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Senators) in favor of this " amicable adjustment"
the British party Among them we^have? Calhoun, the leader of the laat war. McDufhe, the champion of the war. B-niou. a soldier under Jackson Crittenden, a soldier under Harrison. Corwin, a wagon boy for Harmon's army. Pennybacker, from the Old Tenth Legion Houston, th-t hero of San Jacinto. Rusk, who expelled the Mexicans from Texas. The gallant Haywood, the intrepid Mangum, the Undaunted Lewis, the constitutional Webster, and botfeat JfTho Davis, the two straight-out Johnsons, the unflinching B igby, the eru lite Berrien, and the balance of good fellows and true, present and ab sent, to the number of lorty-two. The fourteen in the vocative, to-be-sure, are just as good, but they ?re in the minority, and the voice of the majority in this country is ttte law of the land. We ex^>ect the ultras in the Home, som- forty, more or less, will oppose the notice ol the Senate, so that 'he measure will be clearly and entirely an act of the forty-nine's. What h>is become of the steamer t Is she lost . Apprehensions are seriously beginning to be felt that the " Unicorn" has gone down in the deep waters. Not even the jieaceable settlement of the question ol veracity and malversation between Webster and Ingersoll, nor of the more serious case between Crittenden and Allen ; indeed, no ordinary news would now be so grateful as that the Unicorn, with Iter crew Hnd passengers has sately come into port. Tit* Doctok. Washington, April 18,1916. The Notice and the Oregon Bill through the Httute? Mr. Webtter and Mr. Ingertoll?Dtetinguuhed Visitert at the Capital?Mr. Slidell not in town? Miscellaneous Heme, fyc The House did better to-day than usual. They parsed upon the notice from the Senate, and amend ed it by taking awav the "discretion" from the President, and by "authorizing and requesting him" to give the twelve months' warning. They also changed "amicable adjustment" to a "speedy ad justment," which is almost like cavilling " upon the ninth part ol a hair." On Monday next, we expect the Senate and House will come to a final under standing, without rryich further modification Tbe difficulty will be about ihe " discretion," the House appearing to be suspicious that if the notice be lelt at the " discretion," he will be so very discreet as not to give it at nil. But whether it be a "request," or " discretion," it will result in the immediate no tice, the President only requiring the authority.? The. House also passed the Oregon protection bill. See report. Mr. ingersoll will prove nothing against Mr. Web ster. In 1841 and M2, there were about $5000 ex pended trom the secret service fund under the writ ten orders of the Presideut. This money, in part, was employed in ferreting out the designs of the Hunter's societies, on our northern borders, who were in sympathy and collusion with the Canadian insurgents. Part of it was employed in secret offi cial communication with the government of Maine, and part in behalf of another State, for which she will be very thankful when she learns the object.? fivery cent was expended under the express instruc tions ol the President. Mr. McKay, Chairman on Ways and Means; Mr. Adams, late chairman on Foreign Atiairs, and Mr. Buchanan, bv refusing the paper*, bear us out in this statement of the case. A inan, it he can help it, ought never to shoot so high over the target as Mr. O. J. Ingersoll has done. It is calculated to make a man feel very uncomfortable. Mr. Jsrnsgin's resolution in the Senste, calling for the same information asked by the House, will be taken up, we suppose, early next week, when we bhall expect Mr. Webster to say something more in his own vindication. But he may not feel it neces sary. Still, it may not be amiss, either in the way of a compromise, or in driving Mr. Ingersoll to a pecravi. We have heard not a werd of Messrs. Allen and Crittenden to-day. After the heavier business of the morning, the House took up a private bill; and while it was under consideration we were pleased to see the Hon. Cave Johnson in his old seat among the members. We were in momentary expectation of his rising cud entering a protest against the extravagant extor tion upon the treasury which the bill proposed, some ?2 000; but he suffered the bill to pass without fur tner manifestation of his opposition than the scratch ingoi his head. The Secretary of State and the Secretary of War were also in the capitol this morning; both of them in excellent health tor (he campaign about opening in Mexico. And, taking advantage of the occasion, we are sorry to infotni you that our associate "Ariel," (whose eyes are not alwnys wide open, considering it is April, as they should be,) was entirely minta ken ui bringing Mr. Slidell into the ciiy on the 15th instant. Mr. Slidell was, perhaps, then, and is per haps uow, in New Orleans. He is not expected hers for ^ght or ten days. We have this from the highest dfchority. uur apprehensions are increasing about the safety of the Unicorn. " On Monday next we anticipate the designation of a day by Oen. McKay for the consideration of the tariff biII in Committee of the Whole on the State of the Union. The one hour rule makes rapid work of the business before the House. la the Senate, unless tney should take up the ten new steamers, there is a probability that the Sub Treasury will be brought upon the csrpet next week. The weather is delightful, and Ihe sir luxuriously refreshing, except upon the Pennsylvania Avnnue; along ihe whole extent of which from a distance, tne dust sppears to hang like a yellow fog over the city. TWJtNTY-MISTH CONGRESS. Houee of KrpiteeiitatlTeo. hrviur, April 18, 1841. ! hotictioh to oiimcin f? rrt.tii? in oi.?oo*. The amendment mint ventenf.ij*, in Committee of the Whole, to the bill to protect ttia right* of American I settlers io tue territory et Oregon, and for otbar pur were this morning coucurred in by the House. The bill wai ordered to be engrofsad for a third read ing, and wa< accordingly r?ad a third time and passed? yt-as 104, nays 64, as tallows':? j Yns ?Stephen Adams, Miss.; Joseph H. Anderson, N. Y.; Lemuel H. Arnold, R. I ; Henry Bedinger, Va.; Charles 3 Benton, N. Y.; Asa Biggs, N. C.; Jamas Black. Pa; James A. Black, S. C ; James B. Bonlin, Mo., Linn Boyo, Ky.; Wm H. Brockeubrough, Fa.; Richard BroJhoad, I'a ; William O. Brown, Va.-, Armis trad Burt, B.C.: Cbailes W. Catocart, la.; Lucien B. Chase, Tenn.; JohnS. Chipmau, Mich , Henry S. Clarke, N C.; Howe 11 Cobb, Oa.; Alvan Cullom, Tenn; John D. Cummins, Ohio; Francis A Cunningham, Ohio; John R. J. Daniel, N. C.; John De Mott, N. V ; Paul Dilling ham, jr., Vt: James C. Dobbin, N. C ; Georg* C. Drora goole, Va ; Robert P. Duolap, Me.; Joseph K. Kdsail, N J.; Jacob Erdman, Pa.; James J. Fsran, Ohio; Henry D. Foster, Pa.; George Fries, Ohio; William 8. Garvin, Pa ; William F. Giles, Md.; Charles Goodyear, N Y.; Samuel Oordon.N. Y.; MartinGrorer, N. Y ; Hannibal Hamlin, Me.; Hugh A.Haral?on, Ga.; John H. Harmon ?on. La ; Thomas J. Henley, ta ; Joseph P Hoge, 111.; William J. Hough, N. Y.i James B. Hunt, Mich.; Charles J. lugersoll, Pa ; Timothy Jenkins, N. Y ; James H. Johusou, N. II.. Joseph Johnson, Va.; Andrew Johnson, Tenn.; George W.Jones, Tenu.; Seaborn Jones, Ga-; Andrew Kennedy, la.; John W.Lawrence, N. Y.i Emile La Sere, La.; Thomas W. Ligon. Md.; John H. Lump kin, Ga.; John A McClernand, 111; John D. McC'rate, >!?.; Joseph J McDowell, Ohio, Jsmes McDowell, Va ; James J McKay, N C.; John P. Martin, Ky : Barclay Martiu, Tenn.: Jo<eph Morris, Ohio; Isaac E. Mors*, La ; Aichibaidu. Niven, N. Y.; Moses Norria. N. H.; Robert Dale Owen, la.: Isaac Parish, Okie; Augustus L Perrill, Oh.o: John retutt, la.; John 8. Phelps, Mo.; James Pjiioch, P.t.; Stalling Price, Nlo.; George Rath odd, N Y , David 8. ReiJ, N. C.; James H. Relfe, Mo.; John Ritter, Paj Robert W. Roberts, Miss ; Cullen Sawulle, Me ; William Sawyer, Ohio; John F Scam i iion, \ie .Leonard H. dims, Mo ; Thomas Smith, la.: Robert Smith, 111.; Frederick P. Scenton, Tenn.; David A. Starkweather, Ohio; Andrew Stewart, Pa ; Henry St. John, Ohio; Stephen Strong, W.Y.j CTeorge Sykes, h.J.-, William P Thomasson, Ky.; James 1 uompson, Pa ; Allen o Thurman, Ohio; John W. Tibbatts, Ky.; William M. Trodway, Va | John Wentw?rth, 111.; Hor ace Whea'?n, N. Y.; William W. Wick, la.; Haackiah Williams, Me ; Joseph A. Woodward, 8. C ; Archibald Yell. Ark.; Jacob 8 Yost, Pa.? Yeas, 1P4. Nati.?Amos Abbott, Mass.; Archibald Atkinson, Va.; Deniol M Barring* r, If. C.i Thomas H. Bayly, Va.; Joshua F Ball. Ky ; Milton Brown, Tenn.. Wm. W. Campbell, N. Y.; Charles 11. Carroll, If. V, John O Chapman. Mil.; Augustus A. fhapman, Va; Reuben Chapman, Ala.; William M. Cocke, Tenn ; Jacob Col lamer, Vt ; Henry Y. Cranston, R. I.; John H. Croxiar, Tenn ; Edmund S Dargan, Ala.; Garrett Davia, Ky ; James Dixou, Ct.; Alired Dockery, N. c.