New-York commercial advertiser

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Title:
New-York commercial advertiser
Uniform Title:
New-York commercial advertiser (New York, N.Y. 1831)
Alternate title:
New York commercial advertiser
Physical Description:
59 v. : ; 66 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Francis Hall & Co.
Place of Publication:
New York N.Y
Creation Date:
June 18, 1835
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates:
40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Available on microfilm from the New York Public Library.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Jan. 3, 1831-Aug. 31, 1889.
General Note:
Publishers: John B. Hall and Francis Hall, 1844-<1853>; Francis Hall & Co., <1855-1863>; Commercial Advertiser Assn., <1864-1876>.
Funding:
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 11512345
lccn - sn 84031981
System ID:
UF00073665:00002

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Preceded by:
Commercial advertiser (New York, N.Y. : 1809)
Preceded by:
New York times and evening star (New York, N.Y. : Daily)
Succeeded by:
Commercial advertiser (New York, N.Y. : 1889)

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iOn, and do all he could in tiaf;avor,--- -- --- odosubsintalm w
lot alb by l
Mr. Barmovn resumed. The gentleman spoke of remaieaon ond
tMuaoentiments of New York, whloh he had some- sausesand It
Where collected, and which he prosamed to know Lbheriand andOf
ptenisIn the best ma
better than the people themelvseys. The gentleman ifderp.b
deelaned there wasi very little feeling there on
--g"--tO-"thei9-sideo.__ rouiesaonane. a s-e
siubeof a mint, except during election times, and e The baesas e r bui lto
eae then it was cared little about. Now h (lSey- .esaehcnsialNiD
meor) professed to know sOmeLhbig of the senti-. d, .nameO.al Corice
..liloidw l.. as o,,ts a, u y lootres styles plo
meat of thatatale and city. Hehad-noWallitret .
Interest. Be resided further from the city of -w ePortien of the purcesse
base. it dmsired. Macc en-unow ray te hostao
York than the gentleman from Philadelphia. Hoe crt. fa
did not believe there were a dozen respectable mer TnEDAT. Jan.5.
snts who understood the ommercial interests- lr ato.em or i ir
the Northern part ol the country who did not cof- outhweat cprnem of Wo
side in the opinion that a mint should be established d Wa ia ave
hoare, They deea I& to hessentLial to the commerce Su
of the otniry, and that it should be located In he m o er
eat centre o'of American commerce. NeW York ahe beat!pr
a. e sak to deprive Philadelphia of he pme btd ,r, gas.
of pime'eab, taghted sitr, gas.an mia
mint nther. Let it be the chief mit, as it was de Jyto and frm tCr
signed to be. All New York as" is that the1 i,,- ,.andt coa imdAtg atr- d
emomeree shall not be negleOted in that quarter aendomlenid nohbarmardImX
In conclusion, he earnestly pressed the establishment asd pace. al U th
11to years ins. bitt on Washgion a
f a branch mint showing the noeie sty for it by ,early ren t f ,e d,
rlmou faustand arguments, when the morning I pisre. wit .ea- the ow.
hur expired, easorner of wa5utgto lanaPoinaic.
On motion of Mr. Honarota it was agreed to soni- o,,venintoabe leaseSdl
der business on th Speakers tabl
The asAas laid before the body the annual fl- enL Oftheperse
nalcial report of the Secrery of the Tr.R... iMgt desire.
which. WA referred to ary resury, reds a the o e of the
the committee so wa nAand ss4 Wadetras. N. ie ofMsrs
seanJ. ... r .., Brookl
Several SBate amendments to Uouse bills were
soecurred in. A. ,m. 5aam,. auuonmm.
osnmotion of Mr. Coaa, the committee
printing were instruted to inquira ino the e- ans ac
and lot.containing all the m
pediency of ordering the printing snd QWnding of the
seventh census al d Its ost par under h
est-ablished for the Dublic printer, u aid the ma rars-Lis
proper to be pblisd n t theLommitte e re atndo. d
atn M early day. Thes resolution iais ami.t poesD tee r
r.~h td thence~rs Resorts: Engliebemn
braddin nd whether saild work a be printe-d ots. Admiry Re
sio-- >-.L .. ..Li1 } -- "1 1"P",t~d ePOrt. Adumtrlir uepornai
ca YBper rates elanewbere," and adopted. letLa LIndice s. Laws. Lrr
Mr. WAiU raisedaqueastion tJhat teFrench Spo-,, m 7 y valuable Sli
IH6t10 bil Was InoL the unfinished b-w on t hest
owt O oen. Othe ()&L a.ohae will be
l ttI .andread the sr-le in support of his o i
sTahem r overraled the nqestiondee-:mg.t"he de.hIron
bill belonged to the ninth classof business. wl be rerd d
M. WainL appealed from the dooils aPlDcP o J
,Mr. D e ioe he nrolve itself ito DomsPIA.. i K o
itt.o te Who leo tlh"Siate of the Unio, butl-nmente-A tar easioesor
aso5 oslacknd
noio failed. Teas 69D-Nys 10 oao Bk ebra
.. YsMAiAmoaed to lay Mr. Walsh'. appeal rt vailety of ahoo andl
Ostalognie
&1111b1LB EatoM
"* ".B WYORK
nh. Potil oforder was talked about and the ppeal -rceo
S- tha rle -A sa-g h C- --" sB appeal oorui A 00g
i Ue.u to.:._ .*. "M..- ,*' *rotoupe PlatesBla
nlSoalte bill to prohibit public exec loi in the teer nde sal.
ionas. h e aeoaenod at the
isislet fGolusubia -taken a Ii-dIarssfoelhe e
.-. MIS it-.no t 'ef, l. Negaved 40 w-Januey.IenaStaUn twhe
-- -t,-'- um.e
ash advances we be made on
That th bill be referred _____- -C" ?.
Io thpenly -. t.si5Smy, with listructiuon is s Roo e acni
itddown. 1eaeLYsiaati& CCO.as
Klsed byS7 98 1 3.t 1t77 "a879 BaniWAAl .
1 hi^SlS^t haon s aeo Dck s,aitivgstoths
Slade message etn given s Atlo toe a es ofu-
ass tilng orit resolutions of enarlon msLoraltoOfr
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Wj~aiH-Conduct of. the l flialn
- ..- d it was dniti
Mr. Rs moved that the bill reported by. the ter.___It
liata.ealcomemitteefor harlroadIto thePeacieer, ere
A &oaPefo rti t hrealdeit a bearin
.gla lic.toohaideeorffve. Agredtto. hadi
is newsy affecs r.O-iiiebillwhieh, Mr. S r em
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The 4ets laid beo4 -- Senate a oommUnimtioon | trovery
theTrearytioletangusaettoseutofaocoents ws m. poe Ta
1 P mee ass me. .th a ss a ; a l a m es sage from Er .Joa es (t on h
idenite..'' reatSto l d I da ismotion, as. the friends Mr.eOPr
I Vaikrlsiho isrFlerida Indians
in m In t m Hews El yesterday,) wbioh were both iMr STaMLT id be
The Facis rail read bill ws than taken up.! blame there was isrib-lb
esr i s nhis sm.ome. s a so as to con. AdmnisiatrloIa
thismUenT sfhe eisatrs tetitgiBns9f the roadt. Mr. Polk toIwlthdrv1 i
Point Otn'"e l i river to abbvo r. Fr Potrpe
the, "n9ate lim i i.r..wa ew- auf Missouri, I difficullies which i
litrsupper.f It.eMr. Bavarpexpressedrhimself in favorst. z
oMlow.ehis willingness t hd c m et Pdtoithed oe
SWne cessarymsmte ra, survey of the country /
.- i ppertedt the ethe.dmet .
Ill. tla ehtdtathea4Oeet aIdLtmi m-L t e" 4a n n
Bosun of InrllHvaaPacket. fralollETm "
ass three c4dres-adtheOioaad"breahilren.
Rn o Bn i, -w t' hPgS. ed.as tnnr
fM'tAa s l t D.'hafat t moed that the bill P Tnthe stesmiap ln s
tmtaotav ne.lts-fr"e__.. ..IIGI Mr a a e If.r'imGn Mrs Halhand2cll e
tepy,, o .v!or"nstalu e s ion. Agreed to, rs Pendie 0D. i rs. Ca
Fee.,emuaysl' .',.. ni nan. tliHorns, eL..DM.an'co
yeM. ; .. ,*'l.. Mrs.* e-pr Mrsn"s H De cker. D ak e
r.W S s&Said thes iraifM but 41 Seonaototrs es .r e a. A.l J. art
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Se ad..e h eduvsO llY 5 W Rsi 'thePnfld. I I Mr. SBeeerd-J. MrCoT
wbe outs.a OBaa d t'W cr eer O b t B I er. A .u, h J C. e
%n5'ar. r -ucknowe to the ? r ig A Aohai a o
rusles o~f theBe
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Ms[ediaWecutitecitslea'was Impr tontedesired Mr sir'eOu; rsh: rt' aw
X C .Bro weLa nd l ee. S Jara ctp A i
On861111h1 e full: slsrsprfore movedehalirt iJames VesteD UJo ct eaeWoV
L L ol S & oe u Ol.ays. r .9"6, *- el.-A. Rivet:;G A. Wrlh
lnt .riUg a oni 0 the .-motion', o A lma i ntdo i f fd Dviy : D B ke: Mr.NI.
ooti Mr..aCt-cam:ted p -b e Ir, / .H r n'-. r
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PUBLIC
Busv H. LeND
Bl HKPIH H L
PaeLs Boos No B Wete
HENRY H. LENDS wil glve"-hb
ir Real state. BStcks. i,. a4
to ialev of Household Puritftis
all which are re.p
THEiUaDAY
At Is o'clock, at No. &I Tenth
glraaLt Houseboldfurniiura
Lsukin Ee w.n I sbtoaLt ratur
fs. largelbsiooriment fturosur
A Meek, In ue but a .her-time
pietp. rbh parlor suits of roiew
ciared broc de. crustron aLnd
taceatelle: la'sre nier glasses
,d brackie. relaborately carv
bullet, large mat be vanee on
InOUOe and flures. rosiy mar
S; roestwood bookcase and s
hivb. beatitfuty carvred cuntr
amd coloornea. a Echardibers a
of valuable paintings. In l ia
ianofi rues. opal and crimson
b-srocm furniture. cenibleiina
op-r Lbi carved rosewor.d bed
Ct.lc tar ed iosi'iero
AlSo, rt.:ly carved rustwood
natitrasses and beddinf togseth
ic
fale to commence wi
Can be ezsbmien one
OKIL. B asoDR
BV ANDItEWis
us ro, AcOTisN UMAW, 539 BB
au
ANDREWS A HAUGOEI wii l gl
o sales of Furnitcre at priate
urnlture.fancy goods. paint
merciandtl generally : an d woi
all kind,, and cater themselves
ifactIon tom those who co
A J. WAsBI
BY COFFIN s
,ois NON. 57
AT PR[V
Canrilngs-0 iif the
A. T. ON5
BY HAGGERTY,
BTOSR 4i WILLIL ..
TUBS3DAY.
At t0 o'clock. at
First Resular Pckag
Ju cues prin
0Iii co sheeting lin
ft do Turkey red goods.
61) do new
I&- do*American 0oods. eonsl
satinets stripes,
96 do casLmmeres asorte
Ctialoguea and sample

