Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 12, 1846, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 12, 1846 Page 1
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m?1 i wjh i'i ! .i*i.Meaap?i THl Vol. xn, no. lb<4-wbole No. 441*. THE NEW YORK HERALD! | JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PROPRIETOR. Oirculation---Forty Thousand. D AILY HERALD?Ereiy ilay, Price Z cents per copy?$7 IS per aiuiura?paynble in advance. WEEKLY HEKaLD?fverr 9itnrday?-Price tSi cents , per copy?$3 12K cenu per annum?payable in adTanre. I HEKALD t Olt EU liOPK?Krtry 9teem Bkcket day. | Price 0>? cents per copy?$J 00 per auuuui, payable ui advance. ADVKRTISEMEMTS at the|o<ual pricei?alwaya cash in advance. HUNTING grail kiuds executed with beauty and des* patch. All letter* or commuuieations, by mail, addressed to the ; tablishment. matt be post paid, or the postage will be ded. cted from the subscription money remitt d. JA.ViES GORDON BENNETT, Proprietor of the New York Hchsi.u KiTi?i.nrH>>T, North-West corn, rol' Fulton and Nassau streets. ?? I ' ?' ' n i mi i-v.^oi u KAILROAD COMPANY. SUMMER J1H.KAXGEMENT SyCSfci tKA1NS HUN AM FOLLOWS COMMENCING WED NKSDAY, MAY 13. 1146 : Leave Bkookly* at 7 o'clock. A M. Boston tr in Tor Oreenport, daily (except Sundays,) stopping at F^rnungdale and St. George's Niinor. " " at 9K o'clock, A. M., for Far nun dale and intermediate places. " " at 3 P. M., through to Oreenport, stri ping both ways at Jamaica, Branch, Hiclut (He, Farmiugdale, and all the stations between Farmiugdale and Oreenport. M M at 4 P. M., for Farmuigdale and iuterme diate place*. Lkatc Okkskfokt ati o'clock, A. M. Accommodation train, daily, (except Sundays,) throogh to Brooklyn. M " at 3 P. M., Boston train, or on the arrival of the steamer from Norwich, stopping at 8t. George's Manor and Farmingdale. Lun Farmuvodai-k at 6W A. M?, Accommodation train for Brooklyn. " " at A. M. Oreenport train, lor Brooklyn. ^ M " a' 2.4 P. M. Accommodation train, for Brooklyn. Lbate Jamaioa at A. M. Accommodation train, for Brooklyn. " at 9U A. M. Oreenport train for Brooklyn. " " at 3>4 P. J# Accommodation train, for Brooklyn. _ . ransTO?opuiura * cents, r.ast n?gr * or* 12 >4, Kiice Course 18V Trotting Course 18V. JafMea 25, Brushville . Sltf, Hyde rark (17 miles) J7)<, Clowsvtlle (during the tension of court) 37)?, Hempstead 37W, Branch V\, Carle Place 44, Westbury 44, liicksville 44, r.trmiugdale 62jj?, Deer Park ' 89. Thomp?i>n 88, Suffolk station SI, Lake (Load nation ' $1 I8jf, \ledford station S! I8\, Yaphunk $1 37*{, St. George'* , Manor $1 62X, Riverhead SI KiW, Jainesport SI 62k, Mattetuck SI 62){. Cutchogae S> <&)?, Southold SI 62){, Greenport 1 Accommodation train $1 75, Greenport by Boston train S2 2i. Stages are in readiness on the arrival of trains at the several stations, to take passengers at very low fares, to all parts of the Island. Baggage Crates will be in readiness at the foot of Whitehall street, to receive baggage for the several trains. 30 minute* before the hoar of starting from the Brooklyn aide. The steamboat " Statesman" leaves Green port for Sag Har- j bor twice each day, on the arrival of the traina from Brook- . , lr?. my 19 re TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS. WIHP rifl tssA | riiHE respecilulr^utormed that the rece nt break J. in the Canal, caused by the late freshet, h.iring been impaired, the PIONEER It EXPRESS tINfc, via Railrjad and Caiuit from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh, commenced its regular trip* for the season on Monday, the fth of April, leaving the Depot, No. 274 Market street, DAILY, at o'clock, A.M. By this route paisenren will avoid all the faticae and dan- 1 ger of uight travelling m coaches, both Railroads being pass- 1 d in daylight. For further information, apply at the old-established Office, 1 S74 Market street, 5 doors above Eighth street. alO fim'rrc A. B. CUM MINOS, Agent. LONG ISLAND KAILHUAD Express Mail Train, leavea Whitehall street Feriy, New York JBKV side, every morning at 7 A.M., for Boston.? Al?i. trains from Brooklvn side at 7 o'clock and five fiiiiutt s, and A M., and J and J P. M., daily. The 7 A- M , and 3 P. M. tiaiu* go through, the former stopping at Farmiugdale and manor, and the latter at all places en the road jeUr ' TKOY MORNING AND EVENING LINE. MORNING LINE AT SEVEN O'CLOCK. FOR ALBANY AND TROY-From the Steamboat Pier at the foot of Barclay street. SCaMBQKaLanding at Peekskill West Point, Newburgh, H?uipion, Milton, Poughkeepsie, Hyde Park, Rhineriek.lj. Ked Hook, Bristol, CatakiU, Hudaon, Coxsaekie, indoi'.iook and Baltimore. I Breakl'asr and dinner on board the boat. The steamboat NIAGARA, will leave on Monday, Wednesday and frnday Mornings 7 A M. The steainuoai TROY Captain Gorham, on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mo, rags, at T o'clock. Returning ou opposite davs. For passage or freight apply on board, or at the office on the wharf. NEW YORK. ALBANY AND TROY LINE. ' FOR ALBANY AND TROY DIRECT. From the pier at the foot of Courtlandt street. The low-preasnre steamboat EMPIRE, Captain KB. Maey, leaves cue loot ul Courtlandt street, on Tnesday, Thursday and Samrdav veuings, at seven o'clock. Tlie Steamboat COLUMBIA, Capt. Wm. H. Peek, will leave on Monday, Wednesday and Friday ertiisgi, at 7 Puien|?n taking these Boats will arrive in time to take the Morning Train of Can Irom Troy west to Bnffalo, and north to Saratoga. Whitehall and Lake Champlain. I For Passage or Freight, apply on board, or at the Office on the wharf. No freight taken after 5)? o'clock. . NOTICE-All goods, freight, bank billi, specie, or any ether kind of property, positively at the owner'* ri?k. j2flr ( PEOPLE'S LINE OK BTEAMBOATB FOH ALBANY Direct?')aily, Huudayjeieepted?at7o'clock, P.M From Slca ml oat pier krtwem Court lanu't and Liitrty itk. i jMQ Steamboat ROCHESTER, Capt. Allreu Houghton. will leave ou Monday. Wedues- i 3CZMUL <li#y, and 1) ridav evening*, at 7 o'clock. I tfceiuiboat HENDR1K HUDSON, Cap?- R- Cruttenden. Will leave on Tuesday, Thar*day and Saturday evenings, at 7 o'clock. The above boau will, at all timea, arrive in Albany in ample time lor the moruiug can for the eaat or west. Freight taken at moderate rates, and none taken after 5H O'clock, P M. All ixriom .we forbid truating any of the boats of this line, without a written order from the captaina or agents. Fur or freight, apply on board the boats, or to P. C. Bcholtz, at the office ou the wharf. United Statea Mail Line. At 5 o'clock, P. M., Landing at Intermediate Place*. AYom Me >' ?