Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 20, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 20, 1843 Page 1
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I, HP X T .8 Jtl Vol. IX., No. 278?Whole No. 3300. ^ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER HIBERNIA AT BOSTON. ELEVEN DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. BY HARNDEN & CO .'A EXPRESS. Revolution In Greece?l<o?? of the Overlnnd Alalt-Trnuhlci in Ilal v?Another Advance In Cotton?Interesting Condition of the Queen?Revulsion* In all parts of Kurope ?Ktutc of Trade?Continued Agitation In Ireland and Wales-Repeal and Rebellion Everywhere. The Hibernia, Captain Judkins, arrived at Boston at about two o'clock Wednesday afternoon. We have Liverpool papers to the4th, and London to the morning of the Barne day. Among the passengers in the Hibernia were the Hon. Abbott Lawrence and family. Business throughout the whole of Europe continued in a most prosperous condition. The Hibernia brings a very large number of passengers. The Britannia arrived out in 13fc days from Bos* ton. Captain Hewitt was sick during the whole passage. The Southerner, of New York, arrived at Liverlinnl r\n ttio 00 k (ka PaIh mhiu tko no vt /Jan r% rtt4 i ka |'vr?#l VU II1V M^/.ll, HIV VU1UI11UUO MIV UVAI UftJ, OIIU UiC | Ashburton on the 3d inst. The most important items of news are the loss of the East India Mail Steamer and the Revolution in Greece. The political s'ate of Europe seems to be more eriileal and alarming than it has been for years. An undercurrent of disaffection, long pent up by the force of circumstances, seems to have burst its fetters, and is now careering his course onward among the nations. In Ireland, the repeal question shakes the country to its centre?Wales, from south to north, is in open rebellion against the laws? Spain hatches a new revolution about once a month ?Italy is troubled with intestine broils, and is fast verging upon anarchy?France is hatching conspiracies against the regal power?and Poland isgiving unequivocal symptoms that the yoke of the oppressor still sits uneasily upon the necks of her people. Another great eruption had taken place from the crater of Mount Vesuvius, exhibiting a beautiful appearance, and almost turning night into day at Naples. The Hon. Caleb Cushing, Minister of the United Slates to the Court of China, left Gibraltar on the afternoon of the 7ih September, under a salute of 15 guns from tho garrison, and embarked onboard the Oriental steamer for Alexandria. A good many emigrants are about leaving various parts of Europe for Algiers?the inducements held out to them by the French government being considered very inviting. Many arrpsts were made at Naples on the occasion of the fete of the Madonna di Pied giotta. TUn niailrna n n lnMta nnmka* a f tho nnl 11 on c o in JL lie nil lives at ?* laigc uuiuvci vi uiv wmvuva m England still continued at the last accounts, and fears were entertained that the winter supply of coal would be short. One of the London papers hints plainly that the Queen is again getting into a delicate situation!? (rood gracious. The Agram Gazette says, that the inhabitants of Bihaez in Croatia were about to march against the Pasha, under the guidance of Omar Beg. The cause of this revoit is not stated. The Paris papers state that the sensation created by the agitation of the question of the fortifications of Paris, find not diminished in the least. On the 13th ult., at Torres, near Jaen, in Spain, an avalanche killed 200 persons and destroyed 42 houses. A letter from Berlin *f the 18tb instant, announces the failure of Rick & Co., of Iserlohn, Westphalia, manufacturers, for 4,000,0U0 thalsrs, (about 600,000 ) The circumstantial account of the arrest of Ri chard D?dd.the supposed parricide, at Fontainbleau, charged with another crime, seemg to be without foundation. On dit, that Sir Robert Peel has made overtures to Lord John Russell for a coalition ministry. Fuse y ism continues still to occupy much attention in tbe religious world. Pamphlets and works of all kinds, pro and con, arc teeming from the press. The Re*. Dr. Kelley, a Presbyterian minister, is under arrest at Madeira, on the charge of preaching to the natives in his own houseCape of Good Hope paper s \o July 2, stite that Col. Cloete has announced to the Boors in the vicinity of Port Natal, the determination of the British government to adopt Natal as a British colony, and to place it under British laws and rule. Every detnonstration of aversion and hostility was shown upon this communication, and military precautions have been therefore adopted. The "Borsenhalle," of Hamburg, says that the disturbances which took place a few days ago near the MillernGate were repented yesterday, but the troops sood restored tranquility. The tumult was greatest outside the Gate?several persons were wounded, and a large number of arrests were made. Great activity prevailed in all the English navy yards, and orders had been received to fit out for im mediate.service nearly all the vessels in ordinary. The cause of these movements was a matter of much speculation and inquiry. The Journal de I'lndre announces that General Bertrand (now in (he United States,) has made a present to the municipality of his native town, Chateauroux, of the following articles: the sabre worn by Napoleen in fcgypt, the large decoration of the Legion of Honor, which he wore for a long p?-riod; the small decoration of the same order, the cross of the iron crown, a silver gilt necefsaire which he h<id with him in his campaigns, a part of the books which composed his library at St. Helena, and a copy of the lull-length portrait of Napoleon in Egypt, by Gros The Barcelona papers of the 16th announce thai the two Carlist chiefs, Zorilla and Morelea, have collected bands, and are devastating the towns o! Catalonia, in the names of Nsrvoez and Christina, who, in their despair, have flung themselves into ' the Rrms of the Carlists. The Moniteur publishes a report of the French Fin Minister, stating that he will need a supple m<Mit of fifteen millions of francs to his budget. The China French station is to consist of two or three frigates. The French have 2o7 armed vessels Hfloat. The Emperor of Russia is at Berlin, where the two monarch* walk through the streets unattended by any guard, whilst the inhabitants cause them no inconvenience. The fashion seems to be gaining ground among crowned heads of mixing with the people. 'J hese are halcyon days tor them. Drury Lane Theatre opened for the season on Saturday, Sept 30. with Balte's opera of the Siege of Rochelle, and the new ballet of Peri. The manHgement devolves upou Mr Bunn^ whose chequered career ol the great London Theatres is familiar to the public on both sides of the Atlantic. At the Central Criminal Court yesterday, Joa<pinii Gonatlives, a Spaniard, was indicted tor as saulting Mr. Aspewall, the Consul for the United S?t'itea. It a(>(*-Bred that the prisoner had for a considerable period of time annoyed thei prosecutor and his clerks, at the office in Bishopagate atreet, by clHiming to be a citizen of the United Statea, and demanding to be. sent home. Upon the oecaaion which led to the present indictment, the priaoner was very violent, and laid hold of the prosecutor ...,A . 