Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 6, 1845, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 6, 1845 Page 4
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York duly remonstrances and deputations a spawn the c onservative appointments is the CuetproHotjse, and threats, open and undisguised, against the elec tion of the organ as printer to the House ? from every quarter the moat ancharitable speculations and suspicio us rsBpjjcting the appointment ofMcLane to England ? from every section apprehensions as to tiie stability of Mr. Buchanan upon our "unquestion able right" to the Oregon Territory ; and to crown all, a rankling jealousy of every clique that every other cliqur but itself is held in Executive favor ; a jealousy which has increased, is increasing, and cannot be diminished, will show you at a glance that Captain Polk is the very crucible of torture, per plexity and mortification. What will be the result of these internal dissen sions in the family 1 South Carolina demands the discharge of Mr. Buchanan ? Mississippi of Walker ? the harnbu rners of York State are equally bent uj> on the sacrifice of Marcy; and as we predicted months ago, we see no hope of harmony ? no pro spect of peace, except in the reorganization of the Cabinet ; and if not before, on, or shortly after the re-assembling of Congress, there must follow a (wr it al or thorough dissolution and re-organization, in which event nothing will appease the threat West except the appointment of lienton or Allen to the I Apartment of State and the Oregon negotiations. Now, to a man with half an eye, disinterested and unprejudiced, the policy of Col. Polk is conserva tive and commendable. His object is the. concilia tion of all cliques by t.s fair a distribution o! the "spoils" as possible. And while lie succumbs to the necessity of obedience, to the requisitions of re tahative proscription, his conscience evidently goes not with him in the work. Yet his very delay in this ungrateful duty, is perhaps Ins only alternative of preservation. l*or there is truth in the remark of Mr. Calhoun, that a political party is held together by the cohesive j>ower of tiie public plunder. Sup pose the offices, then, all to be tilled; the thousands til unsatisfied claimants, for a share in being cut effectively from the prospect of patronage, would fall back, or a large proportion of them, into the ranks of the opposition. "there is safety, therefore, in the susjiension of the work of rotation, for while there are whigs to be displaced, there are holies for the ten thousand expectants who never can be gra tified with even a smell of the treasury chowder |K>t, in any event whatever. It will not be strange, therefore," that at the next Presidential Congress, a large body, the balunce of power, from disappointed expectations of reward, should wheel about into the ranks of the opposite party, and carry its candidates into power. Tiie bonds of party ? party principles ? party associations and party measures, arc power less against the power of the spoils. And the ditli- j eulty to their distribution by Col. Polk, is the jea lousy of the cliques as to the influence which each js likely to obtain in the choice of the succession. His laudable policy on the other hand, to evade a commitment of an advantage to any taction, seems only calculated to bring down u|>on him and his or gan the combined opposition of all. His appointments clearly indicate this neutral po licy, ana the malign opposition of the several clans, and their active agents in Polk's election, as clearly exhibit their discovery of his unexpected, and un precedented plan of oiierations. ^tand fast, Mr 're sident, stand fast. There is no receding now er is no time to pause and reconsider the svstem I adopted. A little mo the iron will? a Little less of John Tyler's Hex , a It r :mper,i- 1 tive decision, and ! iptitudeol iu> worn sction, | will soon give you control of the cabinet ? the command of Con. and the tacit asseni and co- j operation of the aiijtus There is too much closeting and caueussing upon the consequences ol i his or that appointment ? too much hesitation to act, and too much available rea diness to retract. An amiable President is a weak President ? a prompt, energetic, and irrevocable ac tion, either in the reteni rejection, or appoint ment of a subordinate tue only course. In this hour of bitter trial a1, pi city, let the neutral press stand by the a> n, and encourage and advise him, otln itiabble tor tne j spoijs will upset all the . ontemplated in his election, of the re t the Sub Treasury ? the reduction 01 ihe annexa tion of Texas, the settlement 01 the Oregon bound ary, and the acquisition of California. Washington, July 4, 1*45. > 10 o'clock, P.M. $ Celebration, Accident!, ? Without any preconcerted general arrangement, we have had a remarkably hapiiv day in and about Washington, with a sad and melancholy conclusion. The Temperance people celebrated the day in the President's grounds after the ?most approved cold water fashion; and between two and three o'clock Mr. Buchanan might have been seen among them rejuvinauag upon iced water and a lemonade, verily I believing that? "There i? nothing ko good, Kor an old bachelor'* blood, Ai a glass of dcliciqu* water." Several companies, societies, or parties of our citizens went otf to the woods, while lots of the country folks came to see the fun in town. Alter the laying of the corner stpne of Jackson Hall, we repaired, with a party of friends, to the Rock Creek Episcopal Church, several miles north of the city, to see how the Ladies Fair was progressing, in the grove, adjoining that rural place of worship. In the lear of a modest tem|>le, built in 176S. of imported bricks, in the then colony of Maryland, in the rear of this church, and in the midst of an umbrageous forest, the ladies had their tables set out with all the fancy notions uiuial on such occasion, including hot coffee and Souchong tea. And there we found TudgeJ Woodworth, member elect to Congress from Dutcnesss county, |New York; and Major f^eggett, of the same county, who protests that the Herald is the greatest paper in all creation ; and Col. Medill, one of Cave Johnson's able assis tants ; and Captain Sylvester, of the Patent office, among the gentlemen present, participating in this modest, yet impressive observance of the day. ? All sorts of crops in the neighborhood were fine, showing that we only want a few more of your Nor thern fanners to show lis fiow to till the soil, by showing the value of labor rightly appropriated, and of time rightly economized. In the evening the usual exhibition of fireworks was announced to take place in front of the Presi dent's house, on the broad common between the southern wall of the Executive Gardens and the Potomac River. At least five thousand persons congregated in the neighborhood to see the sight.? The exhibition went on to universal satisfaction for half an hour ? wheels, rockets and spluttering ex plosions. By the falling of the rack, however, to which a cluster of rockets was attached of five or six pounds each, just as they were being tired, they were diverged from the periiendicularinto an almost horizontal line towards the President's House. ? At some 30() yards distance, one of these rockets in its course, struck a man 11 imed Knowles, who was sitting on the wall of the President's gardens, bv the side of his wife, and instantly killed him. The missile penetrated his side to his heart, and he died ulinost immediately in the arms of his distres sed and frantic wife, lie was carried to the White House, but it was all over with him. Several other person* were seriously, though not dangerously in tured. On the announcement of this accident, the exhibition was at once sus|>euded, and the multi tude dis|>crsed to their homes A man (we are credibly informed) was also kil led in Georgetown to-day while passing before a loaded cannon at the moment of its discharge; and one or two other men were seriously injured from the same cause. In addition to this, there was a rumor in town late this af ternoon, that the steamerOsceola, which went down to Piney Point last night on a pleasure excur sion. was burnt ; but as there was no subsequent confirmation of the report, we sup|>ose it an idle lieax. We shall have a sulficiently long chanter of accidents and calamities, attendant upon the Fourth of July, without resorting to fabrications like this. Baltimore. Halt imobk, July A, ISO. Th* Mail) and tht Rail Roa<f ? Divititm of the War Hi ? Market ?, ft. The Postmaster General haa issued a new schedule for the mail* between the East and the South, but the Phila delphia and Baltimore Railroad refine to come into the arrangement. In consequeace of this, there will be a greater delay than ever in the mail between theae two point*. The reiult of the new schedule not being run | over the Philadelphia Road, will be the detention for ten hour* in that city, of