Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 2, 1845, Page 1

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THE NEW Vol. XI., Ho. ?:sl?Wholo Ho. ?10!4. NEW YORK, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1845. PrlM Two Condi THE NEW YORK HERALD. JAMBB UORIMN BKMKTT, Proprietor. Circulation?Forty Thousand. DAILY HERALD?Every <1uy. Price 9 cent* pel copy?$7 26 per annum?payable in advance. V/EEKLY HERALD?Every Saturday?Price<4 cent* per copy?$3 121 cents per annum?payable in advance. A D VERT1BEMENT3 at the uiuol price*?alwayi cash in udvauce. PRINTING ol all kind* executed with beauty and despatch. Cy- All letter* or communication*, by moil, addresaed to the establishment, must be post punk or the poitag* Will bo deducted from the subxcription money renuttod JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PaoraiaToa or tmk New Yore Hk.ai.h Estabm?bm*iit r?orr?#?i* fit Fviltnn arw! Vssflan ROCK AIVA V ST A GES, ON and after Auguit 1st, 1?45. will leave the City Motel, at 3>{ o'clock P.M. daily, Sundays excepted, for Far Rockaway. Re uaat, it-.?>us ih>- i'aviliou at7% A. M., lor New York, cross ing M the South Ferry. All order* to be left at 3,0 Pearl street, aul lra-rc H. CONKLIN. MAIL. LINE FOR BOSTON. DAILY OVER THE LONG ISLAND RAIL ROAD, VIA new mxnox, Norwich <j- Worcester. At <1 o'clock in the Morning, from the Foot of Whitehall at reel, South Ferry?Sundays excepted. Way Crates are in readiness to receive bnggage for New Loudon, Norwich and Wurcester. Baggage for Boston goes through under lock. juI6 tfrc FOR NEWPORT ANJ) PROVIDENCE. FARE FIFTY CENTS FOR THE SEASON. On Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, over tlieLong lit uid llail Road to Greenport, thence to Newport and Provi dence in a splendid and commodious Sound Steamer. This Line leaves at 8 o'clock in the Morning, from the Foot of Whitehall street, South Ferry. ju 16 tl rc FARE TO BALTIMORE #3. Through in Seven Hour*. NEW CASTLE AND FRENCHTOWN RAIL ROAD AND STEAMBOAT LINE. The uurivullrd Steamboat ROBERT MORRIS, Captain J. M. Douglass, will, on and after Monday, June 16, leave Dock street wharf, daily, {except Sundays,) at 3 o'clock, P. M. Pas sengers will arrive in Baltimore atabout 10 P. M. Fare only This Line is composed of the following splendid and fast Steamboats:? . Robert Morris, Captain J. M. Douglass. Ohio Captain L. Davis. Constitution Captain J. Chaytor. George Washington Captain J. Trippe. This Line leaves Bowly's whHrf, Baltimore at 3 P. M.? Tickets for Wheeling and Pittsburg can be procured on board the boat. UNITED STATES MAIL LINES FOR BALTIMORE. Fare $3?Through in Six Hours. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI MORE Railroad line. Via Chester, Wilmington, Elkton, avredeGrace,fcc. On and after Wednesday next. June 25th, the fare between Philadelphia and Baltimore, by the Mail Lines, will be reduced ?^he Trains will leaves* follows:? From Philadelphia, I From Bnltimore, Depot 11th and Market streets. Depot in Pratt street. Daily, eveept Sunday,at 8 A.M. | Daily, exc, Sunday, at 9 A M. And Daily, at 4 P. M. | And Daily,at 8I'.M. Wheeling and Pittsburgh?Tickets through to Wheeling and Pittsburgh can be had at the Depot. Eleventh and Market st*. O. H. HUDDELL, Agent. For further information, apply'to J. L, SLEMMER, at the office or Adams Ik Co. 17 Wall street. June 24th,J815. je29ec^ LONG ISLAND RAILROAD COMPANY. REDUCED FARES. SUMMER ARRANGE MEN T, TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS, Ou and after 14th Juuc, 1345; From Brooklyn Depot? Boston Train?8% A. M. daily, Sundays excepted, stopping at F&rmingdale and St. George's Manor. Accommodation Train?A. M and 5 I. M. for harming dale and intermediate placesJuaily. Sundays excepted. Accommodation Train, 3 P. M. for Green port, daily, Sim days excepted, stopping at Jamaica, Branch, Hempstead, aud liicks ? il!c, mid all the st(g?ping places between Hicksville and Greenport. From Greenport Depot? Boston Traiu, daily, Sundays excepted, at 12)f 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. From Farmin*dale Depot? Accommodation Train, 6% A-M. and P. M., daily, Sun days excepted, for Brooklyn and intermediate places. From Jamaica Depot? , Extra Train, P.M. daily, Sundays excepted, for Brook lyn and intermediate places. ... . ? g-i ? The Boitou Trains stop ?nly at harmingdale and St. Oeorge % The Accommodation Trains stop at Sie following places on the road, going both ways to receive and deliver passeu SedVortL ? Dfer Park 69 List New York 12? Thompson., Rice Course 1?X Suffolk Station. 100 Trotting Course 13^ Laky Koad Station 1 18j Jamaica 24 Medford Station 1 18} Brushville 31* Milleville... j 40 Hyde PaHc, 17 miles 37>< bt, George's Manet.... 62 Ulow.ville, (during ses- Riverhead J 62 sion Cou*,) Jam.-,port... ., 62> Hempstead 37>S Mattetuck 1 62, Branch 37)4 Cutchogue 1 62' Carle I'lace 44 Soutliold............ 1 62L West burr 44 (ireenport, Acc u. train. 1 hickVrille 44 ^ Boston Train 2 00 Farmiugdale . ? ? ? ?? ??? ? 62? Stages are in readiness on the arrival of Trams at tne several Stations, to take passengers at very low Fares, to all parts cftlie ^Baggage Crates will be in readiness at the foot of Whitehall street, to receive Baggage lor the several Trains, 20 minutes be fore the hour of starting from the Brooklyn side, iey ? Kockawny Baggage taken in separate ('rates. julOrc TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS. fflrifitt "F./Tl'liE.^ANliTTuNKMT P ACK ET LINE, FromPhiladelphia to Pittsburgh vis the Pennsylvania Re.il roidaand ('.anal?through in 3)i day*. J he above liue is now in full operation and offers great inducements to persons who wish a pleasant mode of travelling to the west. The car, are built in the most Bpproved modern style, the boats are lilted up in a su|**rior manner, and every effort is innde hv the proprietors to conduce to the comfort and convenience Oi traveller,. The acenery on this route i? unrivalled, and tne great ulmin of Pennsylvania internal improvement* it well woi Sy this r.^ute passengers avnid all the fatigues and danger* at tendant upon stage travelling, nr.d at the same tune make an ex PfThe?caririeave every morningnt 7 o'clock. Passengers ate ad vised to engage their i-lacea at Philadelphia. Office in l hiladel phia N. E. corner of Chesnut Fourth streets, and at Not. 13 nnil 14 South Third su. A. CUMMlNGS, Agent. Philadelphia, May 17, 1845. . For information, in the city of New York, apply to ft. H. KNISELL. Agent for D. LEECH 1* CO.'* Line. 7 Westst, N. K. my 17 6m?rrc FOR SALE. FREIGHT OR CHARTKR-The VrJNfVvery last sailing N. York built packet ship YA/OO, <>?ii tons, live oak aud locust top, live oak transom, nmoii tnd forward and after rants, carries 2200 bales New Or leans cotton, and has handsome furnished accommodations lor 26 passengers. Apply ou boardat Jones ^ or.to^^ & ,-0 , y2o ec % South street. FOB BALE, FREIGHT OR CHARTKR-The U^VrVvery fast sailing barque HOME. Captain Watts, built MiMt?iin Haitimore one year since of the best materials, J une, sl-out 4,000 barrels, and has handsome accommodations for twenty passengers. Apply to Captain WiffU, on board, at riD? T"* ' ?' l? COLL'^S?ntl(,.,reet. FOR NEWCASTLE, ENGLAND.?The well knowu. fast sailing coppered and copper-l.steucd sliip RAMBLER, Baxter, Master" having all her InM^^rcivht engaged, will sail in a few days. Flight freight, or pnasajtej AUI IV L 87 Eolith strret FOR LI VERPOOL?Packet of the 6;h September b?The splendid new packet ship HENRY 4 LA * ? mK. Nye, master, 12V40 tons burthen, will sail as above, her regular day. . Having unsurpassed accommodations for cabin, second cabin nnd steerage passengers, persons wishing to secure berths should make early application on board, foot of Maiden Lane, or to I?subscriber, JOSEPH MeMURRAY. 