Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 31, 1846, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 31, 1846 Page 2
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?....... I I .. 1,11 mi .VYORK HERALD. w t ork, KilUay, July 31, W33Z17 HSKALD AMD THE HERALD FOR EUROPE. 8PLENDID PICTORIAL VIEW8 OF THE CASTLE OF SAN JUAN D'ULLOA A.1U I n? CITY or MATAMORAI. rbf steamship Cambria will leave Boston to-morrow noon 'or Halifax and I.iverpool; her letter bags will clot* In this city at half past four o'clock thta afternoon. The steamship Or*at Britain will leave thia port to-morr*w afternoon also for Liverpool; her letter bag* will clot* at half pait two o'clock. We are preparing two editions of the Htrald for Eui opt, to tend by these packets. These editions will contain the latest intelligence from trie Atmy, from Mexico generally, and from our Oulf sqmdron. together with the proceedings in Congress, the Je* ate oa the tarifl', and the passage of the Ad Valorem BUI in both Mouses Also, the latest intelligence f rom < anada, Oregon, California, the Military Movement throughout the Union, &.c &c Th*)' will be illustrated in a superior manner ; the em' t> llyhn ents u ill consist of a view of the city ot Matamo is, and a splendid engraving of the Castle of San Juan iI'VUoi The edition for the Cambria will bo ready at half past on* oVle<-k this afternoon ; and the edition lor the <> <at Britain on Saturday, at twelve o'clock. The latter will contain one day later intelligence from all parts of the South. We would lemind the advertising public of the advan. t?*? th* UtralH for Eurapt offers them for making their business known in Europe. Th* Wetkly Herald will be published as usual at 8 o'clock t* morrow morning. mrle copies, in wrappers, sixpence each Onr Foreign < omspondenor?Slanriers Aw;itli?at America. The r- ijors of th" AVtr York Herald will per? " we are carrying out the arrangement w. prom fd some tune since, in giving a series c fait correspondence, 011 a large and exten* , ?<mI < Our arrangements are not perfected a oj-Uj' ; bui us the proprietor of this journal has )> ..-?-,-.t <1 toEurnpe lor the express purpose of fullyeai \ it lr - .mention# in this respect,we exI -et :? ltd -' i.' i- to present our readers with a reg i ir c<irn*?p. 'iiilence from all parts of Europe, w...i h will < li| - every attempt ol tho kind heretofore m ilt1 on this tide of the Atlantic. The extraordinary amount ol patronage which t s 1 - lournal i-1 receiving, justifies us in straining very ?< rve to put it 011 a footing that will defy W c iiK'iin what we say. This day's p.tpor 1 11' i n* a highly interesting and important letter 1.1 an our regular correspondent in Vienna, ami one from Chiapas: and the Herald of Int Monday contained letters from Paris, Florence, Cuidad Keal, nnd Matamoras. Our eorrc-ponilent 111 Vienna speaks truly of the unpii i pled meant that are resorted to in Euro|f to vihfy and abuse the United States and our institution*. We have long been cognizant of this -y.t.m of misrepresentation, and are well convmci-d of the spirit that put* it in motion. The truth is, as we have on mmy occasions stated, we Alt' a perpetual stumbling block and eye oretotli. KOV?vrnment? ol Euro| e. We have, hi an inconceivably short space of time, grown Irom th stature of an nfnntin swaddling clothes, to that ol' a full grown giant, who threatens to wr.tll.iM-, in a moment, all the pigmy monarchies of the old world Oar growth has been favored and iiirni-fil by the institutions under which we live We huve inhaled from our infancy the breaui of freedom, and that, too, in an unstinted qutntity, and have experienctd no check tw the developement of oar mental and physical faculties IK*net- followed our rapid rise and present greatness. It is not to in Europe. i Borne do*n and oppressed by arbitrary laws and excessive taxation, the toiling million* have been slaves for centuries, and will remain so for centuri> -.longer, unless the oioral influence of our people and our institutions shall awake them to a knowledge of their rights, and wake them to a struggle to assert them. This influence is silently but ?urely working it? way, in spite of the efforts of all the lords and nabobs in creation to prevent it. Their pa d organs and presses may calumniate u* and malign us as much as they please.? This abuse is salt to our soup. Facts axe stronger than any logic they may use. We have the stern reality to produce: and if their logic and nii'repres'-ntation run convince Americans that their country is no'free and independent, and powerful, and that too, so much that the greatest ot their Kurop**an monari hs have, ere this, been glad to court its friendship and dread its enmity, then all we can say is, that history is a t?l?le, and the thirteen original States of America Hr?* flnfuh prilimt#* ??11 Hut it i* not to American* that these misrepresentation* are directed, but to those whose privilege it hr nbt been to be well informed ol the gradual transition the world is at present undergoing?i> i* to the uninformed and oppressed million* who arc born and nurtured (if the term ran be so used) under a system ol' vassalage, and whose task it i? Irotn boyhood to dotage, to devote llieir strength and labor to the enrichment of their oppressors and their task master*. It is to those that these misrepresentation* are addressed, in order, if possible,to fasten still stronger the fetters that bind them, and thus continue the order of vassalage that supports their tyrants, and rulers. TIms accounts lor the malignant fabrications against our country that are promulgated daily in (ierinany. For years |*st the ein.gration from that part of Ennp* to the United States has been tremendous; and dial, together with the current of ?peoe which accompanies it, has appalled the government ol that country. Witness the means that are pursued to check this stream of wealth, ? audi onfuie it at home. See our corresitondenl's letter for information . Tai November Llsctioh ?The official notice, mforming the electors of the different vacancies that will exist, and which are to be Ailed at the fail election, ha* been forwarded by the See re tary ol State to the Sheriff of this county, and i* published In looking it over, we discover no ootiee it given for the election ol County Clark. This is right. Why should we go into the foolery of an election, when our preeent County Clerk ?the" Rougu and Ready" of democracy, satieAes ail parties The Secretary of State appear* satisfied?we are satisfied?and we know the people axe satisfied ; besides, our County Clerk oonionded two yean for the repeal of an unoonMiiuttonal law, which divided the dutiea and moiumani* ol bia offlc* ; to, il mif b? arnd h? h?* had the oMIcv only on* jr?*r a?i ?al o? r?? ?thi? magnificent I'PP*' #1 tU* ??, under comma/id of C?pt D O. B?tWjr. rnvad lan night m tb? r#markaMy ?hort p u?