Newspaper of The New York Herald, December 1, 1847, Page 5

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated December 1, 1847 Page 5
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1? ; hat some time sgo these pillar*, whloh were deemed a luisanca, with the gates opposite the A*tor House, were urehaaed by Mr briaplalne, of Long 1 eland. Onbeiag poioTt-d yesterday. the mesons discovered several tin ?ms sealed op, which were taken to the comptroller a (flee They were sent there in charge of th? polio*, and > ill be opened, of course. .The public look forward with oxirtj as to the result of the examination. We expect o set' revtral relics when the tin boxes are opened. Muhdkb moit Fori.?A short time ba^k, during the it<- fine weather, as a gentleman, who is a highly repectible manufacturer residing at Williamsburg, was kiuuslDg himself by a pleasant ramble on .the banks of lie rive, opposite New York. and not far from the powMrr magazine, he was suddeDiy shocked by perceiving ',1 body in tba water. Fortunately some of tbe handa in Ibis employment, not beiug far off, ha called one or two bftbein, and by their assistance, drew tha body of the mfurtunate deceased out of the river To their Inexpressible horror they beheld before them the body of a air and elegant young lady, about nineteen years of fge, of surpassing beauty. Kven In death the features of ier countenance wrre expressive of the utmost female .oveiinees. That she belonged to tha higher claas of iociety was'also evident fromfall the appearances which iccompanied her. Her linen was of the finest and noet delicate texture, her skin fair ana beauiful as alabaster, and around the ubst was a >?ir ot corsets of the most expensive kind, and richly 'oibroidercd. H?r frMk w?a nf A. rlflh lllr an/1 KaH ?wf_ lently been torn by violence in shreds from b<>r poison Long lioglets of bsautltul roft hair hung dishevelled over her now melancholy ftce, and hung down upon her Inely proportioned shoulders Such a form, ofsuoh fair Proportion* and elegant make, with a oountenanoe so 'air and lovely, ii seldom seen, or when seen Is the ob?ot of surprise and admiration. She had evidently been i bused, in a manner that makes one shudder, and then !>rutaUy murdered in the most heartless and eruel manner, and afterwards thrown Into the river. Her feet were fast bound together by a silk handkerchief tightly Lied around them, and on lifting her up, the parting hair, as It full on one side, disclosed a large wound and ghastly aperture on the baek part of her limly-shaped bead. No doubt some mourning and fond parents are still disconsolate and weep Ing at the disappearance of their beloved child, lit'.le dreaming, perhaps, or the cruel late which has befallen her, and, perhaps, their feelings harrowed up with dreadful surmisings und cruel suspicions towards her; perhaps even looking for her return home again, some <lay or other, degraded, as they fear, and penitent and tiumbleil! Whether the murderers have bsen discovered, or whether even any notioe whatever has been at all taken of such an appalling murder, and any measures .adopted to huve the body recognized, and to put the police on the alert, we are quite unable to s?y. The sad remains of the onoe lovely and beautiful girl were deposited, as we have been informed, some time back, with indifferent carelessness, to an unknown and unnoticed ?;rave, by the poor house at WilliamsburKh. it is true tbe careless formality of the coroner was oalled tor and ncted over the body, on the ecoaslon, but this was lneffdntual, we believe, in procuring any of those steps to be taken whioh undoubtedly ought, in all oases, vigorously and immediately to be followed up on ?uch awful occasion Who, or what family, can be cafe from aisaacination, if murder In taken no notloe of ? What i? to appal th? murderer, if he know* his horrid dead will sfiaroely excite attention, and will' not even be enquired into ?? Among the various ooDjeotures current as to the manner in which this terrible deed was perpetrated, while some say that there are In the citr of New York some Turkish baabaws, or something like them, who send their wires in sacks by night to be drowned in the Bosphorus, and others aver that suoh deeds of horror and darknrfts are but of too common occurrence, the most probable solution we have heard of the crime whioh his undoubtedly been committed, is the following, whioh we roluta as we have heard it stated. It seems, then, that it has been, of late, in tine weather, the nightly custom of many youDg persons in this city to sail from the upper piirt of the city iu boats, upon pleasure excursions, va that beautiful sheet of water the Kast River. Suine of those persons who thus pass their nights, are represented as being lioenttous and dissipated voug men, ready for any evil deed, and delighting to wanton in orime, which with them goes uausually by the gentler name of a "lark" or a "spree." It is supposed, then, that the unfortunate viotlm of lust and murder had, in the natural and amiable credulity of woman, been led to believe the false declarations and oaths ot one of the above sort of young men, swearing eternal love and oonstanoy, and had, In a fatal hour, bestowed her affeotions, perhaps, on one she, in her simplicity, believed as sincere and virtuous as herself. Thus led away, she wm, no doubt, easily induced to accompany her treacherous lover on an excursion by water some fine moonlight oveaing. The sequel tells Its own story. Here in a boat, with associates delighting in seduoing and destroying the lnnooent, perhaps according to a long prepared plan to get her there, i>ht< became the suooessive object and viotlm of brutality, and then, to oover the crime thus committed, another Orime of nitiless violence and barbarous mnrfw wan added;a crime already frightful enough from it* atrocity Suoh crimes oannot long go undetected and unpunished But though the actors in suoh deeds may, for a time, cnoape, they are not to be envied. Life to him who indulges in vice, excess, and crime, is a living death and a burning grave; and the punishment of a condemning guilty conscience, is a torment uuendurable. Sudden Death.?Coroner Walters was called yesterday to held an inquest at No. 36 Dcy street, upon the body of Ann Fisher, aged years, a native of England, who died suddenly from the rupture of a blocd vessel near the heart. The deoeased was unusually well and cheerful on Tuesday night, and retired at her usual hour, to every appearance, in good health, and felt no inconvenience until about 4 o'clock yesterday morning, when she had a difficulty of respiration. Her husband immediately went for a physielan, but she died before bo reached the house. The jury found a vferdict that she came to her death from the before mentioned cause Melancholy Accident.?Coroner Walters was also called yesterday, to hold an inquest in 20th street, between 9th and;lOth avenues, upon the body, of Joseph B. Halsted, aged 37 years, a native of New York, who was killed on Tuesday, by being thrown from his cart, at the oorner of Orange and Walker sticets. Verdiot in accordance with the loregoing faots. Infanticide.?Coroner Walters also held an inquest yesterday, at the Uth ward police station, upon the body of a female infant, which was found in the lumber yard of William Smith, foot of Stanton street, with the sknll very muck fraotured, and the brain congested. The jury found that the deoeased oame to her death by injuries inflioted on the head by some person or persons unknown to them. The Skwkm or New Yore.?The following statement relative to the aewera will be found to be of aome interest :? Contracted for prior to the 13f A day of May, 1847: 38th street, between 7th and 8th avenuea, Aug. 18th, IH-lti, 836 feet long, cost $3,426 07 24th atreet, between 6th and 8th avenuea, Not. 17th, 1846, 1805 feet long, cost 8,673 85 Maiden lane, between E. River and Broadway, March 3id, 1844, 3449 It. long, ooat 16,433 1 4 8:h Avenue, between 37thand4*d streets, Mar. 31, 1847, 1347 feet long, coat 11,763 84 On the line of this fewer there waa 3047 yards of rock removed at the ooat of $ t 80 per yard, in addition to the price paid for building the aewer. 6th street, between avenuea C and D, April 30, 1847, 381 feet 839 00 James street, between E. lllver and Chatham street, April 0, 1847, 1633 feet 8,304 66 36th street, between 4th and Lexington avenues, April 30, 1817,419 feet 1,258 39 3d Ktrn-t, between avenuea A and C, May 10, 1847,1496 feet 4,806 C6 John street, between East River and Broadway, May 10,1847- 1996 feet 9 685 66 Contracted Jor since the 13th dav of May, 1847. l?th street, between 9th avenue and Hudson river, June .'