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\% WHIG NOMINATIONS: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1844 CCf* General Committee ?>r Democratic Whir; Young; Men, l reenJar meet ''? maiee will !?? le-li! nt Brondwn; House >>u Fndor evemnR, B?lJulr.rtS o'clock. U> Ol DAVID GRAHAM, Chairrn&n. f:?.?.H. K. TsYI.OR. ' u ? - J.T. U.RToS. j J> f-jfT Mr. Clav'-? Spkei h deliver 1 in 'tin. city M Ra ? N.C. fur ibe convenience ol jiersuiis. wishing to send to their friends in the 'rountry. -lad to mv? postage, is printed in the fi.rtn of 'in Extra Clsy Tribune, noil sold nt $1 i r 100 copies. In wrap pen for mailing, ?1 25 | <-r [00. LD* The Moxiioa Cot trt Convestk?', at Rochester on -Sa.ur?'ay. was a glorious, an irr: roense gathering of Freemen. Even the Roches? ter Advertiser [Loco conceded that there wer? from fie* to seven thousand present?very fair for a County meeting in the outset I a campaign. The Pncessinn was two nitl'? lon^', and lh< largest ever t.ceri in Western New.York, Gco Vincent Mathewb presided, an&Ahe Convet on was Hd'irr?scd successively bvrljov. Seward for two hours, John A. CotXlER fur an Imur and o half, Jim?. S. Thavkr >.! this city. for."in hntll Dr. D. F. Baton of do. brief] j, and Hon. Jour J. Hardin ol III. When th<: latter closed, tin vast concourse adjourned, with rune cheers. In the evening, the Clay Conned House, *:i feet by 50, was dedicated, and James S. Thayeh of this city spoke two hours, in support of Henry Clay and the Tariff His powerful argument was enthusiastically greeted. Saturday wan >i great day for Old Monroe, anu we are now convinced that she will considerably exceed the Whig majority we gave her credit for in our estimate. She will come ti;. to iier high water mark?1.G00. Religions Infoteranci?Attack on Mr. FVellstgUuj sen. We have long Ii !t that .i leading danger to tin Free Institutions ol our Country is to be found ii the proneness ol our People to carry their differ cnees of ('reed "r < 'um Hi into their Political con tests. Persecution ;sa lesson easily implanted in and not easily eradicated from p tor Human Na turc, and Bigot r, is not coufined tonne! imrci:. nor to all Churches. In fact, tht intolerance ol mock LibctHliKiii in ;ust as mischievous as and fat more revolting than the intolerance o bo styled Orthodoxy, since il is more gi ?>??!)? inconsistent, and must havt its origin in acrimony oi passion rather than serene conviction It prcssingly b comes the intelligent, right-thinking Freemen i 1 this Country, of all faiths and all sects, to frowi indignanily on i very atti inpl t" di aw odium upon or cxeitr prejudice against any citizen becausi ? hie Religious opinions oi .ciati ns. W< have all a deepp<rt??? dintcn I ? this;fbr nodenomi nation if ?ostrong among ns that it might not I?' ovcrl?irnc by n combination ??! nil ?ih, rs. Thi >, is junt one safe, because just, rale on tins subject Respect the nun ere convictions >i nil men ? allow each t" obey God according to (he lighi vouchsafed him, without any deprivation or du ntinution of Civil Rights?withoul any effect on hi* Political i tndtng. Abandon tins ground, ami we r ii-1 s into a whirlpool ol anarchy and hah ful convulsion. Mr. O. A. Beownson appears to have ad . etil opinion. Having within our rcmrrnbranci ooinp.etflv boxed the comp taa ol K< ligioua beliel ?having vaulted from Orthodoxy to (Jnircraal ism; thence to Infidelity . then to I nitarianism ; next 'o a w rt m mvlicil (Mhmioxv ; ! isli'. coquetting with Catholicism, with faint weiconn from ilini quarter, be appears to havi settled r tlte current quartet nit" a S'irt of peculiar, Iran csndonui Puseyism Liki all men who changi often, he it exceedingly dogmatic, sure that etl he has left are wrung nrni his present views all essenits!. [n this spirit, in hia Quarterly U> view' for July, just issued, niter exulting over tin diagraoeofVan Buren, and ?:>r.>? n u i Ii scap for Polk and Dallas, be proceeds tu assail Mi I with great virulence, and then turns upon Mi Freh?ik,liov*en ns follows '? Mr. Freiinghut -? n in rjtti a a difli rent man . at il while Hgr,-, :,.!; sei .. Mi. t i n in nil ill- obnoxious aasasures i" wiiii:h Mr.Clsj Inmself stands pledgi he represents c? rtainothereletnei o?< h ie Whig pari i from which .' il m i-c evil, ii poeaible, is to to- n, prsh.'tule,!. Mr. Kr-iit<tiiit ..-n is not onlt i Wl m the worst sense ul the term, bul be is also the very imperaotM t.I narrow minded, ignorant, con ceiled, tdgotrt -a man who boldly attacks religii liberty, demands the unhallowed union ol Church ami Siaie, and contend* that its CJovert ru should legalli n cognise ihr n Ii .t the majorii i. and de,-1 sr.- whatever goes countei n> that tube contra bono* ?nrri. Heconceutr?te* in himseli ibe wriioie spirit ol 'Native \iticricanisui1 and 'Nu Pop.-rs,' whidi displnyed its. ii I rilliani \ in ll a recent burning ol Use ? .atholii dwellings, sen mini i- - Slid chore. in tl > I IS. Wp rwe persunilied in the Whig candidates model Feudalmui. political prodigaey, and canting, in ati cai religion* bigotry. I heir success would he Irani; ?., wttti the .1 ssi serious dsngei loout t ? inatitutioii*. to social equality, sod tu religious fire* doiu." The basis !.,r this aluim- is the simple fact tli Mr. Frslinghuysen is a Presbyterian?a sinci ? devoted, pwosmsmfeeroi that Church, ?< no nut can doubt. Is this a t.nr pretext for assault True, Mr Browason qu ites i s..nv e passagi <-? on anonymous Ns-k which he chooses to sscril to Mr. FrtJingh ij. wh ? b i \. rt st - the sei tUMntthatwea < . istiatt N'ation,and th : essential, not ecclesiastical, Christianity shoul be recogniie,! n? the basis of our National e heaton. His ?pseel on the Sunday Mml quc* tion is alr?> referred to ,th?s-igh not quoted asserting sinnl,r rJoettirMS, But. even if all M: Bmwnsfn assarts n th rt jjard to Mr F*? ions w. re true, it ('t ea do! \t nil justify th * at tack. Mr. Frclinghujten is not before the public as the candidate ol sr \ M t Ot faith, but ns tht candidate ot the Wl K- party. Utseleci. m a triumph of Whir; prmciplss, not of anv relicinu creed i>' pecnliarity. lie mmrotnated ass Whig sdvocatrri as a Whig . why are not bis opponents Content Id assail his polities nrni is,-*, htm thet' " if they can ' Who behs rrs,ot thinks, irdteams, that a Whig victory this Fall will rrdnund to th sptx-tal advantage ol any lest [I t one, why 1 this man's ??!??? ..m ??<*.:? * >' 1^' w?- '? ?'' on account of it 1 I? its disqualification? Wht arc the rwkleas rnisrepresen ts tton* N Popen and ' Nativism" dragged in i" pr idice I m What Whig ha? matufested inj uvx ?'y with re gard to the rel gious laith of Polk and Dallas Has not the fonner Ken rec ? n ?'.?.? friends fnKIv. bowever,] n i Presbyteriai church tnsunber ' f\nd yol tm- Webeaan, whicl goendor-t'd Vr. Polk, now- cop rs . i cotn this foul attack on Mr FreJmghuyson ! Such is the eonsi-ti iicv 6f Locc Focoism?roch its I I iety to escat e the greut Political issues 't h.i cwntrtJ. by it - ".:ng to perKinn! abusi and g Wing in religion. Proapects 1" Western Sew-Yorlc? "?r\etot n !e::er, dated ilof iiestsr, Juoei' The VVhig fever runBhigh. UjiIj wre hear o: mere town Club meetings, where hundreds gathf-r [ass meetings, of thousands are Incoming a be coming a common thing. At West Blonmfieh'. n Wednesday, over olif'O were present. To. mot )v.% a iar.re meeting will be held at Auburn ?nd also one hsre. On the 3d of July the O.