Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 9, 1844, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 9, 1844 Page 1
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HE NEW YORK HERALD. Vol. X., No. 479?Whola No. W?9. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 1844. Price Two Uoala* THE NEW YORK HERALD. AGOHEOATE circulation THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND. TILE GREATEST IN TME WORLD. To tiie Public. i'HK NtW YOKK HKKALU? Daily Newspat>er?pub lUlfil every Jay of the year eacept New Year's Day and fourth of July, frier 2 cents per copy?or $7 16 per annum?postages paid?caeli in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD?published sv.ry Saturday morning?price ey cents per copy, or $3 12 per annum?poet kite* paid, cash in advance. ADVERTISER** hi* informed that the circulation of the Herald ia over THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND, and incmasing fan It hiu the lentu circulation of any paper in thii city, or the world, and, it, therefore, the Sett channel Jar butinen men in the city or country. Pricea moderate?cash in advance. PRINTING of all kinds executed at the most moderate price, and in the moat elegant atyle. JAMES GORDON BENNETT. TROrHIKTOR OF THK HeRALD ESTABLISHMENT, Northwest eorner of Fulton and Naaaau streets. w i A I bit A ir R A JN G i; M tT NT FARE THREE SHILLINGS FROM PaTERSON TO Nkw Yoag. 9 o'clock A. M. 12* " P. M. 4 " '? JERSEY CITY. On snd after the *st of October the cars will leave Pa re io> Dcfot. 8 o'clock A. M. ua " 3 " P. M. On Sundays. 8 o'clock A. M. 9 o'clock A. M. ,3 " P.M. | 4 ? P.M. s29 tf ec STATEN INLAND FERRY. ??POT OF WHITEHALL." . The Boms will runes follows on and after Sept. 30. LEATE NEW YORK : 9, and !2 A. M.; IK. 3K. and 6. P. M. ' TeaVB STATCNTJsLAND : 8, and 10, A. M.; 12^ 2K iwd 4H.P- M P. S ?All goods inu?t be particularly marked, and are at the ri*k of th* o'viiff thereof ^ FUR HALIFAX AMD LIVERPUUL. ~ ? Tlie Royal Mail Steamers BRITANNIA land CALEDONIA, will leave Boston, for tlie above porta, as follows :? ? B R IT \ N NI A, J Hewitt. Esq.. Commander, Tuesday, Oct. 1. CALEDONIA, E. G. Lott, JEsq., " Wednesday, " 16. Passage to Liverjiool $120. PuiatK to Halifax ,. ., ,,,... 20. Apply to D. BRIGHAM, Jr., AgenC, ?2lm 3 Wall street. HOUR CHANGED TO SIX O'CLOCK, P. M.?Ou and after Monday, Sept. 16th, 1844. tlie Night Line to ALBANV AND TROY SUUL. tlie Night Line to ALBANY AND TROY will cli t.iKt- tlie hour of departure from 7 to 6 o'clock, P. M., aud will land at Poughkeepsie during the great Fair ana Cattle . ng I Show. F i e Tj cenuonly to I'oughkeepsie. Tin* steamer SWALLOW, Capt. A. McLean, Monday ltth, and Weuiiwiday, 18th. The steamer ALBANY, Captain R. B. Macy, Tuesday, 17th, Thursday, 19th, at 6 o'clock, from Cort laudt street pier. Morning Line, at 7 o'clock, from Barclay street pier, the TROY and EMPIRE. i/" During the great Fair and Cattle Show, Tuesday, 17th, Wednesday, 18th, and Thursday, 19th. will reduce tlie fare to 7f< cents to and I'rom Pouglikeepsie and New York. sl3 N EW YORK, ALB AN YA N D~TROY STEAMBOAT LINE. 0* F?R ALBANY AND TROY.-Morning CLe? Line from tlie foot of Barclay street, lauding "i "iff *' intermediate places. The Steamer EMPIRE, Captain 8. R. Roe, Monday,Wednes day and Friday Morning at 7 o'clock. 1'he Steamer TROY, Captain A. Gorham, Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday Morning, at 7 o'clock. Evening Line from '.he foot of Courtlandt street, direct. The Ste;jFr SWALLOW, Captain A. McLean, Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evening, at 6 o'clock. The Steamer ALBANY, Captain R. B. Macy, Tuesday, Thursday and Satuiday Evening, at 6 o'clock. Tlie Boats of this Line, owing to their light draught of wa ter, are able at all times to pass tne bars, and reach Albany and Troy in ample time to take the morning train of can for the fan or west. h or passage or freight, apply on board, or at the offices on the *liRrv* ?96 PEOPLE'S LINE OF STEAMBOATS~ FOIt ALBANY. jMin 0/t DAI L Y, Sundays excepted?Through direct, ^L^^y?3^atn P.M., from he Steamboat Pier between 3ElaiiaiSbK>Courtlaudt and Liberty streets. The Steamboat KNICKERBOCKER, Captain A. P. St. John, Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evenings at 6 o'clock. Tlie Steamboat ROCHESTER, Captain A. Hnushton, on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evenings, at 6 o'clock. From the foot of Barclay street. At Kive o'clock, P. M.?Landing at Intermediate Places. Thp Btawnboat NORTH AMERICA, Captain R. O. Crut temlen, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Afternoons, at 6 o'clock. The Steamboat COLUMBIA, Captain William H. Peck. Mr.i.day, Wednesday, and Friday and Sunday Afternoons, at S o'clock Passengers taking either of the above linea will arrive in Albany in ample time to take the Morning Trains of Cars for the east or west. The boats are new and substantial, are fur nished with new and elegant state rooms, and for speed and ac commodations, are unrivalled on the Hudson. All persons are forbid trusting any of the boats of this line, without an order from the Captain. For passage or freight, apply on board, or to P. C. Schultz, at the Office on the wharf. o7rc Pleasant and cheap excursions. SUMMER AKRJiNGEMENT. NEW BRIGHTON, PORT richmond. (8TATKN ISLAND,) AND NEW YORK FERRY. From Pier No. 1, North River, foot of Battery Place. The Steamboat cinderella, w >il run aa >lollows. Daily, from May 20th to October 1m, .1144 Leaves New York at 9 and 11 o'cloca, AM. at 3^,6 audi P.M. Leaves Port Ricnmond, at 20 minutes to 1, and 10 minutes to 10 A. M.; at 1,4* and 6* P.M. ^ Leaves New Brighton al ? and 10 A. M.; at IK, 5 and7X On Sunday?Leaves New York, at 9 and 11 A. M.; at 3,6 and I P. M. leaves Port Riclunoud, at 20 minutes to t and 10 A.M; at 1. 5 ami 7M P. M. New York, May 1*. 184 mvll 6m*re FAKE REDUCED. FOR CROTONVILLE, SING SING. TARRYTOWN, IH*rING, WILTSIE'SDOCK.hastinod A NI) YONKERS.?On and after Saturday, A.uiitist 3Ut, 1844. the new and substantial steamboat WASHINGTON IRVING. Cant Hiram Tuthill, will leave the foot of Chamber street for the above places, daily at 3 I'. M., Sunday excepted. Returning, will leave Crotonville at 6H, a'nl Sing Sing at7 o'clock A. M7, landing at the foot of Hammond .treet each way. i way . _ ht, at. T??MfKI.VS, 192 West Stfeet. s32m?rc For passage. or freight, apply on board, or to STEPHEN B. "MPKINS, 192 We " * PUIt lJATli, uiUtUINMt ANlI HALLUWbhL. The new steamer PENOBSCOT. Captain * N. Kimball, leaves the end of T wharf, Boston, .every Tuesday and Friday evenings, at 5 o'clock. Stage* will be in readiness on her arrival at the above (*',?-fK, r<? rri|)v<*y tn n*?irhl*'>rinw tnivm KALL jlND WljNTKK AllKANUKMkM\ NEWARK ND NEW YORK. FARE ONLY 1?1 CENTS. THE Ni-W AND HW1FT STEAMER RAJNBOW, CAPT.iIN JOHN GAFFY. yeal ON and af>er September 10th will run daily, gl_-r,t>*M{?^^as follows (Sundays included):?Leave New 3Ka_^HGE.ark, foot off entre street, 8 o'clock A. M.? Leave New York, foot of Barclay street, 3 o'clock P. M. biJH iSt.W UMXr.ANS.?UlhSAt.?lllc steaiu ? ship ALABAMA, 700 tons burthen, Henry Y\indie, inmaiid?r will sail for the above port on the ISth <Jctolir-i u<*xt, at ? o'clock. This splendid and remarkably staunch ste.niiev has been thoroughly overhauled the present summer, newly copicred, and is furnished with a powerful set of new Boilers, made at the Novelty Works of this city. She is cipected to mike the run to the Balize with ease in six days; .uid having handsome and comfortable accommodations, for b"ih cabin and Hteerage passengers, offers an uuusually desirable conveyance to tlie travelling community. For light freight or passatr. apply to G. MERLE, sl9 to tip* re 266 Front st. FOR LIVERPOOL-The New Line?Regular .Packet 21st October.?The suparior fast sailing pack a> t ship HO''HESTER, ?00 tons burthen, Captain jriti.ji,, will sail as above, her regular day. For freight or passage, having elegant aud spacious accommo dations, apply on board, wmt side Burling Slip, or to WOODHULL It MINTURNS, , 17 South street. Price of Passage 1100. I'll# picket ship Ho *a? burthen, w . . ioitingeur, Captain Ira Bursley, master, 104# tons Uur'ln-ii, will succeed the Rocliester, and sail on her regn I <1 . ?