Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 5, 1844, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 5, 1844 Page 1
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TH vol. ju, >o. lao-wbou Ho. seoo. To til* Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?daily newrpapsr-pubHxhod every day of the year except New Fear's day and Fourth of July. Price 3 cents per copy?or f7 88 por annuia?postages paid?cash in advance. , . Tut* urtl ift v ul'iiii r> u.hUah?H narv Saturday morning?price Of cent* per copy, or pJ 18 per annum?1 postages oaid, caih in i leanca. , . ADVERTISERS ere iiitormed thet the circulation of the Herald ii over THIRTY THOUSAND, end increasing last ft ha, the largest circulation oj any paper in tkie city, or the world, and it, therefore, the htit channel for hwnne; Ken in the city or country Prices moderato-cash in advance. PRINTING of all kinds executed at the most moderate price, and in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PaoraiKTOH or the Hkhai.o Establishment , Northwest corner of Eulton and Nassau street*. DRAKTSON 1 NGLAND, IRELAND, - -IjeSSijA kc.?Persons ..li-ut remitting money to their 'D ",e '-"d 'loan try ein he supplied *dSSar!assP>at. witli dm Its iu sums o' Xl, ?>, ?3, ?i, ?10, nxMoaltmiSiaskme ?20, fW.XlO'i A1000 or any atnonut, payable on demand, wlhout di'coun^nr any other charge. at the National Sauk nf Ireland Proviuciil UIs do, Messrs Jo's Bait. Hoi. *t>... Backers. L'.n'lou: J Bamed St Co , Ktcliange slid Discount Itr.i k. Liverpool; Eastern , auk ul Scotland; Greenoc* B.-oknis Comi tny; Sir Win. roroes. Hunter Jt t o., Hcotloud; and tie- Ur cukes iu every post tovru throughout kuclai.il, re iajld, Scotland iunt fVaiwi, w ucn ur lts win oc mm iru?i uy the packets nf the 11th. I6lh, 21s;., ami 2?ih, or the Jl< yul vlail steamer sailing from Boston ou the 1st oi Ma , Apply to W. 4i J. T TA^COTT, At their general pass go oifii-c, 13 P"ck s ip, feljrc corner ol South strict N ' ?Alt let'ars from the coni.tTy mint come post rait). ~~.VNFVV YC 'IK. i&rjJJt SCHOGLK * MuuJlTAlN F. A S 'I' O N . ' 8 A VKthe foot of Ooaitlant street. daily [.?u>n. - n<i d.] at 8 o clock, A M , bv Kuilro.id from Jrrvv f Ity to Morriit wn direct, w itnout Chang J of Cxr?from thence bv Post < - irii ? tbran?h HHttw heater, Boh olev's Mountain. Port Golden, IVaihiiig'nri to Fasten. At Washington a dxily line intersects to and Iroin llelvidere. For teals apply to J. HILL, at John Patteu's Commercial Hotel, 73 Gourtlaodt street. N. B.?Fxtraa furuiahed at the shortest notice, by app ying to N.B LU-fc. Morrntown spirt ilni'rc GREAT western rail road route, FKOM ALBANY' TO BUFFALO (325 MILKS) BY KAIL KOAD. The only \ ''Bee in New Yotk established hy the several Kail Koad Coinpan.** betweeu Albany aurt Buffalo is at No. X COUIITLANDT VTKE8 T, JOHN P. CLAK, tfenersd Agent NOTfCB T0lMMIOKANT8. The Sobteribers ha*ing beeu appointed agents for forwardiug lmmig.ai.t3 by Kail 'load from Albany to Busaloaud intermediate 11 'cea are euah'ed to arud them during the Summer from New York to Ulica i'.V $2,06; to Ayracme$2,92, to Auhum $1 36; to Koch iter $1.61 to Buffalo $5 5'l. Childre. from 2 to U yean oid at h -II price; uuder 2 years free; and all Baggage from Albany on the Hail Uuao iienti-ely free. It is evident that it comet much clip*per to the immigrant to trav I by Kail Koad than by Caual. ne reaching Buffalo per v _l_ ?,, I,.;| Una,I r?.,m tlKini' In 19 SrfMmO<>&' I row );ew *yi? ?u? -?- V . V hours; wh rea*, it tak*s per Canal from 9 to 10 daya. 1 he follow >bg calculation shows the result, viz i'assfue t' Buffalo per IUi! Passage 'o Buffalo per CaKosd $5,50 aal, ml y $2,00 iiugirave from N.York to Luggage to Buffalo, 50lbs Albans, lOOIbs fr?-e, bal- fi??e, balance forlUOlbs** 55 Mice lor 1001 bs II Loss of time at least 9 days Log] jige from A lbiiiy to I worth to the laooter, ,ay Buffalo free 50 ceuti per day 4,50 Living Tor 42 honra, uy> 75 Liviug for 10 days, 50 cent, ? per day 5,00 Total per R. Road...$6,43 ? $13,05 Deduct fare per K. ltoad 6,43 The traveller per R. Road ?are? $5,61 They ale? forward passei s r? to Cleiveland, reiUmouth and other place, iu Ohio; Dil'Oit, kc , Michigan; Oreen Bay Milw.'iHie, 6tc WifCousiu Terr fry; Chicago, Illinois; acd to diihie t plac a iu - anada. at the loweat rati',. All information a* to lire ditfereut rour.re given gratis, aud Ticket, to be had only at the Albany aud Bulialo Kail Koad Office ,09 Couitlaudt itn-et. VVOLK k KICKKK3. a|>3 lm*m NEW VOHK AND PHILADELPHIA RA -ROAD LINK DIRECT. Wox N*war*. NiwBRUJtiwicg.FaitrcgToir, Trbrtor, flORBRHTOWR ARD BURLINSTOR. THROUGH IN SIX HOURs. ,"..ee\ mg New Verb daily from the foot of Courtlandt it. Morning Line at i A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at 4Id P. M. The Morning Line proceed, to Borden town, from thence by faumuat to Philadelphia. The Evening Line proceed* direct to Camden (oppo,it, to Philadelphia) without change of ears. Pao-ngrr, will procure their ticket, at the office foot of Courti.'jidt atreet, wliere a eommodlou, steamboat, will be ia readmit,, with baggage crate, on bo;trd. Philadelphia baggage crate* are conveyed from city to city, winout twin* opened by the way Each train i* provided witli tear in which are apartment, and dreuing room, mtprtssly foi she In '.in,' use. Returning, the line* leave Philadelphia from the foot of Wat a! iuwl, bv steamboat to Borden town at 7 o clock, A. M and 07 railroad from Camden, at 6 o'olock, P. M. The liiioa for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at 1% A. M., ant 4 P. M. being a continuation of the linen from New Yorkj9 3m* m SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS. BLOOM 1 NO DALE. MANHATTAN VILLE AND KOIlT WASHINGTON LINE OF STAGES hare to Manhaltanville i?>i centi?Fort Washington U e?nts. 'i'hit Liue will coin. enfe ninni. f 0u Saturday, May 4th. 1141 h -> . ?. a . ? Leav.uK Ylauhattwville, at C o'clock A. M., and continue ruoniuK every hour until 7o'clock P rl Lravng New V ork corner ol Tryuu How aud Cnalliam at, two doori east of the llur.rrn Railroad Office, at 7 o'clock, A. M , and continue run nm* every t our until S P. M Stages leaving purr Waah uct">n for City Hall, 7)a A M and 9<*?. it A, I P M,3)j I tuu 6Ja. Sf-TRia leaving t ity Hall lor hurt Wathiugtou, 9 A. M., ll and 1 P M., 3. 4 and6. 'i hrte St.gea p uoi the lOUtelLed's Hotel.Bumhum'a Man aion House, 'rph.iu Aaylnm and Lunatic Asylum Sucker's Bay. Abbey HcU-1, 1 unity Church CemPtry, llmh Brioge ,o Port Washington. 13 MOOItE. m* tin*rc Proprietor. STATEN ISLAND uMQ /M fieaaac ferry. f < 'vil- OF WHITEHALL STREET. The Stea In v. STATION ISLANUE11. will run a. lollcws on and atn-r .Monday, ekd April, uul.l fa. th-i n'.t ce:? J.eave .New 1 ork. Ltuoe Stuten Island. At 9 At a 11 13 * 1 a: Xflti ic 0 y NjAVAKK AND NEW YORK. FARE ONLY 154- TENTS THE NEW AND S.V1FT KfKAMcR RAINBOW OA l-l'A N JOHN O.s.' I Y, >TJS , Will c?imuie.:< r her tripa lor the on .?? u up Tharsum. aprii 4th.and run until firtl-er in. ' -n* in follows Lt.--.vii g i?e>, ark at 7V? uvl .. k. A M , Mew York 4 o'clock. 1'. M l'h. Kciubow t.as been enlarged, com.'le:?ly r fitted, anu ftda ted 'o l'hi root , and h -Ving a I ' ieca se.l--.iu, ihe e-.i co , [i,r:atiIy eco -.m -dare.. 1.-- ,.dinner oLi-armedKers I ieigne carried at v ?> reaiuuabt; i New York, April 3, 1S14 at tf rc ALBANY DAY LINK. ekeT FOR. ALBANY and Intermediate Lint!C?-l j'.fiaadP "> ? i lie ueu and splrndul steamboat ShmmmmL tlUTH \.MER1C74, Cai taiu M.H 1 rr.i-v drii, mil i vi the foul <>' Bar, lay street, north side, on .Won tuy, ?> ooesdiy <u I Krid y mor..ingt at 7 o'clock ihr M.nlh v. erici v.ill v?i Alb.uy tor N?w Vnrk Tuesday. Ttirr day a il Saturday morning*, at 7 o'clock. Ill .idi ?e, ni i"ly on b aid. a2Hrc PEOPLE'S USE OF STEAMBOATS FUll AL11AN Y. aOk DAILY, Sunday* eicepted?Thiough Di Hi- 41 ' f 'M , 1'iom lh? Steimb al I icr brjfcJmJKSmJKm.wt ii Lourtli.nni anil Liberty itmili ii a.^.iii.: .it IINT Kr.UBOLh Ml, Lactam A. I". Si Jol.n, M. uil y, Wcdi.ca ay ami Kritlay eveniuga, at7. 1 tie -r.r.in oat L.-L'l.'