Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 11, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 11, 1855 Page 4
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NEW YORK HERALD. JiSBS SORDOl "jKS!IETT, FSOPRIETOB ANO KDITOR. tone*: ?. v. ookkkb or nasaio in ftl to* an. ?JWRUH. rath **?**<:' ct. T8I DAILY UEJofj) I r?*l? per copy? *7 per iinna fflA WEEKLY Uk t< ALl) every 8,itur<lay itt>\ <enti per +H.py* or $S per annur, ike Europea n Haitian M per annum *> mny part oj Orent Britain, and %i to any part of the Ovn tr*r*t ^?'"V''J*Jepoitatt. ALL LETTER t> by MiiU /or NuA?rrip?ioM or trilA Adrer ttoementi to he w?t p*iid, or Ik * poilapt will be deducted from Ike money reevuted VOLUNTARY CORRESPONDENCE, containing imp* - !55f^full from any </u.irter of the morld ? if uted wim m tiorr ally paid for. ij- Ou? Fotim* Coxupoji af.e riiTict uiLv ? aqvuTsc to 1111 iu Lit and Pack a?.k? tkiar us. IflOTlCH taken oj a? tnymout communuttione. W? return fAoit rejected JQut PRINTING timnted i oil* neatneu, cheap m*i, a?4 SoVKRTlSEMKX T S renewed everyday. >olDHCXX. *?? 100 AMUSSMKNTS TITIS MINING, t'?tnnT ot rusie, ronrueBt* *t??-~WiiuA? 9bp gt. "#*OAI>WAY THZATKE, Intffiij-aMin-MKi r m Nortunu. . .?WERT TIEATUt W*wn\ -B?w?t :*b- Hii Last L?r?. JICRTON'S TBEATOE, Uhtnfc trt Itn-M Jilir Tbide ' ~Al.l. THAT eLlTrrii IS MOT COLD. WaLIACJI'9 TFEATRE. Brcadwaj? A O^likan I 'Mum 1uki.a?d? Fai'L I'lt. AMERICAN Mr9EUll-?.fUrBO?Briid E#eai?c-ri.Yii?? VtVTIMIIill. WOOD'S mrTTRBLS. MccbseUs' Ball- -47i Broadway. BCrKLFT S OPERA BOCSE, MB Ercatf way* - Br ?r I-.HSTIi.v OrrKU Tboih, PBRHAK? BURLBMJUB OPIKA U0CS3. US Bread ??J? Ethictiak l'tcrusxiscu. SMPIRC B \LL, MO Broadway? Pa?o?**a ?r CcBor?. TStm York, %V>rti>e?il*y, April II, 1835. N?wi for thr PMlfr1, Ibe rteamKhip fltar of the Went,, Captain Turner, will kin tlnH port :o morrow ati< niuoa, at 3 o'clock, tor Fuata Arenas. Ttik Ni w Yomk HkraI-d? Csliforaw. (vliticn? contain ?m all tlio lattfli Dawn by mill and telegraph from all parts of tfce wa.ld, will be published at eleven o'clock to- morrow moai.icp. Agent* will p'.eas? nond in their c tdern an early as possible. The News. The steasKhip America, from Liverpool for H*li *?x and Bo?ton, is now in her eleventh day oai. ' She brinrs a w? tk's later news. We refer our readers to the repo.-t of the Legisla tive proceedings yesterday, and the letter of our cenespondent, for the latest sews from Albany. Both house b w>re in session at eleven o'olajk last night, ?Mb every prospect of continuing so until daylight. Toe Assembly passed a bill levying a ?dliect ttx of one and a half mil! per dollars of real aid personal estate. The Senate bill proposes a tax of one mill only. Mr. Wells yesterday introduced into the Assem bly a bill amendatory of the temperance la v. It proposes that there shall be less than three seller* of liquor In each elestioa district, and that ona half to* penalty iofliote i for violations of the law shall be paid to the Informer. Mr. O'Keefe has 'Intro dated a repeal bi!l. Tie Senate did not meet is executive semion yes toraay. On Monday, George Woodman, Richard T. Emmett. and Wjaooop Packard, were com tinned as natoies public for thu city. Yesterday the Caaal Baud . appointed William J. <6ernwall, Esqn of Qaynga, And! tor, in plass of llariua -Schaonmaker. Mr. C. has recently held the office of Canal Ap fMdsar. The on# hundred days for whioh our S >lona at Albany can receive pay terminate to day; and, in view of the rapid manner in which legislative busi ness has been transacted for the past week or ten we indulge in the hope that those pestilent lallowa will adjea-n to-night, and oachand aH of them lepair forthwith ti their several homes. And we trait that they will henceforth devote their energies to nseful occupations, however irksome the task, leaving politics and legislation to those bettar qua ttfled for auch pursuits. It it possible, however, that the session will be continued until Friday, as a eaffieent number of members to form a quorum cm easily be found wbo hare jobs unfinished oa hud that will readily net a "good day's pay for a gojJ day's work.'' The temperance people bad a grand glorification meeting at the Tabernacle last night, to exchange telicitatio:s on tie passage and signing by the Goverior of the p.thihitery liquor Mil. It was very largely attended. The meeting was orderly, and there was not tae least exhibition of hostility evinced on ttie part of any of the audienoe, ?b aw ing that dhere was no disposition on the put of ike liqmr dca'.ers to interfere with the pro. tea d There was the usuaJ display of rhetoric, with a li :tJe more thsu the usual diirescatd of yoprkty. We give a report of the proceedings. la oarpolics reports will ba found an interesting account of the rapture sf ti e alleged accomplice of Mall Hodges in the late robbing of $3,000 fnm a German merchant, in a house of ill faaie, in D?ane ?tree . in tbis city. Also, a complaint aide for an aleged attempt to procure abortion on thj pars n af a giil named Anna Neaaan, by parses residiag iB Bkecker street. Owltg to its having l>e:-n packet day yesterday tor tke Cunard steamer, to aaii from B jstoa t>ri?y, toe octton market was less animated. The sales embraced ab nt 1,000 hilar, the market oloa'ng Arm. Flonc wjm again firmer, especially for m?d u n grades of S ate a-d Southern L rands, with a fair anion at of sales. A moderate lot of good Southern wheat sold a'. |2 jE5, lor milling. Southern white and yellow c:rn sold at fl 07 a II 08, and prims mixed do., in store, wai held at II 10. Fork waa rather easier for old mess, which sold a*. 116 37, and new do. at 117 75, Other provisions were A/bo. Nothirg definite as to the result of the municipal election jeiterday In Jersey City crc'd be arrired at last night. The friends of Mr. Mainers were eonflder t that be was re-eleoted, a&a t e supporters tj Mr. BIT] were equally sanguine of the succeis of toeSr candidate. The chap ter election in Hoboken yesterday passed olT harmoniously. Mr. C. V. Click ;ser, and the J*mtcratio candidates, were oho?n by smil] fcnjcrlttef< The bod) of the Uermsli woman so brutally mur dered in Philadelphia on Sunday morn'.ng, was yesterday ilentiAe<l by her buabaud, Jacob Scnlegel. He was immediately placed uodsr arrest, t o await toe mult of the judicial investigation. Our correspondent at Ltguna delYerminos, wri toag on the 7th of March, states that ve sets were toen rather scarce In port, after an unexamp'ed rash at New Tear's. Logwood was likely to expe rience a sudden fall in price. A valuable beach lot esmed by the Uaited States Consul had beea seized en by the (k>vetn ir. During his recent visit m restfe to Yncatan, (taneral AmpiadKa had been re oelvsd with the most cringing servility by al class es. He takes with him into "honorable exile" Gen. Landers, the late acting Governor of Laguia. An