SAILING OFP THE O
FROM UNir
Psnr Lu ta
Pecne......... New York....L
Arat.a .. ........New lii....
Wabhintion. .. N.w VeW .r
Beimao... ... New York...
Black Warstor .. New V k.
TO AR
Andes ............Liverpool...
CUy of Glasgow..Liverpool....
Rermann....Southamnton.N
Nlavara..........Liverpol...
Arira........... Liverpool..
Arctic:n.......I....ivroeool..,.N
COMMRaOAL AD~aga
coxue11Aacs
MI ARIN
ORT OF
FRIDAY AFTRNO
CLEA
Feferd A terAson-Ship B
J. 1
Ship Masri-aLittle, Rio Janeir
te
Bark Elizabeth Means. Pi-r
Brig Helea. Brt B mltL U
irug African. h De.neCie'i
Dlg Byron Arthur. kw Os
Brie Smma Prinees. Bartlett
Bchr Maria roe. Wooser. A
t
Steamer Delaware Seymuur.
Propeller VTolcan. Hand,
ARRIVED LA
BUis Winthrop. Oromell from
tides.tobcri.eAe. to Everetl
ort. The W. h as been 18 day
ot. dO miles 8 of Barnegt. t
ilnee whlch time has experi
sales.Ed was blown as lfr
hae ime of the sale saw a lar
Bel ba
Brig Ade-laide. (of NBSaven )
ccrn and flour.
fPehbr Mary B Knapp. (lot Pn
len. BL.Drommo. Dee. a7th, wli
cgwood to P. Iden L-, Br
iBardoes for New. York about
M I K.h-s experienced he
coast.lrt Ltulwarks. Piii ail
telLh inl. and blown off. C
by at Cap
BAILUD-Stesamshlpf, Oho. H
hrm. tais, dot Northern Llgt
Perrilston. Matanzas; Colu
DISASTI
The hull of barque Forest Pr
tide i-t Nantucket, was sold
I he t.isance of the cargo in
r
The raio. rigging, and other
Ol(.utcester, wrickee on Lon
htded upon the beechb,and a
hipniat to Gloucester. Some
ire aiso upon the beach
The ship James WriAlsht. Clerk
he f.ih Inst for Liverpool with
le tie on the 9thorrerairsa.
nsee from a collieflon between
Jacsien.on the night of the 7
Isd. withthe ship Jas Wrigh
blac with the J P Whitney.
Lad HIomes,doiDginjgrytonth
any. ascending. aod the Jeme
insaland. descending. The d
ulet considerable time to rep
ri er at the time t
Upon schr E ,a.of N NeJtf.s.a
eD infoKPRi We.it by wrkchera,
hoarded. which i, riot taid in
Homeland eta rwads y to ay the
aE i(d the it ithe rioprry it
in Sppeal t t Ionise, be
>n Ii eqatS I fTtn~ri. re ii
ifn hasc1fd oD itT.wi
FOREIGN
A Fejee Islands June 14. ba
b a5it., It ea; sch Th
6id from Muscat Oct 27., ba
Zanz
tact
Arr at ZsariZ aibar Oct. 3, bar
C otk via Cape Town, CG. li
ohn, man
Arr at Havana 15th, inest Lou
IC: Saras. BigleryBuston. D
CardenaM :Adams Gray, Henry
harletton.:Motte. Knight, Oar
Edward. Mart
CIn at St. John. NB 14th Inst
ehr Harriett Newe
SPOKE
.Jan. 14, by pilot boat H. It. Ha
St do fm Mal
Jan 9. lat .6, olen 70, sh Char
a a ilch Islands,. bo
Jan. 1. at anchor off Bunner
Jotn --, (perhaps the John
tancaa 7th. or the Jobn Wesl
DOMEISTI
New Orleanw-Arr.1lth inst,
barque P. R Haselton. Cotterel
lTav
(Id 13th, shlps Caroline & M
tre siine. (Bremen) iriedrieh
But iaventura. i(pan.)Miltet,
FIa6tr., New York:; Fdgar, fen
yer. New York Justinae, Black
l.rR Calvertd Hudkiiah, Baltim
Tamni
e.atannah-Arr 16thinos. brig
br& MUitchell. New Orleans:
Yr ik : Ruth Halsey. Hudson,
Providence. Enchsan
Oil lath. barques Lucinotd S
born, SijagS de Cuba, brigs O
Ir-ut klxaii, Golder. New York;
cer.Trader. New York; Lucret
Toothuker, Boston: Lamartine
htilade
t bsrsoiln--Arr lth last, s
BOston: Mary A Louisa,
Cld 18th. ship Gondar. Hars
Ploenmer
It Ulnstaoso N. .C,-Arr 17th
Grtenport. LI; brigs Nancy P
tsie.n Atkinson
Arr 18th, brig Wm T, Dugan,
E-:ui.i8eull.do: Seam M. You
Ci.i ITchbrigsMaria I Wild
merman, Hull: sachr Luce
CMt 1tth. brier David DuffeL.
eGD. fiat
Noilolk,-Arr 16th inst. Mar
R. Smith. K.lly, eNantnckaet;
La. b New York; Hondura. Cross-.
tins. Provincetown; C. L Uro
Stew Yr.
Artc ith. cohra B LePeek,
wards. Provldence; Wiiisni,
stead. Gloucesterm Oourt
Bal Imorc pilot scat Fashion,
ton Reads, barque Almah,
S hli TcomasJefferson, Saun
Chijadelphis. with iosf ofaU
anri ,or.mast hoops,
citemmehips B. Franklin, Mat
bound to New York; put In sh
beavy weather for
Ae aerr echri Sarah, Moore,
Ncw
l Cid I~tlsbrltsYbncennes. He
Jates.,Meyp
AleJrxnndrUsl.--Od 18th Inst.
Balilmore-Arr 10th, lust, s
Saw
steamer Georgia, Cacnon. N
off Ae Dapolls Road
Cia Seth,. barques Osamore.
MorrLion, Gabet, Rio dejaneire
se-breLoehe, Stephens. Bost


CO1IU ERCIAL ADVERTISER. tio seaports
____ _- Orlea to be receivable on
SE LT ofMiesico ;and all
E iJR.fi n the Atlantic and Wee
or TUE lSKCR/rfV OF toIB TrKastit. of the b
Sput in operation, shall be r
[coNrLuDaDn.] Lo
MINT. Ifl the
The operations of the minot, particularly at Phlla.
delphia,at whieb point bthe greater portion of all go
dust and bullion concentrates for esay and coinage.
have been conducted with a remarkable degree of
promptness and despatch, such as to remitwe all wii
cause of complaint on the partof depoittor, notwith-
stbinding the enormous amounts of gold dust which
have been and still continue to be ree
institu
The coinage at the Mint for the year ending Mist
December. 1852.,wax as followswo
Go,d-6.ti,5 Plei es of the value of ....e. eol
N ver-27.-s )MIkM icTs........ .............. 847.41l
Lopver-l5.i 094 pleces.. ....................... bi.U1 l
Toial ..a........................ t .i0L i -- i
The fullreturnsor the last quarter of bthe year
have not been received from the branch mints, but
the probable amount of their oolnve will be about
$4 8i00,,,Ai, of which the proporlidn at the brano
mint at New Orleans will be $8,8,i,,'i)0, and the r
mainder about equally divided between the branch
at Charlotte, North Carolina, and Diblonega, Georgia.
In accordance with the eact of lait session, propo.-
sale have been invited by public atverisement, both
here and in California, fir the erection of a mint a
San Francisco, in accordance with plans prepared
with great cate under the direction of this Depart-
meat. I, however, have great d
proposals will or can be made for the erection of a
suitable building, and the supply of the needful ma-
chinery, for the sum of S800,u0l, to which amount
Congiees has restricted the expenditure, including th
both of these objects. fort harbo
Even, however, should propoals be made which Ch
would be s&iafactory, and could Pe accepLed br the
Department, no progress would be made with the c
work until Congress authoriteathe purchase of a o
site, and makes needful approliationL therefor, as,
from the beat information now $ poesessionof the
Department, none of the Dubli*servees in that city
afford proper and eligible locatiois for thisbtiidin
By ithe act of the 3ijlh Septelber, I lit, making
eppropinations f..r the civil and diplomatic eripensaoi
01 Goerrnment for the Year ending ihe u1Jh of June,
iteli, Congress authorized the ippoiniment of an o
United States assayer f.r Califrnsa. and directed a
contract to be made by thiLs Dep
proprietor ufsome well established a.saying works,
for asiaj aiggold and forming it Pla hiare and ingots,
under the supervisLion of the assayer. A cntraol ve
was concluded, and ample aecurily required for its
la.ihful performance ; and the cuntractola were limit
ed in their charges for the services rendered by a
them to the rate bied by the Legislature uf Califor
nia in is6ablibhing d state assay ifiSce. ofC
The department was induced, With a view to fur. l
nish, su faras itLhad the p.-wer, a safe and eoove
nient currency to the people of California, to author-
ize the receipt of the Issluesof the assay office thu
eslablished for public dues, especially aa they have
ell thie essential requisites of cola, and as this
believed to be the object of Cungrass. do
The general appropriation act uf the last session
contained a provision by which the further receipt
of these issues was prohibited, and io ob
thereto the instructions under which they had been
received were revoked ton and Mobile
The department has reason to believe, from peal-
tions addressed to it by public meeting of the mar
cent loi San Francisco,and frominnformation recei-
ed through other reliabb sources, that much icon. c
venience and embarrassment has resulted from this
legislation. It remains with Congress, however, to
say what relief shall be extended, and the subject i
submitted to their consideration. lnr
The inconvenience arising from the scarcity of sil
ver coinage still continue, and to suoh an extent as
calls loudly for some ltegiSative action to remedy
the evil. Whether the resent premium which si[-.
ver bears, in comparison with gold, arises from the
continued heavy influx af the latter and its conse-
quent depreciated value, or from a special and unu. -
aual demand in Europe for silver, or frem both
causes combined, is notl ery material to discuss a
present; for if itarise from either or both of these
causes, there is no leasson for believing that there is
any present prospect of either being removed s
to create any reduction in the value ol silver
Tf, ax I believe is the fect, this d ferenee in the
relative value of the two mnatala arises from the im
mense and increased supply of gold which has been
furnished from California and Australia, there can
be but little doubt such difference will continue to
increase, as there is no present indication that there
will be a reduced supply from those sources, but,
On the contrary, every prc.pect of a still further
increase. the fair re .oitanF
This state of thin-s has bbiiLed almost entirely ha
from circulation alt silver coin of full weight, and
what little remains in the hands of the community wa
consist principally of the worn pieces of Spanish
coinage cof the fracLtonal parts it a doll.ir, all o
which are of I;ght weight, and many of them ten g
to twenty per cent. below their niiunal value.
1 see no rtmedy for this greatly existing evil but c
the adoption of'the principle embraced in the bill
which fasied the Senate dur
making a new issue of sriver coinagi-, of such re-
duced weighbi as will allow it to crcul.te With the ofi
gold cottage of estlablisbed weight and fineness. v
The pricipal objection which has been urged rapi
against the proposed new silver coinage is. thatit
po9id % WihuuLa ,iulatioi0 of Contracts, be ma
a legal lender for the payment of debts, and that po
g.rid would therefore hereafter be the only legal
feeder. tude end longitude o
It is true that heretofore the laws of the United
States have recognized the corn o either metal as a
.ic&i. cJ.Je, end if 11t w .. .. .:...- r .. -ui
lor to select which he would receive, there would
boea very serious objeceit Lo changing either the
weight oc standard Oneness of iny pmionr of the
coin. But this is not the fact, as it rests with th
debtor to say with which description of coin he will
pay his debts, and the natural and inevitable conse-
quences of the premium which silver now bear
have been to establish, practically, gold as the onl
legal tender. Nor can any legal or equitable oh.- o
jectioa be advanced to continuing gold as a legal ten
dcCr, as it is not proposed In reduce either the weight
or the fineness of that description of coin, so that
every creditor will continue to receive precisely
same quantity of gold for any given sum, as at the b
time he may have made his contract. Nor does the For
present or any future increased depreciation in th
value of gold form any just reason against its be-
ing continued as a legal tender, at its present weigh
and fineness, for such depreciation in its actualva
lue, if not in its relative one as regards si
been progresing gradually for some centuries, and
all that can be said is, that the depreciation is more
rapid at this time than formerly, and it ia but a na-
tural result of the uncertainty and want of stability
in human affairs. to dtermine the pr
In the present state of things, as connected with b
this subject, not only the public service, but also th
wants and convenience of the entire community, ti
require that some measure should be adopted to fur
nish a silver currency, and the subject is, therefore
respectfully but earnestly recommended to the w
prompt attention of Congress. de
I would again call the attention of Con'reas to) the
subject i.f making tmit ceri ttlaeate. c:,svale i al
dues to the (CoverSdhent, and dispesing with the m
present bullion fund, wbichliaimeltanoed at an an-
nual expense of from *iiju0 to lt'j,>,i0i), which
might be saved in interest by the application of that
fund to the redettopitin of the public debt,besiies the
great advantages to Ihe businesscnmimuty and the
general trade of the country,lw Ibrowing the amount
of that fund into circulation, instead of keeping
constantly as dead capital in Ibe vauls of the minl.
The amount of the bnllioilfund during the last va
year has been nearly! $7,000,00, and it has been ap-
plied to the immediate redemption of mint certin-
catee, so soon as the deposits of gold dust were as.
aesed and their value ascertained, which has gene-
rally been in from twenty-four to forty-eight hours C
after such deposits were mnds, and the bhalion fund S
was then made good so sron as such essayed gold ab
could be workedinto coin, to he again employed in
the redemption of certificates, treme
The plan which the department would recommend hIe
would be, to issue certificates under the
of Congress, to be duly ntared and sig
the Treasury, to the needfil amount, say six or sa-
yen millions of dullars, in sumasfi..,,, 4,,,v, *1000o
$6000, and $lU,i.ii) each, payable tl. the order ofthe
treasurer of the mint, to be dstithuted to due pro- e
portions to the mint and its respective branches; tw
and so soon as any deposit of gold bullion was as- h
seayed and ita value ascertlined, to pay the amount
to the depoeiir in the hb.jve ceritticte's, except th
fractional part of $1),,r, which would always he paid
in coin. 'Iebe sscertiraics bhing receivable in p
meat of dues to ihe United States, would at all


