Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 3, 1844, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 3, 1844 Page 1
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r . / ? VI MHmnnHMBnat T H Vol. Re. IM-VThoU IV*. 373 3. To til* Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?daily newspaper?puhUshad avarv day of the year except New Years day and Fourth of July. Price 3 cents per copy?or 37 38 per anWe?postages paid?cash in advance. _ THE WEEKLY HKltALD?published every Saturday morning?price 61 cents par copy, or M 13 per annum? Q VDVEIITISERS are iatormud that the circulation ol tee Herald is over THIRTY THOUSAND, und Increasing hat It htu the lorgeet nrcuUtton ef new j >aj<er in thit city, erthe world, and it, therefore, the beet channel for bueintet Men is the city or eotmtry. Price* moderate?cash in adYauoe. PRINTING of all kind* executed at the mo*t moderate, and in the most elo^s>;.t stylo. J AMY 9 GORDON BENNETT, PaoeBiiroB or tuk iiimeuj KsTani.MHMicnT, Northwest corner oi Euitoti and Nassau streart*. ?? .mi . ? ?i? a?u? OLD ESTBLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE. 1 90UTH STREET. NEW YORK. , rPoaeA-a can betngagnd rromLirarpoolb^he following IP.?u*Sid packet ship* comprising the Old Black Ball Line of Faekete , sailing as malar ) Q l'he ship COLUMN US, ipUriTcM a, on the Uth February. I Si The ship YORKSHIRE, (oew) Bailer, on the 1st March, re- Thesh?CAMBRIDGE,Capt Bar?tow,l?Ui March. J "*Th? ship ENGLAND, Captain Bartlett, let April. .tThe ship OYH'ORD, Captain llathbor.e, IBtii April. (The ship MONTEZUMA, Captain Lowb*r, let May. The skip EUROPh, Captain Enrber, ISth May. The .Hip NEW YORK, Captain Crcpi^r, 1st June, if.lAIn addiiiea to thenboveeuoerior ships, the nibicrilier's agents will Intra a succession or Ant clour Ant* rican ship* deetmti hod, u cnstoinary, from Livemool, e'ery four or Are <*ayr throash>at tha yrur, 10 the d iff* rent ports in the United Htiteo. by which l?>?i|t can be s-?ured at reduced rates. Thore sending or their friends raiitli g in Giwit Britain and Ireland, inay rely tit t erary care will ret taken to nuk<- pussrugeis at comlornliia ta they caa reasonably sxpe<.t, and should lie passeng rs sot come out. the pastagewioney will be promptly refunded. Drafts can aa aiual be fardelled payable at the National and Provincial Banks of Ireland and oiwich's; Eastern Btnk of Reot aari and b anther; and on Mrrrrr J. Unit. Hon It Co., Bank art, Loadou; M *rrn J. Darned k Co., Bankerr, Lie school, which are payable throughout England and Walei. k'or fanh.yari^aPpl,(ifbylm.r^^toiDMAN) 61 Booth street, near Wr I street, t N. B Presage to Lirerpool and London can it all times be p Tariffed by th? malar packet ships, sailing for Lirerpool erary I "fire Jars sau to London an the 1st. 16th wiJ 30lh of each moutfi jrwn Hindi* atiou as afxira jllea !: OLD LINE LIVERPOOL, PACKETS " ' ^ j TrWlD LI^^^^TCckata Ikl L^^^ool wQl 1 despatched In the folio wiogoraur, aicepting that whan the .sailing day AtUa on Hun day, the shiiss will sail on tha succeed Mngday. rig:? From Newkork. From Lirerpool The CAMBRIDGE, (June 1 July 16 1 SM tons, 1 Oct. 1 Not. N I _ W.C.Baiatow.l Fab. 1 Mar. 16 !TholN?LAND, t Jtuso II Ang. 1 7M tons, Oct. II Dm. 1 8. BartieU.1 Feb. II April 1 ' The OXFORD, July 1 Aug. II UM toll, N?t. 1 Dae. M . J. Bathboaa, i March 1 April II r'l%?M01VTEKUKA, .Jaly B Kept. 1 1660 to nk Nor. II Jsa. 1 A. B. Lowbsr, r Marsh in May 1 <T!a EUROPE, (Aag. 1 Sept. 16 618 Ions, < Dec. 1 Jan. 16 J*. O. Farbor.f Arrfl 1 May 16 'The WEW YORK, (aiw) i Aug. 16 Oct. 1 SjC tons, s Dae. 16 Fab. 1 T. R. Cropper,f April 16 Juno 1 The t'tfLUMBUB. 19ept. 1 Oct. 16 706 toss. < Jan. 1 Feb. 16 3. A. Colo, f May 1 June 16 The; YORKSHIRE, (now) (Sept. 16 Not. 1 1666 tone, < Jan. M Mar. 1 D. O. Bailey,(May 16 July _ 1 DhM aalpe are nut inrpaated in point or cleganee or cod* >ri (a their eabia aecainionilatioaa, or la tl'.eir fatl tailing qua Cltn toy auy reu?U m tlie trad*. Tlia aoinmai.ilerm are wall known aa man of eharaotar and mperiance, and tlis strictaat attention will alwaya ba paid to promote the comfort and cenveaicnee of i?ujemrert I'unetuality, at ragshl* tha day of tailing, w ill be obtarred at heretofore. The priaaof paaaage ontward ia new Axed at One HunJred PolUrt, far which am pit itoraa of avery drtoripiion .will b? provided. with the exception of winet and liquart, which will be Ibrnithad by die ttewards, if required. Ncitber lb aaptaiu or ownere of thate tliipa will ba retpon cfble for any letter*, parcalt, ar pack next aaut by tlieui unlaat a alar bills of lading are aigaad therefor, a or freight or paaApply to GOODHUE It CO.S4 Seath at. C, H. MARSHALL, 38 Burling alip. If. Y. I an If and of API NO. B RUTHKRH It CO.. LWl PASSAGE PROM ORE AT BRITAIN AND IRELAND ,-m M m> m ITTSR BLACKBALL OIHTLD LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Bailing from Liverpool on ike 7lh and 19th of avery month. J Perton* within;# to tend lo the Old Caantry for their friend fan make tlie neceetary arruiKMiiientt with the tubecribern, tad ave them e?me out in thit tuiwrior Line of Packett, Sailing le'in Liverpool pumfttially on the 7tlt and Itlth of every month Tpey will alto have a fimt rata claat of American trading tlii|ia, aailiyi avery tit deya, thereby a Hording weekly communion 2on from that jwrt. One of the firm (Mr. Jarart D. Roche I it lera, to tea that they iliajl ba forwarded with care and deepatch. . ... Shoald the pertiaa agreed for not come oat, tha money will ba returned It thnaa who paid it hart, without any reduafion. in# nine* BUI, or uia L,ru8 01 Liverpool iuini, comprise the Icllowing nvignifieeut 8 hips .viz The OXFORD, The NF.W YOR1L CAMBRIDOI. COLUMBUS. EUROPE SOUTH AMERICA. ENGLAND NORTH AMERICA. Witli snch sapennr ud unoouelled arrangements. the sub earthen confidently look forward foe * continuance of that sopport which haa bean extended to thein ao many yean, for which they are gratiTul. 'I hose proceeding, or miliums money to their relatival, eat At all timea obtain Drafts nt sight for any amount, drawn direct iu the HoyaJ Rank of Ireland, Dublin, alto on Mease*. PKR8COT'/, OROTE, AMES 81 CO. Bankers, London, which will b* mid on doomed at any o( tiie Ranks, or their Drierhni, in all lim principal towns llironghcnt England, Ire kuid, Bcotiand and Wales. ROCHE. BROTHERS It CO. 36 Falton street New York, neat door to the Fulton Bank. R. B.~The Old Line of Lirerpool Packets sail from ihii poll for Li??rpool 09 the 1st and 19th of oaeh mouth. Parties ramming P> the old cooatrv will nnd it to their comfort and advautagi to select tbia favorite Liar for their conveyance, in Preferesiae to snv nrksr ?. KKANQNMENTSTUR 1044. ~ OLD ESTABUSHED PA83AUE OFFICE, 1M PinaatTMR corner of Sooth. M ittt PHR aubteriber begs leave to call llie attention of bis friends and the public iu general, to lite following arranger*.oil* foi it-ll, for tbe purpose of bringing oat cabin, lid cabin, and steerage pas*eef*rs, by the Regular Liur of Liverpool Packets, sail lag the let,Cth, I Itii, I6B1. 31st and 36th of every month. By Hse London rackets, to sail rem Now York, the 1st, 10th and Both?and (rein Loedoa on the 7 th, 17th and 27 th of each month. In couusatioa with the above, and for the purpose of affording still greater facilities to passengers, the subscriber haa ea? "l.-l?1- ?1-- l: r s?, ~l... u_L V?.l, k.i), nuil eoeper laatmied ahipe, to tail punctually entry week throughout the year. 1' or Ui* areoiamodotioo of parioni within* to remit money tJ thru 1 wuliaa or friende, draiU ui given, pnyabln at night, on thr followtnu liankf, fit rrov iiyml Dank of Ireland, payable at Cork, Limrritik, Clonmal, Londonderry, Hiiro, Wetfard, Belwut. Watrrford, MaJwty, Arraruh, Athlnna, Colarain. lhtlbnt, Tralaa, Youghnf, Kaniekillon, khmiglian. iianhndgo, Ballyraant, Partonitawn, T>riwni*trlck, Cnvnn, Lurgen, Oinagli, jJur.gaiuieni Bandun, Rnuie, Ballyehanno th.moana, Ckibnienu, Mellow, Moaeymor* Cootchill, Ki Irtish, Dublin. Holland?The City Uaak of Olangow. Jjicl.uid?Meeere. 