Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 3, 1845, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 3, 1845 Page 1
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THE NEW VORK HERALD. k>. XI., Ho. 0?-WboI? Ho. MM. NEW YORK. THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 3, 1845. PrlM Two OttM E NEW YORK HERALD AiJOREOATK CIRCULATION ITHXHTY-PIVE THOUSAND. fJS GREATEST IN THE WORLD To til* Public. NKW YOKE HKKALD?Daily Newapapur?nuL '?n day ol ths mi New Year . Day and fourth fli* 1 to all par copy?or 97 M par aajrum?po. cages uh id aileaoer. WEEKLY HERALD?published ere., 8aturda> price t.% <-mu per copy, or 91 13 per ann m?poat d, earh in advance. "-HTIKKR8 ne informed that the circnlatio. if the i. over THIKTY-KIVE THOUSAND, and increasing r kaelkt Lar-rit circulation of any paper in tku city, ?it<l , ltd it, therefore, 'he hett channel for bueinett tat i My or cesmfry. Pricee moderate?cash in advance. Tl Vi, of all kind, sx seated at the moat moderate priee, he to.i elegant atyle. JAM KB OORDON BENNETT, wr vaiKToa aw thi Hkrald Establishment, Ni r'Jiweet corner of Fulton and Naaian ttreetl. rtOLIAN PIANOFORTES. N* k I LAKK haviug purchased the patrnt right for "lr,, Ah>li .n Attachirent to the Pianoforte,"Torthe .1 ad Stairs, (excepting Ma.aacliu.ei u 1 aim. uuce to ..i? th.t'hey are now pr?|jared to .apply Pianofortes ii no r. veioeni ati.chrd, or to attach the same to any " -d- hot .* rami Piaiiolortea. ]n regard to the durabili. i? inventi<m N.AC. are prepared to satisfy the moat ? i mind, their own critical examination and experi > '.tih in iu the assertion, that the " ASolian" will 11 in e in any climate, and it will not be affected by ?>. tm?eph?re. The moat aatiifadtory warrantee is finraehni. uaneut. 1 -lie are invited t ? examine the "A?olian Pianofortes" mi*. No It# Broadway, opposite the Park, where l uiid aa aasertmeat ofi, and 7 octave Piano j h in rosewood and mahogany casus. m2J Sm*rc MTEL) STATES MAIL LINE FOR BALTIMORE Tt'KDVOH IN SIX HOCUS. ADh .1.11 A W|| MINOTON AND BALTIMORE MAIL HOAD COMPANY. ' h'.iet. Wilmington, Klkton. Havrede Urace, Icc. KARA REDUCED. rd after MONDAY ?e?t, March94th, the cart will leave ML ev.mer o r levenili and Market streeu, aa follow.:? ULV, St ? P. Ill (i-xrei t Sundays) at t%% P. M. i thr arn?a! oftheSP. M. train from New York, F.1UE THREE DOLLARS The shoe- are the only lines that cenaect with those Belli",or. for the Month and Writ. WHEELING ANB PITTSBURGH. -ta through to Wheeling or Pittsburgh can be procured 1 ossi ngrra for rituburgh take the steamboat at . IU* Western Passengers having New York at 5 P.M., cam ! i*-the Lewi-a Philadelphia at 10K P.M., and arrive hi * iu 'ime for the cars leaving at T A.M. for the West, tl. wheeling, $11?Pittsburgh, fit, iruing. the c?rs hive Baltimore at ? A.M. and I P.M.I . Krsight Passcnnr Train, KAHE KIKTY CENTS, isienger t "ar will be attachrd to the Freight Train, lent DepntetJP M. Kara M cents. Passengers by this Line iivp in Bnitiu.ere at as early hour next morning. Krelght te Baltimore. 4MIODH, 113% rente per 100 Ibe. | 1 Ml KB. Ac. 1# cents lwr 100 lbs. ig-hLs race ?ed and forwarded daily (except Snudays) from ?pot. corner, filth and Market streets, and delireid in Bal at an earlier honr thee by any other line O. H. MUDOk LL, Agent. Hula. I' or any information respecting the above Lines, apply to UEU. P K1SHEK. Agent, No. 7 Wall, or 6 Weet streeta. FOR BALTIMORE. 1 1-4 O'CLOCK, A. M-FAKK $S. CITIZENS' UNION LINE. ,\KW( ABTLK A KRK.NCHTOWN RAILROAD. "1 his rente, acknowledged to be the most pleasant , ".?w Philadelphia ana Baltimore, will be open for travel on MONDAY next, March Mth The unrivalled and favorite I'eamboat ROBERT I , ? aptaia Doughes, having been pnt iu thorough or i ml r her place on this end of the Line, and the swift and d at smboat CONSTITUTION, Capt. Chaytor, on the On and alter MONDAY next. March Mth. he itaamhoat ROBERT MORRIS will leave Dock street wharf daily, (except Sunday, at M for New Castle, where passenger* will take . (kiuwu to be them,>.t comfortable iu the cenutry) for htnau, aud ilieie she the ateamboatCONSTlTUTION arriviug in tune tn (and the only hue that does) ct with the Line, iesviug Baltimore in the afternoon for n il > d is from 4 to k hoars in adrnure of any other line. Li r< save Baltimore for Philadelphia daily, except Snn t 7 o'i lock, A. M. ikf.?t sud D'u.era provided on board the Boats. Fare to < heater or Newcastle ?J cents. bare to Baltimare ..... ...... 92 (Hi WHEEDNO AND PITTSBURGH. hke s through to Wheeling and Pitubmgb can bepraenred boat J?l liti'rc O H. HUDDELL. Ageet. NEW YONK.SCHQOLEY'S MOUNTAIN. BELV1DER AND EAsrON.?Leave tl. _fooi of stree* daily, Saudsyseacrpn , A V .by H^lroad from Jer.ey C ity ^m Morris lift. t ".Tfk, j -nte by pcst-coaoliea through M'rdham. Chester, Owr I illey Scho.-l y% Mountaie, Anderson Town, Port Cai Washington, to Belodsre and Eeatun. . sis, apply to J.HB, at the Commercial Hotel, 71 Court rtr-et. t if ?r.ytvai Btrniihed at theshorleat notiae, by applying to ojuapi at Mor istowa. m4 Im'n Vf) 0M I'KOPLKH LINK STEAMBOATS FOE ^Li?FAlBA.NY-l)iilv, hut d*y? *ie*ptr<l,through mjEMminet, at ? o'clock, I*. M.?From tha f lerhe I ..a ll lit I and L>b*rty atr**ta . ?? S.ramboat KOCHKUIKH. Captain R. tj. Crut.andan, 1 Iter* ua Mouday, WndaAday, and Friday aflnoou, I ("clock I'amboat K.N 'CKKHBOKKR, Captaia A. Hoaghtoa, * ?a on T. today, Thuraday aad Saturday aftarooooa at 6 rk. i o'clock. P. M.. L-.ndiug at mfrtaadiatr piacaa :?fr? m lot of Bar lay a'raet P ? nraubiMi SOU t rl AMERICA, Captaia M. M. Trmao on .ay. Wadixaday, Friday, aadItaaday aftrraooaa, e Nt*->raboat I'OLin'BIA, Captaia Willitm H. Pack, oa ay, i uuraday anil Saturday 1 o'clk i.i.' ' !??- alv.vfc I iota w.ll am" in Albany u,.|a iimr tu laka tha laoraiug traia of Cart for tha I rat. ' e Bofcir r- nrw and aubataatial, ?rr faiaiiahad with nrw ml state r?ou<a *ad lor apaad aad aecomauadatiuaa ara ? M "B the Hudfc <a. u iilht I bra at mod*rata ratra r: peraona aia for id iraating any of tha boat* af thta liaa, 3..ut a writioa ordar from tha Captaiaa or Agrau ?r i?aa*?a* or ftatgbL, apply aa board tha boaia, or to P. C. 0> I ?. at ih* oMa* oo th* Wbatf. aire J~NKW YORK. AL1ANY_AND TKt?Y LINK. Wt go FOR ALBANY AND TROY-Diiart? ?ww>? ?53airom Ota pier at tha foot of > oaulaadl at ? * W W low prwarar* anamboot SWALLOW, 0no A II Bqairt, Tbia Knang. at do cloak. Ihurd'T, pi Id. Iltj gitj ????-?? or freight, apply oa board, or to C. CLARE, at 'I8c? oa tli* wharf. ? iirl.l i?kea oa tha Boo laaanaabla tor ma Freight aiaai ?it la eh ug* of tha Fiaaght Ageat, at tha < oaapaav will aot ?apnaibla for loaaaa al re mm rtkamkr v'ill am ?KaS? ookTt ?rlt-aiipRIVArK BALL?TTm aa/amor Vaetd, ? bo ill by Jawra M.-h h Bwa. .7 thia place id kpl mat rial', in tha ua >r af l*S?, m bow agetwd at pn t al*. nid il an diapo ai of ia bat way will ponutaiy ba ? i a I' urtday. th* iT b Air I a pablt* aaauoa. ta tb?'?r M?? a? ur a IJ, laai kwd ltl bwi #? d cb, ?t *'J ,. lorn I.nil lawaf 9 iitpli t n iaidh aad RAN I taa ia #<U? n.? Iw* hall, hat t ia*h a ia depth. aad M I aa. w aap la. . t ->, am. aopp* ad up ia Iwr d-t *a, cotywr . o Irr aad aa ( if 71 i.ra- paw (, maaalactar d b? J. r llnr. at ? ?w Ma a h rt, a ? a a . oaly mil bum aa ?a!y fowad il b r-t -at, a d toa.idar.d aa ral ?? a w bor aa that J 1 on. Pit* aapydy t. AAlNfMFO ~'H,.L*kS IITfa 0 Mmmm 'mm*, l haa?ntBS.M C I y <) K LwT)R L# A N S- P auiratihtat aad aa h IWalir Sachet?Loatasaaa aad Star Yeah Ltaa , ,'fcui.i Pack*. af Mb taaa?Tba taa aad tary aapa Cat fcbip JtMA.Nl NOA. < apiaia I'attn*. ?til aarl aa W' regular day. I..r freight at | map, havMS latawbad maaai |. r.ajiidl uehoardTat Olaaue wtm-1,leM a# WUI at , at la , W K tVTCi.iSu b i 11 m Sewtb ?t LtitittR aa gooda ratter eed aa baaad afaa Saaarday ??aa H b *7*117 Z _ ,,MI| ia Nrw Orbaat Maaata Ma'na k Wowdref. Wba r I. want ?ll naa ia ?? aadaaaa i.-IL-.a'ar I'arkn b t? LOU IS V I Li I. t aptaia Haat Il itrro I ib* NfcanMMa ?ai a%.l Idtb .wt ?l ?"* bOM Lib LK n-'L-m,.!- ruk-u ma 'fV 1 IWil-lkt w*tl kayan atjaadid. tra> rlaM yi - ' i " -??-?. ? i sH a' It i 11N, i aptaia H i. >noa, Will pnaui*aly aad aa abor* ?....a, win pnaulardy aa.l aa ?. ? >? la* ?