Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 10, 1846, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 10, 1846 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. ?ai. XII, la. IW-Wkato Mm. ?M?. PrlM Two C??U. THE NEff YORK HERALD. JAMES 60RD0N BENNETT, PROPRIETOR. Circulation---Forty Thousand. DAILY HERALD? Every day, fricttcntt per copy?$7 15 Mr annum?payable in advaace. WEEKLY HERALD?Every Saturday?Price cent* p*r copy?S3 ItijCMIiMr anuum?payable in advance. ADVERTISEMENTS at the uiuil prices?always cash in advance. PRINTING of all kind* executed with beauty and des jiatch. All letter* or communications, by mail, addressed to ?he establishaient. must be post paid, or the postage will be deducted Irom the subscsiption money remitted. JAMES GORDON BENNETT. Proprietor of the the New Yoa* Hcuald Establishment, North-West corner ( Fulton and Nassau street*. I TWO DOLLARS REWARD.?Loat on Satur day, the ad inst., a black, tan Doc. with the owner's _n?me, J. BECK, on the collar. Whoever will re .... ?J said Dog to the corner of Houston street and Bowery, over the marble factory, will receive the above reward, ana the thanks of the loser. JAMES MURRaV. my!3trc MKINO CHARLES SPANIEL8?OK THE pure breed, received by the latest arrival* from Lou don, for sale by A. Grieve. 5 John street. Also, rare >ble Birds, only to be found at his establishment, No. H} John street. I js-,Ssntfc4iT awes | al7? lmrh Importer aad dealer in Birds, Cages, kc. B ~Tiik -"?'rYjiH'"- ? HTlif ir annaamM|ofrhoicr imported Mower Heeds full directions for eel assortment of the beet P'"" yfcflibU See<ft Orasil Seed., mixed Cor lawaa or per ? ?nanent Mature a* mar be reauired, green and bot-honse I I ants ef every description i fftmts suitable for ornamenting small illM ; Gardea VMa ; Fancy Iron Chairs and (lower - Standi, with a general miiljsiul of articles in our line. ? DpftLAPk THOMPSON, Seedmea and Florists, 634 Broadway. comer Bleecker street. A liberal discount made to wholesale purchasers. my# Jw* WANTED?Two and Two or more Bed ^^^^?^?^Mprmleges^ 1^? Room, with yard privileges. kc., in a respectable Jj&locatiM, within five Miautes' walk of the City Hall. , l'<>*4ess ion weired on the 1st of June. Address, (stating terms, kc.,) T. B. L., Herald Offke. mltf rrc ??TtO UtT?Three convenient bouses at $140 per an ?Bum, payable quarterly, or monthly, in advance, two Maries Sad basement bn?k< new, M by t4, with seven room*, kandy to the atages, afMMaa of Crotou water, in a most tkriviag and quiet pert OC MfltT. ttth and 26th streets, betweea 7th aad Stft avenub AI*?, a large Furnished House south W*at corner of 7th inpM aa?SSth street, will be let to s private family for the Warner. Enquire on the premises from 8 to 10 A. M. aad 4 (&9 T. if. myi lw*r FOR SALE QK TO LET, The ModembiikdmiM^lirlelihouse, tit Adams reet, Brooklyn. JfBOtMaBy private sale, it will be ,J?aoaed of at public auetfoa, on the 15th day of May next. Half of the purchase money can remain oa mortgage, lor a term of yeers. Applicatioa to be made ou the promisee, 214 Allans st., Brooklyn. a4lm*rc to LET, 7 AHOU8E AND BARN, with shout sixteen lots of j ?-j i- Ti|iaM of Hastings, Westchester WW ? .If* York, within a lew mutates' . aboat landing. Said place is divided into gar dens, wSBTSe wall stocked with fruit. Also, a pieesaat rota, WM a stream of water, and several good springe, roe ess tau can be gtveu isamediauly. For fcrOierparticulars ap ly U the store ofM|. Bchleeser. Hasting's Landing, or of al lm*rc MR. BcKKbt, 7* Murray St., New York. To LKT Ok f6r salL;, DERN BUILT COTTAOE, Stable and Hahed, with about an acre of land, the mn is well stocked with fruit ead aed with a picket fkuce. The stages ? every tea milutes withia Are minutes walk of the bouse, sit nation betwsea lMth sad UMb streets. For further in formation, aituly la JOHN BATHGATE, 1M Ninth street, or Dr. WOODS, Harlem. asrlS lm*rc f^HALT^-rins f sale at CARL ] Btch. N. B ?A general aeeoitment of Straw Hats aad Paris Rib bons, st the DUMt reasonable Prices. . . iX lm*rc CARL KINO, 17 Division street. JTpRIcEirca ? FASHIONABLE HAT STORE. fl THE SUBSCRlBERShayiag opened a HAT STORE ipkat No. 110 Fulton street, corner of Dutch street, respect fully so iw. ment Ul nw, *'**??. uavmsa, ?v., wi mw mot ??; ??! and will tell at the lowest prices. Sincle heu made to order si the shortest notice. ICHABOD PRICE. myi lm?r THOS. SHANNON. SPRING FASHION. f? BROWN It CO., 17C Chatham Square, corner of Mott Jpbsatreet, wish to inform the publie of weir recent improve ment in the manufacture aad Amah of their $1 Hats, combin ing fashteu, beauty and durability, three important considera lions to th> wearer. The proprietors do confidently easert their hats to be much superior to <ay ?fCr before sold for the same price. Call aad satisfy yourselfof this fact. mJO lm*rh SPRING STYLE. GENTLEMEN'S HATS. fS WHY will you pay $4 JO and $4 for a Hal, when you can no to ROBERTSON'S PHCENIX HAT AND CAP MANUFACTORY, 103 Fulton Street, And get as good one for (3 SO 1 Go, and examine for rour selves. mrlt lm*rc GENTLEMEN'S HATS-SPRING STYLE. SIRD, CORNER PINE AND NASSAU STREETS. Oentlemeu's Hats, of the Spring patient, unitiug much jance and beauty of style, are now ready for examination and sale, by the subscriber. BIRD, mrS4 lin'rc Comer of Pine and Nassau streets. GENTLEMEN'S SPRING FASHION', ft BEAVER AND SILK HATS of the best quality and Jpk most approved shapes, are now ready for inspection and sale at the old eatabliahed prices. Best Beaver 94 50 Best Silk 4 00 ROWE, Merchants' Exchange, al7 lm*rrc 40 William street. Mjc.1 KUrUMTAiN HAT AM' CA1* STUltK, NO. 171 l-? GRAND STREET. rS PLUNKETT fc CO., have just opened this new estab jdblishmeut with a splendid assortment of HATS and CAPS, not to be surpassed either in quality, elegance of shape or du rability, which they offer to the publie at the following very low prices >? HaTS. First auality Nutria Fur, at $3 50 Second do do do do 300 First quality Moleskin, do 3 00 Second do do do... J 50 Cars from cents to $1 75 each. T Wholesale and retail, orders punctually attended to, and customers'hats ironed and kept tit shape gratis. a7 lm'rrc J. PLUNKETT kR. PARDESSUS. EXCELSIOR. r? ROBERTSON'S PIHENIX fl jJL HAT AND CAP MANUFACTORY Jpk lOiHJLTON ST., BETWEEN NASSAU and WILLIAM. THE proprietor of this establishment has recently added to his extensive stock of spring goods, an assortment of Molesklh Hats, of exquisite finish and superior elesance. The price of these really superb articles is only S3 50, being $1 50 less than the same goods (manufactured in the same manner and