.S Ii?tt, Lain.nu A. Houghton, Oi Tires a , 1 huta.lay ami sat unlay a v in.gt. ai 7. At l> trent-lock?Land' g it lnie,me4 ate Place*: ? Ibe stenuiboat LUllllS PM'K. Laplaio W UPeck Tueadik Thursday and Saturday at 4 P. M 1 lie S'camooat NO'till AMDitiCA, Car'ain K (i (.Tut leu Jen, Mnuday, Wrdu tday, Kritlay and Sunday, at!1 p. M. Pa'teugera taking tli.a line of boat* will arrive iu Albany il ai.r le un.r to o.a>- the Morning Train of Ltr* for the -ml oi wut. b, /? The above It ' t* are r.ew asd aubalautial. are InnioheJ With new and >-w tot Suit Umjihi, am. lor ipe-d and uecout mndat'o. s areinnivalie I on the Mudaon. rnr panaave ur loigtil, apply ou hoa.il, or to P. C. Se.lnihzai theorttceou the whail. a-'Zrc NKW KVKNI sH LINK V'OH ALUANY. At 7 o'clock, from the foot of Barclay tt. North tide. .?i?. ? Til h. N t.W and splendid steamboat Nfc IV JRRKI'.V, (.apt. K. H Kuiry, will comme ce tti ii iifli ifr ' " r gtpar tnpa b tw.a.i New York aud AIbiny. leaving Nrw Y ork on Moudiy the 6tli of May ueit Her reyular di>* from New York wi I be Mondata, YVedietday*, an.i Krnleya; from Alb.i.), Tt etdaya, Ti u sdaya aud Satin, d iya "i. ins sew Jrrio, h a I) en enlarged and rentodd'ed; hei burthen it 70b toj?; tie i* fitted up in the hrtt pnanbla inannrr, and l a* elee. iug ncuninuioditiout lur bHI |<er>on< "he l a* a Imge i.uinlier ol . lift ant it t -room*, al-.rge an I eou modiolus pr> ine. ade derk; her c .bin* are wile, pitei.uve, aud uu, anil and h r La lie*' ea oon In* lire, lug accommodation* lor ino The Limine and U ulc are all Lew 1 lei ilia t of water being nut three r t, the will .ilwvvi be able to cow the 7*r, e i iiotii d tent ion or truitiii, in. u , aud can thn* alwav* de peud npau r*vcliii.g A.bauy in time for the coureyauce* going east a. d west. .a* iMaJiia NEW Y011K, ALBANY AND TltOY STEAMBOAT LINE. FOR ALBANY AND TROY?Morrin* -eJ^Line hr .in the |'?<,t ot Barclay atir?t, laudiua low mediate placea . ii. annuel iKOV, Captain A. Uorham, this morning at 1 ? The awmer TUOY, Captain A. Uorham, Monday m >rnii.K. t 1 o'clock. Eveuing Line fioni the foot of Crnrthudt atreet, direct. 1 'he aieamer \LbAN Y, Caitain K 11. .Maey, thia eveii,n*'he atraiuer SWALLOW, Captain A. McLean, Monday veiling, at 7 o'clock. ..... 1 lie ll.ata ol Ufi* Line, owing to their light drangnt of wa tor, are. bte ?t till tun ? to prai the bara, and r"ach Albany and I roy in ample time to take the morning train ?f cara toi the earner Weal . , Kor p aiaga or Iri ight. apply on bo.i'd, or at the orncea on ihe wliawa, mire NANTUCKET STEAMBOAT NOTICE anwet The Htrainlio.it MASSACIflJ HV.TTH, C^-2rtJ!3?( a t L. Thinney, will leive Coil -art' Hum, font ol Water at net, for Nantucket, t n Haturo i . >i i, till, i. 5 o'clock. Karel.1. . New Ycik, May 2d, 1041. m3 Jt?rc , E N E TO THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC. J*ITI ^ . . -mm* sBSSt ^TTiri PASSENGER ARRJIN GEMENT FOR 184# The Subscribers luring completed their arrangements, are now prepared to briug out passeugets (torn Ureal Biitiin tud I reland by the following first class packet ships, oue of which will lease Liverpool on the 1st, 6th, 11th, ltth, list and llth ol each mouth:? Patrick Heury, New York, Sheridan, Virginia, Liverpool, Camondge, Montezuma, Siddoos, Uro. Washington, Hottiugner, Columbus, United States, Re.scius, Ashbortiin, Enclsnd, Knrope, Steph'uWhitney, Rcchrsrer, ludependenee, Yorkshire. Uarrirk, Hemnel Hick, Qu??u of the West, Osford. Certificates is passage can be obtained, and every information will he given to ihosr sending for their friends, on application at either of our ortie, s. They will alto oe pre nred. 011 the opening of naviratioj, to forward puis-ugets and heir logicige to Alhtuy oud Troy, aud via Eiie Carol to t ntfalo, and nil intermediate places. To al1 ports of th- Upis-r L ikes. V it Oswego to Toronto, Port Hope, Coborg, Kingston, aud all parts of l.anada West. Front 'J'rov via Whitehall to Mon'taal aud Quebec, Canada l* a?t via Ohio Cairnl from Cletveland to Portsmouth, Cincinnati. andi term- 'ia't place* South W- st via i'hd tdelpliia to TiUsburg.Ciuciuniti, Louisville. and all p*Ms 0.1 the Ohio Riser to St L .uis, Mo ; and to all parts ol Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin Territory. REMITTANCES. Yorthe ne< ommod-nioo of person* wishing 'o rend mo:iev to th-ir ftiends in the flit* Country, HAIINUKN Sc CO. will Cive Drafts o any.inrtof Eujt'tu tl, Sce'la'.d or ! iI. nd, payable al tic hi, for mint of ill, ?i, HW, to Jt-'iO? or 111 an, amount to suit the purchaser Ol PICKS AND AOENTS. Chtrles ''raft, 120 Sin e str-et, Boston. B. W, Wheeler. Union liuiliiiug, t rot deuce, R. L J. W. Mil's, 3 Will strn t an 1C From street New York. N. U. How id. 43 S'-uih Third street, I'hilo'lphia Saudlord St Shoemaker, 7 Light stteet, B tltiroore, .%1d. I'ittaburgh, I'm. L.8. Littlejohn. 11 Kk'h.t'ge, Albany N. Y. S Clark, 149 iliver street, Troy, N. Y. Utica, N. f. W. A. Cook. Syracuse, N. V. Rochester, r?. I. W. H.Cook. Buffalo, N. Y. H. Fitzhughk.Co., Oswego, N. Y. mlSec eiRRANOEMKNTS FOR 1UH OLD ESTABLISHED PASSAGE OFFICE. 100 Pint street, coiner of South. ft mT mk THE subscriber begs leave to call tin' attention of lna friends sud tht public in geueral, to the following amugeineuti for 1341, for the purpose of bringing out cabin, 2d cabin, and steerage passengers, by the Regular Line of Liverpool Packets, sail ICR ihe 1st,6th, 11th, Kith 21stand Kith of every month By the Loudon Packets, to sail rem New York, the 1st, 10th and Mth?and frnui London on the 7th, 17th and 27th of each inoutli In connection with the above and for the purpose of affo'ding ?till greater facilities to passengers, the subscriber has establisheia regular line of tirst class New York built, coppred uid c itiper lasleued ships, to sail punctually erory week throughout the year For the accommodation of persons wishing to remitmoney to their I unilies or friends, drafts arv given, payable at sight, on the following Banks, viz Provincial Bank of Ireland, payable at Cork, Limerick, Cloniutl. Londonderry, Sligo, Wezferd, Belfast, Wsterford, Gtlway, Armagh, Athlone, Colerain. Balkna, Tralee, Youghal, Enuiskillen, Ylonaghan, Banbridge, Ballymena, Parsoustown, Downpatrick, Cavan, Lurgan, Omngh, 'JmiRaur.au, Bandon, Ennis, Ballyshanno dtrabone, Skibereeu, Mallow, MoneymoreCootchill, Kilrush, Dublin. Scotland?The City Bank of Glasgow. Englaml?Messrs. Bpooner, Atwood St Co. Bankers, London; R. Murphy, Waterloo Road, Liverpool; payable in every town in Great Britain. For further information (if by letter, post paid,) apply to JOSEPH McMuKRAY, 1U0 I'ine street, cc rner of South V. Y. Or Messrs. P. W. BYRNES St CO, 36 Waterloo Road. j#6rn*rc Liverpool THE NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS m m. m m To sail from New Fork 21st, and from Liverpool Ctnoleucr month. From New York. L pool New Ship LI VERPOOL. 11* tons, \\ June { J. Eldridge I?' a, 0ct , N. ship QUEEN OF THE WEST, i!If" y 1} JJfr J 1210 tons P. Woodhonse. ?'ay $} j&y. \ . 41 1W* 21 A nril t New .hip ROCHESTER,850 tons, J j ? 5; Aajr. C John Bntton SOet'r 31 DecT ( Ship HOTT1NGUER, 1850 ton., \ ^ \\ J IraBnrsely, SNov'r" Jen y ( These substantial, fast sailing, first class ships, alt built in the city of New York, are commanded by inen ol egpenenct and ability, and will be dispatched punctually on the 31st ol such mouth. flTheir cabins ore elegant and commodious, and are famishes with whatever can conduce to the ease and comfort of passeu iters. Trice of passage, SI00. Neither the captains or owuers of these ships will be respon sihle for any parcels or packages sent by theui, unless reguiai bills of lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to WOODHOLXk M1NTURN8, 87 South stre?*t, New York, or to FIELDEN, BROTHERS 8t CO., jU ec l,ivrrp"0 MARSEILLES line of packets. ? I ? ^ The undermentioned sliipt will be regularly dispatched I'roir hence on the 1st, and from Marseilles on tlie 5th of each nsoutl during the vear us follow* from New Fork. Marseilles. MINE RVA.Ctpt. Brown, Dec. 1 Feb. 5 T'tESCOTT, Cant. Myrick, Jan. 1 March 5 H'lty THOMPSON,CaptSyhMter, Feb. 1. April 5 HELLESPONT, Capt. Adams, March I. May 5 CORIOLANUS, Capt. Hailr, April 1. Jnne5 They are all coppered and copper fastened, and have excellent iccommodationt lor passengers. The price of cabin passage will be $100, exclusiTe of winn tnd liquors. Ocous addressed to the agents, BOYD It IIINCKEN. will ne forwarued free of other charges than those actually paia For freiint or 1 .is,, ig, apply to LAWRENCE Ik PHELPS. lOEFront street or to BOYD fc H1NCKEN, Agents, mlfir No 9 Tontine Buildings PASSAGE. FROM OREATBRITA1N AND IRELAND d&ijv BY THE BL\CT< BALL OKOU? LINtMJF" LIVERPOOL PACKETS, f 8 tili?:s; from Livtriioo! on the 7tb and I'Jili of every mouth. J i'li^onv w lolling to ?t.ud it) the Old Country for their friend* iaa rriaku the neciM^r)' arr&uireineut* with tfie subscribe , and l'.iN.lhia?iKm>ll....ll ... ,l?. a 1.11?