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IKOTl'RH OF I>K *H01?r?fO>?. AT TUB TABKR.ViCLK j l.ajt evrtnnf after po>fp. uiog it for > wwk Pr Hrown BOn gave a lecture at the Tabernacle the object of which j mtn to prorr that -Trolt tunti m is incompatible with liberty" The attendance w?? thin and ltd not cinsii1 ' i4 ttt* intellectual cla-s It was in point of number* : ?nd int?iligcn<e, a failure The applause was not cothu. | piartic f l>r H*c? ?mo* said he had been invited to give a lee. ] lure for the Catholic Institute. It wafl a ion#r time since hi- had the pl.??-ur of addressing ihe citii.-a of New \ork, whirh he considered nearly e.)ua. to Boston. (l.a lighter) HI? subject was Protestantism incom patible with Liberty." Ono of the principal charges ?f?iB t the Catholic church, wa?that the was au cue juy ,U> Mberty. It was generally conceded that .she vtu* amply sufficient for all the purposes of salva tion?* FlHlJ religion for the next world, but very bad tor tikis. lx cause she wis hostile to liberty Hp never dreamed of hu-w. ring the objection. Neverthn le*# be oousidcr.d it dtsirab'e. in some ease, uot to show that liis church w* favorable to liberty but to inquire what were tbe rclati. ns ot the religion briuging the ob jection to liberty 1 his obji ction wa.s conuumly brought |.y Proteslanti :u lp bis lecture bit object to show lbat Protestantism wiu- opposed to iuteih ? t jal r. eioua ;.nd civil liberty lie l.e'. 1 that Protestantism wa power-' Jul in demolition He d.d not mean to fay it was in.- ar.. patibie with license I n lei the tir-t head. namely tint 1 rotei-tanu-m is inconsistent with intellectual liberty he said that its boa t that it broke the thraldom "? "P'ritual despotism by tiie lief- .rmation The rca .o? alleged, thai Protestantism omancipaf 4 the mind mnf that?" allowed private judgment. Hut tnis was not intellcctUHl liberty, but a collateral elem-nt When tluy said that Protest autism allowed free f.?? ?f biquiry what did they mean by that 1 jvj It free the uniid fn-m err >r or truth'' n loc* not free nlroui crr r as was evident from the multiplicity o; wedi. into which that church i, divided 1 1 ha- erected no standard by which riuht and wroie; truth aud er-or may lie determined I verj Prote taut c..nf-vs that ? !'? t0tr!Vr ???! that then is n- criterion at all. irotwtautbm therefor. did n<.t free li. ru.rj - He ?night repaid tills freedom of mimi in auother p .iat of view-as a fr. edoui to act M ind bee -mes inoperative in proportion as it truth Trmh wM to the mil d what food was to the body Prote UntUin tli ,f - cannot rive this freedom Y -cause it d ,t J v / h truth. 11. held that tli re v,u, no p vitiv" Pme.tam doctrine, fur every one ot its doctrine* wadoth i, ,-itivo and negative. Thusitv.n of the Pi it tJ-im. of justification by faiili? Man i justiiied b*- f.-ith alone ' ' Man i, ji lificd by f.Jth' in a Catholic doctrine, and a posftiv? part o: tli. I'ro.-tant doc i*? , ' bttlc word - alone.' which ?-i< added by luther in bis translation, throw on' c..oi works, and is the ne^- it.ive part of Prot estautism lie also contended that Piotestantbm ac/nowledsed it did not give the truth and wa,-. li..lilv- to .error. a? wai evident l>y Uu- fnncpleof f : e inqidry it self, a- maintained bv tjhat church M by this systi-m of miuirv after truth tfsbeha-got the truth ? He that hath . e"k-h not On the contrary, the Cailiolic church made .no mcll ac knowlvdpi ment She h;.d Iruthand offered it to ''rot' .mts 1 roteotantism had noi the truth because she waj- alway s seeking ii It wa an error to , ,v that tli catholic church was unfavorable ft o inouir* ; 0'n the eon trarj. she uot only allowed but e jmmtiii led inouirv fn quirt earnestly ; nnd your cond'-mnati.-n > - tl- 't vouuo not enquire freely. Prote-t,,: j ,m Wu, th--for, Vjoon Ws<int with mental activity, and be c ?? t i.iov,- ii m i ,. ncally, if time permitted In proportion an men bad be come Protestants they had sunk int. bectuatly ILuc ? the old school men were oon*ider.-d in th?-e rn. iern iavs i having no sense, because modem rneo could not t.itbom their depth ((.real laughter ) The Protestant writ r- ot tho prcieia day won- not equal to the Protectant writers of theJteformation T be whole argument of tli gr,- it??t ch-itn pion of Protest-autism wis a -oi-bi-m but the vvri'er ?who followed him were tar inferior to him Protectant nin .claimed support bec.u :e it was a religion of liberty J he wan ed to distinguish between retlgious Ubertv .uid infidel liberty Kehgion w-. man ? supreme con' eern tbut which should ru!? hiui in all his acti.n.s an J all tos circumstance*. AU men were e.tu?l. an i ori^ had no right to exercise authority over ana'.iier Protestant - Iwn.l l,y denving the Infallibly the church, subjects tJic whole of religion to human author. ty. Protestant . bad only human law for faith and conscienc ?