2 Temmuz 1845 Tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 1

2 Temmuz 1845 tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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THE NEW YORK H Vol. XI., Ho. lHO-Whol* No. 4044. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1845. Prle* Two Ccata. THE NEW YORK HERALD. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, Proprietor. Circulation ? Forty Thousand. DAILY HERALD? Every day. Price 2 cent* pel copy? $7 aft per annum-*- payable in advance. WEEKLY HERALD ? Every Saturday ? Price 8J cent* per copy? $3 cent* per annum ? payable in advance. ADVERTISEMENTS at the uaual price* ? always cash in advance. PRINTING of all kinds executed with beauty and despatch. Or?- All letter! or communication*, by mail, addressed to the establishment, must be post paid, or the postage will be deducted lrora the subscription money remitted JAMES GORDON BENNETT, raoraiEToa or the New Yobk Herald Establishment Northwest corner of Fulton and Nassnu utreete FOR NEW PORT AND PROVIDENCE. Kars fl> DAY LINE via GREENPORT. \ )i? Long Island Rail Road will ruu a train m connection witli t lie Souud Steamer Worcester, On Thursday. the 3d of July, at 8 '4 o'clock A. VI.. from tile Dt-iiol at Brooklyn. The days lwre?f'te> lor I raving New York will be Mondays, Wednesdays and Kri. days. Horses and carriages taken each trip to the number of ten. jyl 2wrc FOURTH OF JULY EXCURSION. BETWEEN NEW YORK & PHILADELPHIA, At reduced rate* of Fare, by the New Jersey i Rail Road and Transportation Company, from the -foot of Liberty street, N. R., from the 2d to the 1th July, with the, privilege of returning on the ith, 6th, or Cth July, lllli, inclusive. Fare for the Excursion Four Dollart. Leave New York ou 2d, 3d and 4th July at 9 A. M., snd 2d ami 3d July at 4 \ I'. M.? Returning from Philadelphia on the 3th and Cth July at II A. M., and Ith, 3th and 6th July st J P. M. Tickets can IK* procured at theolHce of the Company, foot of Liberty street, N R., and will not be received siner the time above stated. Passengers from New York will be able by this arrangement to v isit Baltimore. Washington, Reading, rottsville, Sec.; the fare from Philadelphia to the above places is.very low. jl 3tis'rc FARE TO BALTIMORE #1. Through in Seven Hours. NEW CASTLE AMD FRENCHTOWN RAIL ROAD AND STEAMBOAT LINE. ?mwb The unrivalled Steamboat ROBERT MORRIS, Captain J. M. Douglass, will, ou and alter Monday, June 16, leave Dock street wharf, daily, (except Sundays,) at 3 o'clock, P. M. Pas seugers will arrive in Baltimore at about 10 P. M. Fare only $1. This Line is composed of the following splendid and fast Steamboats: ? Robert Morris, Captain J. M. Douglass. Ohio. . . %. . . Captain L. Davis. Constitution Captain J. Chaytor. George Washington Captain J. Trippe. This Line leaves Bowly's whnrf, Baltimore at 3 P. M.? Tickets for Whceliug and Pittsburg can be procured on board the boat. UNITED STATES MAIL LINES FOR BALTIMORE. Fare $2 ? Through in Six Huurs. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI MORE RAILROAD LINE. Via Chester, Wilmington, Elkton, Havre de Grace ,kc. On and after Wednesday next, Juue 25th, the fare between Philadelphia and Baltimore, by the Mail Lint*, will be reduced to K3. The Trains will leave as follows: ? From Philadelphia, I From Baltimore, Depot 11th and Market streets. Depot in Pratt street. Daily-, except Sunday. at B A.M. I Daily, exc, Sunday, at.O A M And Daily, at 4 P. M I And Daily, at 8 P. M. Wheeling and Pittsburgh? Tickets through to Wheeling and Pittsburgh can be had at tne Depot. Eleventh and Market sts. _ - . . , O. H. HUDDELL, Agent. ror further information, apply to J. L, SLEMMER, at the office of , . Adams &. Co. 17 Wall street. June 24th, 1815. je29ec LONG ISLAND RAILROAD COMPANY. REDUCED FARES. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS, Ou ami afler 14th June, 1845, From ? Brooklyn Drpot ? Boston Tmiu? A. M. daily, Sundays excepted, slopping at Farmingdale and St. George's Manor. Aceominoda:ion T nun? 9)4 A. M and S P. M. for Farming dale uid intermediate placet, daily, Sunday* excepted. Accommodation Train, 3 P. M. for Oreeuport, daily, Sunday* excepted, stoppingat Jamaica, Branch, Hempstead, and Hicks villi- , and all the stopping places between Hicksville aur Greenport. from Grrenport Drpot ? Boston Train, daily, Sundays excepted, at 12)4 o'clock M.. or on the arrival of the steamers from Norwich. Accommodation Train ? At 5 A.M., daily, Sundays excepted for Brooklyn and intermediste places. From Farminadale Drp-jt ? Accommodation Train. 6?? A- M. and 2)4 P. M., daily, Sun days excepted, for Brooklyn aud intermediate places. From Jamaica Depot ? lixtra Train, l)jj P. M. daily, Sundays excepted, for Brook lyn aud intermediate placet. The Boston Trains stop only at Farmingdale aud St. Gcorge'f Manor. The Accommodation Trains stop at the following placet, on the road, going both ways to receive and deliver passe u iters, vix: Bedford 8 Deer Park 69 Kast New York 12, '4 Thompson 88 Kace Course 18)J Suffolk Station 100 Trotting Course 18)4 Lake Road Station 1 18% Jamaica 26 Medford Station I 18)4 Brushville 31 U Milleville 1 JO Hyde Park, 17 miles 37)a St. George's Manor. ... I 62 Clowsville, (during set- Riverhead. . 162 siou Court,) 37)4 Jainesport 1 62)? Hempstead 37)q Mattetuck 1 62't Branch 37), Cutchogue 1 621. Carle Place 44 Southold 1 62 !? Weitbury 44 Greenport, Ace n. train. I 7J)-, Hicksville ... 44 Dosteu Train ... ... ... 2 00 Farmingdale .... 62)4 Stages ire in readiness ou the arrival of Trains at the several Stations, to take passengers at very low Fares, to all parts of the Island. Baggage Cratet will be in readiness at the foot of Whitehall street, to receive Baggage for the several Trains, 30 minutes be fore the hour of starting from the Brooklyn side. T /"'Rockaway Baggage taken in separate Crates. jnlOrc TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS. WWW EXPRESS AND PIONEER PACKET LINE, Krom Philadelphia to Pittsburgh via the Pennsylvania Kail roads and Canal ? through in 3V4 day?. The above line is now in full operation and offers great inducements to persons who wish aplessant mode of travelling to the west. The cars are built in the most approved modern style, the boats are fitted up in a sujwrior manner, and every effort is made by the proprietors to conduce to the comfort and convenience of travellers. The scenery on this route is unrivalled, and the k re.at chain of Pennsylvania iuternal improvements is well wor thy of being seen. By this rcute passengers avoid all the fatigues and dangers at tendaut upon stage travelling, and at the same time make an ex peditious trip. The cars leave every moruiugat 7 o'clock. Passengers are ad vised to engage tlieir places at Philadelphia. Office in Philadel phia N. E. corner of Chesnut and Fourth streets, aud at Nos. 11 and IS South Third sts. A. CUMMINGS, Agent. Philadelphia, May 17, 1IM5. For information, in the city of New York, apply to B. H. KN18ELL. Agent lor D. LEECH k CO.'s Line. 7 West at, N. R. my!7 Gm'rrc "From boston to Philadelphia in a DAY. lilti'il'fi) V liMfj Mfc iltiii THE TRAINS upon the LONG ISLAND RAILROAD are now arranged for imssengers to leave Boston at 6 o'clock and arrive in New York at 4, as was the case last evening; and take the Philadelphia train at quarter before 5, and arrive there at 11 P. M. my 21 tf *"1 NOTICE.? On and after Monday, the 9th 111 I iJim stant, the car that lenvet City Hall at six o'clock iu JKmH the morning for William's Bridge, will leave st W " half past five : returning, will leave William's Bridge at seven o'clock. The car that leaves City Hall in the eveninfM half past six o'clock for Harlem, will leave at six oVIocM, and will ran to William's Bridge ; returning, leave William's Bridge at seven o'clock and twenty minutes, jul rrc PEOPLES' LINK OK STEAMBOAT* HJK ALB AN V , DAILY? Sundays Excepted ? Through Di ?rect, at 7 o'clock P. M., from the Pier between .Conrtlandr, and Liberty streets. Steamboat ROCHESTER, Captain R. G. Crottenden. will leave on Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evenings, at 7 o'clock. Steamboat KNICKERBOCKER, Captain A. Houghton, will