arnenal and several Catholic churches were lately burnt. His Sereoe Highness Santa Anna, was daily falling lower in the estimation of an overtaxed and Ul governid people. In the case of D. B. Allen and others against the Nicaragua Transit Company, Judge Doer yesterday decided to dissolve the injunction against the som pasy aid deny the motion to appoint a receiver. Costs were decreed to defendants. Our flies fromJBermuda are dated to the 2*<tu of March. H;ar Admiral Fan shaws, the Naval Com xander-lr-Chlef en that station, in his /Isgsh'p. toe E.scawen, had arrived at^Kigllub Hartnr, ALiigua, from Havana. On tie 8th of March, H. M. steamer Medea, Capta n Phil1 ao e, arrlrsd it p t> JotT,Ati jts, Lent HaTtMt aid vi t:e look *? Baaeawen In tow, and et*??i foe Martinique. It *M ?aid th# admiral 'jrtended viiltlng Barbadoea preTtona to returo'^g B?r mad*. Tbe ahlp WUlUa, from Ej'(jU?d, had ar rived with .300 oonricU, who har? biw *int oat t) | to employed on the goveiement WOTta Xh, offlcdM \ icd men of the Bntiah w? r B-hJ)Ber Bermtto, lately wRck d on the i' ef, north alio of lflldla Caicoa, tod arrived In P,?mM?4a. The trtal of John B. Hetmea, otarged with the ituidtr of policeir ^ (Juartay, waaoon timed yester day in the Cow', 0f SeMl'.na. A Toll report of tto t\ deuce la g* ,en elcewhtre. Judge OyWioB rondtred a tocleion reeterday, de nying.^ motion to qua*hlhe Indictment found ag'^efat Jamea Iifing, Lion, Hyler *nd Morriaiey, | '.(Bf^icaU d in the warder -4f Bill Peole. A motion I te admit the futaccen to ^>ail will probably be mid* <ad argued on TOuraday. Terence ttawlll, aiiaaQlunmoad, tried in the CmltI of Oj?r and re-miner for tb* murder of his wife, waa yef>t_rd?y fonnd-^iulty of mamT.aujjhter ia the aeoond degree. The Allege* RtprMi agtliut Sp?h?. A good deal el' noise w being made toy the friends and orjf.vus of the administration in re ttienoo to the supposed designs of the President on the SpaoWi men- of-var which molest Ameri can vessels. It is said that the Fresid nt, roQsed by tic continued affronts offered to our Southern steamers, has sent a squadron to sea *r:ith orders to eruise on the track of tii? se fcteamers, and, in case of a repetition ot the outrage, to lire into the aggressor. We do not believe a word of it. The administration are .quite valiant when their foe is a petty mise rable feeble city like Grey town: but tliey have not tho pluck to beard the Spanish or even the Cuban authorities. Until w? hear that a Spa nish man-of-war has been actually lired upon by an American ship, and that in pur.'uan-je of the President's orders, we shall adhere to the firm persuasion that, even were Spanish insults twice He grave, and <the injuries inflicted on American commerce twice as serious, neither the Presi dent nor his administration would venture to assume the responsibility of retaliating. Words are their trade, not acts. There was a time, not many years ago, and not under one of our great Presidents either, when a different course would hive b-en par sued. When Mr. Polk heard that privateers were fitting out in Cuba to cruise against Ame rican commerce, he sent a special envoy to the Governor or Captain General of tbe island to point out that such acts were in direct contra vention of the treaties between Spain and this country. The Governor made answer that in his opinion the Spauish treaties were valid and binding on Spain, but not on the islaud of Cuba. To this the American Envoy replied that he was grateful to the Governor for placing him in possession of his views on the subject; but that the United States had their opinion, on which they would act whatever the Governor might think. They drew no distinc tion between the mother country and the colo nies; nor 'had they, in eo pressing an exi gency, any time to diecusB the correctness of that view. All that he could say wa9 that if any privateers sailed from Cuba, the United States-would deal with them as they thought (it. This made a wonderful change in the ?Governor's mind. In twenty -four hours, the whole of tbo cruisers ? it was said there were 4en? were ordered to lake care of themselves. Now if Mr. Pierce had a spark of the spirit which prompted this embassy to Cuba, our difficulties with Spain might very rapidly be arranged. There would be no need of more embassies or volumes of diplomatic correspon dence. A single envoy, a frigate, and ten minutes' conversation would bring the Spa niards to their serscB in no time, and wake up the Cnban authorities in a fashion they do not begin to conoeive. JVhen one thinks of the assassination of Estrampes and Pinto ? about whom it is also rumored that communications have passed between this government and the authorities ot Spain ? the deplorable imbecility acd weakness of the Executive seem doubly nfllicting. Tiie New Oystkb House Critic at it Auxin, ?Tbe appearance of Mr. Forrest in the charac ter of Richard tbe Third, tbe other evening, has brought down the oyster house critic of the Tribune in a most territic onslaught ol funtiaa chop- logic, pedantic rigmarole, indignation and tlisguj t. For instance, tbis amiable critic, , speaking c-f the great actor's killing of King Henry, baf s it nos '-a batcher like operation.1' executed with " a droll waggery, in order to woik upon tbe passions of tbe audience/' and tbat upon returning and plunging his sword again into his prostrate victim, the actor ap peared to be ' slyly coquetting with his blade, just as a hangman would, to please the crowd who cheered his execution, draw the cord ngain round the neck of the strangulated man. and sport with it, to win another shoaf The critic coolly winds up his review by pronounc ing Mr. Forrest's Richard as "but one nnre added to the glaring proofs he has given of his inability rigktly to conceive or personate the creations of ghakspeare's genius.1' Who is this terrible fellow that thus pertina ciously insists in setting aside the verdict of the jury cotccrning Mr. Forrest's Sbakspearian representations ? He is from the Macready side of the Atlantic. He has come over to tlnieb up the unfinished work of Macready. in the expulsion of Forrest to the Bowery. We undsrstand that this redoubtable critic is % younger sou ft Biitlsh noble fumHr-'-'thV. I1* bas forced borne si* yeara in Parlia ment? that he has flourished in London a$ a lion at the West Ead: a sort of auto:r*t at the theatres and operas, and quite a* much a critic oi the fair wt, and a judge of real Madeira, fast horses and fox bounds. We are farther ia toimed that be stands within but two or three removes from a place in the peerage, but th\t bin aspirations lie in a different channel. Hi) real business in the United States Is said tj be the study of the mysteries of American de mocracy, so that in the event of a popular re volt in England against kings, lords, commons ami clergy, he may return there and piay