8|>oener, AtwooJ Ik Co. Banker*, London; t Murphy Waterloo Hand, Liverpool; ptytbie in every town tireal Britain. ct fuer of Mouth V. T. Or Mem. P. W. BYRNM k CO. S6 Waterloo lloed H 6m* re Liverpool. ' WttW DIN It (IS MVkRt'OOL rACKK'l B "* To anil troin Wew kork on the Xth and Liverpool ci.lhi 11th ui uacn mouth. m. ilk 0k M n?w fo?*. .. Snip EOSCIUM, Captain John Collina, Kth March. cel.? lniinVn;n IT. ft 11 ahh Mi h A or 11. Whip SHEHIOA^t. Papula ^7A. ffacwyau*, kih Mar. Nh:p GARIUCK. Cajjt.I I. fl TtaaV.Kth Jama. paoia Livaarnoi.. Hhip MHK.HIDAN. Captaia A. (>*pmur, lllh Marab. Bhip OARBICK, Captaia B. 1. >1. f raak. 11th Apnl. Htiip HOS? HIH, Captaia John Colllna, Uth May. Mlnp HluVtOfMH, Captaia R. B Cobb, 11 tli Jnaa. 'I note ihipa arc all of lh? lit olaia, upwards of I0M tool, I mil in tha oitjr ai New York, with inch iinprovamsata ru noisome irrcat spaed with aananal aomfhrt for pasafuffirs. f.rrrf cars !imi hana taken m the arran icemen t of their accoiaMoilatiooi The pnoe of naaaace kauoe n tlOO, lor which rmi 1* store* will be |troTid*a '1'Imm snip* arc roiaffiaiided i>> cupfflicticMl naatara. who will msba avary rxarlioa to *ira t' l.aral satisfaction .Ncithai the captain* at ownara of tliaibip* Will i># raspoosibit lor anr Inters, paxeala or p.a?*aa<? sent by tncta, tinlaei re liwlar 11 ' af lidi-ic ?ra signs'l r.harnfbr f VI trauiht or uaaaaaa apply to It. * COLLUfs A CO.,S? Boutb St.. Now York, or to ur ..WIS, SHIPLfcY k CO.,Llrarpool. l.attari by tli* puck Haw ill V cliarced li>? cant* par siojrlr 't " "r'? ' rr n and ? **> ,<er>*r>i I cent each mi rrr iu-Ptr.1V L.lAt.ij? i.1 VAivl'utiJL, PAChlt'lo. 1 & g 1 Toml (Vom I9?w Toth lUt, a*4 ff.ira Li rpool 2UM)M!UI ittonth. FVcm fff.w JVrfc. Vvooi' W-m WiJmMlTRPnOL. )U#C. 21 Ffib. t ,..n ..... . ' April II Jtn* ? ~ ![Ahi, 31 Oft. t N. .hip 8UEEN or TIB Wirr. ??> ll My. t &3u?E WnWiwm. J- n J.IV . Vwm .hip ROCHESTER, UN too., |T?7 J{ Apnll JohoWo. stir lory , .M. ?? r.r if I Ir%B?rt?r. .Innyl Tims ?ob?uuitial. fist sailing, first clot ships, til bmli u tiMOtv of Nsw York, tiv tommtiKlwl by met ol scpunsn* *a<i tbllftry, ad will bo dik^tcbod punctually on tho tlst of r^ci' mouth. TMr nr. ?J?aitnt and .out mod lens, and xrr fun.iihrr with whiiUtor oonancoto thtrM.asd oouit'ort of pour* irms. PriMof PMMflo, HM. *v..itu?r Hi. <aim.ii>. or nimm of thmo thlpi will bo rropun. ..! ]. fur my p?r.?!n or p.cSjt.i** i?1 IT thorn, mbIom Nfnltl bul. o/lidinis ?f??i*nfrl thartfiir. ^unUtiTujumwa. m m risi.D^%%ib?toAihk^6!i /IIM Llwfpo# : E NE GREAT WESTERN RAIL ROAD ROUTE, k'KOM ALBANY TO BUYYALO (103 MILES) . ~ BY *OAD. The onlr Oflae in Nbw York Mubli>ii?d by theoevaial Rju1 Road CoEnpiria* b*twirn Albany and Bnffalo ii at No. M COITRTLANDT " TRERT, JOHN l\ CLARK. U?uaral A*eot _ NOTiCK TO lMMIlHlANTff. Tee 8nb?oribera having bnea appointed agarus for forwarding Immigrant* by Rail Knad Albany to Bounloaud internuMliate rlaaaa. are enabled to eeud tlieui during the ilaminui from New York to l/tica lor S2.M; to lyraonaegl.ihl. to Auburn Vl 36; to liooli-ai-r $4.91 to llufftlo t'j id. Clulilre froui 2 to Ik year* old atlnlfpr!**; tinder I year t frn*- and til Baggage from Albany on the Kail Komi ia entirely fine. It la e.tident that it come* much chtvpar to the immiarnai to '.r?v I by Kail Rood than by (,aaki. hik ranching llnlfalo pur Steamboat from New York and Kail I'.oad frotu Vlbartr in 4! bonra; wli-rcaa, it tnkea per Canal from btoiudaye. Tliefollowitig chIcuI iti-n abowa t!ie reault, via Ptiaage to Bulialoper Kail IV-itage to Buffalo ixr CaUoad 94,30 nal.aay $2,00 Luggage from N. York to Lnggaat to ttullalo. 301 be Albttnv, lOOlba free, btl- fraa, balance for 1001 ha- 36 anc* for loOlba II Lota of time at least Idnyi Lnggage from Albany to worth to the lanoter, aay Buffalo free 41 casta par day 4,30 Living for 42 houri, any* 74 Living for 10 dava, M canta par day 5,00 Totalp?r R. Bond, W.4J ? $12,06 Deduct furs par B. Road 6.4J The traveller per R. Itoad uvea $3,(3 limy alao forr-ard paaaengm to Cleav elntid, Porta month and other pUo-ein Ohio; Dst'nit, Itc , Michigan; (linen Kay. Milwaukie. <ko . Wi-cocaia Terr fry; Chicago, Illinois; ard to lifftrant place in < anidn. at the loweat ralet. All information u to the different routes Ki'un gratia, and Tickets to be had mly at the Albany and Buffalo Kail Hoad Offlr.e.50 Ccurtlaudt rtreet. WOLF Mi KlCKKKf. my I lrn?re TO THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC. A]j3f jEfigL PASSENGER ARRANGEMENT FOR 1844 Tlir Subicnb-ri having completed their amusements, air now prepared to bring oat paeeeugere from Great Briton and I reland by the folio wing Aral clase packet ahipa, one of which will leave Liverpool oa the lit, 6th. 11th, 16th, llat and 28th ol Mrh month:? Hc.'riok Henry, New York, Sheridan, Virginia, Liverpool, Cninnridge, Montezuma, S'ddons, Geo. Washington, Motiinguer, Columbus, United St.awe, foscios, Ashburum, Kmilaud, urope, Staph'u Whitney, Rochaarai, Independents, Yorkshire. Uarrick, Samuel Hiek, Queen of the Watt, Oxford. Certificates of peerage can be obtained, and every information will be given to those sending for their friends, on application at either of onr offices. They will also lie prepared, on the opening of nariration, to forward passengers end rheir luggage to Albany and Troy, and via Erie Canal to Bnffalo, and all intermediate places. To all porta of th* Uppor Lakes. Via Oswego to Toronto, Port Hopo, Cobnrg, Kingston, and all parts of Uanadn West. From Troy via Whitehall to Montreal and Qnebee. Centda hast via Ohio Canal from Cleavaland to Portsmouth, Cincinnati. and intermediate places South Wat via Philadelphia to Pittsburg,Cincinnati, Loaisrills, and all part# oa the Ohio St. Louis, Mo ; and u> all parts ol Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois aud Wiacon ?ln Territory. REMITTANCES. Forthe aocommmlntice of persons wishing to tend money o tlj ir friends in the Old ronutry, HA UN DEN k CO. will <<te Drafts on any part of England, Scotland or Ireland, payable at auht, for so mi of ?1, ?i, ?30, to ? ,M-or in any amount o snit ths purehsier Oh KICW.B AND AGENTS. Chnrles ('raft, ISO Hta estr et, Boston B. W. Wh-eler. Union Bnildug. I'r ividence, R I. J. W. Mills, 3 Wall street, and 16 Front straot. New York. N. O. How rd, 43 Bomb Third stwet. Philadelphia Bandford k shoemaker, 7 Light street, Baltimore, Md, Pittsburgh, Pa. L. 8. Llttluiohn, It Ki"ha^e, Albany N. V. U Clark, 130 Hirer atreet, Troy, N. Y. Utica.N. ?. W. A. Cook, Syraeaae, N. Y. Roebester, NY. W. H Oook, Buffalo, Y. H. FitshnghkCo., Oswego, N. T. mldee TAPSCOTTS GENERAL EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE! M mM. iSt ARRA OEMENT8 FOR 1844. The subscribers beg to call the tte.-tion of their friends am' the publ>* gent-raily to theirsuperior nrr*->gemcnU fo- bringu.i ml paaieuB"rs from, and ren ltting money to all parte ?l inula tl Ir--1 nd, tud aid Wn'm. THE NEW LINK OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS, COMPRISING THE QUEEN OK THE WEST. Ii3? tons. THE SHERIDAN, lono ion. THE ROCHESTER, 1000 tins. THE OARRIOK. 1000 tone. THE HOTTINOUER, 10O0 tene. THE RQSCICS, KWO tous THE LIVERPOOL, i!M tone. THE 8ID0CN8, fWtn tons Smlingfroui Liserpool twice event month, and THE UNITED LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS, :eni|>o*eti ol snperior. Gut eleet Aiaeneau packets, eail ma from Liverpool times in each mouth, ar* the ships in a-hich those whose passage may be engaged with the subscriber! aiil coine oat in, and it is a well kti'-wii f-tct the above named pickets are the most maguificent ship. afloat and the frequency ol sailing, (oeingevery Ave da.s) prevents the p-uibility nf uhiuLbiri lieine Qinie.-esMarilv detained at Liverpool, lte girdles* ', in order to mere the wants of the publii mil the wiehea ol"their friends, Mr. Wm. Tappscott, one of thr firm, has none to Liserpool to superintend the departure for this couutry of sueh persons whinr timtp m.-y be engaged wi ih the subscriber*, a fact, which to those acquainted n itii Mr, W. T., is sufficient lUMW that they wilf reeirs eeerv nt.