Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 15, 1845, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 15, 1845 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. Vol. XI., No. 75?Wliolo No. 4U3?. NEW YORK. SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 15, 1845. Prlco Two Conta. THE NEW YORK HERALD AGGREGATE CIRCULATION THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND. THE OREATE8T IN THE WORLD. To tll? Public. ? THE NEW YORK HERALD?Daily Newspaper?pub lished every day ol the year except New Yeai . Day and Fourth of July- Price 2 cents per copy?or $7 28 per uarun?postage* paid?caah iu advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD?pubhahed ere . SaturdaT morning?price 6id eeuts per copy, or $1 12 per am m?poet ?era paid, caeh iu advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the eirculatio if the Herald is over THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND, and inuring Cut It hae the largest circulation of any paper in thi. city, or the win-tit, and. is, therefore, 'he best channel for business men in the city or country. Price, moderate?cash in advance. PRINTING of all kinde executed at the moat moderate price, and in the moat elegant etyle. JAMES GORDON BENNETT. PnoraiEToa or thi Hcnau> Establishment. Northweat comer of Fulton and Naaaau atreeta. STATEN 1ST.AN I) FERRY Foot of Whitehall Street. On and after Monday, March 17ill, the Boata will run aa fol low!, until further notice:? LEAVE STATEN ISLAND : I, 10, and 12 A. M.: 2 and 5 P M. LEAVE NEW YORK : ? ? .?9, v<l 1'. A. M-; 1. Sid. and 6, P. M N- B.?All freight at the risk of the owuera th-'eof. mhltrc NEW YORK, PCHOOLEY'B MOUNTAIN. BELVIDERE, AND EAS TON.?Lea re the mm ? i ?? foot of Courtland atrvet daily, buuda>>cicrpird, at ft o'clock, A M., by K&'lroad from Jersey City to Morria town thence by post-coaches through Meadnam, Cheater, tier mau Valley, Schooley'a Mountain, Anderaou Town, Port Cal den Waahmgton, to Belvideie and Easton. For a ata, apply to J.Hill, at the Commercial Hotel, 73 Court land atrret. N B.?h xtraa furaiahed at theahorteat notice, by applying to Ch?rl-a ''olhath. at Mor-ia'own. m4 Im'm PEOPLE'S lINE FOR ALB-NY, fr- m t'e loot of Cou'tLnd atreet, ?t b o'clock, P.M., (audi- a at intermediateplaces. Tim .leainb-iat COLUMBIA, < aptain Wm. H. Peck, Mon day, Wedn-adav, Fiiday, and Sunday afternoon*, at 5 o'clock. Tne steamboat SOU I H AMERICA, Captain M. H Trues drll, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday aft ruoona, at 5 o'clock. Pas Miners taking ihe above line will arrive iu Albany in tune to take the morning train of Cars for the East or Weat The Boata are new and substantia], are furnished with new and - leganl stale rooma, and for speed and accommodations are unri.ailed on the Hudson. For passage or freight, apply on board, or to P. C. Schulix, at the office on (he Wharf. mhtOis FOR SALE?Twenty-four Covered FREIGHT JMBsSSSmCCAHS, such aa are used on the Pennsylvania Kail JBeNLiHKL Roads. They will be sold very low. Ifnotsoldbe IF w fore Saiuiday, the 1st of March, they will be offered at puulic sale at the premises of the subscriber, at 10 o'clock, A M. C HAMILTON, Weat side Broad street.below Locust street, Philadelphia. ja3! lmeod*ghx TO LET, AND IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN?The Store No.97 Naaanu street. Herald Build iors, with Fixtures. Stove and Pipes, ready set and all complete. Applicati ?u to be made at the desk of the office of Ihe Her Id for n-rms. Ike iSlrfre M KirR SA E. OR TO l.H.T-A go d Dwrl.imr Jr. Hi me. Barn, Outhouses. Stc , wilh about two acies of XULlind si U'te in tlie village of Jamaica. L. 1., with a guild tni ply of fiuit t^ers, Howe ?, See. One half of the pur chase money can remain on bond and mor gate. Enquire of CALEB WEEKS, Giraffe Hotel, or of HENRY W'HIL FY. at th-*"lu-hing "avi ion. mh '2 1 m*m TO LET?One of he mo?id suable couutry reodec ' crt on this island, siiuate wiihin half hours ride of lha rt'.itv Hall, consisting of a spacious and convenient dwel ling, wiih stable anil other outhouses attached, with a large ga den, containing every variety of fruit, aand ornamental trees and .hr'-bbeiy For particulars enquire iu 23d street, first house east of 3d avenue. mhl3 lm*rc MTO LET UK LEASE, in St. Jnhn's Ha'l, two large Rooms on the second and third stories of tlie building, ailmirablv adapted for the use of associations, or as ar um irs for military compinies?the 1 hird Company Nat onal Guards now occupying the fourth on lease aa an armory. Those wishing to hire fur sncii purposes should avail themselves of th-opi orlu i y anil-rcure them, as they are desirable fr miheir location, and tne facility of ingress and egieaa. Terms made known and rooms seen, by applying at the bar of the Hall, from 10 --'clock A. M. until 2 P. M., to mhio im-rc THOMAS A LYNCH. tKUH BALE, OR TO LEASE?I lut well known Factory, with 16 lots of gronud, situate at Harlem, on tin' J'h avenue (railroad), oetween I28rti and 29th in ? et >ry is a very substaiitial t-o story brick building. 40 feet by 200 w th a brick carriage house and engine house adjoin ing. File i iwts and avenues ate regulated and partd, and ail ass'SMiieuts paid The premises axe in complete order, and rea dy <o iinm*d<ate occupancy. The umi w it be sold or leased cheap, or excha-ged f r city property 'I hire fourths of the purchase money csu remain oa bond and mortgage for a long time. Apply to C. W. VAN VOORHI8 or H P. MeOOWN.36 John attest, wheie amap of the property can be seen. n.hl2 lm* m TO LET?Two Stores beautifully situated, In the new I builoings (now nearly complete) ou the northwesterly .comer of Broadway and Reade street, (known as the La 1 ai,i Buildiugs ) Also, a large and convenient Basement, well calcnlated for an Oyster Saloon, lie. Also, several convenient Stores in the second story, suitable for Merchant Tailors, Fashionable Milliners, Dressmakers, Itc. together with a variety of Rooms in the 2d, 3d, 4th, and 1th stories, suitable for Offices, Private Pa'lors with folding Uoors, Pantries aud Bedrooms attached ; with Rooms suitable lor Dentists, Paiuteis, Daguerreotypes and Exhibition Rooms, lie. Those ivrsons wauling rooms of the above description, are re quested to call and examine the same. Enquire on the premise*. fl3 lin'rc TO SECrET SOCIETIES. TO LET?From 1st May next, the large Room in the ' upper story of housecorper of East Broadway and Ca .tbarlue street, litted an fcr a lodg ? room. Can be seen ?warm i,y and 5 o'clock, P. M. For farther particu lars enquire h' E SPIER,51 Catharine street, or of J H r.CHT, M Henry street (21 la*m TO LET?The large three story and attic Brick Dwelliug House, situated on the north-easterly comer of ine Seveuth Aveune and Thirteenth street, with a fine :,nl u.Lroton water, kitchen ranges, marble mautals, sliding Ivors. Ac , and in an improving neighborhood. Kent low to a good tenant. AJhj?hour three story and attic Brick Houses, with Stores underneath, on the easterly side of Sixth Avenue, between Twelfth and Thirteenth slieets, with sliding doors, marble mantels, I roton water. Sec., suitable for ms pec table families in mmlrratr circumstances. Also?Five three story Brick Houses, of a similar kind, on the easterly side of Greenwich Lane or A venae, near the Eighth A vt line, and opposite the large square. Also?The three story Brick House, with a Store underneath, ou the side of the Eighth Avenne, between 13lh and 14th streets, with marble mantels, sliding doors, Croton water, Stc. All of the above Stores are excellent stands for business, and are suitable for drygoods and fancy-goods, ladies'shoe stores, china and mrtheaware, hardware, jewelry, millinery, con fectionary, Itc. The Siorcs. with the front basement-room, will be rented se parate frotn toe dwelling parts if required, there