- Th ? -t-.i tbey bad the Hiblc. but ot that they bad uo Wal Z. session, and no auihority from Almighty 0-- 1 to ei. pound it They bad only their own iLsoa to e^* pound it. which was making it tli" word of man frhc l-rou^ant has. therefore, only a human authority for hb faith. Tf you rwer to li:,tory. you wili *e,- th.a it has always been so Tn every l'rot'stant Sta' > tb? civic authority is superior to th > civil In (1 rmanv the Prince dccides wluit shall be the faitb ot I b^ subj. cf Not long since, the King of I'm, ,ia e -: ibli-bed a liturcv If'T his sultf. Ots in Kngi iud the .Established Church is Mie mere creation ol I be Sttte? meruy anman Tb sovereign is cx offl<V ibe ."unreme h -aio' t! ? rbtiro and the bishops derive a!, tb. ir authority ?rom thL "ye ,n,1 Bccau.-etathoiiei. would not sw-.-ir to tui- thev n ere i iiifi debarred of ?U their civil right# AVLe'n voa *5. i(' ,a,'t,lont^ ?r t:j church. tU-re is no ot "he authority but human aut;iorit* lic-uc . the differ-n-.. of inf;la,lct- tlie Methodists S\r:h ani the Metboduugouth. \\ lint i.Taui^rta sin on one sid- of ? e line is a virtue on the oth-r sij (Laj-hter i a he, e are also BapMstn Nprth arid !t-,pt ,t, h.uth Hui tnitariens North aud I i, ir sorb Thus Protestantism is inconsj-tent v.-.ih t fro ilom because it always subjects r.>liei?n to the civil now^ k # i." dPriK"i'"11 u n '"er VI, "^fiab: che.i yet but by civil power Not ouiv hav ? ?f i-i wen made to establish it but to j -troy tV ou're"' Tlic property of the cturch has h- -at/W an i it'^o fessors martyred It hn< been so in ..,-rm..uy Sweden" f.nginud and Ireland and u. v -r hi- Pro?,.,..^tum . " able to sustain itself but b> per -so. ion An) thi-' in accoidfince with the spirit of P rotes* iuili=m V' u r. all acquainted wiib the p.-nal 1 ,w- in Ir. ja iy> , a relii 1 bill pa.?ed. aud the re alt v...- that t'i ? i V i '* *c rojigion became strong r?gun fjc-i it wLs ;..un i necessary to eiiHet peua. l'.4w.. ngiin under t)" ?t, ace o hemp pnpal agprcss ion lVba' ag.: ions ?> Ta- wvi- . sygr.-ssions upon tbetiucen' They were n i t^u.:. tficy wcre, therefore spiritual a^^'r -v i.-n. Bu; wh- ? <lid the Queen get these ?piri u i: or-m-ativ.'. ' ,rft. niendous applause ) The Ca'holi. chutch in Ireland ba* suffered sever, ly from persecutions jior have JJrtholisa in this country been free from ir. In this city in the eighteenth century a una wa hnng because > w w , atliolir priest He ba<i ib'is maintained that Pi IlVjiY,u W8r in,p?'l'atibl.' wi'h r< ,ig:ou? and inUllcctual i^! T iB,\ 0 'i0* Pr"cl t'IU"<i it was inconsi-tant with tivil liberty. It could not sustain v.,ur iu.-t; utioa u freedom It doe* not i-penl oa theform of BO\emiiH>nt We may have a monarch: -a! govern SSnt ?nd a d< m'icratie governmcn: without freodo-n There is no government under which freedom . xists unl-ss it IrUI is iC?i l? ? S' v'Trjm >nt w '-"'r'' m.-r Will IS law 1, there freedom t..r arbitrary win utlieo sence of despotism Where the supremacy ofi iw U not main taiiied. there is no fr^d -m Human laws to be binding mu,t be transcripts of the divine l-,w nuf Protestantism cannot do this I: ?u.t !.hwo' tw, things It must either subject a to ih? individual, or to thegute? and a tsliori-- are Mir - r ? Ti: SX-u? pie of thu. ^ our diumguished Senator says it is the a jimdual consciMic^ that is I he higher 1 ,w If thU is -o ?,ery Mc may rosL-it the gov man n: sno if th. re .^^Wrnment. there Is n- l.be'VT V .? have on v thy ttfore the choice between despotism ati j anarchy -nid your Protestantism has * - V r?^SSlum S tlln HnJr'? J7<'Mr'- n ?i?"iiv unddc-pv \ (Tremendous applause ) See L >w easily the Catho % l?. 'r* i Wh?eth? State contravene* the law of Ufja. he is free t o ibobey it if it agrees with t ie law of 2^k^",buUnd.-,8?bt'yil Tl-"ri' only- there:.-, re. the bS b rtI k T ,r '11 Pwt-srants hav . not ct-.b It Wr ,5 'ro th,'y on' brou?bl. some portion- of !lft ? f^. w?r^n dhTVr0V<yV* Kr ,;'J i*wti? ution here i~~ V? wt ^rou?hl ir"m bngtand. and inherited be. lore the glorious reformat-, n Tin. i. ? we hare Inherited from old Catholic En 'land and ako the Independence of the judb- ary Trial t,v ui-y aad kobtnt corpus all belong to Catliob- tim and t'be r-L Jbobt religion When we speak of freedom we arc in th< hHbit ol sinking of politi - ?i ' and rili.fi .u- freedom but Wis Is not the real basis of liberty in the ( nited States It is civil liberty? the independence of the judiciary In every State in the Uuion attacks are male on thi* inde pendence and the very spirit wa* codiflei out of the ^"n" llw judiciary was dsstroye-J by making |i ei?>ctivc, and the elec'ioae were carri i by iutrigue t"<J tli. pipelaylng of irrespcwiole committees Rudi >aJ; m of the worst kiu-J was introduced from Ku*>p. *nd M Lrct associitioiis were instituted for the purpose of >ri'"?al'ng this mdicaiis.n Ko.?uth wa. at ;>r -ent the Mgiianimous leadei of this radic.i.t-m What tie ooun 1?^ liad to dread w ii r?dic.ii''m an I th>-n militurv d. ? I ?ot ism to put radicalism down i b Ma:ne li.iuor law Uid woman's rigbti , and ?.tt: i uis Wert itn'an ? tbe vertigos of Protestantism Prot?*-tan'is3i reverwl the order of nature The sheoherd did not take esre of the sheep, but the sheep of th? shepbiri (laughter Protestant ministers, to main'.aiu them~ lv... must be MMMgues II. himfeLf wai* once a Prot-rtaa' mini.