Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 13, 1847, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 13, 1847 Page 2
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NEW YORK HERALD.! r >?w York. Halnnla}-, Krbruarjr I3.IWST. ? ? . - ( The Weekly Herald. The IFeek/y Herald will be ready this morning, at 8 o'clock, and will be the most valuable and interesting of any that we have ever issued. It will contain fall accounts ot' the condition of the unfortunate Irish and other European people ?the Queen's speech in l'dtliament, and the debates thereon?copious extracts from the French journals, depicting the condition of the money and grain markets?accounts of the manufacturing business ol Enuland?in tact a full svnon is of the nows received by the steamer Sarah Sands and packet ship Admiral. It will also oontain the latest news from the Army and Navy?Congressional and Legislative pro* oeedings?Washington correspondence?and a variety of commercial,"miscellaneous, financial, and political intelligence Irom all parts of the United States and me world. It will be illustrated with a graphic engraving of two philosophers preparing to enlist for the , Halls of the Montezuma*. This illustration is t vory local and life like. t Single copies sixpence each. They can be had j in wrappers at the coanter. > Alalls for Km op*. ' The packet ship Virginian, for Liverpool, will ' sail to day at noon. Her mail bags will close at half past eleven o'clock this morning. Those desirous of sending the latest American news to Europe, can obtain copies of the Weekly Herald, iu wrappers, at the office at nine o'clock. Important War News Expected* It will be recollected by our readers and by the public, that the first intimation they'had of the contcmp'ated attack by our military and nava| forces on the oi'y of Vera Cruz and the Castle of St. Juan ae uuoa, was in an article puonsnea | in'his journal sometime since. We received our ' information from a source that entitled it, in our 1 opinion, to implicit confidence, and we published it accordingly. It is pretty well known now that it was correct, and that our government are en- I gaged in making arrangements for one of the most brilliant demonstrations that the United States 1 ever look part in. ' Indeed, there are indications all over the coun- ' try that are of themselves sufficient to lead to this 1 conclusion, for we read of immense quantities of bomb shells being manufactured in our foundries , ?that the larg'-gun the Columbiad, recently cast j at Boston, and which is capable of throwing a , , bail of immense weight a distance of four miles, | , as weii as Commodore Stockton's two gigantic i , guns?the Oregon and the Peacemaker?being sent there?the great activity at Braaos San Jago ? t ie musteiing into service and sailing of the M vssaohusetts regiment, as well as the departure of Oeneral Scott?all these things indicate that a n-ov-ment is on foot that will, probably, end in ; a t 'emendous, end, perchance, a decisive blow. ! That ull these mighty preparations refer to Ve- . ra ^ruz and San Juan de Uloa, there cannot be a possibility of a doubt. If, however, there were any, the delay of the Secretary of War to produce the correspondence between the War Dopartment and Generals Taylor, Jesup, &c , is calculated to remove it. This correspondence cannot, as we are informed, be at present made pubic, without { causing great damage to the interests of the conn- , try, but that in ten days more it can be piouuecd ; without causing any evil consequence It is, of , course, then natural to suppose that all these preparations have reached a focus, and that every j thing is ready to strike atremendoiu blow. In about one month Irom this time we may ex- | pect to hear news of the utmost importance ; and j if, at the and of that time, the city of Vera Cruz, j and the fortress of San Juan de Ulloa, are not in j the possession of our arms,we shall be much mistaken. Costs at Law.?There is a great evil in some of ( our Courts loudly complained of, and we think, i justly so. We allude to the enormous amount of costs often expended to recover a trifling sum. | Instance the cases against the Corporation, brought by the lamplighters, where the amotuu claimed was a few dollars: and the costs, which. ! in a justice's court,would have amounted to about $20 or #30, in the Superior Court, amounted to : about $10,000 to $12,000, and this was, because by our wise law, no Corporation could be sued ' in a justice's court. Onr new constitution has remedied this evil, by allowing justices' courts now to maintain suits against Corporations. This heavy taxation of rests in suits lor small sums, is nowhere a greater evil than in our Admiralty Courts. And this offers inducement to irresponsible persons to prosecute claims there | against responsible ones, for the mere purpose of driving them into a compromise, rather than go I to the expense of defending a suit, to gain which j will cost more than to settle in the first instance. ' This is particularly the case in suits brought to recover seamen's wages, where, ia addition to { other means to harrass the ship owner, the ... in,_i ,u?,;. n? (lone when she is on the eve of sailing ; nnd the merchant must pay up, or have his ship, her cargo, passengers, kc., all detained lor some paltry claim. Tliis is wrong. All these inferior claims should l>e prosecuted in inferior courts; and where the owner resides in the place the suit is commenced, his individual responsibility is sufficient to secure a small demand for wages; and where the owners are non-residents, by the law of the State an at- , tachment may be issued out of the inferior courts, : and so much only of the vessel, her tackle and apparel, as may cover the demand, may be taken on the attachment. We see by the papers that Congress has the subject before them; and a bill remedying the evil, has passed the House, and is ' now in the Senate. We hope it may become a law. Those mostly interested in it are the shipping merchants nnd sailors; those interested to oppose it, are proctors in admiralty, clerks and t other officers of admiralty courts, and the land- | iora? 01 sauor DOaruitiK-nouses, wno prcui largely | by the present state of things, al the cost ol the . sailor and thip owner. Th* Capmji.atio.t er Monte hit. ?We insert in i this day's paper a statement of all the facts and [ circumstances connected with the capitulation of Mon'erey, from the pen of Col Jefferson Lfevit, 1 one of the commissioners appointed by General Taylor to conduct the conference on the part of the American General; which statement is confirmed by Major General Henderson, of the Texan volunteers, and Brigadier General Worth. A perusal of this document will convince the most prejudiced mind that the terms of the j capitulation, tinder ihe circumstances of the j case, were the most advantageous for American interests that could be made at the time ; j and will relieve Gen Taylor front the censures i t haf ha vp l?HPn th r^vsr., ?... i.:- 1?. _ - I uu iim nununci in tnai affair, by a portion ot our people and ot" ->ress. General Worth says emphatically,that ho not o ily counselled and advised, but cordially spproved the decision taken by General Taylor, as did every member of the commission; and Hands * ready at all