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"frr THE N E W YORK HERALD. ?- ??? NEW YORK, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 6. 1844. FOREIGN NEWS BV THE STEAMSHIP ^BRITANNIA. FURTHER EXTRACT8. The utate of trade in England and oa the conti nent remains without change. Business in the manufacturing districts in England, is prosperous and in a healthy condition. In Parliament, the Ministry have been defeated in the House upon die bill relating to the duties on sugar. An amendment was offered by Mr Miles, that the duty oa British Plantation sugar be reduced from 24s. to 20s., and from 34s. to 30s. on foreign free labor muscovado; coniiutiug on clayed sugars the Government proposition of 34s. After a long and able debate the amendment was carried by a majority agaist the ministers of twenty. The re sult caused much consternation in the cabinet. But after close consultation, and some little manage ment, the amendment on the following day was reconsidered by a majori'y of twenty-two ! This secures, of course, the passing of the ministerial measure. After a great deal of agitation in the country, the Dissenters' Chapels Bill passed to a second read ing in the House ot Commons, on Tuesday the 6th current, by a majority of 307 to 117. English Opinion op Polk.?The nomination of Mr. Polk, by the Baltimore Convention, as the democratic candidate for the Presidency, has created some surprise, and, amongst those anxious to extend our connexions with the United States, no ht:le regret. It has been generally believed in England, that had Mr. Van Buren been nominated he would have succeeded at the polls: and that gentleman having more enlarged and liberal no tions on the subject of free trade than Mr. Clay, was regarded with a friendly eye by parties here, wh<? care nothing about the'result of the contest, politically considered. It is believed in England? now truly a few months will determine?that the selection of a. nouveau homme like Mr. Polk must terminate in the election of Mr. Clay by a large majority.?IVillmer fy Smith's Times,'June 19. The English manufacturers are sincerely anxious to get a repeal of the duty on raw cotton. They point to the great extension of cotton .mills in the United States, and assert, with some truth, that they cannot eompete with their rivals in the foreign markets of the world, unless, to use the language of the turf, they are "handicapped" accordingly. The Queen and the royal family are fh the en joyment of excellent health. On the 14th inst. the Queen left Buckingham Palace for Claremont. Prince Albert and the King of Saxony left the Palace soon after for Hampton Court, and afterwards join ed the Queen at Claremont. On the same day the royal party returned to Loudon. Great Wkstern Steam Ship ?A courious dis pute has arisen between the Peninsular Company and the Great Western Company. The former, it nppears, purchased the ship, the Great Western, for 32,0O(M., the owners undertaking to do whatever the Admiralty surveyors might deem necessary to quality the vessel for the mail service. A consid erable delay taking place in completing a set of new boilers on the tubular principle, some time was requested%nd granted. All beiaig ready a trial wrs had down the Severn, under the inspection of the Admiralty surveyor, who found all right with the exbeption of the supply of steam, on which he declined to pass the survey. Some alterations having been made in the boilers, the vessel was an nounced as ready fsr a second trial, at the request of the owners. Some delay occurring in ths appointment af the second trial, the Great Western Company declared the bargain off, and advertised her to sail to New York on the 22od inst. Against this proceeding the Peninsular and oriental Company obtained, ex parte, an injunction from the Court of Chancery to restain the defendants from sending her to sea or selling her to any sther party than themselves, but on the 17th the case was heard and the injunction which had been granted on an ex-parte statement, was dissolved,and the vessel will therefore proceed to sea as advertised. Incendiary fires have been frequent in Suffolk, Norfolk, aud Essex; the effect, it is said, of the altered custom of e mploy ing agricultural lahorere by the day, instead of, as formerly, by the year, ana also ol the effect of the New Poor Law. Thomas Campbell, Esq., the talented poet, died at Boulogne on the 15th inst. The Emperor of Russia, while in England, always slept on the ground, on a leather tick, stuffed with straw, as being more conducive to health than a feather bed. The Emperor of Russia, after a week's stay in England, took leave of the Royal circle on the 9th inst., and arrived at Rotterdam on Tuesday, en route for his own dominions. He was gazed at, fe ted, and treated to all the sight-seeing which the wealth of the aristocracy and the powerof the crown had at their di-posal. Fie appears to have made a favorabe impression on the people, having distri buted his msnsy aud presents in every quarter with a prodigal hand ; he even sent a very liberal dona lion to ths treasurers for the ball on behalf of the Polish refugees, which ih?y felt themselves bomid to refuse. It lssupposcd that during his week'sstay in England, he distributed about ?25,000 in acts of liberality. The long drought has catt-ed great mischief in the hill* and moors ofScatlanW, so far a'; tha breed ing ol grouse, partridges, Arc., is concerned. The accouchement of the l^ueen of England, It ie said, will take place in August. Prince Albert lias certainly most brilliant family prospects. The universal Prussian Osteite states, from Sile sia, June 6, that serious disturbances have broken out among the linen weavers of some of the largest manufacturing villages in the country. At Peters walden and Lmgenbreau, the workmen, excited by real or imaginary grievances against their em ployers, attacked and demolished several factories. An armed force was called out, and the mob having refused to disperse, many were killed'. The movements of the. League are still carried on with much spirit, notwithstanding the result ot the South Lancashire eleetion, which, it was vain ly imagined by the tones, was equivalent to the overthrow of the corn law repealers. Letters from Rome state that the Church difficul ties between Russia and the court of the Holy Hee still remained in statu quo. It is not apprehended that anything very serious will grow out of them. Letters from Leghorn state that the disturbances in Calabria were by no means at an end, and what was worse, the government had evidently not strength enough to put them down. The threatened war between Spain and Morocco appears to have been strangled by the total want of any subjecit to fight about. The excitement among the Turks throughout Syria, in consequence ot the late orders for recruit ing the army, continued very great at the last ac counts. Many of the conscripts had openly resist ed, and many others had deserted and gone home. The guano trade is still carried on with a great deal oi animation in England. Upwards of 100 vessels are now engaged in bringiug this article from Africa and front South America. Considerable activity prevails in the French na vy, and several first class frigates are fitting out at Toulon and Rochefort. It is supposed that the go vernment has an eye on Mexico, ,or St. Domingo, or both. Van Amburgh, the lion-tamer, is on a successful provincial tour. At Gloucester his receipts, during two days, were ?290. Mr. Healy, an American artist, is at present in London executing a commission for the King of the French. F&rnv Elssler will shortly make her appearance in London at the Italian Opera House. We understand that Gen. Tom Thumb had the honor of appearing before hisMniesty the Emperor of Russia, at the residence of Baron Brunew, daring his visit to this conotry. United Status Suct/arriss, June 18.? The business done in I ailed States bonds since our last, has comprised the following?our qnotations being the latest obtained t? Redeemable. Alabama Sterling Fives,. 