Newspaper of The New York Herald, 9 Mart 1845, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated 9 Mart 1845 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. ?oaw. NEW YORK. SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 9, 1845. i THE NEW YORK HERALD AOURKOATK CIRCULATION THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND. TILE GREATEST IN THE WORLD. To tlM Public. ? THE NEW YOHK HERALD?Daily Newspaper-wtb liah-d every 4>; of the ywur except Now Year's Day and Kourth of July. Price ? eenu pat copy?or fT M per aaaum?postages iilH-cuh in advance. THE WEEKLY H EKALD?pnbKabed every 8atardaT morning?price Sid cants per copy, or $1 IS per ananm? poU atn paid, cash in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that foe eirenlatioe of tha Herald ie oyer THIRTY-EIVETHOITSAND, and increaeinc "it It hat the targett circulation of any paper in thit city, or the world ^ and. it, therefore. the hett channel for hutinett ?"? rii the city or country. Prices moderate?cash in advance. PRINTING of all kinds aaacnmd at tha moat moderate price, ud us foe moil elegant etyle. JAMES GORDON BENNETT. ?aorainroa or tm? Hkald EstabluhMkivt, Northwest comer of Fulton and Naesaa streets. shakspeare hotel, CORNER OF WILLIAM A DUANE STREETS, NY. M THE eobecriler respectfully iuforoii foe i nblic tint Ve has lease.] the above establishment, and ie now i re pared to accommodate them with Board and Lodging, on v.ry moderate terms. It has been pat in the m??t thorough *nd complete repair, naintrd and refitted with additional new furniture, and he will not, ae usual, say whit he iutende to do, hut solicits the travelling cnmmaiity to visit and give him a trial, and judge for themselves, that the establishment under his iiuniveraeuc is deserving the patronage of the public. The 1 ? cation being crniral to busineit, offers inducements to met ciianiR iroin the country [from ite retired situation] unsurpass ed ?y any "ther house in the city. Terms tl p-r dav?par week in proportion. Th* subscriber bere tocall the attention of parties that the Assembly He m will be to let to those Riving Balls and L'ou cens for the remaining part of foe season, and thst the room will shortly he pot in complete repair, nndfitted up in amagm " ? " ?)|?tl iicent style He further ca'ls the attention of the professional Rentlemen of the law, that his room for arbitrators and re rerees as undergone alteration, arid that be is rrady to accummedate thein oil reasonahle term*?which will be setn by hij regula tion of room hire. N.B ?A select number of permanent boardera will be taken on very muderate terms. m6 2w*rrc MINORD 8. THRESHER. TO LET?The two story and attic brick dwelliug ' house No. 146 Barrow street, finished in modern style, .with folding d mrs, marble mantrl-, Ac. Apply to k m6 1 ?v? T. It A. 8. HOPE, No. 131 ''hamhers it. TO LET, AND IMMEDIATE POSSESSION ' TIN?'The ' GIVEN?'Tl* Store No. 97 N si tart street, Herald Build, with Fixtures, 8tove and Pipes, ready set and all complete. Application to be made at foe desk of foe office of the ller-ld for terms. Ac. jlltfre I O LET?Two Stores besntifnlly situated, lu the new buildings (now nearly complete) on the nnthwesterly corner of Broadway and Raade street, (known as the La Fame Buildings ) nd Also, a large and convenient Basement, well calculated for an Oyster Saloon. Ac. Alan, several convenient Stores in foe second story, suitable for Merchnat Tailors, Kaahionable Milliners, Dressmakers, Ac. together with a variety of Rooms in the Id, 3d, 4th, and 5th stories, suitable for Offices. Private Pa-lore with folding Uooti, Pantries and Bedrooms atrached ; with Rooms suitable for Dentists, Painters, Daguerreotypes and Exhibition Rooms, Ae. Those persons wanting rooms of the above description, are re quested to call and examine the same. Enquire on foe premise.. fl3 lm*rc VERY DESIRABLE LOTS FOR SALE.?Piv ' Lots on the southerly side of 13th street, near 5th avenue fix Lots ou the northerly side of 13th street, between 6th yards in front, and in foe midst of I 7th avenues, with court elegant improvements. Three Lots on the southerly side of 14th street, between the 6th and 'th avsuues, in an improving neighborhood. Two Lots ou the southerly side of 14 th street, near the Sfo avenue. Four Lots on the easterly tide of7th avenue, between 11thand 13th streets, with cellars partly dugout. Eire Lots on the northerly side of 39th street, between the 1st and 2ml avenues, overlooking the city and East River, The whole amount may re ma n on mortgage, if improved, * ' G. H. WINTER, ami 70 rer cent if not improved. j261m**c 16 Wall street TO LET OK LEASE.?A large wo story brick House, ou the southwesterly eorner of tne Uloonuugdale road and 40th street, with sufficient ground whereon U? erect a manufactory, which will be built tf reunited. Also, s two story frame Cottage, House, ana five Lots, on 'he northwesterly corner of the Bloomingdale road and 4i?n street, with a workshop, stable, barn, Ac. The house will be peinted and out in good fence and repair, with a court yard in front, on foe llloomingd.tle road. ... Also,! Lots adjoining on tha Bloomingdale road, running through to lhe7fo avenue and 41st street, suitable for a florist or m inufscturer. Buildings will be erected if required. Also, a Lot in 10thstreet, between the 7fo and 8th avenues, to lease. G. H. WINTER, j28 lm*ec 16 Wall street. and attie Brick AsriL TO LET?The large three story and au fr.'.B Dwelling House, situated on tne north-easterly corner of JSalLtne Seventh Avenue and Thirteenth street, with a fine g?nh u, Croion water, kitchen ranges, marble mantels, sliding doors. Ac., aud in an improving neighborhood. Kent low to a good tenant. AJiu?h our three story and attic Brick Houses, with Stores underneath, ou the easterly side of Sixth Avenue, between Twelfth and Thirteenth itteets, with sliding doors, marble mantels. t roton water, Ac., suitable for respectable families ui moderate circumstances. . Also?Eive. three story Brick Houses, of a similar kind.on the easterly side of Greenwich Lane or Avenue, uear foe Eighth Avenue, and opposite foe large square. j Also?The three story Brick (loose, with a Store underneath. | on foe eaateily side of the Eighth Avenue, between 13lh and llth streets, with marble mautels, sliding doors, Croton water, &c. All of the above Stores ate excellent stands for business, and are suitable for drygoods and fancy-goods, ladies' shoe stoics, china and earthenware, hardware, jewelry, millinery, con fectionary, Ac. The Stores, with the front banement-room, will be rented se parate from the dwelling parts if required, there being covered areas in front for fuel, Ac. G. H. WINTER, fll Ira-re 16 Wall street. TO Hfi'l'?The Bulkhead, or Water front, Arom War ' ren itreet to Chainbera street, (about 200 feet,) now occu _ ? JU&l-ied u the Newburg Lauding. The fourstory Store,No. 114 Warren itreet. One or the l^ew Building , between Wash ington and West streeti. The superior iltree story Brick Hons* occupied by K J. Cochran, kSq , on l entil Avenue near 22d street: has mahogany doors, plated luruiinre.Crotou water, ?e. FOR BALK OK TO LET?'I lie Mansion and bar in at Gowanus, L. 1 , about three miles from the South Kerry. The House ii fifty feet square, fire stories, and a superior cell lr. roof coppered, mahoaany doors, plated furniture, Inc. The hall tuid stairs Italiau marble. The building is near tha water, and is Wiitiout equal as to situation iu the United Statd. It will ac commouate fifty or sixty iiersous. The Farm is eighty acres?a front ou the Bay of oue thousand feet, and a front on each side of Third Avenue. It is iu the Eighth Ward of the City of Ur i Itlvn, and laid out iu IM<! Building Lots, and there are 111 an V Hi ild ng Bites on this prai^s^. The laud is the nest ou Long Island for early vegetables, and can reilixe five thousaua dollars per anuum, if attended to by an experienced gardener, ill, FOR BALK?The Beunet Farm, at Gowanus, ALSO, _ . , . ab.ui goo Lou fronting on Third and Fourth avenues and the street leading to the Greenwood Cemetery. The Lois will be sold at low prices and long credit, and money loaned to those that build immediately. Apply to JOHN DKLAPLA1NK, fin 'm*rc No 7 New street, New York. Bl'b.AM PU WfcR? Rooms to let with Oiraiu Power. Apply at H. HOE Ik CO., fit 3wrc 29 and 31 Oold street. TO SECRET SOCIETIES. TO LET?From 1st May next, the large Room in the f upper story of house corner of East Broadway and Ca M^thariue street, fitted up for a lodg '.room. Can be seen bt-ivvoet) 2>, and 5 o'clock. I'. M. For further particn lars enquire of E BPI Catharine el net, or of J Hr.CHT, 3k Hevry street ftl lm*m FOR SALE, nn A BEAUTIFUL FARM, situated in the town of H9)Kaatchester, containing seventy acres of good triable and ^dsmgrasx laud. The House is in perfect order and oonvruiunt )\ a,ranged for a large family, eaid Farm is divided by the pout toad mailing to New Kochelle and Marmarroueck, and mux dowu to Kastchester Creek, where there is fine bass and trout fishing in their season. The ont buildings are all in good order, and there is good stabling fur twelve hones. 