100 Tine street, comer of South Wreet. The splendid packet shin Patrick llenry, J. C. Delano, mas ter, HMO '"lis burthen, will succeed the llenry Clay, and sail the6th October. e!4 rc PaCkETs FOR HAVRE.-!Second Line.) The Packet Ship UTICA, Captain Frcd;nck Hew i itt, will sail on the 1st September. -f^Trcight or paaaagc. apply tOBovD & HIfJCKEJ?g( ,4 vC No. 9 Tontine Bnilding, ci.r Wnll and W ntar ?t*. FOR LIVERPOOL?The N. w Line-Regular k. r.,i'let of 21st Ht'ptcmhvr.?The snprrior fast sailing topacki't ahip (RjF.EN OK THE WEST. 1250 tons, i|4 Philip rt'oodhomr,dridgc, will sail as above, Wvr regular "f orfreight or ,ias.age, having.plendul, larga and comfortable . ? rooms and cabin, apply on board, weal side Burling slip, woodhulL u minturn. 87 South stieet. I'rice of passage $t(M). yne packet ship Horli*?ter, 880 tons, Cant. John lJritton, u.ll succeed the Queen of the West, auu sail on her regn iTIilsV. 21tt October. jy28 ' W \NTEDIMMEDIATELY-A ship to load lor rW Ala .1 IM' iiviivi r.niA I wJT' n ,0I,t^,prl1 pot?Appier Loll*. WIU COLLINS U CO., Vt hi.nlh slreet HUH LIVKRPOOL?New Line?Hegnlar Packet of liie Willi Sept?The elegant fast sailing Packet iShiii SHERIDAN, Capt. tleo. B. Cornish, of 11011 ton., wo''all a* above, her regular day. For freight or paaaage, having accommodations nueqnalled for splendor or comfort, apply on board, at Orleans whurf.foot of Wall strait, orw ^ COLLINS It CO., 46 South street. Psckrftfidp^sm'ck', Capt. B H. Traek, Will SUceee.l tlie silwidau. wd sail !?tl? Octob?r, hff regnltr day. sn?#ro PEOPLES' LINK OK STEAMBOATS FOB ALBANY. M* DAILY?Sundays Excepted?Through Di x2y " i^ar"fl*r,'at' 7 o'clock I' M , fiwin tlie Pur between SKaaaJBasK-Courtln nit and Liberty streets Steamboat ROCHESTER, Captain K. (J. Criuuuden. will leave 011 Monday Weduesday and Friday Eveuiugs, at 7 o'clock. Steamboat KNICKERBOCKER, Captain A Houghton, will leave on Tueaday, Tliuraday and Siturday Evenings, at 7 o'clock. At i o'clock P.M., lauding at intermediate placet, from the foot Of Barclay street :? Steamboat SOUTH AMKH1CA, Capt M. H- Trueadell. will leave on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday Afternoons, at 5 o'clock. Steamboat NORTH AMERICA, Captain L. W. Brainard, will leave ou Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Afternoon*, all u'click. Passengers taking either of the above Lines will arrive in Alba ay in ample tune for die Morning Train ol Cars for tlie east or The Boats are new and substantial, are furnished with new and elegant state rooms. and for speed and accommodations are un rivalled ou the Hudson. Freight taken at moderate rates. All persons are forbid trusting any of the Boats of this Line, without a written order from tlie Captains or Ageuts. t'nr......... freight. aiil'ly on board the boats, or to r. C. For passage or freight, apply < ScMiifv, at trie office on the wbar' LONDON LINK OK PACKETS-Pscke- ol 7th ? September?The splendid and favorite picket ship jJKMSbPHII' \DELPHI A, UKJU tons burthen, Capt. K. Dunn, will ail on MONDAY, Sept. 8th, h?r regular day. The ships of this Iiue being all ICHHI tons anil upwards, per sons about to embark for tlie old country will not fail to seethe advantages to be derived from selecting this line in* preference to any other, as their great capacity renders them every way inore comfortable and convenient than ships of a small class, oid their accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers, it is well known, are superior to those of any other line of packets. Persons wishing to secure beilhs should not fiil to make early application on board, at Pier No. 6, North River, or to W. St J. T. TAP8C0TT, At their General Passage Office. 7J South at., corner of Maiden Lane. Persons wishing to send for their friends, can have them brought out in this magnificent picket, or any of the tegular line, siilingen the 1st. 6tli, 7th. Iltli. 16th. 81st and 26tli of every mouth, on (ivoruble terms. Application to be made as above. Drifts for any atnouut, payable on ileinaiul. without discount i" ail the principal towns of England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, can at all times he obtained ou application (if by letter post paid) as above. -i * FOR LONG BRANCH, OCEAN HOUSE, RUM80N, EATON TOWN, SHREWSBURY k MANASQUAN. The Uew and elegant low pressure steamer s ED WIN LEWIS, Capt. Corliss, will leave .from Catharioe Markrt, guuehing at PierNo. 1 E. It., each way, as follows:? Leaves New York. Leaves Knton Town, Aug.13?Wednesday, l#)g A.M. Aug.13?Wednesday, 3 . ..... II?Thursday, II " M?Thursday, 3 " 15?Fri 'ay, 12 M. 15?Friday, 4 " If,?Saturday, 1 r ?t. 16?Sn'urday, 5 " 17?Sunday, 6'ja.m. 17? Sunday, 4 " 18?Monday, 7 " 16?M inday, 3 " 19?Tuesday, 71." IE?iuesilny, 4 " 2(1?Wednesday, 6ja " 20?Wednesday, lOj-i A M. 21?Thursday, 7 " 21?Thursday, II " 22?Friday, 7% " 22?Friday. \\% " 23?Saturday, 8 " 23?S-turaay, 12 M. 24?Sunday, 7 " 21?Sunday, l,'a P.M. 25 ?Monday, 8>i " 25?Monday, 1 " 26?Tuesday, 9 " 26?Tuesday, 2 " 27?Wednesday, 10 " 27?Wednesday, 2 " 28?Thuisday, 11 " 28?Thursday, 3 " 29?Friday, 11>? " 29?Friday, 4 " 30?Saturday, 12 M. 30?Saturday, 4 " SI?Sunday, 6 a.m. 3t?Sunday, 4 " Stages will be in readiness to convey passengers to all parts of the country. a!3 rc MORNING LINK AT 7 O'CLOCK, FOR ALBANY, TROY and intermediate ? landings, from the Steamboat Pier at the foot o ??????. B arc I ay s t rect. Ur?aklost and Dinner on board the boat. ELeaves New York nt7o'clock, A.M., Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday, and Troy at 6 o'clock, A. M., Albany ut 7 o'clock A. M. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The loyv-pressure steamboat TROY, Captain A. Gorham, ok Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 7 o'clock. The steamboat NIAGARA, Captain A. Degroot, on Mon day, Wednesday and Friday, at 7 o'clock. For passage or freight, apply ou board, or to F. B. Hall, at the office on the wharf. Notice?All goods, freight, baggage,bank bills, specie, or any other kind of property taken, shipped, or put ou board this boat, must be at the risk of tlie owners of such goods, freight, hag gage, kc. jeUrc NOTICE. STATEN ISLAND FERRY, FOOT OF WHITEHALL STREET. The Steamboats SYLPH amNSTATF.N I8LANDER will leave New York every hour except 5 P. M., commencing at I A. M., until 7 P.M. Leave Stateu Island every hour except 4 P. M.j, commencing at 8 A. M., until 7 P. M. N. B.?On Suudays the Boats will leave every hour from 8 A. M., until 1 1*. M., and from 1 P. M. until 7 P. M., every hall hour. jyli NEW YORK, ALBANY AND TROY LINE. xMFOR ALBANY AND TIIOY DIRECT. 7 o'clock, P. M ?The steamboat EM "'"f Captain R. B. Macy, will leave the steamboat pier foot or Conrtlaudt street every 1 uesday, L'hursil'ty aud Saturday afternoon. at < o clock. Tht steamboat C OLUMB 11A, C-aptain Wm. ? tytrf Monday, Wednesday and Kndavafternoon, at7 o clock. ? or Passage or Freight apply on board, or at the officers the rrff DRAFTS ON GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND?Persons wishing to remit mo ney to their friends in auy part of England. Ireland, Scotland ur Wales, can he supplied 'with draft* payable at sight, without dis count, for any amount, from ?1 upwards, at the following places, viz: In England?The National and Provincial Bank of Eng land; Messrs. J. Bnrued Co , Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool; Messrs. James Bill t it S-n, Loudon, and branches throughout England and Water. In Ikhi.and.?The Nntioual Bank of Ireland, and Provin cial Bank and branches throughout Ireland. In Scotland?The Eastern Bank of Scotlaud, National Bank of Scotland, (Jreenock Banking Company, and branches throughout Scotland. . 