> r , 11 r nf Parknt. H.lt.iu lom Liverpool Piiudtually on tin' 7th and I9lli of every mouth. They will ilno nave a (irit rate cl.ua of American trading ships, .iling every six days, thereby affording weekly comtntinicaion from that port. Oue of the lirrn (Mr. James D. Roche) is Iirjre, to let- tint they thai I be forwarded with rare and uej.'l.lCll. Should the parties agreed for not cotue out. the tnoucy will returned to those who paid it here, without my redttcioo. Tli" phi a dl, or Old l.iin-of Liverpool Packets, comprise i foil living ir.agniliueut Ships, vir. Ih'OXl'OllI;, The NIV'.V YMl.K, <'AMKl; 1UOK, COLUMJJl .J. e.lj RUI'E H(U TH AMERICA. ENGLAND NOHTH AM til: It A Wish lU'.h nipe.mr and anenuallcd arrangements, tli sol iiibm confidently look forward lor I continuance of thai :I >o:t which hi., been ei tended to them so ituuy years, for whin, hey are grateful. '1 hoae prni eei!i..;d, or remitting m ?iey ro thir relative?, <w? stall in ics o .1, i inalts at ui.tI.' fur any ninouut, drawu dircci in the l oyal JLJ.'I-.U of Inland, Dublin, also on Messrs. FUE8LOTT, UAOTE, AMES !t CO. Hankers, Loudon, vhicli will be paid on demand at any of the Dank?, or theii tranehi-s, in all thi principal towns throughout F'.ngiaud, Ire and, Scotland and Wales. ROCHE. BROTHERS UCO 31 FitUon street New Vork, net! door to the Kullon IS.uik. N. B.?The Ol J Line of Liverpool Packets sail front thn ort for Liverpool on the 1st anil 19th of each month, f'.irtin tturuing to the old country will fiud it to their comfort and (drainage to select this favorite Line for their convv iiice, in nefereiire r.i any other OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKET.a^y Plih SjLI) LINE ol Packets fr Liverpool will herTtlteMie L despatched in the follow ingorSer, excepting that w hen the tailing day fills on buuday. the ships will sail <>n the succeed inir day, vii:? r turn New Kork. From Liverpool l*lie CAMBRIDGE, tJm.a I July lb 810 tuns, a Oct. 1 Nov. Ifi W. C. Barstow.f Feb. I Mar. It. The ENGLAND, (June IS Aug. 1 760 tous, < Oct. IS Dec. I 9. Bartlett.r F eb. 1G April 1 The OXFORD, (July 1 Aug. 16 8u0 tons, < Nov. 1 Dec. 16 J. lUlhbone, I March 1 April IS Dm MON'l K21J.MA, July It Sept. 1 1000 torn, 'Not. itf Jan. 1 A. 11. Lowber, I March IS May 1 Che KUIIOPK, Aug. 1 Sept. IS SIS tona, 0, c. I Jan. IS K. U. Furhrr, f April I May IS Tbe NEW YOHK, (nrvr) (Aug. 10 (Jet. 1 949 toua, < Dec. IS Feb. I T. II. Cropper, fApril 16 Juue I rhe CO LI'MB US, (Sept. I Oct. 16 700 tona, (Jan. 1 Feb. IS (J. A. Cole, (May I June 16 The YOIlKSHlRK, (new) t Sept. 16 Not. 1 1010 tona, (Jan. It Mar. I D. (J. Bailey, f May 10 July I These ahipa are not mrpaaard in point of elegance or comfort in their cabin accommodations, or in their faat sailing (jnaliti.-a by any t'asela in tbe trade. Tbe commander* are well known a* men of character and 4ilieriai.ee, and the strictest attention will alwaya be paid to promotr the comfort and coiiveniri.ee of piaaetigar* Panetnality, aa regards the day of sailing, will be obaerved aa heretofore. The price of passage ontward it now fued at One Hundred Dollars, for which ample store* ol'every deacription will be provided, with the esceptinn of wines and liquor*, which will be furnished by the stewards, if required. Neither til capuin or owners of these ahipa will b# responsible for any letter*, parcala, or package* aent by them nr.leaa regular bills of lading are aigued therefor. For freight or paai.i|e, apply to OOODHUF. It CO,6( South at. 0. H. MARSHALL. 38 Burling alio. N. Y. jJDtf and of BAKING. IIIUITHl.RH It CO.. bWl. ACf. KOH (ILAHUDW?Direct?WithDianstch?The y<jHK first class Packet Ship SALRM, Captain ileirn, will Trill weil known aliip has verr inporior accommodation* for cabin, aecond cabin and ilerrage paaarngera, anu a number of her berths sre already rcgag-d Person* uitrndiug to embark ahould mike iinuiediate application on bojOT. foot ol Pine atreot, or to J AS Mc.VIURRAY, 100 rinf ?t ?*eft corner South. This very snperior vessel will return direct to New York, thna aff irdidg a futility ?eldon to tein tw.lli for peiaont desirous of amdn g for th'ir friendi in the neighborhood ol Glasgow, or the North of Ireland. . _ , Steamers fr.iin Belfast. Londonderry, Port Rush, and ' o'e. raine, ply weekly to Glasgow, at wry moder.te latea hor pasMg*. (Sc., apply u above. ml :wri NEW YORK, SUNDAY NEW LINK OF LIVKHPOOL PACKETS. To Mil iroia New Fork on theaoth nml Liverpool on the 1 lib 01 each month. & m , fntim Nrw Yom*. Ship KOSCIU8, Captain John Calluu, 26th March. Ship 81DDON8, Captain E. C. Cobb, 26th April. Ship SHERIDAN. Captain K. A. Depeyitar. 26th Mar. Ship OARKICK, t apt. U. I. H. Tra.V, 26th June. Fuom Lin.nrooL. Ship SHERIDAN. Captain A. Depeyitar, 11th March. Ship (JARRICK, Captain B. I. H. I'raik, 11th April. Ship R08C1U8, Captain John Collins, 11th May. Ship SllfeONS, Captain E. I}. Cobb, lllh June. These ships are all of the tint cUai. upward* of 1000 toni. built in (tip city <rf New York, with such improvements ai combine trrent i|*c<I witJi unusual comfhri for ptssengers. In very care hut U*u taken in the amnBemeut of their aeconi.nadalious. The price of passage hsuce i* $100, lor which IBM Korea will lie pmvtdM Twi(* ships ire eoinrnauil'il by esperieticed in uteri, who will make every rsertiou to Rive gejeriI satisfaction. Neith-r tlie captains or owitari of tlie ships will be respumi ble for any letters, parcels or patftag.'s ?ent by them, unleai re gtiisr "''ttfUdnn iresiirn"d therefor f or Ireiyht or passage apply to |K. K. COLLINS V. lO,, 66 South it.. New York, or to 1ST <\VN, 9HIPLK.Y St CO., Liverpool. Let ton by the pac.l ,*t? will be clurgnd i?tj cent-, per single h?.*t ; SO eenta per ounce, null newspaper* t ceut each m i rr . K\V Y Oiit;' vN D ! IA \H" !\\ OKET S. Second Line?Tlie Ship* of this line will hereafter leave New 1 York ou the lit, and Havre on the loth of ench mouth, as folj Iowa,viz Kkosj nkw Yoek. KIICM HITBK. | New Ship ONEIDA, t Ut VUrcb. f 10th April. Captain . lit July. < If.th August. J.ini i Knock. r tit NDi.'inner. ( lath Deemiber. Ship BALTIMORE, Cist April i ICth Ma>. Captain < lit August. t 16th SeptvmbblJ Edward Funck. ( lit December, f loth January. Ship C TIC A, i 1st May. 1 16th Jnne Captain ( 1st September c 16th October. Frederick Hewitt, f 1st January, r ICth bniary. NewshipSt. NICHOLAS t let June. tlCthJiily. Captain s 1st October. < 16th November. J- B. Pell. c 'at February, f ICth March. The accommodationi of there shipa are not surpassed. coup biuinR all that may be required for comfort. The price of e.ij bin passage is $I0U. t'asieiiueni will be supplied with erery re quislte with the etceptiou of wines and li luors. Ooods intended for these vessels will he forwarded by the sub cribers, fire from any other than the evpenses actually incurred on them. For freiit^Lor ^ JetS ?c No. 9 TonLee Itnihlina. eor. Wall ami VVateret sjoi IfOlt LIVERPOOL?The New Liue Rrnniar tftSnfV Packet 21st May.?The new and very >perior New fffflfiiY built packet ship QUEEN Oh THE IVICS 1', Capt Thilip Wnodht'uje, 12'n tons onrtlien, will sail as abnvs, her regular day. Kor (reiRht or pass:,Re having elegant acd roomy nrcouimo datioui uustirpa scd by any ship it port, apply to ll e Captain on board, at west side liurlin* slip, or to WOODliULL U MINTURN8, 67 South it. Price of nassajpe ;mn. The pacitei snip Rochester, Capf John fr.ttou, !0J tons burtliea, will *uc< ?d the Quera ot tue West, and sail on ncr regular d.ay. 2'si Jui.e. itilrc GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES AND JEWELRY rpHUSE wlio wish to pnrehase Oulu and Silver Watehm, A (J<dd Chains, (iolil Pencils, Keys, Ac., will find it greatly to their vdv.\ut.w.'e u> C.I1 on the subscriber, who i* telling all descriptions of the above, it ictail tuticti low.-r ih hi any ot house iu the city. Gold Watches ai low us 20 to ?.'