/ of Barclay it., , Steanrtboat HUDSON, Captain C. F. King, will leave on Mouday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday afternoons, at 5 o'clock. Steamboat SANTA CL\U8, Captain Boverlagh, will leave ou Tuesday, Thunday and Saturday afternoons, at 5 o'clock. Apply on board, or at the office on the wharf. jr24 ^MM^si DAILY LINE OF BOATS BETWEEN I NEW YORK AND STATEN ISLAND. I ??I he steamboats HI LIU, I truin J. tlraisted, ami MI'aTRN I8LANDEK, Captain D. Van 2*elt, will 1 leave as follovi:? Litre Htaten island at I, I, I, 10 ud 11 A. M; at 1, 2, 3, 4, 3, 1 aud 7, P. M. 1 Leave New York at 7,?, M, and 11, A. M. and 1,1,3,4,}, < t, 7 and ^ past 7 P. M. 1 An freight at ihe ruk of of the owner* thereof. jelt 1 TH.L MOST DELIGHTFUL OV ALL. I EXCURSIONS. i 0/l A B AIL aeroaathe Hudaou river to Hobo flb i VgjyBMf "?' then a walk to the Klytian Fields, SMaJBQE^IoiiK the exceedingly picturesque shores of the place. Will prove the most easily accomplished and altrae tive of all rnrud excursion* that can be made from the city. ] The grounds now preaeut a charming aspect, the tree* be intern leaf, and the toil covered with a rich tarf. The walks are in excellent order, having beeu considerably raiellished the present spring. On eury pleasant afteruoou there will be in attendance at Ibe CoHQ'iiiade. El yuan Fields, an excellent Band of Music, i which will perform selections from the favorite Operaa, popular air*, marcliet, walties. Ice. The Kerry Boat* Irom Utrclay, Canal and Chriatopher tts., He Completely fitted up with awnings and teats. Night boats run from Hohokcn to Barclay street until U o'clock. Ferriage eeata. ml 3m*r ( - DHAFTS ON UKEAT rfRlTAlN AND IRELAND?Persons wishing to re- I money to iheir friends in any part of < ^4^3ujalAJlhe old country, can procure drafts of the I ^^^^^^^ ubaeribers for any amount, Irom XI and < ap*ard?, |>a>able at aight, without discount, in all the prfheipal towns throughout Eugluid, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. Tue ^nhscrihera beg to info at their friends and the public that tins branch of their basinet* coutiuuet to receive tlieir | particular attention, ami they feel quite certain that better t arrangi mania than theirs lor transmitting money to the old eoiiiiury cmnot be made. The nival mail steimer Caledonia will leave Boston tomorrow, by which nil drafts r.\n br forwarded. \V. k J T. TArsCOTT, W South street, jf 30 r 2 doors below Burling alip. Aftwf HtH LUN DON?Kegular packet wl' JulvlS h?? i Mjn^The first class,fast sailing pncltet ahi|> VICTORIA, Hartshorn, bnrtheni 1000 tona, will aail aa . asoTt-?ner regular day. Having very superior accommodations for cabin, second csbtn wild ?teernge passengers, persons intending; to embark 4 ho'.ild make early application on board, foot ol Maiden lane, r to JOSEPH MeMUHKAV, Corner of Pine and South streets. The splendid new picket shui PHINCK ALBKRT, Capt. i Seller, will succeed the Victual, and aail on the lat of An- j n?. i _ . SHIP NORMAN, from Havre?Consignees per I MkJtc^W'Iik ahip will please si.nd their permits ou board, at *HHHel ier No. 1 Nnrth river, or to the office ol the under- < am?eu. All goods not pet muted in five devs, will be tent to < the public ?(? . BO VI) k hINcKF.N. ie?i r No M Wall at. " A<t?T frOK LI VKKItJOL?[New Line?Regular Packet . KJS>'.>r ilSLJ"'y-~The superior, fast sailing packet ship jmntf, HOTTINOUKK, lloStons burthen, Capt. Ira Barelev, wit I sail aa abova, her regnlar day. Kof freight or paaaage, having elegant and superior accotn Modanons,apMvn? board, west ante of Burling,slip, or to WOODHVLL h MINTUKN, V SUrti street. Price of p.issag e f'Jo. * ^ 1he |.?rkei. shir Liverpool. 1200 tons bnrthen. Captain John < F.ldridge, will succead tha Hottingnar, and aail on her rega- I liti 'Kv. ?:.? /angusl JeJJrc I Aftjv ]""K ULAUUOW?'I he new. lirst ciaaa amp wiYflVAltVini, V0 tmis, H Kobinnon, master, having jjUyfc?a<i.<.ii of her cargo engaged, will meat with dea|iatch. rut o<ti.mce ol freight or iwsnaije, having excellent sceommodatious, apply to the captain ou board.foot of Dover street, 4 or to WOODHULL Id MINTURN, ? ief* r f Ruiilh street. ' hOK LIVERPOOL?N?w Line? Regular |.?CR- . OaR^et of the Mth July.?The elegant, faat sailing packMmMmr* ship ROSCHJ8, A. Kldndge, master, of 1100 tons will ?.ni m above, her regular day. Per freight or paaaage, having accommodations unequalled for splendor er comfort, apply on board, at Orleans wharf, ' loot of Wall street, or to K. K. COLLINS k CO., N Sooth at 1 Price ofpaaaa?a ?1M. i?rrr> E NE' N GLASGOW AND NEW YORK LINE OF 1 PACKETS. PM il ^ ? ER30NS wishing lo tend (or^^^^tndi Ui any part of Scotland, to sail direct from Olasgow, can make arrangetoeuta with thr Subscribers, to have them brought oat in any o< tl?e line of Packets, sailing monthly Irom Glasgow The ANN HARVEY, Captain Scott, ADAM ( ARK, Captaiu MrEweu, SAKACEN .Captaiu Hawkias, BKOOKsbvT . _ Comprise the above line, aud the high character of those Teasels should be sufficient inducement for persons who may be ending for their friends in Scotland, to make arrangements for this (the ouly line.) Further particulars giren.^n ^'^'^^coTT. 71 South street, corner ?t Maiden Lane, or Messrs. kKID fc MURRAY, A*euu alO r in Glasgow. NEW YORK AND GLASGOW LINE OF PACKETS. lUS of each mouth. From N. York. Fen. Ol'gow. I Juue 1. July Li. Ship SARACEN, N. T. Hawking, < Oct. I. Nov'r 15. ( Feb. 1. March 15. iJulyl. April 15. Br. Ship BROOKSBY, H. M'Eweu, < Not. 1. Au?. 15. ( Much 1. Dec'r 15. k August 1. May 15. Br Bark ADAM CARR, , < Dec'r 1. Kept. 15. ( April 1. Jan. 15. I May 1. Juue 15 Br. Bark ANN IIARLEY, R. Soott, < Sept. 1. Oct. 15. ( Jau'y 1 Februa. I}. These ships are Rood, substantial vessels, ably commanded, and will tail punctually on their regular days. Tlieir accommodations for passenger,arc good, and every*attention will be paid to promote their comfort. The agent* or Captains will noc be responsible for any parcels or package* sent them, unless bills of lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage, apply to WOODHULL k MINTURN, 87 South street, New York, or al re. REIT) He MVRRAY, Glasgow. passage from great brltaian and ireland, *ifiv jfe By UieBTjck Ball, o^Ol^Line o^Liverpool PacketsTsatling from Liverpool on the l?t and 16th ol every mouth. The YORKSHIRE sails from Liverpool, 1st of March. " OXKORD " " 16th of March. " CAMBRIDGE " " 1st of April. ' MONTEZUM A " " 16th of April. Persons sending for their friends, and forwarding the passage certificate by the steamship Hiberma, sailiug from Boston on ih? lat of February, will have plenty of time to coine in the Yarkshirev or in any one ol the eight packets of the Black Ball Line, ssjliuic from Liverpool ou the 1st and 16th of every month. Apply to. or address, if by letter post paid, ROCHE, BROTHERS &. CO.. 15 Fulton st.. Neit door to the Fulton Bank. Marseilles" LTne Of "Packets. ~ 4 jfe m m. Tli^muermentioi^hiii^Irill b^eguUHy despatcnelffirom Seuce on tlie 1st, and from Maraeillea the 10th of each month wring the year, a* follows Ships. Captains. From N. York. PR'CE de JOINVILLE, (new) Lawrence, April 1 Sept. 1. MISSURl, Silvester, May 1 Oct. 1. ARCOLE (new) Eveleigh, June 1 Nov. 1. ASTON, Coulter, July I Dee. 1. NEBRASKA (uew) Watson, Ang. 1 Jan. 1. Ships. Captains. From Marseilles. PR CE de JOINVILLE. (uew) Lawrence, June 10 Nov. 10 MISSOURI. Silvester, July 10 Dec. 10 ARCPLE, (new) Efeleigh, Am. 10 Jan. 10 UASTON, Coulter, Sept. 10 Feb. 10 NEBRA8KA, Watson, Oct. 10 Mar. 10 These vessels are of the first class, commended by men of experience. Their accommodations, for passengers ase unsurpassed for comfort and convenience. Goods addressed to the acute will be forwarded free of other charges than tlieae actnIv paid. for freight or passage apply to CHAMBERLAIN k PHELPS, Proprietor* No. 103 Kront street, or to BOYD Ic HINCKEN, Agents, ml2rc I Tontine Buildings, 88 Wall,cor. Water at. REMITTANCES TO IRELAND, &c. ? ? 