*<? of iwfiiiy-?ii <l*y?, from Liv?rp?oi Thw it twwnlji goud Miiinf, wh?n *< t?k? into ooo* .deration, thai U ttan on, when ralm* ind Jight winda pr?tr?ii, with tcaicaly nppU p?rceptibU for mile? on th? wtrfaca of ihr m?,um pa* if-- 1 rarely made under forty day* Tt>? mrnvtntf from tb? ea?i>* ard report calm and l,Bhi baffling win#*; and many ar? now da? from ?urop?, bannf be?o at *ea ovar forty day*, wbiob * any other urn* cf tb? y?*r, wouid ha?a p*(ned tha paaaf in laaa than thirty. % JUi? ni ?l?* Wry?ft.# K<*t itu fW<?t|I F?w?r ttfi the ComIi of Nulcu. The extraordinary developement of the resource* of the United State* in a military point of view, so recently presented to the eyes of the world, when two hundred thousand intelligent and patriotic freemen instantly came forward, in answer to a call for volunteer* in the Mesican war, has been regarded wiih curious interval by thinking men, as an index of what would be the case should our country unfortunately be engngi d in a war with any of the great powers of Europe. In such a case no drafting of men for soldiers would be tolerated or even necewaryThe military enthusiasm natural to republicans. would causa our citizens to volunteer by regiment* and brigades instead of squada and com. pariies as at present; and the?e forces collected and disciplined in every part of an immense country, would be ready to concentrate themselves by our network of railroads,upon amy point attacked, and to annihilate an invading force of any possible numerical strength. But though all have viewed with pride and satisfaction this demonstration of our military resources; and the mass of the people seem to have forgotten the navy, which has as yet had no op1 portunity of winning its laurels, as of old ; its interests have not been overlooked by those in power, nor forgotten by those who recollect the i incidents of the last war with England, or who are direcdy engaged in foreign commerce. They have borne in mind the importance of being prepared to meet the foe wbere he will most probably seek us, on the ocean, and on our sea coasts. Ttie promptness with which very considerable forces have, at short notice, been thrown upon the two coasts of Mexico, are an evidence of this; and the alacrity observed in all the navy yards in the outfitting of our ships ol war, have convinced us, that the same enersrv and confl dence which enabled our gallant little navy to measure strength in single actions with the " mietress of the seas," would not be wanting now, should it be necessary, to convert the immense amount of materiel, at present accumulated at the arsenals and ship yards, into as large a fleet of ships and war steamers, as might be required under any circumstances. Our resources in this respect are as inexhaustible as our forests?and j the genius and skill of our machinists and artizans as unfathomable and boundless, as the mines of the metals they work ; aad with the thousands of brave aiid hardy seaman, which an immense un- i employed mercantile marine would supply to the > service, we might defy the world, afloat. While impressed men would work and fight the ships of the enemy, without any other interest in the event than the prize money, our cool and calculating tars would turn over their quid of " honey dew," with a smile at the absurdity of a ship ever yielding, when every man 011 board is one of the owners. We furnish below a table, corrected to the latest dates, of the squadrons of the Gulf of Mexi?o, and on the coasts of California?the former is now employed in blockading the several poru of ; the enemy, but is available, should it be decided to possess ourselves of the Castle of St. Juan d'Ulloaand the city ol Vera Cruz. The latter squadron it employed in blockading the porta and taking possession of the most important positions on the Californian and Western Mexican coasts. We daily expect interesting news from this squadron. squadron in the gulf of mexico, and for the attack ON IAN JUAN DE ULLOA. David Connok, Commodore. U. 8. Ship of the Line Pennsylvania 120 guns. " " North Carolina 74 " " " Ohio 74 " " " Delaware 74 " 1 " Frigate Brandywine 44 " " " Potomac 44 " " " Raritan 44 " " " Cumberland 44 " " " Constellation 36 " " Sloop of War Falmouth 22 " " " John Adams 32 " " " St. Mary's 96 " " " Austin 20 " " '* Boston (supposed) 20 " " Steamer Mississippi 10 " " " Prinreton 9 " " " Spitfire 8 " " " Vixen 3 " " " Leg# re 6 " " " Spencer 0 " " Briga Porpoise 10 " " ,r Truxton 10 " " " Somers.. . 10 " " Lawrence 10 " " " Perry 10 " " Schrs. Flirt 4 " " " Bonita 1 " " " Petrol 1 " " " R*ef it 1 " " Putters McLane 6 " " " Woodbury 8 " " " Van Buren 6 " " " Forward 6 " " " Kwinjr 6 " " Stoie ship Relie? 6 " Total guns 794 sqi-AoaoN on the west coast or mkiico. Wm. B. Hhlbsicx, Commodore. U. 8. Ship of the Line Columbus 74 guns. U.S. Razee independence 64 " Frigate Savannah 44 " Congreu 44 " " " (onutitution 44 " " Sloop of AVar Porumouth 90 " " " Vincennei 40 " " " Levant 20 " " " Warren 90 " " " Cyane 90 " Dale 16 " " " Preble, (mppoeed) 16 " | " " Albany, (euppoeed) 94 " " Schooner Shark 10 " " Store ihip trie R " " ' Lexington 8 " Total gum 469 It iriuit Ik* remembered that the above are the number of guns rated on board each vessel.? Their actual force is considerably greater. For example, the Pennsylvania rated 120, carries 144 guns in her broadsides. All the 74's are 90 gun ships except the Columbia, 80; the 44 gun ships, except one, all carry from 54 to 62 guns. The sloops ol war are generally heavier than they are rated. Thus it will be seen that our available naval force,threatning Mexico at this time, is about 1600 guns. Of these, a proper proportion are Paixhan guns, of sizes suitable to the different ships that carry them. The frigates are of a size and force that would justify their taking a place in the line of battle in a fleet engagement, as they throw much greater weight of metal at a broadside, than the old English and French line of battle ships. Altogether this is a very formidable armament, and it can be increased very considerably, as e' eral line Of battle ships and large frigates are i>re?*?rved in houses on the stocks, and miirht hp lauched and Mint to sea in six weeks. ( amain Scott axt> thk Fukoi Commandkr ? A day or two ago we gave tlie account, as given by M. M. Delacour, Captain of the French war steamer Tonnerre, in relation to his difficulty with Captain Scott. Since then, we learn from the latter, that ihe whole transaction is endeavored to be placed in a false light by the statement of the valorous M. M. Delacoar. Our res pec ted sh pmaster only hoisted his colors on the express stipulations that an apology should be made, in present* of his crew, for the unbecoming language u*ed toward liitn ; and this wan done. As to asknig pardon of the gentlemanly Frenchman, Capt. Scott <V' nothing of the kind ; but once during the conversation, in disputing some observatfon of the French Captain, he replied in the usual lorm, "Excuse me, sir, you are mistaken." Verily, tht# M M Drlacour has a very bad memory, or rise a most pliant conscience. Capt. Scott has for a long time been in the employ of the most resectable houses of our city; and hi? pres nt employer, Mr Jonathan Thompson, has often entrusted him with letters of credit to the amount of SO to *>,<**> dollar* The insinuation, therefore, of Monsieur Delacour, that he wasci her a "blackguard, ignorant, drunk, or craxy," i? is almest unn to say, is a for>li?h one. . Tk* r W?rl?