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Mcjnrtb wcM currier of Kultoii *nd luun M?.
DAILY HKilALD?Krery day, Price 1 can P*r ?o?f?
M [*r lai-uni? payable in adrMice.
WKEKLY 11KKALD?Every Scturdnjr-ftice ?M eenu
H' ropy?$3 UKceuta tier aquum?payable in advance
HERAl!) FOR El.'ROPK-Everv Steam lf*ek? <UyPrici
cerM per ropy?%S pel annum, including postage,
or S3 25, exclmive oi'pntaie, -payable in advance. Babecnp
Cious aurt ddv?rti?ememi will ^e received by. Meeer^ U?uU
nam. 18 rue Vivienne, i'arie : P. L Simooda, II Gomhill, and
J?A NN UaL'hpI^^rYaL^OTRALD?Pnbl i? hod on the
fct of launary of eacli year?single copie* eiipence ?**" . .
ADVERTISEMENTS, at the n.nal pnce^?alwayecash u,
advance. Adverti?ement??hould he written in n plain, legible
manner. The Proprietor will not be reaponwbl* lor error# thai
"TH.TNflWo"oF >11 kind* nicilid beautifully art with
A it letter* or communications by mnil, addressed loth*
proprietor of the r?i?hl ihment, must be poit paid, or the pott ur
will rtedii-iedfmm the anharrtmina immt remitted
** _* ^ FXf'UR.SlONS?The Klegmt and Commo
SwK3?t53ai? dions st?am<r ION, will leave Pier No. I. N.
R. nt lOH. A. M , nad <W P M ; *nd on ami after Moiida'-,
the ?ucli imt., will lrnvu daily ?t 10 A. M , and 1 P. M until
further notice. alt 7t*re
p_iif ji r*?Eastern Mail, via New tin*
<v?iiG?*mveii. H*r fo-d, Springfield anl intermediate
t laces. Letter* and Newspapers car'ied ou the above mute*
"I* EE. By *r?air.bnn'Traveller and Hartford ^)ew Haven
and ' piingfield Railroad?Leave* Naw York daily, at 8
o'clock, A. (VI.
Lett r bag* will be kept open nt the office of the Courier
Mid En<iui>er, Herald, Tribune, Kipres*, and Burgas* Stringer
St (JoV. until 8 o'clo-k, f. M. Letter* and Newspaper* received
o*t board the boa', un'il the hnurol starting. A "pecial
Ag?n' ia set through to 1 priugfield daily. Editors are requested
to h iva their p?oer* (or dittributiou ou the route aent
(board 'he steamer Traveller, by 6 o'clock A. M.
e'ters nd Newspaper* by thi* route will retch their destination
>2 honrsiu advance of the U. S Mail.
_sl57r?m J. W. SULLIVAN.
r .. ~}MFrr 1rents?Th'eltgan'sleirrer ANVEJiatieitiwieLOP:''..
Oapt. Van Wickle, leaveathe fo <t of
RobiiM'Mi strt'tt. ueit above Barclay, daily ?t 3 P. M for New
limns* icU, landing ai R'<**rille, Woodbridge. Totten's, Peith
Amhoy.niid French's?Passenger'take stages direct for Cranbury,
Croaa Honda and Spotawood.
Return in*, i he Antelope leave* New Brnnawick atV before
7 A. M Breakfast on board. All deicription* off eight
taken on rem'liable IMN, ?aa 6t*rrc
n .vJfSiroy*! Lonit Branch. Ruuiom Dock, Brown1* Dock,
v, tfviXmWet> Middlrtown and Red Bulk.?The Steamboat
ORUS, C. Price, Ma*ter, will run a* follow*. from Fultor
Market Slip, Ea?t River ;?
Leave New York Leav* Shrewsbury.
O'clock. O'clock.
Friday, 44, at 1 AM. Friday. 21, at 2 P.w.
Saturday, 2J, at 7% A.M. Saturday, 2i. at 3 P.M.
Sunday, 2ti,at 8 A.M. Snuiliy, iti, nt 4 P.M
Moodiy, 27, at 7 A.M. Monday, 27,i?tlfl^AM.
Tu?*day, ?8, at 7 A.M. Tucsdny, 28. at II A.Vl
Weda-aday, M, at 8 A.M. Wrdieaday, -29,at lli? A M<
Thursday, 3n, at 8 A.M. Thursday, 30, at 12 M.
The Line Hi^ufea will ran to Howell work*, 6<:u..m Villng<
and Freehold. Stave* to convey passenger* to all part* ol' the
N. B All perauo* art forbid trusting tlie above boat on ae
count of the Owner* J. P. ALLAIRE.
e2 3"c*rc
Oceau Hoa.se. I'. VV. Schauck's, Highlands,
Runaoin and Eatoutown Landing. Thr steam,
boat F.D WIN LEWIS, i apt. Hayuei, will ran a* follow*,
from loot of B 'relay street, North river:
Leave New York Leave Shreunburv,
O'clock O'clock.
Saturday, 25,at 3 P.M. Monday. 27,at9XA.M.
Tuesday, 2*,at 9 AM. Wednesday, 29,at K>i'A.M.
Thursday, i 30, al II A.M,
Hinges will or hi rraumra* uu uir arrival ui uir uoai hi cuuv?v
p"Meiiiim to all uarts of the coautry.
fc'nr I'm liter particulars apply to F, B. Hall, at cue office on
the whaif ?1 3'U*rc
Si.llbll l&LAlNl, fC-IVIll- \Ju Ml
-*? *:*> alter KHIDAV, Sept. 10th. 1817, the ateam.
\??li make the following trip? unit further uotice
.it *. 9. 10, P. A. M.-, and 1, a, in, minutes put 3 aid at 4, 5,
6,7, o'n'nelr, *. M.
lkave quallantine.
At I. 8 4 14. 11, A. M.. anil I, 2, S, *, 6. W. Y.
New Yuiii Se ;t._ltH. _ ?8
,*-? VIOil.NI >G LINE A 7 O'CLOI.K,
r_wdt-?^l',OR ALBANY AND TROY, landing at
at^GMMMHBtaCaldweili, Westpowt, Newbur*, Hampton.
Milton, P.xmhlieeiisie. Hi lif Park, Kiu^aton, Upper Redhooa.
Bi h'ojii:, B Ufol, Catskiil. Hud?ou. I.oaaankie, Kinderhooc
ami Dil im'ire Lindiiiv?.l li un noud itreet.
Le, vee New York, Tue.dav.Ttmradai and St'arday, at 7
o'clock. A. M. B rakl'ac and Diu-ier on b >arj the boat
T .? low pressure Steauib at NIAUAKa. (Japi. m L. Kello^a
mi Kite t e Steamboat Tier foot of Barclay nrret.
Tuesdays. Thursdays, .1.1 Mvturilays, at seven o'clock, A.
(L e'lin-im < !! >M WMMdays.
For I'uute or freight, apply ou board, or to V. B. Hall at*
the offic* oi t1 wharl. sltire
r ??J*>>l-'OK ALBANY AND TROtf, and iuter
tWrfcl?i*?iW me diaf Landings.
The Srr^mrrTROY i? a>hid hrger thin aiir other Day
Boat ; and ill point of speed, safety. "id cominofliouMeas is
actua ly U'lsnrpiaaed. No steamer ever nct|aiieil more universal
Hud enduring popul irily, or retained in greater perfecti
>n tlioje ?uimtau:ial ticelleucici whic.'i really deserve
p?l?l C HI t .
I- ;, e f'uty Cents.?Breakfist and Dinner on board the Boat
i l,r U.v pressure steamboat TIlO\, Captain A. Uoracui,
w ii Inive tne jte.mlioat pier foot of Barclay stieet, Mondays,
Wedueidayi, mid Hriduyt, at ieveu o'clock A.M. reurn
in* on he opposite da vs.
Vor piss-He or frci. lit, aiply. on board, of to K. B.Hnll, at
tilt' 0MC6 on WM? w'lWl. s'filC
I'toi'i fcT'S < i?N Cj 81'e.AMBOATS KOil
r evfilfc ^ ALBANY. Daily, Sundays Kxceped ?
i^wMbi&a Tnrongh Direct?At 6 o'clock, P. M., from
the Pier between < onrriaudi ami Liberty streets.
Sie.mbist ISAAC NKVVTON, Capt Wni H. Peck, will
Icuvr mi Monday. Wednesday, and Friday eveuings, at 6
Steamboat HENDRIK HUDSON, Car*. R. O.Cin<tenden
* ill leave ou Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings
at 6 q'clocli
At hive O'clock. P. M.?Landiug at intermediate place*?
from the foot of Btrc'ay ttreer
Steamboat ROCHESTER, Capnin It H. Knrrv, will
leave ou Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Mnudav aflsrnootis.
at."ireJTi.ilT-<it SOUTH AMERICA, Capt T.N Hula*, w.li
leavens Tuesday, Thursday aud Saturday afternoons. nt -j
The above boats will at all times arrive in Albany iu araule
lime for the Morning Cart for the East ci Wear.
Freight tiki-u at mod.-rate rite.:, auduoue taken alter 4X,
OVIork. P M.
,l All persons are fu bid (rusting any of the boats ol thin
li i . without i w ritleu or'le- Ironi the captains or amenta.
Kor p'ti Ri or freight,at"-''on board the bjats, or to P. C.
8CHULT i. at the oiBc? rue wh- (Ark
T ' 4 Ib.iny, Utica SI 50; Syracuse, $2; Oswego;
.leifcNWw 13: Rochester. S2: Buffalo, S2; Cleveland
{.i. Detroit,$4; Milwaukie, $7 75; (-liicago, S774; Cincinnati,
$7 75; Toronto and Hamilton, Si; Whitehall, $2; Montreal,
(1; 1'ituburg, $7 75
U.iii. \ ID" Barclay street.
/<ny s'cnritv required will be giveu lor the fultiluieut of all
eontr-cs in- de wuh this company.
an 25 30t*rc M. L RAY, Agent | New York, 1117.
??.-??. NOTICE.?Por (he better accommodation
r Nof the public (is the days a-e becoming
* u3a>'io rex), ilie Steamboat NEW PHILADELPHIA
mil, ou and afitr Monday next, leave New Brunswick
at 2fl in'nnie.t before 7 o'clock, ar.d New York at 15 miuntea
pi i I i.'cl"< U, stopping at the regular laudioga.