the part of Mirabeau to his antonished countrymen. From the vtryfact that he has gone into the political collcge oi the Tribune office to com plete his democratic studies, and .frotn the oc casional confessions of his criticism*, it is evi dent that this gentleman is an abolitionist, a socialist, and a visionary cockney republican. , As a theatrical critic, this writer has doubtless for his model the tame anddjspeptic Macready. Forrest Is, therefore, too powerful, bold, manly and earnest for the nerves of this dainty gen tleman from Belgrav a. Give him an amiable Richard, an inoffensive Macbeth, a dandy Othello, a cockney Hamlet, and we shall have peace. Otherwise, for the sake otthe nerves of this critic, be abstaia from the Rroa lway theatre, cr Forrest nn?t bt j>os?ed ortr to the Bvwery. Abcubisp'op HcaaEa oh Cui'Rca Pkopkiity ? Our vqpr arable Archbishop, John f? has come out 1'j * letter of t*o columns of twaddle ami taVcatm against one of his parishioners at Buffalo, upon the question of the temporal property, the real estate, the spoil* of the church, and be walks Into the subject with the unction of a genuine spoilsman. But in all this loEg letter, he does not touch the real question at issue, but treats of little peccadil loes arid mistakes of his parishioner which, as a good shepherd over his Sock, the Archbishop should have forgiven, or declined to expose to the world. We suspect that this manifesto is intended to operate upon Che mind of Gov ernor Clark in behalf of the veto power ; but we are afraid that the Governor dare not go to that extremity, however aoxioue he may be. in btlalf of Mr. Seward, to conciliate the learned political prelate. The policy of this bill ap plies to all churches, a*d giving the control of their property jointly to their clergy and lay ?men is correct. A similar bill has just passed the Pennsylvania Legislature, and we doubt not'tbo principle, in the end, will be established throughout the country. According to the oensus returns of 1850, the property of the variona churches of th? United States amounts to something over eighty mil lions of dollar?. Of this aggregate, tin Car tbolic cbuioh temporalities amount to between eight and nine millions? say nine ? of which three millions worth, perhaps, a-e located in tills State. This is the amount of spoil*, therefore, which ihe Legislature proposes to take from the supremo custody of thrf Arcltbisbop and the Pope, aud to place conjointly in the hands of the clergy a ud the laity. Quite a revolution in the pub lic mind was efTectcd on this subject during the luie absence of the Archbishop at Rome Pity he staid there to long. Yet why should he complain? Iliifing gained the great cardl ual declaration of the immaculate conception of Ihe Blessed Virgin, hevcan weU afford to lof'C two or three millions of dollar?. Why should he lament thiB filthy lucre ? Let him '?lay up his treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt, and where thieves ? do not break through and steal.'' 4 -Search the Scriptures.'' Decline of the Anti-Slavery Sentiment ? The anti-slavery newspaper published at Wash ington complains of losing subscribers in conse quence of the inroads made upon their list by the Know Nothing movement. Other anti slavery journals and interests have lately bsen heard to utter similar complaints. Indeed, the great anti-slavery movement, originated by Senator Seward after the passage of the Nebraska bill, seems to have reached its culmi nating point long ago, and to be receding fast. All the inflammable materials for an anti slavery organization have directed their steps towards the Territories of Nebraska and Kansas. There they have been met by fierce hot-headed antagonists from the South, and the battle has begun. The rest of the Union happily rid of the agitators, they are welcome to fight it out in the Territories, toh^e a desperate battle once a y?ar?nd puMPO' regular lists of killed and wounded in ordef to excite the sympathy of either party. The anti-slavery excitement which grew out of the compromises ol 1850, did not last oighteen months; the Nebraska excitement is xot destined to a longer period of existence The Massachusetts Nunnery Committee.? According to the testimony of the Lady Supe rior of the Roxbury Catholic School of the Sisters of Charity, the Massachusetts Legisla tive Committee of Inspection have good cause to be heartily ashamed of their conduct at that institution, as they appear to be. Their in quiry into the facts and the proofB thus obtain ed Bhow that this visiting committee acted neither as gentlemen nor Christians. Their oonduct was not only unlawful and unmanner ly, but a violation of the principles ol even common decency. The Know Nothings of Massachusetts must do better than this or they will be repudiated by their brethren in otuor States, as bogus members of the Order. The Koxbury committee should be compelled to finish their tour of convent and Catholic school inspections in petticoats and sun bonnets. In this way they would be less likely to frighten poor women and sick girls, with their coarse and mousing curiosity, thin in the dress of bold and impudent men. The New Police Bill.? We have a very strong impression that this invasion of good government in thfe city, which Las recently been projected at Albany, will pass the Legislature in spite of the remonstrances which have gone from here. Intimations have been thrown out in seme of the Seward organs that the bill has been abandoned, but these strike us as mere deceptions, intended to lull opposition and remonstrance in this city. If the bill should pass therefore, as we are inclined to believe it will, our indefatigable Mayor will have nothing to do but to resign, and leave the government of the city in the hands of a police utterly in competent and demoralized io it? inception. DR4M4TIC FmnvAl> Last Njgiit.? The American Dra roatic Fund Aaaociatioo celebrated ita leventb acofrar *?rjr bj ? eoitnma ball, ?t the Academy of Muni la?t {feting. liretofore 1*. haa been euitomary to give a public dinner en tbla ocamon, but the direct?;* a diTeriion from tha plan, thia )fcaf, 1C order that aU F< r(CDi, ladiei aa well a* gsnt'.aiiien, might bare an op. port unit; to join ia tha anoirerrary fettiriUaa. TUn ppaeioua pnrquatta and atage of tha Academy were cot ered for the danolng flcor, last craning, and tha building pmetitel a charming roup d'tril. Many of tha nnat popular aitiata In tha city ware j resent, and tha at>nd tree waa large enough to aoake tha ball quita a profita ble affair. At a lata ho? a aerie* of Shakaparlan tab Ua*x ware represented, after which the danslpg waa agan reaumed, aid continued until ?'night'a candle* were burnt out." Tn?