Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 15, 1847, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 15, 1847 Page 3
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. ] TH i * Vol. xm. No. U?4?Whole No. 4701. THE NEW YORK HERALD ESTABLISHMENT, iV orth-wect corner of Fulton and Noaaon mta, JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PROPRIETOR. CIRCULATION ?FORTY THOUSAND. DAILY HERAI.n?Every day, Price 2 centi per copy?$T tlwcr annum?payable iu advance. WEEKLY HEllALD-Every Saturday?Price cents H r copy?13 12,'j centa per annum?payable in advance. HERALD FOR EUROPE?Every bteain Packet d*v? Price r,t. cents tier copy?$3 |*r annum, payable ui advance. 1IOLID AY 11ERALD?Published en the 1st of January and lstof July of each year?single copies six|>euce each. ADVERTISEMENTS, at the ntual prices?always cash in advance. Advertisements should be written ill a plain, legible maimer. The Proprietor will not be lesjiouiible for errors tbat in i occur in them. . ..... ... PRINTING of all kinds executed beautifully and with despatch. .All letters or communications by mail, addressed to the establishment, must be post paid, or the postage will be deducted from the subscription money remitted. TO LET.?No. 31 Hammond street, nesr factory, su "!W excellent three story house, with marble mantels, Ike. . TittL Item >273. Apply to VY8E St SONS, 172 Pearl street, a 11 Jt r MTO LET?The upper part of a house in the lower part of the city. Posseaaiuu given immediately. For particulars enquire at No. 3 Nassau street. al3 3t?rrc JjM TO RENT, fremthe 1st of May nest, the House ami 1-s'jI Store 2B0S Broadway, next to Stewart St Co.'s building. alaeML Also, the House aud Store No. 09 Chambers strett, near Broadway. Apply to PHILIP BURROWE8, 14 Wall street, or to A. T. STEWART fc CO., nil i-'r Broadway and Reade st. MTWO HOUSES TO LET. on 23rd street. Brooklyn, each containing twelve rooms, two |?utries, wash room, lub-cellar. and vault, with stabling, and extensive garlic,!. The location it -unsurpassed round tne Bay of New York. F.uquire of Mr. K. brands, 84 Broadway, or Mr. Oeorge Orove, 21st street, Oowanus. a 14 2t*c a"" TO LET OR LEXsE^fhe mansion house and farm of John L. Norton, at Far Rockaway, adjoining and west of the Marineravilion. The house is 11 feet by m, two story and attic, affording large and beautiful accommodations for eillier a boarding house or private residence.? The coach houses and stables are large and commodious ; 60 acres of choice land, 30 of fresh aud salt meadow, and 20 ol beach and piature; the ice houae filled. The buildings, with garden and ground adjoining, will be let separate if required. Apply to JOHN H. POWER, Attorney, tc? 129 Fulton St., N, Y. apM lw'C MTO LET.?An elegaut front room,on the west side of Broadway, between white and Walker streets. It is in tlier com! story, beautifully finished,and every way desirable for the olHce of a professional gentleman, or for any light or fancy business. Rent moderate. Possession given on the 1st of May. Inquire at No. 308 Broadway, third story. all lw?c TO LET, MA ROW of neat new two story Cottue Houses, upw linished, well calculated for respecubV families, situated on the north side of 40th street, between Broadway and 6th avenue. The atages pass regularly from 7 A. M,, until fl o'clock in the evening, every 10 minutes, for 63a cents . and after the first of May, every 30 minutes. Room* as follows: 2 basements, 2 parlors, with sliding doors, and hard finished walls. 2d story, 2 rooms and 2 bedrooms. Good dry cellars. Rent $180. Apply on the premises. aplMm*c _ WM. K. PENDLETON, Agent. tPART OF A HOUSE, with a small genteel family, wanted by a gentleman, whose family consists of himself, wife, infant and servant; a front Parlor and Bed adjoining, with one or two small bed rooms, and basement or Uitehen, will be required. Location must be pleasant, and terms moderate. Address, C. 8. A., this office. alO fli MTO LET.?The store of house 23 Dey street; it is SO feet deep, and would be a good location for a wholesale grocery store. The dwelling part would be let together or eacn floor separate The second door consists of back and front parlors, with pantries, and is well finished; the two rooms are JO feet deep and 12 feet high, suitable for an artist; the third floor has J rooms well finished; the fourth floor is JO feet deep, 25 feet wide, and 16 feet high, with six windows iu the roof, fitted xp for an engraver or any business wanting good light. Also, the second floor of house 66 Beekman street, consisting of three rooms and pantries, with two bed rooms in attic, and a kitchen with Croton water <ud kitchen range in it. Rent $27J. Enquire of A. GILHOGLY ?c SON, 11131 1 rn r 78 Nassau street. M TO LET IN Wl LL1AMSBUROH.?The two story brick front house, with folding doors; it contains saven rooms and basement, in good order, pump in the yard, with six lots of ground, carriage house, cherry,plum, peach and pear trees; 2 beds of asparagus, with a good grass plat, tastefully laid out with rose bashes and a great variety of other shrubbery, about one mile from Peck slip ferry. Enquire of Charles M. Church, 100 Chatham street, or of John SkiHman, corner of North Second and Loiimer streets, on the premises. in2l 2w*rc COl;iiTRY RKSIUENCK TO LET OK ~ LEASE. MA BEAUTIFUL and healthy situation on 57 th street, near the East river, with about 20 lots of ground, handsomely laid out in flower and vegetable gardens, fruit trees. Itc., with a stable and every convenience for a genteel residence. Stage* are passing every few miuutes. Inquire of Dr. Schmidt, No.# Warren street, between 9 and 10 A. .VI.. and 3 and I P.M. ai:i3t?r FOR SAL hi, tA GOOD PUBLIC HOUSE, desirable location near Broadwav and the Park, suitable for the aecommoda tion of Boarders and Lodgers, will be sold clieap for s the proprietor is about leaving the city. Enquire 31 Reade street, from 11 A. M., to J P. M. *12 3t*r MFOR SALE.?One of the best Porter Houses on the East River. For particulars apply atthe bar, 127 Ronseveli si reel. a!2 St*C I'OK SALE OK EXCHANGE.?An excellent p-w family residence, four stories high. 50 feet deep, in Third Avenue, between 11th and 12th streets; lot 85 by 109; good coach house, stable, 8tr Apply to ALEX. M. Ortno, 1 Hanover st? corner WaM. alt 3t*r kok, sale, tA KARM oftiflv-two acres, most delightifully situated about live miles from Eliubethtown, N. J., comprising a handsome commodious Dwelling House, fitted with i mantels, and every convenience lor a respectable family; the whole, including gardner's house, barns, ice house, and other buildings, in a substantial state of repair; the orchard contains twenty acres of choice fruit trees. 'Hie easy access from New York, either by the various cars from Jersey City, orthe ferry to Klixabethport, whence a rail road trail runs within a hundred yards of the house, renders this property very valuable to those doing business in this city. The greater part of the purchase money can remain for three years on bond and mortgage, at Ave per cent VY8E It SONS. 172 Pearl ?t. Also for sale, a dwelling house , No. 311 Washington street. TP 19 lin?rh Tor salk or to let, tON MURRAY HILL, near the 5th avenue on the south side of 39th street, one street south of the reser voir, a new two story and basement brick bouse. The 5 feet front and rear by 98 feet 9 inches, (or half the block in depth.1 The house is 21 feet front by 25 feet 6 inches deep, built by days work, hard finished walla, cornices center piece. Egyptian marble mantels, plated furniture, stained glass sky light, he. lie., the nrdeu l.iid out in shrubbery, strawberry beds, grape vines, fcc 1 walks flagged and curbed ; brick rain water cistern ; brick privy, lie. etc., and complete for the re iilvnceofa very small family. 39tli street ia now in a course of regulating, being nnder contract. Possession can he had immediately, and can generally be seen by application at the house. For terms and conditions, apply at room 5 Granite Building, eorner Chambers street and Broadway. *14 3t*rc tl''OR HALE the fixtures, lease, he., of one r,f die best public houses in the city, loug and well established, desirable location, near Broadway. This ia the best I ever offered, having large ball-rooms, several aociety meetings all the year rottud. which will pay double the rent; the only cause of the present proprietor selling out, he has made in ihia home a handsome sum. which enables liirn to retire from business; none but a cash customer, with $1100, need apply. Also a coffee and eating saloon overrun with business, a good comer porter house well located to let the three story house 423 Broadway. Persona in want of houses, stores, rooms, Ate., or wishing to let or sell out, or hare rents collected with dispatch, may apply to Gilleapie, house agent, 552 Pearl street, near Broadway: alt 3t*rc Jgi FOR SALE CHEAP, AS THE SUBSCRIBER 18 IvnW ret mug from business, the old eatalilislied soap and candle manufactory, No*. 