>( a rt a.-Matid aad awpaat w ??.du aa III ??? a*r..ud tabta aad at ?? rp)iw.iaft i?o . ? a.. a? to ? 'k .O aaraia ba tha ir tba abarn n ??..?.?? . ' ???- . " ? fc-HM raiiaa oa award, lawful Wada? l^aa.aa ia diaaab K d(J?t r h i'. Mi R a a V , H m pf 00 0, >? ' " h j f' "b# aboaa will ha tattabd by *ba a?w aad baada taa l aek MM MKNHT t LAY, 1 areata Naa, aaaaal all May ltd uvEsrooc una or rut irrt-r ?ha 1MB Aa il-Tb. apdaadM hat aatlta? aad r.rkrt Ship SEA, < areata fcdwarda. aiipi ara, bar If*tar day aawra Irr a*? .. ara. a?a aayy aaprraw Id aa: fail o> aaha amly H ta liar* brn. I rtagbt aot laSS aa uar* ta or fmaa Ltaaypool, aarty tl.r ?abacnotw. Ma Ml H? AY, iaa fiaa atraat.aoruar ..f Soatb au it PASdAOV. FRCM tdALWAY. DIMIU T TO NKW VORb ?Tba aapanor. faat aaalta* B.iimb Ur.c VICTORIA, will rail Main Oalway as MW Ml I I,i. off ra aa narlltail apportaoity to jrow I for |ii*ir friauda. raaidiug ia that |an af Iralaad. rwaladiag trouble and . nwoaa of (oiac win a for iwa ara. whlah will ba at a la -dr. .la rata, mm ha ,J,. ,,rrV|. ua to lb* llat laal.. ia aida* la ba ta Lata fay Ua >?m*r . l b# latof ApiU. fre* Sde'oa. LONDON LINK OF f ACKKTS-fartri ?f th* tfViOlb A| ril.-T>* Itat aailiug F'ackn hhip TORtr s. ^WML'1'". f apuiu Tinker, will poaiuraly nail aa abora, fhe? rfmnooidt'ion for cabin, aaeoad eabia. and ttaarnpa pwa , . .v^yry aapanor. KaUy ai^licniioa abjm^b. mad. 71 South at. cor Maidaa iaaa PACKKTS FOR HA VRK?Stwoad Lraa -Tha ?hip UTICA, F. Hawitt, Maatar, will aail aa tha lat if May. BOYD kM\cK&ML0 UNION COURSE, LONG ISLAND. rPHE LATE PROPRIETORS of the BEACON COURSE * forTrottiug, re.p-ctlully infirm the Public, who have so liberally patronised ih in for the last four seasous on lbs Beacon Course, that they, together wi'h Hiram Woodruff, hare taken the Union Cour?e for the coming se-snn for all purposes except racing. Duriug the. season liberal Purse* will be offered for rule Trotting, Hurdle Racing and Foot Racing, The following Trotting Stakes and Purse is offered, to some off the last week in April ;? Stake No. 1?Free for horses neyer trotted for s Paras, mile heats, best 3 in 5, under the saddle. Hub. 1100, H F. Stake No. 2?tree for horses neyer trotted lor a Purse Two Mile heats in harness. Sub. $100, H. F. Stake No. 3?Free for horses neyer won a Parse, oyer $60, Two Mile beats, under th- Saddle Sub. $100, H. F. Stake No. 4?Same as No. 3, in harness. Slake No. 5?Two Mile heats und-r 'he saddle, free for horses never won a Purse over $100 Sub. $100, H F. Purse $260, Two Mile heats in harness, free for all Trotting horses. Entries for the Staves and Purse to b* made on or before Tuesday", April the Ith, at Green's It Loaeaa, No. Ill Chatham " P. f " ? street, by 9 P. M., three or more in each to make a race. i3ti llt*ec CENTREVILLE COURSE, TROTTING. A PURSE OF FIFTY DOLLARS will be given Mile heats, best 3 in 5, under the saddle. Free for horses that never won a purse oyer $60. To come off over the abeve Coarse on Monday, April 7ih, at 2 o'clock, P. M. To close Thursday, April 3d, by 9 o'clock, P. M . at Jones'Becond Ward Hotel; 3 or mure to make a race. The Track has been scraped and rolled, and is in excellent order JOEL CONKL1N, Proprietor. al St*je RED HOUSE PLEASURE GROUNDS. "C'OOT RACE?To come off on Wednesday next; free for all A men that never tun ten miles within the hour in public. ?TEN MILE RACE, to he divided in three Prizes, 1st, 2d, and 3d man. Entries to be made on or befere the 6th of April, at the Red Hoose, or Second Ward Hotel. a2 2t*rc 9 hartwell s WASHINGTON HOUSE, J$93 Cbeatnut Street, ABOVE SEVENTH STREET, NEXT TO THE MASONIC HALL, AT lm*m PHILADELPHIA. CARPETING. 454 Pearl Street. r~PHE Subscribers have last opened the large and spacious 1 CARPET WARE ROOMS, No. 464 Pearl street.Tormer ly occupied by Smith, Hewitt It Co., and are now leady to of fer the public an entire new stork of Cnrpeting, bought express ly for die spring trade, some of which are exceedingly rich, of new designs anacolcrs. Among them my be found? 26 NEW SETTS K1DM1NSTER BRUSSELS, F.ntiraly New. II PS. KIDMINSTER THREE PLY, Rich Shading. SUPERFINE FINE AND COMMON INGRAIN CARPETING. Of every variety end description. Rugs, Druggets. Table and Piano Covers; Worsted, Tufted and Jute Mats; Oil Cloths, very heavy and in great varieties, from 2 to 24 feet wid?j together with all other articles usually found in the trade. The public are requested to call and exam ina ?$????? I our stock before purchasing. TETERSON It HUMPHREY, mN Xm'm 464 Pearl street. "TO CARPET MANUFACTURERS, <fcc T EAD WIRE, of various sixes, suitable for weaver's A-4 weights, constantly on hand, or made to order,and for sale, by TA'l HAM It BROTHERS. mh}1 liakrrc 249 Water street. JET AND HORN BUTTONS, AF all sixes?Bugles, Beads; Hair, Shawl and Breast Piux, G Bracelets, Bead Bags, Hair Ornaments, fcc. Dtguerrrotypa. Plates and Instruments, French China Vasea. Also,.Plain While China. For sale by EDWARD HEN, Importer, mh20 lte* m II and 20 Liberty street. COLORED PAPER AND FANCY PAPER BOXES. I DAUKH kBODEN respectfully inform their friends and the ? public. tNt they eoutinur to manniaeture Colored Paper and Fancy Paper Botes, in all varieties, at the old stand sf the | lata firm of Blanc It Boden, 74 Fulton comer of Gold street fie is falls determined to manufacture a superior article, and to pat the prices to as to satisfy his customers. Orders will be all* l punctually attended to. N. B.?A food assortment of Colored tapers and Fancy Papa Botes always on hand ja30 2m* re DALLY'S TOBACCO MANUFACTORY, HI Riser St. Troy. THI Subscriber avails himself of this method of communi & eating to the public the fact that he is now manufacturing tins cat and smoking Tobacco and Sana, at WS River street, froy, nest door to the Fulton market. Tobacco?The celebrated Fancy Virginia. This Tobacco took the premium at the late Fair. Krtra Chewing Tobacco, ?weet Virginia; American Smoking Tobacco, manufactured from the leaf; Spanish do, Turkish do. Bsurss?Hoar seeuted, No. 1; Maccaboy, American tieatle man. Lundyfoot, French Kapee, and liish Blackguard. The above articles are ail warranted to be made of the finest qualities of leaf tobacco, and by the most experienced work Orders directed as above will meet with prompt atteution? the same pains taken as if they were personally present. !T7~ E. Savage, XM Fulton street, and A. A. Samtvnos, Broadway, Agruts for the city of New York. Troy, Jan. II, IMS. ml lro*ec GENUINE INPORTED HAVANA SEGARS. 'PHE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale at wholesale and retail 1 the following choice biauds of flegars; in point of equality there is noee superior in this city Ugnez Regalias. Yngenindid, do I'anetelss, India, do Small sixes, Palms Celebrada. Us Fragsncia, Csoones, (for the Southern Norms, market.) Veens Panetelss, (of various brands.) Cijiess^(tsitab)s for London J^eg^ijps. do do Fsirrlls, do Esperanza. Not legs, (of superior quality.) ftfanreis, citxru., and the trade generally, would do well in railing aad tiamiaiiig this splendid stoek of Hegars previous to purchasing elarohere, as all tha above Began are genuine i mia<ned Havenes,and conuin nothing but Tobacco of the first and beat quality. D. M. HKNKIQUES, mil Im rre SI Willum street. TH*. WHOLESALE SEGAR EMPORIUM. K SI BM KIBr.KS offar for ssls a large assortment of 8e gara, mads of beat selected Havana Tobacco, and ha ring beau snanafaetuied ail months, an sow in fine order, and can be enld n l?r coat lower than the same qtfclity of Imported Aware Havana IUaalias in Otha aad lOtlis, Caxadorns, WuImmim U Normas, En(>eranxa, La India. La Hanompt Jnsia Sans Principses, PanetAi. he. kc roserlvr with a large assortment of Itniutioa Segara of every ,?'"H and price, for sale m lou to snit purchasers by mbll Im-ee KENNETH k LAVEKTY, 7? Wall St. F A B E K SEGAR FACTORY T1 Division Street, NEW YORK. igest rs<?jejn m Be m torr. ??5 olfw'hieh elarge stock is now on hsnd, will be id l?d In nay lltvans Megars of corresponding style and Imperial Regalia, Tiaburas, Common Size, ranetei ( asndor . London Sizn, < anones, Principe, All btited in the Havana style. . se-tled the Son Of I' Sea her fibers ttare ee'tled the $oa of their Senior in Hsra th- eat fees partner of selecting Tobacco for their Facto ry as ales tw the of selecting Hegars suitable for thin HFtTv h*?e ins en hand, for tale, t large stock of Havana So . us. Sent led In detent* re, of the following brands:? lm ledia, Woodville, La Cabaaa, Nwredk i ragraaiia, La Norma, tie vwa, t a rev, Eaperanxa. Lord B**ea, Upmau, Riondo, he*. Inptun, Minerva, La Kama, I ? talma. V irturta, Columbia,! 