1 $ CJF.OROE McBKIL)E, Jr., has removed his office to No. 16 Broadway, and continues to remit money, in sums large or imaltl, to persons residing in any part of Ireland, in the same manner as ne and his predecessor in business have done for tbe last thirty ye^rs and more; also, to any part of England or Scotland. Money remitted by letter, post-paid, to the subscriber, or personally deposited with him, with the name ol the personnr persons iu Ireland, England, or Scotland, to whom it is to be sent, and nearest post town, will be immediately transmitted and paid accordingly, and a receipt to that effect given or forwarded to the sender. a28 lm*r NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. 4?l.JL,.JSL.JI month. From Nrw York. Liverpool. New ship Liverpool, 11J0 tons, j ?? , \\ ? J. Lldridge. (August 11 Oct. 6 New ship Quean of the West, jJ? f 12J0 tons/V. Woodhouse, V \\ \ New Ship Roche.wr.W0 tons, S ju'n "V 2! August 6 John Bntou. (October 21 Dec. 6 Bhip Hottingner, 1040 tons, S |{ 5 Ira Barsly. J * ? jJK- ? These substantial, fast sailing, first class ships, all bnilt in :he city of new York, are commmded by men of experience uid ability, and will be despatched punctually on the list of each s^outh. Their cabiasare elegant and commodious, and are furnished with whatever can conduce to the ease and comfort of passengers. Price of passage $100. Neither Jlie captains nor owners of these ships will be rei|M>usible Kir any pircels or packages sent by them, nnless regular bills of lading are sixiied therefor. For freight or passni:r apply to WOODHULL Ic MINTL'RN, 87 South street, New York, or to FIELDEN, BROTHERS t>io., _ tn# re _ Liverpool. JOHN HERD MAN k CO., Uiited 8tates and Oneat Britain and Ireland, Old Established Emigrant OtAce, 61 South atreet. New York. jsr. Hl'UDMiN Kt'.ENAN St CO l.iv.rtwv.,1 Passage to autl from Orrat Britain and Ireland, via Liverpool by the Old Black Ball. Line, or any of the regular Packet ahips sailing every five days. The subscribers in calling the attention of Old Countrymen and the public generally to their unequalled arrangements for bringing out passengers from the old country, beg leave to state that the business of the House at Liverpool will be couducted by its branch. Those seudinc for their friends will at once see the great importance of tnis arrangement, as it will preclude an unnecessary delay of the emigrant. The ships employed iu tins line are well known to be of the first and largest class, commanded by inen of experience; and as they sail every five lays, offer every facility that can be furnished. With those inperior arrangements, the subscribers look forward for a continuation of that patronage which has been so liberally mended to them for ao many years past. In case any of those engaged do not embark, the passage money will be re[fiuded aa customary. For further particulars apply by letter, post paid. J. HERDM AN k C O., 81 South ?t., New York. HERDMAN. KEENAN k co.. Liverpool. N. B ?Drafts for any amount can as usnal be furnished, payable at all the principal Hanking Institutions throughout the Uni'ed Kilitilom. oil application as above. . .. BRITISH AND NOKTH AMERIcan hoyal mail steam ships, /^?nC2^or 1200 tons and 4*0 horse power each, uu* dor contract with the Lords of the AdmiglBEKMA.yV!'". Capt. A. Ryrie. RITANNIA ('apt. J.Hewitt. CALEDONIA Capt. E. O. Lott. At-ADIA ('apt. Win. Harrison. CA.MBKIA., Capt.C. H. E. Jndkins. Will sail from Liverpool and Boston, via Halifax, as fol ows now aosro-v. r?om LivEirooL. Sritsnma July l(, UM6. Cambria July 4, 1MB. imbrM Ang. 1, " Hibernia " 19, " [libernia " 14, " Caledonia Aug. 4, " "aledonia Sept. I, " Paisace Moivet. From Boston to Liverpool JIM. From Boston to Halifax... , 30. No berths secured until paid for. These ships carry exwrirucrd surgeons. No freight, except specie, received on I ay's of sailing. For freight, passage, er any other information, ipplr to D. BRIOHAM. Jr . Agent. JyT re At HABNDEN ft r(m. K WMI >. , PACKETS FOR HAVRE-Second Line-The wtJW packet ship BALTIMORE, Captain Jolm Johnson, MflMKaJr., will sail on the 1st of Augu?t. For freight or >a?*?i(e apply to BOYD k HINCKEN, iyf r II W ill street. ***- PaC gm l(TU MAkaf.lLLLa-ri^" packet I mjmV ?hi| NEBRASKA, ( aptain Watson, ? ill ?ail on the Mfalii of August. For freight or passage, apply to CHAMBERLAIN It PHKLPS. 103 front ?t.. or to iy7m BOYD k HINCKEN. M Wall street. kor new orleans?loi/imia'n a and wWVgtw York Line?Reralar Picket?To ??il Mond.iT, Jihr. Tha eleganr fast sailing jacket ahip ^Oul?V ILLt, Hqb( nutcr, will pofiliTtlf tail aa abore, ier dif, For Ireight or passage, having handsome forniihed aceomnodatious, apply on board at Orleans wharf. Toot of Wall at , ,r^? . E. K. COLLINS k CO., J? South sL rotifiTf ly bo goods rteeiTtd on board altar Mhtorday ereline, lttn mat. Agent iu New Orleans, James E. Woodruff, who will promptly forward all toons to his sddress. racket ship OSWEGO Johnston master. will succeed the Louisville; and tail Monday, August 10th, har regular day. je30 r MMaaOF KICK.?The fhibicnhera are prepared u> bring 101 I>4?>euifen by *?V ol the Lm? of Packeta tailing every i?? day* ; and draft* can, a* ntual, be fumi^ied, i ayable :hrongh?nt the United Kingdom I-or further pefvieulam ipply to JOHN HERDMA.N k o., mri * *1 H'nith itrHi "aim.- MKW LINK OK PACKETS KOM LIVLKhHW POOL.?Packet of the 21 at of July.?The aplendid, MHNlfafaat aailing and farorit* packet ahip HOTTINI ISO torn burthen, Taptam Ira tluraley. will tail on rueaday, Jnly Hat, her regnlar day. Perauna wiahing to aecure bertha ahould not fail to make ?arly application on board, atthe foot of BurlinK flip, or to W. * J. T. TArtM OTT. %t their General Paaaage Office, M South atreet. tecond door rr below Rnrlwif alip I*U MAXHIJlD LAD I KM?A h?m~WMik Kaowugr Apply lor farther particular* to Dr. CH. T. MONTFX, war peel office. No fcttra takaa from *4 o*4? u>U*a th<-y ? Wttfui gf la*er? ! \ < wmmmammmmmmmmmmBBOBsgrn W YO EW YORK, SUNDAY M< THE LATE PO ^ ' GRE GO I FROM THE FORTH.A1 His Holiness, Gregory XVI., Pope, Servut tevoru bumble origin. His name was Maura Capellari He earlv in life devoted himself to a religious care* be displayed great ardor and ability in the acquisitii languages, literature, and science, ha was perfect surpassed. Yet, added to this, such were his mm himself, he would have never left his monastery, worth, however, soon spread beyond the cloister, r church, long belore his elevation. He was nomin March, 1825. In this high station, the Benedictmi Pontiff at the head <wthe vast and important adr for the propagation of the faith, he here, aided b ordinary capacity. Asa politician, Cardinal Cape opposed to the Austrian pariy in Italy. His elevat once of Austria. He was elected Pope the 2d Feb der the name of Gregory XVI. The Pontificate of Gregory.XVI. was long and l displayed the greatest anxiety and interest in the c ing to a distinction of sects, indeed, so universal v had sent to hiin thanks and presents from the Suli perienced at Rome. To strangers of all nat:ons, i cessible, and ad'able. One lady traveller, from E glowing terms, and spoke of his Holiness as the m tlemau in his dominions. His principle was, that cess. His late conduct to the Emperor Nicholas \\ more effect than any other endeavor to relieve the (irmly, told the emperor, that, considering his grec der an account to God, and it was under the inspi defended, on that solemn occasion, justice and refij. His Holiness had been for some time in a declini mediately expected He expired, suddenly, at R( his age, and the sixteenth of his reign. Many Sc display in the affairs of the world, but