#?on p*i?r* f !* m-cudi* of r?pM(*h itc?Mt?l ** *** '** to in ?',T> *>ith?rto uwrnc-" Mr?m at m Cutoou Rhivwt -~fly an order in mother part of otir paper, it will be perceived (bat Col. Vvrnioii ? California regiment will mu?ter to morrow mcn.ns They proceed an nrdntely to Governor'* I*Uud, wlMre, tlkvr remaining in camp for thro* week*, they will aail for the Pacific, intending to leave about the 20th ot AuguM. The Utort (pace of time in which thia regiment of volunteer* ha* hern raited, i* another mm- , plification of the energy ami enterprise of the American *pirit. J?-trce!y a month ha* elapaed j urea it waa lir<t puMtcly understood that the ra- | gun en f wa* to be raiard ; and yet, within that | tune, nearty thousand men nave bean enrolled; I ml it hit been awtMtiy to deny a great number | ot Application! made since the regiment was Ailed. The character ot the officer* and privates composing the expedition is one which will do honor to our country, and sustain it wherever they go. Col. Stevenson lies long been known in our community as a man of distinguished enterprise and talent. His skill as an officer, and tus determined enciRy, united with a remarkable suavity of manner, will render him highly respected by his subordinate*. The Lieutenant Colonel of the regiment is Henry 8. Burton, who has tor many years been an instructor in artillery at the West Point Military Academy, one of the best soldiers in our army.nnda gentleman in every sense of the word. The Major is James Hardy, who has also been an instructor at West k-oint, and an officer who enjoys the confidence and respect of all who know him. The captains and lieutenants are all men of talent and enterprise; and none have received commissions until their characters had been ?everely scrutinized. The privates are principally respectable mechanics?young, enthusiastic, and strong. Composed of such materials, there ia no doubt of the entire successor the expedition. The beautiful region of California, if that be made the set* tling-place, will grow up under the fostering care of such men into a great and valuable State. Lake Superior Mineral Keoion.?The rapidity with which report follows icport of developing wealth in the country on and about Lake Superior, has indueed us to turn our attention to that quarter. We find that thf re are now about ninety companies purporting to carry on the woiking of the silver and copper mines of that district. The following table will show from whence the means are supposed to be drawn for the support of thef e extensive operations:? No. Coi. Sktm. Director/ re tiding ?/ 13 48500 New Vork. 44 84000 Bolton A 13500 New York li Detroit. 17 63000 Detroit. 11 63000 Other parts Michigan. 3 13600 Vermont. 16 30000,.. . .Miscellaneous. 87 305,600 This is probably below the number in operation ; but assuming for this number the low average of #50 for each share, we have the grand aggregate of 915,275,000 as the nominal capital employed. If all these companies are indeed fair and above board in their dealings, and are leiriti. mate enterprises, then the country operated in must be one mass of copper, boundless and inexhaustible. Boston seems to have enterad tke most extensively into the business. ThMUlcal and Musical. Bowert Thiatsi.?The bill for last evening consist* eJ of the beautiful dramatic and equeatrian spectacle of " Ivanhoe,'' and the drama of the " Lady of the Lake." Of the performance* of both of these pieces?Ivanhoe particularly, la the bast thing of the .kind we ever witnessed; and the Lady of the Lake is a very superior drama The bill for this evening consists of tho laughable ' comedy of " Paul Pry," " The Rake's Progress." and " Black Eyed Susan." A very auperior bill, tio and ! witness the performance. Greenwich Theatbe ?We were glad to see so large and respectable an audience collected laat evening, to j testify their pleasure at the varied performances of the i excellent corps attached to this thea're. Mr. Freer ably ! austained his pert in the " Orphan of Geneva," ind was seconded by Miss Crauford in a most satisfacto>y manner. We hail the latter lady as a mod valuable and attractive addition to the kterling actresses of our city. This evening, the drama* ol the " Wandering Boys" and " Michael toe Ferrynwn" will be performed; Mr Freer, Miss Ciauford, Mr. Chapman. anJ the delightful Julia iirake, sustaining the principal characters In addition. ! the laughxble farce of the " Artful Dourer" will be pre- 1 vented. Several pat ituh will be Introduced during the | eveuing. The very announcing of such a bill is sufflcient to secure a crowded house, and let no one be de- i terred from going by the heal, for this gem of a theatre is admirably ventilated, and i? cool as summer houae. , Castle Gabder.?This is one of the most delightful places in the city to frequent during the present warm weather, and offers the most agreeable recreation after the hustle and dust of the day Hundreds patronize it nightly, and rich the amusements and comfort that it affords. An excellent orchestra discourses sweet mu sic every evening, and the most fashionable and select portion of our citizens can always be seen there. Herr Alexander, the unrivalled professor of Natural Magic, intends visiting Saratoga in about a week. The visiters at the Springs will enjoy a rich treat in Alexan- , der's performances. Rockwell 4t Stone's New York Circus is at present ! reaping a rich and well merited harvest at Montreal, and we understand will remain in that city for ten daya.? The chief attractions are the inimitable Levi North, Herr Cline, Uossin, he. The pageants are the touma- 1 ments, bull fights, independent of North's clasaical i ifuvmwumu. i ne voui|i?u]l wia? (infcgw l? lorouw, touching at the intermediate towns on the wait tide of Liki Ontario. raymond and Wnnn'i Ciacus ?The following route ! will be taken by thii great circui for the month of Aaguit. and the place* where it will atop Auguit I, Attica, Ohio; 3d, Tiflin. do; 4th, Lower Sandusky, do; 6th, Woodville, do; 6th, Maumoe city, do; 7ih, Toledo, do; Uth, Monroe, Michigan; 10th and Uth, Detroit, do. Movement* of Traveller*. The following is an abridgement of the number of travellers registered for the last two day* at the annexed hotela AMcaica*.?M. Richardson, Boston; Dr. Martin, N.O.; i G. Van Browne, Philadelphia; J. Atkinson, do.: C Bte | vens, Richmond; T Benedict,Tarrytown; L Clarke, SC ; A Kyle. Baltimore; A. Guerard, SC.;C. Clifton Miss; i R Livingston, Clermont; R. Remington, Philadelphia; W. Hooker, do.; J. Kalkener. 