1SAS 83 Indiana Fives 1801 >88 2 " Sterling Fives 1801 ) 40 Illinois 8ix?a .1870 { " Sterling Slsea 1870) w Kentucky Sixea ihon 0.1 t.ouiainna Five* 1844, 47, 00, k tfi 72 Maryland Sterling Five* 1888 ? New York Fivei 1898 60? 1889-00 j 94 Ohio Sixea 1890 92 Pennsylvania Firea 1894 1806 IMS 1860 1889 1964 United Stafoa flank ?i 4 0 l>?r Debenture* April,.1811 St 1812, .... 60 to Oft per ditto Oct 1841 k I Mi 40 On the 5th inat. an estate of 12,470 acres, situated 70 in Mnryland.U. S., was put up for sale by auction, in London. There was not a tingle bidder. Permission has been granted for the erection of a Ploteatant Church at Jerusalem. A gigantic railway through llussia, from Odessa to the shores of the Black Sea, a distance ot one thousand miles, is in contemplation. At Berlin the report is revived that a great con gress ?( sovereigns will shertly take place in Ger many,at which the Emperors of Russia and Austria and the King of Prussia will taks part. Carlsbad if a is spoksn of as the place of meeting. It is rumored at ths Cape ot Good Hope that the eminent French and Swedish naturalists, Delgargie and Wilberg, had been murdered by the natives m Matzilikatze country. Cause of the Empkroe of Russia's Visit.?A miuisterialevening paper has the tollowiag formi dable announcement:?" We ure enabled 10 state, and as we believe confidently, that ths- visit of his Majesty the Emperoifof Russia to]this country,was immediately determined by the publicity given to the maritime note of his Royal Highness the Prince de Joinville." Whether this announcement, made not in the sureness of confidence, but only in the belief of it, proceeds from a communication of the French court, of the Butuian Czsr, or of the British Cabi net?in ths confidence of all of whom the Stan dard believes itaelf to be?we are unfortunately not "enabled to etate." We should, however, question the fact of any movement of the Czar of Russia Ung occasioned by any act of that boy in miud, still more than in years, the Prince de Join ville. The Russian government, if we may judge by its acts, is at least serious, stem, and matter-of fact; aud we can really credit nothing so burlesque of itas to suppose the great potentate of Eastern Europe to have been driven across the breadth of the continent by a motive power so very insignifi cant as the two penny pamphlet of tne amateur corsair of the Tuileries. We are but ill-informed in court matters, but we had heard that the visit ol , the Emperor having been on his part announced,!!* likely during the summer, he was informed that i must either take place immediately, or be deferred till the Rutumn, as in July and August the Queen would, in all probability, be unable to receive her imperial visitor. Then, were the Emperor to have come late, he might either have lit upon the King of the French, wno tnlks of visiting this country, or malevolence might have whispered that the Czar came in order te interfere with that royal visit. Such we have heard to be the reasons which preci cipated the coming of the Emperor Nicholas. It is not war. or fears or intentions of war, naval or military, which render anxieus the sovereign! and statesmen of the continent, but a struggle more peaceably, yet quite as actively, carried on, and b> which the despotic potentates of Russia and Aus tria consider themselves seriously menaced. For some time put, and at the present moment, the en tire south of Europe is in a state of social and po litical combustion. Spam, Italy and Greece, are, the first and last, fully revolutionized?Italy morr than ripe lor that state. The three courts, but es pecially those of St. Petersburg and Vienna, adjure England and France to put an end to this atate ot things. Russia adjures them not to insist upon a constitutional system in Greece ; Austria entreat* to be allowed to compress southern Italy, without French interference ; both implore that a stop be nut to the overflowing of that political volcano, Spain, which is convulsing Italy by its example. We can well coneeive how much the Emperor Nicholas has to urge upon all these points, and how i very powerful a fascination he must exercise upon Lord Aberdeen at this moment, when it is known that a Grand Duchess is about to espouse an Aus trian Arch-Duke, and when the cabinets ot Vienna : and St Petersburg are one. The Russian Emperor ' speaks at this moment in the name of the three courts.?Chroniclt. The Bank of Bamsa North America ? On Tuesday, the 11th instant, the eighth annual meet ing of the proprietor* in this corporation, instituted to extend banking facilities in the British North American eolonirs, was held at the Company** Hou**, St. Helen's place, Bishopgate-street, London, for the purpose of te coiving a report from the Court of Director*, the election ol three Director*, fco. The chair was taken by Mr. W. R. Chapman. The Secretary, Mr. T. de Boaoo Attwood, read the fol lowing report In their last report, after referring to the commercial dUasters from which the North American colonies had ** severely suffered daring two preceding year*, and to the losses which had thereby been entailed on the bank, the Court of Directors expressed their belief that the crisis had passed away, and added that they felt increased con I fldenee in the stability and security of the lUture opc I ration* of the branches. In this conviction they have not been disappointed The business of the colonies throughout tbn past year ha* been of a sounder and more legitimate character tliee neretolore, and the iuilnres which have ooenred have been tew and of hut trifling importance. It was to be eijrsctod, however, that some considerable time must elapse before the North American province' could recover from tne shock which they had experienced, ind consequently that increase in the businesa of tne hank, which might under different circumstances haye been an ticipated, has not yet taken place, and a large amount ol oapital has necessarily been employed at a low rate of In turret. ? ? i ? Ths directors are fully sensible of the importance of ex tending the connections and enlarging the operations oi the bank, and they trust that the continued political tran quility and reviving commercial prosperity of the colo nies will at no distant period afford opportunil T opportunities of wh ich the several local hoards will be enabled to avail them salvas, but the director* will not be induced under any circumstances, to depart .from their established :polioy ot making the security of the capital the first and main con alteration. In their laat report, the director* announced a recent al teration in the New Vork agency, and *o far a* a abort ex perienee hat enabled them to Judge, they hare been con Aimed in the vie we which induced them to make th< change, and they have reaaon te believe that it will provt of important aerviee to the bank Thu undivided profit* on the 81*t December, 1849, aa re ported to the laat innetinr, amonutedto ?18,9*9 16* IOd hut the eatimate ot loaaea, up te the aara* peiiod, being ?91.880, there appeared an actual deficiency on the 81a< December, 1849, of ?1870. After a careful reviaion of the otitatandlng dependen eiea, the direetor* calculate thAt, including the operatioui ?f the year 1848, and the previoua year*, the a m of ?41 318 will be found adequate to cover all loaa by bad apd doubtful debt*. They are now enabled to aet aalde that ram from tb? aurplua profit*, and to place it at the credit of the indem nity found. The direotor* have only further to tubmit to the pro prietor* the annual account ot the affairs of the bank, and to atata tnat a half year'* dividend of 40*. per share will become payable on the Mh July. The amount of undivided profit to the Slit December, 1840, waa ?18,908 U 10 Tha net profit for the year 1848, after de duction of all currant charge*, waa 4-1,947 lft 7 ?61,847 11 0 From which 1* to be taken the amount of the dividend paid at Chriatmaa, 1848. ?10,000 The tranafer te Indemnity Fund..,. 