leave on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings, at 7 o'clock. At 5 o'clock P.M., landing at intermediate places, from the foot ol Barclay street Steamboat IN EW JERSEY, Capt. R. H. Fnr?y, will leave on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday Afternoons, at S o'clock. Steamboat NORTH AMERICA. Captain L. W. Brainard, will leave on Tuesday, Thursday ana 8atnrday Afternoons, at S o'clock. Passengers taking either of the above Lines will arrive in Alba u y in ample time for the Morning Train ol Cars for the east or West. The Beats are new and substantial, are furnished with new and elegant state rooms, and for speed and accommodations are un rivalled on the Hudson. Freight takeu at moderate rates. All persons are forbid trusting any of the Boats of this Line, without a written order from the Captains or Agents. For passage or freight, apply on board the boats, or to P. C. Scmiit/,. at the office on the wharf. je30 m . NEW FERRY TO FORT HAMILTON, YELLOW HOOK AND NEW YORK. Til E Steamboat HAMILTON, Captain II. ? Mnllan, has been put on the above Ferry, and .W4II commence on Monday, the 30th inst., and run as folio#!, until further notice : leaving I'ierNo. I East River. I Fort Hsmilton. 7 A.M. 3)4 P.M. 8 A.M. S T. M. 10 A. M. 6 P. M. I 12)4 P. M. 7 P. M. Fare, 12)4 cents. The IOLAS will he ready to commence her trips on July 3d, and continue tne season. je:W 3t*rc NEW YORK, ALHANY AND TROY UN E. I 0BL FOR ALBANY AND TROY DIRECT. ? st 7 o'clock p. M.? The steamboat EM 3EMiiii^^^b.PIRE, Captain R B. Macy, will leave the steamboat pier root of Conrtlandt street, every Tnesdsy, Thursday and Saturday afternoon, at 7 o'clock. The steamboat COLUMBIA, Captain Wm. H. Peck, every Monday, Wednesday and Krida'r afternoon, at 7 o'clock. For Passage or Freight apply on board, or at the office on the wharf. ju29 rc FOURTH OF JULY EXCURSION TO NKW BRUNSWICK AND PERTH AMBOY, ? ? Froin Barclay stre et, at 9 A. M.? Tlx- steam ? boat HAR1TAN, Captain Isaac Fisher, wil! .leave the foot of Barclay street ou Friday morning, July till ?t 9 o'clock, for the above places, making both the Outer and Inner Passages, affording pleasaut views of the Bay ai.d Harbor, Oovenimeiit Fortifications, Sandy Hook Light, *imI the beautiful scenery of the Sound mid Kilns. Re turning. the Riritau leaves New Brunswick at '4 before 3 P.M. I'erth Ainboy at 3 o'clock, arriving in the city at '4 before 5 o'clock. fry- Fare for the whole Excursion Fifty Cents. P. 8 ? Families and parties of pleasure will And this oneof the most pleasant and healthful Excursions made outhe 4th. jyl 4t*rc MORNING LINE AT 7 O'CLOCK, FOR ALBANY, TROY and intermediate ? landings, from the Steamboat Pier at the loot ol -Barclay street. Breakfast and Diuuer on board the ?*>at. Leaves New York at 7 o'clock, A. M., Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday, and Troy at 6 o'clock, A. M., Albany at 7 o'clock A. M. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The low-pressure steamboat TROY, Captain A. Gorham, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 7 o'clock. The steamboat NIAGARA, Captain A. Degroot, on Mou div, Wednesday and Friday, at 7 o'clock. For passage or freight, apply on board, or to F. B. Had, at the office ou the wharf. Notice ? All goods, freight, baggage, bank bills, specie, or any other kind of property taken, ship|<ed, or nut on hoard this boat, must be at the risk of the owners of such goods, freight, bag gage, Ike. jeltrc NOTICE. staten island FERRY, FOOT OF WHITEHALL STREET. FARE 6* CENTS. Ou and after Saturday, 7th June, the Steamboats SYLPH and STATEN ISLANDER will leave New York every hour except J P. M., commencing at 8 A. M., until 7 P. M. Leave Staten Island every hour except 4, commencing at 8 A. M., until 7 P. M. ju7m 4.4*3 FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. THE Royal Mail Steam Ships CALEDO NIAand HIBERNIA, will leave Boston for ^the above porta, as follows:? Caledonia, E. G. Lou, E'q., Commander, Tuesday. July lsl Hibernia, Ales. Ryrie, " " Wednesday, July 16th. Passage to Liverpool $120. Passage to Halifax 20. Apply to D. BRIOHAM. Jr.. Agent. 6 Wall st. je W FOR NEW ORLEANS ? Louisiana and New York Liu? Regular Packet, to sail Monday, 21st instant?' The elegant fast sailing packet ship OSWE spt. Vvbod, will positively sail as above, her regtilai ?'or freight or passage, having handsome furnished accom modations, apply ou board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall st, or to E. K. COLLINS & CO., 56 South st. Positively iio goods received on hoard after Saturday evening 19th Instant. Agent in New Orleans James E.Woodruff, who will prompt ly forward all goods to his adddress. jlrc FOR LIVERPOOL-The superior ship NEP TL'NE, Cat tain Peach, will sail ou her regular day. _ I For passage, having unsurpassed accommodations in the Cabin only, apply to JOHN HERDMAN, je27rc 61 South street. FOR GLASGOW? Regular P?ket^The~wel] ? known, fast sailing British Barque ANN HARLEY. _ ?Ouncan Smith, master, 450 tons bur hen, daily expect rami upou arrival will meet with quick despatch. For freight or passage, apply so vvOODHULL & MINTURNS, j26rc 87 S mtJi street FOR LIVERPOOL.? The spleidid ship KEN 8INGTON, Captain Shumway, will positively sail ?n the 1st July. For p.i sAce, having excellent accommodations in Cabin anil Steerage, apply on board the Ship, foot of Dover street, or to je27 rc JOHN HERDMAN. f,l South ?t. ^ FOR LIVERPOOL-The New Liue-Regulai Packet 21st July? The superior fast tailing Packet shii iUOTTINGUER, 10S0 tous, Capt. Ira Bursley, will above, her regular day. For frc ight or passage, having excellent and superior accom modations, apply to the Captaiu on board, or to WOODHULL It MINTURN, 87 Sonth (treat. Price of passage $100. The Packet Ship Liverpool, 1150 ton?, Capt John Eldridge will Jiicceed the Hottingner, and sail ou her regular day, 2d of August. je26 ec LONDON LINE OF PACKETS? Packet ol the 1st of July.? The splendid and fast sailing Pack et Ship VICTORIA, Captain E. E. Morgan, will positively sail as above, her regular day. Having superior accommodations for cabin, second cabin, uid steerage passengers, persons about to embark for the old eountry, should make early application to W. ?t J. T. TAPSCOTT, je20 rrc 76 South street, corner Maiden Lane. FOR SALE, FREIGHT O R~C H ARTER? Th <? very fast sailing barque HOME, Captain Watts, built tin Baltimore one year since of the best materials. carries about 4,000 barrels, and has handsome accommodation!' for twenty passenaers. Apply to Captain Watts, ou board, at Pike street wliarl, or to E. K. COLLINS & CO. i 17 rc 56 South street. FOR LONDON ? Packet of the 1st July ? The splendid new packet ship VICTORIA, Captain Moi rjaii, will sail as above, her regular day. !? or passagi apply to J. HERDMAN, Jl8rc <1 South street. i FOR SALE? FREIGHT OR CHARTER? The ? very last sailing packet *hip, MISSISSIPPI. 650 tons -'milt in this city by Brown St Bell, *alted on the jtockv .uid reunited every year, live oak and ami locust top, live oak apron, seinson atern frame, and forward aud aftei cant frame* ? newly coppercd and in perfect order for a three years voyage? has accommodations for 26 passengers. Applj ou board at Orleans' wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINS Si Co., 56 South street. jnSin FOR ANTWERP? The splendid ship DEVON .SHIRK. Cart. , will meet with quick despatch ifoi the above port. 1 or passage, having handsome furnished accommodations foi cabin passengers, aud also for second cabin passengers in the house ou deck, apply to jv7 J. IIERDMAN. 