Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 10, 1873, Page 10

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 10, 1873 Page 10
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BURIED IN THE RUINS. A New Building Falls and Crnahes Thirty Per sona Beneath It? A Night Scene in Kiddle town, Conn.? Six Bodies Taken from the Debris by Torchlight? Wine Mangled Hen Bescned ? Children Likely Among the Victims. Habtforp, Conn., April 0, 1873. About four o'clock this afternoon the four story building, nearly completed, owned by JoelShepard and situated on Main street, Middletown, fell, burying beneath the ruins, It is believed, some twenty-tlve persons. For several days the building has been thought to be unsafe, and the coruice has shown several cracks, caused by the settling of the foundation ; but the builder and Mr. Shepard, the owner and superintendent of the joiner work, have had no fears of the building falling. The foundation wails were eighteen inches thick, the north and south walls of brick and the front and rear of wood. The trame was covered with sheet Iron. The ilrst story was Intended lor stores and and the upper stories for offices. The building deemed to spread at the foundation, and the whole structure fell inwardly. The first reports that were circulated stated there were forepersons at work on the building, but later it has been positively ascertained there were not more than have been stated at>ove, and it may prove taat there were still less. The greatest excitement prevailed in Middletown when the acci dent became known, and every able-bodied citizen immediately set to work to remove the debris to find who were the unfortunate victims. As soon hn it became dark sufficient torches to enable the citizens to see were brought into requisition, and at this nonr, nine P. M., the following bodies have Iieen taken from the rulus:? K. II. Harrison, Joiner: John Kelly and James Lilian, plasterers, and E. Sullivan, laborer. Those who have been taken out Injured are J. Evrsland, Henry Harris, J. Tully. T. B. Whiting, W. Cantield and James Peterson. The extent of their injuries is not lully known, but It Is believed that two or three are fatally injured. Peterson has both arms and legs broken. The architect was Mr. Rnssell, of New Haven, and Messrs. Hutler & Wcstlanu, of Middletown, did the mason work. At a later hour to-night two more bodies were taken lrom the rums; oiic a brother of the owner of the building and the other a workman named Phelps. Joseph Eveland had his skull fractured and will die. as it has been a common practice for people to visit the building for the past lew days, it is leared there may be more buried beneath the ruins than is known. The Mayor has announced to the crowd that all the men known to have been ut work 011 the build ing have been accounted for and that the rest had better be lelt till morning. It Is stated by Mr. Sheppard that the architect told him two weeks ago the buildiug was perlectly ?ale. The foundation walls were laid In November and December, without the digging of trenches below the irost, aud this, together with the removal of the earth lrom the cellar, which had just been flutsned. is without doubt the cause of the disaster. Twenty thousand dollars had been expended on the building. An investigation will be had. The building has received more than usnal examination, because ol the discussing 01' the pro priety of erecting a tower on it, lor a fire alarm bell and clock. The Middletown National Bank officers were to-day taking precautionary measures to protect their building, which joined the Sheppard block on the south, they believing the building was unsafe. No injury was done to tlieir building, however. A man named Canfleld, thinking lie felt the building give wa.v, jumped from the third story aud escaped uninjured. I.ATER. It Is now definitely ascertained that there were thirty persons employed on the buildiug, and a lady states she saw several children looking out of one of the windows just previous to its fall. Six dead itodies have Iieen found and nine persons re moved, fonie slightly and some seriously Injured. Work will be resumed 111 the morning. A jury of inquest has been summoned, and it is the inten tion of the authorities to investigate the cause of the accident thoroughly, and to liold the guilty parties to a strict account. DOES IT MEAN WAR ? All the Available Troops in the Country Being Concentrated Along the Bio Grand:? Seven Begimenta Now on the Ground? Secretary Belknap, Phil Sheridan and the Old Generals in Consultation. Han Antonio, Texas, March 29, 1873. Are we drifting into a war!1 Is General Grant preparing trie way lor that millennium when the world shall "become one nation, speaking one lan guage, and when armies and navies will no longer be required," by adding, nolens xxHent, our sick and lawless neighbor on tne Rio Grande to our glori eus constellation of States? Is it a menace, an army or protection or an army of invasion that our troop* are concentrating in Texas, and particu larly on its western boundury? These are questions that are being asked by every one hereabouts? by those who for years tiave been predicting that such an event would toon comc to pass, as well as by those who have laughed at the idea as chimerical. For the lasttivc years a war with Mexico has seemed possible, but oever before has it appeared probable. For months past an activity In the military, unusual in these piping times of peace, has prevailed in this State. Troops changing station, repairs and relittlngs in the quartermaster's Department and inspections are the order of the day. The Kio Grande, between Laredo and Brownsville, which not long since was Almost entirely without cavalry, an arm of the aervice most necessary there, has now the Ninth cavalry. General Edward Hatch In command, with headquarters at Ringgold, besides the Twenty fourtn infantry, General Doubleday In commaud, with neauquarters at Brownsville; wmle at Fort Clark, fifteen miies distant lrom the Kio Grande, ten companies of the Fourth ravair.v will soon tie concentrated, under