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Vol V Luteal Aitvlcr* , HCCtlVKD AT THC KKW VOK X M R?[.0 OFFItK. Ailweip, "Aug I LieDon. July 31 Aiv-I'.'oam, Joly ?3 Maiaeill ;?, A"n ' A?i ' aitd, Aue I Malaga, JuU i? B jm'jrt) , Junw i'2 .Madeira, July 'J B ?' *> in, Ma> 5 Monte \ iil?o, Juue t Bremen, July 44 Mat tn/ i", A#H20 Bordeaux, Jul) i: Pince, P. B. Aug 13 JBc<uot Ayrca, May IV Pernainbuco, Aug 12 I'%<ii7., Aug 7 Purl a'i Prince, Aug Id Caicilta, Mayil Kni'.t-ruuin, . , ? ' Olbr ittjr, July Si iWoJaueiro, J' I) ST Ootteabuig, Ana 21 Si. Tli nii.tj, Aug 18 Hitnb^r,;, July 27 St. Jag'). Aug 19 H.traua, Aug 25 St. Joint*, P. B- Aug 19 "Halifax. Srpt 2 St. Croix, Aug 15 Kiugn'.ou, Aug li TurmUUiil Allots , Le^oru, July US Trinidad.''. Aug IS L^ura, July 2< Valparaiso, May HI j Liberia. May 23 *jtT?T PASsiAUE KOH LIVKKPUOL The pMkiii wV?V*hip ltOCHESTEK. Captain VV oouliouae. i tie of JwtowLmott comfortable atid aupenor packet* in port, for t: e :?'Cumtnoaatiim of 2d rabiu and steeraga |in?irnger?, will po?it;vely (ail iu a few da)*. Tlioae aV.iu! i mh^rkiug will td*.>? call aud examine the above aiiip'* ateer.i^e before etiga gin? eUewhere, wbisli cannot lie aurpHMed. The cabin will be lotuid wlut is expected fion a first claa* ' packet sliip, all of wlncti will be taken at low rate* by avplyiu_r to llie captain on board, or to HKKDMAN Si KKENAN, fit South rt. otiedoor etui of Wall tt. up etair*. 'tr^Drift' for the accommodation .if tbose embarking cau b" 'ituiurd on t!ie Provincial Bank of Itelaud and it* branches, w ?r o.i (lie National an J ua branched, payaole at aifcht, for large or air til amount*,by applying a* alx ve. all JSajtYC" FOR LIVEKPOOL?P?ck?t of the I3'li SeiitemhTTJr^ ''er?Tb*, fir?tcU** fiat aaiiiitg pick# t ali.p STK WBb1 ntn TT Hi J ,T. I, l api 11:1 1 iiMllipami, mil uu her re^Marday, a* above. Hki.i? very superior accommodat >u? foi cabin anditMraft* puMnpn, i r? >im Intending lo mbu k ihould embrace so \ery fititriblc an opportunity by ;?l l>4v >''n oj board, Tout ot Maiden lan*.,or to ULOVER Sc McAll KKAY, 100 Pine ?? col urrnf South. KOR LIVERPOOL.?NewLluc.?Regular facket Igrw^WnfM h September.?Theelfyuit putket anip SHEKI? ?M4l'AN.Caft.A. K. Drweyjtfr.ol ttKHl tona, will oil w iiwif. -er r< pillar >1m>. For frrizit or parage, having 3 xn'r.od vioim unequalled for ?plen?lor or cjintort, apply lire.u board, at Jrieaiu wha'f.I'-iot o| Will street, or to E. K. COLLINS it CO.,56 South it. Piic? of Damage with *vi:?Vc. Tre packet > ip uA KUIC K. L a u. A Pa'm^r.lWO ton*, viU < :ocfed the Sheridan, and a ?il 1">Ji October, l.er regular <?y. rfcf LIVkhpool AXJ'LONDO.N PACRET~0P l< IC E.?Paa*ag* c-an t?* ?ecuT-ed either to or from the JHwSf above perta, per firat claaa packet thipa, (ailing weekly; i:i I draft* can be had, payable in ail part* of Oreat Britain ?a I I rr land, by application to HIUMAN Ik KKENAN, l>? ? South Itreet. I passage TO and F"ROM~GREaT BBf irJSffVTAIlV AND IRELAND, tit LONDON AND LI^KhBEbVICKPOOL?^The aubacriSer* hare a regular auc Ce-i in ol (irat cla?J Sihipa ?ailia% t ) and from the aboi e ports t veekly. '[he price of paesage at the loweit rate. tho?r ?endi for their fnenda residing in the old country, can have them ought out oti very moderate terir* by tnii line, amldralta ?*a to accommodate the pa aenien. payable throughout the Otiite.l Kingdom. For further particular*, apply, if by letter, post ii.i'.d, lo ' ,i HERDMAN V KEEN AN, ?l South ?t. ""jMy KOlt LONDON-i'acket i.l tue-Wtn Sepiemoer.? aNvyTlit ti1 hi cl??? fut aai tn^ packet aliip OLADI atuk T|1)i irh?' n liruton. vill tail ai above. her regular day. Hivuu ?er) au, erior aciouinmda: ions lor cabin and ali.eiage ' po??ei s*rra? p-raoiu intending to embark, fhould make iminedia'ru t Ilea, ion on b?ard, loot of Mai Jen lane,or lo OLOVER at MeMURHAY. itfo Pine it. tin corner of Sooth. - ~ r. . V r>/\ V iv _ ~ .... ..-A ...A I' tjn ULf.^UX/.* III*" I tuj/jrvnu ' "IT' 1 WTtV f?*'eneJ hnglitli bng THKRONjCaplain Juo Pcoit, lMWiti>bu "*'l f"r abo>ep?rl iu a lew wrtV*. Kor b?I^uTTTiir.i^lit or puaage, hat mg fiae accommodation*, aplH> PETER REIER8EN kCO. Si Wall atreet Order bot a'id letter bot at I1i? office, FOR HULL?Kull freight will to?VtiWrV<^L.itrl about Ihr jize ol S?.0 or 300 toil* A.iply to >3 P. REIERgLN fc eg U Wall at TaT l'V< KETYkOR H VVK .,nd Line)?The fcjMftViliip CII\RLR3 CARROLL, Wm. Lee, maater, *>! ouihe tut Octoner. ? BOV I) k HIN("KEN. 9 Tontine building. UJC- KOR H \VKi,? I'bt ni|wrior Kreucli snip Go4' wJW'y.TAVE t.l)i)UARl) Captain NigreC Karfreijli or J^|tiiJ?aj'.ttiiage, apply to the Captain on board, at Ueclui-it. .1, or to BOVD k H1XCKEN. ? Tontine Bnitding, KOR HAMBL'Rli?l'o aail the l?ih Stpti-mlier.? Tlie linr f?at muling *u,?u?red and cupiier laatenrd JbUhm'1 irk KRANKLIN, C aetata fleeboom, will be deup >*ch 1 aa aoo?e. Kor balance ot frei/htor p*?*age. apply to ill I). H. BCHMluT'.H .v)V Jt CO. aJ Wall at. i>j- KOR ANTWERP?Tiie g>oJ coppered and ropWNfYVper feateiied ahip OEDRtiEB, Colter, inader, ha* Jjfili^iislirrr fourlhl of |i*r ?'?rj.