61 South street. PASSAGE FOR HAMBURG? With Desi.atch ,The splendid new packet ship SlLAS HOLMES, __^_*Capt. C. C. Berry, will sail as above, and can very comlortably accommodate a limited number of of passengers in cabin and steerage. This ship having been built expressly for a New Orleans packet her accommodations are of the best and most costly description. Persona wishing tosecure berths should mak? early application on board, or to W. It J. T. TAP8COTT, mv96 " eorner Sonth ?tr?et and Maiden lane TO LET? Front rooms, furnished or unfurnished, suitable for any office, in the National Coffee House, 321 .Broadway. The proprietor respectfully informs his IrieuUs and the public that be has a pleasant establishment, in the vicinity of mercantile business. Billiards and other amuse ments iu the house; the jirice of billiards 1Z}? cents per game. The proprietor has a strict regard to the comlort of his visitors, and tnat be has combined economy the following price* will show:? A loom can be had as low as 25 cents per night and $1 per week. The porter will be iu attendance at all times during the night; any body who wants to coin* in at late hours will ring the hall bell. je20 3w*je TO LET? The NEW HOTEL, now finishing at Ho boken, immediately adjacent to the ferry? built iu mo dern style, <5 by 50 feet, three ?tories, with piazza on two sides, and containing 17 ioi?ms, with a wing 20 by 36 feet; two stories containing 7 rooms. This Heuse i* beautifully situated, commanding a fine view of ihe city and harbor of New York. For further particulars apply to James A. Stevens, Jr., at the office of the fiobokeu Laud and Improvement Company, at Hoboken. je20 2w*rc FINE FRENCH BOOTS for $3 50: City Made, and for style and durability they are equal to those sold for $5, it Young It Co's Imperial French Boot aud Shoe Manu facturing Depot, at No. 4 Ann street, oue of the most Fash ionable Boot Manufactories in this city. Fiue French Dress Boots, made to order, for (i 50; equal to those made in other stores for $6 and $7. Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, lie., nude to or der in the shortest notice. Mending, Sic., done in the store. Wm. M. Young It Co., Wholestle and Retail Manufacturers, No. 4 Ann street, New Yoii , near Broadway. WM. M. YOUNG, and jell Im'rc H. B. JONES. INFERIOR TO NONE AND 8U PERI OR TO MANY. BEAUTIFUL light White plain Summer Hau, price $2,75, which for beauty of finish cannot be surpassed. Also, Drab Beavert, Blue Brush and White Castor Hats, all of the lateit style. Also, Panama Hats, very low. C.KNOX, je 10 lm'rc 110 FultOQ st, between Willi.im anil Nassau MILLS, HATTER, 178 HRUADWAV, HOWARD HOTEL, tTI HAS now ready, an assortment of Summer Hats, to JP* which the attention of gentlemen is invited, at the fol lowing prices, vi* :? French Pearl (a new article) (4 00 Pearl Caasimere 3 50 White French (also a new article) 4 00 Smooth White Caitor 3 50 Alan, an assortment of Panama, Fine Palm Leaf, Bohemian, aud other Hats. snitabl* for the season. je!2 lm'rrc MILLS, 178 Broadway, Howard Hotel. _ R O W'E ' S VI SUPERIOR STYLE of Gentlemen*' Snmmer Hata are J^^well worthy the attention of thoie about supplyingthem selves with a pleasant, light and durable Summer Hat, possess Due the richness of a Leghorn, aud warrauted not to be affected by wet or damp weather. The assortment consists in part of, Pearl Cassimeres at f 3 50 Silver Pearl do 3 50 Smooth white Castor 4 00 Long nap white Rocky mountain Beaver 6 50 to I Together with au assortment of Panama aud Bohemian Straw Hata, all of the first quality aud most fashionable shape. ROWE, Sales Room 40 William it, my24 Im'rh Merchant*' Eichangv. MILLINERY AND DRESS MAKING. MRS. ROSE, No. 175 Walker .treet. New York, re ^^Uspectfully solicit** call from Ladie* wiahing any thing in the Millinery or Pre** Making line. je!4 Im'rh . LADIES' FASHIONABLE HATS. Uw, CARL KING, the well known and celebrated CBu first premium Straw Hat and Lace Neopolitan Manufacturer, 17 Division street, informs the public that his Straws and Lace Neapolitana are of a superior quality, and war ranted tu i clean, made in the most fashionable shape, called the Cottage (ii|i*ey. N.B-Lace Neapolitan Hats %& each. Milliners supplied by the case or dozen at reasonable price*, at the Lace Neapolitan Manufactory, 17 Division *treet. m28 lm?re CARL KING IMPORTATION OF WATCHES. ~ RECEIVED IVom Switzerland, by packet *hip Zurich, an assortment of Watrhea and Movements of every description and ef first quality, ready for the wholesale trade,' at moderate prices. DELAf I1AU8E Ii MAIRE, jn7 Im'rc No. 1ST Fulton atreet. New V'ork. HORTic ULTIRAL GARDENS, FLUSHING, LONG ISLAND, NEW YOUK. ,r? THE SUBSCRIBERS have now for sale a beautiful .^collection of Rose*, Azalias, Camellias, Pelargonium*, ^Rhododendron*, lie.,, embracing all the novelties of the season, grown in the best manner. Also, a select variety of Stove and Greenhouse Plant*. Strawberries, Raspberries snd Oral* Vines; Evergreens aud Flow. ring Shrubs, Herbaceous Plants, Dahlias, lie., he. m Catalogue* sent on application, post paid. Persons interested iu Horticultural all -i flairs are invited to visit the Gardens, Sunday* and 4th of July excepted. Having a large collection of Geraniums now in bloom, fhey will be sold very low, from three to four dollar* per dose* julO Jweod're VALH It CO. NOW LAWS HOTEL , At Harlem Klver. G1 EORGE NOWLAN respectfully returns his roost sin C cere thanks to his friends mid the public fur the liberal support which lie has received for the last tenyears, while Pro prietor of Prospect Hall, and begs leave to iuforot litem that he . has fitted up the large establishment at the termination of the Railroad, on this Maud, and on the Bank of the River, where i lie is prepared to furuiah visitors with Breakfasts, Dinners, 1 Teas, Suppers, and other refreshments, at the shortest notice. Good ground, and every accommodation for Military CompH niea. All the Railroad Car* land passenger*, in front of the Hotel for l!!>? cents, from tlie City tlall. jeX8 RAM^WtTuTs WASHINGTON HOUSE, I tiiiS Chestnut Street, , ABOVK SEVENTH STREET, NKXT TO THE MASONIC HALL, ? , . PHILADELPHIA. i, / Baths just introduced ? Warm and Cold ? tn line apart I menla? for botli ladies and Gentlemen. jt-28 lm'ec TRITON HOUSE] Glen Cove, Long Inland. THE SUBSCHIBER respectfully informs his friends aud the public, tlut he has improved and enlarged the "Tritou Hotel" Mt the head of the Steamboat Landing, and it is now thoroughly fitted up and ready fur tlie receptiou of Boardera. The situation of this establishment for the purpose of Salt Water Bathing, is amongst the most eligible on Long Island, as the lauds nttiched to the premises have a very extensive water front, aud a fiue Imach for swimmers. The out-buildings are new, and the Bar and Bowling Alley are entirely discon nected with the house. Having a farm of 30 acres appended to the Hotel property, the Subscriber can offer his friends the in ducements of a plentiful supply of good milk and butter, aud such other comforts as he trusts, together with his unremitted attentions to the wishes of his guests^ will render a residence at the "Triton House" extremely desirable. Horses and Carriages to hire. For terms, which will be moderate, apply to WILLIAM L. JONES, Triton House. Glen Core, Long Island, June 1, 1845. j24 1 w rc LONG BRANCH, NEW JERSEY, " BATH BUILDINGS," (rOHMKRI.r RKNtHAw'a.) THIS well-known and delightful sea b'thing establishment will be opened for the reception of visitors on and after the 2Mb June lust. The buildings have undergone a complete and thorough repair, aud no efforts will be spared to maintain the deservedly high reputation which this establishment has here tofore acquired. The price for boarding will be from $7 to 88 per week? chil dren and servants half-price. Vouug people, not requiring much room, will tind accommodating terips. The steamer Orus, Captain C. Price, from the Fulton market, will make a daily trip between New York aud Long Branch. Stages will lie iu readiness upon the arrival of the above boat at the Oc-iui House, to convey puiscugers immediately to Long Brtnch. JAMES GREEN, Proprietor. June 12, 1 84 J. jeI9 lm*m TROY HOUSE, 1ROY, N. Y. COLEMAN ft ROGERS, Proprietors.? This House, so long and favorably kuown to the travelling public, is uow 0|wn. A new story has been added and extensive alterations made; among which are the extension of the Dining-room, to aleugth of ninety feet, aud, by folding doors connecting, can be extended to one hundred and tnirty feet; thirty new parlors, with bed rooms attached: pleasant and airy rooms to the number of sixty have been added ? affording accommodations for 3O0 persons. ? The house has been painted and papered throughont. The cars