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WHOLE NO. 7118. MORNING YORK HER ALD. EDITION ? TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1852. PRICE TWO CENTS. DOUBLE SHEET. SALES BY AUCTION. Adrian II. MULLER. AUCTIONMR.? ADRIAN H. Mullei- will sell at auction on Tuesday, April 27, at 12 o'clock, at tl.e Merohanta' Exchange, on? lot of land, aitua ted on the northerly side of Forty-tirst street, one hundred feet westerly frumseventh avenue, being twenty-live foot in Width by niaety-eight feet nine iuohea in dopth. DS. IIOUG1I, AUCTIONEER.? WEDNESDAY, 28TH ? April, at 10li o'clook A.M. at No. ? Woodhull street, two doora east of Hicks street, Smith Brooklyn, elegant Household furniture, embracing every variety of parlor and chamber Furniture, useful and ornamental; elegant Ta pestry Brussela Carpet, Pier Claasea, Carved Mahogany Bookcases, Wardrobes. Centre Tables. French Bedsteads, Jco., &c. Also, a good aasortiuent of Kitchen Furniture, ?with which the sale will commence. Catalogues at 54 Beek inan street, Tuesday morning. EH. LUDLOW, AUCTIONEER. ? VALUABLE PAINT ? ings, Statuary, Medala, Wines, and Furniture of the late Philip Hone, by order of the execntors. ? E. H. Ludlow will fell at auction on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 27th and 2*th daya of April, at 11 o'clock, at the corner of Broadway and Great Jones street, the valuable rolln-ition of Ancient and Modern Oil Paintings, Engravings, Ms bio Statuary, Ancient and Modern Medals, Antii|ues. &e.; also, old Ma teria and Sherry Wine, in glass, tec.; al.;o, a part of the Household Furniture, consisting of the usual assortment. The sale of Furniture and Wines will take place on Tuesday murnlnK. at 11 o'clock, (the Wines at 1 o'clock precisely.) These Wines were all expressly imported for the late owner, are ofver> great age and excellence, aud especially adapted to the taste of the present day. The attention of ocnuoia aeurs is particularly called to them. Samples can be seen by an order from the auctioneer, on the Monday before the hale. Catalogues ready on the tirat day of April. The Paintings. Statuary, Medals and Engravings, will be sold on Wednesday. commencing at II o'clock. Among the Paintings will be found the celebratod " Dull Lecture," by Newton, and " Anne Page," by Leslie, both having been en f raved for, and by, the Art Union, and wore painted for the ate owner. Also, many of the old Dutch and Flemish school*. and probably as good a colle '.ion of modern artists as was ever offered to the public in one salo, inoluding se veral by C. R. Leslie, G. Stewart, Newton, Turner, Wier, Cols, Morse. Chapman, Wall, &c. Also, a splendid collec tion of four hundred and fifty-aeven Medals, ecnsistlufof the series of Napoleon Medals, made by order of the French government, under the direction of Mons. Denon. Also, miscellaneous and ancient French Medals, oommemorating the French revolution of IKS)); also illustrating the military triumpha of Great Britain during tb. i'eninanlir War. Ala>, ? Cart, in commemoration of the Popes, being a complete series frem Martin 5th. 1417, down to Pio Nino of the present day. These w ill he sold in serius, and the miscellaneous ones separately. Also, the Case which was purchased at the sals of the effects of the late De Witt Clinton, will be sold after the sale of the Medals. Also, some valuablo old Books, Sic., with which the sale will commence. Tho salo will bo conti nued on Thursday, if not finished on Wednesday. Separate catalogues of the Paintings and Medals, and or tho Furni ture, can be had of the auctioneer after tho 1st of April. Orders for catalogues by mail, postage paid. Will be promptly attended to. The collection cau be seen three days pre vious to the sals, on application to E. n. LUDLOW, Auctioneer, No. 11 Wall street. FCOLTON, AUCTIONEER.-SALE OF HOUSEHOLD ? Furniture.? This day, Tuesday, April 27, at 10>? o'olook, at 187 East Broadway, near JefToraen street, all the furni ture of the family, being Sofas, Cliaira, Bureaus, Tables, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Washstands, Feather Beds, Mattresses, Crockery and Glass Ware, and crAy article required in the housekeeping line. No postponement on any acoount. Goods must be remOTod same day. FCOLTON AUCTIONEER.? GENTEEL HOUSEHOLD ? Furniture.? F. Colton will sell, this day, Tuesday, April 27, at 2 o'clock P.M., the entire genteel furniture in house No. 132 Twenty-second street, between Sixth and Seventh ?venues, such as Mahogany Chairs, Sofas, Marble top Tables, freneh Bedsteads, Divans, Dress Bureaus, Three-ply and Ingrain Carpots, Oil Cloths. Feather Beds, Hair Mattresses, China and Glass Ware, Solar and Hall Lamps, Table Cut lery, and Basement Furniture. N. B.? No postponement. Don't forget the hour, 2 o'clock P. M. Henry h. leeds & co, auctioneers, will sell at auction, on Tuesday, April 27th, at 10><J o'clock, at 31 Seventh avenue, between Twelfth and Thirteenth ?treeU, handsome Household Furniture; elegant oarved rosewood in greon and gold satin damask Sofas, Chairs, &c., en suite; elegant carved oak Arm and Sewing Chairs, in green velvet; carved rosewood marble top Centra Tables: Jilt frame Pier Glasses, with slabs and braokets; splendid acs Window Curtains; bronze and marbls Clocks; tins Paintings and Engravings; rosewood 6H octave Piano, made by Meyer Jt Son; royal W ilton Carpets, Brussels and Ingrain do.; Couehcsin crimson and greeu plush; oak Parlor Chairs in fcluepluth; splendid carved oak marble top otegere and Side board do,; Writing Table; green enamelled cottage suites; imitation oak Bodroom Furniture; Hair Mattresses, Feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillows, China and Glass Ware, Kitchen furniture, Stc. Henry h. leeds & co., auctioneers, will sell at Auction, on Tussday, April 27, at 10 o'clook, at 123 Chambers street, Household Furn^ure? consisting of llrussels Carpets, mahogany Sofas and 4W?rs in hair cloth, Centre Tables, Mirrors, Mantel Ornaments, &e? marble t?p Dressing Bureaus, Washstands, Wardrobes, Tables, Mat tings, Beds and Bedding, Kitchen Furniture, tic. Henry 11. leeds & co., auctioneers, will sell at Auction, on Tuesday. April 27, at 10 o'olock, at Wo. 28 West Twenty -fourth street, near Fifth avenue. Household Furniture ? all of which was purchased last fall ?%nd in perfect order, consisting of Brussels Carpets, Pier Cllasseo, handsomely carved Bookcase in mahogany. Sofas, Chairs, Rockers, Card Tables, Centre Tables, beautiful harlequin Dessert Set, Green and Gold Dinner Set. never Used; rich Pearl Handle Siver Dessert Knives and Forks, Fish Knives and Forks. Proof Engravings, Lace Window Curtains, China and Glass Ware, Oil Cloth, Hat Rack, rarved Mnhogany Bedsteads, marble Dross Bureaus, Washstands, Beds, Mattresses and Bedding, Kitchen Furni ture, kc. Henry ii. leeds & co., auctioneers, will sell at Auction, on Tuesday, April 27th, at 10,', o'clock, at No. 4!) Barclny street, Household Furniture? consisting of Brussels and Ingrain Carpots, Mahogany Sofas and Chairs, Tnbles. Bureaus, Sideboards, W a.-hstands, Bed steads. Dining Tables, Ottomans, llair Mattresaos, Feather Beds, Pillows, Oil Cloth, China and Glass Ware. HENRY H. LEEDS & CO.. AUCTIONEERS ? WILL sell ?l auction, on Wednesday. April 2sth, Household VlYlltnlB, at 10 o'oloek| at Nil. '.i ffilur street, consisting of Brussels Carpet, window Curtain', mahogany, ooverod in hair cloth, and brocatelle Sofas, arm and parlor ountre Ta ble, Pianoforte, rosewood bedroom Furniture, French Bed st-acs, Bureaus, Washstands, bed Mattresses, bedding. &"? Moat of the above was made ia Paris ? china, glass, auJ kitchen waro. HENRV H. LEEDS & CO., AUCTIONEERS? WILL ?ell at auction, on Wednesday, April 2^th, handsome Household Furniture, at o'clock, at No. 1* Seventh ? Tenuo, consisting in part of carrel rosewood medallion Si faa, in crimson satin damask, parlor Chairs, sewing and arm Chain, en suitecarved rosewood centre Tables, marble top, cbina and marble Va?o?, lace window Curtains, mantel orna ments, tepestry and Brussels carpets, mahogany French Bedstead*. marble top drawing Bureau, do. Washstands and Dreesing Tables, enamelled cottage furniture, en ault. with marble tops, mahogany Sofas, Chain, tie., china and glass Vare, and lutchen furniture. Henry u. leeds & co. auctioneers, will acll at auction, on Wednesday. April 12.