8 Şubat 1842 Tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 2

8 Şubat 1842 tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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NlhW YORK HERALD. Mww York. Tao'li|,V(feraurx N, New V?rk Lanc?| Jko. VI, Tbe number of this popular asdic a 1 Journal, publish' ed laat Saturday, contains : ? A Lscrrae on Tic Doulourena.by Professor Mott. Remarkable cocoa of Disease oi the Spinal Marrow, bp rnfemiRiTiia Ki?;r?< of M. M Dscuaa and FLtssis'i roc sat woik no thi aalN of detecting Arsenical Poisoning. rrtf?M?rP>mii Materia Medica. Dr. Cms of Philadelphia, on a new kind of Ink. Proieaaor Dimliioh'i Practice of Medicine; and a number of other recent medicnl publications. Rcreavsel the Crosby street Clhipa Pennsylvania Hospital? Interesting case by Dr. A. C. Poit of New Pork-Dr. Whkslks of PioviJeuce, oa a now remedy far Worse-Oure for Crooked Noses, by Dairraaaata? Dw. Junes Octant, of Paris, on Carverturea of the Spine? Ha kit M? to, of London, on wounds received in dia' see ting. Together with tho Anneal Report of the Inspectors of charitable institotioqe fn the First Senatorial District of this State, snJ s variety of professional Intellines. The Loaost is the cheapest and beet medical Journal in this country. It places within th< reocAof ovory practitioner thrcngheut the Union, the means of hooping pecs with the progress of his profession. It will in time eradicate quackery, by circulating sound, practical me dioal information throughout the community. Price M per annum, paid in advance?single copies } cents. The back numbers supplied. Oihcs 41 Ann street, New York. {ley- Tint Dollar Wuiu Hksald will be pub. Ubhed ibis day at nine o'clock?price 2 cents a single W-*l per annum. To Advertiser*. Now is the lime to advertise. The srpiag trade is jut setting in. Prospeels are bright, and al" abend looks cheertul and healthy. The person who advertises liberally, always has the best slice Of the sound cash business. Come along, therefore, aad advertise at once. It is the very life-blood of good business. (apertaat from Albany?Triumph of the] Regency. Wo received last night very interesting and important iatell.gence from Albany. In the nomina- 1 lions for the different State 'offices, the good, old, J amiable, practical, intangible, popular power, ; called the "Albany Regency," have succeeded against the " New Lights," and " Ssnall Lights," I ia the first movement of the democratic party on as- . naming power. Messrs. Flagg and Young?old , fashioned democrats, head the nomination, and ' Jonathan D- Stevenson takes tli j rear guard. ^From these strong symptoms, we expect the pre- I eat legislature will make thorough work with the ' "whig policy of the last four years. It is certainly i highly important that they should restore the public j credit, relorm the free banks, introduce economy in i public expenditures, mid iiW all, j;nv us a direct j rail road between Xew York and Albany to compete i uitk Botton If they do these thing', the Regency ' will he supported, in spite of all old prejudices, by < all the independent and honeat portion of the people, I who MTAnt a good and economical government, but ' car# nothing for auy patty or faction as such? i aShe whig* seem, as a purty, in Washington, and j elsewhere, to powew ihe power of sell destruction , in t? eminent degree. ' Alb i n't. Thursday, Fell. 4. 1S-42, ) ! 12 o'clock P. M. 5 , IT \ Tlil Ui I a n? ?i.u. m ... ....- , in. candid -s for Slate officers I Tt -edingi w rc chari rized by great bar- ' mo- v L'.vk.l, of tie senate, wat called lo 1 the r, and Messrs. lluiliaway uud Ilulburd 1 Se. ries. The meetiug then proceeded to bal- I lot mptrollcr, and resulted in the almost unan- I | im ruination of Azakiah C Flaoo, who had , 105 vot-.e, Wilbam C. Bouck 1, and Blank 1 Mr. | F. being duly nominated, they proceeded to ballot i for a Secrrtaay of State. On thia the balloting ?oo<i as follow*:? Firtt. Second Samuel Young, 49 M | 8. W. Jon**, ? 39 Ebenrter Mack, 19 IS John B. Bkioaer, II I And Samuel Young was declared duly nominated. It was agreed to proceed to ballot lor an Attorney Oeneral, when Mr. Church ottered a resolution to the (fleet that the Kghth Senate District be entitled t? as many votes as they had Representatives in the Legislature, lie said that for lifteen years the Democrats in that wet ion of the Stale had never shared in the spoils of tlic purty. On this point he knew they demanded that one whom they know, and who belongs to that taction shall b? elected.? The resolution was rejected. The balloting stood.? Pirit. Stcond. Third. George P. Barker, 30 37 tM Cob jit H. Morris, ii 34 34 iicael Beardsley. -13 18 3 Amn J. Parker, IA 8 1 Henry I. Hogtboem, o A v. ? Jaarett, a 4 John B. Skinner, 11 1 Or.oA?.c P. Baskch, of Krie, was thereupon de olared duly nonunuted on tbe first ballot for T:ea surer- Tne voie stood as follows.? Thews* Farrtngton, 8] Erastua Htmilton, II Jshu Mlws, I John Gilchrist, 1 Thomas Fissisr.m, of Tioga, was thereupon declared duly nominated. Far Purveyor General, the balloting was:? Fhil. Second. -Nathaniel Jones, 37 6? John Morgan, as 3* Or. N. RadelilT. 19 6 Stephen Wir.l, 14 4 U. F. DouMeday, II 1 ?. C Bredh'-ad, J. MXean, 1 Whereupon, nattiasir.l Josw, of Ounge, was declared duly nominated. Tha balloting for Commissary General resulted as HOWS:? FSrtl. Second. Third. Jonathan D. Stcvea*en. 41 47 a# Hsary Stans, 33 id m Jaaaes Cooner, 7 4 H. J. Genet, 9 4 I Mo r decs 1 Myers, 7 3 H. Kiarated, ? Richard ITCarty. 4 J. Ball, 3 I Hzwav Sbnonua, of the City of New York, was declared duly nominated The caucus then adjourned until 7 o'clock tomorrow evening, when the nominations will be made forCinal Jommiationers. Tbe greater part of the day, in the Assembly, was occupied in the ditcu.