-t?r. y*e?w) and thwefore he knew what he v, sayliu ywyiy lm^lble to maiuta.a ! . r.y oa thi* con uSMi bj ^roU'KUnili-a. It w?yi oriiV b th? i' rholic church ft could be ^compUshed As \ nitrtot t ben M WhJJh *?'' l"tlU" ''"tbolic church L ^V. , the couutryfroai l?eln? carried -way, fcv the ; eloquence of Kc^ab to if destruction ' f>i?"r ,e,i,fl0n thri "n 1 edit- rs of nviewa and Catholic newspaper A^sm tbe country wasoierrun with varioue fitnati- i.-m? What religion he '??! bad nob,, Id in Hem, except the ? PT Wt'r(> Metb?Ii?tsol every hue Phm baterians Itaf. lists .Shaker- Mu^letomins and Other dWusion/, Ihconly safety was in the Catholic churth Brooklyn Ctt> Intelligence. Wuuisr Pa a a it i am. WtDrcATioa oi a Moift-Mixr - Tsyterday was made the occasion of a general parade by tbe i military of Kings county for the purpose of uniting with the Franklin Guards in the ceremonies ot dedi cating a Bioiium.nl erected in Oroenwood cemetery to tbe ajiuory of Lieut David W lialdwin late a memlier ? Uiat corps. The miii'arv comprising the 70th Regi Lieut Colonf. Graham a portion of the VM.b Regiment, and tbe 14th do Colonel J.C Smith *,ht .unJ,'r "j; command of Col P S Crooke SSii" H 1-k^ street about two 0 Clock and " IUarr1' At,OUt four o'clo'k the pro (ru.-st - 0 "UUjb<,r "f carriages with invited ffemool^te- ' ?!?? ."?* Pl?- upon which m flip imiiicdiMi been orerted cT rrr^ Hnd 'Ul'?b be^ the officiating ^ vatrm-. ? Brigade lnsp?tor , I j ijU] 1?i,,','*J|ir 1 After pl. cing the cap up.." 1 * "u,n*,?"'pf civiUans tfce usual si^emnUies a fervent, ?nJlJ tlie Mm Hav Mr Sweeny, and an ?P occasion wV delivered by Mr i ni riXTA 1 1 tb. servicer were concluded tia ?onuinent is of Italiiiu marble and alsnit ni?i n? ^ in height On one side is the rePro.entaUoB "V',1 laurels, within wbu b Is the Inscription - i.rsTt " ll,^u1"nanl ""'J ? Baldwin I'irn Ou. i k' ? r^V^' 1H51? by tbe franklin ?0t for ambition . d,? his duly." On tbe obverse si I sr.. M... ?ftr,i, l-^scted by the Iranklin Gua l Company I) 14th vn tUv ftr-t iu U'-.ieO i.) uie i-r%nl"]iti Uuai.i lilfiiuvut, fi i', 8 M " for som acription 1* to be effaced, and ?DoUi?* snbstitnlod A large iiuuiIht of people ba<l asaembled to witness the ceremonle*. theprineipal portion of whJkh w JK Cllj Intelligence. THE PTABB1N0 AFFRAT IN MULBEKBT STHEKT ? J!? yl EST ON THE BODY OF Hlt.Jl DUFKY ? TKBDIOT OF 1UE Jl Ry T11E PRISONER, J011N DOLAN, IIBL.D TO ANSWER. ' 1 csterday. Coroner Ives concluded the investigation in ine matter of the recent stabbiug affray, which occurred on the 8th Inst., bet we. n John Donnelly John Dolan and other* at the house No. 261 Mulberry street, in which a young man of respectability named Hugh Duffy, received j a fata) wound in the abdomen with a knife, from the hand of John Dolan. The deceased. It seems. was accidental! t [ passin ft the house in a wagon and saw the daughter of | John Donnelly on the sidewalk, who called to him to ! ', 'T' ll0UK' 'on"' u"'? were injuring her lather. The deceased being slightly acquainted with the ftmifr. supposing he could possibly render some aid fol low(>d the girl, who is the sister to Dolnn's wife, and iuat ?v. he was Molding tbe stairs, he met Dolan coming down, who. without any provocation, thrust a knite into the abdomen of poor Duffy. iulllcHntr a wound which caused his d. atli tbe nest day, in the city Ilosnital The following is the evidence ldfc.ro the Coroner 1 KSTIMPN V . John Donnelly, of N'o. ;;<il East Twelfth street being sworn. says -I am tbe father . f Mrs Dolan : my wife liad boon to her house on tbe day before the fatal occur rence aud told me tljat Mrs Dolan had gone to her brothers, the next day I ts i nt there to see if I could make any arrangement between the narties, if not to take Mrs. Dolan away with mo according to her desire ; when I went in Dolan wa at dinner . Mis. Dolan asked me to sit down ; 1 did so. and remarked that they (Dolan and his wife) could live very comfortably there, if thev Vvoubl Mrs Dolan replied that -be could if she wotdd J let alone ; 1 then a-ked Dolan what kind of life he I) d or intendedjeading : be asked me what 1 meant ? to ! t xV>ain ; 1 replied, ' for me to explain to vou. after all your exploits, would be needle-, for I find that it is not a man i Ves here, but a devil he la'came enraged at this, and some words ensued between us : he jumped from a table and threw me down, and when I was 'in that i position b struck me : when I got up. we both struck ? tor - one time till he said ? leave my house;'' 1 left the r om then, and stopped in th> hall ; he came out into ; the ball, and we scuitied out to the ?treet ; Mr- Dolan | "1Hl her si-ter came out on the stoop . he struck his I wile, and pitched her down the steps, aud said ' go along for a w? e : " I told him not to dare to trike her, and struck at him with a stick ; I then retired down the sidewalk for a short distance, and spoke j to iiir. ecr four strangers my on then came up. and nut ' . " <>w" caP upon my head: bo than went to where his i ister was standing upon the stoop: I immediately fol owed, and instantly beard s<"nic one who was in the < use shout out. -'tbe pistol:" I ran between Mrs. Dolan i.r husband. and Dolnn l.nij tho pistol to my heart: I seized Dolan and the pistol, and called for help: 1 held on ?t .'t i I)olan1ni!efSl'd his grasp of it; a man came . i . . !IUI'' anJ, helped set it away from Dolan: lie