8. Caiolina; M. Vanderkemp, do.; VV. Halderman, Montreal; Rev. K. Steam*, Baltimore; C. \tkinson, Charleston; J. Newell, Philadelphia; R. Urquhart, New Orleans. Astok.?J. Hastings, Boston-. D. Macbean, Scotland; C. Gardner, Newport; D. Moose, Vermont; H. Jay, Natchez; M. Ourneo, Haverstraw; Hon J. P. Kennedy, Baltimore; J. Nay lor, Halifax: Capt. Roe, steamer Iron Witch: J. Gamble, Florida; Yv. Roberts, Agusta; 'J. Cook, do.; Mr Coleman, Kentucky; M. Kennedy, Baltimore; J Clarke, New Orleans; P. Garry, Louisiana; J. Moore head, Washington, Coj't. Ilosken, Great Britain; W. Pierce, Bangor; J. Hall, Boston, J. Burton, Philadelphia; C. Penrose, do.; B. Bangs, Boston; H. Fowler, Michigan: J. Lea, Conn ; G. Kngiish, Philadelphia; M Hartson, Cincinatti; E Bap row, England; Mr. Tuinton, Hartiord; S Johnson, Bangor: K. Tracy, Chicago; S Betts, Philadelphia; E. McNeil, Tennessee. Citv?D Davis, J. Reed, Hon. J. Reade, Philadelphia; J. Barrell, North Carolina; D. Wheeler, Mobile; Ed. Clarke, II street, T. Johns. Philadelphia; Jos Payne. F. Joha, Havana; T. Richards, B Pittsfield, Philadelphia; R- H.Cameron, Delaware; J Price, Wilmington; Rev. E. Magoom; Richmond; W. Leland, Boston; R. Millor, Savannah: J. Legburno, Pittsbuigh; J. McGim, D. PleasLnts, Baltimore; Ed. Hutter, Washington; E. Sherman, Albany; Mr. West, Philadelphia; R. Lattimer. G. Henderson, Misaiaaippi: C. Chauncey, Rye; J. Reeves, Phil; Com. Perry, Com. Tatnall, Com. Parker, U. 8. Navy; E. Walton, Memphis; Rich. Jones, Dublin. F*anklin?E. Sleeper, E. Kirkpatrick, e Judson, Philadelphia; E Medder, Poughkeepaie; W. Dickinson, Massachusetts; R. Adrian, N! B ; E. Lupton, Montgomery county; W. Dickinson, Georgia; E. Clarke, Memphis; H. Limis, Binghampton; O Eaton, Troy; A. Gillies, Rochester: J. Johnson, Washington; B. Powell, Mississippi; E. Wiggins, Mobile: W. Paradise, New Orleans; 11. B-'tta. Miksissippi; W. May, Georgia; C. Roger*, 8t. Louis; A. Wray, Philadelphia; A. Godwin, Mobile; D. Robinson, England; E. Wilson, Manchester; J. Leake, Albany; rhoa. Christie, New Windsor. IIowasd?J. Crawford, Washington; J. Eisenbergh, Philadelphia; N. Stockwell, Indiana; R Tomlinson, J. Bradley, South Carolina; Dr. Hinton, M. Lee. Baltimore; J. Lyona, Alabama; J Leach, St. Louis: Edwin Korrest. Baltimore; W. Rdhhitt, New Jersey; D hi^h. C. Lim, Boston; L?r Dittie. Manchester; Hon. T. Mould, Rochester; J Withers, l'hiladulphia, t apt. Gilder, Slat Heft, Montreal; A. Allan, baltimore; Ueo Mwoeny, Washington; M. Uavis, Canada; J. Hesld, Baltimore; J. Isimm, Georgia; K Pitkin, Rochester; A. Center. Philadelphia; O McKay, New Urunswick; ri. Flttntnger, Waterloo; Kd Hn.i.h, Kngiand; J. Miller, Horiua, R. Green, Charleston rollileal lme<ll|rnea. Nathan Evans, ol Guernsey county, ia the whig candidate tor i ongiess In the fourteenth district, Ohio, now repietented by the Hon. Alexander Harper. The whigs of the Eighteenth Congressional District of Penu>) Ivania, linve nominated tne Hon. Andrew Ste?ait tor re election. Groaou?The Hon. Robert Toomee has been nominated for re-election by the whig Convention of the 8th Congressional Uistr ct The Hon 11. Clay ia luxuriating at the " Drennoni Lick on the Kentucky river. Oen Scott ha* been U) for eetM day a at Waehlngton, bat has now recovered eo a* to be able te attend to hi* taalMee. i , UJ.U cttf iitkniiHiM. rf?r.-Th* dunoometef got ap to Mtrlj M y*$t?r <UJ Dirtircu oriHC lt *cMT Sqi'ABion ?A number of I yaehti belonging to th? New Vork squadron, toft the city ynunlijr, on an esaunion of a few weeks to New. i port. Some of them will, howerar, proceed to Boeton. A number of the* left a few days tloce; and the following are the namea of those who left yesterday :? Sloop -Maria Commodore J C. Stevens. Cybel C Miller. Cygnet D L Suydam. 8y ran WE. Mailer. Vineyard Spray H Wilkes. Mist L. A. Di'pau. La Coquilie J. C Fay. Newburgh H. Robinson. In addition t? their owners, a number of friends joined we excursion; and any quantities of catsbles and drink ables win carried on board. They left Whitehall ye?terday at U o,clock, looking finely, but without much wind. ElitbhtmUkoimcnt or New Von Stats Artillcby - 0?a*d duriit or Tactics?Yesterday some hundradi, nay, we might say thousands, were assembled in the neighborhood of ?aat New York, L I. to witneaathe evolutions of thie unrivalled corps, under the command of Col. Yates. Jt an early hour there were on the (round. Brigadier Major Gen. Morris. Col. Morris, Col. Miersof the Governor's Staff, Col. Waterhouse, and a number of other officers. The review came off at about II o'clock, to tike great satisfaction of all present, the military jrentleiMn in particular expressing an opinion that the display tar exceeded their most sanguine expectations. It was traly grand and noble. At the conclusion of the review, the columns passed in review order at a trot with (Mat precision, and want throughout the drill in fall harness battery, ?> as to Increase the admiration of all present. After a short recess they attain mustered on the Held, and went through the different evolutions appertaining to the most recent artillery movemaats, If possible, with still more satisfaction; all as adopted by the lamented Major Ringgold, and for comparative aavices, to their infinite credit. As an instance. we will only mention one round of firing in pertk: in one minnUb47 guns were discharged; in the second minute lSgtus; the third minute, 14 guns; making in three minutea 09 discharges. Pretty good for citizen soldiers, onlv same six months in drilL The mllnntrv and hospitality of the officers of this corps were the theme of el. It *u quite a dispute, u to whether their tactic* MUMMed their hospitality. The latter was unbounded; Mt we mmt give the credit to their tactica, tiy no way ilnparaginff the other branch. Col Yatea, and the offlcen under nis command, deserve infinite credit for tlMir conduot throughout this campaign, and the anenalao; their offlcera expressed themselves in moat flattering terms of their eonduct throughout; and we are happy to aay all went off without the least accident, and with the utmoet satisfaction. Their next display will be looked /or with some anxiety. Thia promises to be im of the finest corps in the State. They have all the elements?enterprise, exertion and energy, and they an bound to go ahead. Success to them. Koa Hi'Dson, Cstsbill, Pouoheeemic and NewavaoH.?The steamer Oneida will leave thia evening at 6 o'clock, from foot of Cedar street Fare to Newburgh 3ft eta., to foughkeepsie and Catakill 60 eta. Rescued.?A son of Mr McKeever of Brooklyn was rear ued by Charles Longdon, one of the deck hand* of the Fulton Ferry Co., from drowning in Fulton slip, having accidentally fallen in. He received no other injury than a good ducking, which he bore with great indifference.