'p.e ItARIT vN will continue at her old hours, at 7 o'clock
Iroin New Bru swick and '4 before 3 o'clock Irom New
York, ru-.ning ihr.iugh without stopping.
Both boat* Te'ive from the foot of Barclay street.
Kur hi ili? Nrxv I'l.ila UI|iln:i. centi; lUrnan, 1ZX renta
Hen Brumwic?.W>pt. 8. WIT # JOt'rc
.Mm jgJ* CONKY ISLAM D iKKKV.?'The well
< V?i n ' ill G??. H Power, will rur reuu'arl; durinJt
pie eenso i to Coney Uland, lending at Kort Hamilton, a< (nf
lowi:?l<eivini( PitrNo t, ut 10, 1,4. Aline Cotil'ion Baud
MComp IIid the boat. au4 45t*re
-r-n- . TO W INO?The new and powe I'ul rteata7
JACOB BELL.t apt K. Yutr?, a,id IIK
?'ai|itiM ii J. P. PAK?H, will be in
Cnuatint n-ailiiiea? f >r Towi ( Veiifl?to and from tea, and
al>< ut ihr Il irbor, ou 'lie moat rra*uu.tbie terma
Ail "id- >? tl;auk u'ly teceired and pui.rtu.-illy attended to
Apply Ui the i'ld eaubliaheil 8t'*m T w-Buat Office, No 75
S ii|/i a'rcot, c n er of Maiden lar? upataira.
Th B<i its lay et?v ni*ht at the foot of Orind atreet, K.R.,
awd t if ill * *y? iu rrnlineaa at ? inmn*iii'> notice,
N.B ?All iierto'ia are fo'Hid triu'uiK the almve boata ou
arenunt of >he owneri. W.N k T. M. POUOHKRfT,
?9 10 *rc Nil. 75 Si.uth cor Maiden lanr.
?tE~*M ? <? HAVANA?lo Mil
S/ - a M client the 12th of Oct"b?r. (the po?i i?e itay
/'"f, ]'' *f! IV tk V. ill he 5tati d bere^ft'T ) lh? new a'd iiow.
' ,ul ,r" s"'mr> OU\D\LUlMVVl.,
>-ulrSaiSBSiwfind tona meaaurement, built m l.iTr'|<<>j|.
Her c h n< ?re now lieinv fitted up. with erer? -e?ard to comfoit,
vrnlil.'tioD. r.d elejf^nce, and the table will be liberally
auppjird uudi'r ih? anperlnteno'ureof pro'eaaed coolu.
(" area S7ft in -tate lto>mi mi Saloon Dei lt.
(GO in forward and alt and upper deck cabiui, mc
iid<ii|{ wine.
Tor fnrther particular* apply to the conaim'e.
all ?0t*PI ! ' \v. SIMONKS. <1 ve?r_?t_
r f-frt^i roil LIVERPOOL?To Mil theGih Or.
/firm? % 'ob?r?1 he new new iron ateamalnp SAUAH
** A N l>ft' Wm C. Th"mu#o?, m ?ier,
?Jjn wiMaailaa above For freight or imaaage,
aflrnminodatioui nniu'p.iaspu I'ore.egaiiee
and onremenoe, app y to
?M '? rc KQDT. K?> MIT.7B South ?t.
UNt' ' V- KKTH M)H
MnM^ NK W <)KLI".\iN 8 fiie following well known,
zAwjAw'm*! BMiluiflr iad fnvorit* pallet ahips n.iee fiecommodufi
a in.mirpitaeil for cnhiu aeennd rnb>n auil 'eei>fe jh#gel*.
au4 will o?itiv?lv ami m advert.ted, or rvuMaice fre?,
I'he Foster 7th
The OHWKOO. I *in. nueraoll, Orcober Ith.
1 hf OA I. bs > -i. ( ant. Demit* Orrnlioi I Ith I
prr-oni wiahinK to proceed to New Orleans, will do well
;oseeu p*<?.i?c by rnher the abore packeti, aa thev are *1)
r" Ha<? ?hi|m, i-mnmaiided by mm eiperienced iu the trade,
tad w II a* I pune'nally on their appointed days. To Menrt
hpr'hi, apply on board, or to
,? W h I T.TAPBCOTT. MHmthat.
%V^8V LI V KHP<MlL ?The Milrnilii f'tt tailing and
m m * St ' -I i> B fornith, will
nulhr v nil from New York n Monday, Sept J7th, nd
from l.iyerpool oil 'he llihof November Periotii ahmit piorerHiuu
to Knrop*. or thoae withing to sen* 'or their frli-m'a,
the ni l miUr etily application on hoard at the fo. t of W?ll
atrert, ?t u. W. k J. T. TAPS' OTT,
W Wnwth ?freet
Orl< K? Prket ?hn> OAK It ll K lioin l.i er?'
fV o I, \? ilnrh 'giuii niKter K'netal order at Orleani
tt'imtf'm ~l"'r n treet.
All Ki>od? not permitted will pueitiyely be tent to the public
(tore. ? '
N?w Yoa*. September 31. 1817.
The unutiiformed Militia of the Oity of New V'oik. (which
embraces all the able bodied white male citnena berweeu (he
our* <>f II aud <5 yean, who hare not commuted, and who are
lint members of an uniform company, or exempt by law) w.|>
take notire of the following regimental orders, to assemble for
company parade nod martial exercise, on Moud iy, the 4th of
October neat, at the time aud place* thereii atated, in compliance
w th n act of.he Legialatuie of the Slate of New Ynrk,
entitled "Au act for the o*K*imition of the First Diviaion of
the New York *<t?te Militia," paaaed May 6th, 1847, and they
are hereby notified < f their enrolment.
''oirmand.uta of Br-gadea, Reuiments and Companies
will direct all officers and uon-coinuussi?ued officers of
each uniformed company, to attend the pvade iu uniform or
uud/eat. Sulialterca and non-cummitsionfd officer* will aid
the commandant* <>f companies in the exercises of the day. No
peraou will be permitted to learc hia c mpany without permisaion
of hii commanding officer until iun flown. Pursuant to
aaid act, each coinnundut willaffix inch penalties furolfencea
Mid delinquencies a* the statute requires, opposite the na>ne of
the person so delinquents offending A <ourt of Appeals for
each regiment, to hear eieusa*. will be held at the time and
place stated at tlie end of the Hegimental Ordera Bv order of
R. C. Wctmori, Dir. Inspector
4tii amd 6th Wlllll.
I'ur uant to the above Div sion Orders toil tn? act therein
mentioned the turn liiormed privstes of the several companies
of this regiment, will assemble * ithin their resistive Comiwny
Dutiict* on Monday, die 4tli day of October next, at 10
o'clock, A. iV]., for Company parade, Inspection and martial
exercias s armed aud rqmppao according to law, a' the place*
designated foi each District respectively, a* follow*:? .
Comp.iiy A District?Josep'i Craig, Commaudwt, within
a line bounding Hpiuce, C'iff, Hague, Pearl aud I hsilmin
(trreti, known a* ill* Kir?t k'.lecti n District <4 the 4th Wa d,
opposite >h*k?p?*re liotel, comer of Duane aud William st*
Ci mpa' y B Diatric ? Alexander ? astle. ''ommaudaut,
with>ii a line bounding Kerry street, Peck Slip Sou h, Roosev.
It, OaU, IVarl, Hague and Clifl streers, known as the Kouith
E'ect<on District of the 4th Ward, tithe comer ol Dover aud
I'e irl streets.
Comp-u)- C District?Thomas W McLeay, Commandant,
within n liue bounding Koaeevelt, Front Catherine and Oak
treeu, known a* the fliinl- Election District of the Fourth
Ward, will asscmbleat the comer of Oliver aud Oak streets.
Conipauy t> Distr^t?Alexander Eaglesn, Coininindant,
within a In.e bounding Chatliam, Tear), Oak and Catherine
streets, k> own as the Second Election District of tlie 4th
Ward opposite the Catholic Chuioh. James street
Company E District?Robert McLeod. Commaudnut, withiu
a 1'lie bounding the Park, Chatham stteet, Pearl st eet and
Broadway, known ?s the First Election District of the 6th
Ward, will assemble at the corner of < entre and Duanestreets.
Company K District?Win. W. Parsed*. Commandant within
a line bounding Pfail,' eutre and I ausl streets aud Broodway,
known as the Second Election Distriot of the Ith Ward,
will assemble at corner of K m a id Kr.mkliu streets.
Company (> District?il< i.ry Parsons, Commm.Oaut, within
a line bounding Centre Walker, Mulberry, Chatham aud
Pearl stieets known a* the Third Elect on District ot the 6th
Wa d. wil. assemble at the corner of White and i ,'cntre st*.
Company H Distiict?Alexander McKeuzic, < otumaodaut.
wit in a line bounding t hatham. Bowery, Walker and Mulbery
streets, kuowu as the l>ourtii Elei'tinn District of th* 6th
W d. w i'l assemble at the comer of Bayard aud Molt streets
The HegimenlBl Court of Appea s-to hearappc tie from lines
or pmialtiea, imposed, will lie hel l at the Centre Market Drill
Room, on Monday, October 18. 1817. at 11 o'clock, A. M.
Byordcr of ALEX. MI NO. Jr.
Colouel2ud lUg't.
1st and 2o Wards.
Iu compliance with the above Dinsiou ordrr, aud the law
therein referred to, thp Uunniformed privates, members of the
several compauies of mis regimen: will assemble in their respective
company districts, on Monday, t|te 4th day of October
nexi, at III o'clock A M . for company parade, inspection
aud drill, ttrmed a id equipped, according to law, at the places
des gnated fur the following districts, vix:
1st Company (A) commanded by Capt. John Jagels. and
Mibtrici DGUudeU Dr INhssiu, Wall Uroauwny, Hector, Wot,
and Ltberiy streets, will mvet u Libeit/stiectat the comor
of Greenwich.
2(1 tomptay (B) commanded by Csptaiu N I) Lubiu, distrieu
bound <1 by .Nassau, Maidru Lane, South and William
.trerta. wilt meet iu Crd^r ?-t the coruer of Nassau at.
3dC'imi'an^ (C) cominmdod by Lieut-comma- <1 nit D. C.