of similar material) art sold in Broadway, lite secret of this great disparity in price may be easily conjectured. The advertiser's expenses being but a titha of those of the more splendid establishments in Broadway, he is in consequence enabled to offer goods of a corresponding description at lower rates. s 23 1m*rc J LOOK AT THIS ! LAD IKS AND GENTLEMEN, if you want a ^^Mfine ?rticje ol Boots and Short, call at 387 Broad wa), wline yon will find the largest assortment, cheapest, and most fashiouable in the city. Do not mistake the number, 367 > Broadway, comer of Franklin street. N. B.?a large assortment of imported French Boots. at the low price of 5 dollars. M. CAHiLL. a It lm?r ~ PREMIUM HOOTS. J FINE FRENCH BOOTS for S3 JO, city made, and are equal to those sold in other stores for Si. Fine French Calf Boots for $4 50, equal to the best made in this city for $? or $7, at YOUNG k. JONES' French Moot ?nd Shoe Manufactory, one of the moat fashionable in the city. Our Boou harm* been judged in the late Fair at Niblo's, are said to be the best ever ?old in this city. All Booti warranted to five satisfaction. Mending, tic., done in in* Store. YOUNO k JONES, 4 Ann street. wM lm*m Near Broadway. New York. BOOTS AND SHOES.?The imblic are invited to 1 call and examine the large assortment of Gentlemen's. Ladies' and Misses' Boots, Shoes and Gaiters, in all _w their vari?ti?s, which are to be found at the cheap cash store of , H. BIGGAM, m24 im*r ? Canal St., comer Sullivsn. RflTLj VERfOO L?First"Ticket Ships to be ? despatched?As follows, vix.?The splendid, fast ?ailing Packet Ship* > uaiitSHInt, < aptain D. G. Bailey, ?n the 16th of May. UUEEN OK tHK WEST, Captain Philip Wood house, oil the 21st inst., and _ _ THE SHERIDAN, O. B. Cornish, on the Kth inst. Persons about embarlung for the Old l onntry, will find it to their advantage to rail and examine for themselves the above-named magnificent, fast-sailing Packet Ships, previous to engaging elsewhere ; and in order to secure good berths, they will require to make early application. For passage, having unequalled accommodations in cabin, second cabin, and steerage, which will be made low, apply to myOrrc JOHN HERDMAN k Co., 61 South >1. ""TaPHCOTT'S (It.NtKAL fc.vilUKAilON ?OFFICE, 73 South street, New York, and 96 Wa terloo Road, Liverpool.?Persons sending for their tueuua IU any part of the old country, can make the necessa ry arrangements with the subscribers, oa reasonabls terms, to b^THE Jf4w LllhTor LIVERPOOL PACKETS. The Ships comprising this line are, it it well known, un surpassed by any, and their immense sice (all being HMO tons, and upwards) renders them more comfortable aud conve nt eut than shipe of a smaller class ; and the greatest reliance ?nay be placed in their punctuality in sailing. The subscrib rra are also agents for the St. George and Union Lines of Liverpool Packets, in any of which passage can be engaged on reasonable ten^ * myl 75 South st.I cor. Maiden lane. J&. , aJi ton* Burthen, will Mil ai above, fier regular day. r ui balance of freight or paaaage, having excellent accom asfS? mAr ?g re 17 Snwth street. ^ GLASGOW LINE OF PACKET9-To sail 1st iMWJnne. her regular day?1 he fine fast sailing packet JBK'li'l'SARACEN, 440 tons, Capt. N. T. Hawkins, mil ..n as above. - For freight or passage, having excellent accomodations, tpply to wOODHULA k A^NTURN. r South street. The regular packet ship BROOKS#*, MO tons. Captain Hugh McXwen, will succeed the Saracan, and sail 1st July, her regular day. oa) TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS. Wi ^iibjici* rvftprciiuii) lulormtd that the recent break m. in the < ana). c*u??d by the late freshet, liar in* been re paired, the PIONEER k EXPRESS I.INfc, viaRailroad uid Canal from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh. commenced iu i regular tri|? for the se-uon on Monday, the <it li of April, 1 leaving the Depot, No. 274 Market ?treet, DAILY, at TH o'clock, A.M. i Br this route passengers will avoid all the fatigue aad dan ger of night travelling iu coachea, both Railroad* being p*** ed in diylight. j For further information, apply at the old-established Qffice, I 174 Market street, 5 doera above Eighth atreet. ! a 10 Bni*rrc A. B. I'UMMINQ8, Agent. LONG ISLAND RAILROAD COMPANY. EXPRESS MAIL Trairts leave Whitehall. South Ferry, at? A. M., for Boitou?for all part* of tlie Island at 7 and A. M., aud 4 P. M daily, ereefept Sundays. *21 Imrc NEWARK AND NEW YORK. FARE ltK CENT8. _ The Splendid Steamer PASSAIC, will on and after May hit, rail nm urther notice as follows !? _ . _e*ve Newark, I Leave Barclay at., New York, 7)a o'clock, A. M. 10 o'clock, A. M. lji " r. M. I * " f M O*" Freight carried at very reasonable rate*. The Pisaaic stops st Bergen Point every trip. my6 lw'r PEOPLE'S-LINE OF STEAMBOATS FOK ALBANY Daily. Sundays eiserltd?Through Direct?at 7 o'clock, P.M From the Pirr belie em Courtlanit and Liberty lit. jMin ?Steamboat ROCHESTER. C-apt. Hough A?will leave on Mouday, Wednesday, and SCZZiBCaaLFriday Evening* at 7 o'clock. Su-.inboat HENDRICK IIUDSON, Capt. Cruttendeo. will leave on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evening*, at 7 o'clock. .... ... At 3o'clock, landing at intermediate place*. Suamboat SOUTH*Brainard, will leave oil Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday After #<8teamboat NORTH AMERICA, Capt. R. H. Furry, will leave on Tuesday, Thursday, aud Saturday Afternoons, at i o'clock. _ . ... , The above Boars will at all times arrive in Albany ui ample time for the morning cars for the East or Wert. Freight taken at moderate rates, ID- All persona air forbid trusting any of the Boats of this line without a written order from the Captains or Agent*. For passage or freight apply on board the Boat*, or to r. C. SCHULTZ, at the office ou tlie wharf. inyrrc THE MOST DELIGHTFUL OF ALL EXCURSIONS. A SAIL across the Hudson river to Hobo >ken, and then a walk to the Elysian Fields, .along the exceedingly picturesque shore* of the place, will prove the most easily accomplished and attrac tive of all rtirual excursions that can be made from the city. The grounds now present a charming aspect, the tree* be ing in leaf, and Hie soil covered with a rich turl. The walk a are in excellent order, hariaf been considerably embellished the present ?;i?inp. The Ferry Boat* from Barclay, Canal and Christopher st*., are completely fitted up with awuiuz* and *eat*. Night Boat* run from Hobokeu to Barclay atreet nntil 11 o'clock. , _ Ferriage cent*. ml 3m*r JNfcW VUtUv, ALbAiN V Aftil 1KUK L-liNh.. jM FOR ALBANY AND TROY DIRECT, fl- JlMfS' from