5oRn h. rabeK1 SRSft*** Ne. I New etrret, eorner of Wall. SALT and fish store. dftfl Salmon. Ne. I, I aad S. MlkHi MarfU. MS b%k Nss^ t je aooMiasksatl. Mt half da in dodo naif Mm* Ne I Any brent Shad _ B|? B and ?*ajs so* do N.. I < ttb dHerrioas Patch X! mm in* km. si 4 S I man VCbInS do MS do Sounds aad I MM tW <m CodFtah, sattaMa for snipping m sasAs Aaktos'a Mots M half sod M onarters mans Masknrr' ?2 bagm ftqky Md harm is Aaimoa Isrollialiu m su-1 pntciisserv bp ssM lmi*oa Nr.LwiN W ELL* k CO. II Oey M. 4>rp.?n np vut Kmohsk WsacssTta R R. Co. TV STO< KHULDKRU I Isikws < oaumar are m em as be held et Ike emes sf the needs? the kh .lay of April i dssatsoa Ike aeceptaare of as set of ilm ( ammsuwaaftj Jf is satkerioe the Norwich k Woicsatsr Hail m the Stock <>f the Wer mod Ismaeay t J t sheen be to tk* Capital l_ _ retmr k Nash#. Railroad < * . sad also to act on any ?PST1 -^,k- '?"/?IV'.'fi.'eTCT'r?. al dt rg HEKACHINU POWDER 1 fill f'AOKS Betd's snperuif Bleach in* Powder, for tale by AVAJ rr.Rjtsr n BRt.OKS, Neo M aad <7 Nmus street. INSTRUCTION ON THE PIANO. MIN WRIGHT, Trotmur ?f Maeir, hi* friend* ^1- and thr peblte la general. thai br ha* mad* arrangements for giviug unlruiii.ius . . If"- 1'ian.. p..rte II.> .i> I* ?f parting instruction i* perf.etly simple aad ?eay, and i* not sur passed, if equalled, by aav other atylr at present taught, c*n biumg all lit* ?rac* and eiagoec* of ssaruuua rspsbtr of being imparted on that iualraiiHait. It* ha* already to toed oat *#*?ral vary proficient tchoUre, and th# public will b* satisfied a* to his abilities, on giving luut a -,;*l lit* term* arc re.unliable, and we advise ell those lat ana WF an tiff an inoa* in want of a teacher to eabrore tin op portunity now ulfrrad. Trrtn*. and all ut?-#r laformatioa. aiaa* known on application at 1T1 Or aad, cornet of Mulbarry street, mhis lm*rrc ^^^^?lafayette bazaar. 140 ?nd 151 Broadwajr, earner of Libert* it. THIS ESTABLISHMENT, foamled tha at of December. A HO, as * public store for the aale of etarv drccripti -a of Staple and Fancy (iood*, will be eu'argrd the lac of May aril. The aubacriber luring rrab-d thr ap|?r part of th- bt. ildua, 'il Broadway, will put in coiuulei# rriuir and St M ficeut manner, two large galleries, where thr tn __ U turers and importer*, will brftblr to obtain *1 * c heap prat, a hue Broadway, will put in coiuulria repair aad bt isp in a magni ficent raannrr, two largcgalfariaa, what* thr tradrra, annul st and convenient store; and thr Indira and graitrmra a splendid placr of reaort and a i-nblie and fuhiuna' lr iwomenada. MRS H SHA.NKf.AND, Dagu-r.iau Artist, baa already rrntrd thr front part of the two galleries aa a Danurrrrorype Ha loou, whrrr aha will continue aa bafor*. to girr Uw moat twrh-ct likeneaafor ONE DOLIf K. including pie boat kind of Morocco Case at Frame (i_y Several Counters to lat, with glaa* case*?enquire ig ll.a U.naar T. A ARTAULT. mhl7 lm*m DAGUERREOTYPE. TOHN ROACH, <>pticiau, 82 Nassau *trart. Naw York. ? J constantly manufacturing, and ha* alwsy son hand, ill ar ticlra of tha brat tiuality natal in the Data* rraotvi* pioceo#.? Hi* Triple Compound of Bromine is a superior preparation, and ia now in general uar. Ho haa alao on hand the Hungarian or Herman Accelerawng Liquor. lUli Carm-rasof his own mann facta re as well ae French and Ger m&n oura. Tho Herman Camera* sold at this establishment will he warranted genuine. Orders from the couu'ry for any article* need in th* art will be promptly and carefully attended to. mg Im'rrc DLUMBE DAOUF.KK1AN GALLERY AND PHOTO A GRAPHIC DEPOT, 251 Broadway, corner of Murray at (over Tenuey's Jewelry Store,) awarded the Mrdal, four first Premiums, and two ' highait honors," at tha Kihibilion at Bos ton, New Yoik and Philadelphia, rrepectirely, for the beet pic tnrrs and apparatus ever exhibited. Superb likeneesee, of all sizes, taken in any weather, on satis factory term*. m!7 lm*rc LADlRta' AND FAMILIES' DAGUERREOTYPE INSTITUTE, MRS H. SHANKLAND, DAGUERR1AN ARTIST. DAGUERREOTYPE POKTRAIT8, including tha boat style of Morocco Case or Frame, for ONE DOLLAR. Apply at the Lafayette Bazaar, 149 Broadway, or ?35 BROADWAY, THIRD STORY, FRONT ROOM, No. 1?opposite the Park Fountain. mh!7 lm*m A PORTRAIT FOR ONE DOLLAR. PRICES REDUCED ! PHOTOGRAPHIC LIKENESS, combining all the perfee L tions of a painting, with the truthfulness of a Daguerreo type, at very reduced prices, by A. F. Thompson, No. U Park Row, opposite the Astnr House. Operations in all weather. Instructions in the Art and erery requisite for the prosecution of the business furnished. m7 lm*ec ARCHITECTURE. TjtRED. SCHMIDT begs leave to inform hie friends and th* A public, that ho has removed his office from 193 Broad* ay to 13 Wall street, where person* desirous of building are iuvited to ezamine a selection of original aad tasteful designs, from the Cottagumwards to the extensive Villa or Mansion, in all the various uWles of architecture; and where he is prepared u> lur msh Plans, Drawings, Specifications, Estimates and Contracts for Buildiuga of every deaciiption,and superintends the erection hereof m23 lm*ec BOARDING. MRS. O. FISH, 136, 137 and 139 Broadttay, NEW YORK. The Public and SmaNOEns visiting thecitv, are regpectfjil ly informed that the above premises have been fitted np in a su perior manner, for the entertainment of Permanent and Transient Boarders. The location is pleasant and central to business?tho apart ments spacious, light and airy, and hand*om-ly furnished throughout with new furniture, beds, bedding, tic. The table will be abundantly supplied with the best the market affotds. Transient Board $1 par Day. m26 lm*rc SARACEN'S HEAD. No. 19 Day street, (adjoining the Franklin Hotel.) fOBKPH SMITH, la'e of Worcester, England, begs' leave J most raspecifally to inform his friends i , and the public, that he has leased the above establishment, and fitted it up in a style second to noi e. He his also taken care to provide the creature comforts for the inward inaa. At II o'clock there will always be a sandwich ready, and at l fol lot any time during the day the following articles will be prepared and served up in a style suitable to the palate of the moat fasti dious epicure:? Beef Steaks?'Mutton Chops?Veal Cntlete?Broiled Ham and Eggs?h riztled Baceu?Welsh Karrbits?Poached Eggs? Sardines?CrId Cuts?Cream Chtese. J. ?. will at all limes keep on hand the ekoiceat Wince and will be served ou such terms and prices as will square with the times. rahS 4w eow'ec NEW YORK HOTEL, 791 Broadway, New York City. t"PH IS new and splendid establishment opened on the 1st of 1 December last, situated in the most fashionable quarter of the city, is now in full operation. '1 he entire front on Broad way, between Washington and Waverley Places, has been ar ranged in suits ofaparuneuu, and luroishedin the most tasteful and elegant manner lor the accommodation of families and sin gle gentlemen, and no peins will be spared to render the moet perfect satisfaction lo all who may favor the house with their patronage. It will be conducted on the European end Ameri can systems combined, leaving it optional with persons to teke meals st Table d'Hom, in private parlors, or a lu carte, as may suit their convenience The location of the house, the great number of large and beautiful parlors, the spacious and airy halls, reader it a most desirable residence for those visiting the city either on business or p'easure. J. H. BlLLlNGij, Proprietor. mSlm*m B. MONNOT, Restaurateur. HOBE'S PATENT EXTENSION DINING TABLES, WITH METALLIC SLIDER long known as the most durable, convenient end elegant of Eiteusion Tables mauu lac tit red: warranted to run easy constantly, and not to be affected by dampness or warping of the wood. A large assort ment of choice patterns, suited for private parlors, hotels,steam boats, lie., together with a general assortment of Cabinet Fur niture, always ou hand, et the Waierooma, NuMO Grand street, comer of Kim, where the public is respectfully invited to call and examine. mrl Im'rc H. E. WILLARD, AUCTION GENERAL AGENCY AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. Office No. 116 Nassau street, first floor, New York. E. W. WILL ATTEND to sale* of Household Furniture ' and Merchandise, of all kinds, personally attended to at the residence* or stores of persons relinquishing housekeeping or business. Cash Advances made on Furniture and Merchan dise of every description consigned for sale Sales settled in all cases as soon as the goods are sold and delivered Manufac turers and traders can always have accommodation advancee on goods for private sale. m9 loWcc H. AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF BRONZE POWDERS. 