few
istenlemton-In port 13th aIn
Pr-noi
'Frovldes ee-Arr 18th Inst.
OIceoia, New-York: sohr ProvT
New York; 0 Cha
bid 10,h int. brig Bound Pon
sloo Americ
Bristol-Arr 18th inst. sloop
New
Bid 19th inst. schr Golden G
ann a
Appoiaueg-Arr 19th inst. sch
Newp
;ew Bedhord-Arr 19th inst.
sloop Helen
BSla lth inst. barq
itat IKlver-A&rr 18th to
id 18th oinst. Fou
Kdeartown-Arr 16th met. br
olad: A erleng.Eastponrt for
tor Salem: Leprelette, New Yo
Jesemie for Boston-Ge trade
Roc klandforNew York; Miaso
mami
Ang arr sfchr Palestine, fro
went ashore on the Soum t ide
got off wit
Also arr. schr Mary & Martha,
rn abhore on the flats, and c
load.of
Arr 18th inst. schr Jtustina
land; Theeos Hix, Hooper, do for
Rich
Bid 16th inst. schre 0 Hop
Balti
Ed 18th inst. brig Albert F
Son, Cadet. a
MHolnues' Hole-Are 18th Ins
Baltimore: schnr 'hameas.' Ro
Thomas. New Yor
Sld 17th mat,
bid 18th inst. brig Luc Elle
Abbott Lawrence
In port. 19th iBt,' barques
bis aRoyal Sallor, and Ve.ons;
and Uten
tiono-Arr th Inst brig Go
fax
Also rr, (by telegraph) a
Arr 9ih msal. ship Buffolk.
Maglt;.t(Br) BHammuondBL tJohn
sonville;sachrOeLUe a WIlhiIB
Ba
Via Quarantine-ShIp Mo es
ltowed up by s
Old zth tBLt. Br brigse Joh
Adah. Saimpson. EalaU. Dtaubh
achres May Yates, Trinidad:
chrs Lucy Alice, Me rNOe Usa
son, B
Also clearedt 0th inst. ships
OHflmberuson. Wiliams New O
barquee eootland. Per7y.do:
Rio Uranile. arbois. Moode.J
ual: dmboldit. Portland.: Har
soneille: hba.ron.Richmond: M
Ban
BIdSth int. shlpsl rilying A
barquts Juno. Homer.
Siacae-Arr I1th ust. bng
NB. for
ART e ah inst. chr Bes
Arr 1th inW. asr OCu. New
Norf
Old ilth lnst. barqs
Ed 191 Inst. barreJ
b verlv-Arr lai Inos. shrs
Chies ae
:=gbth InJt.bric SeaDi
D AtBarnolV. Farnsworth,
I)snmsc111--bM lath inas
ash-Old lath inat. brig

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NO[ 4 e rO rt .Ii Bli


must neceararily collect
bracing the above-.meni
every precaution should
Goveuoie atto prevent
Some of thIbe appropriation
parIntment beve beean redu
necessary site, or wore
icedtr it dotl-iful if t
wiub proper accommodate
eddilttional eIpicpriationl
munications In relation
mibde uto Congress as atn
be I bi
The contract for the ezxl
o( the Behltmore cestem
coeciluded, in confot illy
hi
lhe great distance and
delay in con, iunictalng
any dtehninte progress bea
tLe priced LuIJ
The operations ot lthe
Ibe pro siitons made for
are becoming duily mor
In consequence oi the ra
metrce, bollth lorein sod
Irom the monthly conr
hum the parties lor whose
ci, ot ijitem ba been eslal
heiLr tliehei, without the a
i ilnea by
The previi.-us appropriate
the relief of sick beaenen
84, te sides ?tit8.19 L11 f
erecilon of hospital build
1, The nepa nimeni recom
ppiloptiatioia for the t
briaunen, to the needful e
ficiency iD ibthe iiiout
I noid ; but t1 is not at pr
erection of more marine
ol the Department induces
every way preferable to
iLe care of sick seamen w
bLiatindipg, which are unde
lit supervision of citizen
bility, t the r
Such aIrasngemenBts exis
phia, Citocinnati, asd at so
etkly Irate or each isea
greoily less than it would
where the rare and anilent
ceive are lully equal to w
ain IaGoveirnmcnciinti O6
ren iia s itaslso under th
neut prolesaionel lalents
-ea where a similar arran
Ol option it she-old be p
other marine hospitals In
,luhc.r-zrd, as I btieve b
and economy of espendilu
he aoCoptn of
Under the system which
steadily pursued by the G
useful, but generally impr
s probably no instance wh
ed and so generally diel
advantage to the parties
marine hbopial lund unde
Wbile oI benefit of tib
most all the collection dis
icspials are completed
Cheiteea, near Boston, lMas
ginia, Ocracoke, North C
bhicagp, Illinois; Pittsbur
end Paoducab, Kentucky, ,
)rleans, Loutisana, lubli
Fiorida. Appropratiuor s
rigs authorized to be erece
it. Louis, MBlesourn;San
,ille, Indiana, P'ortland,
ia I
isie
Esimuatles of appropriate
he builaitingsat bl. Loui
beating the buildings and
rPil"ct on It Chicego, i l
'ilebughb, In Pennelvaoi
Pidurcab. N.poleon, and
mit
These estimates are base
ltion ofthe amount and q
nd are deemed necessor
ruouods re
A contract has been made
Francisco, cnd those at
early ctalpieled; that at
wailtr.g a fourth
A saie ha been purchase
alancte of the appropriation
suilable building, ,nd an
I tir,, i, ia resp
A sile has been selected f
lane, but the Departmen
titon on the report of t
o sele
Tba fr.lluw;iDg statement
rci, accumpony the p
Staiemett T eahibtia th
rc.m lthe monthly contrib
rcLo Inth July, 179,
Slatemenrtl U, eahibitimig
b Cotgrese fi:.r the purc
arine hospitals, furniture
[pective points hd thIbe a
achb p
Statement V, exhibiting
el-.ilil lucd arising fro
f the seamen,and the oppr
bteir
The Supreme Court, in t
Caswells, decided that no
laimed b" parties who bd
he entry eiteredawritten
,ally the gr.oundason whi
ut-.cs, an the Departmen
ibat oecielon, sod boae s
'beseus S ~ -
SMire aieaed to be ilia a
% ete*such Wr~itterMvy
hefre tevidntily arose f
aruee oreVolvcs great ar
yen the eune patltes,
made a regular protest, h
ties erroneously assessed,
ons, whilst in other cases
expect, but where the for
observed, no return can
decision of the Suprem
meed these to the favorab
investing in the Treasury
return duties in all case
hose on which the Supr
decisions in favor of the
est has been made at t
The attention of Congres
session to the necessity o
fr the purpose but not a
iplicity of suits against t
or duties alleged to be
bulging the same p irtiea t
f a similar kind in one a
arty had already entered
olving the same principal
he Treasury Department a
their claimants that the
nay have been already e
be settlement of the other
artiee, vexatiously and
heir costs, will enter se
II precisely similar in t
It is also essential that i
irs there should be the s
reme Court without regard
re numerous decisiohs m
evolving important princ
ly be reversed, was an a
e amount involved does
order exis
Congress at its last sessi
am of ten thousand dollar
n the coast of the Unite
tiled upon the Superinte
>r a report, showing the
tost advantageouly empy
tying life and property
ont has lately been receive
he coast of Maine and Mas
etions; and orders will
applying the same with ih
ppurtenances; and as sco
ons along the cost are
-om lhb office of the Coas
nmedialtly taken for fu
umern-us s-epsr-is have b
f the great savig of" life
y means of Ihese boats;
suggest that a further appr
oilers be made for this
ower be granted ihis De
me to time such portions
a keep the boats sad fixt
Iate use, and compensate
he
The subject of the fisher
ortance, and having rece
general attention, I transm


sting and valuable report
tent by Lorenzo Sab
1. A report on the fishe
ortugal in the
2. A report on the fishe
a Scotia, Cape Breton,
legdalene Islands, Bay o
lew Bru
S. Report on the fisher
4. Review of the control
states and Great Britain
ng of the first article o
The following statement
report
A-Statement of duties,
-enditures, during the fi
852,sgreeably to warrants
unds and treasu
B-Statement of duties,
penditures, for the first
rom July 1 to Septembe
warrants issued exclusive
y notes
C-Statement of advance
count oftbe expenses of
United States, during the
18
D. Statement of the nu
ed in each district of the
leotion of customs,during
80, 1852, with their occ
per ast 3d
E. Statement of the pub
ury,
F. Statement of the r
notes during the fiscal ye
G. Statement exhibiting
rortg, andthe imports
states, exclusive of speci
from ll21 to 1812; show
domestic and foreign expo
and the tonnage employed
H. Statement exhibiting
noually, from 12tt io I d'.'
amountof epecie, free an
ive
I. Statement exhibiting t
cles imported during the
o June, 1844, R45, 1446,
1.;,, after deduoung the
amount of duty which ac
same periods,
K. Statement exhibiting
bullion imported and expo
to 1852, inclusive, and a
tion over exportation, an
portation during
L. Statement exhibiting
wines, spirits, Ac ,impor
18512, Inclusive; end also
gallon under specific
M. Statement showing th
ing in warehouses at the c
the !0th ofSeptember,1847