the loot of Courtlandt ttrc?t. JWLmmJKmK* Passengers taking this Boat will arrive in time to take the Morning Train of Car* from Troy west to Buffalo, and north to Saratoga, Whitehall and Lake Cham P'*t steamer'EMPIRE, Captain R B, Mmt, laav?? Hn fed of Court laadt ?mt. on Tuesday, Tburvday aad Safiday COLuKlBLA, Capt. Wm. H. Peck, will leave the Pier foot of Courtlandt street, oa Moaday, Wednes day and Friday even inn, at 7 o'clock. For Passage or Freight, apply on board, or at the Office on the wharf. Freight matt be put in charge of the Freight Agent, or the Company will not be responsible for loe?. >20 tf The Proprietor* of Steamboats wiihing fl?Jg* 'irf Bells hung, would do well to pay a visit on XSKLboird the Steamboats Niagara, Iron Witch, Governor, iron boat John Stevens, Wooster, Traveller, lie., aad examine H. Homer's improved style of Bell Hanging? Sut up neat and strong, and warranted for one year, by H. II., ;o. ? Ann street. mr24 lm* .FOR STATTF.N ISLAND. . _ On anil .iiu-r Moaday. ihe 30th day of April, the Mearn boau SYLPH and STATEN ISLANDER will leave New York aad Staten Island as follows, until farther notice Leave State* Island at 6, t, 9, M, 11 o'clock, AM.; 1, t, 3,4, 6 o'clock, P.M. Leave New York, front Whitehall street, at T, 9, 11,11 o'clock, A.M.; 1,3,3. 4,5,7 o'clock, A.M. On Sundays, the first boat from the uland will leave at 3 A. M., and the first boat from New York at 9 A.M. N- B.?AH freight *t the risk of the owners thereof. aSlrc BOSTON SJEAMEiTS, FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. THE British and Nortff American Royal lMail Steam Ship* CAMBRIA, BRITAN NIA, and H1BERN1A, will leave Boston __il'or the above ports as follows, vit CAMBRI A. C. H. E. Judkins, Comt, on the Iflth May, 1*46. BRITANNIA, John Hewitt, " " 1st June, " HlBERNIA, Alex. Ryrie, " " 16th Passage to Halifax . $30 Passage to Liverpool f 139 For freight or passage, apply to D. BRIOHAM, Jr., Agent. fAt HARNDEN It CO.'S, 6 Wall st. No Berth secured until paid for. mr3 tf re m Vv, I PACKET FOR MARSEILLES?To touch at libriltar, to land passengers?The new and splen P?cket Ship ARCOLE, Capwin Nat. W. Eve leisiti, will sail on the 1st ol June. For freight or passage apply to CHAMBERLAIN k PHELPS, No. 103 Front St., or to myrrrc BOYD & H1N( KEN. No. W Wall st. PACKETS FOR HAVRE?Second Line.-The .Packet Ship ST. NICOLAS. CaPt, John B. Pell, ?will sail on the 1st of June. For freight or passage, BOYD k HIN< KEN.M Walfst. my* ST. OEORUE'S LINE lor' LIVERPOOL.?To .sail on the lA?The splendid new Packet Ship ST. _____jOEORGE, Ferri* master, 1000 ton* burthen, will positively sail on the above day. For freight or passage, having splendid accommodation*, apply on board, at pier 4 North River, or to DAVID OODEN, M Wall st. Cabin passage. $75. my7 4t*r UNITED STATES k GHfcAT BKI1AI.N fc .IRELAND OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT _____|OFFlCE.?The Subscriber* are prepared to bring uui p^.>euger* by any of the Line of Packet*, (ailing every five day* ; and draft* can, as ususL be furnished, payable throughout the United Kingdom. For further particular*, apply to JOHN HERDMAN k Co.. my7 (1 South street. FOR LIVERPOOL?Regular Packet of tlth of May.?The fir*t-cla*?, fast-*ailing Packet Ship STE iPHEN WHITNEY, Capt. Popliam, bnrthen 1100 tous, will sail as above, her regular day. Haviug very superior accommodations lor cabin, *econd cabin, and *teerage paiiengers, tho*e intending to embark should make immediate application on hoard, foot of Maideu lane, or to JOSEPH McMURRAY, Corner of Pine and South sts. P. S.?Persons desirous of sending for their friends in the old country, can have them brought out in the above splendid ship, or any of the same line, on moderate terms, by applying as above. myllrrc NEW LINE OF PACKETS FOR LIVER POOL.?Packet of 31st of May.?The splendid, fust iKiling and favorite packet shiji UUEEN OK THE e.91, 1400 tons burthen, Capt. P. V\ oodhouse, will sail on Thnrsdsr, May 31st, her regular day. The ships of this line being all 1000 tons and upwards, |>er*ons about to embark for the Old Conn try will not fail to see the Advantages to be de rived from selecting this liae in preference to any other, as their great capacity renders them every way more comfort able and convenient than ships of a small class, and their ac commodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passen gers, it is well kuown, are superior to those of aay other line of packets. Persons wishing to secure berths should not fail to make early application on board, at the foot of Burling slip, or to W. k J. T. TAPSCOTT. my (ire 75 South st. corner of Maiden lane. FOR BELIZE, HONDURAS-Bark JOHN ft. .GARDNER, James Pederson, master, has excellent itcrommodations for passengers, and will have des patch lor the above port. For passage only, apply to the Captain on board, or to F. ALEXANDRE, *29 lw*r 33 Sonth street. FOR LIVERPOOL?Naw Line?Regular Packet of 26thMay?1The elegant fast sailing packet ship _____jSHEIefl)AN, George B. Cornish, master, will sail as above, her regular day. For freight or passage, having accommodations unequalled for splendor or comfort, apply oa board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINS k CO., SC Booth street. ra'Sip^n'i.T. H. Trash, master, will succeed the Sheridan, ends ail 26th .Innc. her regular day. atim FOR HAVRE.?The superior Ship TALLA .11ASSEE, Capt. S'jilJirt, to sail on or before the ??ws^MMth mat. For fn mht or passage, apply to Capt. Stoadart, on board, at pier No. 3. N. R., or to ? BOYD k hInCKEN, my4 ire N\>. 9 Tontine Buildings. " t'OR LONTm/N?Regular f'acket of the 16th ol May.?The Packet Ship GLADIATOR, Capt. R. L. iBnuting, will aail as above, her regular day. For P4??ge in cabin, second cabin, and steerage passage, having splendid accommodations, apply on board, loot of Maideu lane, or to JOSEPH McML'RHAY, _ ... Comer of Fine and South street*. Iereons wishing to send for their friends, can have them brought oat to thl* country bv one of the line sailing from London on the 1st, 16thLand 24th of each month, on rea*onable terms, by applying as above. mvj rre SHIP SOUTHERNER, from LIVERPOOL.-Consignees will please send their permit* on board, foot of Roosevelt st., E. R., without delay. rJb'zS?' wS&MAi t'Jmztif?*? 37 South st. PACKET SHir SARACEN, from GLASGOW.?Con tignees per this vessel will plea?e send thair permits on l'oard, foot of James Slip, E. R.. without delay. N. B ?All goods not permitted in five days, mast be seat to public .tore. WOODHULL k MINTt RN, 37 South st. PACKET SHIP SHERIDAN, from LIVERPOOL.