being covered areas in front lor fuel, lie. G. H. WINTER, fll lin*rc 16 Wall street. foITsale. ?eas A BEAUTIFUL FARM, situated in the town of ?HEsstrheater, confining seventy acres of good lilable and ^^?otrass land. 1 lie House is in perfect order and convenient ly uranged for a large family Said Farm is divided by the post road running to Mew Rochelle and Marmarroneck, and runs dow n to Eastchester Creek, where there is hue bass and trout fishing in their season. The out buildings are all in good order, and there is good stabling for twelve horses. I )i* wools place is well wateted and ou the premises is a beautiful b ish|K>ud. There are two churches within aquarter of a mile of said place, and stage*pais twice a day by the house, to intersect the Mew York and Harlem Railroad at William's Bridge, whirh is wilh iu three inile* of said premises. There it an abuudance of Fruit ou said premises, which was selected by the present owner with great care. The distance from City Hall, Mew York, is scant sixteen miles. Possession can be had by the 1st ol April, aud any information concerning laid property, can be had uu the premises. A so, adjoining said property, forty acres of first rate Laud, with a go.d Stone House ou it, w ilh Barn and Mtabfis connected, possessing the same advantages as the above seventy acres. l'tie said forts acres will be sold seperately, or the Farms to gether (nulling j? ill no acres) to suit ihe ourchas-r. Apply to J. W J vMlWAY, No. 12 City Hail Place, or to ISAAC ANDERSON, on the premises, or to fe3 lm*rc W.M. H. HICKS, No. 20 Wallstrrst. jm| FOR SALE?A splendid, superior, and very valuable WMF ARM of 100 acres, rich laud, a haudsome House, excrl -saa^irui fences and outhnildings, mills aud machinery for lasting, gnudiug, Ac., snont MctO choice Peach Trees, and a va ry tv of tiihar liuit*. 3H miles from Morristown, iu New Jer sey, and J* hours ride lnnii .>ew I oik; a healthy and delight ful situiima Pries tWOO; half can remain on it, or will be tx Chang d m part lor city pr Perty. Cost over Also 00 seres, with new Cottage, Barns, Fences, Ac ; about 4000 IV .ch Trees; adjoining the above Price Jinn" b or full par.iculais apply to 1). ELMTON, 55 Atlantic street. South Brooklyn. 81500 ortHino m a House and Lut iu the city of Brooklyn, wanted, at 7 per cent. Ample security. Appiy immediately to D. lLbTON, 55 Atlantic stieet, mli11 lm*ec South Brooklyn, CoUNlit* HE \T lO LET? lo let for one or nore years, the lieautifnl ennntry saat known aa Wood .adhnjawu situated on Uie North River, at loot of 52d street, Ciooaining about II aersa. l he dwelling house is new, having been built laat year, and the itiDl? aud other building! are in good order. Possession can be given immediately. For terms, apply to W.L. CUi l'lNu, ml 2w*ec 58 Wall street, or 748 Broadway. TO LET. AT FORDHAM. WESTCHESTER CO., N. Y. Jgym A LARGE and convenient Cottage, formerly occupied Mm l'hos. B&ssford, with a Garden, and Fiutt Trees of s^^cvary uescrli Hon. adjoining?situated within two or three hundred yards <>t St. John's College. The New York and Har lem Kaihoad (Jars run lo and from New York six times a day. Apply at 479 Pearl street, New York. fin lm*ro vna A COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE-Situatad K|in the town of Pelham. Westchester County, bordering on ?sAt,the village of East Chester, about 16 miles from New York, containing 140 acres of land?50 acres woodland, the balance 90 acres is in a high st its of cultivation, with fruit trees of all kinds in abundance. There are two good Dwelling Houses ou it, receatly built, together with a large barn, stone hen houre, com rib, ate. i he place is beautifully situated, commanding a view ol ihe Hound aud surrounding country. It will be sola low or exchanged for improved city property. For further par ticulars apply at 68 West street, between Carlisle and Rector atrrers. Also, 8 Lou of Ground, 15 by 100, on the easterly side of the 11th Avenue, between 17th ami llth streeu. 122 lm*tc S FOR MALE?A FARM?Mituated at Ialip, Suffolk County, LI adjoining emithtown. Maid Farm contains 02 30 of which is Wooo; the remaining b2 acres are i n a sUie of good en tination. 1 here are two Houses, and also two good wells ol water on the farm; a large barn with car riage houie and * tabling for eight hor?rs; an ice house; a good large garden, enclosed iu a pieaet fence, fruit trees, Ac Ac Airy further information may be obtained at No 8] tlleecker Street, a few doors west from Broadway. Half Lie parch use money can remain on mortem* (25 lm*m No! ICE TO DYf.MM?The veiy superior liquid Pink Co lor, so extensively used now in the dyeing esisblishmsau of b ranee, for sale by HENRY AKAHN, mil lw*rc 71 Liberty attest, up stairs. TOSEI ** mn SHAKSPEARE hotel. CORNER OK WILLIAM A DUANE STREETS, N Y. a THE subscriber resp-etfully informs the public that re has lease! the above establishment, and it now pre pared to accommodate them with Board and Lodging, on wry moderate terms. It has been par in the must thorough end complete re;>air, painted and refitted with additional new furniture, and he will not, as usual, say wlnl he intends to do, but solicits the travelling cnmuiUMty to visit and give him a trial, and judge for themselves, that the establishment under his management is deserving the patronage of the pablic. The lo cation being central to business, offers inducements to mer chants trom the country [from its retired situation] unsurpass ed hy any other house in the city. Terms (I p-r day?per week in proportion. The subscriber beys to call the attention of parties that the Assembly Ko< m will be to let to those giving Balls and Con certs for the remaining part of the season, and that the room will shoitly he pin in complete repair, and fitted up in a magni ficent style He further calls the attention of the professional gentlemen ofth? law, that,his room for arbitrators and rererees hat undergone alteration, and that he is ready to accommodate them on reasonable terms?which will be seen by his regula tion of room hire. N.B ?A telect number of permanent boarders will be .taken on very moderate terms. m6 2w?rrc MINORD B. THRESHER. SARACEN'S HEAD. No 12 Day street, (adjoining the Franklin Hotel.) -EPH SMITH, la'e of Worcester, England, begs leave most res|iectfnily to inform his friends and the public, that he has leased ihe above establishment, and fitted it up in a style second to no's. H> has a'so taken care to provide the creature comforts for the iuward man. ... At II o'clock there will always be a sandwich ready, and at any tiineduring the day the following a'tlclea v ill be prepared end served up in a style suitable to the palate of the most faiti dions epicure:? Beef Steaks?Mutton Chops?Veal Cutlete?Broiled Ham and Eggs?k rizzlad Bacon?Welsh Rarebits?Poached Fggs? Sardines?Ci Id Cuts?Cream Cheese. J. S. will at all times keep on hand the choicest Wines and Spirits, selected with that tiste peculiar lo an old and eiperieuc ed wine-bibber; Bottled Porter. Cider, aud a sparkling glass of Albany Ale, accompanied with a pure Havana, all of which will bd served on such terms and prices as will square with the times. mh9 <w eow*ec NEW YOMK HOTEL, 731 Broadway, New York City. TIII8 new and splendid establishment opened on the 1st of -L December last, situated in the most fashionable quarter of the city, is now in full operation. The entire front on Broad way, between Washington and Waverley Pisces, has been ar ranged in snita of apartments, and furnished in the most ttsteinl aud elegant manner for the accommodation of families and sin g'egentlem-n, and no p><ins will be spared to render the moat perfect satisfaction to all who may favor the house with their patron'ge. it will be conducted on the European and Ameri can systems combined, leaving it optional with persons