>th, 1847, 1334 f?jt $6,864 96 Water street, between Burling slip and Fletoher street, June 17th, 1847, 363 feet 1,041 97 loth street, between let avenue and avenue A, June 33d, 1847,718 feet 3,611 66 White street, between Chapel and Church streets, July 3d. 1847, 431 feet 1,484 31 Tha cl. ivur in VultrtTi afroot fn. M.. Iiiik 1817, bas been advertised for objeotlons l>v the Htrett Commissioner, and the time for confirmation does not expire until the <Jth day of December next, and there have been no bills made or presented to any person assessed for the work, nor oan there be until it is confirmed ; and instead of the cost being $10 ptrfoot; as erroneously stated in your paper this morning, it is less than f ft. *s will be seen by the follewinst statement, vix: The length of the sewer Is 'J141 feet, and '296 feet of culvert, with 13 receiving basins, at $8fl each, whloh cost f'J,963 86, or $4 90 per running foot of sewer ; and in this amount Is Included the plank for the foundation and sheet piling, together with surveying, inspeoting, collecting and advertising MARTIN E. THOMPSON, Street Commissionrr. Street Commissioner's Office, Nov. 30th, 1847. Tragkdy or Real Lifk?Early in the month of August last, arrived in this city from Montgomery, Alabama, a young gentleman, who located himself in comfortable quarters, at a boarding house on Sixth street. He was the favorite possessor of a pleasing exterior, an agreeable address, and an Inordinate share of the rare quality of Impudence. He gave his namo as franklin Ward, and was frequently beard to remark that his family was among the most distinguished in his native State. He was liberal, almost to prodigality, in his expenditures; and all who had the good fortune to mate his acquaintance, esteemed themselves in luck. The lady boarders of the house adored him, and the gentlemen condescendingly patronised his oyster parties and voted him a trump. The landUdy was blessed with one fair daughter, and no more, wbo conceived an ardent attachment for thehandeome Frank, and he, sharp i fellow, wai not now to discover tne wet a uectaration ensued, followed ijutckly by m contract on the part of our gay Lothario to wed the lady, so noon as he should receive the sanction of hli friends in Alabama. Weeks glided swiftly by, and Mr Krank'a exchequer began to exhibit unmlstakeable symptoms of exhaustion. Months had slipped away, an d so did our hero's last "shiner " Tne landlady, simple soul, grew fidgety?friends waxed cool, and all things began to assume a gloomy and unpromising aspect. All, save the fair bethrothed?the wrenged but still ardent and confiding victim (for saoh, alas, she had become) of the seducer's wiles?suspected that the liberal, gentlemanly, handsome and incomparable Mr Ward "was not what he seemed " Vesterday morning Mr. Ward did notiiae at his accustomed hour Several ot the gentlemen boarders had been robbed during the night. Home mourned their departed watched; others deploredtbelr purses and ~ pooketbooka; and the poor old landlady was inconsolable tor the loss of hall a dozen sliver spoons, which she had. on the evening previous, carefully locked up in tha dr?n??r. Altogether, there waa considerable commotion In . the house; some cursed their unlucky stars; some awnre at the city council and the police; othera took it coolly; urn! a lew sought oonsolation In a "nipper" of old rye bet re breakfast Notwithstanding tha unuaual noise about the preraiaea, Mr. Ward continued to Bleep on, undisturbed. Nine o'olock came?to did ten? eleyen? twelve, the frequent appeals at Mr. Ward's bedroom door were unanswered. A carpenter was at length called, who, forcing the door, discovered?nobody. The bird had flown. Mr. Ward had taken an unceremnnlnun departure for some more congenial sphere, aad with him Lad gone divers watches, rings and purses, never to return. On learning the heartless desertion of her *?du.'iT the youDg lady swooned, and awoke a raging kmiilac. At last aoooonti *he wm Is ft dmgarous litua Um.-ClMiwH iifnuli t ' he Cm* of BUhop Ondtrdook. In thc House or Biihom, Ootobar j8, 1im7.?Tha oommlttae to which, war* r?f?rr?d the latter m< OMOrial of the Rt. Rut. Berjamitt T. OndardoBk, D. D , bag leave to report that they have takea thoaa documents undar their moat serioua and delibeaaU consideration, anl have eome to the following oooolnataB*:? Tba application of tha memorialist to ba relieved from tha sentence of tha tteoleaiaatioal Court, by wbteh ba aunda suspended. without limitation. from tha offlea of tba episcopate and the ministry, cannot ba favorably regarded by your commlttaa. for several reasons. Klrnt beoauiin the memorialist, oaca conTlcted on unImpeacbed and ample testimony, ol the charge of immorality, oan hardly hope to exercise attain his high and holy offloe. to tba honor of (Jod and the edifying of tba Church, in the face of the same oomm unity. Tha offloe of a Bishop was conferred upon tha memorialist. not for jIs own saka, but for the benefit of tba church ; and therefore it is not for his saka, but for the welfare of the church, that the exerelae of It should eTer be committed to him again. Your committee do not maintain tha impossibility of his restoration, nor deny that he may hereafter aatlsfy tba ohurch of the strength of his claims ; but they do not conceive that it would be consistent with the high and solemn responsibility of the eplsoopal character, lor the Bishops to entertain the application of tha memorialist, until he c*n lay before them the most ample and satisfactory testimonials. Secondly: While your committee do not perceive that the repentanoe and reformation of the memorialist would of themselves, entitle him to be restored to the full exercise of his eplsoopal functions, and his charge of tha dlooese ; yet they are bound in candor farther to say, that ha does not stand In the position of a penitent. 80 far from this is the fact, that ba baa ohosnn. in his memo. rial, to be an aoouser of the law, of the oourt, and of tha witnesses; Had instead of confessing bis fault*, and profiting repentance for them, ha assumes the character of an injured man, and claims the remission of hla sentence aa a matter of right. Suoh being the ground on which the memorialist has ohosen to rest his application, It is manifest that the House of Bishop? could not grant it without incurring the reproach either of admitting the justice of his complaint, or of shrinking from the defenoe of the truth, through the force of olamor. If they were capable of deserving either of these imputations, they would show themselves unworthy of the confidence of the ohuroh, and altogether unfit to guard the holy administration of its discipline, whioh is oommitted to their care. But in none of the oeiuures of the memorialist can your oommlttee concur. Aa to the canon of 1844, under which he was tried and oondemned, the main principle that a bishop might be presented by any three bishops, aa well as by his own convention, waa introduced nine years before. The constitution of the church waa altered In order to admit the change, and the first oanon In whloh the principle wia embodied waa passed In 1841, with the most entire unanimity. The Home of Clerloal and Lay Uepwtles, in 1841, made no alteratlon'ln that principle, but only supplied the details which many conoelved to be necessary to it* practical operation. And the canon patsed by them was approved in the House of Bishops by the memorialist himself, and met with no opposition from any quarter. And on the trial of the memorialist under that oanon, not one word was said by him, or his able counsel, about its supposed unconstitutionality, nor about Its ex po$t facto operation. Neither waa there the slightest exception taken, or attempted to be taken, against any of the bishops that compound the court. Neither was there any assault upon the charaoter of the witnesses, nor any attempt to impeach their reputation for veracity. Neither, after the verdlot of "guilty" was deolared, and the respondent was called upon to assign bis reasons why sentence should not be pronounced, did he suggest a word against the canon, or against the legality of the whole proceeding ; nor did he even ask for a new trial, or review, as he manifestly should and would have done, If he or his couusel had supposed that injustice had been done him. The sentence which followed was pronounced by nine of the oourt, while tho other eight voted for his degradation. And of the validity and effeot of that sentence, your committee cannot have a moment's doubt. It stands, and must stand, in fullforoe, until it Is remitted hl? fhn aniKneU.. Q..4 _Wil~ ? sustain the proposition that the remission of that mtence is a porsible event, in contemplation of law, they deem it but justice to the memorialist and to the diocese of New Vork, to add that they oonsider the probability of its occurrence so slender and remote as scarcely to afford a reasonable basis for future action. In conclusion, vour committee respeotfully reoommend the adoption of the following resolution:? Resolved, That] the memorialist, have leave to withdraw bis letter and memorial. All which is respectfully submitted. T. C. Brow.nkll, John H. Hopkins, J. P. K. Henihaw, oeo. w.