Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 28, 1844, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 28, 1844 Page 2
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. Vol. X., No. *4311? Whole Ho. 3831/. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1844. Price Two Cent*. THE NEW YORK HERALD. aoqkeoate circulation THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND. THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD. To the Public. THE N1.W YORK HERALD?Daily Newspaper?pub lished every day of the year sacept New Year's Day and Fourth of July. Price 3 cents per copy?or $7 36 per annum?postages paid?cash in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD?published every Saturday morning?price Q]t cents per copy, or $3 13 per annum?post age. paid, cash in advance. ADVERTISINGS are informed that the circulation of the Herald is over THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND, and increasing fast. It hat the largeet circulation of any paper m thie city, or the world, and, it, therefore, the heet channel for bumntu men in the city or country. Prices moderate?cash in advance. PRINTING of all kinds executed at the most moderate price, and in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, Proprietor or the Herald Establishment, Northwest comer of Fulton and Nassau streets. BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM SHIPS. Friday Aug. 33,... at 7 P. M. Saturday, Sep. 7,... at do Monday, " 33... at do Tuesday. Oct. do Wednesday, " 33... at do Thursday, Nov.7... at do _ Of 1300 tons and GO horse power each.? Under contract with the Lords of the Ad^ ?miralty. H1BEKNIA.. Captain Alexander Ryrie. CALEDONIA, Captain Edward G. Lott. ACADIA,. Captain William Harrison. BRI1 ANN IA Captain John Hewitt. CAMBRIA, ..... . .Captain C. H. E. Jndkins. Will sail from Liverpool and Boston, via. Hulfax, as follows: From Boston. From Liver]>ool. Caledonia, Lott... ... August 16th. ? Acadia. Harrison. ..Sept. 1st. August 4th. Hibernia, Ryrie " 16th. ~ 30th. These vessels carry experienced surgeons, and are supplied with Life Boats. For freight or passage, apply to D. BR1GHAM, Juu.. Agent, autre No. 3 Wall street. FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. The Royal Mail Steamships ACADIA, and HIBERNIA, will sail from Boston, for the above ports, as follows :? ACADIA, W. Harrison, Esq., Commander, on Sunday, Sep. 1. UIBERNfA, Alex. Ryrie, Esq., " on Monday, "16. Passage to Liver|>ool (130. Passage to Halifax 30. Apply to D. BR1GHAM, Jr., Agent, _nn22m 3 Wall street. 1844.] THE NEW STEAMBOAT [1844. EMPIRE, CAPTAIN D. HOWE, Will leave BUFFALO for CHICAGO, on hill DAT, 23d of August, at 7 P. M., and perform her tri|>s regularly duriugldw sea son, as follows UP. DOWN. LEAVES BUFFALO. LEAVES LHICAUO. Saturday, Aug.23... at 9 A. M. Monday, Sept. 16... at do Tuesday. Oct. 1... at do Wednesday, " 16... at do Thursday " 31... at do ? Friday, Nov. do The EMPIRE is 360 feet in length, 33 feet 8 inches beam, 14 feet 3 inches hold, measuring 1330 tons, and is the largest steam boat afloat pi inland waters. Engine 600 horsepower, boilers Krovided with Evan's Pateut Safety Valves, to prevent the possi ility of an explosion. The Cabiu is 330 feet long, with separate Saloons for Ladies and Gentlemen?spacious State Rooms extend the whole length, ventilated by doors 0|iening from the iuside and out, and all parts of the boat are finished and furnished in a style unequalled by any other in the world. Ample accommodations for Steer age Passengers, in four large well ventilated Cabins, one of which ts appropriated exclusively to females. The boat is provided with a good band of music. Wilxins, Marsh k Co., Buffalo,) H. Norton k Co., Chicago, > Agents. J. N. Elbert, Detroit, S D. N.rArNEY, Hi CO.. August 1, 1844. Cleveland. au8tonvlrc GRAND TEMPERANCE EXCURSION TO VERPLANCK'S POINT. yarst ON MONDAY, Sept. 2, at the solicitation of P. iTiu'. gf many who were uuable to visit this delightful SE_aoXC2E_ spot, at the late Temperance Jubilee, given by tins Harrison Union, No. 3, Daughters of Temperance, and of inaiiy more who did attend on that highly interesting occasion, they have been prevailed upon to repeat the excursion in its for* nier true pic-nic style, each bringing their own provisions. A table, however, will be supplied with the goodly things of the season, for those who may wish to |iartake of them. The splendid steamboat South America is engaged for the day, and the. Washington Brass Band, and an excellent choir of sing ers, will be in attendance, so that nothing will be wanting to inako this excursion equal to the former. The steamboat will leave tlie foot of Barclay st. at 7 o'clock, A. M.; Rivinglon street at half-past 7; Catharine street at quar ter to 8; < "anal, street at 8; and Amos street at quarter past 8. Tickets 37>a cents, to be had at the following places :? John Martiu, 176 Orchard street; Elias Combs, 268 Grand st; Benj. Wilt, 226 Division st; H. Hequa, comer 19th st. and 9th avenue; E. H. Hozier, 175 Bowery; John F. Russell, 34 Nor* folk st; Isaiah Bartley, 109 Chprltnn st; Wm. J. Pell, 149 Suf folk st; John W. Oliver, Printing Office cor. Nassau and Ann sts; Hiram Tliorne, 73 Ridge st; Geo. Jackson, 577 Water st; Joseph Dennis, 31 Pitt street.; Luke llassert, 13 Avenue D; W. A. Cromwell, 85 Clinton street; A. P. McNaughtou, 323 Madi son street; Wm. J. Spence. CO Fulton street; Dr. J. B. Dennis, 429 Grand street; John W. Braisted, 83 aveuue D; C Shepard, 191 Broadway, opposite John st.; Jas. Stockwell, Croton Lunch; Curtis' Drugstore, 43Bowery; T. 8. Marshall, leader of the W. B. Band. 149 Ludlow St., also of either of the Ticket Committee ; also by Mr. George Hall, Brooklyn, and at the Post Office, do au37 St* p NOTICE. FREIGHTS FOR RALTIMORE. SHIPPERS OF MERCHANDIZE from New York to Baltimore, are res|iectfully re quested to have their goods consigned to the un dersigued. at Philadelphia, and not to reck k Clyde, they having sold out their interest in the Ericsson Htesmboat Line, between Philadelphia and Baltimore. All goods consigned to the under signed at Philadelphia, will be forwarded the sama day as re ceived, sud delivered in Baltimore early nest morning, at the lowed rates. A. GROVES, Jr., Agent, au27 6tec No. 19 South Wharves, Philadelphia. PLEASANT AND CHEAP EXCURSIONS. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. NEW BRIGHTON, PORT RICHMOND. (8TATEN ISLAND,) AND NEW YORK FEliRY. From Pier No. 1, North River, foot of Battery Place. The Steamboat CINDERELLA, will ran as ? follows. Daily, from May 30th to October 1st, ^1844 :?Leaves New York at 9 and 11 o'clock, A. M., at 3X. 6 audi P. M. Leaves Port Ricnmond, at 30 minates to 3, and 10 minutes to 10A.M.;atl,4Xand6XP.M. . Leaves New Brighton a! 8 and 10 A. M.; at IX, 5 and 7)4 P. M. On Sunday?Leaves New York, at 9 and 11 A M.; at 3, 6 and I P. M. Leaves Port Richmond, at 30 minutes to 8 aud 10 A.M; at 1, 5 and 7K P. M. New York, May 18, 1844. myll 6m*rc 8UMMKH ARRANGEMENT. NEWARK -ND NEW YORK. FAKE ONLY lJMCENTS. THE NEW AND SWIFT STEAMER RAINBOW, CAPT.sIN JOHN GAFFY. -aat On and after Monday. May 13, will ran a* Ac?fiSeCje follows Leave Newark, foot of Centre st, at S^w3K3Ew7>k A. M. and 1 fi P. M. Leave New York, foot of Barclay su at 10 A. M. and 4 P.M. On Siljidays?Leave Newark at 8 A. M. and 2 P. M. and New York at 10 A. M. and 4 P. M. Freight carried at very reasonable rates. May Iflth. 