for Boston, Buffalo and Saratoga, startfroin thi front of this house. It is also but a few steps from the steamboat landing. The proprietors trust, by their personal attention t o their bu siness and guests, to receive continued and increased patreuage. CHARLES S. COLEMAN, Late of the Astor House. CHARLES M. ROGERS, jn7 lm* rc Late of the Steamer Empire. WARREN HALL. No. 3 Warren street. THE SUBSCRIBERS having fitted the above house as a Hotel, in a style of comfort and convenience, for the ac commndatiou of citizens generally and visitors to the city, would respectfully solicit lor themselves a portion of. their pa tronage. Their larder will lie at all times well stocked with the best the markets can a/ford. The Wines, Liquors aniPSegars are of the best quality. The bedroom* neatly furiiishetU spacious and airy. While from its central location, being neairthe City Hall, and in the ceutre of business, it will afford great Inducement to those visiting the city. I. BRITTON, C. McCORKLE. N. B? The usnal relishes served up at all times. je7 lm'ec WILSON'S HOTEL AND DINING ROOM, 0 bold street, near Maiden Lane. COUNTRY MERCHANTS willliud this a desirable House, being convenient to the business p?rt of the city. This establishment is litted up with entirely nvw furniture. Good and substantial dinner, 18*4 cents, lodgings 25 cents. For con venience and comfort this house is equal to any hotel in the city, and at half the price. Permanent boarders can be accommodated on very reasonabla terms. All the delicacies of the seasou served up, as soon a* they arrive in m.irket, at half the price of other nouses. Elegant private p triors, for the referee cases, or private dinners or sup per parties. The very best of liquors. jui 3m*rc SHARON SPRINGS PAVILION, . SCHOHARIE COUNTY, NEW YORK. TIIK PUBLIC are respectfully informed that Mr. LAN DON, of Congress lfa.Il, Albany, has associated hiinsell with Mr. Ganliuer, and that this establishment will be con ducted by them. The Pavilion will be opened for (lie reception of visitors on the first day of June uert. The subscribers liave made many improvements in the gronuds and bathing-house, and pledge themselves to use their beat exertion* to reuder this establish ment fully bqual to any watering place iu this country. L. fc O. Stages will be in readine?s on the arrival of the cars at Cana joharie, to Uke passengers to the house. Mr. L. w ill, as heretofore, continue the Congress Hall, which will, during the summer, be under the superintendence of Mr. Joslin. my-29 lm*ec THE " WRIGHT" HOUSE, 81 IVimmu Street. WILLIAM WRIGHT, formerly of the Ram's Head, Fnl ton street, begs leave to mlorm his friends that may be unacquainted with the fact at a distance, as well a* those of the city, that he has o|H-ned a public establishment at SI Nassau street, ujKin a scale yf comfort that cannot be surpassed by any in the Union. His bar is furnished with the best of wines ol every class, Ale, Scotch Whiskey of the purest brands. Porter, and every- other article necessary for a well stocked bar. Inde pendent of which, he has two spleudid rooms, furnished, on the second lloor, tvecially adapted lor private ana public meetings, courts martial, or any general pur|K>se; besides which he has provided accommodation for permanent and trausient lodgers, in extensive and well vwntilated bedrooms, the furniture new and well assorted, and every attention will be paid to the arrange ments of the lodgers, a* well as the visiters of the "Retreat," on all occasions. WILLIAM WRIGHT, my 26 lin*pc 81 Nassau street. CATSKILL MOUNTAIN HOUSE. fpHIS well-known and delightfully situated Hotel, at the A Pine Orchard, is now open for the reception of visitors, un der the toper in tea oance of tbe subscriber, wbswiUMfMMl to extend a cordial welcome to the travelling public Stages run regularly; to and from the morning and eveuing boats, landing atCat.ikill. The House and premises have been materially im proved since the last season, and now present attractions unsur passed at any watering place iu tlie country. WM. 8COBIB. Jane 3d, ISIS. jui Iwrc IVILLIAMSB UROH COTTAGE. THE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform the citizen* ol New York, Brooklyn, Williamshurgh and ita vicinity, that they have recently opened the large and splendid mansion known as the WILLI AMSBURGH COTTAGE. and furnished at great expense for the accommodation of resi dents and strangers. The Cottage is eligibly situated, a few rods south of the Pock Slip Ferry, and convenient to the Houston and Urand street Ferries commanding a beautiful and extended view of the Bay, New York and Brooklyn. They have also at tached to the COTTAOE a large and splendid Garden, conve nient Promenades, Grass Platts, Shade Trees, fee., making a most delightful summer retort to while away a few hours amid the refreshing breezes of the Bay. Their MUSICAL CLOCK is richly worth a visit, being the best piece of mechanism of the kind that was ever imported to this country. It will play fifty different tunes with remarkable harmony and accuracy. The choicest variety ol refreshment will at all times be promptly furnished. N. B ? In connection with this establishment, they have WARM AND COLD SALT WATER BATHS? known u the Washington Baths. The water it at all times clear and purr. The Ferries run from Peck Slip, Grand street and Hous ton street every fifteen minutes. Ferriage four cents. myl?lm*ec HANDFIKLD fc HOEFT. NB.? Pnvste House of Refreshments by D. W. TELLKR, ? 106 Front street? Breakfast, Dinner and Supper. IsSd, each. Breakfast from tH until 9; dining hourt from a quarter before 12 until 3; Sapper from J until 8k o'clock. Alto, 26 Beds, all iu prime order. Lodgings 2} cts. All gentlemen wishing to aesort to a fiue cool dining apartment, will do well to call and satisfy themselves. The proprietor also keep* the old stand comer of Fulton snd Front streets; 7, ? and 9 Fulton Market, where he will continue to serve up all the delicacies of the season. Alto, Wiuet, Liquors, and Segars of all kiuds and of the choicest brands, direct from the importer*. in 17 lm-rh SEA BATHING LONG BRANCH/ NEW JERSEY. THE PROPRIETOR of the New York House, begs leave to inform the citizens of New York, and the public general ly, that his house it now open for the accommodation of board ers during the tnmmer season. The fare will he *ix dollar* per week, ana every attention will be pnid to their comfort and

pleasure. Good servant* will be in constant attendance. The tteamer Orit will leave New York eveiy day, from Ful ton Market tMip. end Stage* will be iu readinca* at the Ocean Home, to convev pataenger* to Long Branch. June 19, I0IJ. SAMUEL COOPER jelS (Sw'ee SEA BEACH HOTEL. * Iiong Branch, JN. J. HEALTH, RECREATION AN1) COMFORT TO INVALIDS AND ALL OTHERS. HHOWLAND & CO. have opened for the *ea*on ihi* ? well known Hotel at Long Branch, N. J., (kept last yeirhy J. Barclay It Co.,) so well patronized by the citizens of New York ?n<{ Philadelphia in past year* with great appro bation, and considered decidedly the moat comfortable Hotel and Sea Bathing establishment within a hundred mile* of either city. Visitor* and invalids will receive every attention from the proprietor*, who are now ready to enter into arrangement* with families for the season for board. The advantages of sea bathing daring the summer month* are apparent to all, and Lonq Branch furnithet every induce ment to families and individuals tor health, recreation and comfort. To the lovers of fishing, the vicinity of the Sea Ilass Banks affords great sport; and the gunning in th? neigh borhood is very fine. The Steamboat ORUS leavea Fulton Market wharf every day. For hours of leaving, see *dverti>em*.it of Steamer Orus in the Conrier and Enquirer. From the Ocean Home, passen gers are conveyed to the hotel. 