10, 12 and 14, viz; dwelling, aoap lionse, shop and stable, with all the fixtures for carrying ou au extensive business, which can be sold as fast as manufactured: together with a large stock of goods. Terns made easy on the leal estate. Enquire on the premises. JAMES 8CKAVENDYKE. KB iw 7.?r<) lien**! atreet, llnleilelphia. For sale. tA THREE STORY HOUSE on 23<1 atreet, between the 2d ami 3d Avenuea. It ii well finiahed. and replete with the lateat improvement*, including: kitchen ranite, old and warm hatha, water cloaeta, Ike., Italian marble mantela throughout the houae; a court yard of fifteen feet in front, with verandah and French windowa. The huuae ia one of a row of aix houaea on the aonth aide of the atreet. for further particulara apply to VY8F. It SONS, inl9 1m*rh 172 Pearl atreet. FOR SALE?WESTCHESTER LAND. ~~ TO GENTLEMEN, in w ant of aitea for country m|(rii'j. To market gardener* in want of land for gardena. jaJL^and to all peraona wiahing a location in the neighborhood i,f New York:? VIO aarea of land in the town of Weatcheater, within nine mile* ofthe City Hall, with the right of paaanig over Harlem Bridge free of toll, are nW offered atpri rate aale, in lota containing from 3 to .30 arrwa each The lauda are within 15 mimiiea walk of the railroad; front on good roada; are in the neighborhood of achoola arid chnrrhea iff different denominationa; the water ia good and location healthy. Title indiaputablr Trrma moderate. Apply to GOTJVERNF.DR MORRIS, Morriaiana, Weatcheater Co., or to WALTER RUTHERFORD, 79 Naaaau at., N Y. rn2fl !m*rc . ________ (>NIS TRICK HAT STOW K. r* SPRING FASHIONS FOR MATS AND CAPSJ^BllOWN Ik <70. will introduce, on Saturday, April 3d, the new atyle of Catai for children and liova; alao, the new atyle of Hnta for gentlemen. Price $3, in the manufacture of which they have made aucn recent imprnvrmenta at will place them in clone competition with the moat coetly. The public are iniited to call at 172 Chatham Square, where faihion, beanty, durability and economy are combined to adorn the head. a2 lm*r large sales and small profits. fl 8'> HATS can he had lirr $3.50, at M ILLS' well known 'Aallat eatabliahment, 17# Broadway, (Howard Hotel.)? Gr:i l> :nen are earneatly aolicitrd to call and examine theae Ilata tnorr ughly, the Mi'iacriher lieing confident that the beautiful proportiona ofthe new atyle, with tlie unprecedented low rricc. will command the approbation of all. ' iw Attention ia called to the new atyle of cap called the Pocket Cap. a22w?r l nww luin.inr ,nunLi.-inf Mmm m?i mnury jf*" aaved ia money made," ia almoat aa old aa the invention of moiey it >11 ; lntt the principle of veiling a live dollar H AT for three dolhira and fifty eenta, vvaa firat ralililialiid and ia now prartiaed by Rohertaon, at the Phenit Hat Manufactory, R9 Fulton at., N. V., and 63 Kill ton at, Brooklyn. Thia aimple atalcment we believe will nidiee to make known one way " how to make money." alt lin'rli LONO BRKKR CANARV BIltDS and Breeding I 'agra, Neat Bnaea, Stuff for Neata, Song Birda, ComNEfi'mim and Fancy (agca, wilh a fine collection of rare and valuahle Birda, lUrd Seeda of all deacriptiona. All articlea ia the line in great variety, for aale hyl W B.JOHNSON, 260 Broadway, one door from < hamhera at. N.B. Kins Charlei Hapuiela, Kngliah aud Scotch Terrieri, ?r rale M tbove. Jg'j a7 2w#r 1* E NE1 N1 I d"1 U AN (J.?Til# cargo of the brig Virginia, about tliree ! VJT hundred tou from South Amrrica, aud from an uialytii I pronounced superior to any other kind iu the market. The j Guano it dry, and will be aold to close the concern at one and a half cent per pound, aud is an ohject to the larinera of the ! country The carfo ia at Trappell'e atorei, Brooklyn, near Fulton ., miu (kiiijiici ma) uc icril ll uir uiuce OI SPOFFORD, T1LEST0N k CO.. 149 Water staeet. n>9 lm'rh holmes kitchen ranges. rp HE proprietor has been engaged in manufacturing and telX line Kitchen Ranges for the past II years, and feels war* ranted to engage that (or private families and boarding houses there is no range in use at present that will answer a better purpose, and if not it will be removed tree of auy eipense to Die purchaser. Numerous references can be given to any person wishing to purchase. Prices range from $25 to $45. Grain of the newest patterns for parlors, bed rooms and offices. Ranges and Grates set, and all descriptions of tire works J built at the shortest notice. Smoking Chimneys cured and warranted: if not cured no charge is made. A. GILUOOLY k SON, Proprietors and manufacturers, TV Nassau street. fe 27 lm*r TI2E subscriber offers for sale an eicellent assortment of * good Carriages, all new styles, warranted equal in quality 3 to any thing in this market, and will be sold at reasonable prices. JAMES BREWSTER. mil lm?rc its and 27 Canal street. new teas, old java cofkee. _ GROCERIES, kc., at Wholesale and Retail.?J. O. FOWLER is daily receiving from Attctiou choice uew Green and Black Teas, Java and other Coffees, White and Brown Sugars, and family Groceries of all kinds, which he is otfeung at a small advance on the wholesale prices. Families and dealers from the country would do well to call and esamuie the above stock of goods before purchasing. Stores Noa. 230 and 128 Greenwich and 76 Vesey streets. N. B. Goods packed and delivered to the boats without charge. r"23 l"?*rh another challenge. r"VNCE MORE we challenge the New York Shade dealers " to compete with us in the sale of Window Shades. We are now making large daily additions to our stock of Shades, and pledge ourselves to be undersold by none. As to the ninility of our Shades, we have but one word to say. .They took the premium at the late fair at Newark, N. J. We invite the citizens of New York and the surrounding country to give us a call, and we will prove the truth of our assertions. ft DTiEiAMV, No. 38 Chatham street, near Chambers street, a nil lm* r New York . < QUARTERLY BEACON" t JUST PUBLISHED, the secoud number, at the office, 3 Franklin Square, Pearl afreet.?Contains fw Yahoo entire, ^ the most witty satire on the follies and superstitions of the 1 age; also, entire, Christianity Proved Idolatry, a reprint; also, j a short enqviry, Who was Jesus Christ? for sale. Also, each j of the above, in parts. Also, first number of the Quarterly containing the celebrated Three Impoaters. N. B. New edition of Strauss' Life of Jesus, Volney's I Ruins, Vale's Life of Paine, Paine's Works, Voltaire's Philoso- I phieal Dictionary, and other liberal works, tracts, Ac. \ ml3_eod!m*c , CLARET WINES IN BOXES AND CASKS^800bo?es i Medoc St. Julian. t 80 boxes Ducru St. Julian. 400 ' f labarrus Chateau de la Grange. , 22 ' Chateau Ponjeaux. 110 ' 1832 and 1833, Pontet St. Julien. ' 100 1837, in pints, do. do. ( 30 " 1837, in pints. Chateau La Rose Pargason. 1 600 Chatean Larose, Latour, Leoville ana LaQitte. < 10 fine Cantenac Gone. ' 20 " fine Chateau Margaux. i 130 hhds. St. Estephe and St. Julien. 30 ^Grand Vin Cabarrus. 23 " Latour and Laffitte. 1 8 pieces fine Burguudy, IRomanee and Chambertin. for 1 sale by JOHN SCHMIDT, a7 lm 2taw?r 100 Wall street. NEW YORK CASH TA1 DURING ESTABLISHMENT. NO. 72 WEST BROADWAY and No. 93 Church street. Geutlemen's garments made in the most approved French style on the following reasonable terms. Fine French Cloth Press Coats $13; Frock Coats do from $13 to $16; Freuch Cassimere Pants $1,30 to $3,30; Dress Vest of satin $3 tq $4,30 S. A O. WYANT, mh 23 lm*rh No. 72 West Broadway and 93 Church st. BRUSHES! BRUSHES!?The subscriber resjieelfuify invites the attention of the public to his extensive assortment of Brushes of every description, at the BRUSH FACTORY. 331" PEARL STREET, Franklin Square. Constantly on hind. Paint Brushes, Whitewash do., Window do.. Dust- , ing do., and all kinds of Fancy Brushes, which he offers for siTe at the lowest prices. JOHN K. HOPPEL. i al3-lm*r " GREAT ATTKAUTIUiN. a l o ar. r. r.L. 01-..1 >i/c?ry u( /iv/ne) ivu. ?/ 01/ m. <*?*&. A. GRIEVE begs to acquaint his friends aoil patrons jT?rthat his agent hu returned from Europe, vie Bremen. 