1 lie whole tilai e is well waieied audon the premises is sberutiful hishpond. There are two churches within aquaiter of a utile of said place, and stages pass twice a day by the house, to lutereect the New 1 ark and Harlem Railroad at William's Bridge, who h u with in throe miles of said premises. There is an abundance of Krt fruit on said premises, whioh was selected by tha present owner with great care. Tire distance from City Hall, New York, is scant sixtreu milrs Possession can be had by the 1st of April, and any information concerning said property, can be had on the premises. A so, adioimng said property, forty acres of first rate Land, Willi a gi/ndStoue House ou it, with Barn and Btabh a connected, possessing the same advantages as the above seveuty acres. The i.nd forty acres will be soM seperaudy, or the Farms to gether, (making iu all 110 acres) to suit the pure has r. Apply to J. Vv. .1 t.NbWAY, No. 12 City Hail Place, of to ISAAC ANDEU8UN, ou the premises, or to fe3 lm*rc WM. H. MICKS, No. 20 Wall street. * TO LET. AT FORDHtM. WESTCHESTER CO., N. Y. ma A LARGE and oouveuient Cottage, formerly occupied K| >v Iliot. Bass Turd, with a Garden, Mid Fiuit Trees of .sAmevtry desert- tiou, adjoining?situated w ilhm two or three hu..Ured yards ol St. John's College. The New Fork and Har Irui Railmad Canmn to and from New York six times a day. Apply at 479 Pearl street, New York. Iiw lm*ro REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. SKA ABOUT FIFTY ACRES of choice Land in the 2th IKmWard. in the city of Brooklyn, fronting the New York mdkmBay, and commanding a beaucitul prospect. The situa- | Uon is highly pictures***. Enquire of JOHN ? BKKOEN, 1 ou the premises. jam lm*rc FOR SALE?A valaable Farm, formiug a part of the set kuown as Mqirisaiiia, aitua'ed on the Harlem nver, ? ihe county pi Westchrstar, capsuling of oue hnudred and ten acres of laud, propaOy fanned fed in good order. Upon the Farm there is a commodious modern built Mansion House, witn a garden, stable and all necessary apprudages, suitable for a geiiilrinau't country residence. There are also u|>on the Farm two Farm Houses, and all necessary out buildings. Also, a valuable mill sits and water power, and an orchard. Tha sat] Farm is very accessible from the city, being within nine miles of (he City llall, witn tlie privilege of a free brings across tha Birlem river. 'Ills care of the Harisen Railroad run within If a mils of the house. For terms and further iwrticulsm in quire between 13 and 3 P. M. of H. M. MUKKIS, Jin lin*ra II Pine street, second story. A COUnTrY'RESIDENCE FOR SALE-Situtad ?-9 in the town of Pelham. Westchester Couigy, hindering on ^g|m.ihe village uf Kaat Chester, about It miles from New York, coatainiug 40 acre* of land?SO acrea wood land, the balance '?*> acres is in a high ?t la ofcaltieauou, with fruit tress of ol kiuda iu abundance Thai* are two good Dwelling Houses on it, recently built, tugather ssiih a large barn, stoue hen hours, Coin rib, we. i he plaea is baauiifully situated, commanding a view ol -he Sound and aurioandiug country. It will be sold I ,>w or exchanged lor improved city property For further par ticul.ira apply at W West street, betweeu Carlisle and Hector streets. Also, > Lots of Uronud. 23 by 100. ou tha easterly sida of the 1 lib Avenue, between J7lh and 32th streets. fj2 lm*ic ? FOR SALE?A b ARM ? Situated at Islip, Suffolk County, L I , iidjoiuiug .-innhtowu. haul Faim commas 82 rtCie>; 30 of Which it Wpooi ilie remaining S3 acres are i u a stale of good cu tieation. J here are two Huua-s, and also two good wella of water on the farm; a large barn with car nage bouse aou stabling for eight horses; an ice house; agood large garden, enclosed iu 4 pteaet fence, truit trees, he sac. Any furl her infotOMHMn may be obtained at No 23 Bleeeker street, a few doors west from Broadway. Half the pnrchaae money can remain on mortgage W lin'ne HEMP -W0 balee superior daw rot Ham, for uato n lsto to suit purchaser*, by Jfc fe COLLIN llfcCQ., flirt PHILADELPHIA, February 2?th, 1MJ. KOBEHT8JOHn"tO^.|ROBKRT JOHNSTON k CO. STOCK EXCHANGE COLLECTI o"W OFFICE, No. 11 South Third St.. orroiiTE to the Mechanic'! Bank, Philadelphia Dealers in Uucurreut Bank Notes, Relief Notoa, OolJ and Silvir Coin, kc. Drafts, Notes and Bills collected with drspateh, on favorable Trefts on ?t l.ouis, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, New York, liottou, kc., coiutaullv for sale. All "rdera for the purchase And rale of United State* Oorern meut, Bute, Citr or Incorporated Oo'? l.oaos, andevery dreenp tiou ot Bank, Insnranre, Hail Koad and Caii-I Ce^s stocks,at tended to promptly and with care, at the Boaid of Broken. REFERENCES William Patton, Jan. Esq., Cashier, Philadelphia. ? call k Thompson, do *ick k Potter, do or<*n, Buck k Co., d? David 8 Brown k Co. do Eckel, Snaugler k Itaiguel, do Mercer, Brother k Co. do ft01m?gx DI3BROW8 HIDING SCHOOL., No. 400 BOWERY. M ? Neak Astor and La Yatette Place!,.New Yom. TyyTR. D. has the honor to announce that hie School is open lvl Day and Evening, for Eqneetnan luition and Exercise Hiding. * TERMS: LECTURE LESIONS. EXERCISE RIDIN0. IB Lesions $15 #0 10 " IB 00 q '? 5 00 1 Monti i $12 at 20 Hides 10 BO 10 " 6 00 Siugle Rides 75 TOHN J const Single Lessons >00 Road " >50 N. B.?Highly trained and quiet Horses, for the Rood or Psimde, to let. KTiNnre class. 12 Lessons $? 00 I OS Kids* $10 00 Siugle" 1 00 I Single Ride 75 RULESt 1.?All Lessons or Rides paid for on commencing. 2.?One honr allowed on each Lesson or H>de in the 8ckool. J.?One hour sud a half to a Lesson on t lie Koad. 4.?Hoars for Ladies, from 9 A. M. to 5 P M. 5.?Honrs for Oeutlrmea, from $ to 5, nrd (root 7 to 9}? P. M No Gen lis men admitted dozing tint hoars appropriated to Ladies. A card of address is requested previous to commencing. Gentlemen keeping their horses st this establishment, w il have the privilege of riding them in the School vatis. fl3 lm*rc DAGUERREOTYPE. ROACH, Optici n, 02 Nassau street. New York, is constantly nuimficturiog. and haa always on hand, all ar ticles of the best quality used in tbe Dagu-rreotype proems.? His Triple Compound of Bromine is a superior preparation, and is now in general use. He has also on hand the Hungarian or < lerman Accelerating Liquor. Cameras of his own manufacture as well as Freuch and Ger man ones. The Herman Cameras sold at this establishment will be warranted genuine. Orders from the coun'ry for any articles used in the art will be promptly and car fully attended to. m6 Im'rrc TO THE DAGUERRLAN ARTISTS. FA. ARTAULT, Importer of French Daguerreotype ma ? term's and manufacturer of Morocco Cases, offers lorjsale At the following cheap prices Beat quality of French Plata*. No. 40, (medium) $3 doxen. Fine Morocco Cases, with white glass and hue borders, $3 dx. Good quality of Daguerreotype Apparatus, including the in struction, all complete aod warranted, $50. Acromatic Glasses, from f 3 to $15. All: he Chemicals used in the Daguerreotype process, cheap. F. A. Artault has received by the last steamship, the salt of gold for gilding the pictures, the new substance for polishing plates in two mm ites. and the beautiful process of Mr. Fizeaa for reproducing the Daguerreotype Portraits on engraved plates, and to draw ou paper an unlimited number. If you are fond of the progress in tins beautiful art, please to call at the Lafayette Bazaar, 149 Broadway, eor. of Liberty st. ja28 lm*rc CHEAP DAGUERREOTYPE PORTRAITS. MRS. H. SHANK LAND, Daguerreotype Artist, having taken since two year* more than 10,000 portraits, and being well known for taking the lwat style of |>ortraits, respectfully informs IW" friends and customers and the public, that she gives a beau ful Daguerreotype