6 miles, in good carriages. H. HOWLAND It CO., Proprietors of the Sea Beach Hotel. Long Branch, June 21, lW. je24 eodlin m I A V E H i'( >o I /( E NGLAJ^D) Bi >a rdi n ( ; liolJSK No. 70 Duke Street, (Formerly ihe ltesidence of Sir William Barton.) THK. MISSES PKHKINS respectfully ask I he patronage of families and gentlemen visiting Liverpool, for their e. tablishm cut, where they will meet with the commits ami sit ra tion of a private house. Reference ? H. Worrall fc Co., No. 2# Kim street, N Y' .a. jell Imeoil'rc NEW JERSEY HOTEL? ilORIUSTl A N. THE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform their ' nenc. and the public generally, that (he new and commodi. at house erected for a Hotel, at Morrittown. New Jersey, i* Open for the entertainment of all those who will favor them with their com pany, when they hope to furnish them such accommodations as to entitle them to public favor D. W. NOE, m25 Jtawrm'rc DAVID CRO WEL Baltimore. [Correspondence of the Herald.] Baltimore, June 28, 184o. S< cites on Ike I. tree at New Orleans ? River Navigation ? 1 Salon Rogue ? Cincinnati ? Pittsburg ? Crossing Jillc ghany Mountains ? Harjier's Ferry ? Baltimore ? Scene 1 in Railroad Depot - Theatricals ? Execution of Mc Cur ry ? Washington ? Polk's Urbanity and Buchanan's Man ners. Mr. Bennett- - 1 arrived here yesterday, aud feel very fatigued, after the long trip 1 have just made. Whilst I win in Havana, 1 saw the ex-President ot Mexico, Lopez de Santa Anna, who was about to sail soon, either for England or Vene zuela. The weather there was hot and business dull, and many of the slave traders were going about with long facea, in consequence of their vessels having been captured by John Bull. One of them, however, did not take it much to heart, as he still had his iron chest full ol doubloons. On leaving the Havana, I proceeded to New Orleans, that mammoth city for shipping, and there I saw somo of tho prettiest and largest vessels that ever float ed, and steamers that looked more like floating three sto ry houses going up and down tha river. On the Levee I could hear five different languages, * viz : English French, Spanish, Italian and (Jerman, all spoken at ouco. It was also crowded with hundreds of draya ge nerally driven by Irish gentlemen, who were carting about all sorts of produce. The inhabitants of New Or leans were leaving very faat for the north and the lakes, and among the rest 1 embarked myself on the steamer Fort Wayne, Capt. Scott, for Cincinnati. During our trip all of us passengers were well treated, the boat be ing both a good one and a fast %ailer, with a good table and a prudent and polite Captain. I wbb much pleased with the views on the Mississippi River as far as Baton Rogue, which place, particularly from its admirable situ ation, catches the eye of a traveller; but from there as far as Natchez, there is nothing lively The remainder of the towns on the river were passed in the night On coming alongside the quay at Cincinnati, I was much sur |>rised to seo so many steamboati and foundries. I took lodgings at the Broadway Hotel, and in the aftereoon went all round the city, and found the streets very wide and cleun, fine edifices, churches, &c. 4th street is the hundsomest street in the eitv. While in New Orleans 1 had been told thut I should find the Cincinuatians to be abolitionists; but I must hero use the French proverb? rendes a Cesar ce qui appurtient a Cesar ; for during my stay I found the people industrious, religious and charit able; and those mercantile men to whom I was introduc ed, all were of opinion that any interference with the laws of their sister States, would be highly prejudicial to heir own prosperity. Those who differ id this opinion are few, and men of neither common sense or responsi bility. From Cincinnati I proceeded to Pittsburg, which I found in ruins. It is a smoky place-indeed, too much so for a southern petit maitre to live in; so I passed on to Brownsville, on my way to which I saw many coal mines, and passed through many locks; from thence I took stage and cros&ed the Alleghany mountains 6,400 feet above the level of the sea, and arrived at Cumberland where I took a miserable breakfast, the coffee being merely hot water colored; from thence we took the cars and travelled at great speed to Harper's Ferry, a place wher? there are more hotels than private houses, and each h(5tel has a boy stationed at the door with a triangle which they use instead of a bell, to announce dinner and ns they all dine at ene hour, the effect of this infernal music is most surprising. From Harper's Kerry we pro ceeded to this place, where we arrived at fl P. M., and 011 entering the dejiot the cars of the passengers are assailed by the porters of all the hotels in Baltimore, crying "DJx & Foggs, sir?" "Barnum's sir?" ??Exchange, sir?" "T.utaw House, sir?" "National, sir/" " wheatjun.sirr' "U. States Hotel, sir P' This eager vociferation amusad me much, but I finally gare my checks to the porter of the latter hotel. I have visited tho city all over, and find it a lively clean one, well supplied with monuments, banks, hotels! churches, colleges, but only one theatre, and that not much patronized, being situated in an unpleasant part of the town. The fashionable place of amusement is the Museum, where Rice is now performing; and despite the warm weather he attracts crowded houses. The perfor mers, however, are none ofithe best, and as for the music, it is horrible. AH their best actors have gone North, and Mr. Owens, their best comic porformer, is sick. Miss Ludlow, having chasse and dechasse, they are short of an actress, and young Miss Gannon is obliged to perform in her place, and Miss Gertrude does her best for her, yet we want to see Miss Gannon dance. I will give every one his due, and have therefore left Mr. Walcott fer the last. Why ? because when day is over, what do we see when night comes ? A star ! Mrs. Russell is a good and pretty actress, but I would advise her to keep a little more serious; doing so she will give satisfaction. Yes terdny one half of the population went te see the execu tion of McCurry, w hich took place JO minutes before twelve o'clock. I also went in a carriage to see it. The prisoner knelt down on the gallow s between two Catho lic Priests, when the sheriff put the rope round his neck shook hands w ith him, let go the trap, and in a second he hung suspended for his crime. I have read his confes sion, but my opinion is the same as that of many others that he went to the other world with a lie in his mouth! I forgot to say that I never saw so many babies as they have in Baltimore. I have been all over the world and in the largest cities, but none can beat this one for babies; all round on every side you will see children as thick as musquitoes in New Orleans. To-day 1 went to Washington on business with the government, and saw the President, Mr. Tolk, who is most kind in his reception of strangers, putting them per fectly at their ease by his friendly manner. 1 afterwards sa w the Secretary of State, who has tho air of a despotic minister; he is very stiff, and whilst one is speaking to him he takes hold of a letter and reads. All my satisfaction from him was to have four words ? "How do you sirP' "1 don't know, sir." "You wiU know it, sir!" "And good bye sir ! !" What a difference between him and Mr. Calhoun as much as between day and night. I sincerely hope it will be the last time I shall have to see him. As it was. I had to dance attendance on him three days before 1 could obtain an interview, and then the above sentences were the result. One thing surprised me considerably, which was to see a t ig negro with a paper in his hand taking down gentlemen's names ; in fact, acting as aide de camp to the President; those who bribed him were allowed to enter first, nor are the white door-keepers at all behind the time in this matter. 1 heard that ,M. Korponay, the Polka dancer, had been engaged to go to Texas, with a s^ary of two thousand five hundred dollars per annum, as agent or something ol the kind to the German Emigrant Colony. 