1 after a residence of seven months at Androaberg, and TxKCthe other most celebrated districts of Germany. He has been enabled to collect tlie best selection of singing and fancy birds he has ever offered: also an unusual variety of rarr and fancy birds from all parr. of the world, selected with great trouble, without regard to cost N. B.?Fancy dogs, Shetland ponies, Chinese, silver, and English pheasants, swans, and every variety of barn-door fowls; fancy aud breeding cages, birdseeds, Icc. A treatise on the management of breeding and raising Canaries, See. P. S.?Letters post-paid will at all time* meet with prompt attention from A. ORIEVE, m?* '.m*rrc No. S John street, N. V. FUlt SALK, ~~ <1 _ A OOOD PAIR OF BAY HORSES, perfectly -LaiaT^sound and well broken- To be seeu at the stable in iA??j^the rear of St. John's Church, St. John's AtleyJ al0 2w'rc FOR. SALE, FOR SALE?A handsome Grey Horse, 14>i Lea TN hands high, G yearsold?a fast and stylish driver? kiud in double and single harness and under the saddie, wairanted sound. Apply at 02 <'hatltam st. Price SlGO. a 12 3t* r FOR SALE, ?fl A CHESNUT HORSE, 14 hands high, can go hia -AaET^mile in harness sis 2m. 46s. 1'he resson for the owuer ' with him, is, that he ia going travelling for six months. Apply at J. HURSsON'S, a9 liv*e Livery Stable, 177 Twelfth street. 1 THE LADIES' CONGRESS BOOT! I bP. LABOYTEAUX, G41 Broadway, desires to in, form his numerous and fashionable lady pations. that n? he has made arrangement! for the right to manufacture 1 the elegant elastic walking Boot, now so fashionable in the highest circles in England and France. The recent im? movement in the classic stuff will enable hiin to make hi* boots and high shoes with all the elegance peculiar to his style of work, ana yet without the trouble of lacings. This most valuable invention removes all the confined pressure from the arch of the foot, while at the same time it affords an elaatric spring in walking which cannot be appreciated without-a trial. alt lm*c LESSONS ON THE PIANO FORTE. M,8S c- c- WEMY88 can now accommoaB??SHn|^Hdatc three or four more pupils, if immediate apy* * " ^^Tplicatipn be made at her house. No. 347 8ixth I I 3P II 'street, between Avenues C and I). \V ill have no objection, if desirable, to attend her pupila at their own residence. Terms?Twelve Lessons for Five Dollars, or Fifteen Dollars per Quarter?three leasona each week. *13 lm*rc CITIZEN'S NEW DA V LINE OF OPPOSITION BOATS FOR ALBANY AND INTERMEDIATE PLACES. Fare $1?Breakfast and Dinner on Board, se^n. The new and elegant Steamer MKTAMOr* a*"LZSltA. Capt. T. S. Knight, Mondays. Wedaes HbAMBmndays, ana Fridays, at najf-past sis, A. M., from the pier foot of Warren street, touching at ilammonu street ' pier. The new and elegant Steamer ROGER WILLIAMS, Capt. A. Degroot, Tnrsdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at half-peat six, A. M.. from the pier foot of Warren street, touching at Hammnud street pier. For passage or frieght, apply on board the Boats, or to Oeo. Dobson, at the office, 126 Waneu street, oomer of Weet street. O" All |>ersonstre forbid trusting the above boats on aocount of the owners. a7 r AFTERNOON LINE, DAILY, <M?. KOR NEWBURUH AND KlSHKJLL, ? 'Van Cortimid'., (Paahakill,) Wmi HMMMHli Point, Cold Snnngand Cornwall. The Steamer Tlioma* Powell, Cant. Rami. JoKnaon, will lance the |iiar foot of Warren ?treet, lor the abort places, ovory afternoon (Sunday* eicepted,)at 4 o'clock, commencing April 10. Returning ?wiU leave Ne wburgh every morning at 7 o'clock. N. B.?All Baggage arid reight of every dwianptiou, Bank Bills or Specie, put on board ofthi* boat, muet be at ike riak of the owner thereof uuleet entered on the book* of the boat or recti pted for. ipfrla*r _nwa, THE Proprietor* of Steamboat* wiehinf C-^-'m?^Bell. hunt, would do well to pay a vieit on HIMHiiboard the steamboat* Uovemor, Tltomu* Powell, Roger William*, Utica. Palmetto, Princeton, Mountaineer, Iron Witcb, Cataline, lie., and evamine H. lioMua'i improved ityle of Bell Hangiug, eipreaaly adapted for Steamboat*. Put up neat and strung, and warranted for sue year, by H. II.. No. 8 Ann meet. m28 1m*r 'NOTICE?On and after Monday, March r^CKUth, the Steamboat 8TATEN ISLANDER, MMHeCaptain Van Pelt, will make the following trip* to and from Staten Island until further notice, via:? l.enve Staten Island at A, 10 and 12 AM, 2 aud J P. M. Leare New York at 9 aud II A. il., 1, i>*' and 6 P. M. mlS _________ ~TST>Tn3Er~ Mm, STATEN ISLAND FERRY.?On and r n^U.. ,1 S after SUNDAY, April 18th, the atsamboat* MiiiWb SYLPH and S'l'ATKN ISLANDER will run a* follow*, until further notice :? i.rata (tatefi iimkii At C, 8, 9, 10, II, A. M., and I, 2, 8, 4, J, S, 7, P. M. I.8AVK saw TOMB At 7, 9, 10, II, A. M., and 1, 2, tan minalsa past 7, and at 4, 5, ar v i. * 6I 7* ?'?'?>8k, P. M. New York April 13th. al.7 r XAjr FOR LiVERPOOL?The well knowafaet Bailing k^MVpac ket ahip HOTTINOUER. 1000 tons, f epc Ire MHapm'>"r<l*y. fill meet with immediate deepetsh. r or I reight or |w**age, having aplendid large ana toinfortnbl* room* end cabin, apply to the Captain on board, at Jndd'a wharf, E. River, or to WOODHlJLL A MINTURN, _ "7 South street. AfcSa '"i"1 BELI* AST.--The faat sailing A I. copi.i'icd ilEiy ll'd rnp,,,r fiwtened Br.ti.h ahip LETlTlA llV.YN, JBMtlCai 800 toua regiater, W. Pirrie, muter, having a large portion or her cargo engaged, will have immediate despatch for the above port. k or balance ofor^Miaa^e *^>^|^ te *U r 69 Smith *treet. A*A~ K)K < 11. ASt it) W?REUUI.AH PACKET OK JW?VTHE 1st OE MAY?Tlie fine new Br. Parke Bark .filar ANN HARLLY. Capt.R. Scott, 300 ton., will .ail a* above, her regular day. For freight or paaiagr, haying , splendid accommodations apply on board, or to i WOODHULL It k.WINTURN, i *'? 87 noath itrfft The regular packet ?hir> SARACEN, VM) ton*, Cipt N. T. Hawklna, will mfC'M the Ann Harley, and aail on her ! r>g"l*r *>?r. ?t&4?- KOR SALE?The hull of a vesaeljuat launched, MtMV*nd now lying it P iliway port. She will carry abont ' jfilila"JII to 1(1,1 mm; 36 feet on <lcclc, 21 Tact brum, She will ?in*rr for canal, river, or coaat Mrricr. Inquire of the anharrihera, at Rati way, New Jcracy. JON. O. LL'KBF.R Y, altlm'r H it SHOT\V l.l.l. "SBh Packet Ship 1,1 VKHI'OOL, from Liverpool, ia diaWrVVVcharging under general order, from weat aide Burling jjMUI?aalip. All gooda not permitted must be aent to public | sopre. _ Bll_ NOTICE?All nenone are forbid treating lav nf MVVWthe crew of the British ahipLETITlA HKYN, from MiaHllMiItelfaal, aa debta of their contracting will not be paid by the captain by the captain or cnnaignee. J. M'MURKAY, Ur H South atraet W YO 2W YORK, THURSDAY VERY LATE AND INTERESTING from the CITY OF MEXICO. ANOTHER AMERICAN VICTORY. ["HE CAPTURE OF CHIHUAHUA. Itate of the Revolution in the Capital. [ From the New Orleans Picayune. April 6] By the way of Vera Cruz and Tainpico we have recivud a file of paper* front the city of Mexico to the I7th if March; our previous dates tbvnce were down to the 7th of February. The papers are occupied with the miserable details of he two factious in the city of Mexloo. one under Gomez 'arias, the Vice Prenidunt, the other under Gen. Pens y larragan. Much blood has been shad, but without any Iccisive effect. Both parties were obstinate in their lurpose?the oneof retaining power; the other of gainnglt. Accouuts were sent off speedily to Santa Anna rtth details of the revolutionary attempt; and as he full tack from the north the combatants full off in their vloence, and a kind of hellow trace was observed before he 17tli of March. Further mention is made of this tusiness below; we wish here to recur to another victory of the American arms. El Republicano of the 16th March, announces that the American arms have triumphed in Chihuahua ; that the :ity of Chihuahua, the capital of the State, has fallen. The small forces which defendrd it. says tho Republicato. were routed. The samo number of that papor. and he number of the 17th, complain that the Government loes not publish tho details of the fighting, declaring that dexican courage Is not to be daunted by such reveiM*. As we cannot then give the details of the action, we may ls well add the latest news of the position and numbers if the opposing forces. It must be borne in mind that hese accounts are Mexican. A letter from Duraugois published, dated March 4tli, rhicli snys that Gen. Garcia Conde left Chihuahua on the 9tli February, at the head of 800 cavalry, to meet the Vmertcan /invaders, and had arrived on the 9'ld at the lacieuda of Kncinillas. which is about seventy miles lorth. on the road to K1 I'aao From F.nclnillaa Conde >ushed forward scouting parties, and on the 93d February moved with his main body to the Jioguilla del Pastor, vhich is about eighteen miles from Kucinillas, and ibout eighty miles from the hacienda of Carncn. It was supposed thut the United States troops. ,o the number of 900. were at Carmen by the 93d. having ust marched thither from Carrlxal. It was t 'onde's Intension to await at Boguilla the attack of the Americans, md he was to bo joined there by the force of Gen. Ilorilla, consisting of 600 infantry. 