-lci.m. County Whigs congregate at Albion and the net' day "ii! Gcncssee will shew her strength at Bata vi i in mas?. The same day Canandaigua will i-e filled with the mdomilab.es of Ontario. Mr. Dawson of this city is daily stomping it, with ','rer.t effect, and thousands go miles to hear h:m Others too nro in the field. Gov. SewaRD and Mr. FrLUiORE are constantly on the move. I: nur Eastern r.;alors will take the stu.Tip with th ilte s^tr.e zoal that the West has gone into the conflict, w' shall doubly secure the triumph ? The o'd Eighth, will do belter than she did in ' 10. Rely on it._**? TJncoiisiltnUblMtllty of Stay Laws. A case came before Hon. Ellis Lewis at ?lie present June 'fe.-m of the Court at Lancaster i':. in which the Jucgc decided that the art if the Legislature of that Statt?, requiring a ! irdperty taken in execution to be appraised, and that no sale should take place for one year after he return of the execution, unless the propcrtt could be sohl fortwo-thirds of its appraised value, vas v>id and unconstitutional, at least as against ?fintraetjt entered into before the pas-rage of ibt law. In delivering this opinion Judge Lsw:s commented very freely on Ihe impolicy and had tendency of f.-ll stop.laws, and insisted with great lorce upon the importance of maintaining, at al hazards and under all circumstances, the inviola? bility of contracts. The State of Pcnnsylvanin s greatly indebted to this same Judge for many 'sild and independent opinions which he lia riven from time to time, whereby I he strong rix irda of the law of the land have been throw: round the tithts and immunities of her citizens, which have been wrested and retrieved from popular prejudice and political ricmagoguisrn. In refer ence to the opinion alwvc mentioned, the Lin. easier Democrat says " it was delivered orally, and we regret that it was not reduced to writing, n order that a copy might be obtained for publica? tion. Few things have done more to injure the crt dit of our citizens than these same stay-laws. Repudiation of individual debts is as degrading ?ii r-hara-'.rr <>f a people as repudiation of ihe public debt. But there is a bright day opening ?nr good old Pennsylvania. The virtue and it. iclligence of her people, and her public servant.-, and amongs-t the latter her honest and fearless Jti diciary, will be a pure protection against the dc gradation of puwlic orprivatc rrpudiation.'' Church of the Pilgrim*. The Corner.Stonc of the "Church of the Pil. grims,' an etiilicc about to be erected for the use of a Congregational Church in Brooklyn, was laid lust evening at fi o'clock, with the usual ct r. monies. The site selected is a very thg blc one, on the corner of Henry and Remscn-strccts. Vfter an appropriate prayer by Rev. SMt l.i- w is, Rev. Dr. Cox delivered an eloquent and ingenious address, in which he set forth, in Ins usual happy and forcible manner, the prin cipiee and purposes ol those concerned in the in. trrprise. He dwelt with appropriate emphasis ujM.n those striking tr.iits in the character ol the Puritans which must ever endear their memory hi;.- friends of Liberty and Justice. Some "' his allusions to histories] events, as weil as In certain passages of Scripture, were exceeding!] happy. He s.uu' it had been remarked ol Brook, lyn that she could atl?rd to build Churches, though she had nothing to waste upon Theatri s, and he rejoiced that New. York, in her mighty capacitiet for evil, operated as n common sew. r t ' drain off the impurities which would otherwise collect in their midst, so that they were left high and dry above the dark waters of iniquity which I (lowed at theii feel ! At the close of the addrt ss, Rev. Dr. Stows, of Cincinnati, read a list <ii the varimis documents and papers contained in the boa to l>e deposited under the corner-stone. The stone was then place?) in its proper position, niter which the assembly united m singing tin t Ihrislian I >? tology? " Prune Rod, fron whunt ?ii bMaainrj Ha? " The articles in the l>ox consisted of a Bible. Hymn Book,several Sermons and other religious pamphlets, various secular ami religious newspa pcrs,New.York and Brnoklvn Directories, &,< Sec. together with a piece ol the Plymouth Hock. Tht audience was large and deeply interested in the exercises. Tin Church, designed by Up? john, is in Ik-an antique structure of tine propor? tions, with a tower I7;*> feet high, and being on i levated ground, will be among the most promi I nent buildings to be seen on approaching the j the City. fir ? D. E.' writes us at too great length (for we havs a bushel ol communications on hand) in just iudicnation at the conduct of Ladies [by courtesy ) who en to Anniversaries, Commencement*, ?.Vc. ap? parently for no other purpose than tu w hisper, titter and . li>?tier through the exercises, or until thov s c tit lo co nut. He says he was grossly annoyed in this way through the evening when he attempted to listen tn ,Mr. Alexander's Oration am! Mr. Hi k t? k;h's Poem, but was baffled by the incessant bab? blement from under bonnets anil behind f?ns which distrai ted hi* e.ir. He was also tormented by the entries ol a lotol very small-headed young gentrv, *ith Inric canes and intensely long ears, w ho kept pounding ihe benches andfloor mosl unmelodioHsly whenever tin s suspected that the speaker had said or w:is likely to say :i simd thins. This Citv need, a teacher ol good manners, imminently. Have we not whole scores ol asses who know no better than t.> smoke in our most crowded streets, to the son j annoyance and discomfort of the passers-hv, in? cluding nine-tenths of the women' Why cannot inimsis l>r made sensible lhat they excite cm eral dtegust sml loathing f Tiik Pollv BooLvi Trial.?The evidenci closed and the argument for trie defence opened resterd iy. This morning the arguments on both s'des will be concluded and the ease given to the Jurv flT" M. L Kis.h. Whig Postmaster at Sutnl Lake, K? r.s-. : . ? Co. ha* been removed, and n Loco appointed in his stead. That Loco must be ?ers need} oi ?er\ .;rceti to take so i.mnll an office lor so ?hurt a time. ry \\ . ? .-nted mm Hon. Morris Kkok i is ?iil address n mass meeting at Providence nr. Ihe 4th. lLLi5ois.?D. M. Wooosoy, E*q. of Greene County, has been unanimously nominated as tbc W big can tidate for Congress, in the Filth District. IF The Army and Navy Chronicie. published a Washington, by W. Q. Force, E-i. has been livnntiuued tor want ofproper support. I t*" i|.>m. Wilson SHjutMO-f. our Minister x .>ectsnc\ to Mexico, has armed in Wa*hinctun from i Miio. 1 be tw i Whig Meetings Ust evening were full and spirited, but we have no room to speak >f them to-day. ft* The article on our 1*.: P,-, n;1 ? The ntHerrer and V|..ra, Keh^-ni is i Meeie.1 a< ?11 mlsertiuwnenr. and ttiu. .?;?.> ?n-sihw the wnUr claim, to tie rebutting ? serums charrr enin?t him?rlf and his associates in Use Morsl Re*>rm t'ause. ? hi eh ll*, are not aliowerl t-. s.iswer in the i-uiumr.. throncl , h ' i-r ire kd. W> pa? :><> tinicnie.H on the article ? ? f.bnt j? inr ? ???r awl s>mt are ar?rv*ed Le.tnrr by wir i uiUmefll nor BW tsste. f miversltj- or the City of Sew-York. Th- Eleventh Annual Conunenct ment ot Uns Instiiutioa was celebrated yesterday in the Church of the Messiah, in Broadway, opposite Waverly Place. At ten o'clock A. M- the hour appointed, the Church was filled by a refined and intelligent i audience. The Procession, composed of the Offi? cers and students of the Institution and various distinguished individuals, moved from th-- Univer? sity to the Church. Chancellor FiffiiwCHtrrstjr, or course, occupied the Chair. Among the distin? guished centiemen or. the platform we noticed H s Excellency Gov. Bo?CX, Hi- Honor Li-nt. Gover? nor Dicxissos.Hon. Alexacteb H. Everett. I Rev. Dr. MlLXOB, ".nd others. The Chancellor opened the Exercises of the occasion by readine the XiXth Psalm and offering n fervent and appro? priate 'prayer. The Exerci^s of the Graduating Ciass w-ere as follows: i l.fit n Salntatory, Tn"ma= B. SnRLnro. i ErirhshSalutatory. (simulation, lr. Krane us satrx. r; Pnetiry. T J lavts i'aRtxr. 