'i he steamship Cambria, tails from Boston oil the I6lh An gust, by which all drafts cau he forwarded free. Apply to ' W. & J. T. TAPSCOTT 76 South sf. cor. Maiden lane. jv!9 rc FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. THE Royal Mail Steam Ships CAM BUI A and HIBERNIA, will leave Boston for the above porta, m follows? viz** nbria, C. H. E. Judjins, Esq, Commander, August 16, 18'5. ?t-niia, Alex. Ryrie, Ea<p, Communder,. .September 1,1845 Passage to Liverpool *'"? Passage to Halifax... .. or freight or jsmauje, Jr., Agent. 6 Wall st. STEAM BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL THE Great Western Steam Ship Compa I ny's Steatn Ships. , The GREAT WESTERN, 1700 tons, 150 horse |Hiwer, B. R. Matthews, Esq., ?' ? '('ominauder. The GREAT BRITAIN, 3,500 tons, 1000 horse power. Lieutenant James Hoskeu, It. N, Commander?are intended t? run as follows:? GREAT WESTERN. From Liverpool. I From New YorW Saturday August 23. I Thursday Sept. 18 Saturday October II. | Thursday Nov. 6 GREAT BRITAIN From Liverpool. Saturday Inly 26,1815 Saturday Sept. 27. Saturday. ......Nov; 22 From New York. Saturday August 30. Saturday Oct. 25. ruay , Saturday .Dec. 20. Fare per Great Western, $100. and $5 Stewards' Fees. Fare per Great Britain, from $80 to $12', (and $5 Steward's fee.) according ?o the size and position of the State Rooms For Height or passage, or other information, apply- to RICHARD IRV1N, an7 2aw4m*rc 98 Front street. PACKETS FOR HAVRE?Independent Line.? WSSSV-The packet ship ST. NICHOLAS, Capt. John B. ?BMeM&alYII, will sail ou the 1st of October. For freight or pudge apply to BOYD *. IIINCKKN No 9 I ontine Building, an31 Corner Wall and Water ats. FOR GLASGOW?Regular Packet?The well known, fast sailing packet ship SARACEN, 100 tons, iNithauiel J. Hawkins, master, will have immediate lespatch. Kor freight or passage, hiving excellent accommodations, ap ply to the Captain ou boatd, foot of Dover stree', E. R., or to WOODHULI, <k MINTUHNb, 87 8 >nth street The regular packet barque ADAM CARR, Robert Scott, master, will succeed the Saracen. a23rc FOR MOBILE?New Line-The splendid Packet WP^yV ship GAZELLE, Captain Treadwell, who goes to ianMIEw the city with freight and passengers, will have im in. Uiate despatch for the above port. For freight or passage, in either cabin, second cabin, or steer age, all ol which will be taken at much less thnn tlie usual rates, by applying to JOHN HKRDMAN k CO., a 2d rc <i I South street. DRAFTS AND NOTES COLLECTED. if W. CLARK, DODGE k CO., No. 60 Wall street, are prepared to collect Notes and Drafts payable at the fol lowing plnr et on the most reasonable terms, viz:? Boston, Providence, New|>ort, Portland, Philadelphia, IIar rislmrg, Lancaster, Heading, Pittsburg, Wilmington, Balti more, Annapolis, Washington City, Richmond, Norfolk, Pe tersburg, Fredericksburg. Wheeling, Raleigh, Fayrltea ille, Wilmington, New-bent, Charleston, Columbia, Camden,Che raw, Savannah, AngnAa, Mobile, New Orleans, Cincinnati, Columbus, Chillicothe, Indianapolis, Louisville, Lexington, Nashville, Memphis, St. Louis, and most other chief towns in the United States. New Y rk August 11th, 1815. alllm'rc J. U STOUVENEL, IMPORTER OF WINES, No. 39 John street, informs his friends and the lovers of good Wines generally, that in order to supply the great demand, he has made arrangements to have always in store, and to receive direct from Bordeaux, Wiues ol the first quality, Irom the proprietors direct. The well known houses following are sufficient recommen dation ol the qualities of the Wines, without further details Messrs Burton k Uuestier, }pr0prjetors of Viguoblet, I J.Kreyche, > r #tBordeaux. Capt. Gervats, J N. B.?J. B. S. undertakes to sell Wine for family nse. by - .1 or wo lima fvJI ImVc th#? dozen or gallon LAM Did, GIRANDOLES, AND JAPANNED WARE. 6|MIK Subscriber has just received from his manufactory-, a A large and splendid assortment of Girandoles, ill Gilt, Bronze and Bi 'vrr, trimmed with line English Cut Drops. Also, a very superior quality of Solar and Lard Lamps, ol vari ous patterns, with Cut anil Plain Shades, Chandeliers, contain ing 2, 3.4 anil K lights, suitable for Parlors, Churches ami Ho tels. Also, a large assortment of Gothic Lsnthorus, for Halls, with < ut and Hlaiiiril Glass, which he will sell at wholesale and retail, at reduced prices. JOHN W. MORGAN. 154 Fnllnn street, one door East of Broadway, x B?On hand, 2fi dozen of the Doric I.amp, for Camphme, '. f^i n [.(Ti.ir in . Ke nn.l Ibj i- b . ur a v erv lo u price an 17 I 111*' C SALAMANDER .SAFES. j 7|XHE first and only kind of Safe tlrn- has i4i every instna s A preserved their contents from accidental fires are Edwards k llolman'l Improved Salamander, They are for sale by A. C. Ilobbs, 26 I'latt St., N Y.. where certificates and lest Safes msy lw seen, one of which saved the books and papers of Messrs. Cue, Anderson 8c Co., No. 28 Brosil street, at the great lire oil the I9lli lilt. Also, of Mr. J. Mel, at the corner of Broid street ami Eifhasgi. Place on the night of tin- tot h of (sultry,!?}. 13 m'ec WANTED?A *mall HOUSE, with four room> and ' a kitchen; rent 8150; or Tour rooms and a kitchen, lit a .house where but two families reside. Ires* "C." at the office of tins paper. al2#in THE BOND STREET HOUSE, IHI3 liroitdway, IS now o|>en fur the reception of hoarders. The situ ation is one of the most desirable in the city. The _ house has la-en newl y pai*-red and painted thioughniit ?cotitaiuiuK betweiSi 10 and TO rooms, haiidsoinely furnished. l'arlor? and bedrooms and pantries attached?likew-ss rooms for single gentlemen. Southerners and others wishing to avoid the uois and coufasion of.au Hotel, will have every att-ution paid to their comfort and convenience. au1 ltn*rc FIltL.YOKLFHI A HOTKLS. HART WELL'S WASHINGTON HOUSE, Chestnut Street, ABOVE SEVENTH 8THEET, NEXT TO THE MASONIC HALF,, PHILADELPHIA. FT/- Baths jnsl introduced?Warin and Cold?in fine apart ments?fur both ladies and gentlemen. a 16 ltn*rh COLUMBIA HOUSE, Chestnut Street, between Oth and 7thstreets, PHILADELPHIA. THE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform their friends and the travelliiiR public,they lieve taken the above house, (for mer(j' known aa the Marshall House,) ami have made extensive alteration* and improvement* in its interior, having spared no expense to render it one of the moat pleasant *"d fashionable houses in the city. The parlors are numerous, the chambers large and well arrnnired, tfie furniture entirely new. Its loca tion is in the most central part of the city, near to all the places of public amusement, and conveiiieut to the depot* of the Southern, Western auu Northern routes. The tables will be supplied with all the delicacies of the sea son. The Wines are of the choicest brands, and have been carefully selected. The proprietors hojiebytheirpersonal attention a d esperience in the business, to give satisfaction to those who may lavor them with their putrouage^ MACKENZIE 8c CO. James Bauley.l late of Jones'Hotel.) , Henry C. Mackenzie, (formerly of the Washington House.) Peter L. Kerguson. , _ ? .Inly 1st. 1*45. )r? 7m*ee THE BYHON, 15 7 Broadway, BY W.M. D1NNEFORD. WHO respectfully informs his friends and the public that he h t.s leased the above establishment and fitted it up 111 a style inferior to none. W. D. will all times keep on hand the best description of wine*, spirits, segnrs, kc;, selected with that taste peculiar to an experienced wine bibber. ",!i bed rooms are fitted up with a due regard to neatn*-*# and cleanli ness, and in