-wion ot the Chemung Canal Bill A str-nuotia t-udeavor was made by Messrs. hatha wat tnd hi mi iiki v, to secure the adoption of their amendments in ihe hill aa renorted Irom the Committee of the Whole, but without succesa. The previous question waa at last demanded and persisted io, d-sptte all the entreaties of thoee who were anxious to have the bill modified. Mr. Hnntwt said he was opposed to the moving of the previous question, unless in extrome rases (and this wta not one of them} as tyrannical and op'pcensive, and he warned gentlemen, if they persisted in it, that they would h .ve late dinners. Mr. If. then, by a series ef ingenious movement*, seconded an he was by the whites, succeeded in protracting the session until three o'clock Daring this Mr So v shames, remarking that he wanted his dinner very much, under the atfuence fan empty stomach, read Mr. liumphrey out of the party; saying that lie had joined hitnseu w.ththe minority, and he hoped he would remain. This personality was stopped by Mr. O'Suliivan calling Mr. Swackharoer tn order. Mr Lo->tna called up his resolution offered yesterday, requiring the railroad companies that have any portion of their roads in operation, to make a report of their receipts cad expenditures, Arc, and was adopted. Mr- Horrwn called tip his resolution requiring tha State sthcers to ntakc h liquidation report, ana it was adopted with an amendment requiring the report thtsday. The resolutions living upon the 7th of October as the day lo choose State officers, and 'he next, to select caoul commiaaioncrs, was then ailed up by Mr Tamblin, and adopted. The t Governor tranimitted to the House resolution* sd >pted by the State of Kentucky m relation to repudiation, and which, out o( courtesy tn that State, Mr Hoffman moved lo print. la the Senate, upon the minutes beiagread, <?en Root enquired if the motion made by him yesterday to amend the prec? ding day, waseotered, as he had given notice that he should insist upon its being ater*d at fud length. Upon that portioa of the aaautes being r'ad, the motion was found not to be given at length Hoot then declared the reoosd to be a false <>oe, and demanded by what authority the clerk had so made ap the mi ante*, and intimated that the act might be made the foundsbaa ?f a resolution of oen*ure, Arc- The minutes west aateovod. Mr Kosbm laid on the table a concurrent resole ,:oi that the Legislature shall adjourn on the Sis1 ''av of Match next. Thii is taking tiine by the f?look- . . . . x ihi rest of thn siUMg was occupied in the diecnal|ion of that ialerminaMe Alter, the Governor's me>?agrs Mr. FooUS called tut the consideration ot the resolution offered by Gen. Root on Satarday last, aq| the amendment offered by himself on ysaterday. After some debute the vote was taken on the amendment of Mr F'wter, and decided in the affirmative, ayes 17, noes It. A communication was received from the Secretary of the Board of Regents of the University, informing that the office of Regent, filled by Washington Irving, bad become vacant. LlwaUdasaw o tks Press?~A Umrml Wkr against Daniel Webster. We haar a great many complain oi the licentionsneas and immorality of the preaa. bat perhaps one of the most remarkable specimens of the demoralisation of this great institution of modern times and government, has just been set in motion by one set ef politicians to destroy the leader of another.2 Every body knows that immediately after the election of General Harriaoa, there was a certain diqut of unscrupulous politicians, secretly organised nil over the country, for the purpoae of controlling the President, and of shaping future events to their liking. When it began to be publicly known, in the winter of l&K), *41, that Mr. Webster woald probably be offered the State Department by General Harriaoa. this self seme ehqut, through their organs, the Courier Sc Enquirer, See., began to talk oi the propriety ot Mr. W.'s refusing ibe appointment. Mr. W. 1 aki.'s taking office 1, wua looked upon with jealousy, and denounced in private by tho same dique. Things went forward, in the eourae of time, and when the eaon-akin cabinet exploded nder the influence of the two bank vetoes, the ??rae tUqut endeavored to cauae Mr. Webater alao to let go, come down from the tree, and give himaelf up, as the coon did when Capt. John Scott took aim. But Mr. Webater was no coon, and kept his hold up to this day. In consequence of this tenacity of purpose, the sime clique of politicians have hooka out in a new quarter, and have begun a moral war an the great statesman, the first gun of which is the following, from the Louisville Journal. [From the Louitvill* JouratLl Akk-dotb cr Dximki. WKiriL-Aa eminently respectable gentleman, from Washington city, has told us in anecdote oi Mr. Webster, certainly authentic, which prov?? that, although ha ia called '-the god-like," he is pilte as mortal asthe rest of us. Shall wt tell it, reader? Wall, if we must, we must. Some weeks ago, a highly reapsetabla young man from Pennsylvania, who held a subordinate office under Mr. Webster, in the Department of State, and who had his young and beautiful wife with him at Waahiugton, came to lha conclusion, after consulting with her, that bis very scanty income was insufficient for thair maintenance. They knew not what to do; but thinking that woman's appeal might avail wiih the Secretary of State, it was agreed that the wife should call upon him, and solicit a more lacrative appointment for her husband. She accordingly called on him at the Department, and made known her businesa in language of modest and iinple eloquence; concluding with the rt quest that tome clerkship might be given to her husband, in whioh he, by her industry as a transcriber, might add to hit income. The bnrly Secretary gazed upon the pretty 'sco of the pleader, and gloated upon her voluptuous ortn, till Satan fairly took possesaion of him. " Madam," laid he at last, while the Devil stood looking out of his syes as palpably as ever a man looked out ol a window, ' before 1 give you an answer, 1 should like to have you jo into another room with me,aud let me tee a speciaeen if your handwriting." "Oh, osrtaiuly, sir," said the msuspocting fair one. Thereupon, the Secretary stepped nto tne next room, and the lady followed him. He { aused uot there,but passed to a third room,and thelady. though a little surprised, lollowed him. St ill he stopped not, but stalked into a fourth room, and the lady, silent ind wondering, followed him. Then came the development of the mystery. The Secretary closed the door, ind threw his brawny aims around the lady's wsist, ?x;l*imiag, " This, my desr, Is one of tho prerogatives of ny office, and you need"?she waited not for him to loith either the action or the sentence, but gave a ter ific scream, which instantly brought half a dozen clerks o the room, among whom was her husband. As they "shed in, the old debauchee, we