General McKenzie, an officer who, though young in years anil with a reputation that would already satisfy many older men. is ambitious iu seeking fresh laurels. It is also believed that the troops occupying the northern and northeastern frontier ol Texas are under orders to march south. The following is a list of the regiments now sta tioned In Texas, with their respective command ing ofllcers, viz. Fourth cavalry, colonel R. 8. McKenzle. Nintti cavalry. Colonel Edward Hatch. Tenth Infantry, Lieutenant Colonel A. McD. Mc Cook. Eleventh infantry, Colonel W. 11. Wood. Twenty-lourth iniantry, colonel Doubleday. Twenty-fifth iniantry, Colonel Andrews. All of which can be made disposable by the addi tion of two regiments Horn General Pope's com mand. The Nineteenth iniantry, in New Orleans, could also be added, ?o tnat in s.x weeks an avail* able force of 6,ooo regulars can be thrown on the Rio Grande. Texas would be Riad to add 6,ooo of her horsesscn. which, acting as irreguiur cavalry, would be diftlcnlt to surpass. And in New Mexico another column of 6,000 regulars und volunteers may be readily organised. These are (sets about which there Is no secrecy, and which, it seems to inc. are significant of future events. General Augur, commanding this department, returned yesterday from a trip to the Rio Grande, and we are hourly expecting General Belknap, Secretary of War, together with General Sheri dan. II any fighting Is to be doue, t.v whom should tlic word ''Go" be given It not by Mieridan, the lighter p <ir excellence f The names ?>f Augur. ItcCook, BouMeday and others known to us year* be lore our late ever to be lamented war are guarantees of success. That the annexation ol Mexico, or a removal of cur irontler lurther west, I- lustiflable and neces sary )?> beyond dispute, witness our stolen herds, our murdered cltlzeus. Witness, too, those roving Indians, our pest ami our terror, who Hud in her towns a ready market lor their plunder and a reiuge lrom our troopers. Forbearance ceases to be a virtue with such telltales staring us m the face for years. "Hut onr sister Republic," u the rry. A Republic lorsooth oi tactions ami military bands ! A Republic preying on Itself, scud-civilised inane, DISASTROUS FIRES. The National Tube Works at M< Kre? < port. Pa., Take Flrr-Onr Man Killed by Ihf falling Roof? $'iU(),UUII Worth ?f Property Dfilroytil. PiTTUrM, fa., April <i, 1873. Three bridge trestles, supporting seventy feet of roof of the National Tube Works, situates at IfcKeesport, Fa., gave way at five o'clock this afternoon, breaking the gas conductor leading from the gas producer to the furnaces. The gas toon fire, and t lie mill building was imme diately enveloped in flames and totally de stroyed. Two hundred tiieu were working under the roof when it fell, but miuiculousiy only one man was killed. Several workmen sustained Hi juries, none of which will he likely to prove futal. Loss $2bo,ooo; insurance $190,000. The coffee mlll^ of Arbucftle <V Co., In this city vcre consumed hi Jir 6 tl m evening. Lwss |io,uvu. , SHIPPING NEWS. Almanac Iter Mew Work? Thli Day. frN AND MOON. Fnn rises 6 'J6 bun seta e 34 ITIOH WATKH. got. Island... worn baudv Hoolt.. morn Muoii bets.. ..morn 4 6S I Hell Gate oioru OCEAN STEAMERS. 6 48 fl 03 8 aa DATES OF DErAKTPItK FROM NEW YORK FOR THE MONTH OK APRIL. City of Bristol.... Ilolsatia France City of Brooklyn.. Kuropa Donau Idaho Trinacria Bremen Cityot Waihlng'n Silesia Spain City hi Antwerp. . Adriatic California Saxonla Ville du Havre. Main. Minnesota .New York Columbia City ol Baltimore. frisia DvuUchland Italy City of London. . . . India Baltic Manhattan llunsa .sui/a. [ Ihjtnwt '"i. Oftct. April b>. April Id. April 12. April 12. . April 12 April 12. April 16. . April 16. . April 16 April 17. i April 17. April 19. Anril 19. April 19. April 19. .April 19. I April 19. April 19. April 23. April 23. April 23. April 24. April 24. April 26. April 2R. April 26. April 26. April 26. April SO. April SO. Liverpool . . Hamburg. . Liverpool . . Liverpool. . (ilaagow.. . . Bremen ? Liverpool.. Glasgow Bremen Liverpool . . Hamburg.. Liverpool. . Liverpool. . Liverpool.. Glasgow . . . Huiuburg. Havre Bremen. .. Liverpool. Bremen. . . Glasgow.. . Liverpool. Hamburg Bremen.. . Liverpool. Liverpool. QIomow. . . Liverpool . Liverpool . I Bremen. .. 1 !?"> Broadway. |61 Broad v ay. 69 Broadway. IB Broadway. 7 Bowling i iroen 2 Bowling Green 29 Broadway 7 Bowling Green 2 Bowling Green 14 Broad wav. 61 Broadway. 69 Broadwa). 15 Broadway. 19 Broadway 7 Bowling Green 6i Broadway. SH Broadway. 2 BowiingGrecn 29 Broadway 2 Bowline Green 7 Bowling Green In Broadway 61 Broadway. 2 Bowiinir Green 6!) Broadway 1.% Broadway 7 Bowling Grcon 19 Broadway 2" Broadway. 2 BowlingOreea PORT OF NEW YORK, APRIL 9, 1873. CLEARED. 8team?tiin Wyoming (Br), Price, Liverpool via Queen*, town? William* A Guion. Steamship Algeria <Hr). Le Messurier, Liverpool via Quecnxtnwn? C (i Pruncklyn. steamship Holland (Br). Bragg. London? K W J Hurst Steamship Metropolis, Nickerson, New Orleans ? C II Mallorv A Co. Ship Liverpool, Lamliert, London? Grlnnell, Minturn A Co. Ship Grahams Pollev, Clapp, Cronstndt? J Atkins A Co. Bark Kong Kverre (Aior), Hansen, Bordeaux? Tetens A Boekmann. . ? . Bark Calcutta (Ital), Ganguilla, Nuples? Funch, Edye A Co. Bark Johanna Margaretha (Ital), Rasmussen, Genoa? Tetens it Ifockniaun. Bark Marathon. Donnell, Marseilles? .las Henry. Bark Sunlivht (Ilr), ilayes, Montevideo via I'ort John sou? llenev A Parker. Bark Jennie Cobb, Packard, Asplnwall? Snow A Bur gess. Bark Said Bin Sultan, Otis, Port Johnson? Boyd A rtlncken. Brig Sunnyside (Br), Alexander. Liverpool? J I* Sum ner. Brig Anna (Br). O'Oonnell, Bahia? C H Trumbull. Brig Koldlng (Dun), Brock. Bahia? Funch, Eil.ve A Co. Brig Pearl, NeaU Barbados? D Trowbridge A Co. Brig Iris (Br), Downing, St John, NB?Ucney A Par ker. Brig Orion (Br), Robinson, Glizabotliport? P I Nevius A Son. Brig Beauty (Br), Sinclair, Port Johnson? P I Nevius A Son. Sehr Annie Freeman, Boynton, Point-a-Pltre? B J Wen berg. Sehr Henry Middleton, Brower, Jacmel? Isaac R Sta ple*. Schr Ring Dove, Swain, Aux Cayes? A Nones A Co. Sehr W R Beebe, Lotion Cardenas? Evans, Ball A Co. Sehr R E Yates, Yates, Brashear Cltv? J S Ingrulium A Co. Schr Florida, Gllmore, Jacksonville? S C Lond A Co. Sehr M B Bramhail, Gillette, Savannah? Evans, Ball A Co. Schr John McAdarn, Montgomery, Charleston? Squires, Thornton * Co. Schr Ethan Allen, Blake, Portland? Miller A Hough ton. Schr Mary Isabel, Sammis, Providence? Rackett A Bro. Sehr S Brainard, Hawkins, Providence? 