> engaged, and will hava deap ?.ch. Kor Oal ance of freight >1 i>a**.i2e. apply to al-t D. H. BCHMIJTS !>l)IVhi;0, sjWall at. KOR ANIWKRP-Tne new copper tautened S?. iMfy Sit* N YAIRD, Matt*on.ina?ler, ha* tha majorpart jpMMfeof her cargo engaged and will hive quick denpatch. Fjr <>! uice ol freight or uu? iv ?>piy to wi; D. H. Bf.RM IL>T 4 BON It CO.W Wall ?t k'OR ANTWERP?Tie auperior Al coppered l|l|y -v,l NMrMtlfi * ?.. AllAWBA, Smith, maajKSlifaiter.will nave quick deapale* lor the aoove i>ort, and a*r ye'. t.<kea.im> heavy freight. Kor winch or paaaage, apVi\ D. H. B'"IIMI DT'.t SON It '"O m Wall ?t. "l*g- FOR ELBINORK. A.NU STOCKHOLM.-The UTf(llim la t aailiM* c M'fed ? id cooper laatened HutjSjj?.H?h brig HELENA M ARO VH r.THN. Aug latu* Nirnai. uiasler, will aail for Ihealxne p irtn.in a few wreki. Pjr [i u<?a??, havn.K fuuerior ai'C?iuiiHMlati<>;.a. apul> to P REllRSEN *CO,(,? Wallalrert. ! r , .? <1 l>.r I Hit*. HI KOR STOCKHOLM?A fia? fast aatling Vmil J*Wc>w?ill b* ileipttclicd fir Uie a'?n? purl, |?ru?ij?il li,? fiUtiflKLb'lk of *?? t* oftrrr.l. Apply to >r D. H. SCIIMIUT'S SON fclO SiWi'lft. KO't STOCKHOLM?Kl 14 freuht Mill b? given kRMtV to a ofabout too tHid. \pplr to JKm&L ? ? I'KTEK RhtKUHKN v CO M W?ll ft. Iff- KOIl A VtH l'KK I) A N1 Tha I'm* ni"? Al l?ip *W2v^WTJKNJ AMIiN Ai'.MXR. 3 I irver, naltr, i< loadjUpMfc^aii't; for lh? abo?* p >rt, mi l cm Ulir llir IiiiIIi of wo F ? . I >1 t?n. K >r who It. or m<iWi 'I'ply >? ,t D. H. HCII.MIDT'M HON >'(). 13 Wall ft. ~*IH?- K,,R AMSTKHl) AM?Tha riprriar bri* CARO wyty LlNIC MARY. Capt n i < > *, li;<* t'ir?e i'ourtha of imtimm'irrcAr*nami willful in all tlna *.*<jek. Kur f^tTror ? <**?apply 'o a'4 BOYD k HI S(~KKN. 1 Tonti'i* Building. I hull AMdTfcKIJAM ? 11,? lift** aat f ill "* cop- I ifflMfy |i'ml iikI (f^r fjflfViJ otrk s">1I I.I E, Anrhrrf- n. fml II In hu thr m ijor p?rt of li-r (I ??o riua?e<l. ami Vill(iiif quick drapatcli. For bat'mcf ol i'mght or p*ff?n?, *?'? ? ?. H irilMIDT'S *ON* ' O. U Wall atrrvt. *. ?ffr I'Oll ROTTERD A -l-r?i' Iml't of44C brl*. can jMrjVh? takea ia * tirfl rat* vtaffl. for iIi>4Imi? |?trt. Ap* p, (.v.R t>|_. (,^v s , , ? ,, u.(1| ,, xJU* I )|t KO'I' 1'Kltii X I Vi ? a??l Vrn; prr laaltanl fhip l!OU 110 k . Arnold, matter. ih??r?atrr put >f li?r ritjto eigaird, and "ill * MtniK <i0j;<atch. *'oi balaucf ..f lre<tM ?r pwaaga.a- p?r ",U P. H. SCHMIDT*.* SON k CO CTWal'-at. " KOJl m'KBK.' ? i"!.- >r !" ?. saili: f Knf|Mffyii?:i l.amur TaV. Caiitam Lonjwrll, cop|? rnl and JipBAbv -PIT lfcft?.?*d. r.Hf III# *r- ter p-?rt of hrr cargo eng ??T and >"H fail in all n-*t nrrU Knr bwl ?po? of Krcicht o* i>aMao?,ha?jnf ??par??? "?rr?>nmi"datiOtia. ipp'T to PKT F.H HKIK.IISK.N Si ft., *.i Wall ftrr??. fJJ-L'Mrr Uof at the oCm->-. h!7 K'lRST. THOMAS AN0*T. CMIZ-IV ?'iL?rior Im( fti'inif copi-'-reil mil ropp?r faft'suvii yHKil' if ' \THARlNr., Xorw-'-fi, ma.trr haa thr f-'*n r part ofh?r cario ai>( *- !. ?n4 will b*f? ifiiclt d?M>atrh f hiJ.mrt . f frri^lit or p??f*ar, liatitif fiuirrior atcomtnod .'( ? ?. apply to r*TF.R RKIK:;.?KN x CO. Ship kera. t f\ (9 Wall tlrtil. Of >r aad Irttar boa al th* oT. r. rA**A<IK K'?K NM ?"LK\N*. MOBILK. a*4A,' HARI.K'?TON A >1) ft \ VAM NAH?Thf ib "* 'WMWw-crit>vri? ?a- >11 h?v<> n r^itwl ar ?ire*Mii? ol fir?t clatf \ ?fttl nrffan itriif r?Ti'\rin- , I'wiifiupni irny i ') tba: ?nrrjr Hlmiinn a ill !?? fit** t.? promote l'-*?r mm f>'i inrii 't1 ?oyaa?. Tit- ntbrr <>i ili? abort i? v? ill b* altiie l<iweal r*te?. J' >r 'iitltar j -articular*, ap^^ iMAN It Kr KNAN Uww v."*11. xjif~ KOH NCW OHLKAN'-llj ?minor Al lul wrl^tiili" ? i'?'!i?i tliip MA'i \R\, I >!? , maatrr. ,11 R4,? imm?<lir)l* ?! >p?trh r??r lh?. abo?r port, r ?.ino.lirt?ie fcr eeWe wl ?'i ?r*r( rMNMtn. i* not ( ? >*) rxrkrtiVP'iH, ami trmu * ill be mmlfrilf ? 1 fi.H ,i imrnrul ?r<, I * Mil RDM A M * KEF. MAN, ?i Houth ?t. ? up atair*. Vl)H NKW OltLK ANA?Kirat Pi?-ket? Will Wpj'ail |?t . the Sr.it'tnlwr ?* -Tlif jm i i;- ' *.>! cla>n faal ailim: paekrt ? ??? <"0'l TON PLAN* T\ K. I ?i>? Uo-.iii-.mil rail a? abota. She e.n tat accomi ><iit? a '< w more a?liin. ami p:i?ariiKrr?, which will Ik- f?V?n on th? mat rr t-rm?, if appiir lion I* n il* ??? l??aril al Burli ,* S'ik.- > 'o ! (lLOVKR fc MrMURRAY, I* m >>. ftinwr >?alM. \lfAM ! want. - for a I'm of v??r? on impior. ?? ?4 rrMratal* in tka I iwr, i-ir' of tl>* i?r. worth H??uMe | 4 - \rr" art A'Hraw bn? l. t.p,. f. ?t...i1W. ?*lw* ?.??: KOFI MOBII.K?Wjri ih.?Th? Ant dan* I *,Tf?Vf? I rliic Tl SKIN A. < *j>f. v. W. ? *i" f'"" ' ..re i ort, without ilrUricry ?np?rior ao-in nothr oi t,?r r*hn.?>-ron<l rabtn a .'I al?< rag pi??*n*rr?, p?rn i a int?n >it,v j? M>tb?rk, ?hr>nld ?m rf ao *rrj farnrjble an o| |H>rtur.tyjby niikini; imtnolialr w irtii inon no?r4. w??t Wtr-W."?Ht.? allp.or Ifi | OLOVMl Si M-VI KR A Y, loo fit-itrrrl. tonirr of South. I'AitsAdK Tu I HK NORTH or BUNOrE? ' .