each department the prices will square with the times?imnely, 26 cems per night for lodgings, or one dollar and a half i*r week, or five dollars per month. W. 1). lias also introduced the Southern plan of providing a lunch from 11 till I o'clock, ho that the creature comforts of the inward man will he attended to. A cold and shower bath tree to customers. Committee rooms, Club rooms, &cc. al? 1 m?in WILSON'S HOTEL A N D DIN I NO ROOM, 5 Gold street, near Malclcn Lane. COUNTRY .MERCHANTS will find this a dr-irab'.e House, being convenient to the business port ol the city. J his establishment is fitted un with entirely new furniture, wood and aubitantP.1 dinner, 18% cents, lodgings 25 cents, rorcoii wtiieuce and comfort this house is equal to any hotel in the city, and at half the price. Permanent boarders can be accommodated on very reasonable terms. All the delicacies of the season served up. as soon as they arrive ill market, at half the price of other houses Elegant private p triors, for the referee cases, or private dinners or sup per parties. The very best of liquors. ]u5 1m re CARROLL'S VAPOR BATHS, 181 I-'u 11 on St rcet, o pposl te BLPauP* Church. 'PHEexeessive heat of the weather, alternating with sudden i and severe changes, expose many to attacks of the most dangerous character?a safe and agreeable preventive ot paiulul consequences, ill such cases, is to be found in the well-estab lished Medicated Vapor Baths of Mrs. Carroll, at 181 r ulton 't(f7-'Sulphur Baths at one hour's notice- au2l lmrc EA OLE BATHS, 5!j8 FcnrI Street. BETWEEN Centre and Elm streets.?Warm, Cold and Shower Baths, equal to any in the city, 12>i cents each. Good clean single beds, 121? cents each. Meals 12/fe cts. each. Board and lodging, $2,60 per week. Newspapers from London, Liverpool, Canada and all the principal cities in the United Stnf es. on file jYin*rc THE PATENT GALVANIC RINGS CRISTIE'S MAGNETIC FLUID. rpiilrt REMARKABLE DISCOVERY has received the m. universal apiwobation of the Medical Profession of Great Britain, and has been sufhcieiitly long before the American pub lic to give a fair trial of its power and efficacy. The Patknt Galvanic Rin<;? have been found to uuswer all the purposes for which the ordinary Galvanic Battery or Klectric and Mag netic Machines are used, but are without any of the injurious shocks, which accompany the applications by those instru ments, and in many other respects are more sakk and CKKTAin ia accomplishingtUe desired object. ... , The Galvanic Rings have been used with perfectjsuccesi in all rases of Rheumatism, acute or chronic, applying to the head, fac? or limb* ; Gout; Tic Doloreaut; Toothache,; Bronchitis : Vertigo ; Nervous or Sick Heauache ; Indiges tion ; Paralysis ; Palsy ; Ej>ile|?iy , Kits.; Cramp ; Palpitation of the Heart ; Apoplexy, Stiffness of Joints; Lumbago; Neu ralgia ; General Debility; Deficiency of Nervous Energy ; and all Nervous Disorders. In cases of confirmed Dyspepsia they have been equally successful. Their extraordinary effects upon the system must ih> witnessed to be believed; and as a certain preventive for the above complaints they are equally to be recommended. The Galvanic Rings are in every way perfect ly harmless, and are sold at prices to be within the reach o! all, Cmsnr.'s Magnetic Eli-id is used in connection with the Rings to render their efficient actiou certain, and to direct the Galvanic intiiinice tothe particular portions which are affected For numerous certificates ol the highest character regarding t' efficacy of the U&Lranic Rings and Magnetic * luid, refer enc- is inade to former advertisements, or they may be seen at ths office. Only Agency in New York, 134 1- niton street. (Sun Building.) In Brooklyn, st the store of Jaiies vV . Smith, Druggist, corner Eulton anil Cranberry streets. jy28 I in "re TIIE ORIGINAL GENUINE GALVANIC RINGS AND MAGNETIC FLUID, POSSESS all the advantages of a Galvanic Battery, with out its shock, and are snccessfnl in curing rheumutism, tic doloreiix. headache and all chronic or nervous diseases. For sale ouly by Dr. Crombie ? Ageuts?A. B. k D. Sand % General Agents. Also, 273 Broadway, 77 East Broadway, 149, 143 and 92 Fulton, 67 Walker, at Drug Stores corner of Bowery and Grand, 17 Avenue D.; 176 Spring, 36 Catherine, corner of Clinton ami Division, Mrs Hays, Brooklyn. Price ol Rings 2s?gold plated ?l?Fluid 75 cents per bottle. I u!9 lm*ec WE, the undersigued, deem it necessary for the benefit of life, as well as recreation, not to be coufined by the retail trade to such a late hour at night, do hereby agree to close our sliwesat 9 o'clock every evening (Saturday night excepted) lor tw<> months, to commence* from this, the lit day of August, 1815. (Signed.) B. Lewin, Jno. 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New editions of Volney's Ruins, Stronss Life of Christ, Mary WollstoncralYs Rights ol Woman, V ale s Life of came, Palmer's Principles, Shelley's Queen Mab Tame s W orks, BT/'A variety of cheap Liberal Works. an20 lm*r MUSIC. A LADY wishes to devote her time to the instruction ol young ladies on the Piano. She tenches the Logerian system, which lias never been introduced as yet into this couii try: it has been greatly approved ?f in Europe, asbeing the shortest and easiest method of bringing on the pupil. A note addressed to X. Y. at the office of this paper, shall he attended all lm're MUSIC. A Rare Opportunity of Acquiring a Thorough.

Mu*ical Education, f 1 H. DEltWORT, Professor of Singing, Guitar and riano vJ? Forte, has opened a class for Young Ladies, from 7 to 10 years of age, among whom are three of his own daughters, whom lie proposes to thoroughly instruct in the art ol Singing, Mr. Derwort's system is ihe result of many years observation and ex|ierieiice, dining whichIwhas successfully taught ill lier many, Loudon, and New York. His method cinnot tail to im part to his pupils a clear perception, sod a thorough,know ledge of the grammatical principles of music, with the ability to har inoniz. any simple given melody. Parents and Guardians are invited to call at bis Rooms, 427 Broadway, when evvry inquiry will be answered Terms $20 per annum, payable quarterly in advance Les sons three times a week. Private instruction aa heretofore, a!2 Im rli ~ AEOLIAN HARPS. NUNNS St CLARK having purchased the patent f'gbt for "Coleman's A&oliau AttncTimentto the Pianoforte, for the entire United States, (excepting Massachusetts,) announce to the public, that they are now prepared to supply Pianotortes with this improvement attached, or to attach the same to any modem made horizontal Piauoforta*. In regsrdtothc durability of this invention, N. Ik C. are prepared to aattafy the most pre judiced innid, their own critical examination and experience warrant them in the assertion, that the "AColian" will remain 111 tnnc in any climate, and it will not be affected by transitions of atmosphere. The most satisfactory warrautee is given with each instrument. ... The public are invited to examine the"Abollan Pianofortes at their ware-room. No. 240 Broadway, opposite the "ark where also may be Ibund au assortment of 6, 6H aud 7 Octav Pianofortes, both 111 rosewood and mahogany case*. m26 6m'r NOTICE. TO MERCHANTS, SHIP MASTERS AND OTHERS. f|AHE SUBSCRIBER wouldrespeetftilly inform thrin, that J. he has beeu 111 the employ of lire late Samuel Deinilt over twenty years, and the late Samuel Deinilt haying bequeathed to inm the Transit Instrument. t wo Astronomical I,locks, and the line of the Obseivatory, it is nis intention to contiune (111 connec tioa Willi hi* sou) th* business ol in igufaclnring, repairing and rating Chronometers, and dealing 111 Nautical