times, and proper places, to del. ?.d and sustain the action of General Taylor, and participation of the commissoners. We trust wc may hear no more censures of t (. moral Taylor. It is very easy for people, thou sands of miles distant, to find fault, and say that an unconditio ui surrender should iiave been insisted on; but if those same people had been in General Taylor's position, they would have acted y rdy the same, as he did?piovided, they si ' v h? well how to aot as he does Inojatitttdk or Pavfkks.?1c ii well known :hat every nook and corner of the Alms House, it Belfevue, is appropriated to the use of he pnupors, who have been thrown in such numbers upon us for support during the pre* lent winter. Not only are the rooms of the Alms House proper, nil occupiwd, but out buduings have been fifed up, and temporary ones erected, in otder that none might go away unfed, unelothed, or unwarmed. One would suppose that this concern for thejr comfort, shown by our authorities, towards those suffering creatures, would awaken feelings of gratitude in them ; but to the shame of a few of them, at any rate, be it said, the ease is quite different, and the utrnoat vigilance is necessary on the part of the officers to enable thorn to prevent some of the inmates from stealing articles of wearing apparel, and other things, easily movable. A day or two since, a stout German, who had been for some time fattening at tho public expense, was about to leave the Alms House, and had already com -J !.. ? a.rnla u/haa tKa tnurnrr) f\i ilia AS. QienCDU III# ..VM W. ...www tablishment overhauled him, and through an in- i terpreter demanded what he had done with the clothes and other articles which were charged o him upon the books, ard which were in- | ended for his use only while he remained an nmate at Bellevue. " Me noting?me noting vas all the reply that could be obtained jy the steward, who, therefore, ordered him baek nto the house, where he was ordered to strip nmself. This he refused to do, and it was found necessary to resort to force to divest him ol his outer garments. This was, however, accomplished at length, when the grateful recipient of | public favors was lound to be encased in a suit i of clothes belonging to the establishment; this was taken off, but another similar suit appeared; this being removed only uncovered a third; and so,when the skinning operation was concluded, it was found that the fellow had assumed Ave shirts and three pairs of pantaloons; and a companion who was about to leave at the same time had se- i J sured an equal number of unmentionables. The ; females are also addicted to the same peculiari- ! ties, and it requires no small amount of labor on the part of the matron and her assistants to keep ! good their charge. The best remedy for this evil I , would be to punish severely every violation against law and property. We have not learned I that any of the paupers caught thieving as above, have been prosecuted. Let the law be executed, and it will be respected. LiKtn-knant W. H. Bbxwstkr.?We give plaoe to the following communication, in the hope that t will be the means of drawing firth some infornation respecting Lieutenant Wm. H. Brewster, 1 who commanded tbn artillery in the conflict between Generals Sentmanat and Barbarina, in j Chianas. in the vear 1SW?whether he is livinsr or noi? and if net, when anil where he died. Wut killiislv, Ct., Feb.9,1847. ! 1 Editoii Nr.w Yosx IWmaid:i noticed In yesterday's Herald an article respecting President Carrera's intended attack upon Chiapas; and in ; the same article mention wat made ot Gen. Sentmanat's conflict with Barharina in Chiapas ir 1840, and that an A aencan named fiiewster ooui manned the artillery, be. The laid Brewster waa my ton, named Wm. II. firewater, botn in Hampton. Ct., in 1814. He war i...dirg in Florida, at the period of the commencement of the Florida war in 1885?was mn tiered among the Tallahassee volunteers?wna made adjutant of the regi>..ent under Col R. C. Pariah. The Company be atr.rtad with wax commanded by Ommcl H. Troop, Captain, and VVm H. Brewater, lat Lieutenant, as ap'Htaia by the regimental recorda now before me.? lie sened in auid capacity a year and a half, or more, and returned bunt in the spring of 1837, at near as 1 recoll* t. and subsequently obtained an appointment in | the Marine Corpi at Washington, under Col. Handerion, : where he served until sometime in 1830, and went to | Galvea'on, and wua on board the San Antonio, an armed > Texan vessel, at or near that place, a short time, when som? friend introiuced him to Gen Sentmanat, and he ordered the federal aimy as Lieut. Col of Artillery. He served the remainder of the campaign in Tabasco and i Chiapas, until hostilities censed He was seen at Lugu iih, ur rivuiui i, 17 -i inr. v uittuuue, ui onjumg, 111 una , State, in October. 1841. tod I received a letter from him j dated Jai uiry, ls4i. Since that time I have received ne information lrom bim, although I have writ en repeated- | ly through the same channels 1 did before, and sent on* . letter by Messrs Howland &. Aspinwall'a vessel, trading , at Laguna At the date of his last letter he was at Lagans de Ter- 1 minus, in the above mentioned capacity; at the artillery quarters at that place. He wrote me that he had com- j mandrd in five battles, and lost only one. He roeeived 1 his appointment in Tabasco through the influence of < Major McCall, rid to General Gaines, whom be knew in ; Florida I address you at this time to enquire how vou obtained the information respecting Brewster, noticed in the Herald February 8_h, (yesterday,) and also hoping that through your extensive correspondence ) ou may obtain some knowAdge of his fate. We expect he is dead, as a period of ive years has elapsed since his last letter was written. / Any information you may be able to obtain respeating our son. will be most gratefully received I have feared he was lost with the San Antonio in the spring of 1043, in the Gulf of Mexico, a* he thought of returning home about that time. My correspondence with him was all d rected to the care of Mr. George B Shiells, English Consul at Laguna. 1 have written directly to him, but can get no answer to a-ty of my letters. With respect, I am yours, lie., WM. A. BREWSTER.. N'gws from Bermuda.?We have reoeivtd by | the brig New Orleans, Captain Bramh&ll, twelve days from Bermuda, files of the Royal Gazette, Herald, and Bermudian, to the 30ih ult. They I contain nothing of an important character. ft ia said that government have determined to send ' out 100V more convicts to St. George's Station, and that they will shortly arrive in two large vessels, which ere to take the place of the three hulks at present at Irs- j land, and they will be sent?one to build the Admiral's house, at Clarenc* Hill; another to Hamilton harbor, to be stationed at the Lane, to carry on the work of building barraeks at Prospect Hill; and the other to St. George's. The Royal Oaxtttr says, that Hla 'Excellency the Governor be* signified hit in teat ion to become vice patron of the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club. , A bill to aaaimilate the currency ef Antigua to that of the mother country, paiied the Heuae of Assembly of that island. St Lucia, which has hitherto been governed by the officer commanding the troops for the time being, is to ! have a lieutenant governor, appointed for the usual term : of six years, the legislature having agreed to provide a salary of ?1300. This change will lessen the salary of I the governor-general at Barbadoes by A'600. Tobaoo ? 