11 W Jackson A Co. Schr T Dickinson, Mitchell, Westerly, RI. Schr Henry Lemuel, Jarvis, New liavun? Rackett A Bro. Steamer Black Diamond, Meredith. Philadelphia? W Kirkpatnck. steamer Philadelphia. Davis. Philadelphia. ARRIVALS.* BirORTCT BV THE HERALD FTKAM YACHTS AND HKF.AU> W11ITKSTONK TELKURAPH LINK, steamship France (Br), Thomson, Liverpool March 26 ?l^Oueeustown 27, with inrtse and 898 pan^ngersto FW 1 1 1 ii r-it Hurt tine weather ail the pas-age. 6tli liist, lat 43 29 Ion 84, pawed a Cunard steamer, bound east ; same dav lat 42 87 loll ftfi 30, a duion steamer, do; <th, lat 41 lb, loii?> 20 an Anchor line steamer, do; saine day. l< M iii ?with schr Oliver Scoflald. from Baltimore for M w york, dismasted (bet ore reported) .took her iu tow and brought h Htiams^u^me duXvre (Fr. new), Surmnnt. Havre, and Brest liarch 29, with mdae and 1U0 passengers to Geo Mackenzie, "ad moderate weather. sirHtnshii) Silesia (<Jer), Heblch, Hamburg Mare n *?, and Havre 29th with uulsc and 774 passengers to Kun f,a?dT A Co A'rst part of pa-sane had strong NW and SW winds and hl.'h westerly sea; >all?r P*'' "off^e and chaiiKeublf weather, with log. Htn inst, on rire Island, passed a National 7i,i.Va steamship Finland muisi. Llndblcjm, Vt^v J t .Vliaiik s with milse to Kunch, Edve A Co. Was 17 aavs To nauKs Newtoundlaai with tine weather ; sinec fieavy west "&am'hip Sidonian <Br),Hender^n Marbles Feb ?, ftenoa March 2, Leghorn 4th, Naples 8th, Messina iun, Palermo 14th. Valencia 19th and (Jibraltar Kd, with indse and (>t ouMmngcru t<> Henderson Bros. Had MtroBjs wtst erlv win iTup to Inst 7 days; thence moderate weather steamship i'iiy of Havana, Deaken, Havana AprU 8. with utdse and pasgengers to F Alexandre 4 Sons. Was detiined 3 hours outside the bar by to*. . , ch n r.othair (of London), Peacock, Kobe Dec 1 ft. witn teas AcTto ? W CorUes. rawed through Isunil Straits at I f> P.M ? had strong SW gales and heavy he.ad sea to Dec is* thence to Aniler light northerly winds and fine weather; passed Aniler Jan 11. at midnight ; haii calms, suualls and light winds until Jan 1H. in lat 9 22 ?, Ion 102 39 K where got the SK trades, wliieli wen* very light, and lost them Feb 9, in lat 3ii 40 8, Ion M 20 K; Passed "ane ot Viood Hope Feb 17; had variable winds and weather until March 17, which dav crossed the Equator in Ion 2ft 3ft had good SK trades, anil carried them to March 2<i lat 23 UN. Ion 66 88; last two days thick, disagreeable weather. Feb 4, lat 2S26 S, Inn 60 IS E, spoke ship Vic toria ?'ross i Br), from Rangoon for Liverpool, nth. lat 35 26 s, Ion 22 40 E. brig Flurov (Br), from bwa*. River for London; March 10, lat 3 4.1 S, Ion 26 04 W, brig Bor deaux (Fr). from Bordeaux for Valparaiso; brig Victor a (fler) from Trieste (or Pernambuco brig Tore VrateHt dial) bound south ; March 16. lflt 0 19 H, Ion 26 38 W, bri" I Nunu iBri, tmm Moreton Bay tor London ; 19th, lat 2 '12 N Ion 81 2ft, lis r It (Irasmere (Br), from Portland (Oregon) for Queenstowns April 6, on t ape llattcras, wlir Winner, bound north. , __ - _i.?. Kark Caroline (Nor), Jansen. Liverpool 83 days, with salt to order ; vessel to Tetens A BorMnann. t ( !1 ^,.1!! southern paaaage and had tine weather; been 14 days ?'uark ulat Kvrre (Nor), Bergh, Dunkirk 80 davs, In bal last No Funeh . Edye A Co. Took the southern Passage ami had tine weather: was 6 days W ol Bermuda. 7th Inst, off t'ape Henry, saw bark Gunhilda (Br), trom New | ^ 'BarkBrodrene' (Nor), Olsen, Bordeaux M.An.7* wine Ac. to K l<a Montague ; vessel to Boyd A Hlncken. Made a southern passage and had tine weather to the ! dull ; from thence I* days, with strong gales trom bW to 1 K Bark Pel er c' Warwick (of Cardiff), Kline, Rio Janeiro ' Feb l'i with coffee to Pendergast Bros A t.o. C rossed the I Equator March 17. in Ion 39 1 W W ; hw been 8 days north i ottl an eras, with easterly winds and thick tog . April 4, I lat 86 2ft N Ion 73 W, spoke brig. Exnerlmeut (Swe), from 1 Plymouth, F. for City Point, A a. 70 days, short ot water anu provisions; snpplled her with water, bread and to bacco; same day exchanged slgaals with schr Teal, bTirkCuracao (of Windsor, NS), Lockhart, Curacao 17 days with skins, suit, Ac. to.Tas Foulks' hona. Had fine weather to lluttcras; from thence 6 days with NE winds "Brig'lUttft (of Boston). Cates. Clentuegos 16 days, with sucsr and inolsssesto J A (i Fowler; vessel to Slmpsoa A ciapp; been ft days N of Hotteras, with light easterly W Brig W I^Blcktiiore (of St George. Me), Bickmore Ma tan/as 11 davs. with su^ar, Ac, to \oungs, smith A Co, M Hrig' Herman (of Stockton), Hichborn, Havana 10 days, with stitfur to t'arver A Barnes. Had variable weather; ? M!l 4 (Uvs N of llatteras. March 81, off Carvsport, spoke schr \rinis Kve. from Galveston tor Amsterdam. Hri" T II A Pitt, Ilubbert, of and Iroin Bermuda 8 days, with in'ls" to Jones * Lough. Ilad moderate weather no date, lat 3S, Ion 71 80, s;ioke schr Sarah ltoss, hence tor ' "liritf '"Rowland (of Bostoa), Rvder. Bermuda 6 days. In ballast to Miller A Houghton Had good weather. Schr Francis <> Davis (ot Harwich). Hoane, Baracoa 10 davs? with trult to .1 A T Pear-all ; vessel to B .1 Wenberg. Had moderate wi ather ; has been 3 days north of llatte r"schr S C Noves (of Newburyport), Lee, Bar?eoa 10 dav- with trtiii to Km Iiouglass. vessel to B J Wenberg. lia.i irood weather ami litfht winds. ,n.,? I s. hr Abllie 11 Brown (of Prt 1 " wn ? P io I ft I Baracoa II days, with frnit to T .1 Madge: vessel to J M Staple-. Had I i _? ti t wind- and calms; was 4 da> ? ! ot Hsitera-, with thick foir ; March 30. ott Baracoa. spok< I whr M U curn n.ot Provlncatown. baund in. schr Laura Pride (ot Turks l-land i, Alexander. Bara coa II dav*. wHh Iriiit to T I Mailie ; vessel la Win Molt. F.een 6 (lavs north ol llatteras. with light. batHini. " loi's snrt thick ton ; March 28. off Fortune Island, spoke brln W in Mena (of Exeter, K), Iroin Altavela lor Miltord <Wx"hr S.assacus (of Provlneetown), Ritchie. Barneoa 11 days with trult to l A T !Var?ull ; vessel to master. Been I a days N ot llatt.