.i.. ............... ..SY
IW't ... .. ... ... ........ aiS46,'.79
t',51 ... ... ................ t 8 .
lt63... .......... ....... W 7A
Tmeatm& ienantmel. Registers.
N.SAROGENT.
---- -- --
Frcm Ae P-roeddeni Jou
Fina AT Waiwi,:.-Two bu
quatniy of goods in process
td in the Clyde Print Works
sod heirn-ging to Simon H.
oeatrojed by fire on Tuesday
past eleven o'clock. O
6tejincg, drying, finishing
other ass dye house. The
in this city. Estimated loss f
on which there is insurance
Wasebirglon. Roger Willia
and .Etna offices, have eac
Merchants and Atlantic off
build
The bleaching and finish
esalablishment were not in
performing their
Mr.John W. A. Greene.
considerably,Lhongh itis h
by the falling of a part o
escape from instant death wa
ous, es the chimney was
hei
FiRr IN BLAcsrTOn.-W
ol Rose's Express, that a
on thbe evening of the l18
Lapbham was entirely dest
stock of the Blackstone
injured-the engine house
destroyed. The agriculture
Martin A Co. suffered by
stock, ia. but the build
Loas covered by insurance
owned by Welc
Mr. Short ioforma us th
from $S,00u to $4,000, and
insure
eIaa iN JomstTOn.-A d
near Henry Fenner's tave
pike, was destroyed by fire

lATAL-The U. B. steam
Murray, sailed yesterday
the Goeport navy yard,
Wm. RB. King, Vice Presid
and his nieoes, Mn.
The following is a list
Lt. Com'dg-Alex Murray
passed assistant su rgeo
mid.-N. T. West; Chief
rick ; sd das't do, J. H.
tbormy; Wm. Hipkins, sCa
Pttmn.--gr0/ol


m- s esxhibilted by the qua
hal of the customs, under te
tie 61b r Aneust, 1846; a
- payable
i- )0. statement eal bit
he merchandise reexported
to bclusive; end bowing
Kie t(mi asli b-upes under
ut 0. Sisiemln t axrIbilin
n- henddil imported; ae
be Ltally, lt-.m nt121 1
a e insasted I opulaiicon
rapla, during t
en P. aitremeatl exhibii
In end doweasim produce, Ac
a- lb'l
Q. Statement exhibiting t
id cotton exported annual
-d rre ; and ithe sve
of niatemevnt exhibit
hraedsufls eacd provieio
or I '
, Sist8 meDLt exbibiti
Itr.bhcro and rice export
I- llr ',
g All of which is r
ta TBOs. (OIwS
e- Lon.
r Speaker of the Bou
Uri'seirrr e-hfbltsn, the vil
r jporb d annually, from I1t
.i tie value rt-espcrr
a of Aue
Talu
e
erpo
DBtitsble

~uec.r mer-
Tears.
1l4r...... .... ..........
i 4..................
I l ........... .....
tis ...................
e i 4.'. ... ... .... ... ..
1F,7-7 nmti-luJuy n
H47-7MG134.31SFUJ
4,39-349W
1W4 ... .. ..... ............
1 ... ....... ............... .
i-s... ...................
I i ........... ..............
IrbK .................. ....
Total in thirteen itars.....
Aversae per stnmn.........
Er isiRENYtsaxhttilbne ihe vale
dulttorvhibeyearsendingennthe
and l1&d, laner deiluotluO t
Smoiut of envy which accrue
0odm.sl. ttie :

Value. Duols.
Weolens... .... 1"1.4.4-
Co1.eS....'.... I.-&847l.
H.imn-tn n t.d.. IB1 .St l
Irf -n a a efro of. 4.6;b.4
Fbo sr ... ... 4.t 9711 "
H Uorer u-.-nour- 14-.6.
Fait............. WilJ.tl
Coal............. 167
181l.
Articles. Value.
Woolntj,...... (IVt.2JI.Al #1
Ctoisc-5p....... 1 4e ill I
Hepn.En .nods. 661h
Isr-e A noliSor.. l7.81-12 .
Suasr... ..... 13,4111.70i
Utmp.unmsard. h1i.811
nHIt.. ... ... IL1lF&
cal...... .......... 47?,l
Total.. .... 673-ie- 5iSA
Aerasie juanrerilyt ec.. t
aiTATis'eer exl.ibiune Itb qu
torteu anLuadly. irei
----- Po
year. Sea island.
1641,... .. ..... 877iW. ?M.17
t'41...... ... .7.4U271 81
1I2i.......... 246.09 677
IM ............ 715159 5 74
144-...-...-..-.. 60575 s
t1-4... ... -989.e.6 851
1t4&........... 9.M.i- 8 53
lIm7l.............. aW73S 6,0
lI47.... ........ 7.7 114. 8
14. ... ... ..... l l ,A =SaIfil0
lu----------110 I.ae t.115s3
tWC............. S6. l 77.
i............... S ItvJ t.e
1431......... .. IL"788,^6 Lv. il
rarjTtuE showing the sale
house bLthe ri of eaclh qua
bher. I47.10 tothe .h of dJune. i
teily rtiurDnp o the Collectorso
viOen5 of L be ClI of dth of Ag
or duties psy
ounce asaAiNtiu a wiao
Ptrindsoending.
i.itnmber Su. IN47..........
DiCten rtI t11-47 -...............
M arch 81. i r4 ............... ....
Juneb r. I le.....'..........
lipiutmber ib I'-) ......... .
l ,o iL br i,. 1 4- -..............
ila irt h.ll.liU49...............
Jure '0. 54:,... .. .........
f6, ltl lt.tr Is. ictis...........
l-t.- n.-ctro J. ijts...........
thi crh 31.. Il. t..... ... .....
Judi, .U. Irsu.................
Sptelmi er,' Itu .... ....
[tretmber 3St. tiMW..........
M ei h .i ii. I ... .. .......
June WS 181... .............. I
k~pl,n.b'trb( tlhb I... ..........
[ -r, iler.B ll 1W I... ... .....
Srteh3i.&d te.................
Ji ne 'i. 1812 .. ... ........
Total....... .... ...
gatiFrl. r frhlbi[thetng irts ag
Prcvirir-e ra o. port. d B
'tsar ,cding etnmber 3Dl. ItM.
UO do i'., I I...
do do tBL. 14i
Nite months ritLd'ng J'e L-. I
Itear indits Jtne 10. I8 .
do do 8 1846.
dio .Jo N). h4ei
yo do Iu. 1J14.
do do fi, 14......
in t1c 10, 149....
dr, do 80. 1110....
do do S. liil...
CO do 8Su li- .....
nTATietTof (he tonnaie of th
toiSm inc
sTeISS. 1mIW.
lainte........ 174.7iu1
Ba.i-hul its.. 62.4U4 4
N M ianalere.. 24251
NwYo8k .... 816.14U
N tlars~tiea-,a.. lea.t4
New l 114 1..164 1
cutas....e.... -
e Cbilall~.j. 27.M 1
N Caoicina... .. 8.w,
e ,-3rg0a1....... .. l IIt
I ouaU a Ii...... WsO 7
I londe a........ 4
Total tonnage... 1.0--- I i
butmmaryStatementof the Value
United Btates durit- the y
rF--t riTe e iER ee ]Vina
(-il. prm ... .... e I17< Be
Vt tale & other Fi-h. 44u "2S1
,I hai it one......... 43'.? i
iStir.m (b ti.. .. 14JI0!j
II, ted Sni-..eked lFiah 354 j
P.chled PF h......... 8,'
--- iad-itry....
5 .al N" Tealow ra
-- Snuff g-, Lsn- l:
pl-e'r-c.nRe i.- 1us sRsT.e Lat
Wac-ZeLavrus. hin. Cabl
t.le. BHord. lHewn u
.mlr r c ... .. 11'; 1 57
Oltbtr .Ltmber....... 1216t1 Le
Alhts asna ftara..
(taS lCeak Aoutbcr d.oe )se.lp
O hlatsa aes-a r 1.5,5 u.1 .0
jt16ofecI'rcf~oIJ 3.]lll)8
f tmai.i ars.. ... l.u911E.
atiu-POr t & Peal. e60
('issrog........... ".I
kie nd FeF-rm...... 79.-M
--- Catcn-P
87 4.232U onrotedr
--Do. uncol-cired.
AiBt ur. O r ieOicai. T
Of Ac-numal--tru. Al
tallow., Lidies ad
h-itei catite ... 61.4
Bolter sen Cthese 7
S',re pk'klud. bacon.
hird ac.lIi r i .s-t ,7C 17, ,
P tre sodmelts . -
8be ep ..... ......... I&.8AI
ViO'.l ... ....... ..... I | O
1l,-ct.............5.. 1 fCHuse
Fis--r.............. hN-.1r B
It .ean Coin-........ iSi42it
tro i at....... t. i7
Eye Meal.......... .4
Bor. ots an-d o'her
-mail tain A puose. 814.471 tl
Iltrclt our ilap brasi. lIi Sl
P(Isc eeicr ... ..,..... l
Arples .............. t 4.3J t
BInc...... .......... 2 47U&1 M
Coulon........... 87 l HSaBoe-
tebacco............ Il.l.a1 3|P
Uemp ............ 1&64^Pa
-- Iltasso ...
81H4L.e26691 rm .. ....
-- Pe-ter and lea
ct-Bce sntmnireLatL -sEO. -
Sc-rS. Gold and/
ilax erd............ 65.17 Goldo
Hiopn............ i.iM
Biowe ieura......t. e4.l7j l
IndO...............i. rl
-- nrtIr ank a
$15Ol.1MO'oal ......
---- br.........
Wax ............... 91.W
Befleid ^Ugar ....... 1469JI
('sre.la ger............ l. a
Si.tr,sl tram graBs... 48 7
D-, on. [, ltete. S3.0
clas---...-...-..... ]--t
Showing a grand teta
Staetmln rn ,.f ito..domelasp
teclied Stalts to foreign coutl
slves-
n^oeu-rrc insonir are. Bf
Bpede and Product
Tears ending on BDaton.
help. 3th BoLa............ 2 l>7
i-it... .. ... ..... ........ 2.7
lens.....................i 11
til3. mon.l Juna 8u-........ l74
1ii-4. .tr r do ........ 1- i 4s
le4s ....................... 8
le ............ .......413.86
184sti .............. ....5 52