Vaueban. dut ieia bounded, beg nuii.K nt the Bitterv, by
Whitehall, Marketlield, Broad, Wall, Hioadvvay, Itecior end
West areers; t. the [> ace of benuming, wul assemble ou the
Battery ppotitr to Greenwich
4th Company (U) commanded by Capt Hrurv C. M in, district
bound d by Wall, Brood, ftlarketlleld, Whitehall and
I'eirl * a will assemble on Hanover ijutre.
itn Company (K) command, d hy C?pt. M. 8. Parker, district
bou ded by Wall, leail. v? luteinII and boutli streets, will aa
emb'e on the Baiterv opposite lo Kroutst.
6 h Cowranv ( H ) c inuia dcd by C?pt William Serrill, district
bounded Uv B.oadway, Park Mow, 8i>ruce, William and
Ltbe.ty streets, will ussemulo iu the Park opposite Beekman
7 h Company (t>) commiuded by Capt. Hirlnril Rayuor.
distri tb undeil by Maid n huh Liberty, William, Knltou
and 8 ,utb streets, will assemble iu Plati, at the coruer ol Gold
HCn i'0 pHii\ til) comtntuuea ty i apt. jnsepn Lanan, insirict
bounded by hulion, William, Spruce, Kerry. Peck Slip
mil South streets, will assemble in Beekmao street, the rori.er
of illiam street.
The Keifiurnta! Court of Appeals, to hear appeals from
fines or penalties imposed, will be he il at Stuiealls. 31 Kul
ton aireet, on Monuay the II h day of October, at four o'clock
P. M. By order, S. DKOOKt; POrtTLEY. Col.
Coinin.MidiuK 3d tte^iuient N. Y. 1. M
Hth swd Ijth W*?ni
Purtuaut to tin* above l)ivisi>>u Ordrrs, aud the act therein
mentioned the ununifoi ined pijrate* of the several companies
ol this etfiineut will assemble witlii.i thei respective I.outran
> Districts ou Moudav, the lourth day of October next, a'
10 o'clock A. M , for compsuy parade, inspection, and mart ai
rxercise. arined aud equipped according to law, at the place*
Jc.Hjuate I for each di.t. ict respectively as follows, viz:
1st Cnmp iuj District ( V. Tronut commanded by Capt. Ed"u..d
Chirle , Junr. and bmutled by ll.u>ton, VVooat-r. and
Kourih stitets. Sixth Avenue Carmine, Bleecker, aud Hancock
stitets. at the corner of Th nipsou and Kourtn streets,
rsicl't on hourth street.
2d (.ouipauy District (B. Troop) commanded by Capt. Oarret
Luerssen. and bounded by tloiitou, W ouster, Annty, ?nd
Oreat Jones sue ts and the Bow ery, at the corner of V eicer
and Amit> st.er ts, ritfht on Amity si eet.
3d Cornp ny D strict (Company a.) commanded by Lie'ile.iaut
Commandant Johu howler, Juur., and b uuiVil b>
Oieet Jones, Ainity, and W ootter str? ets, Unit ersitv Place
Kourrouth street, aud thu Buwe.y, at the corner of VVooster
street and Waverly Plaee, right on Waverley Place.
4tli Compai.y District (Company B) c iinin mdcd by Captain
I'e.er Kerher, oid bounde 1 liy Fourth street, Uuiversity I'lice,
Kouiteei.th street aud liixih Avenue, at the iutersectiou of the
centre walk, running North aud South with the North walk of
Washington *<iuare.
6th Compmy District (Company C ) coinr. anded by Li'Ot
Commandant Jacob Schinid, aud bou ided by 11 lustou, .Mulberry
atiJ Bruome street*, and Broadway, at the corner of
Crosby i ud Princes reet. pntN Pnuce street
Ctti Coinptuy District (Coinpany D ) coinininiled by Lieut.
Commandant Patrick Murray, aud bounded by lloustou, Mulberry
aud Br* >me streets, and the Bowery, at the coiuer of
Vlo't and Prince streets, rtgln on Prince street.
7lh Company Diitiict (Company K) commanded b/ John
H viiller, and b untied by Br.m Jw ly, Canal, Centre, Walker,
Orange and Brouine streets, at (lie corner of Grand uud ill rn
stitets right ou Elm street.
8th Company Distiict (Company K) commanded by Captain
Kdward Hinrken, an I bounded by Walker, Oriuige and
Bioome I recta, and the Bowery, at the corner of Hester and
Mulberry streeu. ri?ht on Mnlherry street
The Reg ment>l Court of Appeali to hear apprala from flji-s
ind penalties imposed, will be h?l I at Constitution Hall, No
UO Broadway, ou Moud y,Uct. 18th, 1817, at i o'clock, P.M.
Byo.derol' CH \KLk,S YATES,
Colonel 4th Jftegt. N. Y. 8. M,
8rH Wahii
Pursuant to the ah( re Division orders nml the nrt therein
aientioi.ed. the iinuiiilorined priwea of the si ver.il com: auies
ef tlua llegirnent will as einSle within ih-.ir reapective
Company districts on Monday, tr.e Uh day of October ur it, at
10 o'clock, A. M , f r Company parade, inspection and martini
ete cite, armed and equipped nceordiug to law, at the pUces
designated for each di-trct respectively a* follows: ?
The 1st oinpiuy district Company A, un er comtnaudof
('apt. lleinccke, and bouuded by Braiwiy, i.aual, Uieen and
Honston sb , in Meiceret, right ou Piinee st.
The 2d Company district. Company B, under command ot
Lieut Meyeihulz, and bouuded by lireeu, Canal, Laurens and
Houston sts , iu Wo'wier st., rite lit ou Prince it
The 3d Company distriet. Company C, under cominuid of
Capt. Rowald and bounded by Laurens, Canal, Sullivan and
Houston sts., in Thompson st, ri<ht on Prince st.
The 4th Company district, Company U under command of
Capt SwarUwa der. and li Minded iiy nullivnu.' anal. VVatti
Varirk and Spring sts ,?iii Watts at. right on Sullivan st.
Thetth Coin|>auy district, Comp my E. under comm ind of
('apt Bopport, and bounded by Sullivan, Spring, Varick and
Hull'ton st , in King st , light u McDongkl st.
The 6th l ompany district, Comiiiiiy r, under command of
Lieut, Khrinmi, a.id bounded by Varick, Watts, Hudsou and
Hnu.uon at?, in King at., right on Varick st.
The 7th Company district, Cnmpiiii (?, botwdrd by Hudson,
Canal, Greenwich and Houston ?t-.,in King at, light ou Hud ou
st., an<>-be under the command of Lieut. Priirmui, who is
hereby detailed lor tint purpose.
The 8th Company district, Company H, bounded by Greeuwicli.
Canal, West oid Houston st.. in King at right ouG-eenwicli
St., and be under the command of Lieut. ftust, w ho is
hereby detailed for that purpose.
i'he Regimental Court ol Appeals to hear ap|ieals from flues
or penalties Imposed, will be held at ( entre market drill room
ou Monday, 25th Oct. neit a' 4 o'clock in the afternoon
Bj order of ANDREW WARNER, Col. ith Reg't.
Tiuao arm Fifth Wakih.
Pursuant t-< theabove Division orders, -wd the Act therein
mentioned, the unnniforined Privatesail the several Com allies
of this regiment, will assemble within their reipective coinl>aiiy
diatr.eta on Monday, the 4rii day ol October next, at 1(1
<1 cioca, a.m..ior company initur, inspection, aim miirtiiil exeicise,
rmed and equipped accordir.i; to law, a: the places liesignaled
forsuch oiatrlcla leajiectively. u followa:?
Cotnoany A?Captain W. Kranna,commandant, b >unded bv
Li bitty atreet, Broadway, Fulton atreet, Wut street, ht Kul
tun, opposite Church at.
Co. B?LirutJ. Adam, Milderherger, Commandant, bounded
b/ Fallon llro'dway. Murray street, Greenwich street, at
Fulton, corner of Church atreet.
i o C?Li?nte ant W O. liunham, Commandant. and bounded
by Fulton attest, Greenwich atreet. Reade aLeet, Weat
street, ai Chamheis; corner of Waahiugton atreet.
CV I)?Cnptin James W. Farr. Commandant, and bounded
by Murray s ieet, Broadway, Readast, Greenwich atreet, at
Murray (treat,corucruf College Place.
Co E-Lieutenant W A II iirj.inan, Comnandant, hounded
by Reade sheet, Broadway, Frankl n a rret, Hudaon at
at east aide of Hudaon at, Corner o' Duane >t
Co. F?Lieutenant W. H Walker, Commandant. hounded
bv Hrade atreet. Hu<l?on alreet. Beach freet, Weat atreet, at
West awle of Hudao' atreet, corner of Dnane Kieet.
Cn.fi?Captain William Chaltnera, Commandant, hounded
by Franklin atreet. Broad way, ( anal and L light atreet*, Hudaon
atieet. at Hudaon street, at Ht .!> hn'* Park.
Co H?Cat tain John Gregorv, Commandant, bounded by
Beach atreet, Hudaon street, Laicht street, Caual street, West
atreet. at Hudaon at, opposite John's Park.
Appeals will be heard at Thomas Riley'< house at the corner
of West Broadway and Franklin street, for Compamea A and
B on Friday, Oct. ISth, at 7>4 P. M.
Fnr CotnpeniM C aad 0 on Saturday, Oct 18th,at tha same
For Companies E and F on Tuesday, Oct. Ifth, at tha same
For Companies O and H on Wednesday, Oct. Jflth, it the
""By order of WILLIAM DODOK.
* Colonel 6th Rent. N. V. 8. M.
7TH AI?i> 101M WaatJl.
Purauant to the ahore Division O'dera and the Act therein
mentioned the nn-ui if >r" ed iiMTites nl the several companies
of this Regiment will assemble within iheir rea|*eiive com
|>aiiy di-iric s on Monday, the ?th day of O. tober next, at H
o'clock A M . for company pentde. nupection and martial exereiae,
a>med and equipped according ! law at the places
designed f reach distuct respectively. a* follows:?
The 1st Company District is bounded by CathariM, Madison
and Rtrr*r? street* and East river; will parate iu Moi.ro* a*. '
right on Pike ?t and be commanded t>y Capt Thoi Motion. .
The 2d Company L)i>tric is bounded by Rutgers, Mad >oo
and Grand streets and East river; will be commtnded by ( apt
Win. H. Williams, and will parade in Monroe at, the right uu 1
Jefferaon it I
'idCompany Diithct, bounded by Catharine, Division. Ringer*
and Madison itreeti; will be commanded by Lieut.
