Newspaper of The New York Herald, December 28, 1842, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated December 28, 1842 Page 1
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TH Vol. VIII.?Mo. 34V.?Whole No. 83110. To the Public. In congratulating our reader*, patroni, advertisers and tha public in general, on the glorious advent of the birth day of our Lord and Savior, we sincerely assure them ol the feelings ef gratitude that we feel for the unexampled support and patronage extended toward* the Herald, not only during the last year, but ever since its establishment In May, 1835. In the space of time that has elapsed since the organization of this establishment, no newspaper ever passed through such a fiery trial of attacks, abuse, libels, and atrocious calumnies, as we have experienced. Yet in the midit or men ml*represei"?uuu, we nave prospered 10 our heart'* content, and overcome every abitocle made to our progress. We have at this moment, the latgeet, the 6 eet, and the most respectable circulation of any newspaper in How York?and our advertising patronage i* so great, that we have difficulty to find room for the favors of our generous patrons. In proof oi this we annex the following documents, which speak to the mind at once :? Ntw Yos* HeaAi.n ) Sen Omen, N. Y., > , J Orricc, Nov. 1, 164:1. ] Aug.-19, 1643. } Vimsi. Pzhsse ik Bhuok* : Mr. H. V Burnca :? Gektlkmkn :? Sia .? Please to deliver at the Please deliver at the Sun Herald Office, New York Office, N. Y., Jive hundred Seven hundred and fifty reala* of paper per week, for reams per week of the small six months from the 16th of sized puper 33 X33?for the October, 1613, to be of this Daily Herald. quality, size and weight, the Also 60 reams per week of same to be paid for in cash the large sized 33 X46 for the every two weeks. Weekly Herald,for one year M. Y. BEACH, from this date, to be oi quali- I accept the above order, ty equal to this specimen? and agree to furnish the paPayments to be made each per accordingly, week in cash, in full for that H. V. BUTLER, week. Aug. 31,1843. UJAMF.S O. BENNETT. Witness, M. S. Beach I We accent the above orderand will deliver it as directed. PERSSE Sc BROOKS, No. 61 Liberty street. Jimzs Rows, , Witaeeeee. Samuel Bcmais, \ It has been well known that the Sun newspaper, in consequence of its cheapness, had for several years the largest circulation in New York. This circulation, from obvious causes, has diminished very much of late, and is now hardly half of what it has been in former years. As a natural consequence, its advertising patronage has diminished in a like ratio, as may be seen by looking at its columns. The evidence of the decline in its circulation is exhibited in the contract with Mr. Butler, published by Mr. Beach himself, as contrasted with our contract made withPersse Si Brooks. Now, Mr. Butler, like Persse & Brooks, is a highly respectable man, and a good paper manufacturer? although the paper he ruraiahea to the Sun is of a cheaper, and ol course a worse quality than what we have invariably used for the Heiald. It U evident from these contracts, that we consume about ana-third mart paper par week than Mr. Beach of the Sun, and accordingly our circulation is, in the came ratio, more extensive. The nature of this circulation is also different. The Sun circulates among the poor principally?but ours among the higher and more educated classes?particu' larly the clerical, financial, literary, and commercial. Our advertising patronage has also increased much?as it must naturally do among a business and intelligent people, capable of seeing their best and truest Interests. By inspecting the Sun, it will be seen that whole columns consist of old advertisements, stuck in to fill up space? while other columns contain silly love stories, instead oi the important news of the day, which they seldom publish till the day alter. These are the facta ?but we do not blame Mr. Beach for this decay. Necessity compels him?and necessity has no law. He has neglected his newspaper entirely for the last two yean?and has turned his attention, probably to whathe thought abetter business. His place has been changed into a broker's office, for shaviag Jacksonville notes, Ulster notes, and Malone notes, all known under the name of" Beach leaves." He has alse united with the business of a " money changer," that of a small shop for i the sale of the cheap literature of the day. Probably he i s moo run into tneve iw? of husineas in anticipation of the setting of the Sun, which has suffered awfhllyof late from the combined energy of the other penny and two-penny press, in collecting early news. These facts present the true state of the case to the public. There can be no mistake in the documents of Mr. Butler and V1p?pM,. f, RrnoVs? and henceforth the nuhlir. will know the cause why the Herald has becomathe principal organ Tor the cash business advertising in New York. We leave all the credit business to the Wall street press. For the favors we have received we return our thanks, and hope by our industry aad independence to merit a continuance hereafter of the like kindnesses, always with the cash in advance. A merry Christmas to all. JAMES GORDON BENNETT. ""ftp h i S'TTaR RANG EM E N T PUlTlStf. ml m.Ml OLLH^ABLI^HEI) EMIGRANT PASriA&E OFFICE. PA No. SI SOUTH STREET, N. Y. 9SAGE to and from Great Britain and Ireland by the re* rdar line of pickets, saiiug on the lit. 7lh, 13th, 1Kb and ? or rsrh mnnlh. The old Bn*k Bull line of packets sre ss follows:? Ship NEW YORK C?pi*in Cropper, " CA MRltlbOE, Gii't'in Bintow, " COLUMBUS. Captain Cole, " EL RtlPk", Captain Ember, " S11UTH A MfcltlC \tpiain Bailey, " bOMTH AVI* BICA Ciptaiu Lowber, " ENGLAND. Captain Waite, " OXI"OKD, Ca tain Rathbone. NEW LINE, via: Ship HOSCIU9, Cartsin Coilina, " HIDDONH, Captain C?hl>, " SHERIDAN, Captain D' pevatar, " GaRRICK Skiddy, " SOU rHERNER,C?p?ie Palmer, " KO 'HEsTKH, Cantain Woodhooae, " HO rXINGU AH, Cantnin Baraley. " LIVERPOOL, (new) CapUin Eldridfe. Tba Commercial Line u rompoaed of lorty anperior. fait (ailing ahipt, all commanded by men of great esperience. First cl laa ah'pa will al-o be de-pa ched from Liverpool to Bo'ton, New Orleana and Mobile, three titnea per month; to Baltimore, Charleston and Savannah, twice a month; to the different porta in Butiah Noith America weekly. 1 heanhacriber, in miking known liia arramremenu far the year 1141, to rail the attention of those persona residing in the United Slates and Canada, who with to send l?r their friends to come fro n Em-land, Irclan I, Scotland and Wales, that they can alwart he acc lmm^dated by tne line ol packet ahipa sailing as abeve; and in order to give more fae Itty and qniek despatch to ihe emigrant, nyat claaa wtl'-known American ships, comjtri?irg the ('ommerttal Line will, in adtliiion to the pickets, be dea|iatchrd by his Liverpool aarnts, every thiee or four days dlimit the season, thereby avoiding any detention. Those ending for their frienda may real aainred hst every thing connected With l is business will b- eieculi d witti his nsnal promptness. With theseatrsngi merits the subscriber hopes to command a preference for this line, and a continuation of ihe l-nnlic patrnnase vshiih his been so liberally bestowed for many years past; and tu all caaea when parties decline coming the money is reloaded, os customary : a free passage ran also Viw aarustwil lur . leumlnistt fvAVV1 llt<a ill (fbrt III IlAft in Ipplllttl and S otland 10 Liverpool. Kemitraucet and Ltralia?With regard to hii arrangements for i he | aytneut of hit drafts, they ere iuch as to warrant every satisfaction, and are paid at all ihe banking house* on demand, thronrlioutOreai Britain and Ireland. 