*. House of Bishops, Oct. 37,1817. The undersigned, without taking part In the argument of the committee, concurs In the resolution presented. 8am'l A. McCotaar. The above resolution was adopted by the house, the report entered upon the minutes, and a oopy ordered to bet sent to Bishop Onderdonk. Kallwuy Intelligence. The State of Georgia has prostcuted with great steadiness aud enterprise her system of railroads until now the main line from /.talaata has nearly reached the Tennessee river. This connection will soon be completed, and when finished, with other works now in progress. the Investment of Georgia in railroads will not fall short of fifteen millions of dollars.? Su?. Rrp. The citizens of Lima, Allen oounty, are discussing the propriety of making a railway from thenoe to intersect the Mad Itiver road at Kenton.? Cin. Gat. Practical liooUkeenlnir. Mr. !. I!. Harih. author of the popular wuik* on Bookkeeping. coutiuue? to teach at hi* moms, No. 88 Ledar street, day nuJ evening. Prospectuses, with tsrtna, kc , may be obtaiuea on application. llroderlee, UenieltM, Ulwiicblea ?C Kepareci & la mode de Paris.?Mademoiselle Martin recemmeut arrivee de Paris, olfre tea services aox {James de New York pour netto?er, reparer et raccummoder a neuf, tou'e sorte de dentelles, cols, bounets, nianchetles et broker its. Mile. M. demeure No. 101 Spring street, pre* de Broadway. Lmm and Embroideries Repaired and Cleaned in the French style.?Mademoiselle Martin, recently arrived from Paris,offers her services to the ladies of New Yoik, fir clesning.repairing. and arranging as new, all kindsof laces, cuffs, roflu, caps and embroideries. Her resideuce is at No. 101 Spring street,near Bioadway. Para, Fura, Fura.?The subscriber having just rec>ired a large assortment of the above article, consisting of Muffs, Tipreta, he., Stc , of the most recherche patterns, solicit* all who are about purchasing m take a peep at them, as he feels confident that he can *nit a11 tastes, both a* regard* price and quality. KNOX, 128 la I ton atreet, Sun Building. Fancy Paper and Paper Boxes, Cornucopias, motto |?pera, fancy note* for confectioner!, jewelry boxes, rouad and square boxes, m nests, fur druggista. pill boxes, Ike Quid, silver, copper, tissue, moroeeo, marble. Chineae and Spanish paper, paper neea, gold and silver borders, ornameuts. pictures, he. Also, boxes for wedding cakes, wholesale and rot.,I ,, i R I..,. <1 I IfBltT f- ..J importer. Portable Shaving Casea, of an entirely new tail compact construction, furnished with article*, the size of which do not detract Irom their usefulness. forming an elegaut nnd complete appendage to the tnilet.and also peculiarity ailxp'en to the wanta of the traveling public. Kor sale at G. HAUNUfcKb k bON'8, 177 Broadway, opposite Howard'a Hotel. Pocket and Pen Knlvea, Itaiora, elc.-A beautiful assortment of the above can be iceu at the subscriber. together wi h a large variety ol scissors. nail file* and polished steel goods. Razors grouud and act. Cutlery repaired. U. UAUNDKKS & HON, 177 flioadway, A f?w doors above Conrtlaadt itraat Gold Pen*, Diamond Pointed ?Purchaser* of Gold Pens will bear in mind that all raakera puttheir names 011 their best pens, and the names of cardiuala, chieftains, or fancy siampa on their aecund or inferior qualitiea. Tlioae who may wish to get a good warranted pan a' a low rate, ran find at the eitabliahment of JOHN W. ORKATON It CO.. No. 71 Cedar st-ett, the peua ol all the best makers, which'hey will aell wholesale and retail at reduced prices. Gold Tens repaired. HlchelUu Diamond Pointed Gold Pen?:_ TV... ... ,k. -i~. I. i. .i : - "?.tv ...w tuv will) jicuh UMI air, u uic (AilOU com off, oriT any imperfection whatever in ducuvered in the pea Iter h full trial, ii an be returned It i* offered to the public as emphatically the beat Mid cheapest pen 'D ti e world ? They are aold for $2 oaly, by B. K Watanu h Co., 44 William, one door balow Wall (treat, and J Y. Savage, 92 Rulton street, together with a large variety of gold and ulver pes and pencil caiea at the loweit prieea. Gold pena repaired. The Plumlie National Dggntrrelan Gallery, on the tipper comer of Brosdway^and Murray itreet, should be eiamined by all who are about to hare themselves tranalerred to a silver plate, and thereby rendered imperiihalile for ever. It can be laid with troth that Plurobe'a pictnrei are inimitable. Dr. itottwlok'i New Kletllral Book, la Jual publiahed by Burgess. Stringer U Co , 223 Broadway. I: may aim be lin.d of the author, 75 C lutnbti^ itreet. Price $1. Bee adverliaemeat on outiide page. Ilhcumatlain, 1'altia, and SUfTneaa of the jointa, swelling of the mnicular inbitaucei uear thrm, and other dut/easing lymitomi too well known to need description, may be effectually removed by the uae of lln/i ComCiund Syrup of Hydriodate of Pouaaa, Sariaparilla and Yelw Duck Hoot It ii recommended fn full confidence ai beinga specific,and meda but a trial to convince the moit credulous ol ita surpriaiiig propertiei. Prepared and for aale by C. 11 King, Orngtiat aad Cheinut, 193 Broadway, corner John itreet I'elne'e Orrln Tooth Paate.; For white Teeth and tweet brealli. there ii nnthirg like it, and for toothache it ia infallible?at 25 and ?t rente e?ch. Ladiea who deaire a brilliant completion aie the Tablet of Pearl and Alabaster at 25 I ceuia per bot; or the Pernan Vanilla Soap, alwaya used by the Orientals ; or Sir Ai'ky Cooper'* Lotion for pimpled facei, at JO centi each. To Parity the Blood?Dr Tnwe enita' Sjiaiparilla, $1 ; (Or. Btandreth'i, Wrikht'i, Sinith'i, Lees'or Gilbert'* 1*i111) Kor Ketnale Comt laiule?Dr. Van H'mbart's Prli. tl, or bandeloc<|ue'i Pilla, 7J cenu. Kor lale at E.|M. GUION'S. 127 Bdwtry. The cheapest and beat place In the city to get Booti and Shoes, ia at Jouea's, 4 Ann itreet, aear the American Museum. He sella hu best trench Calf Dreu Boon at f I X>, and a hrit rata Boot he will Mil at ti Yon can alio cat a very nice pair for $350, and ai to his wHerproof and c<>rS sole Boo'i, they cannot be beat in price or finality, and farther more, all goods sold by our friend Jonet, of No. 4 Ann street, are warranted to give entire latiifaetion to the pnrchaier The Nonpareil India Rubber Boot, with or wiikoul leather lolri, miniifac'uied eicluuvely for th? Goodyear Hubber Warahouie; a beautiful inbititute lor the ordinary hootiand overihoei, enabling the wearer to defy the poweri of mad or moiiture . or, to tlioie who prefer tnern. rinhher Overihoei, of the mcitellegantfall patterni, compared with which the old-fashioned Rubber Mii.ei are an abiolu'e deformity, into which the loot ol no gentleman, and especially lady, iho-il't again be tluuit: together with an eudlesa variety of Pa:c-nt Metallic Hubber i>abrici. may be found at the Warehome, 100 Broadway, opponte Trinity Church, the only place authorized to adorn ita banner with the name of the one, only, aud immortal patentee?Charlea Goodyear. Ilnlr t atting and Trimming Whlakera _ Whilst Secretaty Walker, by hii late order, ii making preit havoc among the dead-heads ill a certain building, peruming to government, Hill, the inimitable Hair Cutter, at No. 1I Nassau street, is rmbeliihing by hii prolonnd experience aud undi-viaiing skill, the living headier the upper and lower crait of mciety. Itdeed, in widespread n bia faute, that periobi eoine from all Lurtiof fiew Voik and iti vicioiiy, merely to poiiesi ihewieivii ol l>n judgment, a* tu tn* nyle? mo*i he. romiNf Ui*l> pMMM OUT HAUVT. WwtoMd?r, dm. ujp.a. The stock atrUt son tin um withowt amy material