-^ order that tlii* ship may be despatched on her day (39th last.), consignees will oblige the undersigned bv having their permits on board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, with out (delay. All goods not permitted in five days, will he seat to public store. my9 E. K. COLLINS k Co., 56 Sonth st. PACKET SflTP CLIFTON, from NEW ORLEANS, is discharging, at Pike street wharf. Consignees will please attend to the receipt of their goods immediately, myfi SHIP ISABELLA, from NEW ORLEANS, is discharg ing at Orleans wliarl, foot of Wall street. <.onsignee* will please attend to the receipt of their goods immediately. ?|H BOYD'S BLEACHING POWDER. ?llw r 65 and (7 Nassau g, MAY DAY IN NEW YORK. &The above[cutf^$ liaithfuflpicture of New York on the first of May. Wo iqfcn it for the especial benefit of those of our subscribers at a distance, who have never visited New York on " May Day," and who have never mma. the mighty upheaving of the domestic concerns of the good people of Gotham on that great day. It willjbe seen that disorder is triumphant, an* revels in the midst of cracked crockery, and legless chairs and tables ; while every tiling that can boast of wheels is in a state of locomotion, conveying thel^isehold gods of our citizens to their new,places"of rest. Anniversary or tfce AtMean Kd.ration CtHUiatlM Society. Ihe above Society held its first anniversary Friday evening, at the Tabornock, in Brood, way. At 8 o'clock, there being ft very ranpoata ?o aasembbigo present, Jam** tfarper, Esq., late Mayor of tho rity of New York, as Preaident of the Society, wiu called to tho chair. Whereupon, the meeting was opened with a prayer bv the veil erable Mr. Thompson, of Rochester. R- Mc,b Esa- tl?en proceed hTrttalfte11, ?y this, it appears that the Society andSfy' *?* though it nas made a beginning, 11 u presented from extending its KolloMl extent desired, for the want of fundi. L.??u,K gentlemen were stated as having respond WhU .V^U^i iMUed ?he Soc'ety, in a manner --1tntrnHnn^nVy ^r?baton- of the object, purpose, RhJu ui^^ I to wit : - Ward, Lor., of th. ' Thom reP?rt "vied in language of tbe~bltm?.t eulogy, "Rt fint among the wiae, and the ChSriST J* ? " ?^exl foU?*ed the nnme? of Hon. LouisHon W "ornhlower, Col. J. O'Fallon, of St. \HaL 2?m Ouiley, Governor of Kentucky Hon and^r^iiurof P V>T?ntwD,r- Dewe>'' of ""Chester, ana ur. Miller, of Tnnceton, N.J. Passages from the lot era of the above individuals, expressing a warm feeling bv Sdwhtthgt!nthc objeclof ,bo bfe" ofTh^ l'.^H ?PP?*"1 tJ'*t ^e "ancicnt and honom ?'n Jh.t7-. -fSd wero arJcnt in the "iPPort of the Jdnylothl f,lv'%?ubUi'y. "la, and respect nriiiif 2.^!. r,U*,ou? "confederacies," for which the pre?entdaj is so remarkable. It ftirthar appeared by the re^to ro 2?* "r* nHmb*r of African teachers ready to go out a* missionaries for the purt>osc ofnrn miSt Itiettihufdi!iVilif1ti0? iD Afric? but that tEev et aWe to despatch thorn on this errand, for Sulr^o^o^ Others there were who wiro .u i j V ? . ? on ^ ?ame mission, so soon as thev ?hould be qualified by preliminary study. For this pur pose the Society proposes to establish schools on the plan ofthenoTmal an<f manual labor achoola, tTpA, p^ro% nf rArr ? P^nK5ni for ,hi* undertaking. For this object m?l-!^.UJnd' ar? rc,iulred. In themean tfrnc, to pro nely aMriodfa^lh h ?bjec" and usefulness of theso f* een commenced, devoted to the purpow of making known and carrying out its great de du^d Dr^t1 haViDg J'""/""1- ,h? h?n. chairman intro addross?h? m?"? of "icbmond, Va., who proceeded to serv7n<J tH-tTif- K- . Iearned pa?tor began by ob ?zea?? it?h,,.'!oc,f.ty *?? ,,ot intended to revolution i?nnW. Un(? poetical compact," or to make aggres tTAtt " 7t'al or^??tion.-' Its only oil ect w as the promotion of human good; it was not sum moned together bv any wet, cree.l or party!the only ban-' ?'j UP,WM that of peace, literature and love. After stood fnth+'L coH'bj'ting some of the prejudices which re^jLmin ?K*y ?flth? ?bJecU of the society, the learned Dlh. hil ??ervred'. th8t- ln redeeming .Africa-in giv IrifiM to h?r It fd"cation,t0 her benighted people-in ffi"f~in ?^uln- . hn? ,,ghl iuld hwfuences o\ chris Ic"fUlr* * Whole quarter of the globe from tv^IcMnr'i.H "frto'ing "gam a continent to christiani %e ?' l people were the only fit and proper agents have ^" '?,0r. th,'" wcre evident First, they alone have the physical constitution which will enable country' in "the* th^ d"'^? of the cUmate.^No country in the world was sui^rior to Africa in ??i?'^i i of c,ilne and tfbauty. and richness of ^v.ToS&yr'F'?' hTno whTm.n ?n Lrry ha" K'ven it as his opinion, coSst If thi.T. f? (. OCOmr.acc,'matc'1 on the western who hav* Ik! be n0 t '* evident that the colored race vnler^t. r u t0 *"dure thc climate, are the only Seemin?Mw.r^ iTt OIZL "P?akcr remarked) "the re trv' ??? conveyed to this unhappy coun 1 owinjr v'i "ih?t th 1?" '? "i0"1'1 '*/ down wu ^e fol physical power r people, together with the crri.V !!/ possess also the mind adapted to this ST.# K which two positions it follows \Tr Jbeytherefore Bre the best agent, forthi.purpZ L P^ceeded to establish and illustrate this alway^1 been whii' ih' ^'t?ric" ftU Africa hS ,,ot hv-Vj *h>t "he IS now, a benighted continent She had once been the theatre 'of a g?* anS gc?r.^ 1 been the great original home of , arti rJ'10 J?ib,e- and "lBO 1,11 thf f .k 5??' * e to Afric" the first and original then called v ,. ^ of c'vili/stion. It was from Africa, extended iiM ^P,a; lu civilization, art, and science, and from !h.??,P. ?C<> U "prci,d to the R<d the i l? Mesopot.mia This was not of efvnisiJI f"?*?", Krom Ethiopia, the march to Tvrl ZZt V fi t,0 ''b'enicia, t- Carthage, ?e weTtim lK 8,L,p" of ,ircc<-?. ?n't nies from ?fl,- Zu? 'bemfclves originally colo to? ami firnT," uhe ?"?"the oriemn tio^LfroithemfK ^Cr? ?! "L' ""b^quent ci^Hiza !I"the c|a??'c Oreeks boasted of having re coived their aru and icience, and even their letters. Now dn^ dffi h"1 Wei* !!'"ck* ["reat sensation ) Hero woollv^hal7 Wrfc ^ ?hey were blacks, ?nd had iWe "h""ld b11*'' 'Iked to have been refer not a'sf^ln ir*hitr"ffi''' " " Te" known that there wm .nrrroH^ .r? i^ '"c* ?mong them until the perio.1 which dMr J ,^ ^ h. Kr,n? .COn?uJe"t. (The speaker nlf rot nny if he here intended, th? conquest of Krvnt bv he^^H?0 rrtn.mC' h"W"">r "l,ch WM 'br.conqnest nnrrt If?. ik? exposing and lamenting, in elo K.h^l^.h'1 k v.pr7?nt ' !(rra,",', ?'<"??