4 ?Rr. ct.: Errantry, BesJaSIS B. Ai cston. 5 Stability of our Government. Da viD P. Bst-KNAr. ?j EmoireState, HaXFTOS Marmot. ?Poem?Vision of UethBot??. JajczsI BowjtAS. ?' Greek ' nation, JaXKS M. Kixball. B. Sixteenth Century, Wux?an L. Felt. J?. Reference 'r.r BM QUity, HOWARD CROSSY. II " Fitly yean her.o*." A CoUoqaral Poem. ' Shade o'ru* future. A. < IaXEY Hall. Minnie oftbe Pa-t, J""" F. J' DD. 13. i Kir Times. Jons AntlR Plk?.?m-. 13 PMIosopbieal Qeation. Ueorgk W. Kixball. 14 RelaUontol PS th to Benson, Francis Attsrbvrv. 15 ?\jortlity ot .\ain>ns. i.ofis II. I'tosnLBT. 16. Moral Grandeor. W BKSLOl k .\. ttajtvrr. 17. Keau. A. OAjcrr Uall. IS ?ItennTracr of Muton I tim?. U M. T. \ ?s HfZtR. If. Intiuen.-e of Soenre mi S-^-uil Procress, JOBS P. Jt'OP. '?"Excused nt ttieir reqliert. It would he invidious to criticise these peform ances, and therefore we shall only remark the:, while nil were creditable to the institution, same of them bore evidence of fine scholarship and thorough mental discipline on the part of their authors. In point of elocution, the speakers were Certainly above mediocrity, though no one particularly distinguished himself in this graceful acquirement above his tel lows. The Chancellor conferred the Degree of Bache lor of Arts on the following candidate.-, composing the Graduating Class: ReorceJ. Aclcr. J.DeLa Montacnie, Oand H. M*Cby, Franco AUerbury, ll^i.ry Ft. lamean. Loots h. Pnrnulet, Item. H A wise. Willan! I.. lVlt. Ji>hn A. Pleaaants, Dmvid P. Belknas. Bichard B Perns, M..rsee L. E. PnUt, Jiirnc I" Bowman, A. 1 >ak<;> Hi'l. Tlmim-no Rowi II, ?An.. I. Brown. Hampton Harriot, Ausun L. Sands. Jr. Fred. G.Cames, IV. \. Harvey. Iravid P. Sore, Gen A <nnnrs. Ssn.l B. Huobaro, Thomas B. Stirling, Timothy J Caster, f VV*. Iremnneer. II. H. Sutherland. Genree H. Clipp, JohnF.JudH. John To? mend. Jr. Math'l R. Cobb. Geo. IV. Kimball. Cliru. H. Tooink is. Howard Crosby, Jan. M. Kimball. VVm. r VanJJozer, James U I'")'. Clin?. II. Mitchell, Georcethler. Diplomas were swarded tu the following Students of the Scientific and Philosophical Course: i 'liurle. Ayeriee. Wm.E. Bloodeood, William B. Brown, E. W. Smith. Geonrs Wood, Jr. The Degree .Muster of Art.- was conferred upon the following candidates in eonrse : Kred'k W. GeiKsenhcimer, Jr. WhittVId Timlow, Samuel A. Se.-nimn. Edward J. Vail, Euren? Ijiwrencc. The Honorary Decree of Muster of Arts was con ferred upon George A. Ward, Esq. The Degree of M. D. was confi rred upon the fol? lowing Graduates ol the I Fniversirv Medien I College: Daniel Ayres, Jr. N. V. John Henry Stanoid. N V. liavnl Ecner Breiner. Ph. William L'. Burke, N. V. Al.inz" F. Gweulord. The Honorary Decree of M. D. wns conferred upon Dr. RaZSIR of Greece. Dr. GdKRIM of Pari-, Dr. Thrall ofKenyon ''oiler..., Ohio, and Dr. AU? GUSTUS I IsVKZU', Jr of New- Drieling. Tiie Honorary Decree ofD. D. was conferred upon Rev. Richard Winter Hamilton, of Leeds, England, aud Rev, George B. Cheever, of Now Vnrk. The enncludins Oration, on 'Art Creative,' to gethcr with the usual Valedictory Addresses, wer. delivered by George J. Adi er, who performed the ditt\ assigned him in a manner which reflected great credit upon himself ns well as upon the Uuiversity. The exercises were interspersed with Music nf ii locii order ol excellence, under the direction of Mr. Timm. The venerable Dr. Mu.nok pronounced ihe P? ne diction, after which the audience dispersed, havine listened with deep interest to the exercises for mote than four hours. _ f.sTEtt from Texas.?The steamship New York at New Orleans, June 23d, has dates from Galveston to the 1 i?th The I'. S. ship \'in<'. nnesnnd brig Somers wenl to sen from Galveston nit. r the arrival of the steam I ship Union, on the 8th insf. which carried oui orders to Commodore Connor. It was under-tooii llu ir destination was Vera Cruz, to which place ihe Com? modore also proceeded in the Potomac. The Union returned to rensacola. The Texas papers were full of complaints of the smuggling carried on over the Red River boundary. The duties imposed by the Texan Tariff on foreign importations average 3.1 J per cent, and it is said that responsible men openly offer to deliver goods front the United States for III und 12 per cent. The trial of Com. Moore was still progressing at Washington. In respect to the Indian troubles on the fron? tier, the Houston Telegraph of the 12th, lias the following : " VVi I ave direct iniurmaiioii from Bexar, that the dancer is no Uns thnii heretofore?that the Indians nr.- still committing llteir depredations in parties nl iriun eicht to twelve ; nod thai it is unsafe to travel the country, unles- armed nrni in company. And it is certainly no less important to emigrants and strangers in he on their guard, than it is to the old aod experienced inhabitants of Bexar, who never leave town without arms nndcompany " Lats from Sr. Domingo.?The si hooner Mari? 1.. Hull, arrived from Gonaives, brings news ihn' the Island had at length begun to assume n more settled state. President Guerrier had so far eiven perfect satisfaction to nil classes of the population, and the Chiefs of the Northern und Southern parts of the Island have all sent their submission to the new Government. Business was more active since the last ii tren days, and confidence in trade was universally restored. The market at Gonaives was well stocked with all kinds of American produce.? There was only one arrival expected from Huston. Coffee is very scarce, and the prices have been kept very hieb. The prices the day Capt. Hill left ruled II j to 12. and the demand f?r Locwood is Croat, und principally bought Up for Nassau and Jamaica, to fill vessels Ising there on demarage, a: *H? a $12. 'I'm sew Treasury Chief.?The Washington correspondent of the Express suvs that Mr. Bibb, whose acceptance of the office of Secretary of the Treasury has occasioned no little surprise, is ? p,l0. He itfhiur. -He wb>. some venrs ago, U. S. At? torney ibr one of the Districts in Kentucky, and i;, several Post Office suit*, it is said, collected sums nt money which have never been paid ever for ihe use of the Department. A judgment was obtained scams! bun. now amounting to some "*,(hhi ur S UOO dollar*, which remains in full force." ? PhWic Debt ? That term is soft enough for the delicately sensitive ears of .Monroe Edwards I himself. But we can hardly believe Chancellor Bibb is in this predicament. He has, however, placed his resignation of the Chancellorship on the ground of the inadequacy of the salary?a bsd symptom. EMIGRANTS ARRIVED ? The number of ships and of emigrants, arrived in the Port of New. York, du? ring tlie mon'hs of May and June from Great Britain ria.i Ireland, are as follows: Number of Ships. 73 Total number of English, Irish, and Scotch Ernicranls.1-1,660 Number ol Irish.IO.C60 Irish, who have ci>ne to settle on land,.2.665 Irish seekms employment, princi: ally in the country, of whom 4.412 have been broucht out at the expense of their triends. 