hardly Heed say, ashed out. The young man took his wifo home; and the next day, laving in the mean time resigned his office, he oalled upon Mr. Webster. Mr. W. instantly commenced an bumblu and abject apology; but tho young man cut him ikort " Sir." said he, ia a tone before which the Secretary cowered, " I come not here for an apology. Your iafamous conduct admits of none. Yeu are en unprincipled villain; and, were it not for your exalted station in thecouucils of ihu country,1 would this instant sacrifice you to my just vengeance. Sir, 1 scorn you. and spit at you." Having thus unburdened himself, the Injured busband turned upon hit heels. Such is the outrageous aad ridiculous Action which is put forward by George D- Prentice, the editor of the Louisville Journal. This Prentice is a sort of a drunken poet, very much in want of the Temperance Pledge, and no doubt he was in a state of glorious intoxication when the libel was penned. The story is utterly improbable on its face.? The State Department at Washington, is crowded with clerks, office-seekers, politicians, loafers, and all sorts of people, so that it would be utterly impossible for Mr. Webster to take a lady from one room to another without being seen and heard by hundreds. It there was any foundation for the story, it was probably a trap laid to give some color to an attack upon his private character. The intense hate which a certain rfiqu: of politicians, who have their head in Kentucky sRd their extremities every where, entertain to any prominent man that may interfere with the " Magnns Apollo" can be better imagined than described. Two thirds sf the violent hatred with which certain newspapers have assailed the New York Herald, have originated in a political hostility, because this jonrnal was independent and fearless.? For nearly two years a moral war has been been urged against us, by this cfique?a war, utterly reckless, unscrupulous, and beastly. But we have survived it and came out of it triumphant. The same elements of hate and beastliness have now concentrated their force on the Secretary of State,and assailed his private character?dogged his footsteps and picked up the scandal of the day to destroy his repu tation and character. In this region of the country, among 'the stews, it is possible that the Louisville Journal may find congenial spirits?but if they proceed far in this horrible system of defamation they will soon find their length and breadth. Licentiousness of the press! There is nothing so beastly ss the morals and conduct of these political dique* that are trying to get office and spoils, any how and any way. The I.oxg Lo?t 1'Rfa.ideht.?It is supposed from the following extract from the log book ofiitc brig Potiltney, Captain James Moult, ofGaltimore, that the hull of this long lost steamer has at last been seen. July 31, It A. M. 1st 40 31, n. long. SOU W. from n. York for Smyrna, passed a large njeca of wreck. sixty feet long?thirty to forty wide, and looked like the brotd side of s steam boot. It appeared to be part of the main channels, having four dead eyea, with turned mouldinga and long flat iron atraps. Iler hulk was black, with a broad white streak,and large painted black porta. There waa ablteof a hauser over a piece of wood, apparently The ill fated President was seen both here and in Liverpool by the chief mate of the Poullney, and he unhesitatingly any* that the" wreck passed was part of that Meant ehip. Every thing about the wreck plainly showed front their great size and manufacture that they belonged not to any merchant vessel or a man of war, but to a largo steamer. We think as the mate does, 0.1 this point, and believe the wreck seen to have been that of the unfortunate, ill stared President. Boziana.?The Dickens fever is getting to be outrageous. Yesterday every ticket was solrfjand premiums of 15 to tr'h) were'freely otlVred for single sets, but aould not be ncgociated. Speculations in fancy stocks in Wall street have almost ceasedDickens stock?Uo/.-ballsto k, w ttu high, and is rising tremendously. All the fa.ditoaablea are preparing for the ball. The .Motts, U,a Hones, the Jones', the Livingstons, th? Cheese mans, and ten thousand others, are wild with preparationThe miliioera are working uight and day. The preparations in dress will coat probably yW.OOO, which will circalate among the trades people and" Lacy tores during the whole week- No credit is given ?every thing is done for cash. The spring trade wan never so flourishing in Broadway. The whole conversation of the drawing-rooms, salons, corridors, ia entirely about the Lhckeae' /Mr?<be lk* ball?the Pickwick festival. Never was there rich I a time in New York- More to morrow. I """ ' > - Rzrom ud Ruroa-njio?Tku E?um -The " Express" trie* to escape the force of tnitb uf fact bfM impotent sneer?an aii|g|aiioa of japsruyity. Who, could be expected front a conaHU tfcnt ** ohm appropriates the labor ufnthers, and lakes the credit of it too 1 Caossr Stbkst Ci.isiock.?The Surgical Chniqmt of the College of Physicians and Burgeons, was as usual, attended by an overflowing audience yesterday. A great number of remarkable cases were operated on and prescribed for by Dr. Stev*s? and Professor Pabkxb, of which a foil report will be given ia the next number of the Lmmt- We understand that this College is making extensive and liberal arrangements fot advancing the intercuts of students, which will, if faithfully carried out, at. tract immense classes next winter. Why is not the school at the Stuy vesaat Institate " up and doing t" PaooaxsA or thk Lakcst.?la order to convey some idea of the manner in which the IxmeH is "going ahead," we may state that yesterday's mails brought the names of six subscribers from Virginia, three from Ohio, one from Upper Canada, two from Vermont, four from Connecticut, oae from Illinois, one from Wisconsin Territory, besides half a dozen from different pans of this State. The accounts from our numerous agents throughout the country tre equally favorable. The ImmH has already attained n larger circulation thnn any other medical journal ia the country. Classisajl ?In the Ohio legislature on the 2&d ult., a petition for divorce wu presented, when a Mr. Byingtoa inquired if it wonld be in order to move that the petition be sent to Hell! Mr. McFulty moved that the gentleman from Pike be appointed