-ras, with light NF winds and thick I'ig. Schr Mary A Harmon, llavis, Matanzas March 29, with II,8chr'j*B<< iUaey, Gllkey, Maunza* 10 days, with sngar, * Win ocean Lllv (of llalila*, NS), Munroe, Cape Can?o, Ns U'daxs With tl-h to Alirert Windsor A Mm; vessel to master Had moderate weather. . Srl.r Thomas P Ball, Ryder, (ialvcston 16 days, t\lth cottoll, Ar. to Kvans, Ball A *'<?? Sclir 1. P Pharo. Aaderson, \ irglnia. 's.-hr Two Brothers. Itlnido.1, t irgniia. k hr Charley Miller, White, Virginia for New Haven. fichr K atle Hall. Hopkins) Virginia tor New Haven. Si hr Win Butler. Knowles. Virginia tor B< ?ti o ^ ir loll 11 lame* Freeman, Virginia tor Kewbur) port. 1 XrZi'nX dK,.^?,;.p,,^s";dig^1 to'i * ''?> sea"; | veswi bec?.^iigbaiiiy icco in ?v uJW(.rn (lr(,k, all s?S 'ssScsaa' "? ? as. ?. a, rAMSi"!*! t i iss xrs.rjffrJW&'ia'B. hv steam-hip Frauee (lir). Capt Thomson. fr. m '.l?cr pool tor New York, who klndlv supplied IIS wiUi provl bions, took us In to* aad brought us to this port. Si hr A .1 Itentley, Koblnson, Baltimore. Sc hr 8 T Wines, llulae, Baltimore tor ^orwlrh Schr K II Karne-, Avery, Baltimore for New Haven. I'atkWd Through Hell Gate. BOCND SOITTTT. Steamship Dirigo. Johnson, Portland for New ^ork, with md-e and passengers. Steamship <*laueus, tValden. Boston for New lork, witn mdsc and passengers. Ui II F Dlninck Sclir llattie. Huckias, Lul.ec lor New Vork. with dsn to J,sch rotary F Pike, Good, .Luhec tor New York, with flsli to Jed Fry e" A Co Schr Carrie L llix, Hix, Rockland for New Vork, with ?tone to Bridge Co. schr Beni strong, Weeks, 1'orLand for New York, with lutiibvr tu vi lite. Sclir .'amos Allstrnm, II nit. Fall River for Now York. ' Sehr t^arah W Blake, Blake, Dighion for New York, with stone to order. schr .lotin Boynton, Hill. Bridgeport for New York. ' with lallt to John Bovnton's Hon A Co. Sehr Ttaos Potter. Hill, Marion lor New York. Schr A lleaton. Smith. Providence tor New York. Hchr Pa ugus.se t, Waples. Boston for Philadelphia. Schr Celeste. Brown, Northtiort for New York. Schr Mary Tice, Dunham, New Haven for Elizabeth port. Schr Casco Lodge, New Ilaven for Now York. Selir A .) I'ubeiw, Hlake, New Haven for New York. Schr Ann Dole, Bunce, Providence for New York. Schr Bed .1 ncket, Averell. Rockland tor New York, with lime to J R Brown. Schr Forest Oak, Parker, New Haven for Baltimore. Schr 'iaintna, Dodge, New Haven lor New York. Schr Harriet Baker, Brown. Portland for New York, with barrels to order. Schr L L Hamilton, Saunders, Providence for New York. Schr Alliston, Sawyer, Calais for New York, with lum ber to Jed Frye A Co. Schr B S Young, Carboy, New London for New York. Schr American Chief, Snow, Rockland for New York, with lime to Candee A Pressev. Sclir A Milken. Woodhull, Klverhead for New York. BchrBH Warlord, Sprague, Pawtucket for New York. Schr John Stockhutn, Hart, Providence for New York. Schr J DJerrurd, Ferris, Port Jefferson for Elizabeth port. Schr KII Huntley, Dodge, Providence for New York. Schr F Niekerson, Kelly, Boston lor Philadelphia. Schr J H Tripp, Niekerson, Chatham for Now York. Schr 8 A Falconer, Wilton, Pawtucket for Now York. Schr W (irav, Allen, New Londoa for New York. Schr Veranda, Pond, Norwich lor New York. Schr Joseph Rogers, Rogers, Connecticut River for New York. Hchr John L Tracy, Ottrry. Boston for Philadelphia. Sclir Clarissa Allen, Baxter, Providence for New York. Schr Richard Muhrhoff, Nichols, Providence for Now York. Sehr A Burton. Johnson, Providence for New York. Kcbr C J Ericsson, Day, Port Jefferson tor New York. Sehr Maria Fleming, Weaver, Providence for New York. Schr CharlPH Carroll, Chase, Providence for New York. Schr Ney. Chase, Fall Kivor for New York Schr M Kilev, Cobb. New London for New York. Schr Sarah Elizabeth, Kelly, Providence for New York. Sehr Kate Scrantun, Palmer, Providence for New York. Schr President, Bradlev. Clinton tor New York. Schr Katie J lloyt, Arnold, New Haven for Baltimore. Schr Cornelia, llart. New Ixuidon lor New York. Schr Ada () Lombard, Fall River lor New York. Sehr Eagle, Chase, Providence lor New York. Schr Florida, Newman, Rockland for New York, with lime. schr Ganges, Gardner, Portland for New York, with lumber. Schr Roger Parmelee, Lee, Northnert for New York. Schr Golden Rule, Howes. Providence lor New York. Schr E Runvon. Campbell, New London for New York. Schr M E Terry, Terry, Rockland tor New York, with witli lline to J it Brown. Schr Maggie A Lucy, Avery, Allyn's Point for Balti more. Schr Lizzie Rnvmond, Lord, Providence for New York. Hchr Klien Perkins, Kelly, New Bedford for New York. Schr Pioneer, Parker. New Haven for Baltimore. Schr Cornelia, Carroll, New Haven for Elizabethport. Schr lieorge W Middleton, Shannon, Providence for New York. Sehr Eva Dlverty, nand, Providence for New York. Schr J H Young, Barrett, Providence for Port Johnson. Sehr Thomas B Smith, Bowman, Fall Itlvcr for New York. Schr A J Williams, Morrell, Stamford for Now York. Schr Dart. Williams, Stamlord lor New York. Schr O C Acken, Mead, Stamford tor New York. Steamer Galatea, (laic. Providence lor Now York, with mdse and passengers. BOUND KAST. Steamship Wamsutta. Fisn. New York for New Bedford. Schr Wiiiow Harp, South Amboy for Providence. Schr Success, Richards, Hohoken for Pawtucket Schr Ontario, Barber, Port Johnson for Boston. Schr Billow, Wallace, New York for Dix Island. Schr Helen Perrv, New York for Boston. Schr Rambler, Hamilton, Virginia for New Haven. Schr R Blair, Brown, New York for Pawtucket. Sclir Edwd Kidder. Chase. Baltimore for Boston. Sclir Watchful, (iill, New York for Boston. SchrC P shultis, Younir, New York for New naven. Sclir Albert