Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 8, 1847, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 8, 1847 Page 1
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mi Li. i,i' u THj Vol. MI, ?? itlUWlMU M35 THE NEWYORK HERALD. 1 JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PROPRIETOR. Circulation?Forty Thousand. DAILY HERALD?Every day. Price J eeate per copy?$t \ 16 per eoiiaiu?payable tp advance. WEEKLY F!EM.d.LD?Every Saturdey-rrice IX emb | per a-wv?Si IEX cecu per annum?payable in advance. HEiiALD roa EUKOCE?Every Steam Packet day Price 6X eenta per copy?II M per anntun, payable la ad- i vanee. ^ADVERTISEMENT# at the ueaal prioee-elwaye eaeb i^UN^lNUofaU kiada executed with beauty and deeMAll letter* or eommaaieatioiu. by mail, addreued to the iHtblukmMt, mutt be pott paid, or the pottage will bt de7AMa,lsaM,.?5fstTT. Proprietor of the New Yeaa Hiiau EiTAaueHittNT, Nerth WeeUeoraev of Vtalioa aed Naeaao itreeta ettAVRIiliieq AWWOUAflUII). CWANUIS ur HOURS 4Hhf Ajyi WlNTKR AKKANUKMKNT On and tiler Monday, Dee. 28, IM6, Trnint will ran aa follows:? Liiti Biooiub-?i t o'clock A. M. (Boston train) for Greenport. daily, (except Sunday*) 'topping at jNTiningdale and at. Geotge'a Manor. " at ?X A. M., daily, fox Greenport and linteraedine placet. " " at I P M. for Farmiaudale, daily. Learn Ggnnuronr?at 8X A. M., uaily accommodation train for Brooklyn. " at 3X P. M., (Boston Train) or on the arrival of tile noat from Norwi h, daily, (except Bunders,) it at St. George's Mane' and nrmlngu-ile. Lkavs Famxii'eoai.t: at t% A. M. daily, (except Sundays,) aenomuiodau a train; and IS M. and 9K P. M. Laarx Jamaica?m I o'clock A. M., 1 P. M., and 8X P. M., for Brooklyn, or on the arrival of Boston tram. SUNDAY THA1NS will hereafter ran to Thompson S? tian? leave Brooklyn at PA. M. for Thompson and mtermedi us pJaocM commencing Bandar the 8th Nevsmbsr, returning leave Thompion at 1 o'clock P. M., Karmingdule 2X, Jamaica SX> Kane to?Bedford, I cents; Kaat New Yerk, 12X; Knee Untiraa, 18X; Trotting Uonrse 18K; Jamaica, 2'?; BraanvilU, 21>?; Hyde l ark, (17 miles) 37X; Clowavilla, (daring the session ol Court) 1?X; Hempstead, J7X; jlraueli STX; Carle Pl'tce.Gi Weatbnry, It; Hicksville, 44; k'aemingdale, 62X; Bear Park,69: Thompson. 88: Suffolk Station, SI;Lake Road Station, SI UK; Medferd Station, SI UK: Yaphank.fl T7X; St. George's Manor, S> ?2X; Kiverhead, SI UK; jameaport, SI 62X) Mattetuck, SI 62K; Cntehogne, SI 62X; Honthold, Si 62X; Greenport Accommodation Train,- |T 79; Boston train, S2 29. Stage' are in readiness on the arrival of Trains at the several Stations, to take passengers at very low farts, to all puts ot the Island. Baggage Crates will be in readiness at the foot of Whitehall tragi, to receive baggage for the several trains. 28 minutes before the hour of starting from the Brooklyn aide. The ateainhoat "Statesman' leaves Greenport for Sag Harbor on the arrival ef the Boston train fVom Brooklyn dSSrh NOTICE! a(MM jM8 On and alter briday, November 28th, the KJB0steamboat SYLPH, Captain Braiated. will 3HS23NDK.make the following trips to and from States bland nntil farther notice, rix :? Leave New York. Leave Sratsa Island. At A.M. At 8X 11 A. M. 18 1 P. M. 12 M IX M 2 P. M. >X " wr ?m ' REGULAR MAIL, LINE FOR BOSTON. T1A NORWICH It WORCESTlCR, without change ol iMlT f- uJh fecira or Baggage, er withoncJ^^^Ht " ',?i 'mm /Lr roaring any Terry. u"'gag taking their seats at Norwich, are insured their eta through to Boston. This being the only island ronte Aa t eomanniwtsa through by steamboat ai\d railroad. Passengers by tils line are accompanied through Vk the conductor of the train, who will have partit Aiar charge of their baggage, and who will otherwise give hie attention to their ease and comfort. This lina leaves south aide Pier No. I, North River, foot of vaiwi I auin vnuulU|i|U?|>Wll| II S O ClOCK, T M., sad ai i ve? 10 Bootoo id time to take ell the eastern train* The a?w MNnir WORCESTER. Cspt. Van Pelt, leave* vary Tuesday, Thursday, snd Saturday*, at 4 o'clock, P. M. TV steamer CLEOPATRA, Captain William*, leave* every Monday, Wednesday, and Fndev, at 4 o'clock, P. M. Fur farther information, inquire of J. H- VANDKBBILT, No. t Bart cry Plseo. North Waver. d*5 tf re Wt-l jm WINTER ARRANGEMENTS?The Norwich, Worceaterand llolton Rail Road 3EmZm3HUBU and St cam Transportation Line?The *nbmotiil main propeller Tram bull, Captain Daniel Haven* will ran regularly between Norwich aad New York, making two passages a week; leaving New York from pier 11 E. 11. Old Slip. ? (((piKht. trhRk will be taken at aammer rate* or paaiare, having elegant accommodation* apply to the Captain, on board, or to ?. A. BILL, Norwich,Conn .and to JBIm^r J4k N HKI'}t4H 40 ionf]i*t. NewYork UNITED STATES MAIL LINE. .MIJI FUR ALBANY AND TROY, VIA BmmxaBclttf ?rMh'N't and llonsatouie Railroad. Dur3E>u3S*i*K>iiic laat aammer, the Hoa*ato?ie Railroad baa been lelatd with a heavy H Kail, from Bridgeport to tlie VYattaru Railroad Through bv Daylight, daily (Sanday'* etcepted) at fiK o'nloak, A. M. The Steam beat MOUNTAINEER, Capt. W. II. Fraiee, leave* tlie loot of Market atreet, ?. R , for Bridgeport, Daily, attfc o'clock, A- M. N# freight tekeu in the Passuiiger Line. Faaseugers take ill* Cart act Bridgeport,and without change of Car* or Bnggaae Crates, arrive in Albany and Troy aid O'clock, P. M. New Car* and Locomotive eugiuea have been procured, and tha Road it in every reapect equal to the boat Nate England Road. 05^ A Kreiaht Line by Steamer* Nimrod, and Mohegan, daily?Freight TariB uame as laat year?lor further particular* inquire hC the OfBee on Market atreet Pier, aad at Livinga'on and Wells' Eaprass, It Wall -street. fe4 iin rc G. M. PERKY. Agent. BRITISH AND NORTH A.ilEtt j CAN ROYAL Mi.n STEAM SHIPS y C J** tons and 440 boras power each, an ( 1' r contract with the Lords of the Admi lilBERNlfe,. Capt. A. Uyri* CALEDO>#A Cap. E. O. Lett. BRITANNIA Capt. J.Hewitt. CAMBRIA Capt.O. H E.Jndkuta. ACADIA Capt.Wm. Harrison. i Will sail Irom Liverpool aad Boston, via Halifax, as follow* r? vaouaosTorr. raoit LrvaarooL. i Hiboraia Ken. 1, DMT Hibernia Jan. 4, 1MT Caaabrn March I, 1IM7 Cumbria Feb 4, 1147 Uibetnia April t, IRI7 Hibernia March 4, 1*17 u'lansor. moket. Fioiu Boston to Liverpool...... Bit*. From Boston to Halifax... , ,. ... M. No berths secured until paid for. These ships carry experienced rnrtteona No freight, excrpt specie, received oa day s of sailing. Forfrauiur. passage, or any other luforinatioa, epply to D. Kill GH AM, Jr., Ageut. AiHAKNpEN Ik CO.'M Wall ft. iTJP* In addtuon to the above liue between Livtrpnol and Halifax, mid Boston, n contract hns been entered into with Her Majesty's gorertimeut, to establish a lino between Liverpool and New V urk direct The steamships lor this ser- , vice are now being buiit, and early next year due noriee will be given of the lima when they will start. Under the new contract the steamers will anil every Saturday during eight mouth*, ami every fortnight during the other months in the year. Ooiug Alternately between Liverpool, and Halifax and Boston, und between Liverpool and New York. J6 r I GKKaT HlflialN A Nil i Kl'.LANlJ. Kllb, ?PERSONS wishing to remit money to ( a jSM. >Jt\> England, Ireland, Scotland, or Wales, will 'V.irS.TV tanllto applv to the subscribers, at the ' CEP..<old es abli.hed passage ollire. 175 Pearl itreet, where s usual dralts sre furnished J for large or small amounts oil the National Bank of Ireland, * Northern Banking Co. and Notional Jlnuk of Scotland, pe.ya ble ou demand, i t the numer us brsnehe* throng oat Itoth cosntiies, wit oat discount; also, on 11 C. GLYN k CO., Bankers, Loudon, and r-n (,. GRIM8HAW m. CO, LiverI Km I. Apply to BaM'L Til MPBON k NEPHEW, ". jO lm*rh Old Established Passage Office, *75 Pearl St. PASSAGE * KOMIIUEAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. sfi&Sm Aft 4MM* m i ARRANOlbM f.N J'f FOR 1617. ? PW. CVKNV k 1,0,01" YORK AND LI- ' VmlU'll L, being the oldeat end largest erlaMrhed J house d 'he emigratingTiustueiia, beg lenvr in cull the nt- ? teuton o( the puhlie generally to their auperi-ar arrangements S tor tbe euaumg veer Persons ileairjua of seu.lmg iliroagli ' thi? hou?t\ ior their Irirnda rrsnl'ug id the ' OlJ Couutry," u may sif?ly depend they will have immediate despatch, end F every means v? ill he token in ore?mt detention hi Liver : pool. Tl e Picket Ship! of thu line s-e nil nf the fint class ' Hid commanded by niru of acknowledged akill?one of Jj wbi liauil ei cry five days Arrangements eau alan be made to fo.ward paaaengers, direct, Iron Dublin, Cork, Waterford, Loudoiderry,and Bnlfaat. Drafts and Bills of fcvcliange, given for env amount, pays- I* ble on demand, wnhnut discount, at any ol the principal 1 towna in the United Kingdom K'om the above arrange- *" mei.t?, the anbaenbera eoriBUeutly eapret that the patronage which nea bean an liberally eatended tlietn for anany years But, will not be withheld the mining aeaaon of emigration I,. old any of the partiea ei gaged (or, not embark, the money will be refnnded aa coatomarv. For further pertieelara, if bv letter^y ^a_t najd^) ap^ly to 41 Boath arreet. corner of Wall. SI T. EDWARD RAUL, Agent. V W. BYHNRH (t CO., |?S lm*rre 7?l Wa'erloo Itoad, Liverpool. 