11,319 41,318 0 0 Leaving amount of undivided net prefit to 31*t December, 1843 ?10,All 11 It The report waa than unanimoualy approved of and after the re-appointment ot Meear*. Jamna Dowie, Alex Gilleapie, Jr., and O. R Robinaon, the retiring director* the roasting aeparated [N B. The agenoy of thia bank in New York ia located at 6 Dorr'* Building*, Wall atrvet. and ia conducted with great promptitude and efficiency by Mr. Bel!, fotmerly oi London.] Theatrical!. Tawt.ioni at Paris?The celebrated Tagliori appeared, on Saturday week, preceding the 17th ult, et the Academic Royale. at Paris, in her favorite rOLe of the Sylphide. The receipts amounted t 11,540 francs. The distinguished dancer waa re ceived in the most enthusiastic manner. Time hue marked its hand but slightly on her frame. She i> still the charming and the graceful?and still far beyond even the hrstof the talent that now abound* at the Grand Opera. She ia to give seven more representations, and the heuse is engaged for the whole at enormous prices. Haymarkkt Tukatrk .?His Excellency the American Minister and family attended thta thea tre on Thursday, expressly to witness the perform ance of Prsfessor Risley and his two infant softs Mia Excellency was highly delighted with the ex traordinary and graceful performance, and upon its conclusion presented the two little prodigies with s handsome present. This week is the last in which th?y will appear in England, Imving received a mu nificent offer from the manager of one of the princi pal theatres in Paris. Covent Garden Theatre ia about to be converted into a bazaar, and for this purpose an offer has been made to the proprietors which they do not feel war ranted in rejecting. Mr. Brnham, who, in conjunction with his two sons, Messrs. Hamilton snd Charles Brahani, gav< a concert at Windsor Theatre on the evening of Eton Montem, and was robbed of hts carpet bag, containing clothes, music, and other property o| the value of between ?10 and ?12. France. Aji account of the surprise and massacre of the French garrison at lleskara has been confirmed by despatches from the Duke D'AumaJe. His high ness is much blamed for want of forethought and prudence ; and even the "Journal dea Debate" can find no excuse fdr the young prinee in the present ?tate of the question, Marshal Burge&ud is to take the command of the troops in the new war. Large reinforcements are about to be sent to the French uriny in Algeria, and the Prince de Joinville is to proceed with a squadron to cruise off the eastern coast of Morocco. The new law for the amelioration of French sea ports devotes nearly two millions sterling to the improvement of two commercial harbors, Havre and Marseilles. The latter is to have a new har bor. Twenty millions of francs are to be spent on the docks of Havre. M. Charles Lafitte having been re-elected the fourth time for Louviers, hods his election the fourth time annulled by the chumber, which seems determined that Louviers shall dec* another mem ber or remain unrepresented. The Luke of Angouleine died at Goritx at 11 o'clock in the morning of the 3d June. The royal duke has been for a long time in a state which left no hope of his recovery. One of the Paria papers Huye, that the French Court will go into mounting on the occasion. Mr. King, the new Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States at the court of the Tuillenes, has arrived in Paris. It 18 stated that Louis Phillippe, King of the French, intends to take his departure from Paris to London, in September next. Madame Lanarie, whose trial and condemnation to imprisonment for life lor the murder of her hus band, excited so great a sensation tcoine time ago, s said to be dangerously ill Spain and Portugal. All is quiet. The Queen of Spain is engaged in visiting tiie principal cities. At the last dales she was at Barcelona. In Portugal the authorities are engaged in bringing to justice the offenders in the tate insurrectionary movements. Italy. The spirit of disaffection is not yet quelled?in deed some noble families, it is said, have been im plicated in the late insurrectionary movements ? The Cologne Gazette ssys that the Papal Govern ment has addressed a note to the cabinets of Lou-1 don, Vienna and Paris, on the subject of the late disturbances in its territories. The note, declares that there has been no real cause lor political dis content, and that the disaffection is chiefly to be ascribed to the machinations of anarchists in France uud England. Markets. London Maiikts, June 18.?Numerous arrivals from nearly all parts of the globe ksve Ultra piece within thv last week or two, theguocks of most descriptions of pro luce have been considerably increased, and prices have, in several instances, receded. Cotton. -The demand for the home trade has proved trifling of late, but shippers have purchased rather freely on somewhnt easier terms Corn.?The English Wheat trade has been dull slnqe our previous report, and even the best qualities have bare ly supported former prices. Foreign is in moderate re quest without any alteration in value. Flour, on a slow leraand, is somewhat lower: aud the transactions in hooded articles have proved limited. Beans are in steady demand at our last quotations. Peas bring higher rates, and Oats have advanced 6d per quarter. Hides?There is not much demand for Hides, end prices have e downward tendency. 