} John H. F.w log, Pa.;; Edwin 11 Ewing, Tenn.; Solomon Foot, Vt.; Meredith P^Gentry, Tena ; Jamea Graham, N.C.; Hen ry Gnder, Ky ; Joseph Grmnell, Mass , James G Hamp ton, N. J.; Alexander Harper, Ohio, Henry W. Milliard, Ala ; George W. Hopkins, Va , Edmuna W. Hubard, Va.; Samuel D Hubbard, Ct , Washington Hunt. N Y ; Robert M. T. Hunter, Va ; Joseph It loRersoll, Pa.; Abner Lewis, N Y ; Edward Long, Md.; fcdward W. McGaughey, la.; John H McHenry, Ky.; Oeorce t Marah, Vt.; William A Moaeley, N. Y . William W Payne, Ala ; John S. Pendleton, Va.; Julius Rockwell, Maas ; Jonn A Rockwall, Ct; John Runk, N J , Henry J Seaman, N. Y ; Jamas A Seddon, Va.; Luther Sever ance , Me ; Richard F. Simpeon, 8. C.; Trumaa Smith, Ct. Albert Smith, N. T-; Caleb B. Smith, la ; Alexan der H. Stephens, Oa.; John Strobm, Pa ; Bannon G. Thibodeaux, La ; Jaoob Thompson, Miaa; Daniel R. Yildeti, Ohio; Andrew Trumbo, Ky.: Samuel F. Vinton, Ohio; Hugh White, S. Y , Robert C. Winthrop, Mass.; William Wright, N. J.i William L. Yancey, Ala - Nays 64 smorsis or tmi bill. The jurisdiction of tee Supreme Court oi the Territory of Iowa, and the laws of said Territory, so fer as the seme may be applicable, as they now exiat, are extend ed over ell that portion of the Territory of the United mates which lies west of the Rocky mountains ; end also or'r all that portion ot the intermediete country west of the iisioari river, and between the fortieth and Iwrly uur i p.irallels ot noith latitude : Provided. that this act snail oot be construed nor executed in sock t manner aa to deprive the subjects ot Greet Britain of any of tho rights and privilef ea secured by the treaty <igned .t London Ootober twentieth, eighteen hundred end eighteen, end centlnned to to.ee by the treety of August sixth, eighteen htaadred ad twenty seven Ail th* country described ibon to constitute on* Judicial district, and ? district court *hall therein by the Judge to b* appointed under this ?ot, at fuck time* and places si he snail designate ; und said court shall pos sess all the power* *o<l authority v**t*d in the present district court* of mid Territory of Iowa. As additional Jmtic* of the Supreme Court of the Territory of Iowa ?ball be appointed, to hold bis offlee by th* came tenure, receive the lime compensation, and po?M*? the i^nn powers and authority an are conferred by law upon the other justices of ssid court, and who *h*U bold the dis trict court* in eaid district at aforeaaid. The President i? authorised to appoint the requisite number of justice* of the peace and tuch ministerial oiflzer*** (hall be ne ceoary for the due execution of the law* : P evided. that any subject of Great Britain who ahull be arrested under th* provision* of thi* act, for crime uTeged to hare been committed within the territoi y of tha United State* west o! the Rocky mountaius, while thesime re- , mains free and open to the vessels, citizens, and (abject* ' ol the United States and ol Ciroat Britain, pursuant to stipulations between the two power*, shall be delivered up lui trial, or proof ol his being such British subject,to 1 the neatest and most convenient authorities having cog- 1 n.iunce of such offence by th* law* of Oreat Britain. ' Provision heieafter to be made by law to secure and grant to tvery white person, male or female, over tno age of eighteen year*, three hundred and twenty acres of land; and to every white person, male or ieniule, un der the age of eighteen year*, one hundred and sixty acres ol land, who (hall have resided in the said territo ry described in the first section of this act for Ave conse cutive year*, to commence within three years from th* I passage of this act. A superintendent of Indian affaiis to be appointed, and such Indian agents bud sub-agents as shall be necessary to th* public intereat*, to whom may be intrusted, tinder the direction of the President, and in accordance with the existing laws, ao far as 'hey may be continent with th* pur[>oit of this act, the regu lation of trado aud intercourse with tha Indian tribes, and the exccntion of the laws herein extended over too country described in the first section of this act. Tho President is authorised to cause to be erected such block bouses, stockades, or military posts a* shall be necessa ry to protect emigrants, settlers and trader* on the route to and in tho territory of Oregon, again*t Indian depre dations and agressions, and to furnish such ammunition and supplies as shall lie necessary to their defence. A post routo to be established from f ort Leavenworth via Grand Island, on the Platte river; Fort Larimee; the south pass of the Rocky Mountains; Fort Hall: Fort Boise; Fort Wallawalla; and Oregon City, on th* Willa mette rivor, to Astoria; at the mouth of th* Columbia, on tha PaciAo oceau. And it shall be the duty of the Postmaster General te cause the United States mails to be transported on the said rout* from Fort Leavenworth to Astoria and back at least one* a month, bv such m*an* oi conveyanco as he may deem most advanta geous to the public service, and on tho best terms that can be obtained by contract in the mode now provided by law for the transportation of the United States mail : Provided, That il. in the opinion ol the President of the United States, it be expedieut to cause the mail on the route aloresaid to be carried by detachments of mounted men in the service of the United States, he may order the said mail to He carried in that way, instead of having it transpirted by contract, as above provided. One hundred thousand dollars are appropriated to carry the provisions of the act into effect. Mr. Douglass (who was not present when the voto was taken ) asked to record hi* vote in favor of the bill, but there being many objactions, the privilege was not accoided. The title of the bill was amended, to read "a bill to protect the right* of American settlers in th* territory ot the United States west of the Rocky Mountains, and for other purposes." Mr. Thompson, of Pennsylvania, (to clinch the nail) moved a re-consideration of the rote bjr which the bill was passed, and the question was decided in the nega tive. THE 0KER05 resolutions PASSED, WITH 1MP0BTART AMENDMENTS bv the house. Mr. Bovd, of Kentucky, moved that the House take up the Oregon resolutions, as returned by the Senate yes terday. The motion was agreed to, nem. con. Mr. Owkn, of Indiana, submitted two amendments, viz : strike out all alter tho words "earnestly" in the first resolution, and in place of the words "and immedi ately directed to renewed efforts for the amicable settle ment of all their differences and disputes in respect 'o said territory ."insert "directed to the importance of a speedy adjustment of all their differences and disputes in respect to suid teriitory;" and, in the second resolu tion, instead of authorising the Presideat, at Kit ducre (ion,, to give the notice, authorising and rtquctting him to give the notice. Mr. owen moved the previous question. Mr. Tiiibatts asked the gentleman to withdraw the motion. Mr. Owrn said he could not do so unleu tho gentle man would renew it. Mr. Tibbatts said he would. There were cries all over the House of " Oh no !' " hold on !" Mr. Owen did not, however, withdraw his motion. The demand for the ptevious question was seconded, and The SrKAKEK announced that the question wai now on the motion to atrike out and insert. Voices: "Let the resolution* be read aa thejr came from the Senate, and then read them as proposed to be ametided." " Read," " read." The Clerk did ao. Mr. Hunt asked for a division of the question. The SrcAEER decided that it Could not be divided. The yeas and nays were taken on the amendments of Mr. Owen, and they were agreed to?yeas 99, nays 87, as follow h, viz : Ym?Stephen Adams, Miss.; Joseph H. Anderson, N. V j Archibald Atkinson, Va ; Chillies 3 Benton, N. V.; Asa Biggs, N. (J.; Janus Black, Pa ; James A. Black, 9 C , Jame. B. Bowlin, Mo ; Linn Beyd, Ky.; Wm. H. brockenbrough, Fa.-, Richard Bredhead, Pa ; William G. Brown, Va ; Charles W. Cathcart, la.; Lucieu B. Chase, Tenn.; John 8. Chipman, Mich.; Henry 8. Clatke, N.C.; Howell Cobb, G*.; Alvan Cullom, Tenn; John D. cummins, Ohio; Francis A. Cunningham, Ohio; John R J. Dani'l, N. C ; Jefferson Dans, Miss.; Jolin De Mott, N V.; Paul Dillingham, jr. Vt.; James C. Dot bin, N. C : Stephen A. Douglass, 111 ; Gaorge C. Drouigoole, I Va.; Robert P. Dunlap, Me.; Joseph E Edsall, N. J.; Jacob Erdman, Pa.; James J. Reran, Ohio; Otlando B. Ficklin, 111.; Henry D. Foster, Pa ; George Fries, Ohio: William 8. Garvin, Pa ; William F Giles. Md.; Samuel F. Goidon, N. V.; Martin Grover, N. V.j Hannibal Ham lin, Me.; Hi gh A. Harralson, Ga.; John H Harmanson, La.; Thos. J. Henley, la.; Joseph P. Hoge, 111.; Geo. W. Hopkins, Va.; James B Hunt, Mich ; Charles J. Inger soil, Pa.; James 11. Johnson. N. 11 ; Joseph Johnson, Va.; Andrew Johnson, Tenu ; George W. Jours, Tenn.; Sea born Jouos, Ga.; Audrew KonneJy, la.; Joho W. Law reuce, N Y., Emila La Seie, La.; Thomas W. L g<>n, Md ; John H. Lumpkin, Ga ; William B. Maclay, N. Y ; Robert McClellaud, Mich.; John A. McClsrnand, 111.; Joseph J. McDowell, Ohio; Jus. McDowell, Va.; James J. McKay, N C.; John P. Mai tin, Ky.; Barclay Martin, Tena ; Joseph Morris, Ohio; Moses Norn*, N. H ; Ro't Dale Owen, la.; Isaac Parish; Ohio; Augustus L. Perrill, Onio; John Paint, la ; John S Pnelpa, Mo.; Sterling Piice, Mo ; George Ralhburn, N. Y.; David S. Reid, N. C ; James H Relte, Mo ; John Ritter, Pa ; Robert W. Roberts, Miss.; Cullen Sawtelle, Me.; William Sawyer, Ohio; John F. S.