L'omd't td^nr M. Craw lord, and will parade in Henry it, the
right on Market it
4th Company District?Bounded by Rutgeri, Diviiion.
Grand and Maduon itreeti; will be commanded by Cait Chaa
W. Smith, and will parade in Henry it, the right on Clinton
Jili Company Dlitrict?Bounded by Division, Norfolk,
Qrand and Kldridge itreeta; will be commanded bv Captain
.lamei L Waugh, and will parade in Orchard at, the right on
Hei'ar it
t>th Company Dutrict? Bounded by the Bowery, Gm d,
Kldridge and Diviuon itreeta, will be commanded by CaiiUin
CyroaH. Lontral, and will parade in Forayth it, the right ou
Walker It.
Tth Company Uiitrict?Bounded by Norfolk, Riving ton,
Allen and Grand meets : will be commanded by Captain
William H Uuderhill, and will parade iu Orchard itreat, the
right on Broome itreet.
?th Comp.ui;' District?Bounded by the Bowery, Rivin
ton. Allen and Graud utr.-eti ; will be commanded by Captain
Henry C Bhuraway, ?n 1 wul parade iu Broome atraet.ihe
right on Chryitie it eet.
The Ci mmaudaiit ol' this Regiment will attend at tba Mercer
House (cor ier uf Mercer and Broome streets) on Monday,
the Utti of October, l?t7. at J o'clock P. M., and will then and
there hear all appea'i that mar be in de to him lor the remiilion
of any fiue or penalt y agaiuat any person or periout vu
lolled ai uu-uuifoimed members of this regimeut.
By order of AN DRE W A. B H KMNKR,
Col. Tib Regiment.
llTHanol'iiu Wabu?.
Puranant to the above divisicu orders and the act therei
meutiouud the u -uniformed privates of ihe several companies
of thia regimeut wilt aaiembte within their iei| active company
diitiictaou Moudt y the Uh day of October next, at 10 o'clock,
A VI Inr rnmiuiii u?r?,l? inaiiajtli,.,. -...I
armed aud eijuipprii according to law, at the place) dtMiguated
for each distiict io?|>ectively, as follows i?
Compi uy A. ('apt. C'cor.nr Lyons, cominaudaut, at the corner
of Cliut ii and Grind streets. Uiatnct bounded by Norfolk,
Rivingtoii, Ridge,anil Division streets
Company B, Captain James Price. commanduit, at the
cornor of Graud aud Sheriff streets. This diatrtct is bounded
by Hidge, H minion, Cannon, Gland and Division streets.
Company C, Captaiu .M M Vau Dyke, commandant, at the
corner of Goeick and Grand street* 'J (us district i< bounded
by Grand, Cannon, aid Hitiugion streets, aud the Ea?t Kivrr
Company 1>, Captain James Little, cominaudaut, at the corner
of Pitt and Houston street*. This district is bounced by
Kiviugton, Clinton, Houston and Sheriff street!.
Company K, Captui.i (ieorge B. Bowne, cimoiandaut, at the
corner of Ciinnon and Houston itreets This district is
bouuded by Hiviugtou, Sheriff a?d Houston stretta, and the
East Hirer.
Company K, Lieutenant Edmund II. Weyman commandant,
at the corner of Kiith It ti t IM AveuM H. This district is
bouuded by Houston street. Avenue B, Killb street, and the
Eait River.
Company G. Lieutenant Alvah T. Canli?ld, commandant, at
the corner of Seventh street and Avenue B. This district is
bouuded by Kifth stiuet, Aveuue B, Ni..lh street,and the East
Company Ii. Lieutenant James H Dyer, cominanlant, at
thecoruer of AfMN B and Ninth street!. Tlu* district is
bouuded by Ninth street, Avenue U, Fourteenth street, and
tlie Eaai Hirer.
Appealj will be heard at the Military Hall, No. 193 Bowery,
on ! riday the lllh October, 1817, at. follows .?Company A, at
8 o'clock, A. M.; Compouy B, at 9 o'clock. A. M. i Company
C, at 10 o'clock, A. M : Company I), at II o'clock, A.M.;
Company i., at 2 o'clock, r. VI., Company e, .d 3 o'clock, P.M.'
Company G, at 4 o'clock, P. M.: Company II, at 5 o clock,
P.M. By order of COL. J. W. STYLES.
17th Wahd.
rursuant in !h"? aDoye IJivisioii Order* and ihr art therein
mentioned, the uiiuuiforsied private* of tho several Companies
of this rrgiiceul will assemble within thei, respective coinpauy
districts on Vlouda/, the ItTi day of October next, at 10 o'clock,
A. M., for company parade, inspection and martial exercise,
trined and eiinpied according to law, at the p'.ace designated
for each district respectively, a? follow*
I. The district of Compauy A, commanded by Captvu John
'I Heline, and hounded by llie Bowery. Kit iiigtou, Kldridge,
First avenue and Second street, at the H.iuth Cast corner ol
Houston and Christie streets.
2 The district of Company B. commanded hy Lieutenant
Coimn't Stephen H. Coiuell,Mlu b .unded by Kldrid^e, Kiviiigtou,
Kssex, Avenue A. ."ecoiid street, and First avenue, ai
the South West corner of Hou-ton and Allen streets.
;J. 'I'he distiictof < ompan, C, Com " aiideil by Lieut Jacob
L 9e iriug, and hnuuded by Essex, Rivmcton, Clint >u, Avenue
B, Second street. arid At nue A, at the South East corner
of Houston and Norfolk streets
4. The district of Coinp4iiv L), commanded by ("apt. Charles
T Bui winkle, and houti'iea by the Bowery, Seco.id sfeet
First avenue, and Sixth street, at the South Kait coruer of Second
avrnue a..d Fourth s leet
5 Tne district of Company K, commanded by Capt. Marvin
R Pitman, and bnujded by Kirst avenue, second street, Ave
ue b and Sixth street, at the South K.ut corner oi Aveuu* A
and Fourth stiee{.
6 The disrrict of Company F, commanded by Capt John N
Hay ward, and bounded ny the Bowery, ixth street. Avenue
B. Seventh street, Avrnue A and Eighth street, at the South
K.ist c nnrr ,.f tcuiiil avenue and eeveuth street.
7 'l he district ol Cotnp my U, i oroin indeu bf Capt. Richird
H. Tliomps in, and biUuded by tie U vtery, Eighth street
Weuue A, and Tenth street at the South hast coruer of beCO'id
aveme and >iutii sleet.
8. The district nf i i m any H, romin nided by Capt Heury
B. Melville and bound'd by the Bowery, Tei th street. Avenue
B.nid Fourteenth street, at the South East coruer of be
roiid dVei.un sn.l Twelfth ?ir^#r
The Kt-Kimpnul Court t A|-p?>l?. to hear oppe?Ua from
I iiuniir penalties imposed, will he held at Military Hall \'j\
I bowery, mi 1 huraday, th? 21 at of October, 1817, at II o'cloik
m ihe foienoon. By order ol'
E. JEriUP. Xr.t
Col. Comm'f 9th Ilrgt. N. V. S. Militia.
9i h wahii
faWMl tO tfclifcBTI DlWM Orders and the At t therein
me. turned, tin- uou .ifonned private! of the at veral companies
of tins 'eif in-al vt ill atsemliie within their reflective coinp
iy diatricca ou Monday, tne 4 li uay ol Oi-tober ueit at 1U
o clock, A. M.. fm company pa adr, inspection and mutial ti
rrcisc, nrmed aii'l rijuipped accorainit to law. at ihe p*j?ces designate
> lor e?ch district respective^, aa follow*
1st District. company A, bou d-d by (lie Hudson Itiver,
Hammrrat). Bedford au<* Birio atieeta, and commanded by
Thonvia Jones, c.iptaiu, at the uorth raat comer ol Hudson aud
Leroy streets.
id Umtrn t company B, bounded by Bedford, Hammers')Hanco
k, Bleeckerand Carmine afreets, Sulk tunur ami
Barrow street, and eoimnim'let) bv Jteury L. Hoelzlr, c plain,
at ihe north ea?i comer ot Blcctfker and t Cornelia street*.
3d District, company V, bounded by ihe Huda n ICver, Burrow,
Hudson and ferry streets,and cominanJed by Henry Bnine'.
explain, at the coith cast corner of Washington and Arnoa
4th District, enmpiu* D, bonnded by IIudto-1 at.i tt, Barrow
atreet, ninth \veniie and Amos at., commanded bv Coiiielius
CU'k, c plain, at the north earn corner of Fourth aud Christopher
at eet?.
i ll District, eoinpvny E, bounded by the Ilu-Jtou Hirer.
Perry, llv'son and 1'roy i( crli, aud coininauiicd by Jaines
Vi'Orath, captain, at the uoilli eaat corner of Waaoiujton au
Bank atieeta.
6th Distiict, Company F, bounde ! by Jfudjon, Amoa, Factory,
aud Troy streets andcomm nded l>y Jamrs H Dudce
Car'ain, at the North K'a t corner til Fuurth aud Perry strut ta
7:h Putrid, Company O, bou (led by the lludaon river
Troy atioet, Eighth avenue, and F lurteeutli steel, and cominuidwd
by Cornelius Vamlerveei. C'ptaiu, at the Noith E*-t
coriitrol'u.ee wichaud Horatio streets.
8th District, Company 11 bounded by ?ighth aventie, Trov,
Factory aud Aim a atieeta, fit h uvenue noil Fourteenth at.
and commanded by Jamb ltayuor, t apiain, at the Mortii East
corn?r of Seven h avenno au? Eleventh strrel.
The Regiment I Court of Aineila to h?ar appeal* I'iodi
riues peuMiie* imp aeu xr li Ue Ik I a at the [N.iitlit'ru f lchvuge.
"*"0 271 Bleecker at'Cet on Friday, the 22u d.i> of October,
1817, at 7 o'clock in llm afternoon.
By order of CH MILKS J DODOK,
Lt Col. Comm'i Itttli Kent. fS. k . S. M.
1?th and i8tii Want.*
Pur.u 'ii'. to the above Division Oidtr- and the art therein
meuiiout d llie imunifoimed piintri of 'bt n'Teral ('otn|w:i?
of llm Regiment will ruetnble within tlusir reapectire rompanv
dint icta, on Monday, the llh ?'?y of October nut. ?t IU
o clock A M , for company parade, inspection nud m.wtial eicrciae.
aimed and equipped according to law, at lie place* de
ignated for eicli district respectively, a. follows:?