200 salted North American w ere disposed of by public sale last week at 3}d. Provisions ?We nave a dull market at present for Ame rican Bacon, Pork and Hams, for each of which rather lower pricse have been accepted. American Beef has met more enquiry at 30s to 40s, and American Lard has sold rather freely at 34s to 40s.; The best qualities of English Cheese are in request, but other sorts have been taken sparingly. American is worth 83s to 60s per cwt. The imports of Irish Butter have increased considerably of late, and the demand for that article being only moderate, prices have a downward tendency. Rice ?A largo business has been done in Eaat India Rice, but there ia not much inquiry for Carolina, which <ells at 90s fur first, 94? for second, and 91* per owL for third quality. Tal low.?Onr market for Tallow has become brisker In consequence of the scarcity of provender for cattle, caused by the continued dry weather. Somewhat exten sive aalei have been effected in American st stiffer prices Ter ?The supply this year, will, it is expected, be larger than it was last season. is firm and a moderate demand is experienced. Turpentine.? Rough is lower in value in consequent? of increased imports, but a good business has beeu dune at 7s id to 7a 3.1. Spirits are in poor request at 90s 6d to 97s per cwt., being u reduction on lata prices. Lircnrooi. Marxists, June 19.?Ashks? During the last fortnight, about 300 bbls havo changed bands, chiefly at 96s for first Montreal pots, and 90s flT for first pearls. Corn?There was little animation in the wheat trade previous to last! market dsy, and prices had given way, lint yesterday morning the trade was much more lively 'ban for some time past. In wheat, especially in the vari ous qualities of foreign, the business tranascted was ru ber considerable, but there was no material alteration in prices. English and Irish flour continued to meet a very limited sale at our last quotations; States flour, at the ?iame time, receded 6d, and Cnnadian Is per barrel Al ?hough during the greater part of last night and early this morning, we had a fine, warm, genial ruin, spring corn ?t nost descriptions met a good enquiry, and was. held with intolerable degree of firmness un higher terms The mid tie and lower qualities of barley continued to be taken ofi rather treely at the advance of Friday, end fine sample* as well as malt, were the turn dearer British and foreign tree beans, noon a moderate demand, fully supported late prieea; and or Egyptians, in bond, several further Sales ware made to day at as high as 95s per 480 lb. In peas bo variation. In outs the business done was to a fair extent; ut, although thia grain ia by no means plentiful, our last currency was not exceeded. Oatmeal was also mere ret lily saleable on the terms last noted, hut was in mdst esses held at an advance of 3d per load, which served ra her to counteract any considerable operations, but there wu no material change in price*. L*?o-The. business of the taut two week* hat kern oiihnr.l to 300 bbU. Amuricao. chiefly of fine quality, at 14a to 16a. with email lota of inferior At 31a to 33 Provisions, Amxricaiv-?Fortha finer kinds of beef there haa been a good demand, and the aalea aince the 3d in?t hare been to a conaiderahle extent; middling and low qualities are enttraly neglected, and pricea nominal l'h* import of pork ia liberal, hut chiefly of a atalaarticle of " prime;" hence, except lor aomn well aelected parcel* ?f " thin moaa and prime nr.eaa." the demand haa been li mltod For cheese there haa been a moderate enquiry, and for fine, quality, in good condition, there ia a fair sale Thia deacription, however, being now aoaroe, the trans tctioua in the article have not been rxtenairo. The im ;>ort of lard haa continued mod*rate, holdera have not been itreaaing, and sales continue to he made at the quotations rallow is more enquired for, and flue quality command* i read v a ale. Great* butter haa been aold at the highest ?oint quoted, and the atock ia now in a very amall com pass. Qusacrraox Babk ia drooping?3a 91 waa the highatt bin at auction for good Philadelphia. Rica?There haa been a brisk demand for Bengal, el which, in the laat two weeks, 13,000 bags have re.adih been disposed of at prices establishing an advance of ltd wr ewt; broken du?ty small haa been sold at 10a fid to I0> Jd, middling lis 3d, and good at 13sfiJ. American clean ed Carolina ia in demand for export at 16a 6d, but the mar ket ia without supply. Ssct?In consequence of the extensive arrival* of the last ten days, considerably more business haa been done ?n all descriptions of whits aalt; we cannot, however, re port any amendment in pricua, end have to repeat our qnotationa of the 3d inat. vir.For common, Pa fid; but ter, 10?; shute stoves, lit; and baga 14a to Ills per ton, ex clusive of river freight 3t per ton, and dock and town due* 9d per ton. Tai.i.ow haa improved in demand, and tales to a fair ex tent effected, chiefly in Odessa, at 40a 6d. Holders are rather stiffer. Buenos Ayres of fine quality has com nanded 80s to 3t>* fid. and North American haa brought 39s 3d Taa?1,300 bhls. Stockholm have changed hand* at the quoted rates Tnnacco?Our tobacco market has been dull and lan gttid throughout the month and few transactions havi ?uken place In any deacription. Pricea, however, have not uddergone any material change, though in some in .tance* rather lower prices have been accepted The ules am n it to 447 viz :-0fi Virginia leaf, 169 stem med, 92 Kentucky leaf, 197 stemmed, and 3 Maryland*. TearaaTiva? Lost week I 00 ? bhls. realized 7s to 7* 4-1 hut prices since have fallen to 8* lOd to 7s, at which rates the trade have taken 1,300 bbls. Amstbsdsh, June 13.?Nothing ol the laaat importance has baen done in cotton during the laat eight days, and ?he market continues in a depressed state. Several par oela of last year's United State* Pet Ashes in bond, have ahaaged hands at 14)fl in bond; for uew I4|d haa been offbred, tint there is none to be met with. Of Pearl Ashes the market ia altogether hare, but purohasea may be made lor delivery at 1A J ft in bond Tobacco it dull, and the first band sales have consisted chiefly of 364 terons Cubs, and 14 chest* Florida Leaves. Unrefined Sugar, on a lim ited supply, brings former rate*. At the puhlio sale held yesterday of 390 boxes yellow Havannah, and 99 chests 26} kegs Muscovado Rio Sugar, the soand boxes Haven uet> realized 34} to 39} ft - damaged ditto 33 to 3.U, some I Rio Muscovado 33} to 36}, damaged ditto 31, sound j casks 34), and damaged 33} fl. HAwauanif, June 7 ? A morn animated business has been done in toffee during the last eight days, and two cargoea recently arrived from Rio Jan. iro, have for the moat part been readily disposed of, and the market gena rally has a healthy appearance. The atocka atUI afford a poor snpply, or more extensive sales would be effected The transactions have included 9.000 hsgs Brazil, 3} to 4]*ch; 1,000 Lagnayra. 4} to A}, and 200 llavannah at 4 1-1016 6} Unrefined Sugar, owing to the stock* being reduced, is held for rather higher terme, but the sales have been confined to 1,000 hoxee yellow and pole Havannnh at 4} to 6} grot, and 300 ditto white. Cotton ha* met with buyer* to a mvyiasate extent on rather lower terms If ides am mom noticed, and several parcel* of Weat India end South American have been taken at steady price*. Havax, June 14 ?A change of wind ha* brought a con siderable addition to our previous stocks of cotton. Bay ers, for some days appeared Inclined to defer purchasing in expectation of lower rates, hut import* maintained a steady aspect, and to-day a brisk demand was experienced