'I hoee |.eraoiu, therefoie, throughout 'he United State, who with to remit money to their Irleuda residing in any part of the United Kintdom, will ple?ee notice oil the receipt of ihe amount here, with name and audreaa of the party to receive it, a draft for the amount at i.he rate of $5 per poaud sterling, will be forwarded per ateam ahipa or l>y p-skd ihip. and a receipt or dnplieate of tame retnmed through the pott office. For further particulars apply, (if by letter poet paid) to JOHN HKRDMAN.Sl South atreet, or J *. RitBINeON, Ooiee Piatiaa, - . a Dd N'Bfnne at. Wautloo Ooch, Liverpool. In (Jeotlard? Mr?sra D ant r 1 Wright* Co., Olasgow. In Ifelaiid-Uinnii Del-nr. r^q., Bnbltn; Meaara. Joieph Allen k Co , Belfast; Mr. W?. Cairns, Londonderry; A. Mar ray. E n . Cork. d'Jec jBfc" ' 'JSt Ml L1Vk JIPOOL PACKETS. [Sailing from Liverpool on the 7th and 19th of every month 1 Persona wi? hiug to send to the Old Country for their fiiend* can make the necessary arrangements with the subscribers, and ha eg t hem came out it thin sitnriior ulna of Packets, sailing from L ivertwol, uttctnally on the 7lh and I Tib of every month. Tl ey will also have a Prat rate rlaaaof American trading ahipa, sailing every sis days, thereby affording weekly contmantcation Irom that port. One of the firm ( Mr. Jamra D. Rochet is there, te see that thay shall be forwarded with care and despatch. Should the partiea agreed for not come out. the money will be returned to those who paid it hera, without any reduction. Trie Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, comprise the following magnificent Ships, vii:? The llXKOBI), tfheNF.WYOHK, t.VMBBIUUS., UHLiUiVlUUM. EUROPE, BOUTH AMERICA, K.NOLAND, NOKTH AMERICA. With such superior and nneqnalled ai tange meats, the subscribers eonfhl. ntly look forward for a continuance of that support which Ism boon attended to them so many years, for which they are grateful ! Those proeeedirw, or remitttrir money to their relatises, can at all limes obtain Drafts at sight for any amount, diawn direct on the Koyal Bmh ?.f Ireland, I)nl> tin, also oa Messrs. PREBCOlT, OKO 1 E. AME8 It CO B inkers, London, which will be paid on demand at any of the Banks, or their I Blanches, in all the principal towns throughout England, Ireland, Scoilan-' and Wales. A?..v.o?dd.-.ttrbj,^-;trtss&m s CO ti f nlioii stre' r, New York, nest door to the Fulton Bank. N. The Old Lina of Liverpool Packet* sail Irom thla poll for L-ivrri onl on the 1st sod ifth of each mouth. Parties retnrtiiug to the old country will fi id it to th?ir comfort and y' sdv tntaga to select this laronta Line lor their conveyance, in prefersaoe to any other. dJ7 r fc m 4 E NE NEW 1 I LOUISIANA AND^KW^VOBK^UNE OB PACKET*. M. &&ji m m rorlh^??ifi?r accomroodaiioi^of slupfters, ir i^uteuled to lrs??atcn a ship from this "ort on the 111, 5th, lOili, 15th. 20th, Mad -5CJi uf each month, com eiiciujc ihe 10th October and cohtiuujig until May, whru regdiar days will be appointed for the re will b? prevented during th<- summer months. Th? following ihips wi>| commence litis air.tuj,, meut : 8"'P VA2QO. Cantsrn Cornell, fillip OCONEE. Ceptaiu J ick?oii. Ship MISSISSIrPI, C?pt?iii Hilliard. Ship LOUISVILLE, Captain Hunt. Shi,. SHAKSPEARfe, Cepuio Miner. Ship GASTON. Captain Luliain Bhip HUNTSVlLLE, Captain Mumford. Ship OCMULOEE. Captain Lntin. Snip NASHVILLE, Captain Dickinson fih^i MEMPHIS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mulford. These ships were ail built in the city of New Vork, ei|>tesafor packets, are of light draft of water, hare recently breD wly rofipered and put in splendid order-with accommodations tor pasts-inters nnr |e*lled lor comfort. They are commanded by eiperienced masters, who will make rvery eieruen to giTr rrurral satisfaction. They will at all Umca be towed up and lown the Mississippi by sieamDost*. Neitlrer the owuera or capcaitu of these ships will be rrtponaitile fur jewelry, bullion. precious atonei, silver or plated ware, ir for any Utters, parcel or package, seal ky e rpst cu board ol them, unlets regvltr tills ?f ratling are taken for the same ,\nd the value theteon expressed. Vet freight or passage, apply t. K. COLLINS It CO.. 46 South it., or HULLIN It WOODRUFF, Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all goode to their address. The ships of this line are warranted to sail punctually as advertised, and great care will be taken to have the goods correcty measured. mi NEW LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. r? ailfrom New York ou the 25th and Liverpool on the 11th o( tack men Ik. m m. m. Faex Nrw Yon*. Ship GARRICK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, 15th October. Shin ROfiCIUS, Captain John Collins, 15th November. Ship 8IDDON8. Captain E. B. Cobb, 15th December. Ship 8HEK1DAN, Captain F. A. Dept ysier, 15ui January. Kuom LiWHroeL. Ship 8IDDON8, Captain E. B. Cobb, ISth October. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Depeyster, 13th Novem'r. Ship GARltICK, Captain Wm. skiddy. 13th December. Ship ROfiCIUS. Captain John Collins, :3lh January These shll>s are all ol the fuel class, iinwartla ol ISM tens, built id the city of New York, with ancli improvements as combine (real speed with unusual comfort for jimiingsiri Every care 'iaj been taken in the arraugement of their accommodations. The pace of passage hence it (100, for which ample stores ? ill ae provided. These ahi|ia are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to five general satislac ion Neither the captains or owners of the ships will be responsible for ai y letters, parcels or packages sent by them, unless regular b 'Is of lading are signed therefor. For freight 01 passage, apply to K. K. COLLINS At CO., 56 Sooth st., New York, or to WM. & JAS. fcROWN It CO., Liverpool. Letters by the packets will becfarged I2R cents per single sheet: 50 cents |>cr ounce, and newspapers I cctit each. ol OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS. C of Pwl^^^^Liverpo^^^^^eafter be I l despatched in the following order, excepting that when the Lay of sailing falls on Sunday, the ships will sail on the succeedug day. For New York. For Liverpool. The SOUTH AMERICA, (June 1 July 19 616 tons, ' Oct 1 Nov 19 D.O.Bailey, I Feb 1 Mar 19 The ENGLAND, ( June 19 Aug 7 756 tons, ' Oct 19 Dee 7 B. L. Waits. ('Feb 19 April 7 The OXFORD, (July 1 Aug 19 900 tons, 'Nor 1 Dec 19 J.Kathbone, l March 1 April 19 The EUROPE, ( July 19 9ept 7 (10 tons, ' Nov 19 Jan 7 E. O. MbrshaH Mar 19 May 7 The NORTH AMERICA, (Aug 1 Sept 19 (II tons. ' Dec 1 Jan 19 A. B. Lowber.l April 1 May 19 The NEW YORK, i Aug 19 Oct 7 900 tons, ' Dec 19 Feb 7 T. B. Cropper. April 19 June 7 The CAMBRIDGE, [Sept 1 Oct 17 150 tons, 'Jan 1 Feb 17 W. C Barstow.l May 1 June 19 The COLUMBL8, Sept 19 Nov 9 700 tons, ',Jan 19 Mar 9 G. A. Cole. May 19 July 7 Punctuality, as legards the day of sailing, will be observed at heretofore. The Price of passage outward is now fixed at One Hundred Dollars, for whicn ample stores of ever* description wi(l be provided, with the exception of wines and liquors, which will be furnished by the sic wards. GOOD1IUE Ik CO . 61 South St., C. H. MARSHALL, 38 Burling-slip, N. Y je7( 1 vh BARING BROTHERS It CO.. Lspool. TAPSCOTT'S GENERAL PASSAGE OFFICE, 43 PECK SLIP, NEW YORK. M. The subscribers beg to call the attention of their Inrnds and the public generally, to their sanai^ur aimngemeuu foe b???