3 ir ife M, M THE ONLY REGULAR LiNE OF GLAaGUW a PACKETS Wh J. T. TAP8C0XT beg to inform their frienda Mid ? the public, that they re acenta for the Regular Line B of tilaagow Packets, aailiug Irom Ulaagow on the lAth, and from New York on the lit of every month. The following Aral claaa ahipe comprise the Liue B Jne BitOOKHBY, SARACEN. ' ADAM CARR, ANN HAKLKY Per- ,ra wishing to ?eiiit for their ftienda in any part cf B Scotland, uui have them brought out in the above uamed I'aobeta oe reasonable terms They sail from Glasgow pnuc- i ma .ly 'ii the IS h of every month, and are commanded by e?- ! ai penanced captain' aaruatomed to the passenger trade, and noted "o-tletir k'.udueaa to passengers. For fartherparticu p ar?, nprly to \V. fc J. T. TAPBCOTT, d9r 16 South atreet. 2d door below liurlieg slip. , "" REMITTANCES Tu IRELAND, He. I .*&> && jist OfcOUlIo McPRlDE, nr., una removed Ma oramo No 4ft lir a'lway, a..d continues to remit money, in ai<ma large or I amall, to prisons residing lu any part of Ireland, in the aame J ii nuntr aa lie inrl hia pienecrstor in huaineia have dorte lor ?i>e I ' it thirty yeiranuo icnre; alan to any partol England or r< Heoilaud. Ii Money remitted bV letter, post-paid, to the anhtcviber, or U peraoa lly deposited will,, with the name of ilie peraon ai ?| I' '111" in Iral md, I i eland, ,.r fteotland, to whom it if to ) a: be i d iiesreat roet town, will be n.,mediately trauamit- i fi, ted and paid accordingly, and a receipt to thai edect glvea b r fit-warded to the aeedei, ;H la*ic I E NE NET THAVlUiUJIU AOCOnnUOATlONH. NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. m m TO BAIL FROM NEW YOUKTHJC ?th.TT^ff POOL THE llth OF EACH MOM H- *"** ?riOM NEW YORK, Ship SHERIDAN. Cape Corniah, January 26, " OAKHUJK. ^Traak. February X. ' ROSClim, " Eldri4e. March X. I " BIDDUNS, " Cobb, April X. FROM RIOERFOOl,, " UARRU K, December ll. " HO AC (US, January 11, " 8IDDON8, February II, I " 8HE1UDAN, March 11. | Theaeahipa arc all of tha lirat dan, npwardi of 1090 toaa, ; built iu liui city, with such iiuproTcmcuta ai eombiua great , apeed, with uuuaaal comfort Tar paaaeugera The price of paaaaae heuce ia $71, lor which ample atnrea i will be prorided. 1 heae ahipa are commanded by eaperieuced mattera, who will make trery eaertion to gire general aatiafaction. Neither the Captain or ewaera of lhaae ahlpa will be reaponrible fur aav lettera, parcels or pacltagca aeut by them.uitleea regular billa of lading are aigned therefor. For freight or piaaage apply to, KTiT. COLLI>8 16 South atreet. Jal BHOWN, 8HIPLKY Si CO . LiTerpool. OLD EaTABLlOiiED FAaSAUE OFf loE, JftSL J&L ui?k WL WL M M 271 rKaai street, SAMUEL THOMPSON A NlJ NEPHEW, Aorutc for the " Bi.acu Star" Line of PaCRRTa. 1X7. ' Livtrpool to Ntw York .. ? IJ47. Sflbi. CiMaiai. I Via Keg. Tm Wea, T. F.Vreemau, 897 J4U0 Liberty, P.P. Norton, 796 1306 Cornelia, F M French, 1061 17M Ohio, H. Lyon, 766 1375 Annuel Hlcka, T. O. Bunker. DA UM Ktnpire, (new j J. O Kuaaell, 1090 1860 Panthea, W B Lane, 721 1321 Indiana, Jamea l>. Bennett, 716 13U0 Huguenot, 8. Ooedhue, 932 1669 Ma/mion, (new) W. Edwarde, 901 1600 Peter Hattriek. J. D Poet, 670 1306 Klixabrlh Deniaton K W *?.r? ana i"? Devonshire, ' W. T. Thompson, 889 1500 Ni?(ut,(oe?) H. Hussell, 734 1170 Atlas, (naw) H. Coffin. 790 1404 Chaos, (uew) J. L. Wilson, S10 1400 Sardinia, (new) C K.Crocker, (02 MOO America, (naw) Weare, 11SO 19410 The subscribers would respectfully inform their friends and the public that tbey hare addrd several splendid new ships to their lure of paekets between this part and Liverpool, which has been farorably known and extensively patron iseri for a period of more than thirty years, and have no hesitation in assuring those who may wish to make engagrmeuts fcr the passage of their Irieuds from England, Scotlrnd or Ireland, that they frill find these ships inferior to none i i point of comfort, convenience and safety, one f which will sail from Liverpool every aii days, throughout the year, making delay, and the consequent expense to emigrants at the poit of embarkation impossible. A tree passage per steamer from ihe various Irish and Scotch ports, with bread stuff's and hospital monev paid, may be secured all at the lowest rates; and when those settled for decline coming out, the full amount pud will be promptly refunded, as usual, For further perueulars, apply to SAMUEL THOMPSON k NEPHEW, 373 Pearl street, or to C. Urimshaw k Co., 10 Ooree Piamtas, Liv'pl Draffs or exchange, payable at sight, are also furnished lor any amount, on K. L. Olyn fc Co., Bankers, London; (J Urimshaw k Co., Liverpool; the Natioual Bank of Scotland, National Bank of Ireland, and Northern Banking Co. Apply as above. fe4 lm?r NEW LINK OF LIVEKTOOL PACKETS. m M M &k Toiylfrom New York list, sad from Liverpool (th of each month. JVeus Ntto York. Liverpool Nnw ship Liverpool, 1140 tons. \ J. Eldndge. I August II Oct. New ship Queen of the West, vi??"arT 2} ^ch ! 1140 tons JT. Woodhouse, J} Nov. ! N#W ^''john Bmou11''''0' ^ \ ? A& 6 JohnBntoi J October 21 Dec ? 8hip Hottinguer, 1(40 tosv. ) 5>^ch 2} SI*' * Ira Bursty j * \\ J These suoetantial. fsst sailing, first elsss ships, all built in the city of ucw York, are commanded by men of experience and ability, and will be despatched punctually on the 21st oi each month. Their cabins are elegant and commodious, and are furnished with whatever can conduce to the esse and comfort of passengers. Price of passage $100. Neither the captains nor owners of these ships will be reipousible for any parcels or packages seat by them, unless regular bills of laihng are signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to WOODI1ULL k MINTUBN, 87 South street. New York, or to flELDEN, BROTHERS k CO., ml re Liverpool. J& ROCHETUOTHER^B CO. ARRANGEMENTS. Remittances to ud Passage from Great Britain asd Ireland, by the BLACK HALL, OK OLD LINE OF UVKKPOOL PACKETS. Sailing frc in Liverpool on the let and l(th of avery mouth. Also, by first class American ships (weekly.) Persons sending to the Old Country for their friends, can nikt the D^CCMatt AnanRcmsnts wi?.i? ?uKaorik... ?i have them brought out iu any of the eight ihipa comprising the Blapk Sail, or Old Line of Liverpool Packed, tailing from Lirerpol on the lit and 16th ol every month. Alto, by first elan ships tailing Irdm that port weekly, which oar utcat, Mr Roche, Senior, there, will tee ere tent ont trithoat Idler. 1 he Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packed, eon priae the following magnificent thipt, and will tail Irom Liverpool on the regular appointed dayi, at followt s? FIDELIA, lit January, lit May, lit September EUROPE, Hth " 16th 16th NEW YORK, let February, let Joan, lit October. COLOMBIA. 16th ' 16th " 16th YORKSHIRE, lit Much, lit July, lit November OXK'iRI), 16th " 16th " 16th " CAMBRIDGE. lit April, lstAog., ltt December. MONTEZUMA. 