-amnion, Me ; Leonard H. Sims, Mo.; ' Thomaa Smith, la ; Robert Smith, 111.; David A Stark- 1 we.iiher, Ohio; Henry St. John, Ohio; Stephen Strong, N. Y ; George Sykea, N. J ; James Thompson, Pa.; Ja cob Thompson, Miss ; Allen G. Thurman, Ohio: John W. Tibialis, Ky.; John Wautwoith, IU.; Horace Whea ton, N. Y.; William W. Wick,' la.; Hrzakiah Williams, Me.; David Wilmot, Pa.; Bradford R Wood, N. Y.; I Thomas M. Woodruff, N. Y.; Archibald Yell, Ark.; Ja cob S. Yost, Pa ?Yeas, 99. 1 Nats-Auios Abbott, Mass.; John Quincy Adams, i Mass.; Lemuel H. Arnold, R L: Daniel M. Barringer, | I N. C ; Thomas H. Bajly, Va.; Henry Bedinger, Va.; ; Joshua F. Bell, Kentucky; John Blnnchard, Pa ; Milton . Brown, Tenu ; Armistead Burt, S. C.; Wm. W. Camp I bell, N. Y.j John H. Campbell, Pa.; Charles H. Carroll, | N. Y.; John G Chapman, Md ; Augustus A. Chapman, ? Va.; Reuben Chapman, Ala ; William M. Cocke, Tenn.; Jacob Collamer, Vt ; Henry Y. Cranston, R. I., John H. ! Crozier, Tenn.; F.dmundS. Dargan, Ala.; Garrett Davis, Ky.; James Bixon, Ct.; Alfred Dookery, N C.; John H. Ewmg, Pa.; Edwiu H. Ewing, Tenn ; Solomon Foot, Vt.; Meredith P. Gentry, Tenu ; Charles Goodyear, N Y.; James Graham, N. C.; Henry Grider, Ky.: Joseph Grin i nail, Mass.; James G. Hampton, N. J.; Alexander Har- I per, Ohio; Henry W. Milliard, Ala.; Ellas B. Holmes, I N. Y.; Isaac E Holmes, 8. C : William J. Hough, N. Y.; Edmund W. llubard, Va.; Samuel D. Hubbard, Ct.; I Charles Hudson, Mass ; Washington Hunt, N. Y.; Ro i bert M. T. Hnnter, Va.; Joseph R. Ingersoll, Paj Tim othy Jenkins, N. Y.; Andrew Johnson, Tenn.; Thomas i Butler King, Ga.; Abner'Lewis, N. Y ; Edward Long, i Md.; Johu D. McCrate, Me ; Edward W. McGaughey, , la ; Jwhn H. McHenry, Ky.; tieorge P. Marsh, Vt; Wil liam S. Mi.ler, N. Y.; Isaac E. Morse, La.; William A. Mosciey, N. Y.; Archibald C. Nlvea, N. Y.; William W. Payne, Ala.; John S. Penoletod, Va.; James Pollock, Pa ; Julius Rockwell, Mass.; John A. Rockwell, Ct.; Joseph M. Root, Ohio^ John Hunk, N. J ; Robert C. >cher<ck. Ohio; Henry J. Seaman, N. Y ; James A. Seduon, Va ; Luther Severance, Me.; Richard F. Simp son, 8 C ; Truman Smitn, Ct.: Albort Smith, N. V.; C*; leb B Smith, la ; Frederick P. Stanton, Tenn.; Alexan der H. Stephens, Oa; Andrew Stewart, Pa.; John Strohm, Pa.; Bannon O. Thibodeaux, La.; William P. Thomasson, Ky ; Daniel R. Tiiden, Ohio; William M. TreJway, Va.; Andrew Trumbo, Ky ; samnal K. Via ton, Ohio; Hugh White, N. Y.; Robert C. Winthrop, Mass.; Joseph A Woodward, S. C.; William Wright, N. J ; William L. Yancey, Ala.?Nays, 97. So the amendments were agreed to The question then oocnrred on agreeing to the resolu tions from tho Senete, as last amended by the House, and which lollow. The parts included in brackeu [ ] were those stricken ont, anJ the words in itmiut in serted : Resolved, lie. That by the convention, concluded, the twentieth day of October, eighteen hundred and eighteen, between tlie Cnited States of America and the king oft^j the I'nited Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, for ihe period often years, and afterwards indefinitely extended and continued in lorce by another conveution of the same parties, concluded the sixth day of August, in the year of our Lord one thou?aud eignt hundred and twenty seven, it was agreed that any country that may be claim ed by either party on the northwest coast ot America, west * ard of the Stony or Rocky Mountains, now com mouly called the Oregon Territory, should, together with its harbors, bays, and creeki, and the navigation of all rivers within the same, be " free and open" to the vessels, ciiixena, and subjects of the two powers, but without prejudice to any claim which either of the per ties might have to any part of aaid country ; and with this turther provision, in the second article of tho aaid convention oi the aixth of August, eighteen hundred and twenty seven, thet either party Might abrogate and aa> nol said convention, on giving due notice of twelve month* to the otkor contracting party?that it haa now become desirable that the respective claims of the United State* and Great Britain should be definitely settled; and that said terntoiy may no longer than need be remain subject to the evil ceneequencee of Ihe divided allegiance of ns American and Bruuh population, and of the con tusion and conflict of national jurisdictions, dangerous to the cherished peace end good uadt rstanding oi the two countries. And, iherelore, that steps be takeu lor tho I abrogation of the said convention ot the (life August, 18J7, in the mode pie?cribed iu its id article, and that the at tention oi the government* ot both countries may be toe mote ear neatly [and immediately directed to lenewed efforts lor tho amicable settlement ol ,ali their differences and disputes la respect to said territory] dtrtcud te (As t**7#r(an*? *f a tff*y *4Ju*tmrrU if mU Uiir d^ftrswet* and HtyiUtt if* riiput (? nM territory. " And bo it further received, Tho* the Preside* e< the United State* [be, and is herab y authorised, at Ma die oration] it <uikorifd and rrquctttd to giva tk? British governa ?ot the notice required by Ha aud second article for tha abrogation of tha <aid convention of tk? sixth of Auguat, eighteen huadred and twenty-seven. Tha ye*? and nay* vara taken on tha adoption of tha resolu'ions, at amended, and tha question waa decided in 'bo affirmative?yeaa 144, nays 41, ai follows : Y?a?? John ^uincy Adams. Mass.; Stephen Adams, Miai.; Joseph H Anderson. N. Y.; Archibald Athinaon, Va ; Diiiial M Barringer, N. C ; Jonhua F. Ball, Ky.; CharieaB. Bentcn, N Y.j Asa Biggs, N C.; James Black, Pa : Jamas A. Black, ft.p; Jobn Blanchard, Pa.; Jamas B. Bowlin, Mo ; Linn B<$d,Ky ; Wm H Brookenbrongh, Fa.; Richard Brodhead,Pa ; Milton Brown, Tenn.; Wil liam O Brown, Va.; Wm. W. Campbell, S. Y ; John H. Campbell, Pa; Charles H. Carroll, N. Y.; Charles W. Cathcart, la ; Reuben Chapman, Ala ; Lucian B Chase, Tenn.: John 8. Chipman, Mich.; Henry 8 Clarko, N. C ; Howell Cobb, Ua.; William M. Cocke, Tenn ; John H. Crozier, Tenn.; Alvsn CMllom, Tenn , John D. Cummins, Ohio; Francis A. Cunningham, Ohio; John R. J. Daniel, N. C ; Edmund 8. Dargan, Ala.; Jefferson Davis, MUs ; John De Mott, N. Y ; Paul Dillingham, Jr., Vt: James Dixon, Ct.; James C. Dobbin, N. C ; Stephen A. Doug lass, 111 ; Robert P. Duulap, Mo.; Joseph E Edsall, N. J ; Jacob Erdman, Pa : John H.Ewing, Pa ; Orlando B. Fick lin, ill ; Henry D roster, Pa ; George Fries, Ohio; Wil liam S. Garvin, Pa ; Meredith P. Gentry, Tenn.: William F Giles, Md.; Charles Goodyear, N. Y.; Samuel Gordon, N. Y.; James Graham, N. C ; Henry Grider, Ky.; Martin Orover, N. Y ; Hannibal Hamlin, Me ; Hugh A. Haral son, Ga.; John H. Harmonson, La.; Alexander Harper, Ohio; Taomas J. Henley, !a.; Henry W. Hilliard, Ala ; Joseph P. Hoge, III.; Eiiai B. Holmes, N. Y.; Oeorge W. Hopkins, Va.; William J. Hough, N. Y ; Samuel D Hab bard, Connecticut; Waabiugtun Hunt, N. V ; Jamas B. (Hunt, Michigan?; Charles J. lngersoll, Pa. ; Timothy Jankins, N. V.; James H.Johnson, N. II.; Jo seph Johnson, Va ; Andrew Johnson, Tenn.; Oaorge W. Jones, Tenn ; Seaborn Jonas, Ga.; Andrew Kennedy, la ; John W. Lawrence, N. Y.; Emtio La Sere, La.; Abner Lewit, N. Y.; Thomas W. Ltgou, Md.: John H. Lump kin, Ga ; William B. Maclay, N. Y.; Robert McClelland. Mich.; John A. McClernanu, 111.; John D. McCrate, Mo ; Joseph J. McDowell, Ohio; Jam?s McDowell, Va.: John H McHenry, Ky.; James J. McKay N. C.; John P. Mar tin, Ky ; Barclay Martin, Tenn ; Joseph Morrif, Ohio; Isaac E. Morse, La.; Moses Norris, N. H.: Robert Dale Owen, la.; Inaac Parish, Ohio; William W. Payne. Ala.; Augustus L. Perrill, Ohio; John Petiit, la; Jobn 8. Phelps, Mo i James Pollock, Pa ; Starling Price, Mo.; George Rathbun, N. Y.; David 8. Raid, nTc.; James H. Relfe, Mo ; John Ritter, Pa.; Robert W. Roberts, Miss.; Julius Rockwall, Mass ; Joseph M. Root, Ohio; Joha Runk, S. J ; Cullen Sawtelle, Me ; William Sawyer, Ohio; Jobn F. Scammon, Ma.; Robert C. Scbenck, Ohio;, iienry J. Seaman, N. Y.; Luther Severance, Ma ; Lao nard H. Sims, Mo.; Truman Smith, CL; Albert Smith, N' | Y.; Thomas Smith, la.; liobert Smith, 111.; Frederick P. Stanton, Tonn ; David A. Starkweather, Ohio; Andrew Stewart, Pa.; Henry St. John, Ohio; John Strohm, Pa ; Stephen Strong, N. Y.; George Sykas, N. J.; William P. Thomaaaon, Ky.; James Thompson, Pa.; Jacob Thomp son, Miss.; Allan G. Thurman, Ohio; John W.Tibbatts, Ky.; Daniel R. Tilden, Ohio; William M. Trad way, Va.; Andrew Trumbo, Ky.; John Wentwortb, 111 ; Horace Wheaton, N Y.; Hugh White, N. Y.; Wm. W. Wick, la.; Hezekiah Williams, Me ; David Wilmot, Pa.; Bradford R. Wood, N. Y.s Thomas M. Woodruff, N. Y.; Archibald Yell, Ark?144. Navs?Amos Abbott, Mass.; Lemuel H Arnold, R. I.: Taomas H. Bayly, Va ; Henry Bedinger, Va ; Armistead Burt, 8. C.: John G. Chapman, Md.; Augustus A. Chap man, Va.; Jacob Collamar, Vt.; Henry Y.Cranston, R. I ; Oarrett Davii. Kv.; Alfred Dockery, N. C.; George C. Dromgoole, Va.; Edwin H Ewing, Tenn.: James X Fa ran, Ohio; Solomon Foot, Vt.; Joseph Grinneli, Mass ; Isaac E. Holmes, 8. C.; Edmund W. Hubard, Va.; Chas. Hudson, Mass ; Robert M. T. Hanter, Va.; Joseph R. ln gersoll, Pa.; Thomas Butler Kiag, Ga.; Edward Long, Md.; Edward W. McGaughey, la.; George P. Marsh, Vt.; William S.Millar, N. Y., William A. Moteley, N. Y.; Archibald C Niven, N. Y.; John 8 Pendleton. Va.; John A. Rockwell, Ct.; James A. Heddon, Va., Richard F. j Simpson, B.C.; Caleb B. Smith, la; Alexander H. Ste phens, Ga.; Bannon G. Thibodeaax, La.; Samuel F. Vin ton, Onio ; Robert C. Winthrop, Mass.; Joseph A. Wood ward, 8 C.j William Wright, N. J.; William L. Yancey, Ala.?41. Mr. Pcttit moved a reconsideration, and the motion was disagreed to. Having had "glory enough for one day," the House resumed the consideration of a private bill; but fiudiug the legislation rather irksome, at twenty minutes to two o'clock an adjournment took place till Monday. Baltimore, April 18,1848. ?Annsty about thr Unicorn ?Completion oj the Tth graph ? Right #/ IKsy Pan td?Cargo far London? Market!?Stock Board, \c. Oat month ha* elapsed, to day, lince the tine appoint ed for the departure of the Unicon from Liverpool, and a* yet, no tiding! of her have reached thia city. Three or four prominent citizens oi Baltimore are supposed to be on board, and great anxiety is evinced by their friend* and family ai to her probable fate. The wire* of the telegraph between thif city and Phi ladeiphia, yesterday made their entrance into the city, and were extended from the lower part of the Point to the telegraph office, pasting over the topi ot the hou?ei, and alto taking in ita route the top oi the Phoenix ahot tower. 