11.J II L.:~ .lair. Tti. .... UIIU OIM Iiijnru lU I HI 11 III III UIITTII ( * ?v, I noner was lound guilty, and ordered to be imprisoned lor a month, and to enter into recognizances to keep the peace. E NE ME1 London. [Corrcjpondence ol the Herald.] London, Oct 3,1843. Ministerial Organ* ?Anuri an Provisiom?Jn'et c/ Corn?State of IVuhi?I nth Repeal? Election of Lord Mayor?Corn Law League?American JMon y A1/airs on the Continent?Movement* ol Etpurtero? Condition of the Nobility, 4"'- , fyc. M* Deau Sir? We are arrived at the end of another quarter, and we shall fiud the ministerial nriana-whinh in town, are now confined to one published in the morning, the other in the evening, the Herald and Standard?will, in the course ol a day or two, be boasting of the improvement of the revenue, exhibited by the October quarter. The improvement of trade consequent upon the necessity for keeping up the ordinary temporary supply of articles of necessary consumption.the stocks of which are nearlyexhaueted by the lapse of time.will be one main caus? of this apparent better stale of things; butit will be mainly i attributable to the increase of customs, derived ! from the immense quantity of loreign corn let loose in every part ?f the kingdom recently, but at the duty of fourteen shillings per quarter, and which, on the day the duty came down, I have heard, on important authority, too, roughly estimated at nearly 700,000. At Liva0ool, nearly all the American pork has been bought up for export to the West Indies. Prices remain firm. Sales to a moderate extent have also taken place in bacon, hams and lard. For seal ana coa ou me armana is ratner limited? j Sales are making in Carolina rice at 24s for first and \ 21b for second quality. At Belfast it is fetching < higher prices, viz: 26s to 80s per cwt. Montreal pot J ashes are fetching there 26s; New York do '27s; ( pearl do 27a to 30s per cwt. American tar 13j to 14s per bbl. A sample of good butter?396 casks, imported last , month, by the American ship Europe, from New ( York?has been brought to the office of the Anti- | Monopoly Association, Liverpool. The duty on , foreign butter is so exorbitant ,24d per lb, that these | 396 casks of butter will be mixed with tar ! as may be often seen on the dock quays, for the purpose ot' ] making it uufit for food. Wheu thus spoiled it will j be allowed for use as grease for cart wheels, die , , at the low duty of one farthing per pound. I The small navy provision comract fins been taken j very low, viz: 600 tiprces of beef at ?3 18s 5J, by , Mennrs> Hnrnewell <te Sons, and 6!X)!tierces of pork < at ?3 15* lOd, by Messrs Allen & Andeison. This , is a great falling ofi in prices, as well as in quantity, for in September, 1842 16 000 tierces of beef were f Mken a* ?5 9> lOd to ?5 14- 8J, and 14,000 of pork , at ?5 18j 6il to ?5 19i Od. Tne curing houses having been prepared lor the diminished wants of the government, which is said to have large supplies ] still, owing to the cessation nf the China w?r, and e the market is not expected to go lower. We are , looking for arrivals soon of American cured provi- , sions, of abetter quality, and more adapted to the | English market. The lault has hitherto been, tha , the meat has not been firm enough, shrinkiBg in the f boiling, owing to a want ot dry food in feeding the animal. The cutting up also requires alteriition, so that the eye may be pleased as well as the palate. t The condition of Wales becomes worse rather < than better. The whole population is highly ex at- j [it-rated, not only against turnpike impositions, but ? against rents, tithes, and poor rates. It is a mere t blinking of the inmwsr to amen, as some ot 'o t newspapers do, that the only cause ot disturbance , is the tolls on the roads. These are, it is true, a prominent cause, and the feelings of the people first manifested themselves in the destruction of the ' ga'es?but there were other find far more important j causes that produced the general discontent that exists, and the most prominent of these, ns in Ireland, is exorbitant rents; next tithes, which are regnUia^ hi* on ohdlirrJ uvkfpm nl iliincr ? h * otiovuna price of grain on 7 years. But another cause istne absurd and most pernicious Poor Law. The Irish agitation for Repeal attracts less attention, having lost much of its novelty, and Iresh expedients are required to bolster up its popularity? The agitator is assailing Arr.ericau slavery,and is very wroth that so little funds come in from the States. A new way of selling a bad book has been resorted to,from which I should infer that it is at a discount, and grows inusty on the publisher's shelves. Ar arecent meeting at the Corn Exchange, a Mr. O'Cailaghun gave notice that at the next meeting he would inove that there be ordered a number ol copies o' the Liberator's'Memoirsof Ireland, Native Saxon,' to be distributed aa rewards to such repeal wardcnin Ireland, England, and Scotland, hb shall, during the present repeal y ear, have actuilly collected and transmitted to the Association ?20 Of course "the rtni" suffers for this, and a very deceut speculation it will be for the publisher and the ditinterested author ot Memoirs of Ireland, Native and Saxon. The fires in London continue to be of frequent occurrence, averaging five a day. I look on these firts with great suspicion, as they can scarcely be accidental and of so frtquent occurrence. On Thurs day a tire broke out ou board the American ship Toronto, Capt. R. Griswold, which was on the eve of sailing for New York, lying in St Katherine'c Docks, but was soon got under by cutting away a portion of the cook house in which the accident originated. The ship, however, had a narrow escape. The good citizens of London have been and are still full ot ciril and parliamentary elections. The election for Lord Mayor tor the ensuing year ha* been decided. The present Mayor (Humphreys,) wan put in nomination again?the two candidate* next in rotation were Aid. T. Wood and Aid. Mugnay. The Livery and Corporation would not have the former, as some imputations attach to his character, for having been concerned in some disreputable humoug mining speculation, the shareholders of which were completely swindled. Finding it imotpca tn ennteat th* riflipp he rfaipneH nnH ihc present Lord Mayor, not wishing to incur the expense and fatigue of another year in office, Aid. Mognay was chosen. There is a vacant aldermamc gown for the ward of Cripplegate, for which Mr ChHllia ifrill be returned without opiiosition. The death of Sir Matthew Wood, of Queen Caro line notoriety, crea ea a vacancy in the representation of the ciiy. The candidates on tlie other side are hardly yet fairly on the field, both parties ha ving seemingly been undecided as to whom to nominate aa a candidate. The Tories first thought of Mr. Wolverly Attwoed, but he having declined on the plea|ot ill health, a requisition was got up to Mr. Thos. Baring, who has consented to stand.?Such a man connected with so wealthy a house, do ng business with all parts of the world, and the son of Lord Ashburton, is eminently fitted to represent a great oommercial city like London. To oppose him the Liberals have brought forward Mr James Pattison, who has the influence of the antici'ru law league to back him. The election tukes? place in about ten days, hut as yet little interest is manifested on th* subject The ami corn law league have recommenced their operations in favor of free trade with renewed vigour. They held their