3 Şubat 1842 Tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 1

3 Şubat 1842 tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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J ! THE Vml. VII.?Mo. 340 ?WhoU . IMS I'll WW K MILL.*. !i {," N am* or Sr ATB, iV :. " g ? ? il, -s-s is'I-3! i* f? i o s. $ i z i d Miine 1 iso,uuo S kt New Iliapabire 7 186,000 II i MaMachueett* 1* J.316,ill 69 9< Rhode liUud Connecticut 8 663*0') 36 Vermont New York . 8 '1,186,000 41 I New J winy Pennijrlvania SO 1 ,'84196 68 ( Delaware ... 27 3.100.000 146 *. w A A MAO I HA i? / IHUU ?, ... Virginia 10 jfloo 11 North Carolina 1 no South Carolina Georgia Alabama Mississippi Louieiana Tennessee 10 ltw 11 Kentucky 11 982.600 68 Ohio i 222 400 1 3 I Indiana 1 1 Ulinoi* Miaaouri 1 7,400 2 Arkanaaa 1 400 Michigan Florida Wisconsin Iowa District of Columbia Total 197 8,077,US 490 8! CORI M 40 A 3 J 8 NAMC OL STAT*. \'C. JJ g B S. es 1 i * H ? I g -s O "3 o * I > fc Maine 4 >32,600 New Hampshire 1 13,000 Maaaachnaetta. . 31 832,200 Rhode Island 9 49,700 Connecticut 16 160,773 Vermont 2 4,000 New York 46 792,910 New Jersey 8 93,076 Pennsylvania 39 274,120 Pelaware 1 2.300 Maryland jj m,ww Virginia 9 37,3.10 North Carolina South Carolina Oaorgit Alabama Mississippi Louiaiana Tannaaaee 49 134,080 Kentucky Ill 1,993 470 Ohio 31 0?,7a? Indiana 8 6,060 Illinois Missouri 31 93,490 Arkansas Michigan Florida Wisconsin Iowa District of Columbia 3 ldflOfl Total 309 * XfKW LIN* OK LIVKRPOOL P^CKKTS Te sail frees Nrw Tom or, Um task, and LtWrpaoi on the flth t ?/ emek mendL * dfe JA < Ship K08CiyS,Ca|i?*iu John Co''^, aeth Not. ? Shipf/pDoXs.C-u.o E B,O^STiih Dec I S?'p - ~~ .VAHs. A/Depey iter, 90th Jan. SnipOARRJCK, Cud am ?Vm. Hki<tty,9?tk Feb. s _ . f,*"/ InnrMi. m?"fffafnru i* <#ta?n F. A. Depeystor, l?th Nor. t fjVP WAH3JCK, '^apu.u Wm. Skiddy, 1 Slh Dec. < Ship ROSCiyP Cuptaui John Collins, ISth Jan. I Ship SIDDOx* Captain g. B.Cobb, 13thFeb. ' all of the Aral classvupwanls of 1000 tons,built ! m the city oi New York, with such improvements as combine ' ?reatsr.<ed with unusual comfort for passengers. Every cars has Wxn taken in the arrangement of thetr accommodations. The . W^afpasaaKehence is 3l00,for which ample stores will be provided. These shipe are commanded by esperiecced mas- , term, who will make every esertion to give general tatisiac ( Neither the captains or owners oft hate ship* will be reaponsi Mefcrany letters,parcrlaor packageaaeut by them, unleaa re gtyrir billy of adini are signed therefor. fha ships of this line will hereafter go armed, aad their reetaliar construction giresthem security nolpoemeed by any other but vessels of war. For freight or passage,apply to C. K. COLLINS a CO. II South at., New York, orto WM. It JA8. BROWN A to., Mvtrpool. Letters by the pockets will be charged 191 ten sa per sioglt rt?eet: 00 cents per ounce. and newspepera I cent each. i9y . FOR NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA AND NEW YORK LINE OF PACKETS & ml && : m For the b ttVer nofeominodawva of iniweri, it u intended to despatch a ghip from thii port ou the tat, 5th. loth. 15th, 19th and ISth of ?a?h month, etiufoteaeiug the 10th Oetohar, and continninr/vntil My, when vgidar day# will b? appointed foi the rtaw Jkdar of the year whereby great delay* and duap folatmr ate will he prevented duria< the eummer month*. The , followi aDahim will commence thie arrangement:? hip fAZOO.Capt.n-.rmll.lOth Oct. IBM. hip OCONEE. Cndt Jackaon, 15th Oct. Sdiie ,JAtfiSlSMPPLCapt. Hilliard, 10thOct. M" alX>UI8Vri.LKaCapt. Hunt. 15lh Oct. mSHAKSPEARE, Capt. Miner, latNovember. ?> fi<GASTON.Cant Latham,?th Not. JP ShUNTSVILLE, Capt. Mutnford. 10th Nor. i f nipOCMCLOEE, Capt Learnt, 15th Nov. f Em NAStlVILLE,Capt. Diekinaon.SOth Nor. 5 ?Z MEMPHIS, Capt. Keiierht,95th Nov. Map LOUISA, Capt. Mu ford, tat December. Three ahipe were all built i<> the city of New York, evprraaI f fair packet*. are of a lieht draft of water, hare recently been J wwtjr coppered and pat in eidcudid order, w lib accommodation* far paaaetigrn uiiei|?alled for contort. They are commanded Sfewpenenced maatera, who will make every (tertian to give 1 general aatutUction. They will at all timea be towed up and 1 down the Miaaiaaippt by ateamhoata. Neither the ownefa or captain* of theae ahipa will be reapoaaiMe for jewelry, bulleon,preciou* ?t one*, a if re r, or plate d w are. or , lot any lettera,parcel or parkace, aent by or put on b^ard of "thean, unleaa regular bill* of lading are taken for the nine, and the value thereon eiprtsaed. torf^tovp^^e.a^U fc c JAMES E. WOODRUFF, Agent in New Orleane, who will promptly forward all good* to hi* addreaa. The aliipoof lliia hue are warranted to aail punctueMy aaad vertiiaed, and great care will be takeu to have the good, correct lv meanired. _ i?ty_ NfaV kOKK AMD NEWARK. Axfaffli aosafift ???