> d dlars wicli. Watches and Jewedry ex. h.vuged or bought All Watches warranted to keep good time, or the money returned Watches aud Jewelry repaired iu the beat in.ii.uer, and watranted,Tower than at any oilier place. (J. C. ALLEN, Importer of Watches and Jewelry, Wholesale and retail, 3D Wall sneer, m87 I in ? re llo-nairs. FASHIONS. JVAU3. MAXWELI. salirits a call at her rewly-opened f'-l. French .Millinery Establishment, No 41 Canal ltrret. nea* Broadway, where she has constantly on hand <u elegant assortment ut ths latest and most fashionable aiticles, at the lowest pr.ces. alb 2w*rrc ABBEY HOT Eh. 10~J STREtnT, ULOOVMNUDALE ROAD. KH VAN llENSSe.LA-'.R. Proprietor of the Abbey Ho tel. would return 111 inks to the citizens of New Vors, for , tha liberal patronage liestowso on bis place llie past s-ason. By ; strict atleniiou to the business and wants of his guests, lie hooet I for a continuance of'be same. I To thote who hare not eisit'd the place, he would respectfuli ly say. that a large, tine old niauiiou, supplied with the necesI sarin and luxuries of life?grounds mirurpssved in lucatiou, ; beauty aud loveliness?corep-d with green prus, sweet flowers, I and Bu? shade, with attentive host?wait lueir coming. I Uentleinrn with their families, will And a lew hours well i spent in tlie cool shade of tha old trees of ;6. I Ladies and Children can roam iu |>eice and quiet nrer the ex I tensirr grounds of the place, and be as undisturbed as iu then I owu private walks , Kainflirs or single |iersoos ean obtiiu board and good rcoms > at a fair rate, by applyiug sooa. Individuals or Parties will be | supplied with Breskl ist, Diuuer or .Supper, at all hours. Mr Moore's Stages, running from the Park corner of Chat| fain stmt and Tryon How, near th- Railroad, to Manhattan. ville. pats the ptare every hour of the day?tare !2>j cents, good coaches and careful drivers, make this a cheap and pleaisnt ride, from the beat an.l dual nf ih? rim New York April. 1844 ' alG Imre r R0S6VlLLE.liUAK.UlNG SC11UUL, 6TATEN ISLAND. WWK8TTH0RP mptelfillr info*ms hit friends nod the public that he hu uow *u opening for sevsraI pupils flMtlKIl niltaM MM also mf.lined w. \V. DUkfli 1|I point < f consoien ..e to guard iu rn ry possible way the morals of children coramit.rd to his car#. Rending, wntitig, orthography, aritiimr.lie, geography. a d grammar taught. The lo call o is delightful nud healthy, the orchard, gardens and pi ty irround arc spacious about ten minutes' walk from the landing , 1 lie steamboat Ilaritan leaver Barclay itieet every day at: i o'clock lor Rossville i Terms, for board ar.d tui'ion, including washing, $21 pet , quarter, ps'il n adyaros References: Rev i.and More, Beaten Island. W. N. Seymour, Esq., 4 Chatham square, N. Y. Henry Stewart Seguine, Esq., Btalen Island. Win Ladlum, Esq . 124 Beekman stieet. John (lainii, Esq , 40 Manioc street. I Messrs Colvin Si Fleming, Esqrs , 1G Cedar strert. ('.apt. Edward Eerbr, Eiq., Hicks street, Brooklyn, i Mrs Varhn, 21 Eldridg- street, New York. Kich'o. Mortimer, Esq., 4 Mortimer Buildings, Wall street, | N. V and 82'J Broadway bit IBM FRENCH CHINA. REMOVED TO No. 65 LIBERTY STREETI, (UPSTAIRS.) AilAl.KHMS., Iinpcrterand Agent fer Maaafaetnrers,h ' always on Inud a ltrg assortment of dinner and tea s> is in plain wl'iteand gill French Porce! tin, .is w 'It as uniiier and Deis rt Pi ites, of all sixes, assorted Dishes, Soup Tureeui, Covrred Ois.'tes, 8'lad Bowls, Eruit Baskets, Costards ami Stands. A Is", Fancy Tea Sets, and llich Decorated Dinner Sets | Also, IViaad Chocolate Ware, Ureek, hreccit and Aineri can shape All the articlrs are warranted of the best qnality, aad to h< sold i n li ei il k i tt, and iu tens to suit pmhustl. mrl?Siri*rc MAllTELLE AND UOl-UL'iR.VlANN, 37 MAIDEN LANE, Vf ANIWACTUREK > AND IMPORTERS of Ornwnen t'l ' ! II iir 'm ir , Vigi,'l*i,u|ie-s, (lands. Curls, mv.us, sirl all Ut.ids of II tie Wnikn wh. lot-ale and retail. Si It - Th- trade -up. n-1 on r-aso - ih> tei tos. a 12 lm * nr. 7 IIIDE!',-FXt AND GA~f Sl(, iV TV> I'HillEsr Pltlt ES gtten f. i Hid-s, Eat and C-.il t ."drins, cash eurei'nt money, on delivery, at the H,de ?... ? at II use ol th*-subscriber, wl.err lu'raett. Kill be mad' ap' :m b / the season,or lhehiitli"Stprici .'iven by il.e pound JOHN 11IJNN. fr'. ;,o#re M KitssherhTit I (wsw nlsssgod flogstots I'V'.I. si I L 0? N LOTS, MlLLlN'F.FtY, ?Vc. | . ' l' ! f.( r i V'c.i) A I .1. 1.1 UN'S, 17 w nnwt. aad J 3h Maid* , Lane,? ti lead 1 uwtrtnni* tf CNuLisH BON SE'lVi, re nuttiuK 4.1' aui-.-r Tulr-nt*, line H'ifl odt, \ln*n iJmid, v.c. Sic A'to, an 11 ?a~ mortm * it of i'utca. ? It:S bos*, Sikt, Mow era, wed ollrei article iu tlw mil'i ?i. r iuc Milllm rt and othert are rn.f.r.r I'ly mviic i t* call aod tautiiie ill i tbore l'hr fcingluli I tat* ,u- the draft! aid tail is iIk- mart" t- All the above will lie told at wholesale ot if tail, at 36 Maiden I,al e and 37 John street. J.I, bavin* coaemdod ? trivc tip the above liaaiiift aft-1 the |irei?ut aeaJi id, will "Her inducement* "> th. i* wli m.i. U I plea ed 10 I' ll) ,11111 to be uiet w Itli in an) otner ttorr In tin* city, i *|i3 lm*ec J. LI ON, I i Urrur or Jsitkiiioi Insrfu ?<.?: CoMfavv, f No 36 Wail at, opposite the Ktco tun*. f 'PHIS Coniiiany continues to I mine anaiust U,? and lie 4 ill'.re by kire, on Knods, wire* and merchandire, aud nlmi kKaiatt Ion bv lutMid navigation on lilirll aud llieir cargoes. DIRKCTOKS. Thomat IV Thorr.e, Y. 11 lha Kurxi, Tie ton* 'J'. VVoiidruIf, Autiei Baiter, H K Jtohi a M.U.i Joiepti in ike, Tliompteu t ru e, Joseph A1 en Mote* Tucker, Jj .i t K Holmes, John K. l)avid?')a, John T. Mooiu, John H. l-ee J to R iVhitm*, Caleb C. Tauii, Wm. K Thorn, Kranci? t'. Ha,.e, 'I hum it .Moirell, Johc C. Meri.'tt, Kua ne "nHirt THOM AS W. TOOK Nr., IVeaideut J0K(> T. HOPK : -tr-tery Ml o_ TO MAflUFA iTUKhRS KSD m.ALLKo In WOOLLENS. HENRY MM EON, /"IfJRNVR of I.eight end Waal'.ist. i* ,'reet*, New York k miilier of Cloths,' u?iin, ,ei, > itla u, Ike., reapectfully nform the manOf.iifur -"? and deilr-i in woollen*, that hi* ' tabluhnieut i* n iw in *u c. ?iul peralioii, and that lie it pre n*fed t i *ei at* with pro?piDfvi,a) order* in hit line Uiat may b* confided to tnoi Hiacimeo* of liu wnrkmanabip may t? teen on application to tin iientlfm-u whote ua>Q?a ate anu.Ked and Pi wli .m lie hat I ibe. tr to r ler Orders mar lie left at63 nod 64 I'm* street Ive.KCR.'.Nlk.H. I Wolcott It Hlad*. 61 Pine street. W. ( . l.aunle,', 64 Pine tlreet ' 11 .1 .... I II... Ml ? 'It Nf M..,a U. Uri igliarn. AO I'n.e ?t'*vt H. J Joint k i <> , 12 Pio?atre*t. npS lin?ee

HAT* AN fTc AT,_lj STXII UtfHMENT, 114 \l) AV , (i 'PI'OftlTK ?\IN r PAUL8 ) rPHE 1.V1PROV l-MKNT in ihc mar nlicture of II Al'S, inIredared ny the aubarr.her evrllhi? ipring, (obviating the peniamra and di?pm|H rti< rute we,ring out ot the edge of the crown.) h ivo e ?"- with the iigual at proli it ir>a of the public, tic riwpcvtfrlly ai , maree that m? it ell ie/ul/ and rompltlr, and hat ,ii .oldr 100 to to*ii peculiar adi iinlngr t, hi* II itn.or in ,ill other iw?iti'i?il? i ! i?l to ill allien noiv iq the market. (ientlnnen il*?iriuga combining the qmlitiei ofTiin., 0< rviii.itt, it.il t,i onomt, w II cnmult ilieir mtereat by giving lum a caII. JNO JN. OENIN, 214 Broadway, opp ?ite H.aiut Pial'e Cbnrch. N. II ?Thv oiuaI large and auorted nock of Hate, Lape, tic. Sic., a I with on hat d all! i in "re riEGARS! f KGARS !? L*l 'lie toper i eluht io Iiii bottle ?ud kUii, I m'l * ' It not b p'eanair ?o war Bo1 tiiere'i not III g that e in the nijrivmeut tiirpin, Of a r I Havana Srgar.?The .Smoker 'j Song. SEIX V-t. it h i r?tab:ianm nt, popular a a d. S Maiden L.inr, Howard?a Ilch-I, cniitinoet o receire from hia agent in Ilavani. per neiy aiivaI S g ra of ilia ehoiee i? and moat approved hrant'a t at the market aftrrda. llnatork i o* <n l..ind Cutnpriara a Krea'rr variety th.in i vn be prji ire i at a y tier riinbli-'inier.t in the Cltv, imltding tlie e. |.-l rafd eatra King and (In-en Hcttali.il, No.