8.isi:t THOS. W. i. LERKE. : resident of the Irish Eausra>t Society. The Opera.?Tne performance of the luilian in Algier* 00 Monday nisht was beyond antic puinn brilliant and successful. This beautiful opera, in which Madame Datnoreati achieved ihe moat com? plete triumph,will be repeated to-night. The opera tnrouchout is sustained in a manaer never surpassed ami perhaps never equaled in the United States. I V~ Charles Deihl, tae German who murdered his wife in Pittsburch. Pa.on the tncrning of the 1st of tpril last, was placed on trial in that citvon ibe j 36th ult. Alabama-PolU and Tsxas-DUunlnn, .v.r. Correspondence of The Tnhune. Mor-T A:*v.-A>. June :Ttb. 1-44. With all the uniform ana DMparing beatings , which the Whigs of Alabama h.ivc received, they | src not yet used up: hut are battling away for , victory with as much earnestness and vigor as if j , they were used to it. The Lncn-Focos arc bring? ing ail their forces, legal and illegal, to bear upon !, us in every way possible. Tfic Texas question is their high horse, and | they ride it with both whip and spur. They con- . tend that their party is the Texns party?that | the- overthrew Mr. Van Buren cxpre>.-Iy on this ground, snd that t o because Annexation was ?i Southern measure Thev forge! that Mr. Van Buren w-.s the - trv Southern" candidate four vears ago. whilst he hold the same opinions on Annexation that he now does And they go so far as t > s.:v, that 'heir party is the "Southern partv" in all its principles and measures, and that the Whigs are rmthinginorc in fact Uianrnerntes in disgms*?. aidirg the ctus" of the Abolitionists. You are a-.vnre. perhaps, that these assertions, which an- nude with ail possible plausibility, arc calculated to give them grett advantages in thts particular section of the Union. For besides all the sectional prejudices which they have siicceed cd in keeping ap heretofore, the immediate annex? ation of Texas is urged iere nn purely sectional grounds, as a means o.'* strengthening the slaye hotding States against the North, and otherwise benefiting; and sustaining' Southern Institutions.' I have seen it remarked that this great Texas excitement was instigated and sustained mainly by "a few land speculators;*1 hut. sir. this is a mistake. Thev arc far from " lew" in numbers You can scarcely find hull'a dozen men together in trny of our wealthy neighborhoods, but that ?ome of them have possessions m Texas. And I have never yet heard of a "Texas meeting" that was not attended by some who were pecu? niarily interested, and these are usually the wire? pullers. Hundreds and thousands of our citizens a<e owners of Texas lands, which they bought at from 10 to 50 emls per acre; and which, after annexation, would be worth from 1" to 15 dollars. Tiie>=c men. so far as I have seen, are all hot for " Polk. Texas, and Southern Institutions." In ?ddition to thc*c, we have scores of rtctlial citizens of Texas, and many Iii",h functionaries ofthat Government, amongst us. Throughout the entire Spring our steamboats were continually freighted with these Annexation mi-sionaries ; so thaftfearly every village ha? its porti'-ti of these staiionnl about its corners, while their cx-Prcsi. dent is going altout haranguing the multitude for "immediate annexation." And then, we have the illustrious Knight and chivalrous General of the South Carolina Militia, James Hamilton, ol ' Sugar' memory, ranging from New Orleans to Charleston, writing letters, and "dining when asked," and making speeches. The result of this is, that Tex ts speeches areas plentiful as Sabbath sermons, and " annexation letters" as common as shinplasters in '37. You have perhaps seen the attempt of this renowned ' Minister ol the young Republic,' to establish his disinteres'edr.tss in this grand project. He stated in a speech at Sa? vannah that he only held Texas bonds to the amount of about forty thousand dollars; but for. gut to mention h<s planting interest in that coun? try, and the drove of negroes which he went over tu bring hack to this country only a few months igo ; but. finding a prospect of doing something it annexation, lett them, and returned on this mis-ion. fins ' P"!k and Ti x is' party arc coining out a Utile bolder than before their success m over, throwing Van Buren. They have frequently re solved ol lute, at their pu'die meetings, that llu-y must have Texas immediati iy or ?hi v will iokc measures to dissolve our Union. And ihey have commenced passing resolutions at their Texas meetings in South-Carolina, in favorof going about nullifying the Tariff! Here, m these re cent movements, we have evidences ol the foun datum and objects of this incessant agitation and eflbri to establish a gn at nnitid Southern pan -. ?Hi tine Texas h i?is. Ji is ti dissolve our hal? lowed Union and form a ' Southern Republic * us strong us possible, in which the chance nf being head man would be bi tter for some people, as't is surmised, than it now is. I have long suspected tins, and have to en particular to enquire into in? dividual opinion and feeling on this subject, and I honestly assure you ihat, with extensive oppor. tunnies of inquiring, 1 have not met three " im. mediate Annexationists" who are n it decidedly in favor of dissolving the Union. In view of all these things, you will not be surprised when I express the opinion, thai ii then1 could a difficulty arise betw een our Government and that ul Texas, a very large portion, perhaps a majority of the people of this State, would join with the latter. Truly, you will say, the Whig parly has much to contend with in Alabama; and yet they arc as spirited in their labor as though't were nevi r so light. While our adversaries go for Polk. Texns, and Free Trade, we will fight under the St tr-Spangled Bannerol Clay. thr. United States. and Fan Trade in all things?and if we are beaten we will lie beaten, not from the field, hut on it. Ma con. The Glorious West! Correspondence ol the Albany Even in it Journal. RoCHatari tu. June Ii*?i! v. >t Dear Sir: Our city is literally overwhelmed by the Whig masses. The same men and their sons, known to you its familiar as household laces?who put forth their .-trengih on all those great occasions when the intersts of the country require support?are here to-day from 15 to 20,. nun strong. Those Mime men from every town in Monroe, who roll up the 12,000 majority Wesi of the Cavugu? tiie hardy, zealous, noblemen oi industry. Sewarh is now addressing in powerful and convincing argument becoming n statesman, (as he is,; a concourse of ? or 10,U0i7, on Washing, ton Square ; Collier, the nobie.hearted, will fol low. 1840 was ?? a fool to this." The spirit ol Western N. V. is stirred within her, and you know what must he the result when the young [ Lion is roused. In haste, yours ever. I P. S. On one of the Perinion banners 1 \ noticed? " VVool rheulil he admitted free."?/Wi. " You ran": pull tliat wool over our eyes?no how ! " _ Permton. The Spirit of Weatehester, f'.ine-nondence of The Tnhune. NORTH i V-TLr. \Wv!i(r,ter Co. July 1. lMt. The Whigs of North Castle hud an old-tashioned gathering last Suturduy evening to form u Clav Club. The Log Cabin was filled with the true-hearted Whigs of this town, including a small sprinkling ol the right kind from White Plains and Rve. The meeting was addressed by Alex. H. Wells and James E. Beers. Esqrs. who were received with repeated cheers, and who gave us just the right kind ?ftalk. A ('lav Club was organized?Job Sands, ournew Whig Supervisor, was appointed President?James Banks and William A. Husted, Vice Presidents,and Nehemiah Sarlesand Lemuti B.Trippe,Secretaries. Spirited resolutions w. re passed, and when it was announced that five persons were present who voted lor Van Buren in 1840, and who were determined to vote lor Clav in 1B-14. there went up a shout from the meeting w hich awakened toe echoes of1840, and mittle the old Cabin .