16th 16th v 16th " P. S.?The public are retpeetfnlly notified, by detire of the owners of the Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packed, that no pataenger agenu bat K. B It Co. have permittion from them to edvertiie to bring ont puiengett by that line, ind that they are the only regular authorited paatengar agend of taid line in thit city. We have at all timet for tale &raft? at tight, for my amount, drawn direct on the Royal Bank of Ireland, Dublin; alto on ' Mettrt. Preicott Orote, Ainet hCo., Bankers, London,wl ich ire paid free of ditoonnt or any eliarge whatever, in ill the ^neipal townt throughout England, Ireland Sentltad uiU *c*. S3 Fulton ttrert, N. Y , nest door to the Fulton Bank. The olTkceof Mr. hoohe. Bear., it at T5 Dublin itreet, o7rc Liverpool. PACKETS FOR. HAVRE?SECOND LINE. i M M m &h Th^RiPi of thi^^inor ill tail dnrln^he yea^i^helol owing order!? From N. York. F'm Havre. t Jan. 1, Feb. 16 I Ship UT1CA, Capt. J A- Peiree, < May 1. Jnne 16. i r Sept. 1. Oct. 6. I Ship ST. NICHOLAS, dept. N. W. J^J; Mw. 16. Lveleigh. { Dft , Noy ? Ship ONEIDA, Capt Fnnek, i $*?.!. ApnlW. ( Nov. 1. Dec. 16. Ship BALTIMORE, Capt. J. John-S^,1" ^ay 16. ,toB' ( Dec. I. Jan. 16. They are all of the Artt class, ably commanded, and with eeommodatinnt ample and eoromodiont. The price of pasage iu the cabin it $1(10. eiclniiveol' wines and liqnort. Apply to BOYD fc HINCKEN. Agentt, No.6 Tontine Buildings, No. M Wall trreet. Goods senKo the agenttI or forwarding, will be subject to tone other than the ; actnally paid. an21 m MARSEILLES LINE OF PACKETS M M. Mt, M. Tn^iiulerm?...iii^8hip^rill boregularly despatched ence on the ltt, and from Marseilles the 16th of each not nriug the year, at followt Ships. Capraint. From N. York ll'CE de JOINVILLE, (new) Lawrence, April I Sept. I I1HSUIM, ^ Silvester, May 1 Oct. I im wLP, tuewf f.Ttleigli, Jnue I Not. 1. iASTOfj. Coulter, July t Dee. 1. 1 (EURAMKA |?iw) Walaou, Aug. I J*u. 1. < Slope. Captaine. From Marseilles. I K'CE de JOINVILLE. ( <*) I.awrence, June 10 Not 10 , 1I8SOURI. Silvester, Jnly 10 Dee. 10 i iKCOUF., (new) F.veleigh, Auk. 10 Jan. II . IA8TON, Coulter, Sept. 10 Feb. 10 1 IEBRA9KA, Ware on, Oct. 10 Mil. It ? These reaaela are of tlie Aral clue, commeuded by men ol perieuee. Their accommodations, for passengers are nnsnr I assed fur comfort and enOTeuieuee. Woods addressed to the I teute Villi he forwarded tree of other rharfee than thoee acta | lily paid. For freight or pastage apply to CHAMBERLAIN It PHELFM, Proprietors No. 103 Front utreet, or to 1 DOYD It H1NCKKN, Ajeute, ( lire OTodtine Buildings. II Wall.cor. Water et. | NEW YORK AND OLASGOW LINE OF ' PACKETS. i H A* ^ ? "Silmg from Ne^^^SToe tlie li^ej^fflTasgow I each month From N.York. Fm. Ul'gew hip SARACEN, N. T Hawkins, loal! No'v'ms. ' f Feb. I. March 1J, I t. Ship BROOUBT, H. M'F.wee,} No't.'l. aS?.' U.'' I t March 1. Dec'r IS. I r Bark ADAMCAKK^aoWr.?ht \ &JSY.1' sl'pVl/1 t April 1. Jan. IS. I l. Bark ANN HARLKY.R Hcott. \ SVptY Qct'll? I ' _. , (Jan'yl Feb * 11.1 j , These thipe are rood, rabetaatial reeatle, ably commanded, id will eail pnnctnally on i hirir mauler days. Their accom I lodaticne for passengers,ya food, and evuryauenrion will be 1 eid to promote their comfort. The agent* er ( ptaine will I ot be reepooeible for any parcels or packages eeit by thcin, < eteaa billa of l&dmg an signed therefor. [ For freifht or peaeage, apply to WOODHULL k M1NTUKN, I i 07 Month ttrcet. New York, or ; I oflrc RE1D St MURRAY, Ulaigow 1 THE NEW CONSTITUTION?Thia mnfnil ' eent, new packet ship will aail from New York on > Mr*'' ' nitsni.and from Liverpool on the fth April. . The CO.NS 111 li'TION ia t>e 1 rgrst (being l,??0 tuns 'lister) and decidedly the mi st elegm! uf all the Liverpool nes. She is commanded by the distinguished Capt. John ' ritton, (laic of the packet ship ttoeneiter) and llis ship )iia ( ec'iinmodauone nnenualled for cibin, second cabin, and r enrage paasengcre. persons sending (or their frieuda will A nd this the Best onportunit' ever offered. Apply .on eard the ehip, foot ol Burling elin,or to _ 4| f? W k J. T. TAPffvOT'i', N Mouth eueot, N. Y " W YO N YORK, MONDAY MO AFFAIR8 IN ALBANY. LEGISLATE PROCEEDINGS. TKLKU KAP11IC. Albany, Feb. 6, 1647. en ate. The Assembly rcioltitiona to rote theuk* to General Taylor, wore reported with roma verbal amendment*. Mr. Cuai said that It had been suggested that General Wool, although not preaent at the battle*, ought not to be omitted. Hi* course and conduct had met with general approbation. Mr. Srai.cca agreed with the suggoition, and the resolution was recommitted for omendment The Houa. r.Hol lit inn. r*l,.liv. In IK. IrflninA^.llrtt. emigrant*, were .received, end sent to the Committee on Commerce. The Heuae resolution appointing committee to visit the Clinton County State Prison, woa concurred in, Uaviug been umer.ded by extending the enquiry into the conduct of the officers, nod the management of tbo fund*. Adjourned. Assembly, A bi'.l was reported, taxing Richmond county with the expenses Oiange ceuuty has been put to in try ing Polly Bodine. The House went into Committee on the School Bills, and rose and reported progress without taking any question, for the purpose of taking .up the hill concerning paueng?is and vessels coming to New York Without going through the bill, the committee rose, aud it was referred to the Judiciary Committee. Tho report of the minority of the commissioners to locate tho New York and Erie Railroad, was received. Alsahv, Fob. 0, 1647. The tuit of Croswell vs. French and Cassidy, for libel, was terminated in a verdict lor the plaintiff ot $ >00 damage*. _ Herald Koiclgn Correspondence. Londox, Jan. 4, 1947. Corn Market?Entsnts Cor Halt bttui<en the Unite* States and England?Manufacturer!?Cotton?M-nenlary Crisis in France?Louis Philippe aud the ' hanking Interest?The English Carrying Tirade?The Mexican fFar in England?President's Messngs?Protection?Situation of Ireland?Court -Anecdote -Death of the fFrit vj Right?Meeting of Parliament?Topics to he Di'.cussed. Since my last there has been a rapid and continued rise iu the corn market. The stock in baud of every specie* of grain is now much reduced, and the panlo, which bad for a time been allayed, ia now revived with redoubled alarm. Ships laden with breadstuff* come in too slew for the demand there are not in fact ship* enough to supply the present demand with sufficient rapidity. The demand for Indian corn alone is enough, and will continue so for at least six months to come, to drain you of all the stoek you have on hand throughout the whole extentotthe Union. No doubt you will have plenty of corn to spare, but it is apprehended that your supply of wheat will ioou ue, Kit 11 not alroady exhausted. What an impulse this will give to agricultural production throughout the United States ; and not a temporary impulse, for your farmers may rely en it that any surplus they can raise will be waDted next year as much as this year, and, in deed for many years, to come. The United States farmers may set themselves to work as raiaers and producer* of breadstulfs for England, aa a permanency. While this will be a grant advantage to agriculture in the United Statei, it will alse be a very great one to Eng land. This will appear a paradox, it is, howrver, strictly true It will man oe a greater benefit to England to depend upou the Uaited States for breadstuff's than to raise them horself. For while this will render the United States the granary of the world, it will render England the cariiers of the world. She has more shipping in the oarrying trad* than any other couutrv, and, therefore, in im[>orting American breadatuffs, will do so, not only for her own requirements, but also lor exportation to th other countries of Europe. Her shipping interest is clmost equal in impoi taace to her agricultural interest,arid hence the opening of her porta and repeal of corn laws, if on the one hand it may depress the agriculturists, will on the other elevate the shipping interest But this change in her legislation, which will give activity to the American farming inieieat and to her shipping,will by no means as it has hoen uppreheuded by th* protectionists, produce a corresponding depression in the e.nglish agricultural interest. For, be it remembered, that thia chunge only pertains to wheat and other breadstuff*, and the capital employed her* hitherto is raiting wheat at a great expense, can and will he umployed on the land, with pioltt,in raising other and different productions,while wheat can be raised for England muoh cheaper in th* United States than here This aeems to promise benelit to nil parties in both countries, oud hence America may lay herself out for a permanent export trade of bread stuffs to England, which may lie calculated upou with safety, apart and free from tempotary speculations, for an unknown saiiee of year* to come. These considerations of mutual interest are strong inducements to cultivate aud maintain th* bonds oi amicable union between th* two countries, and any attempt oy party politicians, on either side the * ater, to produce exaspoiatlon or Irritate the two people, i* much to be deprecated. An entente cordial* between th* United States and England, is the roost deniable thing for both ouuntriee, while, at the same time, the in terchenge of mind end loience between ibete two great nations, will, perhaps, be as valuable to both oi them as the profitable interchange of commercial intercourse.? Whet a happy event in thia view of the case was the peaceful sattlomeut ol the Oregen question ; surely even the mast zealous of the hi 40 men must rejoice that their vehement counsels at the time did not prevail, while doubtless, this affair, calmly considered,will beregerrfed iu the ix idst of more dxixltug brillaucio*, as the oieasuie which shines with the greatest light iu all th* policy and conduct of Mr Polk's administration. It is to be hoped that to* United Slates farmers have laid themselvos out lor as great a demand of their uext harvest as there has been end yet is lor the prodnc* ol ihe last, and that, shoul l ) ott not be ablo now to supply much more of the inures,tog demand here, yet, next year, you will be roady to double th* supply withou1 tn.