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NEW-YORK, TUESDAY, .MARCH L5.
ry llorar "Lrauue < oiivt-ntion. April 5 1842?
The following Resolution was luatuntotiily adopted ?a
meeting of the ?? Home Lea?ue" oftl?? **ta'-e of New-York;
heid in the City of N?-uVnrk Oh tie- 9th Fi >.. ??st. :
Resohed, That the " Home League" of tie- State ol %'?-??
rorfcapprrjvethrcall made byoweroftbePiriniary League
for a .National Convention '.. Deleft?representing ti:*- in?
terest* of the friends of the Protecuonof Hone IndtnfD"*- and
li.e Promotion ot ItceiprocaJ Commerce,and un:'..- ?n -1''
r*-<lU'*?t that ih*> ?????i-iraf- which may be fi..r-.-:i from other
Home Leaenes Btrt Agricultural Societies and also 'ro"1
Mechaniciif, Maoafactorintr, Commercial and Internal ira
provement ;??>'.o?Ht,(,n? throufjhOUt tie- United ?"-:?'>'*_? ?"'
desired to bring with them alfsoch ?rarxirtari; iii.-orni^.,^..
?? tlieir rariou? opportunities, localities, fcc- ^ar,i- :" r*.' ?'
euce to ;i..- objects of the Home League, an.'. Uia. toe sua
delegates in-.-: a: the Repository of ti.-- Aniencari I^n.u.e
vu the 5th day of Aprjj ?,,xU id 1) o'clock A. .-t.. and ?
Executive Comm?u?e ? hereby authorized wj^opl such
measure? a? they mav deem ?tPf?i*?"* ^K'Pm?v
muy to the above ca'll. l^ffi&S&dSF'
VVILLI AM ' CONS E L V E A.
WILLIAM C. LANGLEY,
HORA. E ST. JOHN,
Ex?nn've Committee?(.the Homel^ajrne
ot the State ot NeW-i orn.
fO" The Editors of rill the journals in the Country xcho
ure friendly to ike P'rotectirm of our Home Indu.>try and 'Jir
establishment cf our Commerce on it basis of equal and just
Peciyority uith nil Nations? art earnestly requested f-? (?fr?!
this Call at leant o-ne Conspicuous insertion in their sir. eral
jxipers tend ask the attention it their remle-rs it, the subject.
Sir Thirteen III Ward DEMOCRATIC CLA.V
cUK.- An adjouraed meeting of tin- Club -? ill be held at
die Tippecanoe House, No. ?*? SheritTT-striiet, on Thors lav
Evening', the l7Ui iast.. at half-past 7 o'clock, tor the pu r
?,. ,-??,,! rec riving the Report of the Committee on draO?njj a
Constitution and Bye-Laws, and to complete th.- organiza
tion of tin- Club. All the friends of Henry Clay in ibis
w'ar,l who wbh to ioin th*? (;iu!> are requesteu to attend.
JAMES A. BROWN, President.
l'en:? I'. i'.Aii.KV. i j, -;?--?
Benjamin Devov. J ' ' r"",r-'"
m 15 St
XT For a Notice of Mr. Emerson's Lecture on Man?
ners, and an article on Association, see First Page.
??T For farther News from China, 3ee La3t Page.
S'repii ration for War.
DS"* We liojio nobody take?' seriously the War
bluster of h small ??onion of the Press, in view of
tlii) state of our Relations with Great Britain.?
The Boundary Question, Border outrages, svc. are
certain]*/ no more imminent, now thnn thev have
long been ; the Right, of Visitation claimed by
Great Britain, on the Slayc-Coast excites little.ill
feeling though much earnest discussion: whilethr
t r?'?ile enso, w? are confident) will not be pressed
farther, unless pro forma., If our. Government. A
w:ir waged bv ns on that issue would bo a war up?
on the settled principles of international Law?a
war upon the common sense of mankind; Thus
believing, wc decline publishing the favor of ' Wnll
Stie.-t.' setting forth that a fleet of two hundred
armed Steamships und Sloops of War might read?
ily he funned in sixty days ?fun our Commercial
Marine, in case of n conflict. We presume this is
tin* fur.t, und tbiit Ute vessels nnd good crows
would h?.* at tin* service of tin* Government when
wanted?their ordinary empjoyment being arrest?
ed by hostilities. To spond twenty or thirty mil?
lions now in blustering armaments appear- to
im tlie bight of extravagance and follv.
'Tlie Penny i?!?-*?,.'
The Express of vestcrday has an article upon
Ute comparativo influence, circulation und value of
the large and the cheap newspapers respectively,
which mingles truth with error so dexterously and
with such evident obliquity of purpose that wecan
not well refrain from noticing it. It purports to
be u. demurrer to some pretensions sel tip for the
cheap Press by the Philadelphia Ledger; but,
though ostensibly ? calculated for the meridian of
Philadelphia,;' it is obviously intended to ' answer
for this and the adjoiiiing States.' In this view
let us examine some of its positions.
-mo ?"?pr-.j? -i?*.*erte thai the cheap ?hiiSr Press
-, -**?
is ot necessity neutral .?r professedly so oil Politic**
and other disputed matters, and therefore ?-aniioi
?peak out on any important question or'exercise any
positive influence. Does the Express propound
this rule as of universal application ' Does it noi
happen to recall any instance io which it does noi
applv, and tlitu not in a very obscuro ?r distant
corner of tho earth '.'
The Exprets objects that the cheap Press is
generally without charactor, edited by nobodies;
and speaking the opinions of nobody in particular:
while it i- contrariwise with the broad sheets. I?
this rule intended to have universal application '
" Nor is the circulation of the Penny Press a
regular circulation." says the Express. There is
a great mistake here. Of tin* 12,000 copies of
The Tribune circulated daily, at least LI}OO0gf<
instantly to regular subscribers^ whoeount on it as
as much as on iheirrn?raitigrncal. A s?mil portion
?not one-tenth?of each day's edition is sold bv
buys in the streets, at steamboat landings, rail?
road stations. So of other cheap papers. Tlie
most violent storm would not diminish their a??
gregratu circulation for the ?lay one-tenth, while
it would [?robublv increase the extent of their pe?
rusal, by keeping many persons unengrossod by
their daily emplovmeiit?.