1 lwr.rn from Mr. Hogera 'hat they will be ready to paai communication* between the two citiee on Wed nesday morning next, without fail. This connection with Philadelphia render* the line complete from Wash ington to New York, and in the way of news wiil render tho three citie* as closely united a* if within ipeakmg Jistance. The proceedings of Congress can be pub lished in New York as soou aa in Washington, and the news by the Southern and Western mails, which reaches liero between 7 and 8 o'clock in the evening, can be tiansmitied and published in the morning pepera ol the sommerclal emporium, aa early as in Baltimore. The locel news of the four cities, when of sufficient impor tance, can be simultaneously published in each, aua all business connections will be suertened from twenty-four houis to speaking distance. A change in the mode and manner of business, as well as of newspaper manage ment, will now speedily develop# itself, though to what extent time alone can decide., Too news lrom Harnsburg last night, represents the bill granting the right ot way through Pennsylvania, from Pittsburg to the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, as certain of a final passage ere this. The bill had passed to its third readiag, by a majority of eight votes. Pnila delpbia will now be in sack cloth and ashes, and Pitta burg will lose her propriety iu rejoicing. Baltimore, in tne mean time, looks upon the excitement in the two keystone cities, as quite amusing ; our citizens having sufficient conliJeuce in the President and directoia of toe company to known, that they will pro ride the right and the way too, to carry the road to some point on the Ohio ririy, as soon as the means are procured for the undertaking The bark Peoli, Capt. Welah, cleared yesterday for London, has the following cargo on boaid : -3501 bairels of flour; 102 nogsheads middlwgs; 3 tons sassafras root; 10 boxes Cider ; 1 banel porter ; 300 boxes adamantine candles; 21 barrels chrome ore; 400 sides leather; 100 do tanued sole; 48 whole hides tanned ; 2000 barrels staves, and 11,200 locust trenails. Thk Markets?City Mibs Flour remains nominally at }6, but tbere is no operation of importance to note. The sales of Howard street have been pretty free at $4 76 lor good mixed, and (4 81} to $4 87} for choice and oxtra brands; the car price steady at $4 69}. Sales of Susquehanna have been made at ?4 74 a $4 81}, to a moderate extent. Tho inspections ol Flour for the week comprise 17,183 barrels ana 813 half barrels. There ware also inspected 293 barrels Ryo flour, and 63 hhds. ana 716 bbls Corn meal. The receipts of Wheat con tinue small, but prices have not raried -f 1 06 to $ 1 10 fur good to p-ime red, and $1 14 to $1 24 for the like quantiea of white, may be considered as the fair market rates. Cora has remained sieady; the pricei are about 60 to 62 centa lor white, and 6i to 64 for yellow. Oata may be quoted 38 to 40 cents for good to prima Mary, land. Stock ud Moket Market.?The stock market is un usually dull, e id stocks ol every description have a downward tendency. The amount changing hands is veiy limited. For Stata six per cents, 72 Did, 72} asked ?a decline of 2} during tha week. City sixes closed at 93} bid, 93} asked, with sales at 93 a 93}, which is ? de cline of 1} since the close of last week. The money market is tight The banks are contracting their dis counts; and in couaequence a considerable amount of good to fair paper finds its way to tbe street, where 1 to 2 per cent per month is obtained. Albany, April 17th, 1846 The Proceedings in the Legitlalure? The Stat* Con vention?Indictment of the Rioter*. The following resolution, recently submitted to the Senate by Senator Van Schoonhoven, was referred to a committee to report upon its propriety i Re<olved, That twico the usual number of copies of the communications ot Judges Parker and Edmonds, of the third and fiist circuits, m answer to the resolutions of tbe Senate, relative to the trials and sentences of cer tain convicts now in prison, on account of offencea . against the lawa of this State, growing out of the re la- | tion of landlord and tenant, be printed for the n?e ef the Legislature. Thia morning tho committee reported in favor of print- , ing the uaual number only. A debate upon the question of agreeing with the report ensued. Paring this debate, the most extraordinary intimations?tho most treasona ble imputations.nnd the most derogatory allusions to tbe exocutive of this State, and to the men who presided ; upon this trial, were made, without check and without gravity. A species oi aerio comicality and badinage,waa mixed up with thia moat solemn business, so that the dis cursive compound, as a whole, waa altogether a legisla tive anomaly. These irrelevant and anarchical allu sions were made with reference to the executive non committal noon the matter of amnesty, and with refer ence to the action of the men who prcaided at the trial of these lebela (?o calleo). Finally, a proposition to lay this aflair upon the table, umil the Judiciary Committee * make their vital report upon the main queation, as to the expediency of granting tha prayer of the numerous pe titioners, for the general and unconditional pardon of these convieta, was adopted, by a vote of 14 to 7. Tha Senate claims the right, a* an arbitrary power, to traverse the opinion of tho Supreme Court, and to defeat 1 the will of the people ! To postpone the Convention un til the removal" of tha capitol! The apportionment bill is up to day ! Exceptions are taken to the deciaion of tha Supreme Court, and aa aa appellate tribunal, or a court ol errors, the Senate assumes the right to determine the moaning of a prior law?to levolutionize a social rsvolu tfon! These sentiments, freely uttered to-dsy In tha senate chamber, wais execrated by senator Clark, as tha essence of tyranny?a usurpation of iegialative authority to destroy the rights of the people, end a combination of the worst principles The Senate has passed this bill, and it will go to nominating convention aa tho solemn conTiction of the Senate, and as an offset to the opinion of the Supreme Court that tho representation in tha con vention should be according to tbe now apportionment of ISM What will be tho ?fleet 7 When it is recollected that previeui to tbe drcisioii of tlie Supieme Court, the House was in favor of tho bill; and wncii it is raoollaoted toat its rejection will liteially diafianchise 130,000 elec tors in thia staio?I ash, what will bo tho S fleet upon nominating conventions! Senator Clark asserted that If thia Mil peseed, that the chances ware ninety-aine ia a hundred that tha ooavantion wUl be represented by two lis of Ills galas I aid tht the stsoUsa w?M ho fii I " Dare Mm CowmIIh fo n, than V asked Mr. Ctaik? " No, airthe resalt would be that the Convention would 1 [ be broken up." Mr. Clark uM if the Senate passed the law, if thoea coutiM whose representation *u in created by the new apportionment, would not to elect their delegate!, and would not call this sanction of tbe Senate a j unification of the election 1 He declared that ?acb would be tbe result, and he invoked honorable senators to avoid each a contingency. The debate waa literally grand, gloomy, and peculiar. Tbe minority, or opponents of the bill, diplomatically attempted to pre vent a vote by keeping tbe floor, and protracting the de bate into the wee (mall hour* Senator Putnam, after tome severe pugilism, secured tbe floar until he talked senators out of tho chamber entirely. Indeed, every ef fort that human shrewdness could devise, was resorted to to defer the vote. At A P. M , when it was no longer possible to avoid tbe question, several of tbe opposiUon retreated trom the capitol, and left the Senate without a quorum. A call of tbe Senate was ordered, and tbe ab sentees forthwith returned by the Sergeant at arms. The question was taken, and the bill patted by a vote of 16 ayes to 4 nays I am told that this bill will be taken