*?inr mrt pasvenceis from, and remitting money to, any par* of England, In lai d, Scotland or Wales, in Lie magnificent packet rhiiis, compriainc the - NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS," V1Z.:Ship HOSC1U8, Capt. Collins. Ship SIDUOVS.CajiUin Cobb. Ship SHfcRIOAN, Captain Depeyater. Ship OARR1' K,' sprain SLidJy. New ship HOTTINOUKR, Captain Bnrsley. Ship SOUTHERNER, Captain Woodhouic. Ship ROCHESTER.Captain Palmer. New ship LIVERPOi'L.Captiii' Kblredge. Sailing twice every month; ind with the" UNITED LINE," composed of superior fir?t class Amarican ships, sailing every ten davs, will make five ships iu each month throughout the Sear, (or one every six dais) thereby pievcnting the possi ility of ouneressary datrniwu. Persons wishing to send for ibeir friend", will not fail to see ihe advantages to be derived Itom selecting this line iu preference to any other, and they may rest assured that unusual carc will be taken to make he imstage agieeib'e, the sniiw being fitted up with an eye solely to the com'ortof passengers. Iu all cases where the parties sent for decliae Cuming, the money will be refund d without any deduction, aa usual. A free passage from the vshous seaports of Ireland and Scotland, can also be seenred. REMITTANCES. Persons in the country wishing to send money to their friends by enclosing the sum they wish sent, with the name and address of the parties t? receive ir, m.y rely on a draft for the amount being forwarded per first picket, after the receipt mereof. and an acknowledgement far the same returned ncr mail. Dr-rfts at sight, for any amount, are payable on demand, without discount t.r any oh r charge, at the National and Provincial B tnlis of Ireta d and br unties, Eastern Uiufc of Scotland, Greenock. and their branches, Mrufi. J,met Ro't, Son fcCo., Bankers, Loudon, Eichinge and Discount Bank, Lia erpool, and in < very pri- cipal town of Great Bri ain and Ireland. Further puticulars known on application, if by letter, post paid, to diy r W. fc J. T. TAPSC.OTT. 41 Peek Slip. N. York. undt^^mad ahitis will be legujarly dispatched from hence and troin Marseilles on the lat of each monih during the year, thus? From New York. Marseille*. MINERVA, Capt Brown, Nal. Jan 1 H'KV THOMPSON, Cap Sylvester, Dec 1. Feb 1 COURIER, Cant Dugan, Jan 1. Marl TRESOOtT, Capt Lawrence, Feb 1. Apl 1 HELLESPONT, Capt Adama, Marl. Mayl COKIOLANUS, Cap Haile, Apl 1. Jun I They are all copperas and copper fastened,and have excellent accommodations for passengersThe price of cabin passage will be $IM, exclusive of wines and luiaora. Gooda addressed to BOYD fc HINCKF.N, the a gents, will be forwarded free of other haigea than those actually paid. For freight or paaaage apply to O. BROOM k CO.. or to _o22r BOYD fc HINCKEN, Agent*. xjgp- packet for Marseilles, i?t jauuary? krffVThe Ship COURIER, Capta n Duvgsn. Apply to ifflnlr 8. BROOM k CI), Ji7r or to BOYD h H INC KEN. Agents. KOH LIVERPOOL.?positively First Packet ? kff JnfcTlie *pleniHd fast tailing well known uacket ship iflMkifinSOUTHEKNEU. Captain Palmer, will tail positively as above, her regular day. The ships of this liue are all 1000 tons burthen, snd upwards, and their accommodations lor cabiu, second cabin and steerage passengers, it it well known, are tniierior to any other liue of (rackets. For pataage, early application should he made to W.kJ.T. TAPSCO I T. 43 Peca Slip, ror. South st. The SOUTHERNER leaves Liverpool on the Oth February, IS43. wishing to send for their friends, to come ont in the above splendid ship, or any of <he regular line, ran make the iirrestary arrangements on reasonable trrme ; and iho e wishing to money can have diatta for any amount, p-yable on demand, in all the principal towns of Gn-tt Britain and Ireland, on application as above. iIOTt FOR LIVERreOL-Packet of tk* '(h January, (HVk 1813?The splendid new packet ship ASH BURTON, JMAfaCapC Huttieston, will tali ae above, her regular day. Ha-lug m?l enperb accommodation* for cabin, second cabin and alee rage passengers. Persons wishimrto embaak should mage early application on board, foot of Maiden Lane, or to JOSEPH McMURRAY, 188 Pine eorncr of South sirrct. P 9?The above will be tnereeded by the packet ship Stephen Whitney, and sail en the 18th of Jinuavy, 1848. Persons wishing to tend for theirfrieedt residing in (he eld conntry can have ihem brought ont by eithei of the above ship*, or any of the regular pwkett, by applying at above, if by letter peat paid. d?l in jv? rcs. ii'irityY iim iiAvir? it?a.j i . ?"Pi. jflLfflEj*' v^"ioTrt 1'nc.IN " ' No 9 Tontine Buildings. '<SIL "DRAFTS ON IKELANI), ke ?The subscribers }?UVcontinue to give drafts payable on demand, without AHBfadi.count, or any charge whatsoever. iiM lHa.LA.ND?Tlie National Bank of Ireland, the Provin' ie.l Bank of Ireland, and iheir oranchea in erery coouty. IN ENGLAND AND WALES? Meaara. Jamca Unit, Sou k lo., bankers, London, the Eaciange and Discount Bank, Liverpool,and their br.eehe< throughout England and Walea. I.N SCOTLAND?The Eastern Bauk 01 Scotland, the li'er nock Banking Company, and liranchea in the principal towns; Sir Wm. Fork... Hunter It Co. lersoui in the country within* to remit money to their fnei.da in any part of England, Ireland, Scotland, or Walet, by enclosing the amonut ihty with to remit to the aubacribtra. with the rant and address of tka partiea to whom it lato be tent. A draft for tha amount will be forwarded iht fi at packet after the receipt thereof, and aeknowladgement of the aame returned per Kmt poat. r .11 r W fc I T. TAPBCOTT. a* Peck.lin, New York. FRANCIS' PATENT LI#f BUATB. THE object of this invention is i>> M.t human life. H fly T** ?' P???'n?er.?nd oiher paraona tared by JMMtathe'* boat" from wrecks in norma when the ordinary Boat, .wami ed ia oyer 1J?. The nu-iberof petaoDi drowtr ed fir want of the Life Boata at the burnt a and wiuekmaof ateamboais and other vtsselv ia according to account* ( ubluhrd the paat month over U6. Itia impoaaible to twamp this boat The price variea from tH to to $t#C, aicording to the number ol peraona they are required to rarry, with tha Bottom afore in. l i t cla-a of boats lor picking up men falling orerbo.ird, are ao light as to require hut two men to handle them, and ky the new apparatus nn be *et ia th* tlie water in M aeconda, with two men iu her ready fer the rescue Aa the aefcty of vessels at sea ..epeuda mainly on the services of tha crew, this class of boata ia inteudeu lor their preservation. Office of FHANCI8' Patent Life Boat 7 Wall at, nt At Adaaaa It Ca.'aEipraaa Office. ,W Y< ifORK, WEDNESDAY M sew Jersey "raTlroad and transportation company. new york and newark. fraflg? -jgEfefrrare rcdurcu to 41 ncntn. from Lie loot of CwnnUiuitttrtet, New York. (k'.very day?Sunday ?in<cjKrd.) I.eave* New Yoik Leave* Newark it ? A. M. At : P. M. At T,Va A. M. At I* f- M "H uo. 4 Oo. I do. JX <10. do. 9 do. 6 do. 7 do. II U do. ON SUNDAYS. Fiom the foot ol Ceurtlaudt street. Leave Nrw York, Leave Newairk. At A. M. and ?X P. M. At IW P. M. and It P. M. NEW YORK, ELIZABETH TOWN. Leave New York. Leave Elixaberh Town. 8 A. M. 7 A. M. ? P.M. ts A.M. 2X " 1?X A. M. *% P. M. IX MJ P. M. 9H " The trtina for Weal field. Plaiofield. Bouudbrook, Somerville, kc., conuecl with the 9 A M, 1 anu 4Jk P M traina Iroin New Yoik, daily, Sundays eseepted. Fare between New York and Elisabeth Towu25 centa. Fare between do and Somerville. 7S cent*. NEW YORK. RAHWAY AND NET* BRUNSWICK. Fare reduced. I rom the foot of Liberty street, daily. LeaieNew York. Leave New Bruuawielc. At 9 A. M. At 5X A. M. ?X P. M. 7>2 " 4jJ ? 