>r lo tb' No-1. < I "roye, apt.lv tn JBJHU. rr.rt r ir iMix s fc < o fthfjfroaon. i' i M wilTitr**!. [ O R NI (VEW YOHy v nv * ? V V Jk. . ?J i. * iihlt M)R > V V A N.N A11?Tii superior fist sailing WBjWpticI.et brig CLINTON m-tster, ill have n*MNMKai'irdiate despatch fur (he above pert?haa superior accommodations far a lew cabin and steerage passe?;;crs. t or further particulars, anph t? ilDRDMAN St K.EENAN, 61 South street u i stairs,"* I'ASsiAti-; TO ttiK VV K >'1' I.NU1K S??For puint to the West Indus, auoly to "^TT PETER REIERSilH i. CO Ship Brokers. _a24 6> Wall street. Iit,^ WANTED FOR CHARTER ? Tw? VMMII 4 |Hjl^ 2300 and 3000 burets. to proceed trom eastwaid to SUbikW north *1 Europe. Three vessels ol SOU, ?ou and 1201) iales ot' cotton, to loud direct to north of Euro: ?. App'.j to jy23 D. H. SCHMIDT'S 8 ?N h CO H3 W .list. MdHfr WANTEB TO CHARTER?Two vessel* of *5o? barrels capacity, or one <>f 5U00 bbls , for a Toy Mi'e (MwJUm from hence to the Daltic. A vessel of aboot 250 tons, for a voyage to the Mediterranean. Apply to jy23 D H. SCHMIDT'S SON at ( O..H3 Wall <t. FOR S\LK?The very superior c<>pu?-rtil *nd cop( HHfV per fastened New York built ship ERIE?Burthen, OmBIm per register, 451 ton*. Apply to jy?? BOYD St HIN'JKEN. 9 Tontine Build.ng "jwSt- WANTED FOR QUEBEC?About8U0bdFmure w Jfj^freittht co be takeu in a first class English Vessel, AHiltnat lo? tales. Apply to alb PET.".R RE1KRSKN.6. Wall mreet. ^Avtr~ WANTED?A Vessel about 2500 urls. burt'neu, for JjFaV?'- Petersburg J&SflBb A Vessel from 3 to 3030 brls. burthen, fur the Nerth of Europe. A Vessel about SOCO hi Is. burthen, for Bristol. Two Vessels from 2300 to 3000 brls. burthen, for the South of Europe. Apply to PETER REIEMSEN St CO. Ship Brokers, a24 t>5 Wall st. MAIL LIME. NEW ROUTE TO BOSTON, VIA NORWICH AND WORCESTER RAILRWA1) From East River Steamboat Place,foot ?f Beekmaustreet. Fare through to Boston, (i i boat and train,). *> 00 uer.K aim lorw tin car.. ......... j>j jv " " Wurc^itti ..,$400 " ' " Provideuce, rail roadaud stage. .$4 00 The Steamboat BKLLE,Capt.Coil, will .ern e every >luuilav < W?<ln?sdny, and S'riHav tfieriioou Ht 3 o'clock. The Steamboat CHARTER OAK, Captain Koatli, will leave every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clork Pasaengers will leave on the arrival of the above boat* at Norwich every morning in the splendid Cart of the Norwich aud Worcester Rail tloud Company, sud proceed immediately to Boston. without rhango of Car* or uaggage. Freight taken uatil 4 o'clock. N. B. Providence p?sseugern will take the Rail Road Car* from Norwich to Kilhngly?thence to Providence. K*re throug, $4. Poriurther information, inquire "f m? 6u>* E. A. k O W. CORLIEfl.283Pearl street NEW JERSEY KAILROHAMD TRANSPORTAATION COMPANY. NEW YORK AND NEWARK. Fare reduced to "2.5 cents. Ifrkn (oot of Courtlan'Jt street. Leave New York. Lear* Newark. At 8 A. M. At 1 F. M. At A. M. At 3} P. M 94 do 4 do S do S do 11 do d-? 10} d 7 do 7i do l| do 10 do ON SUNOAYS. At ? A. M. and 4? P M. At I P M.and 10 P. NEW YORK, ELIZABETHTOWN, RAH WAY, ANE NEW BRUNSWICK. Fare reduced. ITrotn foot of Liberty street, daily. Leave New York. Leave New Brunswick. At ? A. M. At TJ A. M. ??P. M. 19 M. S0MERV1LLF. atafea connect with theae line* each wayFare bet wet u New York and SouierviMa, 50 cent*. do do do New Bruiuwick, SO cent*. Rahway, J7j cent*.?Eli7.abe?htown, US cent*. The Philadelphia >nail line pa*?e* through New Briniwick for New York vary evening at ? j'clock. On Sunday* th? 7J A. SI. tr.p from New Bruoa-vick ia omitted tlllui' " Lfl-i _* NEWARK AND NEW YORK. Thi fl. , rii|j*T'?new steamer PASSAIC, f. W. MarSmJELiio, laaater, having beeu handsomely fitted up for the aeai.tn, will ou aud after Monday, September 7tS leave a* follow*:? Cr.srn XViiAir, Nkwapk. F*ot or BaacLav it.,N. Y. 71 'clock,A M. 10 o'clock, A. M. r, o'clock, P. M. 4 o'clock,P. M. FARE lti CENTS. Tha (learner PASSAIC if remarkable forapeel, performing tUediaiauce in au hour and a hall to an hour and three guar tara each trip. Ladiet will find thi* route very plmaant and particularly adv intageou*. a* the tuonvenieucr of chanting from car to ferryboat with bailee ia avoided. ThePaaaaic haa line cabin* MjMMiated t J tneir M^iMnM by a chambermaid, aad furuiahrd with bertha and every convenience :tff~ (}ih dii and freight taken on raaaonable term*, bwt'only a* the riak of the owner. *7 Sin ruK HAVKKHTHAW AND NEW-YORK. jMtn jkM The new and aplandid ateamboat WAR -i> RES'. Caot.J. Mauaell, will commence her i i regular trip* for the remainder of theaeaiou mii Mondav the tilth August, touching at Kne leker'* Slaugh t*r'?. Nyack, Tappcn, aud Amua atreet, New York, a* folIowa:? L??ve Haveritraw. Leave New York, foot Yeley at. Monday, It A. M. Tueaiay, It M. W?di?eadajr II A Si. Thursday, H M. Friday, II A M. Saturday, 11 M. Fare, 37 1-2 ccnta each way All freight,baggage,lie.,at the ri*k <>f iU reapective owneri. al? Im .MM FOR SHREWSBURY. LONtT BRANCH, * ? t*1 (M'K.AV Hntr.Hh. au.l RIIUH.IN I.