'pHK subscriber has beau appointed Wholesale Agent for a I house in Europe, who possess the most extraordinary facili ties for the manufacture nf Bronze Powders, by which they are enabled to offer the most beautiful and spletdid Bronzes at iO per cent lower than former prices, and to defy all competition in this article. Their Bronzes have been used by the largest > onsumrrs in this country for upwards of two years, who can cur in recommending them as superior to any other for brillian cy and durability. The subscriber has made arrangements ta have a large assortment al w^y? on hand, and is prepared to sup ply importers and dealers with the article, in any quantity, at the tnanniactnrer's prices, thus saving them the trouble and ex pense of importation. J. R AICKETT. Wholesale Agent, m23 lm*ec [late Kozelt A Co.] 91 Water street. BRONZE POWDERS rPHE very best and cheapest Br mie, in all shades and quali 1 ties, are constantly imported direct from Germany, and of fered for sale by LEOPOLD KUH A Co. mh2l lm*re 6% Wall street, New York. ANTED AT NEW FORK TATTERUALLB?New and second hand vehicles of every description and value, on which liberal advancee will be made if required. Carriage Bnilders and gentlemen breaking up their Hiding w Establishments are respectfully solicited to send their vehicles, sle or store Sic. to this place for sale or storage. Public sales of Carrisges, Harness, Saddlery, Horses, Ac., every Monday, commencing at 11 o'clock. The rules governing tne sals of Horses at this astablishment been thoroughly revised, and the proprietor t have been thoroughly revised, and the proprietor ventures to as sert, that any person who will examine the rules, sad attend one or more of tne public sales^ as at present conducted, will de cide that the chances of latr treatment are greater at this, than at any other establishment, public or private, in the city. N.I.?Every horse sold at public sale at this, establishment, must correspond to the letter, with the description given, or the money will be returned to the purchaser forthwith. No Horse of a less value than twenty-five dollars will, in any ifferrd at this establishment, sseept by virtus of na ex cuse. be o?, ? ??... tcutiou, or to close au retate. GEO. W. MILLER, Proprietor, m| lm*rre 449 Broadway. PORTER, ALE AND CIDER. JOHN J. STAFF'S BOTTLING ESTABLISHMENT, NTO. 1 ANN STREET, next deor to the American Museum, Lv retorn- his sincere thanks to his friends and the pubjie generally, for the very liberal share of patronage already receiv ed, and hopes by strict attention to business to merit a continu Stout, FIRST QUALITY? Philadelphia Porter, Newark Cider, Creton Ale, Loudon Brown I and Scotch Ale-' Orders for shipping attended to wtth deepateh mhBsc U7ATCHRS -watches and JEWELRY .-Those * v who wish to purchase Gold or Silver Watches, Gold Chains, Gold Pencils. Keys, Ac., will find it greatly to their tags to call on the subscriber, who is selling all descrip of tne above at retail mnch lower than any other house in advuui tioua ol theeity. Gold Watches as low as gSO and each. Watches md Jewelry exchanged or bought. All Watches war -inted to keep good time ot ih, nun ; refimded. Watches ad Jewelry repaired in 'lie beti iinner and warranted t much less than the usual prices. 4J C. ALLEN, Importer of Watches amd Jewelry, m4 lm*m Wholesale and retail, 10 Wall St., up stairs. qUGAR J3 hhdt. prime New Orleans, landing from ship *3 ArchrUus, from New Orleans, forssle by nU E. K. COLLINS A CO. 56 mtt K. K. COLLINS A CO. 56 South st. Alto, the Furniture' f a'amily removed for convenience of tale?superb Fr nch mirror, t fine piano forte,'drettiug bureaus, sofas, chairs, Ac. GROCERIES?At 11 !? o'clock, the balance stock of s gro c r, comrnsiug a genual araortment of articles in the line? choice uiuei f a. sv wirs, spices, tobaceo, Ao. Ac. Also, bv ord?r v !.,e oi-:?hal.A sofas, 59 chairs, 9 looking glasses, u counting house dtsha. Ac. OfcCOND HAND CLOTHING AND FURNITURE WANTED?And the highest pnee given for all kinds of cast off Clothing and good second hand Furniture. Persons wishing to dispose of the tame, will do well to call on the sub scriber, or address aline through the Post Office, which will be punctually attended to. B.LEVY, 49X Chatham street, N. Y. N. B.?( onstantly on hand, a seasonable assortment of gen tlemen Hi C lothiag, cheep for cash. m99 lm*rc Circuit Court. Before Judge Edmonds. Aiiil t?TYiei of Polly Boditu? Twelfth Day.?The Court *?t at 10 o'clock, and was a* usual crowded to ex com; the greater portion of the spectator* was composed of females The question a* to the admissibility in evidence of oer tsia declarations made by the prisoner to Mr. Coddiufton ami Alderman Vsr.dervoort, alter herarreat, was argued ?h- o inleg of'he Court. '.h VVnmi ?n inied that inasmuch is the prisoner had goun voluntarily to prison, and the declarations made y It. r were also voluntary, and therefore the declarations could not tv- consider* J a priviliged communication, is they were not extorted through fear. Mr. Oasis am rose to reply. Cot'at.- I have examined this question at great length Mr.t.r'him a.>d you need not reply. The question hare is, wh- hi r those declarations were made through fear. Now. this is not the only question, lor we should also inquire whether each decimations were true. The chief obiert is to arrive at the truth. His Honor after citing audio ity in snppsrt of his position, went en to say, the question was as to what was.the state of tha prisoner's mind at'he tima of these declarations. It appeared the coiiveraetion in which these declaration! ware made, t ok place iia a Sunday afternoon. To trace bar hack,, we fl id t it on Friday night,aha was driven trom her lather's tiouso when in a state ol pregnancy, from the represen tations msde to her family, as to hor being concerned ic the minder. She must have wandered about all that n.gk' on S aten Island, and hur suffering must have been injit severe On Sattir. ay night, we ftnd her taking tea in a r.'Mi-e ot refreshment in this city, alter which she war.t to tvt-d and then we And her driven out of bed by iha information she received, namely, that there were othcer? in tha u? igbborhood. That sight aha wandera, and on the Sunday morning following, her arrest takea place on her coming out of n church. Now, it la evidust, that from all these cireumstwaeoa, aha ha* undergone du istaoeee, she ha* undergone i ring theae lorty-eight hourlythe deepest affliction. With tliis etata of feeling she meota .sir. Goddlog'.on, who made the arrest, and off-red to protect hor, provided aha re turned to bar lamily on tha island In this state of mind, ?bo replies to Mr Coddington in the deepest agony," I hive no friends-they were the first to accuse me." We n- xt And her taken before an officer of Justice, Alderman Vandeivoort, and then directly taken to tha Tombs, where sbe was subjected to tha still harder degradations of bring stripped by the mdu hands of men, which was .Imply aggravating when tha circumstances ef her preg n mcy are taken into consideration. Now, was her mind so balanced and calm, as that she could give a truo decla ration at this time?was sbe in inch a condition as to give a trun and candid declaration under such circumstances? In the first plaeo she was