12X " 9 P. M. On Snndays the IX and 7X A.M. rripa from New Brunswick uul 2X P- M. train I rum New York, are omitted. Kaie between New York aqd New Brunswick, 75 cents. Railway, 50 cents The fare in the 5X and 7X A. M. train from New Brunswick. and 2\ and i\ r. M. train from New York, has been re luced. New York and New Brunswick, to 50 centa. and Railway te rX Passengers who procure their tickets at the ticket office, re scire a ferry ticket gratis. Tickets are received by the coo inctor only on the day when purchased. nil 3n.? WINTER ARR/NOEMKNT. SEW ORK AND p1KECT ** A l lNK Via Newark, New Brunswick, Princeton, Trenton, Borden town and BuiJingtou. THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. Leave New York, from the loot of Liberty atreet, daily, at 9 A M and tV P M. Tftc morning i.'ne proceeds to BorUentown, Irom thence by ateamooet to ptiilailelpliia. The Evenini: Line proceeds direct to Camden, (opposite Philadelphia) without chance of cars. Passengers will procure their ticketa at the office foot ol Ljberty street, where a commodious steamboat will be in readiuesaa. with baggage crates on board. Philadelphia baggage cratea are conveyed from city to city, without being opened by the way. Eneh train u provided with a Ladies Car, in which are apartment! and dressing rooms expresa|v for the Ladies nse. Returning, the lines leave Philadelphia from the font c( i o'clock,, P M. The Lines Tor Baltimore, leave Philadelphia alTAM, and 4 P M, bring a continuation of the lilies from New York. tig 3m*r DAILY PACKAOF. EXPRESS rAU FOR ALBANY, TROY, AND BUFFALO. MB? By the Housatouic fiaiilto i?J, miminghroegn from ibis City to Albany ia Twelve Honrs. Leaves at 7 o'clock in the morning. The subscribers have made arrangement* with the Honsatoni Rail Road CompaDV, to rnn an Express Car (exclusively for our own pnr[>ose) daily, over their road with trie passenger train, running through to Albany in twelve hours, and are uow prepared to receive and forward at low rates, specie, Bank Notes, Packages, Bales and Cases of Goods, lie., for any of the above named or intermediate places. Will attend promptly to the collection aud payment of bills, notes, drafts and acconuts, and socli other business as may be entrusted to tneir care. dir POMEROY It CO. a Walle'reet. New York. PUL.LKN & COPP'S NEW YUHK^ ALBA TUOV A N5J| "NTKEAL EXPRESS. Me?*r*. HnrndfH & Co. hAving cli?po?jd of rheir route Irom New York to Albany and Ttoy, the tuhtcribera, the old coudnctors of Haniden It Co's Northern Express, from New York, will continue to ruu as heretofore .leaving New York, Albany and Troy, Daily , aud eouucclalTrov with Jacobs' Montreal Ktprrss, and will forward Specie, Bank Notea, Peckagea. Bundles,Cases of Goods. Ac., to any place between N?w York and Montreal, and throughout the Canada*!. Also East, from Troy and Albany to Boaton.and West from Albany to Buffilo. All business entrusted to their charge will be promptly attended to. Particular attention wi'l he p lid to tke collection, of ut loa, vL^its, *cce,aancaa, Ike , aud prompt returns made lar 1 the aame, PULLEN k COPP. Offices?Pnllen It Coup, l)< Wall street, New York. Tnos. (rough, li Exchange, Albany. A G. Filkint, 228 Riser street, Troy. 8. Jacob's Etcbange Court, St Paul st, Montreal. REFERENCES. New York. Atssav. Trot. Prime, Ward It King, E. J. Humphrey, Juo Payne, Jacob Little, Ik Co., Titos. Gough. P. Weils, John T. Smith, It Co.. S. K. Stow, PeiKion It Huffman, C. S. Douglass, Carpenter It Vennilye, F. Leaku Hoo.hton k Co. Diew, Robinson & Co. n?4 NEW YOHK AND BOSTON KAIL ROAD"LINE. Via Nobwich sivp Worcester Kailrosdi. Composed of the following suiierior steamers running iu connection with the Norwich k Worcester and Worcester (it Boaton Kail R?adi? WORCESTER, Capt. J H. Vanderbilt. NEW HAVEN, Capt. J K. Dusun. CLEOPATRA, Capt . On and after Monday, Nov list,this Iidc will be run tri-weekly, leaving New York, Tuesdays, Thursdays aud Saturdays only, at 4 r. 91. ms BBS The na wand splendid iteambor.t NEW HAVEN, Captain J. K. Dustan, will leave every Tuesday, Thursday aud Saturday afternoon, at 4 o'clock. Passengers lor Boston will be forwarded immediately on the arrival ol ths above boats at Norwich, and will proceed without change of cart or baggage. For further information, enquire at the office of D. B. Al LEN, ? Pecn slip, up stair*. All persona are forbid trusting any one on account of the above boats or owners. ngVr NEW YORK AND HARLEM RAIL ROAD COMPANY. to Hjfe'?"e,lueTd ,^| l-TeSt^" WINTER ARRANNOFMENTz-Oo and after Monday, Decembet I9'h, IU2, ihe ears will run daily aa follows J? Leave City Hall for Leave Harlem Leave Williams'Bridge Williams'Bridge, for Citv Hall. for Citv Hall 7 oo A. M. l JO A. M. ( 30 A. M. 9 " 10 JO " 10 30 " II 30 " 1 10 P. M. 13 JO P. M. 3 P. M. 3 40 " I 30 " 4 " S 40 " J 30 " 0 00 Harlem only. 6 40 " City Hall and Tweury-srreuth street Line will ran aafo'lowi:? Fr-vn? 30 A. M. erery ten minutes throughout the dee till 7 P. M. aud on Sundays erery twenty miuntes. Fare Veen to. Passe Dae rs for Westchester, Throe's Neck, Eastchestcr. New Hochelle, Mamaroneek, Horse N*ck, North Castle, Robbins'Mills and White Plans, will take the 3 o'clock, P. M. train from City Hall. Passengers for Yonkers will take Uie 9 o'clock, A. M and 4 o'elockTr. M. trains from City Hall, On 2Sth Dec ami 3d Jan the cars will ran between City Hall and Williams Bridge erery hoar from 7 A M to 0 P M. n30 im'm UKIT18H AND NORTH AMERICAN KOkAL MAIL STEAM SHIPS, Of 1300.tens and 440 horse |iowcr each. Under contract with the l,ords of the Admiralty. BRITANNIA, J. Hewitt, Commander. CALEDONIA, E. O. Lett. do ACADIA, A. Kyrie do COLUMBIA, E. C. Miller, R N do Will sail from Boston, via Halifax. ritosi LirxarooL. rnesi nosTetr. Britannia, Hewitt, Oct 4 Nor I Caledonia, Lott, Ott 19 Nor 16 Acadia, Rrne, Nor 4 Dec 1 Columbia, Miller, Nor 19 Dec 10 Britannia, Hewitt, Dee 4 Jan I Passage Money?From Boaton to Lire-peel, $137?Boston te Halifax $30. These ships carry otperi-need sort sons. No Berths seenred until paid frr. Note.?Merchandize and Specie (exeept for persenal ex penees) shipped under the name of luggage will be charged as freignt, aid liable to Custom House Regulations Apply to oJy r D. BRIOHAM. JR., No. 3 Wall-st. STATEN ISLAND FERRY. Eoot of Whitehall street, ^OuTn^flerBee. 3d, the steamer BTATENlHLANDJCIt, will ran as follows, nntil farther aotiee LEATE ?TAT*!N ISLAND. NEW YORK. OKA M, 9A.M. Id IZtt ip. m. p. m, dj r <V 0* REGULAR OPPOSITION TO CATS !2m -T*|? Kll, I.- ?nd intermediate landing*, without low B^^RCjE-bwrt ?R.gnlar day* from Catukill, Mon day*. Wedoeadaya and Frillava. Pi orn New .York, Tneadaya, Thnr?daya and Saturdaya.?Pare to or from Catukill, iO centa. ?Bertha 2) eenta?Snpper 25 canla. The new and faat ateainer WAVE, Captain Vandrrbilt. will le"?e Robinaon at. pier Tlinraday Noa. 17th, at fire o'clock. For farlhi r particular* innnire ol the ca. lain on board. By running an the daya'aboye namedAhere will bra daily com mnniration between Cataklll and New York (and intermediate idarra) tor t'rriifhtand imaearr < reduced priera. n?r nT'Bl.jW'sTTlDINO SCHOOL, 4H Bowerye^W. J. DAVlS, (from Europe) Profeaaor. F,t< nine claaa for gentlemen will commence on Monday evening, 12th mataut, and contiuoe each Monday and Friday t-tenini,daring the acaaon. Select pari ice of ladiea and gentlemen, can be accommodated with in?lruction onToeaday and Thursday evening! of each week. A Military claaa for the inatrnct'on of gentlemen in military horaemanatup. to commence on Wedneadav erening, 14th in,taut, and Continue each Wedneaday earning during the teaan Oen'leineu wiahins to auhacrika to either of the ahoae claaaea, will pleaie call at heir errlieat conaeiiience. Daily mururtiouxa mnal, f r I idiea. Irom II A. M. to 1 P. M.; lor fentiemen, from I to 10 A. M and IX to 9X P. M. tvvnmg chool to commerce at 7 o'clock. o25 3"'Zrt If COjSO.VlY IN "BTtEHfl.?T?ek anooata, tha an le of ever"J coau ?o inncli in rogue,are afforded at f8,S'2 $14, Sit and S2n, from drab, brovrn. black and blue beaver and pilot cloths, ire for tale, ready made, at 224 Broadway, American Hotel. dM im*r ' " WM. T. JENNINGS. ka C f s? f ? )RK ] OttNING, DECEMBER 2 jirii KOIl SALK.?That valuable staud known as the I Liiun Island Hotel, situated in the Inwuof blip, tu SufJ Jit" Ik county, L. I. The house is built tu modern style, ] and ot the best maleiials Hid workmanship, wiih a ftoul of 1 righty teet, kit hen included, two stor > s high, with an attic ; and Is ralculaiedtn accointnodste 40 hoarders,besides the family and ueeess ry attendants, and is suriouiided with all the necessity on:-buildiugs, 11nit and nrnameutral tiees, shrubbery. tcc. Ti e location of the |>ramises is unrivalled, commanding n In vii i* of the bench, the light house st Kire Island, and toe Ailautic O sin. An open 'ane, in front of the house, and leading directly to the hay, furnishes a It-light lit! and pleasant walk of eight or leu minutes. The Long Island Hail RoVI puses wuhiu about I" u notes of the premises, and affords an easy and c-Hivenieut couiuiuuicariou with tne