likeness, iucluding a fine morocco case or a frame, Tor only one dollar. Being always well patronized, and her customers increasing every day. she has, for their conve nience, enlarged her establishment, by two Daguerreotype rooms to the Lafayette Bazaar, 149 Broadiway, and by a branch of her establishment, >37 Broadway, third story, front room. No 1, opposite the ark Fountain Portraits taken from > in die morning to 5 in the evening, any weather, cloudy or stormy. Remember, only one dollar, (best style) including case or frame. J2> lm*rrc DAGUERREOTYPE GENERAL FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT, EXCHANGE BUILDING, PHILADELPHIA. rpHE SUBSCRIBERS beg leave to inform the Daguerreotype A Artists, that they have considerably enlarged their connec tions throughout the Union, the Went Indies, South America and Europe. They hare also made arrangements to be supplied with erery uew article used in the Dagnerreotyt* Art. They have lately received a large supply of Voigllaender'a celebrated Cameras, consisting of three giflerent size*, for the sale of which they are appointed Agents. Also, a supply of liest Plates and Chemicals, either fur Daguerreotype or Calotype, made to their repecial order. Casesofall sizes, the bestPolishiug Substances, ana every other article uaed for the Daguerreotype, oouttanlly on hand. 1. -ir loug connection with the Daguer reotype Art and their aucc as in taking pictures, may serve as a recommendation and reliance. Daguerreotype Artists, by ordering articles from any pair of die above named eonntaies, may depend upon a prompt and satisfactory execution of their ?Man. Their prices are cask, rnees Current and information may be obtained by addressing (poat-naud) to H. fclFLANGENHEIM. fl3 lm*ec Exchange Building. Philadelphia. SWORD EXERCISE. MR. HAMILTON, having entered into an arrangement with ?"A MR. FULLER, for the use of the Large Room of his Gymnaaium, No. SO Ann street, and also the Military Hall, Bowery, most respectfully announce* to the public that he in tends commencing a Class for the Sword Exercise, in sll its branches?American and French, suSh as Small and Broad Sword Exercise, and also Cane Exercise. Mr. H. has been for several years engaged as Teacher of the Sword in the United States Army. N. B.?Volunteer Companies wishing to become perfect in either Mnaket or Artillery Drill, can be tanght the same on the most moderate terms, by application to the advertiser, 11 Ana street, to Capt. Smith, Military Hall, or Mr. Fuller. r. Abo, T? .tad Ch FRENCH CHINA AND OLASS WARE. FGERAKDIN, Cominifiion Merchant, IS John itwt, Dp ? stairs. has jutt received on consigninent.and offers for tale, wholese or retail, a splendid assnitmrnt or the abore articlss, comprising? Plain white and rich fancy decorated Dining Sets: Dessert, Tea and Sutiprr Sets; Toilet Sets; ting'r Cups and Mugs, with moltos; Cologne Bottle Figures; Tele a tete Sets, Jcc., dec. Also, plain and nch Cat Glass Decanters. Water Bottles, Celery Bowls, Preserve Dishes, Tumblers, Goblets, Wines, Ac., Ac. Astral and Solar Lamp Shades and Globes. 11^/"Orders for Cut Glass Waie Gilding and Painting'on China Ware, to match any pattern, executed promptly. fti lni*rc FRENCH CHINA. REMOVED TO MO. ? 5 LIBERTY STREET, (UP STAIRS.) ADALEdME, Importer and Agent for Manufacturers, has * always on haad a large assortment of dinner and tea seta, in plaia white and gilt French Porcelain, aa well as Dinner and Dessert Plates, of all sitss. assorted Dishes, Soap Totems, Covewd Dishes, Salad Bowls, Fruit Baskets, Custards ana _ Seta, and Rich Deoorated Dinner Sets. Chocolate Ware. Greek, French and Ameriean ? the articles are warranted of dm beet duality, and to be ?eld oa liberal terms, and in lota to taitfnunhsnsM-, ? It lm*ae FRENCH FLINT GLASS WORKS, AT WILLIAMSBUROH, L. I. DEPOT 90 WILLIAM STREET, NEW YORK Mxtsas. BKRUER it WALTkll, known for a long series of vsars as rateusire mauufsetnrers of Watch-Crystals and Flint OlssswAfe, in the Department Moselle, Fiance, have the honor to inform Glass Uralers. Importers of Witches, end furnishing houses generally,that they have established a Branch of their Manufactory in this country; and, in order to fulfil to entire satisfaction all commands that might be addressed in them, have engaged experienced and akillul workmen, both French and Engjjah. The beauty of this Glass the tasteful style of all the i^bclea thev manufacture, as well as moderate prices, and promptitude in l-Se execution of orders, will, they fondly hope, secure to iheiu a large share of patronage from Ameriean and foreign N. B.?Customers in the habit ol tranimittiag orders to their house in Paii>,>7 Paradis Poissonuiere, or their general Depot ol Crystal, M Paradis t'oissimn ere, Paris, will please forward th-m dire't to 90 William swe-i New Vork. fl6 lm*ec COMSTOCK & CO., !il Courtlniidt Street, HAVE ON HAND THE FOLLOWING NAMED ARTICLES, WHICH HAVE OBTAINED SIJCH POPULARITY, via: pONNEL'S MAGICAL PAIN EXTRACTOR, cures all V sores, paius inflammitions, itchiugs, and saves life in any e?se of burn or scald, il the vitals are uninjured. Kveiv family should have a bos of this in lire house, as tire money will al way. le returned if it does not please Be particular and buy ON I V at II Courtlandt street. RHEUMATISM, CONTRACTED CORDS, Stiff Joints aut Gout, will positively be enred by the sole use of tie INDIAN VEGETABLE ELIXIR and LINIMENT. The arrptiral we mvite to call and he personally referred to gentle men of the highest standing in thjs city, who litre been cured of the Rheumatism by these remedies. They are warranted. DR. SPOllN'S SICK HEADACHE REMEDY, ia a cer tain cure, either nervous or biliona. It is a palpable elixir, and it the best mrdieine that can be taSeu in all cases of heart-bum and foulueaa of the stomach. DH. M'NAIR'S ACOUSTIC OIL has proved very success ful in curing even total deafness. We have many certificates fromeitixma of this ci'y, who have used this Oil with eom p ete success. We cordially invite all who are troubled with any disease oflhe ear, to examine the proof. cANGLEV'rt WESTERN INDIAN PANACEA, is the best family medicine in the wotld. It it a positive end war ranted cure for Dyspepiia, Aslhmt, Liver Complaints, Indiges tion, Costivenest, An. No person ean possibly nse this aiticls for any of the above complsiut* without receiving permanent relief. See prool in hands of Agents. THE PILES tre wsrranled to be cured by the Genuine HAYS'LINIMENT, and Liu's Balm i f Chiua, or the money refunded. Who will uow suffer with this distressing com plaint I C OMSTOCK k CO"* SARSAPARILLA, it as pure and ?trong an Kstract from thia eelebiated Root, aa can |<ouihly be made. Tt e price it to reasonable that the poor can afford to ate it, being but M cent* per boule, or $4 per dorm. It ia the only article that will effectually purity the blood from all impnu "ea- Those who have been imprudent in the use of calomel, will find sure relief from it EAST INDIA HAIR DYE?This chemical prepanion will color t e hair anv shade, from a l-ght brown to a jet black, and ?u"> 'be skin in the least. .. .^118&5\S.1 >' th. Hair bv using OLDRIGE'S BALM Ok COLliMBI A, which immediately stops the hair rrom ratling out, and restores it when n?t n ,,,(; 1> k\',Vl b LO It |U A and BAY WAT R?ITALIAN V ,? l? I ? A'1 Foreign and Domestic Perfnmerv; Sir j (toiAbh'Ink; le.irl I'owder, th?* best article iu nae; Diamond Cement. DETTER'H MAGIC HAIR OIL-lt gives to the hairs beautiful gloss, and inclines it to curl: snd, wholly unlike say other oil, it uever soils the finest ladies ksta iu the least, no umt ter what >|?antity ia applied. We wish all tonndrrstand us in ibis particular, that (a. If any lady or gentleman shall use this CJil, hud find these sti<entente untrue, thesr money will be refunded. CAUTION? Remember, the above articles sold ottst.