Int. Company Uutrict of (_ oinpauy A, commanded li7Capto
in KoU.it I*. Kriser, bounded by the HaMon Hirer, )?oortteuth
street, the Eighth avenne aud Nineteenth atreet, on the
the corver of Kouiteenth stieet <ind Eighth areiiite.
2J. *'orn|Hiny Uutrict of Com pan U. Commandrd by Captain
John J. Hnirnii, bounded hy the iuighth avenue, Fourteenth
atreet. Sixth arenue mid Nineteenth itu-et, on the corner of
Kouiteeiithstreet >iud Sixth venue.
3d. Comp.ui> Dniictof ComwivC, commanded hy ('upturn
John Seuleit, bounded by the Hndson Kiver, Nineteenth
atreet, the kiglnh neri.ue and Twenty-eighth stieet. on the
corner of Nineteenth sneet and the Eighth arenue.
<th Company Diat'ict of Compmiy I), commanded by Copfain
Frederick I'lrssne'-ker, bounded by the Kighth avenue.
Nineteenth atr'et, tli- Sixth avenne, ami Thirtieth atreet, on
the corner of Thirtu tb stre. t aud Eighth ateuue
5th. ( ocpanv Uutrict of Ompany E.comminded hyCaptain
John M'Mahnn, b< muled by the liudscn Hirer, Tvrentveighth
street, the Kighth arenue, Thirtieth atreet, the Sixth
ateuue aud Koitieth a,ieet, on the corner of Twei.t>-eighth
street and the Eigh'li are .ue.
6th. Comimnv District of Company K, commanded by Captain
A. Henderson, hounded ty Six'li areutie, Kourteenth
atreet, East Hirer and Nu eteeth stieet, on tnu corner Kourteenth
itreet and H >th avenue.
7th Coinimnv District of ('ompany (J, coin man led by Captain
II V Hardrubnig. h urded by the Sixth arenue. Nineteenth
itreet, the Km River and J .eentieth atreet, on the corner
ol Twenty-Hixih atreet and Sixth areuue.
8th. Company District of Company M. c< mmandeJ hyCnp
tain John I'. Kllis. and honndrd hv Mi h T-- I
mill itreet, K?it Hiver *tiil Fortieth atreet, ou liie comer of I
Twpiiij-?nth itreet and Hutli imur.
The Krfcimc:.UI Court of tppeal, to hnr ap|>? <lt from finet
and p-naliiet implied, u 111 >><'held at tlie Madiaon Cottage, 1
corner Fifth m rune a>id Twenty-third itrret, on Monday, thr
I8ih of Or.'obu. at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. By order of
ROBKtfT C. MORRIS. Col. llth Regt. N. Y. 8 M. ,
12th Ward. I
Pnrtuaiit to the above Uintion Orde -iaad the Act thereiu
mentioned, the uninformed privatet of ihe. teveral Cotnpaniei
ol tint KrKimeut will attemhle within tlieir retpertive com- '
pany I'utricta. on Monday, the 4th day of October nut, ?' 10 1
o'clock A..VI , for company parade, inflection and maitial ercne,
arm<d and Mjnipi ud ticrorditi* to In w, at the placet i
deniitnated foreaeh dutnct re?pectively, ai fo Ic.w*: ? '
Company A, < aptun Vim ent. comrmuilant, bounded by 1
4th avenue, 1 9th tiie-t, Bth avenue and Dtiihtueet, at N V*
come' of 4th avei.ue and H6Ib itreet. ?
Company D. Cptain Bcttt. commandant, bounded by 4th
avenue Harlumli ver and K lit, K.a?t H iver, and Bfith itreet, *' *
N. K come- of lib avenue and i'6'h itreet.
Comp?"y C, i,ai.?. Mtyher. command ut, bounded by a line "
tuiiuinKdar wett foin the i ikIt bridge the llu 'tnnrivar, Spuy
en l)i>vel Creek end Harlem river, to tl>? high budge, on r
Ktngtbridge road, op|>otite the high 'rider.
Otnptny D, C <pt P-ndhommt. coifttn 'iidant, hound'd bv
the 8ih avenu*. DC h at. Hudaoii river, M mhiltau it, and 125th *
at at N W c r oilth avenne aud W'h it. t
Company K Capt. Aveiinia, con inandxuf, bounded by Bth i
avenue Bliih tt the Hudtoti river, and 40th it, at N. W. corurr
Bth av nue and 40th it
Company K, t apt. Wilton. commandant, hounded by 4th
avenue. 4?th tr, Bth aveuue and #?ch it, at 8. W. cor. of 4tli avenue
and SCth it. ,
Company (J, Capt. Rernnldi, command int, bounded bv 10th 1
t Mfl river, B6thit and 4th aveuue, at 8. K. cor. of Nth it
and 4tli avenne. a
Company H, Lieut. Comdt. Arret. Commandant. hounded
oy 4th avenue, Harlem River to High Bridire.tlience dee writ .
to Hudaou river,nnd al> ox taid >iv< r to Mv h ttau it ert. Iliih 11
itreet, Hdi avenue aud I29t)i ttreet. on 10th avenue. near
1 rinitv I rrnetrry. .
_ Appeali w|l| he heard at No 142 Fulton itreet, New York
i.My, on Tneiday, the llth. VVed..n.dav llth, and Thurtday. 0
J, J. 1 October ueit, between the hoera of 12 M. and
2 r. M., vl each day named r
*? lOtrc Colonel. 1
Theatrical* and Mualral
Pamk Theai iir ?Mr*. Mowatt anil Mr. Dav?.uport ap- _ 1
poared lait night at the Park In the play of "Lot*." Mra.
Mowatt in the part of th* Count***, mad* a (treat **n- i-i
nation The audience waa not larg*, but tho?e who
were pre**nt ga** evidrno* that th*y were fully repaid Cr
for their attendance. To-night the tragedy of " Ion"' In
will b* presented, Mr*. M. assuming the part of Ion, n"
and Mr Davenport playing Adraatu*. We have no ^
doubt that the management of the Park will reap nc
the reward due to their enterprlae. It ahould not all
tx> forgotten that these talented performer* are about to en
depart for Kurope. and that thin I* the last opportunity at
wbich will forth* present be afforded for the N*w York it
public. Thin opportunity will not therefore be lo*t, or H
we are disappointed in the taite of the Park audiencea.
In addition to "Ion" will be presented to-night the faro* F
of "Slmpaon h Co." Jl
Bovvcar Thkat?f.?There was a very excellent house *
at thi* theatre last evening,and It 1* no mor* than juit to ^
ay that th* performance* were excellent, and received* A
a* they dea*rv*d, much applaus*. Th* piece* enacted ^
were excellent, tad each actor performed hi* part in a ?
very oommendable manner. Mr. Marshall excelled hlii- ci
elfin hi* part, and it besoming a very great favorite.
We observe that the bill for this evening include* three ^
excellent and very attractive pleoe* ; such as we are ii
confident will draw to that theatre as much as It will ti
conveniently hold. The flrxt piece Is the drama of the y
" Carpenter of Rouen.'' the next the favorite piece, ' Ho- iv
fer. ihe Tell of Tyrol,"* which I* verv much admired; ami .1
the twit Ih a Yankee burlesque on the " Lady of Lyonsn
Thin bill pmmitti three different kinds of amusement, v
which cannot fell to please the varied tastes of ail. t
Chatham Thkat?c.?We attended the Chatham "
Theatre last evening as uhuuI, and found it crowded to ?
excess. Ou looking at the bill of performances, we did c
not wonder at it, for we saw that Jim Crow Rloe, the ^
very prince of darkiet), and Mrs. Nlcholls, were engaged 4
to perform. The amusement* went off with much h
eclat, and the audienoe seemed mnoh pleased. The "
monologue en the " Decease of O'Connell," wax sung by *
the whole company, and wax rapturously applauded. 11
The bill for this evening comprises the comedy of the "
"Castle of Linberg," a dance by Miss Deloraine, the P'
opera of " Otello,'" and the laughable farce of " 8am B
Swipes." The monologue on tnu death of O'Connell
will be repeated too. ^
I'almo's Oi'i:na Hoist.?The mania lor witnessing
the performances of the ltaveis still oontiuue, and, every A
evening, they attract the largest audiences of any thea- *
tre In New York, compared with its size. The enter- Q)
tainmeut of last night was received with tho greatest tr
enthusiasm, aud to return the oomplimeut to their supporters,
the Ravels display each time the best of thtir ''''
pantomimes and the funuinst of their tricks. Therepreneutatlou
of this evening, for the benefit of M. and .Mad. ^
Leon Javelll, promises to be one of the most t-cellcnt tj
ever produced by these wonderful ucrobatft. It will couslut
of the vaudeville, in the Knglish language called the
" Three-faced frenchman," in whloh Uabriel Havel has
the principal parts. Alter which, the fairy spectacle en- '
titled " Iteauty aud the Beast'' will be enacted, by Miss "
Clarke, aud Messrs. 1'lacide, Hefton, Walcott, and other 01
good actors We are glad to anuounce that, d la 1It- 01
nandt generate, tbo excellent pantomime of "Robert H
Macaire 'will bo once more performed by the Ravel fa- *1
mily. Tliis is, indeed, a grand bill, which, we hope, will "
be quite attractive f r the admirers of Aladaui't Leon a
Javelli aud her worthy husbaud, who is, undoubtedly, 01
one of the favorites of the public. We hope that their *'
benefit will be a bumper. They really deserve it.
Bo\m.iiy Amfhithka 1 at:.?John Gossln, the celebra
ted clown, whose name in so well known throughout the T
oouutry, appuuitil lvst evening at the Bowery Amphi- w
theatre, for tbo first time thla season. As cuight bn ex- n
peotcd, hij reception wati enthusiastic, and.we may add It
his performances und bia trick* were duly appreciated.
With Uossin and the present stock compauy, the Bowery ta
Amphitheatre is sure to prosper; but in onier to give it U
additional attraction, we uuderstand the manager has w
engaged the celebrated Holland aud Carlo families, and ti
that they will appear here Very soon. 01
Da. Coltkh'b Modki. Pr.*?owiric*Tio!?a.?We attend- *
ed the first exhibition of Dr. Colyer'a troupe of model j|
artists last evening, aud wo nre free to Hay that they ex- d
eel anything of the kind we hate ever aeen In New York ^
Before seeing it. we were afraid that It would net be as (,
chaste aud pure as w? would desire; but after seeing t
them a short time, that impression was soon dispelled
W? did not remain long enough to see the whole, but j>
from what wn saw. we can truly asy tUat the most fasti- a
dlous could uot flud fault We s?w accurate repreaen- t,
tattoos ot, the ni'?t exquisite works of the most renowned
snmpior* of the old world- mch aa Titian, Van- ,
bdvke, Rembrandt. and a host of others, equally cele- j;
rated: aud we learned from noranna nrmunL h.?..