& iDJH Far* reduced to gS cents. From the foot of t'ourtiandt (treat, New York. (Every day?Bandar* excepted.) Leave New Yort. Leave Newark. At* A.M. At 9 P.M. Atl A.M. Atli F.M. 11 do 4 do ? do *4 do 4| do Itf do (do T dee 19 do ON SUNDAYS. From the foot of Liberty lUeet Leave New York. Leava Newark. At,* A. M endU P.M. At 1 T. M. and I* P. M. NEW aOKR. EU T^BET HTO^RAJIWAY AND Fare reduced. From the foot of Liberty atreet.daily. Leave New York. Leave New Brunrwirk. At A. M. At Ti A. M. 41 P. M. t P. M. SOMKHV1LLK ata^eaconnect with theae lineoaach way. are between New York and SmnerviHc, 10 cent*. Do do NSwRrnaawick, 71 cente. Rah way. Meant*. Elisabeth tows, M cer.t* The fare in th* 71 A. M. traio from New Brnnawick, and 4| t M. train from New Yock. ha* hern reduced between New^York and New Brunt nick to 50 ccntn. "flic riiiladelphia mai II rae pareee through New Brunawirbfor New York wry ere*n>e el f o'cleck. On Sundayethe T|A.M. inpfrom NewBnauwiektaomitfaaaengerawho procure their tirketiat the tirket office,remire 1 ferry ticket pre tie. Tirk eteare received by tUeerMdwetor ootrr OB the day whenjoiTeheeetT ^|| ? r r. M KOJt ilAVANA.-The,term bark CLA i* hourly e*pe ted. and will meet y^TSinCZr^ eilh rrery poeeible rleepnteh, having pert <>i her rarjo already hi gaged. Tiio?c der iMBfirruiol atruriuf Irt ish! 01 pneeage. bylhia ' epleix id and beauufall f arranged vttorl, ebould make early application to OLOVER li McMURRAY. I?* l# W?N. STATEN ISLAND rKRR*. root of Whitehall atrr.t. ^^^Vnieanwr STAT EN ISLANDtrf 7" Learee SUten Ulaitd Leirea WMtohaU At i o'clock a jl At ? e'cUek a.M. "it ' -11 " " I 9.U. " * It |1 ? ? M 1A ? | ? M u | ? M On Sunday there will be two bo>l I to run. The lea t boat toarra Staten leland at I oVIoeb. e. m. at UNi'TRREVT MOVEV, of aR kinda, porekaaert at the but Market ratea. ?old, of aO kiade. parrheeedaad for tale by. ______ S. J. ??LWK?t^FU I ) ?! Wall ?t .and l * I loadwer 1 NET NEW STATIS DRtri;*, strnu itKs, p.vi.rrs, byes. j ... . j "jj?j * -go ?-a i e 5 js ^5 i i U fj L-J a ; "- * ?. ; \ 8 ? .s-sS " o ? I g 11 I 1i5 sil is i i- ill] 1 i'C r* r, * is ssi 5_ J_?'' 2 " I o lg lg 1 >7 060 5-9 *> *700 I* **" W001 19 038 3,189 3. ? W/MW 486 990 3*910 86 J34.790 4 1 49.090 6 000 17 90,000 r7 000 66 400 19 000 30 07.3*0 3 88 474 31 *>?*> 3 il.500 977 814 131 487 077 1,207,830 13 H 127,400 43 000 TP 140 800 23 4 54 900 2.100,074 7 86.". 619 11,179,826 28 16 20,000 34? 100 5 9,600 10 000 80,100 100 61 95 100 1 806 88 633 26 38 61 717 4 d 80 8 036 116,769 73 162 276 4 100 8 2.100 38 6-26 38 36,886 l<Kk)0 4 18 600 3 1-26 4 600 42 000 10 6 OOO 1,490 3.387 1 ,t65 16 3 368 12.000 26.904 3 000 26 18.830 1 18,000 1612580 200 70 138,3M 47 760 28 28 17.984 10.001 5,000 20 18 360 1,060 13,500 8 7,000 700 400 1,680 3 860 1 200 1 600 250 2,340 7 10,300 12 0,700 ;o,87o 4,161800 ~ 880 *27 1918 1,507,875 91 34 DAG*. Ml SICAL IMPTRL'Vf.MTf C i 23 ? I i * \ il s I >? 5 _ i ? ? - ^ S - ?5 9 ^-3 U 3 3 SI ** 3 ? ? 3 E S. 6 g* " 3 S Z _U > 34 023,000 38,010 4 3~2,001 " $ 10 8.000 -36.760 47 14,050 072 666.100 310,086 216 -243,766 46 28.300 7.200 9 6.075 107 83,700 . 6,126 8 7.060 9 a^oo 2.29U o ) 7.19 597 243.180 472,910 438 408,775 2. 60 *7?0o 1, 272 156/070 35,729 109 55,656 1. 7 1,006 196 70450 16,400 15 4,000 60 30,7*5 1,006 3 1.1)00 l Wa 3 305 i I 6 2 : 21 2.V3 94430 i 1989 1433,130 4.500 6 6.000 1 00 37476 H.464 11 5400 1 11 2.370 J ] l? 7149? *00 3 56 31 94425 4464 2,465,677 923921 909 734,470 10/ Copt. J ( Allaire, will commence ruiiiuu',,o iaturday, Sept. 35th, follow a:?leave Fnlton Mark?'. ?)|r, 'JU\ River, terry '-'.unlay at 10 o'clock A.M., T'atsdav, 1 Vedneeday, and r t?"day. at 8 o'clock A M. re Returning, lesvrs Had Bank every Mondev morning: nt 10 'clock A.M.; Tuesday, Wednesday, and Kriu \y, at loir-past 1 > o'clock P.M. .. J be boat will mo as above until further notice, navigation 11 weather permitting. o0?m* n ^Qa.? RED BIRD LINE TO ALBAN V, en the w HBKmt side of the rirer, having better stngea and teams?asking in higher fare.?Office, II j u* a.' Hotel, 178 Broauway ?Pasoeng'rs will he forward- n d by r'aea to Albaiy by th a liar from any point on the East " ideof *Ae river where tne boila may be couiiwlled by ice to fi (op. A'>6nts will be on board eacb of the mail boats to give assis- II **jtr an I informatioo VTiie limettenda to Montreal, touch in* at Albany, (office r Astiorthe Museum) and embraces a eery direct anil commo- r uos routs thither. It The stages and horsee of ti.is line will be found really the be?t on the Albany route,and no deception. e Tho etrvetest attention will be paid to the comfort, conee- ' aienee and epe?d of all who may give us the preference. g When the rirer ahall be shut up entirely. Red Bird will run all throagh from New Vork cilr ly Albany. . M. H? BAXTER, > A?enU B I. V BAKF.R. Proprietor. uU I" f T. POWELL A CO.>8 LINE. ?PQR.NEWBUJRtm. Jaindii^at CALD t r, , ,r*^J 1 ** Virr.ni ruin J\ .v Lr rui.ir SSECHFRINO-Tht Iranibout HIGHLANDER 8 Capt. Robert Warlropwwill leave the foot of Warren (treet t Saw York,every Monday. Tlvt 'J?j- and Saturday afternoon'! it t o'clock. Returuiug. the High aouer will leave Newburgh ivery Monday morning at ( o'clock, ana 'i'ueeday and f hday fternoon at ? o'clock. H For freight or paaaage. apply to the Captain en board. e N. B. All bu(gagr and freight of every description, bank ilia orepecie, nut on board thia boat,mu*tbe at the rick of the tvrnern thereof,unle(a a bill of lading erreceiptie eigned for C ihaaame ti STARLJNE FOR N?R OHLtA.VS. $ 4 @ 4 r TV^eubecribere begleave to return their thanlu for the pa c tronage yoti have hitherto extrnded toward* the Star Line, and elicit a continuation of a portion of your freight to New Or- r lean*, in thia line, which will be takeu at the very loweat rate*, in the followingehiee, which