The Express asserts that the choap Press has
nu Mail subscription. This may In- true of a por?
tion ?if thni Press, but the assertion evinces agreat
luck of discrimination. 1? ihe Kxptx-s? aiixioasto
measure it- Mail circulation with our-' If so,
it shall be accommodated.
Again, tin- Express objects that thePenny Pies?
enn only give an index or abstract of the new?.
Now wc slialtTic happy to measure the kvorage or
aggregate amounl of reading matter given in The
Tribuno during the eleven months of its exist
s'iic?? against that of the Ten Dollar Press of this
City. Ouc or two papers hnv? probably published
more titan wc; but we are confident thc.average
would be in our favor. And, as compared with
an average of the large Daily Papers throughout
the Union, we are confident that we have exceed?
ed them by ?it least twenty-five per cunt.
So much for tlie contrast of the- standing of the
|.:lr?r<, and small papers, and the value of their cir?
culation, a? propounded by the Expr*es. We are
tempted n, jay a word as :-> the avidity and extern
ol tlieir perusal by the public ami ?heir quotation
by die Country Press, but we will leave remark.?
on those points to the reading community. We
have one question, however, to propound in all
earnestness to the Express; and we doubt not it
will be answered with directness and courtesy. It
i? this : In view of the existing prorisions of law
on the subject, ought tffe Weekly Lists of Letters
remaining uncalled lor at ,i?. pOM Office to be
published in journals ha\ iug comparatively a small
circulation exclusively among those who??? letters
are "never advertised or residing our of the Citv ?
*?r should the\ be advertised in the J?unuds-'-ha\in?<
by fat th?? larger circulation and (byilib Express'*
own nhowing) almost entirely in the City, and
among thai portion of its population whose Letters
are apt to be advertised 7 We pause fora reply;
'OOF THK MAYoRAl.tr CO.WKSTIO.N ?Ui't hist
evening at the Broadway Hous?, and organised h*
electing Petbr :>. Ttri-s President, and Thom?
as McF.i.raih und James 17. Kkiil.m. Sec?
retaries. We understand nothing was vlmip by the
Convention utter its organization bat to receive the
names of Candidates for nomination : after which
they adjourned to meet again on Mondav next.
[Cr Mr. .John ?S. W. How- delivers an Elocur
tionan' Lecture, with Readings, tins evenin?" al
the StUV'vesaui Institute. ? ?,.
rr?rTrS~~~*rrmTrxixr*xrmL*i?i it.-mjiluui*!X!?ra?KiTn&0asall l?Ufil???. ???' "nl '
The *chool Quention.
We stated, or. ?Saturday, that w., had advices
from AJbknv. on which we placed reliar.,--: import
in? that th? bill rwTorre.i by Mr- Maclay,^ r? -
lion to the Common or Public Schooled this city.
wouicLDot be permitted to pass the LegL-Iarure.
Some of the Members of Assembly from this ??.??
nre making great personal ex?raons to procure a
diff?r?t resu?t"; and :?.c officeholders trader our
Citv Government, who feel orf?ancytbat their c.>r.
rinuahce in place diepends upon the passage of this
bill, will doubtless exeri what influence they have
in the ?ame direction : but we apprehend the un?
dertow i?? too strong for them. Theioco-1 o< oCoun
try Members hav?foryears ?been taught to ?believe
th?.- wholeproject of change ::: our Public S< ? ??
-;--t'-rn u monstrous rirTair?a stupendous intrigue
'?.'??'.'.:?, Gov. Seward and Bishop Hughes, for the
advantage rifun?- orbotb, at :::?? expense of Rel - -
eus and Political equity?and they are very not ..
ally reluctant to wheel at the word ofeommand,
and consummate the design which they have been
so vehemently denouncing. While it 1? possible,
therefore, that the grand bailing -Lr:: of distress
sent up.from the ?sity officials may urge the bill
through til?- Assembly, we do not believe there is
any intention among those who have power oyei
the subject that it shall pr^-? the Senate. Inly let
oui office-holders but i-?-: ?af??y by the Charter
Election, and it will fill dead as a stone.
Our conyicti?n that such is :?i be the issue oi
this matter i? strengthened by a scrutiny of the
bill itself. It is not calculated for practical work?
ing, it has the look ?if P?ter Pindar's ra/.orsj
which were made no: to share but to sell. It j>r->
pos?s sweeping rhut:<;e.- in our Public School -y?
tern?to what end? To the satisfaction of those
who fwrd aggrieved by ihe present system'" Cer?
tainly not. If they are to obtain ?any redress oi
their complaints by it. it must surely he in some
contingent nnd roundabout manner?by enforcing
the passage ?if two or three mure arts amendatory
of and supplementary to this, [f ibis bill ?hould
pass this winter, il is morally certain that anothei
must be passed next session, if any doubt this
lot him consider what Mr. Maclay's bill proposes
Th?. bill?
1. Extends the District School System ol th?
State generally to this city. -j. Mnk'-s each ware
a Schr.nl District, and authorizes it to ?rb-rt ihre?
School Commissioners. 'J. Those School ? um
missioners to manage generally ihe course ol edu?
cation therein, build school heuscs, hin1 teachers
&c. n? may be necessary, or u? a majority of th?
voters may require. -?. The present Public Schooli
tobe District School.? within'ihe meaning ofthi:
act, nn?l to draw their proportion of tlie publi?
money; ?>. ParehtsAvho do noi like ihr* manage
ment nf ilx'ir proper District Schools respective!?
may send th.-ir children to any other school th?;*
choose. S?cli is the substance of ihe bilh
No practical man can examine this bill widiou
being convinced that it will work badly if pus?rd
and be very likely to become odious. Let u? sup
pose that ten Wards decide i" establish Dhitric
Schools, build school house?, &c. wfcile the othe
seven vote to rest satisfied with ihe present Publii
Schools. The City is now calle?, on fdrsume $200;
000, probably moro, t.? buy lots and build ten Wur?
school-houses.