operated upon by the promises made to her by Mr. Coddington He was there at the time of tha aearch Under the influence of these promises, aha makes theM declarations?and here, 1st me remark, it wm the duty of the Alderman to cautton her againat ma king any declarations that might involve her?he ought to have gone farther, and cautioned her not to nac any expraaaion. It is further to bo considered particularly, whether auch expressions may not be an untrue state ment. After citing a case from Jay on Confessions, p. 85, hia Honor ruled out the testimony; first, on the ground that ahe made theae declarations under tha promise of protection from Mr. Coddington; and next, that being in cuatodv of an officer, she hade fight to auppose he had authority, and ha ought to have cautioned her that any thing ahe said would b? uaed against her. Mr. VstsnaavooaT was here placed c i placed on tho stand by Mr. Whitixo, and questioned as to the exact circumstances under which tho declaration! wt re made, with a view t> a-certain whether the prosecution could introduce such as testimony, The Covot directed the Jurynot to pay any attention tu the examination. Tha witness said sbe looked very muoh exhausted snd worn ont; and while in the boat, going to Staten Island, he said to her " you had quite a long walk com ing to the boat yesterday morning." The Coubt ruled out the declarations of the prisoner, on the grounds already stated, when the prosecution rested?after which The Dcrsxcx wu gone into. 9Mr. Die Witt opined the case. In his opening remaiks he dwelt upon the deep responsibility that rested on him self and bis associate, Mr. Uraham, in tho present case, as upon no former occasion were they ever placed under such a deep responsibility. This is a question of the utmost importance, relating to the lowest degrees of crime?involving the most serious (responsibility.? The duties that devolved on the Court and Counsel wss, however, comparatively easy to discharge?when com pared with that of the jury, on whom the chief responsi hility rested. The prisoner stood before them under cir cumstances of unpaialleled mi? f;ituno There ware ques tions, which, apart from the issue be forr the jury, reud-ir ed her caaa more deeply e dieting than that which ever before any unfortunate lemale was subjeeted to. If it was a aimple case of murder, it would not have excited so dnep a feeling at bitter animosity in the minds of a certain portion of society?who gloat upon what they most offset to detest. That is tho fact of the unfortunate prisoner, having giving birth to an illegitimate ehild. That por ti in of the community, can lorgive a man?no matter how he might err?no matter to what extant ha may vio late tha laws of the marriage bed?but whan thev find one of their own sex made the victim, lowered in the scale of erring humanity, they would then crush her. It wee this teell'-.g that created snrh a prejudice in the pub lic mind, for more than*the peculiar charac'er of the mur der, and hence the extreme difficulty with which they w ere able to select a jury. " Every fault a tear mar claim, Except an erring lister's shame. It was this that operated snore against the unfortunate woman who was now on trial of lUe and death, more than in all other cases that ever yet came before a Court of Jus tice, and combined more to condemn her in advance. Man may thus err?no mat or to what extent, and stiil he can tr> tl rough society; but when an unfortunate woman, though made a victim to hi* artifices, errs, she ia to be sacrificed. Mrs. Bodine's history, it wes his duty to meko Known. She belonged to the most respectable family on rv.aten Inland-she marriad at a very early age?her hus band became dissipated, and the consequence was a sepa ration. Some timo after she came to the city of New York and engaged in the millinery business?site also for tome time kepi a school. Her husband aome few years since married another iemaie, for which he was convicted of the crime of bigamy, and was aent therefor to the State Pri son, where he died somo years since. During her painful time, her son Albert eame to Waite's store, where no was engaged at clerk, and her natural place of resort, when she came to New York, was Waite's store, where her son was. A feeling of the purest love, emphatically the purest love, sprung up between her and Waite ; and this illegitimate child wn? the natural result. They loved each other, and her affections wete so pure at this time, that not even hor mother, her sistera, or any of her daugh ters, are aware she was pregnant When we consider iicr melancholy 'situation?the dreadful prejudice* that have been heaped upon her? her long and intense suffer ing-the degradation she has been subjected to; here sen; one in her situation being stripped naked to the skin at a police office? the public prejudice that has been arou sed against her?the pictures thst have been published? the statue that has been exhibited, pretending to repre sent her, in the Museum?all theae tending to create a prejudice in the public mind, and poisoning tho channels of public justice, the unfortunate woman has had many barrasaing difficulties to contend with in getting a fair trial. There were in the court-room but too many evi dan:ea of tha keen feeling that existed In the minds cf a certain portion ot tho community. [Tho court-room was crowded to excess with laditw] Mr. De W. titer further oommenting on tho prejudices : hat have been awakened in the minds of tho sex against the prisoner, and dealing out aome broad hits at the ladies present on ftie subject, made a sharp attack upon the re porters who went to Staten Island, who contributed by (heir exaggerated statements to arouse the prejudice* that had been awakened in the public mind against prisoner, and went on to detail the line ot defence whieh they intend i d to adopt, namely, to show that the prisoner was not on the Island during the time of the burning of the honsr.but had come to this city, in order to conceal from her fsmti) tha circumstances of her pregnancy FThat the testimony in relation to this murder w.ia purely cirrnmi antial, un d?r which tha jury could not ceavicf He then went on to impugn the testimony ot some of tho witnes-eo for the prosecution, and prononnced a withering philliptc npsn tha Jew pawnbrokers of this city, who*- stores were mostly r-oeptscle* lor stolen property, the little ramnaat of dress belonging to the widow and orphan-their oaths, he continued, ought not to be rslle 1 on in oases whore tue taking away of the life of ? Christian was ooncerned After dwelling further on the oircumetence of the prisoner1* pregnancy?her anxiety to can cast the matter from her family?her deeertion by her friends ?her utter destitution?her almost insane frame of tnlod in auoh trying clroumstaaees, Mr. Da Witt went on to say, that aince tkn prisoner's aires' nothing bad escaped her lips but the language of love end a (foot Ion for the deaeased, who*# death ana lamented and continued to lament. If there remained any particle of doubt, tho prisoner wee entitled to tho foil benefit of that doubt, for it wee a settled principle In law. that it ware better that'nlnety-nin* guilty persons should escape than one innocent person should sufbr. They would be able to ahow that, on tho Monday on which tha murdar is said to have been committed, a man and n woman were actu ally in the House. As to the motive that was attributed for the oommitting of the murder, the defence would be able to show that the sum of $1,000, which It was said was in the house at the time oi the murder, wes actually delivered for safe custody to old Mrs. Hoavemen, by Mr George Houseman, previous to his departure for Vir S'nia, in the actual presence of Mr*. Bodice; and also at Mrs Bodine, on that occasion, made the remerk, " George should have a wheel-barrow to convey bis mo ney." The motive of avarice, therefore, thst was attri buted, founded upon the belief that $1,000 wete in the house, and the alleged deeir* of tho prisoner to get that sum ot money, fell completely to th* ground, and when they could show thst the prisoner entertained feelings oi warm affection for the deceased and her babv ; In the ab sence of motive, there