will incceedeach otherandtail weekly:? SOLON, Captain Geo. B uekman, ItUHSF.L OLOV ER, Captain Jabet Howe*, t ECHO.Capta n A. A. Wood, WINDSOR CASTLE. Captain 8. G. Glover, ? and ether ihina of the lane cUaa.to ollow each otlier in quick h lucceaiicn. For further particular*, apply on board at fine p .treet WWf.Or to MeMURRAy ? alt too rineat. cor. South. f> New hork and liv Eispool commercial line i> Oh PACKETS. ,1 itifc. Ml 1 BAlCTNi^rO AMI KHOM LIVERPOOL WEEKLY. f, OLD ESTABLISHED PASSAGE OFFICE, , No tt South *treeC New York. 1 TvHF. euheenber. in ami iiDcm* hia arrangement* forthe year r 1 I ttt. appear* before hie fii nda with iintimeDtf nf amcera J rre^eci for the able aupport he haa received for many veaia R He likewiee wiahea to call the attention of thoae intending t to triad lor thei? lr end. in England, Iri land, Srnt'and. and H Wale., that ihey can at a'l tinea he accommodated by thin line, by weekly ot>portumliei from l.iveri ool, aa wellby J* all the well known ditfi rent I nr. of packet ahira .ailing to ll and from Liverpool, ou the 1. t.7th, 13th, 1 ?tn, ajd25th of each ( month, ih'oughout the year. n It haa alway* been the atudy of the tubacriber tohave the ' emigrant* ahown civility, and do patched without delay, and v thoae who acud for their frienda may reat aa'iafird that every n care and diluent attention will be given by the Liverpool L Agent* to thoae aent for, a. wall aa all who may embark with ? them ; and ahnnld any of thoae, wnoar patv tge haa been paid, It bet embark, the money will be refunded wuhout any charge. 1 The aubrcriber feela a pleaanre In aaakint known th- d fferent a al.ina hv which hia piMaengera came onl during the hut year, ' which haa givin general a.tiafaction, and that i.e baa r< n.idrr- 8 ably tilendcd aud concluded hi* arrangement, for the year t ti The following ia a lial of ahipa Ship Scotland Roninaon Ship Oaceola Child, i " Faplield Wilaoo " Bt.Cknrf Emiram t - rranamn ft""" . "rn .-riven " Kuaiell tvorer H. w?? ? Warttw Griffith* 1 " Htbernia Wihion " Oiwago Woo* I " Allred Cheerer " Ocr*n Wetland t ~ Cli.ton Ingttaoll TaRtot Story ' Louitirille All*it N- lUmpa'.me Harding * " Hobmki Emerion " Panthea Goodwanaon * AUbaunaa Lai* " Hobt iaaar Treaman p ' Pr-ulice llophita " Vint""* Eaton l " Tyroo* dpear " Europe B:,t<-h*ldrr ? ? Wale* Watt* " 8. Ji ukiua 8c) mour 1 * YVa*tche*ter b'errie Tlieabore ahip*. and tlietr ie*r*clire captain*, are all well B and farora'dy know* in the trade i A free pattage from the d.lferert pott* of Ire-law! ami Scot- " laud ran ?I*j be ?- nred, lurt drift* fgniiehed for any amount, t payable at the National nod Prr.riiicial Bank* oflreftnd, and d their reereetire branrhr*. and al?o on Menr* J. at W. Robin- r ton, Liverpool, whien are paid, free of any charge, throughout the Unite,I Kingdom 1 For further particular* apply to |l JOHN IIEKDMAN, 61 South ??reet. J. k W. ROBINsON, 16 Gore* Piazza*, " tUO and N?. I N'ptunc ?i Waterloo Drch. Lirerpool. t "j tT er cry tubaiaad upon Tia own not torn, ibm a nurui o < Lt the olden time, to eome pretender*, who richly deterred the larcann?but liad he lived at the pre*cnt period, he could i hare applied it, with more propriety, t* certain tailora, who affect to trauoact btume** torea*h only at toper cent below the prieeaof the reepectable me mbera of the trade, one of whotn ( call* it hie old caah ay item, that he ha* followed lor three yeara! , Out upon (uch hoaeting! Why, CHARLES COX, at the urn of the Golden Fleece, corner of Fujion and Naaoau *treef?, 1 who ha* puraued it for alraoel an age, the father, literally the ( rather, or the caeh lyitem,?and, if you talk of cheaprwaa, he , *?a? mouth It with tlja beat of ye"?hut that ia wot hi* riew? , the material*, theeveellrnee of hi* material* hi* workmaaehlp, and the wiefertion he wire* to hi* euatuinwa. a** the main ob- < t* ol hi* ambition. Hi* caah ayitem,and hi* remarkably low , price*, are too w*lI known to need comment. Every new *iri- : rni, bnafj hjmthe faahiowa and eloths of the mnrt appro red I rtf'**:. 7^k.?" roar ** P"^*nt,and your yearling rritem bn- < bra old Wk*!?tut. tut, tnaa.mewd before yonpr*t**id tamak*; . at leaat. learn to l*t er.ry lA ataod on if* own bottom." k? ' for i V YO YORK", THURSDAY M< TICS OF THE UJN MAM KAurui:.\WAKK, ?Sre. S a 2 * S 'i II1.- 1 I i il *i i "J !'ji I a' 1 is ss is | -3 ] - le !* I-3S1JT | * IS S* i a Mb I g | js _[_ a l_ *1 >30.60# 31 06 >47 .000 >44 0( 0 1 4 19.100 20 373 471,000 277 000 30 44,K>0 71 64 33,000 33.000 14 40.000 44 70 V> OOO MA Min M >3.000 :>0 498 411.371 204 7(10 47 159 000 197 107 5 904 700 6SO,800 22 209 807 122 P36 77 2 400 714,100 182 157 902 322 2 4.300 9 *7 40.000 30.000 '13 60,240 90 104 146*00 132.000 33 31,300 61 16 6 269 21 8 19 300 49 6 2 050 12 7 9 300 13 1 1,200 1 1 1.000 19 29 51 600 50 2 3,004 400 1G 24 090 31 99 89 734 199 45 3d 866 79 23 26 740 '?? 