V\ ill not iln' seven Wards?paying periiap
Vu'ore than half thtr Taxes?protest agoiusl bchi|
taxed to build these School-houses for purposes ii
?to wise approv<?il by <?i l>?-n?-ii<?m! ?<> thum ' Wil
they ti?d protest against any ndditional laxntioi
for the .support of these Schools ? Then look u
ihe right given tv residents of one Distri? t to sem
their children into another: Suppose the School
:nv calculated for one thousand children each, an?
the People of une District have a good Schnul
with which they are nil pleased ; but the next l)i?
trict ii? involved in n quarrel, Religious or other
wise; one party overpowers, and forthwith th
minority amid their four hundred children into th
peaceful und popular School. Here is one Schoi
crowded and its teachers' attention divided ?v foi
"igti scholars, while the other is left half empty
one instructing six hundred children, the otlie
fourteen hundred; with the same room und at th
same expense. The parents of the lour bundle
transferred children cannot of course be allowed t
interf?re in the m?*inagement of die School t
which they thus send, though they may still en
barrass tlie action of the District in which the
live. What becomes here of the ri^ht of the pi
reut to a voice in the education of his children I
And this brings u?. waiving nil further practici
objections, to the fundamental and fatal one thi
Mr. Maclay's bill does not reach the ?Trieranf
which it vjiderlaJces to cure. This bill commii
the guardianship of Education broadly and unr?
servedly tu the control ?f local majorities. Bi
the Catholic claim must ivst on Rights of Cm
science and Equity?on the rights of individua
und not masses?of minorities and not majoritie
The Catholic says, ' 1 ??ill admit, if you wish, tin
'the majority of the City, or of my Witrd,are ?a
? isfied?Politics and agitation apart?with tl
? guardianship of the Public School Sociwty ; b
? that is no reason why my conscience should ?
? aggrieved. The majority may hold that the lie
? Scriptures are a proper elass-book for School:
?but my creed and convictions tell me that this
'not the us?: for which those Scriptures were i
'tended. The majority are doubtless well please
? with K?115 James's English Version of the Sacrt
? Books, but my Church teaches m< to cens?d
? that Version incorrect und heretical. Now 1 .
'not object that the rending of that Version is pr
? scribed it? u part of the daily exercises in yoi
? Schools?I ?lo not object that i/ovr children a
? taught from it?? only insist on my equal right
? have my children educated otherwise. Whcth
? there he one thousand or t?>n thousand who agr
? with me ?loe? not affect my right. If ? lived
' the country, where all the parents within a r
? dius ol three miles must unite to maintain 0:
? School. 1 sheuld be compelled by circumstanc
? to bow to the raajoritoj und either send my chi!
? ren to their School ?>r keep them at home. 13
? here there is no such necessity : and I demaj?
? if I am to be taxed for the support o( School
? that a just share of the Public Money h?"* upp<
? tioned to s School to which I r:\n conscientious
? ??-I'd niv children.'
Such is the essence of tee Catholic claiu
though the use of the Scriptures is but one poi
in the management of the Public Sei:.?.?Is towhi
objection's made. Mr. Spencer's bill of last ?viril
?? as bused on the principle of allowing those d
satisfied ?Aith these schools to establish othei
and, it these were in thetnselves unexceptional?
they were i.? draw their equal shore of the seht
mon.w. acconling to the number of children th
should educate. Similar to this was Mr. O'S
??van's bill ; so also U Mr. DickirisoriVinthe Sam
this winter, which wu. put down so"promptly
Mr. Var?an, the other day. Thepassoce Of SU
a bill would remove all c.'nis.? of complaint frc
the Catholics; but this of Mr. Muclay, while
virtually demolishes the pres?;nt system, gives
only contention in its sti'ad. I nose bills propos
no toxins the city to build school-houses, but left
tho*-- aggrieved to provide their own. which they
an* perfectly willing to do, and ."in d?> with little
expense, In short, whil? those bills * .: to
ma '? the ' '??:?.::. ?? Schi - the subject ot a wide
and generous emulation, this -makes them the :"??? us
of mischievo :- and endless contention and strife.
We bare understood that a portion?w< .:,. :.,-:
know but z.l?the ? ?:?;? merits of thepreseiit School
System now acquiescein tie- passage <?;' Mr. Ma
clay's biii. If s... th?y mus: do it or? the ground
?it taking what they can i***t now as on acknbw*
ledgement of the j .-?:???? ? ?:' :;.---r claim; and a step?
ping-?:,,:;*- !?? something better. B it let this
o:.--,- pa7-. a.-..: trie clamor arise that :?? ?-' :ome
against beax} taxation :?> build School-hou/es.
-.'? ? . .V ;:.?? I atholics would very soon say, ? Gen
? le'me.-i. this is none <-f o?tr m n-..r-- : we asked
? for bread a:.,i \'.r: gave us a stone?if you rind ::
;. ; 1, do ::,>t laj .: U itir .loor.' To pass . , ?-. -;
an . ? ?', ?? .-': to th People, a- has been . .:?
gestcd? would beasheer imposition, it woi
voted down, all to t.,.;':,::..-. and the fact asedas an
'irr tment agains; any concession whatever. The
experience of Brooklyn and other places proves
that the Country Districi System i? notadanted :v
great Cities In truth, there is;;just one of two I
thing? to do??-i*.::--: t.? gran: *?:?,-?? who feel
agrieved what they ask or refuse it: any thing
a-",de from these will be likely :.. io m .:. .:?-.:
and little or no c.;.
Home Lk^.-.tk.?We hear almost -very ?lu:.