Iteration. Ths tendency of prices ?u upwards, bat the Improvement imIM *u trilling. At the ta* board Treasury Note* want up S' P? cant; Farmem' Lou, X ; Long Island, X ; Norwich and Worcester, X! Heading, X i Harlem, X Reading Bonda and Morris Canal eloaad at prloaa currant jeiterdajr, and Reading Mortgage Bonda fell off XAt tba taeond boatd there was a alight falling off In j Harlem, with moderate sales. Other stocka remained about the same. CtThe steamship Aoadla, from Boston for Llisfool,oar- j rled out $404,000 in specie. The stsamahip Hibernia, from Liverpool for Boeton, has I been at sea nearly thirteen dajs, and will be due, with I fifteen days later Intelligence from all parts of Korope, on Saturday. It Is the general impression that adrloes by j her will ba much more favorable than the last, and ths arrival of the Hibernia is looked for with much anxiety. The annexed statement eihlblta ths quantity of certain artloles of ootton, worsted, and linen manufacture, exported from the United Kingdom of Great Britain to Mexico, In the first six months in each of the past four years. We give this table for the purpose of showing what the trade with Mexloo has been in these artloles, what it is, and what It can be made again: ? Ei*oktation or Britiih miinrrictuaei to Meiiuo. Jan. uttojaiv \il, 1814. 111). 1816 1117. Cotton y* u, No I, Ibi... 1,111 ? ? ? Do No. 2. Ibi.... 14,050 13,7*0 17,452 3.400 Oambricianri inuilini, yd?. 5,MS 41 884 17,116 ? Calieoi plain, yda ... Ill,413 1,286,891 531.329 123 270 liueu, roxd, yds. 2,760 20,75) 3.674 5,829 Coida, velveleem, velvet*, lie , yarda ? 9 509 ? ? r*lico?,|iiiDt'd?cdyao,yJ*. 1.4M 684 3,275.922 3,131,208 216,305 Hoaiery, dozena 323 836 1.328 ? Shaw U and hdkla doz... 100 1,601 St.TM 3,4*1 Lace, lie., yda 3.796 76.918 43 167 ? l uruuincrUed coti'n h'Ji. C 3)8 447 98 ? This trade was In Its most prosperous condition In 1843. In that year Mexloo famished extensive markets for the British oallooes; the imports into that oountry for that year being more than trn militant of yardi. The exportation of oallooe from Great Britain to Mexico, In the first six months of 1848, waa 4.6(11,816 yards, and to the United States, for the same period 11,716,668 yards. This shows the importance and extent of the trade with Mexloo in this single article. The falling off in this trade, In the first six months of 1817, has been immense?the Importation of several descriptions of ootton manufactures into Mtxieo have ceased altoiriith?p Th?f. marknf hta nnf KjMn annnliaH with fliikM i articles from any snuroee, and the oonaumptloa hw be?n suspended. Aetire hoetllltles between the United State* and Mexico commenced In May, 1840; immedl. ately after the blockade of the porta took plaoe, and the imports were reduced to a very limited amount. The capture of Vera Crux took plaoe in March, 184? ; immediately after whioh the porta were opened, a new tariff of dutlea eetabliahed, the wheela of commeroe were again put in motion, and the importations came in pretty faat. We cannot, however expect any trade of conaequenoe with the Interior until the roada are opened and aafe to travel upon. There must be a great want of foreign manufatures In the Interior of Mexioo. A population of about ten millions oonaume Immense quantities of ootton goods, which must be supplied from some external souroe, and hereafter there will be a more equal oontest between the manufacturers of Great Britain and those of this oountry, for the monopoly of the Mexioan marketa. We stand in the best position for tupplying the demand for cotton goods from that quarter, and suoh is our confidence in the enterprise of our eastern manufacturers, tbat we hare no doubt they will avail themselves of thla opening. To enable them to do thia thoroughly, to oontrol theae marketa perfectly, it may b? necessary to Americanlxe the porta, to make a discrimination tariff Id favor of Amerloan manufactures and products, that we may stand upon a mora favorable footing than otbar nations. There are many who advocate the free opening of the ports to Amerloan products; but the government depend too much upon a revenue fron imports to make the trade so free. A difference of live per oent in our favor, would be all that is neoessary to secure us the bulk of this trade. There are numerous ootton manufactories in Mexico. In 1811, there wera fifty-three factories, havlog 131,280 (pinuiM, wmcn consumed about 3,000,000 pounds of cotton manually, being about 1,000,000 pound* more than the production of lb at country, at that time. The raw material oan be produced in Mexico to a much greater extent then ever yet re all led, and we have no doubt but that this element of wealth will inoreaie as rapidly a* all other*, when there la a proper mixture of tbe AngloSaxon race. There is not a richer eowntry on tbe face of the em-th than Mexico, and It is a matter of much astonishment to those who hare visited it, that sucb a peopis should have inhabited it so long and developed no more of its resource*. It undoubtedly has been left by the supreme Iluler or the universe, for tbia country to extend it* protecting arm over the kilter republlo, to give it eound and wholesome laws, and otrillie lta Inhabitant* ;W? (hall place Mexico, ai a country, In a more favorable petition than she has ever yet enjoyed, distribute the wealth of her mines over the world, extend her commerce, and give her a rank among commercial nation* second to but few. Wr can regenerate and dls enthrall the people of that magnificent country, and It is our destiny to do so. It never was Intended that suoh a rich and fertile section of the world should remain In the possession of ? half civilised race. The annexed statement exhibit* the value of imports and nxnorta ot Matamoras. on the Hio (Irtnd for ?h> year 1843, showing aim the tonnsge employed, disttngnlshlng the flag, and the Amount of duties on itnpdfe, exports, and tonnage Commerce or Matamo*a??Vauit. or IxroKTt Ann KtroRTi, 1m43. Impmrtl. Linen good* $100,819 90 10'ton good* 337,345 Ml Woollen good* 19.94a 90 Silk goods. . 31,387 00 Liquors, Sto 3V869 39 rrovl'lon* 64.431 06 Meiohandlcs 14,467 00 Medicine 3.760 00 Machinery 70 333 on Furniture 7,MM) 00 Lumber 7,369 90 Books and stationery 508 00 Other articles 7?o 01 Total $609 973 4/> Export!. MItt $488,806 00 (>old 479 00 < Op per I SI 04 L?ad 36 00 Wool 14,386 00 Lion skins 36 00 Hides 136,433 00 Total f .VJ1,18.1 04 Tonnage Kmploytd. Sptclsh, t Bl 98 Krench, " no American, " 2,303 Total number of vessels Si Jtmnnnt of Dulin. Impcrt $240 606 10 On? per cent, law 9.932 34 ! Average 4,945 03 i Tonnage ; 3 S17 60 i Ten per cunt law, (de onmiumo) ahs 70 I I" Ire per cent law 26 804 09 Two per cent export duty on gold ooln . 0 HO I'hree and a half per cent on silver 3,470 00 six p?roent on stiver 11,031 89 Two per cant, (de clr<Ailaolon) 1.674 30 Four per cent a 890 60 Total *314 fi09 91 1 A very large per cent of the exportation waa In gold j and ailver, and nearly the whole of the balance In hide*. I The above return* ahow what, description of good* were at that time In demand at that port. The moat later eating and extraordinary part of the above statement li , tbat relative to duties. It will be saea that the amount | of revenue la more than fifty per oent of the aggregate . value of Importa; that only about two thirds ot the revenue waa from duties on merchandise Imported, the ; balance being from tonnage, export duty, Jco , ftc , kcj If our government levied duties or taxes at this rata, and strictly enforced tha payment, a revenue of thirty millions per annum could be secured from tha porta of Mexico alone. The per cant doty upon Imports was about fifty per cent. Tha exports from Boston to Mexloo, for the weak end* log Not. 2fltb, were as follows Domestics. 43 paokagee; ...4lu im I?ln) MIV>? -.11. 1 k > * r~?