to take meals at Table d'Hote, in private parlors, or a la carta, as may snit their conveneuce The locali' n of the house, the great nnmber of large and beautiful parlors, the spicions and airy halls, render it a most desirable residence for those visitiug the city either on business or p'easure J H. BiLLINOS, Proprietor. m8 lm*m B. MONNOT, Restaurateur. ST. GEORGE HOTEL No. 01 Broadway, New York. (Next Block below Trinity Church, and near Wall atreet.) rpHE subscribers. lessees and proprietors or the above well -1 known establishment, having recently taken it for a term of years, Hatter themaelvea, that they are now ready to meet the wishes of their friends and patrons by supplying them with every comfort and convenience which a place like this can possibly afford. The rooms of the honse are large, airy and commodious; and have been, but lately, fitted np with new and elegant furni ture. The domestics are attentive, respectful and obedient?the ta ble abundantly supplied with all the substantiate and luxuries of good living?the cellar contains an ample store of the choicest Wines and Liquors?aud the beds and bedding, throughout the house, are constantly krpt in a clean and healthful condition. Having availed themselves of these and many other advanta ges and accommodations, so important to a public house, the proprietors not only deem it a duty, but, also, take pleasure in thus announcing it to travellers and the public in general. And. while endeavoring to please, although they do not pretend to smile at competion, yet they are determined, by assiduous at tention 10 the wants of their guests, and the most reasonable charges, that, those who come to their house shall not meet with (hsanioiutment; and, that, those who go away shall not experi ence dissatisfaction. JOHN H. MORE, PETER TYLER. New York, Feb. 1,1045. ft lm*rre NATIONAL HOTEL, No. 5 Courtlandt street and 87 Liberty street, NEW YORK, Three Doors from Broadway.' TH11 NEW HOTEL will be opened on the 20th inst . when J- the Proprietors will be happy to accommodate their friends and the public with board. Th- Lodging Rooms are large and airy, and the internal arrangements sucn as cannot fail to please. The location being in the centre of business, it offers induce ments to merchants from other cities and the country, not sur passed by any other House in this city. The Furniture, Beds and Bedding, are all new and made ex pressly for this establishment. Families who w>sh Parlors and Sleeping Rooms attached,can be l.andsomely accommodated. The subscribers assure their friends and the public, that no efforts on their part shall be wanting to secure the comfort and convenience of their guests, and v hile they solicit a share of their patrouage, they hope, by unceasing attention, to the duties of their vocatiou, to give en tire satisfaction. CHARLES W1CKOFF It CO. fi7 m*re WILSON'S HOTEL AND DINING ROOMS, No. 5 Gold street, New York. (ute the Caledonia). TJENRY WILSON (of Brooklyn) begs to inform his friends A A and the public generally, that he will op-u the above i wui uir ?> o. named establishment on v ON DAY, the Isth of March, 'MS. The nonse has been thoroughly repaired aud newly furnished in evsry department, and the very best of every description r f liquors, cigars wines, domestic aud imported ales and porte. will ba provided. * An Ordinary will be served up every day from 1 to 3 o'clock P.M.; and Refreshments will be fuinished at any hour during the day and evening. f28 Imje HARTWELL S WASHINGTON HOUSE, 393 Chestnut Street, ABOVE SEVENTH STREET, NEXT TO THE MASONIC HALL, PHILADELPHIA. f27 lm*m HOBE'S PATENT EXTENSION DINING TABLES, WITH METALLIC SLIDES, long known as the most dureble, convenient and slegant of Extension Tables mana far tared: warranted to run easy constantly, and not to be affected by dampuess or warping of the wood. A large assort ment of choice patterns, suited tor private parlors, hotsls,sieam boats, be., together with a general asso'tment of Cabinet Fur niture, always on hand, at the Ware rooms, Nol40 Grand street, corner of Elm, where the public is respectfully invited to eall and examins. mrl lm*rc ARCHITECTURE . SCHMIDT begt leave (o inform his friends and the public, that he has removed his ofhce from 193 Broadway to 17RED, r pubi 19 Wall st, where persons drairous of building are invited to ex amine a selection of original and tasteful designs, from the Cot gyles of archi'^tnreVand wh^rehe^s^*'0"?"^1 tf*?*rioVs Drawing.. Specifications, &ri?nt?fto furni*h Plan., jaJO lm* re M* HARVEY, Professor of Classics and Elocution, being solicited by sereral respectable families to open a Day School for the instruction of youth in the common and clini cal branches of education, respertfu ly informs those who may be disposed to pla-e their children under his tniiion, to signify the same by giving iheir names, as he is unwilling (without en couragement) to P'occed in an undertaking which otherwise might prove abortive. If the location of the school (at yet un settled) be inconvnient to the residences of ihe snbaeribere, their subscribing will not be conairiejed in the least binding. N. B.?The fees will not be high-r than at any other respecta ble establishment, and names will be received at Patrick is. eas terly's, 108 Nassau street, New Yoik. mh9 lw*m TO TAILORS. rPHE Second Edition of Stinemet's celebrated wdVk on eut A tine garments of every description in a style of elegance un equalled, is now published and ready for delivery. Those who desire to avail themselves of ths great advantages to be derived from the use of the instructions it coutains, would do well to obtain a copy without delay. The book it 13 by 17 inches square, and contains 17 elegant diagrams of all the various styles Off garments wsrn at the present day, with full a id ample instruc tions for entting in an easy and scientific manner. The follow ing are a few of the many highly respectable names who testify to the merits of the book The undersigned being practically acquainted with Mr. Stine met's Treatise on Catting Garments, with pleasure recommend it as a work complete in its arrangements, and in its practical ap plication to cutting, superior to any heretofore published, either in Europe or America. P. Henry 8i Son, Daniel Cutter, Btaats It Banker, Charles Cox, E. W. Tr run It Co., B. F.Horner, James Daily, John Haviland, J. H. Banker The above can be obtained of the author. No. 113 Broadway. New York ft lm?es MAR TELLE & HOLDEKMANN, No. 37 MAIDEN LANE, N. Y. ]\ff ANUFACTURERS and Importers' of Ornamental Hair . Work, Wigs, Toupees, Bands, Curls, Strains, Bandeau Jjk'L *"d a new 'style ef Everlasting Curls, and ail kinds of Hair Work^wholesale and retail. N. B.?The trade supplied on reasonable terms. ru lm??e S'isrAt,!i.^AN.0J,i,'0.,.H1 "u FURNlTuRE ' WANTED -And 'he highest cash price given for all kinds et east on < lmhing and good second-hand Furniture. Persons mailing to dispose of the same, will do well to call on the sub Kriber, or address a liee thrungh the Post Office, which will be punctually attended to. B. LEVY, _ _ , 49X Chatham aireet. N. Y. N ? B ?-(. onstantly on hand, a seasonable assortment of gentle men's Clothing. cheap for cash (28 I m* re QOTTON MACHINKRV FOR BALE- ~~ I Cards, 1 Mule, 3ig Spindles, I Diawing Frame 3 Pickers, 1 W mding Frame, 4 Reals, 1 Yarn Press, I Grinding K rame. And a qnsntitv nf Cant. Bobbins, lie., all in good order, and now running at Pstetson Apply to the "Paierton Machine Company" Works, at (hterson, or to mh!3 3t*re DAVID B. RISING, 89 Cedar St., N. Y. GENTLEMEN'S LEFT OFF WARDROBE, THK HIGHEST PRICES caa be obtained by Uendemn. left off A or Familise whe are desirous of converting their wearing apparel into cash. . ramus Families or Gentlemen quitting the eity or changing reei SH having any snperflaoas effects to dittose of, will find it ? to their advantage to send for the Saescriber, who will ^?u their resides oebv a?