I took the pistol, and I saw n more of it; when I turned ; lound saw Dolan lying upon the door; 1 told every pcr j son to leave the room, aud we left Dolan alone, and went ' iJ' ,^a11' 'l moment after I bird the cry of ! fr n 'Iufcrh Tl"ffy and I saw Dolan lift his hand | t om Duffy, and saw a blade of a kntfe in his hind ! I ran Immediately forward to protect Duffy, when Dolan ruck me with the knife on my right hand; the blade I assed through my hand, he made a second stroke at me when Mrs. Dolan pulled me back and received the blade j lier-elf; Dolan then rushed into a room and closed tho door 1 then went to the front door, where I met Owen ( Duffy, v Mom I told that Hugh was stabbed, and a ked him to have him taken away: I saw Hugh Duffy strike , , ,n w:th " wooden whip stock at the time' Dolan Mabb?d mm. 1 at nek Croal. of No. -301 Twelfth ftrcot, sworn, sava? J n TuoFday. tho Sth inst . I wont to Spring street on biisines. i,,r >lr, Forbes: 1 met Hugh Duffy in Spring v,'.,' went with him to Marshall'-, at the corner of n!'J Mulbolry Streets, where we had a drink to saldthi. h?- 'C ?C!Uae ?"t>'8ry Al,n Donnelly met us and i,, '! , ! was in search of an officer; that her father had ' ? | Jl' "t:'nl Dolan; i ,rent with Hugh Duffy to the - . . ! 'be first person I saw was Mrs Dolan. who was U'c a- \ made my appearance. Dolan told rue to stands. ill lor a few minutes; I went ta the steps and 1 saw Dolan come out with a six barrelled pis. Ur,n?ol).v'- breast: I heard * noise from P^toj. but cannot Fsy whether or not it was the snapping cr cocking of it; a number of men rushed in and the pistol was taken from Dolan; I afterwards saw the pistol upon the sidewalk; shortly nfter I heard the I I -T i?' r\ , fe- "and saw Dolan with one: I went to take i Id of Dully, and at that instant Dolan stabbed liim and lie tell r.1 my feet: he attenu ted to rise, but could not; I wu- tearful of being stabbed myself, and ran out: 1 did not see Dully assault Dolun I have known Dolau since ? opt. last; be and his wire did not live happily together I nave, on two occasions, moved her things away from , was not at home the first time; the second time ?V.t' . not aPPcar to bo any way uneasv aboutlt. At the close of the testimony, the Coroner briefly ad dressed the Jury, who retired, and after a -hort delibera tion rendered the following verdict .via " That Uuirh I nffy came to his d< ath by wounds inflicted with a Unite or some deadly instrument In the hands cf John Dolan." n he rendition ol the verdict, the prisoner was com j mittid to await the action of the Grand Jury. The de i ceased was a native of Ireland, twenty-nine years of age I'nvir.w ok ? Tiiini Br unt:.? The Third Brigade I I n i. ' ,! Militia, under the command of William null, brigadier (.icnerul. paiaded yesterday afternoon, for inspection and review, the regiments, consisting of the event h. tight h and Ninth, were fully uniformed, armed ?i. el cquippi d mustered strongly, and presented th ? finest m.atary appearance that, we have witnessed for several - V!l(:K ,Tbu Seventh n giment National Guard. I " ;l,r <,;l'ni;l Duryen. Kiu.e'l line in tbe Park, in front i n 44 ^'a^,a,^out twoo'cl^ck. and then niarchcJ to ??"crv. They wor. gray coats and white pints, ri v- . re/f'jnent. U iwh i n? toil Oreys. under Colonel I- \o.'. tormul line on the iast -ide of th> Park, opposite i.eckman street, from w};. nee they marched to the Bat my . tney wmc gniy cout and gray pants. The Ninth ret,, ment. Irish \o!unttcrs;. under Colonel Ferris, formed ;ne ..n theregimentnl pwade ?nvund in Lafayette place, infhi rear of A auxhall Garden about eleven o'clock in the forenoon, from whence they proceeded to the i.a,tcry. where the review wa- to take place; they wore green coats and blue p, nt?. About four o'clock in the Mterncon the brigade line \tas formed in the followimt [ ort er : ? ? Brigadier General IV m. Hall and Staff Seventh lieglment X'atii n .l (iuard. Troop of Hi rse. followed by the Kegimental Band, .even companies, each numbering ak vjt f0rtv men. and commanded by Captains I'e-sinuer. ShnUor. Price. Kibler, Creighton. Never- and Monroe Kiglith Begiment. M'ashington Greys. I I loop Of llors.., inimb'Tinu- between forty and fifty, and follow, d by Dodworth's Band J-even companies, each numbering about forty men ami commanded by Captain- Lyon.' Little. Vanderbilt. Chamberlain, tjuain. and two others. r Ninth Ue^iment Irish Volunteers. Troop of llorse, Iri-h Dragoon- Capt Kerriisan iiun;VKTing fifty, and followed by Ih, Munahan Brass Banu. Light companies, each nun.K-.ing about forty-five men: The uuyon Cadet-, t 'apt. l'hei in. Carroll (iuard. Capt tiivcnagh: Lrina Guard. Capt. Murray: Wolfe Tone Guard. Capt. Doran: Mitehel Guard. Capt. Mavky; Sars field Guard. Capt. Daley; Jackse n Guard. Capt. Kelly: aDU i'atnot Guard. Capt. Coffey. Three pieces of artillery, with tbe rmmunition wagons, each drawn by four horses. Having been drawn up in s. line, they were reviewed by bis Honor the Mayor The various companies presented a grand and imposing sight, and perf< : m. d their evolutions with rinarkable precision and regularity. After there view. tbe column marchedftom t he Battery, up Broad way to the