-mn ??" at II Courtlandt street, ky W Km COMSTOCK k CO. ST. GEORGE HOTEL. No. 61 DroadwAy, New York. (Next Block below Trinity Cbnreh, aud near Well street.) THK subscribers. lessees and proprietor* of the above well A kuown establishment, having recently taken it for a term of years, flatter themselves, that they are now ready to m*et the wishes ef their fri rods and patrons br supplying them with every comfort and convenience which a place nke this can possibly afford The rooms of the hoose are luce, airy and commodious; and have been, bnt lately, fitted np with new and elegant furni ture. : The domestics are attentive, respectful and obedient?the ta ble abtmdaiilly supplied with all the substantial* anil luxuries of good living?the cellar contains an ample store of lite choicest Wines and Liquors?and the beds and bedding, throughout the house, are constantly kept in a clean and healthful condition. Having availed ihemselves of these and many other advanta ges ard accommodations, so important to a public Inline, the liroprietors not only deem it a duty, but, also, take pleasure in thus announcing it to travellers and the public iu geueral. Aud, while endeavoring to please, although tiiey do not pretend to amile at comiietion, yet they are determined, by assiduous at tention to the wants ol their guests, and the most reasonable charges, that, those who come to their house shall uot meet with atsaiaiomlmeat; and, that, thoie who go awny shall not exiwri euce dissatisfaction. JOHN M. MOKE, ? PETER TYLER. New York, teb. 1. IMS. ft lin'rrc NATIONAL HOTEL, No, 5 Courtlandt street and 87 Liberty street, NEW YORK. Three Doors from Broadway. tyHH NEW HOTEL will be opened on the JOth inst.whea A the Proprietors will be happy to accommodate their friends aud the public with hoard. Th- Lodging K oms are large and airy, and the iuternal arrangements such at cannot fail to please. Tlie locrtion being in the ceutre of business, it offers induce ments to merchants from other cities aud the country, notaiur pas-ed by any other House in tins city. 'Jlie Furniture, lleds and Bedding, are all new and made ex pressly for this establishment. Families who w:sh Parlors and Sleeping Rooms attarhed.can he I audsomely accommodated The subscrioers assure their friends and the public, that no efforta on their partahall be wanting to secure the comfort aud convenience of their guests, aud v bile they solicit a share of their patronage, they hope, by uuceasmg attention, to the duties of their vocation, to give en tire satisfaction. CHARLES WkCKOFF fc CO. f.T i m ? re WILSON'S HO lEL aNU ulNING ROOM3, A'o. 6 Gold strert, New York. (l.ATF. THE lALKDONla). LJENKY WILSON (of Brooklyn) begs to inform his friends A A ard the public generally, that ne will op?n the ab ive named es'abliahment on hONDAY, the loth of March, 1845. Tha house nas been thoroughly repaired and uewly furniahed in every department, and the very best of every description < f liquors, cigars wines, domestic and imported ales and parte, will be provided. An Ordinary will be served up every day from 1 to 3 o'clock P. M.; and Refreshments will be furnished at any hour during the day and evening. f38 Imje HART WELL S WASHINGTON HOUSE, 1493 Chestnut Street, ABOVE SEVENTH STREET, NEXT TO THE MASONIC HALL, PHILADELPHIA. 177 lm*m TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD, aiftnn k?WAKD-The Store of MESSRS. COFt< IN, PLKJVVJ .1RADLEY & CO., No, 44 Exchange Place, haviug been set on lire on Saturday nighr, the 11th instant, the undersigned, a Committee of the Insurance Coimuni-s, which had |*>hcies on tl.e good* in sxid store, hereby offer a reward of One Thousand Dollars, fi r such evidence as shall lead to the detection and conviction >>f the incendiary or incendiaries. New York, Februa.-v 13th, 1845. LAMBERT HUYDAM, P-e-'-Vnt v quitable Insurance Co. J NO. BROCWEH, President East Kiver Mutual Ins. Co. A. O HAZARD, Agent of the jEtna and Protection lus. Co., of Hartford, Con. ONE THOUSAND DOLLAR8 REWARD?We. the aubacrihers, offer One Thousand Dollars, in addition to the re ward offered by the Insurance Com-tanies, as above stated. f!5 lm*rc COFFIN. BRADLEY lit CO. COLORED PAPER AND FANCY PAPER BOXES. "DAUER & BODEN resi<ectfully inform their friends and the u public, that they coutinue to manufacture Colored Paper and Fancy Paper Boxes, in all varieties, at the old stand of the lata firm of Blanc (k. Boden, 74 Fulton corner of Gold street He is fully determined to manufacture a superior article, and to put the prices so as to satisfy his ens to tners. Orders will be punctually attended to. N. B.?A good assortment of Colored I apers and Fancy Pape',' Boxes always on hand. ja30 2m*ee BOUQUETS, ELOWERS, SEEDS & PLAN IS. THE SUBSCRIBER respectfully begs to inform his friends and the public, that he Iva made temporary arrangements to furnish the above, from thestote of Mr. Harrisou, corner Broad way and Prince streeu. Bouquets, composed of the most choice and sweet scented exotics, wui he hail at a moment's notice. They will be arranged in the various neat and fashionable stylrs which has given the subscriber so much notoriety during his superintrndanr.e of the late Conservatory and Seed Establish ment of Mr W. Nibio. Choice Annual Flowering Seed, Vegetable Seeds and Flower ing Plants, on hand. JOHN ROBlNSON. 113 lmrc JACKSON, STACEY ?fc SMITH, MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS of Pen JPockei 1*1 and Table Cutlery, Raxors. Scissors, Files, Sivrs, Tools. Md other descriptions of Sheffield Goods? jail lm"m No IS Pl.A IT ?TREET,'Up Stairs PATENT AGATE BUTTONS. THOS. PROSSER, PATENTEE, 7 Piatt Street, New York. IVTOTICE is hereby given, tlut the undersigned is the Patentee ??' and Exclusive Owner of th- Patent Right for the Porcelain Button, commonly known as "Prosser's Patent Agate Button " Let.ers Patent have been duly granted to him by the Uuiied Stales, to take effect from the29lh January. 1841. I hare caused suits to be commenced in the Circuit Court of the Uuited States for the Southern District of New York, for the infringe ment of said Letters Patent, and ain prepared to euferce and substantiate my rights under said Patent, to the fnllrst ex tent of the law. 1 give this public notice to all, that 1 sh <11 pro ceed forthwith, by suit fur damages, and by bill in equi'.y, fur injunction against all rersons infringing upon said Patent. The Buttons are for sale by me at wholesale only, at my store 7 Piatt street, New York, fit lm'rc THOMAS PROSSER. LOOKING GLASS PLATES. TJANLINK It OSTHEIMF.U, Importers, No. 3 Bank street, II Philadelphia, have received by late arrivals, s fnll essort ment of Looking Glass Plates, from 9 bv 7 to 40 by 30; Polished Plate Wiudow Glass, from 18 by J3 to 60 by 40. Also, a com plete assortment of Toilet Glasses, Spectacles, Snuff Boxes, Segar Cases, together with a variety of other Gerruau and French Goods, which they offer on the most favorable terms. ja28 lm*ghx DALLY'S TOBACCO MANUFACTORY, S8S Klver St. Troy. THE Subscriber avails himself of this method of communi catiug to the public the fact that he ii now manufacturing fine cut and smoking Tobacco and Snu If, at 2Sj River street, Troy, neat door to the Kultou market. Tobacco?The celebrated Fancy Virginia. This Tobacco took the premium at the late Fair. Extra < .hewing Tobacco, sweet Virginia; American Smoking Tobacco, manufactured from the leif; Spanish do, Turkish do. Brrurrs?Hose sceuted, No. 1; Maccaboy, American Gentle man, Luudyfoot, French Hajiee, and lush Blackguard. The above articles are all warranted to be made of the finest qualities of leaf tobacco, and by the most experienced work men. Orders directed as above will meet with prompt attention? the same pains taken as if they were iwrsnnally preseut. QT7" K. Savage, Jit Fulton street, and A. A. Samanos, Broadway, Agents for the city of New York. Troy, Jau. It, IMS. tnJ lm*ee CIGARS! CIGARS! CIGARS! N BZEKIEL, 92 Nassau street, opposite the Herald Build ? iocs, respectfully invites tlir attention of his friends and