10 12,175 33 34 7,322 25,000 3 1,100 4 4 1,060 7 3 6.2U0 9 3336 2 890^P3_ 2.084,100 C 4> 1,104.926 1612 MANUFi ARRIAGK* AND WMftiONI. I ? i i i W a- 5 3 . ?S fi !l Ii s ? *j i ;l I ?C |l "3 ! r 8" o S 9 o ; fc o ^ to _ Z 174,310 7T9~ >75,013 ait 6,969 6 933.340 440 114.703 3 800 & 8*13,991' 1,40a 334.000 |3 7,4.16 1 78,911 161 .16.061 I 939,301 1,389 513,411 7 14.400 B 162.097 437 101.570 7 4 495 3 364,461 4 710 1,485 023 339 1,861.386 1.7 397.140 1,834 044.966 64 164.797 5< 207.243 2,783 560.681 736 1,193.404 3.5, 49.4 1 9 140 35.150 31 76,194 1< 167.623 690 154,9.55 189 466,7(8 4; 147,815 1.593 3H 635 764 1.041.636 3.71 101.601 698 173.318 333 87.641 2.02 199 376 420 132,690 164 58.4.58 1.01 119,065 431 93,830 114 55.158 1.0' 88.981 636 49 074 61 23,664 73 49.693 132 34.345 16 1,809 8( 23,350 51 14,780 3 27 1193407 .518 80.878 255 67.981 1..5B 168,724 533 79,378 258 378,<88 1,61 (01,338 1,400 390,640 536 1,311,064 1,35 163,136 481 78 116 304 334,624 84 144.362 307 59,-263 98 172.657 64 97,112 201 45 074 64 49.363 63 3.676 16 1,665 10 1,430 39 20,075 69 13,160 93 202,880 9 II,C00 15 6.900 6 2,606 8 325 4 900 5 1,200 ft 1.400 6 4 340 3 69.536 97 38.550 4 26.500 31,991 6.551,832 4361 7,401.562 33,66 City IntflllgcitM, Tub SchoolQuestion?The Young Men's Detocratic (reneral Committee of this city, passed a solution last evening, by % unanimous vote, calling pon the Legislature of this State to pass a law aulorizing the election of School CnnimissinnerH anually by the people, and entrusting to tbetn the thole and sole control and disbursement ot the noneya appropriated to this city for the support ot ublic schools. A bill is now before the Legislature or this purpose, a synopsis of which, was published n the Herald a few days since. Tiiacc Mm at a Molasses Juo ? Chauucey tailey, Lewis Thurston, and Robert Smith, c <mined" their heads together yesterday to steal two s lions of molasses from Wm. Radford, No 132 Vest street, and were locked up for their trouble, to iDswer the charge. Caught with the Load ?A man named Wiliam Beatty was caught yesterd ly in the net of tealing a large quantity of clothing, valued at $to3 33, roin Francis Halpau, and committed to the tombs Stole White Lead ? Barkey Meyer stole a keg >f white lead from Joseph Drllatorie, No 2S3 Front itreet. on Tuesday night, ar.d will be tried and senraced to-morrow. Coroxer'i Ism;est.?The Coroner held an inquest m the body of Mary Lynch, who died on Tuesday light, at 16 Orange street, from the effects of sudden ffusinn of the chest. Youro Rogue ?A boy named James Stevens was aught yesterday in the act of stealing a pair of panilooosftom Mr. Joshua Ordway, of No. 29 Second tr?"rt, and committed at the upper policeFihe ?The fire la-t evening about eleven o'clock urned the upper part of the four story bud ting orner of Natsau and Wall streets, occupied as n rinting office. Conrt of Common Pleas. Before Judge Inglis. Feb- 2.?John Clark vs. /I'm ftf. Pritchtu-d ? 'rior to and during the year lb3>, any uthappy right that came into this State hat ing claims against iin was liable, until he had been here thirty days, o imprisonment for debt; but since then, we need lot say, the law has been altered, abolishing the yatem altogether. The plaintiff was, and is, prorietor of the picture gallery in Bar-lay street, and he defendant is a smart young lawyer, connected rith Mr Kinerson, 98 Wall Mr-ei In 0*t 'M, udgment obtained agairat the plaintifl in Boston, >r $111, was sent, to Mr. Pntchard by KlusG.ay noting, of that city, for collection Ile sued out a apiaa from the Superior Court, and, in order, as dr. Jordan insinuated, to show what an aimi. bty mart fellow he was in collecting debts, gave orders o Mr. Repp, the Deputy Sheriff, to treat Mr. Clark ai non resident debtor,averring that he had reently cotne from Bonn, and WM IQMMblt to the ?w, by which he hoped to make hint pty up. alhough Mr. C. had resided here for several months. The Deputy 8h?riff went to the picture gallery vhile the plaintiff was up to liiacyes in business, ireparing for an auction sale of pictures, u htch had ieen adve rtised to take place that evening, arrested am, carried him down to his attorney (Mr. \ndrew V'illiam.%) and front there, accompanied by Mr. V. to the office r,f the d fendan'.wlu re on a repreentatioa of the facts, Mr- Emerson, (the partner) ook "the responsibility"of releasing himAction was then brought by the plaintiff for false mpriaonment, but Mr. Pri'chard entered into a ne;ocia'ion for terms, provided a rel"ase were given in this action. Tne document was drawn tip, and he defendant called upon the attorney lor platn'iff, >ut the terms were not fully oomplieJ widt, and lie efuaed to ratify. After he had gone, tit release vas among the missing. A similar document subquently met a similar fate, and they were both irougbt into Court this morning by the defendant n proof that the action waa settled. . " Avauntihee, flsnf?takvany ?ha|>e but that," aid Mr- w.Hiam?, and he pounced down upon trie