"??hen does tie- Home Leagu? ;:..-?? again ' I
intended to have cone to the l?sL but 'lid n?the?r
when it was held until it was over." We :.,>?.-.- :? '.
our readers, one and ai!, that i; meets r.: the Re?
pository ?f the American Lhstit?te every Wednes?
day evening at T o'clock, aad it i- on** of the most
impon ant meetitiL's ever held ir. the countrv; The
popularity and propres.? of the Home Leagues ex?
ceed any tiling we have ever witnessed. Leagues.
n-.'.- forming from one end of th*' Union to the
-ith.-r. Why* Bocausi Labor, in which .-.err
body i- interested, i- depressed arid must be re
invigorated. We ure happy to state thai a-Coi -
mittecof the League sit3 *>verv day arthe Repos?
itory, '.(. receive a:-..i prepare information, chiefly
statistical, to be forwarded to appropriate Com?
mittees in Congress. Let none of :!:?? great in?
terests ol Industry nr-rh-ct t'tii? opportunity to hare
their wants represented -it Wnshingtiin.
Mr. !]m, R-,,?.'s |.r, rrriEs?Ralph Waldo
Emerson closed his our?.- of six Lectures upon
tho Time- last evening. They tur..- bren heard bv
large and i n tell irre nt audiences, and their general
?pint seem- to linvo met a warm welcome; A
f:ir-?epin>_r and profound commentaries upon pa?
sing e-.ent? giving to every thoughtful mind hitrh
and rare instruction and a new*, ?vin*; realitv t?**
what beforeTscemc?, dead, thev will be prized by
all reilecting minds: v.hue the strength and purity
of ihe language, the harmony and beauty of the
style and the eloquent sentimeni mingled with th?
most genial humer by \vhi?h they were uniformly
marked ?ill commend them to the approval of
everv man of cultivated and scholarlik?? taste. \\ ??
?hail give to-morrow a sketch i>i tin* Sixth Lec?
ture upon ' Prospect?..'
DCr* A bill hue been introduced by Th^bdeus
Stevens, Esq. to the Pennsylvania Legislature to
separate the Secretary of Suite and Superintond
ent of Common School-. The latter officer lo
have a salary of $1b00 i>ci annum, ?ml .?.ii.-ilni.tn!
the publication of a weekly paper devoted to the
cau.se of Education. The School System of Perin
riylvtiniii has always lind tin ardent advocate in
Mr. Stevens, and if this last suggestion be carried
out it will tend to vest un important office in the
liands ,,?' some gentleman of talent- and ability,
who can devote his whole time and energies to tlie
spread of universal education.
[S^F Hon. JoH.t J. Ouri KNiiKN of Kentucky.
passed through Harrisburgh on Friday last.onhis
way to Washington. He visited both branches of
the Legislature Jur'mv the day, and a- a corres?
pondent tells US, " looked well and happy as ti
gentleman ought to do, returned unanimously by a
noble St;ite. to the National Councils."
Tribute to Merit.?The Legislature of Flo?
rida have passed resolutions expressive ot tlieir
gratitude for the service- Col. W. J". Worth lias
rendered that Territory as Commander-iu-Chiel
of the military forces in ihm quarter. They spoak
inn manner highly complimentary of the skill and
ability with which he has conducted the military
operations entrusted to hi- charge, and ?t?te that
he Ua? been instrumental in ridding the Territorv
of nearly -even hundred ot her murderous fors.
-r****, -
.Most Hr.fTii.?On the i/th hut. the wife of a
wretch mimed Bird, at Pittsburg Pa. was burned
m> terribly that she cannot recover. When discov
eid her husband was standing by making no effort
to stive her; her arms and feet were ti--?l and she
afterward made >>:itii that the drunken brute bad
tied her thus t,. her chair, gagged her. and then set
her clothe- on lire. He i. in jail.
<m
ECr" A large meetingof tue citizens of Albion,
Orleans CO., was recently bold to petition for a re?
form in the Post Office Department. They ask an
abolition, or u modification, vi the franking privi?
lege, a reduction of letter postage, and that tin:
postageof newspapers be regulated by their size.
LCT The packet ship We?i:niu-ter. which saded
from 1'ert.sinouth. Eng. foi the lt.it.-,i States, on
tiie 17;h of February, has on board a full cargo ot
merchandize, und sixty emigrants, principally agri?
cultural laborers and their families.
KP Passed Midshipman G?ugh W. Cram was
tried in November last Sy a Court Martial on
board the I". S. ship D?*catur off Brazil, found
guilty of various mi-demeanors .and susp'-.-..i--.:.
from dutv for on., vear. lb' :- now ir. th.- United
StUti'S.
B33 I:; conscqiieri?e of a contemplated assign?
ment by the Bank pf Pennsylvania, Gov. Porter
?ins recommended th?- appointment ot a Commis?
sioner of Loans toexecute tie Pisca! trusts, which
formerly devolved on that institution.
C3r* It i- ?aid that Santa Ana is riakin^ arrange?
ments to purchase tin* English steamer, th" * City
of Dublin^ mounting ,; eut.s and lying at Vera
Cruz, and that with this ?:t. hop,- to sweep the
Gulf. _
[CJ* There were 40,000 letters and 40 bags :
newspapers brought by tho Criiconi on her last
trip. The postage on the letters for this city was
$3;300. Ttiis was the largest mail eyer received
in this country,
3-J3 The L*. S. steam-sh?p xt' war Mississippi
?Ott Norfolk on the 10th it>t. for New--York. The
L". S. sloop of w'ar Vandalia has been ordered t->
the coast of Africa.
3D" VV" call tii?- a*T'-i:;:.ii of oor r*-c!.-r? !.. :Ur !ii\-r.:?.
ment in another column of .Mrs. S. C. Rei-t and daughter,
134 F'lurtl.?i:>-.-t. !^.;.^? tarorably known .i< hnving torsom?
\enr? past !--'!i .it the h?*ad ot a successful *-tai.i:-hraeni in
tt.i? city tor the.-j.t.cios.?. in..nil and intellectnal intprore
tnent ?(' young Lulle-.
It"/5 Th-? Southern Mail.it* this mon::*.? brought
nothing of importance.
| D3"* [n consequence of an accident to liei
pump, the Gyde did not sail on Si da; Sh?
?ails this moraine^ _
iZF i n-}.>;.? County ha? ??lected L8 Loco-Foco
to ?? Whig Supervisors. The Whig Towns are
Cherry Valley. Decatur. Lauren? and Ricbneld.
Zj~ Jzrrmsos County holds a Home League
1 ?onvention ar Washington or. the C-?l ::.?r.