-*, elegant Fur niture, at lll^j ? clock, at 32 Kemaon street, near Piorpont, Brooklyn. consisting of carved rosewood Sofa; six l'arlor Chain; OB* Stfill and one Armed Chair, en suite, covered in crimson and purple silk brocatelle; carrod rosewood marble top Centre Tables: quartette do.; inperb 7-ootave I'iano, made by J. Broadwood te Sons, of London, and eoit $."si0; crimson and gold cilk brocatelle Window Curtains: laoe under da.: tapestry Brussels Carpet: curved rosewood Sofa, in hi ue plush; do. Chairs; Arm Chairs, Ate.; extension Dining Table; black walnut ?ullll lop Etogere, with plait glass back: mahogany Library Table; India Dinner Set; I>ainteu and gilt Desert and Tea Set; Cut Glassware; black walnut, rosewood, and mahogany Bedroom Furniture; Trench Bedsteads; Dressing Bureaus, marble tape Wash etsnds, do : Hair Mattresses: Feather Beds, Bolsters, and Pillows: Brussels and ingrain Carpets: Kitchen Furniture. Henry n. leeds & co. auctioneers, will bell at auction, on Wednesday, April 2H, at 10 o'clock, handsome Household Furniture, at No. 7<> Eleventh street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues, consisting of carved rose wood Sofa-, l'arlor Chairs, Arm do.. Sewing do,, in blue and vhite satin: do. Sofas, l'arlor Chairs, Arm and Sewing ChairB, in crimson plush: elegant rosewood marble top Se cretary and Centre Tables; elegant mahogany extension Dining Tables: Bookcase and Secretary: rosewood Divans, in blue satin; tapestry, Brussels, Wilton, and ingrain I'arptts; mahogany French Bedsteads: mill >ranv Dressing Bureaus; mahogany marble ton Washstands; elegant gill frame Mantel Classes; (iirar doles: bron/.e Canaelebras; China Vases; Parian Figutes; rosewood Fire Screen*; Din ner and Tea Sets; (ilassware: Plated Ware; Chandeliers, &o . 4tc.: Hair Mattresses; Feather He, Is. Bolsters, I'il lows, &e.; mahogany Piano, made by Broadwood & I Son; with an assortment of Kitchen and Bedroom Furniture. I OH N L. VAN DEWATF.K. A I t Tl r > \ E E R ? JO|| N' ? I I,. V Slide water & Co. will ?.< 11. on Tneaday, A pril 27, at 10'^ o'clock, at the sales rootu, 1'.' Wall street, an assortment o! Autograph Letters of George Washington, ite.j a large and splendid sale of Autogralih Letter-, from tho extensive collection of the late Colonel Aaron Burr, consisting of ori Jinal letters of Washington, Hancock, NathaniolGrsen. lamilton, Lord Stirling, Lee, Governor Tavb r, fee , afford ing i>i opportunity to Connoisseurs to possess themselves of -the original manuscripts, rarely to be met with, tho authen ticity of which can be fully proved. Also, a receipt book, with 880 autograph*, to wit:? Philip Livingston, Win. Liv ingston. Paul Jones, and others; letters and papers of Robert llei.ry. 177'.': Abraham Wimple to l.ord Stirling. I7SI; re ceipts for General Washington's stores. 177"s Marinas Wil Jet; Ella* Boudinet, President of the memorable Congress; Timothy Fit kering. afterw ards Secretary of Stste ; Alexaa der Hamilton; Richard Still, aide to Lord Stirling. ilaa n ak, when ('resident of Congress; Count Pnlaski. Henry I,ee, George Clinton; George Taylor, si gner of the li 'ari t in of Independence; .lames Smith, do; tiencral Maxwell. Oetaviv* B 'gardus, Gen. Bailey, Riehard Varick, General Heath, Brig. Steel. John Glover. Alexander S vnm>1l. and S(*K) other valuable and ancient relics of distinguished ?t ?t?smen. Sic. Can be examined on Monday. Also, a like ness of Colonel Burr, hv Stewart, \ ?. 'I I c letters, St' ., can be seen at the store on Monday, with en taloi'iios. Jacob bogart, auctioneer, -stork no is Spruce street.? Tuesday, at It) o'clock, at No. it City llall sqnsre.? Hotel Furniture, consisting of the entire Bar room Fixtures and Furniture, Looking G a < s. Decanter*, Tumblers. Liquors; and also all the Bedroom Furniture, Bedsteads. Beds and Bedding, Furniture. & .. Ate. JACOB BOOART, AUCTIONEER.? STORE, NO. 15 Spruce street. ? Wednesday, April ? ,\ l-nini- 1 r itrix rale of Cotton Machinery. Steam Engine of I "? horse power, at 12o'elock, in Thirty. fifth str ?. I .-tween |h< Seventh and Eighth svenues, consisting of Colt n Mi i cry, Steam En gine, Ift horse power and boilers, all nearly IV \ arid io p T fi d working order comprising the entire machinery. &e., of (he late Andrew McLean, dee-ji-l. e .o i ting of ' Piters, Cards, Spinning Machinery Mnita, Looms I I and S-l 'vide il nil 'e and sdncle Boxes, Teiil, ,Ve , Turning Lathes. Vices, Pn'lles. Shafting Belts, Bleaching, Dyin.', and Finishing Apparatus, Scales, Tresses, Si/in M-uhino. all of which will be sold without reserve Terms cash fpilOMAS ASTEN. AUCTION! Fit. 1 IV Z. NEWELL I & Co., this day, at 1<H, n'oi. k. Hot I furniture, at the corner of Broadway and II*. .* is r.t ;tt 't, tin entire furniture contained in the 1 "lire Ut < i . the American House: *lso, one superior Billiard Titt.l. I'ointings, Si.o, T1IIOMAS ASTEN, AUCTIOM i l. -HOTEL Fi R.NI ture ? By Z. Newell Co.. on Tie lay, 27th inst .at 10 o'clock, at the corner of Br unlway an I lioward street, the entire Furniture contained in tl.o Superi r Bil liard Table, Ste. Also, one Plana ' . r t c, made by Ilroad Wooii. \ITM. WITTERS, AUCTION F.EP. Wli.L II. I.. Otf yf Wednesday, a* one ? Moel-, ?? I' ?' Car.al -li. e.t, t liock anl fixtures of a hardware, t.ri* ? ni ia, and tin n > . dealer. Tools, fcc.; also the Count r H'n s (' i- . .. C ' J,rj, 4 c. Also, on Thursday, at. 10 . 1 at. Si - tit avenue. ? k 'neral assortment of household Fiirnit ire, fc . S ale j otiiiye. BT A0OTIOW. Auction sale? tomorrow? thos. bill, awc tioneer? Wm. Tan Zandt will Mil tt .164 Breome street, all the Furniture in laid house, consisting of Bad steads, Bedding, Sofa, Centra Tabla, Table*, Carpet*, Chairs, Wathitands, etc., oto. Sal* to oommoaee at 10% o'clook. Auction notici.-thos. bell. auctionmr. By W. L Vaniandt.? This day, 10% o'clook, will be ?old all the furniture contained in the large boardfhghouie, 90 Chamber! street. Fifteen Bed-rooms, Parlor*. Dining rooms, Halls. Kitchens, Valuable l'lano, Sofa Bed, 100 yards of Oil Cloth, Jto. _____ Auction notice.-thos. bell, auctioneer.? By W. L. Vaniandt.? Wednesday, 10% o'clock, all tha Senteel furniture of a private family, In the modern house To. 3 Eighth Avenue, Abingdon square; and also same day, 10% o'clock, the furniture ef a family, No. 364 Broome street. Thursday ? The splendid Furniture in the large house, No. 166 East Broadway, by catalogue, at 10% o'clock. And at II o'clock will be sold the furniture of a family at No. 21 Horatio street. Friday ? genteel furniture, and choioe paintings, at No. 139 West Twenty-first street, Third Avenue, at 10% o'clook. Auction notice.? e. Thompson will sell on Wednesday, 28th Inst., at 90 Canal street, opposite the Church, at eleven o'clook, the furniture of said hoase, consisting of Bureaus, Bedsteads and Bedding, Chairs, Tables, Carpets, Oil Cleth ? a large assortment of good furni ture. Rain or shine. C. CA9SIDY, Auctioneer. Auction notice? come out to-day, at twelve o'olock. to close an oxecutor'i estate? Cole ft Chilton will soil at the Merchants' Exchange, nine valuable Lots on ? e Fourth and Eleventh avenues. See auction head? ti. 1 heapest lots that will be sold this year. Auction by wm. h. franklin, at the mir cliants' Exchange, on Tuesday. April ifTth, atl2o'olook, M., the steamboat Koscinsko; is 190 feet long, engine 38 inoh oylinder, 9 feet stroke, onpable of accommodating 125 pas sengers with berths. Terms, 25 per cent on the day of sale, the balance in 4, 8, and 12 months, with approved paper. Sale positive. Auction sale-by w. cole & co., store no. 8 Ann street? Uenteel Uousehold Furniture. ? Thh day, Tuesday, at 10 o'clock, at No. 29 Oliver street, consisting of Mahogany Sofas, Chairs, Card Tables, Marble Tup Centre Table* and Washatands, one Elegant Seoretary Book Case, Bruspel and Ingrain Carpets, Pier Classes. China and Class Ware, Kitchen Furniture, &c. Sale positive, rain or shine. Auction notice-corlies, haydock & cu. will sell, this day, at lOVolock, at their auction room, No. 35 William street, 2,000 casks American Glassware of the manufacture of the Ntw England and Boston and Sand with Class Companies, comprising a desirable assortment of fresh goodi anil best styles. Catalogues and samples are now ready. Auction notice.? the schooner polly bell at Auotion. ? On Wednesday, April 28, at 1 o'clock ? The subscriber will sell the above named schooner at publio auo tion, on