*T*ir*L a wo Mwical.? ?Roantnl'a '? William Tall " waa a complete triumph on Monday evening. It will ba repeated to night. At tha Broadway theatre, Mr. Ed win Forraat appvara aa Hamlet, and tha (area of "flood fnr Nothing" i* to be played. Burton anaouaoaa tha new place, *Ja*at Pride,'' and "All tha WorlJ la a State." Mr. Eddy takea hla ben# at at th# llowary, for whiah a naw drama. "Jaaa Remy," la to be produced, with tha two excellent farce* of "Batay Maker" and "Hi* Iaat lege." "Tba O.ontleman flrim Ireland" aad ?Paul Try" win ba prrformed at Wallack'i; at tha Muaew, "Flying Dutchman" aftamoce and evening; and at tha Tirieai* negro min*trala good pai forma n-aa wtU ba gtTtn. Mr. Smith'* "tour of Europa" ia attll exhibiting , aad Prof. Alrtan give* a magical enter tainment at Stayveaant Inatituta to- Bight. Ooaira Bii.t.? The pnp'l* and friend* of Prof** ? or Gilbert K. WU*on gar* aa alegaat coatuma ball on Mon day evening iaat, in compliment to that gentleman, at the Academy Room*, coraer of Clinton ana H*nry street*. Th?- affair waa got up by a aommi Uee of aabaerlben, aad wa* admirably managed. At auyper Mr. Wilaoa'a health waa propoaad, with aoma highly eompt!m?atary rema?ka, and waa teaponded to by that gentleman in a rejy happily tuned a peach, tha company did not *ep aratc an* J a-. adras -ed boar of tha Berolng. THE LATEST NEWi.j BY MAGNETIC AND PRINTING TELEGRAPHS. Won- Arrival Of tlM UmHm ?t (Ullfn. * Halifax. April 10?11 P. M. I We have nwind up to thUlionr, no tiding* of the ^ bUunitr Amtisca, no? due ut this port from Liverpool, i Th? weather 1* very mild and dark and cloudy. Wind ! MUtfc. ! Lattrt from the lute Capital. bkmatok dicku>son'8 spkxcb on know nothinuism A Kill I KM- SO UWVTIVI MM* MOBi THOU- . BLK FOB TBIMTY OBCBGB? TBI AHNUAL SPOILS BILL- THE TAX BILL? PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO TBE TBMPBBAMOI LAW? CHUKCH TBMTBE8, ETC. ALBiHT, April 10, 1866. Senator r>lck1a*oa'* reply to Mr. Goodwin'* ?p??:h on i the twin ty one year*' resolution and Mr. Whitney'* r? u*rks on eea'grant pauper* in the Senile, last evening, was one of the most decided failure* of the semion The coarieoet* and looellcate language which he used waa even more obscene than any which ha ever utte^d in that body. A large crowd had ooUectod to hear Dietin *on fulminate against the Kao* Nothings. Miny sap potesl lie would entirely annihilate them, but all were disappointed. Even with the aieUtunce of Senttjre Bishop and Clark in arranging hi* written foolssap he ? eoald not succeed. There wa- to executive session to day, and n? time set down for nao. rhe vac in t Harbor Muter far \e-v York thould be filled. Senator *m. Cltrk, this morning, intr.tduced the fo'. lowing resolution, which was ordered printed, am wl'i pass the Senate: ? Whereas, 'ilia o rporation now known an the Rootor, Clinrcb Warden* n?a Ve*tryu>on of Trinity Church, in Wie city of New York, onl, as originally oroated, and us lor rn jro than a cctitury it continued to exiat, embrace an corpora tons all tbo inLtbilauta of the city of New York in corniuu nion with the Protestant Episcopal t hureh: and whereas, tl.e large estates now in posaession of tbo aaid corporation are claimed to La>e t een granted to the aaid corporation by its original corporate mine of ' ' The Rector tnd inhabitant* of the city of Ntw York In communion with the church of Knglnnd aaby lows established, "aud a*e claimed to Uavo been so granted for the common benefit of the Inhabitant* fr in time to time inhabiting an*! to inhabit within the r-aid city: and v herein1, I j ?? net of the Legislator* of this State, euti tli (I, "An act to alter the nameo' tho corporation of I'rini ty ('Mrch in New York, and for other purposoa." passed January 25, ISM, without tho approval of (he council of re virion, many of the criminal corporations were excluded from the BHideorpoiailon, and deprived of their equal and juat rlahta and privilege* aa uiemoera thereof; and 'lie aaid eorp ration and all its privileges wi re ?>y the aaid act restricted and limited to the small number of the aaid corperatora cein peeing the congregation of Trinity Clinroh audita chapels, I by whowi the power* of the aaid corporation have since been 1 exclusively cxercif-rd, audits large eitatea administered ami j enj< yed to the great detriment and iujuey .of the original corporation* so excluded, therefore. Bcsotvcd, Tiiut tbe Vostry of Trinlty|('burc)>. In the elty el Now York, bo, and they are hsroby required to report to the Senate ol this Stato, on or befoie the aevent.li day of I Jaiiuar} next, tho number and names of persMs entitled, under t*>c saiil act of 1S14, to vote at tbe auiual electiona I for church w aniens and vestrymen for the nr. sent corpora tionof 'Irinify Church, specif) ing those who vote as eoin lnunlcnnta, suit those who vote aa pew holder:., in tho aaid church and the mimes of the persons so entitled whe did ac ti allvvote at each of the tbrce laat annual idectious held Ly the choice ot cliuit h wardeua and vestrymen of the sail Cor poration. Al.-o, Itesolvcd, That the paid veatry be, and they are hereby directed to report to the Senate of this State, en or before the seventh day of January next, the amount of m i nev expended l y anid corporation in building or in .tilling or aasittii'c to build tree churches in the destitute portions of th? psrisli of Trinity Church, aa originally constituted and declared, and the names of audi churohef, with the amount expended open each; also the number and names of ehurche* in the city of New York bnilt in whole or in part by the said corporation within the last five years, and the amount expcndid on each; tbe number and names of the Protestant Kpiacnj al churches situated in the city of New York, in fee ble and necessitous circumstance* (which have been aided and asii.tcd by the (aid corporation within the last live years, and the amount ot such aid and assistance afforded annually or otherwise to each; also, the number and nimcs of the churches in the city of New York endowed by tho said corporation within the last five years, and the amount of ejicb endowment in cach case. Also Keaoleed, That the said vestry be and are hereby req rired to report to the Senate of this 8tate, on or before