l'ark. entered at the east side, and paid a marching salute to tbe Common Council in front of the City Hall: after which they wen dismissed. Firi m! *'* F/iunn ? In our report of the parade on Monday, it was incorrectly stated that Humane Hook and Ladder i Company No. 20, took part, in the procession. It should have read. Humane Hose Company No. 20. num bering 2o men This comp-.ny rolled, on the occasion, the carriage of Alert Il. se Company No. 3. of Brooklyn wlileh was one or the met beautifully ornamented ear nings In the procession. As the procession was moving down Hudson street, aud while several of tbe companies were counteimaxching the carriage of Hose Company j ? ? o.; knocked down n boy mnA pa^ped over his shouldi?r | and neck, causing several serious injuries. Several ol the members earned him to a drug store, where his resident e? U' nltu *hkb tbt'y carried him to his Hopi: IIosk Compa-sv, i f pHiLAn>:i.rt?is ?This company ve-ited Greenwood Cemetery yesterday forenoon, accoin 1 ani. d bv the members of the Marion Hose Company No 4 1 heir magnificent carriage was exhibited all the fore noon in front of the City Hall, and was universally ad J . Tl,uy 1,11 th,! cit> the flve o clock train for 1 bilndelphia They were escorted to fbe boat by the members of the Marion Hose Company No. and the Hope I'.tigine Company No. Wi . t *eoi Host Companv. or Piiii Arr: phu ?Thiscom I any. escorted by the members of Kagle Kngine Com pa - V-V ,N'' the Navy Vard, and other places in Brooklyn yesterday afternoon. I'm m/i. ? The Burnham Guards, of Hoboken. visited je-tevjay staten Island lor target practice They con - te-te d for nine prices. Hi> ? i.i ?? Dnivi*.: a* i S-rr.n t Rt rrnsnM.~On Mon i"y.' ? "i,',K '"''ween six and seven o clock, the driver of fi? J.r.it1?*;''V "n'1 1>Ty \><Kk N" 2"8' when near r i . J carelessly kn^ked down a child, ap l??r?ntly b*tw??n uinr i<nd vleren y??ar? vf at to tho wheels passing over its neck and shoulder The poor ? tea life was ak. n up. s. me said, almost lifeless. n?,rn^!rih. H^,;kl h,"t of who was i ir r time? und where are the Argu* eyes of the t'X l01 ^ watch? perceiving the police were, r,. Jvl" ,J'.Tr' proceeded to note down ! rr/ o i/'.r f ,h* 0I?n'bu>' five,, Mx.ve When he was surrounded by a set of rr w.iio,.. and assailed in a most ruffisnly way by one fellow, who ie*m< d to be the ring ? ader. and who nearly dragged the coat from off his back He. however, shwk the fellow oil a? l before a po liceman could ? be found. ' the s-snilant es, aped tbrouirh fbe crowd officer Black was at length discovered and ?" i,u'ouu*(i ?' the reckless driving, and of the a-sault ? out that very ,,uiet and easy going functionary having held a private conference with the reckless driver in bis ii,'!1 t.*' 'i.u!t'' ""ti'fied from the statement of !i,. , V whip that be was not in fault? that he ' . P . . f 711.. 1 no il wa'1 "je 'hild was in error and had in fact attemjited to run over the omnibus . but !|J|C| . .'i i J'" , f'r the driver was in the slightest degree injured, and the innocent lad may, per chance now be no more. The rowdy who took such a il 7 u in to save the driver of the Last Broadway and Dry Dock omnibus No 258 from ex posure. is said to be one of the starters of the vehicles and this may account for the calm indifference with which the preserver of the peace received the intelligence of his haying assaulted a gentleman who was but performing a duty that every citizen should aid in. He jH however known, aud will yet bemad, amenable. Seriously then 'we cajl upon the Mayor, who is doinphis duty well and reforming in all eases where r> formation is necessary and possible? We call upon him to introduce some sy stem by which the lives of the inhabitants may be safe from the brutality of a set of in. n who respect no age nor sex. ?' t all upon the Mayor to enact some stringent niev jure if?i th" pre eriation f life in this respect Itlsac i ?*n v iieeownry that thi r. should be more police alonr mini dlh' ""'i1'" \'r "t <he different ter diiHi -hovilj U- 1 ni-hvi for every act of rapid driTinj and ti?w often do ?? aee U?d running rncm, even in the thronged thoroughfare of Broadway SomZ thin* mu?t be done or thoee vehicles which in many ro specU are now intolerable. wiU become a nui-anc" that must and shall be put down. Ni* Yon? Muhodiit Episcopal CowreasniE ? Tho proceedings i of this body, yesttrday forenoon, consisted chiefly in the ordination of deacons and elder* The ' !? V.!uP M1orrl1' P?f? bed the sermon, tr im John xr , 16. at the conclusion of which he ordained the following by the laying on of band*:? To the office of Deacon? ,AtxdnmJ- Hunt, Henry IJ. Mead, Tho- It hniith. Charles 8 Brown William M. Nelson, William | ,0*f- James Tl. Hauxburst. Noble I.ovitt. Jeremiah Wil 'ar(J. James W. Macomber. Milo Couchman. James W i Smith. Thomas H. Smith. To the office of Elder? William Q. Browning WiUiam Oslrander. Benjamin M Adams I'liali Mur biter, Orrin P. Matthews Marquis M Oiirti-! George W. knapp Samuel Q. Stevens. A dee Vail David Lyman After this ceremony the communion was *4 ui mistered by Ber. Mr. Bichardsou. first to the new preachers. aud then to the church members who were present Tlie closing