1344. aptrc STAT UN ISLAND FERRY. FOOT OF WHITEHALL. ?Tbe Boats will run as follows nntil further notice J? , LEAVE NEW YORK: 6, I, 9, 10, 11. A. M.; 1, 3. 5. 6. 7, P. M. LEAVE STATEN ISLAND : 7, 8. 9, 10, 11, A. M~; 1, 2, 3, 4, S, 6, 7*. P. M. On Sundays, ev?ry hour, from 8 A. M. to 7 P. M.?1 P. M. executed. FORT HAMILTON AND NEW YORK. Lseve New York, 6 A. M.; 3}i P. M. " Fort Hamilton 7H H. M.; 4>j| P. M. ? Sundays excepted.) IN AND NEW YORK. Leaves New York, 6 A. M.; 2 and )>,' P. M. " Clifton, 7* A. M.-.3* and Ci P. M. j30 (Sundays excepted.) NEW YORK, ALBANY AND TROY STEAMBOAT LINE. F?R ALBANY AND TROY.-Moming ? Line from the foot of Barclay street, lauding -at intermediate places. ^.vlPlRE, Captain S. R. Roe, Monday, Wednes day and Friday Morning at 7 o'clock. The Steamer TROY, Captain A. Gorham, Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday Morning, at 7 o'clock. Evening Line from the foot of Courtlandt street, direct. Tlu- Steamer SWALLOW, Captain A. McLean, Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evening, at 7 o'clock. The Steamer ALBANY, Captain R. B. Macy, Tuesday, Thursday and Salnidav Evening, at 7 o'clock. The Boats of this Line, owing to their light draught of wa ter, are able at all times to pass tin bars, and reach Albany and Troy in ample time to take the morning train of cars for the east or west. For passage or freight, apply on board, or at the offices on the wharves. _____ m!7rrc PEO'fLE'H IJNE OF UTE.iMBOA'l8 FOK. ALBANY. DAILY, Sundays excepted?Through direct, ? at 7 P.M., from he Steamboat Pier between K>Courtlnndt and Liberty streets, bout KNICKERBOCKER, Captain A. P. St. John, Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evenings at 7. lire Steamnoat ROCHESTER, Captain A. Houghton, on Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday Evenings, at 7. At Five o'clock, P. M.?Landing at Intermediate Places. The Steamboat COLUMBIA, Captain William. H. Peck, Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday Afternoons, at 5 o'clock The Steamboat NORTH AMERICA, Captain R. O. Crut tenden, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Afternoons, at 5 o'clock. ... Passengers taking either of the above lines will 'arrivo in Albany hi ample time to take the Morning Train of Cars for the rast or west. The boats are new and substantial, are fur nished with new and elegant atats rooms, and for s|ieed and ac commodations, are unrivalled on the Hudson. For passage or freight, apply ou hoard, or to P. C.| Schultx, at the Office nil the wlinrf. au2brrc Ft>k~BATH, GARDINER AND 11ALLOWELL. The new steamer PENOBSCOT. Captain ? N. Kimball, leaves the end ofT wharf, Boston, . . ?*very Tuesday and Friday evenings, at 7 o'clock. Stages will be in readiness on her arrival at the above place.-, to convey |iastengers to the neighboring towns. FOR LOP. DON?Regular Packets of the 1st Sept. ?The nrst class, fast sailing regularpackrt ship ST. IJ AMES, Capt. Myers, Will sail ss above, her regular day. Having very superior accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage iwssengers, persons intending to embark, should make immediate application ou board, or to JOSEPH McMURRAY, 109 I'?e street, corner of South street. N. B.?Persons destrons of sending Tor their friends, can have them bronght oat in the above vessel or any of the regular pack ets sailing weekly, by applying as above, if by letter poet mid. P. 8.?Drafts given, payable at sight for any amount, on the Provincial Bank of Ireland, payable at their respective branches throughout the country, also, on Messrs. Spoouer, Atwoodlk Co., Hankers, London, payable la every town in Greet Britain. naUre TO THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC. PASSENGER ARRANGEMENT FOR 1S44. The Subscribers having completed tlirjr arrauk.fft'nM are now prepared to brint out passengers from Great Britain and Ire and by the following first class Bucket Ships, ?f which "" 1 ut*6tJl' Ulh'16U|. ai't tutl ami. of Hw,ry- New York, Sheridan, Virginia, Liverpool, Cambridge Houh,k3a' S'ddoiw, Geo. Washington, fe?1 A?l,hurt,m' EngKl,dU,M' AiiT'K iUmcT"' information s"tewbE?* for t,'eir a"i,i,c"ion forwardT!il'j^e?b!!.,!ir!'r-PB?' th" 0,T.'"? of "vigatiou, to vUEriefc^tI'toBnffto Albany and Troy, and To all porUofthe CppereLakes ""*nned'"<! "laces. all paru?oKad?a 'fc!'"' Purl HoP*' Coburg- Kin??to?- "?d ?uLt?vl.a'1Ohm Vt'a?.^lr'U'hal<^'1? Von}rPal ?"d Quebec, Canada to Portamouth, Cincin ri 11 e"illil^i?\lUi ^to PitUburg, Cincinnati, Louis sll .mrt. ,1r "ir1? ? lo .%?r to St. Louis, Mo.; and to Territory. ^ W?"?ia Sshvl?^ ?" any l?rt of Kngland, fecoftaud or Ireland, payable ZXpSfiXm ' '*"?to X**~?r in ^ a,"ouut* ... , ,, OFFICES AND AGENTS. RwwCO' la?,s*te street, Boston. - J ' W "vr?f"'l,t'rfi7U!'.,oa Building, Providence, K. I. J. W. Mills, 3 Wall street, and 16 k rout street. New Fork. fLVdii * ai1, 43 Wrd ,trm- Philadelphia, baud lord Ac Shoemaker, 7 Light street, Baltimore.Md* k'ri ? K*change, Albany, N^Y?"* ' ' ** 8. Clark, L/J River street, Troy, N. Y. ..... ? ? Utica, N. Y. W.'A. Cook, Syracuse, N. V. ... .. .. . Hoc heater, N. Y. W. H. Cook, Buffalo. N. Y. 11. k itxliugh Ik Co., Oswego, N. Y HARNDKN It CO. Flt?M GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND BY 'IHE BLACK BALL OR OLD LINE OK rH ... f , .LIVERPOOL PACKETS. I nailing Rom Liverpool on the 7th and 13tli of everv mouth 1 I 10 the Old Country for tlwir fri, da1 [ k l l necessary arrangements with the Subscribers, and have them come otft in this superior Line of i'arkt'U Hail in* Thev wm'ilUo ll>UUCtfi*l!y ?" . 7th,?nd 19th of every mouth i l B* also have, a first rate class of American trading shins Vfery V.1 2?'" thSre!,y *ff"rd'n? weekly communication from that port, ?ne of tlie firm, (Mr. James D. ltoclie ) i, patch'. *"* he forwarded with care and des Should the parties agreed for, not come out, the money will iretuijied to those who nU it h.~ itil..." i ",^j?Son comprise 6 June 6 Oct. 6 Mar. 6 July 6 ?.... win narreu lor, not come out. the m ' iotxH^MkU'CA. rmon*y 10 their flativas, can ROCHE, BROTHERS II CO. 34 k ulton street. New York, N n _TVOU , ? , ,n?*t uoor to the Fulton Bank. I'- oa I iiHjOld Line of Liverpool Packets sail from this nnrt fneiil'iSrHs'r lat fAb of each mouth. Parliea returu twe to ?l2t t?^S3rire 1 ? C" ^ tlleir comfurt end advan ce to mi*cither for tW conveyance, in prefer je!4 4m*rc T^E NEW LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS, th^hofea^hmo^th:-^ ?U the ^ from Liver,Kn,l on Eron New York. L'pool New Ship LIVERPOOL, 1140 toua. 21 k'A. J. Ehlridge. /April 31 June )Aug. 21 ?-? N. Shin QUEEN OK THE WEST f^?"'y 21 1340 tous P. Woodhouse. '(Bay 21 omy o )8ept. 21 Nov. 6 New Ship ROCHESTER, 840 tons, ) 2' April 6 John Britton. t.I1"? 2' Aug. 6 I jOct'r 21 Uec"r 6 Ship HOTTENGUER, low tout ?M?rch21 M?y 6 IraBursley. (Tv 21 Hept. c I Ihe eflfuf Lat 1 ci'^a". Ships, all bSi|'tyiu i i 'r? New Y ork, are commanded by men oh experience cach montk.*1' despatched punctually on tlie 21st of Ctliiiis ace elegant and commodious, and are furnished With whatever can conduce to tlie ease and comfort of-passcn Price of Passage, f 100. ^Neither the Captains or owners of these Hhii>s will be reaixm s?: a:.?;?vKla7 - ?sss h or freight or |iassage, apply to WOdDIlULL It MINTURN8, vitLDtNr.Wifl'rfoWo0;' Liverpoo LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS m. m. m. m. awiiS^MaSRiS'SSs The CAMBRIDGE, ^T?u^r*' /Vom i .860 tons, ? rk-a ? y Th. ENGLAND, B""tow'i 740 tuna, The OXFORD, 8' Barll'U* 800 tons. The MONTEZUMA?d'bOD'' 1000 tons, Tha.EUROPE, A B Lowbw' 618 tons. The-NEW YORK. (Lw")^'' 940 tous, Tho'COLUMBOT, 'f Iff 1 700 tons, ^ < Jan. 1 FVb." j ^YORKSHIRE, ^ ,i #'?. 