locumentsaa memento* of "h> pe deferred." (tor he defendant went on and collected his Baeton lebt) He produced evidence to show ihit Mr. 'ritchard had come "a little too much" of the lawyer iverhim in getting the papers?in other words, he tad pocketed them when he should not have done o, and the jury, under charge of the Judge, that he release was not valid, gave a veidict in favor >f plaintiff for ^1X1 damages, and six cents coals. For plaintiff, Mr. Jordan and Mr. Williams; Mr. Ivart for defendant. McDonald and Johnson vs. Choi luttr Hinhty ?The lefendant contracted with her son-m law, JohaGar ttson, to build a house for her in Ktsex street, for which she wasto pay 5M.000 Gatret?on failed when he house had been nearly completed, but owing lome of the hands. The present hc ion is ander the ien law, the plaintiffs being atone rnasona, and were ;reditorafor work on the building to the amount of RIM Mrs. Hinkey defended on the ground tint the tiad paid the contractor in full; but th* jury dtd aot ;onsider each to have been the case, and gave a vetiiet for plaintiffs of 41. For plaintiffs Mr. James T. Brady; Ma. Loater, 'or defendaot. RK H ORNING, FEBRUARY 3, IT EI) STATES FOI JKACTUHE8. Sl'CAR REFINE*IKS, CHOCOLATE, SCC. "? ; v a ' I a. s a g |-s '3-s v * a | "S oS 'Sg g-d o i a ? B a; & o 2 ; s; >, 8i?? S "S 's s-J oC o "2 o 3 ) 00 Vm *2 o ? ? 9 i 2 ? i. 2 AI I 2. .2 a o <i H a ? o 5 * \ > > J > _ 55 _L jieato is ft iiH-n li. 'no lo ; -.17,915 2 1 ttMCO $37,500 137.300 220 37' 14.300 13 < 318S0 31,800 10 1: 10,334 88 430 7 366,004 6.000 390,113 416 ?<: 153 630 WOO 3 73 643 20 691J00 14,0C0 337,430 197 37: 1,100 O.483 9 34,120 6 170,000 11,400 * 78,430 103 1<W 10 333 1 43,?50 15 It | 431 3 300 1 I 13 950 '29.333 113 61 790 .00 S.COO 3.ICO 12 i 11 460 13S00 13 ( 300 10,600 a 3ooo 4 rrc.ooo 7 wo 20,000 101 sii 7 300 o 010 30,050 39 14 48.480 1 3.000 00,440 43 * 13 400 4,000 3 1 10,2-36 5.340 3 7,260 1,400 1 3 000 3 1 330 4,060 ? 7jM? tl J 651,431 13 3,550,704 7" .900 1,143,906 1356 l,7tH', ^CTURHS. MIL.Lt. ,,,,, i rm a i > i 5 ii. i 1 1 i li I s |1 * - ' fls S-g ? 3* ? ? 3 B ^ h 3 ? O ^ O OS ?M ?M ? ? Zm 38 a) OB 1 ? ? l~ ? i ?5 loo" o k y: > ? _ _ C 561.361 30 83,161,593 3,010 >3,900 603 1,014 00; 4<l ?,.9 9 768.360 I -296 1,149,191 1S.W* 79 l.lft] 7 1,771,191 1,900 1,440.153 1,3199k <4 13a 93.693 *66 163,310 41 />04 94 671 57 543.609 995 737 440 4?9>;** 13 1,061 30 1,063,134 1.374 999,750 '9JW 50 6.3>J6 63 16,963,360 19,607 14,646,614 '97,>'< )9 597 31 3,446,696 1,366 3,641,300 344,34(1 54 5.369 166 9.114 9.55 7.990 7,669 034 666016 u jjj 737,971 386 391 150 35.400 y 430 9 * 367,360 896 1009 671 379 771 14 1,967 61 7.855,109 3.064 6,164 609 136 607 13 1,056 46 1.563,096 1,830 1,670,918 03,600 16 746 19 1.301.676 9.136 1,668 604 60,003 ,| 677 6 1 368 715 1.561 1.491 973 ft 534 16 1 395 434 1.380 1,413.107 16 309 38 466.864 933 1,310 845 13 935 2 ?!5 X 7M7K 973 I!&70 794 80,500 15 977 36 1,0-30,664 9,100 1 310 195 339 ,*> 718 33 3,437.9.17 9,067 1,650 669 16 ' 663 113 8,866,313 4,661 4.031.034 633 855 IS liS 54 9,334 3 077 0.8 107 333 0 785 18 3.417,636 9,"304 3,147,619 39,200 6 308 9 960,066 l.?3? 2 88 1 330.847 400 366.367 ?00 7 491 1633.368 1,147 3,460 300 10.600 3 65 2 189,650 440 488 960 14.100 0 1-44 3.50,093 850 >61 606 7>,AB 7 7 5 06.436 164 1 66.650 4 1 183,370 30 96,500 90_3A7 1 31,660 943 76,54*. <46 60,766 66,866.470 7,016,00' Circuit Court. Before Judge Kc.vr. ^ Fta 3 ?Juan de la Camara vs. Ferdinand Clark. {| ?1 he plaintiff is aa Havana merchant, and holds [, bills o( exchange, drawn on Clark Ic Co-, Water u Street, which they hadaccep'ed. hut owing to the / funds which thev had provided being misapplied b/ ii one of the firm, ft iled inoayingwhen due, and the j, present action ia brought for amount of claim, end e 10 per cent, damages Verdict for plaintiff, $1,507. Jacob Cram vs. Richard H I fay Jen ?This was an ti action to recover the amount of a note, but the sta- n tutc of limitation waa ret up in defence, more than ^ six years having transpired since its date. The law y, provides that if a person has resided ont of the. state t, for two years of that time, it destroys his plea e jj limitation- Evidence was presented to show that 0 the defendant had resided for that period at East ? Windsor, Conn., and the jury gave a verdict for ^ plaintitl in the amount, beinz 5'7J3 :W For plain- p tiff, Mr. A- 1'iiderhii]; Mr. John 8. Woodward, for 0 defendant. * Jared L- Moore vs. Edward Dodd. et al ? This }, was an action to recover the amount of a package ^ containing two hundred silver halt dollars, which had w been directed to Southampton, Long Island, and in- b tended to be conveyed hy detendauts. Mr. Hodd p| and associates, were owners of a line of stages, and q had n bix, with others, at the store of 11 William:- \ Ac Co, corner of Southend Fulton streets. The f, money, carefully directed, was placed in the box, g, hut never reached its destination, and action is ^ brought The occurrence took place so long ago as 1*33. It was t-hown that others had access to the e box as well as defendants, and that no delivery had h been made to them as common carriers. The jury t! gave a verdict in their favor. For plaintiff, Messrs. j Burr Ac Benedict; Mr. Moore, for defendant. 8, Court Calendar?This Day. ? Coi-bt or Commos Picas.?Tart I, at 10 o'clrcW, A. M. 8 befjie Judge lnglis?Nos. 130,59. 83, 17,61, 77,1 63. 164, , 187,33,106,91, 143,98, 313,.