\N1) W| , w 'rT | NG Tieiliimliotl 4rilKIS,Capt. Allaire, will le?v?Nrw York, rroafotlorMarhd ilrtft, ??fry Monday inarmng, at lire o'tkck On Tneaday, Wed:ic?day. Thureday, Friday and Sunday, at s o'clock, a. m. Saturday_at I o'clcok.p. m. Leave Ked B ink e?erv MonJay morning at o'clock. Oa Tueaday, Wedneadav, 1 huraday.and Friday, atl o'rl.?? k, p.m. On Satnrdat a at hair ;>%at < o'clock, ami Sundaya at I o'clock. p.m. Th? boat willrun ?aah >ve until further notice,il deemed |H i -lit. Mtagra will hein rea'litieaa to convey paaaencera to any ptrt of , . ,111 Hi.' .t-n , ,1 il,c li .?l at Red Bunk in >.? JCX* STATKN IHLANI) KKRKT.-On ^^TnW*|-?tJ'*?iid afta'T'leadae , Hepte ober let,the Hoata MadE-will in tke the following tripe Hntil I'urt ii r notice Leave Htnteti laland. Leave Whitehall. At fla'clock.A M. At 9 o'clock, A. M. It III I o'clock, P. M. a a'oiock, P. M. ?') *1 1 i| Fare 12 1-2 cent*. All good* elupped or p?' on hoord afthMlkoill niuat be particular! v m ?rked. and at the riak of the ownere. al Fc>irAl.BANT-? 'AK?: li .oOcr.i), PAb>?A(?K OWE 001LAH. mm jgft The new and B|dend>d elea-rer KI'KRK K, ^.__SM-'?-jewill leave the foot of RoI>iii?"ti alr?et. neat S^aeLjE-above Barrlay atreet, THIS AFTKKNOON. at i o'cl- ck. The Kurcka ia an entirely i.ew rraa>-l, bui't rapr?eely for th? Albanv rmiti; haa aulmilid acrnrnmodationa for 4 an paeeengrta. and ia believed to he the oat heaiitilully tiniaSed and fimnah'-d Boat on the If ii t?on. Tho public are r*?pecifully re<jueatrd to inepect her and patronire her. aaO Tnk Th FOR Tot'UHI KKFIIE. tvery day, (Hundajra aicepted^laodtiig at Caldwell'*, Weg Point, Cold Spring, Fiihkill Landing, New Hamburgh,and Milton. ^Mkft Jgm The new and apl'ndid ateamh-at OH KOLA, ij! Venline Trtiaedell, will leave the foot nf . ft. iT .Chainbtra afreet, (very afternoon, tftuudaya ?fr?( te al 4 o'clock commencing Tu?a<!ay, ilal March,I io. Returning?will leave Puuglikeepeia every rooming at T o'elock. #'orpaaaa|ta apt ly ta (tie Captain aa hoard, or to M. M k I). IC Martin. 114 Weal atrret. N B. Allgooda,freight, bank billa,epecie. or other property taken on baard thia hoat, muatka at the nek of ti.e owner thereof. jyjtocii* Mroa 8ALErTO LET, OR KX?:HANOL?Imiremediate poaareaion fiirn ?The e:*?aal new tliree atury briik Hona), witS nuiahrd allira, a haarment and raui<* tar. No w Kourtee'jthatreet,haa mahogany doora with I plated turniture in the flM at ?J, marble rnanteia, gratet, piaii r.?, hr. Thia houae ia ?aeon4 from Broadway, or the live new . - - " - .IJ. 1 <1.. fifth an.I aitlh A?rn<ie?. It would be II *1 miderate prire. ! aid' nearly the w'ioU purchase rioti?jf trimin on bond Htid W 'rigaec; of it will be 'V ! mgedfor i rnpertr ill Hi* lower jm'I of lh? filv. AmiIi' Hi |i H'-ir?tr*?t,ofllr.f No I. ARM WANTV.D?Within a few milei nf N>? Vorli,i)n? bounded on the Eait <? Morth Rii?r, |inffrr?l. of otl'-r Iteal ?il|he (Mtn in eichaare. A|idy a? abore. hIIIW* Att< FOB *ALF. OK HX? HAN'?fc-For a hichly im Jj proved Virrn.neir Nru York (lie rlega'it tluee ?li>rjr JCkIJLHmm 4 * H?ii??r>n atrpfi, hn-lt wi'Ji t?f, wnd re[il(t< ?llh efrrv pnntmifnf?. 4 "ply to K K. COLLINS h l V). 413 Hnunifwi ?tr?et. or I* M W will ?t. MOTH K?All Ariifta. Arlo>?( MuiirltM, (to. entu Tt.d with rr eniat?-d l >r tlie lit. OMrlw Thotrr, VPn ?>rlc*nu, are lierrbr nolifi *d that they are > t>e in thai city, ?n ?r before the IPth ilav ofO>:lober w*?t; and *11 innmrl'l nr /'ignl In the New Theatre at M< bile, art no tilted to be ?M to* irjioi on or before the firat day nf .Nnn-.i y ne*l. A'lautiitfe menta with th"*e Ihea r*? m >de in thinrily by H R. OLOVKP.IM Pine at. < <>. ner of !<ou?h, M'w Agm> f.f JA"KH H i M.liwvi.i snr|,IM QTfi*N<?KR* i.uok AT fMIH?c?o??? '?i'ihV?Vi. iTl k * IIOOTH an>l SIKIM mf ehrap.?A 'arge m?nrtnni I <1 Fall and Winter D<tol? and HIio??, man* of the bent malrrUla, In the moil anptorrd manner, jn?t received from <ny ma-tnfartory. for ??le at p>i'e? lower tlmn r-iii be Ipnrrh tard i? lino rotmtrjr; one tri <1 ? ill eon* Incr the m?'?t nVr;>liraI tlifll the** !\re |M ebeni<??t Store* in the rc-mitef. II. NEWRLI.'S Htnrm N<hi. '44 l<i* and l<? C?,a?ban? M.wt No. 144' Boo'# onljr arr kepi ? at IBS and t?S ar< B.wifn ami 8hr>^f.of^T*rydp*rr?i)?in?. Boo'" and Shora b> th* p?! Wage, p?r dor.rn, for tale i? ahur* ?? Sw* niKK BB1CK-MW na board l?>?- ihip Ti?*r, from OtMfVW i JnT ^ f r.RVBf: k BnOOK??,?l Libertyit I t TVTf1 O" ] ?1 V3T JO _ DAY MORNING, SEPTE I Kroni our .Second Kililiou or (tiiHinlay j DIR. BENMllTT'S LETTEHs. No. VII. Boston, 11th I8-M). The (ireut Convention in Uoston?the lleaul '.Jut (lathering in the Common?theSplendid Procession to Hunker's Hill?the Proceedings there?the Heavy Shower of l^ocofoco Ruin?Dispersion of the Crowd. Boston in again quiet. The hurra, the song, the tumult, the hubbub, are all hushed The Grand Hunker Hill Convention is numbered with past event*. Let nie, before I forget them, describe what I recollect of the strange and exciting doings of yesterday. The most splendid sight which I have yet seen, in the way of a civic display, was presented by the Boston Common yesterday, from 8 to 11 o clock. 