a ipecial meaaenger for ita despatch. Ten Dnys Later from China?Capture of another Celestial City?Progress of British Aggression? Kind Feelings of the Emperor. Another ship came in from China yesterday, namely, the .Valparaiso, which sailed from Maeoo on the 14th of October. It appears that another Celeatial city has been knocked into a cocked hat by the gnna of Knglaad Hingpo, the greatest commercial place in all China, was captured after a brief fight. This city is situated opposite the Island of Cbnann, and to the north of Amoy. It bad been determined by Sir Henry Pottingner to go into winter quarters, after ibe lak!ng of Xingpo. This will give the Emperor time to reiect.? In the spring, nearly the wbole British force will commence operations fmther to the north and penetrate to Pekin. We do not believe his Celestial Majesty will make any concession of consequents till that is done. An edict had been received from the Emperor, ordering the English to be treated with reepecr. This was after the capture of Amoy, and shows the very amiable feelings of his majesty. With the exception of the affair at Ningpo, every thing appeared to be in the same stale as when the Probus sailed. It is said that the Mandarins, to keep the Chinese soldiers from running, when the attack was made on Amoy, chained them to their guns. Than, when the English landed, the long qued Mandarins took to their heels, and left the poor soldiers at the mercy of the enemy. One Mandarin, just befoie the attack,, sent a flag of trace to &i English captain, stationed opposite bis fort, and desired to make an agreement that neither should use balls, but to blaze away at each other with powder. He said it would please the Emperor just as much as if balls were fired. All was quiet at Amojr. There was a report when the Valparaiso sailed of the loss of the armed steamer Madagascar, on the east coast, and that the fleet.had suffered considerably from heavy galea Fears were entertained at Macao that the Xerbudda, transport, with one hundrsd and seventeen souls on board, hod been lust. A boat from her, with thirty-three souls, chiefly soldiers, had been picked up; they reported leaving the Nerbudda in a sinking state, having driven over a large reef off the north end of Formosa. The boat had been eight days at sea when picked up. The Nimrod sloop of war bad been sent in search of the Nerbudda. The mate and one of the bands of a British smuggler, were decoyed on shore near Churan and murdered by the mandarins, in consequence of which the crews of several of the smuggling vessels landed and with the assistance of the crew of H. M.'s steamer Phlegethon, burned a village and killed all the Chinese they could find. There had been a good deal of sickness in the settlement at Macao, and many inhabitant and Chinese had fallen victims 4o a kind of influenza which was travelling about. We give below all the intelligence worth reading Also some verses, hitting off Captain Elliot and his negotiations. I From th? Cantos Prcss.'Oe*. (Ui to lath ] We have no farther accounts of the movements ol the fleet, although the Chinese say that letters have been received dated the ?:h of last month from Ningpo. stating that city to have been taken and destroyed by the English. There are reports that an Imperial edict has lately been received in Canton, of s pacific nature, but we have not been able to trace this report to anv satisfactory source, nor are we inclined to put much faith in it, the indications of hostile intentions being so much more numerous and better autheniieated. The forts aesr Canton and the river are being repaired and garrisoned; great quantities of guns and musketaliave been of late purchased by the Chinese, and these are even imported into Macao by British verse Is The Chinese state it to be really a fact that Keshen has been tried by a commission at Peking, found guilty, and was to be strangled after the " Leihtsew" holidays (7th August ]! The Comprador was likewise condemned to the ignominious punishment ofbeiug cut to pieces, and a mandarin who had recommend ed him to Keshen's notice was also to suffer death At the same time it is said that Lin is about to be recalled from banishment and again received into Imperial favor. All thi9 looks not as if the Peking government intended vary soon to come to terms. In addition to this we hear that a high mandarin, late Viceroy of the Province of Ilooawaag, has arrived in Canton to take chief eommaad over the troops at Canton, with whom it is said he intend!* very shortly to reoccopy the position at the Bogue. It is said that this new Commander wkoia about to play a conspicuous part in the war, had for some cause or other incurred the Imperial displeasure, and was about to be sent to the cold country to keep Lin and Tang company, but he appeasecf his master's wrath by a promise, that if the command were given him, he would aoon rid the Empire of the invaders. By this promise he has for the present avoided Sunishment, but it seems very donbtfal that he will e able to keep it. Every thing seems to portend a long continued struggle, and we sincerely trust that the government at home may be prepared for it, and send out the necessary reinforcements. The force at present in China ana on its way out seems ta be inadequate to the purposes it has been sent for. Excepting a few sad not heavy showers, we have had no raia almost since the typhoons ia July last, and the consequence lias been that the winter ricecrop ia likely to be much injured by the continued drought. Already rice, ue are told, is rising in price, and should rain not come soon, the crop, which is generally cut in the middle of next month, will be very scanty. Daring the last five years the province of Canton at least bae enjoyed moat abundant harvests, and w? believe the price of rice has never been known to continue so low in price as it has been since IKW. We are told that up to aow about 12 inches less than the usual quantity of rain basfailen, aor m it likely this will be made up, the months of October and November being generally very dry. It ia with deep regret we have to announce the death of the Rev. Joequim Alfonso Gnnaalves, whose loos will be severely felt by the students of the Chinese language. Padre Goaaalvee was a native ol I The Preach frigate I'Erigoae, Captain Cecille, which arrived at Btngapore aboat six weeks since, left there early last month for Manilla. It ia said that 1 this ship wilt follow the movements of the British fleet on the coast of China, aad that she has on board aa Envoy from the King of the French to the Km peter of China- The Dnnaidc has left lioag-koog tar northward some tinaa since. A great number of troops are said to bo again col wctiag ia aad aear Canton, aad tho wives and (ami"* ?t Mandarins are agaia leaving. The hang merchants have been a little anesgy, from a report which ia somewhat current, that there good* and leu to he brought to the urn count for mk. [From the Baking Gexette.] IM??