Wednesday, April 28. Her inventory can be seen by applying to the Captain on board. James slip, pier No. 32 Eabt ri7er. H. E. WILLARD, Auctioneer. Auction notice.? c. cassidy, auctioneer.? ByH. N. Bush ? Wednesday, at 11 o'olook, at No. 182 Centre street.? To Machinists? The entire and valuable stock of Machinery, consisting of slide, hand and boaring Lathes, drilling and geor cutting Machines, Blacksmith's Tools, Vices, Jtc. Also, the Patent Right for the manufac ture of Patent Fire Arms. Salo positive, for cash. K. D. SMITH, Salesaiau. Auction notice.? c. cassidy. auctionrer.? By n. N. Bush? This day, at 10% o'clook, at No. 10 West Broadway place, near Canal street, the genteel Furni ture contained in said house, consisting of Sofas, Dressing Bureaus, Centre Tables. Carpets, Looklag Glasses, Beds, Bedding, and Bedrsom Furniture, Jtc. K. D. SMITH, Salesman. AlrCTION NOTICE.? C. CASSIDY, AUCTIONEER.? By H. N. Bush? Wednesday, at 10% o'clock, at No. 194 East Twenty-sixth street, near First avenue, the stook of a Dry Goods Store, Fixtures, Counter. Show Cases, Shelves, be. K. D. SMITH, Salesman. Auction sale of grocers' tea canisters. made to order, in the best style and most approved form, extra tine laquered, with fancy gilt labels, this day, at 1 o'clock P. M., at 111 Canal street, near West Broadway, in lots to suit purchasers; also, a row thousand Scgars, to close a concern. DD. NASH, AUCTIONEER, STORK 310 BROAD ? way.? Valuable Household Furniture.?' This day, at IV o'clock A. M., at 724 Greenwich street, a beautiful assort ment of Furniture, parlor, chamber and kitchen, of every thing desirablp ; among which a splendid Piano, and beauti ful Centre Table, Jtc., Jtc. Also, at 36 Howard street, at 10 o'clock A. M., a beautiful lot of Furniture and gas Chande liers; also, a splendid lot of Paintings. Henry t. leeds, auctioneer? ^ willselltiiis day. at No. 37 Market street, corner of Madiaon street, all the Iloushuld Furniture in the above house, at 10 o'olock, comprising the usual variety of a well furnished house, such as Sofas, Chairs, Carpets, Dining Tables, Bedsteads, Bed ding, Dress Bureaus, Washstands, Oil Cloths, China, and Glass Warn, Jtc. Catalogneson the morningof sale. Wednes day, Ap ril 28? Handsome household Furniture, at 10 o'olook. house No. 219 West Fifteenth stroet, between Eighth and Ninth avenues, Sofai, Chairs, Centre and Work Tahlos, 3 Ply and Ingrain Carpets, Oil paintings. Bedsteads. Bedding, Dress Bureaus, Washstands, Lookiag Glasses, China ware. Glass and Plated Ware, Kitchen Furniture. Dining room Tables, Feather Beds, Book Cases, Mantfe Ornaments, Jtc. Catalogues on Tuesday. Sale peremptory, without regard to the weather. JW. BROWN, AUCTIONEER.? HOUSEHOLD FUR ? niture.? J. W. Brown will sell at auction on Wednes day. April 28th, at 10 o'clock, at No. ? Atlantic street, first house above Nevitis street, Brooklyn, the entiro Furni ture contained in the house, consisting of Sofas, Chairs, Card and Centre Tables. Carpets, Oil Cloth, Dining Tables, Bureaus. Bedsteads. Toilet ware, Mattresses. Beds, Bedding, China, Glassware, Kitchen Utensils, Jtc., Jtc. JOHN L. VANDEWATF.R, AUCTIONEER.? TUESDAY, April 27, at lOj-a o'clock, at No. fiO Greenwich atreet.? Elegant Household Furniture? Consisting of mahogany and black walnut Sofas, Chairs, Lonngea, Easy ana larlor (?'haira, in hair cloth, marble top Centre Tables, Sofaa do., F.tngerea, Dining Tables, Breakfast Tahlea, Work Tablt-s, Rockers, Mantel Ornaments, I'ier Glasses, Music Standi, Mahogany Bedfteads, Bureaus, Wash Stands, Toilot Stands, Toilet Snl, Brussels, Tapestry and Three-ply Carpeting*: also, one Rosewood l'iano: also, some fine Old Paintings: also, a splendid assortment of Silver Ware, Silver l'lated Ware. &c., also, an assortment of Raaeraent and Kitchen Furniture, with which the aale will commence. JMORIARTY, AUCTIONEER, WII-L SELL, THIS ? day. at 10 o'clock, at 173 Chatham street, a large as sortment of Furniture, removed from families ohangingtlieir residence*; Carpcta, Sofas, Tables, Chairs. Dir.. Also, thirty Feather Beds, ten Bureaus. forty Bedsteads, one Extension Talle, six Sofas, eight mahn any Rocking Chairs, twenty Tnblei, Crockery, Glassware, 4ie? Sl c. JOHN L.VANDEWATER, AUCTIONEER ? THIS DAY, HoBMhold Furniture, at 10'., o'clock, at !)| We.itTwen tictli street, consisting of the usual assortment of mahogany and black walnut psrlor and dining room Furniture. Bed steails, Bureaus, Washstands, Feather Beds. Palli.vsen, Mattresses, ic.. &e.. together with the usual assortment of basement and kitchen furniture with which the sale will commence. TOIIN KF.ESF,. AUCTIONEER? OREAT SALBOFIIOT llousc and other Plants, Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Flowers in pots, Dahlia Roots, Tube Roses, Long Breed Ca nnr.v iiirds, Oold Fish, &c., &c.? Lyman & Rawdon will sell as nl.ove, this (Tuesday! morning, at one o'clock, at their sale , room. .177 and 879 Broad way, corner of White street. Plants, Trees, &c. ? nre from the Grconhouso of Mr Thomas Dunlnp. and emhrace every variety and some hcautiful specimens. The Canaries are of the long breed, and are tine snipers. The snle to be positive and without reserve. JOHN I,. VANDEWATF.R, \UCTIONEER.? WEDNES day, April 2X. at 10'g o'eloi k, at No. ,'!2 Vesey stroet. ? Household Fnrniture? comprising the usual assortment of household furniture, consisting of mahogany and black walnut. parlor and dining room Furniture. bedroom suites, mshoganv Washstands, cane seat Chairs. Rockers, Mat tresses, Palliasters. Feather Beds. Bolsters, Pillows, tie. Also, one rosewood octave Piano; together with the usual asortmcrt of bedroom and kitchen furniture, with which the I alt will commence. RC. KEMP. Al < THINKER .?HOUSEHOLD FURNI ? tnrc, Silver Ware. Diamonds, &e., this day, Tuna d.'iy. April i.7, at house N'o. 121 Mercer street, a few doora above Prince atrcet. R. C. Kemp will sell at auction as alu^e. nil the Furniture contained in t lie large homo No. 121 Mercer street, being* large assortment of substantial Fnrui turc, all of which haa been made to order by Phyfe. llnth hings. and others, and consists of Brnssel,' three-ply and ether Carpets, Pier Glasses, one handsome Rosewood I'iane Forte nearly new, damask and lace Window Curtains. Parlor Furniture in crimson plush, one very rb-h irilt Fr/uch Mantel Clock. Mantel Ornaments, Sheffield Plated and China Ware, superior Dining Tables, Wardrobes with Mirror Fronts, hand son. e Chamber Furniture. Dining Room and Kitchen Furni ture an excellent Conking Stove. &e,, all of which is woll wi rthy the attention of housekeepers. Al'o one solid silver Ten Set. exhibited at the Fair about three years since, and e.'st J.'tfO. Also one set magnificent Pearls and Diamonds, Diemnnd Hinrs, Breastpins and Ear-Ringa. Catalogues on morning of sale, RC. KEMP. AUCTIONEER.? 11 or s FHul.l i FHHM ? ture. this day, Tueaday, at No. 2 Harriaon Place, I t?cen Court aad Clinton streets. Brooklyn. Being all t 1,? furniture of a privato family, conaiating of a good aiaort in-it.if Parlor, Chamber, and Kitchen Furniture, all in t i rder and but little used. Catalognoa on the morning K W W KsT( OTT, AUCTIONEER. WILL 8RLL, OV I u?*sday morning, April 27, at 10 O'clock, at KM Eighth \ ? Household Furniture, consisting of Carpets, Maho ir w ? fa Bedsteads. Lounge, Chairs, Tables, Window Cur t ? Virmrs, Ac ; also, one superior, tine-toned Pianoforte; i i ? i R< eking Home. H. R BVP AM TION R1R HOI SEHOLD flTRIfl ? lure.---Tlii* day, Tuesday, at lOo'clock, at hon?e No !(' Warren street, H. C. Kemp will sell a* ah?v.>, all the Fur; iturecontained in the said largo boarding hoti so. and en -itingof allthe usual assortment of a lar^e well fur ni 1 ? ?| genteel boarding house; all of which i* in flood order, ml in v 11 worth the attention of housekeepers. Cata logues on morning of sale. He. kemp. auctioneer household furni ? tore. ---This day, Tuesday, at 10 o'clock, at ho'tne N- l .'t Wooster street, near Prince street* It. C. Kemp will ????'I n t aueti ?! . as above, nil the Furniture in the above I -.I. e, consisting of plain Mahogany Parlor, Chamber and Kitchen Furniture, Carpets, &c.. comprising the ujual as I i, -'lit. ___ \Y . W F.STCOTT. AUCTION FKR. ? II A M?SOM K ? Hotifehold Furniture ? on \1>dnr ?lny nv rniiiE, at 10 1< nt, No. yiMi Greenwich strc t, rain or shine, consist fall the furniture in the ln?u<c. tpavlor, chambcrand ) ri : also, one elegant H'"cwod Pian'?forh?, oil tings, &e. Sale will eommcnce with the kitchon ftirni Il/M WITTER8, AUCTIONEF.lt.?' Til IS OA V, AT OMR ? T ? 