none have c and goodness. His death is universally deplored. Among those spoken of as likely to succeed to tl Bishop 01 Albaito ; Cardinal Franzoni, Prefectof t! thougit born at Naples, is the scion of an English t presumptive, of Sir Johu Acton, Bart., of Alwenlia and is a man of high reputation and ability. He Roma, when only twenty-three years old. Rait Hampton, (Conn.,) July 7, 18441. The Scenery around EaA Hampton?The Pond?Hotels. Tired of the dull monotoDy of the town, with little or aothing to do sod nothing to do it with, oppreife 1 by the heat, and eager to throw off the restraints of collego life, I bare for leversl days past been sighing "For s lodge in some vast wilderness." Picture me now on an inland in East Hampton Pond, (Pokate-Pang, the old Indian name,) reclining in ths shade beneath the trees which dip their branches in the waters, the cool breeze fanning my temples, and my companion stretched on the boat, with his feet in the water, while the birds are carolling their morning songs above us, suid life, and health, and vigor, come dancing down the sun-light Nature appears as fresh and fair as though the earth had not known sin. From my present station the shore is visible, stretching itself away in the distance, lined with trees and shrubs, which seem just to have emerged from the clear bright waters beneath them. A little further off are hill side*, covered with fruit trees, and fields of waving grain, while here and there the tops of cottages and farm houses riso to view. There are, however, woods and hunting grounds about the Pond, as wild as they were when the morning stars first smiled upon them. Those who delight "in the silence of the senses to hear the voice of tho soul,11 who would converse with nature, and behold her in her garb of beauty and richness, we would tecommend to this sequestered spot. If one is wearied with the cares and anxioties of life, he here finds rest; if out of health, he recovers ; if well, he is made better. The Pond is nine miles in circumforence and three in width. The waters are clear and pure, and abound with tish Ths islsnd is a place such as Bryant would select to write a second Thauatopsis, or Coleridge for a quiet grave. The woods have an agreeable wildness, and possess an abundanco of game. This place is about nine miles from Middletown and four from the Connecticut Hiver, and is very near the proposed route of tho Boston and New York Kail Road, and is already beginning to be a place of reaort during the lummer montha. I would by no means forget the hotel, pleasantly situated about a quarter of a mile from the water, kept by Win. U. Buell, Ksq. Visiter* will always find every thing in perfect order and harmony. The table is well furnished with the richest delicacies of the season. We always expect a sumptuous feast, and are never disappointed. Mr. B. has a fine collection of birds, many of which would do honor to Teale's. Above all, I lound the daily Herald there, which afforded me a rich treat, and convinced me that you are appreciated in the country as well as in the crowded city. Lovisville, Ky., June 13, 1846. Travelling Wett?Mr. Vedinger't Eaglet?Tom Jrfftrton ? The Yankee Doctor?The l.ailiel?Poe and the Indiam?The Kantucky Volunteeri?Tom Marshall and C. H. Clay?Gen. Scott't Duel with Doctor Vpthaw? Tatarn*. The railway from Baltimore to Harper's Ferry passes through a mountain 1600 feet, comiag out on the bank of the South Branch river, 300 feet above the waterThe road winds around the mountain 4 miles,and is about fifteen feet wide. Above and below the face of the mountain is perpendicular, with rocks hanging over you ready to fill, and the thrilling prospect of Deing thrown down the precipice into tho river five hundred feet. Alter we passed, a Yankee doctor, about sixty years old, who had never l>efore been farther from home than Boston, exclaimed: "Did you see that?" "What?""Oh," said he, " I held my breath as I passed along around that pinnacle at the rate of twenty miles an hour. Ono jostle and the whole train must have been thrown off, mid all of us hurried into eternity in our sins " I eagerly looked for the Hon. Mr. Bedinger's " eagle's nest," at Harper's Ferry, but could discover nothing moro than may he ncen everywhere in the mountains. Mr. Jefferson's a Imit ation of those hills, to be found in his Notes, is not felt by any now, except such onthusiaats as Bedinger. In the stage two ladies occupied the middle seat; and during a heavy rain, which caused the stag* to leak, another, who sat in the forward seat, attempted to squeeze in between the two ; but after teveral abortive attempts she failed, and resumed her seat under the droppings of the rain. I remarked, that it was strange that a stage, wide enough for any three men was too narrow for three women. They were padded three feet in diameter; and so large, that it was as difficult to pass them in the stago a te inake your way in or out ot a democratic meeting. When you travel, avoid a ?tagc load of "lone stare," unless you want to make a Judy of yourself. n the South side of the Great Kenawa, is the promontory one hundred feet high.lrom which point, Uhlin, the hunter, leaped, when pursued by the Indians. In his descent he broke the limb of a tree, and came safely to the ground on the river ihore, and swam over. The Indian, pi esuming he ?u killed, descended by another route, but found him not. Across the ravine ia another high precipice, where Foe and an Indian, in each other'* hug and druggie for life and death, rolled into the river, and the content ended, and Poe win aaved. At the race-ground, near thii city, are encamped near two thousand Kentucky volunteer*, seven hundred ol them cavalry?the chivalry of Kentucky, and among the finest horsemen in the world. T. Marshall and C. M. Clay are captains. They wear the low, round-crown Hpanish brown, whit?, broad,brim hats, cocked at the sides and behind, with black ostrich feathers. They ride fine horses, and will do good service in the way of rapid movements. Tom Marshall haa douced the cloak of tenperasoa, and if now mow eloquent than ever; but h? RK I ORNING, JULY 12, 1846. PE OF ROME. *Y XVI. [T IK THE VATICAN. m Dei, was a native of Bellnno, ol, we believe, , and, lie was born on the l?th September, 1700. sr, and entered the order of Benedictines. Here , on of learning and knowledge. As a scholar in Iy versed ; as a theologian lie could scarcely be est and retiring habits, that, had it rested with The reputation of hi* talents, and of his private ind he was spoken of as a future prince of the ated a Cardinal by Pope Leo XII . on the 21st i Monk confirmed his fume. Being placed by the ninistration of the Propaganda, or congregation y hi* African and Aiiatic erudition, displayed no llari was rnther inclined to the popular side, anil ion to the Popedom was carried apainst the intluruary, 1831, and sat on the Pontifical throne un;lorious. At every time, and on all occasions, he :aitse of humanity and Christianity, without lookvcre his charity und benevolence, tkat ho even tan, for the kindness his Turkish subjects had ex?nd especially to the English, he was always aciiiglanu, a Protestant, described her reception in ost courteous, good humored, and agreeable geninildness, and not force, was the true mode of sucras characteristic of this, and perhaps will have persecuted Catholics in Russia. He quintlv, but