at an advance ol II from good ordinary and superior de scriptions. Sugar ia not much noticed, and pricos hare a downward tendency. fitnts of Trade. nsAnvoae ?Pieces are moved off in fair quantities, and the business doing at this period I* fully an average of for i mer season*, yirnt era now assuming a degree of firm. net* in price, and more diipoeition to buy, than tor ?ome timepait, which augur* morn favorahU for the future ? The opening of the different wool inaiketaat York, Don cftttrr he., lor the season somewhat obetruot* the buy urs, who, for a long timo, have been doing but little here, which caute* the demand for combing wool* to continue languid, and prices be rely maintained. The improvement at the recent colonial ?a!e* ha* tended to somewhat iin prove the demand for fine broke* und noil*, and for wbich recent prior* are fully maintained. HouoknarirLD ?The market ha* evinced aymptoma of dullneaa, and the buaiiiea* tiansacted ha* been on a terj limited icale. The excessive dry net* of the *ea*on, and the consequent scarcity of water, has had a seriou* ten dency in retarding manufacturing operation*,and hat been a mean* of preventing manufacturer* from producing good* for the market, and hence ariica the caure of the limited aupply of new ttyle* suitable for the winter trade. Buainee* in the warehou?c* i* likewise dull, w hilst the wool market 1* elinott *tationary, arising principally on account of the inlea of aolonial wool* in London, where price* are taid to be on the advance. Hilimi?Though perhaps there ha* not been much more husinea* in our iiall, there is evidently a batter feel ing in the trade generally ; and it i* thought that combing wool* will dow tike a fit mer position. Most of the ita plea seem inclined to hold tnthsr than submit to further reduction, tor they aro uttaiiy unable to purchase from the grower to meet the price* that have ruled in the market the last fortnight LrcDi?There continue* to be a very thin supply of balk roods brought to our cloth halls, particularly lor low qua litics, suitable for the shipping house* s such at present meet ready sale. Thcrewasavery lair quantity of thaw It an-! fancy clunking*, delivered to order during the last week On the whole there continue* to be a full average business doing, a* compared to the same period of the sea son of the l<t*t few year* The American house* stillcon tinu* busy, but the spring season being nearly over, and ?oo soon tor speculation for the autumn demand, theie h o in oonaoquence been but little doing in the warehouse* of those who depend solely on the home trade. ManciieSTKH ?We have not bad *o much doing in cloth at many anticipated; and though large quantities are buying for India and Chlua, still the production seem* to exceed the demand, and in consequence manufacturers are di-posed to accept rather less money than on this day se'nnigkt Good printing cloth is fully as dear, and the demand vary good. Domestics ate rattier lower, and not quite so much doing in them. Twist is se ling pretty lively, at prices no! quotably different. NVrTisiiHiM,? Thocottou cut up llose branch is brisk er than ever, and the master stocking*? cannot complex tl eir orders. The wrought cotton Hosts branch is still slowly decreasing in numbers; there being few or no np prentice* taken, the hands have employ ment. Many ot the wrought hands being old men, their numbers ate de creasing by death, or they are last sinking into the work house from inadequate wngrx. The drawer and pantaloon branch it still won-e, and tome of the principal master drawn.-.hand* assure us, that never, for a numhei of years, have tbey known a morn aeriou* depression; still we have the consolation to know that this is not total, one ol the principal houses still keeping their frames employed, whilst other ,'arge houses have wholly (topped their frame*. There is no improvement in the silk glove not in any branch of the silk hosiery trade The coton glove trade still keep* tolerably brisk ; the change of sea -on is taking place from cotton to woollen, though as y et but slirhtly. There is little or no improvemdnt in any of the varied departments of tpe Bobbin net trade, sales lire dull; and stocks are slightly accumulating, but still it ir not aerioutly so. The warp lace trade still eontiuues tol erably good. IIochdalk ?Wo had an improved demand for flannels ; but the manufacturers complain much at the wry low price* offered by the merchants. The wool dealers have not been vary pressing to sell at former prices, on account of a report very generally circulated, that, at tha colonial wool sales in London, that article fetched between Id. to lfd. more than at the last sales Saratoga Spring** [Correspondence of the Herald.] Saratoga Springs, July 3,1844 Dkar Sir :? Here I am quietly enscnnced in my room at the U. S. Hotel, wbich by the way, in the hands o( its present enterprizing and gentlemanly proprie tor?, is one of the most pleasant and orderly houses "the country through." This renowned watering place ia fast tilling up with strangers, who have come seeking for wealth, or for health, to show a pretty wile, or a new horse, to aee pretty girls, or may be to get a wile, and a for tune. Saratoga is at present as near a paradise a# wealth and art can make it. Its beautiful and r-hadetl streets?i s groves, and sparkling fountains ?the bright eyetj and rosy lips that meet you hi every step, are enough to make one satisfied with the present world, without any desire for a better one. Any one who would wish to see some of all classes, nations, and t ribro of the human family collected together-a miniature edition of the world?a sort of pocket universe?had better re pair hither with all possible speed and celerity, for Mich a miscellaneous collection from the four cor ners of the world was never got together since th* days when "all the world went up to Jeruealvtn." ^Tomorrow, you are aware, is the "glorioo lourth," on which we are all bound to feel pa triotic?swear there never was sn event quite a? stupendousand as glorious as the revolution,and no man as great and ua good as Washington, without, perhaps, it may be Capt. Tyler. Great preparations -ire making to celebrate the day in style. An oratot is engaged to tickle the tancica of the sovereign people, by telling them what a great, free, en lightened, intelligent and happy people they are, and if it had not been for Lafayette and General I'utnam they would all, instead of their present condition, be picking cotton in a 16 story factory, or digging ore with a ten pound shot chained to the left leg, and?bnt I will not anticipate the per formance, but leave the description of them to a subsequent epistle. I attended a concert this evening, given by Mr Andrews, son and daughter, from Troy, which was a rich and sumptuous musical treat. Miw Andrews, though young, uosessses a voice whose power is only surpassed by its richness. Phe is, also, very pretty, which, you know, is quite es sential to make a popular singer. Although there is n great number of strangers here, there is plenty of room for itiore, snd those who would see Saratoga in its bloom, and enjoy it. had better come immediately, and not wait till crowded August I shall remain here a number of weeks, and will keep you advised o( all the events oi the day. S. S. New York, Ju'y 3, 1S14. Mr. Editor In your paper of iins morning you state that the meeting of the whigs in Abingdon ?Square, on Tuesday evening last, was a failure, and that few persons attended it. Having attended the meeting ourselves, we beg to assure you that you have been entirely misinformed as to numbers, for it no one time, after nine o'clock, could there have been, to the best of our knowledge, less than five thousand persons assembled, up to the hour the meeting adjourned, at 11 o'clock, to lorm in pro cession under three bands of music, whence it pro ceeded to the residence of the Hon. Theo. Freling huyson, where, after hearing a short bnt happy speech from him, the dillerent divisions of the pro cession marched to their respective head quarters. Supposing your paper to be neutml in poliucs, we presume you are willing to correct any erroneous -?tiifeinenis respecting eith- r party, and by giving this an insertion will oblige, Many Which. Horrtbt.e Muhdkr in Boston.?Last night, about 12o'clock, a horrid murder was committed in Richmond street. Mr. James Norton, an Irishman, in