'cli ck, at 1ST Canal *tr?'nt, admini? t rat .?r's salr of In i ? . hold Furiturc. &c., rorsirti of l arlor, haml-. r. and I itclu ti Furniture, &e., clc ant Tier Oln-^es. Ht?oU< mos, k< , also Sola* Brussels, three j Iv carpet Froneb, ? tt i ?e, at o other llednteadfl. splendid Hair >ia?tr leather H? ?!?, Oil Paintings. Books, sj-rin ' seat- Clmr , R-u kers, Si t 'rockery and Oltss H art , Stows. \ < . M S M'lLVAlN X CO., AUCTION F. F H WILL ??ell, this day, at 10l , o'clo k, at 1M Wall ?tr? ?. near ?r street, a lsrpe a*-, rtmeut of Fruit Tr> es, i insisting l#rri?- Peaehes, Apple-', IVsrs., A. e., A ??.. fr in the I? H ' I -Trie, I cactie*. A|.pli-s, Pear-.. fr m the n ? rj of Wilcomband Blo. dgi.od, y J Hi. it, s. He himr U' v s' M'II.VAIN \ CO., AUCTIONEERS. WII.L a. P, till* dny. at. li n'elork, hi No, J. hn -trc t, ri.er nf Nnsran Mr-ei , a fine colleetlon of rurpetnal m Ij Most, and other Roaes. Carnati ns. I'ansies, Tnb? I. All o a fine eoU?ctlon of Plant* for bedding out, fr< m J. K P. Henderson. BAliBS jmt AUCTION. JOHN L. VANDE WATER, MJCTIONEER.? THIS DAT, at 19% o'clock, at 109 Canal street.? Household Furni ture ? The entire furniture of a double house, oonsisting ia part of mahogany and black walnut Sofas, Tetos-a-tates, Hookers, easy and aewing Chair* in hair cloth, spring seat Chaira, marble top, centra, pier and aide Tahlea, dining Ta bles, card Tables, Sideboards, Etagere, Wardrobes, marble top Bureaus, Waahstands, mahogany and black walnut Bed steads, Palliases, Mattroaaea, Feather Boda. Bolatera. Pil lowa, Ac. Alao, one rosewood Pianoforte, Chiokariag maker, Alao, Hn aaaortment of baaement and kitchen furniture. With which the aale will commcnee, FURNITURE SALES IN BROOKLYN? BT J. 111(1 E nai, Auctioneer. ? Wodneaday, April 28th, at half paat 1 o'clook A. M., at No. Mi Fulton atreet, the Farnitura of a boardi ng house. At half paat 9 o'clock, A, M., at No. US Livingston, aear Smith atreet, parlor, chamber, and kitohea Furniture. At 1 o'olock, P, If., at No. 260 Henry, between Hn.lt io and Harriaon atreeta, splendid rosewood and mahoga ny parlor and chamber Furniture, Pier Qlaaaea, Tapestry, Carpets, oil Paintinga, rioh China Dinner and Tea seta, Cat Glaaa. Cutlery, with the kitchen Furniture. Alao, a splen did roaewood Piano andetool, " Worcester" maker. At 5 o'clook, P. M., at No. 3 Union plaoe, near Hamilton avenue ferry, parlor, chamber and kitchen Furniture. Catalogue* of tno abore sales at the salesroom on Tueaday. HAND80MF, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT AUC tion. ? Mallaby 4 Lyell will sell at auction, on Mon day, 26th, and Tuesday, 27th April, at 10K o'clook, at No. ftOl Broadway, a general aaaortment of Household Furni ture, amongst which are aome handaome Piar and Mantel Glasses, Chandeliers, Clock, Pianoforte, 4c. WE WOULD CALL ATTENTION TO THE SALE OF Houaehold Furniture, and Valuable Booka, to be made by K. II. Ludlow, thia day, at 11 o'clock, at No. 1 Or eat Jones street, corner of Broadway. Catalogues at the office of the auctioneer, 11 Wall atreet. We beg leaye to call attention of purchasera of Wine to the sate to take flace thia day, at 1 o'olock, at the late residence of Philip lone. Esq., deceased, No. 1 Great Jones street, corner ef Broaaway, by order of his executors. The Wines are of a high grade, and no other Wines will be admitted or sold but thoae belonging to his private atock. E. H. LUDLOW, Auctioneer.il Wall street, WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION. AT THE BA zaar, No. 31 Crosby street, on Wednesday, tho 28th ef April, at U o'olock M., a Cray llorae, about seven years old, and sixteen hands high, fur the benefit of vthom it may con cern. HOME 9THADR. PIANOFORTE AND HOUSE FURNISHING Asso ciation, ? Public meeting at the Apollo Kooma, Broad way, on Thursday night, this wuek. The object is to com plete the whole number of auhscrihera before ealliag Car tha monthly duea. The aharea being limited to three aaadra4 in number, and aa the list ia now nearly full, thoae wboia tend joining mnat do so immediately. Thoae who have en tered their narnea, and apoken for extra aharea, maet call now aad aeoure them. The remaining aharea will be sold t? the Drat callera. Every one who feela intereated is deeired to attend. Subacriptiona recoived previous to thu meeting, at the office of the Aasociation, No. 2 Aator House, intha book atere of Adriance, Sherman 4 Co. Hour of meeting, 7% o'olock. JAMF.S P1RSSON, President. E. Wkbstkr, Vice President. A. n. Jocau.vK, Treasurer. Jacob Choi. w?:i,i., Seoretary of Meetings. hoard or MANAacMrnT. Wm. Vah Noams. J. D. Prioe^ PIANOFORTE AND HOUSE FURNISHING Asso ciation.? Members are notified that the monthly daaa are payable on Monday the 3d of May, at the ofllee, Ne. 3 Aator House. The society will then go into full operation. Shares redeemed en the following Friday evening, at the Apollo Rooma. Please be punctual in tne monthly pay menta. LOST AND REWARD!. df RA REWARD.? LOST, ON SATURDAY EVENING iptfXJ Inst, a lady'a Geneva Watch, with blue enamelled case, set with a diamond star, hook chain and oharmes at tached. If the person who haa it in possession will return the same to Messrs. Tiffany, Young 4 Ellis, 271 Broadway, the above reward will be paid, and no questions asked. The number of the watch ia known. It waaof great value to th* jady, being a present from a dcceasod friend. fiK Kfl REWARD? LOST, ON SATURDAY EVENING. WlrxJ a lady'a blue onameled gold wath, with a star on back, sat in diamonds. The finder is rMueated to leay* it at Tiffany, Young 4 Ellis', corner Chambers street and Broadway, and receive the above reward, and no queations asked. The number of the watch ia 4,44/5. Pawnbrokers and others are requested to stop the same if offered. cMI A REWARD-LOST, ON TUESDAY LAST, A yp-lvr large black Newfoundland dog; had on a brass collar, and name of the owner engraved tiioreon. Any per son returning said dog to 412% Broadway, shall reoeive the above reward, and no questions asked. tfcC REWARD? LOST. IN A FIFTH AVENUE OMNI Wtf bus. on,4iatnrday evening, in coming down town, from Seventeenth street, a large gold ring, with a cornelian stono. The finder will receive the above reward, by leaving it at 2t> and 28 Broad street. fitfO REWARD? LOST ON SATURDAY, II O'CLOCK yPO A. M., near the cornernf Jackson and Madison streets, a small tan colored terrier dog, who answers to the name of Hero. Any peraon returning the same to 361 Madison atreet, second floor, will receive the above reward, and the tbanka of the owner. dkrt REWARD.? A SLUT LOST, ON MONDAT, APRIL 19, of a dark brown color; has short le^s and long ears. Answers to the name of Flora. The above reward will bt pai<* at fifi I Hudson street, in the grocery store, ooraer of Ganaevoort atreet, on leaving her there. Notice.-the person that left a light lilrasure wagen, broken down, in Twonty-sixth street, near First avenue, is requested to call and take it away, within one week. S. W. VALENTINE, 183 East Twenty-sixth itreot. LODGING HOUSES. FDBHISHID BOOMS? TO let to 8IBQLE cknti.k MKN (without hoard), ftt No. A2 Henry stroet. I [BURNISHED A I' A HTM ENTS? N EATLY FURNISHED parlors, and bedrooms attached, on fimt and second flonn. A Inn, single roomi to lot to ainglo gentlemen, without bnri, at 147 Chamber? street. FURNISHED PARLOR AND HF.DROOM TO LET, TO a gentleman and lady; lumrd for the lady only. Ad dress E. S. llroadway Post Office, for three days. IjH'RNISBED ROOMS WANTED? A PARLOR AND Bedroom, in a modern house, near Broadway, and ah*ve Fourth street, for a lady. A privato table preferred, or where it ran be served by a restaurant. Reforeucei ox changed. Address box 1.40.'i New York Post offi?e. FURNISHED OR UNFURNISIIED SUITS OF ROOMS, with or without board, or partial board, at 97 Clinton Place, Eighth street. I BURNISHED ROOMS.? A PRIVATE FAMILY, PER tnanently located at 64 Bond street, will let one or two pleasant rooms to gentlemen, with breakfast and tea, if re quired. Itaths, gas. Ac., in the lionse. Rooms and hoard? for two gentlemen and wires, and for singlo gentlemen, ran b* obtained after 1st May ensuing, in a privato family, who will remove after that date into a house with all tho modern improvement*, and located in a pleasant, airy part of the eity, convenient to several etage routes. Address (J. ('. at this olBee. Rooms to let -several rooms, handsomely furnished, suitable for single gentlemen, without hoard, in house No. 10 Warren street, near Broadway. Also, base ment in paid house, suitable for an office. Apply at No. .'