-pi: g yourselves, it is, us 1 observed, a general fear here that you cannot go on supplying much morej to which tear is added the lernblo tact that all tho granaries of the Baltic and Morth of Europe ere now completely exhausted. Poland lonoeriy supplied abundantly the maiketa, hut tne ten ible condition of all the countries which lormerly boie that now extinguished name, and the iron despotism uoder which the people groan,throws Europe, tor th* hope of future supplies, almost entirely upon the United Slates. What a brilliant prospect for th* American plough ! \a rata said to the enquirer who wished to kuow the three greatest things ol agriculture, " Pasture?Paatuie ?Pasture !" so now it might be said to th* American humeri, " Hough ?Plough?Plough !" Now it th* time lor tho United states, if not for love, at least lor money, te turn their swords into plough-shares and their speaxsinto reaping hooks. 'Ihe advance in the cotton market, together with the high price of bread, is beginniug to exercise a bad effect upon (lie mauutacturing Districts. For some time pest the great manufacturers have been engaged in a vain struggle with the Liverpool cotton merchants?the lormer retuning to buy cotton and stoppmg their works as much as lhay poisibly could, moat ol them working slum time but they must i;ivh in and submit to tbe inevitable law ol lue market, as icgutated by the supply, 'ibis yssr the supply ol cotton i- nearly on* half less than what n usually has been ol iato y ears. The price oi all inanulectui i<; goods must lis* in proportioa, so that your diy goods merchants who havo got iheir supply fur ilia year may ixpect to make a good thing of it. Trie stock ?t goods in ine .nanrneiier murxui u comparatively until, ? compared with lurmcr yeara, owing to tne above mentioned UN* (in-lit diatreaa, it is apprehended, will bo experienced imong tha manufacturing ciaaica, owing to tliii itaia of hinge; for when aotton and bread weie both cheap, tney jnraly lived by the fruit* at thair labor; akt will they now do at tbe praieut nigh priea of both tbeae nncaatary nuclei I On* tiling, Uowaver niHat bo taken Into con lideiatlon; whan cotton and bieud wore cheap, thauiaiiu acluiara pnahed prod action to an excels, and mado toair [ooai cheap, *o that they ware obliged ta give low w aga?, i* tbay alwaya do when thay can iliow 10 tha woiloitii :hat the goodi letch to low h price aa hardly to pay for hair production; io that aa chmp cotton and cheap biead lid not, irein thia cauie, much ben?flt the working man, t la to L-e hoped that dear cotton and dear br< ad, Irom the >P|Oiite cau-aa, may not produce the diaaitroua td. ctjpon the manulaotuniig population which it la appichendid thay will do. Aa 1 gave warning of the event in my last, ao it lias tappenad, tha monetary criiia in Fiance ban coma ton toad; it ia thaio now much aa it waa with you in tha ivenllul yaar of 11*17, when the Aew York liet eM tenlerod inch signal torvicaa to tbe aolid mercantile intercut iy tbo buldDeaa, truth, and foiciight o. ite develupmanti. ' 1 he hank of France ia in a ticklish aituation, exactly at he groat mondcr bank ,of the United fetalis waa thou lituaied. I Tbia unhappy end unhealthy poaitlon in f ranco, hat ;lne fly, it nut ontiraly spi nng t.oin tua maedlmg and eon lecuoii of the government witn banking buiuKii. Lotlia "hilippe baa baen a meicantiia and bariking monaioh. ind baa depended aa mucu upon tna bank and atock exihanga 01 raila, for the eatabin-bmeut ot hit dynaaty, aa it baa upon hia aimy and lortilicationa. 'lb* conaequen ea are nuw appaient; the bank baa lent over to London, asking deaporate effort* to piop ilaelf up; and her agent io? juit felt with a tolerable large urnount of silver, but 11* doubtlui if tbia will be able to fill up tne vortex Such a criiia iu fiance ia mora dungoroua than in tmurtca or England; the French, in cuunnerciul mat ara, are a timid ?nd auapicivua people, and riot like tmaricana, in tho boldneaa ot tbeir tranaactiona, and anga of their reaourcea, and espedienta in a crieia hud ia the great articla of export now; it ii going out , egularly in largor amount* than tha public autementa dmtt ot confea*. 1 he Fnglish ahipping would ha iu clovar at Ibn tune, . [om tha great acarcity ol vaatela, which are not enough 1 RK I RNING, FEBRUARY 8, 1! < to bring in nil the supplies demanded, worn it not that most of them are obligad to go out iu ballot, 10 that though tUo Luglish currying trade U la u stale of uuuiual activity, it ii not making greater profit* tban at or, dinary times. It wa* usual in Kugland, at thi* time of tha yaar, to sea great distress among sailors iu London I and the sea ports, ami the streets were filled with sul- j ferers of class, but such is not the ease now, not a begging sailor is to l>e seen?they are all actirely and , well employed. .Notwithstanding the jealousy and outcry mad* against ! your opeiationa in Mexico, what a benefit it would be to I the woild?what an impetus it would give to commerce ?w hat an advantage it would be to Mexico, If the United States should keep possession vf the Mexican ports, and throw them open, as other Ameri'.an ports, to the j world. Mexico herself would soon see reason to thank I you ler the chnnga and re-uscitaUois such e conquest : would produce in her. When the ancient kingdom of ; Scotland was annexed to Kttglend by act of Parliament, i the whole nation ol Scots detested the act, and abhorred i the uuioiijbut now.tbn Scots of to-day acknowledge that a 1 whole nation, all their forefathers, were quite w rong in | their then uuiveiaal rontimeiit, and the astonishing pro1 parity ,cf Scottish poits, cominarce, manufactures; the ; increase in woalth, case .and population, which has Unwed from that unnsxatiou, convinces them that even a whole nation may be wrong; and an evil, as it appaars, may ha in reality n blissing. So, may not Mexico and all the party in the United States, who deem the piesent con ! quests an evil, ho in the wrong I and may it not turn out to ho the best tbing in the worlg that could bo dona (or Mexico ? Nolwitnuatidiug the jealous blustering o( the j lending journals hero, sueti i* in tact the tacit acknotv- , ledgmom and peisuasion t>f every euliithteucd person on > this - . I-.