>!.> Qetnb?r *79 or K)R NfcW'lORI.KANS 'i'h? splend d new picket sh r EMPIRE, Captain Russell, now loading it v urrav s wharf, fuot of Wall street, willbedis |MiLiieil lor .New Orleans on tit- 18th instant. Tins beautiful ship is 12(10 'oiis register, and fitted up in a st) le uneipi tiled by any ship afloat, for the comfort of cabin, sec- nd Mtiiu mill st>erage passengers. '1 hose at?iut to embark for New Orletns at the above date, will find it their intri^st to enmnia the accommodations previous to their engaging else where. For passage apply on board, or to John herdman, o6ec ^ 61 South street. FOR NEW ORLEANS?Union Line?First ?wular packet with despatch?Tlie fast sailing |>a<!ket (?<hi|i I .N ION, J. B. Hattome, master, is now loading I have immediate dispa'ch. For cabin, second cabin and Steer ige Iiaaeeiigers, Imi iug suiierior accommodation, early ap plication should be made on board, at Murray's wharf, or to JOSEPH McMUHRA*, slfleC 100 Pine street, eon er of South slree'. ^ el)K I.IVf.ltl'OOL?New Line?Regular Packet of arith Oct.?The regular fast sailing Packet Ship IGARH.ICK. Captain b. J. II. Trask, of 1,100 tons burthen,will ssil as above, ner regular day. For fVeight or passag% having accoiiimodalions unequalled for splendor or comfort, apply on board at Orleans wharf, foot m Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINS It CO, St South street. Price of Tassage, tlOO. The packet snip Roscius, Capt. John Collins, of 1 ICO tout, will succeed the Garrick, snd sail 26th November, her revnlar day. s2Tre FOR LIVERPOOL?Regular Bicket of the lfth October.?^The well-known, fast Ailing packet ship jUNITED STATES, ( atnain Brittou. The accom modmoas lor cabin, w i-ond camn and steerage (lassengers, are unsurpassed hy any other sh p in the port, and as number or her jiasieiiners sre already engaged, those desirous of securing bertha should in-tkf e irly application on board, foot of viaideu lane, or to JOSEPH MeMURKAY, 100 Pine str.^t. eonter nf Hotiib street fOK HAVANA, h KU.Yl PHILADELPHIA. Th" A. I fast-sailing packet bar.iue KLI/ABETH ? J., John S. Remington, master, will sail positively on (12 h Oc oiler. or Height or passage, having superior furnished accommo dations, s large and commodtom cabin, with twelve state rooms, apply to JOHN F. ohl Ik SON, sI7 3w ?Bu:o 101 South Wharves, Philadelphia. FOR LONDON.?Packet of the 10th October ? ? The Arst class, fast sailing Packet ship SWlTzER ?LAND, f aptaiu E. Knight, will sail aa ahovs, her Mill day, H 'ving vary snperior accommodations for Cabin, 2d Cabin , I Steerage passengers, person* iutntdimr to . mtiark lioula n-i ? iminediste application o board, foot of Msiden L ine, or JOSEPH ..U.VrilRAV, vin _ .. im rim im*Kinm Uhwk. CENTRAL KAIL ROAD, FROM SAVaNNaH TO MACON, GEORGIA. rr, Mtfsjghi ?? B IF "^P1 Tills ROAD U in operation 'I illy (Sundays excepted.) for Tran*|>orlatiou of Pastenger* ?ud Kn-ijflit. New and comforta ble Passenger. Can hate been recently placed on tlie mad, and the distance (190 miles.) is ran from 6 A. M. to 6 P. M., with (rest regularity. Tlie Company lias also a number of Burthen Cars, and is prepared to carry with desiiatch, all good* aud pro due* w Inch may offer. Good# cousigurd to the < ompany's in Sii inn.ih. will be received and forwarded, free of com mission for forw ardiug, provided a auin iu cash, sulncieut to pay ship and road frei||ht and charge* is dejKwiled with the Compa ny ou arrival of the goods. The steamers (it V CLINCH aud CHARLESTON. owned nod commanded by Captains Brooks and Harden, run between Charleston and Savannah, Ln connec tion with the Road. A Steamer leaves each city on Tuesdays, Thursdays aud Saturdays, aud the Line, it is expected, will soon run daily, Passengers travelling South will leave Charleston at 9 A. M.. immediately after the arrival of the Wilmington steam er?reach Savannah by ? P.M. same diy, aud take the cars from Macon at 6 o'clook the following morning. By this route the^e it lets staying than on loy other to Montgomery, and Um fare 11 iu low. E. I.AFITTE, Ageut for tlie Line iu Charleston. K. R. CUYLER, President. THOMAS PURSE, General Superintendent. Savannah, August, 1844. si lmrc cagaE) eaafla&aH 1JAV LliNili TO UUOl UiM, BY THK LONG ISLAND RAIL ROAD. A Daily Train, Sundays excepted, leaves Brooklyn precisely at 8 o'clock, A. M. for Oreenport, from wheuce passengers are cuuveyed iu a first-rate Steamer to Stonington, on Mondays, Wediieadays and Fridays, audio Norwich on 1 neadays, Ihurs days and Saturdays. Passengers must be at the Sonlh rerrv. foot .if Whitehall strnei, iu time to take the harry Boat at 7K o'clock A. M., w lie re tickets may be procured and luggage de posited iu crates, that go through to Bowon unopened. This Line stone only twice between Hjrooklyu and Owen port, vii:?at "F'ariniiigdale" 31, and at the '"Manor,' 67 miles from Brooklyn, and generally reaching Boston in ten to eleven hours. An Accommodation Line leaves lor Greenpert every day, Sundays excepted, at 3 o'clock P. M., and returning leavea Oreeui>ort at i A. M. auM lmrc IMt.l THE NEW STEAMBOAT [15*4. EMPIRE, CAPTAIN D. HOWE. Will leave BUFFALO for CHICAGO, .on KR1DAY, 23d of August, at 7 P. M., aud perioral her trips regularly during roe ?ea ?son, as follows LP. DOWN. ? iv. mirrai.o. Leaves lHICaiio. Fridiw Aug 23,... at 7 P. M. I Saturday, Aug.23... at 9 A. M ? do Monday. Sept. 16... at do Monday " do | Tuesday, Oct. 1... at do Tuesday' Oct. 8... at do I Wednesday, 16... at do VVwInnsIiay. M! I" at do Thursday, "31... at do I'h'irtiUv &ov.7...at do I Friday, Nov. 15.. .at do Tlie E&U'lRE is aBO feet iu leugth, 32 feet 8 inches beam, 14 feet t inches hold, measuring 1220 tuns, and is tlie largest steam boat ajloat iu inland waters. Engine 600 horsepower, boilera -? 'h Evan's Patent Safety Vftlvea, to prevent tlie possi proviiVn ' *?."?'i?. ~;'h separate Saloons for Ladies lhe Cabin is 230 leet long, ?%.- ? ?d the whole leugth. and iientleBieu?s|>acious Statei Rooms ? and all ventilated by doors opeuing from the inside and ou>, . parts of the boat ar- finished and furnished iu a style unequalled by any other in the world. Ample accommodations for Steer age Passengers, in four large well feutilated Cabins, one of which a appropriated exclusively to females. '1ne boat is provided Willi a good band of music. WiLKifvs, Marsh k Co., Buffalo, J H. Nokto:? Ik Co., Chicago, > Agents. X N. Elubht. Detroit. ) li. N. BARNEY, ?t CO., August 1,1844. Cleveland. auJtonvlrc BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL oiKAM orill o. I Of 1200 tons and 440 horse power each.? Under contract with the Lords of the Ad; ??????A nuraity. HIBLRMA.. Captain Alexander Ryrie. CALEDONIA Captain Edward G. Lott. ACADIA. Capuin William Harrison. BR1TANN IA Captain John Hfwitt. CAMBRIA, ..... ..CaptaiuC.H.E. Judkins. Will'sail fiom Liverpool and Boston, via. Halifax, as follows: Krom .Boston. e row Liverpool. Caledonia, Lott August 16th. ? Acadia. Harrison...Sept. 1st. August 4th. Hiberuia, Ryrie 16th. 801 i^j These vessels carry experienced surgeons, and are supplied with Life Boata. For freight or passage, apply to 1). BR1GHAM. Jun., Agent, najrc No. 3 Wall street. FOR NEW ORLEANS AND GALVhaloN, TEXAS?via HAVANA AND KEY WEST. To Maii. on Satuedav, 12th Oc^obkr, at 4 o'cloc?, P. M. ^ The elegant well known and favorite Steam .hip NEW I ORK, John T. Wright, Com imander, will positively sail as above. Tins steamer has been overhauled, and put in coin MHMwrfplett order foi the leuon, aud no ex|iense ha* been spaieil iu uiaae her every way complete?has large and airy ?rate-rooms, every way adapted for the comiort ol passengers.? She carries suilicient fuel from here for the voyage, and will not stop at the intermediate porta only to laud aud receive pas **5oTpasssge, apply to Capt. Wright on boardI foot of < I inton streel, E R , or to A. HUBBARD It CO. sell lm*rrc 37 leek Slip. BLACK BALL OR OLD LINE OK LIVER POOL PACKETS?KOR LIVERPOOL?Only ^??Mbregular packet sailing on tlie 16th ot October. i In inaguificeut and remarkable f ist sailing \*cket ship ENGLAND, Capttain Samuel Bartle't, will positively sail ou Wednsday, the 16th of October, her regular (lav. It is well