prayer was offered l>v Rev I' 11 I Sand ford after which the conference adjourned. Fibf..? About half past seven Monday evening a fire : was discovered in the new building on the soutbci't coiner of Broadway and Broome street which was ?o-m extinguished, with trifling damage. Washington's Headquarters Dutkoved ? Yesterdiv i morning, about half past l o'clock, a fire broke out in the five stoiy brick building en the corner or Broad and Pearl j streets, known as Washington's Hadijuarters. occupld by E. l'.uemicyer as a hotel The fire win first discovered i by policeman Worthmier. ofthc First ward police. In the water closet, attached to the house. The flame* soon spread through the stairway, communicated to the upper stories, aud extended for the whole length cf the build I inp Considerable excitement prevailed; the inniue* were seen al the windows, screaming and rushing about; j several jumped from the windows, ot?;?rs climbed down tlio waterspouts, while some were saved By falling on the awn ings. before the fire could be extinguished, the tliild fourth and fifth stories were destroyed. It is not accurately i Known how the fire origiua?cd." but is supposed to havo I been the work of an incendiary. A woman, whose name lias not been ascertained, sprung from a 3d story window and escaped without serious injury A man. named Lane, is still mining. It is supposed he lies buried iu the ruiu All the rest of the boarders are saved. The firemen wxro bufily engaged during the forenoon in tearing down the walls. The Chief. Captains Leonard. Hopkins and Bren nan. with a large police force, were present and rendered efficient service. Another Attempt to Mi-rder . ? Jas. Smith, wno keeps an oyster cellar iu the basement of No. 13 canal street was yesterday arrested, charged with having, ou the pre viou? evening, tired a pistol loaded with shot and ball at James t;uinn. with intent to take his' life. It seems that Qulnuand Smith's wife had had some difficulty, anl she seized hold of him and pushed him up the steps into the porter house of one Brady, who kept immedi ately over Smith s place. There Smith followed, andde lilxTatcly fired the pistol at Quinu lie was taken before Justice Bogart. who held him to bail in ^SiJO. to answer the charges. Accidental Drowning.? About 1 o'clock, on Monday morning, ari tinknc wn man was observed to* fall into the river, foot of Dover street. The noise of the splashing in the water drew several to the scene of rescue. The body j was subsequently recovered. An inquest was held on the hody by Coroner Ives. It was supposed the deceased was intoxicates at the time of the falling into the water. I * AJAL Accidents ? Coroner Ives held an Inquest, on i Monday. at No. 1,4 Cherry street, upon the body of Cor I neliiis Diendrew a lad 12 years of age, who came to his deat h by becoming entangled 111 the rigging of a vawl ; boat, owned by Mr. Header. A verdict was rendered ac i f,uiu?ly Au waa also held on the body of . Catherine Casey. a child only eight years of aire, whose | parents reside in Thirty-third street, between Ninth and lentil avenues, whose death was caused by a fall It seems the child was at play and fell off a (light of stairs inflicting an injury which caused death in a short time after, verdict accsrdingly About nine o'clock ou Tuesday morning. Caspar Tay lor- residing at No ol8 West Seventeenth street, while attempting to stop a span of horses, which were running with great speed through Amos street, was knocked down, the carriage passing over his persou. and sustained injuries of so serious a character that he died shortly after the occurrence. 1 1 is body was removed to his late residence, where the Coroner will hold an inquest today. Deceased was a chandler by profession, was wealthy, and highly respected. The Coroner held an in quest. yesterday, at No 2(1 Stone street, upon the body of . . . ?-i'fcrthorii, a child uine years old. who died from injuries accidentally received on Thursday afternoon Deceased, while crossing Broad street, accidentally ran against a bar of iion which protruded from u cart, and was struck upon the head with such violence that she died in consequence. A verdiot of accidental death was rendered. Accident. ? On Monday afternoon, about five o'clock. as Moses Spears was tiding along Kighth avenue, a horse that had run off came in collision with his horse, throw ing Mr. Spears with great violence against the curb stone, inflicting several serious wounds on his head and body. A carriage was procured, aud he was removed to his residence. No 145 Tenth avenue, by Officer Stoavitt. ol the Sixteenth ward police. Novel Lavnch ? Dcrification or the Citv. To be launched this morning at ft o'clock, from the yard of Messrs. I.awrence fc i'oulks, at the head of Cherry street, K. It., a steamboat 105 feet long. 20 feet beam, extreme breadth 32 feet? 120 tons. This boat was built iu 30 day?. from the rough timber, and is now so thoroughly completed that she will proceed upou a trial trip in a few days The engine wa-> built by John llur beck. TI .ibo.it is to be employed under the City In spector by the contractors for removing from this city the butcher's blood and offals, and all other unhealthy