the great Eastern mail, from the Houth and We*t; it* further detention in Baltimore, from about 3 P.M., to half pad 6 the next morning from the South, and to half-patt (even from the West? more than sixteen to *eventeen hour* respectively. And in regard to the great Southern mail, it will also be detained fully twelve hour*. Tha consequence ii, that the Postmaster threaten* to employ either the Erric(?onSteainhoat Line, or to organize an exi>Ta*> iine himaelf, if they do not come into term* within three day*. There manner of new* stirring here at present, all kind* of buiinea* being rather dull alio A political excitement a brewing i? thi, city, which will rat** a storm before it passes. raUtive to the new division of the ward*. The commissioner, h?ve finished ? heir labor*, and made a partial report ; h?" u JJn from good authority, that our democratic friends w,n ?n wiaebe pleased with its details. The grand ohiectof the commissioner* haa been to make (even ward* cer tain for the democrat*, and seven certain for the whlRa ' leaving the remaining six so nicely balanced, that a lit tie pipe-laying by either party can secure the city. The nicety of calculation required for the bringing about such a result, ha* made their labor* interne, consequent ly much thne has been occupied in it* completion. The fifth ward, or rather its old location, (It being now the seventh, I believe.) I* |made whig, aa is alao the aeventh. The eighth haa been quartered off in parcels to balance the opposite preponderance in it* neighbors, and will not mm give one hundred whig majority. The Point has been equally divided, one whig and one democrat, and the locality of the old fourth *till hold* to it* ancient allegiance. The*e are aome ol the remit* expected by ?he commissioners, but in looking over their draft o| the uaw division, I think thby will ba woefully disappointed. However, toe democrat* hare no right to complain, for iq the last memorable diviiion of the city, they had it all their own way, and one thousand whig majority in the eighth ward, was one of the pro minent features or this " (Jerrymander.'' If any thing, the whigs have been rather more honest, making it a hard scratch for victory, whilst the democrats so cut up things as to make it necessary only to walk over the course. But the arrangement for securing the re election of John P. Kennedy, will attract the most oppo sition, and is one of the most ingenious contrivances that 1 have ever met with. John P. nowever, is a good mem ber. and we " free-thinkers" will not object to his re election, though k e will have a scraping time of it. Philadelphia. PHiLtmxpiiu, July !>, 1845. Well, the glorious Fourth has passed, and people have resumed their ordinary avocations. We never witnessed such a delightful day. The weather was clear, and a re freshing breeze kept the atmosphere pleasant. Every thing exhibited tranquility. With the exception ot the Native Shifflers parading the streets with a ship drawn by horses, the day had the appearance of the Sabbath ; and in.leed the Natives were so few, their ranks so empty and meagre, and their spirits so checked, that even they cou/d not disturb, for any length of time, the almost uni. versal quiet. The celebration of the day commenced by the torch-light procession of the Natives, at one o'clock in the morning. At 3} o'clock the guns of the Navy Yard commenced firing, and from that time till after daylight there was continued explosion* of various firearms in every direction. At 7 o'clock the First Regiment of Ar tillery paraded, under Major K. K. Scott, marched to Penn Square, at IJroed and .Market streets, and fired a fru dt joi, dismissing at about nine o'clock. The political parties bad their celebrations in a quiet way , and the rest of the day presented the Sunday aspect above alluded to. There being but little excitement, of coursc there were but few accident*. The only one which has come to my knowledge, ??s that of a man named William Grimes, who was blown from the muz zle about 'JO yards, by the premature explosion of a gun inSouthwurk, while,the Natives were firing a salute in honor of the Shiftier Huh of New York, and the Kugles of Boston. The flesh was torn from his aims and breast, and he is considered in a dangerous situation. The Native National Convention organized at the As sembly buildings yesterday. General Dearborne, of Boston, presides. They are again in session to-day, and have now under consideration a resolution pledging the Native party to u total excluston of the foreigner from political rights. It was offered by Judge Oakley , of i New York ; is supported by a large number, but is op posed by the Natives of this city. The twenty-one year principle, as thev call it, is thus, you perceive, repudia ted by some, and the country can now see the inevitable finale of this faction, should it ever obtaiu the ascen dancy. The foreign news from Europe and Texas has created quite a sensation among our people. The declarations of Guizot ubout France and annexation, me very prettily paraded in the papers ?ide by side with the news of the success of annexation, despite the efforts of French and English diplomacy. The Herald's summary ol the foreign news is decided ly the best of any paper in the country It gives more information upon the subjects than all of them together, and arranges that information so as to be understood bet ter by the general reader. The cousequence|is, that your j agents, Zoiber ic Co., have their. store crowded by anx ious purchasers the moment the New York line arrives. There is no business of im|>ortunce doing. The Board of , Brokers do not meet till Monday, and ol course I have , no opportunity ol ascertaining the state of the difl'erent stock Hoaton. Boston, July 'J, 1846. Colltclorthip ? *1ppointmeuts and Rejection t ? Concord freeman ? Rantoul and Walker. The Herald is se universally read all over the Union, i and having established itself so firmly for candor, ability : and extraordinary political sagacity and foresight, it is a most desirablo medium of communication. 1 see in some of your late numbers, some original, and to my { mind very correct predictions, with regard to the effect, j and result of the late course of the administration. You i mention dissatisfaction among difl'erent portions of the : democracy in the country and in your city. So it is here and all over the State, and it may with truth be said, from pretty much the same causes. Marcus Morton was a candidate, aud had no doubt of a seat in the cabinet. For this post he was beaten by the more cunning and wily Secretary of the Navy. Surly, dejected and morose, he moped about for several weeks, declaring he would not take the Collectorahip, for which he was strongly committed, on paper, for Frede rick Robinson. But tiually. finding the Administration did not care much whether he was cross or not, in viola tion of his pledge to ltobinsun, he consented to take the Collectorship, solely upon the condition, that " he : should have his own way about every thing." Things ' went on very quietly for several weeks, when a batch of some twenty appointments came on, almost all of them democrats? leaving a large number of whigs remaining. Then commenced a tremendous howling aud yelling about the Collector's ears. He stood it a little while with some complacency, but at last Old Mississippi turn ed pale. Among these removals was one George Gib son, an inspector, who is and has been a fast friend of I Beniamin K. Hallett. A few days since, Mr. Gibson was hurled back in Nlurton't teeth, as an appraiser, through Mr. Hallett'* influence. The Collector must he particu larly proud of his influence at Washington. In addition to this, the Collector sent on some twenty names for ap pointment, to enter upon their duties the first of this month ? rumor says, Mr. Walker will not confirm them, and has written he does not approve his course. Won der if this democrat butcher calls this having his own way! The bristles rise on the back of the "twenty one-year-service" democrat with indignant fury. The Concord Frrrutan , one of the ablest democratic country papers in the State, always firm, consistent and unflinching, utters the sentiment of most of the sound democracy of the State, in the subjoined extract. Mor ton wrote to Washington before he was appointed, that the citv democracy was corrupt and ought to be avoid ed, and that the country party must be encouraged and fostered ; but according to the tone and feeling of the Frtrman, he is likely to " have a good time" in nis nur sery efforts. The writer of this paragraph is, no doubt. C. Haswell, K*q., who is about to enter the editorial chair of the Ohio Statnman. the organ of the giant demo cracy of the great west. The Frrtmnn says '? George Gibson, Esq., has been appointed assistant appraiser in the lioston Custom (louse, by the Secretary of the Treasury. Mr. Gibson, it will be remembered, was one of some twenty democrats removed on the 1st ol June by collector Morton, though the name of the whigs who hold > office under him is Legion. The con duct of Secretary Walker in placing Mr. (iibson ? who has ever been a most faithful and efficient officer, am! who was removed without the slightest cause ? in a situ ation much better than that which he was deprived of through the operations of a malice which might be call ed detestable, were it not too petty to rise to the dignity ol wickedness, is universally approved by democrats; and must be as gratifying to Mr. (iibson himself, as it is deeply mortifying to'his small and malignant persecutor, of whose general acts it would be speaking in too flatter ing terms to say , that they are so very trifling, such In tinitestima! doses of littleness, as to be as much beneath contempt, as he himself is beneath common decency." With all this accumulating wrath, the Collector finds his situation extremely uncomfortable, and if he had re ceived his maximum of $6.