*S*S*Tg A line through the foal Oftee, Of 0 ? ,ro (goo)*** prompt attentioe. Afin Ha. ?A^.T AND FISH STORE. ^ Alii I BBLB. Salmon, No. 1, tend 9. ioo bbls. Blue Fish. * ?,a * 1*?0 bbls Nos. t. s. and l Mackerel. 098 halfde do de de Irfj ^do^ ^Tbbls Ne. 1 Seybrook 81 loo bbls Cod and Scale Fish. 400 do No. I Gib'd Herriagr. 300 kegs Dutch do I KM lbs Smoked Salmon. MO kits Soused do 880 do Sounds aid Tongue >100 qtls Cod Fisfy suitable for shifting Itoo MCks Ashton's Halt. SO half and M quarters ness Mackerel. MOO bosre Digby Herring I 100 questet barrels 100 qmantv b*ri?U 8*1 moa SiSS^ "firarwtfui > CO., 01 Dey si TO MERCHANTS VISITING NEW YORK CITY D. M. PEYSER, 00 JOHN STREET, (ilTWKN WILLI AM AND NASSAU STRgKTS,) NKW YORK, IMPORTER OK GERMAN AND FRENCH KANCY GOODS, Offers for sale, by the package or to sail ciutomert, at the moat reasonable terms, WOR8TED8. Zephyr, German, and Tapiaaerie Chine and Ombre Worsteds. SILKS Floss, Twiated, Plain and Shaded Silka, in Sticka and Spoola. CHENILLES Embroidery, Flower, and Trimming Chenille. PATTERNS. Berlin Embroidery Pa" terns, a moat aplendid aelection . ki its. a iiiui CANVASS breach and German for Embroidery, of Cotton, Worsted, Imitation of Silk, and Silk, Silver and Gold^of all widtha. BEADS. Gold, Silver, Steel, and Glaaa Beada and Bugler NEEDLES. Embroidery Needier, Steel, Wooden, Ivory, Ebony, and Whale bone Knitting and Crochet Needier. EMBROIDERIES. All kinda of commenced and finished, such u Soapendara, Shoea and Ot'omana, lie lie. FANCY GOODS. All kinda of Paria Fancy Oooda, anch aa Purser and Parse Trimmings. Head Ornaments, Bracelets, Hair Pins, Combs, lie.: Necklaces, Gold and Silver Braids. Tiosel Cords, and Silver Bullion Tassels, FRENCH MILITARY i RIM MINGS, lie. Wire Goods, such as Baskets, Watch Holders, lie., lie. German Rustic Willow Chairs, Baskets, Work-Tables, and Sofa, It". OILED SILKS. Oiled Silks, different coles, the best French. FRINGES. Fringes, Cords, Gimos, Tassels, all colors and qualities, im ported and domestic (of his own manufacture.) St8tW3m*rc fli BATHS AT THE GLOBE HOTEL-The proprietor of the above establishment informs the public and the fre quenters of this houte, that the Baths have been refitted and put in proper order, ard are now open. They are abundantly supplied wilh Croton Water, good a tendance, and every other requisite to promote health and comfort. Entrm.ce on Broad way, through the Hotel, aud in New street. mhll2w*ee K. BLANCARD. VTAVY AGENT'S OFFICE.-New York. March 13th, i." I8?5.?Sealed Proposals?endorsed " Proposals f r Naval Supplies"?will be received at this office until thellthday of April next, at 3 o'clock, P. M., for supplying the following specified articles for the use of the Naval service, for the quar ter ending the 30th day of June next. The contractor will also be requ-rvd to deliver, upon the requisition of the Commander of th? Brooklyn Navy Yard, or the Navy Agent, such further supplies of the same specified articles as the wants of the ser vice may call for during said quarter, in addition to the quanti ties named. The cuntractor is to deliver these supplies at the Navy Yard, into the custody orlhe Naval Store Keeper, in appropriate pack ages, f>ee of all expenses and charges for transportation. Thus called fur in this advertisement will be required by the first day of May next; and all subsequent requisitions must be supplied withiu tea days from the d-te of each requisition. Every arti cle inns' be of the beat quality, in all respects. Similes of the requited articl s, mar be seen on application to the Naval Stove Keeper at the Navy Yard, Brooklyn. These supplies will be subjected to the inspection of such officers of llie Navy Yard as the commandant there, f may de. signals. All rejected articles must, upon notice to the contrac tor be immediately removed from the N -vy Yard, and - Iht . _ ., - there of a sati-factory character be forthwith delivered in lieu thereof A f-ilure on the part of the coutractor to comply wilh these conditions, will justify the agent in purchasing in open market to supplv anv deficiencies ; and the confactor and his sureties will b? held liabl* for any loss the Department may anstain by reason of any such failure, B mils in two-thirds of the estimated amount of each contract will be required, with two satis'aetory su eties, whose names must be submitt*d with the proposals. Ten per rent of the amount on >ach delivery will be withheld aa cotla'eral security for the faithful fulfilment of the contract, until the expiration thereof. Proposals must embrace one entire class af articles, and be en dorsad according to its number. A form of offer will he shown to applicants. Schedule No. 1?Haedweke, See. 3 Cooper's Adzes, 6 Carpenter's do 34 Wood Axes, 1 Dozen Brass Door Bolts, 6 inches, 3 do do do 4 do 1 do do do 3)4 do 1 do do do 8 do 1 do each, Brass Buttons,2 and 2\ inches, 3 Devils s eel tongue, 3 Drill Boxes and Bows, with drills, 3 Patent Balances (Dearborn's) to weigh 580 lbs each, 3 Butcher's Cleavers, 3 Dozen Brats Bulkhead Bolts, ? inches, 3 do do do do 3 do 1 do do do do 4 do 3 do do Flush do 3%do 6 do Tin Candlesticks fitted with lamps, 73 Firmer Chisels, handled, asserted, 36 Socket do .do do 10 Pounds R>d Chalk, 300 do Whits do 3 Comp'n Stop Cocks for Hose, 6 Armorers I om passes, 6 Dozen Straight Brats Castors, 30 ounds 8a-h Cord, 6 Brass Dividers,8 inch, 3 Drill Stocks, press. 12 Pounds Coar-e Emery, 1 Dozen Plate Escutcheons, 3 inch, 1 do do do IV do It do uo do 1*. do 6 do do do 1*4 do 3 do do do Ik4a 13 do Brass Eyes, \ inch, s D I U* ..I D" 4 1 Pound Escutcheon Pins, )4 to X inch, >4 Sets French Escri 'oise Trimmings, ? itu rrencn tscn oise i runas 1 Dozen Pit-Saw Files, 10 inch, 6 do three square t iles, from 4 to 8 inch, 12 Sets Table battenings, 6 Carpenter's Gouges, s, Randl 36 Socket Gouges. Kindled, 6 Bundles Cooper's Flags, 3 Dozen French Fitches, 6 Doz Brass Cabin Hooks, 6 inch, with eyes complete, pord z 1 do do do 4 do do do 1 do do do 3 do do do 3 do do do 1)4 do do 6 do Brtss Screw Hooks. 6 lairs Iron Butt Hinges,} inch, 6 do do do 3 do 6 di do do 8)4 do 4 Doz Pairs do do 3 do 48 Broad Hatches, handled, (cast tree!.). 1 Doz Pairs Brass Butt Hinges, 4KM* inch, 4 do do do do 3)4X1)4 do 6 Pairs do do do 3 M do 6 do do do do 2)4X3)4 do 5 Doz Pairs do do do 8 M do 1 do do do do 3 inch 1 do do do do 4)4 do 4 do do do do 2)4 do 12 Tinner's Hammsrs, 6 Wrench Hammers, 6 Dozen Brass Hooks and Kyes, 2)4 inch, i do paura Table Butts, 2X4 ine>>, 1 do do do 2)4X6 do 1 do do do lv( IK do 1 do Hooks fosLamps, 3 inch, brass, 1 do do do 2 do do 6 Marking Irons, 3 Bundles Hnssia Sheet Iron, No. 12, 10 do Hoop Iron, 1)4 inch and under, 13 Gridirons, 6 Waffle Irons, 6 Dozen Brats Knobs, J4 inch. * J- J- % do 3 do do 6 Cheese Knives, 18 CoyperTea Kettles, I, 8, 10, qrts, 6 Pallet Kriyrs. 6 Fish K-ttles, 6 Putty Knives, 12 Dozen Mahogany Knobs, 3 inch, 13 do do do Ik do 6 do do do 1)4 do 3 do do do D% do 3 do do do 1 do 6 do do do V do 3 do do do \ do 6 do Iron Padlocks, 2fc, do 3 do double faced Cupboard Locks,v inch, 3 do Closet Locks, 6 do 1 do do i do 6 do do 4 do 8 Daren Don Drawer Locks, 6 do Brass do do 2)?do 1 do do do do 3 do 1 do do . do do lXdo 1 do Iron Chest J-ocks, 1 do do Desk do 12 Cooks' Ladles, 'ron, long hnndlas, 3 Dozen Chalk Lines, 10 Tape Lines, 100 feet, 3 Rolls Sheet Lead, 4)4 lbs per foot, 3 do do 3 do 2 do do 4 s do 3 do do 3)4 do 3n Lengths Lead Pipe, Irora )4 to 1 inch, 1)4 Dozen Iron Locker Locks. I do Brass Sideboard Locks, SK inch, 36 Upright Mortice do 4)2 do 13 Mortice Cloaet do 3H do 36 2d and 3d Cleat Nails, aasl'd, 60 Pounds 6d do do 60 do 4d do do 1 do K Clout Nails, 3 do 1 do do 3 do 1)4 do do t do llado do 3 do Imdo do 1 M S inch i lM d?o d0 ... _ do 200 rounds 3d iron Cut Nails, 200 do 4d do do 1600 do 12.1 do do 600 do 30d do do do do 300 do 80d 600 do 40d do do 400 do each 6 and 6 inch Cut Spikes, 10 do Od iron Wrought Nails, 300 do 8d do do 300 do lOd do do 300 do lid do do 300 do 40d do do 100 do Wrought Copper Sheathing Nails, 200 do I'd lion Boat Nails, loo do lOd do do 200 do 8d do do 10 do 6d do do 18 do 4d do do 100 do 3d do do 300 do 3d Copper Nails, 100 do 4d do do 300 do 6d do do 300 du 6d do do 100 do Id do do 10 do lOd do do 10 do lid dn do 300 do tOd do do 13 Long Jointers, Carpenter's D I, 34 Pincers, IS Bake Pans, 9 Moulding Planes, 600 Pounds Nail RmJs. 30 do Copper Boat Rivets, 6 Compass Saws, 6 Wood Haws, framed, 1 Whip Saws, 3 Dozen Br as Hash Pulleys, 34 C H Shovels, 6 Trying Squares, 3 Hand Shears. 