first meeting on the 28th at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden, which they have engaged tor one night a month wrv til Parliament meets, after which weekly meeting* will be regularly held The league has taken eple? did central offices in Fleet street, where a magnificent building has been fitted up, and where they now issue their Weekly Organ, which him been increased in size, and altered in name from the Antirtroarf Tu? Pirnnlav tn tli.? i oonn* Th?u huvt also branch offices at Chari'iR from nnd Cheapside. It may be of importance to the members of the Masonic b<>dy in your neigliborhoo.'l to inform them that the Grand jLodge of England, which is, they are aware, the great representative ot the great body of that cratt in this country, has increased its vote of ?1000 originally voted lor the purpose ot u memorial to the late Grand Master, His Royal Highness the Duke of Sussex, by a supplemental grunt of very nearly as much more, and that the whole sum (?1,800) is to te devott d to the erectiou of a statue of the late master of the craft, to be placed in the Freemason's Hall. The vote was taken at th? last quarterly communication, a short time since, and it is creditable to the members ol that ancient and mystic body, that it was an uuani minis one. It is a source of consolation to our farmers, thanks to that Providence who dispenses his bounty to all, that the harvest is secure, and notwithstanding the hints which self-interest throws out to the contrary, it is generally admitted that the produce is housed in good condition and a lull average crop; ble*ings for which the country cannot be too gra*-,u' Our trade reports are improving; may the !"Pr?vement continue and progress. Among the capitalists of Frank fe~?created some sensation that the UniteH vernmeni hai withdrawn its ag?ncj*."'onV ".r ?\J'|)e Rothschilds, and uaBsje-<<! it to the Barings 1 he mistrust which the R'Whilds eipreseed on the oo w xr n T ? I U W YOKE. FKIUAY MOR casion <-t the last American loan, id said to be the j cause of ibis measure General Esnartero dined with the Lord Mayor at ! the Mansion Houte on Friday, when the address agreed to by the Town Council, was presented to the Ex-Regent. Nearly 300 persons sat down to dinner. A paper war has been carried on in the Times, betwe?n Lord Ranelugh and General Noguerrus, one of the Ex Regent's suite Lotd R. charges Noguerraw with having ordered the execution of Cabrera's mother, which the latter denies: and, therefore, lie urg?s he outfit not to liave dined at the Mansion House. From what [ know ot the i wo, I should say they were anauios umbo?blackguards both By the bye, Irom the turu tiflursare taking in Hpaiu, it is not at all improbable that Kspartero may be recalled. Anoth r Ex-Prendeut Boyer has recently arrivetl in this country, and proceeded to Paris. Lord Abingro has taken unto hitmell another wife. Two great men in their seyeial lines of busiri* as have recently cut.their stick, Dicky Usher, the tlown, and Wrippert the master ot the Aluucks bund. Our nob:luy,one and another, are getting into sad scrapes. The Earl wl Derby is about to dispose ot liia extensive es'ates in Flintshire and Derbyshire. The Duke of Newcastle's estates of Haiord and uwmelan, and other properties situate in the cnun ties of Cardigan and Rednor, comprising in all ibout 30,000 acres, were sold last week. The F.?rl jf Dacie's property in Gloucestershire, was recently m ihe market. The charge Hgainst Lord Cardigan still occupies ittention He, however, denies anv improper con- a iuct between himself nnrl T.nrtv Wm Pam-t onrl isaerts ii is all a complete do on tfie part of the Lord , o make money. The whole affair is said to be nri- l. :her more nor less than " a plant." It id roundly ^ isserted that a lawyer's clerk was placed under a J >ofa at his lordship's residence, when the Earl of * Cardigan called tliere: and, notwithstanding ail * which may l>e sworn to the contrary, it is paid here is not the shadow of a pretext to substantiate r >ne tittle of damage The noble earl, who has al- * eady enough sins to anwi-r for, threatens to indict ( he whole purty lor conspiracy. Yours, &c. f Loss ok rrire Mkmnon Stkamer in thk Hf-hSra, j ivrrH run overdue India Mail of thk first of Au ^ ?UST.? Liverpool, Wednesday morning?Just be- t ore our paper went to press, we received a second y ;di;ionof the London Times, containing the lol- t owii'g important inti lligence : ? We have received by extraordinary express from g Pari?, li-tiers Irom our correspondents in Syria, c Egypt, Mdlt.i and Marseilles, announcing, we re- n <ret to sav, the total loss ol the Hon. E<ist India t lompany'rf steamship Memnon, off Gape Guarda- i ui, on the const of Africa, near the Aden, on the j, evening of the first of August. The crew, pa&en- / ;ers and treasure were saved, but the mails and the rflects of the passengers went down in the wreck. c We must, however, at this late hour, confine our- t lelves to the correspondence which acquaints us ( vith the melancholy eveut. ) Cario, Sept. 13 The Hindostan arrived on the morning of the 12 h, at four o'clock at Suez. She brings 103 paslenders, and the sad intelligence of the total wreck * >f the Memnon, from Bombay, at or near the Afri- 8 !hd coast, opposite Aden. A!l the maili were total- 1 y destroyed. The commander wascaptain Powell, e vho, I believe, lost the Semi ramie, in her first trip, v leing the first sleam frigate in the Indian navy.? 1 Vlueh blame is attached on this occasion to him. c She struck on a reef after the commander had n >een warned by the officer on watch of the vicinity >f Ian J, and the consequent danger. The mail was arge, but entirely lost The passengers and treasure h ill saved. Two passengers of the Memuon arrived a it Suez by the Hindostau. We have no sickness in ins eliy, una i iinuugu me ua/.uarB wiin imptf- " lity. ' Mrs. Gilmour, thk Alleqkd Murdkress ? A 1 tentleman, who came in the steamer from Liver- , >o<?l along wuh Mrs Gilmour, describes her as a ] yery interesting looking young woman, apparently ibout twenty-four years of age. He had frequent opportunities of getting into conversation with her, ind we learn that, although rather reserved in her manner at first, she afterwards became more communicative, and talked of the situation in which she is placed, hut without directly mentioning the ciime with which she is charged, t-he never loved Gilniour, frhe said, and told him before they were married that she who crigngt'd to nud lovrd another She told hirn, likewise, that, although she whs to be forced to iniirry him, she would never have any thing more to do with htm, and it is stated that ttv parlies never occupied the same bed-room Wnh regard to Gilmour's death, she remarked tha' he died of infl unmation; but her marriage, go much against her will, and all 'he subsequent occnrrences, including her husband's death, crowded so closely upon one another that the whole appeared like a d-eam. In reference to her going to America, she did not, she said, know why she was cent out of the country,nor where the was coing to. She had never personally, she added, offered any objections to returning to Scotland, and she expresse d herself glad that she was home again, although she was aware of what was to take place. She expected ner trial to come on in about three weeks, asshe understood from Mr. M'Kay that steps would be taken to run iier letters. She regretted being sent to America, us she had nothing to conceal, and the sooner (he truth was known the better. It was a great pity, she added at another time,as the whole thing would otherwise have been explained and settled IrflS ago. ^ She spoke in high terms of her treatment i' Ameri cii- She seemed rather indignant, however, at iie , being alleged (hat she was married to Spiers, the . person who went with her to New Yorl- She had p never been happy when under the c'&rKe of that n man, and, on the passage to America she attached . herself to an English lady with tw\ clnldreu, and had a a little communicition with lim as possible J Oor informant remarked that durti? the whole conversation, wh'ch lasted a consuerable time, she never showed or expressed, ir any way, regret . (or the death of her husband,or *eemed to 60 daunt p ed Towards the close of the C'lioquy, he observed, ,1 "That ihe were to of all heart were know to God,, rt and if she were innocent, the?"ly way to fortify her mind was to put her tru?t ir& higher power." She colored slightly, the g?