11 is Excellency Governor General Raid visited Tobago on the 26th December, and convoked the legislature next day. The Grenada Free Press of the 6th instant say* : "A glance at the Tobago pupers enables us to say that the visit of Colonel Reid has had the desired effect, peace and good will haviug been restored to our fellow colonists, on which we beg, in all sincerity , to offer them our warmest congratulations A committee of the legislature of tit. Vincent have i recommended that the custom-house establishment i should be dispensed with ! True Sympathy.?We understand that a num- 1 ber of our wealthy Irish citizens have formed j themselves into a species of relief committee, ' for the purpose of subscribing and collecting a 1 largo sum of money lor the relief of their fellow countrymen in Ireland. We are informed that already fourteen benevolent gentlemen have contributed the sum of five hundred dollars caoh? making seven thousand dollars?and that from the manner in which they have arranged and nre conducting the matter, there is no doubt that they will collect some twenty or thirty thousand dol- ; lars before the end of next week. This is the right kind of sympathy. SrxAMSinp hibitk.m, which left Boston on the i-t instant, had arrived at Halifax, and departed for Livirpool, previous to the 3d inst. The Cambria is the next steamer due at Boston. She is no* in her ninth d y at sea. Look out for the speculators in a day or two. Low IsL\tu> Mail.? Wo received Boston papers, last evening, by the tegular train over the Long Island lOUtr, as early as half past eight Lath raora Cuba?Wo have received dates of the Anrnru of Ma tan/as from the lfith to the 2^ih nit. i'hsie b'bs no Dewi from the coast of Mexico ivli'h had not been nuti. iiMtud Meverul vessels imd t it-Mi ' J lor and arrived Irani t'ne Mexican porta, notwith- ' kUi.i'i- j the blockade. The lejolcin^t. at the loyal mar ring. iieo not hern terminated. The hall Riven by the olli - i ol (ho loyal army aud navy, wee h l>rilli?nt all.tir, attended by the official* and nohlet ot Uie itUud, the lorrign counule, o/li er? of a French ?<|U?uruii, and 1 ir.un> r.itRli.h aul A met n an vm'era. tlreat indulgence j mid niiDieruu* pardon* had beer, lasued by the Ruvernm, nt at Maund, and jen-iooa bo?towe.l on peiioui who he.l i.uileied l>y ihv recent civil ware, at which the |<eo pie nf the iiiand teemed much pleeaed There waa J greet activity in the mining operation!.?i'Kilad. U. S. | Uotrltf. t*ereonal Movements. t.r. George R Oliddon commence! a courae of lac turea on fc>gypt at Maeonlc Hail, Baltimore, on Ttteedny | tening nojt a TSS HaTT IP.01T BTBiOK | ?~ in///irivin m, /j11 rrmm . r W. 0. Tompson, Bi Thla beautiful steamer ia attracting general attention ; no ber successful trial paaaage ii the remark of every one. all She ia bnilt of iron, and ia finished in every respect in fei the moat thorough manner. She ia of 1300 tona burthen, ha and coat $100,000. Her saloons are fitted up in the dii moat elegant style. Main saloon vies in the richness hn of its furniture and decorations with the moat sumptuous as drawing room. It ia filled with couches, covered with hi the riohest crimson velvet. The panelling, ornamental so carved work and figures are extremely elegant, and with is the mirrors and paintings, give a moat brilliant effect, or Bhe is clencher built and doublo rivetted, has a clipper Hi bow, and a handsome billet head. The length of this tv Tliebtrlcals. Peas Theatre ?The Kesns appeared last evening in go the tragedy of the " Gamester,*' than which we hardly <jj think there is a piece extant better adapted to show cfl be their extreordinary talents. When we see these great j|j artists in this tragedy, we cannot but persuade ourselves a that they feel as they act?that, ;n a word, the parts Of ca Beverly and Mrs. Beverly are so well adapted to enlist the sympathies and the feelings, that ihey really feel, for L the time being, as if they indeed were the originals.? " rbis is the impression that the beholder lorms, ind it is this interest which places Mr. and Mrs. Kean in the proud position they occupy.? m Tbey identify themselves with the character.? co The feelings that we suppose animate the originals, B< ire felt and depicted by them in a manner terribly truth- de 'ul, and we cannot but think that the original is before pr is This remark applies to both, although in the cha- in actar of Beverly it is not perceptible to the same ex- to tent aa it ia in Mrs Kean In him we aee the highest ar- TI List cal finish-, but we cannot divest ourselves of the im- re preaaion that it is. notwithstanding. the actor wo behold, although it cannot be denied that his ac'ing is natural and undirected We do not think that there ts any piece t0 in the whole range of the drama so well calculated to develope the extraordinary talent of both as tho '1 Game- di ster," except it be the " Wife's Secret;" and in that they ]j are beyond criticism-they are in tru h perfect. The <], ' Jealous Wile," and " 40 and 60." this evening. ai Bowerv Thkathk.?" Cinderella" has created a pet* feet furor iu this quarter, as the interest would seem to a' increase nightly, from the vust crowds who flock to ^ witness the nerformnnca. .Visa Mary Tavlor last eve- ,li ning delighted the house with her enchanting (inning, tr and in the eevoral choruses, her rich and powerful voice si hod a thrilling effect, soating, sa it did, above the com- T bined efforts of all who joined in them. Her cadences tc were sung with great precision and sweetness? w and her delicious warbling* completely enraptured the fet-lings of her hearers, who ropeatedly evinced their enthusiasm by the most vociferous applause. The other (. member* of this company performed with much ability, / and have grown more perfect in their parts. " Cinde- . rclla" h-iN by no means diminished in attraction siuoe its first represetita'ion here, and will have a decided run It will be repeated this evening, with all its gorgeous te decorations of soenery, costume, music, and mechanical effect. j11 New Vore Oraaa Hons*.?The entertainments, this evening, will commence with the comedy of " A Day After the Wedding " The part of the Colonel by Mr. H. tl: P. Orattan, and that of Lady Elizabeth Kreelove, by Mrs. di Watts, who is an excellent actress. Tho affecting play JJj f " The Stranger" will follow, Mrs. Ada Stetson taking h the port of Mrs Haller, a character which she will well s( sustain- she is a very promising uctress, aud by care and study will attain an exalted rank in the profession. Mr. Freaerieks play the Stranger, and the other characters by very good stock company. Tho manager is every maans to establish this theatre?ho has added to the T list of performers the nome of a distinguished comediau, f Mr. Jonn Donn, who will personate IVtor in the play of T "Mr. and Mrs. White." A proper selection of light, tc amusing pieces will tall well for the Oreeuwich Thuatre. 