was no fiend in human shape could be guilty of such a deep and aggravated crime as that attributed to hi* client. Circumstantial testimo ny should be scrutinised with the most jesleus and rigid severity, and should he always received with suspicion. When tha cup of Joseph wes in the sack of Benjamin, circumstauces were agaiust hint, and yet he was innocent. An impenetrable mystery hung around this murder, and there remained a chasm which could not he supplied-the actual perpetrator, therefore, could net be known until that day, when all the deed* of darkness would tome to light. The prisoner wept froquantlly and bitterly during the delivery oi the address ; and particularly on the allusion to her pregnancy. She appeared to feel her situation deeply. The evidence for the defence here commenced. Mrs Caromisr Van N?mi, examined by Mr. Graham.? I am sinter to the pri'ouer ; her age I don't recollect : she was married at It year* of aga ; her husband :-nd herself lived together ubout two years ; she bed two c iildren ; ibe ken resided with my lather since 1 my tether since her hus Mnd left ; my brother George also resided there until he iv as mart ltd ; she ustd to go mostly every Saturday to i ue her ion ; 1 sew her before she came to the city ; she i U'pt on Friday night with Emiline before she cemt* to New York ; 1 remember the time ot the fire ; I saw htr t ite day she was going to New York i she had charge ot the house work ; she di I the cooking ; I did not see any boskets with her before she went to the city ; I remem ber on the Saturday night before she went out to Mia. Houseman'*, she had a shawl on over her head, and a calico dress on ; she left lor Mrs. Houseman's ; 1 nest raw her on Sunday morning, when 1 came dowu to hreak 1 ist ; wn eat very early on Sunday mornings, and some ' imes had a candle ; she had the ume clothes on on Sun day morning which she had on on Saturday evening; she nlways filled outj the breakfast ; only the family were present: she served out the breakfast that morning and appeared as *!,e usually wa*, always very cheer ful ; I think shat cleared away the breakfast table. ii she was accustomed to do ; I think my ch'ldren were dressed byl her on that morning ; I suw her give nuts to the children, but I can't say at w hat time of the day; she sat in the room with her lace fronting the fire stove; the lead that morning; I can't re uollect kow long; my attention was diree'ed to the house of my brother on Sunday morning; I saw Emetine sweeping off the stoop bet ween eight and nine o'clock; 1 was warming my fast at the time by the stove; I saw h>-r close to the back door on the back stoop; I saw her plain enough to see it was her; I mentioned this fact at the Coroner's Jury; I was there two or three times; I was then examined two or three times, and I mentioned the circuratance; I found Mrs. Bodine again in our houae about three or flour o'clock an Sunday; she went out again about sundown to go and stay with Emetine: aha badon a calico dreaa, and threw it loosely over her need; she returned very soon, tad said she went to the door and found it closed; she said "she wondered where Eveline was;" she sat a little time, and then went out again; my mother said " If Emeline would come over (or Mrs. Bodine, she could go;" my mother, I believe, said - it was likely Emeline had gone to Mrs Rorkei there was nothing remarkable about Mrs. Bodine that evening; I went to bed be tween eight and nine o'olock ; Mrs. Bodine was thera during the evening; she did not go out that evening ?1 am certain she did not go out that evening; my father, mother,and my two children were present; I don't re member that Mrs. Bodine prepared any thing for me on that evening; I don't recollect any thing about hat wa ter; she shortly after came to bed; we both slept in the same bed; I did not sleep vary sound?I never do; she could not get up unknown to me; shed id not get up that night; oneof my children slept with me; I came down ?<> breakfast on Monday morning; Mrs. Bodine cama also down; I remember she went out on Christmas morning she went out to the gate, and stood some time, waiting for the stage; she always waited ior the stage: she had a basket of mine that morning?the handle was broken; she said" she wou.d take it to get it mended ;">he took it with her; It was like one of the baskets already shown on the trial; 1 don't recollect any thing being said about green vails; 1 saw^nothing unnsual in her conduct that morning; up to the time ot her arrest I did not know her situation: my father always kept his money in his chest; my krother George said to my mother he would go to New York and get his moaey changed; he returned, and said he could only get $500 in paper; he then laid down $590 in-tpecia, and $500 in paper, to my father; my moth er came in, and Mrs. Bodine was going backward and forward; she saw the money, and remarked " she wonder ed George did not put his money in a bank?she thought it was safe;" she also said, in a joking way, " she thought he would have to get a wheelbarrow to earry hia money the next time." A great coughing was manifested on the part of the audience, when hia Honor jocularly remarked, "it was a pity they had not two or three pounds of Pease's candy." Examination continued, by Mr. Gkaham?1 do not re member when my father and mother returned Irom the Are. In her eross-examination, by Mr. Whitibo?1 went to my father's house about three weeks before this occur rence; my husband was in Virginia; I don't recollect when he left; I think it was a few days before I went to my lather's. Mr. Coon, oneof the Jurors, intimated to the Court that lie lelt rather unwell, and that it would perhaps expedite the trial If the Court adjourned, so as to allow him an op portunity of censultihg a physician. As his Honor the Judge appeal ippeared to be of the same opinion, at a little alter 7 oclock the Court adjourned to this forenoon at half past ten o'clock. Common Picas Before Judge Daly. Aran. Id?Patrick Martton v. John 0'Conor and oth ttt?Id this ca?e, already noticed, tha jury rendered a verdict (or plaintiff of 6 cent* damage* and 0 cent* coat* Value of the property $10 Lyunch and Mulvey, lor plaintiff. Sherman and Griffith*, for defendant. if. T. Wetkt vi. Eraolui Whcaton?In thia caae, alrea dy noticed, the ilefence *et up waa that delendant never employed the plaintiff in tha transaction alluded to The jury rendered a verdict in faver of the plaintiff of $108 21. .Vary Morgan vi. Wm. Mc Cartney?Thii we* an aotion ef treapaaa, to recover damage* for an alleged assault and battery A Miss Kuff, (or the prosecution, testified that tome time in January last she heard the plaintiff give a scream, and on hastening up stairs, she saw Mr. McCart ney with bis hand on the throat of plaintiff, who after wards fell into a fit, which lasted seme two hours. The only discrepancy in the evidence of this witness was, that althongh ahe swore to having seen Mr. McCartney have his hand at the plaintiff's throat, yet on arriving at the scene et action she asked plaintiff if snch was the case. For the defence It waa shown that the defendant rent ed a house ia Oliver street, the upper portion of which he let to a Mr. Camp, with whom tee plaintiff boards.? When Mr. Camp took possession of these premises he also t,ot the use of a small bedroom, the disposal of whioh rest ed entirely with defendant. This room was occupied by the plaintiff, and immediately nnderneath was the dining loom of the defendant. On the night in quaation, when taking bis supper, the contents of a vessel ot a very sus picious character waa thrown from above and (truck the window near which Mr. McCartney was sitting. Enra ged at such treatment he immediately harried up stairs, together with his wife, to discover the perpetrator of the deed, an.l in the room occupied by Mr. Camp he found tha plaintiff. Ho told the formarthat the room np stairs must be immediataly vacated, and afterwards proceeded up ?tairs, the plaintiff following him. When they arrived at the bedroom door plaintiff aeixed hold of the handle; a struggle ensued and the consequence was the plaintiff's falling into a fit It was also proved that the plaiDtiff was ?ubjact