it age, the time approached when he should rendition of his piety, as well as of his heart, that he pon oppressed. ing state of health, but his dissolution was not imjme, on the I*t ultimo, in the eighty-fir-ft yenr of ivereign Pontiffs may hnve made more brilliant :ertainly ever exceeded Gregory XVI. in wisdom ho chair of St. Peter, are Cardinal Giustiniani, he Propaganda ; and Cardinal Acton. The last, amily. He is the uncle, and at present the heir m, in Shropshire. Ho is in his lorty-fourth year, : was Judge of the Cameraria, or civil court at never can rejeain hit popularity witu his old party, be cause of hvs erratic course against Mr. Clay and in favor of Jackson. Two elegant steamers, just finishing here, in time to adopt two popular namaa, General Taylor, and l<io Grande. A new hotel just opened is called the Taylor House. All the clerks in this city volunteered in the legion, and are now on the Rio Grande. Their wages go on just as if they were at their desks and counters. In Ohio every volunteer's family is provided for while he is absent On my passage down, a gentleman on the beat, who was present at the duel of General Scott and Dr. Up. ahaw, aays thct Scott, on the ground, behaved with un flinching resolution. Just previous to giving the wordScott buttoned ut> his double-breasted coat, giving theadvantage of a line shot to the Doctor. He also raised his hat, which was narrow brimmed, and cocked it over his right eye, drawing it down forward. The fire was simultaneous ; the doctor's bullet hit Scott over the right eve, on the band of hi* hut, and |>aisetl around hi* head. The eUect of the bell laid him *en*ele** on the ground. Dr. L'pshaw took exception to iome remark* Scott made against (Jon. Wilkiasen, and challenged him. I have (pun out thi* letter, and will close it by assuring; 70a that all the Wast i* iu favor of Oen. Oaine*. The tavern* and boarding house* are full nil the time anil very little busine** doing. The (Jail Houko here i* full, ana entertain* a thousand person*. They have adopted the northern plan horo, of shutting up their stores at night, whioh caused myself and others, to suppose the closed door* were those of merchant* in Let Legion. WtTiicatriBLO, Conn., July 1, ISM. Our Location?Another Eirope from thi Stall Priion? Weather? Crop1. This town i? delightfully situated on the west hank of the Connecticut river, and four mile* south of the city of Hartford. It i* celebrated for it* beautiful girl*, fertile *oil, and" luacioui" onion* ; and of the latter, theie will be a large and excellent crop, (It for any general'* "hasty plate of soup," which will *o tickle hi* palate, a* to cause him to forget any fire in hi* front from the Mexican*, and on hi* rear from Waabington. Thi* town is also celebrated for it* " Wethersfleld Seminary," vulgarly called Coon. State Triion, where are locked up twonundrml mid fifty great geuiuao*, whose talent* are not appreciated. Yesterday, the aecond convict eicaped from the prison during a month The firit one who escaped, happened to have been pardoned out by the Legislature, on tho very day 01' hu escape, to take effect in a couple ot day*, but the fart wu not known by the warden. Ho has not been retaken. The convict who escaped, yesterday, i* a Jones, who was sentenced there iome ten years since, on a conviction of manslaughter, for killing his wife and her paramour in the very act of having illicit intercourse. Hei* an old aalt , the lait Legislature oA'ered to pardon him upon the oonditton that he would leave the State forever, and give bonda that he would never leturn. He is now an old man, over threc-*core-amlten year*. Hi* escape was well planned ; being at work outside the wall* with other convict*, under a shed, piling up chair seat*, he asked the keeper of his gang, whilit the two keeper* were hu*y convening together, about 4 o'clock, 1'. M , if he might step te the pump after some water to drink. He of course gave hla liberty. After ?everal minute* had elapsed, his keeper being bu*y talking, be thnuirlit of him. and found the old bird had deffed, in a ham nenr the pump hit priaon dram, and ha4 on another dreaa, giving the fitate lo^ bail aa security for hi* non-return Hi* koepcrbeing of tbc Fnhtafl' breed, could not run laat, and, after a abort trial, c*v* tip, and conducted tlie other priaonera, who had began to flutter, within the wall*. All were muitered and marched to their cella. IJetween ft and # o'clock lo.irch waa commenced for him by the keeper*, and thi* afternoon be waa taken to Farmington, about twelve or fourteen mllea hence. The weather for thra* wecka past ha* baen of all kinda, excepting pleasant and ngreeabla. The ?kiea have wept almostcontinually, and lot three hoar* yesterday it cam* in torrent*, a la .Noah's flood, from a pleasure left in the open field, I a cartained that ovar 6 inchea of w ater fell during the da) . All the rain wa have had haa been needed to replenish onr spring*. If we ware to have *uch a drought thi* as la*t summer, it would cause immense suffering to vegetation and taaaan and beast. The Connecticut haa baen railed only six to eight Icet in consequence, and the smaller streams hereabout* swollen about on* half more than uiuai. Our crop* look Ana?onion*, potatoes, corn, grain, gross, lie. Poan.ann, Maine, June 10, 1846. Tht Contemplated Rail Rood nt Portland?T%e Foreign Stoameri?Portland Beauty--Sr entry?dttractione? Montreal. , The HrraU, thongh extensively read in thi** no correspondent here, and consequently wa never *ea any tiling in piint about ourselvea. I* it beeanae we are too insignificant, or for tha reason that a quiat "down ea?t' town possesses nothing of interaat to your reader* gene rally 1 Be that a* it may, I can tell yoa, Mr. Kditor that thi* i? in no wiae a contemptible placa ; but one deftined to be of conaidaralila note by and by. Of thi* you are (but your reader* may not be,) awaro. Tha bringing Montreal along aida of ui, by mean* o the contemplated railway, and the consequent meaaure of mooring in on* <UcV, the foreign (team packet*, will give Portland much importance, and no doubt considerably increase the trade It U eatimated to contain bout 18,000 inhabitants, and h*a a city form of govern IE R A meut, but i( in eYery other rtiu?cl a large sited Tillage At this scmou of the year, it has quite a rural aspect from the abundant foliage o( numberleM tr*M, with which the streets are lined. At a summer residence, it ii noi exceeded uy any jowu or cuy in m? union. ine scenery is charming, although it appears to b? but littl* appreciated, by the plodding, mouey-seeking inhabitant!. Sea bathing ii very convenient, as the Atlantic Ocaan roiU up to our very leet. Should your Southern friondi Jesire a pleasant place of aojourn for a few months during the heat of summer. tend them to Portland. llera they may always sleep under blankets, and wake in the morning refreshed, rather than exhausted, from the heat of the night. It is the place of all places lor invalids. This hotel (the I'nited States,) is about the same as the hakttl iu New York, with the exception of the noise in the streets, which we have but little of. Lxcellent accommodations at fair, remunerating prices, can be had for a dozen families ; but the comforts of a home can bo obtained in iut!iy respectable private families at two or three dollars i week. Near the city, and facing the sea. there