up by the House on Monday, and it i< aaid that it will pass, notwithstanding the judicial opiuion submitted. You may make your own deductions. The bill, entitled " An act to subject to taxation cer tain debts owing to non residents of tbe United States," which I herewith enclose, was reported complete in the House to-dsy. There is no doubt of the passage of this bill through the Hnuae. This law is simply a revivifica tion of the act of 1UJS. A motion that this bill be or dered to a third reading on Tuesday, was canied. Mr. Graves reported in favor of the Senate bill for the appiopriation of $40,000, to be expended upon the Uti;a Lunatic Asylum. Mr. Worden presented a minority canal report, in an swer to Mr. Bailey's report, which I sent you yesterday, | and after a very protracted debate, 3,100 copies were I ordered printed. The House then paste-) the bill granting jurors in New Tork one dollar per day during their attendance at oourt, except in civil suits. Their fees will in this case < . be paid by the court, and incorporated into the bill of costs. The House adjourned after a short debate in committee upon the bill to abolish distress for rent. No action. The Grand Jury came into eouit to day, and preferred indictments against the followlug personsFor con spiracy-Peter Cagftor, Jas. M. French, (editor Atlas) John E. Hermans. For assault and battery? ?. Brinck erhoff. For riot and aaaault and battery?Thos. Foy, L. Pea, Gao. B. Johnson, James McGratb, Jos. Cahill, John Rock, Owen Galden, Thos. Hall. Thus the dtntutmtnl to this New Scotland Convention has occurred. Boston, April 18, 1840. Adjournment of the L-fitlaturs ? Mr. Wiligs'i Artii-Sla very Resolutioni Defeated ? The fVaoniacket Railroad Last in the Haute?Tht Unicorn?Rite of Real Bitate? Rockwell and Stone't Circus?An Insane Lawyer?El der Lumton?Sicknett of Bishop Ftnwick?Death of Edward Palfray, Esq. Oar Legislature computed the teuton for the preeent year on Thar* lay, though much oi the butiue**, for want of time, was left uncompleted. The teuton wai one hundred daya long. Mr. Wilton'* anti-slavery reso lution, w hich had passed the House, waa rejected in the Senate, and ;tbu* the Legislature of Massachusetts re futes to meddle with the subjects of annexation and do mestic slavery. The Woontocket Railroad bill, after having passed the Senate, was defeated in the Heute, and the subject will be brought forward again next winter. It it easy enough to account for the rejection of this bill. All the Worcester Railroad interest, which is powerful, wu thrown agaiost it. The editor of the Botton Daily -id vert iter, Nathan Hale, Esq , who has been President of the Worcester Railroad for several years, uted the in fluence of his paper, which is considerable, to thwart the friend? of the bill. It is my opinion, however, that the day is not far distant when Boston and New York will be connected by a railroad through Wooniocket. The steamer Unicorn took us by surprise yesterday. We had ceased to look for her arrival, and expected the Caledonia in a few days. The news by the Unicorn will have but li'.tle efl'ect on the markets, the next steamer being now due, with later advice*. Real estate continues to sell in this city at very high rates, and many men find themselves growing rich very <ast by tho advance in this species of property. Rockwell k Stone's circus company will commence performances in this city on Monday night,on the ground recently occupied by the Howard Athenaum is How ard street. Joel C. Virgin, Esq., attorney at law, and recently editor of a paper in Portsmouth, N. H , has been lying in jail, here, some time, charged with stealing a cloak from the Trem >nt House. His counsel have now sa tisfied the court that beitintaie; and he has been re moved to the hospital provided for such persons. Elder Silas Lamson, who has in times past figured extensively at an eccentric geniu*, hat recently been discharged from the Lunalio Asylum,at Worcetter. He, and titter Abby Foltom. uted to be great Iriendi and co-workera in reforming this wicked world. Bishop Fenwick, of the Catholic churoh, Is sow lying dangerously sick, and is not expected to recover. He is almost worshipped by bis spiritual children, asd the most eminent medical practitioners have in vain at tempted to stay the progreas of a complication oi dis eases, which seem to he hurrying him from the world. His succcttor will be Bishop l>itzpatrick. Edward Palfray, E-q., for many years editor of the Salem Jldvsrtiisr, died on Tuesday last, after as illness of six weeks, of an organic disease ot the braio, aged 41. He was * man of fair talents, of decided oharaeter, and ot the most unspotted integrity. In his manners he was very unassuming, and invariably won the esteem and confidence of those who became intimately acquainted with him. Mr. John Hill, of Fanauil Hall Market Boston has already sold asparagu*, railed is Cambiidge by him in the open air. vunnisuciAL! Mew York, Raturday, April U. Ashes?Pots, $3 87$; Pearls, $4 18] ? $4 St. BacADiiurrs?We bear of no remarkable change in the market thit morning. The news, as far as we can lesrn, had but little effect. There were sales of Genesee reported at $6 41} for export; Southern is held at $6 a f J 13}. Wheat, ??1 17 a $1 24. Corn, M a 67 cents; Southern, New Jersey, Yellow and North River, 70 cts Rye 74 cts, weight. Cotton?The intelligence per steamer Unicorn, so long waited for by buyers in thia article, ha* at laat come to hand, and the neivs by her being of au unim Cortant character no impetus has been given to our mar et, which will probably now remain in an inactive ktate until the arrival of the steamer Caledonia, now nearly due?we, therefore, continue our quctationa :? LiTaarooL Classification. Hew Orleans Uplands. Florida. Mob'c f Texas. Inferior, ? Ordinary, 6 Middling, 7j Uood Middling, 7, Middling Fair, V. Fair, I. Fully Fail. 8. Good Fair, t Fine, none foreign Markets. Matawias, April 0?Tne Rice per Zaphyr has been stored, only 11 rs. were offered and refuaed. There bad been no arrivals ot Rice previous to her cargo, and the Stock ia now amall. Havana, April 9?Box Sugar, half and half, inferior to fair, ia dull at 6} and 8 a 6| a 0; good tq fine do 7 a 11 and 7) a 11 J: browns, fsir to geod, (it); good to fine do, 7} a 8j. No Muscovadoes in market; there ia but a slight demand for the better qualities, though from lair to com mon qualities are aougnt for. Molasses is in request at 3 rials, though holders are asking 3J n. Freights are verv dull, and ?i 10 has been taken for Cowes and a maiket. No coflee in market. Exchange on New York and Philadelphia i* at par, with but little doing. On New Orleana, S per cent prem. London 60 day*, 11 per cent prem. Every thing lik* American pro duce, more particularly Rice, i* abundant; in othar thing* buaineaa it cufBcientiy dull. Domestic Importations. Georgetown, SC?Brig Fumy Coit?M hides Spragae, ltoluisou iceo?? bale* cotton At water k Mulford?47J Spot fold, T.le.ton It eo?44 J W Phillips. MARITIME HERALD NOTICE TO tlHritAtTEM. We hope that Captains of voeaeis arriving at this port, will not d-grer any shipping litis, nawspepeis, aews, or parcels in tended (ot this often, to say persons other than the New York Piiou.or Ci|*. RoeEBT Siltet, of oar news fleet. fOKTor NICW VUH.lt, APRIL AO. icn meat ...J 16 i"J srts Moan anas 1 in MISS WAVES 1 ST B flnr Clio, Osgood, from Cardenas April tth, with 17)hhds oi'tlassee, to Beck a Rnahaidu Sailed in company with three misled achr Aurora, Martin, (or New York. Hrig Fanny Coit. Baaer, 4 days from Georgetown, SC, with rottou, to H Coit It Co. Sailed ia company with brig Qea'l Surk and achr Jalias Pringle. for New York. Behr Ana .Vl, ilall,s daya from fc'iederickabarg, with mdee, to Hitchcock li Co. ?chr .Margaret, Woglnm, 5 days from Petersburg, with mdse, to J Hunter. .Schr Peru, Baker, 4 days from La bee, with latk, to master. Sa<led ia company with lole, Wo later, for New York. Scar Aae, B.iriieu, ? days irom Ueorgetowa, with saadriae, to Biuger a Peck. S:hr Cera, Cuuer, 4 days from Newborn, INC. aavy stores. behr Splendid. Crowell. 1 days from H oat on, S W Lewie. Schr tteaown, Loved, 1 days from Uoiton, E ft J Herrick. Schr Saml Hering, White,from Cherrystone, corn. Scnr Cora, Ell wood, irom Richmond, ooal. Schr Pompero, Kidell, 4 days Irom Waeaiagtoa, NC. Schr MM Pius, Smith, from Marylaadr _ . Schr Richasoad, Casaman, 1 daya from New Bedford. Schr Elias H Hernck, C larence, 4 dsys frem Salem. Belew, I brig, 1 topaail schr. Wind blowing freeh from N C*nhM*"' O-M-a; toZTlSK; J? Ht Pac bet SHir Mabsabbt Evans, Capt. Tiaker, for London, will eeil at I* o'clock thia saorumg. Pacbet Hsir LivuarooL, Capt. Eldridge, for Liverpool, will sail le-morrow moraiag. Schb Mabtha M Fowlb, Capt. Forbes, of Waehiagtoe, N C, thence to New York, with 44S bbls naval stores, lie., he., waa cap.istd o.i the eight of the llth lust Capt Much, of the schr E S Powell, fell m w,th her on Tuesday, 5 miles north of Cape Hatter as, taking off captain and craw, who ware laahed to the vessel'a side, and broaght them into port. The veeeel waa imared ia this city lot tor It is said that the hawser of thai New York parsed, sad the saehor had to te " let go." whieh lanmii mear wMi tfc* beliefthat she h<d touched bottom. Won* ngiatd to state UuU ikt did sot touch. _ MiiimuVtwii ?Sebr Honest Tom, (of Kingston) Holaee, sailed from this about Jut 30, for St Jago Cnbu, and ap to Uc lust had not bacu board Irani. She waa neuly a vow ve.eel. No msursuce on vess? l?:freight i?ouey aaid to ba iaeured. Schr Frank Henry, of Kiugstua. before reported mieneg, waa insured at Plymouth for $IM0. It haa receutly ir.nspired that ahc arr nat at Port aa Plait. look iu a cargo ol hides. tobacco, wood, lie aad sailed about Fab 13 for Naw York. Tha cargo waa for S York account, and probably insured there Laukch.?A achr of 100 toaa. calico th ? Loredo, waa launch ed at Camden, 11th iaat by Mr. Bartlelt. bhe is to ba com manded by Capt Caleb Tnomaa. Also lauuehrd at Ba'h, reeen'lv, a fine achr of aboat 100 tona bartheu, c.lledth- Delia, for tha Chesapeake trade. Alao, a superior coppar faatsned brig by Meaara UfkJ Parian, called tl a ?'