>?" Ol modern Kthionia, which Mr. M. said was the result of thirty cen tiirie? of oppression?of oppression, which they had suf fered more than any other nation since they had hern subjugated by the white or C aucasian race he proceed ed to show that this high degree of civilization for which Afncai had once been celebratod, was not confined mere ly to the aces belore C hristianity, but that even after wards, in the first centuries of its existence, the African people hnd been second to no people on the globe, in sci, literature and civifization Or,gen, Cyprian, Tertullian. St. Augustine, all thes.' celebrated men were Alricans. Mr. M. next proceeded to demonstrate that not only the African race were endowed with the phy sical qii'illtM's as above-mentioned - not onlv, also with the mental capabilities, as had also been shown, but that they also were possessed of thoae moral sensibilities which were equally necessary, both to impel to effort and to ensure success to the effort itself, 'j'he modern African has also (he observed) the power of self-govern ment In proof ol this, Mr. M. adduced the example of the present Governor of Liberia. This person (said Mr. M.) waa, at one time, a poor barber in the city in which I reside (Richmond, Va.) After enlarging upon the so cial and other qualitiesof the African race, Mr M. went on to show that, as thc Saviour of the world selocted those whom he sent forth- not from palaces, but from the huts of the poor and humble, and from the boats of fisher men -so, in the present case, the humbleness ol the agenta proposed to be emplo)ed, was rather a recom mendation! and, certainly, waa a means which would rr"'1*r them more fitted for the great ohjoct i:.!U i' .7** 'be society to promote. Tj 'be human mind to he educated, to be freely I,.!! Iun''erhuman instruction. The highest facul ritmn ,?*n' m?d. thought, reflection, reaaon, have lieen ui f__;? J".?" Jor "othing else; and it is evident that (Jod enlirhiaJLilf. iSf mind designed it for education and * hrn it ? child is born, in whatever cliine, X?l "C,-ihaturi,aJ 'r~rk whlrh ?' never to 1k> shine for ete^ity, ^iov " dc"UnCH UJ nU?5 Cl rr^! but '>?? ?>??. world 1m Mid " Lat thirl 7*,?r?unding this earth, this fancy of thatorlH .^f*? * Mbt7 ?a was in tha in ?howad that Ood designed man ?*? ?o, ?!?, wbaiMvfr a ^?1 comas l thoro b8 light," en rT'^ytSr)ns thr hJih5t ?,,H xWjLrJP1JliP*0 the ?word of Go ' wKrwufJuini? wf1*' ? u !,trtl Hi,h broken lie ran hn v,' .L ' tUtJ "'iff1? the WJ his wing, so that I ?*? ,lVe !SWer to ">'? ?er* ia ?n instinct in our na inVh/j ^ prompting in the heart, which shown even injtho dawn of childhood that man wan designed for lieht w?rttw,iirh, evrin "hiWhS^-ptJ5,h;:c,; ??& tot If ',H?1 j?**"* "liKhtVnedfilld'that li^ht u'the !?,? Mas ars.- a:,'rri'H mer's giant, quaffing the gol.let of riys.'es it will? Give me more " Ai wo inherit th? . ?? ' ritthe right; and man ha. the right to i cXit thefr'righu ''amA" Vu^rtTo'be the care also, 0f American*; not to shut out liarht from man. If some master fiends had the nower nnii <hnni t extinguish it, satellitesNo-na They wou co su m in ate their malito by extinguishing our 1 , 5 " ,?ht a'd7?o? worse th ?n^n?rii *?,C0,0r!? W?? Am",c? is really * or?e than in any other part of the world Kmanrinatinn 'lTvefree^oTTint*C,,"'ntha!."U?CheSt0 thom' (^vc 11 slave freedom in America, and wher* do you nlacn him' Thiffr nntth"'! 'Ut,?r c.hiiKr'n' 4,1(1 odium, an l contempt - tho slaver, tn? whfr.i,0 dW^U 'Ton 0,8 Privations _j ^ slavery to which the colored race are doom ?L.i" Amr"ea; 1 have nothing to do will, sec h ^u .T P"i prejudices or any tiling of the kind but ?JSpl,C?d T,a PO'i^n which, fiij wa?t ofcnUehten suffer mnCeenevor,r?l >l lh1 ,lpK1raa'Uion ho '? doomed to ????E&?" ssss and sent abroad to his native country?give him his full Sve la"d? and tl^n"16 exe^.Uc,of hii "'"bition in his ??? " n ?"r.i Cn you wlU *Uv?te I'im. It is a great ev il that slavery ever was inflicted here upon the colored the cause ofVooT The' ^ ^ V?? ,nflic,ion wi? whirh h?.I * V?C> ra" rcreiVB education here which thej neTur could get at home ; and can imoart that f? .tbei.r own brethren if sent abroad, thus bring ng a great blessing upon the Continent of Africa Theie lica^but^n w.<Letai"ai<1,rn ,h* Kreat Sh" does this grrat power consist > It is annde whieh ?? which we should learn, and an ex ample which we should emulate. Now, but enter the vault* of' Heaven**' ^' "h"" bri?ht moon in the 'blue "rvLI'iu L " 'hining?go wander through Uie m wtcre the ,amP "Kht'? streaming and re ZrVJf? UI,1U)"e !ittle cc"' which are to be found | natioA In?"3" J ' * ho are 'elected from ever) "hure'h ar?alV P1"0/""""!? ?0'"1 oT Uie Catholic drawn into it rt. Wh? h#V8 bccn woocd a"d i "!, ." ,n'? 'V These young men who are there been !efeitLaf a"taK<*' 10 hlo,,8'"? of education, have (ulJI T every climo and country?have been lhackw"1 %h\ 7("1 nef?lu9t' anJ freed from these shackl??. Their nundi are educated?and they are con secratcd to those wjio hnve educated them ; and he w ho nf i^Ce" poor y 1 an ?1 Ccn loosed from the (hackles /c<'"irT" b> c 1 " at'?n, wisdom and know !>in?n'n .1, ." devoted to those wl.o were the first to put him on U10 track of education THi bo/<nmn (U. , zoalous men and the most faithful tni. let us but take these colored men^d ,X?h'em-Mnd tolnstm^fK ? P't0 K? toward" tho" own homes to instruct their own race, and make them the instruments fitted toXV u'^ ?.rtUnate P??Ple. ?"d they .,re the nttett to do it With these Tiews I close myremuks I feel an interoit in the matter, and I exprens it unh);jta Ungly, and hope my friends here wUl al/aid us in our la The Rev. Ma. Dowwim; here concluded by a rraver when the meeting separated. y r ' er' Krllglous Intflllgriir?, 17 im ?" r?* VAr-10- Fourth Sunday after Kaster I L?tl?n n. v " ^ ?^r taster?Rogation 8un<Ujr. 18. Ro n!~ }' Rogetion-Day. JO. Rogat.on-Day. 31. Ihe Ascension of our Lord Jesus Christ. 14. Sunday af ler Ascension-IJay. 31. Whitsunday. ' Dr "?""on wiU be preached, by the Rev. Dr Stone, in the church of the Ascension, and a collec tion made in aid of St. Simon's (German) church TBACTARiA!,,M, _The Seventh in this series of Dis rn??V.'.hW^, n VVereidio8t Jude'? church, this even Ihe TracU^nSlr generation, as opposed to .l,i !fi2LT"r?v he Pro^,tant Episcopal church, not of vf 2^ if ?rk. intending to be in the city of New York on the Jlst inst., will confer a favor on the vestry of Trinity church by sending their addresses to the Vestry office, No. ,?7 t,lUon nree, 1 ? ronient 1 w,r nf Bt0rLM"T-TOur)"^? Mil*0*.-'Wo leam that the vestry n ML m.r7u ! C^'rrh h,v? Ju,t erected a monument of white marble to the memory of I?r. Mllnor, occupying the window ree?