-n tion from him. and be quickly and rouilortnbly despatched. mould tnose sent for dteliae coming the passage money Will be promptly refunded, withont any deduction?as usual reinittiug money can be supplied with lriuu at ngnt, tor any aioount. payable free of discount or any uioer cuaiee, in every principal town in England, ucousnu i-cd Wsles Apply til uy letter, post paid,) to Mr. X J. X. TaPHCOTT, IS P.-ck slip, Mew xorn?or to tM WM TAP8COTT, Lirerpool. MARSEILLES LINE OF PACKETS. m. m. m The uiidemientioned ships will be regularly dispatched frou yenee ou th" 1st, and from Marseilles on the4tli of each month Inringthe veer as follows:? From Newkork. Marseilles, MINEhVA, Cant. Brown, Dec. 1 k'eb. 5 I'RKSH'OTT, Cant. Myrick, Jan. I March J THV THOMPSON,Capt. Sylvester, Keh. I. April 4 HELLESPONT, Cspt. Adams, March 1. May 4 'JOHIOLANU8, Ca|it. Haile, April 1. June4 They are all coppered and copper fastened, and haveescelleol iccommodatious for passengers. ?The price of cabin passage will be $104, exclusive of wines ind liquors. Ooous addressed to the agents, BOYD It HINCKEN. will w forwarded free of other charges than those actually paid. For freight or passage apply to LAWRENCE It PHELPS. 101 Front street or to BOYD It HINCKEN. Agents. mttf No 0 Totifin* Hmlilinirt. *** PARAGE KROM DUBLIN. CORK. WATER iH^VkOUD. nERRV. COLERAINH, feELEABT, flRjHPEaNewrt. D'oghcda, to ? Penan* wishing tn ?rnil Tor (6sir friend- can liaee tlx-in bfoimht out Irom any ortlt? *b<>?? ;>oru iu first class Am* ictu Packet Ships,oa the most rsnsontble terms, and v?ithout their eupnrioncing any urneeessa'y tie. 'motion. Mr W. Tn 'scotl, one of the firm. will be on th pot to gi?e his personal attention to the pnss-oifers *ogsgad by the subscribers or their as*nU here, mil persons may rely that the wishes mid comforts of tliose wo-ss passage way bwgasedby them will hive nil due cud proiwr attention. Eoi particulars apply, if bv letter, post-paid, to iv. k J. T. TAP8COTT, it their General Pissaye Office, 7* Sooth st. cur. Maiden Lane, where, alio, Dra'Xs mav be obt.niued, fur large or small sums payable en demand, without discount or my other chairs, at lie National or Proyiticia' Banks of any of theii branches thronrhnnt the Kingdom ml) re jriS^ TAP8COTT8 GENERAL PASSAGE OK S-fiflSw KICK?Rernoyed from 4J Peck slip to 79 Ri.uthst kjtfKia oornar of Maiden lane Parsons dstir ios to teud fur their T ieuds iu the old rooutry, can by calling 00 ihi subsc 1 b?rs make the necessary a-muiiemeots nil the most adyvitagenat terms. Mr Win Tepseitl being in Liverpool. readers trans acting such business wiili ih-m highly beoeilaial to all par't'S wishing to hare their friends comfortably and quickly detc patched. Dmlbi for any amount, payable on demand without any diseount orsny charge whsterer, iu all the principal towns thron*Ilia! Great Britain aad Ireland cau at all times b? el> lined on ipplieauon to W. A J T TAPHCOTT. At their General Passage Office, mil re 7* Rmth si. eonier .Minimi ten* MX- BLACK BALL, OR OLD LINE OE LIVER'"L PACKET!*.?E?t Liyrrpool. Regular P.ekit, MMHKssI t June The eelebrsfc-d fact sailing f eoiite p.ekll l,r..T . .IRIMIlfJy hwnk-n a-ll tnn. I '. IIt . Ft I., W u. 111 pomtiiely mi1 on Simrdar, Ut J ine, her rranlar d\y. It n wall known th-it t .awbrida* il fit e l ont io a Tnrv u ? lor maul er, with every ennveni"n?:e, thate-in add to'br aomfirt of tho#'- aiharkiuif Penouo proc'din* to Lhe OT? i nanlr*. will find it to r>.?ir iotervt ti oeiect this eonvrjnrra kYr pallida in lahin, t i cabin and '.rrrtijo, apply on foot o: Hickman otrn~t, <ir tn 'h? 'it>*ctiVn. KttCHE BROTHER* It CO. mi.1 fnjlnc t' Fulton it nrvt it-.or in ibe Kntrrm Rink UNITE" LINK OK LIVERPOOL PA< KRTR. jMRVh, - Tattn V t I'lho-'i h Itiai. 'I h-? v? -11, fait ilTjfirOiiint and favor,l* ship tiliEEKIELD, Captain il, " lli?''h .Inn# 'I h" ibo'# favnrita picket hn oplendid recoinmnAitioeo f r aa^ie, o? < nd Cabin, mm o'eeta** pi ta -tpta 'I h?ee ah mi i.r ci-dii it to tin eld aonutrv raiiiot no wmr 'ban to il'tt ihie aletf iut ahip. JPariy appli'alion ih"ald h- in ola on h iard, rto W stJ T. TAP* OTT. in1|t"j#r(! T* Hroth ?lr? t enmer Mo dm Itnt #FOR NEW ORLEANS? Hret Regular it. with Oiipaich?1 h? well-known, last Milnift ilnp illLAH, Cai lam llamin >ud wl> Mil ho ahoia. i|ht, ot pin an* in lh? i nhin. o'conil i abm or of'rage, ha*"** ?rry oararitir acecmtnudxion-, and rm? in derate, api Iv ou b?irJ, or to JOtfcfH McMVdHA^, atOrr IW Pine a'reet, corn#'of Hotrh. i?r- FOR LIVERPOOL?New Line? lobular Pirhei JtMW.itMi'h .1 no ?'I he op'endid racket ahip t>AKKI< rt ' H 'freak of 10*0 ton*, will anil an ; *!?*? *t rvgnlar .lay , For freight or p ?w?, ly*"** ^ " modyUo** NnnoaallM ' fortoUinlor or comfort, appl, on board, at Orlean* wharf, foe i of Wallitnol.orto ^ ^ COLLINS fc CO. M Sontli it T^MwcinVupVoieis*, Copt J Collot. of 10# too*, will I *orr?.rt rn* iJarrica, and tail lh? Mth ol July. hnr in*nUr da* I mIOt'JuiMrt KOK NKW ORL.KAN!#.?LOUISIANA ANt JiWWNKW VOIIK Ll>- ?T a til IV" Jen*-1 lw Urn ' d&GUltailinc pecket *1 ip OSWtlOu, Captain Woutl, will po?it ??i. tail a* ab<>?*, h*r rrmuluday. .... . For (rriMhtor i *>? #*, bavin* hnntiao'M ran?i?h^jow)BWr J ^'Joo*. apply on board, it Orl^-on^Whorf, jf'jot^f^VaM *tm*?. South itrcot. Ay rat* I u Naw Orler.*?M**?r?. fnlUc and vVoodrulf, wbo will promptly forward all irnod* to ihttr addrett. Shipper* by ihi* line ma* rely ttpon harm* thwr aoodi aorrootlr meanred, and that the *hip* of ihio lint will ?a?l ptnotwlly a* adtiiwild. ?* ** : w y < NEW YORK. MONDAY i 4 FURTHER IMPORTANT EXTRACTS rtOM rnnrnw T/vrrnTflr at.c uuoudut by ink STEAMSHIP CALEDONIAImperial Parliament?House of I-roirLs. K iDtr. THr. visits* iiitili aisd we. Lord DnoroHAM ?aiJ, seemg his noble Iricud the Secretary el' State tor Voreign Affairs in hit place, he roue to put a question to him which his noble irieud would, or woulu not, enter into particulars respecting it, a* ho saw tit lie was very much afraid that ha need not atlt his noble friend whether or nut the reports which appeared in the public newspapers relative to a ncguciatiou going on between the Unit id Slates und the government ot Texut lor the surrender of Texas to the Lulled Status, were well founded?he was much afraid that those tumors were too trae. The Loau Chawcxllos.?Not "surrender," but "annexation." Lord Bxouonam admitted the Inaccuracy of tha word Its had used The matter, the noble and learned lord went on to lay, was one ot the greatest possible importance with a view to other points, particularly respecting the law ot oatieus?with a view to our treaties with Texas and the obligation that Texas laid under and was siill lying under to this country, and which obligations would be held by oue party to be at an end, and by another part) to tie only transferred. iiu> the view in which In; reguritcu it as peculiarly important was the unhappy effect which such an annexation would hav e on the great question oi slavery in the new world, putting aside the great question ot theexteusion of the territory of the Unlied Sta es, in thu Gulf oi Mexico, ami along on t xtended im? of coast Now the question he wished to ask his noble friend was. whether ui-gociationi hu<l hern entered into, or wen' now being carried on with the United States on the subject I it was with gloat IhtllfaOtWO that lie understood that u large parly in the American Senate view with disapprobation the projected annexation ol l'exaa with the Uniteu Stales, and he hoped that it would not ultimately take place. Ha ought to add, that notwithstanding what hut been aaid elsewhere, no blame attaohed to him or hi* noble friend lor what they asserted when the subject of slavery in|connection with the United States was last mentioned in that house, they having been charged with exciting the feelings ef the people. Theie was not a shadow of room for any auoh accusation. lie never aaid single word that there waa any desire on the part of any one, in the government or out of the government, of any one in parliament or out of parliumem, to interlere with the institution* of the United States, in which slavery was unhappily one. He had no wish to inteifcre with ths municipal laws of the United States, although he could not but deeply regret that slavery still existed there, piotected by those Jaws ; but he ventured to express a hope that tha Amerioans themselves would without delay humanely and voluntarily put an end to it. The KxaL or Anxanaav.?.My lords, In answer to the question put by my noble and learned friend, I think yout lordship* will not expect me to enter at large Into the important subject adverted to hy my nobis and learned triend ?a Duhjrct. it must be admitted, which is new ami uncxampled ?