800 dragoons, and ton >lecos of artillery. The junction had not been effected >n the 93d. Gen. Heridla being then at the haciendn of rorroon, which Is but a few miles?eight or ton, wo judge by the maps?from Chihunhua. Whether the junction was effected we do not know. Conde's position is said Lo have been excellently chosen, but wo find It stated Lhat be had thrown up redoubts and blocked up the roads in order to hold the Americans in check and favor a retreat In case ho were benten. We cannot but Infer, from the manner in which the Rtpublicano Introduces the subject, that Chihuahua did not fall till after a battle glorious to the American arms. American traders had previously Introduced large quantities of goods into Chihuahua. A letter dated thence the 91st of February, says that forty-six wagon loads of linon goods had already arrived, aud wore in the course of distribution for the interior. The trade was partly concealed under the names of foroigu residents. The Rrpublicano of the 17th of March reports that cortaig Indians of New Mexico. [Los Cbimayos.] to the number of 3000, have risen against the Americans, and joined the pueblo* previously in insurrection. We do not find El Htpublicano making very peat ado about the victory of Santa Anna at Buena Vista. It republishes what El Soldado de la Patria says on the subject, but without comment. All Santa Anna's excuses in various letters, general orders, Ac., are givun, but there is no attempt at glorification. The editor regrets that the destitution of provisions prevented Santa Anna from following up tho advantages obtained by him, but nowhere that we have seen pretends to claim a decided victory. Santa Anna held a council of war on the 96th Fob. at Agua Nuava. and they unanimously udvised a retreat to Sun Uuls. Santa Anna was of the same opinion, and ni-.lar.wl r?trw..l ,, w I i 1.. VI... ..? ...? ....... ...??.?.?B.J ...V !IIU.TUlUlt* Ul the council of war are glven at length, and Santa Annua deapnteh founded thereon It goes over the sauic old ground* which we have read in no luauy forma before. When we hare more time and room, we may recur to it and a variety of other communication* from Santa Anna touching the campaign. lie announce* that ho ha* left 3000 cavalry behind him to hold (.Jen. Taylor in check, though, according to Santa Anua. (Jen. T. naa been ho cut up that all Ainoricau deitigu* in that direction are completely frustrated Our reader* will be interested in Santa Anna's movement*. He was at ( edral when ho heard of the revolutionary attempt In the city of Mexico. He wrote thenre on the 3d March, avowiug his opposition to the attempt, and then pushed on to Matehuala. He wrote thence on the 6th uit.. to the Secretary of War. announcing that be would march on the capitol with a large division of bis forres. and put down the revolution. Another letter of the same date to Ooinez Farias, is full of kindness for him, and vengeance upon tho traitor* One passage amused us:?'-With reason Taylor remarked at Saltillo. three weeks since, 'I do not fear Santa Anna; there will lie a revolution in Mexico very soon, and he will be deposed." " We would like to give these letters, but they are far too numerous. The entrance of Santa Anna into San I.ui* Potosi on the 8th ultimo, wan a triumphal one.. AU classes went out to meet him two or three miles on the road. At night he was serenaded. and the town Illuminated. The following day he wrote a despatch to the Secretary of War, announcing that two brigades of infantry, eompoaed of *000 men. with their corresponding batteries. were on their march to San I.uls, and they were to be followed by two others of all arms, to the aid of the supreme powers of the natiou traitorously attacked. This letter would lead one to suppose conclusively that he intended to put down the attempt against (Jomez Farias's administration. He denounces in unqualified term* the attempt at a revolution at such a time. But the day after, March 10th. he wroto two other letters to Mexico?one to (.Jen. Barragan. the head of the revolutionary party, the other to Uomez Furlas. In these his tone is altered. Ilu denounces civil dissensions, but is considerate in seeking terms of courtesy towards Burragau and Farias. He conjure* them to desist from further hostilities in the capital, and announces bis purpose of proceeding thither immediately. He tells BarragAn not to fear for himself or (thcrs compromised by the revolutionary attempt; that lie ha* but one desire, to unite all Mexicans. Ac., Ac. The letter to (Jomcz Farias is of sueh political importance that we make a hasty translation of it;? Lirkratino Army. Ice. Ac., March 10. 1847 Excellent Sir?Unable to remain indifferent to tho evils which tho herole capital i? suffering?the victim of civil war ami the calainitiea consequent upon it?and to the truuscendant evils which are thence extended to all the republie. I have determined, listening to th" voice of my conscience and the exigencies of the nation, to snbrnit to the sacrifice of proceeding to the capital to assume the reins of government, with which I have been entrusted by my fellow-citizens. I communicate this for your intelligence, praying you that until I present myself in the capital, which will be I very soon, for I shall proceod thither by forced journeys, you would give directions to sus|>end hostilities of overy kind, in obedience to the voice of reAsou and humanity, which is impiously outraged by the shedding of Mexican blood, which ought only to How on fields of buttle In driving hack our unjust invaders. To (ton. Matias do la I'eua y Barragan. (hlof of fho Pronunriadoe, i have made the same recommendation, and I trust that the chiefs of both the belligerent forces will observe the truce ludlcated, in consideration of the noble views which impel me to solicit it. I transmit this for your Intelligence, and that it may receive compliance from you out of regpeot to the patriotic ends 1 have proposed to myself. (tod and Liberty ANTONIO LOPEZ 1)E SANTA ANNA There followed from these letters, which wore published on the 13th or 14th. a suspension of hostilities, though each party arrusod the other of violating the truce. Santa Anna had not arrived on tho 17th. but would encounter no difficulty in assuming power All parties were waiting for him impatiently, and each claiming that he | will side with him Representations had been made to him in abundance, and large delegations of influential I ineu had gone on towards Nan Luis to meet and propitiate him The report sent us by Mr Kendall that he wasiu j the capital by the 19th. and in full possession of power, I we have no doubt was true [Emm the New Orleans Times. April 0 ] To the politeness of an Individual, we are in- i debted for a copy of the t'.l h it Ktpnnol. published in the city of Mexico, and dated the 9th ultimo, from which we derive some important information regarding the troubles v liich had broken out there Thb Is>jasn tiov.?The editor of the Irit says, that | at the date of the publication of his sheet, the 9th ult., tho pronunciamrnto against the administration of (to- , muz Karins had then existed eleven days, maintaining i Itself firmly lie laments that all that had been done up to that time, was the wanton sacrifice of a number of 1 useful and unarmed members of society, who had not ; taken part with either of the belligerent parties, who | had been shot down as they were quietly passing through the streets They, the government forces. and the insurrectionists, hnd entrenched themselves at their ease and discretion, without venturing to nttaek one another, and contenting themselves with looking in each other.-' fares, as if convinced that the present civil war was to last some months. It appears that the great olyect of aversion with the insurrectionists, is the Vice President. K'arlas. who, by