*s in thechureh bv the right of the im the ramenteH HI y " T'' '",,d to 11 ^001' likeness of IrHh^T Twenty or more linns nrc nlso in iwribed, sketrhirg nn nceount of his public life, by which U appears that he wss onre a lawyer in Philadelphia a Tears ""Trrss, and wns in the ministry thirty ?*" been formed in England, entitled, "The Uonnf f?,r PrrmoUn>* "'0 Colonic a tion of the Holy I.and. Noblemen, members of Parlia ment, and gentlemen of inflnenco, are among it* mem bers and supporters. * .U- T-r'***AT1 ?"Tk*_ B*?hop of Chicago administered tne saerament of Confirmation, in the cathedral of 8t Marv, to nearly 1000 persons, on Low Sunday. A letter from Rome states, that on the lfth, the con ?!r^?*l,"VLo>?la inaugurated in its church, knVuII^'^ ?r conversion of the people of ?r n* 1^ "tholicism, on w hich occasion the church h?s mien from morning till night Cm-Ban OaoAnifrD ?A church of the Redeemer un verat?w*,ne th" S?n.,r*' ,'re?,') tenan church, at Ha . "JJ*KVlar.1> orK8"i?ed in that village on Pres "yter7of Niw Yorky ' COmmi,t?e fr0m the K"urth P !jl^dSL*tn,^ri?*.n0*,flV/ ' April the John Ln.fc??r ' '*'? ot Cincinnati, as pastor of the Beneficent ongregational church and society In that rhzZfLZ?' 8wnuel H- A,len' '??* of the Union Theologkal Seminary, was ordained by an eccleniastical church in vi'ln iPMtrrm,u charge of the C ongi egaUonal April M Wndsor Locks, Connecticut, on Wednesday, Ir?,K_R#*' ,Myron N Morris was ordained to th! g0i"PS1 mlnl?ry. ?nd installed pastor of vtiSSStf'vp0riM5hUrCh '"^r?h Stoning,on,Tt? on tatlon'^artof .h^,01' K.'mper ha. recently made a visi n? rnn??^i 'hia territory, preaching at several places. lalrf th? ? 6n */" p?.r*?ns ?h three occasions, and of fhlf territory of a church at Madison, th. capital onVWed~li.\H',h? Ur!w Cl!.arth' consecrated ZZ^r^JlSLSiA' b> Bi"?P five of the seat 3W pers?ns preMnt" The ct"reh Bishop Johns consecrated, in Richmond, Va.. a small A Ornnd Fnatrn' 'rolle. " Father HeinrichV' gran lit concert. V oh I took placo on Wednoiday i>g last * ui< eel in many respects the m marknble, exciting never-to-be-forgotten entertmnment wo iiave ever wit nessed. Auditors, old and young, orchestra, chorui and nolo perfot ors all seemed for a while to hare gone partially mad . have become inflicted with the vene rable b< \ ? nervous and excitable enthusiasm. Such y< reaming, cheering, laughing and stamp ing is' of bouquets and wreath*, were never or heard of on a similar oc casion. >1 for this excitement seemed to have bet a child, which ascended the platform ted a beautiful bouquet to Mr. Heinrich, just hUci the first part of the concert was over. This .was immediately followed by a wreath of laurel, thrown by a lady-poetess, diitinguiahed by her ul tra-transcendental enthusiasm in musical matter*, and the incomprehensibility of most of her " superlatively splen did" notices. It seemed to us that the lady must, in for mer days, have had some practice in the athletic and manly exercise of uuoit-pitching, for the wreath was thrown with suqh admirable good aim and precision, as to fall directly upon the old artists' head, encircling his silvery locks, and giving him the perfect uppearanco of a modern Apol lo, somewhat advanced in year*. Over the Apollo's left oye, however, dangled a delicate card, which wa* attach ed to tho wreath, and bore tlio words, " For father Hein rich, from L. M. C." The tribute to the old man'* genius was in no danger of being mistaken. Amidst the shower of wreath* and bouquets which followed, Madame Otto gracefully stepped forward and crowned the hero of tho evening with another magnificent wreath. A number of these floral offerings had mysterious little bit* of paper at tached to them, but we question much whether these ; were bank checks, as has been intimated. The following are the contents of two, of which we obtained copie*.? ! The first is from the i?en of Mr*. M. K. Hewitt; the ?c coud is signed D**w. How Shall wk Chows Him How (hall we crown the minstrel, Who hath brought us from the wild, The melody that nature Taught her frre-souled mountain child ' They twined for him of Teoa The myrtle and the vine ; And the never-fading laurel For tho Chiaiu bard divine. And of old, in tuneful Provence, Where the monarch wore the bay, They gave tho golden violet To tne victor minstrel'* lay. But for him, who with the pilgrim*, Knelt in spirit on the sod, While the Mill heart's prayer, like incense. Went up to freedom'* God ; Who, amid the iwaying forest, Wlong the old primeval trees, Learned the glorious song of liberty From the voice* of the breeie, While fame shall give hi* minstrelsy To tho world, in after days, Let us crown him proudly in our heart 1, With the deathless meed of prai*e. To Father Hkinrich. Hail ! mighty priest of music'* potent sway ! Magician of the heart's most deep retreat! Accept the simple offering that we lay, A gift ot warm affection, at thy feet. We feel thy mighty power to grasp the soul, And wake bright ecstacy, or deadly fear: To ruuse pnlo terror with thy thunder's roll, Or pour loft strain* of gladness on the ear. Long may'*t thou here in honored quiet dwell, And weave thy visions with our country's name ; The after-time* in glowing words ahall tell Thy worthy greatueas, and thy well-earned fame. What if unheeded by the hearties* throng ? What if at times no hopeful, sun-warm gleam* Beam on thy clouded path of secret song T Let this not shade or break thy golden dream*. There come* a future after thi* brief hour. That wraps our memorio* in undying bloom. A loud-tongued voice of mystic-working power Kchoes behind us in this vale of gloom. Then cheer thee, master of thy heaven-born art! Thy (trains shall float down through the endles* years. Thy- magic melody will ever (tir the heart To wild-toned rapture, or to lilent tears. Thv name will find a home in every land Where Muiic dwell* to hallow and refine ; In far-ofl' ages will there proudly stand, To thy great soul, a sacred, cherished shrine. Ntw York, May 6, 1846. The concert, upon the whole, wa* a great, a very great, triumph for the old artist We should suppose that about 1600 prsnn* were present on the ocraalon. and are certain that a" were pleased and delighted. Much of the music i* truly magnificent and grand ; hut in the midst of this sublimity ant grandeur, wo were sometimes startled by the quaintest and oddest pn- mres wn ever heard. There i* certainly a wonderful deal of originality in all Mr. II.'s composition*, and the most fantastic part* arc al way* artistically correct, and perfectly descriptive of their subject The " Cirand Monumental Symphony" to the memory of Beethovervwas