8 tfl Boweit AurHiTHEATRx.?The benefit ot Mr Dale lnat w evening, wu well attended, and the performances went ai off with icUt. The "Indian Hunter,"by Moseley. was ^ admirably performed, and Mr. Cartoll and Master Jesse to Sands were loudly applauded in the great fcorse act. May rc Fly, as usual, was greeted with loud and enthusiastic ap * plauso. Th-re will be two performances this day?in Cl the afternoon and everting?and as this will be the last th performance of the "Poney Roces," crowds will flock w forward to witness a representation which will gratify (0 the lovers of the turf. Dale, Moaeley. Cor.over, Carroll, a and Masters Jesse and Hernandex, will all appear, and j? May Kly and Cinderella will ulso delight the spectators th with their extraordinary feats. R, Miss Mory Ann Lee is dancing at Louisville, Ky. ; " and Miss Emma Ince at Portland, Me. ? Miss Logan is playing Ion to good bouses at CincinMti" tUo The theatres in Boston are doing a flourishing husi- as ness. The proceeds ot the Boston theatre on Thursday u| night were devoted to the fund in aid of the volunteers m from Massachusetts. ol tl t Musical. Italian OraaA ?Coppola's opera of "Nina Tazia per tl Amore," which has had an excellent run, was, last even- ft ing, performed to a full houee. 8:gnora Pico sang, as she always does, sweetly. "Nina" Is now to be laid asids for " Linda of Chamounix," which will he produced on Mon- r< day evening. If it draws ns well as " Lucia" and "Nina hi have drawn, tha managers cannot regret producing it it. The individuals comprising the company nave thus hi far, bean greeted with the moat flittering receptions, la and the opera haa been sustained in a manner equal to h< the hepea of the moat sanguine of ita friends. It AtHiMiii?Thia ia the laat night of Chri.nty'a Kthio - 10 plan Band at the above ealooa. We understand that p] they are to perform either at the Society Library, or aome other public eatablisbment not so lar tip Broadway. Their houses are densely crowded every night, and thav B require a large place lor exhibition. Tney are odd, tunny, queer geniuses, and their knowledge of sweat sounds is pertect They aio sure to succeed wherever o| they go. w Leopold nt Meter had a crowded house at his concert kt in New Orleans on the 3d iuat. Mrs. Seguin. Mr. Seguin, and Mr Frazer are giving J concerts at Philadelphia. w Police Intelligence. in Feb. 13.?Robbing the Telegraph Office.?Officers ui SheruUn and McDonald, of the 4th ward, arrested yesterday two black iellows called George Ki castor end fr Wo. II Lesser, on a charge of stealing from the Mag oi netic Telegraph office, Jersey City, the sum of *40, in m silver coin, with wnich they made their escape to this c< city. Upon their arrest, Lesser acknowledged stealing cl the money, a portion of which was recovered ot Mr tu Totten, corner oi Leonard afreet and Broadway, where tv it had he.-n sold by L-sser. Both committed fer trial by ti Justice Drinker, oi Lai'Kii on me snm*.?a nov ny me name 01 Aitrau it Rickelt wa* caught in the dwelling house of Mr. Henry th Bookman, 17 Washington place, under the following < circumataucea t?It appear* that the aeivant wai setting h< the tahle for dinner between two and threu o'clock. 11 when thi* young rascal sneaked into the dining room t>y o the way of tbo haeamcut, nnd In the temporury absence tr of the servant, (tole a lot of the stiver tpooni, valued at oi $16 hut before he could eacape the aervant returned tl and milling the spoons from the tahle, gave an alarm g which resulted in detecting the your.g rogue, accreted p under the sofa. OfMcer Vanftltof the Hth ward con- q veyeil him before Juatice Hoome, who committed him u (l>t IIIU li Ditordtrly Hou$r ?Captain Fairchild, of the 8th C' ward, and a poxse ot otttcera, arreated lait night Ann it Bolin, alias Medler Jau-> tdark, Angeiino Styles, alia* I Btinlell; Maiy June McDonald, aliit Miller, and Kllia p Bernard, whom they iound in a hnuae a.r durepute, 1 - tl rated at No 4fl Oiaud etieet, the inmates having become Hi a perfect nuisance to the neighbors iu the vicinity. Ta- ? hen beloie Juttice lloome. and committed o Hold Thitvti ? 1 wo fcllowt, about dusk lntt evening, u: entered the fr >nt door of the House occupied by Mr p Wiae, No. 437 Broadway, wi:h tlie aid ot a false key, atealing lrom a seoond storv room, a dark hro>vn over- it coat, at-aily new, aito a poirol gold nppcinclei, belong- f< ing to a lady The rascal* weto r.een to leave the pre * mite*, but not tuapar.ting anything waa wrong, they c were allowed to depart. Afont/.iiieAier.?Officers Doyle and ruriton of the 4lh n ward, assisted by Captain Hsrngan ef the A'h ward, arreated last uight about 11 o'clock n man bj the name of Cornehtu M?honey, In he r?;-r of 41 Anthony street, on 3 a warrant naimd i<y Dr. Walter*, the coroner, wherein H he ataud* charged with causing the death < f a man by tl tba name ot Kueard Donovan. It appear* that .Vlnhoney n had bsen engaged in a light with Donovan on Ttteaday Si laat, at No. H4JJ< Water street, ami Mahoney having got H the advantagu < t the deceuaed, stamped or kick* 1 bnn in h the ebdomen, from the injuria* of which he died yeater- ft day. The coroner immediately issued hi* warrant for the F appreheoaion of the acouaod, which we* punctually a executed leaf night by the above officers ! m>HIF SAF.AH BAWDS, ^ 1 ^ AVER? q., Commander. big vonel i* ai follow* Keel, 1*9 fggt; length over 1 about 31* feat i beam Si (sat; depth oi main deck, 19 ?? a innha. - halrht of mar deck. 7 feet 0 inehea. Sha four masts. Hsr anginal bar* cylinders 60 inches in imeter, with thraafaat itroka, they we raited at two indred horse power, and capable of working condarably higher. Her bunkers will contain about three indred tona of coal, leaving room to atow one thouad tona of cargo. Her aerew, which haa four arma, fourteen feet In diameter. When In good working der, ahe will probably make the eaatern paeaage in teen to aeventeen days, and the weatern in eighteen to renty. City Intelligence. Tur. Rei.icr to laalanc.?We would adviae all thoae leietiea.wbo commemorate the 17th of March, by public nners, to celabrata that evening, by giving what would i expended in luxuries, and rich viands, toward* feedg the starving people of Ireland. Abstinence for one ght, will rather do aeivice than injury; and who, with heart to feel for oppressed, periahing human beings, >n partake of supeifluities on that night, when the i.ouut can be so profitably and charitably bestowed to f.imishiug people of Ireland 7 We throw out these uta, tbua early, in order that ai rang omenta should be udo to this effect. Thk Excitkmknt in Fulton 8tkbbt.?The exciteant that prevailed in Fulton street on Thursday last, in inscquence of the non-redemption of the Plainfield ink uotes at the agenay where they were usually roomed, was not so great yesterday as it was the day evioua. During the day knots of individuals were seen and aiound the agency ottice, but there did not appear be any disposition to commit a breach of the peace. 