*1 ???"i umj, a ton*; paper, 1001 ream*; pepper, <10 ban*; tea, 40 cheat*; clov**. IA bbl*; lard, ?8k*g?; flnh, 3ft package*; oil, 10 bblg; bulter, 17 24 lb*. Tha Yankee will noon carry en a large trade In *uch thing*, and receive in retain for their ehipmente, hard dollar*. It In a vary extraordinary faet, that the Motion of tha Union moat oppoMd to tha conqu?it of Mexico, will b? in reallty moat benefited by the aoquleitioa of that country. The New England States, on account of their great manufacturing intereeta, will be more benefited by the opening of the Mexican trade, and the abolition of thoee reatrlotiona whioh have heretofore exl?t?d, than the Southern or the Weitern State*. Mule j U to a certain extent a oetton and jraln growing oountry, and would therefore, come more into competition In theM artlolei ; wltk the ^utbern u4 Wnttrs wrtloM of iblt cou?? j tm try, while tha aaaUrn ^ftitiNri would ba able, wllfe MgMy dieorlminatlwrflBNaa la Mr fkvor, to alaMt nioaopoliM the auppl/ q|i??tfia gwda Ut Mart?a aarketa Very few of.thea Mytt tea thb reanit, or their oppoaiilon to the war wouM not b? ao bltUr. Wa hall toonaee a Tery great change In public opinion, in 1 that Motion, upon tblj queetioo r. Stock Bxehanitf I 40* Tr'jr Notee6'i 100>i 1? aha Moriia Caual 9V i UM do Hit 1? Nor Sc Wot R St1* 2 Ofc htate 6'?, "00 l?J* too Viekaburg 'j j 5000 Pauu atOafM T])i IM 4s conwil tftO 18* 7M OIho 6 , M 98 icu Loan lalad Railroad 28 48000 K??diu* Bond. 7tK M Bo b .O UK looe Mcadiug Moilg S(W 50 -Jo 2 jj 400 aha Heading KH 6<>}, iO Harlem Railroad 42 '? do Mf, JiO Ti 42U M0 do bow 61 WW 4> ?C IM do wiV 50 Jo b10 41? WO do r.od 62 4o M0 41W >00 do b?0 62'* St do 42H M0 do b?0 UK IM do 4<S 4M Farmers' Truit 26:-< SO do bit 4l? 21 Morru Caual 10 4tt do 42 g# on(| rxl GSt alia Harlem Kailroad 42 ltt ilka Readies R | bit 60\ 1(0 do ,10 41?i 100 do 60% '.n ,it' mi r ti.'i 150 do loo 4ltf 150 Caatoa Co 2B?J 1 liO Bevimg Railroad <11% 50 do 2H>i 50 do btt ?1M w Stock Exchange. INhiaen'UR .3(1 26?i 201 ihs Harlem IB bl 42 J 50 H<trleai R K m, too do s* 42>i 1 100 do 41!i 50 do >3 41k 1 50 do 41% 50 do *0 4l? < 104 do 42 50 Loi| Island R B AT 20 < 100 dn 4?W 50 Beading RR M ?0X 50 do 13 4lX 50 do blO 61 100 do (3 417? CITY TRADE REPORT. New York, Wednesday Afternoon, Da*. 1 1 Daring thi afternoon, holders of flour were again Bora firm In tbair demand*, and saler la some cases, wore mad* at a slight advance ; but, towards the oIom of 'ohange, salts ot Genesee, Oswego, &o , were made at yesterday's iiuotatloos. The fact being generally believed that the oanal had eloied at Albany, seemed to produce no impression upou the market. Males of wheat were pretty freely made, including chiefly parcels of western, on terms stated below. Corn was less qulok, while prices remained about the same, with moderate transactions Rye was not in sueh good demand as on yesterday. Oats were steady, while meal remained unchanged Pork was inactive. Some sale* of lard, and of hams, with shoulders, were made an terms stated belmr. O-ocerles oontlnued rather quiet, the chief sales being made by auotlon. Ashes? Sales of AO bbls. of pots were made at $3 76 and omall sales pearls were reported at 97 60. ,/Bkkiwax was inactive at 22o. BusADiTTKKi? Flour?Hales of 600 bbls. Oswegnwere reported at *0 36; sale* of straight brands <>esot*?. in handsome order, were made at $0 60, and 1100 do ratner fancy do, were sold on private terms; aatJOO bbls. Oswrin separate lots, were sold at I8\, and about 2200 bis fair quality Genesee were sold at $0 26; 200 bbls straight brandf Michigan, sold at 18449 bbls. damaged New Orleans were sold at $6. In Southern there was very little doing. We note sales 200 bbls. Brandy win* at $6 76, aalea 'J00 do Ohio fanoy, w*r* mad* at $8 76ad ri7X. IKAfat-gaUa of 3000 bunheln of lllin*U or Chioago, were mad* at 1 J6c: 1800 do Weatera delivered, eold at 130c; 2000 do Miohigan soli at the nam* prioe.'and 1500 do Oenrsee sold at 130o. Orn? Sale* of 2*3000 bushel* Wee tern mixed were made at 72a73o; 26<i0 do nold at 73o; and 1000 do new yellow sold at Utic; Meal?Sale* of 1000 bbla Clucinnatl or Western were made at $3 I2>?, and 260 do. New Jersey, at $3 44 a $3 M). Aye?Hales of 2000 bushels were reported, at K8o, and 4000 do, at 8;t}?o. Rye Flour?The last sales were made at $4 82>? Oati?Salen of two cargoes were made at 60o. Barley?We beard of no Mies. Recetvlt down the Hudion Itiver, Nov. 30. Klour 17,600 barrels. Wheat 7,600 bushels Rye 16.200 " (Camulrs?There was no change in prtoes Cofkkc?B vies ot 100 bags llio damaged were made, by auction, at 4%o, oash. There was not mueh doing from first hands. Cotton?The market was quiet to day, ahippers having withdrawn, and-epinntra buying sparingly. The entire aales of the day did not exceed tiOObales, at prites equal to 8'?o for fair uplands. I . j'nH?There was noohange in cod, which was steady at about $3 6i>?. Sales of 300 bbla of mackerel were reported, Including No. l's, at $8, and No. 2's, at $8. The market continued rather heavy. Kmuit?8ales of about 1400 boxes bunch raisins were mad* at $1 70 a $1 84 to $2? the latter for the beat quality. Hoir was quiet at $140 a $150 for American dew retted Sales of 80 bales dew rotted, Amerioan, damaged, eld by auotion, at $120 per ton, oash. Lead?No sales of moment transpired. Prices were Mid to be steady, with tales on private terms. Marki r?A sale of 68 blocks Italian ?h mad? by auction at 3 a -IJi cents per foot, 4 moa. Natal Storku?Sale* of spirit* turpentine were made at 38e , raw continued quiet and nominal, at J.2 75. There was no change in roein. I Oil? ? Linseed?Sales of 8,000 gallons Kngllsb were made on private terms. Small sales by tl?e cask were made at 85 cents. American olty pressed, we quote at 57 cents; oountry. ia barrels, was worth 64 a 5A oenta.? Sales of loO barrels shipping whale, were made at 32 ota; for sMeoted do 36 cents continued to be demanded ? There was no ohange In orude sperm, or manufactured. Pbotuiohs?Men pork was held at $14 AO, and prime do, at $0 jO. Sales of 7a bbla. prime were made at 99 37)4. Salea of 1000 hams and shoulders were made at 8 cent* far the former, and at ti cents Jor the lattei Heef? No <Shan?e. Lard?Bales ot *50 bbls. were made at fX a 10 oentl, according to quality, and t>0 do sold at 9'? eu , Butter?Seles were making to n fair ritent sales ; packages, including ooininon Ohio, at 11 a I l,S. end prime do, at 13 oents, and this State at ot*. ( hers* continued very dull, and was inactive at t>Xo. Kick?Sales of tfOO tierces were made at $3 > to $.1 AO for good to prime quality. Suuar?The market was quiet, and no sales of mo uimil weio repunou, wuuo mom HUUV uittciiw (luaagg in prioes Whalebouc?Sales were reported at some decline on previous rates, though particulars were considered uncertain. Wiiiskey?Sales of ISO bbls. Including Western and States prison, were made at 'J8 to J6X ets. Small sales drudge were made at 27 ots. Wood?360 logs rosewood from Rio Janeiro, were sold by auction, at aa average of >18 per log. 4 month*. Kur.ii.Hn ?4000 bbls dour were engaged for Liverpool, at Is 6d; beef, In tleroM, was taken at 3s to 4?; cotton, at Jfd to 3-lttd; cheese at 20s, and seed at 4s, per tierce. To London, ch?ese was takrn at 30s to 34s. To Havre the rates remained the same. T11H MKMBKH8 OK NKW YORK LODOK, No. IS, I, O. of O. >'., arc hereby notified to meet at their Hill, on Friday. 3d intt , at one o'clock, 1*. M., fur the purpose of payinn the last tribate of lespect to our Inte worthy Brother, Robert ttibree. The order in general are respectfully iniated to attend. J AS. F aNWINO, N. O. dlft're IlfUCNCH BKNEVOLKNT SOtlh.TY.?At the annual in-c(iuii of this Society, held on the 2*J h of October, 1817, at .\lesara Uelin nico's, the Preaident maile his report, showing tlm following remit: Receipts?krmn one hundred and ninety nbacribers, $2I?0 41; interest on two hnuda, $510; donations, fine* and snndnes, H'.?7 ;?7?mnkiug $3108 01. iLipeusra?Paid I lii" limit, wood mill cunt, 11M9 18; aniilnice ia cull, $1169 II; i pwagei 'o Kr.inre, travelling expen?ei Co the interior, )niuiit a, ! Jtc , ?..'i# 8i?makui! txfl'tt I)?Leaving a nl $2)0 9?. The committee iifadniiiKtrition, ilrc'ed fof i li eftM111? and '<1, in u I'ollowt: Mcim Eugace l.enttllioii, t'reiiilent; L. H. I Binue, lit Vice Prend'iit; Charlei Bnuuaflr, 2d Vice Preu| dent; Henry De Courcy, 'I teaiurer; ii. K?ullia*ui. Hecretaiy. ComhmuM?Mimt>. Dqmi vv. Berault. 