"men tha originals, the personllicatio'nb of them, last ,j
erening. were Very accurate v
!^au%mk Bmior'a Concf.rt.?Tho concert season *
opens to-night, and It Is an opening auoh a? no season |
within our recollection Han yet had. Krery individual ,
of the thousand!* who hare heard .Madame Anna Bishop ?
during her recent engagement at the I'krh, has been gra- .
tlfled and delighted a> much with her artistic and i
finished style of singing, as with her liue acting But 1
these persons hare never yet heard her in the concert '
room, which, in faot, is the true test of the rooal artist, i
and there, as well as upon the stage, her meiiut are ao- c
knowledged by all who have beard her. But, besides all *
i.er own attractions, she offer* to-niuht the harp of j
Bncbsa, which aunouuocment should be, and, we hare t
no doubt, will be, in itself sufficient to fill the Taberna- t
cle to its utmost bearing Uochra, the great harpist and fi
composer. whoso celebrity on that instrument is rery U
great, offers all his own attractions to the benetit of his H
distinguished pupil Mr Brongb, whose popularity in h
New York is so well known, will appear in two capital a
songs. There is no doubt that the Taoernacle will be ei
rery lull on this occasion. 8
Huimor Blitz.?This extraordinary man?for extraordinary
he Is, or he could not perform Huch wonderful ?|
tricks and deceptions as he does tjtrj erening at the
Society Library- reeelres as much patronage as be t)
could expect, considering the large number of places of
amusement at present open in the city, ile is attended ^
by hundreds of people; and it is no more than just to say
that his magistical feats, and his deoeptlons in reotrilo- a
i|ul*iu, are really Extraordinary, and would puzzlo the ai
sharpest man. He wi.l continue here the remainder of c<
this week. id
Mechanic!' Hall.?The mors the public see of h'
Yankee llilland Dr. Valentine, the morethevlllriMJmm 01
and the ufttner they appeur, the larger are the audiences p
that attend them. Dr. Valentine'* representations of
eccentric characters are acknowledged to be excellent J,
by all who hare seen theui, and the combined entertain- nc
meiits of himself and Vankee llill aru sulllclunt to ex- f>
pand the heart of the most misanthropic Individual
alive. We believe these performers will not remain here tj
after this weak. We recommend our readersto Fee them m
before they go. w
The new Broadway theatre in to open on Monday oven 11
ing next. The following are the name* of thu officers
and corpi tlrumatit/ut with which the house will open:? J1
A. Mann, proptlelur; <>. II. llarrett. acting and slug*
mauager; Mr. J. M. Trimble, architect; Mr. J. K. Smith,
sceni". artiit., sssisted by<>eo. Ileister, Professor Krlssner.
and John Williamson; Mr Andrew J. Allen,cos- '
turner; hamuel Wallace, properties. Jto ; Mr. Ualbralth, ,
stage carpenter and machinist. The orchestra will be '
full and efficient under the direction of Mr. Ht. l.ukn,
whose talent and education ure so well known and ap- l'
predated by the people of New Vork. The company '
will consist of the following talent, most of whom are *
w?M null uuimita^vivij nuvnil M kUQ |'atrUUHUI lilt!
drama, on both sides of the ocean: ? Miits Kanuy Wal- *
lack, Minn Itoiw Selbin, Mr* Winstanley MIhs Carman, "
Mrs. Hixid, Miss Helen Matthews. Mr*. Watt*, Mrs. a
KiUJumes, Mrs. Bernard, Mile. St. t-lalr Mrs. Serjeant, 11
Mra. Chapman, Mini Oordon, Mile. Celeste, with a full "
and efficient carpi de ballri; Mr. O. Vandenhoff, Mr. w
H Wallack, Mr J. Lester, Mr J. Lyme, Mr. J. M. Daw- 'I
on, Mr. Vache, Mr. H. Hunt, Mr C. \V. Hunt, Mr. (J.
Uhapmnn, Mr. II. Bernard, Mr. J. Kverard, Mr. Fr?*de- "
rick*. Mr. K. nbaw, Mr. J. Bernard, Mr. J. Kingaiey,
Vlr. J Walter*, Mr. Allen. P1
Dumbleton's celebrated band of Kthioplan Serena- U
lersare noon to open at I'almo's Opera House. (
Camlllo Slvori and Henri Heri give a Concert at the 3i
rabernaelu on Tuesday evening next, on which Occasion bi
.hey offer au excellent bill. ai
Mn. Lewis, tha actrosf,w*s lying dangerously ill at St.
Louis, at last accounts.
Christy's Minstrels are on their way to this city. They {!'
gave two concerts in Buffalo on the evenings of Monday
ind Tuesday of the present woek. '
Booth, the tragedian. Is at the Atheniuutn Concert rc
lall, i'ortland, Maine, playing Othello and other heavy st
>u*ineci. pi
Mr Dunpiter has given concerts In Boston at the Macule
Temple on three successive Saturday evening*, w
ince his return from Kurope, to overflowing houses, and t>:
s uow announced for next Saturday. His eonoerts are ^
aid to have been amongst the most suocesaful of the
ason lie has also b?en giving oonoerts In the prlnci>a
1 towns in tba vicinity of Boston. w|
The St. Louis Theatre has been Isaaed for five year* to ro
Messrs Ludlow k Mmith. fur (3,400 a year The rent or
ins heretofore been in the winter, It Is said, It er
rill be leaned to Rockwell for a circus Su
Madame Augusta haa oon>pi?te<l a second engagement 'Q
it the Buffalo Theatre. j *
M'lle Blangy haa left Philadelphia for Cincinnati and
Miss Wsmjss. after playing a suco?*sful engagement
t the Arch Street, Theatre, Philadelphia, has g <ne west <
Wallaok, Webb, and Mrs. C It Thorns, are still playag
at tha IloKton Theatre.
Maiame Cloc.ca and Signor Vlorra,with;a rorni J' bullrt. j?
lave arriv?d at Boston, and will appear at the Howard )H|
n Monday IIT
The iUvhna company of Italian Opera singers aranaw
ul'llmg an engagement at tha Howard Alheuaaum
loitoo. fro
Law Intelligence.
Si'pkkior '"or?t, Sept. S3?Before Judge Oakley.?
toil VI. Thomas I) //.?y?i.?This was an action on ?
jrorolssorv note for $2000. There wore two defences t,
t up?firtt. the note wai an aooommodation not*, given t
thout consideration; and secondly, it was alleged that c
e plaintiff in the cau?e was merely nominal; that the o
m of Ketoham, St Dement were the real parties in
ti'rest. and that the defendant, who had been a part- *<
ir with one Hyer. had made an assignment of their s
sets to the Arm of Ketcham, It Dement, for the t>
yment of their debts, amongst which debts was this
ite, and it was. therefore, contended that it was virtu- *
ly paid. To this it was replied, that plaintiffs wsrn N
idorsers on the note; that it was regularly protested, r
id notice of protest sent to them, and they had to take H
up. Verdict tor plaintiff for $'2.10fi. For plaintiff, Mr. >i
Ketcham; for defendant, Mr. Horace Clark. si
John H Hrocknrr vt. Wm. H Com tens. Trramrer.and ti
rtd H. IVay, I'ice Prtridtnt of the 'id Ward Nalivt g1
mrrxcan Jhton ation.?'This was an action to recover ?
balance of $240. rent of certain premises in (Iron- si
ich street. In 1844. an association was formed in the A
ilrd ward, called the Third Ward Native American
ssociation. of which the defendant Coztens was ap- P
>lnted treasurer and the defendant Way vice president, f
t a meeting of the association in 1845, a committee b
as appointed, of which Mi. Hyatt was .chairman; the d
jmmlttee was empowered to take the premises In ques
>u. lur me u*e 01 me a**oaiailon, una, accordingly, *
lr. Hyatt, the chairman. entered into a written agrttu- 1'
if nt for the hire of the premiiei for one year, from the ''
it of May. 1845. to the lit of May, 1B48 The associa- *
on occupied tho room for the greater portion of the 1
far 1840, and then left, and refused to pay the rent. 0
1r Hyatt proved the agreement to let, and that he '
igued It pursuant to a resolution passed at one of the 0
je.-tingn The seoretary of the association also proved ?
arlou* proceeding* of the auociatlon, and that he had c
lie hook* of the association In hi* possession, and hand- '
d them o?er to Mr. Harris Wilson when he retired from c
fllce Mr. Wilson, counsel tor the natives, moved for a <
loniult on the ground that the association was a self- >
onstituted body,^ and could not enter into a valid and f
Ending agreement. In lupport of his motion he cited 1
be Revised Statutes and the famous Log < abln case,
ecided after the election of General Harrison, which
e stated was exactly in point. The Judge said he
>ould not nonsuit on that ground; but there was
nother point upon which he thought he would neniiuit
Je plaintiff, namely, that he had ihown no oonneotlon
i the letting between the plaintiff and defendant*. The
laintiff's ooun*el then recalled the two witnesses, with
view to oouneut the defendants with tbu agreement to
t, but failed, and the plaintiff was finally nonruited.? 1
or plaintiff. .Mr. James MoAdam; for defendant*, j
Before Judge Sandford?Stephen Whitney it. The ^
layor, Jlldtrmen, <f-c., of the City of Stu> York.?Till*
ax mi action of trexpaxs againat the defendant*, for
lildlng a pier at thu foot of IVck filip, on thu property
' the plaintiff, at thu foot of Pike ntrvet. The omu wan
led before, and a verdict rendered for plaintiff. It was
terwarda brought before the Court of fcrroin; the verct
net aaide, aud th* case hunt back for a new trial. It
its tried thin morning by J udp' Sundford, by couaent
' the parties, without the intervention of a jury, and
idguient rendered for the plaintiff, for tho amount of
i? former verdict. Kor plalutiff, Mr. K. Sandford, for
pendants, Mr. Joseph L. White.