-100, be would, we'll be bound, he olflor Taunton in no time. It is already reported he is about to resign, and moic believe it than disbelieve it. lie will get his year's pay in about a month Of this treatment, however, Morton cannot complain. The party have don? everything for Morton, and he has done nothing for the party. Sell respect and due regard for the interest of the party, should have induced him to decline the appointment. * He is not fit for the office, ami he is too old to learn. We do not mean to say that he is not a distinguished man, and in his way a smart man ; but his taste, character, habiu anil profession disqualify him to make a good ( ollector. So all the merchants , Mr. Rantoul is the proper man for Collector, as ninety- j nine intelligent men out of every hundred, in this com munity will say. His administration was satisfactory, and distinguished for the promptness and correctness of his decisions, and the energy he infused into every branch of the service under his direction. Mr. Walker is winning golden opinions with the do mocracy ot the North, bv the able, decided, and judici ous administration ol the Treasury Department, lie bids fair to vio with the ablest of his predecessors. Bostom, July 3, 1?4A. | Political Affairs? Our Packtt Shipt ? More ahout Ship I Buildinf. Politics are dangerous things to handle, or I would ere this have given you an insight into the doing* and say ings of our great men, as they move the (mail ones to and fro to answer the ends of their ambition. 1 may. however, inform you, that the heads of ten coon* and two loco* were quietly cut off on the 1st inat. by Col lector Morton. One of the locos, a Mr. Lindsay, i* a long winded blade, and will no doubt repay Morton for his temerity. He ha* much to *ay at public meeting*, and | wields considerable influence among mechanic*, to ' which worthy order he belong*. I think he wa* foolish i ever to leave his trade, but be knew hi* own bu*ine*s belt. It i* stated that he ha* been removed at the initi ation of Mr. Parmeiiter. whose public acts, especially his vote in favoiiof the tariff of "4-5, he ha* frequently de nounced as anti-democratic. Be this as it may. he i* now out, and must look out for himself. It is a fact, that all the recent appointment* in the Custom House bar* been given to the van Buren section of the party. Tbo late editor ol the Bay Slatr Democrat lias a fat office ; John sen, the business man of the same concern, do. do. ; Lan sing, its travelling partner, do. do.; and all the country editors who approved of its course, do. do. do. , while on the other hand, the free trade or Calhoun wing of the party, have not been able to secure a single office. Vour friend, Isaac H. Wright, i* now considered the leading magnet of the party here, and throngh him all 1 the minor appointments flow. He boaet* that he has i crushed Henshaw, outwitted Greene of the Pott, and now wields the jiower of Bancroft himself. The packet ship Joshua Bates, Capt. Murdoch, sailed ; yesterday for Liverpool. She is without exception the i most beautifully modelled vessel belonging to Boston. Other ships have cost more money, and have been more costly fitted out ; but not one of them ell can compare with her in beauty of outline. She was built hy Mr. ! Mar.kay, a mechanic who served hi* apprenticeship in the New Y'ork yards, and hcnce he has infused into the Joshua Batea all the finest feature* of your aplendid packets, The ships built at Medford may be aaatrongly fastened as your ships, but beyond this point, it would be absurd to attempt anv compariaon Detween them, i Medford is aiegular slop-shop ? nothing more. 1 believe there are only two draughtsmen in the whole place, and they are paid by the job, and have little interest in pro dueing anything handsome, when other* reap the credit of their labors. I , v,r- Miekay ii now building the ship Wa*bington Irving for the aama liue of packets to which the Joanua Bate* belong*. She will be a beautiful vmmL Mr. Forties's (leaner is now planked up, and the is consid ered a perfect beauty in mould ana form. A new ihip named the John Smith, or something elf e , owned by W. W . Uoddard, is now fitting out here for Valpepariao. Sale* of Stock* at Boston. Eochahoe Board, July 3.? I Appleton Manuf Co, 99]; ?WO Wilmington R R, 1?{; 99 Western R R, 103; 78 Long Island RR.711; 96 d? Tit: 100 do, b90 ds, 711; 60 doTb 16 ds, 7U; 10 Nor k Wot R R. 711; 110 do, 711; 126 do, bl m, 71); 60 do, 71 j. COMNBHCIAL. New York, Saturday, July 5. Ashes? Pots are moderately active, snd we still <|uote | $3 871; pearls are steady at $4 '96; stock in inspection [ I warehouse on the 3rd instant : Poll. Ptarl*. Total. Stock on band, last report, hbls 10,664 9,978 13,639 | Received this week 1,081 633 1,714 1 1 ,63.i 3,611 ; Delivered this week 1,717 404 Stock on hand Mils 9,908 3, '.207 13, lid Beeswax ? Prime yellow Northern and Western we ! quote at 99 j a 30, with a moderate demand for export. 1 Bkkahs rr?r ? The news from Kurope has had no a|> parent fcffect upon the market, Genesee (lour is, there fore, still held at $4 69J. The receipts at tide-water to the close of the month of June, for tne lost seven ye?rs, haw been as follows : Flour. iy/ieat. 1839. . , 319,461 Mils 96.683 bushs 1840. . ..'ill, 633 166,161 ? 1841. . .473, 66M 61,081 ? 1849. . .413,167 ? 169,741 ? 1843. . . 438,.'i98 109, 336 ? 1844. .. 689,481 960,840 ? 183.'). . .609,433 ? 144,048 ? Cotton? Throughout this week the market has been quite languid, and the daily sales were very small, and at rates rather in favor of the buyer. To-day we have the accounts per Acadia. These advices being encourag ing. holders have succeeded in making sales of 1800 hales, at prices considered full up to extreme quotations, and at rates in some caves higher than have been paid heretofore. Sales lor the week 6000 bales. We con tinue our quotations. Stock 40,000 bales. Freight to Liverpool 3 16d. for square bales. LittRrooL Classification. Upl. 4- Flow Mobile 4- y. O. Inferior 6 a 61 ... 6 a 6} Ordinary; 6Ja ?>< ... 6ja 61 Middling ;. . . 6ju 6i ... 6'a 61 Good middling 6?;a 6| ... 6la 7 Middling fair 6 (a 6] ... 6,<a 7 Fair 71a 72 ... 7ja 7 Fully fair 7ga 7 J ... 8 a 8 Good fair, 7 Ja 8 ... Sja 9( Fine 8U 9i ... 10 all} Fish? Pry cod sells as mentioned, at $9 37$, but the enquiry is* limited. There is very little doing in mackerel Oils ? Whale ?s held at 3,'ij a ,'liic, with moderute sales. Candle sperm sells at 90c. Hick? Sales to some extent have been made for export at $3 76 a $3 87C Provisions ? The market is not very active, and our former quotations arc (till current. Holders are how ever firm, and sales of old prime pork have beeu made at $*9 66J a $9 69J. New do Ht $10 50 a $10 69j; old mess we quote at $19 661 a $19 fi9J. New do at $13;beel is merely nominal; the demand for butter and cheese is | also limited. Whiskey ? Domestic, in drudge casks, is dull, and we , still quote 90c. Western and State Prison bbls sell as | wanted at 91c. Philadelphia Cattle Market. i Jult 3. ? Offerings, 660 head of beef cattle, including | 900 taken to New Vork; 990 cows and calves; 300 swine; and 1600 sheep and lambs. Prices? Beeves mostly sold at *6 a $6 60 the 100 lbs, for common to extra quality. Cows and calves dull at $19 a $96. Swine ? Sales at $4 60 a $6 the 100 lbs. Sheep and Lambs wc quote dull at $1 a $3 each, an in quality. Hay in brisk demand, and the price of good Timothy ranges Irom 86 a 96c the cwt. Straw brings $6 a $7 the 100 bundles. Paiieiigers Arrived. i LivkRrooL? Packet ship Ash burton? J B Chsvelier and lady, ] C Chevelier, Philadelphia; Joan Fox, Newfoundland. Havre? Snip Tuskma?P Bouuie, W F Bentick? 166 in the steerage. I Bremen? Ship A Von Humboldt? Rev W? Nast, lady and 2 children, of Cincinnati: G II Meckle, lady and servant, of Philadelphia; Miss Matilda Oadan, of New V ork; Miss J Kett ner, of Sluttg irdt; Miss A Hcrmaui, of Nassau; Hugo Back rr>e liter, of Stuttgaidl; H Cordei, of Oldenburg? 