-1 i; i pcml. Those wlie louk with comprehensive vision beyond tlio present moment, and its party passion, will see in the aniuiuUon uud life which Aroeri- I can enterpii: o end oueigy die giving to the dee<l and torpid carcase id Mexico, u inturity tich ia incalculable results. at which Mux co hvnclf will tierealter bo astonished and "I t ! The I'lvsideut's .Mes-ose, as is mos'ly the case on sucli oocasions, has been received with.a surly savage growl by tho Bii'.ish lion, who hits shown his toelh and toin the rioouuienl to bitten with his paws, in his impotent fury. But it is only a momentary fit of pride aud spleen, and the animal really admires and inwardly rejoices at the lotty flight ot the nohle eagle. In sober truth, men see great advai.'uges likely to spring from the Americtiu conquest of Mexico, which country has. hitherto been of no advantage to itself or to the world Apart from the Mexican aigument, which the Knglish oannot understand, the financial policy, and politico economical views of Hie 1'ieeldent, have met with due ap preciation and applause front the British press atul the people. The oVat nn<l rogue who la known by the cognomen of ' Protection," has been caught picking pockets in Kiiglend; he h:ia been arrested, tried and condemned to disgrace, and it is to be hoped to perpetual transportation. Mr.Dallas hasgiven hirn a terrible blow in.Vmsrica, nntwiihstanding tt-e rascal had dressed himselt up like a gectieinan, uud had got iuto good society by his plausible pretences. It ia to be hoped be will nut show biro sl! long in the United .stales, though it is said he has succeeded in getting pitied and patiouiaod iu I'euiwylvs ma lie is known us a notorious swindler?lor many yeura past he robbed the Knglish people of the bread out of their mouths, and had the impudence to tell tbein that it would fatteu them. .By this mesne, while he robbed the people, a whole gang of confederates got rich at the people's expense. We hear en this side the water, that he and hit gang have get very talented lawyer, one Wobster, to plead their cause; and that this gentleman, really believing all tha lies hit cheat hat void him, is going about persuading the people, that it ia better for them to buy goods very dear of bis clianta, rather than gat them cheap elsewhere; aud that, ha says, it will be a very great benefit to tha working people, because his clients are so generous and liberal, that if the people will deal exclusively with them, they will be very generous, and give them better wages, and refund n little of the profits they unduly make. But it is all "g.ifecion," as Mr. Dalits'* letter plainly shows. No doubt the jury of the American people will give this able lawyer credit for his sincerity and eloquence; and uuliiasead by hii sophistries, will render tnair verdict .ig<iiu*t mm, and condemn the rogue ' Partial Proteotiou" to bo hung, drawn and quartered. Vtrbum tat Tlie dreadful aituation of Ireland, aa alio of the Highland* of Bootlan.1, and of Belgium, (which lattor country t* said to he suil'ariug from teniae ea badly, a* if not eveu worse, than Ire'aud,) ia a terrific demonstration that there i* something radically wrong iu the Europe an system ot society and civilization The sutlariug of Ireland ia not properly from lamina ; in all these cases, the u*e ofttie term ia a mivuoroer. Because there hua lieen, und eveu there i*. au abundance of food in Ireland, it ouiiliuuos to be exported, aa it does also from Belgium ; utmost every packet end steamer bringing daily load*ol tat cattle iiom the letter place. But tue people, the uiess ot them, have no means of procuring or pur chasing this abundant lvod, and thua they starve in tn? midat ot plenty. Ales ! what a terrible state of society, what hideous civilization, if it can be ciliod civilization, whore tne earth and its product*, and the mean* ot ax ciien. ing tiiegi, are gathered up and agglomeratod iu the hands and power of comparatively a lew people, while uio large uiass, whose la or produces all that is eatable aud valuable, have nothing, when they are willing to give their strength ami labor, which is all the capital and all the * ock they have, in exchange for a small pittance il the food their toil has leered, and their natuial propeity and capital (their labor,! is so depreciated In value ? >iay, is so woithleas and so despised .thet they cannot get avan half a daily meal in exchange for it. Is it not frightful to contemplate 1 And this is a Christian country, among people who call themselves Christiana, who thus, by y esis ot oppression and covetousness, have succeeded in gathering all up lor lhem?elves, tilt there is nothing left tor toe multitude. He* not the capital ol labor some rights, os well as the capital of gold and silver I Suppose a man with a thousand dollars in bis pocket could not purchase with his capital e pieoo ol bread, what an outcry would be raised at this depreciation M value \ Out when men, ay, when thousands end tens of thousands of men with ell their capital, via., ia bur, ounuot puictia*^ bread with this their capital?it ia , taken to be quite a natural thing, as it it was quite right, end very little notice is tskeu of it, except to say that " trade is very bad." But there is something quite wteug in this, something quite unnatural, soon- in-iden rotteuuoss in the State where such things are. It is ctr tela that ell the negro sieves in any pert of the woild where they may be, are 10 a better condition, and actu ally receive more tor their labor than the suffering ma* I scs of Europe do. With all their great boasting, the mo dernt seem to come far behind the aiicieuta; lor umong ihe snennt peoplo ol Home, Greece, Assyria, Babylon, Egypt, fc J-, kc , such a thing as pauperism (that is labor willing to labor and starving for want ol employ) was ' not known or hea d of; nor does it proceed from excess ot population with the moderns, for the population was proportionately greater with some of thoso ancient nation*. Also iu China, where the population infinitely exceeds European countries, pauperism does not exist 1 Thie is remarkable It is only in christian countries wbsie the christian looks on aud seal hit hiolher starve, and only christian English philosophers who, coutplaiu ing of tlio increase ot men in e not hall-filled world, huve proposed to prevent their production by preventing the poor lrom marrying! There ia something radically wrong here, iu Europe, in the chr.stian distribution oi property. The tine system of political economy, accord ing to which every individual iu society who ia willing to contribute hit portion of work end laber, shall hare full justice done to himself and family,!* certainly not yet k nown or discovered. Only think what n spectacle Ireland exhibits te the world Every thing in abundance except a seeoudary root, on which the maes of the population had been led like hogs; this root clone tails in one season, ami that betrays to the world tho rnal stiRe of civilisation and society in Ireland. And ft hat is that situation I An aristocracy like Dives, and the people like l.azaius, wiio would fain be fed with the crumbs which fall lrom the rich man's tabln. And what does Dives do ? He feed* hit horses and his hounds and | his dog* ?n I pheasants, but he culls upon England to : | teed the people? this poor afllictcd, suite-ring Lazarus, j Aud while h? tends food, cattle, kc., out of Ireland, he 1 aocf about cap in hand, begging contributi on tor this Lac n ut, and boasts of his marry and humanity tor so ; doing Again, what a strange, what an anomalous spec la- la I relsiid exhibits to the w orld. With one comer ol their nioiitli ihey cry out loudly end lustily lor set era- | uuu Hum r.ugianu, inn wmi in* oner r.oinci they cry nut BD'i demand the gilt and hntinty of early one hundred and flfty million* of dollar* irom the niine hngU d ; Wno nould wish to be Prime Miuiater ol Lngl.nd, with tbia teriible auignia ol Ireland to loseive I 1'eelhash d a happy ascapa, and Lord John Kuaaell (an every body elae) know* not what to do. Treaont relief and supply ia only like a square-inch planter on a square mile sore Neat yeai must be woise than the present, lor on mure than hall the lands they have let the regular seed time pas* by j and inatead ol cultivating the land, have beta ken tncmselves to work on public roads, in order to pocket the ready cash of government at the ** tifh c ol a future harvest. Thus, the very remedy, intended as a remedy, will act by producing a worse and mure el l tended disease, because now it is only the potato crop which baa tailed, but next year the wheat, tye and geiieialgr iin crops must lail, or rathor not be, Irons thu 1 extensive abandonment ot cultivation. Meantime, ilseth, j famine, destitution and despair, are spreedlng rapidly, and nil cl uses are gathering arms and instruments ol de- ' iructiuu.lrom fear of some terrible event which all seem to tiubk inevitable- .No one need be suriirised, if the year ln4? shall be marked with a horrid blood inaik in the annals ol nations. An internecine war, a Inghtful ge ; ncrsl massacre may tie looked lor, equal, if not exceed- I nig the uiae ful rising and massacre of 11143, which in- : mod Charles I, liom tne belief that he had enceuiaged it. ! As i. Is,esan already, society is unrooted, disorganised, | end almost dissolved in Ireland; w.ulo the gentry, the lenders, tho politcitna and public fUtteiars can iio no- | thing moru Utan look on at tha dreadful calamitv and ' talk and llnd fault, and recriminate each other, and propet-e vain aud empty schemes and plans, and fight together for the superiority of each several scheme and plan above the o'her. I. is apparently huste'niig on to as bad a pasa as iu the ewlul siege of Jerusalem when parlies each other to pieces, and famine and death was rsgiog over all. Apropos 01 Ireland, and at an alleviating change from the duielui to Urn gay. let me antertaiu yon with a little bjt ol gossip i elating to the couit amusement* ol Queen Vicious. The qtieeu, it is said, is very tond of a litt.e occasional lun and mcnimont, and among other resources, ha. beau very much amused of late by one ol her in*iv.