400 Pounds fteel Blister (L) 1110 do German Steal, 300 do best Cast Steel, J Butcher's Steels, 6 Spades C S, 3 Tinner's Sheers, 4 Bread Scale* and Beams, large, with sat of weights, 38 Pounds Brass Solder, 18 Iron Squares, UK 12 Clamp Scrrwi, wood, each 1 Brass Square, do 24 Flat Braaa Sash Springs, par do7 10 Pounds V inch Wrought Copper Tacks, perlb 10 do do do do do do* 10 do 14 ?s Iron Tacks, do 25 do Thread, aisorted, do It do Shoe Thread, . do 200 do India Tin, do 15 do X inch Brass Wire, do 100 do X do d> do 4 ?'.u Lead Weights, 1 oz to 1 lb, per set 4 do Iron do 1 to 28 lbs, do 1 Pound 1-16 inch Copper Wire, per lb 100 do 5-16 do do do ?? *j? & 4? 4? do 20 do s do do do Sheets, 1, I, 1, 1. 2, n Nos. 16. 18, 20, 12, 21, J6 s,MeU Brass, do Iron Screws?Pr.a Oaos*. Not. ? .? 1.X I? 1.X .1 X X X X in. in. in. in. tn. in. in. in. in. in. Gro. Gro. Gro. Qro. Gro. Gro. Gro. Gro. Gro. Gr. ?;??? 3 3 5 1 14 5 6 1 ???? 1 ,. 5 3 1 J--* 2 1 5 5 3 1 ?" 11 10... 11... 12... 13... 14... 15... 16... 17... 18... 20 24... Basis Screws?Per Oross. 3 in. 2. \X. IX IX- 1. X. X. X- X- "X- 2X. Nos. Gro. Gro. Gro. Gro. Gro. Gro. Gro. Gro. Gro. Gro. Gro. Gro ? 2 2 2 1 .. .. J 1 2 2 2 1 .. .. 6 2 2 2 2 1 .. .. 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 .. .. 8 1 1 2 5 5 3 1 .... 9... .. .1 2 3 .. 5 5 3 1 .. .. 10... 111334552 .. 11 Jl 2 3 3 J 4 3 3 1 13 3 3 .. 5 4 3 2 ? ?; .. 5 3 2 2 3 5 5 3 4 1 1 ?? ., ,, ,. 6 2 5 4 3 3 1 1 ! S :: :: :: :: :: :: 20... ? ? 1 2 3 ?? .. ,, 3 3 5 1 1 4 6 5 1 1 3 3 1 2 1 5 5 3 1 2 2 10 5 3 1 2 3 3 5 .. J.. 6 10 7 3 4 5 15 10 4 15 10 2 4 6 6 5 s 5 5 3 .. 5 10 2 2 1 5 7 8 3 2 2 5 5 2 1 5 5 5 3 5 5 3 3 1 5 2 2 2 4 Ill . .. No. 2?Ship Chandlery. 2 doz. hair Tar Brushes, long handles, per dot. 3 do do do short do do 2 do Dashing Brushes do 8 do Whitewash Brushes, No. 12, do 3 Smith's Bellows, 30 inches, per each 40 sards of Baize, irreen, per Yard 600 Comp'n Sheave Bushes, assorted, per pound 12 Silver Calls, each 12 pounds Crocus, per pound 60S do Cotton Batts, best, do 1 15 yards Hair Cloth, 24 inch, per yard 5 do do do 28 do do 5 do do do 30 do do 10 do bottle green Broadcloth do 45 do Kearuought do 2 doz. Sail Hooks |ier dozen 300 sheets Horn ..large middle per sheet 1000 lbs. Houseline, tarred per pound 1 Jack Screw, large size each 50 Haud Lead Lines, 1 inch, 30 fathom per pound 100 sides Bellows Leather per side 25 do W.O tanned Pump Leather per pound 6 Pitch Ladles iron handles each 48 Lamp Chimnics do 200 yards white *iu*lin, 36 inch lieryaru 50 yards hlack Mu?lin do 6 Log Reels, with iron spindles each 20 doz. C. S. Ship Scrapers, iron handles, polished perdnzen 60 lbs. Whipping Twine per pound 100 do Cotton Wick do 15 grace Wove Lamp Wick per groce 6 lbs. Worsted Yarn, per pound No. 3? Paiists, lie. 4 doz. Paint Brushes, (000) per dozen 2 do do do (00) do 15 lbs. Prussian Blue l?r pound 100 do Chrome Green do 6 packs Gold Leaf, extra per pack 50 lbs. Sugar of Lead, per |>ouud 50 gallons Neatsfoot Oil ptr gallon 50 do Bright Varnish do 25 do Copal do do 10 lbs. Chinese Vermillion per pound 200 do Umber do 20 gallons best Furniture Varnish per gallon No. 4? Li mber. 1000 Barrel Hoop Poles, large size per 100 500 Albaay Boards, clear each 1000 feet 4 inch dry clear White Fine Plank per M feet 1500 do 3 do do do do do do 2000 do 2X da do do do do 4000 do Box Boards do 1000 do 4 inch dry clear Ash Plank do 1000 d-I 3 do do do do 2000 do IX do do do do 3010 do IX do do do do 4000 do 1 do do do Boards do 100 do X. do Mahogany do per foot 50 do X do do do do 25 do 2 do Cherry Plank do 25 do IX do do do do 500 do X do do Boards do 50 do X do do do do 50 do X do do do do 1000 de Si Jo Birdaeye Maple do 50 do Maple Veneers, assorted do 500 do I inch dry Black Walnut Boards do 500 do X do do do do do do 200 do X do do do do do do 200 do Crotched Walnut Veneers de 500 do X '"eh Cedar Boards do No. 5? Yellow Pine 8par Timber. 3 pieces 50 fart loaf, to work 16 inches, per cubic ft 2 do 70 do do 25 do do 1 do 72 do do 22 do do 1 do 67 do do 14 do do 2 do 77 do do 12 do do 1 do 68 do do 21 do do 2 do 57 do do 16X do do 2 do 55 do do 12 do do No. 6?Stationery, kc. 9 Log Books, 4 quires each, full bound, each 40 Memorandum Books, do 24 Blank Books, 2 quires cap, half bound, do 3 doc pieces India Rubber, |?r doz 24 bottles Black Ink, pints, each 84 do do half pints, do 68 do Red Ink, do do 3 doz Ink Stands, lead, per doz 4 Hsams log raoer, per ream 30 Sheets Linen Drawing Paper, 15 medinm, 15 double elephant, per sheet IX Reams Blotting Psper, per ream 6 Parallel Rulers, 3-12 inches, 3 24 inches, each 500 slate Pencils. per 100 24 Sand Boxes, boxwood, eat h 1 Ream Buff Envelope Paper, per ream 6 Wafer Sauls, each 6 Letter Bo <ks, 3 quires each, demi full bound, do 18 Log Slaies, double, with hard wood frames, brats hinges, 125416 inches, slate, do 4 box s Water Colors, 2 rows paints, with 12, de 6 pounds Red Wafers, 3 large, 3 small size, per lb 7 dozen paper Ink Powd ra, per doz 6 Ivory Pounce Boxes, filled, each 6 Round Rulers 2 f et, hard wood, do 6 Flat do 2 do do do 12 Ounter Scales, do 12 Slates 105414 inches, hard wood frames, slate, do 3 Paper Knives, do 6 Rolling Rules, do 5 dozen pieces Silk Taste, assorted eolored, per doz 12 do Lead Pencils, " Monroe's" M and S8, do 6 Ivory Paper Feldere, each No. 7, 2500 Yards Cotton Hammock Stuff, 42 inches wide, twilled, per yard No. 2. 100 Cords Sound Oak Wood, 4 feet in leng'h, per cord JAMES H. 8UYDAM, Navy Agent, ml4toApll 68 Lourtlaudt strreL TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD. ?1000 R"".WARD-Th* Store of MESSRS. COFPlN, JJ1UUU BRADLEY k CO., No, 44 Exrhaagu Place, having boon eet on fire on Saturday night, the 18th inatant, the undertigned, a Committee of the Inauranc* Compiun-?, which had policies on the goods in said atorr, hereby offer a reward of One Thousand Dollar*, for aneh evidence aa ahall lead to the detection and conviction of the incendiary or incendiariea. New York, February 18th, 1845. LAMBERT 8 U YD AM, Preaident quitable I Ban ranee Co. JNO. BROUWER, Preaident Eaat River Mntaal Ina. Co. A. O HAZARD, Agent of the ?tna and Protection In*. Co., of Hartford, Con. ONE THOU8AND DOLLARS REWARD-We the anbacribera, offer One Thonaand Dollar*, in addition to the re ward offered by the loanrance Comwnies, aa above atated. fli lm*rc COFFIN, BRADLEY k CO. PATENT AGATE BUTTONS. THOS PROSSER, PATENTEE, T Piatt Street, New York M'OTICE ia hereby liven, that the naderainned la the Patentee 1V and Eirlnaive Owner of tn? Patent Right for th? Porcelain Button, commonly known aa "Proeeer'a Patent Agate Button." Letiera Patent have been duly granted to him by the United State*, to take effect from the nth January, 1841. I have canaed anita to be commenced in the Circuit Court of the United State* for the Southern Diatrict of New York, for the infringe ment of aaid Letter* Patent, and am prepared to enforce and aubatantiate my right* under aaid Patent, to the fulleat eg tent of the law. 1 give Dtia public notice to all, that