kuown that the accommodations of the England, and all the eight ships of this line, are htu-d out in a most costly style with every modern improvement aud convenience, that cannot but add to the comfort of cabin, second cabin and steeraue passenger*. Those vsitmg the old country will at all times find 11 their interest to select liiese desirable conveyances, in preference to any other. .... . For terms of passage aud to secure the beat berths, early appli cation should be made on board, foot ol Beekman street, or to the subscribers. jjuqtHERB * GO.. o8rc 34 Fulton street, next door to the Kulton Bank. LOUISIANA LINE OF NEW ORLEANS ? PACKETS?Packet of tho llth Oct.?First Packet or passage fiee'.?The well knowu faat sailing picket .hie t A^OO. ("apt. Wibray, will sail punctually as above, her regular day. weather |ierniitliiig or passage tree The ships of this line have now coinme'.red their regular trips, and will sail punctually ns usual,every Mondiy morning, fu I or not. Persons about to embark for the above port will find this the only regular line sailing out of New York for New Orleans, aud the price, of passage is low, for which apply on board, fool Wall street, or to W. k J. T. TAPSCOTT, 76 Hoiith streel cor. Maideu Lane. 1 Holmes Line" picket ship Alabama, will succeed the Yszoo, and sail on Monday, 20th iust. _ JfJg. FOR NEW ORLEANS?Union Line?First MHMfVReftuI" Packet with despatch.?'The splendid, fast aMMSEv-'iilinK packet CINCINNATI, Captain L. Ro<e, will po.iiively sail as above. Having superior accommodations for cabin, second cabin and It erage passengers, persons about einb?rk should make im mediate. application ou boaid, at Murray's wharf, or to JOSEPH McMURRAY, ino Pine stieet, corner of South. tfg- OLD ESTABLISHED PACKET OFFICE, 61 MV3HrVHoutli streel? Passr^e to and from Oreat Britain and JMlNlMlrelind, via Liverpool. Passage can at all times be engaged at the lowest rates, to and from Liverpool, by the regu lar packet ships sailing under the new arrangement every few dayi, and drafts can as usual lie furnished for any amount.paya ble at the National and Provincial Bank, Ireland, and their branches, and throughout the United Kingdom, as well as at all the principal banking institutions in England, Scotland and Wales, without discount or any other charges. Forfurther par tkulars. if by lettar, post P^'&%DMAN, ? 8??th EXCHANGE ON ENOLAND, IRELAND, SCOTLAND AND WALES.?The Subscriber ha* jUb&Sast all times for sale Drafts from ?1 to ?1000, |?yabl? B. Passage to and from Liverpool can be secured at thi lowest rates by any of the line of packets sailing on the 1st. 6t)i llth, 16th, list and 26th of each month, on application as above jy24 ec ___________ FOR NEW ORLEANS.?To succeed the Ata ? lanta?The fast sailing ship TRENTON ( aptain __?l ottinvr, will positively sail on Ssturday, Octobet 12 ? ...j splendid ship has unsurpassed iccommodatious for Ca bin, second cabin and steerage passengers, who will lie takJn at the lowet rates. Those desirous of securing lierths, wW reijuire to makeearly application on boa d, at Pier No. 14 E. K., or to JOHN HERDM AN, 61 South street. N.B. The subscriber will have a regular succession of first class ships, sailing every five days, lor the above port. o4ac DOUBLE EXTRA ITALIAN HAIR WASH An infallible, sove reign and celebrated er<o;cat"r of Dan druff?cleanse* and purifies the head and invigorates and cul tivates the Hnman Hair This cele brated Wiul, recom mended h y r. n me rod s iiH-<lu:a> and scienti fic gentlemen, ia con stantly for sale at the shop of the inventor aud proprietor. 17 Pak Row, N. York. p. PU8SEDDU. v B.?Orders from the country will be |iromptly attended to, if addressed to the Proprietor, enclosing ihecash. He has no agents. Single wash iu tae shop 25 cents?or 91 l?r boUle. ot lm*m T\R. CORBITT may be consulted confidentially m U ftce, 16 Duane street, two doors from Chrthan. wtrangers w respectfully informed that Sr. Corbilt i? a member of .the University of the Citv of New York. ?id that h'h? r.cln.rve ly confined his prac'.ice from being general to the t.eatmsnt of certain rlassm ol diseases, (now over eleven \ears in trie city ol S^orffUich engages his entire attenti-m. Th. annals^of medicine do not recordgreater success than is to be ^1" " practice. The Doctor cautions the unjortunate against_th> use of mercury, aa it has its thonsands ol^victims. Hacent i you in a few days removed entirely from the system. See that ,-j are judiciously treated by J person legally oaalifi.'d, and not by pretenders and quacks as there ai? several of th?m ?'this city. Persons afflicted with protracted and need not d?|?ir of being restored to health, by applying W Dr. Corbitt. A practice of many years has established the Doctor s reputation for skill and respectability,. Strictures enyage the Doctor'* profound attention. A medicine maybe had to pre ?enf a certain rliseane in any of its forms sil lin re OENTLEMEN'S LEFT OFF WARUROBE, THE HIGHEST PRICES can be obtained by Gf?j?emej| or Families who are desirous of converting iheir lelt on wearing apparel into cash. Families or <*entlemen quitting the city or changing reel dence, having any snperllnous effects to dis|>ose of, will find II mnch to their advantage to senll for the Subscriber, who will attend at their residence hy appointment. J. LEVIN8TYN, 466 Broadway, up itaiis. A Ime through the Pott Office, or otherwise, will recen* prompt attention si ltn*ee PIG IRON?200 tons No. 1 <iarth*lienie? for sale by WOODHULL h MINTI RNS, ojr,. H7 honlli *1 reel. [>< ?10 sask* /tale afloat?for sale I'V WOODHULI. k MINTI ll>S, ett. iff Mvwkjym The Last Great Speech of O'Oonnell. D Dublin, September 16. Hki-sal Association.?The uauul weekly meet ing ol Me lle|ieal Association look place to day tit tlie Conciliation-hull, which wan annual aa densely thronged da ou Hie last occasion, although Uie same anxiety to obtain udmisaiou was 1101 ob servable at or in the vicinity of the building, tihorily be lore 1 o'clock, Mr. O'Gonuell euiered the hall, and was received with a buist ol enihu siasuc cheers, accompanied by the waving of handkerchief* from ihe ladies who occupied ihe gallery. The hou. and learned genileiiiau was followed by Messrs. J. O'oonuell, M P., W. S O'Brien, M.P., H. (iraltuu, M l'., N. Malier, i*i. P., and others, and as soou as the cheering had subsided, moved the Hon. Mr. Hutchinson uuo tne chair. Mr O'Conncli. ruio araiJit loud cheeri, and proceeded to lay, that it wa* tbun hi* duly lo call the attention ol the ussoctatioulo ma matter* ut whicuhe had giveu no tics on ths hut day ol meeting They wero peihan* too buoy nut iu their spirit* ou tbai day to regulate with care and consideration tUe mighty concern* ol tbe nation-lor tne concern* ot Ireland were now iu tbelr band*. ("Hour" and shier*) Tbey were arrived at a period wbeu, it they ueled wuu discretion aud prudence and propneiy, the it l>eal ol tbe union w?* not only certain but near at band (Cheer* ) lit even doubted whether they were able to *|ioil their cause iu auy cane, it wa* iu *o prouiiuent and poweilul a situation; but he al.o kntw that an uwiul re sponiibiiity hung over them. The liberty ol Ireland Was at *tska- the prosperity ol the people ol I.claud wa* at ?take?the lesiorutiou to li eland ol her national I'arha ment wm at stake- all the blessing* that tbe oousti-.uuou could give, and above all, the comuiuauou ol the dilli-reiu sects and pui*ua*ioii* iu . ne bond ot Christian charity and attention?ail tiiusu important concern* were now at stake. They were arrived at a time wbeu they Could be 1 ee it tbey deserved it, and conducted theinseives ac cordingly. (Cheer*) '1 hey were then *omewbat more sober than they had beou hut week. (Laughter ) Thev bad been then naturally waim with the tnuniph which they ha l obtained, but more *ober thought* had come upon them since. Kvery thought aud reflection since lueu bad convinced biui more and moie that the uour oi libeily wa* at baud, aud thai tbey abould be free if they conducted themselves a* lieemen ought to do. (Cheer* ) 1'heir cuaiuniu had *aid well that their hr*t duty wa* conciliation. 1'hey had every encouragemeut to concili ate tho*.; who were oypo*ed to thein. 