?wn, aboat 170 ton* No Sailors ? Several yaaaala arc detuned io tha port of Boa ton from scarcity ofaeamen >o mai lii-in. Ship North Carolina, Drummond, at New Orleans from Boatoa. reports, that oa tlic 27.h ult, ia lat SI 30 Ion 70 30, paas ed a ahip with her main and mixxeu mails goue, fall of water and abandoned. ?policn. MSIiipCatherine, Crane, and brie Emily, Johnaon.from New York lor Char'exon, 10th mat off Hatteraa. Urig Henry. Kilbourne, from Newburypnrt, (Feb 31.) for Sen vr.cli la<tnda and Columbia river, Much 21, lat M 3? Ion 40 10?wi.hed to ba reported. ftaTKle Th* U S Iron Steamer Michigan, arrired at Buffalo, on tha 16:h from Eric. She ia to remain in port for aorae time, for (he pnrpoae of receiving the uaual repaiia, preparatory m a seaaoa's cruuing The following ia a lut oi lier officers Commander, Stephen Champlin, Eiq.; lieuteuaota. J. P. McKinatry aud Da em McDoug.fl; acting master. W W Pollni k ; aargeou. Polar Christie ; pur.er, Wm A Bloudgood ; chief engineer, Andrew Heberd , paased midshipmen. Andrew Brysou and D R Lam bert; midshipmen, Wm A Riley, Davi l McOorkle and Win Vau Wyck ; 3d aasistaut engineers, Wm ? coil aud Naylor C Davis; 34 a.nstaat engineer. Win F Mercer; gunner, Wm Craig ; captain's clerk, George N Burr; purser's clerk, R A Baker. Whalamen, Bark Wade, at New Uedfo d. reporta:?At Rontonirv Dae 4, ships Amethyst, Bailey, NB. 1600 bbls, bound 8; Falcon, Richmond, d ?, 3100 bbls for do; Jan34, lat 37 37 8, lou 87 30 W bark Elizabeth Frith, Bishou, SU, 1 s|> wh. for NWC; about Jan 25. o!f Cape Horn, bark Roacioa, hazard, NBedford, bound iutoth* AtUutic, 1800 libls (?sp); was Isakiug 400 strokes par hour; Feb 10, lat 37 8, Ion 48 W, bark Yeoman, Goading, Ply mouth, 300 sp. A letter from the ahip Roman, Shockley, of New Bedford, dated Dec Ud, re, oris, no date, ship Ansel Gibbs. Merrihew, FH. clean; off Now Holland, nod?te; bark Pantheon, Jeuny, N B, 120 aperm and 1 rt whale ; ahips Rus'ell, Sow'a. Dart month, cle m: aaw her afterwMut boiling; 8t Gaorge, Slocu n, NB 130 bbls. Air at Provineotown, Itth, brig Franklin, Nieketson, Atlantic Ccran, 340 bbla oil. The Caledonia, at Stonington, heard from the Columbia, Crocker, NL, laat l/ec, liid taken 3 whales at NZoaland; ?ls? spoke D c 16, lat 46 36 S Ion 149 30 W Hndaou, 8 H. oil not atited; Jan 33, Hy Kne-land, N Bclean; M rch 3, lat 131) 8 Ion 31 37 W pissed a wh sh>p wi'h bright waist, (tearing 8W, ahowinga red, white and red signal. Sailed fr-jm 8ydney, NSW, October 13, Levant, Rmaall, South Seas. A slip from the New London Newi has a letter from Capt Prentiss, oftbeship Carolina, of ISL, from which we make the followiug extract Nov 11 h, lut 31 40 S Ion 71 30 ?, Carolina, Prentise, N L, 7 whs; spoke at Trutan Sept 20th, vlentor, Sweet, do. clean, rd oast; Oct 3d, lat 37 40 8, lou 19 15 E. South Boston, Hoxie, N B, 80 sp; John Jay, Harwood, SH, clean: Cletnnt a, liaiWy, N L, 80 ap, all bd eaat; 10th la' 37 37 8 Ion 36 E, Illinois, Jagger. Htl, clean; 2?d. lat 33 40 8, Ion E, Magnolia, Simmoua, N B. clean, [heard from her Nov 10th 1 wh;] 30th, lat 31 45 8. Ion 64 E, Copia, Tabor, do, 4 whs; Nov 8;h, lat 33 36 8, Ion 76 E, Lowell, Benjamin, NL, 3 wlis, and Aleit, Middleton, ditto 4 whales?saw them on the 13th, the same; 12th, Black Warrior, Chsppell, NL. 9 whales [had loal ore man, name not known, | heard from in October, Gen Williams. Ward, NL, 3 whales; Stoningto i, Hamley, do, 1 wl ; on Dutch Bank, in Sept, Robert Bouue, Baker, do, 80 bbls wh, [had lost oue man, a Portuguese, at (i.>ugh's Island ] Capt P. odd* in aposucripi?'" Whales in sight. Ship Neptune, Oat, NL, was spoken on NZoaland. Dae 10th: had been ou the ground six weeks, taken two whales, one of which >he waa then trying out; all well on board, would re cru t at Talcuahauua, and tak* another season ou North-we?t Coaat A Utter from Capt Hanrd, of bark Roaeius, of N Bedford, [rece ved by bark Wade,] reports eff Falkland lalauds, Jan srsth, with 900 bbls spSOdo wh oil, expected to beat home in Nov next. Cat t H writes that the ahip leaked 350 strokes per hon", and refers to Icttera previously written (which lave not yet come to hand) for particulars. [Catt Downs of the Wade, states that the R experienced heavy weather on tha NWCosil, but remained tight uutil near the line, on her way to Paita, when one night in fine weather, a ahock was felt, aa though tha ship h .d struck on something. In tha morniug she was found leaking, aud she continued to leak abo'-it 330 strokes per hour, up to me time she was spoken by the Wade. It was supposed she h?d been damaged by a swordlish, as she appeared perfectly sound and in good condition iu all other respects.] Shin Maine, Edwards, of Fai>htven, put into Rio, tbout March, for* supply, and remained on the 7th. Foreign Porta* Falmouth, Jam. March 29?In Port, brig Mary Ann, of aud fer Baltimore, via Montego Bay, disg. Havana, April 8?Arr, ships Attica, McDellau, Boston; barks Wallace, Young. Charleston; Amos Patten, McNear, N York; Maples, Crowell, Boston: Barings, Barton. Providence; Kllemente. Springer, Boston; Wassacumcon, Endicott, do; Maria, Baker, do; Nautillua, Talfoid, do; brig* E Churchill, McGilvery, do; Comisary, Chuich, do. OroRTo, March 13? lu Port, brigs Long Island, Thorp,from New York; Georgiana. Davis, do. Arr, Am brig, name un known?probably the Diploma, Fly, from New York. I'okto Cabkllo April 2?In Po.t. brig Jane Howes, Bailey, unc;scnr Alexandria, haudall, for New York. 3d. Kio Janeiro, March 7?Arr, bark Z D, Baaaatt, from coast ol Alricatbarki May, from ?; Candice, Gardner, for Can ton, 8lh; Josephine, Jones, unc;and othera as rep ined by he Eunomus at this port. Sid 4th, ahip Bazau, Simpson, aud bng Garnet. Collins, lor New Orleans. , ... St. Thomas, April 10?In port, ahips Washington, Matti son, for Autwerp, iu 10 days; Ferax, Putnam, for Hull, Eng. 104<1iuk; North Star, Wylie. for Liverpool, m I day.; Mon treal, rrioce, from Wales for NUrleaua; barks Rammahun Roy, Cutis, for Liverpool, in 10 days: Craton, Champion, con demned; briga Putuam, Horner, for Rio de Janeiro, loading; R W Browu. Hirkey, for Marseilles, do: Puritan, Ameabuiy, for Europe, waning freight, Olive '1 hompaou, Pote, from Bal timore, uuc; Henry Buck, Woodiide, Iroui Trinidad, do; Jaa Marshall. Carney, Irom Boa lou, do; E D Welle, Sturdevan', from Barnidoes, do, Boundary, Shackford, do do: Chaa Clif ford, Stafford, from 8>lem, co ; Jos Garham, Rippea, Jot Mayaguex, PR; schra Ocean, Uu dett, lor St Johus, Nfl, in a fewd ya; Pamlico, Full'ord, from Guadeloupe, uuc; Watch man, Winslow, do do: rer-ererauce, Wendall, from Boston, under survey, aud probably be coudemned: Wm Allen, Spaul ding, Irom Baltimore, d schg; Isabella, Kerguaon, lor Turks lalaud, aid7th; Monitor, Smith, lor New Voith, about 2Mh; b<rk Autoleon, Ward, from Liverpool lor New Orleans, aid 7tli. Sid 11th, b?rk Whiton. Cuius, for Algiers, having re paired; schr Rapid, for Wilmiog oj, NC Trinidad de Cuba, March 36?In port, bark Luciuda, for Boston; bngs Narragu>gos. Leighlon, do; Benjamin, Little field, do; Oak, Foster, do; Creole, Shibbies, fur N Kork?all to aiil on or before the !0th. llomc Porta. Boston, April 18?Arr, Fr brig Union, Pavie, Rochelle; brig Lion, Peterson, hio Janeiro, 7th ult. <.ld, ships Angelo.Btsal J Haatiuga, Sandwich Ialanda; barquea Hollander, twer, Rot terdam; John Cuver, Peudlaton, Hivana; brigs Harbiager, Brown, F-.yal; Alert, lugersoll, fort au Prmce; Georgiana, Crispin, Gunyama, PR; schr Marblehead, Bridgeo, Port au Prince; ?h<p Chailotte, Homer N Orlaaaa; bark Neptune, Cooper, Wiscaaset. to loud for 1'rinidaJ; brigs Mary H, Baatr, Philadelphia; Meumora, Finn, do; achra Native American, Goodwiu, Billimore; btranger, Bearse, Albany and Troy; Hemsr, Kent, IN i ork. Sid 17th, ships K Taylor, R Glover; bark Sultan; brigs Palm, r dw Blake, latter anppoeed for aa Eiaterii port, with her Wilmington caigo. _ . CiiAiiLif tow, April 17?Arr, brig George. Yates New Yo k. Huno.y night, off Hatten s, split sails, and w^s compelled to li/:o II h urs to repair dtmaiges. Cld, br g-. Tower, Gran tham, Cuoa; Han ley, Cor.ou, New Orleans Went to sea? Br barkTnetis. White, Liveipool; Danish brig itrauu Pnn cets Caioline, Jicobseu, Copenhagen. . GxoRoeTowM,&C, April 9?Cla brig Fauny Colt, Baker, * Mokilk, April 11?Cld ship Suian Drew, Page, Havre; btrk Rh des, HemiugtoB, Providence; brig Croton, Goullard. New York Arr ships