3e billholdera seem desirous to await the report of the ccivors appointed by the Legislature of the State of bw Jersey, which will doubtless be made in a day or to, until when we recommend all interested to hold on , and not sacttnoo what mm way nava. Thu WniTHtK-We had in the early part of yesterly, sonic slight indications of a stow-atorm. The snow glitly fell, and cleared off again in the course of the iy, when it began to freeze. The day was One, and the r was cold and bracing The Streets? Russ Pavement?The spring trade is >out to commence, and the stato of the public streets id (thoroughfares still retains its wonted appearance, roadway, iu many places, is in a most dilapidated conition. The Russ pavement has nobly withstood tne avel during the winter months, and neither Irost nor low woula seem to have bad any effect upon it. his splendid pavement has now been sufficiently tested i set aside the objections of all cavillers. When will e have it extended T Amateur Concert.?We are requested to inform the ihscrihers to the Amateur Concert, for the beuetit of the atholic Half-Orphan Asylum, that it will take place at slf past 7 o'clock, this (Saturday) evening. Doors open . half past six. Disease or the Lunos ?The coroner was called yesirday to hold an inquest at No !)1 Varick street, on the ady ofacolo.ed niun named Thomas 8 Manning, a Alive of New Jersey, aged 40 years, who died sudden' a few hours previously. Verdict?death by disease of >e lungs. Accident.?A sailor, named James 8?ndy, attached to te steamer Sarah bands, fell into the river early yesterty morning at foot of Market street, and was picked p in a v.atc of exhaustion. He was discovered by offlir King, who. niter tuking him to the station house, had im wrapped in Ann el. and prooured the requisite aid' i on to insure bis recovery. Superior Court, Before Judge Vanderpoel Fkb. l'J?JVm. Jessup & Sons vi Richard Hawkins ? bis was an action of assumpsit to recover the mm of 794, alleged to be advanced to defendant by plaintiffs, be (nets are as foil., w*-: ?The defendant, in 1814, shipped i the house of Road & Lucas, smelters an 1 refiners, in heiHeld, England, seven barrels ot Jewellers' sweepings, i be smelted and refined. Tho defendant was acquainted ith Mr. Henry JesBup one of the firm of Jessup It Sons, id mentioned to him that be had made the shipment in uestion to Read It Lncas, and that as Jessup It Sons had i agent in Sheitleld he would direct Read It Lucas i pay over the proceeds to him. and he would imit it to their house in this city, and that the defendant eulJ receive it Irom them. Shortly after the defendant tiled at the counting room of Jessup It 8ons,aad produid a statement or calculation of the proceeds of 10 shipment,' amounting to ?162 sterling, which as equivalent to $794; said ho then had occasion r tho money, and requested them to advance it. The Ivauce was accordingly made upon the faith of defenmt's representations. In rebiuary, 1846 the steamer at then left Liverpool brought out an account from sad It Lucas, stating that the scrapings had been lelted and disposed oi; that they hnd produced only 1.41 star tins, and that thev would in a few d?VS pay over. Upon the arrival of this intelligence, the plainfj made ap an account of the sum claimed by them wit: the difference between ?161 and which nounted to $77 99, furnished it to defendant and called xiu him to pay it. The defendant did not pav it, but praised to do (o. Mattere remained thus until the arrival the March *<eamer, which brought out an account of ie failure of Read it Lucas, end a notice on the defenuat to prove his demand under the fcugliak bankrupt iws against the firm of Head it Lucas. The plaintiffs ten claimed the whole amount from defendant; he raised to pav it, alleging that they had no claim gainst him. but should resort to the assets of Read and ucas for satisfaction of their demands The defendant pleaded a tender of $77 99. and to the imainder of the action sot up at a defence that the ou?e of fessup St font, la Sheffield, had large deal igs with the house oi lu us St Heed, that trie latter id paid over the jtlSJ to the former long before their ilure, but that alter their failure it was placed by the ouse ot Jessup St Williams to the credit of Lucas it eed, in discharge of the debt due by the^latter to lha irmer. The cause stands adjourned to this morning. For laintiff, Mr. Jas. Cooke; for defendant, Mr. JorUon. Court of Uenerstl Sessions, efore Recorder Scott, and Aid. Brady and Walker. John McKoon, Ksq., District Attorney. Fra. 11.? Trial lor Receiving Stolen Ooodi.?At the pening ot the Court this morning, 1':trick MoQuade at placed at the bur for trial on a charge of receiving oleu goods, knowing them to have been stolen. Joh.n W. UfCMmoroiH, on the part of the prosecution spoiled as follow" On the 90th of March last 1 boarded : the Commercial liotel, iNo 76 Couitlaudt s ieet;u inn cloth cloak, worth $93. was stolen from the hall 'litis 1 was at d,nnur; I subsequently found the cloak I a car iai;e men in maign 01 a p.un_eni.?u nig ciuua aw shown me is the one I lost on the <iay in question. OfH'.or SncEa examined.?i had a search warrant <oaa (he -id Ui tiict police court, to search the premises f Mcljuede, No. 3i)j Catharine street) several police ion uccoinpauied me to the store; we found it to antaiu a large quantity of new and second hand lothing; the goods we found in the store were iken to the Jefferson Market Telice Court; hile the accused wus in prison I had several conversaons with him; 011 the -J4ih of June last I went to let him at of hu cell, m order that he might get his dinner; he ten asaed me if I had heeu down to bis store; i told him lat 1 had, and had taken out other goods; he then want1 to know whether the goods or any portion of them had seu ideulihej; i told mm that some of them bad been; o thou said that what goods had been claimeJ, the wneri could have them, as he did not want to have any oulite wun tuem. I tol 1 McQuade that I had ho control f the goods alter they went from the office McQuade ten said if I would see any body that claimed the oods, lie would satisly me lor it, as he might ae well ay money to the officers as to the lawyers, and inuired whole 1 lived, Uc. He also said that if any of ia complainants hid ?*omtn their goods. they might he theui 1 asked hun then if he l*memb?red u person inning to see him about a vest pattern, lie Mid yes, and iquired if he was going to mako a complaint against him. askod nun what lunl liucoineof the vest patterns; he relied that he could not say whether there were any of rein in the store or not. if there was he could have it; Uo pieces of oastimere or cloth, if they were claimed; nd further, that if the goods were not there, and the wner would make no complaint,he would pay for them; nd if i would get the matter settled he was willing to ay me for it. ka-t'olicemsn Roar. 8. Martin? I searched the preuses of VlcQuude in December, ISIS, or January, 1848, >r a chest oi tea; Mound it in his store, a? also ether toleD property; whilo I was in the store of McQua.e.a olored l.'iiow brought a piece of clotn there to sell. At thie stage of the trial, the court adjourned until toaoriow morning. Breach or Privilege.?On the morning of the J inat , Mr. Or lli.i, member of lue Luuisiuna louse oi lispresi ntauves, -as assaulted in the lobby ef a? Hon a, by .vlr Utmost D b,amies, of 4vo)elle<, the erish represented by Mr (Jiiffla He was severely cut i the fece before the assailant could be secured. Mr. iinmos, on the recommendation of a committee of the louse, was ordered to be imprisoned in the common jail >r tan day*? the utmost penalty in the power ef the louse