l'liaro, Bingham, New York for Provi dence. Schr George Edwin, New York for Northport. Schr Maria, Chudwiek, Now York lor New London. Schr Jas M Bay Us, Arnold. New York for Providence. Schr Hattie S Collins, Trlbble, South Amboy for Provi dence. Sehr Ida Hudson, Brown. New York for Boston. Schr M A Predinore, Sherman, New York for Provi dence. Schr Lizzie A Bennett, Adams, Philadelphia for Mystic Schr Island City, Allen. New York lor Boston. Sclir Rachel Jane, Kelly, New York for Providence. Steamer Doris, Young, New York for Providence. SAILED. Steamships Algeria, for Liverpool; Wyoming, do; Hol land, London ; Olympic, Glasgow; Metropolis, New Or leans. Telegraphic Marine Correspondence. Barnf.uat, NJ, April 9, 1873. There is n Rhtp ashore ten miles south of Barnegat. Crew on board, Have not been able to ascertain her nauie as yet. lllarlne Disaster*. Rteamship Cor* (Pan), from Barrow tor New York, which put into Cadiz Feb 5 with beam broken, cargo shitted, Ac, repaired and sailed Tor destination March 20. KmipOtto A AxroNtK (Nor), Gunderson, from Baker's Island for Falmouth, E. was at Apia (Navigator's Island) .Ian II, having putin previously, leaking badly; had dis charged about <00 tons of cargo to lighten ship, and sailed, but returned in four days. Hark Orion (Br), Cook, from Liverpool for New York, which put into Bermuda March 24 in distress, sailed tor her destination April 3, hpvlng repaired. Bark Continental, Doane, from Messina for Boston, before reported atBcrmurtu in distress, put In with iniz zenmast gone, loss ot sails, Ac. The mast was cut awav while the vessel lay on her beauiuuds. She was repair ing April 3. Bark Dnic Figlie (Ans), Ouiranovlch, frnm Marseilles lor New York, before reported at Bermuda In distress, was repairing April 3. Bark Fearless (Br), Borden, from Zante for New York, before reported at Biruiudu in distress, was waiting or ders April 3. Bark Mariits (Fr), Allemcs, which put into Cadiz Jan 5. making water, havimr be -n struck by lightning when on licr voyage troin Philadelphia for Bordeaux, has been condemned. Bark Modena, Lang, from Sierra Leone for Boston, had repaired at Rcrmudu April 3, and was reloading and would sail In two days for destination. Bi.iu A mali a (Itali, Colombo, Irom New Orleans Jan SO ! via yueenstown (where she arrived March 22) for , with 4t4 hales cotton and 1400 staves, collided ami sank April 3. Sciir An mr. Perkins (Br). Reynolds, from New York Feti 20 for London, with 20:> bbta benzine, 37 1 do naphtha, 60 do gasoline, lno cases do and 8 do astral oil, was burned off Salcouibe Ens, April 3, and is a total loss. The A P registered 107 tons, raicd A2, w as built at I'urrsboro, NS, in 1SG4, from which port she hailed. Ahurossan, March 2S ? ' The Jennie Armstrong, from Liverpool lor this port, which went ashore at Largybeg March 28, got off next morning, and arrived here last evening with assistance rendered. Bristol, March 27? The steamship Great Western, Stamper, left Bristol this morning for New York, with a general cargo and about .100 passengers (before reported y cattle), and went ashore below BlacXnore in a thick fog, but came off this evening with some damage and docked at Bristol. A number of the passengers were for warded to Bristol per 2 PM train from Portishead, but the niaiority were taken to Bristol by the steamer Velindra. Another account states tiiat the Urcat Western. Stamper, hence lor New York, w hich got ashore below Portishead this morning. In drooping down with the tide in charite of a pilot, struck with sufficient force to send up the fore mast three feet from the step. The ground where she struck is rocky, and when the tide receded the passen gers walked ashore. The vessel was got off this attcr nooti, and lias come back here- the damage is not vet known, further than that she is making but little water. Ballycasti.k, March 2H? The bark Marv 1. aw ton, Yar mouth. NS, irom Ardro~san for Boston, which got ashore east si le of Rathlln Island, has been hauled off leakv, alter throwing cargo (pig iron) overboard, and pro ceeded to Ardrossan in tow ot tug. Falmouth, March 2S? ' The F.li/a Dongall, White, arrived here to day from Sew York, with loss of Iml warks, Ac. Fatal, March 12? The bark Home (of Liverpool), from Rotterdam 27 days tor New York (emptv petroleum bHrrclsi, put in 2Sth ult with loss of three sails, bulwarks | stove, ballast shitted and on her beam ends as lar as the waterways; she is taking in stone ballast and having her ? other repairs made good. The brlit Young Jessie (Br), from Wirton for Phila delphia, has Mulshed her repairs, is reloading her cargo utnl will sail on or about the 15th. The bark N K Clements (Hr), irom London for Boston, is reloading the cargo that she discharged, finishing her repairs, and will he ready to sail in about 10 or 12 davs. The ship Susan L Fltnrcrald from Boston for Cape Coast, has finished her repairs. Hawri-ro. March I'd? The ship C M Davis, Thompson, hence lor A alparaiso (general), ground. (| (,n the bar tic low Blsnkenes' March 13, mid remained 12 hours, when she was lowed off. apparently undamaged. [The above vessel passed Dover March 20.] Ol-kfnstown, March 27? The bark Fcrozepore (Br), from ' Bull River for London, was abandoned in a sinking con- I dltion Feb 28, In laf N. long 40 W ; crew landed here by the Express, Irom New Calabar. Miscellaneous. We are Indebted to Purser A Bell, of the steamshio France, from Liverpool, lor courtesies. Snir Lightnino (new), owned by Messrs William F 1 Weld A Co,ot Boston, has ju?t innde the passage from St I John, NB, to Liverpool in twenty days, which is first rate for the season. flair Daniel Marct. of Portsmouth, Ml, i? reported j sold to Boston pnrtles, onderstoiHl at $a7.Mk>. iheUM t? ; 10.7 tons, and nearly lO vrars old, navlng been built at Portsmouth in 1883. She arrived at Liverpool on the 30th ult. 8rn? Lonowtca Bilu of New London, 89 91 tons, bnllt at Fast Haddnm in isfifj, has been purchased by Capt A C l'lerce anil others of BockporL Whalemen. Cleared at New Bedford Aprils, schr I n! >n. Reed, for Afl.mtlc Oct an. Arrived at New