11. i??i n. v, A| Kcliarte Juici L Kiimre, P. W Lacoite, C liar lei *i'incal, W. Barr, Jiieiih Michcl, Ariitidei Martin. riiynrmn? ,\'e?iri. tleiger, Trndeiu, Legrnid, Kiemuicrer, i)e Halm and B*diuier. Apothecary? Mr. John Milhtu. d2 2t*m TA MK KTINCJ OK TUB (JILMAHTIN < HJ AM I), lie d at tlie Sixth WarJ Hotel, on Tuvidiy Kveniug, Nov. I HI, 1817, the following rcinlntinni were offered and unaniI montly adopted:?Keanlved That we tender oar compliment! I to tlie ladiei who io highly honored ui by the presentation ol a mmt iplendid wreath on our lirit aucual Target Ktcurnon, I N'tv 2V 1817 Rem I veil, That ton ranch plane caunot be i given to Mr. Lynch, of the Thatchtd Cottage, Jeraey cty, for hii L'uod aecomnieda'ioii and excellent dinner provided lor m on the nccaiion, and do hear ily recommend him to rnm|?mei oil g on Target Kiennioni. Heiolve4, alio, to Lothian'i Hand for iheir well executed and ipleudid election of mutic. By order of the Company. M. 11AKKISON, Comd't. J. Vie Go wall, Hec'y. de4 It* rc A t/AH.II.?The New York Cgitmeu'a Light Uiiarili tike pleainre in teudenng to Mr. Collin*. of Bull'i Kerry, a votexf tliauki for hi* kind ?nd gentlemanly attention on the 2Mii imu, and aim to Mr. Dingle and hi* band fur the valuable lervicei rendered bv him tlie mine da r. Hy order of the Company. Capt. C.I'. BUL.WINKLK, Prei't; D. Oi.mithi. Secretny de> It*re 'PHE FOLIC K GAZI^TTK of thia werk will contain the X air|tul<<r url intereatinK testimony cl the aon ol .Mr. Coito;i, chanted Willi mi attempt to shoot Dr. Hilev; as also th> t 111 VI r. Bolen llic Oat Mafetr. ?n the Science of Kiploaion of [Vrcussinn Capil l.u ?s K 11 oiinli. the Auctioneer of Cam! atreet, on Hectet Communications; ami Charles OVonur, omheLaw .ui'l peculiar Lejal I'naitinas of Cnunsil? formiiu the r.morv of a ?tenu|{e sta'e of society in New Ynr*. Also, the it mirkahle life of Col Monroe t dwards, the aeromplialitil fo'ger, wi'li an ?ug.'?vin(. Corrfpundeuof?Mashal Tnpeyaad the Operations of h'a Kriendi in Boston; Old Ka(au; The Arifjl; Kzra Styles Kly, Holomon Vfkers; Chris, and B>II H?(Iim; The Camden Murder; < ouatahle Schlcmm, and the Oaofs of Thievea and Constables in fhiladelphia Loud -n Letters of th'illlDg interest, U.ic* Cortespondeaee, fcc. K.ditoriil?Keligioo and Wskh?The Tope and New York Volunteer!; Madam Heatell; Krauda in Coal; Jodiit Hred and the (..himhermai'l, Itc Alao. the ' Trial of Kertelf," complete In 40 p'tiea. for a?le by all our ngenls. d? It in AN I) tAll?Dr. POWkXL attends eiiusively to *- nueasesoi me ana ir<<m!i t> < o clock, nt ms office, 261 Broadway, corner of Warren atrtet. Or. Powell'a Treautr ouilie Kye.iti diseases and their cure, with cute'** rioic?, rulea for the selee'ion of ape fades. *e. Price titty centi; cin lie hid at hia office, and of all hooksellera. Jint imported, Artificial Kyea. ol superior haautr and fiuiali. The public a>e r"| it itrd to cull and mpiu Dr. I'owrH'a Hell Acting Kye Koii>iuiu, or Jet, or Dmehe Bath, for strengthening tlieeyei. which has juat receivrd a diploma at the Kairof th* American Inatitute. dt 11 n> Ai.AKIJ?L>K. WtiKKLKK. Oculitt, receives patieuta at hia reaideoce, >9 Greenwichafreet ererv morning from ?, A. M., to I o'elocli, P M , afrer which hia prirtice ia e*;lusirely direeied to out-door patients. Diseases of the Kye. no initterofhow Ion* standing, or how obatinite nam re, effectually eradicated wiihont surgic tl operation Hefereneea to the inoat respectable fimiliea in the eirjr. Artificial Kyes iaae>l?"t. an < tor aale on reaaonahle terms. uTI 3tHa I M'h'ne 'Ptl HI' l ? HC.HH--We.tem M?i..iga JSkiii, lor aale cheap a. at II Piatt street?i|i utairs <12 3t*in EUtfc'.NCH LANUUAOtl?Proreas?i RICHARD'S Aeai -F ilemv. lfl I Broad eiy. I,essoin in tlie Krench, Spiunh, llalim. <ie: mill and tiigllsli L?Dgn ig?s, after a i.t w and pnir ttcal system never before etluhitcd in thit country. Special teachers deployed lor I irgmg e An astonishing success hia heen ohuiaetl by this method Letsnns at the AcadeinT (ID per (iitrter Prirate l.eitons | It por riuatter. ? HI' II All II, Ijirect ir of ilie Acviriny. ill H?W OR HALL ?An intereit in a variable Patent Iiight for -F the manufacture of an aiticle of the mos'geueral m< and i contumption. mid Tor which there cm h< u . mb'titiite. The I invention nfftrt great indacerariHi to tny one withtng to iu?ettin thi? description of property. The object of the tdeer* titer it to mi* ihi menu neteiurv t> path the ule of ihe P*tent. t> ihe rntrket price of the inimufiictiiicH trticle it now tl * high tumdtrd. Addrett ' Improvemrut," ?: thit oirice, tttting where *n intetview rvi he hud. <j '* NOTICK?A Mecrinif of the Rtoeldio Mert of the Dridje wnter Coi per Mining Covpmr, f t* the wirpote or electI ing |)ir?ntori loi the emning yetr. ?n<i lot the oBt'Uerttioii ufpth*r mit'em, which win be It id belor# ?h# m? will Mheld BT ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Terrible SiyiMtaa, Imtih. VV -j nil it r. M. i Cast. Wheldm, <rfthe*ehr ebon Atklai. 6obCim faytten 14th alt., report* that Information had Mm re eived at that place, that the Haytlea man-of war back Vautilu* bad been blown up In tha harbor of Poet an >iine?, killing ninety penoui. No further particular* * jT?n c UldlUoqal ParUeu*w? of the Um or tit* t Steamer Phenli, AU4?i. Dae. i, l(w7. Farther particular! of the loea of the eteaeaar Cheats, 11 * UUe Michigan, have been reoeited la thte etty. [? 4#tej? to twen>y-tt?e eoMa paiaeigara loet, whoee Stare notfirea. thereU a Mi. Wait, ladjrandehUd, ind Mr. Klak and lady. all of Haelae; Mm Heath and liter, of Little k'ort; Mr*. Lang and child, of Milweukie; I. Barrow*. Chicago; D Bliafc, Houtbport; two Mleeee laxelton. Sheboygan. Tboee aared In the Mat were all be crew of the rheaix. The clerk aad engineer ef the teaser, and OU9 paaeenger, Mr. J. Long, were taken out >f the water by the Delaware. 'Ill* W rattier anil lite Canal. Bi rrAto, Ueo 1,^1947. The canal, notwithstanding the verere oold weather, | main* navigable, but ihlpmenU of produce are very lght, and ohiefly male for ihort dlatanoee. The ap- I Jearance* iudioate another fall of anew or rain; should i t warm spell intervene, It may cm some days txilore the somplete stoppage of navigation The harbor kMp* 1 >pen, and the arrival* are fair for the season. Tit* Wcatber, albany. Ueoember 1. The weather ia more mod- rate, but the canal la still sloeed. Home six or eight boats, between her* and Schenectady,will be forced through. Specie for Europe. Boston, Dec 'let?P. M. The steamer Aoadia took out $4U4,U00 in specie. L<egl*iaUve Pi oreecliiiga Alkamv, L)eo. I, 1847. knatb. The bill to Incorporate a society for the Kduoation of Colored Children in Mew York, wae debated at length, mainly on the ground whether the objeota of the applicant* could not be obtained by a general aot. The bill went to the Literature Committee. l'ha Clinton Monument Association Bill was under debate on the vary same question. BUI to authorize banka to change their location. Report againat .bill to refrulate salaries of Clerk, Relister and Harrogate of New Vork, were also under debate. The C linton Monument Association Bill wac lalj on the table. asskmhi.v. i Mr. T. Smith repoiW against the bill to regulats the I salary of the Coroner of New York. The Senate's bill relative to the mode of making return* by banks, was reported with an amendment, by filing on any Saturday instead of any day, so that tin banks may make their regular weekly or semi-weekly statements accordingly, and thus save them the unnecessary trouble of making a special statement on a day different from the one on which their regular st%tements are usually made. The Oronoko Steam Navigation Bill was ordered to a third reading The MU relative to the County Clerk. Sto., of New York, was pawed in committee and reported to the House. Krom the South. [Telegraphic Cor of 1'hlladelphia Bulletin J Richmond. Deo. 1?1 P. M ?The mall has again failed to reaoh here from beyond Wilmington, N. C. The last dates reoelved in your oitvby express are, consequently, four days in advance of tne mail. It is presumed that the cause of these detentions has been neavy freshets in South Carolina and Alabama. The papers received contain no news of intorest, and we are without an item In our place worthy of transmission. Several members of Congress have passed through northward and some are still In the city, while many others are behind in the missing mail trains, if travel at the South has been seriously interrupted, as it was last winter to the extent of eight censecutlve days, it may have an important bearing on the organisation of Congress The chances will be favorable to the whlgs, as a large majority of the Southern members, liable to detention, are democrats. Tht Markets. CixctM'iiTi, Dec. l.? Flour?The market continued steady, and sales of 1000 barrels were made, including country and city mills, at $4 73 a f.V Wheat?Sales of 1000 bushels good Ohio were made at $1. Nothing ef moment dene in eorn. Hogs?Salis of a00 head were madeat $3. Lard?Sales of J00packages of old ware mad* at 6>?e; old pork was inactive, without ohange in prices. Whiskey?Sales of 'J00 barrels