Vlaguolia, Gray, Havre; Chevalu r, Wilson, Boston; bark Jonu Oulin, Copelaud, Boston; brig ILmma, total ford. Demarsra. . ,, , New Orlxans, April 11?Arr, ships Huguenot, Hale, 10 days from is York; Basin E Howell, Bailey, from iWobile; Ri.lt*, Chase, irom Boston; North Carolina, Drummond, from Boston; baik Odd Fellow, Hacker, from Boston; brig John Potter, Dowd. Im Philadelphia; schrs Palestine, Green, Irom Port au Priuce. Towboet Tenueaseean, '1 hempson. Im the Passes; towed down atd to sea on the 7th lnst.abipa Moun taineer an 1 Ariosto: .ssisted to sea ship Denmark. To*boat Panther, Davis, Irom the Passei; towed down aud to sea n the "th inst, sh PS Alleghany and Yaxoo. Below, coming up, ship Viola; barks Thetis tuid Lubec. Cld. steamship. Ne . York, Phillips, Gslveston; ship Orlando, Peikins, Pniladel phia; barks Strafford Hobsou, Havana; i>cretto Fish, bick more, New York; brig Chinchilla, Robinson, Savannah; senrs Ashley, Bradley, Apelachicela; Ociavia Churchill, de; sloop Ann is, Cooper, Bruos hentiaso. British ship coromandel, which haa beeu some ;ime on the bar, has been compelled to lighten, and up to (o'clock, AM, on the U,h inst. i29 bales cotton bad be. n taken l'.om ner. The Chesapeake, which went down a few days ago, is badly agronnd ou the bar, drawing 17X 'eet water, and is laying iu 6 feet forward, will be com C'led to lighten before sne con begot oft. The Bremen ahip oatibe is also badly aground on the bar, aad it ia thought she will also havs to lighteo. ... _ ? New Bedford, April 17?Arr schr Industry, Kelley, Balti more. 8ld (J S cutter Jackson, ou a cruise. Below schr 8aga dahock, (of this po t, late ol Machias) Heron, for Charleston. New Haven, April 18?Arr schr Gold Hunter, Mansfield, New York; slooit Franklin, 'Ihomas, do Bid brig May flower, Stevens, West Indiei; schrs Cleopntrn, Burroughs, I hiladelphia; kival. Thi mpeuu, do; J Merrit, Kelaey, Albmy. Nkwport, April 18th?(Office ol ihe Herald and Rhode la lauder l?Arr scurs William Heury, Wade, Thomaaiou, New York; Michigan, Pitetson, Province town; Victoria, Gneae, T'oy, Providence; Luciuda, Whittimore, EaatMaahias, New Haven; Mechanic, Sawyer. Machias Poit, do; MarinBn, Ben sou, Camden, New York; toarah Ripley. Hawtou, Beetou, Delaware; Equity, I'aiee, do, New Voik; Patnpt, Crocket, Thomaatou.de. sloops Arioe. Miller, New York, Provmce town; Henry Gibos, Gibbs. F.li Ri. sr. Hattlord 17th, achr Darius, N eketson, Boston, Providence; sloops Moses Edily, Bliven, Providence, New Yarn Hudson, Winslow, New Bee ford, Providence; Heroine Snow, Harwich. Hartlordi Temperance, Uavis, Somerset. New * ork. UU, schfe ??net, Hitcbaa, Fait Hiver, Philndelpnia, Elisabeth Baker, do,l?al timore; Abraham Browu. Uayis, so for do; Spartugua, ^ndsr. sou, Scituats, Wssbmatsn. NC; sloye Nimrod. Crandall, Croton; Time, SajlerTFall River, Suybrook; Kiensi, Duifee, New York, Providence; Auu ? Holmes,Biows, Alosay, rsll n'rVoviDEMru, Awil 17-Arr schrs Oannet Smith, New Or leans; Challenge, Washington, NCl Muldah Ann Weat, Spel man, AJbanvi sloops Rising Sun. Coleman, Alnany; iisro, Seedier, dot Ohio, Sherman, loxackie; Sylph. Tuttle, New York. Sid sloops Adouu.llawkina, Albany, vie Stonington) Empire. Dayton, i*ew York; Hy Gibbs, Gibbs, Hartlord; Hero. Comatock, Uncasville. . _ . . Portland, April 16?Arr bng Freighter, Knight, from Ma tanxas; schr Uelawaie, l'rott, New k oik. Richmomd, April l??Arr brig Carthage, Knap p. from L?y arpool;senrs Lynrsnd, T<al, Wilminxton, NC; Thomas Ire land, somen. New York; Oen Scott Bogirt, New York; Wm Thompson, Crowsll, Fall River. Sid schr Jeiome, Parker, SavAivnAW, April I^Arr brigs Perseveruoce. Baxter, Bee. ton; Osage, Hall. Boston. Mih.arr Br ship Encimntrcas. Phil lips, Liondon. Went to ses, brigs Psrsevsranes, Bsxter, Bos ton; Osage, Hall, do. vVaremais, April 14?Arr, se'ir Lark in. Cherbaak, Rich mond; New Delight, tilbfes, Baltimore; Taleat, Boaton; sloops Erie, Bourne,New Kork; Excite, New York. by bail Might i Soutfccn Mail. Ltwii, D.l, April 17-Tt* barha Mur* Jum, Tor New Or leans; Sophrnou, for Boaton ; brigs Monro*, for Trinidad da ( om, (,l r?, for W? ladtai; icJiis Lagrange, for Richmotd; (K Croix, Hichird, and Mox.irt, for Botion, went to aoa thia foraaoou. In era ara no retaols at (ho anchorage, and nothing ?a tight bound m. Philadelphia, April 19?Arr, barks Mohawk, Waaka, M days from Oporto; race, Wilkina, from Furto Cabollo, April 3.1. Imogens, B <krr, fin Boaton; brigi Ida, Huiaoa, t dajr? Irom Port an J'rincc, Kour brothera, bUtar, Iroai No* Urlaana. April 1, experienced a heavy aqaall from N W which aplii Jib Mid foreaail. April J4, let M ft N. loo M ? W, apok* brig U*a Pioekwy, bonud to Baltimore. April 11, lat m 4?, loo 7t M, paaaedan America* fri( ,te, standing to ih* eastward?saa* any, (poke achr M?dw?y. from Ci*ofa*go*. for Halifax April II, passed a largo qaantuy of mmboi; IJUi. Cap* Hatteiaa bear ing aW, It milea. paaaed a qaantuy of barrela. Dacamin Mal ?on, from Ponce, I K; Prairie. Human. Irom Maw Orleans; Mr brig Jam** Claik,Joo**. from ?almonth, Ja; ?chra Atlaa tic, i rMiii' t, from Ti?oid??l ^wh?; 1 iihor, >ort>.aro Irom Newport < Id, barks Louiaa, WlLgher, Harau*; Santa*. Mara.oj, Charleetou-, briga Captain loin. Sm.iley, Jhuutu, Atchalalat a, Parker, fcaau>o?l; Palm. Udrjdg*. buaton; klita, VZZ'AZZ: iraino pxiRmiR ow thb iumo, WINER'S ARCANUM EXTRACT. ASA SPRING rUKIblER OK THE BLOOD, this me dicine cannot be surpassed, working m *?? throeah the system with ? silent and effective lorn-, cleansing the Blood Man.of mg Dyapepuc ludueu. ea. Soothing tha Neves. H* moving 1strrnal Obstructions and Diseases that woe'dotfcce wiaa cause lujury to the Li\er and Langs. WIiMfc.H'8 ARCArsL'M EXTRACT ia alro a < for all 4iiaim srisia ai Scrnfuls or I Skin, Pimples Boara, Ulcara c also, for affection* of the Liver. Dyaieusia Dilution ol thi* Heart, loan ataudinir Khe Gout, ud <.11 L hrouic and Ne-voua Compl debilitated conituationa. Ita anuilicity r. commenda Vke'a' i of it to pareuta whose children ara afflicted with uy dueaaa <1 tha blood or (kin, or whnae consiitu'ions hire bean iajared lane heutd ilinraa and the uirot data erioaa medicines aa n will effect jallv i'urif>- the bl od and renoraia the ayatem, ai & where aymptoms < f scrofula ara in i ha least drgree ruibla. thia medicine, if properly administered, will moat surely extant i . nata it Thia medicine if much cheaper, plaaaauter, ud warrant* t sap* rior to any oil er aold. The followinr certificates are ae I acted bom among matv others in possession of the pre prietora. For further |iaiticuUra and conclusive evidence of the rale ? and efficacy ol this medicine, ate pamphlets, which may t ? obtaiiied of agents gratis. Philadelphia, Jan Ith. IIM. Mr. E. B. O. Kinsloa?Sir: I have tried the Areannm E tract which >ou eitolled so highly, aud fiadital|. aid mdead much better hau you recon)m*nded it to be. Pr?vi. as to my taking the Arcanum, 1 was completely covered with blotckaa, no p.trt ol? my bodf or limbs hamg ? templed, and beaide I ail greatly afflicted with the Piles before 1 had used the An* bum one week l'ie blotches be*au to diappear, and my pdee to become eaar. I am now in better health than I have bean for a number ol yeara, aud all owing, 1 am truly convinced, to tha ua ol Wiarr'i Arcanum. 1 can concsientiously recommend it aa one of the very beat medicuirs lor scrofulous affections or eruptions I ever heard of Yours, truly, L. A. BLODOET, M South 3d at .. ...... Philadelphia. Jau. II. 1M. Mr. E. B. G. Kinsloe?Sir?Believing thet Winer's Areannm Extract is well calculated to afford relief to thousands who ara now sufferinc, I feel compelled, in accordance with my principles of philauthropv and humanity, (much a> 1 dislike to have my name peradeu before the pmblic aa a puffrr of anjr patent medicine,) to stata.a ease which came under my tn immediaate obaervatiou. My little grauaaon, about three years of age. haa bean afflict ed with a breaking out all over kis body and face since he wag two mouths old. Several physicians wrra called in to see him, and t iey all pronounced it an hereditary scrofulous affictiM. He was a conauint aoure* of anno'-auce to hit mother. aa1 at times apiiartutly suffered the most intsnse pain himself. One of his brothers hiving died about three years ago alter having had the "White Swelling,' it was feared bv the family that this child would soon follow him. After having usad all lha Scrofulous Medicine within my reason, I chanced to aea an ad vertisement for th* sale of " Wind's Arcanum." 