citiis oi New York and Brooklyn. Mo part of Lung Island affords greater (anilities for fowling, or bay <u brook fishing. or the noble suoit of buck hnntiue. Deer bring very abundant in the riciuily, ami are frequently f-?u?d on the piemi?et. There ii about two hnnUred acres ol lmd, and meadow attached to the premises, and a good proportion of st~and or h re. The house and neret*ary out buildings, would be aold with the whole, or a i?art ol the land, as may best suit the purchaser 1 he terms will be liberal, and llie tir. e undisputed. h a more Mtinute descrip too ol the property, inquire of JAMES HOWE, 117 East Broadway, ..r ol D. K IIALL, Ml)i Chatham strce I, New York, or of the subscriber on the premise. WILLIAM HAWKINS. D-sted. Islip. Not. Igl2. ?I2 I in* en mWANTKU TO PURL IIASE?A couutry reantenee within 23 utiles ol New York, one with from J to SO seres ol l*ud, near Long HI "Hid Sound, preferred. AilIf .with lull particulars, boi 7, .tat Office, Pou, hkeepaie, N If- a 14 yKik FOii SALE, the cheapest Farm iu these part*, of 70 acres, goou buildings, plenty of fruit, wood and water. XaJL Do. for sale orrsclistiice tor good city property, four rain side far ma aud lour houses and lota iu and inith Plaiuheld. Da. to trade for dry goods and groceries, ucw house and two ots. Do. valuable lots in Jersey City. Cell on 3. VAIL. Saturdays, 41 Courllaudt street, Irotn IS to 7. Other days, 1'lainfield N;<>r at'71 Washington st. Ten small lartna lor sale low. 8. V d2? ,'iw tn OL TITHE LADIES.?WM. It H. BE 15 EE, FashionsJdwssble Halters, J78 Bio id way, under li iward's Hotel, hare ou b nid an extensive assortment ol Ladies aud Miaara Bearer Hats, of their nwu icauutacture, which are warrauird tumor to any in ti e city, and at piicea which cannot fail to suit: those in want are rei|>eclfully invited to call. Also a general assortment oi (Jttil's, Boya and Children's Kur. Cloth and fauey Velvet Caps. dltilmr LOOK AT THIS. A?(iK,NTLK.MKNS Coik Hole Boou, the beat of quality, Sfi 00 do Water Proof Boola do i 00 to Light French Calfskin Boots, do S3 to 4 00 do Over Shoes of all the different kinds, 73c to I 7a do Dinning Pumps, 1 73 do D menu; Gaiter, beautiful article, > Hi And all other kinds of Siioesaud worked slippers in fashion; ladles gailer boots, buskins, slipp- rs, ties, quilled shoes, pru nella, w hue and black satiu, and bu't-m alums; India rubber sirs -limed, plain and all other kinds of os'rr shoes; clogs, SOIasius mm me greatest assortment of boys boots and shoes, misses and cliildreus, ol all ktuda to be found in the world, all ol cur own iu laufacluriui', and warranted l-> be the beat, aud cheap st trie clie -pest, at 367 Broadway, corner of Franklin at, and at 9! O.ual atreel UUHUOK Y kc C Alll LL. d!3 lm*r 367 Broadway. j BOTTES FRANCA1SES. jfWd P. A. OEKD Y, de Paris, hat opened a store IS7 J B'oadway, where Vie is pra, tired to receive anil eie cote orders lor biota ol ad description! Although his prices ate lower by two dollaia man those of any la.Mouable Kieach est Pill >h'"< ut iu this city .his ooots will be foantl at leaat equal to any made here or elsewhere. He imports hia laats lium Parts .mil so tn nlilus ihein as to lit any itreaulsrly sniped foot. Mt. Oeidy'.l ing rsterience under Mr. Foil and other celebiatcd makers in Paris enables linn I? conduct his butiue-s m'h economy and thereby to supply his customers at the following reduced prices? Fine and substantial Boota $6 Cor* and double sole do - 8 A proportionate reduction iu the vartoua other articles to be foouil at II' Broadway. dl3 lm-r TERMS CASH. ? - FASHIONABLE BOOTS AND SHOES. anW - LK.EII respectfully invitea the attetition of the Imlilic tohis large assortment of ladies' and gentle mens' boot* aud abort, cork solcsend water proof; French -ml native calf, and fancy dress boots, dancing gareis and puinns, ovt r shoes, inriia rubber aud water proof, moccasins, ladies', misses', and childreu's'xahers, boots, shoes, and batkias, of the choicest selection : men's, boys, and children's coarse aud rue boots and shoes of the choicest kinds, cheaper than ever before offered lu ihe city. 419 Bruadway aud 206 Canal, northwest corner of Hudson street. d7 lin* r -*k?' LADIES' BOOTS AND SHOES? Lockwoou. 'I" : Broadway, keeps t hue assortment of ladies'and shildrous' boots and shoes, of the latest American and Eu ropean I'aahioua. Orders received by the dozen from places ol fashio a a Meres o Ik u'4t> ] m r CLINTON Cheap Boot aud Shoe Market, 501 Of onwich, corner ol Spring -trret, is the only pla: e k here can be found Boots and Shoes to suit the times. All those who wear boots and shoes will do well to give a call. Ladies' and misses'buskins from I, 4, 5, 6, 7 and II shillings per pair; irenilemeni'ho ,ts Iroin 12 shillnuts to $4 per pair; boys' b<ota from I-hillings to $2 50 per pair. All who wish to save 2c percent will aive a rail st the Cliulou Cheap Boot and shot Milker. 500 tireenwi. h corner Sp-it y street d7 lin*. WATKltPHOOF BOOTS?Ouin-Elsstic Sh< es "bd Boots aud Shoes of almost all tlie differ rut a iud< suitable lot winter wear. Also a I irgs assortment of . sici leiotc,shoes, gsitfr and pumps lor geat'emeu anil Or a: ladies, misers and rhildrens boors, shoes, gaiters and huskiris ol tnr best quality, in great ahuudaue- All the sbovs articles and almost every thing in the boot and shoe line, in iy be (omid at the store of A. KNOX it Co., known a? the Clinton Bout It Shoe 'larket. 704 ( aual st, north-ast comer ol Hudson st and SI |.vices ' < snir she one sod evervonn ill7|m?. ATTKN nON! ATTe-NTlOiV READ THIS, it may induce yon to try your chance.?TOM BIILA. (To be raffled,) at 11)854 Fulton street, a magiiti cent Cashmere Sbnwl, with the box that contains it?costing t-.yether $110 til purchasers who will buy fire Hollars worth in the store, after the 15th i.-.stant, (December, 1842,) will hare the chance to miti $ioo worm. tireat exhibition and sale of Finer Articles and Sugar Plumbs oi all doc, unions, suitable for Christmas and New Veer's (lifts, at 168)4 Kultou st, near Broadway, opposite 8t 1'anl'j Church. Lidies and gentlemen ere respectfully incited to rist the most beautiful collection of rich ohiects o' New Year's Presents, that can be seen, and which wili be sold at very reasona ble prices. Most of those rich articles came from the store* ?f Alphonae fJirauv, of Paris, supplier to His Majesty the King of the French, the Queen ol England, and all the principal Courts ol Euroiie. The articles in Sugar, Fancy Reticules, and Boxes, came from the stare nl S. Henrion it Co. ol Philadelpbi i, sdvanlsgeonslv known (or the last 25 years as being the best Confectioners in the (Jniied States The Baffle will take plsce io the store 168>? Fulton st, on the 5th of January, 1843. at 12 o'clock, M. A splendid French Cashmere Shawl ih.