11 they looked at the transaction* ol the laat li mouth* they would *ee thai ihere wa* *pringing up ut eveiy *ide a di*po*iiion amongst Irishmen to coinbihe one with another Mo would take hi* own individual c.i*e. Wheu the verdict wa* louud agaiu?l hiui, in a manner which he need not then de*cube, mere wa* no triumph exuibiled on the part ol those who were called Ihe Orungu lactiou Tliele wa* no Oiango lodge illuminated -uo Oiauigo piocestion marcucd lortu in Coiuuienieiation ol the triumph. There were uo drunkeu oigie* ?no toast* ol "To hell with the I'ope and O Coudell " (Laughter.) There wa* nothing ol mat kind done; but thiee jeais ago the thing woulu ha* v"rjr ai*??rwtt. >l WM hut a little more than that* time since ^ *".,}*? 'u ,Kom? the Queen'* highway to Belltist. >"*''? 8S? tne north would hare be. n in a bluza Ot at | conviction. Now- there wa? no triumph ot the* slightest , kind. Such neutrality, it it went no lurther, wa* a mat* ler that th> y ought to hail a* a harbinger ol belter day* >o Inland, (cheer*) He njoiced ,u mat neutrality. He wa* gratelul lor il. Tbe uext subject which he had to rder to was lite lorraatioc ot a preservative aociety. He thougbl that society ought to be toiiued ol men who would make a sacrifice lor the lervice ol their country, and he thought it would be well thai they should be en tirely distinct from that association? that each auould be diitiuct lrom and uncontrolled by the other. He wanted to giVH the principle ol fixity to their arrangement* ana to remove the nu|iie?siou that any ol Ihe institution* ol the country were lo be injured or disturbed by ihu repeal ot the Act ol Union itineiewa* am thing thai would teud more luau another la inspire conh lence, it would be in having peisous ol pi overly lornied together into un as sociation lui the r?-?*iatiii*hment of au Irish Parliament He agietd with bu I, lend* Mr. Urattau and Mr. O'Brien, thai a continuance <*i tne union would caaae a real dan ger to properly, but lie did uoi ao *o lar a* Mr. U linen iu ui* opinion* with irgatd lo sepaiatiou. tor hi* (.Mr O'Conueil'*) part, he would never couaenl lo separation under any circuiuaUnoe*, aud he would gire up the iepeal lu-iuorrow il be ibougbt it would lead io?uch a result. On the centraly, obe ol his reason* lor woiking lor the is l>efcl wa*, that be wa* moat firmly convtnctd iliaiil w ou.it I ue the oui> mean* oi maintaining the connexion between the two couuine*. Tbe hou auu learned gentleman ih n read several extracts lrom Mr. U l oitui * pamphlet on ledemlism in support ol tbe lame opinion*, and lueu con tinued lo *ay that the Preservative Society acting like a kind ol Hou*eol Lords, would, whan br-tight into opeia non, be uuvantugeou* iu removing all false nnprtsMoiis and alaim* lrom the miud* ol tue lauded" proprb.-lois ol the country. Thu third subject wuich ne had bring lorward was thai ol thu impeachment ol the Ministry. With respect to tie judg..*, he thought the belter cotir*e would be lo have an audi ess to the Crown lrom both House* ol Parliament lor their removal, a* wa* the case in the removal oi Sir J. Barriuglon. That would be the moat constitutional pnnci|ile, a* it would lequnean inquiry beluru Parliament ui the hist instance He had himsell seen two instance* in which daugei to properly was anticipated, but in which no danaei followed. When the Catholic Emancipation wa* in si discussed, he heard, in the Hou*e of C ommon*, where he ought not to have heeu, more than one gentleman declare that tho property ot the Proteataut* would be endangeied, and th ir influence would be ihaktn lo it* centre?that ciaim* would be mada upon the for leited property, and that many Itoinan Catholic* had imseivsU the titla-deada to those lands, if the Lmanci nation Act were oairied. That act wa* cariied; the Irish people had curried it, aud that a-a lime, too, when the ? upjioitei* ol the cause could not havo collected in a fort uigui, a* many gentlemen a* were now reporting tound ihe table. What was the const queues? Had properly, he asked, been injured I Hud tus lorleited land* been claimed I Had Piuteslant influence been Itraentdf (?yheei* ) No, none oi these thing* i.ad happened, ano uo apprehension had ever been so luiiie (except that ol the speedy carrying ol the repeal ol the union) as the ?ear mat such thing* could occur. (Cheer* ) In oppoitng the itelorai Bill, il wa* laid that, it successful, it wouid shake the old institutions ol the countiy, be the author ol many evil*, breuk up thecommon law right of representa tion, and violate thofe right* which made property re cure. It was said, in tact, " II you pas* thi* bill, you de >nve every man of the value of hi* piopsrty, by depriving him of the exercise of its rights.*' The lesult showed the fallacy oi those lean; as lo 178U the restoration ol Ireland to her rights had, instead ol diminishing the va lu.i of property, just produced the contiary effect, and it was a notorious lact that in i ocountry iu the world had property so mach increased in value a* in Ireland in the ytiai* subsequent to 1782. (Loudcheeis) Now, It wa* importaut that those who thought that the value or sta bility of property would be injured by the repeal shotnd become acquainted with, and he told them emphatically, that the repeal would not injure either one or the other' (Cheer*,) but that by it the Iruh people would have the benefit ol Irish taxation, and he did not think thai manwarth conciliating u ho did not think that worth ?triving lor. (Cheers.) He would now come to tbe ad d ess to the people of England, and the impeachment ol the Attorjey General. (Cheering ) There was no need for him to enter into the details of the trial, but he wan ted to know this :-Thej- had heard much ol Kngluh sympathy. (Hear, hear) He wa* loaded with letlets telling hun that he was wrong in fixing on the Engliih peo pie the fault* of their governor*, and that he should not have used su h harsh language towards them. Now, he must remind the EtiglLh people,with all respect, that Ihej had borne withth. greatest patience that The 7Vmt#*ho?ld lavish the foulest abuse upon their Irish brethren, ano should call their priesthood 'surphced ruffian* * " hoary headed incendiaries,n 'monkish assassin*," and them selve*,' a Monlou* multitude." (Cheering ) Now, il he called (hem '8axon*"wu* it not a very mitigated tt-rm com pared with the language he bad quoted lrom The Timet, at the pei iod when it was writing the whig* out and the lories in, which it mainly succeeded In by exciting n spirit ol anti-Irishism and a "No Popery-' cry In England 1 (Cheirs) ' Saxon" was uo term ol reproach. It we* an honored name, and the pure*t portion ol liberty wa* de rived lrom Saxon law* and in.t it ut ions-the Parliamen tary ?y?tem, trial by jury, (cheer*,) and the shrievalty, (cheer*); hut, even II it were a disgraceful name wa* not ' felonious multitude ' rather worst i (Loud cheers ) Wa* not " hoode I us*as*in*" ss bad as "Baxon 7" Wa* not " Monkish tyrant* and surpliced ruffians" quite a* *trong a* " S-ixou >'? (Loud cheer*) " But I'll tell Englishmen what I'll do," laid the hon. gentleman : " I'll make a bar gain with them. I.et tht m forgive me "Saxon," and I'll for get the compliments oi The Timet. (Cheers and laughter ) I will remind you how 1 wa* received in England during I he discustion of the w rlt of error. I wa* receive I moat kiudiy, and cheered in my exertions " Mr. Of:onhell proceeded to snlogiie the Covent-garden Theatre dinner, and thel warmth ol hi* reception at varion* towns in Eng land. Ha was, he continued, now arrived at the time when he would teat the English (Cheer* ) There ?hould be no more discussion one way or anoi her, as to what their laeling* toward* Ireland were (Cheers-) On