London, Arril ?, schr Golden West, Rogers, South Shetland Islands, with Il.fino seal skins. She reports bark Nil< and schr Francis Allvn, with 5,800 skins and at) bids elephant oil as having 1 *t Hie South Shetlaods tor South George's Veb where thev calcu lated to remain for about one month. Schr Franklin Is reported with Lft'ii skins and 10o bbls elephant oil. Sehr I- P Simmens, I'otts, had made the smalhtsl e atcli of anv of the fleet, having tat.in onl.v fV>? skris. Schr Flvin,' Pish had 3.20O kins capt Rogers reports the I'ranklin, I. I' Simmon- ami Hying Fish as m arly ready to sail when he left, und say? their arrival may be looked for at any time. Spoken. flhlp Caledonia, Weeks, from New Orleans for Havre. I March I HI (s |,,n jo. ship Ktirvdice (Br), from Sail Francl?co for Hull, Feb I 19. la* 3 :.i S-, ion 80 37 W sdip Hlemaihra (Br), Irom Pensaeola for Greenock, March 13, 1st 24, Ion W. Bark Cornells (DMch), from <>alve?ton for Liverpool, in w tit of upnlies. March 21, lat 4H42, Ion in. Bark .leversink, irom Messina for Philadelphia, April 7, 30 miles s of cape May lightship. Brig Annie Ooddard, from Havana for Philadelphia, 4!l miles ,S Ot ( ape May Lightship (by pilot boat M K Fish, Hr g David Sinclair cHr), Brittnin, from Messina for New York, March 18. off Cape 4c Watte Brig Ellda (8 we), trom Loudon lor New York, no date, lat 4* 26, Ion 17 26. Fordgn Porta. Arrm, Feb 27-In pori bark Wheatland, Uoudv, frnm . Boston. I Apia. (Navigator's Island), Jan II? In port ship otto I k Antunie (Nor), Gttndcrsoti, from Maker's Island to Fal iii. nth, Knc, In distress <?. e disasters) Bn:iii)iM, Aprils? In port steamship Niagara. stark, for New fork, awaiting repairs; barks Continental, Doane, from Messina for Boston rt pg; Lue Fi:.' lie (Aust), Ouira novlch, from Marseilles for New York, do ; Fearless (Hr), Koroeii irom /.ante for do, wig orders; Modena. Lsng, from sjcrr.i Leone for Bixton, rnldg, to sail in twodnys; Utv ^litvlwrmut (Br), MvLaugUliu, froiu Turks Island^ ri'f>K MaryE Lent, Perry, from St Martin* for Freeport, do- schr Cassowav, Teller, from St Jago tor Boston, do. Sailed April 3, bark Orion (Br), Cook (irom Liverpool, l'('\'m~z.r,^aroVl^Arrived, brig River Queen (Br), Wil * Saiu'ilWl'i^ steamship Gorm (Dan), Jtihl.New York ; Hlilp Marianna V (I'ort), Perrelra, Philadelphia. Calcutta, April 7? Arrived previous, ship Arabia. Gage, March 13-ln port ship. Colonel Adam* Butler, rnVtwt Sound- St IVter (?r). Webb, for San Francisco, rcpg^cean Traveller (Ur), Murrav, db?: bark* Bmm* i tri.a (Hr) waters Irom Moutrfsl via Moilcndo, #r otn, " oilSicS!? YNa?ch 5 ^rrlved jchrH Abbv Wfttoon, Thomas; 3l*t, barn Carlten, r r SK " rJ' b a<- o if N e w 3d, schr* .J W Maltland, Jack?oaville; Lizzie B <*regg, A"ailVdnaU?'-BrUi''jernmlah. Ford, n9rt vo a Ar,Vl*i schr Ruth II Baker. do: 3lst brigs chicola; lilla (Kr), north of HatWra?, Aprll l, Dlrigo, Coffin, do; Caprera.do; Joseph Oakea, ItelawAW .5 water; schr Abhle, Endovean, north of Hatteras, Ml, bark Emma r Harriman. Nichols, do ; b r}?? Aoh" ?k rt(?'. do; Geo hurnham, Staples, do; A U M'hrs Irene, do; Edna Pi ar wood, Garwood, do, James Warren, Sagua ; .Id, Prairie Bird (Br), do. Ciknpukc.os, March 28-Arrived, nchr? Pedro A Ornn, Lake. Philadelphia; Geo W Blchards 1 JA?!,"i NK; Jlst, brig JulietC Clark. Lehman. hew York, April S, Mark Adeline C Adams, Collutn, Barbados. hriira Sailed? 29th, bark Lewis T Stockton. Boston, brigs Navarino, Blood, do; Arlchat Sef i ' ' <?iir ii? i York; Amnble Antonio (Sn), Rodriguez, do: 0 1 W Had (Br), heifer, Havana; May 1. Angelia, Bray. New York, Nellie Ware, Amsburg, do; schr hlla. Montgomery, do. Oiskaltar, March 19? Arrived, bark Argean (Br), Grundy, Barcelona for Darien. Hull, E, April 4? Bailed, bark G M Tucker, Skinner, Maianzas. . . ? . w Hon<j Kong. March 2?-Iu port ship humatra. Mullen, from San Francisco. . _ Honolulu, March 18? In port bark Kale (fler), Geerken (not as before), tor San Francisco, ldg. Havana, March 30-Arrlved.scnr Albert C Paige, Ha ev Philadelphia; Hist, bark Sunshine, Richmond. Cardiff ; sclir l.othalr (Br), Baunders, Puscagoula ; April 1, steamship Havana, Penninnton, Orleans 'and sailed 2d to return) : brig Samuel Welsh, Fisher, I ensa cola ; 2d, steamships Juan <) Melee, Bha^klord. New < Or leans (and sailed 3d for Asplnwall) ; Hanover (fler), lllm beck, do (and tailed 3d for Bremen); Minnesota 'Br), Hamlyn, Liverpool and Bordeaux (and sailed 3d tor New Orleans) ; schr Sylvan, Kendeil, New Orleans; 3d, steam ship St JaKe do Cuba. Reynolds, New York via Matanzas; brig Redwood, Melville, Wilmington, N C; schr King Bird (Br), Hlmpion, New Orlems. Sailed 30th, brigs nerman, llictiborn. New York; Prln eipe (Sp), Ping, do: Ionian Belle (Br), Ellis, north of llatter. in; Wuverly, Terry, Sagua; schrs Mary Jane (Hr), Greenwood. Cardenas; Roger Drury, Oaae, Matanut; Hist, Helen Hastings (Br), Canter, New Orleans ; April 1, barks M?rv E Libby, Llbby, Sagua; Rachel, Nor ton. do; Elolna (sfy, Vines, New York; brig O C Clary, Anderson, Boston; ?chrs J B Mar snail, Seavey, Sagua; 2d, brig Falcon, Smith, TruxiUp; 3d, schr Benl Reed, Adams, north of Hatter a*; 4th, brig Martha A Berry, Berry, Portirnd; schr Sophia Wilson, Walls, New York. .. , TT . Cleared March 29, schr Ta?so (Br), Bray, north of Hat tcrus via Cardenas; April 2, brig Vilasar (sip), Vila, New ?LtvKRjr00L, April 7? Arrived, ship Lightning (Br), Chat fluid, Bt John, NB, ? ? . Arrived 9th, steamships Egypt (Br), Grogan, New York , Peruvian (Br), Richardson, Portland. Movillk, Atirll 8? Arrived, steamship Victoria (Br), Munro, New York tor Glasgow. . Mataneas, March 19? Arrived, hrics Lena Thurlnw, Corbott, Portland via Nassau; Alice M Putnam, AtwooU, Providence; B H Rich, Paine, New York ; T H Lurtls, Merrlman, Philadelphia; 30th, Isaac Carver. William*, Havana; Shannon, sawyer, do; schrs M M 1 ote, btrat ton, Portland; Moselle (Br), Bennett, Ponsacola; 31st, bark Gertrude, Carlisle, Cardenas; April I, brig Mary A Chase, l)olnn, Cardenas; schrs Emily Curtis, Barbour, Philadelphia; Roger Urury, (Jagc. Havana; 3d, barks Brunswick, Ives, Buenos