the seventh day of January next, whether aay, and if any, what appropriations have been mado by the n during the last three year* to institutions of charity, bencvolenoe or learning in tbe city of New York, and th* amount to each. Alio Received, That the said vestry be, anil they are hereby directed to roport to the Senate of this State, within the first week of January next, the estimated valueof cach lot and parcel of land owned by the aaid corporation ia the city of New York, irrespective of the leases thereon. Alio Resolved, That aaid vestry report to the Senate of tbia State, in th* fir.t week of January n*xt, a statement of the number of lot* belongiu* to aaid corporation, the lease* cf which have expired within the five years ending on th* first of November, 1846, and whether said lots have been relet or have been solo. The Annual Supply bill nu discussed in the House un til four o'clock this morning. Thia is the basket that i catches all the dcniDli on the Treasury which cannot be obtained upon tbeir own merits in either house The bill, u partially agreed upon, contain* the largest amount of spoils ever known before. Every loater, bully, blackleg, mendicant attached to the party, In this citv, and elsewhere, ia more or leei provided for in thia bill The lazy dronea about the Capitol and Stat* Hcnae, are provided with thousands uncer pretenee of pay for extra rervioea. Th?ae beggara are aa regular If supplied with extia allowances as ths termination of each session aiiivea. It ia hoped the Senate will atrike out all the extia ap .'ropria'iona which Blatchford pat in the bill for political partisanship. The Home to-day passed a bill Imposing a direct tax of one and a half Kills. The demoerati; sneakers op posed going beyond one mill, believing that if economy ia used ia superintending the cauais, and with bettsr crop* the coming season, that the necessi y will not exist for the additional half mill. The Senate have a bill for a mill only, and from present appearances that Is the standard thai will be adopted. Mr. Wells, a whig ultra temperance member of the Rouse, has introduced a bill amending the temperance hill which paaaed only three or four days since. Many of hla amendments are quit* trivial, but his whole ob ject, and the mala amendment, is to restore to the in former the one-half of the fines oollected for viol \t ion of the law. The House may adopt it, but the Senate never will. The greatest excitement prevails ia relation to the Church Tenure bill, llie Governor haa had it in his poisenflen now six days; he is allowed four days mire, ia which cither to sign or veto. The plan is, to promt* an adjournment previous to the expiration of the four days, and thus the bill will (ail to become a law. Then plana from under the indignation of the people ! TEMPERANCE JCBILEB? THE WEI. LAND CANAL. Albany, April 10, 1865. A large number of the members of the Legislature and others, are celebrating to night the paasage of the Tern perance bill, by a collation at the Delavan House. The house is completely illuminated, flags are flying from it, and bands of music are playiag and enlivening the o:sa sion. * It is reported that the Welland Canal will be ntvigable ou the lbth inst. cor?T or appeals. Xos. [2 sod 6# were argued this afternoon. Calander tor April 11.? Ncs. 38, 59, bO, 67, 70, 72, 76, 70, 77, 78, 28, 36, 40 71. From Waihlgton. ? CCBi A>D TBI CABINET? APPOINTMENTS, ETC. WASm.voroN, Ap-il 10, 1856. The cabinet Is (holding sessions daily, but the mem bers of it are not harmonious on the subject of Cuba. The Navy Department Is very much chagrined that the destination of the Jamestown from the coast or Africa to the Gulf leaked out. The outaidera got hold cf It from the bungling manner of sending the mail bag" in her where. Henry Kendlg, of Penn Y an. New York, and Solomon G. Heatoa, or Vermont, have beta appointed clerks in the Pension Office. The Know ftotlilnga Again Saccenfal. Com m hi a, 8. C., April 10, 1855. Fearing, the Know Noth'og candidate for Mayor in Augusta, has been elected by 350 majerity, and eleven of the twelve Couacihaen are Know Notiingo. Kew Jersey Town Elections. PEFSATOFTHI K*OW HOrOlNOS IN PATEK40N. PaTkb-iOS, April 10, 188ft. At the municipal election, held ia this city yenterdiy, tie Know Notliinga were defeated in four out of the five Waids. Van Blsrcom, the union candidate for Mayer, baa about U0 majority ever Iaglia, Know Nothing. Till N TON MUNICIPAL ?LECTION. T motto*, April 10, 186V At our municipal election, yesterday, John R. rnsker, indepesden'., was alerted Mayor; Wagner, indepenient, Varrhal; and Clan, independent, City Marshtl Tbe Council consists of seven independent and five f democrat*. The ward tickets and the rest of the city [ ticket were about equaUy divided. 1 he License Law In Pennsylvania. Habsimhi m, Pa., April 14, W&5. The bill repealing tavern licenses passed tbe Senate to day by 16 to 14. It prohibits the granting of lice r ues | after the 1st ?f July, but does cot Interfere with the ' existing licenses. It has to be returned to tbe Hou?e, la conseqaenoe of amsnd meats. Massachusetts. TBE mlSACHCSETTB LIQCOR BILL? THE VF(tM<-*T I AND MAfttACBl'Bim RAILROAD COMPANY. Bos row, April 10. 1865. Tbs Penate bas called baek the liqaor bill from ths Secretary of Btate'a office, where it bad been sent for engrossment, it having been dieeov?refl that the ohalr man of the committee on ths subject had stricken out and interlined certain amendsnents to tbe original bill, of which tbe Penate was not cognixant. Tbe bill, la I or>nte<|ueac? of thia, will bnvs to pais over aga'a. Tbe bill to loan tbe credit of the Stats to the amoDst of one ml lien dollars to the Vermont aad Maasa-biiwt ^ , Railroad Company, ha* passed to a third reading. Deatr active CenflagraUoti . LAKOE riRE IN ST. LOCIS. 9r. Lor is, April 10, 1*65. A firs Voke out tiers between 0 aad 10 o'clock this morning. in the heap factory of Measri. DoagUs* ft Beer, cn Cboateaa arenas, and It raged with sueh vio lence that in a raw m<n it<M the plaesbscams a mass of ? ulna. The lose Is estimated at $80,000. The nArtnoe s abent 142,6001 Tbe oriflln of the Are is unknown. PIKE A r I TIC A. lt?OA, N. Y., Ap-n 10. 1*55. Tbe bakery cf Owen Rl shards A Co., ia ib.s t *.y, was destroyed by flee tbl* rr, ipn'og. ana the alji'n dwell tngs we re considerably dasoag 4. T y*. Ims a.?a* |7 ,WC. OisiusA. The Peeping Tom IwmIIHIh Cmamttf of M?? Nunokawtli UjUUIwt, Boefo* April 16, 1HSS. The l-tfcislailve Special Committee, appotntel to invee tiga'e tbe charges sgainnt the Nunnery Committee, belt an adjourned meeting *t the State Houte thU moraing. At tbe opening of the meeting, the cha'rmm, Mr. Ctt penter, of the Senate, stated that be *ti absent from the Senate board at tbe time of hie appointment on the roMoittee, and aa be wee a party directly interested in the investigation, be deemed it to be hi* duty to deoliaft nerving, which be ihould do on tlte opening of the Senate. He therefore called upon Mr. Griffin, of Chtrleetown, of tbe H)ute, to take the chair. The committee had aum moned tbe iadiei connected with the school at Roxbury, one of whom, the Lady Superior, Mary Aloysia, wan pie rent at tbe opening of tbe meetiig. The Lady Superior waa accompanied by -Samuel May, Esq., who itated that she bad with her a statement of tbe traotaction, .signed by five ladies who preside over tbe ichooi. lbe Sergeant at- Arms then administered an oath to the Lady Superior, after which tbe statement was resd by the chairman of tbe committee. Tlie statement la mainly tbe tame aa that published in tbe AiloartUer. The committee then. proceeded to an