1 have seen the immense crowds in Hyde Park, during the Coronation of Victoria?1 have *?en the gay throngs of Paris during the fete of the trois jours, but Boston Common had a beauty, a pictureiijueness, an almost poetic aspect, which nothing else could parallel. The various delegations of the different States marched from their different places of rendezvous in the cit}-, and concentrated their forces ou the upper end of the Common, to the north of the small lake in its ces.tre. New York was tolerably well re- I , presented? but Rhode Island and Connecticut sent forth large number!*. Along the Mall, opposite'Fremont street, under the wide spreading trees, the various myriads, with orery species of banner flying, assembled from Massachusetts, and all her towns. Along the streets, surrounding the Common on every side, every window, balcony, portico, or piazza, was full of beaaty, looking at and admiring the gorgeous sights. The noble State House, looking over all, was swarming with beautiful women, from the lowest terrace up to the cupola. The windows, in every direction, seemed to be literally festooned with beauty and brilliancy. It was a very amusing and interesting sight to see the various delegation marching to their various points of concentration previous to the procetsion All business, throughout the various streets seemed to be suspended for the moment?and every person, small and great, male aad female, seemed to be hurrying to the Common. The number of flags, devices and banners, streaming in the wind, gave a most picturesque air to the wnole. All these were of course, conceived in a party sense, and gave a simlar character to the whole array. About eleven o'clock the procession began to move. It wa-i preceded by a splendid cavalcade of horncnien, the wen very respectable looking, and I the horse* all in fine condition. I counted the num- ^ ber. and as near u? I could tell,there must have been 2 3(H) fat, slick, good lor/king hor?c* in the procession The horses were followed bj the revolutionary worthies in carriage*, including the PresiJent of the day, Daniel Webster, with the invited guests. Then followed tbe various states in their order, the ' whole being closed with the vast roultitules front 1 the towns of Massachusetts. About eleven o'clock the head of the procession, J consii-tingjof the cavalcade, moved from the western gate of the Common, and at a quarter to one o'clock, ^ it just reached tbe entrance of Monument Square on Breed's Hill, Charlestown. It paired through the principal streets of the city, taking in Fanueil ' Hall,and the Ladies Fair in their way. 'Hie streets ' through which they passed, were some of them most ' gorgeously ornamented, and hung with ila^s, garlands, streamers, and other display*. They passed over Warren Bridge in fine order, and took a winding route through Charlestown, before ascending ' the hill to the moniment. i Exactly at fifteen minutes before one o'clock, the ( first horseman reached the gate, lead ng up to the | uncompleted monument. This splendid work thst is to be, i* erected on Breed's Hill, on the very ' Npot where the American army formed and attacked the British on the 17th of Jane, 177.V The place.- j i r a v?f ftliAurn \vKi?ri* \V irr#n nn<l nlK?r njfrinta fell in the arius of victory. Bunker's Hill, which) ' gives name to the battle, if a higher eminence, but | a little further to the cast and north, sloping down ^ from Breed's Hill, the ground gradually decline* into a kind of a vale towardi the mystic river, which full into Boston Kay. Here the British landed from their boaU, marched up the face of the hill, and made the attack, in which they utlVred 10 much. The monument lift its bead from the centre of ihe hill, in a square of fifteen acres, the old battle groir.d. It is built of Quincy granite, in l!ie form of a colossal obelisk, rising from the foundation fret The height a* yet it only feet. Around the obelisk, on the grass, are laying numerous vast blocks of granite, half hewn, which have been left thus unfinished for naat ol funds. The winding stair case that goes up to the top, is wide and roomy I but extremely dark. We paid one shilling a j.iecc to the door keeper, and mounted the gloomy passage. It is the most rootny Hair case, in any such monument that I have seen. On the top, the seal- I I folding, tackle, and other implements for carrying on the work remain as they did when the workmen , left it for want of funds. From raeh corner a strong ^ iron chain descends to the base, and is there fasten- | ed l*p this chain a -<roart little boy clambered to i ' , the top, and descended by the stairway of the in- , terior. I 4 From the top of this half finished olteliak, the 1 view in e?ery direction, i? mn?t auperb. The whole , country prewentan brilliant panorama w ith Hoatnn, ; b.iaking on her three hill* in the glowing western horizon. The atara and atripea floated from it* higheat pinnacle, and the voice of the deej: mouthed 1 ' cannon announced the approach of the multitude at ' it? jute. The New Jersey delegation wa? the ftr?t I 1 to pa?a, and enter the ;:ate, after the cavalcade and 1 the revolutionary patriot*. Among the delegation, I ' I observed Charlta King, perspiring freely under a | ' load of patriotiam, with hi? hat in his hand, and hit i ' eye* elevated toward* the oheliak. It aeemed to ' me that he looked an he did on the day after he did hatt'e 0.1 (Jcor -e Griawold, and entirelj- demolished ( him ai a moralist and financier; an that there i? nothing l?ft of him, bnt the place where lie once stood in Wall atreet. The New York delegation thenpaa?rd on. talking, Jantrhiny, looking, ga/ing, 1 and bmtlinf, a? we do thinga in Hroadway. They 1 wrre blue fcadgea round their hat?. Among them I aw the Hon. P. Hone, walking on hi? owiliga, ( like the veriest democrat ofTamrmny Mail. "There PMlin tlnae." said I "Where'' whire1" *""" ' I J atkcil n lady. I pointed him otif. <cry 1 (j"od looking man?ft gentlemanly l.