the absence of Nanta Anna, is the head of the executive authority, Thev insist that he "hall retire, and aive un the vice" presidency. In a negotiation which took place on the Int ultimo, the (icneral of the government forrea. < anallxo. offered them pardon, nnd auminnoed thein to return to their duty. The leader of the rebel* replied by requiring the Immediate de*titution of (hioier. Karla*. Both partiee remaining Inflexible, a few diaehargea of artillery were directed iVom the government entrenchment* on thono of the inenrreetioniat*. The latter atood firmly, and an. add* the editor of the Jrii, " the revolution bid* fair not to flnlah except by wearinea* and inactlvlty. which la the work of time, forming a aad pros HHRmcannm RK E MORNING. APRIL 15. 18 peet for those who earnestly desire the prompt and complete re-establishment of order end pul oil i- tranquility." This U a melancholy picture of what in passing In the city of Mexico To euch a pitch of indifference bare these misguided men brought themselves with regard to the public weal, that daily they establish an armistice fni? u fn* hnnru tn tnlrn fnnd aw o.>..1? .. ?... . ??? - '.vv. vi ovva lucu pieanuro. The Monitor Rrpublieanu. of the 7th ultimo state* that Texcoco. i halco. San l.uis Teotihuaoao. and the inhabitant* of other place* in the neighborhood of the capital, hare pronounced against the government of Don Valentin Gomez Karma ''The triumph of public opinion," it add*. " cannot be more complete." The ^arriaou and national guard of Puebla are divided in opinion respecting the present movement The majority. however, it ia ascertained, are aguinat the administration of Gomez Kariaa. *o that the latter can expert uo assistance from this State. The insurrectionist* appear to be gaining ground, if we may believe the Afunitor Htpublicano. Force* hud reached them from Azcapozalco and other place*. On the 7th ult.. two huunrcd men, all armed, deserted the Government force*, uud joined the insurgent*. Intelligence reached the cupital from Vera t'rux. under date of the Oth ult .. that abandoned to her own resource*, that city was making the moat strenuous effort* to resist the North American iuvaders The Rrpublicanu make* the following sad reflection* on the dreadful condition to which the republic was} reduced, while the foreign enemy wo* thundering at her frontiers, and rioting in her very bosom, her children were fratricidully nutting each other's throats in the capital The following really deserve* a record:? " Scarcely can we give credit to what is announced, for it 1* almost incredible that in the soul* of these men (he i* speaking of the Government), who call themselves the father* of their country, there ia not a single magnanimous or generous Sentiment. The conduct of Senor Karias is inexcusable, and the blindness ofthe insurgents unexampled, for they do not see that, instead of being the saviors of the country, as they protend, they have converted themselves into her most cruel onumic*. Shall wc wait until the Commander-in-Chief of the enemy's forces in the residence, the palace of supreme power hero, decides the question, ordering both Senor Karias to lay down his office, and the insurgents to yield up their arms ? Kternal infamy to those who think thus?to those who strive to pave the way to so horrible a catastrophe !" We shall sec the result of Santa Anna's march on the cardial Perbans lie ma* lie drawn Inh, *?i? 1 engulfed in Ihe seemingly hopeless attempt to sustain Gomez Farias. who in evidently the most unpopular man in Mexloo. The Irii contains louic notice* from Chihuahua, which announce whatjha* been already for tiomc time known hero, viz : the occupation, by Col. Mitchell, of I'aso del Norte, and the subsequent advance of the Mexican* toward Chihuahua. The Governor of Chihuahua had, immediately on the receipt of the latter intelligence, (the 19th of February), eent off 600 cavalry, under the oommand of General Don I'edro Gascia Coudo, to oppose the American diviaion. On the 21st of the same month, another detachment of 600 cavalry and 600 infantry. accompanied by Rome light flcld-piceon, were despatched in the same direction, and with the name object in view, commanded by Gcueral llcrndin. They expect ed to fall in with tho Americana at Carrlzal. an old fortree* about 60 leaguea from Chihuahua The advance guard of the American diviaion hail already roached Carrlzal, where they would await the urriva! of the main body, which wan coming on, eacorting a uuinoroua caravan of merchandize. It la atated that the American.* go in thia order of march, in order to form, with tho aid of their wagona. an entrenched camp, in caae of a sudden attack. The Mexican correspondent of the frit. adds, that the greater portion of the troops that left Chihuahua, to meet the Americans, had nover lieud the whistle of a musket ball, and that there was reason to fear the result of an encounter, particularly if their ofllcors did not take up good positions. The latest advices received in tho capital from Vera Crux were to the 5th ult. Tho Vera Cruzanos bitterly complain of the neglect of their government. They say that if the government would only give them money, they would guarantee a triumph over Gen. Scott and the 12.000 troops he wus just on the point of landing at their gates. Should they, howevor. be neglected as thoy have been hitherto."may the curses of the AlinigRty descend on them 1" Another paragraph, extracted from a communication from Vera C ruz to the city of Mexico,has the follow ing: "The strait to which we are reduced, by the abandonment of the government, amounts to desperation. Vet. I could almost swear that, with a column of from two to three thousand men. to oppose the disembarkation, and resouroes of money to complete the fortification of this t.lano tlw.il., TT,n? 1 ,wr l.w A 1.1 ? cairn a lesson, uud we. the Vera Cruzauos, cover ourselves with glory; but In conclusion, if all we have translated above from the lrii. be reully authentic, and the disorganization and anarchy at the capital, therein described, be fact, it would seen) a matter of little difficulty for (ten. Scott to march thither forthwith, and realize the hypothesis of the editor of the Rejiublirano. viz : from the residence of supreme power, to decide the question between the belligerents, by deposing (iomez I-arias and disarming the factious body of insurgents. now at war with the constituted authorities, with every feeling of patriotism, and with public order. Tampico. March 124. 1847. The mail from Mexico has just arrlred. I have not been able to procure a paper?have seen a private letter, saying that Saula Anna was near Mexico with the rem- i nant of his ariny. some tiOOO men; that a battle was auticipated between the contending parties, the pence nnd war party, in the city, and fears entertained that much blood would be shed. AU business is at a stand, and the city U in a dreadful statu of confusion. [Krom the New Orleans Delta, April 6.] Since tho receipt of our regular correspondence froin the army in Mexico, wo have received from a friend the following memoranda of the oporatious of <>en. Twiggs and rot. I'. K. Smith. It will be seen that in the wny of " aide licks''?they have participated liberally In the "amusements got up'1 in tho investment and siego of Vera Cruz : SECOND BRIGADE?OEN. TWIOOS. This brigade is composed of the 1st. dd. 3d. and 7th Infantry. 