Missing.?A young man about S3 years of age, by the name of Frederick Frey, residing corner of 1st street and 1st Avenue, attended the commencement of Columbia College in Oreen street, on Wednesday, accompanied by hi* uncle; and in the course of the morning he wis seen to pass acroas the church towards the other side, to endeavour to speak to a lady of his acquaintance. His uncle missed him in the crowd, and Irom that time he has not been seen. He was a young man of very correct habits, consequently his strange disappearance cauaea much alarm. MraTcaiors DissprEABANCE.?The young man named Lewi*,whose sudden disappearance we noticed a few days since was tall, good lookiug, and wore a new glazed cap and white vest His mother is in great distress about him, and any information left with the Chief of the Police will reach her. A Suggestion.?In consequence of the repaving of Broadway, between Chamtor and Reade streets, the stages and other vehicle* are nececaarily compelled to turn out of their courae, and go through Centre or Church itreet for the length of the block referred to. Under theie circumstances, would it not be well for the stages on their way up town to take one route, and those coming down to take the other. Such an arrangement, it is believed, would do much toward* relieving the confusion that i* now occasioned by the meeting ofcarriagea in narrow streets; and if the Chief of Police should station an officer at each end of the block for a few days, it would doutftles* have a goed effect in eitabluhing ome kind of order in the matter; at the tame trine prevent any contrarine** that might bo manifeited on the part of the driver*. Coao*Ka's Offici, July 30. - Accidental Death ?The Coroner held en inquest yesterday at the City Hospital, on the body of William Broderick. a native of Ireland, 23 year* of age, who came to hit death by injuries received on Wednesday evening by accidentally falling while attempting to get on a car which was running down an inclined plane at South Brooklyn The wheeli of the cam passed over hia leg*, and mashed them so dreadfully that the poor man only survived un hour after being brought to the hospital. Verdict accordingly. Death by Intemper nee ?The Coroner held an inquest yeaterna> at No 171 Hester street, on the body of Thos. Wadding ton, a native ot Kngland, 35 year* of age, who came to his death by debility and intemperance. Accidental Death ? The Coroner likewise held an inquest at No. 174 viott street, on the body of Thomai Donohue, a native of Ireland, 40 years of age, who came to his death by falling through the hatchway from the 6th story of the store No. 83 Washington street, striking on hi* hend at the bottom, causing almost instant death A fait mortem examination was made by Dr Archer, and a verdict rendered acccrdiug to the above facts. Police Intelligence. Jul* 30 ? Orand iMrceny ?a woman by the name of Mary McOinuis was ariested yesterday, charged with stealing from Alexander Agil the sum of $6J in gold and bank bills Upon the accused being searched, a gold eagle and $9 in bank bills were found hy the offlcer.concealed in the shoe of the prisoner; she had also bought several articles of clothing, such as n new bonnet, fcc , evidently with the proceeds ol the stolen money. Committed by Justice Taylor for examination. Jlrrett on Suspicion ?A young man, a German by birth, called George Garner, was arrested yesterday on suspicion of stealing a valise containing property to the amount of $30, belonging to Mr. Lewis O. Carpenter, of the steamboat William \oung, lying at the foot of Murry street. Locked up for examination. Shop Liftere Caught? John Murty was detected loth* act ot carrying oft'a pair of shoes worth $1 50, from the store 14J Chatham street, belonging to Mr. Win. D. Bige low?locked up lor trial. Also, Aun Shields was caught iu the act of stealing a pair of gaiter boots, worth $3 60, from the store of Mr. George M. Smith, No. 108 Chatham street. JuauU with Intent (* Kill ?A black woman, called Henrietta Oliver, was arrested yesterday afternoon by a policeman, in Orange street, having in her possession a large carving knife, with which she inflicted a severe wound on the side of the head ol a darkie, called Peter Johnson, at the same time swearing to have his life if she could only get a chance. It appears this dnrkie was claimed by Miss Oliver, as her man; and Peter was caught in the act of paying his addresses to a yellow girl consequently she swore she would pay him off for lii* in A le lit y She made several attempts to get at him while in the police office,but was stopped by the officers, the negro bleeding like a pig from the wound. Committed tor trial. Charge of fraud ?Sarah Salover and George Stanley, were both arrested yesterday, on a warrant, by officer Lown of the 3d ward, charged with defrauding James i-i- mutton, committed lor examination. Jlttrmpt to Commit a Hope ? OMctr I)elany, of the 4th ward, arretted a man by the name of John Rathford, Charged with a violent assault and battery, likewise an attempt to commit* rape ontbeperaon of Mrs Uogan.No. 18 Dover street. Locked up for examination. Stealing Clothing ?Andrew Baker wai arrcnted-by a policeman, for stealing clothing belonging to Ihomas Cullen. Locked up by Justice Merritt. United States Circuit Court?Kqulty Sid . Before Judge Nelson. Jt'LV 30 ?Anthony M Summon and Franret hit Wife vs. George L Storer and U'm. I 'an Hook, Ex'rt of David bourdon.? It appeared jrom the testimony that Mr. Bourdon was long, previous to IfWl, merchant of this city. In that year he died, leaving the plaintiff Mrs Norman, bis widow, and one child, ami several other children by a marriage It further appeared that at the time of hit death he owned real and personal estate to the ; amount of $50,000, which he devised, by will, amongst i his wife and children, and apnuinted the defendants nu ! executors. Shortly after the death of her huslwnd, Mrs ; Norman became very melancholy, and her mind much depressed) and for several years secluded herself from { all society, and took no part in the management of her I dom-atic affairs. In consequence of which, the defend ant, Storer, who was the brother-in-law of Mra Nor man,) with the coqaeut of the other defendant, entered into the exclusive management of Mr. Bourdon's estate In ltMl, the plaintiffs intermarried, and shortly after Aled their bill for an account, and seeking to set aside a power of attorney, executed to defendant Storer, by Mr?. Norman, previous to her marriage with her present husband ; and also seeking to charge them with several large sums of money, paid and received under the power ol t ttorney. The pleadings present some three or four issues; the two principal of which are, first, the legality of the execution of the power of attorney; and, second, should the power of attorney be deemed to be well executed, then did the defendants transcend the authority given them