1 1040 tous >Jau. I6 Msrch Tk D. G. Bailey./May 16 July i,. il,"iHT i1" IU* not ?"rpas*"*d in point of elegance or comfoi by?an^ve*?l.*""h?,Ua1^UOU,, ?' ^ faJt *a'1""{ "ualit'<' The commanders are well Imown as men of characterise. rmw!inCfli r*l ,trjcteu attontion will always be paid u promote the comfort and couveninnce of j>asseuKcre. heretofore*. ' " """ ^ day masli.K, will be observed i i juiy Oct. 1 Nov. k/b. I Mar. June 16 Dec. ??? 16 Dec. keb. 16 April i {H,y ' Aug. i Nov. 1 Dec. March 1 April |u|y 16 Sept. Nov. 16 Jan. March 16 May Au?. 1 Sept. Dec. 1 Jan. April 1 May Aug. 16 Oct. Lrc- 16 Feb. April 18 June u.'SLS.transs? z .;ifi "c ^ captain or owners of these Ships wiH be resnor sible for any letters, parcels, or packages sent by tliein utiles MS?,?wiyto * 'i,fUed t,,er,for- k'?r freight or j2f)tf and of these Ships wiH be respor kages sent by tliein uule aerator, k'sr freight or jia OOODHUE It CO, 84 South street. L. H. MARSHALL. 38 Burliug Slip. N Y BARING. BROTHERS Sc"-Q. ",''1^1 m m. M. M. m fewhavrJTackets. becnnd Line?The Shi pi of this Line will hereafter leave New York on the lit, and Havre ou the 16lli of eacb month, u fol low?, via: From Nrw Fork. From Havre. New Ship ONhjDA, flat March, C 16th April, Captain < lit July, < 16th Auguit, Jamei Funck, f Ut November, ( 16th December, Ship BALTIMORE, flit April, f 16th May, Captain < lit Auguit, < 16th September, Edward Kunck.f lit December, ( 16th January, ShipUTICA, flit May, v 16th June, Captain, < lit September, < fcth October, h rederick Hewitt, r lit January f 16th February, New Ship St. NICHOLAS\ lit June. t 16th July, Captain < lit October, < 16th November, J. B. Bell.r lit Kebruary, ( 16th March. Tlie accommodation! of theme ihipi are uot surpassed, com biniiiK all (hat may be required for comfort. The price of cabin puiaiir im $1110. f aiieugeri will be iup|died witli every rrqui aite, with the evcenlion of winei and liouort. Ooodi intended for theme veiieli will be forwarder by tlie sub acrilieri, free from any otlier than tlie rt|<euaea actually incurred ou llwm. Kor fought or passage, turply to BOYD & HINCKKN, Agents. je25 ec No. 9 Tontine Buildings, cor. Wall and Water iti. JHlRjiNUFMENTH FOR 1844. OLD' ESTABLISHED PASSAGE OFFICE. 1U0 Pine itniet, comer of Sooth. m m. m. m. TIIK Subicriber Oogm leave to call lite munition of Im Irieudi and the public in general, to the following arrangement! for IBM, for the puriMwe of bringing out Cabin, MCihin, and Steer age I'aiaeiigeri, by tlie Regular cine of Liverpool PackeA, mail ing tlie lit, 6th, lllh, 16th,2lit and 26th of every month. By the Loudon Packets to tail from New York, the lit, 10th and 10th?and from London on tlie 7th, and 27th of each mon th. In connection with the above, and for tlie pursue of affording ?tillgreater facilitiee to |>asviigere, the Sulncriber liai eilahliih ed a regular line of Grit claai New York built, coppered and coppered fattened ihipi, to lail punctually every week through out the year. Kor the accommodation of persona wishing to remit money to their familial or friendm, drafts are given, payable at light, on the following Banki, via.:? Provincial Bank of Ireland, payable at Cork, Lpnerick, Clonmel, Londonderry, Sligo, vveiford, Belfast, Waterford, UaTway, Armagh, Athlone, Coleraiii, Ballinn, Tralee, Youghal, Knniskillan, Monaghan, Bainbridge, Ballymena, Parmenitown Downpatrick, t avail, Lurgan, Omagh, Dungannon, Bandon, Knnis, Ballyihatinon, Straliaue. Hkihlienren, Mallow, Moneymore, Coolchill, Kilruih, Dublin. Hkibbreru. Scotland?The City Bank of Glasgow. England? m-iira. Bponnrr, Atwood & Co., Banker*, London; K. Murphy, Waterloo Road, Liverpool; payable in every town hi Ureal Britain. Kor further information, (if by letter post laid,) apply to JOSEPH Mo MURRAY, 100 Pine atreet, . oomer of South ureet, New York, Or Meeara P W. BYltNEH fc CO.. K Waterloo Road. l.ifhnwvhl KOR NEW ORLEANS?UNION LINK OK PACK ETH?Poaitively Kirat Regular Packet?To iali m. n a few dayi. 'J'he very iu|>erior, fait tailing packet ship UNDlANA, Capt. J. S. Bennett. Tenons wishing to embark for the South ihould make early application to JOSEPH McMURRAY, 100 Pine itreet, comer of South. P. 8.?The accommodations for paaaengeri are very luperioi Md berth* ean be eeewed by applying u above. au?ra m NK(V LINK Ok' LIVKRHOOL PACKETS. Jo sail from New York ou th- M?h and Liverpool on lite Uui of each month. w NKW ghip 10SCJII8, Captain John Colima, 26th July. Slop HLpDQNH, Captain E. B. Cobb, 36th AnKUst. Ship SHERIDAN, Cantain F A. llepeysler, 2tilh Sept. Ship UAlilUCK, Captain B. I. H'Tam, 36 ill Oct. , . FKOM LIVERPOOL. Ship SHER1 DAN, Captain A. De|ieyslar, 11th July. Ship OARR1CK, Captain B. I. H Trask, 11th Amftul. Ship ROBCIUS, Caplaiu John Collins, Uth Sept. Ship S1DDON8, Captain fc. B. Cohlt, 11th Oct. These sh|>s are all of the first class, upwards of 1000 tons, hi ilt in the city of New York, with such improvement* us Combine great s lured with unusual comfort for passengers. Every care has beeu taken in the arrangement #f their accom modations. lire price of passage hence is f 100, for which am ple stores will be provided. These slops are commanded by eiperienoeil musters, who will make every exertion to give g> in *t i satisfaction. Neither the Captains or owners of tire ships will ba responsi ble for any letters, parcels or packages scut by them, unless re gular bills of laden are signed theralor. For freight or passage apply to K. K COLLIN'S St CO., 56 South street, New York, or to BROWN, SHIPLEY Hi CO., Liverpool. Letters by tire Packets will be charged 12)4 cent* per single etter, AO cents per ounce, aud newspa|iers I cent each. in2rc FOR LONDON.?Packet of the tilth Sept.? .The splendid new Packet Shin NORTH! MBF.IL iLAND, Captain 1L H. CJriswold, sails positively as above Iter regular day. This ship lias excellent accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers. These wishing to secure berths should not fail to make earlyfapplication on hoard, or to w. it j. t. tafsc6tt, n27ec 76 South street, corner of Maiden 1-ane. FOR LIVERPOOL?Regular Packet of tlie 6th .Sept.?The first class, fast bailing, regular Packet sSlup ASHBURTON, Captain Huttlesoii, will sail iu above, her regular day. Having su|>e.rior accommodations for,cabin, second cabin and storage passengers, persons intending to embark should make immediate application ou boartL foot of Maiden Lane, or to JOSEPH McMURRAY, 100 Pine street, corner of South. The above will be succeeded by the Packet Ship Stephen Whitney, Captain Thompson, and will sail ou the 11th ol'Sept, her regular day. N. B.?Persons desirous of sending for their friends, can have thein brought out in either of the above vessels or iu any of the regular packets, sailing weekly, by applying as above, if by letter, post iwid. P. a. Draft* given, payable at sight lor any amount, on the Provincial Bank of Ireland, payable at tlreir res|iective brandies throughout the country ; also, on Messrs. Spooner, Atwood 11 Co., hankers, Loudon, payable in every town iu (Jreat Britain. an27re * FOR LIVERPOOL.?The splendid fast sailing new ship COLUMBUS, Captain Cole, will