thi* question they would either Join Ireland, or not, and one way or another the public mind would lie tested ? (Loud cheers ) He told England from that place that if she joined them, they would do her ample justice, and would sound her praiae in shouts whose echoes suould re-echo themaelves again They would pray that she might be great and powerful?that she might obtain eve ry advantage In peace, and victory in war. (Cheer*.) He promised them, in retura. Ihe lion heart and *tout heart ol Ireland. (Cheers.) He pramited them her glowing intel lect, and the congregation of her virtues?her temper ance?her morality?her chaatity. (Loud cheers) He promited them the whole ol t'it?e il they Joined Ireland in obtaining the victory over injustice. (Cheer* ) H> had a right to expect it. 8uppo*irig|that the member lor the Eait Hiding of Yoikshire, and the member for Bath, Mr. Wilion, or the Coin Law League, and the proprie tor* ol the Morning Chronicle, Jld>ierti$tr, and Qloke, as well a* the tecretary ol the League, were indicted to gether, hurled into a dock together, not allowed to ap pear by attornev, but treated like ao many sheep itealeia, and were tried by a Jury of their political opponents rlfi. Wi,,on- for instance, by a jury ol tenanta of the IJnke of Buckingham, selected by the Duke himself hst they wero sent to gaol for three mon'hi without a shadow ol Usr to warrant it, oi seven of his friends were (cheers)?for where, be asked, was the suthori ty to do It 7?what right wai there to do It 7?(iren en ?loui cheering)?what a cry would have lieeu railed from one end of England to the other?the very atones in her streets would h.i?n raided their voices. (Tremen dou* npplnuie) Th> English had n quirk way of rem a lyir.g injustice Hampden lost his lite fcr a two und su jimnytsx and at ollier j utrfot his for a pamphlet - and had such a liung oggurrsd tuera, Iks p?gpie Wviu4 Uavs rauad ouu iiinver.nl cry, aud, ins ead oi asking for in quiry, would deaiaud where wait St. James'or Sucking liam Palace. (Cheers) Knglaud would have immediate justice, aud, tui niug out her myriad*, she would have driven bar t> rams hum tlieir seats, however lolty - (Loud chteriug ) Mow, wai the member lor Yorkshire iu any way a mure Ireeouru subject than bU auu John .' As for himself, he ua> buru in slavery-but his sou was bora true, or wms he not a. much entitled to protection as the member lor Bath? (Ureat cheering ) II not, what be came ol the Union I (Kenewed cheering) Let the people et tnglaud givo up the humbugging idea oi deluding Ireland (cheers), aud either join lier heart ana hand, or allow her to consider them as her bit terest eueuiy. (Loud entering) Her bitterest eue my, he said, because Lugland stood between them and htir oppresses, and woula uot remain neutral (Cheers ) Knglaud, however, must now take a part with ihvU or against inein. (Cheers) He ofl' red tier the allegiance 01 the Irish people, which would make Louis Puillippe treiubie on his tlirone, aid would wipe away the disgiace of Alogador ; but he had his pricu. He was to be bribe j, I auu his bribe was justice (Cheer*. In return for that he would make ttugland the greatest of natians. (Cheers.) He was amused wuh a passage ol tbe judgment of tbe House ol Lurus, wherein they commanded that he aud bis lellow* ? should be reitored to all that they had lost." (cheers aud laughter ) There was the solemn judgineut ol the Houaa ot Lords lor them ! (Laug ttr.) How could they give Lim back three months ol his lile f? (cheers.) An inch was a good deal m a man's nose and tuiee months waa something at his time ol life. (cheer*) aud laughter) They uiigui stop lha cCck, but uot the fljod ol time. W .ai couid they Jo? They could punish I tbeauthors of wioug, whom be would be leady to lorgive when they acknowledged their oifeucea. Having alluded to the peaceable atate ol the country, and ridiculed the idea oi a coercion bill, and of his uustaiuiug iroui agita tion, as rnuomuieiided iu the Sun, Mr. O'Coiinell proceed ed to aigue, that he had been convicted ot hlteeu criuits by the jury, where only live were charged agaiust turn. A gentleman had asked him the day me verdiul was re turned, il it were resdly true / and on hearing that it was so, asked him (Mr. U'l onuuilj, " Have the juiy convicti d you of the murder of that Italian boy I" ?? No," said he (Mr O'Connell), '? because they weie not asked ' (Roars ol laughter) Having referred to other circumstances ol tbe state trials, and inveighed agaiust Judge Burton and the other judges, the learned geu.lemau concluded a It ngtnened speech by a nvid picture oi the triumph ol the Irish people when their om 11 Parliament should be restored to them, amidst the loudeat applause. Swindler Arrkrikd?A rough looking middle aged man, Uhined Otunuel brown, all ad .Samuel Vaucott, alias Uamaiiel VanCott, was arrested by olliceis James Youugand Leviu H. Smith, yesteiday, aud taken bel ?ru Mayor Scot! under the tollowiug ciicumstauces :? Joseph L Lord, oi Brooklyn, N V., stated thjit on Thurs day the 3rd ol Octobor, tue prisoner, wiin c lied himseil Blown, was made known lo lum by Ills brother, lieui; fc. Cord, ot (New York, to whom he had previously intro duced liuusell by a letter purporting to have been written by a person ol the uaiue ol lloldeu, ol Uarbudous. This letter proteased to give an accouut ol the death ol a brother ol Mr. Lord's, who had not been heaid ol lor twenty-lour years, aud who was slated to have died in tiarbadoes, in May last, and to have leli $760u to 11 Jl Loid. This amount Browu said he was authorized to pay over, on being sat isfied oi ihu identity of Mr Lord He laid he had a ?,uan 1 m, J merchauuisu near Newark, N. J , on whicn he owed Irelgbt auU chaiges- in the hands ot the brother ol ! the captain ot tb? Vessel in which it came He wanted money advanced to pay tn?l? charges, and offeied to de posit the goods at security lor the repayment ol the money, and out ot the preceeds of the sale ot them, the legacy ol seven thousand hve bundled dollars was lu be deducted. Two hundred dollars was advanced lo him, and be sigued a receipt for the same, in the name ol Drown. I he delendaiu went with him to Newark to re ceive the goods, and bespoke freight on beard ol a sttam boat to laku theui to New Yoik. Tile prisoner then went oil' in a wagou to fetch the goods, leaving Mr. Loru at a tavern, and was never hoard ol until he was secured in this city. Mr. Lord said that he was led to be iie.ve the lellow's story about his brother, lrooi u.e luct that a younger brother ot his lelt homo aboui 'J4 years ago, saying, "he would not return until he had made a loiliuic,'' and he had never been heaid of since. The charge ol obtaining inouey under laise pretences being cleaily made out against liiowu, he w as Committed to the County 1'iisou, to be sent en to New Yoik tor trial, on tbe arrival ol a requisition lioin the Uovernor ol thai State brown is the same tellow who, about a twelvemonth since, attempted to swindle D A. M'Ciedy Ik. Co., grocers, Nurih Water atieet, out of a sum ol money by u similar story.?t'htladtlphia Chnmiclt, Oct. 8. The Boundary Li&k.?Our renders will recol lect that the line o! boundary between the Uuitctl States and the linusn Provinces was surveyed and cut out last seasou, tioin the suuice ol the river St. Cioix to the outlet o. Lake Pohenugaoiook. One ol the parties ol the American commissioner a-ceiidel the noith west branch of the St. John, aud ascertain! d by aotual survey, the point om that stiearn, descubed in the treaty ot vVauu lugtonas " ten miles lioin the main rivet, by u hiraigut line and in Uie nearest direction, and at least stven rnnes n om the Ciest ol the Highlands " The poitlou of the monument upon the line Iroiu the St Croix to the fct John, reqdii eu to be elected by the Aiuerioau Commission were set in the ground. We learn, that In Ioi? the close of tue present scaaou, tbe line tioin Poneuagamook to tin N.W. it ranch, a distance ol more than two hundred ane eighty tulles, thr^ugi, a deuse to rent and over a couuli) iu many places almost inaccessible, trom precipitous mountains, will have becu suiveyed, cut out to the width ot thirty leet, and established. '1 ho lemaiu ? er of the uionumenls on the line frcin the St. Croix, the St Jonn, and upon th Islands in tuat ri ver will be erected. It being impossible to place the monuments upon the Migniands in the summer, they wilt be taken in on hand sleds during the winter.? Wo learn that the supplies lor the surve).iig M<d rutting parties u,ou the Highlands have bien earned in upon the uaoka ol the men i be whole number ot men employed is nearly six hundred. The mouumrnia placed at the principal points