are wo large taverns, which aro inuch resorted to. Qm, >w?d by "John Neal," and called the "Cottage," is the fashionable rendezvous for beau\ and belles, of which ? e have our share, esix/cully the latter. Their beauty s unquestioned, and should your southern friends be inlueoJ to come this way, 1 have no doubt events would follow whicli would etl'cct quite a revolution ill the pre tailing sentiment in relation to abolition. Miss 11. A. is Jtie of the leading beauties ; Miss I' r, of High Mroet, s a perfeet fairy. But I should till your paper with initials, were I to attempt to enumerate all that are lovely md lovcahle hero. Coimtttutiimal Convention. Khiiizt, July 10?Mr. W. Tnylor, Irom the committee in the powers, d'lties, Jt".., of the Legislature, submitted the following :? The itanling committee on the appointment, election, tenure of olflce. and compensation of the Legislature, having considered the subject referred to them, beg leave to report the following proposed amendments to tlie conititution, in connection with the sections to which they belong:? ? I. The legislative power of this State ahall be vested in a Senate and Assembly. *; 3. Tho Senate ahull consist of thirty-two mom?ers, and the Senator* shall be chosen for two years. ? rhe Aisembly shall consist of one hundred and twentysight membi-rs, who shall be annually elected. Substitute tho following for section five :? Thn Stato shall bo divided into thirty-two district*, to :>e called Senate districts, each of which shall choose one Senator. The districts shall be numbored (rom one to thirty-two, inclusive, and shall be divided into two classes, to be called tho tirit and second class. Numbers 1,3, 6,7,9, 11, 13, IS. 17, 19, H, J3, ), J7, Jit, and 31, ball constitute the first class ; and numbers 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 1 1, 10, IS, .>(), 33, ti '>8, OH, 30. and M, shall constitute the second class The seats of the Senators first elected, pursuant to this constitution of tha first class, hall be vacated at the end of the first year, and of the second diss ut the end of the second year ; in order that lixteen Senators shall be annually elected. District No. 1, shall consist of the counties of Suffolk and Queens. AH,057. " 3, Kings and Richmond. 71,034. " 3, the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth wards ol the city and county of New Yerk. 67,838. " 4, the seventh, tenth, thirteenth, and fourteenth wards. 76.84S. " 6, the eighth, ninth, and fifteenth wards. 70 0-iO. " f>, the eleventh, twelfth, lixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth wards, til .869 " 7, Westchester, Putnam, and Rockland.? 68,343. " 8, Dutchess and Columbia, 91,063. " 9, Orange and Sullivan. 66,840. " 10. Ulster and Greene 76,900. " 11, Albany and Schenectady. 84,383. " 13, Rensselaer. 68,671. " 13, Washington and Saratoga. 78,931. " 14, Warren, k'.ssex and Clinton. 66,377. " 16, St. Lawrence and Franklin. 76,333. " 16, Herkimer, Hamilton, Fulton and Montgomery. 84,816. " 17, Schoharie and Otsogo. 81,646. io, iseitfvvtire uihi i. uviiaiigu. 10,01-/. " 19, Oneida. 78,ti9(i. " 30, Madison ami Vswepo. Hti.sjj. " 21, Je/t'erson and Lewis. 81,700. " 32, Onondaga. 67,419. " 33, Cortland, Broome am) Tioga. 73,160. " 34, Cayuga and Wayne. 89,633. " 36, Tompkins, Seneca and Chemung. 86,037. " 36, Steuben and Yate*, 71,337. " 37. Monroe. 63,686. " 28, Orleans, Genesee and Niagara. 86,038. " 39, Ontario and I,iving<ton. 73,987. " 30, Allegany ami Wyoming. 66.891. " m, K.rie. 68,671. " S3, Chautauque and Cattaraugus. 76,760 i|t An enumeration of the inhabitant* of the State hall be taken, under the direction of the Legislature, in the year one thouiand eight hundred and fifty-five, and at the end of every ten year* thereafter; and the said di'trictMhall be so altered hy the Legislature at the first session after the return ?f every enumeration, that each Senate district shall contain, ai neatly aiimay be, an equal number of inhabitant*, excluding aliens. |>au]ier?, and persona of color not taxed ; and shall remain unaltered until the return of another enumeration, and ihall at all time* conaist of contiguous territory; and no county shall be divided, in tho formation of a Senate district, except such county shall be entitled to two or more Senator*. ? 7. The members of Assembly ihall be apportioned among the icveral counties of the State, a.s nearly as may be. according to the number of their respective inhabitant*, excluding aliens, paujwrs, and person* of color not taxed ; and ihall be chosen by district*. The Legislature, at it* next annual meeting, shall divide the several countie* of the State into as many districts as each county respectively is now bylaw entitled to members of Assembly, to be called Assembly district* ; and shall number the same in each county entitled to more than one member, from number one, to the number such county i* entitled to, number* inclusive, each of which districts shall choose one member of Assembly. Kach Assembly district shall at all times contain, a* liaarly a* may be, an equal number of inhabitant*, and shall consist of contiguous territory ; and no town or ward shall be divided in the formation of an Assembly district, except inch town or ward may tie enuiieu to two urinuru (number*. An apportionment of member* of Assembly k1i?1I i>? made by the Legislature at jti first session alter the return of every enumeration : and the Assembly districti in the several counties or the State ahall he ao altered aa to conform in number to the said apportionment, and shall be constituted aa herein before directed ; and the apportionment and the diatricta shalljremain unultered, until another enumeration ihall have been taken. Kverjr county heretofore established, and aepcrately organized, ahall always he entitled to nue member of the Assembly: and no new county shall hereafter bo erected, unless its population shall entitle it to a member. () 9. The members of the Legislature shall receive for their sorvices a compensation, to be ascertained by lai.', and paid out of the public treasury ; which compensation shall not exceed the sum of three dollars per day ; and after the year 1817, ahall not exceed the sum of three dollars per day, for the poriod of ninety days from the commencement of the session. When convened in extra kossion, by the Governor, they shall receivo sueh sum as shall be fixed for the ordinary session. They shall alro receive tho sum of one dollar for every ten miles they ahall tiavel, in going to and returning from their place of meeting, on the most usual route. The Speaker of tho Aasembly ahall, in virtue ol hia office, receive an additional compensation, equal to one-third of his per diem at member. MO. No member of the Legislature shall receive any civil appointment within this State, or to the Senate <?f the United States, from the Governor, Governor and Senate. or from the Legislature, during the term for which he shall have been elected. ()11. No person being a member of Congress, or holding any judicial or military office under the United States, shall hold a seat in the Legislature. And if any person shall, after hia election as a member of the Legislature. be elected to Congress, or appointed to any office, civil or military, under the government of the t oiled States, his acceptance thereof shall vacate his seat. Substitute for sections IA and 