-ntlenan thought, and replied in a bolemn tone?"Yes.'1? Ortenock Advcrluer. ?( Perhaps the most r'narkable political event , which has taken place a< home since our last, is the new attitude assumer1 by the Anti-Corn Law J League. This body fv Id a meeting at Covent Gar- . den Tneatre on Th'^day last, to report their last year's proceedings, and promulgate their plans for the year ensuing /"he theatre was crowded by an 0 enthusiastic audience, chiefly of the middle classes, " and was addre?*fd by Mr. Cobden, M P.; Mr. 8 Bright, M. P. and Mr. W. J Fox. The report " stated, that M year's subscription to the League e und amoun^d to ?50.290 14>; the expenditure n had been >47.814 3* 9J: balance in hand. ?2 176 w 10* 3d. "h<; League had dis'ributed 9 (HO (KM) 81 tracts, w ishing upwards of WO tons, to 2# (WO 11 electors.n 2-t counties. ?nd 259 226 electors it 187 borougls. in all to 496 226 electors; and the di.stributior has yet to be made in 47 counties nnd 3$ boroiyfcs. ! ./le report was adopted. The plnn of proceed- 3 ir? for next year proposes?1st. To depo^te a copy rf every registration of all counties and borotghs " m the Uni'ed Kingdom ut a centrnl office in J.oii- , Ion 21 To open a weekly correspondence with :*K) 000 elector-m doubtful boroughs, at a weekly -xpense ol ?2,5:10 3 f To visit, not by their agents, but by a d? potation of theCoUtioil ol the Lecgue, j, every borough in the kingdom. 4th. To contest all e mtwre borough flections, and provide free irade v candidates f>r nieh boroughs as are at a loss for hem. 5th. To bring before a con.mon juryevery (j advocate of protection who ahal/ be reported by 0 |, committee ol the House of Commons, to be (, guiliy of bribery at any future election 6th Ae soon as such a step shall be judged expedient, to re commend the electors *0 memorialise the Queen to dissolve the present House ??f Commons, on the h p.ea that it was cVofen by corrupt me..ns, and is not J therefore pos*esst d ot ihe pablic confidence 7ih. " To raise a turn of ?100,000 ;n be applied to the be- ' lore mrntioned purposes. In the cotirfe of his speech " Mr. Cobden said that the League did not intend re- ' commending any more petitions to the present " House of Commons, a" announcement which was " received with the m#at tumultuous cheers.? IVil J mer'? Ntwt iMttr, The Loodhiana, iron steamer at Liverpool, built by Mr. Laird, ol North llirkenhead, for the Don hi hast India Company, is intended for ! >? navigation of the Indian ri?*?- is 160 lee/, bean. *>? f*#?t Shi?ndRft pair of 4o hoTsc enffiACs ; a?ci I U tttciik nn.l 41 kjt h?jrrlruli V SllCll 18 il*" |r n,ul"? tl,|U iiKiirpr, ii '?* ? m?M" ?f Wf^r, with her engines, coal, ami hII stores on r 5r-fd, will he only 1 loot 10} tnefiea! Her speed, * oy log, has b?en found to be lli knots an hour orating every lerry boat on the nvrr hollow. With E (wo loaded Hit* at her tail, she went through it m *< from 9 to fJJ knotd. Her steering and turning an 'I moat remarkable. Wuen going straight, she >i scarcely requires the Ivlm lo be moveflj and she I will turn in her own length t?he ia entirely on a 1 new construction, unlike anything that haa yet h been buth; and, from her puccesn, will probably give li rtae to a new era ia the thape ol river crait, und I1 hhbshbbh??? ??i i "o wr ti ' li IV X] NI.NO. OCTOBER 20, 18 lead to important improve nienta and practical dmcoveriea in what iiimv be termed surface sailing I Sh? has a rudder nt the bow as well as alt. Tire I engines will be taKen out, and ttie hull separated in I pieces, sc. that she nmy be sent to India by ship. j* ailway Excavator ? A trial ol an immense 1 machine tor ctiltiug railroad.-*, imincd bv the inven- ' tor, Mr. Cochrane, a native of the United Stales, i "1 he Railway Excavator," was made yesterday in ' I he (jremieeeot Messrs Varrall and Co , the engine 1 and machine inak< r.s in the A v nue Trudaine. A j large heap ol earth and htunes was placed at one ex- . iremity ol the yard, and thf machine having been J :et to worik by means of a steum engine of 20 horsepower forming pari of it, ihe greater pari was cut ( through and the rubbish thrown aside in a lew mi I nutes. Several scientific gentlemen who were present expressed theirstirprise ?i ihe tremendous pow- * ?r of the machine. Mr. Ooelirtne stated that the " leap ol eurih w..s not of a sufficiently firm nature 11 ;o aflord proper resistance to the cutting pari of tue P nstruinent. Whin the opposing body was weighty j! ind strong:, the powers of the machine were, he re- ' narked, infinitely better te.-ted. One of these ma w !hines ip, we understand, now in use on the Eastern ^ounuea KailroaH.? Galignani's Messenger. c Mahriagks in High Life?The nuptials of Lord ^ Dalmeny wi'h Lady Wilhelrnina Stanhope, iook c ilace ou Wednesday morning in Si George's Hnu- " iver-square, was graced by he friends and relatives a >t both noble families, wiih the exception of ihe " Countess Stuhofe (mother of the bride), whose ^ langerous state prevented her bring present on me uieresiing occasion. Lord Stanhope was present, ? ind gave away his li vely daughter. On Tuesday were mnrrird, at St. Luke's church, r 'helsea, the Marquis ol Ormonde and Mibs Frances -j ane Piget, eldest daughter ot General the lion. < 5irE Prfget, G G. B , governor of Chelsea Hospi- v al, and lady Harriet Paget. The Right Rev. the 6( Jishopcf Ossory < (Uciated at the ceremony (. Sir Bourchier Pall Wrey, Bart., Tawstock Court, (j iear Barnstable, the ancient seat ol the family, from v vlioin his natm* and titlw are derived, was uuited in |, he holy bands of wedlock, on Monday lust, at ? i/larylebone New Church, London, to Miss Coles, he daughter of a laboring man, who formerly workd, and was the keeper of a lodge, on the hon. iaronet's domains in the above mentioned parish c Die fortunate bride, thus raised to an elevated sta- v ion from humble life, is not more than twenty 11 'ears ol age, while Sir Boutchier cannot number " nuch lets than sixty. o' On Wednesday last, the marriage of Humphrey ^ St John Mildmay, M P , and Miss Marianne Harlourt Vernon, dauehter of Granville Harcourt Ver- tl ion, M P., was Bol#miii*ed al Bishopthnrpe Palace, ?i he archeoiecopal residence of the Archbishop ot 1 fork, in Yorkshire, in the presence ot a numerous " umily circle. The ceremony was performed by ihe ' Uchbis-hop,(grandfather of the bride. w The Rev John Summer, eldest son of the Bishop t. if Winchester, will shortly lead to the altar Mary, > he young, beautiful, and accomplished daugh er of yolonel Le Courtier, Queen's aid-de-campe, and ? discount of Jersey. P Wales. ^ The impunity with which the Rebeccmtes have ii :arried oh their war against the tollgates in the r outh of Wales, has caused disaffection to spread 0 hrough the northern provinces, aud the people are () vtdeutly awaking to the wrongs and oppressions ^ dnch they have patien'.iy endured for centuries ? v n proportion to their success, the Kebeccaites be- D ome more daring, and, we are sorry to say it, k (lore vindictive. The Monmouth Merlin siys? ' The Rebeccaites have disgracefully lost whatev- ? r of pnttige was attached to their caus? ; they h avc committed iucendiatism and murder ! Cow- J' rdly miscreants have flung a torch among the liuits f harvcoM ? ??.??. tt iuuu oi an aged woman ! Is this the war whose g 1 romantic character" challenges the sympathies of Ui igh minded Welchmen 1 The glory of the "Cum- ? nan William Tell" and his gallant mountaineers ai ias departed ; they have become Swings and ruth sa assassins." Ireland. H The R-peal agitation continues in Ireland with ? inabnttid tirdor, t.ut without exciting any apparent 'j ilarru on the p Art of the government^ It is Elated ? hut the governme't is secretly yet actively matur- ti ng i Inns to crush the first attempt at sleeting en r !rihli Parliament. Mr. O'Connetl, in his speech at I; Jlitdon, had stated that his "monster meetings" 1 vere nearly ovt'r? that he should not hold mure hnn seven or eight more ot mem?that the country vhi sufficiently arouced?and that the giantmoral ' lower o? Jreland was now strong enough, with sub- d >rdiuation and discipline, to accomplish all they j vanted?"Repeal, and nothing but Kepeal!" D Italy. P; Bologna continued to be agitated by accounts ol u he movements ot the insurgents who, it appeared, tii verecollectina in guerilla partus in the mountains. ? yount RadnzUy. the military governor of the '1< jombardo Venetian kingdom, has received authoifV to place at thedieposnl of thesovereigns ol Italy V 1,000 men in case ol need, and to march them on the hreatened points The Augsburg Gazette of the 13 h inst. says that tt he most contradictory reports are circulated, rein- s ive to the late insurrection at Bologna It is ru- n nored that the insurgents are still in such force in ' he mountain'" in the direction of PiMoya and De ci iagni Delia Poietta, that it will require the inter- 10 'ention of a for* ign force to dislodge them. In the neantime the Pipal government had sent all their lipposable troop- against the insurgents The Toulonniis of (he 14'li inat. quotes a letter pi rom Naples ot the 26tb ult mentioning that syrup- cl orns of dirorderwere beginning to manifest them r* ems in 1 hat capital. Attempts hud Hgain been iiade to set on tire ihe doihts of ladies of rank in he streets of Naples. Several arrea'a had tak^n ,l( lace According to a decree of the police, every hI ndividual caught in the act was to be bastinadoed *} nd afterwards tried by a criminal court. The Ne- ^ politan government was afraid to call in regiment* pr oin the provinces, where, it appears, considerable na xcitemeni prevailed; but orders had been sent to ab le four Swiss regiments to repair thither for the *stivity of the Madonna de Pie di Grota, when an utbrcak was apprehended. " ~ pr Grceee. an A revolution, which puts to the blush that of the three glorious days of July," has been brought ' bout in Greece. It commenced two o'clock in ] ie night of the 14 h, and was aircomplished within nr, welve hours afterwards, and without the cost of one mi uman life Pr The council of ptate, the army, nnd the citizens j f Athens, united in forcing from King Oho the dis- th nissal of his minister?, nnd the calling of a national ne saembly to draw up a definitive constitutionolGreece re< -and u nen it is recollected that they have had to cu ndure the frustration o! their first revolution, it it- J"' or to be wondered at dat the Greeks resolved on wringing from the fears of theirsovereign that con liiution they cou'd no bngerhope for trom his jusce. hi It is not thought tha the "protecting powers" nr< rill interfere to preventthe sitting of the National <>'> .ssembly, though the ittlement of the constitution ri? t he proposed by that bdy will no doubt be jealousr watched . ,, . It is said thaf the Itng yielded with bad grace. J,,' rhen he found that ?l resistance . on his part would e unavailing. Iteleven o'clock, A. M , before ?nr is obstinacy wnsi^bdued. jet Algiers. The accounts .'om Algiers nre of a more peaceale character, ??d the Regency was beginning to Lot njoy u degre*?f tranquility. The military con- s oys between 'ran, Mascara nnd Tlemcrn, now of irculate Ireel' under the escort of friendly Arabs, voti >eneral Lanticiere was still in the field, and to is operationwas the tracquility of the interior to e atcribed. *,B ^tna. Z The PyUes, Cnmminder J.otiin S. Trindsl, asnrrivedit Devonport from China. Her d ite* Uy' re Chusanlst of April, Am?v on the 2fi h. Hong }>B! long May . and Singapore 3.J of June. The Pyides hrourf a mail, which was landed and for tn,,r .arded >e was engaged in the Cnina war from a> fi ie commicement of hostilities By comparing r lese datf with the accounts brought by the Inst llPri verland nil in August, it will be seen that the nou 'yladea In brought much later intelligence. misi Theatrical*. Pmry-lne will depend entirely upon opera and 'he alleij tigive due effect to which the lollowing Br?: mioiigst many other*, have been engaged: rhf -^t??'/<l, II Phillips, Giubilei, Stretton, Balfe, Pe" emi%n. Hirrwon. Allen, Mrs. Alfred Shaw, . '! its* Njciio, Miss Rainforih, Mim Homer, Misf. 1" ? letts.Jrrot, and Carlotta Grisi, Mr. Hudson, and si Irs. t*t#l0g ; A|ao a sinter of a th.nn,,. *i i ill mak'/irr J?*but shortly after the (pining. M w?rl knedici to ho miuical conductor, Mr Tull) h'"1 tilldireche chortims. Mr J. Hunhea will lead Smil tmnd )?d operas, by Si?nor Benedict, 8aife. ??!! nd JohnVrnett will be produced in due o?*?rt<e rhe MenrtOneve Mre named as th?? ?<'en'o nr- . istfl. Cov* Uarden will " do" <ie f?''l?r dra- ntpJ na, and thiollowing eminent P*r{Cr f,rs,, a7P rn- Th isted undrhe hanne ? o? <> Wallack, tlie nnilc rt<see Vdt nhotl. itielps, Anderson. Q. Ben-1 can, [ERA 43. neli, Co<>pfr, Hariey, Krclev and wilV, Mrs Nn beti, Mrs Warner, Min 11 Fueit, Mitu P Iio ion, Mr. and Mra. Gilbert, and many other* ol it lent Hnd ri'i'UiHiion. The opening novelly will h Mr. Buurcicault's long-talkeu ol play ot "Woman, and a new larcc Many novelties have been ai ceuted. and a reduction ol uricea lias been conten >lated, but not fixed upon. The Adelphi open Willi much Ihe sune company as last season. Thre new pieces are 10 be produced <iu the opeuin light?m new three-act drama ; a drttinatic built jy Mr. Fuzbali, 011 ihe subject ot Ondine, iu wliic Vlr Frampton, Mr. Wit land, and Madame Proch jriubilei will perform ; and a new tarce. 