are ten feet, and other* six, tn length.? Eatlem jiigui. Forgkr Arrested ?J o?eph B. Collin, of Brim Held has been arrested In Northampton lor lorghig In* lathet's name to a note, with which he obtained die uuudred dollar* at the Northampton Bank It is said that be also obtained a short time before $>00 at the Ware Bank, on a ioiged note. Vice Chancellor*' Court. Before Vice Chancellor McCoun. Oct 8.?Thia was an action commenced by PliiueaaT. Barnum, of tbe M isetim, against Frederick Randall, lha giant. Amxinokr Wstion and Wst. M. Pnica, E*qs., appeared lor the defendant, and Mr. Nilm for plaintifl The action wsa brought to prohibit the defendant from exhibiting himself and wife at any other place than that defined by the plaintiff, or for the bem fit of any other person. The plaintiff exhibited a contract made between him and defendant, in which the latter agrees to exhibit himself and wife in this country, for the term ol eight months, for the benefit of plaintiff, for the sum ol (4A0, fiom which was to be deducted their pa*sng>t out and other expenses, and the defendant was to supply himself and wife with hoord and clothing (or the term. They ar rived here in April last, an I iu Jr.ly tbe agent of plaintiff made application to the defendant to etiter into a new contract to consent to exhibit elsewhere, and divide the proceeds between plaint ill" and defendant Pending this application, and before any breach of the alleged contract had been made by tbe defendant, be waa arrested at the tuit of the plaintiff, and with his wife lodged in Kldrldge street prison. A writ of nr earst was aerved upon him, which waa subsequently dls charged. The motion now waa to dlsaolveth* injunction, and Mr. Price in support, cited thecaseof Hamilton vs Dinneford, 3d Edwards' Chancery reports, in which it is held that contractu fo? mere personal service could not be enforced In thia manner. He also contended that the remedy of plaintiff was at the usual suit at law, and even if the defendant was insolvent it waa no reason why the plaintiff*should not he eorfi led to that remedy T< nt in ibis case the injunction was setved prematurely, aa the defendant was arrested while engaged at the musi'tim, and whatever view may be taken ol the departure of de fend a nt since, on his exhibiting at PhilHdeipbia, It had no hearing upon thecase, as nothing could be introduced <x cept acs antecedent to the injunction Tbe counsel tor plaintiff denied this position, and cont<nded that the in solvency ol defendant left the proceedings before this Court as the enly remedy. He argued further, that an agreement to deliver a certain number of balea of colton not fulfilled, could he brought Into this court to compel the nsirties lo perform their contract, aa in no other way aould redress be had to the plaintifl The Chancellor dissolved the injunction, saying that lha ca<es reierred to by Mr. Price, were sufficient to determine his decision.? A motion incidental to this case will be decided to-day Common Pleae? lii Chambers. Before Judge L'lahoefler. Oct. 8.?Hrnry Covltrr vi. Tkumai Mc.Jtiam-?This was an application under lha act to abolish imprisonment for debt, and te punish fraudulent debtors The lr"t* of the case, as disclosed on examination, were, that tue firm ol Thomas McAdam k Co. (of whom th? defendant was prin cipal member) carryiogon business at No. 46 front street, I >n this city, bought three pianofortes liom the complain ant, and gave him in payment an order lor a quantity ol lumber on a firm in Brooklyn, and a check on one ol the city hanks for $100 Complainant, on presenting the I check the next day after the transaction, we* inlormed that the firm of McAdam k Co. bad no lunds in the hank The order for lumber was also dishonored A judgment was afterward* obtained againat the defendant*, and exe. cution issued thereon, which turning oat unavailable, tbe complainant resorted to the preaent proceeding. A man of teitimony wa* produced on both lids*, the gene ral tendency of which, however, went lo ihow that the defendant had property and right* in action, which he fraudulently refuted to apply to the payment of com plainant'* debt. It wa* concluaively proved by ene of the defendant'a own witnejae* that be had a gold watch, I chain, lie. , a pair of gold ipeclac.lea, and a pair of steel nnes. Judge Ulshoi fl'. r, on mature consideration of the case, made an order for the commitment of the defendant, Judah and Kntgerald for complainant; Kltni all for de fendant. Chnnrellnr'a Court. Oct R ? Cratrr u Dnutht ? The argument in thil case will be proceeded with on Wednesday, the 18 h inst, when complainant will be beard through h s coun sel, Oaorge Wood, Riq. Conrt Calendar?This Day. Hcrcsioa Cot ?t ?No* U9, S7, iW, M), 4?, 4?, 44. U.44,47, 4S, M?, Si, t>'l, ft3, M few now PiKsa?No*. ?, 17,4K, <W,?, M. I >?,? ?. M. 79. ?i?J, .6, 16, 76, Wt ciAvuit CtfVM?Ma? m y?K?r<U| Board of MupvrvUora. Octobkx 1. ?Tim Committee on Aunual Taxes, to whom was lelentd the Aaaeasmeiil lioil, pre?eiit? il the lollwwuig Report theieoa, with tue necessary Re*oiuiion* ill accordaucu therewuh , which were luid on the lablu, and directed to be p11 t*d lor the u*e ol the member*. CHAULKS A WHITNEY, Claik. The Committee on Annual Taxes, to whom was referred the .tsseasuieut Koli, a* completed, re*peeiluily? HkfukT ; That it hax heretaoru been uuusual for the Committee topruzmt a wnuou llepoil relative to 'l'u?a, but the subject is oue involving principle* ao inipoitaui to every citueu in a pecuniary view, mat they have dteim d it ptoper to place it belore the community , in an condensed a form aa possible that every cilizeu may be enabled to judge impartially ol the mullet, uud 101 m a correct opin ion a* lo the eausae p>i>ducuig an increase ot 1 ?n < tor the year 1*44. Another leaaou has mliueu.'ed the Cum. mitti-e. A majority ol the present Corpoiatiou came into power pledged to relorm. They leel ouhacioua they nave endeavoied, in good laith, to redeem the pledge, and, in all their acta, hare, *o lor a* could be done with prop! lety , (taking into consideration the acta of their predectasoia, which nave, mote or less, produced dilfecuitiea and do lays,) had that object in view. Your Committee have deemed it proper to make thi* statement, Ixicauae, lectktly, endeavoia nave been made to produce au excitement, and de>ig.ung men cau be louud m every comniumty, who, Horn interest, disap pointment, or coirupt uioiivea, covered by a pretendud zeal lor the pubuc good, put lortu ftatt.mi.uU predicated upou view* entirely ut variance with the lact. Annexed la a atatement ol tne Tux lor the year1844, showing ihe pailicularilrmaol Which It la composed. VoUl CoUimntee call ihe attention o> the Board to tne lirat and aecoud lurna in the annexed atatement, amountiug logeiuer to $e36,7oU The debt lor Whicn lh?*? bouda weie gtvtn, as alaled in these two Items, was incuirtd by the predecessors ol the present hoard The present 11. aid had nothing to do witn the creation ol it und could not relieve itseil liom the pay meut; it is a lixed debt, and has to be paid ; and, inas much a* the present Board had not the means to pay it, they were compelled to give the bond*. The next item la a balance ot $116,773 "J, money boi rowedotthe " Water Kami." Tint item, like tne previ ous ones, the present Hoard had nothing to do with On coming into office, the debt was looud to have been cie ated, nut the present Board has since leduced uliom $ 171,421 3a, the sum originally burrowed by its predecea surs, to tne amount above ineuiioued '1 he uext Item, $4o7,624 97, speaks lor ilaeil. All ale awuie ol tne lact, mat the ntcesaary annual ex|>enses ol tn. city are neavy , and they aie put down at tnis aum, which is believed to be the lowest possible estimate. The next item, $7 o.0(17 67, is lor the support ol Common School*. Una sum, like the lirat three, was lemainii.g unpaid on the IMlt uay ot .May last, wuen the pieseut Uoaju cume into ottice, and a haa lalleu to the lolul the pieseut tiourd to provide the means ol payment. U1 the like chuiacier are the next two item* ol $i4,^oi on, oi. i *?7,o?4 hw i haae itiree items, making together $167,234 o4, lor School purposes, nave, wuh lhe