and deleterious substances. The Heat.? Yesterday was the hottest diir we have had this season, 'i he sky was serene, and notwithstanding the breeze that was stiiring all the time, the heat was exces sive According to the meteorological observations at De'.atoui s office iu \\ all street, the thermometer showed eighty-one degrees at midday and nt three o'clock in the afternoon In cur office the thermometer stood as high as eighty-six. OrTRAcrors Assault.? About one o'clock yesterday morning a female, named Maria Carpenter, was assaulted in Second avenue, between Twenty-first aud Twenty-se cond streets, by a gang of rowdies, who beat her violently and were attempting to drag ber Into a vacant lot. when her cries brought Mr. Willis, of No. 179 Kast Twenty-first street, and a friend of his to her assistance. The rascals then fled and. none of the police be in# near, escaped She was conveyed to the Seventeenth ward station house where medical aid was procured. Ciiap.he or Passing Counterfeit Money. ? A young man. of respectable appearance, miaul Franklin Burritt, was on Monday arrested, charged with having passed, on the evening of the fuh inst. a *1 bill ou the Government Stock Bank, altered to n $10. at the store of Mr. J. II. Monarque. No. 218 Bowery, in payment for a Panama nat. On searching the residence of the accused a num ber of bills on broken banks were found. but no money on the Government Stock Bank. Justice Wood held hiiii for examination Arrest or a Bhk.hr? A black fellow, called Henry Wil ci,,g,.'t" 0,1 s,,nUay n'ght. in the nublic house call the " Tea Boom. ' situated at No 67 Chambers street, owned by Mr. Joseph Sweet. The front door had been forced open with a '"jimmy.5' and the negro was found secreted under the counter, ready for plunder, bnt the speedy discovery made by the officer interrupted the rogue in carrying off any property. The accused wa committed for trial by Justice Bogart. Excursion. ? The first company Continental Guard under the command of Captain J. 0. llelme. will visit Washington's Head quarters, at Ncwburg. on Thursday. 17th inst.. to celebrate the anniversary of the battle of bunker 1 1 ill . They lenve at seven o'clock A. M.. in the steamboat Alicia, from the foot of Murray street Bei.atta. ? A boat race came off yesterday at White, hall, between two four-oarcd boats, tor a putffc of $200. Tbe boats entered for the race were the America and the O l . A. The distance rowed was about ten miles, being from a stake boat off the Battery around Robin's Beef l.ight mid back. The America was the winner of the purse, a ud came in nearly half a mile ahead of her anta gonist Movements! of Individuals. Arrivals at the Hotels. Yksterdav.? At the Irving? A. limner. New Orleans; B llichardson. Chicago; Gen. I'lournoy. Arkansas; C?1 B Campbell E. G. I'ratt. St. Louis; W Smithson. Washington: J Ledoux. Louisiana; Beuj. l'erkins. Best on. At the American? Col Ed K llale. Thos Williams. M. Kimball II. Stanwood. Boston; S*I>t;,fp.n!y'J At th<* Astor? 0, M.Taylor. Dr. P.?, ? ? lr?""a: ?' Saunders. Kentucky; Dr. Noreom. California, f iv-abody. B Dana. Boston: L. Kinsley. All the hotels, yesterday, were crowded with citi zens of Boston, on th^ir way to attend the Whig Conven fliepurpow of sustaining the nomination of Hon. Daniel \\ cbstcr. Literary Notices. IlKAfirs Ukvkii.hu.? Br Sarah Emery Saymoro New ^ ork : Apple ton k Co. This it the best novel we have Blanoed lit for somo time. It uombinos much line sentiment, knowledge of human nature and entertaining instruction. Its characters aredc pietcd to flic lifo, and the whole design appears to be fa?tefully drawn, and no doubt the work, which is neuily bound, will moot with that sueeess which it deserves Tur Hvpropatiiic Encyclopedia. ? By Dr. Trail. 2 vols. New York : 1'owlerw & Wells. I)r. 'I rail is an out-and-out Hydropathist, and ho hai presented these volumes beforo the public, explain ing th? whole system and treatment of " the water euro," and its application to various forms of disease. By doing this he has done great service to the pub lie arid to the medical profession. There can be no doubt but that the water process, in particular easos and on particular constitutions, has a good effect, but the absurdity lies in the universal appli cation which ?onie of its advocates proscribe fer it. There ie much science and sound practical senB* in these volumes, and they will well repay reading for the valuable information which thev afford, and tbe lucid expoaition of the hydropathic system. TaIW.EH of COMMERCR AND N AVIOATION OF THK 1'mted States for the fiscal year 1851.? Washington: A. B. Hamilton. The title ?f this work speaks its value. Tns Rettblic Magazine, for Juno. New York : Thomas U. Whitney. This periodioal is beginning to assume an improved aspect. Among its miscel laneous matter it vory properly and sharply touches up the gentlemen of tne St. George's Society fer their humble loyalty and slavish subjection to the frown of England, exhibited at its recent anniver sary, and assigns a base mercenary motive for luch otherwise unaccountable conduct. Rookh Bec'Iived ? " Altemont/' by Mrs. Nor ton ; ?' Viola," by Emerson Bennett ; " The ('auger. Engineer, Seaman, and