examination of the Lady Superior, wbo testified aa followa: ? I ibould judge tbiit .ho committee numbered about twenty individual*; I a '.tented them in their examina tion or the bouse; one of the committee, wbo gave hia nase ax Mr. Evan*, turned after tbe other* bad lelt and I told me he wan once a Catholic in St. Mtry's Church, Baltimore, and that be deiiied to return to the church; he aaied ice If I would give him permis dou to visit me, raying 1)9 would like to have somo pba'int conversation with mo; I declined giving )tlm permission; he asked If tLe binbop would object lo lid visiting iue: I told him he would not, though we received but few virltfrs; h? shook band* with me twice and appeared vorv faniiiar; I w?h much offended at h:e conduct then un* fe*i more indig nant every tinse I think of it; I told tbe comtn ttee when they entered the room that a lady waa Kick; when the number* of the commit, 'ee enteral her I'iiamb'ir I ww pre aent : they bent ?o clowly to her that she hn since stated that abe felt tbeir breath: I had previously desired tbe pi tieiit to rrmain ijuiet, aa if asleep, if the itmmitt'e enter ed; while I wss conducing k pert tf the ccunuittee. otber members of ii were going about tbe house by them relies, examining the closet*, rinks, kc. I wis not pre sent when one ot tte gentlemen took hold of the rosary, ('pen be pg asked if Hhe could describe the gentlemxu wno desired an interview with her, tbe w toesa replied \fcht she could net well describe him, but tiat she could reeogniie him if she >aw hlin. Mr. Evans, of the Senate, was then introluced, where upon the witness said that he was nit the gentlemtn wlio requested tbe interview, and who g&v* his nams. Subsequently, Mr. Hiss, of Boston, was introduced, when the witness sa'd that waa the gentleman who gaTe his tame as Kvaus. The Lady Superior was then further quen'ioned by Mr. Charles llale, of the Adivrtistr, as to whether she bad lead the articles in the Advertiser, and whether she regarded tbe statements therein aa correct The witness an* s-ersd In the affirmative to these questions. Mr Dawley, of the Senate committee, then questioned tbe witness more particularly aa to the conduct of the committee on visiclog the chapel. She stated that the members of the committee to the numbfr of ten ha l ofiened tbe door before she arrived. Sh* had tntendel to bave opened the door and admit the committee ; but the door waa opened before she had time to do so, and there were so many gentlemen about the door that she could not enter herself. While in the chapel, the gentlemen were engaged in loud conversation, which she considered very improper. The lady at her devotions In tne catpei was start led when tbe gentlemen entered, and attempted to leave by a door which abe found locked. One or the gentlemen asked her several questions, which alie de clined answering in the chapel. The gentlemen followed her without the chapel when the conversation waa re turned. Samuel May tbfti interrogated the witness as to the scene in the chapel, but ber answers did not vary mate rially from ber previous testimony. Several other gentlemen then put questions to the wit ness, when tbe meeting was adjourned to meet to-mor row morning, at half past nine o'clock, to hear the tes timony from the other ladies of the institution. The Lady Superior wai accompanied to day by a sis ter of Bishop Fitzpatrick and by the Kev. Mr. O'Brien. New* tram Brazil. Baltimohk, April 10, 1855. By th? birk Lapwing, a commercial boaae in thi* city ba* rcoeived Rio Janeiro letter* to the 28th of February, which state that the stock of codec was again down to 30,000 bag*, almoit entirely of the low grades. An ac tive demand during the last few day* led to a rapid ad vai.ce, particularly in the better grades, the lower quali ties not being so much affected. Good ft rat* and supe rior selections, 4 1| 400 to 4|460; superior, 4(600 to 4(600; and lota, 3)960 to 4B?00. i'be Lapwing made the passage out in 29 days. and none in 35 Cays, being abaent only 14 days. Arrtrali of Steamers, THE SOCTHERNKR AT OHABLBSTON. Ciiakliwton. April 10, 1856. The steamship Southerner, Capt. Thomaa Ewing, f? on New Yrrk, arrived here at 0 o'clock this (Tuesday) morning. THE ArOl ffTA AT SAVANNAH. Havakwah, April 10, 1866. The steamship Augusta arrived here after a paaaage of si*ty hours from New York, with all on" board well. The Deiellet Ship Jamti Cheater. Mai.timorr, April 10, 1866. Gapt. White, of the ihia James Chester, Hal arrive 1 in this city. He den!? a all knowledge of the auger holes, aad says that the vessel was waterlogged when she .waa abandoned. The underwriters here received this afternoon from WUinington a copy of the affidavit mad* by two of the crew of the ship. It is alleged that the auger boles were bored by the captain and mates, and that there waa no necessity for abandoning tbe snip. Part of the crew refused to sign the captain's protest when they were offered by him a hundred dollars to do so. The underwriters hare applied to the District Attor ney for a writ to arrest Capt White on tbe statement of one of the crew that there were but thirteen Inches of water In tbe hold when she was abandoned. Be also utatcs that the fresh water on board of her was gool, and that there was plenty, and that the srew were well. The log book states th at there wero seven feet of water io her, and that tbe was waterlogged before she was aban doned. Capt. White denies all knowledge of th* auger holes. Philadelphia Money Market, Ae. I'lULADKLPaiA, April 10, 1856. Our money market has undertone no chinge. Stocks were dull at th* first bosrd at the following rates ? Heading Railroad, 43; Morris Canal, 14X; l.ong Island Railroad, If : Pennsylvania fctate o's, , A despatch in yesterday's Bulletin announced the death of Robert M. Rtddle, of tbe Pittsburg Journal; but It was a mistake, his brother, John 8. Kiddle, of this city, having died while on a visit to Pittsburg. Marhtlu Nxw Orlka.kh, April 9, 1855. " mwi by the ai?.am?blp Baltic ?u received over lb* National line, and pnbMahed here on Saturday at naon. The advices in regard to cotton earned a Arm feeling in the naiket and gave prica an upward ten den;/. the sale* before tke poblication of the nee* ? mounted to 4,000 bale*. The receipt* at all the South em port* up to thin time, aa compared with thoie of laat >*ar, laL short 256, 000 bale?. CnA*L?KTO*, April 8, 1R55. Our cotton market in Arm. The aatee for laat three day* foot up 6,750 hale*, at pricea ranging from T\e. a 9JK?. Ctljr Intelligence. Tnii Paui or Ashlasd.? The anniversary of the birth day of Henry Clay will be celebrated to-morrow evening, at tie Metropolitan Hotel, by a banquet or more than ordinary splendor of attraction* aa to condiment#, and of interest aa to oratlonf. The whig morementa for the Pr??ld?nUa! election of '50 will be partly developed by the