rectified, were made at 17*0. The river continued tn prime boating order. Pittsburgh, Dee. I.?Flour?The market ?u dull, and prices bail a downward tendency. Small rales were made at $-1 Id a $4 ?V>ic. Corn continued steady, without sales of moment. Oits were lnaotlve at -J6o. Pork?Small Bales of old were making at$8 70 a $8 87H for mess. Seed Sales of flaxseed were making at tlOo. a 98c. Whiskey remained the same. The rUer was again falling, and wo report & feet 3 inches in the chanBurriLo. Dec. 1?Hour.?The market was firm, and we note aalea of 2000 bbls. Western brands, at (6 ? Wheat?Sale* of'Moo bushels were made. Including Racine, South port, ttc , at UOo., and Cleveland and Milan at$l 08. In oorn, holders were somewhat firmer; but no sales of moment transpired. Rye was steady. High wines, no change. Ktctipts during the previous twentyfiiur hours: Hour, 3000 bbls , ooru, none; wheat, 3A0W bushels. Canal still navigable ; shipments light. ALHinir, Deo 1.?There was nothing of moment doing in Hour or grain. The prices for the former remained unchanged Wheat and corn were held some firmer, but buyers failed to meet tellers to any extent, upon the terms asked. The cold weather last night, has closed the canal. Since my last report, and up to the closing of the canal, the receipts of flour have amounted to 11,(M'0 barrels. There was said to be floating lee In the river above, thU mornlag. Boston, December, 1.?Hour?The market continued firm, and sales of 2000, bbls were made, including Ciena pee, Oiwego, and strait brands Michigan>^t,$0 l'i>4 a li Jo Wheat? No salei were reported. Corn?Hales of 4000 bushels were made, including Western mixed, at 78c, and yellow do, at Hie. Hye continued steady at 106o Oats?Sales of 2000 bushels were made at f>5c Whiskey?No change. Transactions In provisions were ctilenjr cnnQncd lo in? retail irauo. No alteration In freighti!. Slilp|>ln|( Intel ilgenrc. Bootoh, Dec 1?Arr brig Co-ocli* ?<:ha Kben Alkini, Wheldito, Lapa llaytien; Howard, M A Appleton, J Q Allium, Native American, J Coujey fc to, Wolcolt, t ordova, Oueco.juno, Cottace, and Bea Mfw, nil from New Vork; Highland, end Mi in it r I from Albany. OIWAKHKN, Auctioneer.?GHOl:KKIK8 ?Tlii j day, Thuraday, Uee. 2d, 18<7, ai in^ o'clock, at 192 Canal at,, a general aaaortment of Ireah framily Oroceriea, conaiattug of superior gieeu and black te.?, wiuen aud lui'iora, irgnra, t.ibacc i, pickles, preteres, sugar, nil", map, raoillca, starch, rice, moUsses, tapper, ap'ce, oil and oil carta plntlurm aud counter, seal's, weights, measures, eouotera, fixtures, ke.lic. Hale positive. dt It*w J\V. IIIKiWn, Auctioneer.?HOL'ih I- I KNiMtllNU UOOUM, Kl HNITI KK Inc.?J.MV. Brown will aell, thia day, Thursday, Dec. 2, at 10)4 o'clock, at No H2 Broadway. by order of Assignees, a large amck of Houiekee|uog Ailiclea, comprising rich Silver Mated Ware, Dixon's m,d American Britaunia Ware, steel Kire Seta, ivory and other Table Lu'lery, Tea Trm?, Solar Lamps, gilt aud brouxed Girandoles. Alao. an aisoitmeut of Ku iutore, new and gecoud hand, comprising Boreaiu, 8?.faa. walnut and mahogauy lii .lirei?li. Hair .Vlattreaaes, Keatlier Bella, lie. Housekeerer? an I .nhera will find Una ><le wor.hy of attentiou. r!2 lt*in MONO THE MANY IMFKOVKMKNTM and bettermenu. d.ily taking pla~e iu our city, there ia one that we chronicle Willi unfeigned pleaaure. t liaugea are fieijuenlly in trie in the atyle and Cnmfort* ol omnibuies ; and it ia well known thai for lome tune a line of these conveyances lira been inactive operation betwesn I'ell ttreet and Y'otkville for 0 reuta laie. Befote thia took place, the charge between thoae places wis twice that an in ; and acc.miiiodiitious innerable. Now oli,eialines have put down lh< ir tare, anil* unproved their atagea. Bui" Whitson a" line, first meutioued above litat produced auch reduction of fnrc, ai d greatly multiplied the number of good conveyances. The res denta of Yorkville, the n ?i.i.i.,..,,,. ..i, -L- t tita daily conferred ou them bv aanl VVhitann'e line. Thia line ha* been lately auld mid transferred to Meuri l.n?rr h llyer* II, of our City. Theae gentlemen, we are ciedibly informed, are able, enterprising, Hud judiciouf?that they are " reforming it altogether:" that all amiable alteration* will *j?edily be made, and that new carriage* arc placed on tha iin*?the beat of thoae now on, will be made agreeable. Mle, and convenient?that the harneave*, hone*, and above all, the drivera, will be *uch a* the people will approve. We learn that one nf.'lii* line will leave Tell itieet and Vorkville every 20 minnte* fr. m 5 A M. to B P. M ? (from B to II P M each hour) At inun aa tune will allow, the liable*, lie., will he icinnved from iOih alteet to Yorkville, and paainigei* no Ion ger wait on ihe rott'e for a charge of hoi*r*. Thoet wh? nmrinlirr the very great nc!> UiU|N tbU Wit if conveyance ha* conferred on all the uppe' pan of t'i 10 city, wilj aiirely eitend every encouragement to llie*e proprietor*, who. by tneae omnibntr*, are thu* bnnging property and leanlenU five mile* diitunt, within a few miiiiite* of the City Hall, hm now, the active population of V mkville. are aa early at their *toi<* end ahop* >o the city, aa thoae who live in franklin afreet dtlf a MANY UTJZKN* SttO PL It h. W Anl> ?Lou or Holen, i rtmuril iy evening Vp&ttNovember 77,? Uold Patent Lever Watch, made hy Cooper, of Lor.dnn?gold dial, with blai k lutila. rhuirli with tc'ple eng aved on ilie hack, a alight ilent on the nntaide c?*e al*o t'ached to It a heavy gold c?rh chvin. The above reward will be p?id for it* lecovery hy apply ing to the underaigned, at No. til I'eail itrer'. J H CJHC)l)l dj It'm flj fi(TKfcWAHU will be |*H. I .1 no |M (MM i.ked, *?CJv/for i he rtccvery of a anorlith, deep ied pluah carpet i..? ....I ?....I*..,. r.. .. !.? whiinaie oi no nae to nor one eicept tlie owner, r?k?n through nmtefce or otherwise. from the porter's room, Pacific Hotel* lt*2 Greenwich street, the 9th dny of October last, V M. b#i wm of Kiiglmh mnrufncture, considerably worn, with a brats plate lock, tilled withgeatlMMa'* ordinary Hearing apparel. rM Ut*rc C^OAL?'uperiorKcotch l.oal for tale row diai h-uiring, m > $9 per chaldron. Apply to H AJTKKN, at IJagory k B-rreV No < Hanoyer ttreet Mlfm ? flL /ill fBAUMOIJCJHAJIUCOAL (? aaaultfw it's* f1 in rcta ) New * C?rgo offir?l quality reach Orel d. Red *>li Coal, K?*. Wtnvn, aud Nni liMt, del item'11 * od uidcr t.i ?ny pail ol tha city, f tc of nana#*, I lie aboy* price, if applied for while diachaKiBg, to J. I OANTZ *l Attuiorr. or A. AnHHr.LD, 411 Oiand atieet, r .rrrf I f Hldga. MMN iW|-?-.,?0-f'tMU-f MAI. - NUT Rl/K. of good <|iialit?. mnkea no rln ker?, re acteeoed m the v?id, .< <( delivered frt? < f ? ?'i?ie, for $1 per tou. '1 he rery heal artiele lor .mill cooking atorea.mid alto olTr ca. A laige aaaortment of IVhi h ' )rr I aril and Leliiirh Oial of all mr?, frea ol tlxie, nil miller covcr, ?tid deliteie d from yard at low pricea, at M rHONH Yard-, IB 'I IvmiMin Mreet.uear Hpiiiik ilreet, af.d fl Chrntopher "re.t near Jr ffert' u MarkrI i>nd Stli Atc mie. i.JK 7teod* m KIltHtN HANOM fhi pioptMtoiisfei fvtiwtlilif M?uk?*. anitahle for private IVmilie< and hoardn ? hotuea, and it the H. nue will not .tDawrr the purp"ae lor which ii it pnrrha.ied, it will be temoted without any eipeuae to lh? pnrcli.-aer. Tricra from iwtmv to thirty I ft did' in each. Al'o, i K>'odai,i .iimebl nCgra'ca for ixrlvra, ks. Riotci fi.r itoica and i fficf a; Tin Ware, bright, plain and j ipanned; Hmokey I biroinyarnred and warranted, Vaaont ai all timea ready tore' ranirra, sratea, boileia. ken|e?, itnd build Inrnacea of all diMenptimia. M. J. OILIIt IOLV k CO . 71 Naaaan afreet, bet > jin ! ult in an.I John .u, < (?. tin iat?rc VOjOMlLaI iJk.*>H QUICK liAOUKKHKOTVPR lo?truin#i.t?. Willi fonr tune, u tauter light: leoaff of loier ii.rtiei iud i quarter rfituiettr.ta work .on irad hit plaUi, far luo. Al Lmigaoiiaiw Ik I'taker, M1 Br< adwkr I Ctiattt Bfri aim MJ *14 in dy 31 W*? ] intelligence sr the mails.