1 have nothing to say, except that 1 returned here from Washington this evening, and hope to leave for the north in a low days. They are making great preparations for the procession which will take place on Tuesday naxt. I shall stop to see it. Borden town. [Correspondence of the Herald.] Bullatjtordentoxon ? Princtt and Commoners. Bordentown, June 30, 1846. Mr. Bennett,? One of the great objects of Sam Houston, we be lieve, is to " revel in the halls of the Montezumas," but here at the north they are exceeding the fiery old hero of San Jacinto, for while he is endeavor ing to attain his views, they are revelling, if not in the halls of, at least in the company of the Buona partes. Friday night of last week is one that will be long remembered in Bordentown, as it was on that eveaing that a. most brilliant and fashionable ball was given by E. A. Stevens, Esq., the President of the Camden and Amboy Railroad Company, and which went ofl with the most decided (clot, lhe company was moat select, and numbered in all some titty person*. It took place in the large hull of the company, which was most appropriately de corated with ? nastic figures of every description. A most prominent ornament was a locomotive en gine, finely i>oli?lie<i and adorned. It must be re membered that ihe lioat is a widower; now whether this wits emblematic ot his go-aheadiveness in the matter ol wlectiim a second wife, or merely as a gentle hint to the company, that they might go it with a rush, we do not undertake to decide. It the first is the interpretation, we are of opinion that he stiowsd much taste in thus spreading a live prince as a trap to congregate all the beauty ol the State, that he might then leisurely make his choice, and it appearances are to he believed, we think that he has cast his handkerchief on a certain Princeton belle, to whom.he was very attentive during the evening. But to the ball: there were, present Prince de Mussig nano, otherwise the Prince Joseph Napoleon Huona parte, who you an. aware lately arrived here; Prince Lucien Murat and his lady; Mr. Lewis Mailliard, executor, ol the Buonaiwrte estate, and M. Adolph Mailliard, Ins son; Mr. Thompson, who ran tor Governor of the State durmg last election, and many ladies and gentlemen of distinction from Princeton, Trenton, and Philadelphia. The dancing commenced at ten o'clock, una whs kept up witn great spirit till early, or rather late next morning. The beautiful French dances that were performed by the foreign gentlemen, were the admiration of uie company, many of them being |>erfectly new to | us. The supper was really one of the most beauti ful displays of fancy eating that can be imagined. Three times was the table laid, and three times cleared; at eleven, half past one, and three o'clock, the guests renewed their attacks. The conquests that were made that evening, the soft words that were said, the pvnrtlt/ compliments that were paid, who shall describe them! I feel unequal t* the tusk; suffice it to say that after dancing all night, the com- . puny dis|>ersed the following morning, some to dread lh> attack of gout, some of dyBpcpsin, and * wi. ?voi nig to repair their hearts that had suffered in the fray. j J- 1 toiKR in C|UKLEsTorr. ? The Mntury of the 26<Ji iust., tiuys : " We are passing through the hot test June in the memory of man. It i? impossible to think, to ^>rk, to read? "till more io reit. Exposure to the sun ii at the risk ol life. We heard of a deatn yesterday from it, ami expect to hear of more. On Monday the thermo meter itood nt !W for scvoral hours, and was ahove flft" at sunset. New Orleana. [Correspondence of tho Ilerald.y Nkw Orleans, June I6,vtj5. This is a great day lor Texas ? for the UnitoA States ? for the world. The Congress of Texas ! meet to-day, and to-day Texas will be annexed to I the Union. The (light of the eagle is towards the west, and there it is he spreads his wings for free I dom. The Convention will meet in July to change the constitution and to adopt it to a state government, and her Senators and llepresentatives will take their seals .already pre|>ared in the Capitol at Wash ington, next winter. Texas will be represented in I Congress before Iowa ? think of that! Already the lines are chalked out (or three new States in Texas One comprising all east of the Colorado, beginning at the mouth, and running up the river to the 100" long., thence due north to Red River. This to be called Texas ? Washington on the Brassos the capi tal. 2d. All between the Colorado and Kio Bravo, following this last to the 34*-' iat.; thence to the west ern limits of Texas, to be called the State of Bexar, San Antonio the capital. 3d. The remaining portion to be called the State of Angostura, Santa Fe the capital. Thus you see the division forms three large and mii>ortant states, in lime to rival the great val ley of the west for wealth and wisdom, traffic and trade. San Antonio is to be made a military depot. It is the El Dorado of America, and will become i soon the resort of all nations, kindred and tongues. You have stood up boldly for Texas, may you have a branch of the Herald at San Antonio. Texas lands, with bona fide titles, are now in con siderable demand, and the treasury notes to-day have been sold at an advanced rate. It is new as certained beyond doubt, that the national debt does not exceed nix millions, and that it will be liquida ted soon after annexation. The treasury notes are mostly absorbed for taxes, customs, >icc., and being constantly in demand by emigrants and speculators, must soon rise to their par value. Each dollar of these will pay for anacre of land, while a portion of the nublic domain has been especially appropriated for their redemption. Hence they are more valuable just now than the bonds. But Texas is ours, in spite of all opposition, and her credit will be equal to any State of the Union. She is now the bright particu lar "Star" which is to teach the "wise men of the east" the value of the Union, and the importance of the good old rule, that "They may keep who have the power, And they may catch who can."' Emigration to Texas is increasing daily, and se veral loreign colonies are nearly filled. Maps and guide books are called for and studied bythousands, who now look earnestly to the promised land, since the " lone star" has merged itself in the glorious thirteen," and is to be forever protected by the stripes of the North. Apropos. A new book of Travels in Texas is forthcoming, by a Southern phy sician, not unknown to fame, ana who holds the pen of a ready writer. A friend who has seen the manuscript, says it will be one ol the most readable and popular books of the day, and line the pockets of your publishers, who are so lucky as to secure the copyright. The author intends to publish it simultaneously in New York and London. After Texas comes Oregon, and then California, while Mexico must bow down and kiss the rod that smites her. Nothing will save her but the restora tion of some foreign Prince or a Yankee Governor. She has vet to undergo the process of civilization and republicanism. Look out for important news ? events of great mo ment are hourly happening ne ir us, which are to govern Young America for ? aerations yet to come. Business here is oil the decline. All .who don't belong to the "Oan't-get-uwny Club," are moving as fast as wind and steam can take them ? some to the North, some to the East, and others to the baths and breezes of the mountain West. It is as hard to find honesty in a Millerite or virtue in an Abolition ist, as to find any local news of moment just now, in these hot and rainy davs of the Crescent city. We are shocked at the fearful disclosures of your immoral city of Gotham. Shame on your police. ? We shall be afraid to trust ourselves there this sum mer. Come hither, and take a lesson of comfort in our moral, and quiet, and safe city of New Orleans. Schoharie Court Housk Burnt. ? The Court house and jail of this county was totally destroyed by tire, which broke out about half paat 1 1 o'clock on Saturday cvenfctg last. It was set on tire by a prisoner who was confined in one of the prison rooms in the third story of the building, on a charge of stealing a wagon and harness in Sullivan county a few weeks since. Hi* name is William Burton, a young mail whose parents re side in this town. The prisoner tried to effect his escape by burning a hole through the door. Not having trie means of controlling the tire he had kindled, he became alarmed for his personal safety, and commenced pound ing the door, which was heard by sheriff Brown, whose residence is in the