sail on itlie 1st of September. or passage, having *ii|ierior accommodations, apply to JOHN HKRDMAN, 61 South street, near Wall. N. B. Passage from Liverpool can at all times be secured by th,- regular packets sailing from that port every five days, at the lowest rates, and Draft* can, as usual, be furnished for any amount, payable at all the principal banks and their branches throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, on applica tion as above. au27in FOR LIVKRPOLl.?Packet of the 1st September. ?The splendid, fast sailing packet ship COLUMBUS Captain Cole, sails positively as above, her regular This ship has excellent accominodationx for cabin, second cabin and storage passengers. Those wishing to secure berths, should not fail to make early application on hoard, or to w. it j. t. taYscott, an27er 76 South at. cor. Maiden lane. LMre FOR LIVERPOOL?The New Line?Regular Packet 21st September.?The sidendid, new. New JUlttfaYork buit packet ship QUEEN OF THE WEST, Captain Philip Woodhouse, 1256 lous burlherii, will sail a* above, her regular day. For freight or passage, having elegant and superior accommo dations, unsurpassed by any snip in port, apply on board, weat side Burlhig Blip, or to WOODHULL (It MINTURNS, 87 South street Price of Passage $100. The packet ship Rochester. Captain Ira Britton, master, 800 tons burthen, will succeed tna Queen of the West, and sail on her regular day, 21st October. au22rc BLACK BALL OR OLD LINE OF LIVER POOL PACKETS?FOR LIVERPOOL?Only ;ul tr packet sailing on the 1st of September.?The well-known fast sailing favorite packet ship COLUMBUS, Captain A. Cole, Commander, will sail positively oil Mondoy, 2d of September, her regular day. It is well knowu that the accommodations of the "Colum bus" and all the eight ships of this line, are fitted out ill a most costly style, with every modern improvement aud conveni ence, that cannot hut add to the comfort of cabin, 2d cabin, and steerage passengers. Those visiting die old country will, at all times, find it tlieir interest to select these desirable conveyances in preference to any other. For terms of passage and to secure the best berths, early application should he made on board, foot of Beekman street, or to the subscribers. ROCHE, BROTHERS Si CO., 35 Fulton street, next door to the Fulton Bank. P. 8.?The Columbux sails from Liverpool ou the 16th of Sep tember. Persons sending for their friends cau have them brought out in her, or iu any of the packets comprising this mngnificent aud unequalled line, sailing from that port, punctually on the 1st and Iblh of each mouth. For terms of passage apply aa above. The new and nuu nifichnt packet ship Yorkshire will succeed tlie Columbus, aud sail for Liverpool on the 16di of September, her regnlar day. au22rc FOR HAVRE?The superior coppered and copier fastened French baryue L1NCA, Captain Uervais, iwill sail ou or about the 20th instant. For frreght or pa*?ngt*pply to BOYD (k HINCKEN, auSrc No. ? Tontine Building, cor Wall ami Water*t PACKET FOR HAVRE?(Second Line)?The Hup OTICA, Frederick Hewitt, Master, will sail on tlie vlst of September, ight or passage, apply to. BO YD k HINCKEN, No. 9 Tontine Building, corner Wall and Water streets. a'*> FOR NEW ORLEANS?First Regular Packet.? ?The very su|ierior, fast sailing packet ship WABASH, (Captain Shapter. Persons wishing to embark for the south, should make early application to JOSEPH McMURRAY, 100 Pine street, comer of South. P. S.?The accommodations for imssengers arc very su|>erior, and berths can be secured by applying as above. auirc FOR N E W ORLEANS?Packetflr the i?t of Sept. ?The splendid, well known packet ship FAIRFIELD' (Captain Wilson, will be despatched ?? above. i to* superior (hip offers a most desirable conveyance for ca bin, second cabin and steerage passengers, who will be taken on moderate terms. Apply on board, at Murray's wharf, foot of Wall street, or to JOHN HKRDMAN, I 61 South street. ] N. B.?The subscriber will have a regular succession of first class ships sailing weekly for New Orleans, in whichl the pas sengers accommodations will be made very comfortable Apply as above. au27m PASSAGE FOR NEw'oRLKANS-Kirstlw ?et?Tlie splendid last sailing and favorite Packet Ship (SOUTH CAROLINA, Captain Owen, 1250 tons turllieu, will sail liositively as above. Tlie accommodations ot this fine ship for cabin, second Cabin and storage passengers cannot be surpassed. Those about proceeding to New Orleans would do well to select this fine ship. Apply on board, at pier H E. R.. (first pier below Wall ?t,) or to W. U. J. T. TAPSCOTT, 76 South street, au20h comer Maiden lane. A1 FOR NKW OKLEANS.-Positirely First Packet Ship.?The splendid, liut sailing ship SOUTH OA llOLIN A, (/apt. Owen, having uearly all lier cargo on hoard, will be despatched iu a few days. This splendid ship nas unsurpassed accommodations for ca bin, second cabin and steerage passengers, who will be taken at reasonable rates, if early application is made to JOHN HKRDM AN, 61 South street. N.B. The subscriber will have a regular successiou of first class ships, sailing weekly for New Orleans, in which the pas senger accommodations will be made very comfortable. Apply as above. auSlec LINK OK PACKET SHIPS) KOK NEW OR .LEANS.?The subscriber will despatch a first class ?bin, weekly for the above port; and great care will be en to have the accommodations for second cabin and steerage passengers, fitted up in the most comfortable manner. For fur ther particulars apply to J. HEKDMAN, aullm 61 South street PASSAGE FOR NEW ORLEANS^ThTf .sailing and favorite packet ship LORKNA, Captain .IJnniieliart, will have immediate desimtch. She has splendid accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers, who will be taken at a low rate, if early application be made on board, foot of Wall street, or to W, k J. T. TAPSCOTT, au2lm 76 South street, corner Maiden Lane. EXCHANGE ON ENGLAND, IRELAND, WWMK.SCOTLAND AND WALKS.?The Subscriber has jH^lifaat all times for sale Drafts from ?1 to AilOWJ, payable at all the principal Banking Institutions throughout tlie United Kingdom. JOHN 1IEHDM AN, 61 South st. N.B. Passage to and froin Liverpool can be secured at the lowest rates by any of the line of packets sailing on the 1st. 6th, 11th. 16th, list and 16th of each mouth, on application as above. jjWIec HIGHLY IMPORTANT DISCOVERY' LI, KINDS OF WOOLEN OR COTTON GOODS, ready made cloaks, coats, pantaloons, 8u\, rendered water proof by an entirely new process, which will be found to answer all eaapectations. By this process, tlie |iores'of the articles midp waterproof re main o|ien. so tlist tlie evaporation is not checked, as is the case witli the Macintosh clothing, winch by reason of the pores being closed, are found to lie at littles uncomfortably warm.? The water runs off like i|uick?ilvcr from the articles rendered waterproof. It is impossible, in the hardest rain, for one drop to get through the stuff itself; is not in.iured in tlie process, be It her in quality nor Color. It does not get stiffer nor heavier ?iloes not diffuse any nnpleasant odor, (as it is tlie case, with Eiods rendered wstererprnof by India rubber, gum arabir, glue, c.,) nor is the least change |*>rcsptible to the eye. Independ ently of the goods lieiug rendered impervious to the rain or snow, they are likewise warranted, after having undergone this process, not to la-come moth eaten. It matters not