speakers en the occasion, amongst whom wiU lw ex-X'ri sldent Fillmore, Hon J. P. Kennedy, the Her. Mcaere. Osgood, Chapin, and other* of tiie good " old Hairy Clay " fraternity. Saiji o? it tiik Brkvoort Horn ?The re ce Tf r'* ?el?, by Simeon Eraper, of the elegant furniture (In om lot) in the Brevoort House, corner of Tenth itmt and Fifth ?v?nne, wa* held yeeterlny. The Arat coat of the furniture w?a 9100,000. The sale cimmnced at twelve o'clock. The flint b d wa* offered by Joeeph Najlcr, Eeo., at $20.0o0. lb* next wae by Alex. T. St? wart, -><| , at tar, ICO. The bidding wa* then con tinued, (olely between the a bore named persons, with conaicerable spirit, lad waa Anally knocked down to A. T. It* wait, at 928,100. Tbk A?ao<iATiom?T*? A Ooanncno*.? In (peaking, the other day, of tile meeting of Aaeociationleta, or Fourier iota, we Inalverten'.ly ldentiAe<l them with the I^eagae, whLb, we are Informed, 1* entirely a different organiza tion. not ckooa'ng to be so tdenttflad. The error occurred on acouit of *J>e Al|l<Mioalst? holding a meeting at the room* of the 1 ym, In Broadway. t'r-Tow* Movn^UB-llUvon or m Nrw Crrr Hali .? We understand MM the up town population are pre paring for a great pop il*r demonstration in favor of Meeting the new City Hall on Madiaon eouare, or soma other up town locality, within reach of the people who pay '.he 'ai<'?, and who should receive the bnarflt of good sentrlpal government. The Academy of Muaic i? apoksn of aa likely lo be the place ef .the piopoaed mi? meeting. City Pol I tire. TOCVO M KM'9 DEMOCIUTTC HARD STtSLL COVVfrm. The regular nmthly meeting of thia committee wa* held lent evening, at Wo. 33d Broadway. Mr. Jama* ParVer occupied the cbalr, and John King and Arthur D. Crtfghian ofll-siatad m ae-retare*. No buaiueea of lm por'a-i-e war truntaet i Me<*rs. Ood'rey li. Cun li*' N?ii Hew>oo, Jo:in King. Ed. M. Hotfdann aud Jonas m' l'hlllip* ?ert ap|omt<<i a committee to roofer with a ?inv.lar ort ap;t'ltad bjptbe jiJ Men'* Cenaral Hons T'i'.tee, to draft ri solo t.s with regard to :be pilisy of U.i ?tc i' (tittle*. Ad^mnaed to (uevt Aft. ?34, Tht General Wntfr? d AmctMha. Tie Brkt nxatUff af the Hailread jujL Its ?w trganination, entitled "tb?_ - ??,,, | sedation," was bel 1 )a?* aig*4 fit the '-'u "~m Ik* otjttt oi dllMjf M ??( for A In the astasia* ef mo ciaucn, 1* the promotion of the interest* ?d the itflivrf cor^ciationi represented therein, by gir.a? tottek Mm exprtsslcn ef all pie pa red end digested by the mrtlerf ccunjil ol their representatives. The tor IM consideration ere stated to be u folic war ? 1. The I ait (jut em u( leeuring efitiearr Mid KempCm* fr ni accidents on railroad!. 2. bUoipliae, economy, proper divii ion of labor and datr_ and minute and constaut iuperiatandeace ot eeerj 4e p?rtf mwt of rei'r?ad Luilum*. X Adequate rutnaneratioa' for railroad1 service, bj a Jent cemponfatiun for the trautportatiou of {i>*eaxere auil frrl.l.t. 4. 'i lie annihilation of all perquisite! ravin* ed by am rl"> i s, and all otln-r abate*. 0. Kconom; in fuel. (j. A iieueral retrenchment and refirm, that railroad* Bay be r< f arded as permanent ir,?tituvi?ne. 1 lie iuteting talUd to ordtr by the I'reaideit, Mr. John P. Jack ion, Vice President of the N?w Jeraay Mad n ad and Tranipuitatioii Uuwp&uy, Htan 8. Btatehforl, Krtj . Vice (resident of the Harlem Iti . * al, aftUaa' ng. a? lecrttary. There were about tea m> ai^ra peace" l Alt r organizing the meeting, the PnaibM iaa.le tue lolloaion remarks:? t nar>embling under tbil a*-* orgnaiaatiaa. it t? a ? ab - ject i f .ltcere eongratuU l.oa, that since uu last meeting, tbe railroad* in our connection h.iva pn we-,1 tfatough the moat inclement period ol rh? year, and Bare overcome tho expotures ami obstsefca of tbe w*a**r, with fie uvuidi nee of aerious ae^idenM. anl generally with ?!* nal aurcrra in tlielr opevutioaa. Krery ym*r brings with It i cw t? atlmony to th? um futures ot Midi* a an ! iue.ii active iDstlumeutality in carrying un the . tfaira of baa< Lt a a an- tociety at large henoe the iacaa perfect their mutual adaptation to V.e advancement *4 each Other, tho yreater wiU bo tlie welfare of both , aai it la highly natlilai toiy to w tneta iLo oloter coafocxul'y to public eonvtnience on tie part at railroad*, aivi the* favorable Hgaiii ? Inch are reciprocated Kipatiasaae Will c on tinue tc suggest improvement* until aivr railroad ay< ttm shall become so lit. l woven with the movemeuts of tbe comir unity, aa to form an es?atia'. pait of tbe machinery of liuman action and prcgress, per. fo'in ng ita v < rk with luch certainty and uuifor mi'y m to raciler ita agency reliable tnvl m i>apenaable. In ttc prorrcution of tbe great trujr eomci.te! to fl.o mimbcif of th? conrenxon, iur the executive Ecanageia of the public wtraa cntruatet ta> our care, it itill tc our dutj .mi pltaauie to giro eCiiaiaacy to our ra Imii' fj^tem, by mt.-oduciog all aucb taeprorenaeutji aa will enlarge i'a uaifulnuas. Frora aur oojouit counsels t.nd cominumcttuiDl, much >H-nettt, it la be l.tvto, will be derivd, and e-ich member ?riH uoabtle&a clieertully Impart auy *a'uabls knov?1t?dlg? he m*r poeFeia. and give the application of hi* time and talaiita in advanciLg tbe iQtereta, amT proojo'iog tbo facility a of the important department of bn i* ne' ii iu wbicli we are cogagH. By i? fete nee - to a jiubl'Hhed pampllet of our p?of??*!.n5?, and fie> ari'cUH by which tlitf nfEOciation Li-e governed, tbfr geiit-ial object* aud aimn of thU convvoOjn, will l>e^ r r id Turtuing tbe courne heretofore afap'ed, tlie bohines* committee, or uny member of the conveat oo, will prerent any subject deemed proper lor eontidei.t t on being new convened for thin purpose, it will 'ba in order to Introduce t n v^matter apprfjpnate for the action of this body. At' tbe conclua un of the Pre eid nt'a remarks, Mr. fhilo flurd, VTee-Pi-eai lent of tbe liuilion Hiver Kaiiroad, htated on batoall of the ex. ecuttve committee, that they had at pmeat no report to mtl<e. A motion was made by Mr. BLATcrmrcui. that a com mittee Le appointed to preheat all lnveatKteu brought to their notice, for the consideration of tika eoiwention. Tbe moti-n was adopted, aad the foHawiag gantlen *na appointed : ? I>. C. McCallum, of Kew York and Krfe Railroad. Phllo Kurd, of Hudeoa River Railroad. J. Van Fcnnaelaer, of Murriaand Esiex Railroad. John O. Stearns, of Central KaHroad ef New Jeraey. Israel >triith, of New Jersey Railroad aad Tranepor'A tion t emjany. Mai tin Greene, of Lebanon Spring! Railroad. The following resolution!, j>re*f nted by thw President, were, on motion, adopted:? Resolved, That the Buslaeai Committaebt r oaeated t? present a detailed report at tbe next tueeUnu. on the aabjant of Introdncipg coal aud coke, aad the noasw-aetioii of rail road onuines capabla of using them aa fuel, with tbe progreae already ninde to attain