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times command their full par value, and would fromp
promptly and, cheerfully be received on deposit
as cash b the banksand held by them as specie cap- qu
ial unt1l their customers requi
pF yme r of duties or lands. They would accumu-
ate principally at the great sarts of commerce in
the Union, and could be trasumtted by mail by led
the different receiving officers to suoh points as't
treasury might direct, avoiding all the risk and t
expense, which now attends the transfer of public t
funds in specie from points where it is collect
and not required for public expenditure. A de
As these certificates were paid in, at the large
commercial seaports,the gold so soon as coined could
be sent to such points from the mint or the branch
which may have issued the certificates, and the let-
ter would then be returned to the mint or its branch
for the purpose of being again issued to now deposit-
tors. The expense of transmitting gold coin to the t
points where it might be required in order to redeem
the certificates which had been received by the pub-
lie officers, would of course be paid by the United
States, and would require but a small sum, probably
not the twentieth part of the amount whion would su
be annually saved in interest by applying th
sent bullion fund to the rJedinpuon elf the public
debt. course of construction,
No objections could be urged to this plan on the g
ground that it would be a papas currency, for it is
merely a certificate for an amount of gold already
actually in possession of the Qovernment. These
certificates would not be intended for circulationno
would they circulate from hand to hand. but would
remain with banks, bankers or individuals, until re-
quired for a payment to the Gevernment; and the
receiving officer should not be permitted tore-issue
but only to hold them until they are replaced with
the gold in legal coin, from the bullion for which
they were originally issued. are respe
These ertiticates should likewise always be re-
deemable at the mint after a l
allowed for the coinage of the gold bullion, which
might be fixed at not exceeding twenty days after i
the bullion bad been assayed. priation
] is not proposed that the certificates thus issued
by the mint and its different branches should be in-
discriminately and generally received at all point
of the Union, as in such case the fluctuations and the
great diferences in the rates of exchange between
different places would cause them ta be used as re
mittances, and throw a boheavy expense upon the cu
Treasury for the transportation between distant n
points of large amounts in specie, sufficient to equa
ize exchanges, at least to the extent of the issue
such certificates. In California, for instance, the
change on the Atlantic states is usually at about
four per cent. premium; and, consequently, all the
issue of mint certificates there weaid be immediate-
ly forwarded to New York, to be used at this latte
point in payment of duties, and the United States
would be obliged to transfer a
the coinage ofthe branch mint at Ban Franciscoo, in
order to redeem its certificates in New York.
aThe remedy for this would be, to make the issues h
of the mint and its existing or any new branhs in
the Atlantic slta.tes to be receivable only at the Allan


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AWPsg I
Thi following tlnMt
tordtsy laid fore 4 onfi
United StateS:-
WasuMmeoe,iJt
WAUwMVMi.J
To haThe se honor helew
United Ste4n:
the Becrelwy om f (thfn
hat the efibrts of athDa
dims remaisos iao'leot
aseigiid to lher tribe
sean tdirely uni o
that now Y eis ein T
to eazply wift he trwt
Ii3S, by which they air
years from that Ba, or
made with Ithem 184,
try'sT report, by whit
temperer1 ceynpeos etap
until the orDrnmena
to Contn
litcnnet be denied that
portion of bher terr
us injury to the stait
since the erranemaen(
have manifested a desir
whites, the presence
time, and upon any re
driven to acts of hostel
anxiety and alarm to the
There can be no doubt,
the IndianDr would b
from a territory where f
them and their more power
becoming morei
On the other hand, the
have that any manifesta
them by force, or to tak
allottedto them, would
by acts of cruelty on the
The number of Indians
stale is, it lis true, very
itg, it is believed, five
great extent of the eOnL
adaptation totheir peculi
very dispropostioned to
esBsary to capture or exp
the white settlementefr
military force nowstatio
inadequate to these object
iernanLed to enforce their
territory alloiied to them
be necessary, as tbhe Go
torce available for hat
priaiions for the suppor
that event b
For tbepe reasons I have
tbe whole matter to Congre
may deem best.
JFfm Oid faiu
T $10,000,^Oo0 Was Fu,
laer who are solicitous t
pie ins a war with all cre
wind-mill, and now lie b
the ground. They gallop
for this fast generation
borsed st a very critical m
hope that recovery from
ery of their senses will
The country will thank
It will be hailed a a sig
are not altogether surren
ventures, sod that their
which party ia prepared t
elect and bhser .
Tan JaJMAICA c-ats& lo
named Mihbeal Doyle ali
eralias Scott, and Mioh
and William McGee of Ca
hgh-banded a18ult and r
Jn1 M. Fessadende at Jama
ng of the 4th instant, w
Justice weaver, at the C
risoners were all iden
Ien, and the family, an
against them was altog
hem for trial.- Bnst.1.
SuI'Dos Dsaia.-le we
udden death of Mr. B.G
Jr. Hodge was a gentlem
and well known, and whe
his generouasend manly qua
sy morning that we conv
parent full possession ofh
making that soon to shrou
te of an honest eenlleman
Truly, in the midst of l
'lY u "/, ,
A SsaKE SroEv.-ln the
own of Harwinton, on la
t was surmised that a bur
u an4Id cellar, from the
asionally seen projectln
irt of the present mont
.mere assembled there,
hey said. They dug and
leeack snakes, arerae5;g
*egibh, and two milk snak
word 'm.
I
Lia of
Iraced frome ithe BUitd Fta
cdies January i ti.sI and
Botert W. Andrew' ofrtaff
in oerating the
Cacrlie I, Bander,oiCievela
faSd fas
Drixter CtIambtieai.of
ie ewar d. crime pplaeo- Fori
iWplOvBiIn
Sdnebet r
jMet h Coninr. of MIllroy.P
tr
Oouiseand David Cook.oef N
Srrivir.s cir
Rdmwrd Evefet. of l awrence
f Lowell-For Improvementii
as
Same B. ioaslatnd. of L areL
rt'-1".rmthis, rp ihadelIpb
cOr i itti
John L. Kingsley. of ew Yo
ounds to, trv,
Jerrnilh P. Bmith. of Bumma
n corn t
Joeepthb W. Webb. of Auroa.
Gould. o I ameplace.-rorli
team n
PFniuti[td William B. wh
VBalunet Witherow. of ami
tant
Supreme Court oft
WBDsaiaea
No. t. The General Mutual
Serror. vEt benever rherwoo
as concluded byi Mr Hamluio
No 53 Rldah Peale. iruvtee.
ha Ptrps sta -1-is causewa
,eilaitiffin error, ann ua
y Mr Taelorin behatif
to 6U. Mastthew Cunnoha.
W.V Ahbiey exenutriz c-
as co.mencedhb, Mr Lawref
AdJC' ,ned orJtirl l.-

COIRMIERCIA
males of Hel
Bu AdL V
turci ad ground corner
B, 7 B.
oise and lot SW cor. of Ch
do en Greenwich at.
do suathaldeof
*lch i --.....................
lotm reoer Of above.....
onae and lot fk ,eor of Cham
do 'an Ch5mber st. a
do do
do N E nor ofY eade sa
lOt tlteornarof Jackson ad
do atJoiniEg above............

(i'mbrldtedCsirl
At mnarketj 175(siil hsbelnt
tingef SA or kin Oxen. Cows
ree yea
PsIcx--MarkbeBeef-.-.at
o a r i: second nuatirv KOSd
Hide s-4Oi BDlee cewt.ToUo
ali! lklnl --1w t er lb. Baj
Lltfgi.nei~ari
aires-- & 6. ee?
truss--Working Oxen.
CCwe SJKD OAI.VnB---l. 2fi M1 M
ew esenrs ova-S9. 1a,8 toI
19
ole-StstULteBtS. Thre
ltaxr e taie [sc-.-8til
r and cales good. Extra (,
SB ui--lOc'onlt at market

Brlithton (blle
iv laxeST--I5o Ire? GatO.
ten, 01 Cows and Calvks: s
le
Paicus-Bsef Oaovc-Exiraat
5.7 th lrd U t4J. o d
Woamss Ores
COWS/uiD riaLved
time anD tn-et-es at H U
bis ma-daeo; reauI
Meiso s, ar. tK-I lons si
on fi tr coniloues very iimia
iallFraiseatiltfrotfancs a
tee breaks e&e6s6itl per bb'.
ies Ib mi-ir: ordinary quaity
c71c and iblte atHe per bu
t 4peeR6
Pi.orraii,.- There is a f
ecgipalty prlme meas at sa0 fo
en. clear 34 rea. Lard tl
amtlr,- wi
Covo0--Abouttl5bales have


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lees,
Pasiugerv
Tn the steam shlp Oherokee.
. delHatliin. F. %etleu, Se
hitld aSn leIeaitM L Lyon a
ai-er Wm Dav.eiWm.Liddetl
tr-8 B LatbrOp.Ccl av. US
rd 8 hildreB: Capt. MeGo
htiba. Mano Oardoec. Jos P
Martinez. istFer and 4 Kna
im,qut Felix. Frop. PhlIpOpr
in nte
Freom Naty Bya-A esAltit
iron. Cpt 2l. J e. wood. 0
Iline. P W. Rice and adyJ.Jn
B. Bro-ka. James E ceed, W.
nver.B O.Taslor.B. W HV.ns
cer
Femeger
In Ihe steam idlip Nortihe
lsit., John l'.Sparhawk. OGeo
dward BDelum. Mrs. A. Bl
F. Ayrr. k. Drown MIrs. D
. Mendos. 2J PteelW W. W. a
o A Sward. Mral K lasbeth
W'Lfeelr.Ct, alee L. Cu
W. Lapeer. Lewisl DayS, 'n.
illiso Stoat. loMert blece
mtih .Wm. H. MeOand1a1H
0 Weiddel, JmcsT-laoe.Ko l
'.Oaamero n.l 814idA.-K i s,
\m.Br. itwa rdW. t
be Hard. Jolm Btone. L
vi, To. 1111. I lmi Mriau
el % Od elsIduf. K. -.
aIn. mr eerofm ancriuflor,
Emtpl Berelard Cohn. tHr
WIrd JBes P. La wI. Henr
r eaM-el Chbrkitopher Ball
58LdrlnNellwlait.nPiS.Pt
.T. Hwi 8 o
a .15ee Micajati Chlussea,
raneisa Jon Uni ts. Chures
STarner Daniei Dale, Oha
iash. Willam Doile. ileann
'smuei Pruden. Greere Morris.
Iga, iewli Haid ia. J-ost Q
lU T. altwids JaILd. JaOesla
Seheoct iLlest,;
Dan. B. Bjars. a.I RblF
3 Stevns. And ena
hris Glimore, JAle. Browp. J
Oorione.Jen-.echar5, MIeS
isa Crus. BobL Tlus'ar.J
EL Mot. W. Blt. A. eh
Lersy1 Garr .Gn e,
Itlchard sn, WV, Lincoln
m A e'br, Jaies it
vie. John Davis. LaurfI
John Mmt1aermam
K liWnaiL ThoSsO'N
Davd Ovens, Walle Br
Henry Taylor. Andraw
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UoAirl APIZTB bOO.