-.aga, K?iwm t.t Ki rind-, Nnnnii, Tr.iliu a, Piinrijie, and olhera, winch Iv baa uo liaaita'ion in averring aie an; rnor to AO v ever be or* im... it,- 1 Citit-na and stranger! are rejueated tic.iil at No 3 Maiden I Lane, llow.ru'i llo.el, and jndg.1 for lb mielvri. nf lm'rc ORE 1 MORNING, MAY 5, 1844. HOARDING. Mc A T 2T COURTLANDT STREET.?This establishment j\ -** having recently bs-u taken i>n a lease, it now reidy to it rx!T< aiuiir irujiiacu <ir i in 11 li-* wnomay ?un P'rwuoi ? Board, Willi tootloitable apwi tminl*. Kuuuire of Mr*. Cirre, u No. J' Courtlandt atrret. *30 lm#rrc ' BOARD. * nL^ASANT ROOMS, Willi Board, cin tie obtained at Nb. * A 3 Wooiter *trerl. The bon*e and furniture are new, the location rfemirnble, and the term* r-asuuah * ap27 2w*m pri DR. r>. W. MOORE, wii HAS REMOVKD from hi* lete ii-*idence, S3I Broadway corner ( I Spring *tie?t. to No. 767 Broadway, ot e door I'*low the corner of Ninth timet. ml lwknt " " REMOVAL. Vo; DTI J 11KINE hn i?movfd to 20 Cuw itrwt, bfttwfm ftJ1' Chatham ii.l i'vu're strict*, whrjre he c?>i>tiuuf*s to tc con- , ^ " ultPil on th -various trvuc.m of hit profi-ssiou, iu hit native i|)p (th< Owniin) or Kogluh lai III i mt ln*ra Iter* REMOVAL. " to" rpHOM V I WARNKK, Attorney and Conmeller at Law, I 'Pu A h vi removed hi* office to No. II City flail PLce, corner ?"? ' of OUB6 iM eptl Im^ec pill fpHE B8( RIBER h*ei g removed from hit old itond A No. 1 Houth V* iUiaui*tr*?ct. to No. 44 William *t eet. re- n 11 turns his ?i?cere?t th mk? t ? hi* liberal Cditom*rs.tu>d to^s th^ir ''O 1 lurther rntrona^r in hit ne// st- re, aa he will ' Iwai s Weep tV?i- bur l ot'H-t?aoa and Principe bVgui. He would Hth*iam? tune iuforia the public that h? ha* no connection with hi? old 4 plaC-i. J. liANrt, ml 3t*rc Impart* rend Dealer iu Havana Seicin. ) FORMATION W '\."'T't o.lr ?l OMInlif. M.lSON, a ' !,T'"1 I- young it:an, no apprentice on bored of t.,e Bri:i?h bariiue to Ktnigrant, (ir&utled in Mobile Bav in thefa'l of 1819. Itii ,, . eppotad lie i* u nv eoff tu-d a* Clerk iu nonettore in Mcbi!?, I / or tu *iinie village in the State of Alabama. A line addre?"d j . in c-ir of Roche, Brother* St Co., of New York. for Captain | John IVtrie, nf *hip Helen Thornton, ? ill l ave utiict attmtii u, j the a*hia relations ate te.> . u;t . tr from him. Ml B , THREE . NDRED DOLLARS REWARD. Zf H'HK OI' l' K K and Store of the subscriber* ^o 22 Bearer A street, wa* broken open on lli? nuht of the 30th April, or 110! earlf IU the momma of the firit of >Iny, an' ahont $3,00u worm of i oi i ei Jirouae .tulrii tlirrrfroin. I be Bronze wo tti'l *t| Coue up in packnie* of oue pound rach, which were tubditided into sateen turn, of an ounce each ; each ouuoe done tip in a hlae paper, ai.d ueeriyall of tl ein marked with a |i.*irate ttHri intr J lie ouaiinty at'den wa* about lour or five huudred pound* weight. nit' It i* piueumed that the robber c.irci il'd lit 'self in thn itoio nntil after tltetaine .m closed, and then broke the otlioa ??*?.??? IMOWd th* pmunT by the back eutiance to til' p?|p store in Marketiield Hreet The alio ve r* ward will be (iven for auy mfoiination that may lean to the conviction I the thief gol liuil in" recovny (11 UP" propeity, nun IU lircpnrilr.u thrlr.il, lor such uinjunl .11 inly be recovered Any ntlier mloim.uiou ill ' rrgatd lo any Bronze, that may be sold or offered for tale in i Q( tin* or t * neighboring cil ei, or iu regard to any |ier*on coming out of the premise* in .Maiketlield street after six o'clock oa " tl the evening of the 3lKii April, will be ihaukuilly received. koZELT k CO.. wa myt lw*m 91 John s'rte,, Mew Yo It. |11U "IJENTLEMENVS FURNISHING Si'URE, 09 MAIDEN LANE. /"tONnTANTLY on liai.d, a (J-i.rral A?*oitin 'lit ol READY a-' M.\DE CLOTII1NIS, of all d scriptmu*. Shirt t made t>. order I'er the latest and most n' proved punch palter.*, at sh-rt uo'ice l'e"a.<iia furnishing their ( w i Materia!* can have cloth ug of all d acriptiou* mid.' Bp in the beat style, at the lolLwmg low prior*, via s? , h roc* and Dress Costs made and trimmed, from $8tn4|u Pauialuous and Veal* " 41 Hi to 4i 73 ?j Hon hern Older* ?ie;u:ed et short notice ml Im'ee WM COLLINS. L*ei CHOICE HAVANA SEUAKS l'rt IViR. JOHN J. TtYLUIl will s.-ll ,t Auciou through D. l'J. C. St II. PELL St co ,on Thurtiny, May 9 at in o'clock A. M , in the store No. Uj Will jlr. et, nu entire invoice ol very cm superior Havana 8egar*,cutit>ed to debe. tu ?. nnporied i "i *!ii|< Wolga. consisting or VI.(MO KefilU, Panste i.. and tlv" gsn - aflt ral aaaortmriii ol n escriplion exactly iniled for llrat ?i*;s lio- , tela and the reiail traie. in I it*euilrc 'r't RICH FANCY AND STAPLE URESd ^tr: ARTICLES. 1 THE SUBSCRIBERS have rtceired, per late arrivals from _ Pari* and Luudou, ?u aa.oitmrut of rich and beautiful ?" spring and sninuer Cruvats, Scarf*. Ulove*, Sic., Sic., and in- 2(11 vite the alteutioii of their p .irous, and strangers visiting tin* City, to their varied and eiteiisive assorliueutuf Hcarf* Cravat*, I Ulovsi, Htnpenders, Riding uid Money Belt*,Pocket Handkerchiefs, Crave! Sliifeueis, Night Caps, Hosiery, I'ursrs, Linen u"( Collar* and Dress Fronts, Dre?*iug and Parlor Kobe*, Stock* we and Ciavat Storks in * oat variety.lamhswool, merino, fl tnnrl, . cotton. I.ueu and silk Undershirt* and Uneven. Umbrellas, frit Canes Itc . Sic. , Theiubseribers summer fashion* of linen aud miulin Shirts will be fonud well deserving the aiteution ol gentlemen who Qo ' desire to teplenish their wardrobes. As particular attention is bestowed on this branch ol the sabsrrihers bus uess, not only as in making np the article with due utiruti >u to its strength uiul ..... durability, but iu the neatness of the tiuish and superiority ol th" fit, geutlenieu may depend on l* mg suited with any of the we above articles of a superior nn day uud at lair and ho reasonable prices, by Calling nt the o'd establishment of W( 237 Broadway corner of Park Place. Parsells St Agate would particularly call the attention 01 all "1 persons vs ho have acquired (lie habit of stoopniKpo their Patent ' r/aatic Shoulder Brace. Thi? article is intended to brace the .1 shoulders itrxiiKlhra the back and expand the chest. Hiving "" ' free action to the lungs, aud will be found of immense beueQt no to all persons of atudioua and sedentary lutbita. K,i< *A l'i-eod*ec j "PATENT ELASTIC SIKH LDER PEACE."" TTHE superiority of this liract over all others ruanulaclured. i.., A ia acknowledged by all who use th< m, and the extent ve , demand for the article during the pat> year is a sufficient guar- I1'*' antee of their utility. 'I hit article it intruded to brace the sill i thnuldert, atreuKthen the back, aud expand the cheat, giving fro ' trre action to the lun|ts;aud being firmed with au elastic rack, . will be louud of no impediment to the free ittr ot the ar m. 1?' Patents and guardi-tni are particularly requested ta examine H\)i this article, aa it will be louud of immense benefit to children (,n I of either sex who have acquired the habit of stooping, and in- r... disieuatb'e to all iiereont of studious or sode tary habits. 11 r I'bit brace it inanulactuied under the immediate ma;ertion of BC Mr. Partrllt, wbo li.tt been engaged lor ihe lastiiiteen jrara iu : mtuufacroriuu different articles lor the nine purpose, and cow ij confidently oners the Patent Llastic llrace aa luperior to any ., article ever brouitbt under hia observation. u 'I he above named article* are mauulacturad, and may lie ux obtained vehule-ale or ret dial the oid establishineul of PAH- |>o 8KLL8 k AUAPK,2j7 Broadway, c irurr of Park Place go< P k A. continue the manolaetuie of their tuperioi article #p the Klastic hiding Belt The superiority of this article en..- ,i " , sist in its iicroct .idabtatioa to the form oflhe wn-rer, its ease. , lightness and durability. ullmiod'M " FOR SALK-BAKOL'CHK"II VIINKSS & HOHMKS.- ,?r O A sub.it in'.i&l, well built, low I! image, fix two | ffi A1 11.<s be-n MM two aum t.ert with car-. Thl ' / .a?'11 rt.es aie,i Rood psosf tvk Wfkfs WillII sisil or noutile ha'ti-'ss, sound, kinl and u-title. They wrl be t Id t0 1 .