206 in the steerage. Havana? Shi|? Cristoval Colon? A J Gonzolez.RGoiizolez, F.milei Gouzolez, Z Gonzolez, E Krilt, Mrs Erilt, R de A juris, N Allorez, J M G Borlnn, R S Vnclnn, A de la Pucute, B Jariza, R K Laralor, D Cooper, F S Bolis. New Orleans. ? Steamship New Vork.? Mr. Maxwell, lady, servant and children, J Puter and lady, T C Terry and lady, Mj? Anderson and 3 children, Mr Andrews, lady, 4 children & servaut, Mrs Camp, 2 children and aervaut, Mrs Smith and 3 children. Mrs Sims. MrCrossman, J A Whener, E Oxnard, Mr Campbell, Mr No Ves, Geo Patterson, Mr Caui|i, B Brown. M Garcia, M Gray, W Long, Mr Lynch, W Tabor, Messrs. Wa ters, Cain, Hamlin, Clark Brown, Myers, Martin, Whithsm, Mirks. Reed, Crawford. Dunn, McNevins, Mrs Van Keiisel lear. .1 B Walsh. C Living, J B Butler, SC Kisk. J E Fnrlin. I' F Connor, John Gould, Mr Waite, A Kevan, Mr Flint, .Sir Fitzpatrick. A S Patterson. Dr Lively, Messrs Riley, Kennedy, Birelli. Neill. Brand, Volk, Rhodes. Jackson, Ross, Divine, Ward, Frost, Murphy , Lewis. Fisher. Macomb, Greru, Smith. Paik-r.Cook? 106 steerage. Mr Andrews' family were landed si Old Point Comfort, and four gentlemen at Key West. Charleston? Ship New Vork? Col. J. Willism* lady* children mil nurse, Col. J. Chesuul and lady. Miss E.Chesnut. Mrs. T. Middleton and family, Mr. W. M. Pelet lady and 3 children. Mr. T. Terry and lady, ivlrs. W. F. Gould ; Miss J. Gould Mrs. M. B Nsrin. Mr C R Boyce and lady. Mi*s A ( hadwick, Mr H D Chadwick, Mr E V Miller and lady. Miss E C Coates. Mr S Croswell lady, rhild and nurse, F J Betts and lady, W B Iugraham aud lady, Miss S N (^nssh, and 10 in the steerage. Charleston? Ship H. Allen? Rollins Lowards, lady aud family ; Mr. Henderson, lady sad family : Mrs. Nelson, Mis. Cooper, Miss Freemen, Mi?s Vidall, J. B. Brown, lady and family, R. H. Thomas, Dr. Marks, G. F. Wood, L. E. Wa termau, A. G. Salman, D. W. < Jodjrey, J. Henry. PiUMntcn Sailed. Liverpooi.? Steamship Caledonia (additional)? Mr and Mr? Down* and child, audone other, making in all 83. KortUm Importations. I.iv rRrooi..? Ship Ashlmrtoii? 01 bdls 1S60 L Consdon? I SO box pa of tin plate II Tobias ? 1(H) tin plates llendrick St Bros? 6 hhds earthenware K K Alcock ? 1 cask of earthen ware do? 1 hhd of earthenware Rbniurt Caldwell k Co ? 2n bales of cosrse md*e William Inglis k Co ? 1 cs md*e Hall, Brother* k Co? 13 cs of md?r Freelan, Stewart kCo? Hie of osnaberg* Bvrnelt Ik Johnson ? I rase of mdse II St I) II Brooke ? 6 rate* of rotlon and wonted stuff Ja.* Mc( all St! ( o? 8 bale* of ositaberrs do ? 1 eases of mdse Wright. Sturgi St Shaw? 35 balea of blanket* di> ? 17 cases of mdse John Gi lion St Cie? 1 parcel of hook* WmC Taber ? 11 bale* of osna lierga John ( lihoii Ik. Co ? 9 cs of fine goods Pa ton St Smart ? I cs of quilts I bales of flannel* 7 bale* of linen thread do ? ti r? iniUe Wright. Sturgis St Shaw? 3 cs md>r I) A < omstock ? 1 bale coarse indse do ? t es ei>ar?e mdse Brainhan. Ahetinelh) Si Collin* ? 1 case mdse llirden St Co ? I libit brandy do? 1 cas? and I bale milse Jas J.aUVrM ? 2j(K) bar* iron Septimus Crooks? i! cs thread J St J Stuart St Co ? 1 cases thread Stewart St Bros? bales osnabnrg* Tooker, Mead St Co? 8 3* mdse and hale* of woolens Mr M l.ummens St Co? II case* milae J M ,\lc Call St Co? M rases ind*e 22 bales 18 rase* coarse w oolen* 22 bale* blanket* Jacob Reese St Son, Philadelphia ? II bales blankets 4 bile* coarse woollens 21 cases of mdse I truphlan ket* Keip, Brother* St Co, New York ? 38 bl? osu abergs Jann son St Bland? ft bis 6 cs o*uahergs Smith. |Thompson St Co? 2 rase* mdse L St B Curtis St co ? 9 cases merchandise 1 bales coarse woollens 1 case fustians I case small wares do? 2 ris?s of coarse Wooliug Stone St co? 2D cases and I bale> indse W White wright St co? 29 bales Osnaburgs Tooker, | Eendkco ? II casks of Hardware, 4 cask* Holloware, 2 bale- | of ?hoe thread, 2 casks chains Van Wageuer St Tooker? ti b*le> of mdze Riggs, lenkini St co? 2 cases indsi' Bnltertield, Bro's? | 2 cases rndse Daniel Oake* St soil? 5 cases indue do ? 2 bales padding do ? 7 cases mdse Joseph Hudson? 10 crates and l.'i hhd* earthenware do? J crates earthenware do ? 6 crates earth enware J H Harris ? 3 bales coar?e woolens do? 1 bale osna bur* Ncven St co ? J cases and 2 bales worsted hosiery David H'iddcn St co ? 2 bales and t cases of indse W B Bend? i case* indw George Pearcc St co? 3 boxes mdse Wright, Sturges St Shaw ? II boxes mdse Smith, Stringer St co ? It ca3ks bottled ale Grinnell. Mintum k co? fill boxes tin plates Phelps, Dodge k co? 1000 Ixl I s slieet iron do? 2 c isks iiiic do ? ? bales and 19 cases md.se Hughes, Ward k co ? 3 trusses mdse Joseph I orinah? 2 casks hardware and S anvils W BrvceStco? 1 cask hardware M Armstrong At son? i casks chains Kdwd H Jacob? I case Wright, Sturges k Shaw? I case hardware ? 1 case slates Hunt. Woodward k< onnor? 4A crates and t casks earthenware H W Ha> dock ? It crates earthenware W Dawson? ID cases eaathenware K Cauldwell k co? I case* mdse J Lolfut*? 10 bale* mdse Thompson k co? 3 cases and I bale ind*e Riggs, Jenkins k co ? lfi bales coarse slieetings Bulkl y Graham k co? SO anvils I 8 Hubbard? 2 cases indw Cromncll, Haight St co? R casks hardware Wolf St Bishop ? 28 cases and II bale* mdse J Allenbiirg k CO? I case mdse W Watt? 3 cases ind*o Cham bers, Hnsen kco ? lease mdse Freeland. Stewart k co? 7 cases mdse KS Clark? 8 casks hardware Wolfek Gillespie ? 4 cases mdse R k O ( rook? 2 cw-i indse and 1 bale coar*e woollens Wright. Sturge* k Shaw? 50 ton* orrell coal Grinnell, Minium I St co ? ISO tons pig iron? 120 tons? lfiOfl do? 25 rase* sheeting copper? HO bundles shet iron mad 2G0 boiestui plate* ? 50 cases sheeting copper? 0 cra!?s eartlienware and 1 cask patterns ? 2 ca se* mdse? S cases do ? I# misses do? I cases do ? 7 cases mdse? 10 esses mdse? Scase* do? 2 cases do ? lease do? 1 case mdse | and I case worsted yam? 83 crates earthenware ? 1 case mdse and 2jn boxes tiu plate to order. Hsviir..? Ship Tnskina? 100 baskets wine WD Cnthburt? 200 do C Meletta? 100 do Bininger k C? ? 22 bbls I ce Baring St Wette? 2 bale* Z Stcinheill? 20 cs K Laffsn? 5 pkgs B t Ra beau? 10 cs J K Henett? Tf> bale* H J Daffatt? I?l baskets wille | Schmidt k Vogal? S c* C Ahrenteldt? 17 cs J Mann. BerMr.*? Ship A. Von Humboldt? 2 bales woollen cloth t Suinheil? 3 da woollen good* Loschigk k Wesendock? 6 bxs inanufaetored good* Keseler k co? I* l>*s cotton goods Joseph Tryou? S3 bx* mdie. H!I8 bxs pipe* Henschen k Lukhart? 4 bxs woollen good*. 1 pkg sample* K Wi*?man? 4 bxs mdxe John W Holberton? J do Roelker k Moelman? I doj G Kr.iger ? t bales 4 boxes 2 casks mdze C (i Gnnthei? H3I bsrs 42 bdls iron 40 ca*ks 6 bales mdre Oelrich k Kruger? 216 pes cotton bogging, 10t hi* I ck mdze to order. Hsvsfia? Ship Cristoval Colon ? I box seKars J M Pax? ISA hales tobacco Armar kCo; 10 boxes sugar C k W Brugiere? I caseaegara KB Comajol ? 201 bote* sngar Hpofford, Tiles ton k co ? 68 bote* segars JH Faber k Co? JO do doGH Kreymhoy k Co? S3 do do A A Samanoa? 2 cs 4 pkgs do K Laffsn? 17 bis do Crocker k War ran ? I bis indxe 180 do segars J Monzanedo ?1 pkge mdze I de la Granje* ? J pkgs *73 bis segars John Wal lis. Jr? 4 hbls sngar Htourevill k Co? ??0t> boxes *eg*r* Lillie k Racines? 201 doz pine apples 79 his segars B Smith? 200 bis *e A B St D Sauds? 3 pkg* do F Veetor St Achille*? I box do SO tons old iron J B Lasala ? 7S bxa segars 8 de la liuerte? 1 case do F 8 Brockleman? 25 bis do W H Thomas? 120 bxs sugar J R Stanhope ? I boxes segars A Morgan? 1 trunk mdze K Varela ? I box segars Davis, Brooks k (jo ? 2 cases 29r> boxes segar* D Curtis, Jr. _ ? MsVAiirr.z? Barque F.dw. Koppisch? 1*3 hhd* sugar P Har mony's Nephew* k co ? 134 do SS nbl* molasses t do sugar SOOT cocoa nots to order. Domeatlc Importation a. <:M**t.r.*TOSf? Ship New York? 94 tierces rice Markoe, Wil bur It Scott? 3" do llowland k co ? 70 do C Buschmyre k Sou? 1 lislei Cotton G Bulkley? ^ W do ?' Busckmyre Ik Son? 108 do Bnrritt It Johnson? ''4 do to order? I do J Kmerie? 13 do Green way, Henry It Smith; 3 pkgs to order. karitzmb hbrax.1T WRT OP- It lew TOKK, JVIsV 4. Mil* RISK* ,...? 36 I Moon *gT* 8 29 w , l"l? 7 24 I HIOM WATaa 9 SO M Cleared. Ship Olive k F.liz.i, Weeks, Stettin, Schiot It Walchan. Ship Independence, Cinipin, ttuebec, Roche Brothers k Co. nhip Brutus, Osgood, Boston. Bsriine Ranger, Millikeu, Cadit, J L Darlry k Klnell. Brig New York Packet, Stewart, StJolia*. NF. H smith. Bri^ L* Mtlrr, Uaviien. WimUor. NR. Brif MicmU, Vmall, Norfolk, Nttmitfi k W*|?h Brig Champlain, Hum. Norfolk. Nesmith fc Walsh. fcjif Ma?eh?a*?r. Mitchell, Harbor ulaud, UK Ogden. Schr Parallel. Lockhart. Windsor. IS 8. Schr Lyra, Storer, Bucksport, Me. 8chr Cambridge. Hall, Boatoa. Schr Juliette, Woglam. Petersburg, J Hauler It Co. Schr Aagerrtta, crowell, Boatoa. Schr Agawam, Lane, Jacmel, Ueo Douglass. 