|2diT (July 19) ?The imperial *il ha* bun received I oafler Keahen to be dMH eiied our to Ine great eogncil of the imperiaMndfmfc who are to meet with the members of the?oard#< punishments, and having determiaed from evidenee hie crime to record it in a duly prepared report- Respect this. . The imperial will has been received. 1 order that the already degraded (from being a) great minister of stale, Keshra, according to tbo sentence of the great council of the imperial biamo!, be detained in prison until autumn (9th moon), Oct. 15 to Sept 12,) when he is to be beheaded according to his sentence. Respect thia?By J. S. id C. R[From tha l>nt??R?fi?t?r, Ott J to la] THE LAIRD OF COW LOOK'S Tuac?"There was an old ehap, in the Wtst Country." I an the Oevernor of Hong Kong, But I do not think I shell be so long. And therefore good folks, I'll give you a song, About my iMgrtistfenr. As I understand, that vary soon 1 shall simply write say m me Cow loon. Which yea ell must think hat a (rising boon Far my ntgMimiioui. If once made a Peer, I shall net care a Pin For Lord Palmerstoo, or Commissioner Lin, In my sleeve at the pair 1 shall heartily giln. Hurrah for 1 had scarcely landed and taken Chnsaa, When the Maadariu found I was Just the man. So with pens, ink, and paper, wslorthwRh began Milk and water eveshen? The stupe oace nt M far ss the greet Psiho^t Where I sight here struck a most trrrible blew, Prostrating the Tartar prida quite loir, But preferred aegsNaWeua. It was there that I met with the ba?d Kb shea, Who civilly ask'd the old admiral, when We returned to Can ten, to bo gulled again with freak negotiotfen*. Having bad at Chneaa a very little to do. And finding the Chinamen fought with Bamako*. On the winga of the North eaet Monaoen we all flew To resume NsgsSsattens.' The death left in charge of a Commodore, Who thinke writing ehepe iea epeeiee of bore, He rrquiree but my ordere,aad nothing more. To finish nt'tiiiikiant. Ke shen being tardy, 1 told the rogue, .Sir Gordon would shortly visit the Boguo, With some ef the rety best methods in rogue Foe shortening ifgptiatieru. The Imperial Envoy, dreaded a row, And felt dieiac lined to Bremer to bow. So he witnessed the late of Ty cock-tow, And then hastened nsgtfiaiietu. Folks say that the bargain7* loosely made, And lifer with me on the law of UackmJt. But all thee* trifles are thrown in the shade, By my splendid nseetielions. Perhaps yeu will hear in time for next mail, The Emperor refuses to pay en the nail,. Bo 111 get for the opium Ke shen or Lin's Tkil, And conclude my nsgettetiew*. Should the opium merchonts want thai* cash, And fancy my doings in China rash, With my taking title home I'll daah, And cut futueo negotiation*. Canton was, on the tth instant, an open to British an In neutral merchants- it ia an now. and we think it will continue ao to be : any British merchant will be as rale in Canten as any neutral: that they do not choose to go and conduct their business there is their own aSur: if, indeed, the lloog merchants were to flatly refuse te transact any business with the British masebants, then the blockade of the port would become a new question based on entirely new grounds: the trace and its terms would not then be regarded. It is not improbable that this refusal may soon he declared j ana then the h. m.'s officers will pursue that course which their duty dictates It is becoming a singular speculation, what will the end of this beginning of war with China. Our opinion is that the Msatchow dynasty should be overthrown, another placed en the throne, and China be thrown open to all the world: this end, we think, would be infinitely preferable than to possess any portion of ita territory uoderthe present dynasty. We are informed by a native that Yihshan and the Governor are again recruiting tor stent and valiant troops, and arming them with muakota, which we expect they handle like cows. Judge Noah** Return f*om Washington.?Oar ancient colleague and fellow sufferer, has just re turned from Washington, with n variety of now impressions and ideas, and a whole budget of anecdotes, illustrating the sad condition of public affairs. The Judge louad the whig* in a state of complete confusion?without order?without discipline?without purpose?without prospect. The locofocoe appeared to be in better order, and took the drill much more kindly. The Major visited the White House, sad shook hands with Captain Tyler, and, for any thing that we know to the contrary, th? following conversation took place between the Captain and the Major: Major Noah ?I hare seen it aiated in some of the papers, hostile to your administration of afTaii*, that there was a difference of opinion between yourself and Mr. Webster, and he would probably soon leave the Cabinet. President?It is true, Major, that a difference of opinion on some subjects, between myself and the Secretary ef State does r xist; but I trust that I shall not, in cor sequence of this difference of opinion, be deprived of his valuable services in ihe Cabinet. Major.?If my request is not an improper one, Captain, I should like exceedingly well to know the important subjects on wbioh you differ in opinion. President ?Ob, your request is by no means improper; I will answer you honestly and frankly. The most important subject on which we differ, and which division of sentiment, as I said before, in my opinion will not cause a dissolution of the Cabinet, is thisMr. Webster is .food of making ehowder; for my own part, I prefer to open oysters! Major ?I am very happy it is so worse, Captain. There certainly is a difference between chowder and oysters, on high constitutional grounds, but it ought not to break up, ihe cabinet, but I am very positive that aonw tush