by that instrument? The Court was occupied the entire day, reading the defendant's proofs and exhibit*. The cese will he summed up this morning For plaintiffs, Messrs Staples. For defendants, Mr. K Emmet ____________ United Malta Circuit Court. Before Judge Nelson. Jolt M ?The Orand Jury came intoCourtthis morning ! and handed tip true bill* ageintt Andrew Mrottand Thot Little, matter end mate of the ar.hooner Catharine, and then retired, and thortly after retained with a ttue hill aKaintt K rede rick Smith, one of the crew of the Catharine. who ?ai arreced thie morning under a warrant litued br Cour Morton, on a clia ge of linking ap'ain H.'ett with a handipike. while the ?e-?el wa? I ) irg *i Mi J ago fcott. Link and ftmith were then ariaign*! an<l they fleided not gul'ty ; whereufon ">mith ??i honud ' o?er in to au>ear in Court thi? morning. and take t.u trial If c*lle<l upon (' MiHiin i'lxte. Before Judge L'LhoefTer. July .10 ? C*rp?rntinn ? I'lieie were rixteen Inqueat* taken thil morning bv content. againtt the corporation for enrieui amount! The tilt* weie int'ittited by lemplighten, appointed In 1*44. for th? recovery ol w<(t< for . extra duty One of the>e ?ult? tried, e?.t Tenllct taken for plaintiff hy connent. nhiocf to the opinion <> the Court on a ca e to be miide. *an the doeiMon of thl? i can** by the Couit in Bank la to dadee all the ether cam. !o one regiment of the Indiana ?olumeere, the.* were twe hundred lawyer* Nrxn viiftti m JfoBaHM ,-*W* i?aw that about two thouand Mormons have settled on t!?? disputed treet bit?M Missouri tad lows, end h??e put in a crop of two thousand acres This settlement is about on* hundred nil** wait of lkl? place The Idiiti ha?e built hooaes luSciaat to accommodate the whoto company, and trmm appearances It would nam that they designed to remain There ia (real scarcity of pro*mom amongst them, but those ol them who wish to work out can And amongst the neighboring farmeri plenty of employment, and get good wages. The pec pie in the neighborhood are divided in their feelings towards the saints. Thar as a matter of course tell all manner of ubsurd stories about their persecutions in Hancock County, and these together with their sufferI iwgs have gained for them some sympathy amongst some , of the people; but there is another claas. who look on ! them with distrust and desire them to gat away as soon i as possible. Col Kearney has succeeded in raiaing five hundred infantn' iniha MnrmAn ?aw>M et rAe.?.ll dT?^_ a J ?1 vwuutll OIUUI. IUUU as the companies war* formed the church held a meeting and voted to furnish each company with four spiritual women. ConstitutionalConvintton, Wednesday, July 29.?Mr. Kennedy brought to the notice of the Convention a misreport of hia remaiks in reply to Mr. Morria, on the subject of the instructions from New V ork, on the aubject of single diatricta. Mr. Tilden preaented a preamble and resolutions of the New Yerk City Convention, urging a prohibition in the constitution of I any of the chartered rights of the city of New York. ! Referred. Mr Marvin presented a petition from the I council of the Seneca nation of Indiana, urging that no change of the constitution shall be made unfavorable to their advancement in civilisation. Referred. Mr. W Taylor called up the question of reconaideration on the table in regard to the vote determining the number of Senators; a?J the convention took up the question of re considering the vote fixing the number of Senators at S3, after unsuccessful motions by Messrs. Rhepard and Chatftald to postpone the question to Friday and Monday next The question of reconsideration was debated until near two o'clock, when the Convention came to a vote, and refuacd to reconsider?ayes 3D, noes 70. I Jlrgut Extra. __ Th? California (expedition. sevewth.rkoimktr,New York State Voi.i mteers. New Yobe Legion. | 1VKU l-u(1 lAL UIUKR J? Citt or New Yoke, July 30, IHW I This Regiment will b? muttered into the Mrvice of the United State*, on Saturday tha lit of August, at , Governor'! Ulan J. Commandants of Companies will came their respective command* to assemble at thair several " Company Rendezvous" and march to tha place of embarkation, Battery, foot of Whitehall street Tha whole command will embark precisely at seven o'clock A.M.?and all members of tha city companies, who are not on the ground and ready for embarkation at the hour before named, will not be mustered Into the service, and will lose the opportunity of joining the expedition. All baggage and other property belonging to tha soldiers, must be put up in packages, and marked wi?h the initial letter of the Company and the name of the owner in full, and sent on Friday, (the Slst of July,) to 38 South street, for safekeeping, until the regiment shall embark for foreign service. Col J.D.STEVENSON. By order of H. C. MATS ELL. Act Adj. ! Phalon'i Haglc Hair Dye, a new ?a?l Invaluable ditcovjay. warranted neither to smut nor wssh off. being a Liquid Dye, which instantaneously changes the color of the hair to a beautiful brown or black, without injury 50 the hair or skin. The peat superiority of this Dye consists in the easy mode of application and iastanteons effect?all other dyes requiring from ten to twelve hours to produce any change. Its superior excellence will be apparent to every one upon a r.ingleapplication. Country gentlemen can have a bottle forwarded them Vy express, by sending cash enclosed to E. Phalon. CI Broadway, Judson's Hotel. Price $1 per bottle, with full directions Tor use, City gentlemeu are invited to call at the depot and have their whisker dyed. Pine Cull cry,?The subscribers' assortment is celebrated for being the most varied and extensive in the . city. It embr<ces all the different styles of Congress, President, Whsrncliffe. Norfolk, Sporting, Pencil and Office Knives, of Joseph Rodgers tt Sons, Wosteuholm's lie., manufacture?Nail Files, Boot Hooks. Scissors, he. O. SAUNDERS It SON, 177 Broadway, a few doors above Courtlandat. Metallic Tablet Razor Strop.?The oldest l and most approved article now in use, having neen before the j public for the laat thirty years, can be had at the subscribers', ; I wholesale and retail ! O. SAUNDERS k SON, 177 Broadway. oppoaite Howard's Hotel. Ravlgstloa of the Otatlo Hlvsr, Placet. Time. State of Rivrr. Cincinnati, July 23.. 