8chr l omaaerce, Johnaou, Philadelphia. Piatt <1 Paaraoa. Schr Rival, Price, 8t Johns, NF. R W Newman It Co. Sloop rreaident, Friabie, New Haven. Sloop Victory, Rhodes, Providence. Barge Michigan, Allen, Philadelphia. Arrived. Packet (hip Ashburton, Iluttleaou, from Liverpool, June 1, wilh indae, to Orinnel, Miuiuru k Co. 350 passengers. Saw a uumbar of icebergs to the eaatward of the Bank*. Steaauhip New York; Wright. from New Orleana, Jane t5, Key Weet, and 1 day from Norfolk, to C Morgan. Ship Plan n.i, Manaou, 40 days from Antwerp, withmdaeto Herding It Kunckelmann? I ble skins J J a M Bolra; I do Sclirage, KoopSt co; 2 do W Jung; 1 do U Meyer It aou; 3 Vie tor St Duekwitz; 3 do Schurcnadt St Faver; 2 do J M Oppen hcim; }do J Hunt; Hi do to order. 26th June, lat 42, Ion 58, spske Br brig Scio, from St. Johni for Sligo, had on the iiight of the 25th June, been in coutact with n vessel, which carried away the bowsprit, foremast, lie? did not learn what damage waa done to the otlier vessel ? the P. wanted no assistance ; lie intended to proceed on hi; voyage. 152 steerage passengers ? one died on tlie pasaage. Bremen ship A Von Humboldt, Wachten, from Bremen sailed May 20tn, with mdse to Oelrich k Krnger.? 12 cabin and 20 i steerage passengers. Julie 14, Ion 1.1 19, lat 45 35, saw a ship with a blackball in her foretopsail, steering eaat. 24th, Ion it T.I. lat II 4ii, saw packet ship Oxford, Irom New York, for Liv erpool. 25th, lou.'ii I, lat 41 it, saw a Bremen ship, supposed I lie Kama, sharing East. 29th. louVOUi, lat 43 II, saw Bremen ship Uoethe, from Bremen for Baltimore. Ship Flavins, Davis, 38 days from Olaagow. with mdse, to W W llowland. The F. was detained about 3 days iu the ice. Ship Tuskina, Williams, 36 daya from Havre, with 161 pas sengers, to E_D Hnrlbut St co. Bremen sliip Adelliaid, Torgenren, 40 daya from Bremeu, with I'JC passengers, to master. Ship Criatoval Colon, Smith. 8 daya from Havana, with sugar and IV passengers, to SpofTord, Tileston Si co. Ship New Vork, Hull, 4 days from Charleston, with cotton, to G Bulkier. Bremen brig Louisa, Van Hagen, 41 days from Bremen, with 113passengers, to Me) er & Slacken. Columbian brig Orinoco. Fostei, 21 iliya from Angostura, with 7136 hides 400 bags coffee 25 cms indigo 16 bales skinsjto

Maitland St Co. Left no Amer. Left Columbian schr Pan chila, for New York in 5 ds. June 27, lat 28 43, Ion 70 05, sjkiIii Br skip Lee, from Liverpool for Antwerp. British brig Joseph llan, Holmes, II daya from Wiudaor, N8. with plaster, to master. Brig Baltic, Dunbar, 12 days from Sydney, with coal, to A Browu. Brig Apiihia, Merrill, 6 days from Pembroke, lumber. Sclir NL McCready, Somers, from gwansboro', NC. naval stores, to N L McCready. Schr E Stevens, Davis, Newberu, NC. with naval stores, to S Ij Mitchell. Schr Eineline, Pope, from Newbern, NC. uaval stores. Sclir C C Zabriskie, Holt, from Virgiuia. Schr Oil Bias, Farreu, from Elethura, with 2000 dozen pine apples, to P Bolen &. Co. Sclir Levin Lank, Bennett, 4 nays from the Chesapeake, with corn, to B N Fox. Sclir Maryland, Burch, 4 days from the Chesapeake, with iron, to It N Fox. Sclir Jane M Sprott, Frazer, 14 days from Pictou. Schr J L Pitts, Hawkins, from Virginiu. Schr BenjS Peunimau, Hatlield, Irom Virginia. Sclir lnde|>endeuce, Dericksou, from Virginia. Sulir J Chandler, Lozier, from Virginia. Schr Wm Penu/ Foster, from Machias, lumber. Sclir Polly. Hickman, from Virginia. Sclir Merchant, Burt, from Snowbill, pig iron. Schr Pioneer, Courseii, from Brandy wine, corn meal. Scnr Traffic, Smith, from Baltimore, to J Sc N ttiiggs. Schr Eliza. Hamlin, from Philadelphia, coal. Schr Paragon, Hunt, from Philadelphia, coal. Schr Pulaski. Hunt, from Philadelphia, coal. Schr Daniel, Baker, from Philadelphia, soal. Sloop Christopher. Post, Virginia. Pilot boat Hubert Bruce, Merchant, 14 days from Mobile, in ballast, to R Centre St Co. Lat 24, Ion R4 30, spoke barque Ju uetta, from NOrleaus. Notice to Mariner*. Grand Duciiy of Tuscany? Lkjht Hot sk on Palmaiola in the I'iommino Channel.? Notice it hereby Riven, that on anil after the 15th day of July, 184), a new Revolving Light of the second clans, with eclipses, will be displayed every night upon the Tower on the small island of Pal majola in the Piom hino Channel. This Light, which is at the elevation of 106 metre.', above the level of the sea, will show bright flashes every 30 seconds, which will be visible in clear weatherat the distance of 20 nau tical miles. The less brilliant fixed Light in the intervals between the hashes, will be perceptible at levtli nautical miles, and the eclipses will not be total but beyond that distance. Latitude 12 Jl 30 North, Longitude 8 7 36 East (Meridian of Paris. Naval. ORi'ERS, June 30, 1845. ? Carpenter William 1). Jenkins, de tached from receiving ship North Carolina, and to the Marion. Midshipman George M. Ransom, leave two months. Midship man N. Simons, leave two months. Foreign Porta. Antwerp, lltli? Arr Roman. Charleston. Aden? Ar April 27th, Rattler, Mocha, and Md May 6, for Muscat; May 6, Mohawk, do, and sld 7th for do. Barcelona? Ar 28ih, Erato, Havana, and sailed June J, for Palermo. Bombay, April 30? Arr Edith, (s) NYork; Antelope, Macoa. Sld 8th, Frolic, China. Calcutta, April 11? Arr Coquette, China. 18th, in port, Arno, for Boston, ldg; Aurelius, for do do; Plymouth, for do, 30th; Zenobia, for NYork, 28th; Brighton, for Boston, unc Returned May 18th, Virginia, for Boston? has returned for the third time, and will discharge part of cargo. Cape or Good Hope, April 7? Arr Brewster, Boston, and sld 1 5th for Port Natal. Cardiff, 15th? Arr 9 Carolina, Havre. Cadiz, May 29? Arr James Caskie, Havre. Sailed 30th, Al* bertiua. Rio Grande. Clyde, 5th ? Arr iu. Gleaner, Charleston. Cork, 2d? Sld Ida, Boston. Deal, Jnne 3 ? Arr Ellen, London, and sld for Boston; Gth. Massachusetts, do, sld for NYork and passed Portsmouth 9th: 16th. American, Amsterdam for NYork. Dover. Juue 4?' The Premier, off this port from Nevis, was in contact in lat 39, long 41 . with the Malaga, from Oporto for Boston, since condemned at Fayal. ti.aiNF.un, 28th? Arr Rossia, fin SwiuemundeforNew York; Caroline and John Johusou, Stockholm for NYork; 30th, Ein ma Isadora; Sears, Konigsberg. for Boston; 4th, Maria, Meinel, for do. 8th, arr Kazau, Konignberg for Boston. Off FalmoUTH, nth, Alexander, from N Benford for NYork Falmouth. June 17 ? The Sarah, of Shoreham, for N York, has completed repairs, and reloaded her cargo of iron: will pro bably sail 18th. Genoa? Sld 28th, Hanover, Cadiz. Girhaltah, 3d? Arr Canton, Mobile ; and sailed for Tries te. Sailed 2d. Consort, Leghorn. Gironde, 5th? Arr I, O'Donnell, Charleston. Havana? In port, Clinton, from Bath for Cowes; Gilbert, for freight; John Caskie, fir Boston, ldg: Swan, fm Boston. for freight; L'gonia, do; Olof Wych, do. Sylphide, fm Boston do; Dianthe, do; John Fehrman, fm Liverpool, do; Damaris cotta, do; Loretto Fish, fm New Orleans, disc; Napoleon, do, Hogan, under seizure: Eliza, disc; Prince de Joinville, from Boston, for freight; 1 uscar, do; Eurotas, do; Partridge, disc; Klizabeth. from St. Tnomas. arr22d. Havre. 3d? Arr Moscow, Charleston ; 4th, Chateaubriand, New Orleans ; American, Charleston : 7th, Versailles, 'do. Sailed 5th. Sully, New York ; Rob Roy, Richmond ; lltli Moscow, Charleston ; Merchant, Savannah. HAMRi Rf:,2d ? ArU Wilhelmma, Stonington; 13th, Aurora. Trolk, Philad, Hon(i Konii, Feb 23? Arr Zephyr, Calcutta. Sld Feb 15th. lantke, Manilla; 17th, Belvidera, NYork; 18th, Panama, do; Ann Maria, Singapore. Arr March 6, Clarendon, NYork. via Uatavia; llitli, Huntress, do; Lncaa. Liverpool ; Chile, Hi lav ia Hull, Jnne 9? The Surrey (Br.) from Mobile, gut on the Skitter Sand Uth, got off thia morning. but subsequently took the groimd in the S Channel, where she remains, making ven little watpr. Liverpool. June Arr Canada. New Orleans; Cth, Lanark shire, (nor Lancashire) do; 7th. Alhamra, Mobile; 1) Ritchie, do; 13th, Queen of the West, do; 16th, Omliaka, do: Brewster, do; 17th, Brothers, NYork. Gff port 17th. ( nromandel , from Mobile. _ Cld ICrh, Southerner, N York; 17th, Clyde, do; Paci fic, do; Elizabeth Grimmer, Boston. Adv Henry, for Canton, 22d: Thames, for Havana, 10 da; Brit annia, (s) for Boston, July 4; Columbiana, for do, Jane 29th: Mary Ann, do, 25th; Huron, do, 23d; Laura, do, to succeed thi II; Snffolk, do, with despatch; Dumbarton, do, to succeed the S; TB Wales and Eli Whitney, for do, unc; Persia, dodo; Great Western, (s) do, July 5; Great Britain, (a) do, July 25: fiy Clay, do, June 21; Robt Parker, do, 28th; Warren, do, Jul> 3, (also up for Baltimore): S Baldwin, for I'hilad, June 26; On diaka, for do, with despatch; Octavins, for do, unc; Warsaw, for do, with despatch; Scotia, for Baltimore, 21st; Harkaway. for Vi iginia, July II; Bowditch, for NOrleans. 2 or 3 weeks I'harsalia, for do, 22d; T H Perkins, for do, to succeed the P. Kilby, for do, with despatch. Loni.ow, June 9? Knt inwards, Sophia, fm Porto Rico; llth, (lumber, NOrleans; 18th, Rainbow, Matauzas. Cld 16th, Je.v sore, NYork. In port, 18th, Saldanha, for Boston, ldg. Lisbon, 17th? Arr F de Porn, New York. Marseille*. 