the public geueially, to the following choice Cigars, just re ceived by late arrivals from Havana Regalias of various I'anrlel n of various Albania, brands, brands, Knickerbocker Normal, Principes, La Flornida, Yugenuidad, llionda, Esrrellas, Esperauxa, Napnleones, Lara. La India, Noriegas, Lord Byrons. The above Segars are guaranteed as genuine and imported, and the trade are invited to call and examine them. N. B.?Orders from abroad will be strictly attended to. flT lm?rc FA BER SEUAK FACTORY, T1 Dlvlalow Street, NEW YORK. rPHE UNDERSIGNED hare estanliihed an extensive Segar A Faotory, at 71 Division street, New York, uudrr the direc tion of Mr. J. W. BROWN, who has been Superiutriideut of one of the largest Factories iu Havana, for nineteen tears The following kinds of Segas, manufactured in 'he Falter He gar Factory, and of which a large stock is now on hand, will he found equal to any Havana Begars of Correapouding styla and age:? Imperial Regalia, Trabucot, Common Bite, Regalia, Panetelas, London Sine, Casjdoree, Cacones, I'rinei|ie, All boxed in the Harana style. The subscribers have se tied the Hon of th-ir Senior in Hara na, for th? express purpose of selecting Tobacco lor their Facto ry, as also for the purpose of selecting Sega re suitable for this market. f hey have now on hand, for tale, a large stock of Havana Be gan, entitled to debenture, of the following brands:? La India, Woodville, La I abana, Noriago. Fragraux.a, La Norma, De Moya, Cmrey, Ktperanxa, Lord Byrou, Upman, Riondo, Escnlapins, Minerva, La F'ama, La I'alma, Victoria, Columbia, DoaHermanos, La Tax, Also, Principe, Ac. JOHN H. FABEK A CO., 1Y7 Jm*rc No. I New street, corner of Wall. INDIA LONG BHAWLS JUST RECEIVED by the snbacribere, a trunk of Cainelt Hair Shawls?among them tlx very splendid White Shawls, which will be sold at very reasonable priees, by JAMES BECK A CO., flS litter 1.0 Rro-dwav _SOAP WORKS a an PERFUMERY D EPOT. IN ADDITION to our Manufactory, we have opened a Store for the tale of our F.conomn-al Fancy Soaps and all kinds of Perfumery, Family Soap, Patent Crystalline Caudles Ac., Ac. We solicit purchasers to inspect our stock, which weotfer on the lowest terms. Shippers to the West ludiea and South America, are particu larly luvitrd to examine our Crystalline Candles Sales ltoom No. J Courtlanut it eet, uext door to the New National Hotal. JOHNSON, VROOM A FOWLER. 124 Im'-r LASTS, LEATHER AND FINDINGS. AVING been awarded the Diploma at the late Fair of the American Institute, for the best i oats, I am prepared to furnish an article of I asts which cauuol be sur, .used iu this or suy othrreitv in ths United States. Sole and Upper Leather of all kinds, Black and Colored Mo rocco anil Kjd Skins, with Deer, Goat ami Lamb Skin Bind ings. Shoe Threads, Lasting! Galloons, Sheetings, Linen and Leather Linings, Boot foreland Webs, Boot Trees, Hammers, Pincers, Awls and Tacks, with a lull assortment of Shoe makers'Tools, of the most approved patterns, cheap for cash. WARREN s. WILKKY, 29J Spring street, between Orrenwieh and Washington streets. New York. N. B.?The Greenwich Line of Stages pass wjihina block of the store. ltd Im'in kJUGAlt?ISO lihds Prims New Orleans Angar. fir sale by E. K COLLINS A CO. "1st 3d Sou in street H THE "RESPECTABLE PBESS. M [From tlto Courier and Enquirer.] Having (or a moment escaped from more important topic*, we have a few word* for the editor of the Evening Mirror, Mr. N. P. Willi*, who ha* repeatedly joined in the eurneat request of hi* associates to be addressed thus personally, as alone responsible for whatever that paper contains. While filling one poition of his sheet with professed detestation of what be impudently sty Irs the "national tendency" to personal ahu- e, he has crowded others with assault* of the grossest character upon one of the associate editors of the Courier <$? En</uirer, which he suddenly discontinued, after a wrrtt's indulgence in the gentleminiy <xerci*a, on h-arfng that his victim might not be quite defenceless Having a slight aversion to being so informally dropped, we must lusiat upon a more regular parting. Mr Willis may pr< for, but after his unmanly onset, he must expect pursu t Mr. Will.k made three distinct assertions concerning matter* of fact, wi h regard to the writer uf this?the par ticular editor whom he assailed by name;?repealing one ot them three times. In each ot these five particulars, he was branded with falsehood by third parties involved ; which he gracefully acknowledges, by confessing that his * estimate* were corrected." Beyond these ho lias teen tit to reproach us with alleged vulgarity of early as sociation, with a low origin cud training which preclud ed us ironi understanding the character of virtuous la dies, *ith want ot that polish and worldly judgment de rived from extensive acquaintance, with a luck of exces sive passion, mid generally with whatever cecum <1 to Mr. Willis us mast opposite to his own conception* ot his own model character. While we ore certainly wiluug to be deemed, in all moral respects, his perfect opposite, we have superadded a sentiment of charity which prompts us to aid his pursuit uf biographical knowledge. Had he known us better, he might have added largely in his list ot attributed negatives. We lack many more things than he has enumerated. He has not catalogued the tenth part of what we have not been, and have not done. He is cor rect in hinting that we have never travelled; but he might have addded that we have not left our trail through Europe as that ot a slimy profligate. He did well to in timate that we have never mingled in the high societv which he saw in England but strict justice required liirn to add that we wore never kicked out of it, foi malt merchandize of the private conversation which we over heard. It is quite true that we never navigated ihe Me diterranean in-alU. S vessel, which received' us out ol eharity" but it is also true, that the mess room never witnessed our compelled retraction of a libet tins boast, concerning lidies at home Mr. Willis was right in giv ing his readers to understand, that we had never been in Ruine but he might have added that we never com pelted American ai lists, resident there, to blush for the open and shameless profligacy of one oi their country men. Partial justice is better thuu Done :-but while Mr. Willis was recording our lacks, he should have made the list complete; We confess our want of the habits and distingue mode of that high class of which he iB the com pUcent model. We have never reservpd, year after year, the exquisite luxury of "paying a bill to make a trades man stare" We have never coaxed our tailor, by pay ing for one suit ot clothes, to give a receipt in tall We have never been lorccd to scour the city in anxious search of a landlord, or a grocer, or a washerwoman, whom, within memory, we chanced to have made happy by paying for service rendered. Nor it it our way to publish, as interesting to the public and essential to our selves, all the receipts for board and dress, and washing, fits., wfl are foitunate enough to get. We have never found it politic to watch a disparaging hit of personal his tory.from one point to anotber,till it fell into]* paper edited by a poor clergyman, and then bully him into a full retraction, which might, by personal solici tatian, be copied by the press in every section wnaru a creditor chanced to live or starve. These are accomplishments, we confess, above us. And while Mr. Willis was enquiring inio our family relations, the j habits, practices and tastes of those with whom our life from birth has been parsed, he might have added one (act. which he can appreciate, that ail our relatives inhabit the outside of the penitentiary. These are facts which would have essentially heightened his picture of a* vir tuous neuter"?a character to which, th? world and him-j self are perfectly agreed, he has no shadow of a claim They eouid not, perhaps, be justly stipi osed to be within his knowledge; but his next delineation should not be | without them. Our readers, and those of Ihe Mirror, of course under stand, that this assault Irom Mr. Willis grew out o( what we saw fit to say concerning the Minor's comment on the Onderdonk case. Btfjrc a syllable of the evidence | had reached the public, Mr. Willis saw fit to pronounce the lady witnesses in that case abandoned characters. He declared explicitly and repeatedly, that any woman who would unaer oath charee a Minister of Oo*i with in decency, was herself impure. The assertion itself betrays its profligate origin ; but the circumstances under which it was made seemed to add cowardice to baseness. The attack was without motive, for the same pjper which contained i' declared that the writer was not defending the Bishop It was made not only upon ladies, but upon the wives of clergymen : and the tart that they were thus doubly defenceless, seems to have given double virulence to the unmanly assault. As a journalist we took the lib erty to repel the craven aspersion, and to brand the psper in which it appeared as we thc.ight it deserved. No personal allusions were made, but tbe public course of a public journal was censured. Ana in response to this, Mr. Willis stooped to the low personal abuse, which we only hope we have not lost our self respect in endeavoring to repel. As to his defence of the Bishop, or the theoretical stupidities he has uttered in course ot it, we have said