>7 Chambers street, after ,1 P. M. TWO FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET, PLEASANTLY situated, near St. John's park, without hoard. Family small; no children. Those disposed te take them perma i ntly preferred. One or two single gentlemen may have tl m on reasonable terms. Inquire at No. 3 Laight street, ii< ? r Canal. TWO BOOKS TO I.ET. TO SINGLE GENNTLEMEN, IN a private family. Terms moderate. Call at Charl ton street. T^O LET-A FURNISHED ROOM. WITHOUT HOARD, from the first of May, to a gentleman. Terms, mode rn e. Apply at No. S7 Monroe street. TO LET? FURNISHED OR IJN FURNISHED, TWO line large parlors, on first floor: also rooms on second and third floors, can bo bail for three years, or less. The house is supplied with a bath, gas, Ac. Apply at 62f> ltroad way. Those wishing it, can be served with breakfast and tea in their rooms. TO LET, FURNISHED? THE LOWER PART 0E house No. 100 West Broadway, consisting of front and lack basement, front parlor, with bod-room attached, berth all, nr smeking-room, and tea-room, to a small family, in quire as above, between White and Franklin streets. TO LET? TO SINGLE GENTLEMEN, A SITTING mom, with three bedreomi attached; also large rooms suitable for two pertona, furnished or unfurnished, at 39 llroadway. fjpo LET.? TO ONE OR TWO GENTLEMEN, A FUR J nished Parlor and Redroom. on second floor, in a pri vate house in Hroonte street, third house west of Broadway. Inquire of A. S. TAN PRA AO, No. 3H0 Broadway, entrance in White street. VERY DESIRABLE APARTMENTS FOR A SMALL family, to be let in Amity street, consisting of the second floor and front basement of a two story and attic bouse. Address M. G., IIox 6*4, Post Offi< e. RB: MOV A. LA. Removal.? mrs. j. forhes respectfully in tonns her customers and the public thnt she has re moved from No. .'I Christopher stroet, to No. 2.W Sixth ? i cnne, between Sixteenth and Seventeenth itreett, where she is prepared to make gentlemen's and boy's clothing, A , at pb' rl notice. Removed. ? Messrs. delluc a co., rispict fully inform their out turners and the public, that the business of their (tore, No. ^Pnrk How, has been removed to No. AM Broadway Messrs. I), n Co., have made arrange ii! ci ts, by ?> bich one of the firm will make annual voyages to I i n | ? . thus seenrinir a c onstaiit supply of Droits, Chemi cals nnd Perfumery, Sic., of the best and freshest quality. V'i r t be accommodation of persona residing in the upper part i.l tin city, Mefsra D. Si Co., will continue to have at their tiii' Ni i'.'iO Fourth, avenue, enrner Twentieth street, an * - - rtmrit of arti' lei- similar to that in the II r- ad way store. ftH I Uroadway. opposite Nihlo't Harden. 2.10 Fourth avenue corner Twentieth st. HOIUFM, CARIlUiU.H, 1.1 OR SAI.F.? A PAIR OF RAY HORSES, FIFTEEN hands big'., stylish drivers and fast travellers; gooil la dies' hi rses, lis .bey are thorough fide saddle horses; gentle ii il kind in double and sinrlo harness. Can he aeon at W in. ('. watt's stable, I.'l Mercer street. mtr anted? a pair or good working bui.es, it li r a farm Apply to It. C. LAYTON, at tho desk of tlis ofl.ee, in the evening. rpo HORSE owners.-tiie EQUARIAN CONDI I tion Powders have, from their own merits, be i me a staple and inost satisfactory medloine for tin cnte of Distemper, Pink Eyo, Colds and Sloh i'im I'ancv or I. nmps on the Skin, Hide ll-und, I ii liCiat Manfo and Surfeit, Obstructed Urine, Swelled i.i , , L' rs of Appetite Impurities of the Blood, or want of i i iiicn Perfectly safi and convenient to be given, and rty at ti c Principal Depot, 47'! Uroadway; Rusht in, t'lort A Co., U'V 10 Ast i House, 27"* Uroadway. aud by my - 1. inlod Arfinti I'rioe ftO cents a package WM S. DUNHAB. NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. PROCEEDINGS IN CONGRESS. Aid for the Collins Steamers will go Through the Senate. Speech oT Mr. Bowie In Opposition to the Free Farm BUI In tho House. CONVENTIONS IN THE SOUTH. GEORGIA UNIONISTS? FLORIDA DEMOCRATS SOUTH CAROLINA 8TATK RIGHTS. MOVEMENTS OF KOSSUTH. Reception ' y the Legislative Committee of Massachusetts, ko? fco., to. From Wuhlngton City. 70S NKW YORK ASSISTANT 8UB-TRHASURYSFIIP, ETC. SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE OK THE NEW YORK HERALD. Washington, April 26. 1852. Ob Saturday. Luther Bradish wan proffered the office of Assistant Treasurer of New York. No reply has yet been received, that I have heard of. In case of hU declina tion, J. Phillips Phenix. late member of Congress from the Third district of New York, will be tendered the position. The political cauldron is quiescent to-day. X. TBI FORGERY OF THK TRKASUUY VOUCHERS, ETC. FROM A REMl'LAR CORRESPONDENT. Washington. April 2ft, 1852. The ease of Brown, of Michigan, for the forgery of Treasury vouchers is still on in the Criminal Court. The Hon. Charles E. Stewart, of Michigan, addressed the jury to-day. John J. Palmer, C. W. Lawrence, and James G. King. Esqg., are appointed as a Committee to examine the ac counts of the late Assistant Treasurer at Now York. Hon. John Young. THIRTY-SECOND CONGRESS. FIRST 8K3SI0N. Senate* Washington, April 20, 1852. CANAL AROCWD ST. MARY'S FA1.L8? UAI.W AT STEAMERS, ETC. Mr. Seward presented joint r (solutions of the Legisla ture of New York, In favor of a ship canal around the Falls of St. Mary's. He remarkod : ? In submitting these reso lutions, I deem it proper to saf that I am proud of tho catholic spirit and patriotism inspired In them, that I shall oonform myself to the wishes of the Legislature, and that I shall co-operate with the representatives of Michi gan. and all others who may take an interest in the mut ter, with alacrity and perseverance, in securing the ear liest possible action on so great and truly national a work as the canal around the Falls of Saint Mary's. Also, a petition numerously signed by mombors of the Legislature and others, in fnvor of a line of steamers be tween New York and Ualway. Also, petitions in favor of a bill giving further romedies to patentees. freedom or tiie m'bi.ic lands. Mr. Walker presented a petition, fifty-two feet long, from Philadelphia, closely signed, praying for the freedom of public lands. THE JAPANESE EXPEDITION. Mr. Borland gave notice that on Wednesday he would call up bis resolution, asking the President to communicate to the flff?tn the object of the naval expe dition to Japan. LIGIITHOOSES ON THE PACIFIC ? TONNAGE ON VESSELS ENTER IN<; CL'IIA, KTC The Chair laid before the Senate two reports from the St eretnry of the Treusury, in answer to the resolutions o' tlie Senate calling for information in relation to light houses on the Pacific const, and in relation to the dis criminating duties exacted 011 the tonnage of the United States entering the perts of Cuba and Porto Itico. INFORMATION WANTED RELATIVE TO THE LANDING OF THE AMERICAN TROOPS AT VERA CRUZ. Mr. Bf.ll, (whig) of Tenn., offered a resolution, request ing the Secretary of the Navy to furnish the Senate with a ropy of the memoir of the landing of the United States troops at Vera Crui, in 1847. by Lieut. Temple, with an appendix, containing the written orders of General Scott and Commodore Conner. Laid over. THE IMPRISONMENT OF Ml. BRACE IN AUSTRIA. Mr Ca?s, (dem.) of Mich., submitted a resolution, which was laid over, that the President of the United states be requested to transmit to the Senato. so far as may Ik- compatible with the public interests, a copy of the correspondence of the American Charge at Vienna, with the Department of State, on the subject of the appre hension and imprisonment, by the Austrian authorities, of theltcv. Charles L Brace, an American citizen THE TOBACCO DIFFICULT* WITH MEXICO. Mr. Bran, (dem ) of Texas, submitted the following re solution. whirl) was laid over, viz: ? Rem I veil That tho I'resident of the United F'iates lio ro quested to ley before the Senate the proofs upon Hie. in tho State Pepartment, submitted hj Messrs. Turner k llen shaw, of t lie city of New Orleans, in relation to the refusal of the Mexican governmunt to gran t