Instruments. Cfiaits, Watches, <'locks, Jewelry, Silver Ware, lie., st the old stand, No. 239 Pearl street. D. EU<JERT. jn6 Intend*re ~~ TO TAILORS " rriJOSr. who desire to attain a correct knowledge of Fash 1 tollable Cutting; m all its various brnnrbes, would do well to obtain Ktinemeta' Complete Woik on the subiect, which ran be obtained of the author only, at No. 113 Broad way Price?from ??to *10 per Book au? lm*r Important from tlx; Antl-ltent Ileglon?Fur. I titer Arrest* uixl Ulnchargcit?C'avv nixl Scudder Dhrovi reil. Dei.hi, .Saturday, Aug. 30, JK45. The last ol the succession of lulls from Cats- i kill to tins place has been got over, and I find [ myself in Delhi, the heart of the Anti-Kent re- ; gion, ready to catch and report lor the numerous readers of the lleniid, any thing of interest that may occur in these stirring times. This beautiful and hitherto retired village, is now the scene of in. * tense excitement, caused by the murder of the fear less under-Sherift Steele, who in the face, and un- ? der the threats of nearly 300 of the down-renters, j disguised as Indians, dared to proceed with the exe- i cution of civil process in the discharge of his duty. [ There is almost a perfect suspension of all kinds of I business ; the store keepers in the town, and the far mers ol the adjoining country, have temporarily for saken their vocations, and putting 011 the liabluuents of war, have rushed to the standard of law and order. The hotels and taverns are jammed full of these citizen soldiers, and the number is so great thai it is with diriiculty and inconvenience they can all be accommodated. However, it is thought that this state of tilings will not last long, and that the down-renters will be crushed; for the (icople appear determined, now that the authorities at Albany have undertaken to aid them, not to relax their elfbrts until not only those who were principals and accessaries before and after the fact 111 the late murder, but also all those who lor sometime past have been known to dress in Indian clothes, and particularly those who were spectators at the late murder, shall be arrested and brought to punishment. The feelings of the |>eoplr of Delhi are violently opposed to the Indians, because they say if the Indi ans continue to pursue the course which they have Inilierto pursued in violation of all law, their county will sutler to such an extent as to ruin them. There ure now upwards of four hundred men un derarms, including a company of troopers, on duty, night and day in their turns, soine guarding the prisoners, some scouring the country in pursuit of persons who were known to have attended the meet ing at Andes,where SlPtde was shot. The plan the au thorities have pursued to get information of their whereabouts is well calculated to ellect the object. When an Ind ian is arrested and brought to jail here, he is confined apart from the other prisoners, und the authorities being in possession of a great many of their movements, will tell enough to the prisoner to induce I11111 to think that many of the prisoners have turned State evidence; and he, supposing that all is known, docs not hesitate to tell all he knows of the Indians who have absconded, and of their places of refuge. In this way some 00 or 100 have been arrested, about '20 of whom have hoen discharged, and the rest committed. Among those arrested ami commit ted, are many who did not occupy any portion of the lund which has hoen the cause of %11 this excitement, and who had 110 earthly interest in the Indian proceed ings, having licen led into the business by more intelli gent and designing men ; und by the love of excitement, und the novelty of wearing calico dresses and leather masks, but who are now rueing their participation in the business. A posse of citizen soldiers went, yesterday, to scour the mountains, and succeeded in making K or 10 arrests, but the names of thoso arrested I am unable to commu nicate, lor reasons hereinafter stated. Those arrested were confined in the court house, the jail being tilled to the utmost capacity. Another posse, in consequence of information which they had acquired, that Scudder, the person who acted as chief, and gave the word to lire, 011 the memorable occasion when Steele was shot, was con cealed in a cave some considerable distance from Delhi, they proceeded there yesterday with n guide who knew the place where the cave was; on reaching the place, they found a cave, with a very small aperture for an en trance, which was nicely walled up with loose stone, so that a person not actually acquainted with it would nev er suspect its existence there ; they removed the stones and entered the cave, but all they discovered was a blan ket and a pillow, and some other things. Disappointed in finding Scudder, for whose arrest the Governor oilers $500, and the Sheriff of Delaware $300 reward, they ad justed the stones at the entrance as nicely as possible, to wait further. It is alleged that Scudder is in the neigh borhood, as he is known to have visited his house lust Thursday. Having been introduced to the Sheriff anil Coroner of the county, I obtained admittance to the room in the Court-House, where the examination of the prisoners is conducted. While I thank those gentlemen for their at tention to me, 1 must remark upon the conduct of the District Attorney, who, on my soliciting a synopsis of the testimony lor publication, used very uncourteous language for a public officer; hut 1 suppose lie will learn better as ho grows older. The course pursued by some of the up-rent, or law and order party, in their proceedings against the Indians, is calculated to excite the hatred of the anti rent party, ami if the authorities do not uxercise more spirit, and pursue a better course than they have hitherto done, feelings of revenge ami retaliation will be engendered in the other party, which will assuredly lead to an outbreak,and end in a civil war. There is tho greater necessity for this, as 0110 of the chiefs, in his examination, admitted, under oath, that it was the intention of the party to burn Delhi; that they had met for the purpose, ami that all that inter fered with their carrying into effect their design, was the failure ofJOfl of their number from Schoharie in meeting at the place appointed. It is reported to-day that a company ol Indians,amount ing to probably 300, were seen in Schoharie county a few days since. Another company of soldiers has been form ed, composed of 100 youug men from Unadilla. We shall continue giving our reports Iront Delhi, and ulthough we are debarred lrom giving any account of the testimony of the prisoners, or learning anything from an official source, we will endeavor to give a fair and im partial report of the state of feeling here. Charleston, 29th August, 1815. Funny Preparations for War?Meeting of the Militia. The war with Mexico is at present engrossing all attention. "Who is for Mexico1?" says one, "I am," replies the second. "Not I," says a third.? But what grave poetical looking man is that across the way, moving with such measured steps ? lie is the ex-editor of the Courier, and a poet of no mean pretensions?now, see what a poetical delusion has just spread over hiscountenance ; his imagination is surely stalking through the Halls of Montezuma.? The crowd is now moving to read a placard just posted up; it is to call a meeting of the bloody Kith regiment at Karnes's. One of the corps ediio rul holds the important office of colonel in this regi ment, and he is by no means an unsoldierly looking personage; ajways ready with an offhand speech for his invincible followers. Feehnghisdernocratie blood boil at the skulking Mexican, he