-hake again; bui there wa- no danger of its coming down, for it was t.tiilt by West ehester farmers from mountain oak ard ash, and the joints well eeinrnied with t,'Uiy. I I insert the following as a specimen ol the resolu I linn- passed: AeMfoee*. That we are mtnaed with the fjnced Slate*as , tueiFare, sndtnatlh? u,.., bars ... tcsrldealr laiten in love ?755 V ,, *\'mxr '"""t1> t" th*r? ""thoutdelat. as a u ? ttrw.r ,,, pr-,,-,.^,,,,, !n, Hjb-tnsaMirers. have d >Ok bef re them: bot that tithe. h..i-t on unti' alter election :h-V liar tiy the *?( ul --It K ver. or.'e.'crrf. Thn! ttte.e ire Uut two ? iie? t.i the atie^ioi in 'h/> I r>reseotenote-', viz: CUy. .,?- i'?u:.iry and 'naeet' ? i? I Am.r.ry,, Laho.-or P..I?. Texas, aVrjAi-h iwf ru lo ' and that are c r.r tne t.irmer. Some pntnotic V\hi? Songs were sun" bv Mr sweet, and the meeting adjourned w.rj, three tiuiei tnreelort/i n and Freli?chutse5. Yours, Arc. pEORtA Wbio Co.nvk.ntiox.?In the last St Lou's papers we find the most animating a.-count of the Whig .Mass Convention, held at Peoria Illinois, on the 19:h inst. It ?rasa glorious ra!:v j of glorious Whigs. The Presidents and Secre? taries "Ut numbered the enure mass of an ordin a y Loco-F.-o-o meeting. The procession was more than a raiie long. The multitude passed a resolution, and ratified it with tnree cheers, that i Illinois, in November next, shall fall mtu the pha lai x of Whig Suns. And every man went home with a strong purpose at his heart to carry out that deternuaa?on, Charces on Commerce. TtUu Editor cj The Triune: , Tnc E^i.inir P.trf 01 laW having nad much to ,hj on Free Trade, our restrictive, oolicy and ihe heavy imp^ns practised nn our shtpp-ng in texest by the Black Tariff. I hare been induced 10 look into it to see if there was not consider*, blemore naid ?" Foreign G .vcrnmcrits than our nwn. and whether a little of the censure ducted .gainst them would not be of service : and I have iscertained that, br.d as we treat the shippng in tercet, all other nations make ours pay more. Here i? a sample: Take an American ship s char-cs a; the Port of Liverpool, say of B*>? tons: the dock fees arc Is. 6d. per ton; th? woaW amonnt to.?" * Th" average lime < f lying there is about -><' days. The Light money, that is the privilege of seeing the Brttsl. Lights, is Is. li-i.per ton. ? Sj??ti 50 Now, on this side of the water, take New. York, the same ship would pay for 20 days' wnarfage... "5< M For L'gh' money, nothing. Balance pud ou'r Brother Bull is.. .. 599 i"> This, onashipthatmakeslhree trips tnaye.tr to Liverpool, amounts to something rather more than the duty of a chaincable, which lasts eight or ten years. Now let us take a contiguous Island, where an immense number of American vessels congre? gate, and where they have always been ready to carry out Free Trade in theory to humbug the rerdants. I mean Cuba. What are the [?ort charges there on an Amen can ship of 314 tons? In Havana, say... 669 i"i Iu New. York. ~. 00 Besides, in Cuba they charge ?10 per barrel on Fluur; on Beef $.'1 per barrel ;on Pork ?4 per barrel; and all other articles of luxury in pro? portion. Again, there is another country with which we have a large trade, nnd we their great staple. Coffee, duty free?Brazil. Now, what does she do in the way of Free Trade on our staples Why, she only charges on Flour $3 per bbl ; on Cottons -J.") per cent.; on Beef 53 84 per barrel; on Pork 34 ?0 per barrel. This too is a neigh bor, and we have bought of her in the last live years S25.652.999, and she has had of our pro? duce only 813,920,028, at the above rates of duly. I sec to-day they have doubled the duty i>n Cottons. P>rt charges for a vessel of 300 tons at Rio for ?J") days, is..".. 8314 00 In 'New-York. 25 00 If the Editors of the Post would like sonic more Free Trade Countries' charges, such as Spain and France, they shall have them. Dr. Billot. To tht Editor of Th' Tribune : As the people of New-York are now frequently making the inquiry, " Who is D.-. Elliot,the Buck eve of the West," 1 feel it important for the cause of Temperance, and Gospel Monopoly, that nn nn swer Biiould be given through your paper. It is generally understood that Dr. Elliot is a Temper nice lecturer; but it ought aiso in he understood, or raiber, well known, that he is an extraordinary one. He has labored long, ami with great zeal and effect fur the cause, und is one oi those who is well calcu? lated lo nrouse t" cetivity und life the energies a hu h have fallen asleep under every day s|ieakers, Co describe his sty ie of lecturing would be, lor me, an iinposeihility. It is a style peculiarly his own. Vs lie sat s himself, he always begins in the middle nnd trie* :n make berth ends meet. But if hi- lec? turing be w ithout system, it is not wirhnui, (feet.? Wherever he goes the '? Rum--' lling-Club-Li< BO iiHir-" have cause to tremble. Hisgreni power ies ui turning inin ridicule all ihe objections that can I" urged lor not signing the pledge," and be ihies ibis in such a strange way a? to make iho objector laugh at himself. As hef lectures, so also he sings; and racti lecture is interspersed with ihree, lour in live songs, t hese are always well chosen and to the puiiit. Siime r.f his pathetic melodies, when .-uric with a falsetto, in which it appears to me he excels, nre trulv i ffeciive. They come home to the heart and wio the soul. But. mat everyone may form an opinion lor himself, we would recommend nil to go and hear him whenewr he makes his ap peamnce in New \ ? rk. Altiany 1ms engaged him for ihe Four h, and we understand ihm b> solicita? tion he bus consented to truvel through its Eastern Suites at the close of the engagement. All who have heard him wish bim success. All who have not have still a treat before them, and they ought to lake the earliest opportunity of enjoying ir. By publishing ihe above you will oblige the friends of Temperance and your _CONSTANT READER. 'J'uk 'Glorious Fourth' in oi;r Citv.?Tn those who stay iu our City und those who come here on the 4th, wa commend the Civic Celebration ut the Tabernacle by the Independence Guard. The Exercises are attractive, and ihe Oration by Jas. T. Brady, Esq. will, we are sure, he of a high order. The Music, Banners, sVc. will be thoroughly and happily in keeping w ith the spirit of the dav. While we are about it, wr will giv.