th? employ of Mr Lull, (who keep* a stable and riding school in Mason afreet,) got into an affray in a house in Richmond street, wiih a negro named Peter York. Yoik I rat struck Norton with a ntnve ; the latter then rii>h?il Into the street, followed by Yorl-, who afterwards (tabbed t-d him twice with a dirk knife, one of which blow* reached the heart, and Norton proceeded hnt a few steps when ho fell deed York chaoged his clothoe immediately, with a view of eeceplng Ilia consequences of the deod s but he was recognized and arrested soon after, end, we understand, acknowledged the deed. A colored woman, named Elisabeth (.'lark, has also been arretted, but whe ther e? am accomplice or not, we are nneble to say. Yolk is 3d rears of age, and reelded In that part of Ann street called the " Black Sea." He will probably be examined this forenoon?Boston Mai', July a. Navai, ?The IT. N. schooner Phenix, Lieut. Com Sinclair, from Ohagres, via Carthagenm and Havana, 6} days from the latter place, with mail, arrived here, yesterday and anchored off the Naval Hospital. The I'henix has been absent only 39 days, hsvlng sailed from this port 38d of May. sailed fi The brig Persia, sailed from Carthagena on the I nth tilt, for New York. On the moming of the Wth passed a brig (?nnposed to ha the Persia) running under close reels, with a smart gale from H. and E. The barque John Harris, of Boston, sailed from Havana on the #7th tUt far Europe. Two brigs, names not known, sailed tho same day for Boston. The I'henix arrived at Havana, on the3?th tilt, in seven days from Carthagena, perhaps the quickest passage that ever wae made between the two places -Norfolk tin old, July 4. SnrBXNK Cotrt?Monday, July I ?Present? Ilia honor Chief Justice Nelwon and Justices Bron ?nn snd Beardtiey -3 Adams ads the ? henectad v Bank A. Dvckraan and at. va. Ward. 0 Same vs. Same Ti asbsr, Jnly 2?7. Thorn# k Thome vs Bell. 10 Thompson vs. Wooley. Default. 14 Campbell vs Whit man St Hunt. Judgment reversed, venire as novo W rnisr.soAV, July 3.?39. Purdy vs. Hasted. 3.1. West v*. Wharton It Ballard. New trial granted, costs to abide the event II. Lansing ads Cook New trial denied 30. Hiibrvt'.i It Scutta rs Clark. 07. Tower vs. UUca aud Schanectady Railroad Company ? ITNse Oeaefts boc. TRIAL OF POLLY BODINE. Thursday?TentH IHy-Jnry Discharged. At about half pact 7 o'clock in the morning, the Court , House bell was heard, and Judges Pauses, Wakd, and , Lvtlx, took their seats and ordered the prisoner to be brought into court. She came in accompanied by the Sheriff and appeared much paler and -non- depressed than at any former period of the trial. There but f.w iteraons in attendance, but among them we noticed en old wJmw named l'r.ce, from Long Neck. who had slept ... the Court House all night, ou ou? of the twnches in, ouler 10 be present at the rendering oi the verdict. 1 his wosnan has been in a tendenre nigl-t audd?> sinco the commence mint ot the trial, and ha. evinced much hitter,** ol foal mi. towards the accused The counsel for dolence were alfpresent, and District Attorney Class, ier the proaecu tiou. Judge Psasia?Mr. Sheriff, bring in the J<?7 The jury came in looking rather fatigued aud ""bT Clsss?Gentlemen of the jury aaswer to your names. CL?s-?^"Temen have you agreed upon your verdict I Ju "ge'rasssB- Oentlcmen, are you not able to agree upon your verdict 7 Komemais? No; we have not. Ji'in.K Paassa-Is there any point on which the Court can mihghien you relative to the law or the evidence! Kobluais?No, sir, none?noue hut conscientious scru i P1!,om? Paassa?conscientious scruples should not tie | allowed to en'er the jury bos, uoless they are tiiA scr pies relative to the clearin ss ol law or the evidence, a ..earing "p?n the case, am opposed to cap ta 1 puni?hin . nt slid have voted against it in tiie LvgisUtuis; but still have duty under the law, by it-nee ol death upon a convicted parly Hi quest on lieiore the jury wu* one oi uulh, uhd ?{"""? * !^drl. couseoueuce of a verdict was not a subject lor consider ation by any juror. Hie responsibility ol cons. ffue"^' retted far u?#re heavily upon the pntiding judge of the court than upou imy juror lUcii juror has v'tberauoni or affirmed to find a verdict of nthei guilty or""1 B X and in refusal to perform that duty ihey violate their pr o mise to Uoil and cian, place peijury upon lliwr sou! 1 he only question for Ihorn to consider was, wl'e1lu' tb?i accused was guilty or not guilt,-this was purely a niiestiou of luw nod tact, rr-stiug U|on the ?vii enc.e J' llie. It was very imported that the jury should ngrw - ftp interests of the community demanded some cone lu -ion, wliicl. it is hoped they would a nave atbeiorethey wiredi-charged. They ought to be furnished with re freshments, usf.tteen hours had now elapsed since they received any. and thn court had assented to such course I hey would, there ton*, retire ogam to thr.r take time for consideration, and endehvor to i.i rive ut some uniiuimous cor elusion. Hier" was ?o conscientious aoriiple involved, nnd t was an act ofjmtice that they owed tile prisoner ?t the bar not to keep her longer in suspense. (Here I oily much excited, and the tears liowed frouihercheiks pro fusel v.) J he tiiiil had occupied i, great length oi time ?nd they should upon a verdict l h Sheriff will provide such refreshments a. J ou Jesiro, and you wilt retire to your room lor luilher consulItatmn. The Foreman, Ilemy Dthurt, and John Lufoigi stepiH-d up to the bench, and the latter stand in a low tone that he wus much indisposed, and lli di 1 nut believe there wa" uny use ol keeping Iham to gether any longer. He (meaning Mr Derkei) had mad. up his mind, arid he would not alter it ; all the rest were una way, and it they staid there for a month he did not believn they would agree. 'I his opinion was confirm bv the fort-man, but the < ourt ordered them bank to thi it chamber for further advisement,in hopes that the ramarke made by the presidiug judge would produce a The Cottar re-assembled at half past 10 ?. ci ^;. *,,? ordered the Jury to bo called into I ourt. Being still ub able to agree they were discharged, and the accused re manded to priton for a naw trial in some other county They stood eleven fur conviction, and one for acquittal. SgOn motion oi C. D* Witt, K.?a , counsel lor Wsite, in dieted as en accessory alter the itct, the Court g:ratatvrl leave to allow him to ihi bailed iu'.the sum of *600, which it is supposed will be entered. The Court then adjourned for the term. Italian OrE*A.