permit* to take into the interior, for sale, certain lots of tobacco, imported Into Mexico prior to the treaty of Hidalgo. LANDS IN ARKANSAS. A bill was received from the House to relieve from re servation. anil restore to the mass of public lauds, cer tain lands In Arkansus. It was taken up. and. after some debate, was referred to the Committee on Public Lands. THE MONROE RAILROAD. The bill for tho relief of the Monroe Railroad Com pany was received from the House It was taken up. and. after debate, was ordered to a third rcuding. where upon Mr. Ift NTER (dem.). of Va., objected, and the bill was then postponed till to morrow CALIFORNIA REPRESENTATION, A bill apportioning the representation of California, was read a third time, and passed. PASSAGE OF rniTATE BILLS. All the private bills ordered on Friday to be engrossed, were taken up and pnssed; ufter which action was had ou THE DEFICIENCY BILL The pending question was on Mr. Borland's amend ment. regulating the selection of newspapers in which the laws and public advertisements shall hereafter be pub lished. Messrs. Badgi a. Mangim. Hamlin and Davis opposed the amendment, though approving of its general princi ple. and urged its withdrawal for the present. Mr. Kori.and. (dem ) of Ark., defended the amendment, lut subsequently withdrew it The question again reverted to the amendment, increas ing the compensation to the Collins line of steamers. Mr. Bori and renewed the pointof order raised by him sevcial days ago. that this amendment, not being in pur suance of any estimate from the department. w?.< not In order, as an amendment to the Appropriation bill. The Chair submitted the question to the Senate for its decision. Mr. lion i.an n addressed the Senate several times, main taining that the amendment was out of order, and was n plied to by Messrs. Badger, Hamlin. Hcik. Douglass. 0 v in and Bradruim. Tho quest ion was then taken ? "is the amendment in order V' a*d was decided in the aflirinnthe. as follows : ? Yeas. ? Messrs. Badger Bayard, Bell, Berrien, Bradbnry, Brooke, Clarke, Cooper, I>avU, Dawson, Douglas, Down", Coyer, Owin, Hamlin, .lames, Jones of Tenn ; MaaKtim, Miller, Norris, Rusk, Seward, Shields, Smith, Spruanee, Sumner, Underwood, Ualiam and Wade.? at. N avs.? Messrs. Atchison, llorland, llrodliead, Cass, Dodge, of Wisconsin, Dodge, of low*. Hunter, Jonos, o. Iowa, Mason, Morton. Sebastian and Waller.? 12. The bill was then postponed, and the Senate went Into executive session, and subsequently adjourned. House of Rrprrarntallvri. Washington. April 26. W<? THE CONGRESSIONAL PRINTING ? OVERHAULING OLD ACCOUNTS. Mr. Stanlv. (whig) 0 N. C.. offered a resolution that the 8ecrttary of the Treasury furnish to this House co pies of nil accounts of Trcnholm and Bell, for printing executed, in their narnni, for the Senate and House, for the Thirty -Ant Congress, whether rendered before during. 1 t since the adjoui nine nt of thai. Congress. Mr. Bavlv, (dem ) of Va. ? 1 presume tho Information railed ("f is before the House. Mr Stanlv ? Where? Mr I1a?iv ? It ought to be Mr. StaNI v ? That is just what I want Mi IIavii ? It is before the House, I presume. Tho qUt 1 tlon Is whether the resolution is introduced as an ox 1 1 1 fin not acting 011 the report of the Committee ou printing. Mr. Siani.v ? The question is. whether the gentleman intmds to ToL- against this resolution, as an excuse to < lull li niri tin treasury out of $1(HJ 000, without the facts 1 1 1 1 ^ Is fore the country. 'li. resolution was adopted under a suspension of the roles vipoim , military i.inp warrants. I'b< House took up the bill to further extend the time l< . |< 1 ntli i. Virginia military laud warrants iu Ohio. It ? as it< bate d and pnssed CAPITAL OF Onv.GON. Mr i.oi i-iiart. (di 111 ) of Ih.. front the Committee on I'c iritoiles. reported h joint resolution ratifying the action i.| 1I1 legislature of Oregon, which fixes tho seat of ;. 1 mii nit lit at Salt m, in that territory It was passed. 'I he House then Went into committee of the wh de on t |o . tate ot the I uion on Till HOMESTEAD BILL. Mr How 1 (wlrg) of Md .said the legislation prop >sed I > the bill Is b* ?U on 11 new principle unknown to our 1,1 I 1} and calculated to sup the foundation of our gi vi 1 inn nt. and if ptrsi irered in must result In the must di |>|oi: l le 1 1 1. 1 <iu? i ces These lands aro the common property of the United States, aud arc hold lor the general welfare There were time* when shadows of ? different doctrine hung over our country and when a portion of the peoplx held that the .State* in which unoceupied lands lie were by right the owners of them ; but happily thin misapprehension ha* pa* nod away. In hi? opinion, the tendency of the measure 1* to paralyze and retard. rather than facilitate. the settlement of the lands for a long time to come. The principle of the bill is based on the principle of gratuity, the only prece dent ft>r which is lo Is' found in the history of the Itoinan republic, and which stares us In the faco in its most for midable and revolting feature*. The giving a homestead of one hundred and sixty acres to every man would l>? but the entering wedge to a surrender of all the public lands. It is a true but trite saying, " We should be just, before we are generous" ? have we no debts to pay? Are wo impregnable against our enemies' llavc we no rivals to compete with' The debt of the Mexican war is $(<2,000,000 for the conquest. $!>, 000.000 are due to the creditors who have thronged the doors of Con gress for th? last fifty years, asking satisfaction for the French spoliations ? besides, there are ten to fifteen thousand private claimants asking for redress We have unfinished fortifications, which require sixteen or twenty millions of dollars to finish them, which are essential to place this country in a position of equality with our natural enemy, if wo havo one. Let gentlemen look at Kngland and France, and ask themselves whether we are secure Will the strong arms and brave hearts of the yeomanry be a protection against the steam-navies of Kuropc' No. we must have fortifications, and a navy, armed at all points, and equal to the forces of the two nations hi had uamcd or the history of this republic may be written in two words in less than two years Our oldest and most venerated statesmen tell us, ?? In time of peace, prepare for war." He also spoke of the duty of improving the western waters. When he had concluded his remark*, the committee rose, and the House ad journed. Kossuth In New (Cnglniul. UIH HKCKM'ION HV TI1K C0MM1TTKK OK Til K MA5UA UWSKTTH LK018LATUHK? BB1KF Sl'KHCHKS ANI> A U00l> 1MKNKK. 3riiN?irir.i.i>, April 20. 1 152. Kowuth was received on his retuvn from Northamp ton, at 11 >? o'clock to-day, by the Legislative Coininittco from Boston. The reception took place in the railroad depot. The crowd in the vicinity was not large, and but little enthusiasm was manifested. The Hon. Henry Wilson, President of the Senate and chairman of the committee, welcomed Kos.ni I h as fol lows: ? Tin: WKLCOME TO THIC MAUVAH. Qov. Kossuth: ? In the nauio and in behalf of the go vernment, 1 bid you woicomu to the Commonwealth of AlRwachusctts, to the hospitiilitios of the authorities, and the sincere and enthusiastic greetings of the people. I welcome you, sir, to a commonwealth which recognises the unity of amtikiud, the brotherhood of men and na tions; a commonwealth where the equality of all men be fore the law is fully established, whore ?? personal freedom is secured in its couiplotcst Individuality, and common consent reoognlied as the only just origin of fundamental laws." Welcome, sir, to the soil consecrated by the tears and prayers of tho pilgrim exiles, aud by the first blood of the revolution '. Weleomo to the halls of eounuii, where Otis aud Hancock and the Adamses breathed iuto the na tion the breath of life; to the fields of battle where War ren and his comrades fell, fighting for freedom and the rights of man ; and where the peerless chieftain, to whose tomb you havo just made a pilgrimage, first marshalled the armies ot tin* republic. Welcome to the native Stste of Franklin, who pleudcd the cause of his country to wil ling and unwilling ears in the old world, as you are plead ing the cause of your country in the new world. Wei come to the acquaintance of a people who cherish your cause in their hearts aud who pronounce