assembled the men of the 16th Regiment in citizens dress, to meet him on a certain evening. The call being handsomely responded to, he of course was present and thus addressed them: "Brother soldiers of the 16th Regiment of the South Carolina Militia,?now out of uniform, will you listen to your Colonel, who is ever ready to lay down his lile for you, and a thousand, had he as many, tor his country,to vindicate her wrongs." [A hundred voices at once?" go it, Colonel"?" go it, old cock"?"go it, big boots"?"you'll do"? " bravo," 5*c. J "Yes, my countrymen, we are called upon to do a great deal for our country; there are despicable, pitiful enemies invading our country, polluting our soil with their accursed presence, let us whip them from our soil and plant upon our re motest frontier our star spangled banner." [Here the Colonel of the Invincible 17th Regiment, un auctioneer of no mean celebrity for crying and pull ing, asked permission to sing " Hail Columbia," to give vent to his feelings; it was deiied, and the bloody 16th continued ] " It is s.ud that Mexico has nothing to loose, but this is a mistake, and 1 deny the assertion most positively. She has all to lose^I mean by all, lock, stock and barrel; the Mexican nation will lose their soil, and with it all the rich mines of Mexico will be ours, and is that, my fel low soldiers, worth going to Mexico for ? There, too, are the induces and the cathedrals, and who will not be willing to sacrifice every thing for the proud privilege of reveling in the Halls of the Mon tezumas." IJere something sounded through the assembly not unlike the notes of a tuppence trumpet, " Boss, mayn't I go too?" This proved to be the voice of a little printer's devil, who, not knowing what was to happen, provided himself with a newspa|>er cocked hat, containing an article on t 'regoii, and a tin sword, dogged the Colonel from the oliice to the place ol meeting. In a moment the urchin warrior was in the clutches of the foaming Colonel, but prompt interference prevented bloodshed; the Co lonel was apiieased, liowever, by the devil's being appointed a committee of one to see himself back to the oliice, after which the Colonel made a bow a In mililairt, and resumed his seat amid deatenmg applause. Several other sjieeches were made, all ol which 1 will send you. Our election for Mayor and Aldermen comes oft on Monday next, of which you shall be duly inform ed. 1 have spun the letter rather longer than I in tended, for my motto is inuJtum inparvo. Later from Jamaica.?The Mary Washington, Capt. Iloman, trom Kingston, Jamaica, July 31st, via (Jrand Cayman, arrived here yesterday, making the voyage trom the latter port in twelve days. There is no local news from Jamaica of immcdiute consequence, noranything from llnyti later than what has been receiv ed via New Vork. The papers, however, are full of ex positions of tho calamities indicted upon the colonial pos sessions of Oreat llritain by the emancipation policy, and io this theme we may recur when there shall be less pressure upon our columns.?N. 0? i'fe., ?iu#. J4. Erik, Pa., August 25th, 1815. increased Trade-Coal and Iron-Harbor Improve meats Lake Commerce?Political Doings?The Crops?Fashionable Nuptials?Naval News Our town is just beginning to " wake up," yes really " wake up." More business 1ms been' done here this season, so far, than any su whole seasons since the days when the red man's canoe was the only bark to be seen on the limpid waters of our beautiful bay. Our canal is in the full tide of suc cessful operation, and abundance of water, notwith standing the dry season, leaky banks, tec., with lota of boats running on it, all laden with commodities of various kinds. Long life and prosperity to the en terprising canal company, for their perseverance in completing this noble work, although under the most unfavorable circumstances, (foods can be transported from New York to Cincinnati, via this canal and Ohim river for eighty cents per hundred weight. Hunk of that, you home-staying, pipe stnoking, money-hoarding philosophers. Our iron establishments are doing a splendid bu siness in their line?completely monojioli/inor the castings" trade in the west,and double theirumount ot business every year. The coal trade is immense already, and is yet but in its infancy; thousands of tons are shipped off to (litferent points weekly, to say nothing of the amount consumed by the steamers, and uext year we will push it through to your city, and intend to compete with any other bituminous coal offered for sale there, from the fact that it is the best quality found in the United States. Much unxiety is felt in regard to our harbor im provements along the lakes. It is hoped the appro priations for their benefit to be made by Congress tins winter, will be liberal, as the nation' has h full treasury, and the general government are at last be coming aware of the importance of the lake country in a national and commercial point of view. Why has our importance heen so long overlooked ? Is it because a frontier of a thousand miles in extent at no point separated from a foreign territory by a greater distance than eighty miles, and at several points but pistol shot?covered by a commerce amounting in 1841 to SKIO.OOO.OOO, as per the esti mate ol Col. Abertjis not worth the notice of our anti-internal improvement and anti-fortifying states men m Congress f 1 hope the west will be heard in tones of thunder in the halls of Congress this win ter, and let our friends from otherparts of the Umori who oppose these measures, see that they are deal ing with u giant in swaddling clothes. As for mili tary and maritime defences, in the language of Com modore Morris and Colonel Totten, who made a tour of examination along the lakes this summer let the Government improve the harbors and navi gation ot the lakes generally?deposit pieces of ord nance and other munitions of war at the diil'erent points along their borders, and in two months time we cou d fit oat a fleet from our merchant steamers and sail vessels which could sweep the lakes like a whirlwind! We have now on the upper lakes thirty steamers, which could mount twenty guns each on an average, and one hundred and fifty sail vessels oi capacity enough to mount ten guns each milking an armament of 2100 cannons, which could I Sot ready on short notice, were the plans of Com Morris and Com. lotten carried out. Last week Jong .42 pound cannon arrived here from Pitts burg, to be deposited here and at Buffalo, and more areexpected this week, including several of 8 and 10 inch Patxhan guns. All we now want, is the im provement ot harbors, to answer the double purpose i of pluces to rendezvous, and for refuge for our ship ping in case of a rupture with our Canadian nefah bors; and in time of peace, for refuge in case of storms, and to transport our merchandize and pro duce. Lieut. J. H. Simpson, the eliicient suiierin tendant, is going ahead bravely with the work on this harbor, and should liberal appropriations be granted, two years more will suffice to complete it ? already we have ten feet water in the channel, and every thing progressing favorably. In political matters, we have but little news. Re ore the removals and appointments were made we had it "hip and thigh" for the oilices; but'you aiiow a "calm always succeeds a storin," and now as the appointments are made, all is quiet again < far memberot Congress elect, lion. James Thomp son, is a gentleman of tine talent?a regular No 1 letter A. . lie was several sessions in the Pennsylva hia Legislature, where he at once distinguished himself as a leading man, and has just completed his term as Judge of the District Court