*of honor, tady Melville, who possesses great talents ol imiiaiiou and mimicry. Thu lady, et u lormor period ot her life, ii sided iu Ireland, at the Vice Kegel Couit in Dublin, and Is wondei fully successful in billing oft'the anomalies, contradictions and eccentricities of tha genuine lush chnrarter. Hbe entertains the queen with going through til the laughable poiup and ceremony at an Irish reception at tha vice-royal palace ou a grand ?sla day. the tgkes eft" to the very life the ladies of 'he iiish oouil, mimicking theii uiuuueis, then Iowa, iheir embauaasment, their talk, accent, an* brogue; pet tray IERA 347. lug their very look*, their quarrel* for precedency, their tl name exclamation*, and their little jealousies of each e other * look* and drease*. She goe* through all the cer ft emuny of recep'ion before the queen, mimicking every y thing in grand aty le.e la Af<rftAe?o*,per*onatiiig ?t one time c Lady OTlaffurtr, or Lady O'Urerly, or Mr*. M*Jor tl McNaman, or the Hon. Mr*. Prracilla O'HolTarty, BDd d DowBgor Countui* Lady O'Teagle. Ua , ho. These ex- h hibitijin, joined with the genuine brogue and droll dia d logue of aeveral alternating voice*, with all the lady-like ? air* and tone* ol the head, all to the life, aether little a Majeaty in roar* of hearty laughter; *he laugh* till ah* ? orie* again, and put her hand* to her aide* to hold her- u aelf, aud act earn* out hunting,' OU'. my," "Oh dear me!" I e: "Wall, 1 never," he , ho, tor all the world a* heartily j tl and a* merrily a* any Jelly larmer'i wife In Orange couu- b ty. This, ol course, will bo hardly credited by many tl prude parvenuc* ol higli litoiu Uotham, but it i* a fact, at and alio doe* uot thiuk it vulgar to laugh and talk like t? uuy "human " It in said that nothing pleuaaa her better o! thane good take off and clover acting of liiah ideology c< i and eccentricity. > tt ! but I must courlude, omitting many interesting mattei* n. | A veiy remarkable obituary, howevor, of great Intereat tl I to all lawyer* uud *11 who are interested la legal history f? iu the United State*, I cannot omit. On Incumber 17th, ' a IH4d, died in the Court ol Quern'* Bench in Westmioia h ter Hull, London, the last ol hi* rare, now departed end I " gone lorevnr, "The Writ of Right" On that day the I ci last tiial oJ a wr it ol light war, henceforth this en- 1 ai cient mode of claiming land* in hugland ia abolished ? b It ear conducted in ancient feudal iornr, before Um g giand Assize* The case wea Salhy, de-uandant versus ; r Lowndo*. tenant. The verdict was?"The tuiiant hatli | b more right than the demandant." This event ia hiatoii- | ti cany interesting <o every legal aim !, peihn,,* it is great 0 ly to be lamented that the process of extermination ha* v been adopted by the English Legislature on legal mat- >1 tar*, instead of the process of improvement Thia action b ot a writ of right wa* in muijr i aspects better than the u action of ejectment; ita only fault wa* being too prolix, , ' too expensive, and too protracted. But thane fault* were ' v accident* of the action, and did not ueceaaarily belong to ? it; they might have been topped off, it might have been c made a* expeditioua and ready aa an action of ejection. l! and then a valuable mode of aaaertirig a right would ' * have been preserved in the couit* of law. 1 believe tint 1 in *omo of the State* of the Union, the uctiou of the writ * Iof right *till exiat*. In England it ia gone-dead? tor ever, on the day and date aforesaid. I 1 Parliament meet*, tuna /lit, for despatch of bu- ; 1 sines* on the lath. It will be one of the moat ' 0 i important that ever let a* regard* importaut event*, impertnnt time*, and important bnaineat. " Chief topic* of discussion-Ireland (that alone is enough " to drive auy ministry mad) question*; poor rates ill , J Ireland ? The land owner says *'No, we will not sup j1 Krt our poor, England must feed them anJ her own poor ! 1 aide* " Another question, coercion I Must arm* he j ' taken from the people and they be shut up in their house* v after dark I Taut'* horrible tyranny. Well then, shall ' they be left to butcher each other in a general rising and ' massacre ? That is horrible too; but the fits! would be coercion, and the latter would be voluntary work though horiihle work; and well done, because voluntarily ami cbeerlully done Other questioua, Cracow, Poland, (notv no more even in name) Russia, her dangereu* advenes*; ' Austria her stride*; Prussia her subserviency; Krance her ambition; (tfueun Vic is so angry with Louis Philippo *' that she positively refused to receive his usual Mew Veer's gin for the children this year. She is a positive, tirm little woaui that same little Vic) Hwitxarlend, it* * danger; Portugal it* civil wur; Belgium, it* starvutiou; j anarr.hy; Turkey,its tottering; India,its armies, ' new province* and wars; Tahiti, ita desolation: West j India,its discontent; Australia, ita had management; Cape ? of Oood Hope, its Caflre war Such are some of.lhe topic* which muat come before this Parliament. Then there i will be enquiries and questions without number, aud ; some calling upon government to take pity on Mexico | , and help her. What on agitated sea of troubles Europe . now presents, anil tbey uuil it peace. What a prospect . on the horizon; how dark, bow sombre, how gloomy ! ? men'* hearts failing thein lor l'aar of those things which , ?oam to bo coming eu the earth. High Life In Kngland?Nobility anil Gain- t tiling?Tlie Case of l*urd Maidstone. fa |Krom the Loudon Herald, Doc. 4 ] r In the Court of Exchequer, on Wednesday, this case t come on. Mr. llumlry listed that the plaintiff, his cli ut, j 1 was the widow and executrix of the lute William ('lock ; t ford, proprietor of tho club in 8t. James's street known | ti as Crockford'a Club ; and this action was brought against r the noble defendant to recover A'il, being ten guineas s for entrance fee, and ten guineas fur oue year's subscrip- > j lion to the club, aud a further sum of X'7a for various 1 * dinner*, wine*, end othtr refreshments, provided for | u Lord Maidstone and U|h>d hi* orJi-r The defendant had ; g paid in'o court the sum of jCJ7 17* 6d. in letnect of ' n the last part of the claim, and denied that ho had owed o any further turn ; and he alto pleaded a* a defence that j c 'he bouae kept by the late Mr Ciockfoid wa* "a com- n moD gaming house, in which the said William Crockford j 1. did procure divers idle ami evil-disposed persons to con- l ui g regale and come together, and play at diver* unliwlitl pi games ol chance." This wus the defence tho notilo de- | fe irudant had put upon the record, and he (Vlr. Hutnfry) w wa* sorry to find an Lngliih nobleman descending to so i si paltry and miserable *u answer to an action of this do | lis crip ion. A* the caia proceeded the jury would find | it that Lord Maidstone sji a constant visiter at the club ei during the year 1H10 the lait year in which it continuad j m under Mr. Crockford'a managunient. Ihv defandaut j ci ate, drank?did everything but puy ; he not only dined ; ip frequently at the club, but directed dinner* and wine* to it he sent to the homo of a lady living under hi* protection j le in Bolton street, Piccadilly. It wa* possible the stun tl paid into court was intended to meet this part of the . di plaintiff's claim, but H it wa* so intended it was insulH , ri nieat, for the many dinners and " claret cups" sent to the I s< house in queitlon exceeded the sum paid into court ! ? Alter many remark* reflecting strongly, on the in conduct of Lord Maidsioue, and the defence set hi up by turn In this action, the learned counsel | It concluded by observing that tho greatest anl ' r otilest of the land, the Duke* of Wellington, Argyll, ai Cleveland, Rutland, and Richmond, Prince Lieven, and j < ; utbers, who were mombers ot tho club, would probably I u he surprised to find tliemselves cleased by Lord Maid- is stona with "divers Idle and evil-disposed persona." It u was quito true there was play at Crackiord's, as at other | si c.lubs where noblemen and gentlemen congregated, but ' ci no house of the kind was ever mote respectably con tl ducted, end the jury woulj agree with hun that the de- ! hi fence wa* mean and paltry, und one ot which, ii the de- 1 at (end,nit was not ashamod, nil his idatives mast be Tho ui first witness sailed wa* William Mimmond*, who was Ij the hall porter at Cro k ford's Club lie proved that tho ol d> fondant was elected a member, and Irequeule.l the h club very constantly during the year H40 The defend- | to ant dined many times. Tim club pricas were Ids. lor ; C dinner, dessert, coffee, and liquours?Cross-examined : ; ii Phare was play in tho afternoon, and also at night after fc, supper, which was served st twelve o'clock Mad never ct heard Mr. Crockford or anyone elso ssy Loid Maid Pi stone hnd lost ?H0 (>00 at the club. Lord de llos, Lord it C lestetfteld, and Col. Ansou wore member* ol the club, la L'pon the conclusion ?