EUP Se Ht*yi.kim. County, Pa., held a general
Me? v.zz yesterday to form a Home Leaoi k.
Deaths F ir the Week.?The number of inter?
ments tor the lost week were 172?4S t - . 10
w?mea. -IS bnvs. and 35 girls. Of these 3 die : of
apoplexv. 39 of consumption. 15 of convulsion?, ,
otdelii .?.."?"?..???- 3ufdropsv, 11: of dropsy; in
v.- head, "2 of dysentery. 9 of epilepsy, 10 ofjscar
let iever. lof remittent. 3;of typhoid, oof wl
i::C cough; ? "f inflammation of the hrur:. : ??I
inflammation of the bowels, -1 of t**e chestj :' >??:
thelunffs. i ofmarasmu?. 8 ??f orra:.:." disease .?:
?'::<-? Heart; 7 of small pox, andG bfvarioloid : 127
,,-,,-.-,. nwives <?:' the I*. 'States, and O:' ?'.'" L-el ?: d
ICJT Crater, the man who was arrested on charge
of murder, immediately on leaving Auboin State
Prison, has been examined a: <is-a.l-,.. where
?J ?? alleeed ?Tim?' was committed and dis
choriredi There is said to have been no evidence
to sustain the charge and the prisoner to whom
Crater ??as said to have ci nfessed the deed ;s -?:;'
posed to have repeated an old story for the pur?
pose ofbeiug pardoned ou: "t" Prison as :t wits.? --?
CCP We learn from the Fredonia Censor that
some villain reeentlv broke into the room and
plundered the trunk of th" elocutionist, Prof.
BitoxsoN?who is leeturing in that village?of
some $300. He then ???t rire to the room, find
before tie4 flames could 'ne extinguished, Mr. B*s.
'? valuable manuscripts, on which he had -pen."
the labor of year*, w..re entirely consumed.
Zy Joseph Bogy, Esq., one of the most re?
spected of the o?d French residents ol Missouri,
died at his residence, St. Genevi?ve, or, the 27th
::!*. He wa? the Whig candidate for Lieutenant
Governor a few years since.
1CT \ young man name?! Reuben H?-??. was
reeentlv thrown from his horse in Berkeley .'....
V.??., and kick.'? 1 to death. He iiad n brothei
killed in the same way a short iim?- before.
OCT Several accidents have recently occurred on
tlio Petersburg and Roanoko Railroad, (Va':)
from obstructions having been placed o:\ th?? track
bv sum'' Unknown scoundrel.
~j ?Toward nn?i others in a suit airainsi the
Cincinnati Whitewater Canal C.omnanv recover???
?leo
??ver .?-ilu.iiini. A I,i',| of exceptions has L???en taken.
DCF* Capt. James Head ivm killed at Oroiio,
Me., un the 25th inst., by n limb falling from a
tree upon him.
Kr* The main line ??f the Pennsylvania Canal
is now opened from Philadelphia to Pittshurg, and
the transporting trade has opened quite briskly.
Ls'suurectiox is Saktj Martha.?Th?' fol?
lowing paitii-iilitrs iti connection with i hi--, uittbn ah
w<- derive from Captain .1. I). Williamson, inr.
commander of the steamer Union, passenger bv
the British briir Elizabeth, Price, from Santa Mar?
tha. Capt. Williamson, who ?.?tune down the river
Magdalena^ was taken .prisoner by ?he revolution?
ists, confined ?even months uiu\ plundered of pro?
perty to tin- value of ?10,000. lho American
Consul, who certainly cannot be an American,per?
emptorily refused his assistance or protection.
Cap?. W. and oilier Americana readily, however,
obtained protection from the British minister, and
wa- ut last indebted for hi? escapo to Capt. Price,
of the Elizabeth. four or five American? were
stilt in the province, without protection, mid bav?
in? also been plundered, are without means. The
l*. S. lirig ef war Dolphin left Santa Martha for
the United States, most probably misled by the
false information of the American Consul, without
aJT?irding:nny assistance. [Apalachicola .Journal.
Shipwreck ani"? Loss of Life.?The ?hip So?
phia, of London, on hervoyngri from New-Zealand
to Kiapara, was lost in a tremendous gale, during
ri.e night of October 2d, off the Bay of Islands.
The master, Captain Harrisen, and ten seamen;
saved themselves bv clinging to the rigging ar.?l
portion-of tlie wreck: but th?' remainder, con?
sisting of twenty-eight seamen and passengers, and
two women, met with u watery grave.
[Commercial Advertiser.
The Bedford M cru er.? The man win? was
discovered murdered on Fhursday, near tlie Rail?
road, is ascertained to !??? Jacob Gmsley, of 90
Ridge-street, New-York, whore he has a wife and
two children. ?Te ?vas a tailor. Hi.? wife was in
Brooklyn yesterday afternoon and recognized the
bod v. Shosavs be left home on Wednesday to n<<
to East New-York, to hire a bouse, and took hi.
?cun with him but no dog. Hi- apprentice, about
twenty year- of age, accompanied him. The boy
wno also carried n <*u;i. ?ays that they parted al
the edge of the wools South of the Railroad, and
agreed to meet at a certain point at tlie end of the
wood?. He waited a long iim??. and nfter going
round the woods, came home to New-York. I In
Thursday he went all day in search of his master.
? In Friday he went as far as the toll-gate near
Bedford, where he learned that the body of hi?
master was at the Coroners ofhiie in Brooklyn.
Tin? boy we are told is not in custody; The dog
is k?'p: as a witness. Our police are on the alert,
and will we think soon discover the truth of this
matter. [Brooklyn Star;
-?m*-/
The ."?:.?t is tub World-^-Shennan'?? Orris Tooth Paste,
:7r cleansin?; ai d beautifying lue tueth, hardening t?;?- _? im;
and .sweetening the br?ratli. Recommended liv"s?*veral "'
:.''.--? :?:.:-?--: Iphvsi ins. and byall who have use?! ?l
Sherman's Coagb Lozenges, for thf ?;.c.-??y r.-li.-t ? r"i-..ij?_'li?.
colds,asthmas, whooping ci u?h, tightness of the ciicst, and
consumption. The Rev. Mr. Anthony.was ?aved from the
nsnropt ? ?"? ?jrave i.y only three l-iv- of these Lozene? ?