6 feet. Wheeling, July 33 3 ft. 11 inehs., foiling. I j Pittsburg, July 37 ..0 feat, full. Louisville, July 36 4 feat, 8 inches. MONEY MARKETTUuraday, Jmjr 30?0 P.M. The stock market continue* very unsettled, and prices rather feveriah. Long Island fell Off % per cent; Nerwich and Worcester, Canton, 3; Morris Canal, X; Harlem went up X P?r cent; and Reading closed firm at yesterday's prices. At the second board there was a further improvement in Harlem, while quotatioM for the other fancies closed , at prices current in the morning. The demand for sterling exchange has been very moderate. We quote prime bills 7 a 7per cent premium. The amount received for tolls on all the New York State Canals, dming the third week in July, this year and last, was as annexed: Niw Yon* Static cavals? Amocjit or Tolls. Third week in July, 1846 $70,01163 Same period in 1845 63,007 71 Increase $7,914 91 The aggregate amount received for.toll* from the commencement ol navigation to the 23d of July, 1846, inclusive. During the same period in 1845 I,033,4d9 Increase $118,911 This looks well. When the new crops begin to come to market we may expect a much greater weekly increase than exhibited above. This is the dullest season duriag navigation. It would not surprise us much to see an aggregate increase in the tolls, at the close of the season, of full three hundred thousand dollars. This will all be wanted to pay the expenses of the State Convention, now sitting at Albany. The experiment of reducing the faros on the Eastern Railroad,does not seem to have resulted quite so much to the advantage of the company as of the passengers. The annual report of the directors reminds the stockholders that, in comparing results with the year previous, it should be borne in mind that during the nine months of the year ending June 30, the fares have been nearly twenty per cent lower than during the corresponding months of the previous year. hurrai* Kail Road. Rtceipti. Exp'c$. No. Pan. Mi let run 1144-3 $351.<*8 113,014 (02,715 207.811 1845-fi 348,385 123,611 735,452 340.077 llrcrriiF 2,913 lucieaae 10.800 132,737 32,196 It appeara by this that the company hare run twenty percent more distance, carried twenty per cent mora passengers, at eleven per cent more expemo, for nearly three thouaand dollar* leu money. | The 8tat? Treasurer of Pennsylvania has officially an' nounced that the semiannual interest on the funded debt of that Slate, due on the 1st proximo, will be fully and promptly paid at maturity. This settles the question, and settles the credit of Pennsylvania upon a solid basis. There is in the treasury of the 8tate of Illinois about thirty thousand dollars, ($30,000,) which will be applied, as soon as prraugemcnts are made for the transmission of the funds to this city, to the payment of the installment of interest due on the Stato debt. This will be the first payment under the act of the last legislature of that State, relating to the sale, kc., of the Illinois and Michigan c< Ml. This amount is only about one third of that due the bondholders, under the new arrangemont. We annex our usnal table of quotations for the princl pal Stale and other stocks used for investment:? Paicaser Svoeaa in thi Nkw York Market. Rtdrtm- IM IMC 1116. Rait. ablt. May 14. Junr 7 July 30. 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I MtMMt ta the (tMM (? H?i mmm. Mi M j of pnoos nusb beyond ihair present Kmitt j Tin ?p?: alien ud effect of lb* now tariff bill, U ]TOt tu ; the perspective. What they will bo no on con deter mine. Tho whole iemere thoory. The practical pott of the principly adopted in tho formation of tho now bill may bo far different from that anticipated; and the chanoes ( are that it will bo more unfavorable than prodictod by ita very sanguine friendi, ao far aa providing revenue for tho upport of government ja concerned. Tho now tariff placet an additional duty upon luxuries, and reduce* tho duty upon article! generally used. It ia argued that an increased duty upon luxuries will nnt ?/?. ?? a. -? sumption, or restrict the importation; but we find. In all claiiea of aociety a disposition to enjoy the luxuries of this world, to the fullest extant of their mean*, and whan any article la inoreased in prlca, a corresponding dacreaaa in tba consumption matt take placa, and In thia way tba importation of luxurie* matt be reduced. W? find this principle carried ont in all thing* not really na cessary for the aupport of life. We find it particularly demonstrated in the increased travel low pricea create An individual will make a dozen pleaiure excursions when the expense of each may be only one dollar, whereat he would not make half a-dozen if the *xpena? of each wit a dollar and a quarter. Juat to in the ?t>n aumption of champagne, and other luxuriea. Tb'amay appear very extraordinary to thoae who hrve never given the subject even a passing thought, but it ia never theless true as holy writ. The oonsumptiqn of nece***rie* of life, appear* to be governed and regulated upon different principles. It if the first impulse to get all we really want, and then, if there be any surplus lunds to get those things, which, although not actually necessary for the comfort of life, have a very important influence upon our general enjoyment and happiness. The new tariff is intended to cha ipea the necessaries of life, or srticlee of general use, impo ted from foreign oountries, by reducing the doty upon them. As the ne oessaries of life become reduced in cost, there may be aa increase in the consumption of luxurie s, upon the ground, that people generally make It a rule to live up to the full extent of their income. We see no way of increasing tho consumption of those articles upon which the new . tariff levies a higher duty but this, and this is so doubtful and uncertain, that it would be folly te anticipate an lacrease of revenue from that source. According to the comparative statement of dutiea levied under the tariff act of I84S and those levied nnder the act just passed, which we published this morning. It appears that upon the prlncipel artie'es of luxury the duty under the act of 1S43 was fifteen per cent, and under the new act twenty-five per rent, or an increase of near ly fifty ]>er ceut. Upon articles of general uae, the duty under the act of 1*43 averages about forty-six per oeat, and under the new act twenty per cent At this rate the v average duty, upon the aggregate importation under the new tariff, will not exceed fifteen per cent. With all the mini mums and all the specific rates of the present act, the average ad valorem does not exceed twenty-five per cent. We do not hesitate a moment to predict, at this early day, a deficient revenue every year the new tariff is in operation. <>14 Stork Bxrhangs. $1,000 Oliio 6*i IMS tl\? ISO aha Morris Canal 12 (5,0*0 Kradiux Bondj >40 73 75 Can Mo Co 13W $2,000 Heading Mtg Bd* 74Jf 50 do bit 3ifi 20 ah* Bank America *7 200 Raiding RR (10 67 20 Bank Commerrs 9) V 100 do C7 150 Ktrmrraa' Tru?t 3I\ 100 do a30 (7 300 Long In RR b3t 32 1M do SlO 67 K 100 do 3!k 10* do 67H SO llarl*m RR 54)J ?n? Ner It Wor 47 ISO do bCO M 100 do bM M 125 do 55 50 do S7K 50 do 54\ ? do 57? 100 do Sll 55 5 Ston KH 41 Bwond B)?ia. 50 alu Louf Isluad 32 100 ahs Harlem M 100 do b3t 32*, 50 do (30 M 1U0 do 32 50 Norwich 5?JK M Harlem h? MU 7* Hn *a 10 do M U do BW M 25 da MM Farmera' Lou t5k 200 do M to Heeding MX Now ntock M aha Farma Truat cah llj< ti (hi Nor fc Wor bM 57k M do bM ? do eah 57 M do bM 15* M do bM 57k 100 do caah 15 M do Friday 57 t5 Keadiox RR bM Mk 15 do (II ?7 M HarUm RR Fridty 5<k t5 do bis 51k M do b 15 5<? 