omitted, as, notwithstand ing the very large orchestra engaged, there were not in struments enough for its execution. Madame Otto's flr*t song, " The Maid of Honor Laughing at Love," is cer tainly , both for the singer and pianist, one of,the most dif ficult ever written. We nucstion very much whether any other lady vocalist coul<f be found in the country ca pable of executing the long running paisage which oc cur* near the close of this song in so charming a man ner as Madame Otto did, although her ahake in the same placo was " no great shake." " The Parting," a mo*t sweet and pathetic *ong, wa* very effectively and cor* rectly given by Mi** Northall. It seemed, indeed, aa if each of the three principal lady vocaliit* had her cng written expressly lor her, so |>eculiarly well were their respective pieces"adapted to their individual talenta, style an?f voice. After the above two ladies, Mrs. 4,oder *ang a sacred song from Mr. Heinrich'a Oratorio of " The Pilgrim*." entitled " We Wander in a Thorny Maie," which moat charming, chaste and beautiful composi tion. And no one could have done better justice to it than Mr*. Loder ; for that sacred song, eiecuted aa it waa hy this lady, was certainly one of the moet brilliant gema of the'evening. The " Kmharkation March of the Pil grims" is a very expressive, and highly descriptive com position, replete with the author's peculiarities and ditt cultie*. Some part* of this were well given, but in others, especially the more didlcult concerted passages, e lack of sufficient rehearsal wa* strongly perceptible. The " Yager'* Adieu"' i* very beautiful and effective, and we should say, destined to great popularity. We muit not omit mentioning Miss Watson, who sang in very excellent voice, nor Messrs Loder, Timm aud King, all of whom came in for a well merited share of applause. Mr. Heinrich, however, has by thi* one concert immor talized himself. May he live many years more, and in happiness re|>ose on nia well earned laurel*. Mr. Barstow Pocro.-Ii will be reoadeotcd that f.'oL Baratow, the agent engaged in removing the Choc taw Indians, sometime since riiaappeaied, and suspicion* were entertained that he had been murdMHl. His body haa lince been found in Smaok Over Ci*K, Arkanse*. under circumitance* that leave no room to doubt that ha wa* drowned in attempting to ford that stream, which waa high at the time, and difecult to oroea Political Novrmen(i< The Governor or Im imom?Judge Lofio, of San gamon county, if favorably mentioned by the whig presa of Iilinoil, a* a fit ]>erson to be nut in nomination as tha whig candidal* for Governor of that Hut*. Miuiy of tha whig* are, however, opposed to mukiug any nominatioa at all, considering it useless. The demur ratio candidate ii Augustus C. French. The election it held in August. Politic* i* Ohio and Indiana.?The gubernatorial canvass in Ohio and Indiana, is already waxing warm. In Ohio, the wordy war of jiolitical detraction it particu larly tierce. What make* it (till more interesting and varied in iti features, i* the diviiion which exists in the democratic ranks, which is productive of more ill Mood than the battling with the wnigs. The currency ques tion it the dividing line between the two sections?the one going against all banks and pajier currency, anil tha other tolerating both, when founded upon a projier basis. Mkiiaqe of Governor Torcr*.?The oath of offlr? wa? administered to Mr. Toueey, as Governor of Connec ticut, on the nth inst., ami his message delivered imme diately afterwards. It is a very creditable document, and takes strong ground in favor of a revenue tarifl". On the Oregon question, lie says: "In regard to that part of tha territory lying north of the 49th parallel, though our title* it the best, decisively the best, yet there are other great national considerations applicable to it, and it ia a proper subject for diplomatic adjustment. The government, from its Just anxiety for peace, in deference to its pa* action, has already gone to the extreme verge of tha limits of concession, and ought now to be sustained, and I trust will be sustained, by whatever there is of |>atriot ism in the country." Democratic State Convention in Nr.* IIamprhirk. ? We perceive by the \tw flamjtthirt Patriot, that tha Statu committee have given notice that ? democratic Htate convention will be lioldcn in Concord, on the 11th of Juue next, for the nomination of ? candidate for < toveruor, and the transaction of such other busineas aa may come before the convention?and particularly aa ?elates to the nomination of memlicr* of Congress. Which oe the Two??The chairman of the demo cratic State committee of North < arolina, has published a card, requesting its memliers to meet lu Raleigh on .Monday, the 18th of May, for the purpose of deriding whether James il. Shepard or Walter >. Leak, (both of whom are now in the field,) shall be the candidate of the re publican party for Governor at the ensuing election? and also requesting that those member* who cannot attend, will address him a letter, stating which of the two gentlemeu they prefer. The local election in Wilmington, [Del.] on Tuesday, ; resulted in the lucceta of the democratic ticket, by a ma | jority of MS. Varieties. Lucky Fellow.?A citizen of Buffalo, left a short time lince for Sweden to, take charge of an estate of soma $-200,000 or $300,000, to which he has just become heir. Ct a hd Comfort.?The Rochester Advertiser lys that an association has been formed at Mount Morrin tthe purpose of supplying the village with water.? apital $2,MM. The water is to he brought in lead or u i pipes from springs a short distance from the village. Value ok rur. Hydraulic Cotton Pkkss ? Ahvdrau ' lie cotton press ha* been lately ??tabliihed at Savannah, I which will confer great advantages oiI the shipping ii> terest of that city. A practical illustration of this is giveu in the Savannah Republican: The average of seven car Eoes of uncompressed cotton successively tak#n out to iverpool by the ship Kli Whitney was 1,777 bales or ?7S,I27 pounds. A few days ago this same vessel cleared for Havre with a cargo of 2,461 Dales, or 94)0,4:10 pounds el compressed cotton. The saving to the owners by com pression oil this single cargo, is equal to the eutir* charges and expenses from the time the vessel touches the wharf, until she is again ready for sea. In other words, the voyage will yield to tl?o owners about $l,MKt more than if there had been no cotum press In Savanuah. Southeen M. E. Conrr.Ri-.NCE.?The general Southern Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church Is now in session in Petersburg, Va. "True Religion."