important difference in tho construction of tho constitution on chowder and oysters, has entirely broken up the whig party in Congress. " I think so too,** replied Captain Tyler. On the whole, Major Noah returns from Washington, with s keen sense of iko ntter impracticability of the whig party?the superior discipline sad tact of the locofocoe?and a very confused notion of future events. The truth is, politics, piety, finance, trade, every thing is undergoing a revolution at the present day. Yen, evea the climate ia changing? April weather co < ee upon us in midwinter, and the whole world seems to be turning topey turvy. N. B. For God's sake, don't let us be indicted for this report, for we mean to be as accurate aa possible. Steamboat Explosion.?Early yesterday, the boilers of the steam tug boat Citizen exploded with a tremendous noise, tearing up the after part of her dsck, and otherwise damaging the steamer. She had been towing a brig, and had juat left her ofi" the foot of Pike street, when the esploeioa took place. There were four or five men and one female on board, bat none were killed, none were scalded,1 and only one slightly iajared by a cat on the hp. I was a moot extraordinary eacape. The ateamer Samson went to the assistance of the Citizen. Tim Irish and O'Connell.?It is now generally auppoaed that there will be a complete revolution in feelings of the nativea of Ireland in this country tewards I >aniel O'Connell The Irish have a fanatical horror towards all abolition?all amalgamation?all the colored race. If Daniel O'Connell attempts to make abolitionists of the Irish in America, he will find himself a small potaioe, and a vary poor one. Li.opKMr.srs is Hwa Lira.?There is some small r talk about elopements about these days, bat we find that the oae recently pabliahed in a Philadelphia paper, of a young lady, daaghter of aa ex-minister, going off* with a foreign atfeeM, is all wrong?in fact mere fancy- There are elopements, bat aot that one. AsoTitaa Case ar Ybliow Fevxb.?William M- Miser, of Steaiagtoa, Ct. died is New Or leans ea ths Wth alt, of yellow fhvor, with black vomit. Indeed this la strange. Ws verily beliove there is te he a reveiatiea ia wvather?diseasdacd every thing also. * SOUTHERN DISTRICT OR NEW TORE. Calvia Angler, New York, to bo declared beakrept w,/l^ 4.# 4. "*" Moooo E AimdDt, Ail do March J*. Job* EhoneaotRurrill, do T do Merc011. PbilioRennoM. Jr. d? do March 4. Joaepmr. Batfthb, do do do Edward Carrington. Brooklyn, do do Joko P. Crone, ioutheoat, N. Y. do do Jameo Langdon Curtia, Now York, do April 31. Thorn Carponter, do do March 4 Frofk. G. Caotiw, do do do Phoebe Cuddy, do do do JehB Ely, do do do John Foatar, do do do Haary Fenner, do do March 3d. Lyman W Gilbert, do do March 4 laaoe O Graham, do do do Abraham Halated, do do do Elioha B Higglnt, do do do Jeremiah G Hamilton, do do do Goorgo Hood and Jamoa McFatlan, do do do Ckaa. W. Hantingtoa, do do do George lonooa, do do do CbeatorS Kaaaon, Brooklyn, do do SenJ. B Kirtland, New York, do do Amae Kooler, do do April at. Peter B.Manoheator, do do March 4. Marcua Mitchell, do do do Stephen N. Mnaaon, do do do George I. W. Maboe, Beoohlya, do do Neloon Place, New York, do do Richard Rev nor. do dm Am I mac I. Ruton, do do do Charles 8. Row ell, do 4a do Hear? T. Raymond, da da May 1? Philesaan H. Smith, 4a 4a Mai?h4 Asm R. Stellenwerf, 4o 4a March 18. Joha W. Strong, 4o da da Woo Smith, (tockraakar, da 4a Mm ah 4. Wm.Saitb, chairmaker,4o 4a 4a Egbert D. Smith, 4a 4a do Alfred B. Totten, 4o 4a 4a JohnW. Thornton, Brooklyn, 4a 4a Va C. Van Alloa, New York, da da Edwha Wrgaat do da da Ailea Waddle, 4a 4a da Joahua B Wood, da 4a da WatWhlloy, da^ da April 14 SvruuoB MacHAsiooL Lamt.?The ingeniously constructed mechanical lamp, which ia introduced by Saxton, 337 Broadway, ia n moat superior aad useful article for parlors- We know nothing at ai) equal to it. Low Watts* ?The stock ol the Commercial Bank, and that of the North American Truat Company, are quoted aa low aa Ifc per eent each. Wfe would not take stock ia such concerns, gratis, wkh per share besides. Thomas H. Benton compares himself to John Hampden! John llampdea was a gentlemen who never told?or secreted bank notes ?New Ymrk 4m*rirrnn. [Nor did John Hampden ever pay his debts with a gold snuff boa.] Our Modem Wkatukb?We have to state to our readers the remarkable fact, that on this, the 8th day of February, the Hudson river is open to Albany, and the Connecticut to Hartford. We j state this particularly, because we know that the j small distance of soft, mucky ice, which had not before givan way on the lludsou, was yesterday ! compelled' to do so by the warm rain which fell. If mild weather would but force a resumption of specie payments by tbe banks, as easily and as early as it does that of navigation, what n hnppy country we Bhoukf live in! fcFrem lbs rbilaSaMiis V. 8. UuttU?F*b. 7.] Wa continue yet lathe enjoyment of April and May weather. The buda oo the ireea are welling out, the hnnn* mirk lit ia in full Ltnf in rnanv nlnrnn anil wa hnva rosebush which ha* thrust forth Jts Waves, aa if the time ef the singing ef the birds had o?m. We are afraid that when the hard liaaee ahall come, when a reaction in the weather ehali take place,1'hen theae trees,and shrubs, andihuahea, that have been expending rather too mack, wit) find themselves in a bad predicaaaant. Mr. feiroa any* that the cold will come, and, therefore, we conl dently expect it. Whether it will come accamnlatrdin the month* of caM, or be acaltered along, marring the aweeta of aummer, we cannet tell. [Proa the R.Chester Advertiser, Feb. 1 ] On going to the olfice on Monday morning, we Stand [ a grasshopper about an inch long, alive and Hopping ? Tbia untimely viaitor tai found tn a garden on the eaat aide of tha river, and being aoamwhat of a rarity in January, vaa caged in a tumbler and ahown to as. [From the Luncutei httellufesecr.] There latne ooiocHrnee. that mild winter* have happened at a regular periodical drntance of twenty-aim year*, a* follow*?1686,1719,1798, ITfil, 1790, 1616, IMS. Chatham Thvatsb ?The inclemency of the weather last ereulng did not check tha daaire to whnaa* the attractive performance* offered at thia theatre. Aliror T wiat met with great success aa well aa tha now piece of the O em eater of Milan, which will he repeated thia evening in addition to Jacob Faithful, In which tho vivacity ofthat general favorite Mr*. Therne, ei Mary, la a great feature; tha whole In tar* parted with favorite negro malodiea and dance a. Disgraceful Row.?Ye terdaj afternoon, nboat three o'clock, an alarm of fira was riven, and the engines wore net At the eoraer of Bridge tad Concord streota, the two C re companies, No. 3 and No. 7 met,and from some enaso or other, n quarrel commenced, which terminated in n general fight.? Brooklyn Newt, Fib 7. Great Crash ?A portion of the greet wall on Fn.