Sh.-rriiit-r? Wi.rni I.<*.i..|iL'-?. for the destruction and re
moval of a 11 kinds of- worm? In children and adult?. Rec tn
mended by the physicians gejiiaally for their pleasantness
and CT-nt virtues.
Sh??-"..n:.'? Camphor Lozenge?, tor carin?jthe worst h??ad
ai*he ?irid palpitation in five or ten minm?, r^ive immediate
relief in iVaii...??, lo??*ness or depression of spirits, ??-a ?u:k
n?-??. and all aervous div-nvs.
S;?--f:,.e,'. p...r M;i;!'? PlasttT. for rheumatism, lombago,
pain or weakness In the back, ??de. br?-.-i?i. branypartof
the b?->.iy. One million *nl?l a ynr. All Dr. Sherman's ar?
ticles are .-.1. and ?-an be relied r?n. They are ?old at 106
Nassau-street, a:..i by Hrr?'iit< a? advertised?in thi? citv, n.-. I
3 Ltrdger Bnililin*;, Phitaddphia, and 3 State-st. Boston.
A Fier woa.THV.OF Notice.?To many it Rpp^sars wholly
ar.n?-rr?-:i-.' to so often '-?-^h of the enraoniinary virtu?3? of
Pease'! Coin pound llorehound Candy, bot when ?:.-?
?ider how many r.--u!-.- in???: :?<! no-truir.? ??nv?. l...-?-n ?tan?-?:
based on the sacce?* which the aliove ba? met with; noapol
ogy :- :;.-. .-.-rir;.-. >V*e wi?b tlie public to discriminate b?r
tween the trewaine an.: worthless.
p.-.i-^'- Compound ETxtract^of Horebounil Candy need?
i.n p-a:?.?ithas:alrea?Jy-'?r>2ceived the ?r..l'-i?lj|?- ?lain;? ol
Public favor.
S. ?; : at 15 Di'?T?ioi>sireet an?! 10 Ast?ir House.
?? ? -
"C" The it-'??: beautifnl wpraan in England ?? Lady Cla
- ?.?a Stanhope. II? r ibrm :? as p-Rrfe? a? .n.;. thing we
? as ne oi ?.'. :!'-?'?: and her countenance :? on? ?'. -:. ..
?urpassins lo??-lin??*?" that the most polished n::-t t.?-?: brwl
menear, ?cur-.-- w thhold thetnselves from starinsr: her out
of C'luotf-najice. H-'nci'.a- may (?? supposed, ?iir pro?luc?si a
?rreal sensatioa intli.u country*?almost a- i^^ai in tact a? Dr.
p-t^r,'. Lozen?res pixxluces b this. And.try the m?;...;.- ....
::._? ??;' P-tf-r?'? L<..'.'-.'ii."'-?. we would remara, ?mi :'??r corn a
sea-sickness, cousbs.^^colds worms, headachts, low spirits.
and r.an??'a, tli?-v ?urpa-. all o?:?-r medicines as nrnch .?
Lady Staribope*.? lovely tat^ ?urpii-w.-s iii^ faces of her fair
eoway-woasea, Tli^ !?-auti:"ul ?.'?.?in-?.-? l:-.^? in Lontion?
Peters' Lozenges are to iV bad at >5" Broadway.
American ."?IcsrcM.?Mr. Harra-f.n and i'an-Zob, the
Cb na-man, ar?- both jjreat p^?ribraiers, an.? thev, ? ith ^?v?
ral other talented art:?:<, -.it- ?m/rafed here :??r this week
only Tiwnoirow there w:?? be a ?pletvlid day pertbnh
irice ?.i 3 o'clock for the accnrranOdauon of Li-in*? and ?u?-b
persons a.? cannot convcnitrnily atteno in the*ev??n??.'3
I * Thinl \Vord.-HBNR*! CLA\
' ad'H -:? : ..?;_?.:?! Wai H "- '
? el I at thcN ? b It ?? r i :- ? H -? ? *** - ?'
.- ??-. i - i- ? ? . M ir ? ??'?- ":
The Whi ? ? ?,*-? w ,.,?.
JOHN \. I XDERV*. OOD
\V.?j terK Pesny. _ .
j.b:Swain,
r.- Fourteentli Wiiril. .' . ,'
rR?.'U'esi ? Th? fri-'i - H HEaKA t. ui
? ? F irte? : V. ? ? '
ti-i'i at Broadwav II ? - ' : - *
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at ..-. ; :.,.; *?\ ir . ??.- ? ? i -
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p \V TOW 'VSF.NP.
jons ?' V.L1 EX,
JOHN I "I* IN.
J. '. ,l\ N"i.;>'r N.
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Edwin rV:v- -. ?? i - ** ' v
Peter \ ?ton? '?? ' " i - ' -
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Ha -?<?? -l-i? Met - I !
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VVro'St ' nbcro" Jol - ' i'
[i iviil-Bt-U IIra*v'iB.Mj; I? ' ***
Jan? - H ml E t . - .
John l> ' oit - - Ben ?n V Lee ??? ?*? ' ''
B P Ward u h-lins L'zziah-.W'eniiUii
?; Brum ? ? it il ? -: '?'
?; ? II i: . ? iv-n-s ....!? r
s m-?] n , -. ? i; > .'? i- ?
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B II 11 o,:...-, Mart?n Va VI
.1 >hn N 'whous?! Ja **-N ' Smitl
I) ?v.i D???-.? .- ? *<? - ?Il S Il J :
C?e :. Mili? r lohn P ! K ? ? i:
la:- .- C K-- ipi v Ro
K :? .; K ? lohn D Ir ?? O
Thomas Lee _
* ' *? li?me ?.r:iain'.-'-T!.
1 e i---., ?ill he h? If? Vu '
?titan* in tin i' ? -. ?? BDN E***D \'. EVENING
it7 'clock. Sr.Mii'j.-r? ,n partit ?? ? ? -? "?