-..toge her or parate, as may nit best. nth AI o?A strong built leather lopped VVAIIUN, buih to order, ma with drsw front lor one or two horses; will seat two or lour; with pole and thif s if desired All uble llarnets tvi I be snlu i wilir.. Korfurther iuforimtioo,apply at 300 Mulberry street, or address a line to Z X this office iu3 3t*ic ',r COUNTRY STOREKEEPERS, PEDLARS, its AND FAMILIES, "1" VI1K supplied at rx r-atrly lowiii,e<B, -.villi I'.tLK \ r I,- h?1 I <t\V -HiAP *or fi ?ily us -. Altnond iso.e, Windsor fiet and all kiiul; of Fancy Soap. Barbers a e tup; lied with the s|k best known tain vug ? p, a d tu h oiler ;e.tun.ery as lb-'v ()1 require, lower than rati be li. I slsewbr e.. h.u.e?en for tie I tan k-rchief, Live.i let Wao r, Oil i, I'oma unit Tuile'i- 'f Powd ri I'nr th triwne.i.nil Cr sin tics, Sie .t Bags, nnd tin eery d erip'ion aid style of perfumery. Jol.m. u k Vro . n dai ib- rote th if skill and .infinity pnsinialiy to I n n millV mr till ot -ji -q t e - nomicilsoa s and o.-rlou. ry, ami pr-de*s m :.e|| j cbesp i a tli-ir Sup Works and i.aboralny, 79 Pitney Pi if, , I it inter st'ert, thin uy < th- r bm.e in the c nutry can do .. Call and eiawiiie before vrnt purchase 8U VI' WOhK?, 73 Trinity Place, rr-2 lin'rc Bear Hector St re, t (jri CLMJiNh TEAS, ?"! WI!( L,:;iiALi: AND KL.TAIL. Til K C A .V TO N TE A C O M I> A N Y, wii PRINCIPAL 9'1'OUh: 131 C HA l HAM .-.J'., N. Y C(" it; j/ic/i S',iyi ,,.1H Lll, ick*i *lrrct. Ann Yoik. ?'?l 'imint Urf l, near SiiJJolk, 1 I Oitenwich, near Full on. ol H'i Fid''jii \tntt, Hiuulilyn. c.ic lisp, Corver p* Mcittr u:id Hotitnn itnrl, P.itti: fin, AT. J, "" Ai-l t.'? A'mi ft Fifth til'It, Phiindrlphia. ol fWtTK. TH ATl'KN i I NOKi.lli vNI) COUV- oil I J"! IV KAMILIK4 AV|) I'UIt' II ASKHS to i It- r ?-\rr I pit'V.iliilimi nU, wh?ra they th iik will be found by Pit the best an i-Ictloila (>rlitre and iindnlti ratrd Te.ia in t''p Ouilrl S.nten , The uiiiverml popnlaiity and renown of their ho i a* with rele.eiic- to high 'in :litie?, low pnere aid uptight tinting, it fil^ ' to w?II nnd?iatoid to render further cnmui'iita uei e aa-y. Original and only Warrhooiea for the aale ol ilowuuna lil.ick till IV i. 'Obaervr ! !Htnuig-rj will be particular to remember tin he nninbor of the prinei: ai at ire in Ch itharn a rret, viz : Wl, c., between t'rirl and Koaevek iirrru, I'he pab'ic will alio be J.,( |d?aird to lakenotic*, thai the < niton i'at Ocrnirtuy lute uo thing to do Willi any other aloiea rtc.pt those Ce-eritsJ at the cu' op ?f ihia advert a orient. aptt Sb'W i WINES AND I.KiUOHS urn OKLLINU AT I'.KIH CKU PRICKS?1 lir s-b.cril-ra oh n r k' iriK to rciiie from tiaaineaa oil id uut cf ill hr? th.nllVra lor r, i ruiire stock of old BHANOIICll Wl VblSaud Lcjn <ra at i t at rill The r palatini'. which hia hooa -b a meiutiinrd !o, oiv i <? s, nlfars a rata chance ro an v person wiatinut to m. co' ,n in the bimiuats. icIErly topi.cation aliould lie mole. i I If lm*ae h AHiVAUD. WH An" 'r . ,, , DKVCHEB?iii barrels DiM reaches, ftf ?a ei ,i riali ; > I by K. K COLLI as ? CO , ,i . in/ 3 re iti S lOthatrrt. "" rl,WINr.?Hub oaies t*einc Hernogttld ' iliiitTaiiM, lind ,~j?Vl'.'sfo" aaU*by ' "'"Tr-WCis"* ' 'I mi Jtrc i# Sooth itw oil ITIOI'LV IMHUKTANT.?A* llw teno n if f*?'approach' I 1 in f r the brd bum to attain COmmeuC- ( cir l>ppdR i honi, it n hishly iier.eatare, in order t i prerml th?tr at i>> ,r- Kir nice, that a rrmedr tlionld tooa b# appii"d. and inure art.cn the urly m tin* firitof Ma- in ?o ne.ir't Iv.tid, wicu peupl", mom or b'??. arc r"ino?inir from one tioiuc to another subjecting . thr-n, in many instances, to be overrun with this specie* of ver- . '' mi wn By the n'.c ofthn pnwdere I preparation, wlieh can >* mia'd the a itii lh<' paint < r whilewa-h, anil then api'liril to the ? alia, vie the c i< a ceitainty of preventing their appeaifc-. 1, jt sum- ^ inr, i.i n hotel*, prra'e hou??-t, en steamboats, by the ... t in ly application ol thi? pmventue, urd at above, antcee I <1 in clnri. a Ir on the premises, lor the whole acajou, all api>eartnc*tofled baft Am '1 hi li ,u >r, which it intended lor bedaten lf, kc , and where fan th" powder if not applicable, i* alio certain to accomplish the anc nhj?:t. In no initaooe. wi.?n properly a; i Ivd, will i tail ol n|? anfff't riuK the porimae, and ofteti one application i* tiifli-ieat . for the lummer. Many hundred ho'ilea were di?posed of laat , y?ar, and not nte complaint has evri b?ni made that it did not peif irm all it w?? reprea< nled to do. T Aim, may he obtained, a certain and rafe e?trminiter for >lr>a ran. inot", c .ckmachei, aud ants, which it Man warranted to ju (] prove effectual in their total destruction; likewise thecele ' nrated Hy l'ai?r. The Patohoully t'omponnd ia warranted to diapcl anddcatroy '' the matin in wnolle: a, i'tlta, II time's, hair fea'.iuif, carpels, kc. ihr kc. kc. 'I, : Alan, th" f'nnipoiind <'h?ini*al While Oil Soap, a anre pro- |,av tectum agonal tie attarka of all descriptions o' niarcts on treef, . . lliwera, plants. kc.; all of which, with atecific direction* for . ure, are lor tale hy y BKLKWISViryCHTWANOh.il. h >' i 60 M lid i ; iia and 21 I.ih-ritra- ae.e P.H ?Superior Lcr.hai mid a wr I aumtmcnt ol Unto* S >i.?l (-hrmicala, K?tr*et ol l.ngwoo I, Sir , in all t|omir in, lar ? i, i I r.l.r.ip i!8 linaoI'Miw'm ^ nltlW TUrt' >N~ KltOM III 1,1, (Kiul, n. ign?r? p*rthi? t?m*1 aw ttayhy noli 'n>d, hi>L alf i? now ,.,i . il jrli irgniK h kIm , in i il o.ili r f mr nl Dovar alr. 'f, K. II . All unoilj nol |< ru.l"*d m ill nil r mil till V ||? ?? t in pob'ic " tor* WOUU.ILLUk M|M I UUNsI r'" ? 1W? r Booth trie I* ?vt IERA letlitg of Colore*! Citizen* of New York, ! lew Jersey, Williamsburg, nnd Brooklyn, j 0 denounce John C. Calhoun and the s Southern Hlave-Holdcr*? ttxtraoi-dtiinry 'roceedlngs. 1 numerous meeting of the "Ethiopian," free i 1 1 adopted citizens of New York, took plage on day evening, and was convened in compliance ' i h tfie following curious notice signed by three I n of color:? 6 A meeting of the colored citizens ot the city of New U will lie held in /iou's Church, corner ol Church t Leonard streets, on Friday evening, 8d last,, alt past 7 o'clock, to receive the report of the committee ointed to examine and refute the calumnin recently ut- j id by John C. Calhoun, 8eci"tary of State, in a letter tie ltiglit Honoratilc diehard Pukenham. Kelloiv ( itis ! will you tuiller yourselves te tie branded by a iled tlavtholdtr, as being ' invuriuldy sunk into vice anil ' purism, accompanied by the liodily und menial inllicis incident thereto, Sic. Sic ,' without a muim'ir? bout a denial ? Then let every man and woman attend, 3 masse The colored citizens of Ilrooklyn, Williams gh, and Newark, u,e respectfully invited to attend.' (t b o'clock the church (which is a neat and 3 iple edifice) was crowded to excess with "the itlcmen of color," and the galleries were filled ? overflowing with the choicest specimens of the air portion of creation," who seemed much inested in the emancipation of their " sable" bro- 1 rs of the .South. On the front seut, sat the veri!e "Miss Lucy Lo.nc" herself, exercising a toft- 1 ng influence by her presence upon the deiiberuis ol her brother "darkies," and occasionally ...... i i... .i i ... i inutmit, me ocuuuicuia uuriru ity uic Biicuitnr*. * is Lucy seemed the moving spirit of tlie entire " embly and "took her time" to evince the lively a sreet she felt in the result of this first "exclu- ^ e" meeting of colored citizens in N'ew York ? e was dressed in the height of fashion, sported a d watch and pencil cuse, and sat in the front seat ( the aisle of the church, the unsophisticated ein- ? liment of ull the charms and graces ol the * usky Venus of Afric's clinte." Tlie meeting ? s duly organized by the appointment of the fol- ? ring officersJ William A. Trios, President. i: vick P*>.iii)enti. 1 V D Video llobt. Hamilton, li T. O. Campbell, John Peteraoii, t; Rev. Win. If llitbop. \ stcketarie*. c Patriot If Iteanon, John J. Tuille. p ffter the meeting was organized V rhe llev. Hk.nky II. Gahjiktt, a colored mem- t| , opened with u i>rayer?invoking the aid of 11 evidence to advance the interests of the slaves, 1 enable them to escape the misery and perse- tl ion which they were so long doomed to suffer, ' 1 imploring the universal assistance of every ? :nd of freedom and humanity to enable them to !' ike off the shackles of the slaves. ti Ie then read a chapter from the Bible, ns the J1 ipel of the day, taking his text from xvii. chap, g 1 Book of Samuel. Jr. Smith, a man of color, here came torward, t 1 after explaining the objects of the meeting, r nt on to say, that he met, a few evenings ago, a 1 ?nd in Dunne street, who