Cot iit of O\kii and Tkrminkr, Sept. 21.?Before
ildge Kdwards, Aldermen Kelly and Ue Koreat.?After
le court waH organized, the Judge paid he mentioned
n Tuesday last that there were some twenty indloticntri
found by the grand jury of the Court of (Jeneral
eMon? returned to tbia court, aud if there were no
Mscial circumstances connected with them he would
>n<l them back. (Since then lie had looked into them,
nd found they were uli ca?ea fit to be tried in the Court
T General besaiona. He bad alao looked into the
.atuten, and consulted with bin asaociates, and he had
o doubt that powur wan given him to return them lutu
le Court of Seeaiona. lie would, therefore, direct thu
l.?tr tr, ... ....
? - ? ?? .u. uiiuubrn nuourmuKiy
'rut-man K. Young. indicted for couutefuiting bank bills,
ax culled, but did not appear, arid hit recognizances .
orj fort?itud. 'I'he couri, theu uiljourned. The circuit j
tmained in session, and took some Inquests, alter which
adjourned. t
Unitkd 8ta r ?.h Marshat.'i Off ice, Sept. 'i3.?Jltteinpt t
i Mak0 a K.rnil.-lt appears that the packet ship <
ucen of the West hauled out of (look yesterday. and (
us towed outside the hook by a steam tux ; when the <
ig was about leaving, (,'aptaiu Mallet called all ands \
d deck, snd ordered them to their duty ; they refused, i
nd hustled the captain about. The mates came to his I
nslstauce, but thiy were also hustled about, and one of I
hem badly cut iu the hekd. The first mate was theu ]
esputched to the dtj, und procured a warrant from O. I
V Morton, Ksq , l ulled States Commissioner, and oue i
f the deputy mars als was sent down to arrest and i
riuit theui up. lie had not arrived up to six o'clock ,
his evening. i
Common Plica*, S?pt S3? Before Judge I'lshoelTur? 1
)ani>l Jocrin r? An Aolm Ji. Iliilltrton ? This was an '
ctiun of trover to recover the value of p.rperty alleged '
i> be worth $?0 The plaintiff w.s a passeuger in the 1
rig K.urlch, which arrived in this port from Havre lai-t 1
pnug. and of which th? dtfondiyit is master A French 1
rlest took passage at IIayru, and iu two day* after the '
rig left port" he took sick, and continued so until his '
eath; he hsd no friends on board, and the plaintiff was
ery klud to luiu. and relieved his wauts as much as he
ran able. The plaintiff alleged that as a tokeu of the
iriest's gratitude, he tl<e priest, told him he had a trunk
n which there were eighty francs, together with some
rearing apparel atid trinkets, which were of the value
ibove mated, and Insisted that plaintiff should accept ol
bem; the latter refused; the old man agalu tir^t d him
o take them, saying, he knew he oould nut live, audit
ould relieve hiui very much if h? would take them
I'he plaintiff at list gave his consent, and accepted them
is lie alleged, in the presence of three witntsfes. aud also
;ot the keys. In two or three days after 'he priest came
in deck, and It was said jumped overboard, and whh
Irowued. The defendant, as master of the v< ssel,afterrards
prevailed on the plaintitjf to give him up the
iroperty, and refused to return it when they landed in
his city A nonsuit was asked for, on the ground that
ne eviuence aid not suow under what circumstance. or
or whatpurpose the property was Kif?o to plaintiff; nor
id it show the old man wan in ext remit. It wan also
sked uu another grouud, namely, that the fact of hi*
avlng committed suicide showed that he wan crazy,
nd incapable of maklug a will The nonsuit wan iiraulJ
Kor plaintilf, Htalimclit, for defendant, Mr. T.
Coi rt o? OtntRAi. Sr.itiont, Sept. 113.?Deforo Reorder
Ht-ott and Aldermen Npoflord and Dodd. John
IcKton, Km( , District Attorney.
Trial for Jitiaulting an Ojfictr.?At the opening of
le court this morning John <.ox was pUci'd at the bar
ir trial on au indictment for huving, on the UAth day
August last, committed uu assault upon William
ehan. a policeman.
William Mkiiah, on being examined, deposed?I am
pollut-man; on thei&tbof Augunt I arrrsted a prisoner,
id wtriVs ipi my way to the station bouse, Cox, with a
mipany oT men. attempted to rescue the prisoner from
iy custody; Cox struck at me several limns with a club,
e his been in the coustant habit of attempting to resile
The Jury found a verdict of guilty, but the Court suseuded
Trial for Grand Larceny?William bocor was next
laced at the bar for trial ou an indictment for having
a the 30th day of August, stolen from Augustus Hud>n,
of Westchester county, a horse and >v?gon worth
Aviii i tui III'D(o* sworn ?I live in Westcliostcr counr;
I keep a public house; ou tho 30th day of >\iigU3t,
iy hone and wagon were stolen from my barn; I afterards
lound the horse aud wagon at Mr. Udell's, in the
lird avenue; they were stolen by Win Hecor; he was
r unk at the time, and I do not believe, from the circumunces.
that hi* bad a fnlnninMM Inrunt - I dn ?,?i K^l*??
e would tiHVH taken them if he hud been sober .
JamksM. Ooki.l sworn?I reside at thu corner of third .
renue and 3ith f?tre?t?; I bought the horse aud wagon ,
i question on tho morning ol the 31st of Augint, from ,
11 prisoner; he told me the property belonged to hiiu;
give hint fii't for the horse
Mr IIli'n r, counsel for the defenco,contended that a*
in oflence wan committed out of,tho oily aud county of
lew Vork, this Court bad no jurisdiction in thu i'mo,
ad the Jury accordingly ac'iuiUrd him
Martin Hnrr..?This individual. who was indicted on
yeunesday lur bigamy, was this morning brought Into
uurt by officer Luouard.on a bench warraut. His counsel,
Ir. Ilrudy, contended that as proceedings were yet pendigln
tha case of Hari>. before Jud^e Kd wards, this court i
as as yet no Jurtsdiotion over it ; that the indictment
uh illegal, anil, therefore, moved that thu Indictment bo
Hashed. The District Attorney, on the other h.md, ,
intended that the proceudlngs were legal, aud moved y
ie commitment of liare to the city prison. The court j
rurruled thu motion of the District Attorney. and the t
risoner was remanded to the custody of tije sheriff.
otil to-morrow morning
Trihl fur liurftlai y?Hugh Mooahan was then |liocd T
I the bur for trial, iiu an indictment for burglary in the 11
'd degree, in having on the 7th day of January, 1HI >,
urglailously entered U,n store of Mr. Abram Herlbner. li
id stealing therefrom boots and shoes to the Talus ol a
Aniiam 8. Si arnica, on being sworn, deposed ? My ?
aoo of business, in January IMA, was at 7.1 < atha- e
no street; my store was cloned on the night of the 7th
muary, 184ft, about 10 o'clock ; I went to the store
(ixt morning, when I found it had been entered ar.d "
ibbed of a quantity of boots and sh es ; the properly *
olen was worth >400; I found a part of tho stolen 1
roperty at Monohan s house In 'JUt street.
Kor tne defence an alibi was set up ; several witnesses ?
ere also called to prove the previous good character of fi
io accused. 1 he court adjourned, at 3 o'clock, until b
i morrow morning, whtin the trial will bertsuuiod.
CorAT or Arrears ?Sept tfJ - Straohan ot.al resp'ts *
h Ilensliaw, app't Motion to dismiss appeal Granted. 1
itb costs of appeal and of motion Palmer, deft In i r
r ads Conley et al. pi Its in error Motion to quash writ T
error (iranted with costs Britton at al pills in H
ror, vs. Frlnk,sheriff, ke daft in error. Judgment of I1
iprema Court affirmed, with costs No M. Dank.plff. d
error, vs Hnuckenbu?h, deft, in error Mr O K
mstock concluded, and finished tba argument for deft \i
error, and Mr A Tuber cioaad for pi0 In error ri
l'he Court oallad through the calendar, and no onuses
lug ready, took a racers until 3H P. M. f
;ot aT CsLKNnsa?Circuit Court?Th'? Day?Before ol
dsn Kdwards Nos M 39 ??,#? to77. Commnn Pirut W
Uelore Judge uiehoeffer - Noa 19, I A, M, ftrt. o7, ftrt, SI II
1, 'ifi, fll, llj (itt 67 rtS Su/,rri'>r C*/tul~ Before a;
dges Oakley and Saniiloril Nos 14. 1*3 Ittl, itil I7tf si
I, 331. lt??. IH4. 186. IDS, IH7, 6J, H3, IKS to V00 iuclu- p
a. This ia the laet day ol the term of thia court.
The Dismal Hwamp i anal sustained aarioua damaga \
m the lata heavy rain*. .
PrtM Two CmU.
? Police Intelligence.
Kxyrtu, Robbery ?On th* arrival of the ftfmiwt
\ orcester from Boston, on WodQMUty mornlni lilt*
be me*??nfc?-r. belonging to Adam, txpim, discovered
be door of his o*r open. which at onoe created orolien,
and en examination he ascertained that a bu
ontaini <? m(HW in silver. had been carried off ?vtde?U
r dun* by *oine expert thief. A man. It appear*, we*
sen to pax' off the boat with a hear j bundle under hi*
,rm. ooTei ed up in a piece of oil cloih, which la supposed
> l<?ve been the stolen ni"ney
jlrrtit on Sutjttcion.? Captain MoOratk, of the 6th
aril pour.. ?rr?--ted early yesterday morning, *t the
orthern Hotel, f >ot of I ourtlanlt street, a young ut
allibg hiujM.li H H Howard, but whose real name U
lenry lloeford. under suspicious circumstance*, having
i hi." possession a quantity of dry goods, supposed to be
lolen or obtained by false and fraudulent repreaentalonn.
consisting of laces, re wing silks and fanoy dry
oods, valued at several hundred dollar*. This yonng
lan has been employed a* salesman in several dry goods
lores in this city. O wners are wanted for the property.
ipply at the office of the chief of polio*.
V S ?Store the above was written a telegraphic de*a'ch
Las been reoeived by Captain MoGrath, from
,>ringfl*!d. .naesachuaetts, stating that Hoeford was In
uatness there hot had left suddenly without paying hi*
ebts The acoused was detained for a further hearing
In lh? Cat* of Thumai B Doriey?Thl* young man
ruB arrested a few nays ago on a oharg* of oonstruotlT*
irr?ny. In obtaining a gold watch from eaob of th* foliwinK
gentlemen ?James II. Brush. Alexander Grant.
ad \vm B.Moore, by false and fraudulent repr?**atai>
Hi Th? l n?M*t???? # w ? a*? r*_*_ w
_ ? kntoiV Jiuun vruw
u Wednesday lac'., which resulted in the magistrate
toldlng the accused to ball In the sum of $600 on eaoll
on plaint.