*t cost $80. Io a most beautiful But of ros. -wood, eucrnsied with gold aud silver, the price of which was $30 Each person purchasing $5 worth of articles, will receive a ticket ( whstevr r number iliey choose) and w ith this the peison unv hnve a chance for the Shawl ai.d the Box. A person who will buy $10 worth, will be entitled to two tickets, an I soun in progression. Pe'sons receiving tickets, are requested to preserve them; lor, if mislaid, the loss will be theirs: and, on ti e 5th ol Janua ry. 1441. at 12 o'clock, the ticket will be drawn pucliely befoie the holders; anil on the following day, the Herald newspaper will annonnre the fortunate number dl7 to ian5*ec SiecTTANTcAL ORCARCEL LAMPS 'T'HE pnolic is invited to inspect the en'irely new stock of 1 these unrivilled I 'inps, which have just been opened by the subtcribej, comprising the most extensive and rich assortment that ha will receive 'his reason, and the finest lot of goods iu the lin- that has ever be?n seen in this country. An early examination of them is solicited while the stork is complete, as he entire invni es received the early part of the season were d'ii>flsr(l ol immediately ; many parties were disappointed in consequence. The goads just received comprise some entirely new article* of that eiqniane taste peculiar to Freuch manufacturer*, *uch a* porer lain shade* or lamp*, with land<ca|*M of figures, aomr colored; aeapenaion atudy lampa with parcels in shade* for li>ratie*; bracket*; loatrra. brr>ni?, "renaUsance" and gilt, for two an I three lampa, rici. shades and globea, coloured and cut, of beautiful new designs, kc lie. Some imnortant improvement* hate been msdr in the manufacture ol the lamita now offered to the public, rendering h?m nnquraiionahle the m at beaur ful aa writ aa economical lamp rat int. This fact la fully established, and auy one at all sceptical on th subject can ba convinced of it by calling at ihia ealabliioment, K. D. SAXTON, Depot of Mechanical Lam a, 20 John street. Thr ertimatioii in which theae lampa are held tn ty be iufvrfd fr< m the f?ct that tlia following public eatabliahmenu in thia city are Ifehted with tticin, vii.? Astnr Tlouie, Carlton House, N. V. Society Library, Mansion House, Park Place Home St a nor Kerese's. Cafe Tortoai. They are al?o to be found in many other public buildings throughout t' e country, and in every inilance giving perfect satisfaction _ _ d 17 Im'ec 'PO trk VILICj-A. p. keshler begs leave to tn' form hit Irieudi, and the pib'ic in general, that he haa taken that well known stand at the eo ner of Washington and Lib rty sts, formerly kept by E. Chambrrlin, since rebuilt with addition of room and comfort, for the accommodation ol traveller* wd others. Prraons wishing good hoard, and accommodations on reasonable terms, would do well to call, Punctual artrnrlance. dJI Im'rc DAMS It < O.'S NEW YORK AND.NEWARK EX PRESS?Tne public are respectfully informed that the aubaeriben have eatabliatcd an Express between New York and Newark, N. J . for the tranamiaaion and spetdy delivery of packages, bandies, money, kc. fce.; the collection of notes and bills, and all other businrsa aripert lining to an Express.? Order* for artirlra to be retnroca by the Exprran will be delivered free of charge. Office in New York at No. 7 Wa'l afreet, and in Nawark, tt SMITH'S Nuwapsprr Depot, No. JtO Broad sr. Leave New Yotk at IIH A. M. and tW P. M. Leave Newark at 9 A- M. and IH P- " dlOcc ADAMS & CO. OFFICE or THE AUBURN k ROCHESTER, RAIL ROAD COMPANY. Carsafsoioua, Dec 9, 1142. A SEMI-ANNUAL dividend ol 5 per cent on the capital stock of thi* Company will be paid on the third day of Jannary n>-*t. Shareholders whose stock is registered in the city transfer books of thie Company will receiye payment at the Bank of the Stat' of New York in the city of New York. their divid-nd at this office. By order of the President and Direcfori. d14 tojy >_r CH AH BICYMoUK. Treaaarer. JOHN M, DAVIK.H h JUNhh lolorm (heir ttiemii aue " cnatomrre ttat they have received their winter faahioua (01 Capa?a varietv of new etvlee for Tonth and children. The Cracovieunr Tnrbao now en innch worn, la manufactured by them. Alec a newatyle of travelling cap, very convenient fo gentlemen travelling p?n im"r nut WILLIAM BT _ WHEAT?2500 btuheli prime Illinois Wheat. for tale by EDWD. K. COLLINS ?t CO.. 120 V> Smith at. nw-s IriRstTfteMIUM OVfcR HHUEH Pun LA ' DIES are admitted to be the moil perfect article mide of rubber ever brought out. The new s' jrle now being got ap at our factory, called the Qtnlted Baakiga, will And imi'itora, ju-t at aoou as we introduce them. But persona who prefer the ip i.time to the imitation will call at 45 Maiden Lane, and ?.imiue the largaat variet v of ladita, gouts and tniaica rubber shoes and over ahoea, to be found in tl e United States in any oneatore. HORACE H DAY, 45 Maid -u Lane. ti?6 1m*r Huccraaor to 14 nbuty India Hnl)h.-r Co. F'OK LAROE 1\AH 1'lfcH ?d|il< nmd chnnialivia, cannula btaa, brackrta, tirand. lea, ampeading and other laai|>a. cut Clata wire, white and white and (old china, plated tr.ya, haaeU, castors. candlestick*, Re., kuivea, fotka, apiona, ladles, teattava.and all kinda of roods returned to snppir the larreat parliea.can be had at WORAM A HAUHH WOUT'tl. agent tor roatrofiet?rera and commitaton merehanta, No Ml Broadway, nearly opposite Niblo'a Harden d?4 lw*?c HERA 8. 1842. Wonderful Olacloiurri In Bankruptcy In London?Lord Hunt lout ower'a Elimination, [From the London Globe.] COURT OF BANKRUPTCY. London, Nov. 9. NA.nktuttoy of lord 1iuntinotower This day hnn" lixed for the final adjourned examination of the bankrupt, the usual crowd of creditors and spectators was in attendance, and, as hetore. his lordship came up in custody trom the Bench. The last hearing was had before Commissioner Fane, who adjourned the case over till today, that the creditors might have time to investigate the balance sheet, which, though extending nv?*r h vcrv klmrf n? rirtd uu fn limp rmitii tttfll a ntntf. mi nt of debts mul liabilities to upwards of ?200,000. and merely problematical assets. Some additional proofs ot debt having been admitted without opposition? Lord IIintingtower was sworn and examined. I never kept any regular accounts, bat 1 think Nicholl's b.ll was ?275. I uccepted a minority bill for Colonel Copeland, which I afterwards renewed, but I never got any thing for it. I lent mv name to him for several bills, he always promising to take them up, and 1 r**ceived no other value for them than now and then a horse. 1 did not know it was discounted, until told so by Nicnolls, who asked me to renew it, adding, that if 1 ditl so, he would let me have some more money, but I never got any more from him. Commissioner Fonhunquk?Did nothing pass between you. Mr. Holt, and Mr. Nicholls, when an overdue bill was discounted 1 Holt?Nothing more, sir, than this?that as Lord IIu- lingtower was at the time in London, the bill would b<-paid. A judgment has been obtained upon this bill. Commissioner Fonblanquk?That will not save you it there was no bona fide consideration Mr James said he wished to be lurnithed with a list of the creditors who had proved. Mr. Lewin, of Arundel street, Strand, claimed to prove upon a bill for ?2i>0, and stated, in answer to questions put by Mr. James, that on the 5 h of October, 1841, he gave the money to a person of the name of Cauty for this bill, and he now further owed him a sum ol ?800. Lord Huntinotower examined by Mr. Chambers ?1 advanced Cauty the cash for this bill at my own house, und I might have had other transactions with him, but not at that time. 1 had an ?80 renewed bill Iroin Thomas Henry Horatio Cauty, in satisfaction lor a judgment which I had obtained against him. This bill (for ?200) is dated the 15th of October, and was discounted, and the money paid by my check ; but it is not here Counsel? Did you give him the full sum of ?200 in cash ? Lord Huntinotower?1 gave him a check, ?5 in money ; and Cauty gave Howard an order noon me for some wine, which forms a part of the ?200 I think Howard's order was for ubout ?40, and the difference was made up in wine?port, shetry, and champagne. Commissioner Fonblanqck? This proof must be deferred. It is at present very complicated, and requires further investigation. Mr. Lewin?I don't think, sir, it is worth my while to prove for it, us 1 shall get nothing ; but I shall lodge a detainer upon my judgment. Mr. James proceeded to make some observations upon the enormous amount of debta and liabilities contained in the bankrupt's balance 6heet, amounting to nearly ?200,000, while it contuined no account whatsoever ol the disposal of any part of the property which he had been possessed of, either before or during the course of his trading. If the no1.1.. I?..J I....I ?l,t I,..?,..?? ? tr?Aar -r.,1 now sought to obtain the benefit of those laws which were intended to protect traders, why, then he must be subjected to the same scrutiny, and his expenditure he liable to as strict an investigation as any other person becoming a bankrupt. He would now proceed to the further examination of his lordship as to several items in his balance sheet, his object being to ascertain the diilerence between the bona Jide and mala fide debts. The learned counsel then proceeded:?I see your lordship puts down ?3000 as the amount of your election expenses at Andover ; now I wish to know how you make out thatsum 1 Ijord HovriNOToWBR?7 cannot tell you exactly, for 1 kept no books, as I did not think 1 was liable to he made a bankrupt, and all that I had to assist me in making out mv balance sheet was my recollection and a few memoranda. Mr. James?You were a candidate, T believe, my lord, for the representation of Andover 1 Lord, I recollect well being a candidate for Andover. Beforp my going down there I was told that I could obtRiu a large sum of money to pay off my minority debts ; but I found upon inquiry that I was not to have or to expect as much money from my family as I was before led to e.