*, Not. 80,1847. pinancial Matttn?Mr. SlidtU'i Mutim?A Hialorical ^utitwn. Whilst treasury notes are only at pax here, it eems they are at eight par ceat premium in the iity of Mexico. Of this the present holders ef reasary notes already subscribed cannot avail bemselves, by reason of the export duty on coia ind bullion, imposed by the President, at lb* ecommendation of the Secretary of the Trealurv But if I am not mistaken, Mr. Walker will avail himself of this export duty, (which, of cournp, will not apply to government fundi) md sell in Mexico, for n|>ec>f. at premium, a large batch of hits new treasury notes, which he intends to a?k. from Congress?and bring the coin to Xew York or New Orleans. Thus the current of specie, instead of continuing to flow from this country to Mexico, will be rolled baek from Mexico on this country, and at the same time the premium on treasury notea will be concerted to the benefit of the government. Mr. Walker's report has been long since made 3ut; but the tables showing the operation of the arifT since its institution, being for a fraction of i fiscal year, and even dividing the quarter, (ita operation having commenced in December) nave >een very tedious and troublesome. 'rd'TH have already been transmitted to the nilitary and naval commanders in Mexico, to evy contributions by collecting federal, Slate ind citv taxes, as well <is import and export luties, in accordance with Mr. Walker's recomnendatiun. This .scheme will be carried into sxecutien on the President's own responsibility, ilthough he will allude to it in his message, as will Mr. Walker in hia report, an part of the lyatcm determined upon by the administration. The Intelligencer ot yesterday contained an arid e on Mr. Slidell's mission, which makee out i very strong case in support of Mr. Clay'a declaration, that General Taylor received orders ,o march to the Rio Grande, while Mr. Slidell wason his way to Mexico, and before the result [>f his mission could lie known to thia government. As far as this representation tells against the administration, it is not my province to combat it?the President haa an organ?but as it is an important historical question, involving the character of the nation, it is fitting that the InteUigencer'i misconception should be set right. ('u the 17th December, 1845, Mr, Slidell wrote to the Secretary of State, declaring the success ot hia mission nighly improbable, and enclosing the decree of the council of government advisiig against hia reception On the 18th of the aame month, Mr. Bl?ck, our Conaul at the city of Mexico, from whom Mr. Buchanan was in the habit of receiving important information, wrote that the reception of Mr. Slidell was entirely hopeless. These letters were received here I believe on the 12th of January, 1846?at all events, before the 13th, on which dtry a meeting of the cabinet was convened, and it was resolved to despatch orders to < rtMnl Taylor to advance to the Rio irande. Thia order was issued in anticipation af a hostile movement on the part of Mexico. ru? ..i..*: r n i?_ ... i uc icvuiuuuii ui i arcucM was, tu mc uaic ui Mr. Black's letter, within twelve days of its completion, tind that revolution owed ita success to the avowal by l'aredes. of his determined hostility to the United States, ind his determination to reject all overtures tor b 11 umicahle adjustment of the Jifliculties between the two countries. Of course, then, with this revolution pending, and the result being by no means problematical, there was a probability amounting almost to a certainty, that Mr. Sliaell's mission would fail; and in anticipation of its failure, and of the hostilities which were certain to result from tha success of the revolution against Herrera, the administration at once despatched orders to Gen. Taylor to march to the Rio Grande. The result has fully justified by proving the necessity of this step. If any proof were wanting of the determination of l'aredes to make war, it is to be fouud in the declaration of Herrera, in assigning his reasons lor declining to act as Commissioner to treat with Mr. Trist, that his administration waa overthrown because he was in fuvor of listening to negotiation. The man who pronounced against and overthrew him, because of his willingness to receive our Hamster, must have been opposed to ihat minister's reception, opposed to negotiation, and in favor of war. Of this there can be no question ; Puredes, himself, has avowed it. But in order that nothing might be left undone that could afford even a remote chance of success, Mr. Slidell was not at once recalled, but was permitted to remain in Mexico to avail himself of any opportunity that might by possibility occur to secure peace. He finally, however, presented his credentials to the new government, on the first of March. 1846. and re quested to be received in his diplomatic character. This request was peremptorily refuted. _ _ _ wtvibhsis. Washington, Nov. 80, 1847. Evening Paragrapht. We have, all told, about forty members ol the House in town. Among the arrivals thia even) in?, we have at^Ooleman'a, Hon. J. R. Miller, Ohio, Hon. Jacob Collamer, Vt., Hon. Hugh White, N. Y., Hon. I). R. Atchinson, (of the Senate,) Mo , and Hon. John Jamison, Mo. At Brown's, Hon. J. E. Brady, Pa., Hon. Wm. Rockwell, Ind , Hon. John Pettit, do., with several at the United States, Gadsby's, and other places, where we had not time to visit. The employees of the Iloase are justly interested in the arrival of every member?it is to them the question of subsistence that is pending. Every other question, Mexico, war, peace, annexation, slavery, the tariff, the sub-Treasury, the Presidency, are all for the present submerged in the question, who will be clerk of the Housel Some any that Major French will yet aucceed? others that he has no possible chance ; some think Natlian Sargent will be the lucky man; iomi1 prefer Matthew St. Clair Clarke; others think that John C. Clark, of New York, will, by all meant), lie the nominee of the whig caucus, because of his doinga here as ChairmuQ of the document committee of the whigs in the campaign of 1840. But with all these men the iiuestion arises, how do they stand on the Wilmot proviso?do they go for the whole of Mexico, or for a part, or for none! If for the whole or a part, do they, severally or all oi them, go for the proviso ! it for no territory, do they go for indemnU ties, and if so, in what shape 1 It is said that the South Carolinians will not go for Mr. French, if biddings goes for him, nor tor hiiv man that Giddings does go for, even if it should be a son of Mr. Calhoun. But Mr. Giddings will not go for French?he is too savage a whig proviso man for that; on the other hand, we presume that he will vote for the whig nominee for clerk, even if it should be Mr. Calhoun himself, whatever may be his notions of the pro < >ne thine is pretty certain, the wings will elect a whig, if they can. But it is not so certain that they will have the force on hand to do it. The chances are in their favor, and the closeness of th? |anir, it they shall have the force, will, perhaps, induce th?*m to coalesce. They fight shy, as yet, with regard to their man, but we gather the idea front among 'hem, that John C. Clark will he a formidable candidate to all the rest? but that Major French is to be superseded, at all hazards, if possible. Mr. Winthrop will, it is generally admitted, be the caucus *hig nominee for speaker. and there is a general impression that he will be elected. Mr. Winthrop is a liberal politician, for Massachusetts, and would never agree to blow up the Union to get rid ol slavery. The Fremont court martial, aa you will see by your reporter's record, has adjourned over to Thursday, to allow time to the accused to manage his plan of defence, he. We expect that on Thursday Com Stockton will be called to the stand. Washington, Nov. 27, 1847. Tkt Politic? of the Day?Mr. Clay vi. Mi IVtbtUr?Mr. Clay't Viiit to the Emit?The Strrrt Circular?The Islington Platform? Thr Difficultitt in Iht Navy? The Vitxot of a Taylor IVhtff ttptm the Subjtclt of Ttxat, Slavery, California, the Succtnor?htp, J^c. Member* of Congress are arriving slowly, hut (h?* precision of travelling from one end of ths nation to the other, render* it likely that almost every member w ill be here in both house* on their organisation. The political elements are in great confusion, and there are diviniona in both the democratic ranks, and in the whig A new field of speculation and confusion has been awakened, from three causes?first, Mr. Clay's trHns-Alle?hany visit, pending the fall election*; next, by the disclosure of a secret and confidential circular issued within the atmnapliei# of Astiland, nnd signed by (renerul Coinl?? and others; and lastly, by the speech and resolution* of Mr. Clay at the Lexington meeting. Th? history of parties, lik* th*- history of m?i

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