asked him if the to- t ed people of New York intended to denounce " Ihmiii- tn whipli h#' rrnlipfi thnt fhpviIiH nwl- hut Calhoun hud told falsehoods about them, they c re determined to refute them. The falsehoods 8 re brooded about, and the letter in which Gal- j un had uttered it was copied almost word lor , ird Irom Senator Walker's letter, which appear- t in the "Nkw York Herald." (Loud cnes of t tab, boo, pooh, de datn feller." t l'he Ciiaiiuian here interfered, und requested ' ; "gentlemen" who were disposed to inteirupt, 1 t to show their feelings for or against by any ' h noises. Dr. Smith continued, and after reviewing the K rstion of slavery in the South, and drawing a j rrifying picture of the institution, went on to ex- u .in the nature of the correspondence on the t iject of the annexation ol Texas, which drew mi Mr. Calhoun the letter of which the free co- j ed people of the North complained. Tile ' uker read the letter at length und commented j i it as he went along in a strain of severe remark, j ;ie portion of the letter which come in lor the verest touches, were the following: ? So lung si (ireat Britain eonfiueil her policy to tho aboIon of slavery in litir own possessions and colonies, no er country had u rignt to complain. It belong) >1 to her clusivety to determine, according to her own views of licy, whether it should lie done or not Put when she es beyoad, and avows it as hur settled policy, and the ject of tier constant xeitions, to abob>l i! thiungnoul i world, she muRes it the duly ol all other eriuiitri< lose sulety or prosperity may lie endangered by hoi po- i y, to a.topt such incdwurcs a> they may deem necssiury < their protection. I t is with still deeper concern the President reg mis the uv si ol Lord Aberdeen, cl the desire of < treat Britain I see slavery abolished in Texas: anil, as he infers, ih t ieavoring, thiougn her diplomacy, to accomplish it, by ! king the aliolition of slavery one ol the conditions on lich Mexico should acknowledge her independence. It < confirmed his pre vious impres?iouR us to the policy ol eat Britain in reference to Ti > as, and made it Infinity examine with much care and solicitude wiiat w oubl In effects on the prosperity and safety of the t ni ec'Suie , mid she succeed in her endeavors. The invt ligation s resulted in the settled conviction that it would tin il.l lit lor Texas, in her actual condition, to resist what s desires, without supposing the influence and <i tioi.i (ireat Britain would lie < Mended br.youd the limits a ied by I ,oi d Aberdeen, and tlial if Texas could not re i t consummation of the object ol her desire, would e:.- ( uger tiotli ttie safety and prosperity ofthe Union. I'ndi r s conviction, it is felt to lie the imperious duty ol the li ra! government, the common repiesentative and pro- ( dor ol the States ol the I niun, to Hilopt, hi sell defence, i most effectual measures to defeat it. ( t his is not tins proper occasion to state at large the , minis of this conviction. It is xutiicieut to say, that j : consummation of the avowed object of her wishes in ( ereucu to'J exas would he followed by hostile h idings I 11 lath in 1" tw eon that country and the United States, iich conl I rot fail to place her under the influent e and itiol .il (Ireat Britain. l'he number ot donf and dumb, blind, idiots and insane, the negroes in the States thnt have changed tlx' an. Hit relation between the races, is one out ol every lety-tix ; while in the States adhering to it, it is one out every six hundred and seventy two?that is, seven to < in t.ivor of the I itt< r, as compared w it It lite forim r. The number of whites, ilea and dumb, blind, idiots, d insane, ill the States that have changed tho relation one in every Ave hundred and ?ixty.one ; bring m arl) I [ to one ngajrin ion hit marks in me s.iinr muic*. 1 I'll"- niiniCi'riif nrgroc" who are deaf and iliimti, Mind, ! nt*, anil iimano, limpet*, mid in | ri"on. in the Stalea I it have changed, in one out of every aix ; an! in the ilea tlmt liave not, one out of everyone hundrel end i y four; or twenty-two to one ugainat the former, la ' opaied w ilh thu latter. | faking the two cxticinea of Voitli and South in the ite of Maine, the liUinlmr of negmea returned aa deaf 1 dumb, Mind, iuanue and idiot*, liv the cenaua of : - In, me out of every twelve ; and in Florida, hy the mine urna, i-one out of every eleven hundred and five; or V lety-two to one in lavor of the alavea of l ioiidi, ua " iiparod witli the free bl.icki of Maine x \it<-r commenting ui further length, with can-die ferity, on the "lalio-huodn" contained in the x ter, the following rnemnriul whs read and ( up.ed: ? I llir Ilmnora/ilr, Ihr Smith "J the t'niteil Slain, in Cot.- 1 gr* ti Jltttimhlt H. rhe memorial ol the un h-raigtied, free colored citi/ona I ho city and county ol New t otk, ri n(ie cttwily abowetli t t i Vhrrenn, in n letter, olilreaaed to the Itight Hon , thard rakenlmm, h-: , (bearing data A pi il lath, Isii) ( lion. John < ulhoun, Secretary of State far tlieae ited State", aaitli, irat, " That in the Htatof which have changed their nei relation", (the State* which liave emancipated t ir alavea, meaning,) the African race liaa atink Into , f and pauperiam." fondly, And that tliia " vice and pauperiam" are conip iwic I hy the hodily and mental tifflu-lit n< inci- v t thereto ? dcifnei*. hlindneaa, inaanity and idiocy ' I I that " the number ol deal. dumb, blind, idiot* Mid ill 1! t if the negroe* in the S-ate* wliicli have cliange I (> ient relation lirtween tin; race*. in one out or every fly-- ix " And, that," In the State of Main# the nnr> '' ol negroe* returned ? deaf, dtimh. Mind, imam- an.! " <*, hy iht: ceiimi of I vto, is one nut ofer ,-i y t* eIve " f hirdly, " And that tin* number uf le groc*. who are I and dumb, bliii'l, idiots.iiisann, ptuper* and in pn? .11 (j he State* that have changed (the free Stattu meaning.) (( Mpatitmttilx* ourthly, While in all other State* that have ir'nined (. ancient relation-, (the ulnve Stat. ?, meaning) bet ween m, (the race* meaning) " tlicy (the ?lave* meaning) 0 improved grea'ly In evvry re?|a-ct, in number, Corn f( , intelligence and moral* \ nd whereat, in reg ir 1 '0 thee allegation., irat, \ out ntrtnon.ilati l.ave gteai re eon to doubt tin- | tirucy Of the (lr.t ; t.ecntlie, , econdly, It appear* in regard to the re ond allega'Jnn, t| Ich la ite particular proof "t the lirat that in an e*a- | lalion of tne cen*'i? oflHIO.lt i* found to he *elf.conIirtory ; to wit m averting the existence ol Iree color- (, ocraun* in? ine, blind, deal ami dumb, in certain town* he free State*, in which town*, it appear* hy the inme uaullntf, there are no free colored pertona v. ha'- ' r of any condition' a / " LD. "?! ? ?w? CtnUi Of a f St Rf*r,ii dumb. town* containing no colored ; there aiu rc|>oit?d ^ 1 4 New H*MP?MI8K. 1 town* coiituiiiir.jj no colored, thei-J arc reported ! ' 0 * V*&Me*r. tow ns coiituinir.tr t.oiulored; there arc revolted 2 f I MaSSACHLSS IT*. tow in containing uo colored , thcra ara reported 1* 1 0 town Worcester, the white insane bt the Aa> linn art; roturned as col'd, 113 0 0 Nxw Vopk. 9 towns containing no colored: there are repotted 2V * Pi TUtTl.TANI V. 1 towur containing no colored; there arc reported jo 0 0 Ohio. 3 towns containing no colored; there lire reported la V 0 Iain am. towns containing no colored; them are reported S 9 7 Im.iaou. I towns containing no colored, there are reported Id o S MiCHtoAa. 13 towns containing no colored; there are rcportad 13 *2 # Iowa. town containing no colored ; there are reported. 3 0 I CtVd l)raj 4* Showing, Insane. Blind dumb. 'otal colored inhubitants. .000 108 38 38 y the sumo census, it apjawrsthat in the nltovc, and other towns in the tree States, there if .n excess of colored ins.mo over colored residents.. 313 ,rror in the return of colored for white insane at Worcester, Mass 133 Total 328 The whole numbrr of colored insane, in the free States, eing stated to tie 1199 liy the census oi U40 ; if from this lumber we deduct the 340 show n to he not colored perons, there remains H43 colored insane in the free Stutes, r one in nliout 200. which your memorialists are satisfied s greatly beyond the uetuul proiiortiou ; because, so lar s your memorialists have been utile to ascertain, the proportion of the insane among the fire colored, is not great r than among the white population ol the Iree States. It t stated lor example, by Dr. the physician of tho una tic asylum ot the State of Maiae, that there are not ve colored lunatics or insane in that .