I ah dl pro ceed forthwith, by auit for damanea, and by bill ia equity, for injunction agafnat all peraont infringing upon aaid Patent. The Button* an for rale by me at wholesale only, at my atom 7 Piatt atreat, New York. CM lm'rc THOMAS PROBBER. OFFICE OF JEFFERSON INSURANCE CO , j NEW YORK, Feb. 3, I84i. [ AT in Election held thia day for Director* of thia Institution, fa for the man lag year, the following gentlemen were elected auch Director*:? Thomaa W. Thorn*. Kliaha Rigga, Thomaa T. Woodruff, A neon Baker, B R. fiohaon, M. D., Joeeph Drake, Thomaon Price, Joaaph Allen Moses Tuck'r, Jam** E. Holmea, John R Daviaon, John P. Moore, John H. Lee, Wm, K. Thorn, Caleb C. Tunia, Thomaa Morrell, Francia P EugeneBogart, John C. Memtt, Robert Smith. At a subsequent meeting of die Board THOMAS W HORNE, Eaq., waa uuanimoualy re-elected Prraidaat. Flee GEO. T. HOPE. Secretary UAUUUREOTTPE^H GENERAL FURNISHING ESTABLISHM K N T, I KXCHANOE BUILDING, PHILADELPHIA, THH K SUBSCRIBERS beg leave to inform the DaguerreotIV 1 Artiate, that tkey have coueidarably enlarged their connec tion* thronghont the Union, the Weet Indiea, South America and Europe. They have also made arrangement* to bo anpjdied with every new article need ia the Daguerreotype Art. They hare lately received a large anpply of Vorftlaeaidar'a celebrated Camera*, cooaiatiag of thfeo different aiam, for the aal* of ehieh they are appointed Agent* Ala*, a anpply of beat "late* and Chemical*, either for Daguerreotype or CtMRm | made to their eapeciaI order. Caaeaofall araee, the beat Poliahing | An balances, and every other article need for the Daguerreotype, nonatantly on hand. 1. tr long connection with the Daguer reotype Art and their ance -aa in taking picture*, may aerve aa a -ecommendatiou and lefian.-e. Daguerreotype Artists, ky ordering article* from any paat of the above named eonntwe* mar depend apna a prompt and aatiafactory meoutioa of their ami Their price* art oaah. Pnee* Current and lafonnatioa may be obtained by flj lm**c Eichaage Building, Philadelphia. UARDWAKC rAPER?188 mama Dnnnel'a superior Hard mMl" P"'PififtX k BROOKS, M and ?T Namau at. Providence. [Correspondence ot tbe Herald.1 Providence, March 14,1846. Interesting Political Newt? Democratic Conven t tons?Nominations. Dear Bennett: It is now 3 o'clock, A. M , and 1 have just re turned from one of the most important political conventions ever holden in this State?important I mean in the result of its deliberations, which has astonished many of its own friends, and fairly thunderstruck its enemies. To be brief, I tnay as well inform you at once, that the democratic con vention which assembled in this city last evening for the nomination of a State ticket, throwing en tirely aside all other considerations, have nomina ted such a ticket solely with reference to the un conditional liberation of Gov Dorr A very pro minent and influential whig, Charles Jackson, Esq was nominated for Governor by a unanimous vote A more judicious and powerful nomination could not have been made. It carries terror into the law and order camp, and almost insures the defeat of Gov. Fenner. Whigs by scores will vote for the whig Jackson in preference to the law and order, alias Algerine democrat Fenner, and it is almost beyond a doubt that the former will be triumphant ly elected. I have written you before of some troubles in the law and order rauks, growing out of the opposite elements of which that party is composed The whigsproper are sick of James Fenner, the present Governor, and they do not hesitate to express their dislike of him even to his best friends. The Journal ot this city refuses to give him that cordial support which he has received from it for several years past. That paper has even refused to notice editorially a late law and order meeting held in this city, which was got up by Fenner's friends to heal the divisions between the whigs proper and the law and order democrats. Now the breach is made wider?the friends ot liberation have out witted Old Durham, and his fate is sealed. I have no time to write you more at present. Yours, truly, C. W. City Intelligence. Police Olllce, March 14, -A Fuis in the Pan? A Sum sed Duel?Mr Moses D H> nnques, of 34 St. Mark's Piace, made an nth davit at the Police to-day that from information be had received he believed that one Charl ? Cooper, ol Texas, now in this city , had carried a challenge from some person to his brother. Alexander Hen riques, also of St Mark's Piace, and that he believed that his brother would be induced to accept the challenge ai d Hght the challenger, and therefore ho prayed that they might be arrested and dealt with eccordiog to law. Alexander Her,riques was accordingly arrested by offi cer Milliken, and t:tld to bail by Justice Merritt, in the sum of $1000, to keep the peace, and a warrant was issu ed for the apprwhensian of Mr. Cooper. Mr. Alexander Henriques, of Vurick street, called at (he Police Office and stated that no challenge had been sent, but that a misunderstanding having arisen between the tw a Alexanders in conaequeuce of the opening ot let ters by one Alexander which were intended for another? '"ooper went to negotiate the matter between the two.? Prom the fact that Mr Cooper visited Henriques, of St. Mark's place, as the friend of Henriques. of V-irick street, this morning, the timid.ty of Mr Moses D and his fear that his brother would fight a duel, probably arose ? The similarity of names in this case has produced mis takes equal to those of tbe two Dromios, the two Smiths, the two John Joneses and the two Thompsons- a certain gentleman having been killed by assuming the latter name upon one occasion in public. Mr. Conner will undoubtedly appear voluntarily at the Police Office to-morrow and give bail to keep the peace, although he does belong to the Navy. County Couit. March 14 ?This Court met last' evening, and ad journed over to Thursdav next at 4 o'clock, in conse quence of the absence of Alderman Hasbrouck, whose daughter's funeral took place last evening. Common Plena. Before Judge UlshoefTer. March 14.?Jane Davit vs. Jthn Shepherd.?This was an action of trespass, to recover damages for forcible ejectment out ol premises situated at Avenue B The case was already tried in the Superior Court, where it ap peared the mother of the plaintiff mulcted defendant damages to the amount ol $?0, for an assault. It appeared that on the occasion referred to, defendant being anxious to get ri4 of the plaintiff, who occupied as tenant, pro ceeded to seize a bed in her room, when the mother ol de fendant seized the bed, and Shepherd (who is evidently no blood relation of his distinguished namesake, Jac Shepherd) assaulted the old woman. Action is now brought by plaintiff, the lessor, to recover for the fotci ble ejection, defendant applying the argvmentum haculi num. to test the principles of the law of landlord and ten ant. The defence put in was, thatfthe occupants indulged in certain unmentionable practices, and allowed single gentlemen to occasionally visit their dwelling. Verdict for plaintiff. $90 damages and 0 cents costs. The term of this Court has concluded. General Sessions. Before the Recorder end Aldermen Devoe and Drake. M. C. Patkrsow District Attorney. Much 14th?Trial fas False Pretencte.?The case of Camp was submitted to the jury, under the charge ol the Court. The jury retired at 13 o'clock, and remained in their room until 7 o'clock n' night, when they stated that there was no possibility of their agreeing, if they were kept to gether forever and a day. Mr. Dk Witt protested against the jury being dis aharged He said tbat he could not conceive it to be possible for a jury to disagree in a case so clear as the one under their consideration, upon the proof that had been submitted to them The Recorder did not