?'The annexed resolution was to be disdussed in Detroit on the 14 ult ;? Resolved. That there is no true religion except it ba strictly abolitionism, and no man can be a true minister of the gospel except he be an abolitionist?all other* are practical infidels. Abolitionism seeks to produce bloodshed and massacre; munler, therefore, is the 'true religion.' Abolitionism seeks to array the North against South) civil discord therefore, is the 'true religion.' Abolitionism seeks to trample down the Constitution, and ettect a dissolution of the L'nioui treason, therefore, is the 'true religion.' Everv Christian minister, therefore, who preaches against murder, civil war and treason, is a 'practical infidel.' Balloon Ascension.?Signor Muzio Muzzi, the great aeronautist, was to make an aerial ascension from New Orleans, on the id inst. Execution.?The negro Dave was executed at Lau rens ville, 8.C. on Friday,the 34th ult .forth* murder of hi* master, Capt. Vance. Dave confessed the crime, exone rating any white man from participating in it, but men tioned several white men who trailed with negroes, ai><] harbored them. Albany May H, 1846. Legitlativt Proceeding/, 4'c Bright and beautiful morning-?some angels in heaven and some upon earth. Capitol Park looking like the sera glio of the Sultan of Muscat. The Albany haul ton eclipse the kmut ton in his harem. House filled, crowded, and coswpaoUy squeezed. A bill or an enactment, concerning the New York and Eria Railroad, which 1 herewith enclose, and the defeat of which, in the House, some time since, caused a very re markable excitement, passed the Senate ) esterday, and after an eminently beautiful debate, which was applauded by a very discriminating mass of spectators, was ordeied to a third reading in the House this morning. The bill which was defeated in the Assembly, was substantially similar in its general construction to the one enclosed, which has passed the House without amendment Samuel Ellsworth, M. C., directly from the green hills and the fertile plain* where 1 was (thorough) bred, passed through this city to-day, on his pilgri mage to the city of magnolias nnd rosea?the city of bird-cages and (dove-cotes?the American Hague and the legislative mart?Washington ! Ellsworth step ped into the House this morning, looking as majestic aa the statue of Jefferson, in the ground* belonging to tha " white house," at Washington, and as noble as any no bleman. The question before the House was upon n bill in relation to the Sing Siug State prison. When it became known that an M. C. was in the House, a remarkable change was |>erceptihle in the enunciation and action of the member who occupied the door upon this question ; his magniloquence was of an elliptic species. He wan followed by half a do/.en members, all anxious to " make a point" before an M. C., and oh, Sing Sing, what songs there were among 'em '. In order to dispose of the immense amount of local and private business, both houses now hold three sessions par diem?morning, afternoon and evening. The Senate (lid not do any business at all this morning worthy of notice, The bills for the relief of the New York Insurance Companies lie upon the table in the Se nate, and there is no doubt about their passage. In the House this morning, Mr. Tefft reported in favor of the amendments made by the Senate, to the Hudson river rail road bill; the report was laid upon the table, and the amendments ordered printed. This afternoon the Senate ia discussing the assembly bill, to authorize the construction of a railway from Schenectady to Utlca, on the south side of the Mohawk river. The Senate adjourned at 0 P. M., without taking the final vote. This afternoon, the business of the House is altogether of a local character. The anti-rent bills will not be passed by the Senate, I believe. They remain upon the table. FANCY NEEDLE-WORK EMPORIUM. HENRY LAWRENCE. IMPORTER OK ZEPHYR WOOL, CANVASS, TAT 1 TERNS, BEADS, KRINOES, OIMPS, lie.. 14 JOHN STREET, NEAR BROADWAY.?H. L. takes tliumethod of iuformioK the trail* and public r*aerally that he has tskeu th? above store, snd is prepared t? offer aa f-ttsasive stock ia his liar, select?d by hfm??!f, in Knrope, with especial refer ence to unalify and novelty I and bv his arrangements, feels confident that r>M prices email tail of commanding a snare of public ftarrnuar'' He is now opening many articles entirely new in the market, and respectfully solicits a call, ml lm*rc NEW SPKI 7nT> ADATTKD TO GENTLEMEN'S WEAR WM. MATTHir.MRJt, 1*7 r?!tnn ureet, Utiles the in spection "f the public to his rhoire stock of Freach Black and colored Cloths and Cassimers, Vesting*, of all va rieties, snitsM- for r.pring irsde, which are now to be sold Lew for imvl Customers desiring t<> have ELEGANT AND DURABLE GARMENTS AT MODERATE PRICES, wonld do well to have their garments cut by the efficient cnt ters of this establishment, who are capable of riving as neat a fitting garment as tha most faatidions can desire. AH articles of rfflall wear continually on hand, Shirts, espe cially. Remember the anmher, 117 Fulton street. att lm*r WM. MATTH1 ESSEN. French artificial" flowers LOWITZ k BECKER, No. 34 John street, have jnst opened a splendid assortment of French Artificial flow ers, materials for flower makers, lie., He., srliith they offsr te the trsde, at low prices. mil im'uie J. WARWICK, GOLD fc SILVER REFINER, Assa'ver and Sweep 8m?( tar. 0?ee,17 JOHN Street, New York. Fum Gold, Rolled Miter, Rouge and <raeibles, al ways on hand. mfi l?n?rre FURNITURE PLUSH. M Dm coach, aad I THE SUBSCRIBERS have receirad from their myafaet* ?!? ry an extensive assortment of idain and firboma raral tin Flushes. of all colors aad quslities, saitable for cabinet. ?7' ^ .ULELMO a CO. tl in*r |M "??rl itrfft M. Trusses, n ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERS. AND ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERS. THE aapenontv of Dr. Hall', ia.truaseat. oeer all other, it ickMwIfV^ *'>' mo<lt ???|B*|?trnyi!ciin? m ??? ,n$yfhrt 4^eser*s?r#*?, ANN Hoaae. A female ia attend ance la the ladias' department. myS lm*r ? NfRL Dr. VAN ZANDT*8 celebrated Health Restoratire, Ann DrspM?tc ,,ui Ami-Billioua Cathartic Pills, an aold at Wyttt k Ketcham'a, III K*hcm str-ec Price ?i rents per box. i?r*1 im*m aiAANp6L?^ SOLAR. UARl), AN? HAlX LAMPS. CHANDELIERS, See. TOiStetaivtta ftC5."j^a2r3i?^5F5wro advantage to call and eiswlw tha wore st"Ck h?'or? nurrhae> ixaUwhara. JOHN N MOROAN. ?? lm*rc 154 l?lw M *tat d<-oi !??? W?o?dwaT

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