this desirabl* ead. Kesolved, That any inrormatioa poaauatsd ea this subject by tbe member! of tLU Convention bo eoaaaaalsated to the ltu>ineat Committee, to aid therein tbe piwyacatiea ef a fall report. Lettert of apology for non attendance ware read from Jobn B JiTvta, President of the Northern Indiana and Michigan ."southern hallroad ; ffm. 8. Hairiaon, of the Baltimore and Ohio Kulroad; Samuel L. Hoamiedieu, Frerident of the Hamilton and llayton Railrow; Wm. P. Bishop, Superintendent ef tha Naa^atoek Railroad. Ihe last named waa elected Aesistan* Secretary, and tha first three Vles-Preaidenta of tbe associatiM. The convention, af Mr examfait g aaveral Inventions, I adjourned to the 18th of Ma/ next, at 7 o'clock P. M. Murine A0Utl< * Tim Giufmhot Sight ld ?The British KkooMt CftjlH topher, arrived here, report* aeeing, an the Ulat March, la lat. 28 IX, Ion. 02 07, an Amei lean ettyper bark , paint ed all black outside, with no topgallant asset* aloft, ver y light, and standing 8. S. E. From tb? description, and be diTeetioa she was sailing, the veaatl was probably Ihe Grapes hot, Mat to the Canary Island* la pursuit of Baker, the prine. pal in the late bu4mmu affray at Stanwlx Hall. ThaGrapeahot sailed oa the aoraini of the 18th ult , aad, K the Teasel tee a, had made eoms tbou ?and miles la about four days, which ia pretty (ool sail - ins, and, If coatlaued, would probably enable her to overhaul the brig] Isabella Jewett. supposed to bare on board the culprit. Lai- sea. ? Mr. Eckford Webb will launch to day, at 3 o'clock, from hia jard at Green point, the beautiful threa masted achooner, built for Tboa. Duaham, K?q., and named in honor of her builder, "Eakford Webb." Ska Is considered one of the finest vessels of her daa* ever constructed. Her length between perpendiculars, is 134 feet j extreme breadth, 30 feet 9 laches; depth of hold, 12 feet 6 iscbes. .The frame is of the very best of whita oak, is moulded 14 Inches at keel, 11 Inches at floor heads aad 6 inches at top height; floor side from 10 to 12 Inch**, futtieks 8 to 9 Inches, top* 8 inches keel Hides 13 inches, moulded 15 Inches, with a shoe ef 4 inches on bot tim of keel ; kelson sides 13 incbea, moulded 16 lachea, and are two tier In depth, with sister kelaona aloag of 8 by 12 inches. Her ceiling, on the tlatof the Hoot la 3 inch cbes tblck of oak, the balance of ceiling yellow pine, 3 streak a of 8 Inches thick, then 3 streake of 7 Inches thick, tben 3 streaks of 6 incbea thick, claaipa 8 Inches thick , the balance of ceiling 6 inches tnick. The walea ere of 4>, inch oak plank, diminished to the thickness of the bottom plank, which are 3 Inchee thick, ef tba best white oak. The garbcard streak ts 6 inches thick, snd-rqnar*, fastened with tolts and treenails. The celling in square fastened with iroa bolts, and the plank - in< is fastened with treenails. The deck beans era sics.l 12 and 13 lnc!ira, moulded 10 at ctntre, 7 lactes at ends, snd sre 6 feet from centres. The bfsD* are all double kneed, with hanging knee* under each beam. beck* ?re all 3 inch** tiick. Tba water ways are sided 12 incbea, and moulded 12 laches, with a p!aak 3 Incbea thick, 1 Inches wide on the top of water way, wbuh extends tbe timbers above the fatten ing in knete and water ways, ?nd nuihes two mora streaks of planking on the outside than usual. The plankabear is 21 inohes f-on the top of deck ; tbe rail la f) feet 2 incbea above deck, and are each Ave incbea thick. She baa a poop deck 82 feat long, to ohhh is at tached a house 1? feet by 14 feet for galley aad forecastle, well secured with knees, hie. The maata are all of equal Ungfb. 89 feet l<ng, 2fl inihea diameter, with topniat &2 feet long on f<re and mlzen, and 54 feet long on in it a ? 12 iocbep In diameter. The fere and main booms are 39 feet long; spanker 68 feet long for*, main, and speaker gaft* 38 feet long; bowspilt out board, .27 feet loag, ilbboom 20 feet long; flying jlb'jojm 14 'feet long, pole 4 feet long The Teasel is painted white, and la ornamented with a head of an eagle for figure head, and haaa small neat laffrail on tbe attrn, with a likeness of tbe btilder, her namesake, In the centre. She la intended for tba Southern business. Tux New Balasci Drt Dock.? This immense fluting structure baa been taken to tbe pier adjoinlrg the Tenth street ferry, at (Ireenpslnt, L. I , where ahe Is teopsra rily fastened, for tba purposeof taking up tbe steamship Pacific, one of ihe Collins' line of steamers. Brooklyn Cltjr Jfewa. Fatal Carriaoi Accmwrr.? Mr. Henry Rad'nrd, , u aged and respectable citizen, waa thrown from hia wa|nn, which ha was driving through 8aads street, on Monday afternoon, and waa 10 seriously lajnred that ha v died tba fame night. The accident waa caused by tba frightening of hia horaa, which raa away aad etm* in collision with another vehicle, causing the lastaat death of the animal attached tbereta. Jersey City Intelllgenea Snuor* Iccinot ? Yesterday aft-mexjn, Mr. Richard Hsmel, an Importer doing business la Cedar street, New York, and residing In North Bergea, bad hie light arm blown off by the prematura discharge of a gua la the hands of aaother person Cowrt Calendar? Thus Day. I'umii Statu* bnmtior Cotar? Nos. 13, it. 20. 22. 14 - to k9. Orrn a*t> Txaantra? Murder trial*. Fi rani* Ootrw-Circnlt.? No?. 1344, 2*44, 16i6. 54w, llfj, 178J, 1786 to 1704. Si ratal Cor *r- Special Term-Noe. 26, AO, 144, 110, 6,19, 38, 43, 44, 69. 90, 130, 13?. Connox 1'iain? Part let? Nos. 944, 79, 447, 449, 170, 282, 414, 438, 4*9 to 4'.4, 476. Pait M-Noa. 44, 37*, 377, 382, 395, 399, 444, 446. 402, 464. 466, 4"6. 476, 262. 179! Si riaioa Corar? Voe. 90, 202, 260, 226, 2*9, 399, 330, 331, 834, 3??, 336, 338, 339, 342, 346, 347, 3S?. 361, 3.12, 363, 3/>6 to :-#3, 366, 370 to 3M, 129, i?, 19. Pablle Approval ku attaadsd Use etbrt* ainda by KNOX, tbs hatter, to Introduce styles nf hats tsat sivs aa air ef respectability sad ased breeding 10 the wwarar. Hit atylts for tbe prsssat >?aaee art smlnsetly popular, as Indrad they esnld not wsll help beoo?la?, from their pe-e liar alacasos ef ?nisb,b?aoty ol shape, aad dsrvViltty of teiterr lilt tp town dapnt, at .'>31 Brnsawav. aad his older ssiakllsh-d stand at H* I "Hon street (San InUdiaga), iff ? crowded heth day aad svealsg. The ImlthaMlaa llottsa on Ufea Karnpeaa plan, I! mad way, eoraer sf lleaatoa strest-will cp*a for tba recaption '.ftravsllers aad ths pablls.ea Wsdeeeday Ami j II. be -aa-dea .ad afc^Ajil^ ^ ^ John Keeae, Aurllenicr^.Boeke tellina a* low frlMtat NORTON'# ssetkis aaleef boo>a r9r i,t,r7r( at 71 C'bembsrt itrset, ceuaisnelai at 4 P m. every dav till >oa?lndsd. To I>antterr?an Arllata and Ot>irrs._Kor ?air, tba laaes, appar.tea. atoeb aad favattsrs ef a (ra* rata rallary ia tbs heet sltaati ?a la br .aklys, en* oiaa a fi-o??ae!s huaiasea. T erns ? ads bsewa hp apptjtM at ||0 film ?<ra*i "{???b'/s, f _