foel warranted in keeping the arged the jury together longer, and accordingly discharged them 1 he Recorder cf a ged as strongiy as it wns possible for him to do, that the indictment under the evidence adduced on the part of the prosecution, could not legally be sus tam- d, bat the jury disregarded the court's law, and con strued it according to their own views. Srntencee.?Charles Davis, convicted of picking a pock et, plead guilty to the charge, and was sentenced to two years imprisonment in the Sta'e prison. Charles Liston, a black, indicted for a burglary, in entering the house ot Dr. Balls, and stealing some clothing, and convicted of grand larceny only, the Court sentenced him to two years and six months imprisonment at Sing 8ing. Liston denied having committed the burglary, hut confessed that he was induced and persuaded to sell the property. Joseph J Lane, convicted of grand larceny, was sentenced to two years imprisonment at Sing Sing. Trial for Keeping a Disorderly House.?Frederick Geis ler wns tried and convi ted on an indictment for keeping a disorderly house, at No 139 Cedar street Sentence sus pended till Tuesday Trial of Park Benjamin and J. W. Judd for Libel ? Park Benjamin, late editor of the Sew World, and J. W Judd one of the publishers, were called for trial upon an in dictment for libel upon James Ewcn Cooley, the well known author ol " The American in Egyrt " Cooley > work was reviewed by Gliddon, formally Consul at Egypt, and C , leeling aggrieved thereby, committed an assault and battery upon Gliddon, for which he was tried and convicted in the Court of Sessions, and Aned $0 ? The alleged libel appeared in the Sew World of the 9th of Novemner, 1844. W. H B Smith,on being called, testified that he was a printer in the New World office, on the 9th November, 1844 at which time Mr. Benjamin waa the editor. E Wincheater and J. W. Judd were thepuhliahera (Alleged libelloua article shown.) I set op that article, which was in the hand writing of Mr. Ben jamin I hung the miinn script article upon the hook. I don't know what became of it. Manuscript generally goes into the hands of the foreman, who disposes of it. Could not tell of his own knowledge whether Mr. B wns the editor of the paper at that time or not?taw him in the office, writing. The crosa examination waa unimportant. The article which ia in the words following, was then read to the jury : ? M Diamond Cut Diamond '? In the case of the State o New York vs James Ewing Cooley, for an assault and battery tipnn the peraon of Gliddon, the archoolglst, a verdict ot pA damages was rendered by the learned, up right and sagacious Judge Hence we derive the note worthy fact, that gentlemen may beat one another tor mummies, for what the Bowery boys call a V. There suit af the trial, however astiafartory it may have been to Mr. Cooley, whoae skill at knoe,king down was ac quired from long practice aa n Chatham street auctioneer, cannot be otherwite than conaolatory to Mr. Gliddon, for nothing can be clearer than that the payment at |A, enti ties him to aaaauit and batter Mr. Cooley , whenever he can oatch him in a convenient situation, to hi* heart's con tent. Mr Gliddon is also in his game of fisticuffs, enti tled to the aid of two respectable booksellers The lex lalianes not only confers this privilege .tpon him; but since the recent Solon like decision, he is likewise there unto qualified, and urged by the jure (jury 7) devino No precedent in the books of law, shows clearer than this, as the vulgate hath it?" What is aauce for the gooie, la aauce for the gander." If for the sum of flA, lawful money, Cooley may pound Gliddon, for a like " " "' Idol * - " sum, legal currency, Oliddon may pound Cooley. A most singular and excellent conclusion. A conclusion fonnded on reason, of which law ia juatly said to be the perfection?springing, moreover, from a vaneratle and well established precedent?" Whereof the memory of man*ninneth not to the contrary." " We congratulate Mr Cooley on his fellcitons escepe from the clutchps of the law. An escape, certainly, much easier than that which Mr. Gliddon had from his clutches?and less expensive withal, since Mr Gliddon could not by the expenditure of 9A in the purchase of a wig, replace the hair he loat on the memorable occasion if the assault We congratulate Mr Gliddon. because he knows precisely what It will cost him to clapperclaw Mr. Coolf y. whenever he shall be thereunto inclined " John O'Sargeant, who appeared with K. U Stonghton for the defence, here asked the prosecution to point out the portion of the article which they considered a libel upon Mr Cooley. David Graham, Esq., associated with the District Attor ney for the prosecution, said that every word in relation to Mr Cooley was a libel. At half past 4 o'clock, tha Court a<yourned till to mop orning at II s'olook. row morning i Special Seldom. Before the Recorder and two Aldermen. Much 14.? Old Inland iit fnm( Franc*.? Mr?. Mary McCauley, a tidy looking French woman, ol about 30 yean of age, who had united herself with a 'prig of Erin, and thua become poaaetied of a name ao foreign to la belle France, war placed at tha bar, in a chocolate co lored cloak and black glove*, on complaint ol Mn Mar garet Strew, a well dreaaed, goad natured looking Irish woman, who charged her with having imparted the primary leaaoni ol theb ammer school in a manner entire ly repugnant to the feelings of Mr*. 8 , ahe, being a pro minent member ol the Peace 8 ciety, and having a holy horror of eclipsed eyea and winry-noaea. Mrs. STBKwIt 'Stifled that the lady at the bar had the honor of renting her house and home from the witness, which house and home consisted ol two rooms on the first floor, and that she (the witness) was somehow possessed of the idea that the French lady was not ao virtuoua as an Indian squaw on the banks of the Mississippi, one hundred years ago, as thut cultivated and civilised elaas at that early period,held it criminal tor a man to have two wives?were perfectly conversant with the forms of mar riage, and wore pantalets with two frills round the bot tom. for fear of offending the modesty of the hunters, In dians and wild beasts of the forest? (for all of which his torical facts see Buckstone's "Green Bushes.") Witness remoustrati d with her at having her door open at a late hour at night; upon which the delendant, to us* theex press; ve words of the witness, "hit me a bat long tide o' the head," and further called her out of her name. Recorder?What have you to say to this, Mr*. McCau ley; anything7 Defendant?Ah, oui, Monsieur?Je hai un petit rela tion?vat you call de tell tale? I have no call her out of her nom?Ah, non, Monsieur, pardoner moi!?I have no commit de battare nor de salt upon her? I no strike ker at all?je suis une bon dame, an I have de geod charac ter. & votre service? Dis madsme est un grande, vat you call monteur, eh. vat you call de harp?the lyre?Mo n Dieu 1 1 no tell de lyre?I no call her out *f her nom?I no wish to have the ditftculte wid Mndame. Recorder?Do you with to proceed further against her Mrs. Strew, or will you forgive her 7 Complain art?Well, if she'll g> away from me premi es.nntl will pay me the dollar I lint her, sure wont I give her clear, and foryive her the rint 7 Recorder?Will you do that 7 Dependant- (Smiling, and looking very affectionately at the Court)?Ah, oui, Monsieur, I sal leave de maison before loug temps, certainment, but I sal no return de do 1 are? (Laughter.) Recorder?Why not 7 Dependant?(Shrugging her shoulders)?I have non dolare? Diable, I can pay no dolare?Ma foi! I have non centime?I will leave her maison, but I can no pay de dolare. (A laugh ) Recorder?Well, go away now. Dependant? (Curtseying)? Je votts ramercie, Mes sieurs?