little, and we care much less. It bss been marked by nothinr whatever except an utter lack oi principle, and sliillfuTdodging from one point to another In what school he Ieirned this latter art we are j not aware, unless his experience in dodging duns has bred it in him : hut he certainly has it in perfection. At first Mr Willis pronounced these lady witnesses aban doned characters, which has a specific and well under-j stiod meaning. When he was lashed for this, he pro fess* d merely to have assailed their "credibility." And when he came to see very clearly, that respectable peo ple would net tolerate that, his swagger softened into a suspicion that they were " mistaken." Tbe same sneak ing spirit has pervaded each of the countless columns he has written upon the subject. A' first he professed to de (t-nd not *he Bishop but a " holy olftce." Finding that 'he " holy office" deemed his aid an injury, he mounted stilts, and became the self elected ch imp 011 ot the " refined and virtuous" portion of our country men, and started upon a crusade in reformation of the morals and manners of the people in general Lacking countenance, (not brass.! in this, he next made formal proffer of libnr'inism'a cham pionship in defence of virtue. Pressing Milton, through the aid of a correspondrnVinto the service, he urged the | conclusiveness of the Elder Brother's opinion, in Comus, that his 8i?tcr was safe from insult because she was chaste: utterly ignorant of thefaither " firm" judgment of that same elder brother, that " Virtue may be assa iled, but never hurt as well ai of the fact, that, in apite of wi-io opi nioni, that chaste sisUr was exposed to " the rudeness and swilled insolenco " Of those late wastailcrs." Thus he has skulked, like n whipped cur, from pillar to post?constant to nothing bit to his doctrines of open and shameless libertinism, in his public journal. But all the<e subterfuges were unavailing: and so, Hading that virtue was not at all thankful for liber tines' "tributes," Mr. Willis at last sunk into the plain, isolated, and very hopeless, though laborious position ot the Bishop's "defender " His worst enemies con Id not wish him u worso fate All these consequences anight easily hove been avoided, had ha been in 'his, as he or casionally it in other matters, decently virtuous from si lf intorest. Some of bis friends sap that his first article, which commuted him to all this public display of profli gacy, was wri'ten after dinner, when he was no* in a con dition trom which prudence Is expected; and that ha omitted the usually judicious proceeding of submitting it to his associates but others, who should know him hat ter, attribute the whole, which, in fact, seems too sys tematic to be the result of an after-dinner accident, to a natural and selfiih desire to destroy the weight of female testimony. Whatever may hove been his motive, the 'fleet Is pnlpn hie Ho lias utterly (oifeited the respect"t rvervrish' mind- d pi rson, and has made his Mirror th ?? p--t of pimps, and himself the crowned leader cf all the prelim cr 'hat *>eWs a higher resting place than tbegu ter. In its origin the AfiYror promised batter things and we endeavored f r a long time to believe that It would fill the vacant place at which it aimed. There is a class cf intellectual and refined people who nee I a psp'r. somewhat different from any published; and we hoped th"ir wants would be sup pied, In a particular sphere Mr. Willi* had exhibited ability o( no common order; and in his romewhat rapid descent from wholesomefpopnlanty to utter contempt,we trusted a daily paper ot this stamp might keep him useful and respectable tor a year at least. But a month's expe riment settled the question. Asa monthly writer lor ma gazines, he had managed to occupy at least neutral ground between virtue and vice He hovered successfully in the twilight of decency, and, with one or two exceptions wrote nothing which en titled him, in (quity, to a horsosrhipping In ono of the excepted eases he escaped, we believe, through the solicitatiors of a personal and pecuniary friend : what adroitness relieved him from the embarrassment of tho others we are not awaro But the pressure of a daily paper was too much for his weak semblance of respecta bility. His disgusting vanity, the conceited iissnr.ince with which he placed himself nt tho hend of tho " upper ten thousand," and the lordly tone which his inanity as sume!, spredily betrayed the fop snd tho fool: and the gradually developed, but now full-blown libertinism, which heoamo too poteut lor longer restraint, has given the death blow to the small capitnlof decency upon which he started Unless the number hat been greatly exagge rated to us, (which is not unlikely,) he now prints some thing over 800 of hit daily papers : and. at we nnderatand his list has increased somewhat since hts opening of the Onderdnnk discussion, by accessions from the i u-Ileus j of well-known strests, th" " npp't ten thousand" conti nt themselves with about fiOO As tor representing this old of our citizens, we believe he has himself abaml ined the pietence:?at any rate, the remark of a rh|l?delpM? ) paper la perfectly correct, that the onlv Ne v Yorkers of which be is the accredited serviceable organ, are dwellers in the neighborhood of the Hock ard th" Points | This is, certainly, a most lame and impotent conclusion , of the carper of a print, which began by aiming at the . position of the London Punrh and Court Journal. But we are burning more of a candle than the game is , worth Apologizing, therefore, to a very mean man who died in tho time of Pope, foi displacing his name by that I ol on* of a kindred stamp who did not die then, we heve only to assure the Mirror, that though ?? Not born for courts or great sft'si-s, We pay o?r d#?M, believe, and say our prayers : t'sn sleep without a poem in our hesd, Nor caro if IViUii be alive or dead." H. J. H. A tfnn I , T? the i?*bU?. owner *omtlmcf valuable to wore than ita present and finnfo *?, v.luable?so much happiness, contemporary !T,?"k uPon much, hcsi ly?that all raverhonorable suppm t of a fatni it. tlyoLn S2L-W truth* ,hat can delcnd ^ Thp unlocking a heart and ita lea* diatres?ina<th'an?thnHWtUiat bonor "Within, ia only The public's U drl? fro,n the door public ' n" " k'?1 *"?"*h t0 outhoia, but the Ni,nre ha? provided, in some wav that l should seldom remember, tlrough .311 ? vfy'aelVieanee?Utoward m> literary productions ? the h r , \ may, \*y' was ntver',or on? instant, at t'f a tribunal beyond my own bosom iinH ?v?? havebimh,r .?' ,hc '-"P 01 God's ?ighti??g.' and thMiwh? e'^ acc!llt"1 ?" pointg 0l pet character and though this, toe, darkened no light within and mi.h, tingjuaMce to'thenoetif tl18 be" Ca"H Upttla flrst wib it corrode. , . 1 have, meantime, treasures which earni,?2. home, reapect out of doors, ai,d the earnings of unremitting iiterarJTabor ^".illP1? wealth, I have twice before found it f tiui i. ? icek reparation of calumny. In Fn?l.m<) honeaty'of mvb,rtyhmnLC0Un,,tU Uhroafl' touchfng {ft military author a parentage, lound a aponsor in a unit cSuntrv ^uatifle'T87 ?m plW lhu pub,ic opinion of ,!I?U?7 justified me in cxaciing. Brat from he air. SiilTten t^)'hia!iZ* lr0la hU aec,>,ld. who ventured to 'hisi arrow aa another heavy penalty of tVkina allrS Cld^ 'h? i:ueP 1 am climbing Wer? 1 alone!" nrovin* mil "r" a,ler ,hB wark' u I Jo now by 1 roving malice,once more misdirected. ,?|;/?|,er'. that oi all American journals, has the moat presenuneZ (mc,l8"ed b> the ctuntryVstandard 0T?e Courier u a .? ^"?hh than any other)-the New V ork MC^edlv n f qUlrer^CUmeOU,,UUPro,rokl>d unex two^e>i"&!,/,,laCe- Vth* paragraph containing less than lihrrt^t.m' aS.ain,t ?/ P'-ivate character-no rh.ilu1 llbert,n"'n. aod nioat discreditable motives for n* !h ^,e"" ?"h w,hich 1 de'ended the Biahor Know hf. n Principal editor urns absent, and supnosin* s^-sasssasss a-asirr ?nln ?! 90Urier h,i !?t its indignation hammer down roV which'L?Uh ar".f'e on 'he Bishop iu yesterday's Mir . ' ^hich we beff those interested to read for themselves _ The writer in the Courier is one of those i'- ffr know and "idm" ?l Wh^ cannot P'onounce upon k . .;r' Hnou\an'1 admire hi, character, hut we anneal to -ml? ?* J?k?thei ***? pure vestment* ot a Bishop are to TurlS^u"ihey Could be cleansed," tkc txe inthe CoHri^ and,J.UJ,'">U".tt,tark '"uuefliately appeared ?Jute dS wMalill m??7 TIT" hro"Kh' &. the l. __ ? y" more low-bred a-suult unou mp tn d?inWlMUJ2d nih fertified ?? h? from the pen of a ?'sulci- eoL.