(Hoar, hear)?in the hie cry nf public life. The question demand* and will receive the earnest and most serious attention of ber Majesty's government; but 1 am nut prepared at the present moment to give eny answer!, my noble and learned friend's observations, it is undoubtedly true, as stated by my tio'ila and learned friend that a treaty tor the annexation rf Texas with tha Uui ed State* nan neen signed, out oeioia t lias validity It requirkt the ratification at two tlnrds of the Senate. Now 1 nope, and I ahuru with my noble anil learned friend In his liojaand wish, that that ratification may not take place?(hear, hear.) At the sains time it ia not possible fur me to apeak with confidence and certainty on aucti a subject; but whan it shall be eficoted then will he the timu to commu nicate, aa far as is consistent with my duty and the public service, what has taken place on the subject?(hear, hear) In answer to aquaatiun put by Lord Bhouoham, witt. respect to what had taken place ou a former occasion. The Earn, of; Abi.iibkin replied that il noble lorda had read the voluminous doeuineuta ou the subject which hail appeared, they would see that he had given the same explanation to the American minister iu this country which he gave in that house,and that it had been most accuratel) reported to the American gosernmant. He (Lord Aher J ten) had likewise explained the matter iu precisely th? same way to her Mujeatv's ambassador in the United d'.ates. The subject was then dropped. AnU-Slnvery Society?Another Violent Tirade of O'Coiinoil against the United Slates. The fifth anniversary meeting of the British an >' Foreign Anti-Slavery Society toon place yesterday, in the Urm llooin, Exeter Hall; and shortly alter the doors were opened, it wtis crowded in every part by a highly respect aide audience, the great majority of whom were ladies. Ou tlie piatfarm weie the Lord Bishop ol Norwich, Sir (ieorge Stepnen, John Bright, Kin., M. P., Joseph Sturgc, Esq., Daniel O'Connelt, E?q . >1 I , Hainilul Gurney, E-q Ge.irge Thompson, Esq., lUv. l)r Bunting, llt-v J Bu/*. nett, ltev. Ur JeuUin, Itev. J. Carlisle, G. W Alexander. Esq , and a large number of influential friends and supporters ot the An i-Slavery Society. At a few minutes niter II o'clock, the committne appealed on the platlorin , and on the motion of Mr Bturge, seconded by Mr. Alex under, lb? rhuir was taken by Samuel Uurney, Ksq. The Rev Hiram Kki.i.oiio President of the Knox College in tlie United State*, seconded the resolution. Ai it had been announced that be was from the United States, it would be expected that he should say a word or two upon his countrymen's conduct. But bethought it was not thi object ol that meeting to discuss politically the intuitu tiuus either of Great Britain or of the United State*.? (Glioma) From his knowledge of the feelings of his country men he felt assured thut the decision iu the Senate upon the annexation of Texus would he such as the friend* oi Ireedom so anxiously desired ?(Cheers.) Kngl.ind had to deal with slavery at a distance?In America they had It in the midst of them, and to get rid of it would take time and great perseverance, but he had no douht that eventually the great cause of freedom must 1st triumphant ? There were thousands in America who frit that -Usury was inconsistent with the relation ol human heing-t to earh other?inconsistent with the relutlonof huniuu be inga to their Creator. ivIr.O'CoxxKi.L then presented himself, and was received with loud applauhO, which lasted for some time. He tai i a resolution had been put into his linn 1 an.I as it gave him an opportunity of raising his voice against the enslnvei of men's minds, u.v well us bodies, lie would present it to th? meeting with much pleasure. In the first place, he would put the meeting in possession of his text, by lead ing the resolution It was? , 'That this meeting, in common with the groat mass of their countryman, have read, with 'eeliugs ol indignation and horror, the sentence of death pronounced by Jn ige O'Neill, of South Carolina, on John L. Brown, for aiding and elietting a slave woman to escape from the Into lira hie yoke of bondage; by which aentenco, and the terms in which it waa pronounced, not only were the sacred principles of justice violated, and the forms of law prostituted to the moat atrocious of purposes, hut the Divine lyatero of Christianity itself grossly outraged and dUhonored " No one who had read or that trial an.i Rimtencc nut must concur in every word ol the resolution lie had just read tod that baing so, he had very little to say on the subject Vt one time he (cared li? would have bona obliged to ud tress thorn upon a ditTereut and not leas pleating topic fortunately the decision to which the mooting had come had healet the dispute, hut he begged the mowing would not take Uls.opioions frum even the lervid eloquence ot hit very talented friend George '1'hompsen Now that the quarrel was over, might he ask what it wat th y had quaiTeltrd about; hut, poriians, like a celebrated countryown of hit, one Air Lucius O' ITigger, lie might say, " It 11 a very pretty quarrel at it stands, explanation would only spoil it" (Laughter). So in the case before him perhaps he had better any nothing more about what had j taken place in the early part of the day. Ho felt bound to say that he was a freetrader. (Cheers.) IIu was convinced that it whs grossly unjust to prevent tha poor man Irooi buying Ills food in the cheapest market ?(cheer*) ? ?nd it was ii crime to make the rich insn tlcher out ol tlie poverty of the poor. (I.oud cheers.) The question in its commercial view, which hnd been before the meeting in thu early part ol the day. was to lie discussed labor, the committee, before whom he was sorry he could not wp peer to state his sentiments upon the question, whether slave-grown sugar ought to ha higher tmed oncoming into this country than that which was the produce of free labor He whs for giving a decided preference to the produce of free labor, and he did not think them wes nn yttiing snli free trade In that At one time the slave trade was carried on by the (unction ni inn tawsoi r.nginnn hot wa? th?re one htimun being in thnt assembly who en in tavor of a frae trade in slaves d (Cheers) Yet he considered the project ol admitting slave grown sugar on an equality wi'h that of the produce of the lubor of frne man would tend to thnt object. It waa said thut we might get (tigar* fifty percent ciiea|**r than now, but woeld ii be an lionest or u itsofnl policy A year or two ago there waa a noted man in the metrojiolis called Money Moses (a laugh), who was noted fir receiving stolen plate, end what was worth ?M you might get Irom him at ?ili That might ha free trade, and it