exception ol $;i6,Ha3 Ud, uriaeu under tue dilferenl acts relative to schoola in the city, and over which tma boiud haa no control. The item ol $36,663 9s, included in the last above, is a requisition ot tue pieseut Board ol Education, under the act oi 7m May, 1841, and ever which this Boaid Mas no powjr. The next item, $100,0O0, needs no c> uimeut , it speaks for itsell. . .The present Boaid have no control i over it, and is only to provide the means to pay it with. Tne same will apply to the $oU,000. lleie your Com mittee remark, thai the iuuding system, as adopted, is oue not calculated to give the reliel anticipated. It la only postponing the pay meut. Is it not ueuer lor Ihe citizens to know and understand tne piacise situation ol city finances?whet they are held liaaie to pay, and to pay it, than to postpone, theieby swelling the taxes ytarly ? The next item la $40,676 36, due the male on Mill l ax levied in 1642 a_d Ib43. Here again ihe pio sent Board are compelled lo wcicase the tax in ordei to meet .i debt, tne pay meut oi which cannot be avoided, and over which they have uo connol Thu next two items lor indigent Mules and indigent Bnnd are now due ; thu present Board are compailtd to raise the money, ibe uext item of $36,374 36, being the amount uecessary to meat waiTimis laaue.. [q, debts due. Theie is oue lact to which your Committer desirous ol calling the special aiientiuu ol the Board and a-10 Uiul o1 1,110w citizens. It is the enormous' increase 0. ,ur *?"? P?*" year. Last year it was $ 61,?J0 ** iui* year, $o79,642 1U, making an moi ease oi $428,020 .'0 1 he pieseut Buaid cannot remedy it. It is lor vue ciuzrTia lo wheuiei ihey w ill couseut t? couiinii* a systeui that i'as already increased then- pecuniary burthens, and which, ll con tinued, haa no limit as to the auiouiil.the Boald ol Lduca tion may demand. This Board is ouly the humble iue<ii um usoil by ine Boald ol fuiucatien to lorce the money Irum the|>ockels ol our clUZc.ua. Ihe annexed ataieuietit will allow lh<! increaae on evely $IOU, and also that ol Iht S ate Tax Your Coiumitiee t.ler this Boatd, aud aiau their lellow-citizens, to the ftiuilXed alaieinents, aa giving a correci view in ev?.ry particular how the i ax lui the pieaelit year is uiaue up. Your Commitiee also call the attention ol tb? Board to ihe decieaao ol the fersoual Tax in some ol Ihe wards ? 1 his urile ? Irom various causes home ol our wealthiest citi7.< ns, inoKter lo avoid the t.rolou Water tax and a portion ol Hie L.,h.|> and Watch tax upon peisonal pio peny, removeloi tuat ptupose into the 12th Ward Oih tXa, to avoid all lax tlpun peisouul piopeiiy, quit the city with their l imiliea lor a lew moiitha, whiie both ciaaaea continue to do b iaimai iu the city, aud ava.l themselves of all the Innetits aiising froui ihe City goveinmeut.? iuiais not just. It impost.* upou those citizens who do not resort lo such ineaus, an additional pecmuaiy bur then. To remedy this, your Committee suggest, that the time for usaossing leal and peiaonal property , be changed irom the j reset t time to tne montn ol January , in each year , our citizens by thai liine havtug returned Anoti - er evil exists wuh regard to jieisunai properly, and which, in the opinion ol your Committee, ought to Li remedied, viz: Mary peisons reside permaiMhtiy ai Brooklyn ami other placti near the city, who daily nans act buaiues* here to a large amount I'hey e?capo taxa tion where lliey reside, and enjoy all the lieu Ills of ha v. ing their property protected, without contiibuung in tin least toward the expense This should not l*? ao I'ro ptrty so situate, ought to pay its juat proportion, and no good reason can b? given why il should be otherwise ? Your Committee likewise call the atteu< ion of the Board and that of their fellow-citizens to the Slate Mill J ax ? As at present levied, this city pays mole than lis juat pro portou. Tha ritizens are i.uilh<n<d unjustly. I'he lol lowing statement will show tola i? i?- the case, viz :? The population ol tba Mtaleof New Yoik, ?a rommed in the C'uited States Census ot ls4U, was'2,428 921. The whole amount of Mill Tox raised in the Htate in 184'J, was I6l!l 693 81 The population of the City and county ol New Yoik. as returned in 1840, was 313,982 Tie amount of Mill Tax raised in the city and county of New York id 1*42, was $237,800 90. The above shows that with a population of about one eighth of the whole State, this county pays two-fltiha ol the wholnlitat'jTax. From this statement it is manliest that the Slate Mill Tax is unequal in its operation, and burtliensoine upon the city ; it calls for legislative pro tection. Your Committee have thus gone into detail of evary important ltrm in the Tox Bill, and have endeavored to place the subject fairly before ihe Board and their fellow citizens. It i* for them to say whether the present Board, in providing means lor the payment of the City Debt are to be censured lor the arts of their predecessors , at their own acts they are willing to be judged All of which is respectfully submitted wi'h the accom panying resolutions. KLIAB Ci. DRAKb, HORATIO MOTT. New Yo*x, Oct. 1, 1844. Eitimuttof Levy far 1844. IS44 Sept 9. Bonds given for advances to meet current expenses by the old Common Com.cil prior to the iMh May la??, (the time the naw Board came into office,) $380,71)0 uo Bonds given since that (>eriod for same pur poses, 6?0,000 00 Borrowed of the " Water Fund," by the old Board, prior to 16th May last, $171,421 St) Paid on account since that day, 66,647 76 116,773 02 Amount to pay from this date to 1st Jan. next, (exclusive of schools and interest,) for current city expenses, 407,*14 $7 Due for support of Common Schools, and to be paid be fore the 1st January next, $79,007 07 I)ne for lands and buildings for school purposes, hereto fore ordered to be levied by the Supervisors, 24,201 09 Deficiencies for support of schools, erecting and fitting up, as riquirtd by the Board of Education, under the Act of May 7, 1844 , 07,901 0a I07.2M 04 (Of which amount the present Board of Supervisors have ordered to be leviad $38, 863 98 ) Amount required to meet the interest on the City Debt, due Isl November next 100,OoO 00 By the Act of May 14, IH4i>, $400,000 city Floating Debt was funded on condition that nn annual tsx ol $M>000 he levied, and to meet which this amount will he required on 1st February next, 60,000 00 Balance due the State on mill tax levied in 1043 '3, 40,670 30 Due for support and edncation of indigent Mutes, by virtue of the several Acts ol the Legislature, of April 16, 1H26, Apiil 10, mo, and May 1st. 1441, and now hi the Daaf and Dumb Asylum. 1,070 (Ml Due for support and education of indigent Blind, by virtue of laws of Ihsh, ch 344, and also laws of l*<39 ch 300, and now in the Institution for the Blind, 634 |n Warrants outstandi g, $6H,A43 36 l eas amt on hand in Bank H2,3aN 97 30 374 ? $1,760,977 47 Deduct estimsted revenue from source* not pledged for in'ereat -being collections for arrears of taxea for IMJ '? : receipts liom Alms House and Cleaning Streets, 36 ooo in Total Lavy necessary for City, $1,731,977 4i Neceasaty to raise lor State Tax, by vlrtua of Acta of 3#th May, ISM and 7th May, 1*44 11 rents p*r $Ha>. the former Art requiring 10 canta, and the latter I cent. $2tf.M>0 06 N iM.m 7i i be 1 nx levied ik?l >tkt lor ?CLcols (in 1048) was >161,610 34 '1 L? 'lu lo IK levied this y?ai by virtue ol tl.e several ucis Ol the LegiSlktUla, I* *879 f>43 10 ; o ?* ku.g au txceiaover la?t y terol *330,O~4o 76, being i??s?liy 10 Cent* Ob evei) $100. In cieaie oi state Tux over la?t jeir m ?33.'9t> 04, being I Cent on Itei) *iCU. W huh >ui amounla ?*!