1 pare based a bottle, and after hivug need it three weeka, the bo? is en.ire. ly free fro n any eruptions, his gener.il health is maeh improv ed, and he ia now pronounced by Physicians to be cared. The child may be seen at any time, by cabling at No. M South Wth street. lam, air. Your very gra'efel servant, ROBERT *UREY. Price, $1 per bo'tle, or sis bottles for (V Prepared by John Winer <t Co., (I Maiden lane, N. Y., sole Prop* irtora for the United States. Hold by Wyatt He. He-chum, 111 H niton etreets R A. Sanda, IN Boweiy, corner of Spring; J. W. Bsssett. Ml Broad war, aud J fcJ. (Joddington, 30) Hudson, corner of Spring, la Brooklyn, by Mrs. Hays, 139 Vol ton street; J. B nee, 37 James street; F. T. Quirk k Co, comer Columbia and Atlantic, and Dr. Steane, 1(4 Fulton street In Albnuy. by 8 F. Ph-lps, U 8tate street. Phil idelphm. T. W. Dyott kCo, 131 Nona Se cond atraet. aud E. B G Kinsloe, 309 Chestnut street. Balti more, Charles Wi.emun. New Orleans, Bertraad It Sues. Richmond, Va., Gnynor, Wood It Co., mo by Druggists gaue rallv throughout the country 4) lm*m DK. CON VERS' INVIGORATING CORDIAL. FOR GENITAL DKBIL1TY. IMPOI ENCY. INCON TINENCE, OR NOCTURNAL.EMISSIONS, fce. This celebrated and powerful remedy lias been uaed with meet happy effect in t*epractice < f the moat eminent physicians sad surgeons inthe British empire, France and Germany. Indeed, so remvkable were ihe cares, that the lue " Sir Ashley" hail ed it as the "harbinger of life." The use of this cordial fully ; sustains the high encomium. The highest med cal authority in the United States recommend it as superior to any other anide for the permanent cure of the above distressing coj plaints.? Tne proprietor does not offer thia remedy as a Cathalicon but as a specific for the following deplorable affectious, vie: the canst queucea of early* indiac.-eet. secret habits of youth, ana excessive indulgence ol the passions ia riper years, general physical prostration, uervoua irritability, torpor of tbe liver, dyspepsia, loss of muscular energy, weakuess of back and lower sxtremitins, lassitude, nocrurn"! emissions, gleets and iaapo> tency, premature and tot\l deeay of virility, melancholy, aber ration of mind, confusion of ideaskloss of memory,, dimnaaa of : vision, pain in the head, vertigo aid lunacy, aversina to social intercourse, timidity, self-distrust, aud love nfsol tude. Huadredsef caaes ol sudden decline or cousumpt on may be traced to the above baneful practices. Young men in cities, and particularly ia the country, where these solitary hsb'ts pr? vail to an a'arming extent; and those, too, whose matrimonial alliances have notoeen productive ofthose happy'esults which should at'end the connulial a tat*, will peic?ive that this adver tisement treats nf an important subject to them If you would be relieved from the above named evils and be j restored to manly vigor, de'ay not to procure tli sconhil. 'J he hints and full disclosures which sccomp ? meJieme re highly important to the mairi'd and sinf: r $2 pet b tie; (IP hslf dozen; nr $30 per dozen. N B?'trangers in the city, befnre leavi procure a faw bottles ot this cordial, which will I ud eminently serviceible in a warm and debilitating cli where iheae disorders are rreatly aggravat-d, andtbesy* idly decays. ?eld. wholesale and irtail. by J. O JAY niton street, ' Lamp Store, Sun building. New York. The " Ccidial ? will be forwarded to any partoflhn city or country by addressing as above, post pin , umvunt eu cloeed. Also, fbr sale by Dr. Wadswonh, 43 North Main street. Pro vidence, R I ; at 138 Washington street, Boston; No. 4 Broad way, Alt>?n-;and ofMaichlissi, Utica N Y. ' N. B.?Thephysieian m y be consulted personally, or by letter poet paid, at 136 Fultea street. New York; entrance to the offlce thr. u<h the store. alt 1m*r UKN. ?ltt UKOKUR COOK M.O. L.L.JU. CONSULTING PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, fj p p j q E? NO. 8 NORTON STREET, ALBANY, N. T Dn.Cooxr mar be confidentially conautiel dmlr *t No. I Norton atreet, Albany, N- Y. Office hoan irom < A. M. ma til MP. M. Medical Advice?As it ii ilwm infMiit to stall m ?em cm of an experienced and skilful physiom?call on im celebrated Dr. Cooke, No 3 Norton itreet. Alb in y ? Mediea) and Surgical Joaraal. REIIDKHC1, AT STANW1X HALL, ALBANY, N t. JUNCTION or THE BOSTON WITH THE itfftLS MIUM*. fU lm'rc BARTINE'S LOTION. A N UNKA1L1NO CURK in all cue* of gout, rhnumatlsm, ^ swelliugs. dislocations, fractured boues, bruises,cuts,oe? tunous, attended with pain and inflammation. poisonous bites and stints, knrns, scald?. chilblsins, corns, bunions, wonnds of every description, it affe dt immediate and permanent relief. It la, perhaps, the only article that can be drpended upon for the cure of those pains in the back end side asnally pro duced by taking cold after violent exertion and ovethoatiMt. For glandular tumors, lumbago, erysipelas, nognorm, end all kinds of erup<ious on the skin, it is an excellent remedy. Foe fere* and a* ic, ague in ihsiac-, too h>ache, cramp* in the sto mach, aud he*.l-ache, it acta like a charm, lint above all in tlio enre ct tmdmoua and capsular injuries, sprains, Im , it is inapproachable. Traveller*. boatmen and sea captains ahoald never be without it. Price 7S canti p-r bottle. Principal Depots 313 Brondwiy, 2 doors above the Hoepital| asdtM Walnut street. Philadelphia. inrlO ltn*r Medical Aid. REMOVAL. DR. GREGORY has removed from Gold street tot Roos* velt, one door from Chatham street.where he may be cob suited confidentially aj usnal, at all hours. " There are few, if any medical men among us. tSat know better now to manage thjae difficult and delicate diaordnre wbich strangers are liable to contract while visiting onr city." Dr O. has published a treatise up u atcrvt habits and diseases, called the Rubicon'*?it is iutended for the nse of patients of either sex. It not only treats of caring diseases, bnt wh'tls mnch better.it point! ouic'eirly the means of preventing thou fool disorders at which human baton shudders tothiukof; on this account alone the hook is wo>th more than all other vnblications of the kind. It is sold by the author as above.? ?*riee,JO cents O./-To females this little bosk will proves friendly and confidential advisor. It is also for sale at the following drag stores:? No. It William afreet, u*ar Maiden lane. SI and IM Fulton atreet. Both corner* of Chambers street and Broadway. No 13 Bowery, coraerof Walkeratreet. 77 East Broadway, corner of Market street, and 146 Delancy street, corner of Suffolk street. null lm*rc Maoical Advice. PIOCTOR LAMEHT is still confidently consulted at Ma AJ old office, (3 Or, IJ arrest, between Fhlton and Beekman, on all diseeasn of a delicate nature ; hia treatment being mild and judicious, requires neither mercury, restraint in diet, or hindrance from business puisuits. Recent cases cared ia 1 or DEBILITY, NERVOUS OR CONSTITUTIONAL,art object being to restore th- svatem, mrntilly and bodily, to that state of vigor nature originally designed. STRICTURES, a disease frequently existing without th* patient being the least iware, sometimes caused by mat Baa* meat of uninitiated medical pretenders, and aomenssss by too neglect ol the parties themselves, are, by the Dr. effectually cured, without pain or inconvenience. Tne Docter heinr one of the lew qualifled advertising Sur (eons In the city. anareatees a perfect cure, or no charge mane. Letters, p^st palC enclosing a fee. immediately attend^ to, gad medicine, with advice, sent to any part of ih* Uaitod Offi-eBJ Gold street. Open from I A. M. to I P. M. jitiyy nOCTO* CORS1TT. Member of the University of Wow JL? York, also menibor of the Medwal Society, hae /asanvsd his officefroisi MOmmstreettoIOIIvevstreet.nearLhatfcnaa ?nam?nuy be coneolted confidentially on alt diseases of a icate nature- Strangers sre informed that the Doctor hue exclusively confined his practice, from being general, to tho treatment ol certain clasesn of diaeaaee, (now over thirteen yvnr* in the city of New York,) which eagnaes his entire at tention. Th* annaJs of medicine do not record gre?ter snccoee than is to be found in his practice. The Doctor cantiona tho nnfortunnte against the use of mercury, as it hns its thousand* of victim*. Recent easss are removed m throe or fear dm from the system. Those protracted and msltreatnd cases that ham been under tho treatment of physicians less exparioeeod, be sure to And prompt relief by c J ling on Dr C. A prao Sof many years hae eeublished the Doctor's reputation for and respectability. Stricture![enrage the Doctor's pro found attention. A medicine may be l?d to prevent a certain diaeaaa in any of iu forms. Open from 7 A. M to II P. M. feh7fm oa*r THIHJJ EDITION. PRIVATB TREATISE, BY DR. RALPH, f\ It CERTAIN DISEASES, in which tho beet and meet U eon ven lent menna of ears are stated m die plnineet pnani ble manner (th* preeenptiona naed in the aathor's own praotie* oetaa fivea without reeorve); giving also s clear and faithful description of several innocent disorders frequently mwtnkea forveneirsnl. which afcrd a wide field for the extortions and dncoptions . f a well known boasting class of people. Few are awuan of tho numerous and varied sources of dossp tion which exist on this subject. Tn b* had only at M Greenwich street. Price $1. (Sent by poet, unbound.) f S. Awureof the opinion in reneral enti named el tboea who obtrude their skill upon thg public (mnltitndee of whoa ?rn soon in almost every paper), it is considered sdu trio I ive the following statement as the ground on whieh this little book claims espeeisl confidence:? Ben idee the author's rank as Graduate of Edinburgh,lta^-h? former works via. The " Domestic Guide to Medieinn/1 which _ has paased through several editions; n Tien tisnon Dyspepsia,on the Epidemic < holera,kc ,fcc..he heateo timomal letters from the most eminent physicians of Barafs t* the most eminent in America ??-**? this eity, Dr. lliidu which ia most gratifying, ** ?jj2ljhgjtju^ffaii??eii JAMES gkordon ihrmrr, mtidiM etuu or mtw m mum imM