-Th?re was another yeryele-l gnat house at the second performance of L'ltalxana in Algtri, in which Madame Damoreau gave fresh delight and earned new laurels and bravos. She decidedly is the greatest singer who ever came to America, not evenMalibran excepted, who attain* ed only several years after her return to Europe, that celebrity of which Catalani had justly reason of being jealous. Darnoreau, although beyond that interesting period in which Balzac's/ewme detrenU ant plays such a conspicuous part, proteases not withstanding, sufficient personal attraction and iwcettiess of voice to sustain the arduous duties ol a prima donna, independent oi her irHnsrendam method, which is identified with her name, an.1 obtained for her so great a reputation, that eves Panteron, the celebrated author of the best work ever written on the art of ringing, solicited lici opinion ou his traite dc riant, and printed it amongst those obtained front Jfrosiiu, Cherubim. \lnyerbeer and others, composers of equal stand ipg The principal features which distinguish hei style are an unequalled purity ol intonation ant taste, in the fioriluri, with a never failing purity v execution. There will never be found an uniiecet. arv forcing of voice and breath, no meretnoiom ?moments, no shakes iniioduced for their owi sake, but always a pranittcmo never attuin sd liy any singer and a portamento, which none of the present .dive can surpass. fin great success in the Italiana is therefore quite natural; it is only to be regretted that she is not better sustained The part ol MiiBtapha decs rid belong to the very lew operas which V altelltnacai sing well, and it is, therefore, no injustice to asseri that he is below mediocrity in it. He labors h in t,. imitate Murioi, rolt .petto dtferro, but without ?mccess, unless it be lu the false intonation ?o. which both gentlemen ure celebrated. I th< opera of last night would bear the title of Mto Summer Night's Dream,"Antognini would desern a "well roared lion the public entertain not tin least doubt of the recovery of his voice, amies, very convemeutly tlispense with his loud singing Lie is not a tenor dijarxo hot di grazui, and -ill as such, always phase. Taddeo was intended lot i caricature ; Sanqujrico's conception of it war, therefore, quite in keeping with bis tole ; he sung moreover, very well, principally in he sneezing trtna, where he delivered himself of his crept ?n< non m?ro qui di qua most comically, as wellI as li hHt Rt'iu Paputaci Th<? chorus hud utile t? do, hut what Ihey did, miscarried. Latk from Burnos Ayrks.?We have receive the Buenos Ayres Packet to the 4th iusi. inclusive. On the 24th of April, an attack was m.ule on the Rosas party by Montevidcans, whsu the latter wer said to have been beaten with a loss of 400 killto and wounded The French Minister to the Argentine Confederation sailed lor France on the 31st of April, alto the Freer! consul general at Montevideo. Tlie latter, previous to hi* leparture, issued a notification to his country men, re quiring them to disarm anil distwnd, in compliance with n simlar requisition issned hy the admiral to the Men's videanigovernment; refusal of the latter to bs dormer hostile to llie relations existing between France and tin Oriental Republic. Time allowed for compliance, 34 hours Thereupon the Frenchmen ol the Ligion did as semble, declare themselves disbanded, and gave up thci arms to the Oriental (Joverumcnt ; lormal notice of whhb was given to the Fiench admiral. Rut the I.egionista im mediately repaired to a place in tb vicinity, where tl,? Oriental Minister el W ar w as waiting to receive them reaonncad their allegiance to France, dignified their di sire to he naturalized, and were at once a opt. d and pro claimed Oriental citizens. Of course their arms were at once restored to them, and they again enrolled themseivis tor the defence of the city. The admiral had taken no nn'icc of this denoumout, and it was presumed that h? would l.ave nothing more to say. Accounts had !>??<? r?reived froth Paraguay of a sort 01 change in the government. The eon??lar aystim h*. been Drought to a close, und a President had be, n chosen in the person of the Is'e first consul, f)on Carlos Antonu Lopez He was elected by the Congress. I.ass restricted commercial policy would tie pursued under the new gov eminent. Wai-kimo Match.~Elwortb, the Boston pedes than, commenced "walking a plank" in Boston on Wednesday, and was to walk for fifty two conse cutive hours without sleep or re*t. Wkstkrn Tradrrs.?Twenty-live mountain tra ders arrived here on Sunday from Fait, brtsging*l1tw packs of hwffaln rofies sod furs lor P. Cdaou tntU.Jr ik Co They left the Fort on the last day of Apr I. Shortly alter the establishment ol tbis new Fort, the com pany was annoyed by the lilackfeet Indians,aud a general fight aobecquentiy ensued between the traders and apart) of Indiana, in which 17 of the latter were killed, and ? few persons in the Fort were wounded. The Indian* have been jieaceahle ever since. The little Missouri was not very high, and there was no snow on the ground The season has been a fairon# lor the tradera. Ths t.'om pany has done veiy woll at Fort At. Pierre.? St. Lnum Reporftr, Junt 3d. Sot thkr!? Convention.?A meeting, held a' Crawford Court House, Ruasel! County, Alabama, on the Sth ull , adapted a series of resolutions moved b) i?en. James Masnilton, uuo ol which proposed a oonven Hon of the people of tha Aoutliun Hiatus, on tho subject of-slavery,and requests saitable arrangement.! to bo merit forthwith for at election, by Congressional Die rift* ii 'each State, on (he fit et Mondsy in Heptemlwr nrirt, of de legates to a f'o.ivention of Southern states, to be held>s Krhmond. Virginia. An address frem Ihe Committee ol Publication, ol which (Jen. Hamilton was Chairman. t< the people of Ihe Hlaveholding Stales, accompanies the restitutions. The purpose of tue Convention as declared in one of the resolutions is "to prevent the catastrophe ?f a dissolution of ths Union."? CAerfssfsn Cswris ITri? vr North Rivrr ox the Fol-rih ? TL? splendid steamer Troy, untltr ccuinturtl if her , magnificent Captain Goiliuin, litt the foot of Ber I clay street at 7 o'clock on the morning of the ! Fourth, with about 700 pan-engets on board, j bound on an excursion up North Kivrr. The day, ' aa every body knows, was the tinest which the clerk o! the weather was able to get up. trave a nebulous while fleece here and there r??|ceii jr quietly in the blue vault of heaven, there was not a cloud to obscure the pure rays of a rejoicing sun. Old Boreus, in his anxiety to distil gup-h himself favorably on so glorious an occnsiou, did exercise his bellows rather too freely ; for the breexe wn?^ so stiff that upon the hurricane deck, all the little boys and girls were obliged to buckle on their hats, and even some of the gentlemen had to fasten their braid hats with a satety stnrg, much you would secure an eye glues, or a dog well u ro|?e. The wind, however, gave every one pre- 4|e cisely the k;nd of weather he chose ; above it was cool, midst it was temperate, and below, in the cubin, tt whs warm The- company on hoard wis fashionable, and genteel. It was composed of gentlemen with their families, huebande, w ivvf, mothers, cliiidien, bro thers, sisters, and graphically i.h.strt.itd hy John Rogers and Lady with nine small child ren, and one at the breast. And a hap) ter tet of little fellows?a happier set 01 genhmen and ladies, weie never teen floating upon the bus. in of the Hudson. Many a luvel too,was there with tits sweet-heart; and with what delight did he point out to her all the undying curiosities of this noble river?s-in kerVBay?.Viuiihattanville?Fort Lee? ihe I'alisade.s?Fort Washington (where Aldeiman Carman whs c? lehrating the day tn royal styb )? Yonker*?Sing Sing,and the State prison?living's <>wn Tmrytown, and Sleepy Hollow, v litre flourished ihe immortal Ichahod Cram?ihe t.lace where Andre was en} lured by Paulding, Van Wert, and \Vi limns?the whole line of the mighty Cro ton aqueduc ?Stony Point an^West l'? int. with all their chronicles ol revolutionary times,?speci ally those relating to Arnold's treason?old Bull's Head, the Sugar Loaf, Anthony's Nose, and die fforse Race -J'eektkiir, Nnwhu gh. arid 111 the other flourishing towns and villages, and alto ih? distinguished villas upon the bunks of the river? in short, curiosities which we have neithej time, space, nor memory to enumerate. It was one rapid