your name with affection and admiration. Welcome to their free institutions ? institutions of religion, and of learning and of charity, reared by the free choinc of the |>eopIe, for the culture of all. and the relief of all institutions which are the fruits of freedom, such as you strove to give to your fatherland, for wliich crime you are this day a houseless and persecuted exile. To-day, you are thc^ucst of Massachusetts. Sir, the people of Maasachusma are not man-worshippers. They will pay you no unmeaning compliments, no empty honors l!ut they know your history by heart Your early conse cration to freedom; your years of ]>erseculion and impri sonment ; your sublime devotion to the nationality und elevation of your country; the matchless eloquence and untiring energy with which at home you combattcd tho Austrian despot i sin, with which in exile you have plead ed the cause of Hungarian liberty, the cause of univer sal democratic freedom and of national right; the lofty steadiness of your purpose, und the stainless purity of your life; these have won thoir sympathy, and command their profoumlest admiration. Descendants of pilgrim exiles, we greet you warmly. Sons of revolution;! ry pa triots. we hail you as the exiled leader of a noble struggle for ancii nt rights and national independence. We re ceive you as the representative of Hungary, as the cham pion of republicanism in Kurope. Wo welcome you. as we would welcome your gallant people into the sisterhood of republics, iuto tho family of tuitions. The people of the commonwealth, sir. watched the noble struggle of your nation with udmiration and with hope. They felt that the armies you organized and sent into the field were fight ing the buttles not of Hungary alone, but of thu world; be cause they were fought for freedom und for progress. Your victories were our victories. And when, by the treachery of (lorgey. Hungary fell before the armed inter vention of Itussia. they felt, and still feel, that the Czar hud not only violated the rights of Hungary, but had (Utiaged the luw of nations, and the sentiment of the civili/i d world. On this suLJccttfhc message of his Kxcel lency thetiovernor. und the resolutions pending before the Legislature . utter the sentiments of the people of Massachu setts '1 he wave of rcuctioii has swept flvcr Kurope. The high hopes excited by the revolutions of 1h|h are buried in the graves and dungeons of the martyrs of freedom ? are quenched In the blood of the subjugated people. The iron heel of absolutism presses the beating hearts of the nations. The voiee of freedom is heard only in the threatening murmurs of the down trodden masses, or iu the sad accents of their exiled leaders, ltut all is not lost, (lod lives and reigns The purest, the noblest, the niest powerful impulses of the great heart of humanity aie for right and lils-rty Glorious actions and noble aims an- never wholly lost. The 41 soeil of generous sacrifice, Though seeming on the desert east. Pliall rise with (lower and fruit at ia^t." Winn you quit the shores ot the republic you will carry with you the prayers of Massachusetts, that tin days of your exile may lie few. and the subjugation of ; our people brief ; that your country miiy spvedily as sume her proper high position among the nations ; and that you may give to her councils iu the future, as you have in the past, the weight of your character and tho power of your intellect, to guide her onward in the ca reer of progress and of democratic freedom. Again, sir in the name of the government aud people of Massachusetts, 1 welcome you to our hearts and to our homes I wel c< me you to such a reception as it bccomcs a free and democratic people to gitc to the uio>t illustrious iiviug leader and rhauipiou ot freedom und democracy. . , i nr. maoyau's iikplv . Kosst tii replied as follow- ? Mr. Chairman. I feel a deep emotion iu r< calling to memory ull the deep meaning of the eloquent words which you have spoken I hope to Ood that the prayer you have uttered for Hungary in the name of Massachusetts may not be iu Tain, lie said it gu>c him assurance of a speedy restoration to his coun try of its lost liberty. This hope and consolation is placed on the generous diameter of the people of Massachusetts, who always hail, uml always must have, their due weight in influencing the connciLs of the nation. The decision in the councils of your nation may hasten end settle l he course pursued by me, or it may lessen the prospect of my success for a time, in striving for my country's liberty . lie returned iliunks for the cordial j n ci ption he hail met with ; he hud hastened from the fur | Pout h on the wings of the great, democratic steam- ? engini ? fri m u warm climate to ? cold one ? but he was | not ignorant of the generous pulsations of ilie people's f hi arts in favor of universal liberty. He felt proud to be tin guest of the < ild Uiiy State, and should, with pleasure, I put him ? If under the committee s guidance hoc [ 111 INVITIO 10 K ill W Till TM oops, t rc. The (Inventor's aid de camp, iu full uniform, her ? ! stepped fi rwitrd. und Colonel W illiam- in their behalf, irfi no d Kossuth that tiny were there, by order o: lioverin r Itoutwi II to condui t him to the capital of tho Mute mid invite him to review the troops on lloston Ci innien to morrow afternoon. Kossmii expressed his gratitude fur the great Interest <!? vi iin r Ifontwi II had taken in bis country' ? cause, an I aceipted the Invitation to review the troops. At two o'clock Kossuth and suite, with the State com mittee ut down to a sump: uous dinner at the Mus.-asoit Hi use ho s ii i|i ? ill spi ak iu Kane nil Hall on Wednesday next and (lie Legislative banquet wul be given him at the saui" place on 'Ihursday. From New llrunsw It -It. mi: KtrnoPEAN anii noiitii amrrican railroad ? ritiNCK kuwakd's island lkijislatihie. Hi John, N. It., April '?>. 1S02. Inti Mlgence has been received from Kngiand that Mr. Ilineks, the ngent of the Canadian government, for ob taining the co-operation of (ileal Hrituiu in aid if the propo-ed Poropcan and North American Railway, lix lie. n very successful In bis mission, and that lie has ciived tlie assurauei of the Mini-try that they will br u^ the matter before Parliament and also Include another million storlii g for a line of railway to Hamilton Up.ier Canada. 'I In Legislature of l'rincc Fdward's Island was pro rogued on the :<d Instant Tlilrly-six act- were p;i-*ed during the se?sieu. among them nil act to provide for the care of idiot- Ike,, and for the eucouragemcut of iducklit u. Kavlgiillon, ?Siv. It: ii'ai o. April 25, IS 2. Dunkirk Harbor i still closed by ice amino p ? eet of open: in: very soon, Hume forty p.t- ??eiij? er? from ? w Vi i k atiived here la t evening, by the Sti t'? Line P il I ai d took boats for the west lioats leave here regula y, moruinu aud evening, for idl western ports. Hosio*. April -?'? IH/i2, he Penobscot river Is now open, and navigation lew I e n resumed. Nnvnl Intelligence. I S . brig Dolphin. comtmiudei Lee, sailed from Per- 1 na i b co Uh ult , for I'ara. The Southern Mall. IIai.timohk. March 20, 1852. The Pouthorn mail, an late as due, U through froiu New Orlean*. Convention* In the ffonthern States. TIIK UKOltOlA UNIONISTS. 8TK0NG AND POINTKIl KKxOt.tlTIONH ? IMPORTANT LKTTKR K 110 II HKNATOR HAWMON, KTO . OxtiLtnoi. AprU 25, 18M. The following are the resolutions adoptml by th? I!m stitutlonsl Union Convention at MUlwljoYlUti ; ? Itesolved. That the Constitutional Union pxrty will not give their support to any candidate for the office of Pre sident or Vice President of (he United States. unless Ui* convention nominating such candidate shall declare ao qulescence in the measures of Congress known an the Compromise measures. ami it* determination to conn idee these measures as a final adjustment of the matter* em braced by them Resolved. That thin convention, at this time will take no action in relation (0 the approaching Presidential election. Resolved. That. another Convention of the Constitu tional Union 1'urty l>e called after the demooratio and whig convent imih l ave made their 1'rcnidential nomina tion* for the purpose of considering the *aid nomination*, and for the pin pise of taking sin Ii a< ion in relation to the President ial election a* Khali lie de< med i roper, and that Haiti Oonvention be held at Mille Igevillr, at auolt time a* the I'Miident and Vice- Presidents of tbii ()?? vention sl.iill heteafter a point nnd make puiil'o. During the pent- inn i f the Oonvention. the following dispatch troni Senator I)aw*on was circulated among the numbers: ? Washington, April 21, IWf. For James T. N iniict. The caucus lustaiued Manrum's ilaoiiiiiin. Tim Soutliura wliigH ptniiirnlly withdrew. The Convention i? t? tie held en the Kith <?f June, at llaltiranre The breach ia wide and deep. Let the Constitutional Union party ho Arm, and the South will lie Hats. Avoid lint h ? liig ana demniTAtio con ventions, and conservative* of all parties will rally with ana rarty, and eall a convention at Washington. (Siifnedl W. C. DAWSOlf. The Convention adjourned on Friday. FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION NOMIN ATI0N8 FOR 8TATK OPFICKRH ? l>Kt,KII ATRH T? TUK BALTIMORE CONVENTION ? NO INSTRUCTION*. Charleston, April -?