whether the goods are fine or coarse, finished or not, with or without gloss, as by tlie. process they inay Is- made to have more or less gloss and finish according to tlie w ish of the customer. Cotton and linen goods, however, must Is- closely woven, and have no Sizing in them, to undergo this process. Goods left tola- ren dered svaterpriaif, may lie called for within a few days (say eight days, the inmost) after they are left, and the charges will he moderate. A trial is respectfully solicited, by 0. RUGER, 64 Essex street. Information given, and orders received by LEOPOLD KUH'S, German Agency, 28 Piatt street, N. Y. a27 3t*ec LEECHES-LEECHES?LEECHES. OC nnn HWEEDISH AND GERMAN LEECHES? UUjVlUD Jtist received by the Havre Packet, for sale whole sale and retail at the most moderate prices, by C. J FERDINAND Ik COPPA, Importer* of Leeches. auS Infer N't Nassau street. N. V. TO MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN W( )0LLENS. H E N R Y MIOEON, fNORNER of Laight and Washington streets, New York, A/ Finisher of Cloths, Cassinieres, Satinets, Ike., respectfully informs tin- manufacturers and dealers in woollens, that his establishment is now in successful operation, and that lie is pre pared to execute with promptness, all orders in his line that may lie confided to him. Specimens of his workmanship may la seen on application to tlie gentlemen whose names are annexed, and to whom he has liberty to refer. Orders may lie left at 63 and 61 Pine street. REFERENCES. Wolcott k Slade, fit Pine street. W. C. Langley, 63 Pine street. Hi listed. I lames k Co., 31 Nassau street. D. Jlrigbam, 60 Pine street. S. J. Jones k Co., 12 Pine street. au23 lm*rc ffURNISHED ROOM TO LET-Without board, in houM A 66 Greenwich etreet, where there sre no boarders taken. Ap ply on tire premiss*. onM Sir* TO CITY AND COUNTKY M KUCHA NTS. FIVE PER CENT CASH STORE, 10 Cedar Street. rPllK SUBSCRIBERS ufirr a choice and well selected stock A of Dry Goods at an advance of but live per cent on the actual coat. Couutry Merchants will tiud it greatly to their ad v.intake to call u|mn oa in order to ascertain the market value of goods, even if they do not intend to purchase. The attention of city dealers is also requested. Our goods are all marked in a area, and'the commission chargedst lite foot of the bill. A I is respectfully solicited by HUTCHINGS, CASWELL He SMITH, Five Per Cent Store, an21 Im'rc 16 Cedar street, near Pearl street. KTIAKE NOTICE.?The Subscriber continues to practice on X the same terms that he has for the last ten years oast in the eity of New York, uaiucly?to utteud to every branch of sick ness that tlie human nature is subject to, particularly in such cases as axe of long standing and aiqear incurable. He wishes such to call on hiui, and they shall receive the first medicine and attendance gratis. Office No. 67 Iteade street, a few door* north from Broadway. S. HEINE, M. D. au22 lni?m Herman I'hvsician STOUVKNEL Ac CU., 9Q UOLD STREET, NEW YORK, Manufacture all sorts of GLASS, and cut and match it to auy pat terns. Constantly ou hand, a complete assortment of every de scription. All kinds of Glass made and cut to order. 2'hey also manufacture Solar Lamps, Chandeliers, Uiran ps, Candelabra*, Sus|>eudiug Solar, Irnm I to 12 lights ; Hall Lamps and Lanterns of any size and patterns ; also, Camphine Lamps ; Astral, altered to Solar. Country merchants and Oth er* will fuid it to their juteresl to call as above, or at tljeir De pot, 3 John atrvet, near Broadway, where they can obtain arti cles of the best quality, warranted, and at very low prices , wholeaale and rruul. (foods loaned for parties. jy26 Im? ec JOSEPH OILLOTT'S STEEL PENS?The subscriber lias w on band and is constantly receiving Iresh supplies of the above well kuown Peas?consisting iu part of the Croton (new) on cards, engraved views. American Barrel Pen (new.) Magnum Bonum Commercial Pen. Prince Albert's, engraved and medallion heads. Patent Slips iu morocco cases,contaiuiug oue dozen pens each, 12 boxes in each packet. Damascus do do do School Pen do do do Patent Slips, white and bronze. Principality, fine, extra fine mil medium iKiiuts. Caligrapliic, Washington Nox. 0 and 10. Damascus, Victoria estra fine poiut. Peruvian, New York Koiiiitain. Ladies' Pen, Lima, Eagle, Double Damascus. School Pen, Public Pen. Queen's Otvu Pen, Baronial, Collegiate, Nos. t and 2. A large slock of liens in boxes of one gross each. of various degrees of points and quality, marked and un-iiiarked. The above, together with a good stock of "Windle's" and "Motley's" Pens, for sale to tlie trade, by flENRY JESSOP. au24 lw'm 91 Jolm street, corner of (fold. LITHOGRAPHY. FALL BUSINESS.?Merchants, Manufacturer* and others, who require Business Cards of their Establishments, Cir culars, Bill Heads, Drawings iu Architecture, 'Machinery and Landscape Maps, (kc., and Publishers who require Illustrations of Books, Periodicals, ami Music Pieces, may have tlie work executed iu the best at j le and on moderate terms, at E. JONES' Lithographic Establishment, 1211 Fulton srreet, New Yerk. N. B.?Drawings and Specifications for Patents. au24 Im'ec COTTAGE ON THE CLIFF. ~ AT THE GREAT FALLS ON THE PASSAIC. THE PROPRIETOR has the pleasure of announcing to the lovers of the sublime and beautiful, that the new Cottage on the old site, is now complete and ready for the reception ol visi tors, where they can be accommodated with a variety of refresh ments, at the shortest notice. To inhale the refreshing breeze from this lofty eminence, and behold the unparalleled beauty of the ever changiug landscape, and liuger in the shade of the lofty oaks, whose wide spread branches invite to health and cheerfulness. TARGET EXCURSIONS?This delightful place is admi rably fitted tw nature for this manly and patriotic exercise, pre senting a rock of more than two hundred feet iu lieight, shelter ed by beautiful forest trees, and cooled by the rushing waters of the Passaic. The railroad cars leave Jersey City forPatetson at 6 and 9 A M., and return at 4 P. M. On Sundays, leaves Jersey City at 9 A.M., and return at 6 P.M. Fare to Paterson, 37)g cents. au3 lm'rc , CENTREVILLE COURSE, L. I I a o ? 11 K D E N T K D N () V K i" t" vi t^abov., carrviiiir catch wcitrhta r I ? a, Ko a? they ?x^ S?w A PARIS MILLENARYy ESTABLISHMENT | 'Tr&f vy Ith* Co,'.m' ?r Frane. iKs^?^ sSbitevof?jix Ti't te'i I ia 'li'i applied previous to tlwir being opened Ui'thTrth i i* ,'?caJ' ,M! Orders punctually attended m ' itil.lic in thiscity. " ' 1 * aucU Itnrrc FRENCH ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS AND Judges in the shore lint- are invited to ,1? and will venture to nay thav will not I,..o, ,be'n a ?*"' and we init their admiration of such a lieautifuf stork*' Ti'" ''"V"?*' t,-,,. Nil.:&aa; M~ * ' itiMMiN..fa'crM'i7atTN tion of strangers to their lame SSS' ?,f'" d.oUtVr'v r "T together with Painted VV^inllnw >il ^ ( cornices, Sic. 6ic American Shade.,. Tgrv.Win a21 lmeod'rrc Jr! h } ART, Upholsterers, "c 2<J Broadway, oppomtc the |>ar([ DOCTOR JORDAN'S ~ ~ MPWlBSi wfiereiu^aTiilfl iH"i *l,l,1|Catlon, with the monitor fo jrA in a,i iu ,u?" ??3' BdSjBBES&uawM* | ?"'C4 53 j^SSS^S V ., u T ,, ,, ? ;= ? 