of Penn sylvania, in which capacity he served with great ability. I assure you, he will not be found amonst the small arms, when a big "report" is required Our crop of wheat is betier than it has been for several years?corn middling?oats fair?potatoes short?fruit abundant?grass fair?barley good?rye good In consequence of the short crop of grass in the W estern Reserve in Ohio, the farmers from that section of country have come into this county and purchased large quantities of hay, and intend driving their cattle here to winter them The weather is very dry at present, and vegetation suf fering much; no sickness, however, as usual I say asusual, because the country is always healthy. In the fashionable line, we are making quite a stir. Although our stock of pretty girls is some what extensive, yet the avalanche of weddings iust sliding of], I fear will rattier thin them out. Among the most conspicuous, stands the one that comes oh on lliursduy evening last. Wm. 8. Lane, Esq., a fashionable young lawyer of Butler, Pa., was mar ried to Miss Elizabeth A. M. Galbraith, only daugh ter of the Hon. John (ialbraith, our former member of Congress. It was a splendid all'air, so then tor a short sketch. Twas evening?the stars twinkling as if omnipotence had placed an immense chanda lierin the heavens to light the marriage scene?the gentle south wind ruffling the leaves round the foliage clad home of the bride, like the fluttering of zephyr s wings?the light from the brilliantly illumi nated apartments within the cottage, peering through the interstices of the shrubbery, like the glances of a lovely bright-eyed maid through her veil?the countenances of the guests beaming with pleasure, as the sally of wit Hiidjovoiis repartee was cast about during a pro menade through the beautifulgarden-and the lovers ? my conscience! how their hearts went pittee-put!? The plot thickens. There stands Parson T in his sable robe, trying in vain tolook grave,readv to bind tbein together "lor better for worse." There stands the groom with the hand of his lovely bride clasped in his?there, by her side, stand her three bride's maids?the charming little Miss 8. S.. ihe maicmir M.ss M. M'D, the lovely Miss F. D., With her sunny face, her "I'earl-itUclJed mouth, and rose-tinted lips, Sweet as hyacinth s cup, when the honey-bee sips." On the other side, the three groom's men?MrWnr A. (>., Dr. L. S. and J. B., Esq.?and here stands the stately forms ot the bride s parents, with a mixed feeling ot joy and sorrow depicted in their counte nances, as they are about to "giveaway" their dearly beloved and only daughter. The ceremony is over ?the friendly greetings passed?the curtain falls - Next morning the whole party are seen on board the splendid steamer Indiana, crt route for the Niagara balls, tec., to spend the honey moon in travelling. Captain Stephen Champlin is ordered to the com mand ot the I'nitpd States steamer Michigan, now on a cruise to the Lpper Lakes. This news is most pleasing to our citizens; all are anxious to see the old veteran once more with a command; although maimed and crippled, yet there is sail enough of him left to do Ins duty. As an'heroic maiden once said who had her lover crippled in the wars, and in con sequence of Ins misfortune, wrote immediately to his intended releasing tier from all engagements? "if there is only enough of himjleft to hold Ins heart, he shall be mine yet!" So our citizens say; if there is enough of the old captain left to stand erect on the quar terdeck, we want to see him w ith a command on the very waters where lie distinguished himself with the gallunt Perry. ' oim for inr Corrkctiox of Errors.--'Thursday, \ug Jsth.?Afternoon Session.? No. 16. I). II. Wood, et al ri 9. S. Seward.?J. A. Spencer concluded for appts. Wn. II. Seward was hoard for resets Friday, Aug. 99th.? No. 16. D. B. Wood v?. S. 8. Sew ard. - J. A. Spencer w as heard for appts. in reply. De rision postponed until December. No. 17}. K. Deysters vs. lane \nn Ferrers et al.?Ordered, that this cause, when reached, may he passed, without prejudice.? NO. Id. Anne Powell ct al vs. .Martha Murray et al. J. Van Uuren, Attorney General, was heard for appts. Afternoon Session J. Van Buren concluded for appts. Rorheiter Daily Wdr. Saturday, Aug. 30.- Ordered, that the Court will hear no arguments in any cause upon the present appeal cal endar after No. is, unless in cases where the counsel of both pai tics are ready to argue the same, or reside in this city; and that during the first week of tho next term, the causes remaining unheard upon tho prosent appeal calendar have tho preference. No. Id. Anne Powell et al. vs. Martha Murray et al.?J.I.. Mason was heard lor part ol the resptl.?[Hoc liettrr Daily Jjinerican. Tin; Crime of " Proximity."?'The Postmaster General iatclv wrote to a Postmaster in Virginia, that his office must be discontinued, in consequence of its proximity to another office The Postmaster replied, complaining bitterly ot the discontinuance?not for the sake of the salary, which was hut cents a week?hut on account of the charge of prnximily. " for," said he, "I never was guilty ef proximity in my life!" New Orleans, August 22d, 1845. 'lhc Military Movementt?War Feeling?Political Affaira?Steamship Excitement. Here we are in the midst of war's dire alarms?the blast ot the bugle and the shrill notes of the ear piercing fiie disturb the monotony of our tranqrf summer's eve ; and instead of the familiar question at this season, "Are there any new cases of fever 1" at every corner you may hear the hasty and anxious interrogatory, "What news IroniAransas?isTaylor retreating 1" or the bold declaration, "By God, the old soldier will be cut into sausage meat by these infernal Mexicans." The old General, owing to the wretched arrange ments at Washington, was bundled ofT to Texas without cavalry or artillery ; and if the foe was worth a brass farthing, little would be left of Taylor or his command beyond the record of a gallant fight, in which a thousand brave men were sacrificed to the imbecility ot the hacks at Washington. Last evening reinforcements for our army in Texas were put on board the steamship Alabama, accompanied by a grand and imposing escort from our indejiendent companies, who, amid the thunder of urtillery and the spirit-stirring strains ot a splendid band, bid adieu and gave a cordial God-spaed-you to their old comrades who go where glory waits them. There were five companies of U.S. troops and a volunteer artillery force of two hundred men, with eight brass guns, all in high spirits and eager for the fray. As you passed from rank to rank of these deter mined men, it was amusing to listen to the obser vations that fell from their lips, and note the gleam of satisfaction that difiusea itself over their coun tenances, when reference was made to the plunder ol the churches, and the little golden Jesusses and Virgin Marys, with diamond eyes, real diamonds! and no mistake, one of which was sufficient of it self to purchase a cotton plantation, with sixty nig gers. Only think of that, Dick. The revel in the halls of the Montezumas was no chimera to their eyes. Already are they revolving in their minds the rapturous enjoyment awaiting their advent in the.famous old city, now held in ig noble bondage by the degenerate descendants of the valorous Cortez. Nobly have the United States officers conducted and facilitated the arrangements for the comforta ble transportation of the men to the point destined for disembarkation; and it is a marvel to me how Col. Y. T. Hunt, notwithstanding his high merit i and acknowledged ability as Deputy Quartermaster General, could, from the miserable and