^kmn man"? aid *he. I ?l?o nb?errcd rt<y trirn?l, V'm. H TownI iond. ore of the moral editor* of the K\prca?, with hi* hat off, and the dew drop* falling from hi* man?, jiiit a* hp appeared *hi<iniug round Wall *trect, five minute* before 3 o'clock, before he * j? appointed ?tate director to tha Phetiix H?ak, with E K A L J MBER 14, 1840. iberty to look into th? specie vault-,, which have 1 >een labelled since his uppointuieut, thus?" please lot to handleanyarticle here." I al#olooked narrowly for my other moral friend. Colonel Sfotie, hut I could not see him I understood that on the ivcDiiig before he had been making one of his inirmiulous speeches at the Log Cabin in Charles street, in >vUich by a new process of reasoning, aniiual magne:ic, I suppose?he proved that he was a" British Whig" every int-h of him?and that the locofocos tied to water hickory trees with barrels of beer, louring the liquid round the roots, instead of down ts legitimate road, their own thirsty throats. On the whole, tbe New York delegation presentid a very respectable appearance. But what surprised Die mo?t was the number of the delegation Yom Louisiana. The other states followed?but the most numerous wan the delegations from the towns if Massachusetts. As the procession passed belore me, I made a cal:u1ation as to tbe numbers, and comparing it with )ther calculations, I believe it is near the mark. I bund by my watch that about 200 to 250 men passed ne every minute. Deducting for stops,?carriages, ?ne and one?and the cavalcade, three or four abreast, i fair average would make 200 pass each minute for he whole time occupied by the line. Now as the nrhole time occupied in passing was one hour and hree quarters, of course the number of the whole >rocession would reach twenty thousand, and I brieve this is within a fraction of the truth. Among he party prints and politicians, there is a ridicuous tone of exatgeration as tn numbers, and some lave estimated the procession to contain from .'10,000 ;o 50 000?but such estimates are all fancy and no f.'an .1 'VI IUUI I 1 J ?L- !- I ??> i " ?? v iu> UDU31 ii is ine mo?i lumerous procession that ever wu got up in this souniry. Before the tail of the procession reached the roon- | imenl, Daniel Webster organised the vast assem>lage, and set the mass of human beings in motion. It this moment. Bunker's Hill presented a most itiblime spectacle. The whole mass of human beDgs, crowding round that glorious obelisk?the ides of the hill araund, covered with spectators in heir gayest drapery?the avenues, bridges, hills it a distance, all alive with life and nature?the rast column rising out of this mighty mass, and infurling, as it were, the brnad banner to heaven? the snn shining in his brilliancy from between a few tliin, fleecy clouds in the high western sky?the immense mass of big, black, blackguard looking clou '.s rising up from the east, with the shadowy spirits of Iftcofocoism riding them up to Bunker1* Hill, like so many representations of "Death on the Pale Horse"?and the wind beginning to speak [rem that direction, as if these spirits were saying ? We'll be d?d if we don't wet the jackets of :hem 'ere vig* on that 'ere hill, before an hour." \nil so they did?for soon after Mr. Webstar had opened the proceedings, about three o'clock, it bejan to pour down in perfect torrents?accompanied n tome parts with thunder and lightning. The iread of getting a wet jacket had a greater effect jpon the vast assemblage than if they had becn'atacked by an armv with banners. Thev ran in all lirection* for (.belter?the young, athletic fellows jciq? the mokt afraid of the elementi. The old ' neventy-iixera" laughed at ths scamper. They itood the weather without flinching. (tunning iway from Bunker'* Hill, in conacquunce of a ihower, ma* a movement unknown in military actici. The rain continued for a couple of hours?and in hat time the variou* delegation* returned to the city >erf? ctly drenched to the skia, but full of aong*, rerelry, huiraingand mirth, in apite of all. In the svening every public place wa* crowded ta tufToca:ion. Sir. Web?ter opened the meeting at Panueil Hall, and Mr. Leigh of Virginia. ?pnne there with jreat power and eloquence. Thi* morning the iveather i? again clear and beautiful?the city ttill ?aj?the Ladieo' Fair open?and the la?t meetin* Holding