14, so far a* relates to Senators and members of Assembly, the following :? M.y The first electioa of Seuators and members of Asaemhly, pursuant to the provisions of this Constitution, shall l>? held on the Tueaday succeeding the first Mon day of November, one thouaaml eigni iKiimreu una ionj even, and ell aubaequent elections shall l>e held on the Tuesday aucceeding the fint Monday of November in each year, unless othei win directed hv the Legislature. The Henatori an.! memlieri of Assembly who may he in office on the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and forty-seven, shall hold their office* until the thirty-Ural day of December following, and no longer. The article was referred to the committee of the whole, and an eatra number ordered to he printed. The I'reiident laid before the body a communication from B Skidmore, of New York, presenting certain facta in lelation to the official conduct of Wm P. liallett, as clerk of the Supreme Court, and a commissioner under certain acta of the legislature. Table. ,Vlr. Baker called up hia resolution, terminating debate in commitleo on the question so long pending, at a quaiter to two o'clock , and it was laid on the table. Ayes 93. noes 3R. Mr. Forsyth moved to terminate the debate on Tueaday, at two o'clock Table. Mr. Nicoll moved an inquiry in regard to the distribution of the literature fund Adopted Several renolutiona of innuiry were ottered by Messrs. Huggles, Nicoll, W Taylor, ami l.oomis, when the subject of executive qualifications was again tRken up, in committee of the whole, and further discussed by Messrs. O'Connor, Morris, ( hat field and Simmons ; when Mr. W. Taylor Withdrew hia motion to strike out and insert, with a view t* a question on the nakod motion of Mr Russell to strike out Uie second section, as amended heretofore, leaving only the qualifications of cii*ren?hip, and five years' re?idertoe. 1 he committee refused to strike out?41 to Ml. Tba committee then rose and reported progreas. Adj. ? i Varied**. RfpORTfcn Mr it nr. or Mb .Si hooi.craft \ rwpon hna been received at Albany, by telegraph. that Henry R. Schoolcmft, late Indian agent at flault St Maria, waa murdered Itirt week by a hall breed, named Tanner. lionaraiM |4 Nilmauk, N J Several daring robberies were cominitfN in Newark on Monday laat. Tin MoaMona - Tit# Nauvoo Kagle aaya the committee of new citiiena liaa returned irvm a viait to nine countiea. with aaaanranre* of ample aaalatance in the event of further violence. The .Mormon* continue to leave aa fait a? poaaiblo ; lho?e who have croaaed the river recently, waiting only for maau to move forward, tojoin their compamoua on the prairiflk The citirana of Nauvoo have recovered from the rec^t'piBic, ami buiiuaaa haa lean raaumed by the merchant! tlm*. " 1 L Lf. I'rltc Two C*aU> Sew Publication*. Pltl'TICtL TiltTllt on THE OauAfflv diseases or imi Lull, by John c. W. Lener, M.d ? WiUy and Put nun, New York.? This is a republication from the Loodon edition, of an essay ou a very important subject. It will be read with a deal of practical advantage by medical men. an,I all other* who are interested in obstetric*, and the diseases of women The work obtained for its author the Kothergilliau gold medal lor I (US Amebic*!* Journal or Medical Kcilmo.s roa Jclt, 1848?Lea and Ulanrhard, Philadelphia ; Wiley and Putnam, New York ?The present number of this excellent quarterly ja filled with able papers 011 a variety of madical, surgical mid physiological subjects. To medical men it is rery essential, as it contains the neweat opinions ou everything connected with the profession. This number contains un expos< by the medical society of Virginia, of the Broochieri water humbug, which will be found very interesting. I.oino* Lancet, July, 1846?Burgess and Stringer, New York ?The number before us fully suatain* the reputation of this able medical journal The papers contained iu it are ot great interest not only to the medical man. but to the general reader. linos u? Nnn ?v Km Mil?Dliti V Co , Philadelphia. ?This is a capital book for yuuug persons. It ii got up in a vory neat style in morocco and gilt ecjgae. It is illustrated with u variety ol well executed cut*. Litxs or the Saints, Past II? Sadlier si. Co., 88 (told 1 street, New York?This work is got up in excellent style. It ih embellished with tlnu steel engravings. Tin: Jewish Chronicle, for July?John Lillie, editor. Published -J3 Nassau street, Now i oik?yuite an interest iii|r publication. Nmv Vol > Journal oi Mei.icini? Edited by (.'has. A., M. D.?J. v 11 (i. Laiigloy, New York.?It would bo superfluous to say aught in uiaise of this al le medical periodical. Its merits are well known to the profession. Mtsi al illk the use or tmk Convention to Revise the Constitution ok the StatkIoi' Nrw Yosi: Walker it Craighead, 114 Fulton street, New York.?This Is one of the nest hooks of reference that we have seen for sumo time It contains the Constitution ol 1777, that of New Jersey, Florida, Texas, be., Ilc It is got up in a very neat style, and should be in the hands of every citizen. Thi Omnibus?Zoiber It Co., Philadelphia?This is witty publication, issued weekly, alter the manner of Punch. It is filled with all sorts of comicalities. Prie? 8( cents. Retort or the Tmai. or T. Ritchie, Jr., roa Killing Mb. Pleasants in a Duel ? Burgess h Stringer, N. York.?A full report of the evidence and argument* in this trial. The UriDK to Cam* and Garrison Di ties?By Augustine Kimball?Nesbitt, New York.?A very useful work at this martial period. American Phrknolooical Journal, for July, 1846? Fowler (k Wells. New York.?An ably sustained periodical, containing a variety of phrenological information. Marshal Turenne, a Caricature?Dotielly, 138 Nassau street, Now Y ork.?Kxecrable. Mush ?"Kind Friends we meet Again,'' a song, by Heriry Htone, the "Viola Waltz" and tho " Atiradora Waltz"?Y'aiidtfibeck. No. 386 Broadway, New York. The Count or Montr Ciiristo, parts 1 and 3?By Alexander Dumas?Williams, Congress street, Boston ? This is one of the most extraordinary and powerful works of the age. No work of fiction that has appeared since Bulwer's "Zanoni," has produced such a sensation in the litorary world as this will. l)umas should writ* no more, lie cannot equal this, his great masteniiece. Dr.rrrtcK or the Sharers?New York : 1844.?This is a reiirint from the l.exington, Ky., edition of this work, published in 18'JH. It contains a variety of argument* and facts in defenco of tho society called Shakers. It la well worth reading. The Innovate or Knowledge?By!8. 8. Culling*-Long St Brother, 33 Aun stroet. New York.?Thi* work is a tissue of unmeaning absurdities. The Goursac Swindling Case.?We copied into our paper of yesterday, a paragraph from a New York journal, stating that a largo amount of money had been recovered from a F renchman, aamed Uoursac. who hod absconded from St. Louis. As the paragraph does not do full justice to Messrs. Zell, Ridgely 4t Cook, of this city, through whose exertien* the money wui in a great measure obtained, we give in detail the following statement of facts. In the month of December, Im-i.'i, a merchant of St Louis, Mo., named A. H. (roursac. a Frenchman, contracted bills in nmtnn Vork and Philadelphia, as far as could bo ascertained, to the amount or $<0,000, or $00,000. Gorsac aimediatety cloied hia store in 8tv.