1st and 4th Artillery. Mounted Riflemen, (now n full regiment.) and ( apt Tnylor's Uattery. Tho following are the occurences, us far as I can learn, in the operations of tho brigade. Ou the morning of the 11th. the brigade took up the line of march simultaneously with the other forco uow hero in tho Investment of the city?tho Mounted Riflemen acting as the advance. After pnssiug the position of the first brigade, the squadron of riflemen composed of the companies of ( apts. I.oriug and Mason, both under command of Major Sumner, of the 'Jd Dragoons, was sent ahead as the advanced guard On reaching the railroad, the advance guard took the direct road over the hills, but It being found impassable for tho artillery, the rest of the brigade was forced to muke a detour to the left On passing the position occupied by (Jen I'lllow. Brevet t'aptaiu Alburtis. and a private of ths riflemen were killed by a round shot, and two privates wounded Major Sumner, having passed some distance by the volunteers, was opposed by the light troops of the Mexieans, but he soon drove them off. and halted ut a ranch^). where the rest of the brigade came up with him ine advance drovo the skirmishers before, continuing to receive their fire, though without loss. until they reached the road to Orizaba Here a party of lancers w&a discovered to their left, having taken position there. ( apt Sanderson's company of uiouutcd riflemen was sent to attack them. and soon succeeded in driving them off, after killing a captain of Lancer*. and a captain of the Jalnpa Artillery guard. Private Weller waa severely wounded In the thigh. This skirmishing over, the brigade took position in line extending as far towards the beach as tho Jnlapa roud, and bivouacked till the 13th in the morning Karly on the lilth. they moved off again In the direction of the beach. Maj, Sumner and others leading with the left wing of the rifle regiment, turning to the left to clear the numerous ponds of water, and the brigade arrived about 13 M., on the road leading to the city of Mexico. Immediately after coming in view of the road. I.ieut. Hubert's company of mounted riflemen ahead, a party of mounted men was discovered, and attacked, and after a slight skirmish, they were dispersed, the attacking party receiving no injury The head of the column reached Vergnra. a village or hacienda, about three miles north-west of the city? where they are now about. 13, M. Killed.?Brevet Capt. Alburtis. 2d infantry ; Serg't Blake, company K. 4tli artillery ; Private Buunlnglium, company A, mounted riflemen. II ottnded ?J.leut. Davidson. 3d Infantry, elightlv; t'orporal Hproule. company K, 3d Infantry, severely; Private Neill. company B. mounted rifleman, slightly; Private Stephens, company K, 4th artillery, severely; Private Weller. company B. mounted riflemen, severely; Musician Home company B, I st artillery, severely QOn the ISth. < apt. Magrudcr. of the artillery, raptured an important mail from tho enemy, which was immc. dlatuly sent to head-quarters. The mail carrier was shot at and supposed to he wounded, as he left his horse, hat, cloak. 1c.. in the edge of the chaparral, where the mail was picked up. The post occupied by (ieneral Twiggs was one of the utmost importance, commanding as It did the great road to the city of Mexico, over which the reinforcements of the enemy warebouud to pass, and he did honor to the post lie occupied OPKHATIONS OP OKNKRAI, |>. p. SMITH. March 27. -The mounted ritla-iiicii command) d by (III* gallant l.ouialaniun, ban- reflected great honor U|miii themwlve* ami tlie service, during the invcatinenl of Vera < rur. by our troop*. In nearly every *klruii*li they hare borne n prominent part, and have placed themaelve* In a poaltlon liefore the public enviable In the extreme Hcaidea the part* they played In aurroundlng the city, and driving before them every enemy that pre*ented themnelve*, they have gotten up a number of alTuir*'' on thoir own hook, which place* them prominently before ; the American people. On the 27th, a company from flen Smith'* regiment wa* drapatchcd to cover a party of beef hunter*.'' nnd just before reaching the I'uente del Media, or the halfway bridge on the Jaiapa road, they dieeovered a large body of the auxiliary guard, or militia The commander of the company continued to mamruvre about them, while a runner went into camp to inform the Oeneral of the proximity of the enemy, lie Immediately repaired to the place with a nuuilicr of men. and after getting ' the HUpertor force of the eneiny in what he thought an advantageoua poeltinn. charged, and completely routed them in lea* than two minute*, killing eight of their number and wounding other* The enemy fell back to (he bridge, which they had fortified wltn atone* and log*, and endeavored to make a rally, but It wa* Ineffectual, and In a few moment* our men had po??e**|oii of their work* The unerring aim of the riflemen, and . the eagactty of their commander completely u*ed thein up | One of the riflemen, after having brought down hi* Bl.il.IiHU ' in. . i tafH A: 47. mati <u charged by three ranc hero* wbo seemed more ' dlsp oscd to get hi s rifle than to take his llfir They got : hold of th? gun and endeavored to wrest it from hint, out falling to ilo no. anothar one cam* up and cut off the (In- < i gem of hi j right hand; the left noon supplied I tit place,and by the tiuiely arrival of some of bis companions he was I enabled to preserve his piece I In this encounter four riflemen were severely wounded, i I and. I fear, one of them mortally. ; Yesterday again those men went out on u scout, and 1 drove before tnem a body of the enemy, and into ramp a j a number of fat beeves '1 hey also brought in the alcaide t of a small village, us prisoner, from whom they learned < that they had killed aud wouuded more men than was a) ' t tirst supposed. The alcalde was subsequently released, s 1 was up ut lien. Smith's quarters a few moments this t evening, aud found him dressed as usual in hi* cottonade a suit, ready to lead off his regiment at the first indication t of the enemy's approach. I never saw htm look su well, f or iu us flue health as at present. p TUB ATTACK ON VERA CRUZ. if Kxtract of a letter from an officer iu the army, dated Vera Cruz. March d8. 11147:? The daughter of the British Consul wus killed by a (1 shell, uight before lust; and the fumlly of thu French i Consul were more or less injured. This Is told me as a 6 certainty." One or thu city papers says that the British Consul at t Vera Cruz is not u murried man ? t [From the New Orleans Picayune. April 8 ] ( We learn that ( apt. K. M. Diuioud, formerly our con- 1 sul at VeraCruz. has been appointed "custom-house officer" at that port -an Important position, for which ( he is nduiirahly qualified. Ills official title may uot l>e ; given accurately, but indicates the nature of his employ- i uient I MOVEMENTS OP SANTA ANNA. Kxtract of a letter, dated, Han I.uis Totosi. !Hh March, ' 1847:?Santa Anna arrived yesterday, and leaves short- 1 ly for Mexico?between which placo and here the com- 1 munication by mail is at present suspended in consequence of the revolution there. It would appear that the Pronunciados (Moderados or peace party) are strong, and have every moral probability of triumphing; in which rase differences between this country and tho I'ni ii-u niuirn win ue uiiiiieumiriy arranged. Santa Anna baa ordered 4000vostldos to be made within eight days. I am not, however, aware where the money to pay for them in to come from. The men for whom tboHe vostidos are designed are to march upon Moxico, ao that the war in this part of the country may be considered an concluded. (ten. Taylor has fallen hack with his force* upon Monterey. it in liuid. in accordance with an arrangement with | Santa Anna. The troops from the army of tho north will begin to 1 enter to-morrow. Whilst writing, news has reached here of the triumph of the I'ronuuciado in Mexico, which I look upon as being most cheering for us who desiro to see peace restorud. This is a sad blow for the federals. March 11th.?Santa Anna leaves to-morrow for Moxico, whore he will arrive within four or live days, as he has been called as umpiro to arrange the i|uestions in dispute between the Pronuneiados and Government.? The general belief is that ho will be invested with extraordinary powers, and immediately conclude peace with the Americans. I.ATE ritOM YUCATAN. [krom the Washington Union, April 13.] Cam peachy papers, down to tho l'ith of March, have been received at the Navy Department. It will be recollected that, in August last, shortly after the return of Santa Aana to Mexico, Yucatan was readmitted into the union of Mexican States, Don Miguel Barbachano continuing at the head of its government. On the Bth of December last, a frosli jtronunciameulo took place, the result of which was. that Yucatan was again declared independent. ISDOT Barbachano deposed, and Don Douiugo Barret appointed provisional governor. The avowed motive for this change was the danger to which Yucatan would bo exposed from tho United Slut... if ; i ?1,?,,1.