DurarnsOimmr o DoMroO
goe ecood number-the fir
a sew monthly periodical
Bh5w, with she word "D
.* 4ltatiom mrks. We have
Bt e0ua expense of time a
gn IA lhe mUd style affee
Of MMMrationewmpapers, w
binst and bombastic. Th
pit souwvliotiom, of deliver
ia at likely to influena
rO tile, an Mr.'Otass re
mmuoe deotrine, affords
piMe ef that stern trnthfu
Wilthot which noe njoursal ca
W -ecure the confidence
taSnde. O page 188 th
Mytyle and Belfer treaty
Wibmm ,mn o awpf ros
veay nelt page, as an
Sfpfdaesm of the article,
..'~pitow roadereo i
fabepln i fw rHwrsw lw rds
41l*u lieatoim." Now th
...V admit that he has no
hasezt declare that the
.smep e)tierents him from
Sleas,"' before his reader
Ar destroys con fidenc
Ita Review professes to
%r progressive external
*"semlsWhich for probe
alalge my seadanger the
ltiene Cst and sanrfioe b
WlmaLa" In other words
OUd and yeang Demecratio
e nether think, are to t
piilly. That, however, is
Our preset object is to
@f iterl, its present pos
te do. suppeoaing the Revi
hnertl,wben its chief slee
haut. We are not to indu
e bet any cheok imposed
are a to me from the 4th
afetr, I this Review Is to
em "deanas of Demeeraey
iBfmrtenately for the rev
le Country, that irresisti
aMilted the other day In
Wee, when the "Damocra
giasld be pitoed in UMr.
i played at his discron,
O

2h e Review cndently
dat elect will be, aM no m
SeceM Oewa Washington
Selianof a the republican
iase--snd probably the re
*a'repablicea idea" juetife
O.. ven l Mr. Piere-i de
hladby Interest and pass
latellience." We have
ahm a jlupicion that in
fiaditly the stimulus of th
which the Presidentelect
teativn position, but sc
opMmly avowed by a Demo
t one of the developments
be wild style of writing.
No periodical before us
aIt of Democracoy's views
'*Young America" up t
.lwe
The painful scarcity of
afflicts the entire tradmi
By, con only be removed, a
removed, by the applieati
SUthe smes of U eilcoe.
abundant in the United S
Of t he Soth includes the
exiee, now occupied b
aeuiedge, or no apprecia
te is not far distant, wh
Seath will direct itself
boaon to it. not by any
Maim of conquest, but by
-simaste rigbis of industry
=8ae that made Texas. firs
free member of the Union
the title of every free pe
.1111m
seeing that ithe above f
iemoeratlio partly for "ex
Ie Union," its meaning a
appaleaL It is asomewbat
ticle from which the ab
Ifllowed by "The Apotheo
remarkably illustrative
elieowed by am article on
with America," written w
ebut unwisely enfeebled by
mas of the Rev. Mr. King,
ee oftall official inform
Mr. Uarah's inquiries int
fi. e reading, and an elabr
-fobr it lacks cohesivene
oimamy," are next give
ti y a dissertation on th
Bwn Domingo by the Empe
iSaioly noticeable for it
hie Bmperor and
The main body of the arti
tierenoe, if any at all, t
Bamaus, which rumor is s
opportunity for abusing
lon, and to indulge in the
Sfets to the IHaytiens. H
writer, a "nsegro country ;"
freoce between the negr
Western Africa," nor are
em strongly Indicated i
ho&t the "blisck despot
legro, rudo and danger
egt," "the despot of Ha
$ea., etc. all of which, I
Bod Intelligent reader, ca
malignity, and his ineomp
projudicas, to treat the ma
teacher ought to treat eve
Hayti Is of great commerce
ted States. Tha Haytte
though they be, have ah
of commercial ability, of
eelf-relying courage; thi
his "negro Ministers' hav
fully withstood, intervent
, would have frighten
\ nationalitles into abject
~-.--. of the interventers, an
I /rob them, by coarse
Veeal character t
The reviewer's lack of ju
fey him assumption of the
Of Freneb occupation of S
ed to be utterly ground
f deolaisation is expended
Rixt number of tbe Review
ed eemsibilities of the re
eas will suffer a painful
|h annnounement that t
Oeoupamion was a fabricat
peIanlou pyramid of nonse
Non of the gentleman who


eeon, will be a represent
*Me
jItrkately, or rather pr
days of feeble and enta
idbg away. Every degree
out "a open to ihe choice
leot of the in-rominog adm
high and salulary function
party itself by excluding
ll those whoas radical ag
ald weakened the party, b
ment of our foreign relate
willing to repel ibe ambit
eign powers in the affaid
ten
If we could bring oursel
Review speaks the senti
spirit whihob are to gove
tk n, we should indeed lo
mm's tenure of office wi
But remembering the dire
dent eloul looked for his
Ueving the representation
gentlemen previously acq
political opponents, we an
and ultrla theories will ba
hisi overnment. We have
lo the Federal Government
a we oasoientiously can,
because It is the Governm
but if it Is about to act
in this Review, this and
Jesral, whether Whig or
yelled to employ its utmos
s proce

TamoSn a TassAir cs C
oftoetal abstinence from al
6nonoveotion assembled
morning at the State st
Havens, Esq., of this city
meIdting with a short add
mee spurred at the moarni
brooe they reassmembled;
- d Is the nomination and
bliowlg o
r Feeljldnt-3. M. Havens
med= -dlwd IWned. B. DIS
Pm,. jeeW. aw ad iharl
eim-Je 0 Treemi a. Tr
wmsef--Andrew L=Ia idwmrd
IaBv .Io @ e5 m. JnVa am
P&a A -

At an Informal meeting s
Sapnellated to consider
Mg to obtail the passam b
ge Istotl W ad
b athe dming a public m
deolew. Heary Ward Be
OWa. ed mother meeti


- he'policamen Smith a
having entered the groce
corner of West and Frankli
steal, have been ordered
$10110 each to await the
ExAmisAvToit or Piaeo
na.-Coroner Hilton yeat
Fitzgerald, who stands c
his wife, by shooting her
tel on last Monday morning
was about 60 years of age
When asked what he had to
against him, he replied:
hands when it was fired,
take her life, and I did
charged with beingconcer
of John Haynes, who was
night at the house No. 8
subsequently of his injury
is 21 years of age, a baker
22 Cherry street. He clse
Coroner required him to fi
gerald was rema
IsiQussv.-Rbenezer Grah
old, died rather suddenly
rents, No, 79 Hammersley
having been in constant a
No. 8, where the teachers s
friends thought that the
verely treated, and dema
the coroner. Accordingly
boheld an inquestwhen it a
Mrs. Graham that the chi
on Friday lest between 8 a
ed of being very ill. H
said that he bad been pl
in tie yard attached to t
the larger boys covered
snow balls violent
He also said that he as
him to go home, telling b
very sick, but she refused.
the deceased complained o
at the time were writing,
and from this duty he was
tified to having attended
plaint was acute bronchiti
violent. Dr. Finnell mad
and found both lungs ve
large quantity of pus in t
other organs of the syst
disease. He observed an a
also a smaller one on the l
ion that death was caused
the jury rendered a verd
ceaessd was a na
fisn lWTum BofniB Wa
last night, a fire was disc
of the United States bond
The fames were soon exti
some books and papers
sum
Coo-TS-FmcAx.--Ugrm
Before Judge Betls.-The
W. Farnham, captain of t
dicted for manslaughter
up, yesterday afternoon, b
dant, iand the District Att
but as it was thought pro
qtuie aaM me deI*be


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Ayll woa PaitamDLe B
al report of this charitable
boys were admitted duri
the asme period, 6 have
been sent to the house of
stored to their friends;
one has gone to sea ; 8 h
are 54 remaining. The tre
the expenditures for the
were 16,66S 59. and the in
balance of .32 ps in( ban
triouely employed in vario
in bshoe malag. During t
anre said o have closed 14.
earvlug $466 74. The be
uten an active part In ma
tulotion propose forming a c
benefit of friendless girls
a school where they may
Ing, ironing, Ac. Emplo
destitute girls, but they ar
(o their ignorance o
COuPLIMU TATr To CAPTA
gers who voyaged from S
4th, in the steamship Al
ed to lie to in a gale for
Into Norfolk, short of coal
a handsome silver trump
testimony of their gratef
prudence as a commander
timnonial is elegantly oa
presentation of the Alab
the following inscri
t
CAPTAIN 0HA
V tfi Sfeas
On her voyaxe from avnnash
o
B.
.BIk. W
D.C.Teswry.
0 H Sherman.
W. I .
Ii D~g

l. DBrtoher..
J.8. ddy.
HurroucAL LaoTuan.-Th
hoam, late Secretary of th
didate for the Vice-Presid
delivered a lecture in the
ning, before the New York
of their fire proof libra
ject uaie" The British Inv
1780-S1." The distingui
thorough familiarity with
of the revolutionary war,
the principal events. Th
and the lecture wa
A JCVSILa TaavtLLU.-
about 8 years of age,took
rail carn at Albany, yes
through to New York, with
ductor, who supposed he w
passengers. After him a
the streets, until he wa
telation house. A police
Mr. Stark, the superinte
railroad, who kin
PoLt.-Patrick Connell
clock last night, for atte
on the person of Edward
Robert Farrell. who resi
tween l1th end 16th street
Ing on a charge of receive
and block tin, stolen fr
Hudson
TAvHATy HALL TsounsLs
sachems of the Tammany
ny Hall, last evening, an
barnburners in relation to
the Democratic general
protested, and threaten
Ha
FiUMmR's BAL.-The ann
charitable fund of the
will be given in the As
Monday evening, the 24
objects to which the funds
are applied, entitle
Tan FAKCLItr STReeT
was sold at auction yest
fixtures, altar and pews
lecture room was
PBoABLB ImAwnrTCIxe.-A
ning Matihew Bradley fo
infant wrapped in a piece o
No. 88 Cliff street. A coro
AomcomI.-John Low was
6 o'clock lastevening, by
on him, at the corner o
str
Cououv-THuseDAy.-Bup
Judge Campbell-Jas. Cosg
This was an action to re
and battery. The defendant
the Bowery, and the plaint
other journeymen, turne
wages, and proceeded to t
with a view, as is alleged
unite with them in their
ant's foreman ordered th
bot en.y -tiaaet, and ha
ibthe later then ordered
still declined doing no, nd
at them with a piece of
plaintiff, and h
The Court charged that
enter into a combination
wages. But they have no
shop, to entice or intimid
ment, and any man on who
would have a right to put
refused to leave, but in
more force then was ne
therefore consider whether
full and fair notice to qui
defendant had used more
If he had, then the plainti
but if no more force was
then the defendant would
The jury, without leaving
dict for
In re Mrs. Elizabeth M'
iWo quirertdo having been
inquiring whether she wa
estate, the jury returned a
ing that she was of soun
upon, the writ
GENeRAL Sa3sBoNs-Befor
dermen Francis and Brisl
ed for manslaughter, in
Lyons, by shooting him i
porter house 806 Water st
nast, was
Philip Wetn was tried f
old watch and chain, va
f. Brennan, Captain of th
6th nit., an
CouxoN PisAS-Before
el W. Taber vs. Marshal
back money paid for a tick
ama to Ban Francisco, in
She not being there the pl
er vessel. In defence it is
ed not for himself, but a
Steamship Ca., and the
against them, and also tha
for the third voyage of th
menoed within a reasonable
tiff, subject to the opini
te
PoLlcT.-Lindsey Moore.
Curry were arrested yest
ward Kerrigan, of No. 4
charges them (and another
having assaulted him in
night, and robbed him o
locked up in default
Florence Meyer, residing
rested yesterday, charged
coin and bank bills, the p
meyer. of No. 191


pany might carry out this
the Pacific, by the help
money or land, or both
also have a shire in the dir
comp
The opinion is general
Congress will do nothing
this session, and thus the
year or two longer. Th
Senators far off from any
The New York mint bill h
in the House, and was ob
Philadelphi
The Pennsylvanians sa
have committed a breach of
bill, after the understand
the Pennsylvanians agree
line, if the New Yorkers
mint bill. It is stated he
come to Washington until
Let us refresh ourselves
mercial Advertiser of the
mences, Ac., Ae.-
We are exceedingly glad
Roman Catholic brother.
requited and unsuccessful
to believe in the rightful
over the whole habitable
temper at least) into whi
throw him, we have no d
tranquil atmosphere of
quite refreshing. The as
itself that this is the cas
long as our editorial outgi
refreshing zephyr upon hi
certain effervescent liquid
refresh his outer man, o
and controversial propen
meant of his being which
the just admeasurement o
as we receive assurance t
beneficially for our broth
submit to the loss intellec
refreshing influences, wh
" ourselves." But since o
the opinions of the Comm
freshing, why does he not
readers, and allow them
indulges himself with, an
mere commencement of ou
Liberty, at Home and Ab
unkind of our contemporary
world need refreshment, i
Freeman's Journal