^>uii and left the city, when information wan commuflpted to J Matthews It Co., und Caxel Ik Aatoin, of New York, that he had taken with him 4.U00 sovereigna, beaidea other money ; that a man named Keiliade wus concerned with him, and that his direction, from information which waa obtained, would probably be New Orleani. Upon receiving this information, they applied to officer Bemau, of the New Vork independent police, to assist in his arrest. tarly on Hunday morning, the 'J8th of June, officer Bemau arrived in Baltimore, and applied to Mesara. /ell, Hidjely S< Cook, lor their assistance and co-operation. Samuel H. Tagart. Kaq., couuael lor the plaintiffs, waa alao aent for, and after an investigation of the attair, officer Ridgely, of the firm, cacertained that the bark Hebe waa advcrtiacd in thia city, to tail for Rio Janeiro. Application w aa roede to the owners of the vessel, from whom it waa learned that two persona, answering the description of Goiirauc and Keiliade. had secured passage in her, for themselves and familiea. It waa alao aacertained that Keiliade hud drafts cashed by Meaara. Alexander Brown fe. Hons, for a considerable amount, and had gone ta riiiladelphia. I'pon his return to Baltimore ne waa arreated by Mesara. /.ell, Ridgely and Cook, and committed to jail. Officer Ridgely then, accompanied by officer Beman, proceeded to Hampton, V a., whore it waa supposed that Ooursac had gone to take passage in the buik Hebe. The suppocition proved to be correct,and (ioursuc was arrested, and $5,110, in sovereigns, besides orders covering snlcs to the amount of somo $*J,000, making upwards of $7,000, recovered. After the departure of Mr. Ilidgcly to Hampton, Mr. Matthews, Mr. Cazet and Mr. Tagart, proceeded to Norfolk, where they ascertained that Ooursac had already been urreated and the money recovered. There were other claim* againat the partiea, beanies the above, but could not be enforced in consequence of the officers not having the requisite power. 'J'ho management of the whole affair thioughout was conducted with great adroitness, and is highly creilitalilo to nil concerned in recovering the mot ncy, especially Messrs. /ell, Ridgely k. Cook, withouwhom nothing would, in all probability, ever have been obtained.?Baltimore Clipper, July 0. FUR SALE, TWO FINK SJIUDI.K HORSES, <1 _ WILL drive alio in a carriage. They <1 I ? M^ium mil the rurlit size for ridtnff on Jju 1 ^353*lH>r?eb?ck, nod Rave been lon? used l?jS?L tiir unit. Apply at the desk of the Herald Unicr. I Of furthrr particulars jelt tf*jgb WATTRIPONT * CO.. r? KA8HIONABLE HATTKRB. m > (2 Naasau afreet, near Kulum, New York. jpk THE subscribers b?*< to call the attasition of the publi* u the quality of their various kinds ol Hats of their own manufacture. J*hey have just received a small aupply of superior moleskin, now used l>y the most fnshionsble natters in rani, a .ample of which they will feel much pleasure in showing to those who will fivor them with a call. *Vhe undersigned do uot pretend to sell at Z'i or even 10 per cent leai than any other establishment; neither can they boast ot having a splendul store: bat tliey flatter themselves that the quality aad limsh of their Hat* wiU give entire aatiafactioo, at the prices charged. They have adopted the French style o( trimming the svamer hats, whirh is a preventive to the perspiration coming through and apoiluig tae beau'y ol their appearance. M. B. WATTRIPONT, mr 25 Im'm WM H. JAM EH. SAllACEfS'S HEAD, 12 DfcY STREET, N. Y. JOSf.fH HX.iTH.Iate of Worcester, F.ngland, begs leave to inform hta Irirnds.tasti iters aad ti e public la general that he liaa recently lilted up his noase .a a re-y superior manner, and calculated to please geutleinen of Caata. He will always, as heretofore, keep Ins Mar and Larder supplied witli the beat Liquors and Provisions that the market affords. Dinners from 12 till I o'clock, and Cold Cnta, Chops, Stakaa, Hare Bits, fcc., at all hours. His supply of Kngliah and city newspapers is excelled by no house iu New York, and his Ales, Wisti, He gars, he., are of the mom. superior 'juality and the attendance prompt. Private Kootns provided for parties, and the comfort and accommodation of customers always attended to. Lodgings, ke I myli lm*r I CHALLENGE TO THli UNITED STATES. THK. Subscribe ra hare no heutatioai in saying to the people o I New York, and the neighboring cities, that they eaa end do challenge the merchants of our country, far and near, 10 compete with them ia the sale of WINDOW SHADES. They hare a manufactory in the Stale of New Jersey, about 12 .nilea Iron* 'lie city of New York, and poesaas every laefllty for maiiulictnn.ig their shades at the least eipense. Of thefir be*ntv. worth Hid cheapness, they will eoBvian the ssoet i?I credulous by their giving them acall. Dl'nl'.KER, h BECK KR, No. i? Chattum st.,tN. Y.,one door from the coraer of Chambers st. ^ ^ m51 lm're. SHARON SPRINGS PAVILION. THE PUBLIC is informed that this eataMiahmentj having been enlarged and improved aince the close ol the lest I season, will be opened for Uie reception of visiters, on the tat day of June LANDON It OAHDMtR. , May I. IM. TlH?,r 4 FUME BATH. TO ALL who are afflicted with rheumatic complaints, wt would say go and try Dr. Swett'a Sulphur Kume Bath, JIM Brosilwsr. The peculiarities of it are such, that it, ear^s fecniaJly tnia comuluui, tliu all other diietifi a ehrntk, nature, auch as Scrofula, Gout, Bait Rheum, diaeases of tha Skin, Joints, ke. The charges are so moderated, as to late* it wijliii the means of all. I? m r* 'J NOTICE. " NOT1C E is hereby given to all nersoas having hoaeht stone from Laimbeer s Quarry, ?t Kipp's Bey, formerly occapied by Messrs. Mott fc Knowton, that the accouata of the 1 Unarry win m lemto d> ?- ? ? ,? ? Quarry WILLIAM LAIMBCKK di IHrwl rhii 9Ml Hiv >f ItM. att Ib*t? V RK WARD.--Croat' .Specific Mixture, for th? |1 JJvl/X/ cure .>f < JnnnrrhflM, (Meet, Strirtnrr* mid an?la- PJ j ijuua compiawu of tlie oigau of generation. Of all remedie* II 1 yet iiMotWN for the above compltiata, thi? ia the mmt rer- 11 tain. It make* a speedy and permanent cure, without tha II least reitriction of diet, drink, eipoaure, or chance ia ?ppli- II cation to baaineai. We jive no Ion* quacknh recommeuda- II tioua to deceive the public ; if the medicine doc* not >pe*k II mr itttlf, MM HMl apeak for it. Our object la to notify II where ii ran I,.Iiad. and thr proprietor rhallen(ei a nn(l* . fl raae of recent be brought, which tlie miitnr* 3 1 will not rapidly rare, under a forfeiture of $H0. Thia ia a HI 4iaea*e that iinfortnuately pervades all ranka ofaociety. huh, 1 I , ;<>w, rich and poor, matrimonial and single , they are her* 'I presented with a remedy by which thay can car* th*mselv*^ I wit ho* I the least eipotnre in the shortest time possible. I Further?the diaease cannot be contracted, if a doae of tha II Mlttan is taken at night on going to bed, when eiposed. It CI ' ia put np in bottle*, with falldirectiona accompanying it, at II I. uaakwiUmia week, winch generally cure*?aaar VI are rured in two da\ For sale, by l^iarlea H. King, l?t II Broadway , corner ol John atreet, New York, Mr. Barry, cor- II nrr ( haaaataad Seventh atreet, I'tnladelphia, and at 8. W. U fowl's, I'll Washington atreet, Boaton; It Canal atreet, Naw II , Or least, aad to Maui (track t^aciaaati. mil la*? U Xa a l I

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