-tutu hi the lunaic asylum at Blackwell's Island, in the bounty of New ork, there aie hut 17 colored insane, or about I to 1000 clonal iiihahitantH ol this county. In 18.77, the lame proortiou existed in the tree colored population ol I'hiludelbia. In regard to tlio ileal, dumb nnd blind, it will be seen tut the census is likewise svlt-cuntradictory, inserting iat there are 74 free colored alUicted with these ditpeurtions, in towns which contain no colored inhabitants. Thirdly, lu regard to the third allegation, which sui rta tat one in every six ol the free colored in the free Mates re either " deaf, dumb, hliad, insane. or in priion or t other words, that there are :mi,uOO lire colored support 1 at the public charge iii the free .States, your memorialts humbly think that they have luruished, in ansuerto lie second allegation, m their lit facts to disprove the enire accuracy of this astouuding assertion. And your me[lorialists further believe that the tame errors have crept utothe census and other documents based thereon, in re;ard to tiio pauperism of the free colored, as they have hown to have crept into the census in regard to the inane, tkc. ('.specially when your memorialists know, from he books ol the alms houses of New York aud I'hiladrlihia, there are in these places one colons) pauper to about (HI of the colored population, a proportion which it about lie same as the paupeiism ol the free white citimit of bene cities ; and as these cities contain .70,06u or one ixth part of the entire colored population of the free itutes ; and as it is known that the proportion of pauper* n this as well as all other classes is greatest in large ities, it is fair inlerence that the third allegation, at it s-t o much of it at relates to pauperism, cannot be accurate. powrthly, lu relation to the tourlh allegation, which is n substance, that the slaves have improved in morals inellig i nce, comfoit, ami number?reversing the order of he items, your mentoriallsts would observe, that the naural increase of the slaves (which is greater than the neural increase of the whites is of tho lrrc colored) is a neasiiic of their relative fecundity not ol their relative -onditiun Whilst the percentuge ol longevity, and the atio of mortality, which are tests ol relative condition, ire giearly in lavor of the tree colored, the mure rt motely hey may be removed in time from slavery. Kur the laves who live beyond ,"fi years are only 16 40 |>er ceat. 'ree colored in the free States x\ bo live beyond .76 years ire 'li (Is, showing a balance of 7 13 per cent in lavor of be condition of the free color ed. In the cities of New York and Philadelphia, (bytheei'y nspector's repoits.) it appears thul u joint j?.| iiI."it,i* ot 17,(m ti free colored have uitninii lied th< ir intm of m< rtali;y from 1 in 17 in Philadelphia. iml 1 n 21 in New Yoik, in 1H20 ; to I in 4", iti 'ot'u i laces in ! 11 lieina a distinct improvement iu r?infiit?n ?>t ?t least Ibo | > < tit in 21 years'. '1 hero are no recoidsof th t mortality ..incog tha slaves I In regard to ?ntriligoifr. 'litre are ,n the lrie H? < s. to a population ol 170,000 free r cloud prisons, COO chili!ren ol n-i aire o go to school in one school to every 034 children, in addition to - large number of chihiien n'teiidiiig w(lite schools, and ,'i utiiiihor of colored r'.ulents who are pursuing the:-studies at tfberiin \V> -b rn Tlieoh'ificiil heaiinai > |aud Durttr.ou'Ii Colli g* ; whilst lie cilildien (.1 slave an- foil),Men to he (-light to read, under heavy penalties, in ti e hfafr?' wl Ich hare not ;banned riier atirirnl t ilutiont- thaih being the penally tor lie si cond otletice In regard to morals, believing that religion is the only iaais ol sound morals, your memorialists would itatrtliat here are to tlio 170,000 free coljred people of the hee Mates? Cht'rc Ae?. Indepiinient Methodists, 2 liuptist Association, 2 Methodist 2-t Daptist, l.'i Presbyterian and l.'ongiegatioiial I) Kplscopal . 0 1,mhci.in I Total 319 Making about one church to every .7-13 ot the Iree colored of the tree (Mates. At the fame time, granting that ail the chun lies in tint South an* promiscuously attended by ilm -laves and whites, it appears, taking the eleven cities of llaltimore, iticlimoiid, i etembnrgh, Va , Norfolk,' hsrle*. [on, Savannah, Mobile, .V w Orleans, Louisville, sr. Louis and Washington, with a total population, of all Manes, of Still,900 ; these cities contain only l(>7 churches, rone chuich to every 2,101 inhabitants; from which It follow s. that tlie free colored people of the Notth have a greaternumber of churches, by nearly fourfold, than have the entire population of these slave holding cities. There are also 3to benevolent societies ; and seven newspaper* are printed by the free colored piopleul the iree States. lot all ol which reasons, your mvnioriaiists would humbly pray, l*it, That your honorable body would cause the census ol iwtoto he re-exumincd, and, so far as is possible, corrected anew, in the Department of State, in ordi r that the head of that Department may have tacts upon which lo found In-, arguments 2d, That your honorable laxly would establish, ut \vnmmelon, n generalonu-e 01 iiegiuration, with n prof<-r officer iif it* head, who thrill rnure to returned from t-uch county in tin United States, a yearly report of the military condition of each r!ii*? of inhabitants, a* well as lie births, tit aths, untl marriage*. 3d, That your honorable body w-ill ranee to lie taken, n the census of I80O, the number of inlnlt* who rnnnot ead and wiito, among the whit* a, the slaves, ntnl the (rue eoph* of color, in every county of the United States. An 1 your memorialists will ever pray. The meeting was then addressed by Mack permits of the name of Hishnp, Hell and Tuillt?after vhich fbe Hrv Mr. Garnett was loudly called for, ind commenced a low? address, in the cniin-e t>l vhich lie alltnletl to the late letter of Pi Torrev. d I to ton, ntldretaed to the Christian Piti/ens, in vhtch the wrifer mrtkes severe mention of Mr. 'iilhoilp iia being it slaveholder, a?dshowing how ie littd sold one of hit slave* lor a large stint of noney to a slavedriver of Alabama, tearing her iway Iroitt Iter httshantl?that she was suh?e<|tienty rescued, and died on the hanks of the Potomac, where she was buried by Iter husband, who ettitped with her. 'I lie meeting was subsequently oidreJ ed by others, when a sum of nenr $50 was utilected to defray the contingent expense* in forwarding the meiiiorial to Congress. What next? Pksvsyi.vaMA Canais ?Increase of lulls on the *tnte snnl* thus l.ir this year, over the same period last rear, gtifl.SPi. ^ J,i;i:i-1 ? ri'i:i: ?Mr Seymour's hill for the preservation of the pntdif. w ork* pn**eil to a third readitiK in the loii*e, on the .'.I mat , by n tote of 61 to 30. Tbel-inm.ce lilt aim passed l>y a tote of 61 to 'JO. Tin: Growinu Crofs ?l-'rom every quarter nf ii? and the neighboring State*, says the Annapolis lie. ,11 tve leatn thut the growing crops of wheat imdoihir i .mi. nromises to v ielil a miter ahondant r.?rv,..t Kirk in iiik Wools -Wr Irurn from Concord ml h lire took place in the wood* on KairhuVeii ill, in that town, on Monday laat, which burned hot out two hundred acre* of woodland, the pinprrty of ynis Hubbard, Abiel Wheeler, and others ilail As>.\m,T.? Amiisa Hpraffite, a young man about mriei ii yearaol age, eon of the late Amaaa Spr^ue, m violently and hrntallv u>? stilted '?y a man last Weili sdny evening The rufhan approach* I line and having lokr.d in hia face, apparently to recognise him. drew n out clnti from iindi r his cool m d b' it biro ao violently ill it Was nt flmt feat oil the w omnia would P'nve moil a I l? is, however, in a fair way of rrro?e*y. 11 iW<b ?igu viilently w as to murder him Tin; villian has not bee t iken. Prnritlmrf Journal Ttie Nrw Voiik (-'ami. ?Ti,e tolls received in hot ollcc tor's offire In Albany lor tha month ot April, mount to <48,814 '48

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