W The charter of the
peay. Detroit, the tel
p-J


I


and every member
What, then, will be ga
will secure concurrence o
committee of tbe two H
such concurrence without t
those who oppose these r
the canals. This was unjus
more warmly in favor ot
They were the gl
He repelled the idea tha
able to compete with can
bear, raised to frighten
any danger that the im
would not be carried fo
of the haste embodied in
action would be f
Mr. FoznaTn was oppose
believed that the magnitu
ed that both branches of
separately. It would le
would say, however, that
in the canals as any man;
had always been the best
its policy of '85 had bee
meant, which he was in f
would ere this ba
Mr. O'Bniss did not beli
would take the subject
House. It still left the
tee in the hands of the S
tion of whatever plan was
He feared hostility to thi
and looked to anything, ra
rests of the canals. He t
would pass; asd pas' imm
might have ample t
The resolutions of the
(Mr. Loomis) referring th
relates to canals to the
in his remarks he said t
because it embraced a su
three committees. Here wa
Every one who had spoke
ions on the canals; but he
ion on the general subje
Mr. H4sTINGos followed in
but before concluding
IPonETANTv DecisioN -Th
day made a decision that i
er and remember. It settl
der our law any person ca
months from the time of th
tion of debt, and in his
moneys that have been
loser lihas six months to r
he fails to do so in that
sue for and put the cash
is new the law. We say
elections ies a great evil,
that any body can sue for
will do more than anything
tice.-Cotumbu

ACCIDnT ONK 1S BU
freight trains ca- ,- ,. f.
Railroad last evening, re
cars broken it Pieces. F
injured. The bale which
evening did not rams he
in censequenee ofthe aci
or.


md until 11 o'clock thi
charged by the Court, t g
abil
Judge Betts said, in subs
jeoet for congratulation t
for trial under oireumstan
sionate consideration. At
for whihob the defendant
much excitement in the
took place more than uone
oily, and about five month
be no apprehension of an
of the
They were to consider wh
offenceconstiluted by the
dictment was framed. The
after steam navigation ha
or more. There had been
volvieg the loss of numero
tion of property lo a vas
was at length induced to i
of the travel
It is evident that Congr
vention of three evils, fir
of steam vessels, second, t
and third, the mismanag
producing explosions, shi
hibited the enrolment or
without a certificate of in
no steam vessel shall be
waters of tae United Stat
under a peao
This law did not limit it
tion of the crew, but was
section of freight and pass
ter. They must be provi
tinguish fires, with boats,
case a boiler explodes or
who shall be injured, or lo
verdict in proof of tha
steamer stops, the safety
steam blown off. Manifes
impress upon the master
the safety valve whenev
You will see that Congr
strigently for the
It is upon the 12th secti
dictment in this case is f
you to determine is whe
shown enough in the eye
crime of manslaughter on
not to inquire whether t
any act with the wilful d
whether in consequence o
conduct of his. l
The words of the statute
natural sense. The degre
matters not, but if the ca
guilty in any degree of n
resulted, the c
We are then to consider
master. Was it his dot
steam was in the boiler, an
raised? It appears in e
grown up in the North rive
exercise a sort of indep
partment-that the pilot
the engineer in his, &Ac. ;
law to be, as in other vess
Sponsible for the general
If a duty is cast upon hi
law, he must be held sacc
an
It certainly is a great
the public mind ought to
ordinate officers are alone
in their respective depart
this act requires the own
capable and skilful subo
would be intolerable in e
were to be such a conflict
ter must be held responsib
less it be shown that his
obe
One great question that- ha
is whether you have a right
raise the satety valve. It
are not take that fact in
has been cited in which
Circuit Courts decided th
steam was notprimafci t
of the explosion. The ind
ever, was against
It was also urged by cou
the actdoes not require t
the head of steam is gre
boat was under headway.
nifestly erroneous. It ca
beat may be kept in motio
ble grade of steam, and
perilous pressure may be
designed to provide for
The question will be whe
fore you, the vessel was u
of steam previous to th
statute is peremptory tha
raised, and the captain mu
relieving the boiler. The
dence before you that thi
sary. That matters not, i
has chosen t
The captain cannot excuse
he relied upon the engine
opening the furnace door
safety valve. Nor is it a
no intention to c
The statute excludes all
there is no allegation of a
the defendant. It will be s
Iou find in the evidence
in consequence of any mi
hi
It is not necessary tha
standing by the engine all
pear that he had directed
whenever the vessel was s
valve. If he did not do s
ered guilty of the negli
sac
You must bear in mind, h
question is not merely w
irJbu was caused by that negle
consideration the state of
that the explosion was ca
under his control, if it a
of the evidence that the b
tion as to explode under
head of steam, then the de
In short, you are to dec
was owing to the defective
the negligence or misc
At half past twelve o'cl
charge of an officer, to
Broo
SuiciDns.-On Wednesday
ning, committed suicide at
in Johnson street, near Go
The deceased was a single
age, a farmer, and reside
States, being on a visit t
Correeoondence of ths
Wasurroro
General Case laments ove
in this country, and says t
will claim California, our
The portion of the people
Gen. Cass denounces as so
which disagrees with him
Monroe doctrine, and the
with England annually, as
meets. There is no patriot
general does not get much
Hale said yesterday, howev
for the general's course,
youthful temperament, and
will cool
The vote of the House
million scheme, whieh was
fidence in the Administra
by all the Flibustors, th
in the next Administrati
tration that would favo
Mr. Pierce must act ind
neer followers, or he may
of public
Dr. Gwin's project for a
with numerous branches, t
ceeding five thousand mil
today, and is almost univ
qplicated, expensive, an
The powerful effort of i


PorS Orr a O naTIon.
era! b a established for t
an office at Loon Lake, St
C. W. Brow
The offies at Shawsvill
Seneca Co., and Lyon's H
been disc
IUPOOTIN,) CATTLi.-Thb
the cattle growers of Ma
organized a cattle impor
Blstock, $10,i0, all taken
send one of their number
lectiona and purchases.
ing formed in Indiana, w
AnsivAx. oy Tan ANEas
Andesfrom Liverpool is o
left Liverpool on the 25t
reported that she put into
later intellige
CoaaINATIors.-The tel
formation of the appoi
Foote, of the Buffalo, Com
ohargeehip at Vienna, a
consulship
ARRIVtAL or TI CuSCaoKe
okee, Capt. Baxter, arrive
Orleans, and 5,4 days f
brings nothing new. We
Ser for h
WS The steam ship Uncl
day for Aspinwall,took ou
sengers,who are to take p
tez, at Panama for San F
Northern Light, for nan J
over five hundred. The
vessels can be found In a
SA letter from an off
ida says that Billy Bowl
the command ofhis tribe,
ing to their remo
g Twelve new cases of
among the emigrants for
at Savannah, but the dise
influence of mo

From tf u A v aiw
LEGISLATURE
SENATE-Thursda
QXGCKAL
The committee of the w
chair, took up the bill to
pository, in the
The question of the pro
these ladies under u special
The committee of the wh
allowing rail roa
The question was upon
Mr. 'rAITAB withdr
Mr. Muxao, who offered a
bill, making it a special ac
rou
Mr. BARTLar moved to
confining the amount of ca
&c. Adopted; Re
ASSEMBLY-Thur
ratri
prTIT
Messrs. Malburn, (60 na
Higgings, Kennedy, (lad
clergyman,) Jackson, (2. o
men and 1,687 ladies,) Wi
Perkins, Chatfield, (190,)
for the Maine Law. Mr. W
ance companies. Mr. D. G
Seminary. Mr. Carey, a
Main
NOTION O
Mr. KzwanD, to charter
the Northern Chr
Mr. NOBLt, to amend the
to land p
Mr. SvTwaT. to regulate s
Mr. J. E. ELY, to increa
and to elevate the
IgTsoDiroTI
Mr. MILLBe, for the form
form ine
Mr. T. OSGOOD, for the
chand
Mr. OsBoaN, to facilitate
adjoining
Mr. SavFoRD, relating
medi
MOTIONS AND
THE O
The House took up the S
joint committee
The motion pending was
mittee consists of three
fi
Mr. Looumis addr
He had come to a conclu
proposition. In the first p
prudence to the usual and
Hasty legislation was to
has standing committees t
The Constitution has divid
tinct bodies-acting sepa
This idea was founded in
departed from without sou
Rumor has given out the
resolution, viz: to borrow,
ten millions of dollars, t
within six years ; to imp
meet the principal in IS y
be borrowed at once, to cr
be placed in the bands of
three-fourths mill tax wil
de
To this plan be was ops
would be opposed by all s
er this was the plan or n
rumor gave it as tbe pla
legitimate committees be su
a plan ? Before he shou
wished to examine into t
the s
The great object was to
Would a debt and high to
not be better reached b
de
The legislation of the st
embarrassed our state fi
nues of the canal have fa
$900,000 to $225,000. Th
what is it? Let us find ou
as to render the canals s
that the legislation of th
the Western trade from t
this. If by State bountie
been able to compete wi
taxed the canal and rende
find a
He was disposed not to
the Erie Canal enlargeme
well for the sake of the c
to create an
If some grand scheme lik
should be reported late i
schente had been digeste
the state, and the majority
from it. But there will b
each House, and the comm
separately and independent
plan, let him present it.
fund for banks, let him s
banking committee of his
it up thus covertly, to
associates. He had no host
not wish to create a state
if we did, he could see n
ing the debt of the state.
used to break down the s
constitution, he wished to
Another reason infloenc
proposition. It combine
you could combine banks,
people may well dread ih
ers and workingmen will
represented i
He did not wish to make
but to throw out his own
hoping that they might a
a fearful
Mr. Isgalls opposed the
terfered with what had b
gislation. He had hear
him to change his opinion
any. The House has its r
Have gentlemen no confide
There is no stronger can