Ayres; Palestina (Br), Ford, B Sit'IedMarch 3D, brigs Wm Nash (Br), McBrlde, north of Hatteras; bU'tla (Brl, McKnv, New York ; Mary t Lelgh ton, (iay, Baltimore; schrs Kathleen (Br), Smith, Boston; Mary J Ward, Ward, and B F Lowell, Lcavitt north of Hatteras; 31st, liriif Almon Rowell, Atherton, Baltimore: schr Mary Munroe, Hall, north of Hatteras; April I, hark Addle MoAdam, Partridge, New \ork; 2d, tiHt-k Manltou, North, Baltimore; John W Hunt (Br), llunt, north of Ha' (eras; Undine (Br). Baltour, New York; brie Minnie Miller, Leland. north ot Hatters; Id, bark Sarah H Hale, White, New York; Ida M (Joinery, Hurrah. Philadelphia; J B Brown, Bain. Portland. Nanaimo, March 19? Sailed, bark Constitution, How ard, Sun Fraacisco. _ _ .. _ . Palermo, March 15? Sailed, brig Ertole (Ital). Gunlone, Boston; schr Princess of Wales (Br), Evans, uo; 19th, bark Sum ue le (Ital), Rallo, New York; brig Caterino (Itul), Casella, Now Orleans. Pkknambuco. March 6- Arrived, schs Flying ?oam (Br), Collev, New York; about Mureh 9, Ann Wheaton (Br) Pridifle, New Orleans. ? , . M _ Sailed prior to March 10. bark Louis. (Oer), for New York ; brigs Uem (Br), lor Hampton Roads ; J H Epplug, ((Jer), Hnlow. New York; Hedwtg (Oer), for do. In port March 10, brig Glimpse (Br), for Hampton K Poiir au^Princ*. March 12? Arrived, brig W D Andrews, Wilson, New York. . , , Southampton, April 8? Arrived, steamship Rhcin (Oer), ( Mever, New York for Bremen. SiNiiAPOKH, March 1? In port ship Templar. Fessenden, for Manila, to load for New York. St Jauo, March 24? Arrived, brig niram AbitT, Tiobetts, New York; bark Evening Star (Br), Chick, do; schr Souvenir (Br), Hatfield, do. _ ? ..m Baola, March 2o-Arrlved, bark Brothers, Gary, Ha vana; schrs Ancona (Br), Munson, flibara: Mnnia lle.ithcr, Heather, Havana; 30th, barks Jas E Ward, Wiley, New York; 31st, Almoner. Arcrllt, Baltimore; Chas Forbes, Swett, Buenos Avres; brigs N greta, Me hols, Baltimore; V. A Barnard (Bri, Wlllehy, I lilladclphia \la Cardenas; schr Florence (Br), Robertson, Cardenas; April 1. briit New Kra (Br), Gordon, Havana; schr Addle M Bird, Morrill, Havana. ... . Sailed March 20, bark Venture (Br), Peters, New\>rk; brig L Staples, llarriman, Baltimore; Anna M Knnjnt, Davis, Philadelphia ; 22d, s<-hrs Eben Fisher, Noyes. Port land; 24th, Lottie Klots. Wimgh, New York ; 80th, bark Fannie, Waterhouse, do; 31st, schr John Bird, Sleeper, Delaware Breakwater. , v . Tbinioap, March 23? Arrived schr J K Manning, Gaudy, Trinidad; ?;th, brigs Iza, Noyes, Borton; 30th, Don Quixote, Hooper. Aspinwall. Sailed 28th, brig Adeline, McCauley, New York; schr Julia Blake, Gavin, do. .... _ ? . Valencia, March 20-Arriveil, ship Anna Decatur, Pat terson, Guanape. _ _ . Valpauaiso. March 1-In port ship Tan(ore, Humphrey, for Callao, to load for Europe. [Per Stbamsiiip RrsstA.] Barsow, March 27-Arrived, N Boynton. Palmer. Ma CaBkLr ast, March 27? Sailed, Autocrat, Healey, Phlladel ^ Bbkmfriiavkn, March 24? Arrived, Kathleen Mary (s), Holman, New York; 2Gtti, Ilausa (s), Brickenstein, do; Delta (S), Stephens, do. ? , _ Sailed 28th, Strassburg (s\ Barre, New Orleans; Bre men is), Schulenbiirg, New York. Barcklona, March 23? Arrived, 1 ola, Llubera, SaMin niBoRnKACX, March 26? Arrived, Paramount, Brown, Co rUBo *?AT, no date-Arrived, T F Whiton, Blancliard. Ar dlArr?ved to March 2?, Industry, Russell, Newcastle. Sailed to March 2K, Richard McMunus, loster, ? - CAKDirr, March 28-Sailcd, G H Bevan, Htigdei, Charleston. , Eut for ldg 27th. Geo Green, Wilcox, for Singapore. Cadiz, March 21-Arrived, River yuoen, Wilson, New Yor?;2-'d, Nuovo Apolo, Perci. do. , , c? . Calcutta, March 2(V? Arrived, Geo Skolfleld, Skollleld, ^ DinMiKNicss, March 26? Off. Hilterdalen, Sorensen, from New York lor Bremen; 27th, Boylestad, Anonsen, Irom Philadelphia for London. Dover, March 27? Passed, lloppet, Burmann, from Shields lor New York. _ , _ Dublin, March 2ft? Arrived, Charger, Creelman, San 'dcnk'ir'k. M irch 27? Arrived, Uenrl Joseph. Bernard, SlDKAL">Urch 27? Off, Julia, Baker, from Amsterdam for Philadelphia. . _ Falmouth, Marrh 2rt? Arrived. Beaufort, Thacker, New York; Kllzaneth Oougall, White, do ; Betty, Nuuhorn, Savannah; Centnry, Molgnan, san Francisco. Fatal, Feb 28? Arrived, Home, \ alentlne, Rotterdam for New York (see Disasters). Glasuow, March 27-Arrived, Harvest Home, Dickey, Liverpool; Columbia (s), Hlggins, New York. (}rk knock, March 28? Arrived, Hym? 1 loud, Baker, P("alwa't* March 26? Sailed, Ilpotar, Landman, Baltl "iiiiRAi.TAR, March 17? Arrived, Argaum. Grundy, Bar celona (and cleared for liarien) ; 2Wth, Ouglielmo Tomas sino, Astarati, Licata (and cleared (or New York). Cleared IStli, Phenix. Shelln. Dohoy. tli-Lt, March 27? Arrived, Alice M Minot, Lowell, San * 'hav rf ,?March 25? Arrived, Martha A McNeill, Watts, New Orleans. . ? Off 27th, ltosetta McNeil. Sproul, from New Oilcans. Cleared 2?th, Law retire Brown. W illlains, Cadiz (and Is reported sailed 27th lor Philadelphia). tt ambuku, March 27-Arrived, It is la (s). Meyer, New ^ Haiied from Cuxhaven 2Cth, Emtna A Carl, Harder, NLmcRrooL, March 27-Salled, F Fletford, Stiver, New York ; Aln e Cooper, Kinif, Boston : Tagus (s), CrumpsUin, Philadelphia : Mataura, Townsend, New Orleans; I ales tine is). Turner, Boston; Nonautum, Thomas, Rio .?an eiro via Cardiff: 2sth, Knoch Talbot, Talbot. Pcnsacoia; Oneida. Medilverv, San iranelsco; North Star, Ihoinp son, Rio Janeiro via Cardiff; Alexander Marshall, Oaril '"cieared 27th-Pelestine (s), Owrtu, Boston; 28th, Island Home, Sinclair, do; i a Plata, Mathews, Gloucester, I iron Qiieen, Smith, ^all Francisco: Johu Geddle, Smiin, ^""I'tcred'ont 27th, Olvmpus (s). Gill, for Boston ; Dron nniK l.ouise, t.arcen, and ?' II Marshall, Hutchinson. Ne w York ; Andes is), McDougall, Philadelphia ; Annie . Alnslle is) Corkery do; 2Mih, Northern Cblet, Miller, I hlladel plila; City m Brooklyn. Couflns, St John, NH (changed 'Ton ton, ^ March 27-Arrlved, Albls. Mo?tensen, New York Filtered out 28th, Marino, Ivsnclch. for Boston Sailed from (iravesenil 28th, Nordkyn, Buggy, and stof na, Aasuldsen. Philadelphia MtnnLKsBOKOuaH, March 28-Arrlved, Riverside, Rich, ASiuVed'/?th, Celand. Tallaksen, New York. Missina, March 20? Arrived, Horace Bcudder, Gould, Trieste Sailed 21st, Gem, Cole, Boston; Clara Pickens, Rogers' N N*? r March 27-Cleared, Westfleld, Humphreys, CaIIiio ; 2?tli, Chiinteia, Pederseu. New York. Newport, March 2t>? Arrived, Ida 1 laylor, Burton, Gloucester (anil entered out lor Bnenos Ayres .Naples, March 24? Arrived, Rochester, Harrison, I'liila '''portla .sn* March 2">? Passed, Goethe, Stecnk< n, from Bremen for Philadelphia. Plymouth, March 27? Off, Alsen, Kaetelholdt, troin New York tor Stettin. Penartii, March 2il-Sailcd, Geo M Adams, Mauson, ''palmimo^ March 21? Sailed, Amy, Pinkham, and Deoda riu (inrthl'-y, New York. OuErjiiTowi, March 27-Arrlvcd, John O'Gaunt, now deti; Do ike Hickcm, (^nnerlehr Hnpphtre, Luders; Lado k-n \Vvlie, and Landshoroiiffh. Thorna#, .