-.-?-.., tit.L? . ?? : they ? ill '? ri! ? ?'; **? ?
?in rie e- I. e- r receive ?ti | . . ??
MtelICeni .::.:??':- ' ? ? ?? ?
with tin *,--?.'" u \
ins Lain r ret ? ??? i* ?hi rewar?i Mi win -
A ' ? ' ? i< ? ' ' It I
will :,.- hetfl ..:?-??. \.
T.* Public \?itir?-. \
?? HOM 1-; I.K M i! E" nt" the *" Ni - \
.e the-Rep? ? Vim I ? titii ? tin -
New YJork'.'.i
Resolved,''That I i- ? ?
onr Counln lo all* the 11 '
m pr? ? ? null ?
lull StatL?tii . ? ? i' ! . . - ' '
Country, th? ? ' - ' ' '
.?ii ?m?! ' ' '?
T. f- >. -In- -M\.
Util! \? .'? S !' IOIIN ,. . , .
\iin\u; \'i i il win.i i;
\\ \\ i "\*?k I \ I-'. V.
H. I . I. A \ (.I.!-': .
Y H. I'ht !'? '??'. J n ?? ?'??:??'.??
lii to the objects of theConn
aber, ed gratuiton ? , ??
' * Repeal l>iiin?c--'oii S*r. Pntrnl.'? ??:iy.
The r-?wuie. ml? ot Ua cl i?. II lie l-miihui t? .. II?*
|K*a| |1;iiii.-|- ;it the ? ???: ' pill II ?.'?.- i' ? ? Ii ".' .
n->\t itoor In t:..- Ti-.-?r.-. Tli ?
liiinh ii pro|*e? to state tboi
. 111 v U i,. .. \cc..,
,-? Ii ft i,- Ufe ??n'-ii ? pti?ni irticiil.?
Tickets ?1 .''? r. - it? ?
I' Mi -. . rnhn I D ??. :? '?> r l"
Cll.l'i.ll. 112 Piiltoi ??.; M . i i. . . I
Church: Ih-nry .1 En ' I 7>l . . VI i .
iv, roi n. ?:? Ii, mV ?nul i'.?ii.ri...--;-. : i ml I)
; r? Full n ?'.. l? < ? - ?? ? V '-..,
??,;? .. \... 28 Park Row.
Ii.iiu. r will In: on tin i! I? il ? I". M , ? ? -- ? mil ?l -
IToWK'S IIVORtSf II KIIOl SU I >-? ?? ?Tin? !-.
sal?*, tin?I ?. :? i ? ?
: it, anil nil rlassr?. ofintlu? i, ? kepi ennMni
lanii by the ; n prietnr, 132 Itromlway. cimu.'r llowarn ?...
.m.: isprono? :i,-. -l ?'\ ui-?- ???!.,. i: '?? ?- il '. ?'??ii,-,iv
!, i-,I. 'Tli. fatal '?!- ? ?- . - ? ' ? ?
iy tli?' weekly report oi'Ui?- Ciiy Ins] ? I ? -
??uni of hair, perhap-only. a ?iuart.*r, nia ikillnr*. ?nal n
tie- abo ve. all nn-.-l.: ?? ive ?--??!.
r.r Public ***i?h????l-.. i "
ill.?- s.-li,.i.|? uil: i,.- i.'-?-i Tii..MMi!li?iw |.\Y? -
5o clock .ii the altern.i. in tl ? I'.'i '? I ?
wc in* informed, by alunit 2",' i ???
city over the a,;?.- otlw*fniy-oni-.yenrt?. ml5
TTr tPnl-tic ?-.??lnwot-.- -TI e ' curl
system of Public Scl.I? -?ill bear in miu<l that the meeting
will !.. belli on WEDNESDAY V.\ KM.Mi.ni "..'? ., , :..
in the Park, in pur.uai.ri- -.1 ib?* "call" nlreatlj ?> netl by
alumt twenty thousand adult c?ti/en*. SlionliJ the w> llei
pnwt,uiifaviirable il?; uieei-n- .%?';? I?? rx *?*
notici <i\\>?:' rilie.ilay.oii"wli ??? lei.!
! ITeinperniJcc ? '.-ii?u-viui'. i ? VI, T??m
pi-rain-i- It, n."-.-i.'-i.!>.-i..-: i ?ill mill tlu'ii ? .,.,-'
This Ev?-iiin?r, March 15, at7' ?>'?-U?ck, ul CnitimtMan Hall.
3S1 Grand xt. Several, very imputar sp*:akers.w?ll a?ldrt*s?
the meeting.
The tri'-iiil.? ?f Tenipcrai ce an ii % n>?l to attend, to^tttlu?r
wiUi all tlii,??.- who ii->- iiitoxlcatin?? lirpju - uio?J**i
imnioil'eratelv. Come one, i une alt.
Beat? reserved 1er laili?*s. JOHN MARTIN-, IV.-.i.
fu ^?. Riddle, Sec'y. ml5 I
O* Hope Toi si I Abxtinence H? i'lf"*-???? i*. i>.
? Pursuant m the ; ??-?? -?-.-:?? ??; tin -'? : ' lisni, ?i
lll'?tlllli ?if the C.,|i-:.til!,,-nal .M- ill!n-r? <?! this S ,,-:?!-. u i,
he liehl oil Wediiesila-, Evei ug iu'xi at half-past 7 u'?'|iii'!i.
in the Hall. M'Uib.-r? in'.- r.-.iin-?!. ?! to be punctual i:
at tend a ii'-1- ; and as no ?? r-',n ?-.?n It- ad milled
Canl,-it U lioped that m. will netrlei-l bi'ii
with one. J iM.EfS t'""H.. I"' ?id? nt.
Tu,.?. M. WooDRurt . Secretan*.
.1 -. ih I: bai .-. '.
1 La-*r'f.ibrar}T.-Thi ?? ?I -eii Till'-'
F.\'F.\'l.\i. (Tun.sday) a val ibli private.Librarj-?>1 Lav?