might be cheip plate, hut instead ol being made ticher thereby, the purchuser might find himself one Una morning sal< ly enaconced at tho Old Bailey (luuglitar.) Free trade was a very good thing, hut honesty and fair dealing waa a belter Surely, In that countiy where JO millions were gitren without a muimur of dissent, to purchase the freedom ol fiOO.OOO of our fellow.aubjecta, the iieople would not undo what they had so nobly dono, and by allowing the free introduction of slaee-grown sugar, increase, us It milut >m, in* liorrm itmm ill minimi urni. Mr ||?,| Ileum it tutted, " why not Rftpijr your principle to cotton arid tobacoo, a* w*ll a* to angar t" Mia anawer wai " become it i* not In my power" (cbeera and laughter) If hu could puaalbly prevent It not a itingle pound of cotton, or an nunc* of lobacoo, thn produce of alarery. would ever entor our porta (loud cheen.) He waa In hepea that not wi h?tanding all the eiertlona of hia friend Oeorge Thompaon, that aocirty would never become a pro-alavery aoclvty, either in or out of England I'.naland waa the boat market in th* world for any commodity, hecnuae of the greater ronaumption. and alao bacauan of thn greater oertaloty of payment; there waa nn raiittdiation hete Ha now came to Iho reaolnlion, and ha aagrd waa there eaei anything equal to thn condemnation of John L Brown? He waa acouawl. tried, and convicted of naeiatlng a alava to eaeape. He wondered what kind oft jury he nail hud (oheora ) Judgment waa pronounced agaimt him, alaa ' hy an Irinh judge. An odd article in America ?an Iri?b judge. Were there no atrenge ontta nearer homo? But why did he mi* up other c.onaiderationa with the quea lion I Hu begged pardon, hat humanity wiu ao outraged, morality waa ?o trampled upon, Chriatianity vein aought to hn ao deAled hy that proaoouilon. Hi a h* wiabed he bnd powtra ol utterance and languugr ti pour out the torrent of indignatlun and contempt againtt the country and tha inatitutiona that aanc timed ao horrible anna aad oeiled K law Brown had ORK j MORNING, JUNE 3. 1844 bean tried for hit life for an act of humanity for which he I twmlil libvh hii*ii ru< 'oI'a? n oaKIa niunlu an/1 hip. 1 '.uo us feeling of compassion towards * wretched slave. Oh, tho Americans were bruve in battle end wise in council, l?it were they human beings 7 (Cheers ) And then,had they read the manner in which aeutence was pronounced'/ Thr ju lho tu<->t the book of Ood? he u-od the Holy Heripturos of the Kterual God te aggravate the bitterness of the sentence of death. He would not lepea'. the expressions used, hut he introduced the nemo of the ever-edorablo liederinur, the only Medietor between God and man, as if?hut they would patdoti hitn ; he could not utter tho words. lUlU?lUlling. an he did, large masses of his countrymen, hu denounced the miscreant who drew his pedieree, if not his hitth, from tho smna country. To tie sure it had beeu said that ha had not been executed. That was true. Tito American papers said he had hern pardoned, but that was talsu. i'hu sentence was commuted, and to what I b logging by the comuiun hangman at tho foot of the gallows (cries of "shame") The excellent and high-minded gentleman from A mine a wh? hod addree-i'd tnem (chenrr) seemed, from his anxiety, to entertain stronger hopes man lio (Mr. O'Conncll) did, that the aunexatien of Texas to the American republic would Siot lie agieedto The result would lie, if that union took place, that three new alave atatua would be created (a voice on the platform, "nine") iia would take the nine, as it was from belter authority. Hitherto 'he progress of slavery had been retarded by the northern states lieiog tree Irom it, but if nine more alave statei were added lljey would r.u longer novo uny cneCK or con trol. 'J1ie lisu stain* would bo completely swamped, and these states were to he peopled by (Uvea, and by the proera* calltM in America raising ?la?e*. bringing them up like entile in n stall, uml in n total absence and ignorance ?l all morality or religion. Ha heartily wished the Britiih government would tube a more active part with regard to the annexation of Texas. Never was there a litter opportnnity tor their appeal to ilia ministry and to theii supporters, and to eveiy man in the country, to aid in preventing the annexation of Tvxas?to hint out murders inch as ttioae judicial one* of O'Neill?to rally round the cause of humanity?to cheer on oua another in thut great struggle in which they were engaged for the liberty und happiness of the human race. (Much cheering ) [From the Banker's Circular, May 10 ] The New Engllsli Currency Hyilem. 1. With relution to iu effect on the banking interest. 3. With relation to its effect on the prices of comtnoJities. 1 lie essence of the plitn is centralist Ion ; to make, so fir as tha administration ot the currency is consented, all monetary necessities dependent on one great central body which lau.t ever be obedient to the will ot the Executive Government; nnd for the accomplishment of that object its obvious design it to extinguish at all little centres in the country, their power ot administering the currency as heretofore This i* the rnlmg principle of the plan . and whoever attends to the means and method ot introducing it, viewed in connection with its general scape and character, will perceive tht great circumspection and consideration and extra ordinary skill which have been bestowed upon the single point of getting the new system quietly engrafted H uh tins view it will tie seen that all existing bunks ol circulation art to be secured In their privilege of issue, to >.iu extent now ei Jo) ed hy them, lor ten jour*, sod tine too with the exclusion of any new rival issuer; hut accompanied with o distinct inlimution that that privibgt- 1? then to lit withdrawn from them. Even that striking inomoly which no statesman who did not lake expediency lurhiaiuluol conduct would sulTer lor a single day t< lugraco bis scheina of policy, via: thacuciilaiion ot until notes in Scotland and Ireland, is to continue, 1, at it* tup prussiou should endanger the Introduction ol the new '.yitem. by provoking hostility. Thi n wei kly returns 01 'he r?-p-tciiv? amount of tlia circulation of hanks aie to he made with the design?almest avowed ?ol creating embarrassment in its operation, hy exhibiting the wrni. paits of the old system - the hopeof the public becoming nor? and more lamiliarized to tho uso of Hank of Eng Bud notes having been distinctly expressed. That the Premier's plan is a schema for annihilating the private Uankera of London, must be obvious to every reflecting person t first, ny destroying their influence over tho management of the currency ; second, bj setting trco the Bank-Director! to conduct their banking affairs with the *ama detiro to render accommodation ami he seme easy unreserve of communication at a prlvnte Uai.ker ; ami third, by raising up tbo Joint BtockBeiiks 'o tho tame state of efliciency an their competitor*. Tin favorite principle of competition will be introduced in tie most unobstructed and vigorous action, and the ffrft 1 of that will be, na it i( in manufacture* aud all hinge else, to cruah tho weak aud strengthen the itiong. I'he Joint Rtock Banks mod not trouble their mln<T? about the priviU'go of " clearing il the privma liank era me loyal men and Iruo fallow era of philosophy, 'hey will at onoe concede it. for it ia of the veiy essence of economy ; and if the privilege lie nut conceded, il will lie i xioried within a few yeais. What country cor, respondent will continue to draw bills on ? pritrut* Hanker, ty lien death, loss, or aivitiou or property, creaii? any uWnu in his mind T fcvury suoh correspondent will withdrew the principul portion ol hit balance from h.s present account and deposit in a Joint Stork Bank, uiain which he will give his orders and draw l,la hills vv hen the Bitnk ol England has opened a branch at) Insring-Cross and In every jmpulous town of Great Britain nid when, together with the One Bank Issue Scheme hey have established fieir practice upon terms nl thai -asy accommnlatir it and cor-fi lrntial intercourse which subsist* between private Bankers and their customers, vrr should lie glad to know what the good will ol a private Dank would be worth compared with its present value ? i'i.i< elms of tnun. heretofore so powerful and influential in mercantile life, may turn bill-broker* or scrivvntrt when their two more powerful competitors the Joint. Stork Banksjund the Dank of England havn ehsoihed nil their (ho called) lugitiinate banking ItuiiaMl; lor wo repvat, the new plun in a scheme for annihilating ull privet* Bunker*?inch a* they were. In nhort, thin lumens plen I* the boldest attempt at mono|?)ly?n dm.verms monopoly?ever exhibited. In pursuance of an impracticable crotchet ot philosophy, it it Fox'* Rill without Fox'* intelligible motive and cotnpri-hentive party griian It takes from the little and subordinate and give* to the big and predominant It will draw money trom the farmer and the laborer,to accumlattin London,where it will give additional power to the Peels Loyds, Marshalls, and Ailt wrights, whose wealth consists princij ally of thing* ot ready toleund high value jb the "money market." Having occupied tho principal jiart of our space with thu Hr-1 tec,lion of the subject, a* It ia pioper we then Id do, we have but little apace lorthe second-Immeasurably the inost aariona and weighty. What in the nature of the plan viewed lei/A rtlalion In ill ilfccl on Ihe jiricti of commodil. ?? in n grave on I comprehensive question. Let us tee i| we can asrert nn i'B nature I rum unytbing said by Sir R Peel. Hu called it the complement of hit great men sure, tin* Act ot' 1819?which. bo it remembered win p?s red with unanimous nrrlimation as tin- ileal settlement of the question. lie did not atop to expound the manor) why that perfect measure had Iwi n followed by alternate. Infl i lions and prosperity. commercial convulsions and ruin, nor did he explain why, on account of prevailing distress it had Keen found necessary to tr:ng in a lull to extend the circulation of null mIm from (Ml to MM; why Mat Stock Bnnki were formed to give stability, und why they wereutterwarda denounced because they had ptoduced instability; why amall notes warn again suppressed by 'lie Act of 1898 to make the system wink better; why the Government had implored the to lend money on mortgage at one time, and at another time (1888) had re strutted the Bank to a severe system, which would fot evermore prevent inflations and contractions with their alt?ndi(.it speculation at one time, and their convulsions and ruin a' another tim" Upon all these grave topics he uttered scarcely onu word) and yet they are the very to pios that ought to be fully explained, and every circurn ?t nice r.onnectod with thirn, pvery consequence flowing from them batihf.i<'torily accounied for before you can safely prater 1 another step in legislation on the subject. Sir it Peel assumed, without any valid reason, that the evils were to be traced to a hvl quality mid mal-administration of the currency ; and he forthwith proceeded to alter ita constituent properties and change the Iruti umaiiti ot its ndmiuistrntion With a boldness unnaralleled, ex rapt by himself in 1818 and 1944, he proceeds upon a mere hypothesis to altar and (as he says) Improve the vitul I i?n,-ilnn ot the Industrious energies of the country ; and that without establishing, iuv, after having always shrunk (rem attempting to eatatilish. tiy aati?iactory evi dene*. the nw-essity for any inch changa. We hare no hesitation in deliberately pronouncing tin* plan the moat dangerou* experiment that ever ainannted Iroin the mind nt man ; dangerou*, not merely for ittefr.ct on prlcei. for If henritly strictly enforced according to its essence (which no currency-law |?ssrd since the, war has yet huen) prices mutt finally settle down to the continental level ; hut d?n*?toii*, we repeat, because we would eh*]lange human Ingenuity to devise a plan more certain to lead to sudden and violent oscillations in credit, destructive changes in the valne of property and the character and rendition of the people?at one time maddening them hy ephemeral prosperity. at another time sinking them hy a stern iron decree into hopeless misery and destitution. Kor thx grave allegation concerning the mere working consequences ol the scheme, we will on a luturc occasion sta'e our reasons lu'ly, unless the measure he withdrawn Tiik BaukChabtiR.?On tlieflil, net., the House of Commons tesolv# rl itaell into n Coiiioi t'ee 11 the ??hn!e Hourr upon the Hunk Chnrter, when f^ir R Perl, in n ?peeeh ot three lionra duration, gave an ahle exposition of the nllnirs of the Monk of Rng land, the s'nte of the Currency, and the viewa of the Government r.a to tome contemplated changes in both The speech evinced much deep study a ul research. >tnd abounds wiili aitiking deiaila mid ?1._ :... .1 lacla of (treat value toinnse won imnrn in the subject Leaving, however, the introductory and argumentative part of the (perch, w proceed to notice the changes whiclt Sir II. Peel proposed to mnk? in the prriwnt system. The Bank of England ia to retain its present privileges; hut there is to be a complete and distinct separation between itstwo departmentsof i??"e and hanking, which are to be managed by different otHcers, and tinder a different system The isaue department is to he under the controlling influence of the new powers of supervision and publication which are to be conferred; the banking department is to be unrestrained, and left to free compe tition : the i^sue department is to lie based on pnhlir securities, to ths smonnt of J-14,0)0,000; nnti tliere i* to be a weekly publication, lull and corn pl 'te, of accounts, comprising the notes in circnla lion. the quantity of bullion, and the extent of flue' tusiioii. ') iirning to other bunks, he proposed todraw a irriilsr distinction betweenthebnsinessofissuennr of banking ; the one to be controlled, the other to ht thrown Iteely open to competition. No new hank of tssns to be constituted ; but existing banks o I KmsmamaammmmmmsetsaaamsmHmm lIERi 1. iwue are to retain their privilege*, though they are not to b? allowed to exceed a certain rate of ctrcu Infirtn In ha aanarfninoH hv 11V? THJFt* Ot their urp c viiius ismes, and are to bo subjected to the Weekl) i publication of their liabilities. Joint-stock ounki are to be enabled to sue and be sued j the acts oi i directors are to bind the concerns; but shareholder* are to be freed (roin tlie responsibilities of the law of partnership, to which they are ut present exposed, ( of being liable for the acts of individual share. ' holders. At present joint-stock hanks ure prohibited from accepting bills under six months ; they i r? henceforth to b? placed on a perfect equality with other banks in ilna respect. Hut if the privilege b? abused, by the multiplication of t-itiuil hills, hi gave distinct notice that he would he ready to | come down to parliament to ask for power 'o i ut a stop to tlie abuse. All hanks of issue,are also to be compelled to make a periodical publication <>l tin names of all puitnere, so that the public inav huv? opportunity of knowing tiom time to time who ur< I NtspQOMbte ; which with weekly publications cl issues, would be a great public ben? fit. Hut hi would not call for balance sheet?, as these were de lueive; nor set a minimum to tlie vidue of shuies: nor require that existing banks t-hould invert a poitiou ol their paid-up capital in Government spcun ties. But with backs to be herealter established tliev were free to act as they pleased. No new |oint--tock bank ean be constituted w ithout ih> .anetion of the Government in order to regis trn'ion, with a defined form ol trust deed, uiu d regular audit ol account. Heturniug to thi Hank of Kngland, he explained, once more, 'hat the security for its future issues is to hi i!IJ (SMI (Will <>t which 1M1<I0<MUI<I is to hi ?lit* tlt-lii owing to it by the Government, nut! tin remnining >j:i,<nxi,WO on Exchequer bill* und otlici Government securities. The Hunk rimy iucrea*> it* circulutiun beyond the ?14,006,000; butttniu? be with the consent of three meinbers ot the Go vernnient, and nil profit on thut increased iewue i> to be transferred to the folate. The legal lendei clause is to be continued; the charter to run foi twenty-one yearn, with liberty at the end of tin next ten years lor Parli-iueiit to interfere, on no rice given; and though, by the new plan, the profit: ol the hank on its issues will be considerably re duced, the amount paid by Government tor the nm nagenient ol tne national debt is net to be increased a proposition with which the Governor and Depot) Governor have expressed, on behalf of the Direc (ore, their cordial acquiescence. Alter some explanations, in reply to questions, the followtngreaolutions were proposed, yro/ortna, and their further consideration appointed lor thai day fortnight:? "1. That it in expedient to continue to the Bunk 01 ICngland, for a time to be limited, certain of the privilege now by law vested in that corporation, subject to sue) coudiuont a< may bs provided oy nny act to he paiasd to thai puipokf. "3. That it 1* expedient to provide by law that tbeBanf of Engluud should henceforth be divided ilito two seperati departments?one exclusively