-man street, which waa erected to protect tho residence of Judge Hideliff and Mr. reet, came down abont 12 o'elpek last night, with n tremrndooa crash, which was distinctly heard iin.eregy part of oar city, and also in New York. Tho wind was blowing a gale at the time.?Brooklyn Star. To An/oca*.?'Tho Legislature of Michigan has roted to adjourn on the loth of February. Latest from Matawxah.?Tho. Plato arrirad on Friday night, sailed from Mstanzas Jan. 25; by her we nnre receired onr correspondent's faror* np to the latest dstn. In relation to Mr. Cross, he sayt:?"Thia gentleman, I am now happy to say, has boon relieved from imprisonment, and is oat nader seenrity gin a for his not leaving the island; but the snit is sti 1 geiag on jdbt as slowly as erer, which is much to be regretted "? Philn. fnq Feb 7. WxsTzniv Armort.?Gen W. K Armistead, Col S H Long, Surgeon General Lawsoo, W. L. Ilenly, and P. H. OiTesby, United State* Board of Engineers, arrived at Nashville, Tenn , oa the 20th ult.oa their return from Rock Is'aad, which locality they hare examined with reference to ita adaptation as aa Armory site Ceart Calendar?Thin Day. Brnnoa Covrt.?Not. I, 19, IS, IB, 90, 31, 39, 99, 196. 94. 94. 36, 3d, 39. 90, 198, 91,93, 197,93, 34 , 97, 39, 5?, 41, 194. 49 4$, 44. CincftT CovkT ?N >f 4W. ?7, 147, 131, 171, 2*3. 3M, 944, 246, 948, 240, 94ft, 989, Ml, 903, 201, 904, 900, ?T, 208. COOT OF Connor P(.??s?NOS. ISO. 27. 01, 77, 140, 101, 104, 107 , 44. 01, 143, 09. 313, 47, 81, 97, 139, 810, 91, 89, 131. 14. 108, 123, 4ft. 7ft. 4 o'clock P M ? Mot 194.308, 174,98,120, 144,140, 190, 310,330,328, 930,232.934, 930. Naval OnrtH.*?Jau 25.?Lieut- J. J GUkcth, steamer Fulton ; Lieut. W Coxrt Nary Yard, Philadelphia; Lieut A H Kilty, receiving ship, Boston. Jan- 26?Conner J. M Cooper, steamer Fulton. Jaa 28? Surgeon J. M Fobz, rendezvous, Baltimore; Midshipman E Z. C Ju-'aoi, receiving ship, Boston; Midshipmen W L. Maroy, do, New York; Surgeon H S llennolds, rrcrivin; ship, Norfolk; Burgeon W. M Wood, Baltimore station: Bmi wain W. Walt err, order to navy yard,Philadelpiln, revoked. AproiirrifcaTS.?Jan 27?Alfred Hiakerty. acting Boatswain; Charles Harvey, acting Suilmaker, by and with ihe advice and consent nf ihe Senate Morris 11. Beck, of Va , Aa>i*lant Surgeon |l>ro. 2, 1811; J.F Tuckennan, of Maaa do Jaa-20, 1842; Oscar F- Baxter, of N C do do; Lewis J Williams, of Md. do do; Mariue Duvall, of Md- do. do. TaANtraas.?Foster tthodes. Naval Constructor, from Washington, to N- York; Samuel Ham, Naval Constructor, New York, to report to the Nary Commissioners for each duty as ihey may assign to him. Mcnoan is Tsbstos ?On Snodav morninglast1 Richard Bird was fonad murdered ia his honss, about half a mils from Cork's Town, ia Burlington county. Ha had lived alons, and was fonad lying on the floor, nsar the fire, with four book shot ia Us left tide, end noe ia bis arm. It appeared from Ue tracks that ihe marderer bad stood aboat fiftees feet from tbo boneo, aad had Ared tkioagk a window Bird waaa white laboring men, ofharmlesi, inoffensive character, about (ixty-five years el age, and bad a little property. Two persons wert arre.-ted, examined, anS remanded far farther exam in at ion.? Vrmton Uaxtitt. Sd isat. Court oT Oyer aad Terminer. Before Jndge Kent, aad Aldermen Pnrdy aad Lee. Fan 7-?The erne of James Gordon Baa net t, foi libel oe the Court of Session*, was postponed to IT sd need ay.?Mr Morrill obserring that bis associate counsel, Mr. Jordan, was eagaged ia the Co an of Common Ploae on aa important ease, and thai Jadge A nab had written to him tinting that be would not he in the city, nalees it were put < IT, ia leaaen far the tiiaL Mail Ronaaa Caooht.?Hilliem Hunter, (h poet master nf Florence, Ky., bee been thrown iflte prison for robbing the U. 6. muil. | postscript: *Ulwof? (Cerreepondenoe of the Herald.) Ualtimobi, fab 7, IMt. Qubmmatoriml Malitn- Frtt-Bankrupt* -Somno- I lenty, 4*. Ma Editob:? They have a tongh atory, which baa baen ayraad through oar city, wt only ia wbiaperiag, hat ia audible laagaaga, touching the eonaabial felikity of the gubernatorial ekair of the at ate ef Marylaad. I coaaot credit if, and if I could, would be waatiag in language to go farther thua jaat here.?Mum You bad no communication fro? mo yoetorday. Tbo fact ia, friead Jamee, it waa Sunday. I waa ileepy, aad consequently indulged ia awaoi elan] beta until Uncle Sam'a locomotive had trudged of with the mail. It ia hat aeldoai that Soeaaaa ftada me enaooaaod " aader qu.lt uad cover," giving up to " tired aature'a awoet reatorer" at sunk an hour ?hut ao be it, a fellow meat take a eomfortablo anoose occasionally. A ire occurred oe Sundav moraine, which de troyed two Am building*, joot newly biiM, in Lexington street, belonging to tho firm of Hino fit Afetia. Another took pLce ln*t oirht in the Men* dow*, very near the UuiversoJist Church, which hunt down a carpenter shop Tho church wan crowded at the time, and tho minister wa* about in the middle of hi* dueuurte. U* woe preaching gainst hell and damnation, Are, brimstone, he ? , t rem the awful yell* that came from a portion of hi* aadUorr, one would |havs thought that tho yawning gulf whero Pluto dwell* had opened it* fiery gate* even to thoir conversion. Tho work of Bankruptcy "gone bravely on." But few, comparatively spunking, hava yet taken advantage of it. Tbcoo are the latest victims:? John Hick* on, Charles C. Haaaikoa, ft mhrma Dal* limoro, Tboamo Praaiogtoo, Jehu H. CDoaaell aud Cornelias L. L. Laary. The iasolveat commissioners are Mill exercising their fnactiew, and imprisoameat for debt continues aa annul. Yours, Twist. Philadelphia. ICerv* poadi ace of lb* Hudi ] Puiladbuwa, Pub. , Igg. I We, hava word from Harrisbnrg that four more sections af tho immediate resumption bill had paoso^j without nay