^vi! Courier, and with the other writes ot no ror?i?. I?r a country paper. As the assoults were :?S'3-?Sis ?!.? , ni.M f' ."J?1/ to rPm?ve,(rom the writer's tare ssssSgHss '?Saa^ssSSSSis Raymond HhlcharaM an of the S^S started up, from the grass, as he crept towatds me the r? ,"''nder, thal were brooding unseen in the nests oi wellfo have *!?'* SUch ^? ati it U ,, rvft.isViv/ j t Up 10(1 D*med in tbedavlisht for r? cognitton.and I regret nothing but the painlul neci aaitv that, to prevent mys. lf from becoming their nrcv m./.i use weapons given me by affection? P X' m"St etfint fhrf ?-,7VtSiPped of itj J?w epithets, is f? the it" Kd"*Hptih> %bao?k ef PencRfin^by "he'way^ guished friends were only my friends un to^ u\?r ,n. |SpS:H? came acquaiuted with the writer, Lord D? 'and hiq Umilv "at ho'Ti#???i Uirie>~ .u^ ui ' l ;.. . ana bis SaSrSK PencHling'by thVwuytb(''k^ck^'me'outt'1ie'^b'0""8* ":aer.v;a ?J?dr pages, and in EditiL to th?? -ome 'eshmen!" the personal c?tcim. in which so 1 y ,0 tn>srll was held in Italy and Kngland- One's mU'.'V 88 rver, I beg ,o remind the pubhc that the^eril of mi suT" tiie fu^' c!onie,'ic P? ace and comfort abroad, fassatied bv from Jane l'orter authare,, of Scottish Chief,. Thaddeu, *'ri"w> etc. ? an f*inent citizen 'f Xrw For* o^XXeT y M" ""'A ?<>?><?> From the Earl of 4# to a friend. From a venerable lady on el visit at the country seat of Sir Charles , to If. P. Willis. (I*36.) From the Baron Von K . to JV. P. Willis, at London. m ? ? ? ? From a lady fellow traveller in Italy, to N. P Willie. (1838 ) From an eminent legal and I terary man to N. P. Willis. (1338) From a friend of AT. P. Willis, received juet before starting for the Tournament at Kg lint on Castle. From an\English friend, to N. P. Willie. (1839.) ? ? ? ? ? From a "cry distinguished person, to N. P. Willis. (1886 ) ? ? ? ? ? From a distinguished person to If. P. Willis (1836 ) Durir g my last visit to Europe, (five years after " Pen cilliugs " were published,) I chanced to be in Dublin a short time, end the following are among the cards of in vitation I received and have preserved : ? " The Lord Lieutenant requests the pleasure of Mr. Willis's company at dinner on Saturday tho 36th of January. Hall past 7 o'clock " "The t'hamberUin presents his compliments to Mr Willis. His Excellency, the Lord Lieutenant requests the pleasure of his comnany on Wwlm sday evening, at 9 o'clock, on the 98th ot January, at the Castle." '? The Chamberlain presents his compliments to Mr. Willis. His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant rcq lists the ples'tue of his company on Wednesday evening, tho 19th of February, at 9 o'clock, at the Cattle. A full dress hall. An answer is rsquested, to be sent to the Chamber lain " " The Provost" (of Dublin University) "and Mrs ??, request the honor of Mr Willis's company at dinner, on Friday, the 31 t o( January, at 6 o'clock." "The President of tho Roy al College of fltirgeor.s re quests the honor of Mr. Willis's company at the Col lege on Monday avsning, February 3d, at H o'clock pre cisely." "Mr J ? ? nquests the pleasure of Mr. Wil'h's com pany at dinner ou Tuesday the llth February, with the Hibernian Cntch Club, at Morrison's, in Nassau street Dinner at half-past six o'clock " I must add one more kind of testimony to the foregoing. In reply to one part of th?f attack of Captain Marrynt which I'd to our quarrel, I asserted in a printed letter to him (seen by every cne oi my acquaintances io L <ndon,) that, Irom an idpa imbibed abroad I had made a rule never to seek an introduction in England; that I never had sought ono. and that I was indebted, for the acquaintance of every person I bad the honor to know, to the unprompt ed courtesy ol my friends. I bsve now in my pots ssiop, and will show to any oiih who wishes to see them over thirty letters ol introduction, to persons of rank which I never delivered. I have :illJ a strorg letter (open also to examination) from a very celebrated and high principled person taking me to task lor obstinaey in carrying out this principle. But to come to another charge by Mr. Raymond, that I was taken upby a United States ves<olotitot Charity, and that the mess-room witnessed s compelled retraction of a libertine bean by m \ coneernirg ladies at h"m?. This isentirely false in every possible particular I was marly six months on board the American frigate United States, most kindlv treated as tho guest of the ward tot m with liberty to pay my shareofth ? mess bill, which 1 did I scarce think I have warmer friends living 'hanthe members ol that mess now. | never had one hostile word I'lsli eased to me by any officer of that ship J1 never made a boost ami I never retracted Wis The " eha-i'y" of the ship had an arm longer than a yard arm, for I was a' Florence, seventy miles in the interior, when invited, and (with the diplomatic position given me by our minister in France) in full enjoyment of the gaieties of tho Tuscan t'ourt and nobility. Private letters and invitations tiom the principal noblemen of Florence at that period arc among my latter* now, and at any one'* *erric* who wishea tosee them. So much fur Raymond No. i The third charge, t yilii* leading American paper, ia one eoiirely and minutely related u year ago? of disho nesty to tailor*. If the public wi*h it proved, that I am net more in debt to tailor* than 1 wm then, it can easily be done in future column* o( the Mirror. The fourth churge i* that I am habitually intemperate! Thi?, 1 believe, 1r an original Raymond?never thought of lielore by mortal man. The little inventor La* one lirgefalteliood, at le?*(, all to himaelf. There are, he*idef, various dark insinuations I cannot make out?probably hail-hatched original Raymond*? aLu'it whipping* and escape* of wb'ppings. I may have had tone unconscious escape*,but within late year* i have only once been awareot tin- neighborhood of insult, and then I knocked an educated bully oil'the steps of a hotel lor abusive language?always "when among rum unt doing a* rum-un* do " My defence 01 Bishop OnderJcck is next called a "pub lic display ol profligacy, written sfier dinner, when not in a condition from which prudence is expected," and a long paragraph is occupied with an arcount of my ar gument, in which account not one po nt of the argument i* stated without distortion and lalse ii fcrence. I believe I have now ruluted every charge tbat can in nny way affect me personally. This long libel winds up, however, with a tiiade against the Mirror, which Ray mond calls the ' net oi pimps, and himaell (my sell) the coward leader of ail the profligacy tbat steks a higher r< sting-place than the gutter " He limitsfits decent cir culation to 600, and add*, " the lemaik of a Philadelphia pap< r is perfectly correct tbat the only New Yotkers ot wnirh he la the accredited and serviceable organ, are dwellers in tl.e n< ighbot hood of the Hook and the Kive Points " (I have literally a patriotic shame in quoting such abuse us this, and the last three or four paragraphs from the leading paper of the country, thus contesting it to be worth replying to?but it must be answered.) The circulation of the Mirror numbers more than a* many thousand* as this libeller name* in hundred*?a circulation, lor tho period ofita existence, wholly unpar alleled A* to the class in which it circulate*?I do not know how we could come at any evidence on the ?tib jeet, but?we live iu a guessing community, and Ray mond is nol even our second sub editor '. As to my qua liflsations to edit a paper lor tho " upper ten thousand," I happen te have, untoi g these seen and certified auto graphs, a letter which throw* some light on 'he subject. It is from a man ot some celebrity, who, when I was in Kngland, was the editor ol the Court Magazine : 1 Dear Willis,?I enclose a proof which(yott will oblige me by returning at your earliest convenitnce. I think it 'ight to add?and I am not very lavish of praise?that your papers are admirable?that they do your country's literature great credit, and that I consider them the gems of the Court Magazine They are the pledge ef what yon can do, and I tiust will do, upon a large scale. And when this happens you will have no greater admirer than "Youi'a most sincerely." I* it necessary to say one word morn to the public alter all this mas* of unwilling justification t There is bat