in Fantu'il Hall to bid farewell to the Delegate*. The next groat, roigh'y, nuniberleia Convention i? to be held in New York, on the 5th of October. Prepare for that grand ftitalt. From lln*;r.u. ?An arrival at llallimore bring* Pernambuco date* up to the 11th of \ngu*t, and Rio Janeiro to the 21th July. A letter in the Patriot, from Rio, *ay? ;?"Thi* city ha* lately been flip irfnf1 n( #*nn?id#?rjAhl#? atrifaf inn rnummA eufsion in the Chamber*, which, h?irevcr, wa? ended yrtfrrday by the Senate and Dcputie* unitvd, jiroeltiniing tin- Kmperor to b? of u^e and bm tikmg the tath. Florida.?The Indiar* are ?till piiraiiing their rareer of rapir.e and murder unchccknl Every nail come* freighted with h new horror. Lati rnoM Hrkimi'da.?Vc?terdajr we received he Royal (iarctte to the 1 ?t ia?t. No new*. For ihipping intelligence, ?ee Marine head. There i? to >e a light-home erected in Htmntda 0C^ Stkamc* Acania arrived at Halifax, fram llonton on Thnr*day the I*d in-t. anJ proceeded on ler paMagfc to Liverpool the ?ame day, with eighty. Ill paoenger*. Yacht <)* *a-hv-c, or, rather, the "8tag,'*ail!<1 from Newport on the 11th in*t. for New Hedford. Pre am Snir l'itnnt\T, hence for Liverpool, iva? iien on the Itli in?t at 2 P. >1 . in !at II 12, Ion. 57 :it?. Maine Kl?i tio.i.?The election take* place in ;hi? State to-day. Benide* Sute officer* and memjer* of the Legislature, eight member* of Congre** ?re be cUoncn Tlie contett will br ?evere one. ?nd Ihf rcnult ia considered ?om; what doubtful. Cio* rernor Fairfield's mij<?ritr li't T?ar was I,!**!, and wa presume he n ill be re di eted. T'ur Wbigi, bovcrir, prtfM) U rnltrliiii imN hop** of defeating him. Rvrnrn M?i?t ? Bun fillfor fifty ?nccr?.ive day* in A palachicoia, pre*ion* to the *2!?ih of Anoint. (ICJ- General Jackion ha* another violent letter. He i? jetting into a pasainn. He ha? a ri?ht to do thia, no doubt, but it is -rarer ;, demit:- to i-rt furious on paper Hap Ta?t*.?Th?* Ormtcratic papers arc bc-litllcinf the Hunker Hill Co-iroitirn tine of the editor* <i the Philadelphia Courier has Iwen nominated lor (V i.mm. Ho makes rather a |KM>r fiat of editing a pa; rr, but he may be tit for Con?r*M. Tlie ff ll tutrtil/t ('sit li (till continued in the Philadelphia Court ofSeaiiotM. yy~ Pirate* are said to hare made their appearance on the coast of 1?OriJa D. Mo. 407 Pa*i Theatre ?On Saturday night one of th* most diminutive of audiences had the gratilicatioa of seems three piece* well played a' thi- establishment ; in addition to which, a lady?who, if ?he had appeared before la bellt Klssler, would liavemid# a mentation?danced the Cracovienne iu the style of Madame Cerito. Now we should have supposed these attractions sutlicient to have drawn ttie expenses, but ?uch is the craving for stars, that unlese some name is placed in alarming prominence at tb* head of the bill, few individuals think it worth their while to attend the theatre in these degenerate days \\ e know that tin* is the bane of (rood acting and the true cause of tbe decline of the drama; but it is useless urging the tact on the public, and therefor* we shall say a word or two in commendation of Mr*. Hill's dancing, albeit she is a stock actress. TUit lady possesses every requisite tor takingu nigh stand in the profession. She is moulded in one of nature's best, though rather petite form, with bright eyes and an unexceptionable leg and foot, ller style is no imitation of the Klssler, and she throws her whole soul into the dance. At the same time she is a* agile as a gazelle, and not less graceful, though slightly deficient in the matter of time; this, however, she will get over with a little more practice, and we hope that the manager will give her a chance before a more numerous assembly than graced the kou^eo.i her debut. Nibi.o's Uakdir.? We never expect people to go to a place of amusement out of sympathy. The world is essentially selfish, and always frequent such resorts to ?ee. and be se.rn. W? that all the beau monde should visit Niblo's to-uight, not as we >ai J out of sympathy for a very respectable lady, who met with a painful, and for her an unfortunate accident, but because a host of talent hav# volunteered to play for her benefit, and we ?lioulJ not like their exertions in her behalf to be unuppre> elated by the public. We hare merely t? add tha the following eminent performers hare volunteered their service* ? Gabriel, Jerome, and Antnine Kavel, Mad. Gui'oelie, Miss Poole, Mrs. Hard wick, Mr. C E. Horn. Sig. Guibilie, Mr. Urowne. Mr YV H. William*, Miss and Master Wells, and ti> express our expectations of the audience proving a.