succession of rock and cottage, wide 1-preuil lorest, and cultivated field, green meadows, and country mansion, proud mouriiions, und lowly val leys, the barren deserted heath, and the busy thronging village, und the still larger cities. Some hundreds landed at West Point, und mora hundreds continued on. Great numbers got out at Newburgh, and still the number left on board was apparently son ci v diminished. A short distance this side of Poughkeepcie tha Troy met the Empire, commanded by another noble specimen of a North River steumhont cap tain in the person of Captain Hie. '] he Empire is said to be tlie longest vessel afloat, and it w ill pro hubly be long until its superior is built. May its shadow never be lets. These two crack-boats met and embraced each other in the midst of the river, and all who chotc transferred themselves Irom the Troy to the Em pire in order to return to the city, (as tlieii card facetiously expresses it,) "in season to enjoy the moit rational stnusi ments of the evening." After taking on board ubotit ti()0 |His.engers at Newburgh and West Point, Captain Roe served up one of the most elegant dinners that weie eaten any where upon the Fourth of July. At a little past 6 P. M., all were landed in safety in New York, with nought having occurred to mar the unalloyed happiness of any one on board. Court of Error*. This court ha* adjourned, and meat neat at Buffalo. Circuit Court. July 6.? IP. J}. Binth tt of- n.Salomon MrCullagh it of ? This was an action of ntstimpsit. On the 1st ot February, 1843, an attachment waa fanned from the Court ot Com mon Pleas, signed by Judge lngli*, against dulendant Mc Cullugh, who subsequently applied for un on'tr of dis '-.barge, and passed a Pond in conjunction u ith pnitns of ? he namo ol John Petigan mid tfaiuuel Hoheits 'Ihe iiond thus given under toe attui.hmnit at law. winch waa Drought by Booth againat defendant was lorleited, suJ ilia ,il?iiitiff ?uea tint securities Vkk Ik* dlfnidnl iu,' tha foileilure. the amount claimed being $4,?W. T he couit adjourned over Common Plcaa. Before Judge UUboe Iter. July 6.? So'Hvrl ft Sptlmnn, n. Mntri Y. Btnrh sod J. Tiacy. Tliis was an sction ot trover. In Match, loll, he (l.-letidaiit seized, under an ixccution, the property of a party named Moran. living in Spring strwec, cunaiating of stove-, ltd., on a claim ot debt. The plaintiff Spelmtn, lowborn the property w as mor'gug. d, proceeds lor the ? ecovery theieul , the case involvts the main question of l.ct as to the validity of the deed of nioitgaga. Theca.e was tried b.fore. The jury will render a sealed verdict diia monung. General Mciilom. Fridst, July A ?Datura Recorder Tali.maik.k, and Al dermen Data* and Kmmom ? M. C. PfiTkHtoN. Kiq , lbs ttict Attorney. I'lta kJ Guilty ?Henry 8 Hinder withdrew hi* plea of not guilty to an indictment loi obtaining f.243 63 worth of good* ou tha I At ol December l*?t from Mrstra Wulitma u. Co No 63 William stioet, by false*, and plra.i .*1 guilty to the charge. Ill* sentenco w a* jioitponed till I'hnraday next. 'JYiul Jitr I'mhc Pritmeti,? Bow-en 8. Fester v. a* put on hi* triel indicted lor obtaining u hill ol goods to thu imnuut ol neatly $600, In October last, tiom Messrs. iat.w At Hnutsagton, dry good* merchants, No 72 Beat er (treat, by false pretence*. Foster repre?ented io Vfr Huntington that haacnj one .(I the tirm ol Font r At Be Iknap, of West Ley den, Lewi* county, N Y , that he was doing a vrry prtihtahiu Irnii .re**, and that he wa? wortli over fftnnti lnid a hum. Ac., hat hi* |iartuer, Belknap had also money etntiaikeil in he concern, which representation! alter u aid* proved, a* * alledgrd, untrue, but ou the lact* of which a credit *a? giv n on Dotea which were never cashed. and that on .ne of the |rarinerv ot the tirm of Larew It t o p'# eeding to W?t Ley den, ha found the itote ol the te nsed and Be.knap cioaed. Foster hid gone to Utic*, ?nd the goods purchased had been sold at a aacralicr. This ciitt wa* tried in the May N rm of 'tie court, and h? jury could no'agree upon a verdict Tlia testimony "ring fully repotted on th? tnul, it ta consequent, ly unnecessary to recapitulate i. at the ptrvei.t Ldwin W 8torrghton, loop, was useoriatpil with the District Attorney lor the prosecution, and David Graham, cisq., conduced the defence. Alter Mr. Graham and the District Attorney had ium< ?ned up, tiro court adjourned to Hatutday at Id o'clock, when the Recorder will charge the Jury, and the cut ha ?otunii ted to them. Adjourned. Court Calendar?-Title Day< CracotrCourt. ?No* 67. ?U 81, 61, 6S, 61, 68. 66, 67, 66, tf?, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 76, 76, 77, 78. Shortkut Passaok from California ?The ship California. Captain Aither, which anivrd at this port on dAiurdar. With ult, sailed Irom Ban Diego, Match 6, thus iccomplishing the voyage in one hundred aji<l AtUrii lay a. The ihorieit previous pa?sspe wu* that ol the brig I'ligrim, Faucon, In one bundled and eighteen days. Tiik Wrkcf of tub <?RAJurir?.?Captain Talicr of the whnle slop Mnrttpe Iter nrrivrd nt this port >? e eiday. inform* in that on the 26th of June, the Bermuda Glands bearing W N W., distant Ave leagues, lie ti ll in with a vessel l>ottum up, or neatly to, h** i- g the *| j -sr oice ol a twenty gun schooner, toiemast gvine, mRii.utxst and how sprit trmatning, apparently neatly new. II* r ?opjs'r appeared good, pait ol the falve heel and poit slwt ters gone, and bad apparently Wen in that situation Ave orati month* The wreck was doubtless t >at ot the I . d schooner Grampus, which wst last heard of, we be Here, off the Bermuda* ? ALto Urd/ord Bfrrury. ?r-t a.i.'iiM* i ..I ? . . ? asm BY OHDF.ll OK AARON VANDKHFUkL, June* of ihe Bnpe-ior Or art of the City of Near York, Notts* is hereby fivsa, pnrvuat t to the piovttioct of the 'SlDteaiith rising attachments sgtinat n?r.-re?ide> I deblnp, hat an aiisehmewt hat itsaej sgai ?t the ?ti|? of f II tliLi H NiCllOLS* a resident of Ancniqi. in Holland, and'list it e .tar will be sold for the pat in-nt ol bit debts mile** he <tu?M , ud discharge tuch stt irhmeni, ?? eo?>io( to law. within an a iion'hs the first ouWirsii. a of thiv oone*; and ihit ths . ayuunl of say debts das to him by ie*ide*>it of ihn stais, sod he d'liM ly to li.m ur fur bit s*?, of any t'ri'i *rtc within this tateb- b.agm* to h.oi sad the trvatfer of tay tash proprrty ly vim .are forbidden by law sod ar* void. Dated theTtli day of Krbinary, IM4 WRNfi KN <l KD WARDS, Attorneys lor Attaching ( irthler rartl ttawVra*re FOR i*aL>. OR TO L?.T?The btodsome thre.. story lirick H^ose and Let No. 7> Auihoay st eet, aear Hrusdwar. T > l? sold "B ea?y crm*. or will be rented io*v to a goodU'BAr.t. App.y ? 1|A>1,LTOJ| jv2 J?Atf1?r*tr ti Pi'ost e- ? _ For ThE *? fTSTT If JOriN WHY1 >.Ti it fh" f.'aee you im flnd a great Variety of Roots and Fho??. I'.aan JH give hi si * call, aud yo.i will ftnd that >o rhra. aes*. | ,#Mnev? f.ith .mi sod daral'illty hlttt ck i* a' as roused by | or in ib'il y. Hum No ft Ita.rd Avenue, aetw-en 7tb *rd ! rtli vt'tot jil I in ' _ C} I r,(l 'IGt se-Al y pertoa htvlag a iliht bUM'i. ?t. eaiy yj I C/v/ III sri|U femer I. 'n i'i?ime<? nf f t the ho?? tern i * S'.dre*- to Aite t, llerild Odi-e, N. Y. N It ? A I ti ? . I.) -. I I i. J * I Jte.i? ' i r - TO~uiK N tTPts . L'OH SALK?A rery InnOimr.e I ase of lotlrnmen ? will bi ?? told *t a fur price. Any perroa with as to |ufch**e, please address "Dentist," this oflw Jt ?

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