>, 1852. The Florida democratic St ate convention assembled at Talluhawc. on the 10th inst. The lion. D, Bird, of Jef ferson county. was appointed Chairman. The nominatlans were a* follows: ? For Umrrnirr. ,lnme* F,. llroome. For Congrtlt. A. T. Maxwell. For F.lrctori, Western districts, Jesse Coe; substitute, Dillon Joidnn. Middle districts. Carway Smith; aulwti tute, 1'. W. Whitu Eastern districts, M. Q. Mcintosh; substitute, I. J. Rogers. IJflrgalri to the Baltimore Conrmtion. ? For the Stale at I.argc lion. D. L. Yulee Dr. S. W. Spencer. Western District, C. C. Yonge. John J-ulian. Jesse One. Middle District. Kx-Gov. John Branch, A. K. Allison, John Westcotl. Eastern District, 0. Byrne (I 1 1 umphreys, J. O. Hell Southern District, W. W. McOaU, M. 0. Brown, L. W. King. The Convention passed four resolutions The first of which affirms the Virginia and Kentucky resolutions of 1708-00. and the Madison report. The recoiid adopts and endorses the llaltimoro resolu tions of 1844-48. The third deprecates the agitation or revival of any past issues as mischievous, and calculated to introduce division among the piople. and weaken the bonds of poli tical fraternity. The fourth appoints fourteen delegate* to Baltimore without inst ructions No preference was expressed for President or Vice President, but it is said Judge Douglas is ihe choice of the dcme.crats of Florida and probably Jefferson Da via for Vice President. SOUTH CAROLINA. Columbia, April 20, 1862. The convention assembled to-day. 147 members were prctent. and the following officers wj-re appointed:? Governor Means. President; James A. Sbobart, clerk) B. O'Neal, doorkeeper; and J. Hayes, messenger. A large audience assembled nnd great interest is felt in tiic pro ceedings. Nothing has been done beyond organizing. Prom Albany. FUNERAL OK OKN. VAN RENHHELAKR ? TRinUTK OF RESPECT TO TIIK MEMORY OK KX-OOVliUNOR YOUNG, ETC. ?rrci AL CORUKSTOKDEKCE OF TIIK NEW VORK HERALD. Alhanv, April 20. 1R62. As a tribute of respect for the memory of the late brave and gallant Gen. Solomon Van Rensselaer, his remains were escorted to their resting place this afternoon, by the whole military force of this city, consisting of tho 26th regiment of New York .State militia. A largo num ber of carriages and hundreds of persons on foot were ali-o in procession. The national ensign floated at half stall during the day from the Capitol, the State Aracnal, the various military armories, and other public places. Minute guns were fired while the procession was in mo tion The Commander-in-Chief has issued orders, as a tribute of respect far the public character of the late John Young, and ii> a lute commander-ill chief of the militia of tins State, that the national flag be di> played at h ilf staff from the Capitol and State Arsenal in tills city, to-morrow and at tlie several ar-cnal* throughout the State on the day after the receipt from head-quarters. W. Steamship* United Htntesnnd Fin pi re City. N?.w Unmans, April 24 1852. The steamship United States left this port thn morn ing. and the Empire City sails to-morrow liotb for New York Meteorologies! Obaervutlona. n r mohbk's magnetic i.im, orricK 2 wall hiiikt. Monday , April '2D, Montreal. 10 A M. ? It in cloudy. Wind went. Ther momotei W) llarometer 2t? 75. It in a plcaaant day The find ntcninboat tliix scar-on Hit* Iron Duke, for Houoh-r vlllr, anchored off the harbor yeaterday morning; Qnr.nrc. 10 A. M. ? A cloudy mornim;, but plcaaant. Wind cant. Thermometer 44 Toronto. 10 A. M. ? Cloudy and raining Thermometer 44. Wind we.'t. WxrirHALL. 10 A M ? Cle?r p|ca"?nt morning. I<nku Chauiplain clrnr, from here twenty nine mile* down. Wind H.W. Thermometer i" Market*. Nm Om.i'tM April 21 1H52. Tlic Mien of cotton to-day were .'> 000 balea, nt ver y full price*. The export* to-diiy have liecn 14,000 bale*. CHtiitnoi. April 21 1H52 Cotton in in good demand and tin- market iirin al full prieff ? 1 baler have bet n Hold. Bwiimork. April 20, 1H52 Full were made to-day of 43<> lieevea at f, 1 :i $,ri on Ui? hoi 1 rqutl to !|itl ( $9iU. Oct. Hon* sell lit THE LIVERPOOL MARKETS. 1'illl.ADF.LrMi* April 20 18.V2 1 lie li tter brought by the teamablp Olty of UhMgow, containing the Liverpool market* ot tint loth in.it. and ln.ui whirh the diipatcb cent y >u yesterday -Wan ci tmrti d wu* n ci i v i d here by the xupcrintendcnt of the I'xt tiling and copied into the public hook Police InttUlf?nr?t The California Pattage Tirkrtt, ? In the mutter of (Jeorge I Hamilton. the agent of the ateam*hlp Keindcer, 1 1 ? i 1 1 - 1 wh> in a complain! had been made noma few day* ago for nlling pa*?agc tickets for the mid ravel, and oi-mi ed by tliu magistrate Yeatcrday we HAW n tele graphic di.- patch t r< in ( apt IiOper ot Philadelphia, ilirnted to tietife I Ilimi I'on in which wa- at a ted, tl at the rtmrnrhlp Reltnlcer would be ready and have Hi am up on Wed new lay. Mr Hamilton now a'wrta ti n lie in rt ady to pay up nil in-tulmenta due upon the mid fhip. 'I herefore it may be i x|iectcd that In a day or two the Reindeer Will be at thin port and receive peaaen gcr*. Mr Hamilton goc- on to I'hiiadclphi.i this dny tie tin purpoie of making nil the nceew-ary arrangement*. The holder! (>f ticket* m?M by (leorge K 1 1 aaallton At Oo, will ntand now n very fair chatiee of obtaining a pa' nue. Thiyw ulddo well to pnwut their claims nt flte office it 1 1 nin ' 1 1 ? >n nnd l'o in the building over ihi Ooean It ink Atur nil the excitement in reference to the -.ale of ticket)-, it i po?ctb|e that the ticket bolder-" will yet be ki cured Wi hope it may be *o. '!>? of Huam Ihitrhbiv >. ?In the matter of alleged ( rjnrj pending ajininel Mr Hiram llutehinwri. before ,h:?tic< I.othrop ecin.-iib ruble te ' nionv In. been taken, in. Mental to tbeca-e hut of im> int. rent m. the public , and ycMciday the bearing wn? turther adjournal until one <i'cl ? K t bi nfh i noon I'i. kptHkri i'i mi hf in hf . h i ? Ventenlajr morning, r lout eleven o'clock . fllecr IM.r of the lower Police ('?.nrf serrated ? pickpocket calling him-elf John W II Urtn- but whoi-e r.-nl name 1* *ald t< be Hatfield abri tl r of .Tack Hatfield the well known pickp'? ket It i. ? that the nccn "I ?;i- tiffendn.il an auction *al*. nt No l; < .reeim ieh ftt . t and thi ofl),-.>r on entering the 1 1. ini- ? i.li eived the action of \\ ill no- and ?t on.-e ii: e. ii r. .1 1 1 ill t he wuc a pk '.pocket The '.flier watched i. lintt ' in when he heard a ladj %d.iim I have lout in v pieketWiok mill a ' William food rime b hind her, Mr Klder felt rttfl.-flid that be wn iliu tftic.. aud nceoia if -ly i i/. d hold of hi firm when t be rogue thivt In'tant dr >).| ? .! 'h- I" eketl . ok OB the tl.n??. where it w:n p ekeit llj. I > the I Kl 1 r and found to eeni.i'i: y.!'J. Th. book Aid Honey mm- imin. diitely elnimed by Mr* Kliua \ ? refi.l'ng a' 1119 I auren i reet. The aecui<ed iw ot i ? m d befori tlieCbicfef Police and committed i j tli Mayor for trial Court Calendar? Tlila Dm jr. I smi> Btati* DirTB.LT OotllT. ? ( Ktn.l? i-ia-n)? Mo* -? '.7. n. 31 to W " i tii m i (!ot Rr ?? Oircult? v09. ".'J2. flOO. 167 3##, 313 316 282 372 373, 374. 375 117. 2W. fauae ou. No. ;.-J4 Mails for Kurope. The Hteamnbip America will lea>" I! "ton to morrow noon, for Halifax und Liverpool The Kuropean mail* will cIium- In thl* city at one and three o'clock thia afternoon. The NiwVoh* Watatr IlaaAio, with the ateat uewn, printed In French and KngUah, will be puh u.-hed at ten o'clock thw m jrnirnj.