Book.s.embracin-. mate il'tl '??'? ..-.,-. ?iirh as
vv.-nili ii, c.i-a. n. Pue."-..-..-.,?.,. Partientars liiul i . I
hen?)
Catalog ui ? arc in ?w r?-ndv,
BANGS, RICHARDS ? PL V ? T.
;?-: ?Jr?:i : t
I - S'ilntnlooim. -Parlirular
th?* style of I'iiiiI.ii.?!!:- t'-irni-ln-ii ;.t rI?*- I-.- . "nl -"J-.
I5ri,.i,i\v,iy. imerican Hotel, utidei : ? - that a
perior ?it can he realized.
Ci.--iiii.-iv?. in a varn-tv -?:' n.-v^ patterais for .?prili-r w? . ,
with a larsre:ii.?si)rtineii.'of jWwstyli v ? ?<?
will be mini.- u;i fi ..r.l'-r al iimi.i1 n, ??'? iteprices tin i?a?lj
nionev.
ml'i e...ti-tf (2) WALT. fENXINi?S.
L"'* Teniler ?J'hiii?.? \u.- ^ntleinan may l-- ?it
taiitlr relieved from .ill pa'm du In*operniim ?ia\
iiiL', fiy ?ip-.lyin-.' I, - hi: th? VI tallii Ta lei Razor
Stn,*.. itiv.-i.i..,i i,v i ;.?..,,..... ., ? .. . , ...-;.-,.? n, -
< .--?:tv nI'n t.on?-, and by which the iiuvi skilful
pi .?!..'.-, a.s !..?? n ?ml ?iii<?itb mi e,!-.. .,. || ujfj |,v
anvjjnv-ibi?ty exhibit und?:c the in?-re-tperii.
Itis the only eflV'ctuai means v.-hicl ? , . : ,. , ?
devised :.- .- . . . to i \,rv man an opportun ? ? - - ? .
lu? razor to i - ? ? in ?? ith th?: ?nni<
a pen ??? ?uit hfeotvn lisiwi. wl .? h anv peri n-v II he
by brln-^in? a ?lull razor and
in xrdrr on One of tlie T.ii.'.-t-.
-ThisStrop Ii.i? l.'-ii m-\i. .,-,'..? ... ... .-.??.??
?'*??'.-. v ?| - ? ?. -
ccrtitic it? - ?>? ?!? trreat ntil
.--?:,-:? m? .. ?. ? T
article above all ? ? - - - ..?, ?: , ? -, -,
Itistiti:-, .:??.?:? pi m .e the I-'- i- W? .. .- ? .!
pr? ?? :r. ' Fair, when exhibit? ..
"C North Ann-ricuii Trii?! ami "?ankitiji
?oitipnny.? \ im ?. - .
fend'nii* :(???? ? ? i
pany, will !-? held '?' " ? " ? ? i ?''. - U ? . So
I2? At liden . in? T - i . *.l - ? :
o'?:Iock, P. AL, to con?ider niattvr?. rrlai in i
mi; 2t*
CM'anlni?A P ui rr.-v of$tft,c?
in ?? a. :, . -:a . .-... | .......
rhe -, ? --..-. ??.;.-.-.-. ....
none t,??'-: apply unless they : ,?. ? . ? ...... ,
... capital to ::\.-.!. and can ?rive :.-.?:
..? to h ?*h :~~; ? ? tab lily \ . <;. \|. ??.,
7j Park ;...-: omce. (2j li-iU
?-*<?
Tran.ipnrcnf ?tnl?nn %V?n<lo-ev ^Iiad?^.
OUVER VV. WOODPORD,-? l ?-. ?
??- ' i of fan ? - iIjo ? .? - .
?n a splendid .'ot of Ital in >> : : ..- -
.i?.v ?-.>-r i,.-- .. . ? ? ils country. Thev arv ti
paLnun-r?oran artL?t who. ha? ?Jpvot? ? . . .
- on ami -:.!,--?, every variety ol Lai :-? ? ? - . -
Perhap?no j,:.,,, fumiiure appear- to better ..:..-. ? ,???
or more :i;v';i,r.l!:-<:, .i ? v\
riamtrd ,11 r, .-... -. ? ;-.. ... .... -, .
Italian L.i.i,i? ?;.?. ?.;,,-!, .'.?...,;. ...;,. . .
B'ir.i?-r-. V"tj*T.?!tte Cent? rs, \ . .-..?.
\. H. Coantry Merchant? bcyin*: to -.-': asain w ?II I
-. ? teira?lvanta?e to call and? -.-:.,.. .
loon pair) as they will be ?old I w -, -.,.- ii,, ? jmi
at tiic low price ot .*! 5d p*-r : air. i2)
I ' A Can..?TI
sell ex,-, .-.--,._
Supreme Coati, ( I.? . ?
-? ction of Error-? Pat, ? Albany, or I.
n i?;- ?'--'?? ?????.'<.?? -.
officvot Ja-? IftrMPKRKV. E-vq..-.Vo.7Nas>aij -:--?. V?
"iork. u'.i! ?v-.---:-.?? mm?.*?liali atn-niieu.
Albany ."?:.::. vvilJLLS HAT I
ml; .".?-D.V-? .?? w.
TZT .???*th ??'?-^r, Archiurct ami Super -.???? :
reciioool building. Office ? M.*>reha"ni*.' Exchange.
X7' The Note?, if th? M uouih n.-.;,,.. \. i , v, .,
?.?tie-,.. :,r.. :....?.. ....::.?,?'*, || \ - K K I.I. \ .,. -,V - .
.' ? in 1 ;-r cent. __
i i ? t'.\l HOI SE;.NEW \ , RK ,
-,-,.. . CoutECToa's Office: .March 9th, 18-52.
I. >oti?-?*. r opo* ? . . . receivedal it.- -,i?;. - -
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.??e--,..., ...: -u nter Press? 10
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-;!"'?? I- -' Hottsei a? i, :?? ... .. .
t,,. - --t bet?re payment - ma :?-...
'?'--*' EDAVARD C17RTIS, Collector.
I >nv-York Moeit-iv of I.?it.-.?.-!:.
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