(turning round and discovering lehomme marie, \bncr Millikin, ex deputy Coroner)?Ah, Mons. Milly kin, bon jour, monchere, comment vou* portez voua, Monsieur. Ou est le Madame Milly kin? (A crowd of of ficers here collected round the lady to pay her their de voirs.) Bon jour, Mons. Lion ?Bon jour, Mons. da little bird?vat you call him 7 Martin, bon jour, Monsieur. Recorder ?We will refer the matter to you, Mr. Milli ken. and you can give your decision out doors (Roars of laughter, amidst which the parties made their exit. Retrograde Movement in Civilization ? A colored gentle man, in a rather seedy suit of grey, with an unusually luge pair of lips, resembling a full blown red camalia j iponica, answering to the name ol Henry Johnson, was placed at the bai, charged with having committed an as sault and battery upon a yellow woman, named Molly Williams. Miss W. on being requested to tell her story, testiied that Mr. Johnson bad been in the habit ol participating in the occupancy of tier bed, and partaking of her board tor a long period as man and wife?not being so refined as the Indian squaws of 1748, in the wilds of the west. A split having occurred between the parties, Johnson had been requested by the witness to go his ways in peace, and she would follow suit, to whien scriptural request, Johnson requested her to visit the gentleman in black, who occupies apartments in the cellar; and as she had not got her dunnage ready, and hesitated about going, Johnson punched her in the eye. Recorder?Well, Johnson, what have yon got to say for yourself 7 What did you beat her for 7 Prisoner-Well?well?well.?Well, she wont keep her noise; I tola her te, and she wouldn't do it; ahe kum up de alley when 1 was to work, an I wanted ner to go way, an she wouldnt. Recorder?What right had you to beat her 7 She Is not your wife 7 ? Prisoner?Well, she's just de same; it dont make no differience. (Laughter) Rp.eaRDER?Oh, no, it isn't the same. Prisoner?(Blubbering)?Well, sir, I don want no ? hin more to do wid her; I'll forgib her dis time; an if she lubs any body else better dan she does me, why let her cook him?data all. (Roars of laughter.) Recorder?We'll send you to the City Prison for one month. Prisoner?(Blubbering, and wiping his eyes with the tail of his cos'.)?Ds course oh true lub ai'ys dux run ??rooked, an I am a wictim to dat dam Cupids. Oh '. fe male, female, ynu am discover what you hab brot me to. (A shout of laughter.) Circuit Court. Judge Edrronde opens this Court on Monday. Thera ire nearly 409 cases on the civil calendar, independent of the criminal calendar, which contains some heavy cases. U. S. Circuit Court Judge Nelson will open this Court on the 7th April, and assume his duties. Marine Court. Beiore Judge Sherman. March 14.?John Gatlier vs Jacoh B. Kreemer.?This ?U an action ol assumpsit, to recover halt a j eat's rent ?>f a basement let to defendant No. S.V2 Broadway, for f>76 per year, in May, 1844 The defendant vacated on the ground that the premises were badly lighted. Verdict this torcnoon. Varieties. Tweuty seven acres of land in Ohio,yielded 382 bushels of brown Mustard Seed, weighing ft'Jj pounds to the bushel, which were sold at eight cents making fl.MB? In addition there are UN) bushels of tailings w hich will give 75 bushels at SO lbs. per bushel, worth $300-alto gether $1 988, or $73 per acte. A more profitable crop could nut be desired. The planting of rice has already commenced, being two or three weeks earlier than usual. The woods have b 'en filled with Sowers for nearly a month past, and the fruit trees generally have been in full bloom during the same period ? Charleiton Courier of ith. Rtth Williams, Esq., a distinguished member of the Rristol County Bar, and formerly Collector of the port of Dighton died at fiat place on Wednesday, aged about M Mr W has resided in Taunton for seveial years past. The Spring races over the Fashion course, Port Hudson, are riuOM to commence on the first Wednesday in May next. Young Emerson, who had been missing from Banger, Me., noticed in our paper yesterday, has been restored to his friends. The Boston papers announce the dea'h of Col. W. H. Freeman, of the U. & Marine Corps. He died at his farm in Wes borough, Mass., on Tuesday afternoon We have seen it stated in several of our exchange paper-, that Dorr is unable to work iu the prison, on ac count of his health We state, on the authority of one of the inspectors of the prison, that the report is net true.? l)oi r was at work on Friday last, and in his usual stste of aealth ?Providence Tramcript. The Kmturky Review fay ? :?"We learn that a negro woman of C. M. Clay's waa committed to jail in Lexing ton, under a chatge ol having poisoned the youngest child ot the above named gentleman Timely medical aid has placed the child, as we are informed, in a state of con valescence. Nkw York Lkoislattrk ? In the Senate on Thursday, Mr Varum presented a petition of citi zens ot New York against authorizing the corporation to fund a debt to build an alms house. Mr. Barlow, a bill to preserve ci rtain waters from the effects ol gas, tar, and the refuse ol gas houses Mr. Faulkner called up hia resolution for the adjournment of the Legislature on the 8th day of April, which, after noma debate, waa adopted in that shape. The motio: of Mr Racktia lo reconsider the vote appointing a select committee to make in vestigation into "timers concerning the Rhakera, made yesterday, was called up by Mr lackua.? This was debated by Messrs. Backus, Johnson, Sherman, Varian, and Hand. In favorpf reconsidering, and Messrs. clsrk, Beckee, Barlow, F'-lsom and Bertlett against It.? The vote giving the committee power to send for persons was reconsidered, ayes l*. noes 10, end that for referring the bill to s select committee by e vote of 11 to 10. The bill in relation to the distribution of the assets of poraona lying intestate, was read a third time and passed Ala# a bill to ?men.I the lien law, and a bill in relation to Judg. menta filed In the county clerk's office in the city of New York. Adjourned In the House, a large number of petitions were pre sented, with little variation from their usual character? if we except one presented by Mr Pardee, proposing an pntire change in the common school laws- abolishing ail existing regulations and officers, beyond those appointrd by the towns and district*- and abolishing all appropria tions to college*, academies, he., and appropriating them to common scnool purpose* Mr. Caain had leave to report the New York annual tax bill, and bv consent it had its third reading and passed. Mr. Grain bad leave niso to introduce, on previous notice, a bill "recommending a convention of thv people of this Stste in 1846," which on his motion was referred to e se lect committee, consisting ot one (rem each senate dia. trict. A communication was received from the managers of the New York Institution for the Blind, asking the use of the Assembly Ch imber on the evening of the 18th inst., for an exhibition of the proficiency of the pnpila of the institution in the u?ual branches of education, and their ?kill in mechanical trades, music, Itc.?and leave was granted.?Albany *.7rgus, March 13. Thr Wkathkr, Rivrrr, eVc. at St. Lorm?? Yesterday morning it commenced raining, and con tinued during the day, which put a atop to allbusinesson the Levee. The river at this point is nearly on a stand. The steamer Mermild, whirh arrived last evening, rrpoita that at Dnbuquo, the liver had fallen two feet, and waa falling taat. There waa three and a half leet water on the upper rapids, and falling, and four and a half on the lower, and on a stand. The Missouri river was upon a stand at Jefferson i ily on the evening of the 2d. There was a slight rain during the day, end tt was quite cold, hut cleared eff in the even ing. llf Janet Hep. March ft

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