36 t ntlierine street. A O R i c lILT URAL WAREHUU S E I*7 WATER STREET ' 1 (Mm MilTn,o'^ w^k,S,d;dC<J,1^,!lar,,'w "?wit Portohle too^isr uri"dw- ?? '"? WpfASSfolinXMach^^""1''*-' ^, M 'f-W WKRO$BOOmiSt'8UPI'ORTK:n* T'Jten'rrr'fctr ?"T seding the use of the obicetion'al f'riHTry *j, cViViVi^l^'i'l"' ,"P,r' mended to the afflicted aa tire irre7?. ?r confidently recorn health, it never having failed of irerlorininlr >7l re"l"r,ltlon,l? aggravated circunutaucei. " ' ?,tu UU<J" as well aa7njhis eoomrr.' It *s aSmu^'thi""^' ilKnf?l*. Peaaariea, and all other,-sinful ... i,tlr' ''"T"* ?f ing-in ,Hospital, of Loudon and /v?s 2.7^2"' "' Lv~ commended ... Kuroire hymid?,,/ ' re in thu country it ia sustained |)V lT a ^ highest rank. SsSsS- -3 ssSiSAJWa I V^yT^t"^ No. t partmeut, where a lady !. ,u co. I^t .n"!la bu?,u"?? '1" Tniaaea and 8n|.porter. to female pati^u ,Ue,,4~? .to^ndy T1}? pA' KKT SHIP HHERIDAN FROM LIVKRl-om' .A Lonaigneea by this ship will r.l?.u.V.?. .i >0'' board, at Orlea,,, wharf, foot of Wafl^etTm^!' ?I,fmita "? goods not iiermitted within fire dsi. ?'>.'?. All sent to public store. 1 mast unavoidably lie _ ?? au21rc C JOfiN8o!s^lit VHOOMN{?,mAt! V ""AP WORKS.? William stnets are mannI'nrtn,i',',y an.Unmr C l r their goods in tiie newest and P'l'ting up for the trade, mg at price. 20 ,rer e.Tt lower I"?IV'; ??? '?? -II het; the extent of their maisnfsnt^l e *. .''fnght to this mar sell for the smalles? pn.fil ' cables them to new'lvfeThu'Pch8*''' 79 Tri?"v rear of ,h I ?mi 17 linf ?nl?m WWofri^ In,. of snuir ill,f?."?> < ? I read uff lloies"TC.?,."' .""'li'i and other fanr y <rases; ?'^'L^.risrv;'r,7V.rf..,^;rkv"fcr; "-w c'lev" ^i"1 ^ mb'oideriej^no,I* I**'gy?d^r, fiv7ai'n.n? au 19 eodlm'm w?' *^ttefrc&d?-wu Klngiton, Canada Wml. [Correspondence of the Herald. J Kingston, Canada Wkst, Aug. 22, 1*44 A Canadian opinion of Canada and the United States ? Loyalty and Lemon Syrup?Hear Both Sides?Internal Improvements, and the Harvest. I intimated a short tune agt>, that 1 should write once j week, on Wednesday or Thursday, so as to reach you in tune Cor Hundcy's Herald ; aud in ac cordaticejwilh that intention,! despatched my letter on Thursday last, by|Burbank's Express. As I do not perceive it iu your pa|>er of Sunday last, al though it had ample time to reach you, T cannot for the life of me account for its non-appearance. I hope tins will reach its destination, at least. In the political world we nre much as when I last wrote, with the exception of a growing dissatisfac tion among the people, at the dilatoriness of liis Excellency in forming an administration. In your remarks in the Herald a short time ago, on Caiu dian affairs, you did the people of this Province great injustice. You insinuate that the jieople of Canada are oppressed, discontented and disloy al, arid that they would gludly exchange their present state for one of mere independence, or, in oilier words, that they would willingly throw off their allegiance to Great Briluiu, and join themselves to the United States. Now, sir, in this inference, you are totally mistaken. Al though we may take different views of minor de tails of government, or may quarrel uhout the car rying out of that bugbear, "responsible govern ment," our loyalty and attachment to the mother country remains unshaken, and in the whole pro vince there are very few actually disaffected.? Living under n government in which we possess all the elements of freedom and independence?a government in which the monarchical and demo cratic principles are so balanced, as each to have an effectual control over the other?a government by which justice ib ensured to every class of its subjects, aud under institutions which we have been taught to admire Hnd reverence from infamy, it would he strange indeed if wo were disloyal.? Let republicans assume what they pleuse of the disagreements of the Canadians, if they fancy we wish to have any connection with them, they are must egregiously mistaken. We consider ourselves an integral portion of that mighty empire on which the sun never sits, and descendents ot men who, on many a bloody field, and in many a deadly charge, proved their loyalty and patriotism in the most convincing manner to a broken and beaten enemy. And what can you offer us in exchange for our recreancy to our country 1 The govern ment, under which we have the happiness to live, and which we would risk our lives to uphold, has stood, with but few trifling moditications, the test of ages, and has commanded the respect and ad miration of every surrounding nation. Yours, on the contrary, is but an experiment?hardly half a century in existence. You are at the present mo ment divided on questions of policy of the greatest importance not only to yourselves but seriously af fecting the peace of the world. Annexation, or anti-annexation, tariff or free trade, a national bank ora metallic currency,slavery or anti-slavery, union or dissolution of the Union between the south and north, are but a few of the questions that perplex and embarrass your legislator* and youffpeople gen erally. Look, too, at the political contest that is now going on throughout the Union?"out of thine own mouih will I condemn thee." From lime to time your journal has given columns of extracts from the parly press ot the country, and what a state of mo rals d<> these articles present 1 Strangers will form an exalted opinion ot the people who use such lan guage of the opposing candidates for the office, of chief magistrate of the Republic. It ir impossible to tuke up one of the Her alds I refer to, and not luy it down satisfied that both the individuals re ferred to. are the greatest scoundrels in existence Lord Bofingbroke whs net very lar out ot the way, when he remarked that, "those who are preparing to build up a government, should recollect that the kingly power ought to form the basis, and the popu Inr the superstructure"?and this opinion is not en tertained by monarchists alone; 1 have heard the same sentiments expressed by some of the most in telligent gentlemen of your own community. Do not imagine, therefore, that because there nre a few disaffected spirits amongst us, that as u people we are disloyal, or that we have the least inclina tion to exchange* the mild and benignant sway qf Queen Victoria, for the state ot freedom, or "con fusion worse confounded," under which you exist I have very little local news to write about, but what little I have is satisfactory. The public works of the Province are progressing rapidly, and with the exception of a few faction fights between the "Cork and Connaught" men, in which they per forin the friendly office of breaking each other'H heads?no easy matter either to break an Irishman's head?every thing is peaceable and quiet. At Mon treal, and along'he Lachine Canal, affairs are not quite so favorable, but this is to be ascribed to the exertions of llincks, who, through the Pilot, usee every means to set the Protestant and Catholic against each other,'.and iu which object, I regret to say, he has partially succeeded. But enough ot him. The harvest has been secured pretty much in Western Canada, and although the weather was rather unfavorable the last fortnight the grain has been got in in lair condition. The weather is now delightful?the cool nights giving evidence of the approach of autumn. Our crops generally will be more than an average, and we will have a large quantity of wheat and flour for exportation. The facilities for transportation will Eoon be largely in creased, and next year we expect a formidable ri valry between the Welland and St. Luwrence Ca nal on our