| ? ..r ?u.. ??.._i ?. no""?he prououneers declared their earnest sympathy I fur the people of Mexico, aud ex preened a hope of union with them at Home future time; but etated that, for the present, the law of self-preservation imperiously required that Yucatan should assume an indepeudeut aud neutral position. It appears that another pronunciainrnto took place at Merida, ths capital of Yucatan, on thu IHth of February last. A "plan" was proclaimed, as usual, the principal articles of which declared the complete restoration of the Stale government as it existed previous to the revolution immediately preceding;; Barbaehano was recognised as governor, and, until he should return to Yucatau. Gen Sebastian l.opex do Llcrgo was touct us provisional governor; and it was further declared that thu monthly contribution, or poll tux, levied for the support of government, should lie reduced to one real, and that all whu should take up arms in support of the new revolution. or contribute money in aid of It, should be exempt from this tax for life. This reduction of the monthly contribution was intended, it seems, to conciliate the support of the indigenous, or Indian population, who constitute the great mass of the community. The chief of the new revolution, Generul dc Merge, immediately addressed a letter to Governor Barret, deI siring him to abdicate, as there was no doubt that the I whole State was In favor of thu change, and he himself wmld sustain It at all huxurds with the valiant troops under his command. Senor Barret, in his reply, dated March tit h. exhorts General Llcrgo, as a pat riot, to employ his influence with the revolters, to induce them to abuudoti their designs, and thus, save the country from the horrors of a civil wur. On the 8th of March. General Llcrgo, then with his troops at the town of Maxcana. addressed a letter to Col. I.eon. (lie commander of Barrett's troops, in which lie tells him that his only object in heading the revolution of the 2Hth of February, was to prevent excesses which would otherwise have been committed ; that lie wished to avoid the horrors of an intestine war ; and, therefore, if Col. I.eon would agree not to advunce further with his troops, he would return with his own force to Marida. and endeavor to settle the question satisfactorily. To this. Col. Leon assented, until the pleasure of the Government should he knowu. 'Die officinl organ of Governor Barre't, of the 12th of Mareh. the latest date received, states that the Government troops were in the vicinity of Merida. and that the revolters hud no resource but to accept the amnesty offered to them, or contend witli public opinion, and suffer the terrible punishment imposed by the laws on traitors. NAVAL. [From the Savannah Georgian April. 10.] TbeU, S. steamer Scorpion, commander Bigelow. for Vera f'ruz, via Havana, left this port last evening, ut 10 o'clock. [From the Norfolk Beacon, April 1.1 | The I'. S. frigate St Lawrence went intothe Dry Dock at the Navy yard, on Saturday, to be roppered. The U. H. steamer I'nion came out of the Dock on the same day A hawser was found round one of her puddle wheels, which must, to some extent, have obstructed its power. The Charleston Courier of the 7th inxt., says a letter from Pensacola of the 30th ult., states that the U. S I sloop-of-war Decatur had been refitted, after the damage sustained by the gates encountered on her passage from Norfolk to that port, and was expected to leave for Vera i Crux the following day. IIV Iiitelllireiia'... Si pchior loi kt, April 14?Before Judge Oakley.? Eliza Volkner vt. John lludton and Jamn Mrday ? Thin wo* an action of trc?pa** drbontt atvorlaliz. The fact* of the rune urn a* follow* :?Mr. Volknar wa* a manufartnrer of artificial flower*, and carried on hi* huailie** in Madl*on afreet In 1H44 lie married the plaintiff, who worked for lilin; they continued to live together until August la*t when he committed suicidv It appeared that in 1041 he made a will, by which he appointed the defendant, lludaon. and William Mnradenhi* executor*. The day after lii* death, lludaon. In hi* character of executor, came to the liou?e. took an inventory of the furniture, anil cauaeil it to be removed, and afterward* sold. The plniutilT then left tho houie and removed to that of her *tep-father, \lr f.onrklin. After the trcapas* wa* proved Mr. (leorge llaakin wa* called to prove the marriage <4. Are you acquainted with Mr* Volkner ' A. I heard there were two or three Mrs Volkner* <4. Were you preaent at the marriage of plaintiff and Mr Volkner ? A. Vea,Alley were married at the houae of her uncle, in klatbush. in lH4fi. and there were aeveral other peraon* preaent at the time <4. Did you vinit them afterward* ' A Ye*, air, frequently. The value of the property wa* then proved and the plaintiff* eonnaei reated The following i* the aubataijcr of the opening atatement of defendant'* eonnaei :? About teu year* ago. Volkner, who waa a Herman, cauie to thi* country from London, where lie had for mnnv year* resided anil carried on the buainca* of an artlfliclal Mower manufacturer, bringing with him hi* wife Mr*. Sarah Volkner. whom he married In Kngland. and one child, named Michael Volkner , and. al*o. bringing with him Kllen Maraden, a young Kngliah girl. After their arrival in thi* country, they settled in Brooklyn, in the street In which defendant lludaon lived, directly oppoaite to hi* house and commenced the manufacture and sale of artificial flower*, and a* counsel stated, seemed to have lived for some liinephilosophically nnd contentedly together In about two month* after their iirrivnl, Mis* Maraden was delivered of a male child, which wa* christened Win Marsden Volkner In some month* after that event Mr* Sarah Volkner. the wife, removed to Boston, where she settled and continued to carry on hu sines* on her own account for about a year ; after which she returned to Kngland. After Mrs Volkner had gone, Mr Volkner announced to the workwomen and others in hi* employ .that as hi* wife had gone away he intended that Kllen should take her place, I and that in future they should pay her the customary honor* Knew her by 110 other name than that of Mrs j Volkner, and received and obeyed all her commands ; j and any one who could not accede to the arrangement ! tl.?v iinelif lake tlieinselica off *...II..-I - VI1? I i / ..v ...u.iijij, ..line | Mantden wan Installed into all the right* an<l privilege* of Mr*. Volkner, and *o continued until her death In IA.W he moved from Brooklyn to Madiaon street. and iti 1 1843. having acquired some mean*, lie made a will, by . which lie defined one-third of hi* worldly good* to bin \ friend Ullcn Niamden. and one-third of the remainder to I hi* beloved wife Snrali. whom he stated then realded In midland ; and the remainder he l?c<|ii*atlicd to hi* two children, and appointed the defendant Hudson ami Win Mar?den brother of Mien, hi* executor* and guardian* of hi* children hhortlv after the making of the will, mien Maraden died, giving birth to a second child. After Mr Volkner removed to Madison street the plaintilT went to work for him. and *liortly after Ml** Maraden * death, he made overture* of marriage to her, which, ; after a eonaultatlon with her friend*, were arrepted. and j the marriage had at the time and place mentioned, | and the partle* continued to liv together a* man and wife until August 1M40, when Volkner committed aui ' ^ LD.~ l'wu t'MlU. tide The day kftcl hit death the il.f.-n,l.m wu tg. prilled of it through the uvwepepert He called el the boiuc 111 MadUon rtroet. end wee then for the Oral tine >1 hU COUnael alleged, informed of the plaintiff a rl.ltm lie told her that the deeuiieed lied euother wife living, '.hat be had made a will, decreed a portion of hU property to her. aud the remainder to hU children, that ha uJ appointed DIUl (tlio defendant) one of his executors, ind tu that character be would claim aud take tbe prou-rty I'pou thiii state of facte tbe defendant's counlel iueUted tbe plaintiff s marriage wae illegal and told, md that defendant wae justified in takiug the properly ind preserving it, until disposed of bv the surrogate or be will, uud argued that tbe plaintid ought to be uonuitwd. 'J'be Court said, that ae there Was no evidence hat tbe first wife wae now alive, or that aba was even live at tbe tiine of plaintiff's marriage hs would let be rase go to tbe jury, aud reserve tbe question of law or the derieiou of tbe court in bank. Verdict for tbe ilalntiff. $1 IS; assessing her damages at $50; making In 11 $198. Kor the plaintiff, ex-Recorder Talmadge and 1r. I'iersou; for defeudant, Mr. Met lay. Cot'RT or Ui vrsstSrinovs, April 14th. before Roeorler Scott, uud Aldermen Gilbert aud Tappau. John Mrleou. Ksq . District Attorney.?Trial of J. .4. P. Bmrirrrt?The trial of Jari|ues A P Barblerre. for an n?auit and battery with intent to kill Ralph Lockwood, >u tlie evening of tbe ?th of Marob. 