lower part of the building. Mr. B. on hearing tho noise instantly went up to the prisoner's room, when he found the door and the ceiling on fire. ? Not having the key of the door with him, he immediate ly returned below, woke up his family, and made an alarm. He returned to the prisoner's room, and with the assi?ti>nce of Mr. Lee, his brother-in-law, got him out and secured him. The alarm having now generally spread, our citizens hastened with alacrity to the scene of tho conflagration. By this time the flames had burst out of the roof, and were rapidly spreading into every part. To save the building now was hopeless, and every exer tion was now necessary to prevent the fire from extend ing to the adjacent buildings. This very fortunately, was affected after three or four hours exertions, in which our citi/.ens generally, and inhabitants in the vi cinity of etir village displayed groat coolness and energy in well directed efforts to prevent the farther destruction of property. But this could not have been eflected had there been a breath of air stirring. The principal part of Sheriff B.'i furniture, Sec. was saved. ? Scoharir Pa triot, June 30. Whale Fishery of America.? The article we published on Saturday, from the Newburyport Herald, in re-gard to the Whaling Fleet of the United States, we hare since ascertained was altogether too low (in estimate of the number of vessels engaged in the business ? the number of men employed ? and the quantity of oil imported. There are now over seven hundred vessels engaged in the whale fisher)- in the United States, which employ over twenty thousand men, and import, annually, about four hundred and twenty thousand barrels of oil, (150, (KM) sperm and 370,000 whale,) and two million and eight hundred thousand pounds of whalebone; which is valued at over eig'.t millions of dollars. There has been import ed into New i ondon, since the 31st of January, over six hundred and titty thousand dollars worth of oil and bone, about one third of which is distributed among the officers and crows? say two hundred and fifteen thousand dol lars. The New London whaling fleet now consist of 78 ves sels, 7 Laving been added to it this year, which places her second only to new Bedford. Nantucket has, hereto fore, bcon far ahead of New London in the whaling business, but we are now fast losing light of them, being about 1600 tons ahead. The largest and the smallest vessels engaged in the whale fishery in the world, both sail from this port, which fact is worthy of no small note. We believe the voyages of our ships will average favoi ably with those of any other whaling port, though we think boasting of the profits resulting from n particu lar voyage, is unwise, as persons unacquainted with the precariousness of the business, will be led to form ideas of its general profit which will not be sustained by facts, or warranted by results. We very seldom see a state ment of Uie lots on a voyage published; though perhaps our Nantucket friend might mako as large a story of that kind eut of the hut arrival there, as he aid out ot the pre vious good vo\ ages. ? Ntw London Sews, Junr 30. Mormon Patriarch. ? The Saints of Nauvoo have a vigilant and remorseless |<ersecutor in the editor of the H'armu ? Signal? Church or State, humbug or horse stealing, ho is equally down upon them. He says: "The Temple has be^n building lor nearly five years; and during that time, at least a million of dollars have been raised by tithings, from members of the church, yet scarcely any cash has been paid to the workmen on this structure. It has been but a gull-trap. The Nauvoo House has also been, and will hereafter be, the trap for the purpose of wringing f'rum the poor their substance for the aggrandizement of the selfish leaders of the church. But of all the ridiculous meuus resorted to by the leaders, to raise the wind, none will compare with the sale of the 1'atriarchal Blessings." "Bill Smith!" only think of the mantle of prophecy having fallen upon a " Bill !" The youngest brother of .loe has been called to the head of the church; and after the fashion of I'ope Lao, ho has advertised to dispose of indulgences? " blessings," Bill calls tliom. The Warsaw editor, after reviewing the Patriarchal invitation, adds the following : " N. B. ? Common blessings, SO cent*? Extraordinary blessings, >1? Children hall price? Women gratis." Theatricals, ?fcc. Notwithstanding the severe storm on Saturday evening last, the Concert given by Kendall's Brass Band at the National Theatre, Philadelphia, was attended by a large and fashionable audience. Augusta'Maywood, (now Mad. ) duughter of the lato mana^or of old Diurv in this city, and well known as a young and talented dansotise, to our readeri; has eloped from her husband in Kurgpe. So sayi the Pit aynne. Mrs. Mowatt drew ii wretched house at the Wul nut street thcatie, Philadelphia, on Friday night. Shad Fi81ii.no. ? We ought to have mentioned last week, that a number of line shad have been caught in the Croton river, near its mouth, in the course of the last month: and one man obtained by fishing one day at the Deep Hole, about forty full sized shad. It is somewiiat uncommon to see offered in our streets, this description of fUh as late a* the'JOth of June, but this has been the fact the present year. Wmtrhnfr Hrrald, Ju ly ?? To the Editor of the New \ork Heeald. In referring to the railroads of New England, un der the head of " Money Market," a few days since, you say that there are three roads designed to con nect Boston with Montreal, already in progress, ana y*>* arrange them, regarding their prospective pro ductiveness, as follows: ? 1st. Th? route via Fitchburg and Burlington, 2d. Th?* route via Concord. 3d. The toute via Portland. The last route, you remark, " is more direct and about one hundred miles nearer than the Fitchburg," but that the advantage of nearness and expedition may be more than counterbalanced by the superior ricnnesB of the country through which the first passes ; and that the light grades, and consequent relative cheapness of the second, will entitle it to the second place. .. ? , . These inferences follow very naturally from the premises", but you do not seem to have considered all the reasons upon which the friends of the seve ral enterprises base their calculations of success and profit. The " St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railroad Company" do not enter their road, (the third on yonr list) as a rival for the trade or travel between the two cities of Boston and Montreal, although, since nearness and ex|>edition are conceded to them, they will take the lion's *hare of it without strife. Nor do they predicate their expectations of profit upon the comparative fertility of the soil over which their road will pass. It is not, indeed, one of the Boston and Montreal Railroads that they are about to build ; it is the St. Lawrence and Atlantic Rail road ; a road connecting the inland and outland seas, not at Montreal and Boston, but at Montreal and Portland; a road which takes quiet possession of the two nearest points on the opposite sides ot a necessary portage, unites them with a right line, and laughs at the competition- of those who are ob liged to go round. . , The grand prize, for which this road will contend, lies beyonathe extremities of it* rails? the export and im port trade of the Canada*, the floating cargoes of two seas, converging to the natural highway, seeking an outlet and an inlet, by the shortest, quickest, safest 8na cheapest transit. Montreal is the ccutial emporium of the trade ot tnc Canada*, and this city is rapidly advancing to commer cial greatness. The navigation of the St. Lawrence, from thcnce to the sea, at all times difficult and hazard ous, is closed by the ice more than one half the year. Embarrassed by this natural embargo, this perpetually recurring half year non intercouse with Great Britain and hoi other colonies, the enterprising merchants of Montreal acquiesce in the necessity of obeying the sug gestive laws of trade, and, consequently, of providing an artificial outlet to the ocean. Now, sir, the merchants of Canada are not so childish as to desire