>7,HI, 07, 117, 139,319. Jl, 37, n H6' 147. ? Pait 2, st t o'clock, P. M., before Judge Ingrsham.?Noi. O 141,161, 166, 100, Hid, 16S, 170, 171, 110, 111, 171, 176, 178, a 180 3-13 ri Circuit Cocst ? Nos. 170, 171, 164, 6i, 179, 180,181, n 199, 184 to 196, inclusive. '1 d Saii.irg or a Mail Steamer.?The Britannia, /J Captain Hewitt, started from Best on last Tuesday for Halifax and Liverpool. A O. Bigelow, of Boston, r.s ei bearer of despatches, is one of her twenty nine pas- P sengers. She takes out twenty thous-and letters, ' and sixty bushels of newspapers. Tapers by the a bush'-l! oi tl Atnvrrv is tiic Philadelphia N'ava Yaro.? ^ There is a demand for mechanics at the Philadelphia " Navy Yard at the present time, and when spring opens, ship building will ly active there. One or c two steamers are to be built immediately. * areoi.vr?se5t3 ry the govcrxrir a!?0 stxat k, .Tax. 19.?Jacob 1). Wheeler, of the eiiy of N>-w York, commissioner of deeds for the said city. . William Thomas, of Poughk-epAie, commissioner for Joining certain moneys of the United States for . the county of Ducheui. H British Wr-ir Jxpia Steam Packets.?William y Ogilby, Esq-, H. 11. M. Consul at Charleston, S. C , n has been appointed British mail agent for thai p place. {, Heath Arrested ?Heath, who killed a wo- J man, Friday night, and (hot Wells, was arretted Siturdav, and brought to the city yesterday, flo t; was taken some fi te< n miles beyond Petersburg, (] as he entered the cars, by the police officers of w this city, who went in pursuit of him Wells is t| still living, and likely to recover.?Richmond Slur. Wife McsdUID.?A soldier named Gritr. in a j fit of jealousr, brutally murdered his wife on the 11th inst. at Micanopy. He waa brought tu this q place for safe keeping yesterday ? Sf Augutlin* Herald. ti Another Patriot (loss.-John Temple, former- hi ly of Concord. Mase., died in Bowdoin, Me., on the R 18th ult, used M6. lie waa in the army through the revolutionary war. Melancholy ?Mr. Brighnm, of [he firm ol je llngham Sc Wells, was killed in Detroit, on the 'i-liii ult , by an explonmn of aome gas- p, A Modern Ana.-An emigrant passed through ?" our city this afternoon, whose " ?*'"* f?jr Ha- ni veiling were of the most aomf. r abla kind Drawn . by four horses was a cabin, large enough to centain "" a family of any reasonable number, with two win- *' do ws of ail lights eseh, and store pipe projecting from the top It lookad neat and homcUke. We saw madam* looking out of the window, her head tl dressed in a aloe white cap, a la Yankee - Clei?e- P load lift aid, /on- 27. tl ERA 1842. I 1JS40. I'APKU. Til | i | hi r' V i 5 f ! I ! -S3., : I 5 I it k | 3s-5 IS * ? I61" "o j ? ? t -3 ? ?. a ? I o s I s i ~a i I S* I o -a - B 2.S o - 5 Ijk g r > * -O.I i.OUO 6 $Ki (MM) 89 $20,6>J0 1100 13 160 000 $1,100 111 101,300 1300 83 1,84# 930 .16,700 907 1.093.800 1 400 3 34,000 8.300 15 44,0(10 1,800 30 MM 530 01,000 461 853 810 -r17 179 7JO 35,000 105 318,400 1648 77 673.131 89 637 749 703 640 500 41 543,300 7.004) 400 480,100 1450 87 793 335 94 400 794 681 800 1400 1 30,000 1.500 II 16,300 1370 17 106,100 3 000 171 94 400 i,300 13 316.345 1,380 181 387 740 ,000 2 8,785 6 5,000 '300 1 30,0491 30 30.000 1,600 1,130 13*00 5 46 000 14,000 87 93 000 1240 7 44 000 47 47.649) 1800 14 370,002 90,000 306 300 300 000 3 86 457 54,000 100 68,739 835 1 3,000 500 ,300 1 7,000 6 90,000 LSOO 1 1.500 4 5 04)0 571 426 4,641.496 611,597 4728 4,745,339 1 I, URMTIRK. HOlTtl 1 i S I e 5 . 5 . I 3t s I a 1 -X -2* I t2 " I > I >* = o '3 1 ?o a I * y-o o a fo I I 3 5 -s I II oQ" i I 2l o I "3 ? ?"13 ?'" I , _ & SB O I 2 2 I I 1 $204 875 1.435 $068iw8 " 31 1,674 J ) 106,827 233 69P&1 90 434 I 1,090,000 2,424 90.'494 394 1 249 2 > 121.131 193 63 300 0 292 1 2'>3,673 7H? 312770 9.'> 617 I I 83.37* 190 49 860 72 4<i8 ' 1 971.776 3 600 1,010 610 1,333 6,196 16 I 176 666 617 130 626 205 HOI 3 i 1,166,092 2,373 710.707 1.995 2,424 9 I 16,300 130 34 HOO 47 104 306 360 834 339 330 389 692 2 289 391 676 143 320 102 1 504 4 i 36.002 993 87 060 38 9 822 1 I 28 166 241 133 600 111 2,694 2 49.780 9.6 29.090 38 2,691 2 41,671 63 19.430 67 472 31.460 41 28 010 lit 2,247 2 2 300 129 576 060 218 019 1 79 580 203 30 650 193 1.098 1 278 3-60 463 139.295 485 1.767 2, 761.146 1,928 631.317 970 2,704 6, 211 181 661 91.029 310 4,270 6, 84,410 244 62,223 .131 4.133 6, 413 2,202 1, 20,293 45 7.810 21 1,083 1, 2*2 191 06 2^ 060 89 1,230 1, 30 18,300 9 306 6JM5 29 5,710 7 609 4 000 12 1 300 U 433 125.872 190 85 000 00 38 I 7,6*6,406 18,003 0 989,971 8429 43,661 b> Dahi'o ' aso Atrocious Munnra.?Oar borough as thrown into considerable excitement en Mor.ay evening last, about dusk, by the annouucetm nf vat the body of a woman, evidently murdered, had j ecu found near the town. In a short time the body Us brought in, |and deposited in the State lions.-. l coroner's jury was summoned, but circtim? ;inces 1 nduced a postponement of the inquest until tli> lo!iwine morning A number of witnesses were then x imined. and the following facts elicited. 1 The body was discovered by a party oi men re- r timing from work, about 1 P. M lying in a field, \ ear Reese's mill, not far from a lane leading in the j irection of the turnpike. Near the deceased lay er bonnet, mnch braken, side comb with hair atiched, tec. On her face were marks of bruises, as . 