one point left upon which there is no possibility of justi ficHiou of any man hut by inference?the charge often repeated in the Courier and Exprets, of personal libertin ism. My quoting a tribute to virtue irom " libeninet in their cups," and my speaking of my own opinions as those ot a " man of tue world," have been the slight grounds upon which these unjust writers have accused me of huliitual profligacy, 1 can only pronounce it a wholesale slander on my characier. The unwillingness to join the hypocrites of the preis wbo preteud falsely to sanctity of morals, has alone prevented me from eveu assuming in print the credit of good personal habits It I un a " li-n-rtino " it s extraordinary ?that it is all com missiou and no detection or proof 1 It is extraordinary ? :hnt with "intemperance" and "libertinism." health shows as freshly on my oheekjas it did at sixteen ! Kx traordinary?tbat I am one of the happiest men on earth in my well known and much visited home?that a more industrious editor does not exist in th'* hard-working lund, and that I can show invitation* to pulpit* all over the country, to lecture?to firesides by hundred* that I have no time to visit?and to honoraty membership*, di rectorships, and responsible trusts, committee*, etc., without end ! Once far all, I declare myself a goodci'i zen, a good husband and father, and a moral and capable editor of the Eotning Mirror, and 1 challenge proof to the contrary. N. T. WILLIS. Varieties. The Montreal paper* announce the death of Lieut. Co). Bouvttrie, ol the &9th regiment, commanding the garrison of Montreal Hia fuuerul took place on the iS-.h ot Feb ruary, and was conducted in military lorm, although a large number of civilians joined the procession. Col. Bouveric was a relative ot the Earl of Radnor. The measles has been prevalent in its worst form lu some towns in Connecticut. In one family in North Ha ven. in which ihenaieuti weie afflicted with the Mormon mania, three children were taken down with the disease, but the parents declined employing a physician, relying on the magical effect cf Mormon prophylactics. There was a laying on ot handi and other incantations by some prophet or prophetess, but the children all died. The Pennsylvania canals are opened, and the first boat of the season arrived at Columbiaon Thursday lsat. SMore than 150,000 yards of coarse woollen cloth have been sentfiom Western New York to Canada, dunng the present winter. Gov. Dorr, it is said, is at present so feeble in health, as 0 be unablo to peifoim any labor in the prison work shop. In the Supreme J Court, Boston, on Friday, a new trial was granted in the case of William Wyman, ex-president of the Phrnix Bank In this celebrated and protract" d ?ase of bank embezzlement, the court gave an opinion in 1 ivor cf the defendant, on the exceptions filed, but did not auitain all the points relied on by his counsel. Important to Magistrates ? Many magistrates have heretofore been in the habit ol sending defendants to pti ion lor costs, which has been the cause ot much Mill'er ng to the poor and unfortunate Judge Parsons ye sterday morning, decided that this branch ot the Judiciary have no right to do acy thing ol the kind, and that ar.y magis trate so committing a defendant,was liablo to an anion :or falsi: imprisonment The decision was made on an ipplication by a member of the bar to kuow win ther tho court would not discharge a peison who bad been cctr. nitted lor cos's, and in whose ease there was much hard, ship.?Phila. Sp Tim et, Friday. Suppression or Gambling in New Orleans.? The Common Council cf the Kirat Municipality, in New Or leans, have adopted a plan lor the suppression ol gam| tiling within their limits. Any person informing the lutlionlies of the existence ol a gambling bouse and giv ing thn names of its owners and patrons, is to receive a reward of one hundred dollars, and the reformer's name :o be kept a profound secret by the Recorder. On receiv ng the inioimation, the Attorney General or the District Vttorney, cites the visitors of the house to appear, when hev are examined and the owner of the bouse seized,fineu or imprisoned, and his property confiscated. The almost daily acounts from South America htirr fresh news of the atrocities of a mouster who it would scarcely bo imagined existed in the nineteenth cvmtiry. Central Rosas, the Dictator if the Argentine Republic, still contioues hia work ef Mood and deatiuctien. The tetails, as published iu an able woik by one Senor IJaite, give the following result of the wholesale murders for which Rosas has to answer Died by poison, 4; by -utting throats, 3,76ft; by shroting, 1,393, by the poignard 73 J: iu battle, 14,910 : and by various persecutions iu ?luling executions for desertion, and for attempt* to desert, 1,600 A Court Martial has recently token place at Antigua on two officers of H. M. S. Hyacinth, a Lieutenant and the Surgeon, for lighting a duel, and being found guilty were entenc.ed, thetoimer officer to be placed at the foot ol the iat of Lieutenants and the latter to be dismissed the ser vice. The sentence is agreeable to recent Instructions oa the subject of duelling by Her Majesty. A sort of Thames Tunnel has been discovered under vatrr in im Marseilles It is n submarine passage, passing from the Ancient Abbey of 8t. Victorie. runn ng under he arm of the sea, which is cover il with ships, and com* nig out under a tower oi Fort St. Nicholas. M. Joy-land, if the rontset-ShaUFsees, ami M. Matayras, an architect, accompanied re enlly by some friends aod a number of iaboter* went to the ubhey, were able io clear their way to the other end, and came out at Fort St N'cvola?, sftar voi king two hours and twenty minutes. This tunnel is Wined much finer than that of London, be-ng formed of one slugs vault of sixty feet span, and one fourth longer. Is Supremk Court?March 6, 1846 ?Present, Mr. Justice Henrdeley ? O'Brien ads. Gould et. al. Motion lor leave to set abide r port of teferee, gianted.on payment ol costs of opposing motion. Fowler, sutv'r.fce. els Hay. .Hotion to set au le ixicution. denied, with ?ost?. K.dwards, et si ?d* Dow in r Motion to change venue, granted, by detail t. The People. vs Hayuer. ?lotion expane for certiorari, granted. The People, vs. Com steel, do dodo. Tne i ommercial Bank of Oswego, vs Ruikle. Motion (xparte to amend jud'gt record, he. granted. In the matter ot Wilde et al. Motion cxparte tor leave io prosecute oihcial bond of aheriff of Oswego, granted. Neilson vs. Colweli Motion esparto lor leave ?o issue a new execution In place of one destroyed,grant ed. Gould et al. rs Swain et al. Motion expartc for leave to vacate judgment and 'o enter up new judgment ipon due service made on deft*, granted. Bngardus, ?x'r.kc aud K.lder. Motion to vacate order of circuit indge, granted Powell ad*. Lane. Motion to change venue, denied, without coits, without prejudice. Wood worth ad*.Wbinfield, et al Mo ion to change venue den d Wheeler sds Wilder, et nl Motion that the *< rvice of papers made by defendant to move to set aside the report ?I referees, be deemed good service, grouted, conditional ly. Lane vs. Powell ?Motion to strike out defendant s Killer, subjoined to his plea of the yeneral issue, denied, with costs. The People e*. rel. Blacksmith vs Trscy iu Igment. he.?Motion lor mandamus, granted, a item a ive Smith, vs Skinorr, tt al ?Motion for leave to dis. ?ontinuc this suit without costs, granted. Mansville vs Marsh, et nl ? Motion to set ssid? rule for judgment of ?on pics he denied, with costs, without prejudice, aing et al nds Russell? Motion for ju 'gment as in case .I non-uit, grai.t-d, unless plaintiff stipulates and pays ? sts of motion. Gillson ads. Day? Motion to ch>nge venue granted. Williams et al. vs Irving?Motion to va Hta the sir Mil's return on the i x cution heretofore i?>ued ? nd also the entiy of est sfaotion in this cause, det led, vilh costs, without prejudice Moses s4s Wilcox?Mo ion lor attachment against del. ndant, dennd, with coats, vithout prejudice Brook* vs. Pay - Motion to vacate ?riler, granted, without corns -Albany Argut, Man b 7. Hkoom Hanplks.?Twenty-three boxes, con taili ng aome two thouaund broom handles, were ship )(vl n few days since for London. We under1 tan I that omc persons are raising the brush in Ohio, and have ob .incd the handles (rem this valley, shlppiag the raw ma ? rial te Knglend, and there manufacture the brooms Northampton Conner.