cot.lined to the issue ancliculutlou of notes?the other to the conduct of banking business '3 That it la expedient to limit the amount of secu curttiss upon which it shall henceforth be lawful for th> ?".'V ?' ir.,?lon.l ? latin, nrnniilim V HOtl-S UB\ abla t( heuiur on demand, ami lliat audi amount shall only ha in under certain conditions to be prescribed by la* "4. That It la expt (lient to provide by In* that a week ly publication should be made by the Bunk ol England ol the state hotn of the circulation and oftha banking di psrtmauts "4. That It is expedient to repeal the law which subiccn the notes ol the Bank of England to the pay ment ol thi composition lor stamp duty. "0. That in considciatiou of the privileges to he con tinned to the ilmkol England, the rate ot fixed pn> ment to bo made by the Dank to the nubile ahall b< ?130.000 per annum, and shall he defrayed by deduclhi? he said stun from the sum now by law payable to Un Bunk for the uiaiicgcineut of the public debt. ' 7. That in the event of nny Increase of the secuiithi U|ion which it shall be lawtuifor the Bunk of England tt issue such promissory uotes as aloresslJ, a further an uusl pay aunt shall lie made by the Bank of Kuglsiid ti 'he publio. over aud above the said fixed payment ei ilSn.OOO, eiiual in amnunt to the nett profit derivrd iron the prnmistory notes issued on such udditiniiHl securities "fi. That it is expedient to prohibit by latv the issue ol promissory notes pnyuble to beaiercn tfemnnd, by any bank not now issuing such notes, or by any bunk l.ereai Ivr to be estalihslied lit any part of the united Kingdom. "V. 'J I)at it is i xpeditut to provide by low that sue) banks in England and Wales ns now issuepromitsoiy notes pay able to bearer on demand, shall contiuu* to issm such notes, subject lo such conditions and to such limita lions us to the amount of issue us may bo provided for by any act to be passed lor that purpose. in tk?? it eenedient to nrovide liv law forth' weekly publication ol the amount of promispory note, payabla to tourer on demand, circulated by any bank an litoriud to iPMie such notes. "If. That it it e*|as]iui)l to make further provision bj law with repaid to Joint stock banking companies " TlIK RkpKAI. IiENT At'Y sj'knt in THI State Tkiaij*.? I), Monday, May #?.? fSir: The suceeea of Miss L'dgeworth'a woika has msd? it a fashion with all tonri.-ta in thia country wh< aim at being popular to represent the population at being proveibiailv shrewd. II bo, they have bcei rather hall-wilted in their cunning, for the whob history ot the repeal agitation,ef|>ecially within tin last two venrs, proves the Roman Catholic peasantry n| Ireland to have been thegiosrst dupes to a mo ncy-rnakirg speculation upon the produce of tiieii scanty nud miserable resources. Well know firinncicrs like Mr. O'Connell. ilmt it is ilie penny ol the million* of the uoor, and not the thousand* of the wenlthy, that ultimately swell such contributions The rent poured in in the course of last yem in such torrents that manv of the weekly return* exceeded t.iooo. The rapid nrcummulation of e.t piul naturally suggested responsibility, and that it should he lodged in ilie hinds, Hnd invested in tin namescf three eminent merchants. This suggestion of common sense and common prudence was vriy Coldly received ; ana, to cut in<i nuun noii, we pntne capital w?i s invested in the riurne of Daniel < t'Connell. Nay, at the very time that this precaution was tiinnlly hinted at, it was said that it Daniel O'Connell died to morrow, his executors would |? entitled to all the money ot the repealers. The though a modest hint, was a very significant one ; hut it was over-ruled?iind ovet-ruled in the pridr ot that high spirit which disdains to be suspected. Mr. O'Connell holds land* (runt Trinity Colli ge, Dublin, mi the county ot Kerry, dejierident upoi renewal tine*: ttiere was a large accumulation ol (hose fines in arrear, and ihey were nil then paid oil". There were other claims u^ionMr. O'Connell. which were also at the same time paid ofl' and -i xr?... vr. rvrVnni II tiaa everv riulit li Miiruru. ! < ?? .<ii. v.- o.._ say "I paid this out of niy own personal properly ' Jioinc Iihvs said diet before October last ii amounted to ?<?0,00l> Pcrh*i>s tbe j-aler way ih t< follow Lord Chesieifield'euutliority, and to believe only half if what we hear. Then hhv ?30,000; bin whatever jt was it wns Indued in government securities, in I he sole tiiauie ol Daniel O'Connell. This fact is notorious, and ran he proved hy reference to the funds, urid 10 the stock-broker who in tested that sum, whatever :t might have been, in the sole nainr ol Daniel O'Counell. It there were one honest man in tbe ltepeal Association whose fears hud not completely prostrated his honesty, would be not have protested against the investment of the people's money in the name of any one in dividual, however opulent, became on hi* death it would be tbe property of liis executors; but suppose such individual to have been long known to have been in embarrassed circumstances, it w as in such rase doubly criminal. It Mr. O'Connell died to-morrow, it u-neral report H|>e*k true, he would die in debt, and the people's money would become the property of his credtterr. This fact would be, in iisvll, abundant evidence to prove the trustwor.hy fidelity with which the 1'epenl Association have answered the generous confidence so blindly placed in them hy the poor Roman Catholic peasantry of Ireland. This, in ilsell, would afford abundant matter for indignant commentary. Hut 1 tun spared all tins. The people's money is all drawn out. wnorever inr muuranua , O'Connell liasexpended all: notour penny kit in the till. I challenge ilie Repeal Association to nnswer this charge. Th"y are the self-conatilutcd trustees o( the poor people. Have the people been . robbed, or have they not! Pnornsscm'This distinguished American and oia eon Inve been visiiiyg some of the principal cities ta Ireland, where their succres line been unprecedented. The performances of the Pinfeaaor a-d his eon at Cora, Limerick, Dublin, anil other places in the aiater tele, have realized h harvest for the respective managers at whose theatres they liuve appeared, while :he Profmor himself haa reaped both laurels and gold, 'i ne critiquea which appear tn the pa|>eni are of the most eulogistic kind, and tinged, like the country, with the poetical and the warm hearted. Professor Ris'.ey'a nchicVemen's, by their surpassing beauty und elegance, a|H>ear to have turned the heads ui our enthusiastic Irish neighbors. i <t*>kkai. Tom Thimib ?The General still main tains hid position nt the apex 01 Hie socitu pyruniiu. where the "Corinthim pilUrn," the fife of ttie I bt'im riiniule, who, like Milton'- angel, look on him, . tn"dumb ninasrment ah"-- prevent the little; f.f . low from bring ,-ern r?y the great vulgar world . Like tnc sailor who paid a l.irg? sum to n company i of actors for the performance of n play, on condi I ti?n that no one fhonld see the representation bu? . himself?for. said he " I will have it all to myself [ The ' ">cner?l is expected to pay another visit to th? I iQueen, at Buckingham Palace, in a few days T lLD. Price Two Cents. Theatrical and Mneleal. Mr. and Mre. Charles Kean commenced nn en. fakement ol six nishta at the Thrttlie Hoy*!, Liter|>ot>l, on Monday, May 15. The opening repi*. entalKin wet Jiulwcr'w piny of "Money,' which >%M? rccrivru Willi 0|'j/mu?v . Lover*# Irish Evening*?Mr. Lover'* success continues unabated. He whs about to give a series >f his charming entertainment# to the lovers c?t music in Liverpool, at the lust accounts. M id uue Caradort Allen is in London. Cerito, (rrisi and Lablache are engaged in her Majesty's Theatre. A new farce, entitled "Cut tor Partner#," has t>ei-n brought out with i<lnt on the London boards. Mr. lliinn hnsgot a renewed lease of Drury Lane Theatre for thiee year#. Gallignani's Messenger contradicts the report that Mud'lle Rachel has ieiir?