, Chargr of Burglary ?Officers Willis an<l Whitahart,
if the third district police, arrested yesterday a black
I'llow oalled Augustus Haiupl* on a charge of burglarW
>mly entering the premises No 4.10 Houston street, ocsupled
by Mo*es Leonard, stealing tberefMm a cloak, a
)nd cjullt, aud other articles of clothing worth $10, together
with t>.?o in nilver coin. A |>ortlon of the olothlng
was recovered by tbn officers. and Justloe Tlmpaon committed
him In lull for trial.
Stealing a Ottrer Kile#,of the 6th ward, arretted,
yesterday, a young man of respectable connection*,
by tne name of Kdward Jehnson, on a charge of stealing
a Tent, valued at f>4. from the store of Daniel Rhodes, No.
SOU I anal street, lie was caught and the property recovered.
Justice Drinker locked htm up for trial
The Smitht in Truu/ilr.?A woman, calling ksrtelf
Mrs. Smith, was arrested, yesterday, on a charge of
Healing a lot of wearing apparel, together with several
pawn tl.'Kets, worth In all toe property of Klixabeth
Smith, residing at No. i:i<> Ueekinan street. Justloe
Di inker looked hi r up for trial.
Jirrett on Suipiciun.?Officer Doyton of the 9th
?nrd, arrested yesterday a young man, calling himself
IVUlium Iloit, whom be spied in a grocery store weighing
lrc silver table spoons, marked K. A. D , with the hanlles
bent up. in order to sell them for old silver. He was
conveyed before Justice (loom at the Jnd district polioe,
,ud locked up. ,\u owntr is wanted for the spoons. Aptly
to the above magistrate. _ ?
i mtfrir *'ii\uuli. - umcer Hitler of the 3d ward, arreted
lust ni^ht a black It How railed John Peter, oa a
ibaigf of u.?iiaulttng H'Uh T. Byrne. residing at 146
Jreenwich street, with a razor, inflicting a severe
round. Locked up for trial by Justice Drinker.
Velil Larceny ?A woman tiling herself Kliia Mo t'Ln,
wax arrented yesterday by a policeman, baring la
it-r possesion a lot of wet linen. amongst which wu a
ihlrt marked James 11 ludi*. No. A7. An owner la wanted.
Vpply to Mr. Mountfort, Uerk of police, 'id dUtrlot, 0th
Jlnailtcr?Officer" Owens, of the Cth ward, arreatei
restcrday an old tnlef called Pat Dolan, obarged with
it-aling a bundle of wearing apparel worth $11, the
iroperty of Mary Heed. No. N Orange street. Locked
ij> fur trial by Justice Drinker.
The Implied Cunfcetlnn or (lit Dak* Of
The London Tunei of the 4th Inst, has a letter (ram
t.i Paris correspondent, from which we select the followng:~
The Mimiieur coatalns a new and movt important arlcle,
(which will bo fouad below.) being the oonfeaaion
if the wretched murderer, made to the Doke Deoaaee,
irand ltefereadary ot the chamber of Peers, whleh he
the Duke Decases) communicated to the Court of Peer*
>u their nest sitting of the 30th alt. This dooumeat, tt
?ill be seen, tully absolves the itovernmeat and the
tuihoritles of all knowledge of, or instrumentality In
:he death of the assassin, an J. taken lu connection with
Lhe manly independent language and conduet of tha
Duke* de l'(i?.[Uier aud Dec.axes, in the affair, cannot fell
10 remove the odium wh^ch minor*, apparently corroborated,
were calculated to attach to all who partloipaUd
in the custody of the murderer.
, Still it reinaius proved that the Inferior officers chare d
with the surveillance of the assassin ware culpably
egllgent.in omitting to anarch hi* person when first
;oiuuittte<r to their care, and their negligence n farther
sstabllrhed by the evldencuof the vain de cKambri, who
remonstrated with them on their inattention to tb*
movement* of hid master. Their officers allege in their
left-nee, we uudi-rst&nd. that they obliged tha Duka
Ifraaiiu) to take off the frock ooat in which he appeared
tolhuin. lie replaced it by a ruhr dr < hambrt, lu the
pocket of which, it isi-upposod b? had placed the polaon.
" Ou Tuesday morning, ' said the Duke Deoazea, ' at
tin) request of thu iarnily. and to accomplish what 1 oonnidered
a duty, I walled on the accused lu hi* prison.
The Duke de rrusliu having complained of excruciating
Hutleriugs, I observed to him that i.e must have anticipated
those sufferings, siuce they were the result. of tba
poison lie had taken, mid that the physicians. being ifuoraut
oftbe nature of the poison. had hesitated to prescribe
fur him, whrn they wrro inlortned that two phiaU
ot luudnnuin. nearly empty, had been discovered In hla
desk. The prisoner replied that' he had not taken laudituum
.' In answer to a second question, he laid that
' he Lad swallowed arsenic, which the small bottle found
in his robe dr chambre on Krlday had contained.' 1 then
asked him how he had procured the poison Ha aasureil
me that' nobody had given it to him,' and that ha
' brought it on the eve of the crime from Traalin.' Ha
moreover 'protested with warmth against the supposition
that he had Intended it to poison the Ltucbesa '
" He added, that he had swallowed that poison on th?
day of the crime, at the moment when he perceived, by
thn in?*fttfur?4a iidnnttul ?i/h ?/* *?! ?? ?%- u
seriously suspected. Ms suicide, In the face of (uob mi
accusation, was a confession. Having remarked thin to
him. he remained silent, but be denied with considerable
vivacity baring confided to any person tba project of
his crime; and, as his explanations were Interiupted
by moans canned by the pains ha experienced. I askud
him if the sufferings of tils mind were not still mora
poignant than those of bis body, and if they did not inspire
him with a deaire to allay them by the expression
>f tbe repentance hn must feet in his heart, adding, that
lis tuLoily wai inclint d to believe that he must have
loinmitted so hirbarou* a crluis in a paroxysm oflnsality,
which ha had no doubt bitterly deplored.
" The unhappy man. raising bis eyes and hand) toward
heaven, then exclaiuied In a broken but strong
roice,' Oh, I do deplore it!' I next took oocaalon to
iay tiuit, lu that supreiuu moment?ill order to satisfy
oth the justice of Uod aud man. It was desirable that
.be expression of his repentance should be as public an
lad been his crime, and that a full conlession should
'Xplain, at leust, If it were possible, the delirium under
which he acted. I offered, if he were disposed to makr
hat contession, to send for the < irand chancellor, or to
write it down and certify it myself. These last words,
which he listened to With a lively emotion, seemed to
sxeite a struggle j,i his breast, and, after a moment of
lesitatiou, he rubied,' I am too latigued?too suffering,
it present. *1V11 the Chancellor that I request him to
lone te-morrow.'
' 1 he disturbed state of mind of the accused was too
risible, and the suffering condition too serious, to per- /
nit thii prolongation of our conversation. The phvti
besides, tiu l just declared that It w\a urgently
leaersary to offer to the patlrnt the iMt consolations of
elision. Thn family having made choice of no clergyman,
in the absence of the venerable pariah priMt of ht.
Sulpice, tho Chancellor intrusted that mission to tbo
parish priest of St Jacques do Iiailt ras.". The court ia
aware that., after thn pious ceremony, which appeared to
have restored a little etrength and calm to the aocueed,
the Chancellor olleri <1 <ujc? more, but in rain, to receive
thn declaration he bad manifested bin wiilinguess to
make. '
Movements of the P?epl?>
Wm L. lieai born, ha j . of ltoxbury, son of (ienerftl
II. A S IJesrborn. ha* beuu appointed Superintendent
nfthe Norwich and Worcester Railroad, in pl*o? of J,
W. Htowt'U, resigned.
Mrs. Henry Clay wm born n?ar Hlllsboro. North
arollna, and removed thence to llagerstovo, Maryland,
i here she r aided till she h'rew to womanhood. Krom
Ugertown the w. ut to hentucky, and waa there united
o Mr. Clay.
Uovernor Wright* friends have had a county oenention
| t Canton, at wtuch they resolved to erect a
itonument over his grave.
It is said that Mr. Tweedy, the whig oandidata for de>gate
to Congress, from Wisoonsln, has be?n elected by
t least a thousand majority.
The wblgs of Ashtabula co , Ohio, in convention aa niMrd
on the luth, nominated ThomaaCorwin as their
audidata for the Presidency.
T^l,. #IJI LI ....
>.? win*" ? ?uruigan naro nominated lame* M. ltdlunds
of \V'e?hteijew tut the whin oaudidete for Oo*
rut, hnil II. L. Miller, of S^Iiimw, for Lieutenant
The whig county contention nt Detroit nntoimoiul;
m'l-il, nominated John McLean for f're?ld?nt. tb?
rlendi of ( lay aud 1'ayior, it is laid, giring In Uittr nl ikn.
A whig meeting wa* to b? hold at Hoxbury, Maas , oa
Vfdm iday ei uiog, to op?n the politic*! muod In tbtl
The New Jereey Democratic State Convention mat at
renton. oh Weuu*?day, and nominated for Onvtroor
i?ni?l Maine* of ttuiwex county. ?tiu filled the office in
143. The whig* were to bold their coavwntioa yeet?r?r
The Ma?iacliu*?tta Demnoratio state Convention a?iV.lneec**,
and nominated <>en Caleb running for 0??ruor,aiin
ll?nry W Cmhaian for Lieut Ootmuot
At county meeting of whig* la Ohio they pa?*?d the
liowiog ?Ke*olved, Thet we hui port uo man for
ITIne wlii U either destitute of all political opinion* or
ho want* the moral pourxge to elprea* them " At
iayton they gave thi* Vereton " Reeolved, That we
re o^poMvJ to the noiuinxtion of any man for the Predeucy
who he* no tlxed principle*, or 1* uuwilllng to
ruclaun them on the hointe top* "
ol J < Kremont arrived here thi* mornlog In the
Wilmington beat, ana took the cam Immediately for
ilken. where, we uoderetand, hi* mother 1* at prearat
ulto tick.?CAet lulon Patriot, Htpt SO

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