side, and the Erie on yours; and we guess that when our canals are completed,Jonathan will have to look sharp. We. will then be enabled to offer a far more favorable route to the ocean for the teeming products of the West than you can, and thousands of barrels of Hour and bushels ol grain will be sent tins way from your Western States. We are also arousing ourselves to the ne cessity of having good roads to the interior of the country, and opening up the wilderness to the ope rations of the industrious and enterprising emigrant After all we are not so far behind our neighbors as you may think. When Uncle Sam sets us a good example we are not slow in profiling by it. The travelling this seasou is astonishing. Our hotels are always lull?Daly's British American, the best in the city, is actually crammed. Niagara Falls and the Caledonia .Springs seem all the rage at present. In amusements there is but little doing. Kodrey's theatrical company are here at present, and draw fair houses. The company is the best that I have seen in Canada, and will doubtless have a profita ble season. Mr. and Mrs. Forbes, from the Charles ton theatres, are playing a short engagement, and wtn'golden opinions Irom all sorts ot people. Mr. F. is a finished actor, and played virgtnius last night very effectively. Mrs. Forbes played Pauline in the Lady of Lyons, on the previous evening, to a large and enthusiastic audience. Silsbee, the Yankee, has gone West, alter a successful season in Montreal. He is without exception the best deltne ator of yankee eccentricities that has visited Cana da. Success to him. Stgnor DeBegms gave a concert last evening, assisted by Miss Durang and Mr. Barton, ot your city. He had a very poor house. Whether it was caused by Ins forgetting to pay the printing bill at Hamilton I cannot say? the Hamilton paper sent a card Hfter him ut all events. Nichors circus company is at present in Toronto, and the way they pocket the ready is a caution to us green Canadians. Yours, truly, Fl. 8. Nkw York F'irkmrn in Pmilaokixhia.?There is now in this city, a committee ol members of-the Hope Kngine Company, No. 31, ol New Vork, consisting of Henry Arcuianus, Win. N. Mclntyre, James M. Bard, and Win. Lawrence, whose object hern was to bring on frost New York, as a present to tho Humane Kngine < om pany of this city, a splendid gift, in the shape of an ele Kant model of the apparatus belonging to No. 31. The engine is a perfect specimen of elaborated ornament, out side, and within the works are finished in the highest style of mechanical skill. The power ol the engine (small as it is) is snch that .1 can he made to throw water from thirty live to forty lent! Alrove ths engine is sus pended a silver medel, upon one side of which is the lot lowing inscription : ? " Presented to the Humane K/re Kngine t.'ompany ol Philadelphia by James M Hard, William N. Maclntvro, and William Lawrence, of New York, as a token of their high regard." On tku reverse is engraved the figure of a frog, which w as adopted as tho emblem of " Thirty-one," in commem oration of the company having originated in that part ot the city ot New Vork, formerly known as " the Swamp " I'hila. V. S Untitle, Slug H. American Slati.?Under the operation ol th? compromise act, the imported slate had almost got the control ol the maiket in this country in lr>4J, and tin American quarries were generally about suspending operations. The proprietors of the quarries on the StisqU' h.inna are now sending to market a very line artfcb The slates manufactured by the.m have been tested in dii fercnt ways by a number of the best master builders in this city, all ol whom have given them a decided prefer I ence over the foreign slate, declaring them to be superior m every respect?Jfeil. Amtnian. Impkovkmkn-ih in thk Electxo-M sesame Tele gkai'H ?Prolfrtsor Monw having successfully ac complished the great essential objects ol his, has lately been turning his attention to the simplification ol some ol the minor detail* with a no lean successful ii iue We have it m our powr r to mention soma improve ment! which be haa made, nil resulting in economy. Mr. Marie had originally calculated that it might require a battery of at leant lOti cups, to operate each circuit lor 10 niilei, uud be actually used 80 cupi in the trial* before Congress last May. Hut be haa now reduced the bat it ry to ten cup*, and by an ingenious anangement of Mi. Vail'*, his Aniitaut Superintendent, the two independent instruments are operated by tbia sania battery ot hut ten cupi, and at the same time, too. without any interference The Telegraph haa beiri actually etticienlly operated w ith only two cupi, Irom Baltimore to Washington, forty mile*. Thus i? the expense of a large battery with ita dirt and caro diipcnied with, and the advantage of the Telegraph brought within the mean* of neighborhoods, of lainilies, iind even of individual*. Another improve ment is in the number of characters which may be writ ten iu a given time. A person in Philadelphia advertised some little time ngo, as an improvement, that by employ ing live wire* instead of but one, a* Professor Morsu doe*, he could write ten letter* to Piolessor Morse'* one. Wo are told by one who has examined that plan, that Ihis is u great mistake, lor if I'rulessor Morse should choose thu* to complicate his registering instrument and also to increase four-fold the expense ol his conductors by adding four more wires he could write double the quan tity proposed by the Philadelphia plan. This improve ment therefore reminds one of the lrith Serjeant's com mand to hi* meu to "advance five step* backwards!' ? The question i* often asked, how urs rivers to be crossed with the Telegraphic wires ? The difficulties to be ob viated are the danger ol having the conductors disturbed by anchor* and drift, it they are laid at the bottom ot river* ; or, it spars are erected at the proper distances apart to carry the conductor* above the tops at vessels' mssts, these obstructions,(not very serious, it is true,) are made to the navigation. Prof. Morse has obviated ail these inconveniences, by an arrangement, which, strange a* it may seem,requires no'wires through,above or beneath the water. In Becember, 1842, Prol. Morse made an experi ment across the canal at Washington, to ascertain if electricity would cross tlio water by this arragenient, ami the result was so satisfactory that he determined to pursue his experiment* at a more fitting season of the year. A lew weeks ago his assistants, Mr Vail and Mr. ltogers, proceeded to tho Susquehanna river ut llavte do draco, and repeated the experiment across that river, a mile wide, and with success ; and within a lew days Prof. Morse has made some further experiments on tin* method of .sending electricity across w ater, which wo presume he will give in detail in some scientific journal. The result of all his experiments, however, is thut no wires need pass through, above or beneath the water in crossing the rivers with the Telegraph. The water itself is made by Professor Morse's arrangement the efficient conductor of the Klectric tlnid. This disco vet y of the Professor's is not merely of scientific but ulso of practical importance, and leads to new speculations on the avail ability of the Klectric Telegraph in situations hitherto thought to be shutout from its advantages. We can do no more at present than to give a suggestion which we