to go to Boston because there are more houses there than at Portland, and as neither of these places if their market, surely they will have no other reason for preferring Boston as their shipping port, but most conclusive reasons why they should not. Will the Canadian trader, with his pork and flour and beef, destined for shipment, count tho distance of one'* hundred and thirty miles land carriago absolutely nothing I He must, if he goes to Boston ; for this is the difference in distance of the two ports from Montreal. A ship bound to Great Britain, if she sails from Boston or from Portland, will pass in sight of Cap# Sable, yet the distance to Montreal from Caue Sable, by the way of Portland, is near two hundred miles less than by the way of Boston. Here is an additicnal saving of a day's sail, which must also be reduced to zero, in the mind of the merchant, if he prefers to load his ship at Boston. It is aDsurd to suppose that this saving of dis tance, and consequent saving of time and money, will not decide the route of the commerce to and from the Canadas. Every thing else being equal, expedition alone will govern. Why is it that night steamers ply between New York and .Albany, and between New York and Bos ton, notwithstanding the appalling disasters that notun frcquently happen because it is dsu-k ? It is not that the owners will it. It is because the business community demand it ; because the merchant and traveller prefer to risk their necks rather than lose their time ; because they move and sleep at the same moment ; because, in other words, the night boats are, to them, more expedi tious. Expedition is the watchword of the thrifty tra I der ; expedition begot tho railroad system ; expedition : builds the railroad side by side with the canal ; out ex i pedition nover traverses the two sides of a right angle, ! when the velocity is the same along the hypothenuse. , Every thing el*e being equal, cheapness, the inevitable ' result of shortness, will determine it. Every thing also i being equal, u safer anchorage, a better and more eaaily j accessible harbor, and no pilotage, will decide the way. Cheapness, expedition, nearness, better harbor and no I pilotage, all uniting ou one route,*the.great?ernumber or 1 houses to look at, will hardly allure the practical mer chant and trader along the other 1 The greater niulti | tude ot house* did not lead away, to New York, the Bri . tish Mail Steamers, nor will the greater number retain I them, at Boston, when, by stopping at Portland, they | can transfer their mails to Montreal twenty -four hours 1 sooner, anil at about two-thirds the expense. I The St. Lawrence and Atlantic railroad company do not therefore " calculate" on dividing by thr'e, simply, the trade and travel betwoen Boston and Montreal.? . They embark in their enterprise with no dubious assur j ance that they will carry to the Atlantic coast ninety nine hundredths of all the surplus product* which flow j into Montreal, and from the Atlantic coast to Montreal, I a like proportion of the merchandise received in ex changa ; but they expect to arrive at the Atlantic coast ' more than one hundred miles short of the city of Boston. Moreover, the peopio of Portland " calculate," by virtue of this railroad to diminish, in the course of time, the dif ference in the number of houses between the two cities! I Boston may reach down along the road already comple , ted to Portland, for a portion of the domestic trade which arrives there from the direction of Montreal. She must go after it ; Porland will not be obliged to carry it to her; 1 but the commerce of the Canadas will go to *ea from Portland, as sure as there is a determinate law in trade ! Boston has stretched out her iron arms to all her neigh boring minor cities, and seems, all at once, to regard I with paternal fondness communities which have never known her paternal solicitude. Imperceptibly, unsus pected, she has constituted herself the imperious head ot a family of cities, more than one of which adopted chil I dren already feel* restive under the weight of her me : tallic paw. What they imagined was a fostering, Ira te ritol embrace, proves, in tho endurance, a "bruin ? hug," very affectionate, but verj exhausting ! Ot all the confiding daughters thus grappled with, Portland alone appears destined to wrestle and not fall, and she will owe her emancipation and future independence, not to her present strength, but to her unconquerable po tiition. The inhabitants of Montreal pledge themselves to pass over this road the first year after its completion, an amount of produce sufficient to yield an income to the com|iany of at least $275,000; which pledge being re ! deemed, the company will pledge themselves, in turn, to pay to the owners of stock seven and one-halt per cent at the end of the same year. Dear Sir? Will you call public attention to the nuisance on board trie North River bouts to Albany, and packets on the canal, lee. in the boot blacking department. We boast of being a free people, and not to be taxed without the consent of at least those who legally represent us. On the North River boats, however, and on the line of canal, the tax on leather is 12fc per cent ad valorem, and a regular runUmiai-y duty imposed without leave or license, by a set of har pies, or darkies, who wield a brusn and are versed in the mysteries of paste and liquid blacking. If ut each trip of a boat thirty or forty dollars can be made, it of course is a very desirable thine that all the booty ? boots. I mean? should be collected to cxact the tax. Place them where you nlease ? con ceal them as best you may ? over your head on the shelf in your berth ; or it, dreading the night mare, and wishing to ride it booted and spurred, you sleep with them on your feet, you are certain to hnd them gone in the morning, and obliged to redeem them by the payment of a shilling, or consent to be abus ed like a pickpocket. When a man wishes a ser vice performed he is willing to pay for it; but to be obliged to give payment, even the most trifling, or be subject to annoyances, ib a matter which requires correction. Considering it a subject of some im portance to the public, please favor me so far as to give it your attention? and by so doing yon will pre vent some of the " tricks on travellers." Lunatic Asylum, Black wztx' Isi.and, > fun.- ?, 1*46. 5 1>ear Sir: ? In your paper of to-day, the rrport of the escape of four lunatics from this Institution, with a quantity of clothing, is incorrect. They were prisoners from the Penitentiary, employed as servants at the Asyluin. A correction of the error would Much oblige, yours, Arc., Edmund Stiwakt, M. D., Asst. Phy'n. New Jersey Episcopal Skmivary. ? The Epis copal Theological Seminary had its annual session on Wednesday evening. A motion to remove Dr. On derdonk from a Professorship in the institution, wan vei v speedily laid on the table. Certain minutes ol' the intui tu tion relating to the conduct of the student* who hail withdrawn or been disaaitaed the last year, were not per mitted to be published by avote of 43 to H. Two vacan cies in the Hoard were Ailed by the election of the Rev. Mr. Price and J. W. Mitchell. On Friday Bishop Doane preached the sermon. The Diplomas and address were delivered by Bishop Hopkins, of Vermont. A lew- of the graduates have proceedod to Hartford to be ordained by Bishop Brownell. Sermon on the occasion to bo preached by Dr. Wainwright. Atn meeting of the Trus tees of the Seminary, the Rev. Mr. Price was elected to supply tho place of Dr. Milnor, ami John W. Mitchell, Ksq ., in the place of the late Thomas Ludlow Ogden.? fife work Jidr., June 30. Military. ? Company K, Si Regiment U.S. Artil lery, under the command of 1st Lieut. Braxton Bragg, accompanied hy 1st Lieut. tJeorge H. Thorns* and brevet Jd Lieut. D. II. Hill, left this port yesterday, on board the brig Hayne, Captain Trescot, destined lor New Orleans. . Their ultimate destination Is not known, further order* will be in waiting on their arrival there. They were es corted to the place of embarcation by the remaining: three companies of the regiment at Vort VfMttlfe - Charlfttan Ctmritr, Junt iM.