15 ? . blO 57 W 25 Loor I( RR (M Mk *5 do bS 57k 100 do iN UK *5 do Saturday 57k t5 do Friday 11)2 Married. On Thariday, July SOtli, by the Rev. Dmlel Bmith, Mr. Joanrti B. Hiauaian, of Clinton, La, to Mia? Elizabeth A STaKOKV, of New Orleani, La. daughter ol the late Charle( H 8ianden, oi London, Kngland. Died. On Wedneadar morning, July 29th, Jon* Bodot, in V the 39th year of hi? age. On the 30th inatanl, Mra. Sabaii the 70tl> year of her age. Her friend( aud acquiintancea are reapeetfully invited to attend the funeral, thia afternoon, at 4 o'clock, from No. 361 Delancy atreet. POiVT OFFICE. > New Vorb, July M, il> ) STEAM-R GREAT BRITAIN. FuO .. Nfc* * OKK. Lettera ? ill be received a ihia office lor the -bora >teaat( until 2k o'clock, P M . on tkmidiy, Kr In ol Aa<ui. J he freui.t ou all letieri i er the abo?? Strainer, by u arraiicrnicut with uer couaigurea, will he t5 ie u lor lettera wenching lialf ouuca er lea., aud 25 Ceuia tor additional half ouure. R. H. MOR.ilH, P. M. j >"M 2irrc " i usT OFFIcfc, i New YoaB. July 29th. ItM. I CTEAMER CAMBRIA FHuvl BOsTO>-Ti,e m for the above Stetinei will be cloaed at thia o*ct on Friday, the 3lat inat , at 4k o'cl..?k, P. At Poat'ge on ill letle.a muit be prep -id to Boaioj. Lettera of half an er under, 5 Ctuta: aud eacu additional half ounce 5 eenta. JyM Jtfh R. M. MuRtvIS, P. M. EVERY BODY BUYS IT. THE NATIONAL POLICE OAZETTE, publWked at No. V Centre atrtet, New York. of tlua week, aud ie med thia morning, will contain ngraater vauetv thaa haa before appeared iu ita lutereating Culuaua. Price ouly fire cent* at retail, and for aa e by all the aewa ageuu of the Union. . It will be ornamented with a correct and beautifully eegraved portrait ol JL'UtiE bUMO.NtlS, of the Circuit Court of thia Uutrirt " The Livea of the Felona," rontinuatiou of George Baraee Harvey, the man with ilie carpet b.g, coutaimuf hia extraerdiuary robbery of the Oneid Bank. Anunymoua letter, threaia of Murder, by one ef the EX nuDDC.iva. wan reyiew ol u* iuUhoui compromise that released ten burglars ana thieves Iron pumstimeut, including Jem ebbaud all the Pratt* aud the Purdys. Sport for Philadelphia police. Scatlnug exposition of the fraudulent and swindling assumed lottery firm of Charles Mclntyr* It Co., of 11 Broail and IS Wall atreeu, with a fac simile of the fraudulent certifk it*. New Police organization by the City Convention. Br oderick's police aneuduient*, kc Case of Therou w 11 be r?The New York Huxxars? Money for Police Officer*? Pickpockets in the City?Th* Hempstead Elopemeut?Tlie Jersey City Muider?Another and Women Lost?$1100 Kewaid for * Vluriierar ? Horrible Rape in Brooklyn? Hotel Thief p?*siug h.m.elf oflf u a clerk for Hoadley. Phelps It ( o., of this city?d*ntruce of Krreinau thr lie* o murueicr? \ Stepmother starving her Stepchildieu, a horrible story?The i auada vlarkham Gang?Sentence for Bigamy for Aiarrying a Oraud-diugh *r ?Horrible Itape at Bath?Mysterious Murder?Aneat of Winslow, the Counerfeiter?Counterfeit Al.mev?S*..tene* lor Mail Rebbery-Portraits of Pickpocke'a, lie Ike. Jiltt*mc AT A MEETING OF THK PASSENOfcltS, held o* board of the Steamboat ON K.IDA, on her r*(*ru I r.. m the Fisi'iug Bints on Wednesday, 2?tli July, III#?On motion. HENRY C.ATWOOD, Esq , was relied to IL* Chair, aud W. R. Howe, was appointed secret r) On motion, a committee of three, come ting of M**sr*. Davis, Putnian, and John Clark, w* appointed to draft r**olutious in behalf of the i-assenger*. '1 lie Committee, having their mission, returned, and reported tlir fo'lowmg leaolutions :? Resolved, Tbst ? e tender our thauks to Capt Tapper and George Hexzird, Esq . for their gentlemanly attention on this excursion; also to Thomas Maf.nn and and Samuel Realty, New York Pilots, lor their kind attention to th* l*di*s aud gentlemen on *>uard, and their readiness to explain th* dtnge s of Homer, East B nk. and the Swash, att? ndini all vessels ente ing the port and h <tbor ol New Vork Alt*, to the Pilots of the New York pilot beat John E Davidson, who while ill discharge of their perilous duties, roeetiug u< in th* Lower Bay, courteously hove to and us that heartfelt aa'ute >o characteristic of the New York Pilot*. Resolved T> at a vot* of thanks b* lendered to Oov Davis, of Conr> Island, alao to Mr. John Keela id, of thia city, lor their kindness to tli* passengers. Ketolred, Tnat the Secretary confer with th* Captain, and ascertain when the bost can be obtained for a repetition of the eicursion. Resolved, That we have caught fish enough, bat woald haee caught ttioie if tliev had hit fa t?r. Retdlvrd, That th* procreriinga he rabl-ahed in th* Son and Herald. HENRY C. ATVVOOD, Chairman. W. R. Hos t, Secretary. jyll lt*i. ^ THE AMERICAN ALOIS IS now iu full flower?those who intend neyii g hi* kingihip a visit, * ill uot have a be ter opportunity than dnri g th* prea*>.t and ensuing w**k. Oi eu I rum 7 A M to It P >1. DUNLAP fc i'HCMPiON, %V a.n i c*u I ?1 e.L>l A I fcL ?Two rir?i rate new .bi t ,r? TT ner?; wjk*? from 8 to 10 dollar* a in inlh Nona n>ed apply bnt ih we actii'tomed lo roil nrw ihirt* of (ho beat quality. K'quire m 44? B o >ih* street. jvjl 'i#?ne INFUk.UaIiON WAVI'lU?UI Jama* iiinu,au>|ut < f Ooner iile, county Cork. Ireland, who Irft ApaUehiev la, Juno 20, 1*41, wh?-re h lifrdiyrui. H' left hia wifa aud r hi hi at 4 hic?go. in . u*t, IIO. ami wmt Vog h or Wait.? Any person knowing hit wlitreabont*. will bli|e hi* di* wif? by addrruiug thr> ughth-Poat O reo, Mr*. Mary Oieen,9J John *'ra?t, New York. Souihrrn duiI ^?-?t?-rn paper* plear* copy. JySt Jt'r'e WANTED ASI'ROF.ON ?i*he* font Parlor Tor an office. A not* addr *?ed to Dr. WIkTZ. a-.d left at thi> b?r of French'* H tel. 133 Fulton itrret, wil be attended to; it aiul ?t-te ihe location a d the t*rra?. Poa*el*iou will not be < anted beto e lit Heptt tnhei. JyJt 3t*irc ONE THOU AND LABORERS WANTED. WVN'T* D immediately ..n the line of the lllin -t? and vhrhlitun ' anal, (from hie *n >o La Halla ) one thonsvi J L*b?irera. and one ho- rtred *i"ii? Cut at* Vleu nl ate -a. Inhir<will Anrf upon tin* canal comtant emplovme-it, (mil w?vr* * id 'ran I a p yme't* II) oriU r of the Do:ird f** of the llllnoi and Michintu Canal. OOttD'NO, Chiel Engineer. Can*l OflVe l.ockporr. 111 . lnl\ J*'. IIM jv2*^iw*<-n ^ K tvV I.). J "R OLh,^, at -ara og. st ring*.. n IS h ln?t, 1J of D'?monil K \P-RI en. . k i-.b >! ? h ti ha< a >i (la d am'od th--two w hini|7 cuat I tie drop h mh* firm f a pear. nid a e et with ???er I di intoa '*, w t * h / with thi w fir t. v nor II camtn Tlie re *H w II no p i4 fnr i-ir rr. Ten of ihe rar-ringi at Meatri. Duf .or Mara d It Cn M Bearer itr-M, N V jvll 4i*r e LuWSER'd PATENT Ti:TpLATED LEAD pipl; AN ARJICLtpoi-h *?p.r or' thecoma* Laad Pipe. F..r aala at ill and Ml trrateeirM l.'iri THOS OTIS LC HOT * CQ,

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