*d trom the ttHge; die is only tuking a very needful temporaiy rest. The subscription for the relief of the snfiere rs by the late calamitous fire at the Theatre-ltoyal, pio irreeses satisfactorily. Musical entertainment -Mrwrr. P. Kliis and Horn advertise n musical entertainment to be Riven by them at the Victoria 1! ooros, on Fndav evening next, entitled the Lite ot a Sailor, and coneu-tii r of narruiive, Hnecd<>te and song. 'The entenainment vas given nt Romsey by these gentlermn on Thursday evening wiih complete eueccw, arid v.e have no doubt it will be equally well received here. Taglioni has arrived in Paris, from f aly, and it is s.iid the renown* d dan#ense is in ireaiv with tre manager of the Academic Itnyale (M. fillet,) for in engagement at that theatre. The veteran Brahatu, aided by his two cone, gives a concert on Monday evening, at Coventliarden Theatre, when many attractions are promised. Few individuals have so much claim upon the patronage of the public as this geutleman ; and it is to be hoped thai, in this instance, the claim will be duly and liberally honored. Thalherg, the celebrated pianist, is expected in Loudon in the course of next month. Madame Dorus Gras, Salvi, and Hen Stnudigl will aing at-two concerts in M&ncheeier early in June. Sinclair, the well-known English vocalist, has returned from America, and last week sung at Glasgow, when he took ai'atewell benefit. Herr Ernst, the celebrated violinist, is now at Liverpool, where he is engaged to play at one or two public concerts. Hkr Majesty's Thkatss.?Herold's Zatnpa wi'l be produced to-night under great advantages, lornnsan sustaining trie pari 01 ins nero, ana &ilache that of Daniel. The opera wiji tbuebsve -very chance of succea-; for not only in these but n otner respect-, it will be strong and most efficient. Ueiween ih- opera and the ballet the second act f Norma will be given, Urisi and Fnvauti appear* mg conjointly as Norma and Adclgisa. Mr. F. Cratner, the highly resectable professor il music, who has bfca before ihe public f"r 66 vturr, is about to retire ; be will give a farewell irnefit in the course oi next moiiih, at which hia broihcr, Mr. J. 11. Cramer, will )*rforiu an the liano-lotte for the last time in public. Mr. Charles Kemble has been honoured by the command of her Majesty Queen Adelaide to give a private rending of the piny ot Cy mbeline, on Thurslav evening next. This is the play selected for iba opening of ihe series of public readings from fehske.lesre, by Mr. Charles Kemble, the first ot which, inder Royal and distinguished patronage, will take place on Monday evening, at wilhs'a Rooms A new horn nlaver, of the name of Vivier, it shortly expected in thia country. 1 his artist ia aid to be an extraordinary peiformer on his ii atru* nent, and to be in possession of certain means for Haymarkft Tiiicatfic.?The very laughable comedy "'ACure for the Heartache," ua? revived ast night, with a caat of characters bo kirorg as to ensure it* efleeting, for the time at lesat, the cure it professes. Old Rapid, the enriched tailor, waa >er?<>nHted by Farrrn; Young Rapid, the mn, had CharlcsMsthews lor his representative; Mr. Strickland was Vortex, the unbolt; Mr Webbter appeared in the characternt Frank Oatland; Miss Julia Hennett as Jessie, Mr*. Ldwm Ynrnold uh hi.en Vor'ex, and thecharacter of the more antiquated Mi?s Vortex was admirably sustained hy Mis. W. Clif ord. Furren wna almost irurait-Dle iu some of he scenes, especially that wherein his son receives he challenge from Young Stanley. The character of Young Rapid i# well suited 10 Chariest Mahews, who continued to keep op the spirit of the tcenr to its full tone, without exaggeration. The comedy was received with shouts of laughter and tpplause. Dssmrcnox of TiiETiiKArnr Royal, MAMfrrsikh. uy Firf.?(>n the 7th tilt this theatre,situated 11 Fountain street, Manchester, was totally enn itmed. The lire was liret perceived a few minute# ifter six in the morning, and in an hour the great-at part of the building was totally destroyed The >n!y (sortion saved is a 1st* rnl strip on that bide next Muck Moeely street, occupied as green room, dresang rooms, wardrobe property room, treasury and manager's room. The origin of the tire is not mown, as there were 110 tire nnns or firewoiks hsclnirged in the performances of the previous veiling. All that is known is, that it originated upon or over the stage, The plate, watdrobe, bonks,and other valuable pro|>eriy,were snveu with mine difficulty, but about an hour and a hall afterwards, owing to some accidental s;>ark, the dres?? s caught fire wn<*re they were removed to, some distance from the theatre, and writ almost wholly wniHiinifd All the performers were fortunate enough to stive their own drew**. Bv h singular coincidence, there wns a firr in he Theatre Royal, Liverpool, the previous evenmi;, w hich, however, ? ?? fortunately ex inguished icfore doing much damage. Tkxah Annxxation in France ?We hive just received the l'an* p?|w ra < ( Thursday. The intelligence from the l'ntted State* given in m second dition el this paper e n Minday, has creaied a treat acrnmtion at Patia The annexation of Texas iar revived the numerous speculations which v. eta itioat during tlie Canada affair, of the neccnry of making common cause with the United States, and >f thus directing a powerful blow agaitiftthe heat interest* of Ureal Britain. The National ib already iii the field, and culls on >he nation todisr-gard the mt trite rurdiult of M tmizot, anil to think on V of me great advantages which a good understanding with the American I'tnou ninat create for Fr nee It says that the annexation of Texas to the States ir ii new political combination, weakening th# British government and us aristocracy in the moat -emotive point; that our relation* wi'li tlie Cabinet of Washington cannot he friendly ; that our Cunadian possessions are in d inger; ana that the F.uioueiin powers, and particularly France, who have oleraled the insulting yoke of British supremacy, should be prepared to take advantage of tha chance* which this new combination must era lone aflord.?I^miion Herald. The Jiwrnat dtt Ztilxiti has the followingFive new railroad* are to tie constructed? firstly and xecnndly, the dirrrt road from Peru to Sir.iahurg hv the valley of the Marnr, Bar-le-Duc, and Nancy, with branches to Kheime and Mei7, and that from Pari* to Nontea beyond Tour*, which were included in the rlantrmtfM of the (treat law of 1842; thirdly and fourthly, (lie double Irrxrthcninir unto I.imogen and unto Clermont ot the line o! Orleans to Vterzon, with a grant of ntoney, unto Chateaurnux, on one sole only, Hint unto Nevera on the oth-r. It wdl h>* remembered, that the law of 1842 left undecided the delineation of the central road beyond VieiZ'ui or Rnurgr , between thus* two directionn. They are now bo'h adopted, but atop,,init at Limoges and Clermont^ and it ta also understood that the line from Pari* to Toulouse wi'l result from the line *>f Paris to Bordeaux, and from that to Bordeaux to Marseilles or Cette. Fifthly, the extreme injustice committed by the law of 1842 to the detriment ot the north-western department* 's retired. The departments of Hntany and Maine will have a railroad running from Paria to Rennes. For ihe preaent, the line ta only determined unto Chartres, and money ta allotted only in that portion It ta, nevertheless, established by the Bill that the road will run through Laval, which necessarily implies that it will croas the town of Mans. The new railroads now eropewf ? - ?. Ski I.. ..... to tnr ( Damorre may ne kckviicu > ww I he ?inir> eipenne wiU amount to abnui 80,000,000 lranet a year during mi year* The >*penea left to the companies will be about 0,000,000 DRtAnrrn. Amnivr >*** Luakbm.t t?? W?,?. ?On Friday, 3d <>l May, a shad in the I'rnbwlrhywyn colliery, about two rmlee Irom l.lanelly, cnu?lit ftre. Alter a abort tune a portion ot it fall, with a tremendom crwdi, into the pit, and it watte firrt mi| powd that every chance of eacnpo for ihc men and children who w#re working therein wtt hot out It wae reported that a hundred men and hnyt had Ion' their lirea; but only twenty-loar were employed at the time, and all were gut cat alive, though vera! ware in a itatc of temporary topetaation.

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