'Ihe Priri Lett's opens 011 the 2.! ot October with but slight al eratioiiH in its company. A vi imou ut Dwuueiti1 Jon PasqUate will be among (he earltent novelties ind a new burlesque drama, by Mr. A'beckett, 1 ilao preparing At the Hay market anew comedy 1 new two-uct drama, and a new farce are to b iroduced iu >ap'd t-uceesMou ; and Maoame Ce este and Mr. VVcbster will shortly return 10 Londoi rom their provincial tour, and will re-appear 111 1 iew piece. Drury-lane commences with "The Siege of Ro helle," by Bade, the principal pans by Madumt Llbertazzi, Templeton, and H. Phillips. The se ond 01 mere singers had not been beard upon tlitsi oards lor several years, and ol late, us our reader re aw ure, lie bus been singing with gr at tflic ud apclau-e nt the Princess'.* i'heatre. We una I e ftTj glad to h.ive him back again, lorthe lalt ludame Malibran uttd to siy thai no English sing r by wnom she had ever been supported satishei er so well as Templeton. We are told that Maaine Albertazzi la considerably unproved as an act est), and here it waa thut she was moat delicient.? .'he opera will be lollowed by the uew ballet ol 'The Peri," which we have before mentioned, flieri we asserted that it had not tailed in Parts, nt nine ot our c vntenipor .nea maintained. Curious rrisi and Petipa will be the chiet suppiMt ot it in le dancing department. We are assured, and can fell believe, ihat no cost has been avoided in order j get up the ballet tuall its pans in a maimer uueuuiltd in una country. Fashion* for October. Cuchemires, silk* ol every inscription, displaying peuliar beauty anil vanety both in colorx auii ?t> le, wub elvelt, couDtitututhe Innmoiialilu materials in prepara or Jo we aet> any chance ol bugles declining in lavor : meed,, re-illes, berthes, und cultures composed f them aro i eady to receive tue i teud ol velv et, the rose, ,C., which murks us use tur drets or neglige, lu embroidery ,everything spotted is ihe fashion, wbeieriu su lit stitch, application, or crotchet Suisse , the pot is either round or oval as the entire berry; cuni'tjus collars, crowns ol cairn, all are edged or spriggad .'ith them ol every gtauKlon; organdy dresses have junces covered w uh r..w# ol spots increasing in siz.-, lielaig>st i.eing ue u > uo.e Iranc piece; others /Uti tucks, have the spots even larger. Tue fashion it xteuued even to pocket handkerchiefs, of which tlu pots are sometime* colored. Sleeves and chemisettes a la Jeftiicette will be wore mil silk dressts; the sleeves are short, but intended tc ass bslow the still shorter one ol silk, which is tight hey arc with three rows ol trimming in organdy richly mliroidured, and arranged a la Niuoii; tho chemist ttu n a the sjme st> le, and lorin-i rabat or lull ol muslin, all outiil the corsage, but open In the centre, and mode more r lens inside the body as requited. Pretty dinner dresses aie made with open skirts, the odies on the shoulders but open ut the waist, and uisheil all ronud the body and skirt with trimmings a la leilln of the ribbon. Ke nt gotes in checks art also trimltd with these plaitings ol ribbon in two colors, and irm pretty negligi s. 'J he lineiicss .it the weather has precluded all changes 1 bonnets, the light and elegant ones lor aumiuur wear ave been alono seen ; Ittucy straws aie tuiiimed with le lull plaitings of iibDon, sometimes two rows ol'lilac lid on the trout, and a cock's leather of yellow sbuded ntii lilnc in ornament, others ?i? uimi'lj lesu pl.:itu g-. i he auiuuiuai capotes are ot satin or rosde Touts iup>uk or blue glace with whit< , und or ameuted with a leather ot the ??ior ot the bonnet Velet bonnets ol violet or green will be ornamented with gi cites ol the heron or queues ol the Bird ot Paradise laded, the color of the bouutt. The coitlure Victoria, composed for a recent event as ol u pink gauze ribbon, intermixed with sprays ol meralds mourned on gteen ; the coitlure I'eiiis lormet t a lace scarf, and the Flora und Provencal are all pretty .'heescuurpi s mautelei will be woin the weathei (lmits ot the pardraKiM. Scans of plain satin aro merely rimmed Willi Vcnilteune laid on Plain, and pejeriuei ound at the back have long narrow ends in front, which ail under til ceinture -From the " London and Pari* .tidies' Magazine of Fashion." Markets. i-.... ... k4...... h.>..t,Oki a ?EiMCUtquel bills Viavr eeli done at 61 to ttl ior those bearing interest at 1 Jd pei av. Hud at mi to 6J lor tho*e at I Ad. Mexican Btiiidi were dune at a-I J, but they have sincr ncliued J per cut, having been last bold at 34j. Tbt elerred Bonds urn 9J, Peruvian JIJ. Portuguese Kivt nr Cents 4.)^, 8putii-h Three per Cents 19^, and tin hree per Ceu's :Mt. The financial accounts from Porigal, tiy this wet U'a mail, are any thing hut satisiactory; lere ai e sone ol the larg- holder* ot the bonds that ai ay s make t. strong effort to stay any symptoms of u actine in prices. 8-jtne ominous rumors have bven set afloat this morning ispecting 'he determination ol government to place the sturbed Welsh counti's under martial law, in order t* press the price ol the fund<. Some sales lor the Account ere made arly in the mornir.g, which, rompaied with ie small extnit of the operations now carried on in the tock Exchacge, may be considered important, and the suit wan, the depression of the price to 91 J; since that melheie has been a ially to91}, in const qtience ol' the rculators ol the rumour above alluded to being unable i point out the eource from which it originated. The Money Market last weak was not to steady ns itial Some fluctuations to"k place by the publication ol taggerated statements in refeience 11 the revolution in reece, but it haa completely rrcovered itsell, and the rices for all descriptions ol stock are firm, and the de >ine experienced in many descriptions has boen fully stored. London TitADr. HrrnuT, Oct. i ?Coffe*?The public lea have ottered 330 bags and 40 casks Biitish I'lanta )n, Ceylon; 490 bags Dutch Company's Java, and MO iles Mocha The C--y Ion and Mochas sold, the former 47sto 80s 61 for goo.) ordinary to the low middling qua y, and the latter at 691 6d to 70s 61 for middling to good iddling clean garbled ?which are ubtut the previous ices The Java was taken in at 47? to lils, lor good ordi ,ry, rtoiii yellowish to floe even palish being chiellj ove the value. Sugar?The demand Tor British Plantation continual ry limited, the trade still purchasing only for their im idiatx wants,but lor the quantity disposed of, lait wei. k't ice* have generally bevn obtained. The transactions lount to about 2<I0U cask", inclusive ol lo'lol Barbadoes. jich went oil more readily than lor tone time past, at < 01 to HAs Od for low to flno yellow, beiag the extreme I tie. Rice?Of 3890 bags Bengal, barely one half found boy i at 10s 6d. and a few lots at lis for middling to good ddling white, being about the mint rates as lust weel; ivrtely lew transactions have taken place. Lotsdos Cons ExcHtsnt, Oct. 3 ?At this day's market i're was a good supply of Knglish Wheat, principally w,from Essex nnd Kent; tlic dry samples were in good quest, and taken off eaily at Is per quarter over the irrency of this day week, and before the close of the irket a fair clearance was made of other descriptions at te rates. Foreign in Granary was held with great firm ss, tint there being some quantity offering ex ship, the ill?:rs succeeded, in partial cases, to buy on rather easier rms Although fine Chevalier malting Barley is quiti dear, distilling and grinding sorts are Is. cheaper Pea* s generally Is. lower, hut in Malt nnd Beans there is alteration. The return above shows an abundant aril of Irish Oats, ?nd those reported from Archangel I Foreign are offering duty paid, maUinir altogether a ge disp ay of samples. The present demand is quite dequate to these c <ntmned l.irgn supplies, which lias ther increased the d?pression; ?ur dealers bought ririgly, nnd most of the sales were made to consumers I country dealers at 81. per quarter reduction on all criptions. Stock of Ouaiv in Bono os Sr.rr?5, 184:1. Mar'if Oalt. Ryr M'nt. I'rat. flour. tie' r iik'hi, ijrs. I tn.40'1 *5.641 M.9W too 110.157 2^.709 50,48:1 ewt. idon, ' 172.892 l'J,836 16,103 ? 