7 from blows or falling, and on her throat the marks < f a thumb and three fingers were distinctly visible, lonstderable difficulty was experienced in identi'yig the body. For some time the deceased wassup 1 oeed to be an Iri- h lady named Smith, wiio reside* l n the railroad line above the bor ugh, nnd several j, ritneeses corroborated this opinion. Mrs. Smith appening to arrive in town, settled the point. The otly was then ascertained to be that of an Irish oman, who with a man calling him^ell her hua* t| and, arrived in Reading by the cars from Pnilad. llia.on Saturday. The parties took lodgings at reth'a tavern, stating that they came from New n ork. Ou Sunday after dinner they left the tavern C >r the purpoae of taking a walk. They were next :en together near the Harrisburg bridge, from rhich they proceeded up the river. e After aba -nee of an hour or two, the man return g d to the tavern alone, and mide some enquiry for f is wife, stating that he had lost her. He remained here until the next morning about {> o'clock. The * irection which he took after leaving, was not ob- ' erved, but a man said to answer the descrip'ion giv- I n of him was seen at Mohrsville, apparently in , Teat haste. We should have stated that aboutO o'clock on fun- 11 aye/cning he enquired for the key to the room d tbich had h?eu occupied by himself and wilie. Up- e n learning that his wife had if, he left the house, nd was absent about an hour. During the night the aom was entered and the trunk broken open, and P1 0 doubt robbed of any money which it contained, tl "lie key to the dooi was found in the house on M^n- ? ay. The murderer must have viaiteJ the dead bo* 4j y for the purpose of obtaining it. The key to the unk wps found with the body. As the nam" and place of residence of the deceas- a d have not vet been discovered, we annex some t articulars which may lead to further discoveries, t 1 size, she was about the ordinary height, stout* and t f rather coarse features, and hair nearly black? t; ee thirty or thirty-five. In nddition to the marks i f strangulation aboutthe throat, und the brui.-eson a ie forehead, lips and face, there were marks ol p raises on her right side, and portions of skin torn s If the right hand- When found, deceased had nn r light figured _ sliallv drew?fine black merino J look, lined with silk and muslin?black cotl<-n 'o< kings, morocco slippers, See. r The trunk left at the tavern was examined. It v 'as of wood, coverej with gray eal skin, lin< d c 'ith blue paper. < >n the lid outside, were th- let- \ :rs M I >. made with brass nails Ins.de whs h vl- I w card, with the maker's name and address, thus : t ? " " - - sr. ^ (Ilj -l:_ i ?? r. 1 . ' >. nucKiii iBier, .m>-?'iu ?n|i, mm ; rest,"New Yoik. Saddle*, harness I> The trunk was fall of female clothing of hand'ome (> uality. On a linen pocket handkerchief, w riifen p rich indelible ink, wna the name " Kugine Marti- c ean, No. II." N'o o h r mark was f und on nay c nrtion of the clothing Wuh th?- triiiik was a band tl r>x, contsiitng a leghorn bonnet, trimmed with d ehite satin ribbon?nl-n in ore case a green parasol o nd black cotton umbrella. ... . p VVe have given these particulars, from a conyic- ti on that if ptiijiahed in the New ^ ork and Phila- n r Iphia pajtefS, they may lead to the discovery of c rho the mardered female was, and perhaps assist in a lie arrest of the murderer. tl Several individual* were arrested on suspicion, t< ut as nothing appeared against them, they were Im barged. l' Tne soppoaed murderer is descnlied as a man ra- S irr under the middle size, somewhat at-eut, l<?og li ice, dark eyes, apeak* slow?downi ist look", rc- tl vr, wore a bfua tight body coat, blue pants, black n Ik cravat, black lur hat, and coane hoots Unc t< iindrid dollars i* offered for his apprehension ? h fading (I'a ) Journal, Jan 29 v t Westcrx Ci'aiosiTiF.?.?At Fairplav, '.Viscon- ? n Territory, aa tome micera were digging for K ad ore, they discovered a nnmber of immensely rge teeth, ud hone* of some petrified animal. A irt of one ol thc teeth foun t weighed twenty six " inees.the. whole of which it n concluded, would '< ive weighed four pounds, and a set of the like dienaion*, sixty pounds Those petrifactions were nhedded in clay between limestone rocks, forty- ?' x feet below the snrfeee of the earth. a Orxatxo or a Ram.soad.?It is annnnnoed that m part of the Hastern Rail roe I in Maine, from j ortland to a point aear Barn, will he opeeed about x te middle of this week, q 1 LD. rfcmiM 'M' BiHmm m " I* 2, g? I 3 I S -j ? a I = I " - ?S ? a i ^ - I Q I " I ~ ? >. I ? 1 * "2 ? 55 | .s r3i s. as : * i s>. i Z* e |3& o5 -sS2 i 51 ? w*i. i s i ? -*! ; I i s5 * ! *- * L- A 30 0-2 " ~ 3 " itu T!? 37 ti KG 110 960 1? 8 2 li 14 14 41d;W# ,, '? 4 9 129 36.700 29 14 2 no 4 11 ** 317'074 321 107 34 1M xi 3 146 11 on i 13 -'7 3,231 1,976 640 40 JO 4 31 1 4 | of* 101'*00 '2U 46 12 16A 10 42 1,709 681,740 * - 3 3 * S3 11460 60 10 I L6 ?? 7 K* 1S#'I#0 13 4 36 12 r, al(, ?5 i , it ? 2 103 66 400 J? J J JJ f 4 131,300 H ?' f? 2 4 0 U l."?7 l '14 100 32 1 a 21 1 ,,-i Vioo '38 1 '3 28 I 0. ^3 310 36 6 11 21 2 3 392 193.700 41 6 2 36 0 )0 1P1 112 600 34 3 b 26 7 8 020 80,326 100 41 9 101 7 20 1.173 416 730 GO G GO 4 3 211 60,600 40 6 3 38 2 9 176 71 3?I0 40 0 24 0 1*3 79 360 9 10 3 37 13 100 39 2 6 2G 1 119 62 900 10 1 10 39 30 20*1 6 0 24 10,301 * * 16 5,701 12 10 3 0 0 3 276 160 7o( 632 447 139 1141 125 227 11,623 6,*73.811 j AI.L OTIICl lUKlTUTVIUI. B gs i? -g "| : si zi* I -s i-i S5 953 g -J* ?S | 511 o c, ? M ? a 5 " ? r. ? . =3g -g. -?? 5 ." s 2 ? s > -2 . ' > > v O 6* ,492 $733,007 $1012 927 $4>0,749 $ 7,103,620 "" 916 470,713 829 472 409,246 9,262.449 ,947 2 767.134 6 660,231 3.297,986 41,774.446 887 379,010 1 666 193 9-20,430 10 096,136 .599 1,088,294 2,266 991 1,244 476 13,660 139 912 341 996 496,796 . 