* fall and as fashionable as on an)- previous occasion Chatham Theatre.?This house .ras crowded from pit to dome on Saturday night to see two white men imitate two negroes! To-night Browne takes his benefit, for which occasion he produces a new farcc called "Out of Luck," in whieh he play* "the Orangeman," a Mart written exclusively for him-e!f This would be enough to draw a house, but as if to make "assurance doubly sure," the manager has secured the services of Mrs. Lewis, who plays three parts in a grand Grecian drama, called Zrliua, or the Heroine of the Cross. Tivon Gardfx.?Great doings here tc-night Special Ncstlons, Before th>- Recorder and two other judges Sett. 1*2 ?Ann Hannington, a well dressed ladylike woman, who had refused to tell her name to the police magistrate, n?? convicted of pilfering a iot of finrry from a dry goods store in Houston street. The six mouths Ben Croaker, a loafer, was convicted of stealing a worsted n'.ght cap. Three months at stone digging Andrew Dale, another loafer, stole a pair of shoes ar.d wai tint to keep lien company for three luontha. Calvin Heed and Ben Williams, a couple of young thieves, were convicted of stealing a sheet troan a bed at a lodging aouse on the Five Points. Bea was rent to the Hou*e of Refuge, and the other for the six moiths. George Williams, a nerrn, stole a dozen bullocks' blsddera, and was ad judged to tkree months of the stone digging process. Mary Ann Klynn, a negro demoiselle, stole a cloth jacket and some other notions, for which preraleat otfei.ee Mary Ann was sent for ihc six months. John Callahan, a red headed Imh boy, stole ido? needle* and ni< ?ml to th* House of Rtf'ge. Jacob Field and Robert McCoy, a couple of incipient *oaplock?,were convictrd of robbing a baker"* till and sent to the tomb* to afford tiiue for enquirins ?f>rr their ftierds William Lawrence and Lewi? Van Drew, a c npic of nejroe*. ttole a natch and were !> 'h adjudged to the iix njoatha. Sarah Ogle, a dirty drab of a servant wenc1*, stole two ear-ring* and oae breaat pin. barati was dismissed rm promising to march her rag* into tbe ' Slate of New Jersey John Ha\on, a Canauian tailor, wai triej f >r c ittin* another sailor's head open. The court adjudged hiiu to go to aea again. jjiuet Scaalan, nn old cur y headed Irishman, wat rharged by hi* wife with " being worie than ever " (In descending to particular*, it waa ascertained lhat he bad chokrd hi* better half and brake two looking - gMk*e?, after the complainant had paid three dollar* and a ailver shilling to get bin out a week at>o. Jamie said, "that lately hi* old 'oinan tad gwt a cellar to cell fruit, and*?ince her rue in life she had it"t a* stiff a* if the kitchen poker wn down her bjek. He nerer got a moment* peace, now-a day*, without having a row with her." The conrt scot him to the trm'i* in order lhat he might enjoy a little peace alone. band Laflin, a huge stalwart bail: negro, waa charred with picking the pocket of another negro, and takint therefrom The prisoner male a streiniou* defence. I>ut tfte court convict d huo of the rnlbery ar.d adjured hi:i? to the six oaout ji I'nllre (llllrr Si pf. 12?Trraturr Trort.?On Nutur.ia v mnrninjj, a* two young rhit>< nirr?, a of itinerant* that promise to become neither utifitl or ornamental to tlie city, were pursuing their avocation* about Outre market, they turned np what proved, ** examination, to be a fifty dollar note of the Bank of New York. The lucky littl* tatterdemalion? not knowing wha* to make of the note showed it to a bystander, who generously ottered a shilling t^r it. 1 hi* was not acccptrd. and the hoya went to an E\ch.vi?e i Hice, in I'ertre afreet, when a ma*, named Lyon*. put in hi* claim to the hill, ai d offered the two (my* a silver dime, for it* restoration The keeper of the Kxchanje office interp<>*ed, and insisted on taking the boy* to thi* otfice, where the note now reniftiua, wanting an <mner. Somewhat Swpiriovt.?'Oaaofthe hand*on board the *teamer D? Witt Clinton, came before JnatiC* Steven*, and ?tated that on Sntarday he received a pnrcel from a *frangcr in Albany, which wa- to delivered thai day to on* ol the i'ltr Hank*. On | the parage down. the parcel ? as *to|*n b* a South I American neero, named l.oui* Davie, who had exhiI bited himself with one Master Kattler, a* negro 1 dancer* up the river, and were returning home The magistrate* gave order* to arreat 1?avi*. if h< con!d be f ?und. 'P\ro officer* t'arfed to the Bntf'tj". and ?0"n returned wiih the negro, but the parrel, or it* contrntu, ha* not since been heard of The negro was. however, committed in default of bail. Higkway Hobbfry.?A man named llenry Place wa* arrested on Saturday night, bv one of "the city _.l.k ... ....n.nin. .1 I.L.J . T, .1, "... C" " ?? ?? " ? named Cieori* WohpiKon.rf hi* packet honk,contain in? S::"> It appeared that tho complainant had Mar to ?ee ihe Mghta. and afler ?i*itinif the Five Point* and \V?t?r ?treet, he strolled to the F.a?t Kiv>-r, and whilst viewing th#? pro?pect by moonlight, thre* tnen gagged him.a.id took lii? pocket book, containing hi? money, and fled 'I he complainant hawl*d " murder," and the rillain* ran off, pursued by a watchman, Who c.imf *p with ai d captured Place ' A? thev were coming to the watch hou.?e, the ae; cn**d let something fall, which prored to be the I <!Otatry(nan'a wsllet, hut it only contained a #3 hi i :? *! ?f>me no?? chanue. The accused r# f??? d to say any'binf ;>!< Ufj?*icr, gnu oil commuted for ' *' * * i*I5V .