30th ? Arr J Allerton. New Orleans ; 12th Mississippi. do ; Beaver, New York Sailed 7th, Whitmore. Palermo ; 10th, Gaston, New York. Off NonTH Foreland, 16th, Foska Helena, fm Amsterdam for NYork. Off Sai.combe, 2d, Sophie, fm NYork for Stettin. Off the Start, 2d, Dorothea, fm NYork for Stettin. Off Swanauk, 10th, Diadem, fm Havre fur NYork Swineminde, lltli? \rr Cathsrina, NYork. SiNfi a pore, March 18 ? ArrChilo, for renang. next day. Tarragona? Sld, Msy6, Roarer, Auehincloss, N' York Trieste? Ar 2.ith, Courier. Nnv York, and sailed June I, for Smyrna; sld June fi, Borneo, Sumatra. Venice? Sld 25th, Frances Ann, Smyrna. Off the Wioht, 13th, Eveline, fm London for NYork. Home Porta. Puri land, July 2? Arr Harraseeket, St Pierre, Mart; Ore gon, Albany. Boston, July 3? Arr London. Gibraltar, last from Cadiz; I.v sander, Cienfuegos; Delaware, Philad- Hoffnung, ( Prna) New castle: Moutilla.St J ago; Joseph Balch,Baltimore; /Jmena,do Comet, Washington, NC;Eifward, Norfolk; Southerner, Phil adelphia; Glide, Albany; Wolcott, NYork; Homer, do; AM Hale, do. Telegraphed, Lvaander, fm . Signal for I ship, I barr | lie and 2 bnjj*. Cld Altorf, Marseilles and Malaga; Car lolta, (Sicilian) Naples and Palermo; Mary, St Domingo; Palin, Philadelphia; Tecumseh, do; Tangier, do; Capt John, do; Vic toria, do; Cocheco, do; Catharine, Baltimore. 2d, arr Jupiter. Glasgow; Alabama, AuxCayes, llrh ult? left, Wilmington, foi Boston, ldg: arr Ceylon, Havana; Mail, NYork; nrr29th, Tan gent, Philad. Providence, July 2 ? Arr Nicholas Brown, Pictou; Lucreti* do; New England, Turks Island; Veto, Bangor; Nanvon, do; Haahet, (Norw) New York, to load oil for Stettin; Van Bureu. Norfolk; Mary, Baltimore; Olive, Philadel'a; Amy W Leeds, do; Middlesex, Albany; Arrival, do; Amity, Rondout; Van Bureu, do; Example, Croton, NY; Providence. Bristol, NY; Radiant, NYork; New York, do: Midas, do. Cld 1st. Zulrtte, Boston. Sld Daniel Webster, and A B Cooley, Philad. 3d, arr Ganges, Norfolk; Moses Brown, Philad; Increase, do; las k Samuel, do. New Haven, Jvly 4? Arr Angora, Porto Rico. Philadelphia, July 4? Arr Manchester, Rotterdam; Cham pion, Lnhec; J Cohen, jr, Turks Island? left Caroline E Pratt, for NYork, 2 ds; arr Bunnah, Liiber; Emily Knight, New Bed ford; Washington. NYork; Adams, Providence: Dolphin, New York. Cld Philadelphia, ( Brein) Bremen, via Baltimore; Ads Kliza, St Barts; Cumberland, Barbadoes and a market: Albert, Boston; Home, do; Robert Wain, do;Openango.do: W M Ro gers, do; Chas Hammond. Amesbury; Port Spain, Shelhuriie, NS; New Zealand, Cambridge: Columbia, Providence; Ora tor, do; Cinderella, do; Nancv Bishop, do; America, do; Tarry Nor, Bristol, Rl- Diadem, do; H Westcott. Somerset; Zone, Medford, Mass; Scitnate, Roxboro; (rerman, Plymouth; Har riet Louisa, Poughkeepsie; S Rosevelt, New Bedford; Bosten, Norwich; Washington. NYork; DM Messerole, do: Plaint, do; Financier, do; Vulcan, do; Ocean, Albany. Jane k Maria, Newark. Baltimore, July 4? Arr Mary Augnata, St Domingo, lBtli ult? left Lincoln, of and for NYork; Lagrange, aid for Boston 15th; arr Harriet, Eastport. Cld Alfred, NBedford, via Rappa hannock. Norfolk, Jnly #? Agenoria, Providence. Hid Adrian, New York . Richmond, July 2? Arr Westphalia, to load at Bermoda Hundred for Bremen; Marietta Burr, NYork; Theodore Kre IsnghnvM n. do, H Deireriat, do; Henry Chase, Fall River: Po tomae, Thomasron , Snsan Ludwig, do; Herd, do; Red Jacket, Fall River. Charleston, July I? Arr Carolina, NYork. In the offing, Sutton, fm NYork: P?iro, fm . Jnne 29. >ld New York, N York; H< r<elia, Liverpool; Theresa, (Sp) Barcelona; 30th, ?ld Ohio, Boston. Savannah, Jnne 30? Cld Augusta. NYork. Sld New Jer sey, do. New Orleans, June 2.V? Cld Centurion. Boston; Columbus, do; Timoleon, Bremen; Orlando, Marseilles and Wenna; A Ik maar, Boston; Marcia, do; Statesman, Liverpool. By L&4 Night's Southern Mail. Philadelphia. July 5? Art Oregou, Hartford. Cld Caro line k Frances, Albany. Oharlmtor. July I? Arr Sntton, Galloway, NYork; Emma. (Swl Tobasco, bound to Oottenbnrg, put in for provisions and water. Savannah. July 1? Sld Colombo, Liverpool; Augusta, New V or If TO LET M. A ROOM, in the fourth story of the bnildiag on th< baildiag ou the northeast corner of Ann w4 Niwu suitable for ur business requiring good light, u it ha* m windows fronting Ann street. Enquire or JAMES CONNER It BON. j3 3trc Corner of N'uwa and Ann sree ts. JtaA TO LET? Front room*, tarnished or onturnished, tumble for any office, in the National Coffee House, SU J^HLBroadway. The proprietor respectfully inform* hi* friends and the pnblic that he has a pleasant eatabliahment, in the vicinity of mercantile business. Billiards and other amuse ments in the house; the p,ice of billiards 13K cfeuts J>er game. The proprietor ha* a atrict regard to the comfort of his visiters, and thst he has combined economy the following prices will show:-i-A room can be had as low as 23 cent* per uight and $1 per week. The |>orter will be in attendance at all time* during the uight; any body who want* to come in at late hour* will "t the hall bell. jejo Sw*je TO LET? The NEW HOTEL, now finishing at Ho bo km, immediately adjacent to the ferry ? built in mo aero stylf, 43 by 30 feet, tliree*torie?, with piazza on two siaes, and containing 17 roam*, with a wing tt by 36fee?; two I-mil'j'"'""!' ' rooms. Tnis Heuae is beautifully situated, commanding a fine view of the city and harbor of New York. to James A. Stevens, Jr., at the ? )ke? Hobokeu Laud and Improvement Com|uuiy, al Hobol _ LOOK AT THIS ! ! JUST RECEI VED ? Another lot of Kreuch Boots, of the best kind, and will be sold at the old price, $3, and tlie lie*t oi r reuch * -alt Bwiu made to order for I.V City made __ . Calf Boots, $3; and the greatest asaortineut of Genu (J. lit er* of all kind* to be found at very low price*. Also, the lineal Calf Shoe*, ?2 ind $?! in. A great variety of all other kinds. I. allies in tin* Store will find a great assortment of Gaiter*, Buskins, Slips, Ties. Piuuells, Satin, Sic. For an assortment of all other kinds Misses and Children'* Boot* and Shoes we cannot be beat iu thiicity. Do not mi* take the number, 361 Broadway, corner of Franklin street. ju3 lm*rh M. CAHILL. ^ KINE FRENCH BOOTS for $3 30: City Made, and ? for style and durability they are equal to those sold for $3, Jm at Youugli Co'* Imperial French Hoot and Shoe Manu facturiug Depot, at No. 4 Ann street, one of the most Fa*h tollable Boot .Vlsnufactorie* in this city. Fine French Drest Boots, made to order, for $1 30; e<inal to tho*e made in other ?tores for $6 and $7. Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, be., made to or der iu the ahortest notice. Mending, Stc , dour in the*tore. Win. M. Youug It Co., Wholeanle and Retail Manufacturers, No. 4 Anu *treet, New York, uear Broadway. WM. M. YOUNG, and Je21 Im're ii.B.JONKS, INFERIOR TO NONE AND SUPERIOR TO MANY, ft BEAUTIFUL light White plain Summer Hat*, price $2,73, which for beauti of finish cannot be mrlwssed. AI*o, Drab Beaver*, Blur Brush and White Castor HaU, all oltlae latest style. Al*o, Panama Hits, very low. C. KNOX, jel9 lm*rc 110 l>ultoii st, between William and Na?sau._ MILLS, HATTER, 178 BROADWAY, HOWARD HOTEL, r? HAS now ready, an assortment of Summer Hats, to which the attention ofgeutlemen is invited, at the fol lowing prices, viz French Pearl (a new article) $401 Prarl Cassimere 3 30 White French (also a new article) 4 00 Smooth White Castor 3 30 Alse, an assortment of Panama, Fine Palm Leaf, Bohemian, aud other Hats. suitable for the season. jeia Im'rrc MILLS, 178 Broadway, Howard Hotel. ROWK'S rB SUPERIOR STYLF. of Gentlemens' Summer Hats art JP??weIl worthy the attention of those about supplying them selves with a pleasant, light and durable Summer Hat, possess ing tlie richness of a Leghorn, aud warranted not to be affected by Wet or damp weather. The assortment consists ill part of, Tearl Cassiineres at $3 30 Silver Pearl do 3 30 Smooth white Castor 4 00 Long nap white Rocky mountaiu Beaver 6 30 to 8 Together with an assortment of Panama aud Bohemian Straw Hats, all of the first quality and most fashionable shape. RO WE, Sales Room 40 William st, my24 lm*rh Merchants' Exchange. MILLINERY AND DRESS MAKING. MRS. ROSE, No. 173 Walker street, New York, re spectfully solioits a call from Ladies wishing any thing in the Millinery or Dress Making line. jel4 Im'rh # LADIES' FASHIONABLE HATS. CARL KING, the well known and celebrated first premium Straw Hat and Lace Neopolitau.