to inflict. From the evidence published by the ommittee, It seem* doubtful who commenced the affray laob tiaod eon*. Movements of Travellers. Th? pressure of important new? in yesterday's Herald has obliged ut to oonden*e the arri/sN at the following hotels, of the two last days, into one rap ort: ? Amkricsn ? A. Flint, Vire'nia; A Rarnol ds, Trov; W. Cooke Princeton; J. Oiboon Charleston; B. Phelps, Bouud Brooli, W Rusiell, Wilmington; W McCowea, Philadelphia: P Woodruff, New Jersey: J.Wortbiogton, Cincinnati; Thomas Jennings Naw York; C Hearv, Owego; T. Jones Philadelphia; B Carrol. Buff.lo; C. Moore, J L Wood, Lowell; M Benedict, Tarry town. Astos?J Wilson, Perth Amboy; N Waldron. Phila; W Wood, New Jersey: J Sanford, Albany; N Richmond, Hon O Reynolds. J Verle. Troy; J. Moore, England; Col, Dalleit, Oxford; Col Chatn'ierlain, Worcester; R.Richmond, New London; J. Holland, Nor wioh; Coi. Da Witt, Oaford; J Hmnen. England; J. Addington, Norfolk; O. Baldwin. New V'ork; A. Tunill, C. Euetis. Boston; T Potter, Kingston; P Butler. O. Binders, Phils; D Knott. W Strong, Georgia; R. Hale, H Rice, Baltimore; O. Williams Providence; M. Tack ermao, J Oakes. Boston; J. Kendall, New York; P. Jones, Phil*; R. Well*, M. Barry, 3oston; W Waldron, Phila; O. HoLlev, Mass; Capt G'flSrd, Geo. Warren, Boston; W.Butler, Peterson; M. Down, New York; R Leo, Phila; G. .Shaw, Boston; W. Wagner, N. York. Cirv.?J. Seymour, rerjtikill; D Dickenson, Tenn; M Kearnev, N. J; Mr. Boyd, C KuMcr, D. Rhidebach Phila; T. Reel, Crotnn Falls; Mr Nye, H, Boorcsn, E. Wright, N Jersey; R Dogherty, B <?ton, E Logwood, Ya; J. Short, Memphis: W. Waldton, J Allen, P. Edmonds T. Weatherly, H. Cony, Phila; J. Host, Coon; Capt Dn>brow, N. Brunswirk; A Gray, Belfast; D Ma, son. Pateraon; J Brook Liverpool; E Pearson. Boston; Dr. Libthorp, Ve; Mr. Prudere, Albany; J. Trovers, N. Jersey; W. Hancock, Phils: B Hayt. N. J; J. Pennvrnan, Mass; Mr. Dumner, N. J; H Phelps, Mas*; R. Rice, O Lane. Boston; Mr Poineroy, N. Y ; D. Newson, Petersburg; Dr. Townsend, Phila Fa*eai,iis?E Black, Troy; I Win'ers, St Louis: R. Sanda, Pittsburg; G. Hyde. Charleston; B B<ker, Ala; 3. Hayes, Albany ; B Coflln. New Jersey; 3 -Reding, Bridgeport; W. Metcalf, Wisconsin; J. Kimball, Kirkland; W Broarnolt. Bridgeport; A Murray, Galeno; A. Belhgate. New Milford; G. Case,Troy. ilowtao ? W. Boyd, Ala.; T. Driakell, do; D. Adams, Geo ; Geo. Raed, Now York; G. Van Wagner, Pateraon; B. Owoo, Tennessee; S Johnson Boston; W Brewster, do; M. Bangs, ihomaston; M. Thomas do; J. Todd, Philsd;; E Merrill, Baltimore; W Mc Allister, Philad ; H Wiggatt, Ala ; J. B Bradley. Middieton; It Clarke Maryland; J. A. Read, Boston; W H. McDonnell. British Army; Aug L. Moore, Canada; W. Rowen, New Orleans; J. Gray, Versailles; A Kevin, Boston; M. Rust, Syracuse; 8. Durnios, Baltimore; Hon D D. Howird, Howard Place; J. Owen, Fayettville; J. OWvoret, Ala.; 3. Willia, Geo.; O. Hasher, J. Hashor, Charleston; J. Gordon, Mass ; W. Bur ley, Boston; J. Johnson, Conooid; M Munson, Philad ; B Ileus, N. O ; J Mouell, Philad ; W. < ook, do; W. March, Ohio; W. Waugh, Gloucester; L Braooh, Pbllad. _ ^ ^ _ ? , judsoi* - u. aernum, waisrourj, o. ouewwuu, way; A. LittleSeld, Philadelphia; IV Griswold, Hartford; C. Warreu, Springfield; J. Bench, Hartford; T. Uowery, Louisville; H Whitaker, Norwich; E Murcy, | J Burgess, S Goedridche, Hartford; H Stephens, Mooj treat; H O >?coino. Mancheater; H story, Norwich (E?g1 land); J. Gardner, Bristol; A. Bond, Savannah; D. Durkee. St. Louia; T Northrop. New Haven: M Field, Baltit more; M.Blake, New York; D Damon 8 Hadley Falls; 8 Barton. Conn; E. Bagtev, Philadelphia; H Nolan. VV. Wheoler. Norwich; Geo Kioe, New Haven; J. Stickney, Boston; W Baird Philadelphia; M. Chapin, Hartford; D. Knight, Augusta; 8. Allen, Hartford; H. Bigelow, Canada. Rathbun's?J Adrianoe, Manchester, New Hampshire; W. Ven Zant, Alliany; D Moseley, W Bacon, . Bo-ton; G. Seymour, Ogdensburgk; Mr. Phelps, Boston; I A. S.nit, D Pomeroy, Copake Iron Works; W. Hay ward, I Kinderhook; C Godard, Albany; C Cotter, Syracuse; ! T Luse, Patterson; J. Elliott, J. Van Wagner, New t Hampshire; 8. Toillips, Philadelphia; J.Macy.Balt. In Chambers. Before Judge Vanderpoel. In Re Patrick Slater ?This case came up yester! day morning pursuant to adjournmant; and upon a full hearing of the matter, his honor was pleased to discharge Slater, and send him home <o his wife and children. Religious 1 'elUgeiice. Uisitariamsm m Nkw Yohk ?The first anuaal report 1 of the Unitarian Asaociation ot the State of New York, , says:?" As yet, we number in the State but ten aocietiee, viz :?two in this city, and one in each of the cities and towns of Brooklyn, Albany,Troy, Trenton, Vernon, Syracuse, Rochester, and Buffalo." A Unitarian society has been formed at East Boston; and a Mr. Livermore, of the last class at Divinity School, Cambridge, has been invited to become their pastor. Our Washington Agent, Win. Adams, No. 3 Elliott's Bailiugs, Penn<ylv>uiia Avanne, Washington, D C , is Agent in the District 'or the " New York Herald." Tliose wishing to have tbe " Herald" regular, and early, must leave their address as above. Iw nka>-A.i_wi. ? - * k. _ II...1A .1 | jruimuciuuin ngcuu *v? ?uo ?<>??? , B. ZlhBER ? CO., 3 Ledger Building, Third low Uhesnut. Those wishing to here the Hereld served regularly at their stores and dwellings, will please leave their namaa as above. Terms 73 cents per month. Single copies for sale daily. Price 3 cents. j31 lm To Master Tailor*?Take Notice that the Lease and Fistnroi of the Clothing Store, at the corner of Charles and Baltimore streets, in the city el Baltimore,will be offered for sale at auction, on the premises on the liih instant, or will be sold at private sale previous to that lime. The sto e is about 36 feet front, and between 50 and >0 feet deep. It is fir ed U|> in the best p .ssible manner, and it hat the largest cash custom in tharcity. Apply at the st-*re, or to Richard T. Shepherd, No. 96 Che-tuut street. Philadelphia. tf Nuvlgailou of Use Ohio Jttlvci. Places. Time State uj lliver. Wheeling Feb 10. . .10 feet. Pittsburg Feb 10 8 feet Cincinnati. Feb 7. . ,ll leet Louisville Feb 6. . . 8 feet S inches mONKY II1AKKET Friday, Feb. 12?B P. 31. Quotations for fancy stocks fell off a fraction to-day; { but the maiket remains very quiet, and the salos are very small. Harlem declined Id percent; Canton \ ; Reading X ; Long Island \ ; Farmers' Loan % ; Mohawk improved 1 per sent, and Morris Canal ; Norwich and Worcester closed steady at yesterday's prices. There ie a great deal of confidence among holders of stocks, notwithstanding the slight depression in prices. Wo see nothing JIKciy to Dear ine marKei, ana tne duiu musi ultimately come off victorious. Mooey for the moment , i? a little aoeroe, but we cannot lee how it can remain co, in the iaoe of the large reeeipta of apecie. When atocka do atart, it will be difficult to keep up with them. The demand for foreign exchange ia at prraent limited. We quote prime billa on London at 106>? a 106 ; Paris 6 f, 40 a A f 37J? ; Amateidam S9K a 3W>?, Hamburg 3i>? a S?, Bremen 77X a 7TX The New York Fire Inauranoe Company have declared a dividend of four per cent for the laat six montha, payable on the lAth Inst. The poople of the interior are moving in relation