41,865 4,<>W 22.509 " dow Knghah Wheat, the condition or which h.-ini: isideruhly improved, met a free sain at au ndvance ol to 3a per quarter on the curr> ncy of this day week ung n Rood attendance of country milium, there wa ir extent ol husintas done In Foreign at a aimilar imvenient. N?w Malting Dtrley la. cheaper. Grinding hont alteration There i? no ch nge In value in elthi r It or Beans, hut all daarriptiona of Tea* arc the turn ii or ol buynrs. In addition to thn reported arrival 01 *, about 9 or 10 veaaela got tip fresh thia morning from and. There ha* been less disposition shown to pr?s is, aud although we are unable to note iiny improveit, we may report more flrmneia, and a moderate m|< illy our previous currency. ommkbcmi. ?The revival of trade i? the theme of ge- , nl congratulation. Every branch of business feel* it> | rishing glow In tho manufacturing districts all is le an'l activity. The demand too, it principally con | il to the homo market. Orders Irom the Esat. mnr< iculaily for China, have come pouring in ol late lint other great foreign markeia, the United Statea and eil?ar? in a state of comparative, if not stagnation Cotton market, that unerring barometer ol the terniturc, continue* active, aometime buoyant lie sale* I'or the week, ending the 8'?in ult (Saturday,) | s net been quite io great a* pri vionalr. "tit the it- i d haa been well sustained, and ho,J ,, *re. a leculntion haa subside I a HM*"i but the pre***'1 >e,'l at once healthy m' rnco"r?glng tab aame re. t k appiiea to th?p;;"*'* *?r Colonial produce Sugar | morovi-??">cially the better qualities.? IVilmer 1' o r kr >oi. Cottoi* Mabkkt, October 3?The do < I lor ( otton haa improved, and ou mai ket was hnsv ^ I'day; 1400 bales 9'irat were aold at Irom 3 1-41 to 3 per lb, which la 1 81 per lb. higher than previona I f e salas of Cotton to-ilty are estimated at 1J.000 bales. 11<> onsis*. of the loUowing description* ?9 40?? Ameil. I T t a 8d, 200 Parnam and Ceara,0 a 400 Bahia, 6; la WB???I?-- hh i?? L O. Hr|f? Two C?nta WO Maraoban, 6| a 5}, 4tw fc.,> ^Zu, a 7?i; l,7oo rturat, }a Jj-to'ai, u.uou puwuumji, itua ?y?k jaouoniuklDg 87,000 bait. *iuc? I* i? t.-. Taken toilay ou speculation, 1,300 Sural mud 6,(00 American, and lor ex, port, 200 Acjti ican Tin-dtiuand continue* bnik, and we iniy new consider prices luliy i higher thi.u Friday toi all kind., ?nd in tome instances ilie lowsr qualitns of American bav? brought j advance. Ol ih?; above nalef, we should say at least "iO.O'jO t>nIttB wtre taki n on speculation. , laipoit* unci; 29th ult ? 742 New Orleans, 775 remainbuco, Ib8i Egyptian, bao East Iml a -Total, 4,279. h* rinoiu>i.nhV Sale or Cottui*?The sale ol cotton bli .Monday last amounted to not it1.s than i0,0Ou bales,and nil ol 1 (id per lb. Wal rotublisheii. Thia la one " oi the iaigeat daily aale? that baa ever taken place jn Lit eipool hi rr. 22 ? Tbo di mand has not been so briik as laat week, and couatquently the transactions, though to a good extent, are moie limi-ed. Pi ices, bowrver, continue to be lully supported. Braxils are about 4, Eg) pimns ar? selling at J aovance, mid Hea Island, according to qualities 4 10 Id. above our last quotation*. 8|?cui..tor* Uave taken Id,MM) bales 01 Amerirao, 800 Buhia and Macao, 700 " Murauhuin, .'WO Sura! and S'O Eg) ptian, and exportrrs 600 & bale* I Ameiicau aud 70 I'. 1 nam*. The suits ol the day are about 6000 bales of ull kinds?:he mui ket closing with firmness . " ?KfT 29lh.?l'here han been much less spirit in the demand this week lhan last, but thia ha* not bad uny influence upon holder*, who continue exceedingly ftim and show no disposition to sell but at lull prices The exit tremerateaol Kriday are now cuirent lor all kind*, and I the market, although quiet, maintains a healthy appear| ance. ; Speculators hutetaken 3100 American and 400 bales of [ Hurat?and exporting 400 American, 200 8uiat and 100 I Pernams. 1'hu sale* to day are about 6010 bale* ol all kinds, el which about 600 bales aie to speculators. State ok Trauk.? Manchester?We have tho plea RUIUU1 I IT|Mii 111 IK I Hill, nuitr ii.t- iillir ui UUI iobi luvmaij i circular, our maiket ha* continued active, and b< en at1 tended with hut little fluctuations ill juices. The 11011-ar> rival ?f the Indian mail has, no doubt, bad the effect of i giving some little check to opetutioh* tor the East; hut , ou the whola, there has beau a large business done during the month at lull rates, and the piofils of our mauuiac ttircrs have been greater than for a iong time past. A laige demand has continued for grey Cloth, and in the absence of stocks, production has been to a considers hie extent anticipated by the parties entering into contiactn? J Hand-loom Supers are taken at same quotations as our last; but owing to the demand for weavers in more remua> rativo employ ment, few 01 these things arc making, i Pi inters, 64 and fcfl reeds, are still in large demand, ami there bring no stock, a iurtht-r advan. e haa been eUacted ol IJd (o 31 per piecr?-21 inch Printing' ' Cloths, 7i reed, have hi en cleared oil'as produced, and ' bent qualities have advanced as high us Od per piece.? This, however, la to be regaided as itie i xtreine late. We < quote Si I O.J I per piece as Deing the current price taken lor the beat makes. The. encouragement afford* d to the manufacturer by thtsn prices, has led to many 1 again applying themselves to this des< ription of cioth. The supply is cunsrquently increasing, and will, doubtless, in u short lime, be equal to the 1 demand. vVe are disposed to think pticcaof this width 1 and quality will not rule higher than pi eseut quotations; at he same time, if the present extent and activity ol sales ' continue, we si-e no reason to apprehend an euily decline. 1 0 B pi inters ure very scar, e, una in Ott reed qualities a lurther advauce ol 3d per piece has bet n obtained ; 7i reed 1 are ill ho in good demand, and our quotations for thtse make* 1 must be marked at Id higher, inch, 7J reed, accoiding > to the expectation wo t xpressed last month, have almost all been cleared < ff, ihere not being more than threeor ' lour thousand piece* in the market The slight difference ' between the price of these and 37 inch has been the teap' tation. 