to fits when excited. It was also argued that the unisanae complained of waa one of loog standing,and that any sudden gust of passion caused by any provocation on the part ot the plaintiff ought to palliate the trespaas. The Court charged that as tha assault had been made out,th< question for the jury to take into consideration in d?ci. ding aa to the damage*, waa the state of defendant'* feel, ing* at the time aasault waa committed, and also the pro vocation he had received. Sealed verdict thia forenoon. Asilitant Justice's Court. Before Judge Starling. Aria- 2?The Mayor, f?, vs. ,fu(Viiui Robhim and William Myert?Thu defendants were arrested on war rants for peddli jg meat in the public streets, contrary to one of the or linances, and fined each $80. Nkw York LioislaTIVI Summary.?In the Sf hat*?Among the petitions was mie from Vln^a ret Ogdsn, setting fsrth the treatment of herself and her daughter by the people oallod Shakers, which waajread, and a motion to print it was referred; against the bill authorising the Corporation of New York to borrow $280,POO for tho purpose of building au alms house. The report of tha committee of the whole, on the bill in rela tion to distress for rents, was called up, and debated at some length The amendment of Mr. Wright, to abolish the right to distrain, was lost?12 to IS. Mr Hand moved to recommit tha bill?carried. The pilot hill was pasted. The bill in relation to ferries between the city ot New York and Long Island was thee taken up, and a few sec tions reed through, and slightly amended. Mr. Jones look the floor against tha lull, as an infringement en the iranchieee of the city of Mew York, under their original ckarter.?Albany Argaa. April 1 Homon Rivsr FiSBKKiis.?Our hardy fellow en ?ena in this and Rockland county, who usually devote a portion of their time in the spring te seine and net fishing in the Hudaen River, below the Highlands, ha** now their arrangements completed, and with very favorable weather, are realising daily goed drafts of fish ol varion* descriptions A law shad hsve b?en taken at the several fishing places; but a large supply of ba?s of Ana quality. have been the general reward of their labors thus far j and one ef three Jeughful fish, weighing At lbs., wae taken in the early part of March. These Indus triout men now look for a good haul of shad, aa the wea ther is propitious ; and aa eld fishermen ?ay, a south east storm will bring shoals-f 'hem ?Sing Sing Horald, April 1 MACiiffAcSruAini ?A letter liom an U. S. offi cer ia the girrmon at Mackinac, of ihe datr of March 9-1. gives information that the Straits era wholly free ef ice, scat of the Islaa t, so tha vessels might anchor in the Harbor. Te the weal, water could be seen withia eight miles A Strang wind east ar wast weuld clear the Strait* At the data ef the letter, the weather was warm, and. indeed, had been unusually aa the whole winter ? To* i?* that remained was full of helos, and vary weak A man an anew shoes had brehea through, between Meekiaac ami Put at If sacs, on tho day the letter was written. The writer thinks the Straits will be wholly cloaro ice by the imh or 1Mb lost Let the Upper Lakers i put forth.? Dotroil Adrorttirr. Martk 11 Justice is i*?o*?ia.?We have heard a food j many aloriea about Georgia Major*,' reorgia fight*, km., but the following tnosdsn- of a Georgia jury is the last itsm from the Georgia Btete The story is told by one ef the jury bismoll -so it must be all right. Two intimate friends had a "fam" about twenty-five dollars, and "weut to law " Thermae was a jury case, and it happened that the plaint.ff and defendant wsre mutual Ineolt ?r every men so the jury Hew to decide waa a vast difiUulty, sad sftsr a long and perpleamg consultation, the members of the Jury finally agreed to raise the sanwef tv. -nty-fivs dollars by contribution ?m*ag themselves, setlaffed the claim, paid all costs, end bed tie ease dismissed Se?qrsnANNA Rivkr Tiap* ?The Susquehanna continue- in good condition for the descending trade, end arks and rails era on their way to market in large num bers i Taa Faaeoeivv ov raa Basse*?A ?-mleman in the city of Charleston ha* already gather- I from his garden a mass of artichokes end s me., ef strawberries. Ripe st'awbetries weic ?<. ?? 'kits w -k since tamm Cwnrt. Ma?cb n?Cmitaf AUmmniar IMitU Mttktnmie?An .mouwu kru^tby WiJmi. (tha van with the loog ki.ifo,) against Commander Mackenzie, iff an assault and h.ittary and talia imprisonment on board tha U. B. brig lfomer>; Wii.ou being out, of tha persons charged by Com Mackenzie with a vntinoua design or attempt, of which Midshipman Spenoer wai tha alleged ringleader. Wilson dniiiad tha charge, and for tha purpoaw at vindi cating hia oharaatar, aud obtaining damages lor what ha 4.?wad illagal and oppressive traatmeut.proaaauted Com w*ud?r Mac Iran tie in tha Supreme Court of thia Btata thereby intending ta bring the whole Somera affair before n civil tribunal Commander Mackanzia pleaJed in abatement to tka ju tudiction ol tbo Court, insisting tha. this being emotter i'i the eourae of the discipline ol tha Navy oi tba U. B., eid both parti a being attached to the Navy, tha civil Courts had no power to take eognizance of the complaint. To thia plaa. Wilson, by hie counsel, John B. Seoles Esq., demurred. The aaae was submitted te the Supremo Court upon written a> gurnet.t,?Mr. bcol-s appearing aa counsel for the plaintiff, and Mr. Duer and .Mr. Lord lor tha defend ant In behalf oi the plaintiff', it waa inaiated, that tha ? Sseta ol tha Navy were amenable to the civil tribunals fnraata committed on board oi a U. 9. vessel on tha high seaa ; and that if it was insisted that these acts ware jua tiffed by tha law of the land, and the rules and regulations el tha navy, the officer accused must appear and plead such Justification ; end it would be for the civil tribunal bafoie which the suit was brought, to deride whether such testification was made oat or not He could not shield his conduct from investigation, by setting up a wsntoi Jurisdiction on the part of the civil tribunals. There was no special exemption from the authority af the Civil Couits. to be olaivad by officers sither of tka ar my or navy. Teat if Commander McKenzie had dena no thing but what ka was Justified in doing, aa an officer in the U B. navy, and Commander of th# U B. brig Bomars, he would make cut a ancceaslul defence to tus action ; hut that ha waa bound to prove thia, and to pcov# it in tha Supreme Court ol this State, where the suit waa brought. On tha other hand, the counsel for Commander Mao It unzie contended, that the matter waa one exclusively tv i inn tha Jurisdiction of a Court Martial; that our CivU C jurti had no right to interfere with it, or to call upon Commander Mackenzie for his detence ; and that if our naval officers were thus to be mace answerable to the cl t il tribunals ior acta done by tkem in their public capaei ? y on board of U. 9. vessel*, there would be an end of the hi cipline ot the navy. At the late term, the > pinion ot tba Supremo Court waa pronounced by Cnief Justice Nelson, who soys the material ques tion in tha caao, is whether or not courts of com m >n law have any Juriadiolion over personal wrongs, c ommittad by a superior officer of the nsvy upon a subor dinate, while at aaa, and engaged in the public service. It is insisted that whether there be any other tribunals known to the laws of the land to which recoil may be had lor redress or not, tha defendant is not amenable ta tha jurisdiction of these courts That tha wroag in question ba? been committed abroad in a foreign country,or upon tha high seas, constitutae alone no valid ground of ex emption to the jurisdiction, is undeniable: as actions for it juries both to persons and property under like cir cumstances have bean repeatedly brought sad sustained notwithstanding tha objection; Indeed, ne lawyer at this day would think of makit>g tha objection, tnor h"s it been mate In thia case In the aaa a oi Button va. Johnstone, (I T R. 48?, MB,) which was an action for r. malicious prosecution before a Naval Court Martial upon charges of misconduct in the lc.eot tha enemy, and boat of battle, among other grounds t '.ten by Lords Man*flei>l aud Loughborough for rever fci.ig the judgment of the f. Baron, in the Exchequer C umber, was this, that an action at common law would lie against the commander. They a Imitted the ques tion to be one of doubt; and did not profeaa to put tbo re versal on that ground. Whether the Hons-oi Lords u iopted their reasons or not in affirming the Judgment, <v<: are unable to determine from the report of the ease.? (1 Bro. P. C. 100, 3d ed ; see alio I T R 794.) But, in the course of the argument of Warden vs Bailey (4 Taunt. 