* the programme, viz. American Independence, July 4tli, 1844, INDEPENDENCE GUARD, ANNIVERSARY. AT Till TABERNACLE, Gen. P. K. MATHER, PsKsuiKO. raosRAXXs. Hail C o I ii ui bin. i ide by the < Ihoir?Quartette nnd (.'hums. Pravsr by Reverend Mr. tleii-enheimer. Indeiiende-iee Guard Quickstep. Stur Spangled Banner. Ode? Professor P. II. Nash and Choir. Declaration of lmle;>viidence? fnl. Giles >|. |I|||j-er. CapL Cairns'Quickstep. National Air?Mr. II. Camp and Choir, by permu.i.iu of die .Author, Jas. P. Wiirner. Esn t ?Ratio??JAMES T BRADY, Esq. Marseilles Hymn. Ode by the < iimr. wriuen by Thaddens k. Perlee E?i , ,, Benediction by Bishop Hopkins. -v h?Mr. Henry Lamp will conduct the Choir ci.nsi.tui2 nt several distinguished Professors mid Amatears, who have Kindly volunteeied lor tins ocrnsiou. Ilodworth's NaUonul i omet Iliind is engaged. Health ami Comfort.?A fine opportunity is offered the citizens who prelbr quiet and country'air to city heat, dust and bustle. The stcunilojut S wnl low, Alex. McLean commander, will leave the steamboat landing foot of Courtlandt street, this evening at 7 o'clock, landing at West Point, New burgh, and Poughkeepsie, giving those persona who cannot leave ihe city at an early hour facilities to go in the country on the Fourth of July. fear" The Excursion over the New-York and Frie Railroad to Goshen andMiddletown, will be a pleasant and healthful one tn our citizens, enabling them to ride over the finest Railroad, visit the rich? est country, und partake of the finest cream ihr State can produce, and all for a trifling expense. Passengers take the L'tica from the foot of Duane street at 7 in rhe morning, arrivy; at .Middletown al noou ; lenva there again at -I o'clock, and return lo the City by 9 o'clock in the evening. SJee advertise? ment. Long Island Rail Road.?By an advertisement .n another column it will be seen that excursions may he made over this road on the Fourth at reduced rates. The interior of Lone Island is terra incognita to many of our citizens, and this gives them a good opportunity to explore it. ry " The New-York Journal or Medii im ind the Collateral See.a, Edited l.v Samcei For ret, M. D.'? has just closed it- third volume. It is full of original papers of-ignal value to the facul? ty, nn.i one?Delamateron ihe Saratoga Waters? Ibi wh eh we predict a more general liking?for th waters if net for lb- essay. The work is neat v i-ublished by H. G. Langiey, 8 Astor House. $1 ,ier annum. C^* Hunt's Merchant's Magazine for July ?as original psper? on ADcietu Ship-Building, dm. inerciai Legislation, Rio Janeiro. 1". S. Cit;eg and i'o.vns, our Commerce with Cninn, the Gold 'dines of North Carolina, occ. (Freeman Hunt, I k! Fobon-st.) Z?T The Conservative is , new Religious pa? per, semi-monthly, published at Watertown N V 02 Rev. H. Mattison. Its leading object is lo op? pose Come Outism and insist on the Church as the proper agency lor effecting Moral Reform, in contra distinction ran Voluntary Associations?To pro? mote Temperance, dec etc. $1 per niinum. Lir~ Ihe Nastucket Leuker, Mas*, is now pubUehed Dauy. itts Whig uf course. By This M"rmi.gjj| Mail. Thl?k? ?? PhlUdrl?.!.!?. pmtA??twt?. -'tor ?? r . i?, ?? ? A* ibis <<av ?Hl '??? <?'*'? TH? F..CKTH or e/thi kind wh ch Im? hrated in . manner rnma^mic ottrih "jo nUjw|iwr, , ever taken pfe? mi th? ' ?> - ^.|to ,.,,rv nret, , ? u m. wf-ffcj"Li* W??ior ?1.11 ;,n.haWv fa? the rjom roe IsaUye ?"?"? . tnat cver came oft m th. ,a?e.t. a.->4ce.tn,n,y - ?- ' numberless-* country. The bnnneri-an . r. . , , (plaodul weameosol the I / , M.oon. The.U S^of !*?h^?*BJ!f^Ti' Uberty. ?re-worfc?...... iagof -hi.-. 'ree-....i .rf * ,.. |K>U?>. In ?* .;c. hone?. ?e ?': "'? ... ... in.-.-, v. ! ?! . , - , . Btimate i o ceur* i ; .,? S.008 per think the urn too h?h. ,'''' '? ;,7/,t.i brauen. ?v^lfnoTi ri?ffl-f the week. ^h,kk"v.- Accidk?t.-A man emptoyeil in F,?le?>uplu>Kterye,r?b..-hnien\eor.ol S?0~^nWo?Uot u et w tha vH...,. accident 'h- atternoo... b> by?? onc^ . fends cauahl n the machincrr used ;nthe piece, wmen ;v,? :?.rn and raajnHed in the mort^dHsrAiaS maaoer. Itis fenre.l amputatwii arUI have tp take place. vir?,,?i,. Brutal U?track.?John Kubtnuoii -a? DTOUKru before Mayor Scott this ?nomine and bound over t.. antwisrtne cha?efi reakinc the ja* ?f a man immrfThoi O^mIL Pocket Picked.?A gentleman from Uaupmn C? intr. Mr. Joseph Dixnn. hid bis oorfcet picked ?'?'?. n,';';'. ? ? ?60 an t a number of valuable paper, at the Uarrtebori Sioot.Market street. Travelers trairantbe too cautmos. \ RoWDt - Fite Navorheld Edward Smtth,one nftbe ro*.ly firemen, to bail Ibis mominj fin m^^"?*^ ineitea riol on Friday evening but. Smith ti also irode. AKxli c?There is now nt the Philadelphia Ex ehanee an irmweatitereoeb which was made m Enejsind m mfi the...s??ree of VVrn. Perm, proprietor ol ^nr-ylvan> ..... r,. .;Ht.>. S?inii?l ( an-.iit.-r ami i aleb Ittsev^"y. ? ?'-V,.r- m.u Chester Cr.ek. ^1,.,,,the heir. ?I Kiihan! Ho? er. .lecea-ed. and now advertised far sale. sT0, ks.?The sales to-daj were again moderate. State S's declined to 7?; Umted States ??nk was firm tt Btari-i shares Camden ?od Amb^ lUilrrmd IM , 39do VeVuirn IMak *?S Jd? Ph.Wejph.a Bank [ Wllfl tutton Railroad ?J.uud Rea.hu? Bond*. = l^.V^sr^^^.tr^i'tv;:^ VJ^', ^id:^: -W^^rnsnxml Bank 52 . . IM )VU ffi^^?cirard Ba? ?Oh* atai?l? pfeteV^ K,-nn. .lo. Sfinetta. lb.ytnore. rroridence: /nnuma.Corsou. New York: Mexico. Tondin. IVMud-nre; )w; . ??? ?'? AtT- Oreeon. Wine*.do; (i'oiK-. Tibbett*. ( arnbiaJee. Was?. ivu Vrt. . Tm., .NV ; .Molt... Fourier. IJijthtoti. May. ".irr,r:i.-Br.esr?la,.?. Keene. 10 dan fromT^rtabh.rid; nrandTurk. .May... 10 dan from Lubee; Albert rWra, itlark. SdavsTrom Havana ; scbrs Princess. Rackett, J ?'??>?> ir..n. .N.w.Vork: Iodine. Blew. 3 days (rum New- York. W in. llcnrTi Hinson,5uanfru?n Provfclenco: A.iao?. Niekersoa. Sdarslmmda. ... Weather. Clear uml warn.. Wunl. g. W . *v . Almost a Duel.?We learn from the Saratoga Sentinel that a decidedly rich affair came off in the place ihe other day at a party given by a knight of the razor. It seems that a genteel darken from New-York or Philadelphia unceremoniously entered the mom and approached a ?bright particular star' with language which her indignant husband con? sidered unbecoming, and thereupon demanded an explanation, instead of which he received a chal? lenge to mortal combat. The challenged party, mi? ller pretence of going out to choose a friend, took immediate measures for the arrest of his antagonist. Ai'ier u patient und laborious investigation, the lotirt. upon the evidence of the friend of the chal? lenger, came to the conclusion that he intended it unly us a joke, and discharged him. The following h a copy of the eh illenge, r< rbtttim et literatim : June 28 i Ml , .. s.r your Remarks <>t luat Evenuur and to day Mas Forcec u.e to notice what in any otter l^rcumrtancej would not Have Hone But it ii yoor vri*h and not none Trmnure l>un .nler tin. its you |.iense Either iit the Liebt as A Challenge Or Buuavelant t.. A Insult the ?eurer ..i This note will settla All Prelimianaryi Your ObeidsmtServant \\ 188.8.131.52 ..I H.a.vLI'. The Murder is Havana.?We have been fa v red with the follow ing extract of a letter from 11avati,i, dated June 12th, 1842. " My friend. Gen. CampVell, has just informed me thai he has this moment r..ived Irom the Cnptnin (.eiiernl the verdict i f the Court .Martini on the irmi of the Corporal who shot the American sailor, Mnr phy. He is condemned lo two years imprisonment at iiitrd labor, anil l ion to he degraded ro the rank.