-an I* raneljeo; V.mlli.i. Granberg, and suibbeslnd, Nielson, Philadelphia; Colombo, strointierg, New Orleans; Margaretha, Oulil, Wilmiiiifton. NC; 28th, Kendrlck Fish, Watts, t allao; He lene, Larsen, New York ; Joscm, Koch, ban Francisco; I 29th! City ot Foochow, Tate. do. . ' Off 27th, Wesley A Heymour, Splcer, from New York for j ''saiied?27th, Eulalia, Bergstrom (Irom New Yorki, Dub | '''rottfrdaii, March 29? Cleared, Alice Boy, Doiwlas, | NlKn,V.'lV March 26? Sailed from the Motherbank, Gul seDiie Prota, (ialaU-la (Irom Bsltiinore), Ipswich i >iitri.ns. March i7-failed, Prlino. Barblrra. Ncw York . I 2?th, North umhriau, Plgge, Philadelphia; Louisa !? letch j Crsw*K*?*, March 28? Bailed, Anna, OiiniitlM'n, New ! ^'hVkttin, March 26-Arrtvod, Magnus Posa. Nlejahr, N'tiV.u.? I.KMarch V ~ \rrlvcd, Crono, Stcrk, New York. Trieste M?rch 22? Arrived, NarMymia, Sclwtn. New York. BtlS'}aT &?? fcoixtS' Rosebut1, coiuer Or*^ln?.' Jvkl'w if wrfcen3 Boiton ; 84, Tin Eaaer, urauuian, Sew York ; Mth, iSudora, Turnbull, Boston. ' nnwTri v a American Porta. mlnatJn N<^>Hv^rfch/T * J4*11* p Iunt< 'omroy, Wil John John ?>n' C, Tyler, Barrett, Philadelphia; < Ju i ^JD,n ? ? v*l*hti sharp, Sharp, da A Rice Rir? j? !i?* lork; schr Marv Alio rlpJ?:? t0 ,0"d for SfW Yurk MJda ba,rk" M'r*n?l? (Br), Tyler, Antwerp; flo cirdenaa^??hIS^?lIe*fc11' ori? Mary ? Krancis, /raneis. Kill* Ph?liirfAir!^iiil n ?trout, Brunswick, Ga ; Charm, KnJI Halnel 5 , .*bnry, New York; Abi J V?Zh (Wm T Ann, to load lor New York; (Joy ?n?, SnolTd, Va ' *u"bl"*Um< uci w W Pharo, Col bo1h%d,^tr".ZrfflV?nl??,,n?e^ and ^1?ucuh (and theK^rbarkH^'.V2, PLM,) 1 bai;* Knvoy, an.l Iroin W illiu rnri ?ta^todP.vr,?"u.<i brlK ?*k Polllt- K?"ltf Kate House Channel? but anchored in Liyht ^StS ' "^1 '"h en^ H E* *llg h?.' *** "*e^' wiU^Uark li(f^TIU wr^oo^hr.!7V^Ted ? ?ark '''?pnaoK (Nor). EI dorr y SaHola <R,,!")- bright/ Loudon ScS^?? ? ? s.Vi?? tf ptrange. Providence; J T Alburiier. Cor nfe^iew?aus!t'lj!n! Cleared? Steamers Lucille. Bennett, Wilmington VP Win Crane. Howes. Boston via Norfolk ? b??. Arnhl ' loCVjaSSaJ N,Thmn?HCKUrlUnd' RloJonelrui' Kbr Shi; (Br*PhKMoMorCh 29-C,cartd' bark E?'"a lflit ThArirwITrii!i fi* RJukan (Nor), Aide r?on, diAg bal last, narks L H I)e Vebcr (Hr), \V right ; Kate AtrnoM (H r) Vamiemn'n^ niathe(lral iBl2' Wc,,b- 1(,8 ; *chi'H Rachel i ru^,er; AI?skHt Stout: Lizzie WlUon, A & 'Sil d,!' t; ' ^?y' Vinson, ami Sarah ve'v lHe'l^;.STK)Ni A'?ril4?-Arrlveil, schrs J W Fish, Sea llns' New York Booth, Bath, Me ; Eimnu Urceu, Col <" a' ] ?ai*S c 1 ' rf ' " n d 0 v a , Eddv, n Northern port. New York! Arrived, schr Jed Frye, Langle.v, CoomRbHABo?tonA' Apr" 6~Arrlvt'(1' "hr Mor>' St" wart, PORTttwa Rtahl- MaUnza*. me nt rHr . ni=^y? H, A prll 9- Passed in, hrlst Expert In tile Rn?d? t 'ro,n Llve>"D00l for City Point vawa Ro*<?. 1,r'K Romance, from Richmond lor Na Horn Oork'^hi^P^'i t"?rr've"' hnrk Laboramus (Br), Oeo^?0rpk.V^hrrm?Cr-k?r- Tr,pp' HortJol">-n; Chase ; MmervN;,hBHghtmanA %ST (fclrrolf' CbSi, N& erts, Portland. ' p Arrived, ?chr Lauru, Rob 7-Arrived. schr Ann E Val bile ' Apr11 1~Arrlv#d. ?"hr Lizzie, Pope, Mo yfk"?nUC.hMrracAonrnsoanAdo"?,t0n' ??rd0n' Ncw ldin i,ort April 2, schr Washington, Clark, for New York, leyANew<York.LLE' Apr" 2~ Arrived, schr Eveline, Bag ^ Cleared <th. schr Mary D Ireland, Ireland, Philadel Phil AprllJ-Arnvcil'''chr E Sliinicltlon, Philade'l NA~A|7AHK',CThAnrTil^an, DT"' Philadelphia. oil u ' l^B^for On^- \f 1 b.*,' for New York 1 Garl"d' Uepreuux, NB, Pk551?r:n,iCir ?M"1r"''0. Wamptnn, Virginia. Bacon, Martinique 6~Arrl?4. ?Wp PVTnce Alfred (Br) PmLA^LPHJIAffA^rVlI7,rlV,i Patu"""'". "avana. Boitnn"'^^^^ ^^hrV~KMzabet^i " Mug'^f Barrett i?ppsffis?a New Market, ^ II ? Ch*?i s?V-,^' ?? ?' ' nlsbani, South A^W?,p(?oIf8?ea"'- Crocker, i'rovldence ? Wevn'io^th ; J H Andcrso^ Whe.,?^Wrhea,?'' , Atkins cock, 8iiiith, Newburrpon"'ldade!la forii* vt? UJ<ab wR&SdS^ wood Doran, Jennie D Huddell Alfred I) Ui Ji ? VoMi^SZth"'dm Mr ??!SWt3.S" ?-inl.rt. KhrJWWooa F.'if",! KiKiMfc V'Sff?; STn.W?.'1*' SSSS5#ipi? Thrasher, (Jo: Eva Divertv Hand dlT Hart, do- Golden Ka^fowo" ^'do- i?iV? tofts: tel K^AyWNewYorTkAp,n 7-9alle<1- ?chr James Parker. Sr, AmM' WO?"' Howard^ Yok oh ni i' a A?b p 1 W^r" ? i wT*Whi? A,^k"; WiJSfWas^t <Brt icNe,)^mZ?!ie^'lUe',' "*'* J E W<K",worth lipASew YA^'.April6~Cleare(,'TChr Enchantress, Phil F u'Vwilfa1.: *,blp rru?'*l,p'". Jenkins. Liverpool ? scbrs Net York " S?"' t,am' ; Euch?ntre^ Mt(" stessvs g f^iSrS phon and Alleghanla. *v?ng Arrow, Sandal Anw!lAakerVwVorke'f^'Jlort Johl1?on for 8><ctn; Philadelphia. ?rk for Salom; ?"?llie B, Boston lor nev and Kdward Kverett " 1 ew*' Matthew Kin Hlvi. 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(>8?), . 8939 . 71* 13 . 7008. . 7031 . 7071 . 707.1.. 7127 . 7140. . 7171.. 72.18. . 7232. . 7337. . 7369. . 7427 . 7429. . 7881. . 76 -4 . 78*;). . 7789 . 7H07. . 7?8B 7867.. 78.18 . 7874.. 7884.. 7P14 799* . 807V . "2 17 . 827ft. 84.11. H4't8. 8472. 853.1 8147. 8112 V 8 .7.1 8-W6 8720 8,27 8788 1066 .?31") JBO ..UK) .300 .M00 .31*1 .300 .300 .300 ,600 .31)0 300 12108 12124 121.18 12174 12107 I2'(7'i. 12409 12438. 12454. 12471. 1248). I MM. . .300 . 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