74) Lawrence J observed, that he bad heard from good p' jvate information, that the reason* assigned by Lord Uunsfield for reversing the judgment were not adopted by the House ot Lords, though tha judgment of the Chief J notices was affirmed. But whether they wera or not, is quite animportfuit, so far as the quae tiuc before us is concerned. That waa an action 0 . tho case lor a nHfiloafi prosecution; this an ac ti.<a of trespass, for an aa.iiult and battery and false impri f janaeut The Chitl Justices expressly concede the lia bility af the defendant in this form ol action, (p. 644.) This action baa been brought and sustained in numerous i.i-tances in tha common law courts of England, against bolta naval and military commanders by tbeir subordi nates, tor acts icne both ot home and abroad, under pro L uce and coler, and whila in the professed exercise of naval and military discipline. Some of them will be fi-und re:erre?l to in the case of Sutton va Johnstone, (see vvjIIvs. McNamara, p. MM; Bwinton va. Mulioy. p 6(7; Most) u vs. Kabrigas, Cowper. tu 1. Warden vs. Bailey, 4 Taunt., 07, and mrny cases relern d to in the course of the argument, 4 M. it 8 400, S. C.) The moat resent case is Hannafoid va Hunn, (3 Carr. k P., 148.) That waa an action of talac impiiaonment, brought by the master ot a mMi-of-war a?aiu*t his captain. C.J. Abbot submitted the question to the jury, whether ihe. plaintiff bad been godiy of disobedience, so aa to juatity the conduct of tho di lendant. Under bis charge a verdict waa rendered in 1 worof the plaiutiff There are many cases also In tha hooka, whete the action has been sustained against mem ?? i s of courts martial, naval and military, who have ex ceeded their authority in the infliction ot punishment; ar.4 severe verdicts awarded against thrm. They areoel i.iMed in 1 and 3 McArtbur on Courts Martial, appendix, a e also 4 Taunt. V. 70, 76 and cases. In the case of Lisut. Krye va. Sir Chas. Ogle, tho defendant waa president of a court martial It appeared that bo sentenced tha plain t ff to fifteen years imprisonment, when the on>y charge was hia requiring a warrant in writing :a order to ju.Ufy him in taking another officer into nis custody oa rer an arrest?which was considered no offence at all. T he verdict was ?1000. This case became somewhat ma n> ">rable for a collision between the civil and military courts, and for the firmness and triumph of the former.~ In the course of the trial of the cause, the learned h tving remarked, thai tho plaintiff was at liberty to! Ins action age<a*t any ol the members ol tho court mar tial, be ptoceeded against Rear Admiral May ne, and Cap tain Reutone, who were arrested by a writ from tbo C. B. t>! the breakiag up of the court martial where the former preai led and the latter sat as a member. This waa monk resented by the court martial, who psasod resolutions no ti.e subject, reflecting, in intemperate language, on tka r lief justice of the court (Sir John Wiiles.) These were laid by the Lords of the Admiralty before the King-upon which the Chief Justice caused evary number of theeoor t<> betaken into custody for contempt, aud waa proceed ing in a legal way to assert and maintain the authority of h s oilier, when a stop waa put to tha proceeding* by n public written submission, signed by all the members of t!it court, transmitted to the Chief Justice, received and wad in the C. B . registered in the Remembrancer's oflfoe, an.l inserted in the " Gazette" of Nov. 16th, 174B?" A no morial," as tha Chief Justice observed, " to the present and future ages, that whosoever set themselves up in op position to tho laws, or think themselves above the liw, will, In the end, find themselves mistaken." An idea is thrown out by the counsel that the defend ant is a citizen of a foreign government (meaning that of the United States) and that the court* oi this Stat# as n matter ot com>ty should decline to take jurisdiction of tne trespass within the principle of the ease of Gardner vs. Thomas (14, J. 11 134) A similar objection was taken in the case of Percival v? Hiekey, which was a marine trespass committed by the com mander of a British slocp-of-war, but was over ruled. Spenoer C J. remarking that the court waa not at liberty to assume or secline jurisdiction upon specula tive grounds, or for reasons ot public policy. There tho defendant was confessedly the subject of a foreign go vernment. We do not, however, admit that the defen dant here, although in th* service of the United States. Is t > be regarded as a citizen ol a foreign government in tho ? use ofthe rule of law as stated in Oaidner va Thomas; i.or are ci.izens in the se: vice of it to be regarded as aliens in this Statu The citizens of the U B. government nre made up of the citizens in the aggregate ot the several States composing that government. Every citizen of a Mate is ipso/vefn, a ciiizstt of the United 9tatea. Bo, a citizen ot the United 9t*te* becomes a citizen of a Stato, t:;o moment he take* up his residence in the same Again, tor aught that appears, both tho partiee in this case are citizen* of the Stain oi New Tork, and as such are enti 1-d to sue in its courts. Every person born within the ligoance of the king is a natural born subject and entitled to sue iu the king's courts ; (Co. Litt 13f) and whether i itizens of this Stato, or of tha United Btatea, is of no mo ment here, as they stand upon tho sons footing in this respect und*r the Constitution of th# United Btatea.? (Art 4, S 3 : ? B. and R. 3W ) We are of opinion, there fore that the plaintiff is entitled to Judgment. Comman der M-.Ramie therefore, must answer to tkufiompleint of Wilson. The Indian Fioht.?It appetn from statements in the Cheroku Advocate, that the accounts of dif fl< nltiee and a battle between the Creeks and Indiana of the Osage or Pawnee tribea, whioh hare reached us through Arkansas papers, are almost wholly without louadetien. There is no war, says that paper, not even "the symptom of a sign" ot war. No Pawnees or Osages hare fallen?no battle has been feught?no Creek village surprised and its three hundred inhabitants massacred. The military who had taken the held on hearing theae re ports, hare returned to their homes, and the ( reeks and Osages are still friends. Anti-H shtism in Uijiter Coi-ntt.?The March term of the Circuit Court for Ulster county, waa recently held at Kingston Tbst county is disturbed by 'heanti-rant question, and Judge Haggles, therefore, at the opening of the court, madeTt the chief subject of his charge te the grand Jury. Hia this and explicit charge will have a tendency to allay the unfortunate tenant ex citement wherever it may be read. The grand jury, to whom this charge waa delivered, found nineteen bills, seventeen of which were against anti-rentera. Of the ? vent.en anti-renters against whom indictments were .nod. four have been arrested. Two ef them, named ( ooper and Avery, huve given bail ol $1000 each, and have been released (rose prison The other two, Corey ? id Ntapley, remained in prison, but it waa expected they would give bell in a lew dsya. V1erk ltod, l*q., who lives about 16 miles west ef Matches, in Louisiana, oe the road travelled by all emi grants to Tessa who cross the Mississippi river at Matches, states that lor the last two and a heir mouths, ...r . axons a .lay have pane,I hia house, on an average ucUofthia emigration is induced by the prospect or annexation, and Is most I j from this Mate. H add. greatly to the velun of Mississippi laud?Jltlthrt Cornier. rtnlv one af the a^ven""fslonariea taken out to Afrira . ... ...ft' ? ##, h?? lived in Tftnrn?

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