-. Phe Captain General has approved ihe sentence. The formei verdict, which was lur u.ur tnonlha im prisonineni.he disapproved and sent buck for recoii -i.leraiioti." The authorities of t^nha desi rve much com mendation lor their prompt and efficient action in the premis. s. [Charleston Cour. June ?3. Rumorbd Dl el.?The Washington correspond, ent of the Evening Express, under date of June 30, writes: Aiiioiil' the engrossing rumors at Washington, is one ol the contemplated duel or street light expectad lu take place bet ween John Tyler, Jr. and I'll as ants, the Editor of the Richmond Whig. The quar? rel, I understand, grows our of the editorial course ol Pleasants with regard to President Tyler, person? ally and politically. Young Tyler has left the city for ihe purpose of meeting him, and as both parties declare ihey will nol retract, tltere is every proba? bility of a rencontre taking place. Heath ok M. T. William-.? It is with a deep sense of the los? which our community have sus? tained that we report ihe dcHlh of this eminent oili y.en. His earthly existence closed about II o'clock last evening, by a disease of tint brain. Mr. Williams was ?tili in the vigor of manhood, and beside other stations .n trust and responsibility, had tilled the office of Canal Commissioner and Fund Commissioner of the Mate rf Ohio muny years. [('in. Chron. ' O" 7'Ae Mississippi River was at a stand at St. I/mis on the 2<lih ult; and was three feet Higher than it was during the great flood of 1785. It was 37 feet above low water mark. The swell was showing itself at New.Orleans on the 24th ult. The Picayune of that date says: The river continues to rise at this point. Al .1 o'clock last evening it was twelve feet and one inch above low water .nnrk opposite the Vegetable mar? ket. The danger of an overflow becomes serious. IT' We leant from the Providence Journal, that the General Assembly of Rhode Island ad. jouraed on Saturday niter h session of live days. Among their d oin^s it resolution ol grtieruL atti ntsly was passed, granting a Ircc pardon to all persons under indictment for participation in the recent insurrection who shall at the n?xt term ol the Supreme Court take an oath of allegiance to the State and swear to support the Constitution of that State and of the United States. [LT* We understand that John Willard, Esi| for many years the attentive and efficient Depu? ty Treasurer of this State and one of our most estimable citizens, was ihis day removed from oflice by Mr. Treasurer Farrincton. The cause of this removal is to be found in Mr. Willstrd's uncompromising adherence to Whig principles. [ a Iii.my Hve. Jour. 33'Captain I)rap*r, of the Massasoit, who was robbed of .$ 1,600 by his Stewart at Key West, and who subsequently recovered the money, ex cept two doubloons, arrived at Newport on Fri. day morning, where he found the sum of $400, which had been collected for him at Havana, chiefly from shipmasters in that port. [Providence Journal. Wreck of the Bark Crusader.?The Quebec (?azette states that it is ascertained that tne missing hark Crusader, which sailed from that port for J.oif <lon on the 4ih of .November last, was cast away about the 1-Jih, at Cope Cuptinonzi.no, and it is tearerj thur every soul on board perished. Three lead bodies have hewn found near that place. Fires in Boston.?During the month of June '.he Fire Department were called out 11 tum three of which were occasioned by alarms which originated out of the city. Engines played al tires six times. The number ot partial alarms when there was not a general turn out ssf the department was five. Subscriptions for Clay Tribune. TWadsqr, .V? 2 Rirhviile N Y. 2 KocJrville. Ill .. i Cbntun.iVi. ? VVaterville V V3 /?cksorrville. N Y .i iv Ion, rton! Del fki ? ,n,p^lm,w?..N. Y.1. Ilvi.t srh. yier. N Yl...'*""|l I tilt..ey. .V Y.olsiusrla ...Is-mUrrs.. . '[?> Ethiopia* Serk;<adcri?Apollo Ro.im-.-m nv ur MotauVmofsome of the most distineuished families in heCrtjr. ihese admirable representatives of tf?e Virtioi.n \Wodrsts will acameive one ol their cfa ueest-nterta...me-,t. i ho Eveinnc, ?nd Tor the accommodation nfachools tan i' ie.and youmrer branches of s.>c.ety. there will be trrnrjerfom. '.nrc, to-morrow, the 4-h. lor the particulars of which see the IVoitrarnme-at >, past J afternoon, and <-4 ^a.t 8 ,? tiie ?_. nine. EO- The French and Snatch Families have e-ente,! n .??? a ien<ati.,n ..t the Caitie Garden as ever c?? 11 S5j! n, *r*at the nldest citizen and no wonder' 'ft**Ir?SL^^}& y..n.| cmuar.wn and rracefu ben -nTdsM e.n .? * ?< debRhted an.. etpre?i...? of ^ ^ f>e The a !?.:? eatenaMnsiHit .s suoerbSe^rl!^ " "vcrjr l,D i.rent doinrson the4th. ^ ^ "?????went COURT CALENDAR..Tn? D?t. CircuitCourt.?Hon. 14, 20. 21. 25, 33, 34. 38 id in 52 inc'usive. ('?,?,.? l'i.f.AS.-No8. 2, 82, -M, 22. 40, CC, 75, 4 53, 62, 80. _____ CITY I NT KL LIG ENC E. tcesdat. COURT FOR TME('f?KUlX*no\ op ERRORS. Ttie i.HIT. t'nvsRJtna in 'he f.Twir Frtatt .v Campbell ot. r*he Si li ivan Com ?_s~ -llel 'I've v, n .te.im cnr ine. boiler and_ ht'uria b?ned ,,i,', v,? Vorkam! Shnvrangonk Mining I nmparry. whirl, hey pal up in Iheir mill in * n'7 lU^wed byJudge Ookl*r in tbe Super** fjowt which to ?nVmed by the Supreme "? further ?Pf*' .leWtheColirt ..f In.f rr*.f Mr If. 8. Dodge PPeuwl jSmiilVin error, and Mcort Thompson nnd Carvr lor de ier.dant in error._, ?oi KT <>F COMMON PLEAS.Before ??'??!*? I'm I vmks TooitiLL nr. Bernard Dotft and .th rang hM Wife -Action for Asaauit and Bsttery. referred la retterdajr. Verdict lor defendant. SUPERIOR COURT. . Bet?re Chief Jostice Joses and Judges Oarlkt and Vastdbepobl. Winthrop and Wife w. Jostos D Miller.? r'rectinentcn.?e relative to property sold I"' a.?~?n;ent,. rs ,.:^.,n.,;w"o:ay. I hetViurt did not eoni? i it ue'euery(0 npon [he Stntional point, and the decision, the.-etor.. rvns on tne facts of tr.e case. _ VICE CH VNOELLOR'S O lURT....Before Hon. Wm.T. M'Coux. Vice Chancellor. nc istojrs in PtrORCK. Maroarrt E. Roberts?"*, called Margaret i- rvuvsin Ac rr. EdWaRB M. I"owork v.?The com t! , , i.V-hterot Mr David ii Robertsun, merchaat, of ??achct to each other Her parents Iwuh . f v... ??d rn'withdrnwine theirdaughter from the at. COURT OF SESSIONS.. ..Before the Reco an iterineu Drakc and Emmoss?Matuew C. Pa .'.?her still stroncer. Th? swieso nwrned, a rounret broth* . I Mr (>>wdiey sod a mend ol Mr. I . named UiUnn.Hy bci'nc present The defendm | met her it the street the Kvm. mg St the ceremony. nearly "PK??* "tolo ?. joe. they ?<r.t ,,, Mr. flutti n*s in e carnage. W hile cows, it i* *?ted, Mr. i' ...-crted th-t the rereoi?ny should be mere |.,rm ; ft..., ih?t ihcr were not to consider themselves man and wife for two ^ ?,?i then not till their parents consent had been .?st?,?*? sod the nurriase cereoiooj to be primmed over. On leaving the house ol the minister, the complainant -ent home to her rather's bouse. Tbemarriaao never wax consummated. The complainant, a day 01 two afterwards.i?ted that her parents should !?? informed ot their imprudence which ??< ,!..ne. ft, nalli opposition sprang up. and the defcodent then claimed that she was his bride, and bound to turn hy the ?demn im of wedlock Sue Opposed ll" ?'ca. and in excu?? lor ihe j<recipi inte course she had pursued, declare;! Uiat he was the first m*.., who had ever addressed her m the lanrnageol lore, and she thoasht die could confide >n What he ?a,d. that UM jeremnny was not to he lecal or biadine. I ms so in March. WU. \| u K it the time being but li'i yeawofaae. tnnugh uoniacly ami i.rri^~m~Miir in peiaon. Divorce wa, ai>;.lie,J f.-r.nr.d i is . nil her affilCtion has torneu tu the reverse.?Divores granted. ,. ,, Peter P. Riersos r.s. Emklijie l. Kiersox.? The prool of improper conduct "t W ' *liiircli..ireet. kc. eon sidetetl ft' sustaining the .?harue ol iiilnlehty.?Ihvurce gmntct a rincolo malrimnnii. I from ihe mamage?ea.1 Jrah P. B. Lesueur ri-- Jkak.se I*. Lesuecr.? Tbe e.'op..Hl in June. 1KH) run! prev. Conduet with Krsn. eis Frey merchant, and bonrdei at the hotel, b, Broadway, con.idered conclusive.?Divorce granted. _ \v> Hovi nt. Patrick Hove.-?trie intimacy ol defendant with Mis. Hildreth andIMisi Lively, tn. ? . ibeatrieal compans ol which ilciendanl ??> manager it At bany Nortolk kc. considered conclusive.?Divorce granted. Hamxah Fii.i.k.k c.v. 'Iiiomas Fuller.?The pa rile, were iniirried nt Ito-toit im li?. Ilelsndsiii hsv anartmenrs in OakstreeJ end living with a young woman, ii pnMod ?i his w ife, (but was not so, deeine.1 rani lent Ig instaintliechnnre.