essential amendment. If members arc serious ia tbi*, it leeks indeed wholesome?purifying. Tho fear is that the legislature la hut soak" iag to drive the beaks to the Governor's forms to loan tho Mate moaay to pay tho State interest. So righteous an act from ao corrupt n place aa Harris'* burg baa beau for the past six or eight years, assay are alow to look upon as sincere. I hope, how* ever, that in this case, the public aaay be disap. pointed ia their auspicious. Yesterday, ia consequence of the probable passage ef this bill, tbe beak* refused alaaest all of tbe small relief notes, and so did tko agent af the Camden sad Amboy Railroad Company, la consequence of thio, the greatest confusion and excitement prevailed throughout the ouy. Everybody was thrusting them forward and all wore refusing thorn. Throughout the market* these was nothing but scolding and execrations by the huckster* and victualler*. Tis the beginning of tho oad, and tha people now cry mare loudiy than over for tho pat* IU( of the p<*dii| bill, ud,f?i ipiiw tiwi It is rumored here, on what aittheriiyl hardly hue, that our Postmaster ia again in difficulty ret* petting hit oifice. U it said that there it strung talk 01 removing him. bieoaapetency, abolition, Ac., are given, through rumors, at the mat on. Something it the aaattox, at be hat been for teme dart at Washington. We bad word from Baltimore last night that the Richmond Banh, Va., bad failed. U was by the gkmteagert. 1 tee no eoiirmation el it by the poftra, and probably the rnmer it unfounded. Meat. Sylvnin took t benefit latt night at thn Cat taut street Theatre, and had a pretty good hotue?ftom two hand red to thiee hundred dollart. Stephen Petit hut a benefit to mtrrow night. Afterthat Mrt Seymour will play a abort engagement. At the (J irons there wat a fail, and even more than usually fashionable house. PlUlndtlphla. (Corretpondeuce of ike Hwtlil ] Philadelphia, Feb. 7, ltMfi. We have here to-day ineeataat rain, which of eoerae preventa much bnaiaeot of an out door na> tut. There ia not much visible excitement; though the doing* tf the Legislature en the ?ty-i* of retumption ia watched with the livelieat intertttbyaii elattat ef aociety. The tone of all information from Harriaburg atill it that the bill requiring immediate retumption will peat. la this expectation the "league" formed by oar city Benkt, from which inch greet advantage* werejpr?dicted,-a understood to be eetirety^broken op. The tafety feed will! not bn erented, nor will thn banka iaaue tbeir own paper. Beaidea thia it it mderatood that the Cemmereial Bank, which it ia tbenght ean ataad immediate reeumptioa, refesea all or nearly all depesitaa. Her President is anM to he very rich, and if he chooses to aid the institution hy a retort to hia private fortune, ean beyond a question enable har to meet all her deasaada. Tba business in ateehs has been small, and in State fives at a decline ef 4, notwithstanding we have the positive arancance of the Governor, ia a special memage to^the Legislature, will be paid ia three weeks. The Reliefeurrency ia something better? aelliag at a discount of 7 to 8 per cent for earrsacjft curreacy is at a discount ot from 7 to 9 per oeat lor specie. Exchange on New York 64 to 7 percent prem There is no change in the rate of aiacouat of Guard, Peanaylvaaia and U. 8 Bank noted. Tax at.?ttalvaaioa dates to the 2M alt. have keen received at Hew Orteeas. A letter dated Aastis, January fith, says a " bill peaaed both beasea ef Ceegreaa repudiating Taxes iwvmiiTi ?i ( ? 111 rnnwy." There jet exlrti (real excitement in Toai, ia respect to the Basis Pc sxpeditisa. 1 tie Aastin BalUtia af the Mat alt., etatea that the Hoa. C. Vaa Nass, who baa ia?t reached that plaea froaa 8aa Antonio, had wka him pablic paper* from Chlhaahaa, giving faNer aecoaaU ai the eaptace. The prtaoaera at*ted that they lad foaght lbs Indians froaa Aaatia to Santa Pa; aad whoa they weia captured. were Completely wore oat by fatigue aad want of food. Cook, Howard, aad CaMweU, are report a J to hare been killed ia attempting to naaea Aa aet to faad the Taxaa debt ha* famed the Beaata. Alio a hill to aathortaa tie issuing of $150,000 exehaaga hill*. Attaajr. 0t> Adam** Exprraa Lioe brought as letters aad papers last sight from Albany ia advance af the mail. ICwnniahin *f the HereM ] Aiaaitr, Friday eight, It o'clock, ) Feb. 4, 18O. \ The warm raia that haa prrrailed for the laet thiee days has had the edfeet to hroakap the river. The ioe twee ruaatag dowa al dap yesterday, and the water haeriaea shave the docks. The Mohawk and the western atwame, aee n pre seated ae having all brokea ap aad vary high. Tbie baa canted great deraagemeat to the naaifc- The nomiaatioa* for State offsets appear to giro geaeral mtiefacton, ae Car as I have had a* opportunity of obu.rviag. The only sore nets that estate ieia relation to Coasmiarury Geaeral. The hope# of the wbige of diaaaion aad diaaeatioa ia the demamalic rank* may be considered a* blasted. Ia the Seaale to-day, an hoar wu consumed ia , the attempt to amend the annates. The bill ia relatioa ta lbs appointment ot Bash Cowimimioacia, was i then taken up, but after rejecting several amendments, rose aad reported. I In the Assembly, a communication was received , from the Canai Commissioners, with a report from the engineer department, inanawer to Mr. Caryl a resolution of inquiry lor information aa to engineer* f being concerned in contracts, fee A communication , was received front the Canal Booed ia answer to the peremptory call made yesterday for the liquidation account required by Mr. Hoffman's leanlutions, announcing the forthcoming, probably to-day, of the information aousht. The Committee of the Whole pained the bill to r incorporate the Chittenango village ; amended so an to provide that no person ahall vote on sack queolions, ualeoa be shall have been an inhabitant for , six months pre^edm* the meeting, and otherwiie qualified to vol# at towr meatinga Mr Towaoead's , bill ia relation to interest on money wu then taken up, and after aaaae debate the Committee rone, and the House adjourned. During the day a most active caucus has been i gemg on oat of doors for Canal Cemmiasiooers?ne- | ? ver were men an busy. T? nigh* dm democratic member*, pursuant to adjourn me ct^met in caucus, ' I

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