\|?ect. An ofijection, however, was tnken to m? at the election, as I was not of age, and Lord William Paget was elected. Mr. James?And yet your lordship states you expended ?3,000 upon that election. Lord Hcntingtower?Yes, I did. Itwasexpen ded in various ways It wasdisbursedhy Mr. Henry Footner, of Andover, and by Mr. Busini, of Stockbridge. but 1 kept no correct account of it, though I paid myself the majority of the bills, such as tavern bills and the like. Mr. James?Allow me to ask where your lordship then had ?3000 to expend 1 Lord Huftinotowkr?I had it not all at that time, hut a part whs paid before and part after my majority. I had ?500 from a Mr Douglas, a bill agent, or broker, living in Buckingham street, Sirand. 1 had also ?000 on the 29ili January, whieh I paid into Messrs. Ifpath'shank, at Andover. I find that 1 paid in on the 29th July a lurlher sum of ?1,300 I think also that I had some money at this tune from Mr. Moss Davis, somewhere about ?500, or it might be ?1000, anH also from other parties, but I have no account of either how, when, or where I either received or paid it. I am sure, however, that I expended nearly ?3,500. Mr. James?Then did your lordship pay for Lord William Paget 1 Lord Hunting-tower?He was elected upon the principle, that if he was required by me or by the constituency to resign the seat, he should do so at once in lavor of me; and not having done so, I think that, as a man of honor, he isbousd to repay me. He has derived all the benefit, and as a gen tleman he is bound to pay me. Samuel Banlord Hamer was at the election, and on the Sunday preceding the election, Lord William Paget, Mr. Busini, and myself put our names to a bill lor ?400, which was given to Hamer to get discounted, m order to meet some pressing expenses : but th<>uah Hamer look nwav the bill, we never obtained a farthing < f money for it (a laugh), nor did I see Hamer himself, though possibly he might have been at the election. The polling was just two days before I came of age. Mr. Jamks?I wish to ask your lordship, had you amongst the whole of you, on the Sunday before the polling, such a sum as ?100 amongst you 1 Lord HfNTiNOTOWKR?I cannot aay, but I had not. Mr. James?Had Lord William Paget 1 Lord IIcNTiNGTowKR?That is a question I cannot answer. Mr. James? And you have no detailed account of your expenses 1 Lord HurmNOTovrKR?I have not. In a contented election, there are many expenses which could not be pro|>erly registered. [A laugh 1 There wers thirty or forty bills that I paid and aid not entrust thejp to any party. I did let Mr. Footner have ?100, and other moneys were i?aid by checks, or by my own hand. The committee, if it could be said rhat we had a committee, had aLo some money and I am positive that, with what I owe and what I paid, the expense was upwards of ?3000. 1 also gave a person of the name of Hitchcock ?200. Mr. Jamks?And that, I suppose, brought your committee together. [A laugh ) Lord Hcrting-tower?No, it did not; for somehow or other it was very badly arranged ; but the former members had a regular committee. Mr. James? How much of this ?3,600 waa paid in money down 1 Lord Htintinotower?I should say at a rough < i-.xwiu i k;ii. i?.:__ i H'lrns ni irnsi nini uiiio iriaiui^ iu IHC election are in the hand* of Mr. Footner, but as I owe him some money, he refuses to give them up. Mr. Ja.wks?I find here that a Mrs. Edmonds is down for ?7,2lM), for which your balance-sheet states her to hold security?who is she 1 Lord HTnrrtrfGTowK*? She lives in St. James's place, and holds security for ?2,(MM), for which she only Rave me ?1,300, and 1 consider that she now owes me the other ?700. The transaction arose on account of the dejiosit of Colonel Copeland's commission with her. I accepted accommodation hills for hsr to a large amount, and for which i had no consideration whatever. Mr- James?What is Mr*. Edmonds 1 Lord Hu.ntinotowrr?She i* the very intimate friand (a laugh) of Col. Copeland, and is, ss I understand, a hill broker. This transaction happened lour or five months before Icameol age. ' h"e beg leave to say, that having obtained ?7,(MM), through Mr. Samuel Fordr [then my attorney], In.mCox, liiddulph ft Co, upon the joint security of myself and Capt. Byug, I redeemed the commis a% LB. Pile# Two Cent*. sinn of Colonel Copland wliich he had pledged. Mr.- Cd rounds told me that ahe would give me ?2,000 for it then [down ] She did give me ?1,200, with a promise to give me the difference in a lew days, but I never since received it. All these, the bills', commission, &c., is, as I understand, piengeu ny .virs. uumonns 10 ? ivir ttume, tormerty a carver und gi'der, in h very large way, and now a bill-broker. TIih Mr liunie is the uume person who sold up my establishment. Mr. James?'Turn to a debt, if yon please, my lord, to W. B Douglas, lor ?28,000 Since your majority d'H you get any, and what, consideration for this large amount ol hills 1 Lord Hu-vimnotowkk?To the best of my belief 1 oulv received ?5,uon 1 tirst commenced with him on the 17th of July, having previously had a small transaction on account of Montague John Smith, who lives ut Buckingham street, and also has a house al Gravesend. Douglas f-aid to me, if you'll give me your bills lor ?20,000, I'll give you ?10.000 lor them, or at the rate of IDs. in the pound, and if when they came to maturity they were not paid, he would convert tliem into post orbits. He asked me subsequently to give him a warrant of attorney, as security, when he would advance ma some more, but 1 never got it The copies of the bills wereobtamed by a Mr. Bower when I went to sign the warrant of attorney, or 1 should otherwise not have been able logive you r.ny account of them Mr. James?In what way did you receive the ?5,0001 Lord HuNTiNG-rowicK? 1 shall state to you to the best of iny ability. I received ?1,300 when I accepted the bills, ?400 as a bonus tor lending my name, ?500 in ?5 notes at the time of the election, and the ?1.300 u as disbursed for election and other expenses. 