1840, waa ruaumed, it tbe opening of < Hurt this morning, when H. M. Wesem, k'.sq., proceeded to open the case on the part of tbe lefence. Tbe following evirdenee was then adduced for .be accused. Aaev IIf.srv. examined?I resided at Mr- Barbierre'i is a cook. when he kept house about "1 years ago; I know Mr hock wood; I saw him first at Madam Barblerre's, while 1 lived with her about '1 years ago; I saw him tbera frequently; sometimes twice a week, and sometimes daiy; Mr. Lockwood bad a room in the house and boardad with Madam Barbierro; Mr Barbierrn was in Canadant tbe time that Mr. Lockwood went there to board; 1 do not recollect bow long Mr Lockwood bad been boarding with Madam U when her husbaud returned home; Mr. Lockwood has dined in his own room; 1 do not reeollect whother Madam B. ever dined with him or whether the table was ever set in his room for more than one person; he used to come to see the young ladles that worked for Madam Barbierro; I went home at nights and sometimes left Mr. L. there; I remember Mr. Barblerre and another gentlemen eomlng to my house to make some * Inquiries about Mr Lockwood and Madam B.; I told them what I havo stated here, also that I had heard that Mr. Lockwood had got some nlstols. Mart Ann LH'nn. examined.?I lived with Madame Barbierre about three yearn ago for four months, for the purpose of learning the millinery business; i slept in the house; I know Mr. I.orkwood; ho slept in the house; I tiave seen Madam iiurbierre eome out of Mr. Loekwood'* -oom between & and 6 o'clock in the morning; she hod 10 dress on at the time, only her petticoat and slipper*; lor liair was In the same state as when put up for the light; I rannot say whether Madam Barbierre'* bed had >een slept in that night or not; I have frequently found ler bed in the morning Just as I left it the preceding ivening; Mr. Loekwood was boarding with Madam Barderre at the time I saw her come out of his room; but I snoot say whether he was in the room at the time I saw icr conic out or not; I wanted to see Madam Barbierre; went to her room and did not find her; Mr.Loekwood's -oom was afterwards unlocked. Mrs. B. came out, went into her own room and rang the bell ibr mo ; 1 have talked with Patrick Burns, then a waiter for Madam Rarhiorro, about her and Mr. Loekwood. One day Patrick Burns called me to him to see Madam 11. come out of Mr. Loekwood's room. I have seen her come out several times. Patrick told me that, one day ou going into Mr. Loekwood's room, he found Mr. L. and Mad B. lu bed together. While Mr. Barbierre was in Kid ridge street jail, Patrick came for me to go and see Mr. B. and tell him all 1 knew about his wife and Mr. L., which I did. it was before Mr. Barbierre attempted to shoot Mr. Loekwood. IIktst swkor.n examined. 1 live with Mr. Loekwood at No 61 West Washington Place, us his housekeeper. 1 have lived with him for four years. 1 know Mr. Barbierre and his wife?1 have sceu Mre. Barbierre at the house of Mr. Loekwood in West Washington Plaee several times- sometimes as early as 11 o'clock and as lata aa Ave or six. I cannot say whether she has ever remained there all night- she has not to my knowledge. I have seen Mrs. Iiurbierre there as often as once a week. I have known her to take off her hat and shawl 1 have seen Mr. Loekwood witli pistols, und have beard pistols tired near the house I never saw any improper eondurt between Mr. Loekwood and Mud 11 | in reply to a question whether Iter suspicious were ever excited, said] ' people can think what they like." L?:wn Nrvn.i.f examined?I nui a French shoemaker at the time that (he occurrence in question took plaee, i nrpv n niuro ui. iiu, *>81 urUttUWlJ, 111 IDC MIIIP DUUOJQg that Mri. Barbierre reeided; I oecupied a room aleo over Mr? Barbierre'a, I liarc aeen Mr. I.oekwood there many tiuic.o; I have seen liiiii there auiuetinieu twire a day; I have aeoj) him there in the evening; I have had tome conversation with Mr I.oekwood about Mr. BarbUrre; Mr. I.oekwood united uio if Mr Uarbierre did not vialt my ntore. and on heiiiK I old that he did. advised me not to permit him to do an any more, or 1 uhould yet tnyaelf Into u scrape; 1 waa not in Die house at the lime Mr. Barbierre .shot at Mr. I.oekwood; I went out about half an hour prertouH to the occurrence. The evidence here cloned on Itoth nideu. und the ra?e wm submitted under the churge of the Court. The jury, after u brief oensultation, found the defendant guilty of an arsault only. Sentence deferred until Saturday next. Tha Court than adjourned until to-morrow morning Count ( ai.r.aOAR this Dav?Circuit Court.?15,18, 36, 4!l??6. tl?. H5. H9. 93, 99. 100.100.^, 101.105,10M Superior Court? 61, 65. B, 13. 18. 50, 63. 64. 79. 05, ?U, 96. 90. 101, 107. 114. 116. 117. 118. 119. 151. 153, 154, 103, 86. 6. 150, 104. 10. 3 60. 57. 66 66 . 67. 53. 54, 41, 99, 61. 86. 87 ij. 15. 36. 36. 45, 43, 14. 16. ?9, 91, 968 New York City Election. MAYORALTY VOTE. , Aran.. 1840. , . Aran., 1847. > IVardi. Whig. Veto. Not. Whig Dtm. Not. Seal 1 713 978 67 827 817 II * 2 000 182 111 631 131 33 7 J 1203 119 209 I 306 1 38 U 4 i 602 1627 176 182 1184 13 7 1 1024 1043 31J 1244 941 ? ? 6 473 1110 121 612 1090 1 14 7 1311 1601 484 1773 1370 111 6 8 1401 1610 711 1927 1631 103 30 9 1382 1047 973 1918 1119 397 ? 10 813 1369 199 1209 1068 208 71 1 1 Ml 1160 1181 1169 1700 17 41 18 326 632 281 118 094 117 ? 1 3 121 1336 7 41 9S2 1120 287 34 14 673 1172 342 926 1329 83 41 11 1412 129 319 1906 194 32 18 16 794 1403 114 1 371 1394 87 ? 17 981 1686 802 1280 1)01 18C 24" 1 8 109 1010 244 819 107 1 81 48 Total* 11,320 22,282 8,377 21,218 19,119 1,721 318 I'- 54n in Drm. plurality 6,962 1,699 Whig plurality. 8,377 2,078 Whig 8c Nat maj.... 1,411 380 Whig minority, * Hecoud district not inclndrd ; the ballot-boars destroyed. AtsaLTsta or thi. VoTr.. Dionnrrnlir rinrnlitT. April 1846 IJ4I Whig Plurality, April 1817 1,689 Whig gain in one year 1,661 Name* of Candidate* Kleeted. Whlga In Italic*. Denm Inroman. Natlro* In capital* Mayob. JVilliam I". Brady. Aims Hortr CoMmimionkb, Moan* (J. Leonard H'ardt. .1Idermen Aeeietante 1., . ,T. R. DeForret. J Jamieon. J. . . Jam ft Kelly. Cheeter Lamb. 3 . . . Thoe U.FArath, T lie Knight, 4. . ,U?o. II l'ur?cr, D. Mull la*. 6 . . . IK. Adamt. A. H Schultt. 6.. . .Thomaa t iilmnrtln, K D Kohlar 7.. . . Morrie Franklin, John Cogtr, Jr. 8 . . ,.f R. Lawrence, J. IK. allien, ? J L. Dodge, 8 C Herring, 10.. . ,J 11. MmmtoU, Noll Orsjr II ...L B Don, A V. Hatflsid 11. . .Thomas HpolTord, Oeorge R. Clark. 13 . . .H. It. K?"?k*. John R. Colon. 14 . . .T. II Tttppen, D. Carolln. 1.3 . . .Jnmri I) Oliver, /. IK Stevene 16 . . . IK. Smith, J. P. Cumminga. 17. . ,C. Crolint, Jatnn Robertooa. IH , . . M Maynard.Jr, H* F Jack ton Aatuiii or thy. Rmult. JleeietaM Aldermen Aldermen. Whigs and Nativra It II Driuocrtta 6 7 Wing majority 6 I 6 Whig ma jority on Joint ballot.. 1W JIT 11 Oil R APR It ~8TON ?8.?A lam assortment of all J sitrs, blur and yellow, by the raar, for sale by A. ROLK KR It A(OlX>lANN, at lw*c No. 88 Frail street. GAMPHLNE. (M)OKK'B PATKNT < AMPHINJf. U cooeidercd the J brat minntacturrd in tbr c uited Blares. Doalfra in the artirlr would do wrll to girr it a trial. It ia perfectly freefrom any rrtinona substance; and rotumpieutly noma with a clearer light, and ia not liable to corn tor the lamps, for sals eery low. and in quantities to anil purchasers, ltf JAB. T. TAP8COTT, a7 r Hurrrsror to Cooks It Adams. 86 Bonth I NOTICE. T SHKl'HKRD H AB oj^rnrd ?tnrr6i9 Broadway^ for ths sals of Laces, Km ? .ii.?i?ruT? nini r iciivii rwcpiiXHll. T. S It selling off rl.tap M iff Broadway. IIr continues hit buainraa u berat jfove at HO Broadway. at lw*r ___________________ " ok." vowkiuutlisf and af rfs^\~ ATTENDS lo piHu?i of the Eye and Ear, aad to all tor l?'ifcrtiona of Vision. from # to 4 o'clock, at hia residence and office, 261 Broadway, coiner of Warren afreet. Oirttialmia, Htopnage oftlie Tear rassage, Cataracts, anil Opacities, effectually removed. AM All ROSIH treated with a real attention and aaeeeaa. STRABISMI'S, or SliuLntini, cored in a few inmates. Derifneae, and all discharges from the Ear, permanently cured. ARTIFICIAL KYI.H insert. .1. Hpectaclea adopted to every defect. m Iro're TO DKNTIST8. Til K atibacriher has ju t received a cement (wttlioitl atereury J for tilling teeili, invented and recently improved by one of the firal Surgical Dentist* ui tlie woild Ilia nelievedi o lie the lieat aiticle of the kind ever offered ?o urn profeaaion Foe .ale a. the Dental De^.-f ^ ^ Rp||K1. M# Broadway. Orders b) mail, accomiwu) lug |l, can Isave a jar /** ram espvaas., ftJ l??|l?

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