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Tim WOS ow DaMs.
vorably.we think, for the
lional feeling of the ispe
Mesers. Mitie, Brown &
upon to issue the sixr
works. We have been siru
opinion expressed by a
Philadelphia, In a discou
Webster, that" the best
ilg our young men, is to
works of this great stat
mark upon the influence
feel ibta I have rendered
vice, which may have be
commendation to give it
hold b
From general convict
pressed, in addition to t
lelligent reader who one
of any of Mr. Websiei's sep
from the imporlance of
soundness and force ol th
the charm of the style a
have no doubt that thes
wider circulation and a
than those of any other
cellent manner in which t
the reasonableness of th
general ci
We learn that an idea ha
extent that the edition a
Mr. Everett, may be herea
and more complete edition
edition was compiled and
linrg thbe life-time of Mr. W
once which he could saurd
and no new edition can s
be a further publication o
lanes, it will be in the f
in no degree impair the va
but would lend to in
In confirmation of this
publish the following le
Bier, one of the Executor
BOsTON, Jan
SMessrs. LTrLr
Centlemen- bal.re been
inquiries are made of you
your edition of M
The present volumes, e
published by you, contai
1852, which" was Intended
tire public
It is probable tIhat one
pondence may hereafter b
in the same stylewith y
not be considered as define
is certain that no public
will render your edition
diminish its value. Y
FANrcuian
FIltz.-Aboutlfouro'clook
discovered i a building.
near Gay, belonging to Mr
photographic inltilute by
ly arrival of several fire
suppressed before any co
sued. A German lady, ap
aged, was rescued in a sta
suffocation she had endur
occupied as a trimming
Gibbs & Smith, took fire
the division wall, and wa
considerable portion of t
fireand water, and their
second story injured to
S. suffered a severe nlos
curecos of $4800 in the
The house was injured to
the upper stories; it is
loss is covered by insure
27mr
T7euredag.
FIan.-Last evening, about
out in the lace and dry g
South Pearl and Division
Dundee Warehouse, kp
Kaichen. Mr. Blochs fa
over the store, and the fl
so suddenly that a servant
persons at home at the ti
their escape. The terms
and having a plentiful sup
the flames in a very shor
nearly the entire stock
was destroyed. They ware
Hartford Protection Co.,a
burgh Co. The building
was insured in the Loneg
$1,000. The store was clo
the fire broke out,and it
Atas, 20t.
DuAT o0 A Nw OIAmI
to learn that a telegraphi
terday afternoon, from Mo
of Mr John Hurley, long
opectable merchant, aid e
ley had long been in bad
to Blaydin Springs, whe
alleviation of his disea
cerelylamented by those
ling good qualities of he

A NovEL LAw Suit.-We
ago the escape ofagrizzly
of the Stonington Rail
through his cage, and brea
his escape, and took to t
terwards shot. The owner
gees of the railroad, and h
shall institute legal p

W The Buffalo Bough No
liable authority, that P
Falls, in connection with
erect, during the ensuing
on the corner of Main and
Lee & Co'a Bank and
FeagT PAGE.-Marine unt
Secretary of the Navy-Fi
Ylora--Mtsadcianeoot A
Sales of Real Estate
FOURTH PAOB
Business
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svee.-BITCHCOCK A LBADB
have made the greatest purch
guarantee to be fTree from da
The Ladles can take the beoi
rest they have a splended lot
cents a yard.
W Iece BAIomon wish fa
Raising Patent flour to obser
by adding in the proportloh of,
ter ormilk to three pounds of
-just sufficIent to thorough
atelyin a deep pan. not aore
heated oven. The flour sho
measured, for sake of accuracy


What to Observe at the Bedsid
Caess Publlhtd under the aut
of Medical Observation, In on
Imo, ex
Did not the perusal af the wo
have of it. the names of Dr.
Dr. Ballard, as the editor of
self have saisfed us that it
racy. Few. besides those mor
the progress of the book, are
*he work it dependent upon th
ed upop It t- Dr Ballard. wh
gaged for a length of time aft
of the cmmtttee. in perfeotin
for the presm. We need not c
whole reflects the hibheet cred
metioned, but upon all thoes
In conclusion. we are convin
work will be almost necesasary
lon--thiat it will be found indi
sicia. the pathologist, the m
the medical student.-

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CONSOLATION-In Discourses
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published by OHARLES SCR
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AT hE now In store
mick of FALL hAN
edlnrls l style and q
bibteir rt
Glo
in great varife, and adnt
son. A
CBAVAT.ISCARIS. D
tLAN

SPRI.?G IMP
For 'len
WILSOIN Q..
Non. 80 and 89
IMPOnTKEU & WHL
CLOT'HIIK
1Ia NOW IN S Wl. lo
G HEBMAM.CFEHa&R Ar
DA P FT QUEEUN
MUie dard Clouded Ot
OA6RBE Tsrrllif.
BLAT bL1NibN T Y
F~nc odI aRndL
FRENCH and BABNL
Wike. Buffand Fnc
2AlLNfl. 8ES. TtL
TAI-COLOR
ALSO-AlvJa llb store, a
Clothi. Castilm
R ItCH FWR
.1-
UTe0nj)OMuloltteasthe
wV mwl mand mannlfaent.a
SU ETlk/ R1 ol oiwn ow
any. Black Walnn,
bie. lari e ic e ipinriatin
NITU~gi
Jan lS4 "4t
1The Mallaeel
NEW TORK01Oj1. 'tco
TEEIRSTitUs. AID No
batel iet
rTHE MAGNETICl TlLhk
purple of the rntler ac
ik iwite h t hL.
ad enable iter asgeom
gromptaude ad mesaaeea tha
evy e p. ndimre lor contr
ae and Tetemraihtn Ws
ye n Dactive op. raton
o othe f Cy o W&UINO
wltlhO.1earfrom EW Y
bu'r er Irem P4lude1tt
r'0ilUN : by the other line
are two wires the wholm dt
tionIat Wilingitonw. Tre
Newark. Jereey Oty. Hav
New [
WIth SVEN wrRzE.a&above
prone puelelvery. ihis Company
avail hemsilves of the onea
of oomnmunleatlni wite person
tut cities. an extentof mea
other ane Lhi
TELEGBAPdtINCG. but recent
a ustrmaiie and rrellable md
of handreds of thousands of
Ihroulih
PRICE-For the trnmtmlon
dive of date. address and ,i
made) the orieeare from
om. to PIILADELPHIIA
MORE or WASHINGOTON Ari
IL to 10 VP W_
Wa. _.W WlBMV__n. Sup
WINTER D
MUUUDSIIIIE~RAB~ bare en
tu~aoriTaPLe ANDtind
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kw'd b~~agttBTJf moBOUTEr
7,S&TM 1IOLOIDV1

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&. a. Jo'^
OreT( 600fidi

cal necalBSti
A h l stock. which Inclu
f alhmson. and TxR

16 U. OMERINr. ,CA
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Lovt.itii Ir
1OO PBINT I A




rDePAwoe and bahawby cahse.



n..er nii own supei-vi.lo.
by elevating his pernnal at
of hI In1t:ruMent. whinh
rivad. e lil e Feavor




lUon. son resaecifuliy aolici
mor amuten,. and l0e pR
PDefinanufce Salary
H WOHCEY3T9M offers for s
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bruol s reod and ianety ases.




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phiantl witbmeow. In thos an
mnrlber to re udnendia a ti
ohe. are tspetoly aetfiol
Patent IMPENETRABLE DEFI
tled Amlare Lunmbr of thb e
Dei-e l




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perfect aecrhy which :h-y afi
most sk lil buasars. itherb
koKpick,, or drilip. toxtthrr
Olthe nIK) vura~i ormainul





lBe e atimation, and ie confi
pertort o ANT LOC
Safe onLtlll i t, iabl h t
ma Record (rO.d Bteae.oa
SakoVault Doer. Psiate Lbs -
hand fcrmae. and mad le, order
intl n tstedri tioa
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FOR
fH ODERIS BUILT 1
Jn. B AND LOT. Nores Je
inors Se at~ of eehod arena
nont ebetni bdelond rose b
ld han bee. oucupted by ibe
rie the Croton water nJ
prYANaTito IANL
An L. & GEOR
hdre. Ti AmD 7o
OLe I .Im


fWSYAbr ,t w, low pric
jVvperior OAWt4A one .a
I IB Ich ardvas. Warrant
another
Htmto anyft
Lo. HPDUCK.el fthe m
ACCOUNT B8
EIHaIAMMTIOPING N
[WE Nwlrmsa 19to opera
Jan U ANSTICE.
WILLIAM
MARVFAOTISKKK
ANurniture an
MI ALL IT
WiWbolmele
0O. M BOWEYT AND
3J AVW. e reed a large wo
fjl die Sower, connecting i
now prepared frecvelvi
Hoteo private Dwelhnea.m pb
and ShlU withV URNI roUi
dmserlvfdon ; and he Itflatter
onmesee. that those In wsnt of
ion of his large and vari
O ier work. andthe prloes. wil
EItabimhment Ir bring crio
itippinog d AnL to any sam
Gentlesnens' F
Ware
John s M. Da
t0o WLli
IMPORTERS AD M/At
U0IB NDMA fOfIH
IIE BoB, RYA A U R
tiention of putcaser to thr
FOKTaD and MANU ACTT L
Long Island
CAPITAL 200.
WITH A LAR
Office no 41 Faullon
BpUUMINGS. MBHUAND
"Property enerally. In
TIlm Company has been unln
The lost twenty Ieam and h
No w York ires orIl.-ie and
Sney owo their ecape fTom the
loee. 10in the st7em wihtlh th
and muattarig
AN losm which the tUompay
e4 and paid with tleitr
DIARIO
H. Jr LC i n iarlef i
0_O.r dre!. JGah El Pr
DMAirOs John Pchea
Jel A. Y We M.
R Yetwerlon. Winalt
&A YTalor. Nestih
.W. BirdM l B.w. )e
mti-th Woodul. 0.
R. V. W. Them
Jan Is 1.0
GirocersJ Fire
NO. 1 WALL. CO
CAPITAL 100
Tan electIon held s
wore apoclnteo Drte
Ag year:



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STEAM TO PARAGU
CIRC
New Yoes, Dece
The UtTniTa STATrS AND PAt
PAne, having been formed with
talt a steamihlp of strength
purchased by them, and will le
La Plata. and ascend its upper
carrying freight and passenge
favorable inducements from
Bolivia.Ac. Connected with th
ly commercial character. The
Company have most of the n un
ducina American Manufactures
first time In many years having
advantages of a foreign comme
natural products of South Ameri
change them for those
We are, therefore. Instrncted
Navigation Company to say t
steamer and sailing vesels,
reception of sample and other
the agents of the company In
at points hitherto having no di
Sta
The company will account for
tain orders for selmilar goods
steamer will sail In a few wee
requested to this circular, I
LITINGSTON, WELL
Jan i1-It

LACKAWAN
THE DELAWARE AND H
are receiving orders for
in good condition, for Steam
purpose& by the cargo or mall
at Rondout. or In the harbor o
by c
Apply at the Offices of th
or at their Yards, foot of Hub
Greenwich streets. corner of
York-and in FURMAN street, n
Brooklyn.

Cleveland. Coln
natl Rail R
DIVIDE D
A SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEN
on the Capital Stock of this C
of the iix months ending on th
mo. has been declared, payabl
proximo, to stockholders regis
Agency, at the office of W
Wall street. New York, and at
holders. By order of t
J. P. RANDY
Cleveland. Ohio, J
ian 21-.2t
C. C, P
REAL ESTA
No. 6 NAssauv arat-Off
Stores, Dwellings anid Lots Re
ed, and if desired guaranty
Ioden. All repeirs .super
paid to Insuraboe,
ments, wit
1-Referencesof the first r

Instruction, Hea
AT THE METROPOLITAN
BICIUM, No. 93 and 95 SIXT
Square. Particulars obtained
orby addreabing a note t
j21. eew Vi.e President a
Messrs. lasset
PRIVATE DAY SL
NO. s WsT 282WH STR
Instruction In the ClassIcs
English. French and
Number of Pupils
Terms-t150 for the Schola
The Second Session of fiv
DAY, Feb. 1,18.

AUBURN P
THRKE-PLY AND
OARHART AM NY]L Manufacture
Improved In FABRIC and STYL
the marketL. For sas for ca
Agent.
Jan 14-1w 44 and 446

FOR CHAPP
T
PusRE OLD
Can be had for trial In packa
HULL'S 8018 Muufaotory. 10%
Oblten. c
Havtno tried the OLD P
twnt oar ef TOILBiibOA
W which arel wsS hu0w
prtweeahie o ATIJ
M",08,5dooll S.


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