meagre sup ply of seagoing craft, select with so much tact and discrimination, vessels so well qualified toperform the arduous duties expected ot them. The cost must have been considerable?that was unavoidable i ?but the manner of its accomplishment was beyond j all praise. Colonel Hunt, like his predecessor, Major S. Mc ' flee, who was every inch a soldier, and under every as|>ect the accomplished gentleman, furnishes in i his own person every guaranty that the duties of ; his arduous and important office have not been con I tided to unworthy hands: and that in every emerjgen | cy the Government will have an excellent officer, die Republic a faithful and honorable servant. The canvass for Governor of this State drags its slow length along with little of the animation usually | observable on like occasions. j Judge Johnson, the democratic nominee, is a 1 man of warm heart, generous hand, unflinching honesty, and brilliant acquirements; and such a i one, take him for ull in all, as we rarely encounter | in the walks of party. He has an instinctive hatred j of wrong and injustice, and shrinks from them as he does with everything tainted with meanness, or redolent of corruption. He is the strongest man ever presented by the democratic |>arty for the office to which he aspires. God bless him. The work ot rotation goes quietly on here, but 1 cannot say that the successors of the fTeheaded are one whit more respected, or give any more satisfac tion to the successful party than those who have been so clamorously su;>ereeded. There are some curious rumors alloat in connec tion with the recent visit of t?eth Barton to the Cres cent City, and proceedings consequent thereon, which, as they are excrutiatingly funny, I have been at some pains to trace to their source, in which 1 i have succeeded ; and have the promise of certain | documents connected therewith, that will, when published in the ubiquitous Herald, astonish the na tives. tSeth, and Hayden the Surveyor of this port, are the dramatiejiertosus, and the correspondence is rich, racy and reeherchi. "Roanoke" has been coming over our excellent and independent Presi dent, James K. Polk, to whom be all honor and praise, good health, quiet times, and an auspicious second term. You must not hurry the Colonel too fast?all he asks is a fair field and no favor, and that it is the duty of the Herald to vouchsafe him. Expectation was on tiptoe for the announcement, through your columns, of the arrival of the queen of ships, the Great Britain. Morgan was at onetime in danger of being carried, body and bones, out of his pretty little establishment, by the eager and ex pectant multitude, whose vehement demands for that Herald drew crowds from the adjoining streets, un til Exchange Passage was literally impassable. She is come ! fche is come !! was all that could be ga thered from the wonder-stricken mass. Decisions in Chancery, Made by Amass J. Par ker, Vice Chancellor of the Third Circuit, August ifitli, 1845.?William Wheeler, and Frances his wife, vs Joseph W. Smith. A. K.Wheeler and J. Gaul, jr.,for com plainant; C. B. butcher and K. Miller for defendant. De cided that the judgment at law is conclusive against the complainants. Decree, dismissing bill with costs. Henry Weiderwax and James Sutherland, vs. Ausin Bingham, administrator of Jacob S. Van Buren, deceased.?W H. Tobev for eompts.; H. Z. Hayner for deft.?Decided that (Lfendant has no right to prosecute his suit at law to recover on the covenants in the deed.?Demurrer to the hill overruled, and defendant required to pay costs, and answer in twenty days, or the bill to he taken as confessed. William W Cornell vs. Kbenezer 1'rescott et. nl.?J. Holmes and H. W. Strong for compt.; C. K. Richards and Job Pierson for deft. Prescott.? Decided that mortgage was assigned for the benefit of complain ant and wile of I.athan Cornell.?Decree for foreclosure and sale of mortgaged premises without personal liabil ity for deficiency. Latham Cornell vs. Lbenezcr Pres cott et. al.?J Holmes and H. W. Strong for compt.; C. R. Richards and Job Tierson for deft. Prescott?Decided that complainant is subrogated to the rights of the mort gagee as to the security on the land.?Decree lor fore closure and sole of mortgaged premises without person al liability for deficiency. Sarah Swartwout vs. Griffin Wood.?C. L. Tracey and H. W. Strong for compt.: M. T. Reynolds for deft.?Decided that delendant is entitled to have partition so made as to give him the permanent improvements made by him?and decree accordingly, with a relerence to take account as to rents and profits. Motions decided since the last Motion Court in which the I 'ire Chancellor took the /mpers.?Rufus Reed vs. Henry llogeboem and others?Motion to take answer of Addi son Porter oft the files, denied without costs, and proceed ings in the cause stayed till twenty days after the deci sion of the demurrer. William Mascratt and others, vs. the Mayor, &c., of the City of Albany and Steven Van Henssellner?Motion to dissolve injunction?granted without costs. Decisions mails by Amasa J. Parker, Circuit Judge of the Third Circuit, on motions for new trials in causes pend ing in the Supreme Court, Aug. *J9, IN46.?John Percy VS. John Adams ? I'laintitTin person: A. Dean for deft. New dial granted, costs to abide the event. Artemas Benton and otlieis, adm. Chauncey Rider?R. W. Peckinan for defendant; N. Hill, jr., for plaintiff; new trial denied, Volney Richmond, Sheriff, Ike., adm. William Morrison ? ( II. Brunihall, for delendant; J. J. Benton tor plain tiff; new trial granted, with costs to abide the event John McKnight, adm'r, Dec., of Thomas Tilt, deceased, vs. Arthur Morgan?11. W. Peckham for plaintiff; H. G. Wlieaton lor delendant?new trial denied. Wm. Taylor vs. Alexander Snyder and al?H. W. Strong for plaintiff; J D. Willard for deft. ; new trial granted, costs to abide the event.? Albany Argus, Sept. 1. Matrimonial Cases Decided by the Chancel lor, August 80, 1H4.V?Skirah Ann liaydock vs. William A. Haydock.-Decree for absolute divorce of the wile lor the adultery of her husband, and awarding the care and custody ol the children of the marriage to the wile. Peter Vooiheis vs. Cnrolino Murphy, falsely called < aroline Voorheis.?Decree declaring the marri age contract between the parties void, on the ground that at the time of tiie marriage the former husband of the delendant was hikI still is living. RobcrtUillet vs.Ann Gil let,alias DictusAnn Sieu.? Decree for absolute divorceof the husband lor tho adultery and bigamy of the wife.? Nelson Robinson vs. Catharine Robinson.? Decree for absolute divorce of the husband for the adultery of tho wife. William King rendleton vs. Olive Pendleton.? The like decree Truman Whitcomb vs. Lucy M. Whit comb.?Decree for absolute divorce of the husband for the adultery of the wife, and declaring tho throe young est children of the defendant illegitimate.?Albany Ar gus, Sept. 1. Wholesale Robberies in Indiana.?We copy from the Paoli (la .) True American, of the 21st in stant, the following extract to show the way they carry on thieving in our sister State. Bad state of morals, neighbor:-"We understand that on Wednesday night, the nth inst., several stores wore broken open in Bed lord, la., and robbed of money; to what amount we have not learned. On Thursday night, the 14th inst., all the stores in Hi>ring?ille were broken open and robbed. On Friday night, tne L'.th instant, Judge Blackwell's store, Bradley * Alien s store, and Mr. Busick grocery, in Or leans, were nil broken open. On Saturday nig1}1. th?y Kith instant, several store* were broken open in muem. !

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