30 inch shirtings are baru in stock and in good request. The prices ol these fabrics range from Ijd to Sd per piece higher than our quotations ol la.t msiitb. A large number of looms, latteriy occupied by the production oi V 3 cloths, having bt en converted to tba put pose of weuving J7 inch printing cloths, we ure Incliin d to suppose that 9 8 shirting and printers will adv. nee higher, in consequence ol the necessarily diminished production which will result Irom this change in the employment of the machines?loity and lorty five UiCli huntings have not neen in as oi isk ueiuanu a* III" belore mentioned labrics, owing to the non-arrival ol the overland mai , but manufacturer* are firm iu their aeuKiiiu lor en advance, <qualto the rile in the rate* of the maple, (tUe raw co lon costing tli?m from Jd to (d peril) mine.) The country trade is now opfcrm.g more treely in these widths, at the advanced prices. Tliere aro 1 no stocks, and it advict* Iroin India uud China be encour' we bave little doubl of theau goods ruling Higher. il) men shirtings continue ra'her dull ol demand, but no storks arc made, price* remain Him. Grey jaconet* of 1 nil widths and qualuie* ure exceedingly bare ol supply, 1 and order* are still difficult of execution, owing to the scarcity ol weavers. Mousst lint* de lame are iu large r riq iwt. and the uianuUctui ars aie mostly under contract. There are no stocks, and the belter in*ke* are fully ' engaged lor some timelo come. The demand lor domestics is t-lighlly improved, ami un advance ol 1 Itid to Jd per yard hisbi>(ti l flee ted on medium qualities. 64 long cloth* are little inquired lor, but few are made, and atockii light,so that pneesure (Ustainrd. During lite early part of the month a large buiinei* wu done iu the Yarn Market, and price* w?r? demanded by several Spinner* which had the trudency of slightly > chicking operations; they have, however, given way, - and an advance ol Jd to J t per lb. on la*t month'* quota tlons has been establish*'J, and at tin st- considerable lalea have been made. Although there I* ju*t now no gieat amount of bustle, a good trade is being done. There are no stock*, ai d many spinners are unier engagement* at urrent rates Good *erond* Mule, Iroin 6i)* up ward*,are eineg largely in thefop lor ihe Bradford market, and 'arching prices} I per )h. higher than in the bank Warpa >il>o ai<* in kco'I request lor Germany. The narketon ihe wholei* buoyant, and li oiders of any moment for India he brought by the mail*, we may calculate on prlCM progressing lunh'-r upward. '1 h? Cotton Market -.till suppoitsthe advance which the operation* during the pa?t two mouth* on speculation have brought about. How far present rate* will be mainrained will depend upon writ authenticated rtport* Irom the United Slate*, a* to tho yield of the new crop, on which much diversity ol opinion at pre*cnt eiists. If there prove to he, which we yet *ee no reaton to doubt, a harvest < qual ut least to that ot last year, we ara Hill disposed to tuink that prices will rule lowet than present rates. Oct- 3 ? We have little, iu fact no change, in the statu of trade this wet k, as compared with the last. A fair, ihaugli by no m-ans a large business, is doing in cloths, and prices lor t<ll kind* are lirm.but in no case, we think, higher. The only decided favorjble symptom is, that mora is doing for the home trade, draper* buying Very 'reely,and who are apparently laving in larger siocks than they have done for some j ear* past, and, tl prices do not get up considerably, tho low prices will doubtless induce parties to keep their stock* well up. The India and China buyers appear det* rmitied n t to do any thing till the m ill arrives, and now due Twist ia very ready ale, though some usually large buyers for the north of Europe are no w folding their hands. The low price of 'he article will, there is no doubt. Induce them to speculative purchase*, now that no loss can possibly be sustained tly the holding oi stock. Nochangr in prices. Mi*cHs>r*a, Oct. j ?The month which hafjust closed has been characterised ny considerable activity in moat of the branche* of our trade. The Home trade, and it ia with oro than ordinary satisfaction that we state it, has | greatly improved, and tho demand fur goods Itom this ource is without parallel, since the year 1 t-S7. Vigor nas thus been impaited to several branches of manulacture, which are moro immediately dependent upon it,so that we find Domestics higher in price, and diminishing in stock, nn improvement in Fustian*, and many other article* ol minor importance. Tha Print trade has felt the influence ot this change more than perhaps any other, and fiom being the most depressed has become one of tho most active. The preparations made for the present autumn season have been on nn extensive scale, and we beI it will be found that the demand will fully justify it. The much improved condition of the United states marI Wnt in uliirt hnvil cr ita full IaIhmiaa am ?l> ia KmraW ? f) *- " UV? v' * WI?MVU| ?UU although the oi l and *tai>le article of 7 3 h print* can no longer besent, Muui*?liiie* <le I-aine, Velvets, and other fabric* are id preparation in quantity. The same activity lor that part of the world prevail* in Glasgow, where much difficulty ia found in obtaining suitable good*, and ure may mention that the article of Jaconett* and BishopLawn* have, within two months, rlieu in price some 13 to '10 per cent. The non arrival of the Overland Mail ha* produced a wnnt of activity amoi gst the K is'ern buyers, which w? Have not exptmenced in any former mouth daring the present year, and wo believe th it purchases have Deen .in a greatly diminished scale. Tke accumulation in the stock ol 40 inch Shirtings, which might have been looked for in the ab-ence ol Extern orders, ha* net taken place to any extent, which m*y he accounted for by the proif re?*ively improving general demand, which also enable* i* to atnte that price* are maintained, and we therefore repeat onr quotation for the Ian* month. Of Jaconet* 30 in by 24 yd* lor printing, onr market has been entirely cleared, flrat by tbe Greek*, and *ubae? fluently by u United 8*?tea demand before alluded to, irom onr neighbor* th? Olaagow printer*; we notice a . ri*e in th> m ol 10 to IA per cent on goods up to fls Sd and of 7$ per cont in the higher ranqe ol price* Other Jaconets have advanced in about the s .me ratio with tfce raw material, ond the some m iy he taid of Cambrics Madapoll'ims, kc 7 8ihs Printing Cloth* contintw in very gri?t-oi|'ie**. Wehaeenot.we are happy to *ay, a~f drawback to notice in the general bnsint s* rf th- Month; our trado now that we have been ble?"*'d w'th a good and welli ctin (1 halves', we canoe*0,,t l^ok for ward with cratl ??<! ? to nn apparently nrv''0"chiiig period of prosperity. Yarn? t'he deman-"or 'hit article w?i ateadily maintained in the qnw1'1''" #n(' 't'tmbei* nqitable for the coninent, durir g ,1S pnr'>' PSTt of 'he month, and a largo ^ttslness wii "onB Kt ?d?ranced rate*; Utterly the demand ?a* fallenJ" lor *heae quarter*, arid being unsupported by ot(l' * l"rom the e??t, the market ha* been much quiet. ,.r ,..'oont, however thia more limited hit?ie??? having any matetial efttt upon price*. In tmmhora and I'lali'.i-* tinted f,>ro*n manufK'tiire*, tho extreme lull ?tea are freely paid, Mit for export, price* may beoonidered nearly nomii *1. L*roa.?The business transacted In thl? dutrict during ho past month ha* been oxten ive, more so than for a engthenerf pariod, which ha* ?hown itaelt In the advan. in? rate* both ol wool and "ages! the aame may he ??id if the worsted districts, where the den nud continue* reatly to incrense, and every mcceeding market d*y ivt-? hi<hor quotation*. H??ar Cotton \UannT, Bept. 94 ?We continue to 'Ceivu but very leebie mpplie*. The import* ol the eek amount only to l,98J,bale?, whil*t the ?al?* extend ""' " i inr hock ai ao >ui ii?,iw wi?. hmiif hont the week th?<lrman<i haa hrm v?ry irrrfit r; during aom? d?y? scarcely any thing waa done; on

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