305,487 4 626 140 ,766 7,264644 9 614,206 6,079,307 35,262 779 ,086 1,092 032 1,999,266 1 394,208 11.617,592 w,.i<n -?1v j.4u1 ,-hm 209 146,860 293,677 k 146,660 1 699 216 .026 1,078 770 774 071 647.819 r. 4.V1 284 694 1 367 301 6.3 417 322,430 11360 1-61 ,707 4104164 127 316 62,660 3 838 POO ,398 1,327,376 81884 46,442 3 216P70 ,274 601 116 141 807 71,831 -2 899,665 881 730.871 421043 139.411 *130.(164 ,187 1.176 613 144 347 70,737 1 707,727 ,484 2,738 041 6.000 417.600 ti.430.ew ,467 427 402 490 671 189,846 3.781.680 ,883 1,030,172 697.020 4,5.61 762 5 0+5.260 ,060 3 779,821 1,648 502 5.329,734 IOOOj.267 619 1.241,312 684.771 303.278 4,182 043 737 2,066 266 427,460 206 919 3 186,612 966 1, HI,673 230/183 282,966 2,704,4(1.'. 251 1,141.174 27 396 | 23,905 421467 978 671 005 132,870 97.821 3,112.340 699 327,913 37 380 5,C0<! 669 490 641 312 09.5 51 612 26,162 634.926 324 186 987 34.445 8.4V) 130644 842 169 010 169.000 84 800 l/H/6 776 i.ftOi 41,917,401 34,766.363 24,019,726 297 726,579^ llnvfum. c fCerr??pooil*Dcc o(|thc IleralJ.l 11\v 6ka, .Ian 16,18-12. Je'nit of Mr*. Sutton in Huran'i?IItr Surct**?The Troupe?Further .1 Tootmint*. l>e?r Sir :? Yesterday evening was the debut of Mrs. Sutton o (he Role, of Aoiina in Sonnamhulu The theatre vas crowded to sufiocution, not a place being to be ind, and chairs were placed behind the scenes. Public expectation was at the highest pilch, from he aceounts received of the euccess of this artist. \fter the (irst chorus, and prior to the appearance if Amina, the greatest silence prevailed, which * as broken by loud and continued rounds of apil iuse, as the object of this excitement presented irr.self, which continued so long that the orchestra tad to cotnni *nce three times before Jic could proseed. The first sound of her voice was sufficient, ar.d he glances of approbation and nodding of heads, old that the feelings of her audience were with er In the first net, particularly the Socna and Sdvatina " Come per ine," and " Savra il Sen," she urprised every one by her flexibility ol voice and ityle of singing, and the curtain fell amidst the jreatest applau?e, intermixed with cries of "bravo" r?m all parts of the house. In the last act she was ;reat, surpassing even Madame Albino, who had eft a rerainetcence not easily to be effaced. In the Maria, " uh nin Guinge," she triumphed?execuing difficulties that Persiani, of the Italian troupe rt Paris, alonv could cfT-ct; it was with the utmost ifficulty the applause could be suppressed until the nd. It u the opinion or evvry one th-tt ia this'art r particularly, ahe exceeded every one who has receded her in this Rolf. She was caller! out at ic end, and received the immense applaud- amidst raving ot hats and handkerchiefs, and cries of brava," " braviwima," from nil prrts. Resides her superior talent as a singer, she ia condered a fine actress. It was expee'ed at first that he opposition clique here would nave created n disirb.ince. but the foreknowledge that Marte had aken effective measures, prevented any ope n denonstraiion, and the only etl'irf made vented ii?e|f n attempt* to depreciate Mrs. Sutton, after the first ict, goin^ round to the different boxes for that puriose, but it was attempted so limely in iV face of uch triumphant success, nod ridiculed. Two of the nort prominent of this clique were a certain Count Vndemar here, a teacher of music, and Voietl. Tne company now is very Ptrong, and equal to my in Ivirope, far the Paris Troupe is no linger vhat it was four years ago. If consis'a of two?pritna lonoas,'*absojutae, Oher, and Sutton, the former vile of the director of the music, maestro Rossi. io:h not only beloved by all the company, but by he whole public of the Havana Then comes the >a?s Salvator, as prima bawu, abeoluta, Antognini, rono tenrna, abeoluta, perozai, l'rinio Tenore, adiali' tecondo tenore, Chaconi, and Statuti, rimo b\s?os,t Torri HulV?. The compremaris, seonda Donna, Acc., with a line chorus, and m??t exclient orchestra, the former headed by Pike, and ie latter by that excellent leader RepriU- Maa me (>b"r gave a dinner to Mrs. Sutton last week n her arrival, at which all the company were pre?nt to receive her, with the director Marty. I am rtl<l flintr arn 1 i LrnnA f -? m?I m If ui?j nlonnion ' *?? iultt to nee the anxiety manifested by ail these ex"Tlent artiets for Mrs. Satton ; above all Roci, h nialfle lady. Salvalore, and Antognini.and Statuti; ii* extender] iU'-ll even to the arnsts who perfo: ] with her. The opera'of Lncia de Limermoor U in repetion for the Mut of Aniognini.with Mrs. Sutton with alvaiori As these n>*w articles excite all the pttbc attention, I shall confine my letter to them and tteirrfeiaf; they leave for New < >rteann in about a lon'.h and it depend* with vour liilitanlc of Charles>n, Philadelphia, New York, and Boston, rho are influence with the directors, whether thev viII have this excellent (roup* the next summer. II hey wish them, they had better write quickly to darti, directed to New Or lean*, whither he has one. Lnxoisn ron Krr.nnirr?Jonathan Emory, ef lie town of Stockholm, St Lawrence eo commit;d suicide oa the 21 it instant, by hanging himself. Ohm Rtvicn.?The Wheeling tlizctte of Friday, tates that the river at that place wa* clear of ice, nd in fiac order for boats of alt classce. Warlike ?Fire ton* of gunpowder were ser.t own the Delaware, on Monday, from the Nary 'ard, for the steamer Mississippi, lyicf * N*w astle J

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