-Divorce (ranted, Km/. Cuvii.i.kak rs. J. CuvitLEAR.?Were married nt Parrs in 1828. Arrived at Bnejton .,. Ih37 and ihe defendant Wlbseqoently kept ?t'?e m Broadway. Me Ictt t.,r Pmnce in i84<> Hin conduct with a young woman panted lie. hue' w ho had his>ii n lean stress in his .tors, and also his as .erted conduct-it New I luven, considered as ptovmg thecharj* oi infidelity.?Divorce iraoted. dccuioms in OTHgR CilgS. Stephen Weeks rs. Jon?. M. Lowerre.?The nanies were partner, nnd kenl 11 crockery store at Peek Slip - .?hey separated. The Master reported *!*?> ns due t.. com. nlaionnt Exceptions are raken to the rei-ort. Kxeeptiom sie n verm led. but bs the books ..ere not produced nor demanded, each patty, to ? certain extent, to pay his own costs. JoH? K. Set ODER and others rs. \\ it. Mi Kin rer ami others.?Motion in relation to costs, nml n.long to have the proceedings >et a>ide a, irreenl.ir.-.Motio.i ,Ik,?^!. iik ORR nnd At .'. Pattbbsos. Datrict Attorney. Sentence.?Ann Keeler, convicted ol manslaueh. ler i" the fourth degree in killing J >hanna Sweeny hy pi>h ing her down -t.-nr-. and reenmmended by the Jnrv tnthemer , y"ot the t 'ourt, was Mnteneed to pny n fine ol So. After ii long and vain dein? in endeavoring to get ,?? en?e< lor trial, the Court adjourned to Wednesday at N o'clock. _ poi.n'E oKrn'E. Pound STABBrD.- A mnn named Patrick Smith was found in the street Issl m'sfit severely s'abbed in tbe side ied hleediiis. II- wn? conveyed tn the i Sty Hospital fi r trtst nent Thesl-ibber, who is unknown, escaned. Theft *?f AppakeL.?Catharine Finney and Mary Johnson werenrrei'ed sal eommitt*d fiir stealing tS worin of female nnpnrel ln?m the premises of Robert M. I vim. No. 29^ Chatham street. HMI am i'lurk >? as arre-ted iinil conunitt.d h<r''eriling l wrench from No. 19 Broad stryeL Bukglah v.? Un >he night of the 27th or morning, of >hc 'J.-li ulr the distillery of Graham Polly, pom! of N'orh Sixth street, William.hurgh lens burglariously e: tered ned nibbed of a copper piimp. still head and about .Oleetol la rve ?? ppei pip. ol the value ol nearly $900. T'ms morning tg ofneer John L) nn nt an earlj hour discovered 'hat he proper 'y had been s.,ld to Mr-. Cnlhane. in Water near rliDt'Hi whose hu hand, Patrick, is now in the Peniientian I ? i ', and mat -lie had-old it again to Mi. Winirinjbam, Nn.W I j.-nry-treet w here it was recovered. J Lyons und ohVtn Parker and .lo^pn then set out to find the burglars. Stealing a Watch.?Charles Wyckoff voter day aflemnon matched a gold watch nml part ??! ii ehs" worth #23. from Ute vest pocket of James Mntghan, il ? Cms -tri-ei, nml handed it to an accomplice. Both run oil'. Ij? night, however, Wyckoff was caught nn! niminitted to sn ?wer. Stealing ?m> Beating.?Harry Jones lnstni'hi purloined some goods and then heat the watchman who nrreit ed him. i Is wa.? commited to answer. Theft <?k a Bank Note.?Peter Bo vie stoles SI0 loll from the duelling of Elisabeth Bail, No.'ffiCrosHL, tor which he was enogi.t nml comn iiieil. a Couhterfeit Ba>k Note.?William Hsney las) night bonght a 50cent tooth-brush at lbs .tore ol SsshmI Rotton, No. 193 East Broadway, and gave in payment ?14 lunterfeit lull, purporting to be of the 'Onden Bank of Pro denee. R. L, -living he lind no Other mono . He was arrest? ed rirttl committed, and n good f 1 bill found in hi. poekct. Stolen Propert? Regained.?In ihe posses' ?ion of Daniel Roach, aller his n-re?t. the lid'owiug stolen property wai found, lor which owners are wanted, rig : arokl lever watch nnd chain, a lietny gold fish chain nnd v;n| cet*. ral gold run;., some of which are marked M. M. W. L. VV. L A| ply to <'llit*r Buker, at the Lower Police. CORONER'S OFFICE. Si icide.?The Coroner held an inquest to-day si the late residence of the deceased, No, 42 Vvooater ?treef. co the body of Henry A. Davis, ng.-i ?>j years nml K) mot,tie. ? naUvsol England. The deceased wa?ailhct.d w th psipto twnoi Phe heart and determinati.( blood to tlie head, sn net roui mu excitable and depressed in spin*.. Son:.- two months ago be gave himself two stal? with intent to take h > ownlile. He hud recently appeared to I?; partially m?r>, and this momir^, about 6 o'clock, rose from bit Uv| sndeir. in. throat with a razor, dividing iliertir te,| artery, and MM hied u> death. His wife was awakened hy the none of the ran tiuigoi tbe blood, and, spring ing up, mw bimon hiskieer, holding on to the w in ow, bleeding copiously from hu thrml. rind abloody razor by his ?nie. He rhed in a few .ec.nd.. V erdict?Snicitffr while laboring under a Mate of mental aliens turn. Intemperance.?The Coroner held nn irquesi at No. 8 Ludlow ?treet on the ImmIv ?r Mr.. Maria Vich?lls. s nmrneil woman of very mrempernti hnhit.. whodied suddeoly this morning from the effects of drinking. Verdict accuw mgly. Firk at Elizadbthtown.?We learn that a lire broke out m the South-Westerly part of Eli zabethtown, on Saturday afternwn, between 6 and 7 o'clock, which resulted in the destruction of two dwelling-houses and some out building-*? the property of Mrs. Watkina and Wm. Gthlwns, Esq. Two individnals were seriously injured at iHefire. _ [Newark Adv. Rev. .Mr. Piekpont.?The bill ofdiscavery in'ti luted by ihe proprietors of the Hol I is street Church against Rev. Air. Pierpont, in relation to the nuihor ship of ihe liiuiou.s prize poem, VVus denied by ibe supreme Court on Saturday. [Boston Mail. Smuggling.-?In the U. 8. I)i<iri< t Court, on Saturday, James Elder, mute of hri;; Emerald, convicted ot smuggling a quantity ofsugar, and wai sentenced to thirty tlav^- tmprisonmerii u. the Coun? ty Jml, nnd a fine of$20. [Boston Mere. Jour. ryMPT srS. .ci.k.-a youne Kentuckianat? tempted to eomn.u suicide at tbe Fremont House, Bostop, on Saturday last by inflictine one or more stabs m the region of ihe heari with a small bowk knife. He was not expected to live. .S** The Hon. Lemuel Williams has received in.-i commuaion, been qualifled^iHientered upon bit I ?lutie? Uri Collector ol this j.-.n this morning. flloston Tran?cripr of Monday. ItarislilU-H Indelible Ink_Tbe >.. i^u^f?^ i;...i br their nd.orf _ . .,1 i i * MSWB it. as may be seen -sfiStM?^ Ii - called BarnhilP, Fndebble ak after th. . ., 1 of one our tun,, who invented ?. Mamltacn.rld ^d l;.,"^ POJ rS, U\N Ac H \ki;i>. v., n ii vi holesale Hr igguts, Kroni the Cnit?i '.V?** ?"-et. Ph MarketVlreet above!sil? , &? Harr.., Nn ?3? irtiel.the^r I,-" ..i1 ;,' '""?*'?,?re'?'..l haveforile anas \ truly inde.il.le. It will, bi iti'uln"1'?;. ' ' ' " use.iHinend n?.ii'i . '""??'> H,,d ihesimplieityol as mark u *. Zl , '* !'' "'"*? plain. ""?"'?'?pa.el and uould like that mark neat and h?^vVrrV:Mh^"-">. M?chl6th I...I. .-..01 eie*,iUnv ,1; .,'"*' V'"' *"!"* BsmhiiP. Indelible - r.rien o,co,,",y r;; ";r",l,>vm -rMh,,,? isirauon It i .r. runsireel) and re.juires no prenuu.pre ?raikit? tebjr M*"n L.?u 4-Hh-ls, .W i'.th lirate.l i iW i.i i f* J'"' ? supply of pared u. w ,, ",r""f "*'?s " thoroughly am pre c"v,l ?.t^'t "-''I'"?' If iioisuyniortua.tr onoie ,? me em ru Mates ui ol the impStrted vCrl^jftf^'I. Aeioe. DyeStuffs. \tH?, term, h?' <V? 4u" wmch w!> *e sol..the most WsoaahM ternu.by ALEXANDER HARPER. '?he .oh... k l '"''evaje llriiggL-: Market -t. at, ..e Ota. Iir-nvo i r ''?? "lg taken ihe Agency of thts uKlrcrle leil >,i,d ,,.tr e,cW/cn.-, Indelible Ink. will alw.'i) s keep 6 supply .,? hi,,.., ,? WwcaWSTER's. 109 J..h, ?tovt tip ?? 1, V., ''Vri'*"*''? *rfwleol.m Vicinal Herb or Botanic Med? cineiinn lie i.r.?-ure.i at the lowest prices,