to the extension of the Harlem Railroad, and wa art pleated to tee that the right apirit haa beenaronaed ; that there ia a determination among the people of Dutcbeaa county to briDg about, if peasible, anch a ohange in the manage mont of the Harlem, at will enaure a proper adminiatra ion of the affairs of tha company. Harlrm Railroad. , A meeting of the people of Database County, was bald on the l#th instant, at Hart's Corners, at which Silna Harris, K.?q , presided, for the purpose of taking into conaideration tha present position of the Hariem Railroad Company The meeting was addressed by Jadge Bockee and Otorge T. Pi-.rce. Ksqrs., late of 'he Senate of thia State, in terms of distru-t of the present Direction A committee wa* appointed to proceed to New i York and confer with the Board, ia regard to the prospects of the road, and any probability of ita continuance This committee after a conference with tha Board of Directors adopted the following resolutions :? Resolved, That this committee and the people whom they represent, have undiminished confidence iu the tea nihility ol the route, tor the construction of a railroad through the eastern section* of the counties of Putnam Dutr.hiss and Columbia to the city of Albany; and of the cnnacitv of ttie country ad.i-u-ent, to render a proper re VKi ue for expenditures iu tUu construction of said road Rt holvrd, That the procrastination and d*l?y which ha* fallowed lh? promises aud expectation* held out to the people of ssid countie* from time to time, lor sp?edy coup etian of a railroad tbteugh the tome, have gnev ou*ly disappointed and diacoui?f(ed them. Keaolved, That thia committns and the community whom they repreient. have little confldenee in any com pany, whose object is speculation in tho stochs of the road instead of the progress of the work and theref re that the payment ol the loan or subscription raised by the people ef Dutchess, during the last winter and spring for the continuation of the road, cannot be anticipated hg the Harlem Company as at present constituted Resolved, That this committee heard with pleasme some time since, of a probable change in the direction o said company; and that the people wtiem they repreaeut are prepared and ready to co operate with those iu whorr they have confidence, in the immediate completion 01 said work. There were 198 arrivals at Portland from foreign porti in 13-10, including 94 foreign vessels, chiefly small craft from the British provinces?aggregate tonn-iga, 38.101 inrio Th? olnnrfliiril forforniorn nnrtfl ornra -JflJ inrln.l iog 91 foreign renel* -aggregate tonnage, 43 9 18 torn The import* were. $494,110, of which (3 999 wit* in for eign reaael* The export* were $993,919, only $7,911 ol which we* foreign produce. The annexed etatement, from Still, Dav 9t Co.'* Circu lar, exhibit* the quantity of American produce imported into Liverpool from North America, in each of the pa*1 four year* Imtoiti or Nobth .Amk*ica!4 PaopcoK ihto Lucarooc. .Art it Irs. 184.1 |gl4. 1843, 184* Barf, tiercel 3.100 9 01* 13,171 3?.33 Uo b*rr> I* 2 039 g, I Ml 3,487 9.3 '! re'i 1.719 1689 7.911 13 >7' Cheene. e?ik? 4 Mo 3.187 i ,n * a", l>o bnie 19'93 18,143 43 984 03,/ Tallow, Midi 2 683 3.471 3 330 > ?' Do b* rel? 1,990 J M'5 3 019 9 *.4t Lard, barrel* 99.530 19 391 10.47 1 90.8/1 Do krsu 20,7(6 39 795 J?.?f ? Rattfcsss: 3? ja ?? ' ?S & %h?y^[:::::::::::: Indun ooro. qaarter*. . - , 4,w-, W! FwVau'iiioJ* 34a?:.a 303,?ui ..84.,. It will ha *#an that the greate.t increaoe in 1S40, wai i in cheeie, Indian corn, wheat and Bour. Up to 1840 Lberi had baen no Importation ef Indian corn, and in that yaai th, r#o?ipt* reached nwljr two mllUoM hwheta. *> fii 1 11 , ' * a* we can Judge from the ahipments of corn made from this port thia month, the importations into Liverpool this year, (IS47) will be a* many qusrera us it was bushels in till Our estimates of the exportation of flour and wheat to Englsud this year are very extravagant, no doubt, as we are under the impression that the shipments of flour to Great Britain will amount to at least three millions of barrels, and of wheat to ?t least one million of quarters, Should the ports be opened, and the navigation laws temporarily removed, even these enormous estimates may be exceeded The ihipmeats of produce from this country, for the who!* of this year, will only he limited by the meens of conveyance; and the demand for vassals is tlready so great, and the rates of freights so high, that a large num. bor of vessels have boec ordered to this end other porta of this country, to load with grain far F.urope. The car. rying trade of the United State* is nearly all on* way, an l vessels coming litre arrive in ballast. Even eur packet ships arriving, have very limited freight lists, and what they hare is lu heavy goods, such as transient ships usually bring out when our importations are to any ex tont. From the last advices received from the other aide, it nppeais that, up to the 'JO'.h of January, orders from this side for Biitish m inufactures haibssn vsry limited; and, from all wa can laarn in this market, among our most j extensive importing home*, the order* sect oat mice ; that time have been few and far between, and mall at i that. It thu* appear* that we are large eeller* and email buyer* ; that we are large exporter* end unall importer* ; und that the balance in oar favor, if thi< stays of thing* continue* long, muet be iwinsnse. There i* no doubt b ut that the manufacturing interest* of this country will receive nearly u* great an impetus, by the (oaicity of food in Europe, a* our agricultural interest*. We eannot cor template the preaent position of this oountry without experionoing tho most lively l'eeliugs of thankfulness, not only because we are leaohiog with auch rapid stiidea the highest pinnacle ef prosperity, but be cause we have it in our power te relieve the distresses of the starving millions of Eurep*. Whet a coadition would Europe be in if we had net a supply of food euffl{ cientfjr their wants? Whet would they do without the i mmense quantity of grain every vessel leaving our shores carries with her! From this time henceforth, ) there will be a demand for cur bread* uff* to an extent sufficient to exert a very favuraoi* influence upon prices. A royal order has been issued in Havana, making la. diancorn and corn meai free ef duty at the pert* of : Havaua, Matanzas, Cardenas, and Muriel, for six months, commencing January Id. Va-sals arriving or departing in ballast will ne longer have to pay mud machine dues, or for health visit, pr for Moro pars. The mud machine dues for foreign vessel pre l.V rials per ton ; health visit i % of a rial per ton. The fullowirg review of thd Jt-ondon market for American State Stocks, fur the pa.t J8lr, we extract front Baring' circular of a recent date s? America* State Stoce?. American atooks bare been in no regular demand do i ' ring the year 1840, but the amounta offered for aula ham been but email, and hare generally proceeded frera do. ceased estates requiring liquidation. There has been no 1 fresh supply of stocks sent from the United Statea to Europe, and any increase el the foreign debt oan only arise from an increase of arreared dirideads, which ununfortunately is a debt more prejudicial to national credit than any issue of loaa< tyiien the engagements are regularly fulfilled. Tuking ifito consideratiou the reimbursement by the State of Ntfw J'ork, in the beginning of last year, of a portion of iuf debt, and the tmnsler for remittance of some stocks ?? United States, the amount held in Europe must be ,HiH on the decrease, altuough not to the sums extent as dm?