*t the witness's cioss essuiiua'iou, tli ti e Lord Chief Baroti interposed, and (feted that he to had an appointment to meet the other Judges, and moat In adjourn the further hcming ot the case uutil the tollow- w tug dny, when the lolluwing witnesses wore called w I Lawrence, cellarman and butler at Crockford's club, tli proved tmu Lord Maidstone dined ot least forty times w there duiing the year 1H10, and IrequeDtly utter it b ceased to be managed by the late Mr. Crockford. The o lulls when putd were destroyed, but were kept as 1 vouchers when not discharged One fiabricl was super- *| intendent, and received the money In tho cotloe roetn 1 Vo charge was mado lor supper according to the I r club rules. There wr.? a different cellar for the wine* j i, man in :ii]|>|i?r. joiiii mini uepoacii lli-n |.e took r Juincia to No. I I, Boltcn street, Piccadilly, when em- I |j ployud oi porter ut Croekford's; two other porters did to ? likewise ; they ull receivad one shilling oech Irom l.oid | [, Muiditoiir, imd whrncvar hit lordship 'lid nut pay inein, , thut mm wai put down in his bill. The lady in Bolton v street to whom the dinners were lent provo the porter* n five abUling* each m* a Christmas box. (I.augbtor)?W ti h.iwrenro (also a potter) roi rohomted the U-.t w jtnens'i ?i evidence, end proved the defendant'* handwriting, in j, which leverHl urden for wine were Thu diiitieia m-iit M to Bol'onstiei t were taken in by a femnlc servuiit. J ni Oaborne, cclhnin"ii, pioved that ho had taken a dozen of |,< aherty on one occasion, and six dozen on iiuother, Irom King-street, w hci? thu late Mr. brockford hud a private i? pi ice ot business, a- a wine merchant, to No. 13. Bolton- r( atrtct, Piccadilly It win drlivern. there, -Irl.ernioii, m plantiti a attorney, and alro ii toiney to the lata .Mi < rock- 1(i lord, stated that the debt lor which the piexeut action )|| waa brought, or uny other daht due to the late Mr Clock 6r ford, hzd nut been purchased by witness t ro?? exeniin v\ ed : The only arrange merit tnadn between the plauitilt pe and wltneat waa, that he ihould receive hi* coiti and ten ,,, per ceut commission on nil debt* recovered. Mi Jetties, ^ who twith Mr Jones) addroxsed the Juty at some lunglh ? fo'r the didendant, end complained ot the uomarited a obloquy and inventive attempted to be caat upon lua cii 1 ent, because he thoi gbl pioper to defend the present action upon the ground* atuteil on the record lie contend- 1 : >' M that the <U fi ndnnt, ii.atu id ol lteliig in the least do gree sshdoud, wna entitled to ptaiae tor th> manhunts and the courage with which he Imd rotated a claim t, made on behall of the tiio manager of house inlo which, numtiera ot young, inexperienced, and honorable menwere inveigled lor the puriore ol etfecting their demur tion. Mr llnmiry.who had opened the caae on behalf of the plain'iff. waa instructed to atate that Lord Maidatone had walked oil w henever lie won, and [>ockotod his winnings, although, whenever ho loat, he gave cheque*, which were alway a dishonored - thei e was notthe alighted foundation lor auch a charge and Mr llumlry did r| not attempt to sustain it by the lead tittle of evinencn ., The reaaon w aa, becauae it waa untrue in every partic- ri ular, and could not ho nudamed. Lord Maidstone un- ,,| fortunately did play at thu rlub and loat lumi of money whish he (Mr. Jamea) would scarcely venture to name ~ Many of the memtiera of the club were undoubtedly ol the highest at ition and resjiectability, but there were j many otheis of very different character Whist a n *commenced there every aitemoon at two o'clock, an ' it an ? iiutoWoua fort thai Iht latr Afuryxtf of lltrt/ard (r> tean ? 100 000 at Crockjord'i. llaiurd and irhtil vrr* playtd lhart jtmnat without cessation ; and Ur/t mm Itr wire won and toil. How then could any ona doubt taut auch an establishment waa whd tha leeord described It rv to ba, "acom run gaming house T' By one olfthe rules, as good a cold supper a- could tia provided, waa to be on F the table it li o'clock every night durirg tha sitting of 1 patliainent The stands to ho ot the best description, | auil iqe fiuits the oliolcnst the season could srtuid let, Yr no charge wa* made ( ould any thing look mora like a decoy? a regular gaming house ?than whi<t in the elter a<] iioou-hazard at mght- ? good suppor, with the beat of I t winea, giatl* ? A a to iha claim lor the entience and sub eruption lera, lliey were nevei meant to ba paid by thum _ who played i these chares* wore meialy supposed to be ~ made tor the puinoae of defeating the vigilance ol tbe l-olh e, ami give the eit^blishmeutthe appeaianca of an oi - . I Binary club Any ot tho members who used it merely uu i u club and did Lot play wareexpoctod to pay those fees, but j LD. rrtoa WW Ommrn, II* defendant used it merely aae gaming bouse,end he we Wlfrf V0 'i*yJ"0lh.*r WBy ^?? ?? dinners ud wine I ?r which the deleudaut ?u rharged:-At the request o C lr Humpfry, the court peimitted one Lenghorne ft lerk to the late Mr. ? rockford, to prove the tsot that ie defendant himself heJ ordered (he wines which were elivertd ia Bolton itreet. Mr. James theu continued ii oddiess to the jury, on J contended that the ?37 17? d. paid into court exceeded the price of the dinners end tinea aent to Cohan sireet, or used by Lord Mslditeue t the club, ?Dd unpaid for. If tbet wee not so, why rere nnt the bills produced? for the witnen proved tbet 'hen they remainrd unpaid, they were kept m vouch re. The cod're room transactions were, by the rule* of ie eitebliehnierd, to he for reedy monev, end no memer woe allowed to be in ariear more then ?1#; bow, ten, in tb? ebience of direct evidence, could the Jury jppoae that tbe delendant had incurred the debt alleged t be due by him? Why waa not Gabriel, the archangel f this hell, daughter.) vbo received the money in the jfl'oe room, called? No doubt could exist aa to (he (ag| iat Crockford's waa a hell upon a large scale, where any a young utan, aa well aa lathers and hnabanda.nad ieir ruin effected The late Mr. (rockford realised a irtune by that establishment. What was his answer to uobleninn, who complained that his son waa ruined in is house? ''Iknvto it," said (.rockford, very coolly, fiu ii one a day?J live by it " If he had lived, this me would iu all probability never have been heard of,but i it had tieeu brought forward, he (Mr. James) sincerely oped tha Jury would maik it with their condemnation by iving their verdict for the defenJant. The lord chief B*' on. in summing up.said he expected evidence would have ten given to sustain the statement made aa to the exeaapion of those who played in the club, from the payment f KlltiMiM ilitiorta nr onimst.. ?. nt?