1 also received, on the 25th August, a large sum which wuspuid in at Heath's Bank, Andover, and beyond this a sum of ?1,700. the bills not being then due. I here wish to state that I was very much pushed [distressed! for money at the time, ar.d I had to give Douglas receipts for more money than 1 actually received from him. I cannot tell you the amount of those receipts, but I should say probably for ?7.000, ?8,001), or ?9,000 more than I obtained, and, in fact, I had hut very little. Of the bills thus given by me to Douglas, I understand that some are held by a person named Sherborne, a hosier in the Strand, and that his brother, a small farmer at llounslow, is Haul to have discounted others ol tliem to the amount of n- arly ?20,000 Under these circumstances 1 was advised to tile a bill in Chancery to make htm account for their possession, und this morning I jarceived by the pupcrs that it was set down for hearing this day. S<lierOorne Has sued me, bat baa not yet obtained a judgment. Alter a further examination the Court rose at a quarter alter live, and the proceedings are to be resumed to morrow. Fire ftCnglnea. The death ol young Malky, wli* was killed by the Engine No. 29 running over him, is adding one more to the hundred of similar accidents, that are constantly occurring in this country. During the fire on Sundav evening, as one of the engines waa running at lull speed down the hill in Nassau, near Liberty street, a boy stumbled, and three others fell over hun; the street is narrow, and was densely crowded, and it was impossible to stop the engine, but they most providentially escaped, though most narrowly, from being crushed to death. These accidents can be so easily prevented, und in this prevention much will be stone to improve the fire department of our city. Let an ordinance be passed to prevent engines and hose being drawn by any other means than by horses, as is the case throughout every part of Europe. The alarm of fire is often made, and fires are even kindled, to have a run with the engines, and all the rencounters and mobs among firemen, nave always occurred after fires were over, on thvir return home ; and how many hundreds of young men have lost their lives by over-exertion, haemorrhages from the lungs, and injuries received at these runs with the engines, which are often two and three miles, in the worst of weather. Let one or two dollars be paid toevery backman, who takes tlie engine to the fire. In England, even in the provincial towns, it is no small matter of astonishment t? see the rapidity with which horses are taken out of hacks, cabs end private carriages, and attached to the fire enaines, which are thus safely and speedily taken to the fire, and when the firemen reach the scene of action, they are not fatigued and exhausted, as must be the caee under the | resent miserable system. This expense for horse hire in cities, should be borne by the insurance companies; but if they will not doit, let it be paid trom the city treasury ; and dragging enaines with horses will do more to regulate and improve the firemen, reducing th-* number of fires, anil saving the health and lives ot industri. ous and useful men, [usually |>oor] who thus generously give their time, their labor, and often their health anil lives to the wealthy, who do not even thank ihem for it. Philadelphia and Baltimore, where there is much ill will nmong the diflerent fire companies, would particularly profit by this plan. At least, let us in New York, have all the engines and hose drawn by horses, and not make beast of burden out of our noble and praiseworiliy firemen. Franxmn. DOt'QI KTS KOK TIIK. HOLIOA Vs ?Bouquets for IJ britel Mill other parties, computed of the inoat choice flower*. viz : c iinellma and roaea in varieties. i aaaion flower*, daI line*, lie iotrnpe*. sievias, mignonette, kc kc.; bat ap in tha ti' Mnt style MM OB ns tesannable trrma as at any aimi ar em laWwant. Gentlemen will confer a lavnr by leaving their orders one or two day* in advance, all of wt icb wilt be thinkfully rec. ived and ptomollv eircm-d. .2?2-*r NIBLO k UUNLAP. J7? Broadway. TO f AMlLIKh OOIMU SOUTH, to the Weal Indiea or a F.urope ?A revpertahle female, 24 years of age, wiahe* to < Mains permanentaitaatirmas aeamatreaa, in scented tatnily. S'i? would prtlergoiug to fcurope, vet would accept ot ? good offer to go South or to the West Indies. The beat ot references given. Address A. A. A. boi 7g5, upper Post office, N. York. tMr T H E I) iN L Y PLACE I N New York where the celebrated Shaker Knit Shirt can bo I obtained is at JOHN M. DA VIES * JONES, 10? William at, corner of John stl Agents for the Shaker's Merrimae Co, N. H. Also?Close and open knit Drawers, flannel wrapper* and J rawer*, and the unrivalled Shaker flannel by the yard er piece ?it it nn ferahle to anv atvle now in use nS Imr* REMOVAL. PHILLIPS' CASH TAILORING ESTABLISH MENT, b removed from Hi Broadway to No. 7 Actor Honte ECONOMY IN GENTLEMEN'S DRESS. Garments of a most Jeganl a:.d Kashieuable kind et a aaving of Kb per cent for cash. 'PHK advertiaer d< ma it unnecessary to resort ? the hack neyed system of giima a list of nominal prices, preeasniM that the letigth of time be has been established, together witn the flttsrlvspanwnsc* hntwrsd oil nim. win prove a awn ient voucher for his capabilities. Possessing,the advantage el being connected with au cvrensivr cloth establishment in Europe he confidently atsets tha't he mi furnish clothes which, on emuoariten, will Be found lower than any other bouse making up the heat descriptions of gentlemen's dress. *10 3m _ff. PHH.LirH. 7 Astor House, Breedway GELATINE TURKEYSTAND PICKLED OY8TER8. AS the f??hlonof having these articles ou the occasion of the New Year's rongratnlatoiy visit has yearly increased, I have in enucleation ol the custom had brought me a large and choice lot of oyiterr, which I am iiirkiipg eipress'y for the time, in a peculiar end ami ru>r s'vfe, m I it is hop<d that in the desire to have something nice lor'he cession my airealar w ill net be'orgot. The honed Turkeys wil' be je'lied and decoiatad in the most ornamental style ai d yar'rgatrd colors. OhORuR T. DOWNING, * 313 Fourth si. 3 d una east of Broadway. N. B.?For the ronveoience of familial residing at different partsol the city, rd*r? wi>l be received np to the 3*1 h. at Mr. Howe's Bakery, corner f g h avennr and 17lh it-wt; at Berrtrn & l'a s grocery .111 East B.asdw.y, corner of Pike street; and at Mr Biewaid'a agency office, M Fulton street, Brooklyn. d!3 7f> '* K Ur WOTl'.rTTS HEHEBY~OlVKN?Thar an application will be madetoihe Lesiilamre of the State of New York, at its nett session, to he hoiden at rhe canifnL in the env ol AI billy, on the Aiat Taeaday ol January nut, by til* Vkaahiog t>n rroeptct Temperance Beneficial Society, of the city of Naw tora.for an Act of Incorporation', and that the raid So ciety may be incorporated and hneafter known by the nam* and title of I'M Waihingt n Prot|>ect Temperance Bene' fieial Society," of the city of Now York Dated Dee. II, IMt. A. C. ELANAOAN, 1 UA*C COVERT, I fammiti EDWARD D. ro!\NERY, fCo*",t' C.A. MERRIO, J dn lawgtr UNITED STATES " TE A EMPORIUM, 121, late 120 Chatham itrrei, New York. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. T'RE CANTON TEA COMPANY continue to off*'for L rale new and fray rant Tea* of every variety and atyle. Their aaanrftnrnt apecinllr inclnde* the moat delicmua and powerful (trade* of Oven and Black E?ery package bear* the taiap of neetne** and elegance, and the Tea* therein are ao thoroughly tecnrnl from light and air that their quality and power will remain animpeired in any elimata. Their aviteoi of n? or ecu tiny hnaineaa ia|>erhap* acareely to be eieelled. It ia fnonded upon the ntmoat regard to the right! of he euatomer. eairerially woh te?rect to weight and quality, and nnriralleif eheaprtera. All pnrehaaen are called apon to return any nrticlca Whichltil togire lliem the fallout aaliafcclton, which i the money will be cheerfollr and promptly refunded. Country naeickaiitg, pnblte eatabliahmeatn, heada of familiea, and ainpmaaterawill find it a drcidcd advantage to anpply tkamtelvea from thia eatabliahment. Coffee rfaated erery day. Order* from all part* of the United Stntea eiecnted with promptitude and deipatch. tcr The only warrhotue in America fbr the sale of Houqua'* celebrated Black Tea. _ _ da lia'r CHIN A It Ol. ASH 01 erery deacniition?the cheapen in thia city, for Chrialm.u and New Yeirnreeenta; henntifol rnt tumhleaa and lem-uiadca, with lileet flowera of different kind*; new diah**, cologn bottle* of different *iae*. The ahore cannot be had at any other place in thir aonnt-y. Cut anil plain alaaa of every description, warranted to be ftirnirhed at 2D per cent cheaper than any other maatilaetory, at wholaaale and retail atore. No. V> John a!., and at the Olaaa manufactory of STOUVENEL ft CO. dlk Jm*r No. ? Ooldat. New York.

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