<lff the two p.ecediog yeius. Prices are much the saws, a,N some instances lower than at the corresponding perid^ of last year, notwi'hstanding the amicable adjustment of the Oregon queatiju, which was then regarded as of an uncertain and menacing character. The result would have been different, bad the non paying Statea adopted measures during 18 IB for the introduction of order and regularity into their finances ; for there can be no doubt that many of the Stale debts offer tbe best security lor investments, whilst the stocks of those States wuich are in difficulties would rapidly improve in pries under the influence of a wise system Tne prices on the other . side of the Atlantic, in the absence of foreign demand, now regulate tnose in Europe, and during the continuance of the Mexican war, and until the wants of the government are ascertained no n arkad improvement, we presume, can be anticipated ? It must also be lecollected that the prices of ttie lecurities 01 European irovernmenis nave experienced rouie dec'ine silica the begiuuiug of ln-19, mainly attributed te the increased luver which i ail road enterprises have enjoyed lor the investment and employineiit of capital, lu annexing the prices of the Americau securities, we have only to add, that Pennsylvania stock has been latterly in demand, with few scllsrR. Alabama S's, 1863. 98 to 83?nominnl; do Sterling, 1S59, 60 to 61, do, Illinois O'S, I960, 37 to 39; do t telling 37 to 39, Indiana dollar and Sterling 36 io 3S; Kon'u y 6' , lb69 96 to 99 ex div; Louisiana s's. Uu Bk. io i qusl seties 90 io 93, do B series 9i, buyers; L lUiiisna Co a Aisociatiun, 184.1, 78. buyers; do 1918, 70. do; Massu huseitl ' 6's Slg, 100 to 103; Maryland 6's Hiif, 61 to 65 ax div; Mississippi fl's ('Lintel's UanL 45 to 50. do Union Bans, 18 to 33; Now Yolk sdate 6's, 6o>k io 90 is div; do City 6's, 82 to Hi: U S B juk all ires 111 to 14s; Ohio 6's 81 to 85 ex div; P-nnsylrauii 6's, 63 to 65, S Carolina 6's S.g, 1866, S3 to 85. ex div uota; do 1859 and 1958 66 to .to do; Teuuesse# 6's, 86 to 90; Virginia b's, wo. noin; >ioriJa ' 6's llol and H g, 27 to 3); N Orleans city, 60, o-o, xpliara Old Stock Kxvlutii|(?i 1 $5000 U States 6?, '56 lot 230 do tod C3' 5101) do 100X 7 Hjuntouic RR,ne?v 911^ KlUsO do liny, 175 Cantoa Co 36V 1100 Ohio 6s, "60 95 50 do bit St.2 10000 111 ?pel bonds 41 50 Mehswk RR 63-J 15000 Heading 6,Midi 72 50 da 14 55<t shs Ka msrs* Xrn-t 31 50 Cart o scrip s6t ij< 50 do b39 31 1VS Harlem nH HO 51 60 do 30V 11' do ICO U I 100 do bCO 3>>i 1630 do '*V do >10 iiiV do t'O 03-4 SO do bit) Si 2J? do hie t jj 200 do bis 3 no d< b3J 32* 3.10 do >6o 1?H I JO Nor 4t Wor RR 54* H.O d i Si.Jt ItiO do >60 5iM i 430 Morris Canal u 3 0 do ISO MR, I no do blO ?U 100 do >U 5-S SO do >60 II 11 do 34* SO Illino > Bank 3.. EHe itK, >erip MX 50 Re ding Rll 61 SO L 1. anil Hit bSO 28K >00 do ?l>d SJII do ojIg 3 ?)i 100 do >60 61 ISO Sfcnii g'nn RR 46 { ISO da > lH SJ ?a>t Boitaa Kit ItH ! Haconit 46 iuiI ! J50 aha Ha lcm BR 52 50 Rudi-j* RH GOV SO do 1.3 St SO L Jaland Htl opg 26 10 tfendintc till bin 61 200 do lb HO do 03 6(X i" V it'n- ?' Loan 3;i * SO do 6' V ISO di 3HS, i { so Nor lb Wor RR S<X 200 Gaon-u Co "OX SO do M>4 SO do b30 Injfc I SO do 34 2*0 do >00 SO i SI do S4 2) do 34X ; 11* do . H IS do b3 IkX I SO Vicluhurg Bank kX N'W Stork Buhnic*. ! 11 *h> VarehanU' Kx Co >X 23 for It Wor RR ht i*H i M Harlem riR eh S3 23 di bio 5?V ! 40 do eh 52W 23 do b(0 S?2 ! SO do b!l S2X 21 do Mo i 54}> . AO do . >10 52 50 do Oh SIX i -so do 1.3 ?2V 23 do eh S? | ISO d> >1 S'J* 23 do MoO 5 ii ! CI I'T I R4UB RBPORr. Nnw York. Fiiiday >FTitaeoof, Fob. 19. The mtrke'a, io mo>t deactiptioni of produce, exhibited l*i* animation than or at to have been anticipated >o early 1 after the receipt of foreign new*. Pricea were, alio, lata ! buoyant tbon yeatorday, nn.l sales of flour light whilo V- . I njian rnFn ?t decline on yesterday'* rates. A* the price* have reached | | a point of unnsu*l, if net sx'rnordio.<ry elevation, toany ; dealer* feared that (he Cambria's news, dua next week. might be 1b?s Invoiable, and hence were disposed to , operate cautiously uutil her alvices came to haad ' Thoae holding order* seemed also disinclined to Ail them, unleei at eome reduction on the part of eellcia, or ou the , ( pait of ahip owner* in their termi for freight. i Ash*.*?The market wm steady, and email sales of i Tot* made at 94 87X. arid at $.'> 37X for IVarl* i Bskbwax.?kales 10 aUir extent, of .Southern end North ! ern Vellow. eoiitinued to he made at 3#X a J7 cent*. [ Ua? xniTUFF* ? Flour ?The market u a* comparative' ; ly inactive Hales were made to a moderate extent, but 1 on term* slightly under Heller* view* ye* erday. We re, 1 port xele* of 15.000 bbl*. Michigan a' $7 US 500 do (ienef Mae, extra brands, at $7 G2X; b0 I do. deliverable 7th , March, at the same price home additional am,ill sal >a I weie mude of fair (Jem-see in *tore at $7 S7X. and 1,000 f bbls do near the conclusion ot'change, aol J at $7 30, at which ttio market closed. I eOO bbla. Baltimoro ity , , Mills sold for impo-t at tfl 75. Wheat?1'lia market was Aim pure ti tnasee whi-e, wai held at (I 70, while i New >etsay red arid mixed wa* quoted at $1 45. We i ! hoa'd of no sales worth reporting. Corn ? Pho mukat we* lo** firm, and isle* large at piices helowyea-er day'a quotation* In the I .rcnoon a lew thou and . | bushel* changed bauds a' 91 Ci On the meeting of 'change purchaser* Oiled to meet seller* above $1 02, r 1 at which about 3A,H>0 boa el* sold; afterward* |l was oA- red and was met by *ell*rs to th- extent of about 55 000 bu?bel?, making total sales for the dny s.f white and yellow, at the price* named. el Ironi 75,0<i0 to bO 000 bushel* Hye ?-Hollersmanifested n d.(position to meet buyer* at a reduction on the ashing lutes ol yesterday, ' but we he, rd ol no sales of importance parity -There were sov> ral parcel* on the market, held at feO ot?, which seemed to be above the views of buyers, and we heard of no sale* of consequence Oa'*.?For canal thero were buyer* at 47 rta ;holders demanded 4S *40 r.l* ;New Jersey were quoted at 43 ct*. There were no tranac tiou* trported. Exroars ntom this Peat to Livxaieoi. sap I*m.ii?B. Flour Corn Mral. barirtt. buthrli burrolo February 10 .3d7il IT out) slid " II ?.t>47 27.0(10 B?5 tin**-We report sales 100 Dbl*. sin ,it p be,mat #t"X *nx i orrsx?I'he market continued Arm for Rio at 7X a j 7X lava ? a- quoted at t X 4 '0-X ! ?Trov?Ttic market e .ibi'i no change, a prevalent j dullness being *,,parent aln ong l t eie d iaa nr. see u to t>? Hliy (1 ill I>f>?itM!l t ' It'lIM on lili> p*it of holdst* Wo iiemJ ot sale* of 'i,UOU i ?t the p icea ol yanarday. . Kauir?We roro'f of ,J0<! I'M* dried appl** at 4X; r?i<ini continue-l firm. fh? la?t aatei ot ho* war* mo a at 1700, a 170c ; ball boxes at 9t)c,; and quaiter do,, It Sic. fun-Pry cod continued firm, while Halifax mack*

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