* * ?,?... v. vutiiuL* me* iutro was 110 prooi vhatever of inch an undei standing. There wm do arieuce, either, tu show who lived at No 13 Bolton street; utthere was quite sufficient to show that the defendut felt au iuteiest in that establishment, and it was nfa ural to suppose that he had ordered the dinners end mien, of too value of which tha jury should (eras an pinion. As to tha special plea, which statad that the tub iu question was a common gaming house, it was his uty to toll them that, in point oi law, that plea wm net upported. It appeared that |>er*ons played at this elab. oth by day and by night, but play was not at all illegal t common law; and it being quite clear that no person, xccpt members, could go into it and play there, he bought it did not come under the description of a "com nou gaming house " The jury should form their own ipinion, as to whether the sum paid into court was ssafleient to cover tho plaintiffs demand, as it was proved, ,nd if not, their verdict ought to be tor such additional urn us they considered the plaintiff entitled to. The ury almost immediately returned t verdict fsr tha plainill' for the full sum demanded; bat, on the suggestion of he loomed judge, it was reduced, by deducting thagerom sundry items for luncheons, soda water and brandy, vith respect to which no evidence was given Affair a Irs France. [From the I'aris Journal das Debate J We need not obseive thst the session which is bout to commence on tha llthof January will excite onsiderable interest Foreign affairs will form a promiant figure in it. With respect to internal matters, wa to only tho question of rail roads'Likely to camand the attention ot the chambers We shall Brat ly 11 word on this subject. Kvery one now admits that ? endeavored to accomplish too much at a time. Tha uealion will then be asked, whose was that fault??a uastiun thst appears to us to be perfectly idle. Wo have o self-love engaged in it, and we are quits rssdy to in ur our share ot the blame, if fault there be. wa shall e in good acd numerous company, for who lathsrs, mongst the opposition, as wall as amongst tha ministeisl members, who has not demanded railroad) For ten years we proceeded too slowly, or rather wa id not move. Thanks to the niains jvios of political pariai. Ten years wsrs lost; and when at last, tha oppMiion psreeived that it was impossible longer to raiusa tha ouutry a means af civilization and strength, ol which lie least progressive governments began to avail thsmel\ cs, a general avidity succeeded to langour and inert, ion. Wo do not complain too much at that That avidiy was perhaps necessary in order that tha work should ie commenced, and it will be at present mora easy to egulate and to moderate tha movement than it was o give to it the first impulse. Kvery one, or at east evsry sensible and impartial man, admits, farther, bat it we wish to finish what has lieeu com neuced, we must oiler the companies less onaroua oaditions and more certain advantages. A year in, a nothing but enormous nrofita weie scan iu conunctiou witu railroad i|>eculatioDs These profits asuined incalculable propoitions iu certain imaginations, nd hence it was sought to anticipate and to cUp tha ulna which the com; suits were te realise. In fact, lany adjudications couid not take place, the companies ot having picseuted themselves. Kach paity mads its aicuUlioas, the profits vanished as if through enchantlent, und the conditions terrifiod the most hisrdy speouitor. The greater number of the railroad companies ie inoie or less iu a sutlering state. We do not wish, at resent, to enter lurther Ibto me question ; but it is asnisi that something must be lone, it may be said, that e ace defending tue interests ol tbo bankers and capitals ; but we u-gard not that. Ws belie ve ws are now bending the interests oi the public, who rsquirs reUisds, and railioads writ constructed, well maintained, id well served As to the bankers and capitalists, wa ever could discover what the public ot the government >uld gaiu by rejecting .or ruiiung thttn. This is the lertion ot internal older which demands an tirgsnt reition, and which will necessarily take its place in tho gislntivu delibeiations ot this year. We are aware u?t other questions had been placed on the order of the ?y dining the last session?such a- u postal reform, a .auction of tha stamp duties, and thosalt-Uis. We euilives, a year sinca, believed that some of those retorms ere ripe, and we trusted that the session cf ltM7 would st pats without an ben g made to realiae what ? been ao long demanded, and which was to aucceeeilly attempted 111 l.ngUnd?we refer to a i-oatal reitim. A bad harvest and ttni deplorable inundation* of tba iiiuDin c mpel na to abandon mat expectation Any apartment woa 1.1 be rash. We cannot tbink of ilimlntahK tbe public i avenue, at a mutuant when the treasury called ou to provide tor the dtiealert caused by tha in udationa and the deanies* of pri visions A financial Kuj v"" i* icnuired by luo meat ordinary prudence. A u*i* exist* leas prolound, w? believe, and less alarming un cvitmu peraot.a ara pluaaud to repiemmt fttUT, owever, wo mutt not incur the titli m increasing it by [tempting any ha/aidou* project. The hi-at refoiaia, In rder to succeed, trijuire to bw opportune Colci <|U#nt> no reform can be attempted llua y oar. The ^uoatton four foreign lelnlioiia re main a to l>e conaidered. Wo eve no nod to direct public opinion to their imper nee. All Kuicpe is atiii oaciteu by the deatruunan of meow, ani eveiy one 1a awatu diet the Spanish marage* nave caused n diitereuco between the Fiencb and ngliah cabinets, which, in la daya, will ba publicly dieli,?ed. J lie utmost aimultaneoua im-e!ing of tbe two irliamentmrill lie u aoleinn W?. do not dread I we rathar expect it with impatience. There are carin poisons who believe and wlm hope, perhaps, that ote debates will contribute .till more t.. tenders rup re between the two oeontrn a inevitable, but we be ive und treat tbe contrary. Wo are convinced that facts til Haiti n> being investigated, and that the difficulties ill diminish at the tribune, and that the real interesta of 0 two count.u-s, the celiac* and tna permanent rsaaons Inch tend to tiring ttieiu togi lhar, has in.* only to Comal a piiaau.g irritation ami Irivolntia dislike, must aaaily btain llio advantage. A great I SJK-I.inrut IS ubo'il t0 |,a made on this occa Ion, tiet.ire tha eyes nt all l.nrope Two Parliament* re about to tuid tbumaelvaa engaged. I : e tact baa steady been proved, that the greatest liberty of '.iacn?lon i* not incompiitibio with public order tin thla ocasion it ia between two governments and two nation* liat a dchste it about to commence, rball this discusion be compatible with the maintenance ol external puce I nliali it acrve to embitter, or to calm the pasion* 1 fi hall it demonatra'e in l it or ot absolute go eirimonts that diplomatic and international .jiieMions, 1 order to arrive at u fortunate conclusion, must t>e rated bet a ot u one cabinet an t ano'.hi-r in tba aliadc < f iflciul iclntioris, or, in favor ol tree nation* that the glit of a public discussion is the I est mo le of concitidig tlio iliftli uitiej w bicli have h come envenomed from yatvry ' Wo repeat that it 1* a solemn t< ial, o i which, irh.ip*, depends the liberty ol K no; e We ate himlv iiili ieiit tin.t the result of the irul will be in uvor of licrlj. A giest session is ptepsring-the greatest, arirdirg to n.i appearance, which we have nsd during teen year*, l-oieign politics will predominate otai 1 othir questions An immense task is imposed on this ustrious man who directs our hurigti vallate at. We is sit lor it h> fotebai! he w ill tie touud equal to It. 'lib M. tain rot for her Minister, France hat not to ar say competitor at the tribune, or any rivalry ot rev u or ol eloquent. JUTICK-li th? ntiinol t'jp crtate cf thy Imp J?h? A * Lrrew, drcn srd? Nutili it hereby given. that the nodertigned here heen drtappoiuted by liie Judge ot probate .if (lie t-.niity of Michi uokiut! >n ih* .u? ui /ncKigx i, adnn istratorsof th tele of John A. Drew, lute ol M.-ekinae,'y af Mich I mack mac, deeensetl, and h-iva ukrn nova iheins?lvas Cha ??l. by giving bond* according to law. Matkinar, Michigaa, Novemper II, ll? WILLIAM j'. dm1cw. MK.NKY JON KM, SAM L- K. J1AKINU, dl I w * ra Admianrsuiri of the salvia of Juha A. Draw T1M< ILAT'H Si LPHUK. BA CHS, No 517 I'kaio. firRKKT, >kar Broadway. ['HKfK BATHB hara been established lor Uia lait tweaty in yr and ere Ilia .nil r Sulphur Baths m (ha eny. hey si" high! / r.commended by the moat eminent phystsus for the are af rhrnmaiitia, satt rhenm, chronic com laints. eruptions of the ikid, tut. Oiveo 'rom U \ '.1 to I' ' : ra v/jgs, wigs. JAOHKLOK S New invented \V':gsf?nd Xrslja.ers derideilly ihejireiteii nnpr.vetr.siil set intfodneen in arts to Wig Making. They art so perfectly comfortable rtt a ' a uia wearer uncoiijeioas tlx! he has s Wig on. and the en*" n-'d nsinra! iu appearance Jut they cannot be detsetMadeeslyhy V\ to Hsehelor.No ? 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