*^c Manufacturer, 17 Division street, informs the public that his Straws and Lace Neapolitans are of a superior quality, aud war ranted to clean, made in the most faskionable shape, called the Cottage Gipsey. N. B.? Lace Neapolitan Hats $2 each. Milliners supplied by the case or dozen at reasonable prices, at the Lace Neapolitan Manufactory, 17 Division street, ma lm*rc CARL KING IMPORTATION OF WATCHES. RECEIVED from Switzerland, by packet ship Zurich, an assortment of Watches and Movements ol every description and ef first quality, ready for the wholesale trade, at moderate prices. DELACHAU8E & MA1RE, juT lm*rc No. 127 Fulton street. New York. ROULSTONE'S RIDING SCHOOL, 137 and 130 Mercer Street. MR. JOHN S. ROULSTONE ha* the honor to inform his friends and the public in general, that his School for Instruction iu Horaemanahio it now open ,y aud evening, as follows Hour* for Geutlemen from S to t A. M. " " Ladies " I A. M. to 3 P. M. Terms of instrnction made known on application to Mr Roulston*. Mr. R. has just received from the country several fine and stylish Saddle Horses, which lie is authorised to sell at a rea sonablr price. my7rc BURDEN'S PATENT HORSE-SHOES BEING NOW ON SALE by the principal dealers in hardware in the United States are all warranted per feet in form and made of the very best refined iron, and sold at a fraction over the price of iron in tlie bar Every shoe which may be found uot in accordance with the above recommendation will be received back and the money refunded, with all expenses from the most distant parts of the country. H. BURDEN. Agent, my 18 lm"rre Troy Iron and NailFactory. 0 MORNING BOAT FOR ALBANY. yga AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS. gL tl4L>T3>-'nif splendid steamboat SOUTH AMERI SmJULCA, Captain H. M. Truesdell, will leave the foot of Barclay street (north aide of the Ferry) on Saturday morning, July 5th, fat 7 o'clock. 0"Breaklast and Dinner on board. For passage apply on board the boat. Usnal Landings? Caldwell's, West Point, Newburgh, Pough keeps ie, Hyde Park, Rhinebeck, Redhook, Marian, Cats kill, Hudson, Coxsackie, Kinderhook and New Baltimore. jy4rc VVII.L1A MSB URQH AND PECK SUP FERRY. The Trotters of this Ferry, believing that there are many of the citizens of New York and vicinity that are unacquainted with the facilities this Kerry affords as a pleasant communication with Willianuburi *nd Long Island, would state that there are two good Ferry Boats on this Kerry, which leave Peck Slip every fifteen or twenty minutes throutn the d ?y np to 5 o'clock, P. M., and then np to f o'clck, at each even hour and halfhour; after which a boat leave* at 9 o'clock and 10 o'clock The last boat leaving Williamsburg at half-past 9 o'clock, P. M. P. S ?On the evening of July 4th, the boat will continue to run until 12 o'clock. jy2 lm*rc MORNING LINE AT 7 O'CLOCK, /rtl FOR ALBANY TROY and intermedial, landings, from the steamboat Pier at the foot ol 3K*3^3B?Barclay street. Brvakfast and Dinner on board the boat. Leaves New York at 7 o'clock, A. M., Tuesdays, Thursday* ind Saturday, and Troy at S o'clock, A. M., Albany at 7 o'clock A. M. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The low-pressure steamboat TliOY, Captain A. (iorham, ?? Tuesdays, Thursdays ami Saturdays, at 7 o'clock. The steamboat NIAGARA, Captain A. Degroot, on Mon day, Wednesday and Friday, at 7 oxlock. For passage or freight, apply on board, or to F. B. Hall, at th? office on the wharf. Notice ? All goods, freight, biurt; age, batik bills, specie, or an \ other kind of property taken, shipped, or put on board this boat, must be at the risk of the owners of such goods, Ireikht. bag jage, kc. jelgrc NOTICE. STATEN ISLAND FERRY FOOT OF WHITEHALL STREET. FARE 61 CKNT8. On and after Saturday. 7th June, the Steamboats SYLPH and ?STATEN ISLANDER will leave New York every hout etcept 5 P. M., commencing at 8 A. M., until 7 P. M. Leave Stat en Island every hour etcept 4, commencing at I A. M., until 7 P. M. ju7m PEOPLES' LINK OK STEAMBOATS KOH ALBANY, DAILY? Sundays Excepted? l^irough Di ? redt, at 7 o'clock P. M., from the Pier betweei .Courtl.nidt and Liberty street*. Steamboat ROCHESTER, Captain R. U. Cruttrnden. wil leave on Mouday. Wednesday and Friday Kveninus, at7 o'clock SteambnatKNICKKRBOCKK.lt, Captain A. Houghton, will '#ave on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings, at 7 o'clock At So'clork P.M., landing at intermediate places, from the foot of Barclay street ;? Steamboat NEW JERSEY, Capt. R. H. Furey, will leave on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday Afternoons, at 4 o'clock. Steamboat NORTH AMERICA. Captain L. W. Bmmard will leave on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Afternoons, at I ?'clock. Passenger* taking either of the above Line* will arrive in Alba ly in ample time for the Morning Train ol Cars for the east oi west. The Boat* are new and substantial, are furnished with new and ?Ingant state rooms, and for speed and accommodations are un rivalled on the Hudson. Freight talus at moderate rates. All persons are forbid trusting any of the Boat* of thi* Line, without a written order from the C?|*aitu or Agents. For passage or freight, apply on board the boats, or to P. C. Jcrraiti. at the office on die wharf. jeSfltn NEW YORK, ALBANY AND TROY LINE. .M?n FOR ALBANY AND TROY DIRECT at 7 o'clock, P. M.? The steamboat EM jKmJKSLPIRE, Captain R, B. Macy, will leave the steamboat pier foot of ConitJandt street, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon, at 7 o'clock. The steamboat COLUMBIA, Captain Wm. H. Peck, every Mcpday, Wednesday a< d Friday afternoon, at 7 o'clock. For Passage or Fraight apply on board, or at the office ou th' wharf. jtif FOR SALE? FREIGHT OR CHARTER-The iMfy very last ssiling packet ship, MISSISSIPPI, r.iO tons. jHttMabuilt in this city by Brown It Bell, salted on the stock*, and malted every year live oak and and locust top, live oak apron, semson stem frame, and forward and after cant frames? newly coppcrod and hi perfect order for a three years voyage ? has accommrldatious for 26 passengers. Appl) on board at Orlean*' wharf, foot of Wall stieet, or to tfju6m E. K. COLLINS k Co., M South street. FOR NEW ORLEANS? Loa is lana and New WWVYork Line Regular Packet, to sail Monday. 2l?t JjJPjPSninstant? The elegant fast sailing packet ship OHWK OO, Capt. Wood, will positively sail as above, her regular day. For freight or passage, having handsome famished accom modations, apply on board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall st, ofto E. K. COLLINS It CO., M South st. I ositively no goods received on board after Saturday eveuing 19th instant. Agent in New Orleans James E.Woodruff, who will prompt lyjorward all goods to his adddress. Jlrc PASSAGE KOR HAMBURO-With Despatch-^ wRMV The Splendid new packet ship SILAS HOLMES, JMapKr -apt. C. C. Berry, will sail ** above, and can very comfortably accommodate a limited number of of passengers in Iabm and Steerage. This ship having been built eipressly for a lew Orleans packet her accommodations are of the best and most eoslly description. Person* wishing to*ecnre berth* shonld make early application on board^orto j ^ TAPSCOTT, mviW rr eorner Hontb street and Maiden lane OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE ,0|< KICK, 61 South St.? Passage from England, Ire -'"??I Mrotlsnd and Wales? Those sending for their friends would do well to svail themselves of the opportunity of making their arrangements with the subscribers on very mode rate terms, by first class packet ship*, sailing from Liverpool Draft* ran a* ?*nal be fnrnished lor any amonnt, payable throughout the United Kingdom. Apply to JOHN II r.H DM AN, 61 South St. The mail steamer Hihernia sail* frem Boston on the 16tl ' bv w oich letters rsa be forwarded quickly. mvt HKSW-HtoM very soparior water rotted Heasn, fn by K. K COLLINS k Co., lire M South str for sale SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. BLOOMINGDALE, MANHATTANVILLE, AND FORT WASHINGTON STAGES, Will commence running in the following order, on Saturday, May the 17th, 1845, leaving ? ? ? ~ Mmili???nvilli? at 8 o'clock, A. M., and con tinue ?*? iy lulf hour uutil 7 o'clock, P. M. Leaving New York, corner of Chatham and j' Try on Row, atC A.M., and rontinue every half hour until I . M. Stages to Carmanivilla Trinity Church Cemetery and Fort Washington, every hour through the day, from 7 A. M. to 7 P. M. Fare to Manhattanville UK ceuta; Carmantville 1|X; Fort Washington 25 cents. B.MOORE, jyj lm*rc Proprietor. uAlf LINE FOR NEW PORT AND PROVIDENCE. VIA LONO ISLAND BAIL ROAD. On Thursday, the 3d of July, a train will leave I the Depot at Brooklyn, at 8% o'clock, and con Lnect witli the Steamer Worceater, at Green jwrt rait $1. The regular days of runuing will hereafter be Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday*, commencing next wext. Brooklyn, July 2, 1815. jyl 2wrc FARE TO BALTIMORE 91. Throuprh in Seven Hour*. NEW CASTLE AND FRENCHTOWN RAIL ROAD AND STEAMBOAT LINE. mmm The unrivalled Steamboat RO^iHT AKmRlSTt^punTj! M. Douglass, will, on and after Monday, June 16, leave Dock street wharf, daily, (except Sundays, ) at 3 o'clodt, P. M. Pas sengers will arrive iu Baltimore at about 10 P. M. Fare ouly *>? . This Line is composed of the following spleudid and fast Steam boats t? Kobert Morris Captain J. M. Douglass. Ohio. . . Captain L. Davis. Constitution. Captain J. Chaytor. George Washington Captain J. Trippe. This Line leaves Bowly's wharf, Baltimore at 3 P. M.? Tickets for Wheeling and Pittsburg can be procured on board the boat. UNITED STATES MAIL LINES FOR BALTIMORE. Pare 2 ? Through in Six Hours. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI MORE RAILROAD LINE. Via Chester, Wilmington, Klkton, Hav re de Grace, Sic tfsaa Cta and after Wednesday next. June 2Jth, the fare between Philadelphia and Baltimore, by the Mail Lines, will be reduced to $2. The Trains will leave as follows: ? From Philadelphia, I From Baltimore, Depot lllli and Market streets. Depot in Pratt street. Daily, except Sunday. at 8 AM. | Daily, exc, Sunday, at 9 A M. And Daily, at 4 P. Si . | And Daily , at 8 P.M. Wheeling and Pittsburgh? Tickets through to Wheeling and Pittsburgh can be had at the Depot. Eleventh and Market sts, ... CL it. HUDDELL, Agent, r or further informatiou. apply to J. L, SLEMMER, at the office of Adains & ("o. 17 Wall street. June 21th, lllli. je29ec ~ LONTFTsLAND RAILROAD COMPANY^ REDUCED FARES. 8 U M M E R A R R A N G E M E N T , TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS, Ou and after 11th June, 1845. Prom Brooklyn Depot ? Boston Tmiu? A. M. daily, Sundays excel 'led, stopping it Farmingdale and St. George's Manor. Accommodation Train? 9%" A. M and 5 P. M. for Farming dale and intermediate places, daily, Sundays excepted. Accommodation Train, 3 P.M. for Greenport, daily, Sundays excepted, stopping at Jamaica, Branch, Hempstead, and Hicks rillf, and all the stopping places betweeu Hicksville and GreeuiHirt. fYcw Oreenport Depot ? Boston Train, daily, Sundays excepted, at 12% o'clock M., or on the arrival of the steamers from Norwich. Accommodation Train? At 5 A.M., daily, Sundays excepted, for Brooklyn and intermediate places. Fruin Farmingdale IJepot ? Accommodation Train. 6% A- M. and 2% P. M., daily, Sun days excepted, for Brooklyn and intermediate places. Prom Jamaica Depot ? Extra Traiu, 1% P. M. daily, Sundays excepted, for Brook lyn and intermediate places. The Bostou Trains stop ouly 4t Farmingdale and St. George's Manor. The Accommodation Trains stop at the following places on the road, going both ways to receive and deliver passen gers, viz: Bedford I Deer Park . . 6V East New York 12 % Thompson 88 Kace Course .... 18V Suffolk Station 1 00 Trotting Course 18% Lake Road Station 1 18V Jamaica 25 Medforil Station 1 18\ Brushville 31'.. Milleville 1 50 Hyde Padt, 17 miles 37% St. George's Manor. ... 1 62 Clowsville, ^during ses- _ Riverhead I 62 sion Court,) 37% Jamesport 162, uck '"arle Place 44 " Southold. 1 62 Hempstead 37% Mattetuck 1 62; Hicksville 44 Boston Train 3 00 Branch 37% Cutchoifue 162% Carle Place 44 Southold 1 62% Westbury 44 Greenport, Acc'n. train. 1 75% Farmingdale 62% Stages are in readiness on the arrival of Trains at the several Stations, to take passengers at very low Fares, to all parts of the Island. Baggage Crates will be in readiness at the foot of Whitehall <treet, to receive Baggage for the several Trains, 30 minutes be fore the hour of starting from the Brooklyn side. IfT^Rockaway Baggage taken in separate Crates. julOrc TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS. -lyjBi b p EXPRESS AND PIONEER PACKET LINE, Froin Philadelphia to Pittsliurgh via the Pennsylvania Rail roads and ('aual? through in 3% day*. The above line is now in full operation and offers great inducements to persons who wish i pleasant mode of travelling to the west. The cars are built in the most approved modern style, the boats are fitted up in a superior manner, and every effort is made by the proprietors to conduce to the comfort and convenience of travellers. The scenery on this route is unrivalled, and tiie Sreat chain of Pennsylvania internal improvements is well woi ly of being seen. By this route paueugers avoid all the fatigues and dangers at tendant upon stage travelling, and at the same time make an ex peditions trip. The cars leave every morningat 7 o'clock. Passengers aw ad vised to engage their places at Philadelphia. Office in Philadel phia N. E. corner of Chesuut and Fourth streets, and at Not. 13 and 15 South Third sts. A. CUMMINGS, Agent. Philadelphia, May 17, 1845. For information, in the city of New York, apply to B. H. KNlSELL. Agent lor D. LEECH It CO.'i Line. 7 West st, N. R. my 17 6m"rrc FROM BOSTON TiJTHlLADELPHIA IN A DAY. "laPW1 rHK TRAINS upon the LONG ISLAND RAILROAD are now arranged for passenger* to leave Boston at 6 o'clock ind arrive in New Vork at 4, as was the case l ist evening; and take the Philadelphia train at quarter before i, and arrive there at II P. M. mymf NOTICE.? On and alter Monday, the 9tli m slant, the car that leaven City Hall at six o'clock in the morning for William's Bridge, will leave at J^^QE__hair past five: returning, will leave William's Bridge at 'even o clock. The car that leaves City Hall in the evening at half past six o'clock for Harlem, will leave at six o'clock, and will run to William's Bridge; returning, leave William's Bridge at seven o'clock and twenty minutes, juS rrc ?OR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. THE Royal Mail Steam Ships C ALEDO NIAand HIBERNIA, will leave Boston for Uhe above ports, a* follows:? Caledonia, E. G. Lott, E*q., Commander, Tuesday, July 1st Hibernia, Alex. Ryrie, " " Wednesday, July 16th. Passage to Liverpool $120. Passage to Halifax 30. Apply to D. B1UOHAM, Jr. , Agent, 6 Wall st. je 26 quick desp KOR GLASGOW -Regular Packet.-The well known, fast sailing British Barque ANN HARLEY, .Duncan Smith, master, 450 tons, will meet with qnick despatch. Kor freight or passage, having excellent accommodation* apply on board pier 8 N. R., or so WOODHULL fc MIN TURNS, jyjrc 87 S mth street I'Oit liELIZE, Honduras? Barque JOHN R. JflfJMfVUARDN Kit. Ja-nes Pedersrn, master, will have JHBBKMl:lt'S|iatch for the above port. Kor freight or passage, having superior accommodations, ap ply to the Captain on board, Pier 9 E. R., or to j3 5t?rc v. ALEXANDRE, M Sooth st. PACKETS KOR HAVIIK-Second Line-Tlw packet ship BALTIMORE, Captain Edward Kunk, jBpUlfi|will sail on tlie 1st of August. For freight or passage ai>ply to BOYD k HINCKEN, No. 9 Tontine Buildings, coi. Wall and Water street! l>2 re KOR LONDON? Regular packet of lOih July? The well-known, fast sailing packet ship WEL LINGTON. Captain Charles Chadwick, will posi tively sail as ahove. her ngular day Has splendid accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers, who will he taken at reasonable rates, if early application be made oil board the shin, foot of Maiden Lane or, to JOSEPH McMI'HRAY, i2re Corner of Pine and South street. KOR ANTWERP-The splendid ship DEVON mH^VSHIRE. Capt. , will meet with quick despatch jBptiaafor the aWe port . For passage, having handsome fnrnished accommodation* for cabin passengers. and alio for *econd cabin passengers in the house on deiHi, apply to j*7 J. HERDMAN. 61 Bonth ?tre*t. KOR LIVERPOOL? The *upenor ?hip NEr TIjNE, Captain Peach, will sail on her regular day. i Kor passage, having unsurpassed arcoinmodatious in the Cabin only, apply to JOHN HERDMAN, jeZ7 rc 61 South street. SH7Z KOR LIVERPOOL-The .New Line? Regular Packet SIM July? The superior fast sailing Packet ship JIOTTINOUiiR. 1050 tons, Capt. Ira Bursley, will L B-.ove. her regular day. . Kor frt ight or [mssage. having excellent and anptrior accom 'Hodatnius, " 1 qV) OH UlIl* k' M I NITJTIn, *17 Sonth.tre*. Price of passage *100. . ,, , .. 'I he Pncuet Hi-.ip l.iveritool, 1150 ton*, Capt John Eldridge, #,11 I (i,e Hottinguer, and *ail on her regular day. 2d of lAagiist. )>?"? I tr ? : kor SALE, FREIGHT OR CHARTER? The "" very fast sailing barque HOME, Captain Watts, bnilt _____>in Baltimore one year since of the best materials, carries about 4,000 barrel*, and ha* handsome accommodations ror twenty passenger*. Apply to Captain Watts, on board, at Pike street wharf or to E. K. COLLINS Ik CO. (IT rc M Bonth street. II E AT? iw bushels prime Illinois Wheat,! anding ex ship 0*wei;O from New Orlean*. and for sale in lot* to *ait purchasers, riy E. K. COLLINS It CO., IQre M Wnnth street THE NEW YORK HERALD. JAMEH 60RBUN BKMKTT, "Proprietor. Circulation? Forty Thousand. DAILY" IIKKALD ? Every day. Price !i cant* per iopy- < 7 ?;* per annum? payable in Rdvnnce. WEEKLY H Kit A LIJ ? Every Saturday ? Price flj cent* (>er copy? lit cent* per annum ? pR/nhle in advance. ADVERTISEMENTS at the uiuat price* ? alway* ?a*h in advance. PRINTING of all kinda executed with beauty and ???patch. Otf All lettera or communication*, by mail,addm**ed to the establishment, mint be po*t paid, or the poitgge will be deducted from the ?ub?crlption money remitted JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PaoreixToa or tm? Nkw Yoaa Hitasi.n E*Tsai.um**l?T Northweit corner of Fulton and Nauau ?trf>at?

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