*> to be levied fur the lul.ow ing pui puke* Kui s?cbcni*- tkflcielicy of U?J ui Is-tS, $>0,181 M Lx|m udnuie* oti lends and tiuiiuiiigs in 1044, 74,148 01 OrOettil to be levied but unpaid lu 1044, 34,861 0S Killing up and support of licboel* 30 MV 67 Lxptnata ut boaiuoi Lducalion, 040 00 Which amount is directed to be levied by Act ol April liib, 1043, aud to oideied to be levied by Uie old buaid ol Mupeivuoia lu IB43-4. Oue-iwelitittli of cue per cent ou whole kiuouut ol ptopetiy dlitcled to Ilk levied by Act* in 1043-3 and 4 *117,1*0 in Ami'Uut placed by the 8 ,t? in ilie banu* ol tile Cbau.bei lain lot puipokea ol IL.ucaliuo, Irom the, I .'tilled IHklek Oepo nt luiiil, piovidcd an equal amuum i* iklktd li,. t. e City 46.404 71 Uettciiucy under Act ol 7ih May , btli Section, 37,Si* 00 Ueticieucy utidei Act ol 7th Aiay, 13ih becuon, 83,060 M 338,660 M Making a total tax for t-'choola in 1S44, *?79 t43 10 Kor kupport ol Mutes an beiote aiaud, l.ttio oo Kor ao ol Bund k* do go 634 10 contingencies cbkigeablu un the County, excepting lor Bcnools, Water Inieickt, Watch ai.d Lanip Depailiueuls, Repairs Ol, aud Cleaning Sileel*, 388,331 06 To bo levied for State tax in the County, Making a total county levy of lo i. eci deficiency ol W aier Interest, Watcb Depaitinent, Lamp Dcpul lUiellt, iicpaita ol, and cleaning streets, Whicli lum in to be rawed ou the whole county aa loliowa, on >700,7 3U 66 Less this amount credited to watd* collected out ol the .iMi>.<i?n<'au n| the teveral warns chaiged back to tUeni prior lo 1044, 10,870 68 *1,1*91,0*4 61 770,860 34 On Water diitrlr.t 334,103,718 00 at 30 .9 48 100 4t>9,840 40 On Watch Dt*tiict 330.3ta.31O 00 at 11 6 63-100 366,666 79 On Lamp Uutrici 337,770,393 90 at 6 3 7-100 130,677 N On itreeta, lie., 337,831,433 00 at 4 1 07 100 06,363 01 City rate, 76 1 M loo *1,731.967 06 State lax U cent* per *100 3*0,666 06 _ *1,001,616 U Ucneral beaeloiia. Before Recorder Talluiudge aud Aldermen Jackion auu Wmiani*. M. C. Patibsoh, fcnj, Uumci Attorney. Yuaauar.?Co*e vj Juknjon??.?The Dwtiict Attorney staled tnai in tne c?? ui J?nu June., ine button nikkei, indicted to piucuitugau abouion lioui Catherine Cos lello, ue kliuuiu uetei lUe inai, a* liiu uccuaetl had leCenily orokeu 111* leg. Su-iltitg uiu?.?tdward Hilien, indicted lor grand luicuny , in aivauug 0,000 lianca, irom Victor ii.iidiaiiei, Kiencucook, at Buunam's, enleted a pica ol guilty, and waa leuiauoed lor kenlence. i'utjuitd iJ.ii/.? 1 noma* k. bhaw und William Kcnna dy , inaic.td lv/1 u?*kallaui baileiy, and Oeoige t'uber. lor pciii laiceuy , not kppekruig, Hull ieCLguiZ?nc?* w?ie a> Ciaiod luiUiu.d. beveial c*aea were ready lot trial, but couniel for the iltlentu being engaged lu ine tiiul ol cau*ea moth r Court*, tney coulu not Oe tiled At 10 n>lnulea paat 16 u'clocll, tbe cuiuI adjwumeU till lu day at 11 o'clock. Common Pleas. Belure Judge Daly. Oct 0 ?David Loach VI. J'muck Utiuy and iirnry Mc Luuglkiiii ? 1 ma vvaa an action ol Ueapea*, biooglit agkinal defendant* lor Carrying away Certain pi open j uuuef u loiidloro * warranl, ou a claim lot leaii oui oi pie mlaea 4o| Ciuaa ail eel I l?ii,i,d it appeal eO, I en led ? back iooiu and .luie lur one nioutU, lot M0 ptr month, (?ayable ui advaui'e, on a *tKt lul agietm?nt, tne laking it ?aa alleged Leu.goliiy lot lUnl Bionlh. i tic Halt: toak me 7.1i UctuOi i, 10-U, alio tbe rtluoVal OCCUIltd OU Ibe 6 6 On plaiuiifl'a leuiovmg lu> good*, Ike landioid got Hiniy, iviiu i* a martial, lo aeitc lor lent, wlien may took un ay a c.n lluad, cutiaiatlug ol keg* und locole.o malch et, (kc. Verdict lor plainiitf, : 61 >oi plaiimlt, Mr A. >1. initio?for defenduiu, Mi Cliuion lie Will and All'erman Henrj. Jithn bout her v* Liihaid Multman ? Vhia wm an action ol aiktiuipaii, brougtii to tecuver a quartet'* rent ol pre mi*ea ,\u "(?!Kii Avenue, wbicb wa* occupied by a len am named Otorge Kelterer Action t* btuughl again*' tbetiUlety of tbe te nam. Tbe dilenca pultn * a* llilt tbe pri uu*ea ueit uuienantabie, and tbai the nouae mm out ol r< pair. U waa put in loi the daieucetbat fiaitd waa imolted W Ui Ictiiug ibe premixe*, pia.ntid having au gaged them a* lenantalile. Verdict ibia lotenoon. W uion aud jUackie lor plkinliU' \ Thompaon and Walsh lor d eland ant. Hii|??rlor Court. lit fun' Judge Oakley. Oct. 8 ? Thnmat H Young it Hanfm SaulV?This was an anion oua piomutury not" lor *600 wnb mtrleat sii.ee lt>4i Vndiot lorplniiititf *6*'W 07. //em y Hinidalr ri L>avid J btighum ?Thia was an ac tion biought to recover tbe vaiu? oi eeitain good* which it wai ant were iraaduli ntly disposed of. It appealed that in 1043 the plaintiff a?iu |-i cane* ol broad olvth Iron a fkCtory at Ilii.adale, Ma**achiuetia, to the delendaiit at St Lout*, laid defendant to keep them on stoisgr, *ub)> ct to the order ol plaint.0' Hhoitly alter thia the aeieiiuaut lent eight canes ol the good* to an auctioneer lor aele, re ceiving about *1,000 advance upon tbrm. Th< plamnff, in order to recovei the cloth*, wax obligt d to maka good Ibe advance, and waa at other expenie. The present ac tion i* therefore brought to tecover *1,464 80. Verdict lor plaintiff *1 040 3ft Circuit Court. b? fare J11 Ib?? Kent. Oct 8.? M'-ad, Rogeri + Co v*. Jil/rtd Htyl.? Thla ra*e, reported in yeati rday'a Hrrald, ?t* lisnnud Thu July had i.ot Rgreed up to the hour of adjournment. Elitha Ktifkman vi S acy Pitcher ? Spiling Inlellt genet ? Tin* was a curious action ol anumpait krought by plaintiff, who is a gentleman ol the turf, against <ta lendaiit, who is alio h aporting character, to recover tho amount o a wager, alleged to have bean lost by plaintiff nt the celebrated trotting match between "Amencus " a. d ' Ludy Sufi ilk."on the < entreville Course The amount of the wager b?ii g *3 '>00. The nice on the occasion al luded to was won by "Aiue Icus." Tbe defendant was the itak? -holder and paid over the money. The action is brought under the law in relation to gambling, aud the Rev iced Statute! were pleaded In bar, by which it ap peared there was a leserved right <n favor of the ( ouny of Queens to allow racing, and it was contended for the plaintitt that the Htatute reserved the right of racing in Queens. Tbe winner of the wager was another aporting charac ter, Mr Mmturn. to whom the wager wu banded over at the termination of the tare. The caae ha* excited a good deal of interest In th* ? porting world, as it iuvolvei a nice quistion of Law. Adjourned over D. B. Dlatrlct Court. Defote Judge Betts. Oct. 0 -Jury caae* were called on in thia Court thla day, but no CKiei on the calendar being ready, the jury were diacharged fill II o'clock this forenoon. Ills lln?on then heard argrmeiit cases. Delano at ?/ vs. Qtorge Ifhiiiaker - This ia an ac'ion brought at the inataucn ul the owners of the schooner Na varro, to recover for the use of said vesael by delendsnt, who. it a pears, msstered her far a voyage to Laguira, I'orto Cabello and Maracaibo. The defence is tbat the vessel came home without a fnil caigo lu conaequeuce of plaintiff'* agent having refused to go up the Lake Mar. acaibo to take in a cargo of fu*tio, which it I* coatomaty lur veaiels trading at Port Maracaibo to do. Declnon de ferred. I'nlted States Commlaaloncr'n OfBce. Be lore Commissioner H O Hapelje. Oct 6?John W Woodward was arrested on tha eh urge of having, on ihe loth of August ia*t taken away from tho baique Iwanotiria, whilai lying in the port of Bordeaux, within the Admiralty and maritime Junidlc tlon of the United Suite", a quantity of cc1t<n and othar articles, lie stands remanded tor examination f'liRltoKKKt.?A letter rereived aifhia office from F?>rt (*ibeon, Arkansas Territory, dated 13 h inst , kaa tbe following item ol news There is to he a l ouncil Ol the eldaettler*. or Rogers' party off heiokeea, near the mouth of the Illinois (Cherokee Nation) on Vlonday next The Rosa party, report saya, are deter mined to put a stop to their Council, and lam told, by a responsible l-oaa niau, that they will put a stop to it?If not by lair means, they will resort to foul." Thk Saval 0<>r*T Martial.?Thf National Inielligenrer any*: "in our loriner notices under thia head, we reporud the examination of wltneise* up to laai Tueaday On Wednesday the Court re-assembleil it the National llitel wken the tollowlng witoessea were xamined: Lieutenant Minion B Bi'sell, Lieut Georgn It Orsy, snd AlnnioC Wakeman. purser's clerk Lhu tenant Himnn Blunt, William R Kelly, and Alfred Clnm were recalled and reexamined We understand that no witnease* were examined on Thnraday and FrKfay.when the Court met *? m nal and adjourned early, the inv< stiga'ion la mg tem|?>railly lelaji 1 by the abiencc of a wltnaai The < nttrt met ?% 6atiu0ajr Ia4 mt?nwl

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