learn was made by the Professor himself, that should there be constructed a line ol Telegraphic conductors along the Connecticut shore of the Long Island Sound, and also along the Long Island llailroad, every town on the Long Island Shore and also on the Connecticut Shore would be in certain and constant communication with each other, without the necessity of any oilier connection but the waterof the Sound.?Hall. Jlmtrican, Jlug. 26. Execution of McIUnikl and Brown ?Between three and four, yesterday afternoon, these unhap py men were laucned into eternity. The concourse, em bracing fellow creatures ol all ages and of each *ex, was very great. Up to the morning of execution, thu hope of reprieve was indulged in by the condemned, and cvin to the last, the idea w as relurtnntly abandoned by them.? They were attended to the scaffold by two Reverend gen tlemen, Mr. Boyle and Mr. I.inn, and the prayer ot the former, immediately preceding the execution, was ier vent and impressive. McDsniel, whose firmness, if pos sible, increased with the approach ol the awful moment, addressed the crowd, liis God to witness, that of the crime ol murdc r he wan as innocent as any ol the spectators around him lie asseverated that the act of killing was pi rpetratrd by Mason?1 the wretch who swore their lives away''?while he (Mcl)aniei) was endeavoring to save tho life of Chavis. Brown followed, in an address somewhat longer than that of McDaniel. He said, that for his own pert, he had al ways considered the latal act more in the light oi an arri dmt than any thing elsu : at uny rate, neither he nor his fel^ow-sutlercr were guilty of it. It had been rummittul by Mason, after Chavis, who had endeavored to escape, was overtaken by McDanial. Brown evinced much firmness, hut wsr evidently composed of different stulf fruni that of his companion They w ere both much ema ciated in appearance. The one tore it at n fn'e winch hi hud scarcely thought of struggling against : thu oiin r, as u doom which, but lor such hopeless odds, he would have battled to tho last. McDaniel was evidently a man ol fearful energy and daring?one whose uncliastenrd spirit yielded not up the halfsatislying thought, that tho world would say, he had "died bravely "?which, in truth, he did?" louuded as the rock," erect as innocence. The Christian might have wished that he hud evinced a greater mingling of humility ; but, Idas, lor human pride! Biown joined in prayer with gri at apparent earnestness. McDaniil closed hisoyes respectfully, but without,a <t ? seemed, much abstraction of spirit. When the cap una drawn over his eyes, he cried, in a very audible voice, "Farewell, world! I go to a better?1 Aopc"?empban zing the last word. He spoke further, but his accents were not heard clearly. The immense crowd lebaved with much more propriety than is usttol upon such occa sions, the greater pari dispersing very soon, Ituvn.g the y? t suspended bodies to be deposited in their graves, dug for them at tho loot ol the scaltold. We may not question the justice of thu law 's demand, hut we may hope, as wi de, earnestly, that the uwful example may have a salutary elfect, and that the Lord will have mercy upon their son!* ?Si. Louis Heveillt, Jlug. 17. Hahvard University Commencement.?The fol lowing in the order of ext rciben for commencement, to morrow. The performances ate all by candidates tor the Degree ot Bachelor of Art?, the practice of assigning part* to candidate! for the second degree having tin n discontinued. 1. A Salutatory Oration in Latin, hy Charles Adams Whltcomb, Hancock, N H. 'J. A Disquisition " The present Estimation of our Puritan Kathers." Edmund t^uinry Bewail, M'atertow n, New York. 3 A Disquisition. "Homer, as a Painter of Manners." Amos llenry Karnsworth, Oroton. 4 A Disquisition. "The influence of the Legal Pio fessiun in the United States." Thomas S. Blair, Pitts burgh, Penn'a. ?. A Disquisition. " Ilespect for Custom and Habit in .Social Changes " Horatio Justus Perry. Keene, N H ?. An English Oration. "Leaving College," Geoigc Francis I'aiktnan, Boston. 7. A Disquisition " The Influence of I'oliticul Econo my upon Modern Legislation." George Faulkner, Bil lerica. H. A Disquisition. "Clarendon, aa a Statesman."? Leverett Saltonstall, Salem. 9. A Dissertation. "The Dependence of Science on the Mechanical Arts" Ebenezer Pieice Hindi, Pitts ton, Me. 10. A Disquisition. " Aifleri..' William tiardinet I'rescott, Boston. Music. 11. An English Oration. "The ijurcn and the Tliilos opher." George Silsbee Hale, Keene, N It 19. A Disquisition. "The Magnetic Telegraph "?La fayette Smith, Warwick. 13. A Oreek Oration. "Herodotus, |the Historian. Henry Charles Chauncey, Middletown, Ct. 14. A Disquisition. "Romance in America." Francis I'arkmtn, Boston. . 18. A Dissertation "TheCharacters ol the inhabitants of the Mountainous Districts ol Europe." Charles Wil liam Dahney, Fayal, Azores. Music. 10. An English Oration. "Tho true Man of Action." Edward Augustus Mild, Drooklilie. I7 A Disquisition. "Milton's Areopagitk-a.' Edward Wheeiwriglit, Boston 1H A Poem. "Little Nell?Her last Night in f.ondon ? Her Flight?Her Death " Warren Tilton, Boston. 19. A Latin Oration "De UtiliUte ct Pretio I.iteiaium Antiquarum Btudu " Robert Codman, Dorchester. 90 A Disquisition. "Vathek and its Autiior " Oeorgu Blankciti i wry, Boston. Music. 91. An English Oration " The Destiny ol Literature ." Joseph F'eshody, Haiem 99 A Disquisition "The Infiuite in Mathematics." Benjamin Apthorp Gould, Boston. 93. A Dissertation. "An Ancient and a Modem Bsttie| field." Freilerick Adolphus Sawyer, Bolton. ? at. A Disquisition. " Harvest Celebrations in different t ountries." Edmund Dwight, Boetoti. 90. A Diasertion "The Agamemnon of ASschy Ins." - Horatio Nelson llildreth, Bolton. Music. 90. An English Oiation " The Missior|of America." Philip Howes Sears, East Dennis. 97. A Dissertation. " Uuinctilian'a Views of Educa tion." >ohn I,all Dalton, Lowell. ?jtt An English Oration "The Physical Sciences" Itichard Frederick Fuller, Cambridge. 99. A Hisseriation. ',The Moots in Spain" lienry Augustinua Johnson, Now Bedford. Music. 30. An English Oration. " The Political Fortunes and Destinies ol the Angle-Saxon Race." Josiah Stiattnrk Haitwell, Littleton. Celeste.? A mirth front Hondo!! Buys: " Madame Celeste came in the cars w itli us \c? terdav from Yarmouth she has been sea hatlung at Yar mouth for her health, govs to I.yiin and playh three nights. Celeste it u pleasant, sociable ami very intelligent woman. The conversation turucd uikiii the government, of Araer ica, and she conversed us learnedly as a statesman re garding the principles ami policy of the government?the various traits tot which l lay, t alhoun, Van Btireu and M'ebstei are celebrated?and, in thct, she was at home on that or any other subject which wai htoached. It is not her intention to visit America at present, and she pioba bly will never do so again, lor she can make men. y enough in England , and alter the brutal manner in which she was used iri America in relation to her child, there are no inducements for her to return." Appropriate ?At a temperance celebration in this county, some time since, the Farmers of t heviot bore on the banner a iheaf of wheat, with the following motto: Ai our Cap-Bheaf we greet it! Let us praperly treat it. Not distil it?but eat it.? I Cm innWi .9this.

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