Student's Com panion." (a good book); " The Spaewife, ?r the Vucen's Secrot;""Tho Two Fathers," a Spanish lotnance, bv Adams Calpe; " The Adventuros of a Novel Header," from tho French of Jules Sandoau; " I bo Masornc Mautul" a useful litllo work for frcoina^o^ iterating ?rom ftaxlco. Tire TEHP ANT El'EC ROUTK ? TBI lNTlRNAL APPAIBH Of TUB RBITBLIC? THE GREAT SUCCKsiS OF MAX MARKTZKK'S OrKRA TROOPS Tho latest news from the city of Mexico is te the 10th ult. The leading item of importance is that relative to the Te'huantepoc route. None of the Mexican journals girt amy information of the grant to Mr. Sloo. The only intelligence of hia movements comes In private letters M New Orlsana. The Picayune of that city, of the 8th inst.j ?ays Tnr Nrw Tkhi aktipkc Contract. ? We learn on reli able authority, that on Saturday night, the 15th ult , at the city of Mexico. Senor Ramirez, the Mexican Minister of foreign Altairs. nauiud the next day. Sunday, the 10th ult.. as the time when he would meet the representatives of Col. Bloo. aud sign the contract made with him for opcuiug the route over the Isthmus of Tehuan'epec. The inlormation came in a letter from the city of Mexico, of the above date, which is the very latest. The miscellaneous news is as follows : ? [From the New Orleans Hd&. Juno 8. J l?y an arrival from Vera Cruz, we have reoeived ad vices from the city of Mexico to the ll'lh ult. Telegraphic communication between Vera Cruz aud Omaha is now uninterrupted. On the 21st Congress w?? to adjourn. The Monitor of the 19th. complains that thus far nothing had been acoompllshed. Tin' tariH ques tion is still agitated. anu the Monitor earnestly appeals to the advocates of high duties to sacrifice their opinion* for the good of their country. At the latest dates, the Senate \va* engaged ou a proposition to repeal the contract for the importation of tobacco, and on a profit from the deputies for tho settlement of the public debt. In the State of Aguas Calientes. Sue's novel of " The Fortune Teller," has been prohibited. Kcarsaro entertained of the resignation of tho cabinet. The Vnivtrtal considers that the ministry are bound to hold ollice. and that It would be weak and cowardly to withdraw in the hour ot dauger. Strong efforts are making to obtain the pardon of four prisoners taken by tho Mexicans, during the late out break on tha Rio Uruude. Two of these are Amoricaus and two Mexicans. Au amnesty has been proclaimed to all persons con nected with the late seditious movements iu Vera Cruz. Jobberies are as common a* ever ou the Mexican high way. Almost every paper contains one or more accounts if ilie plunder of diligences. The finuncial condition of the government is. as usual, deplorable. Senor ltobles. Minister of War, has addressed a warm appeal to the Chamber of Deputies, entreating that body to lohe no time in providing moans to meet the ( urrent obligations of the administration. Senor Doves was compelled to lend the government $30,000 to pay tho Deputies their per diem. A letter frotn the Governor of Oujiica makes known the arrival atTabutepec. of a number of Americans, compris ing the passengers and crew of the brig Ainphitrite. Capt. staples, shipwrecked on the coast, while sailiug from I a i tuna to California. Assistance was rendered those unl >r tuuate persons, and they, with their effects, were sent to Acapulco. 'I he sick received proper cire and attention. [From the New Orleans l'icayunc. June ?] The Siglo, of the 14th inst., copies from a ministerial uauer of the previous day. au article which states tnat the American government, not being able to comply with the stipulation in the treaty of Guadalupo llidaljo. which obliues It to defend the Mexican frontier again* the In dians. had offered sis millions of dollars to the govern ment ot Mexico ns compensation. Tho Siglo adds ? IT this be true we think the subject needs the approval of Congress, mid if it aliould be agreed to wo much fear that the six millions will be wasted without tho troiitiers receiving much attention " .... ,, t .... One of the papers ot the city of Mexico says that the State of Chiapas is threatened with an invasion from Guatemala, aided and abetted by certain parties In the ?<.rritnrv nf Mexico The government h-is no means of defence" The Siglo says that the last insult that could fall upon thai unfortunate country would be au invasion from Guatemala. , .... On the loth the four Ministers formally resigned theli offices, in conscquence. as they said, of not having merited the eontidenco of Congress in the Tehnantopec aflalr. The '/.mroalUtra. of Jalap#, believes that the President has persuaded the Ministers to withdraw their rcsigna The discussion on the tariff was still proceeding in Congress The Monitor calls on all members toforget per sonal differences, sacrifice their cherished opinions and unite in passing some measure of the kiudfor the salva 1'a coriespondentof the Zempoaltecu, writing from the city, says that on the 18th ult. the law lor the admission of foreign Hour into Vera Cruz was lost in the L hambei of Dmiutios by a vote of two-thirds. The Senate Iiuh pawned a bi 1 appropriating $30,000 for the repairs of th? national road, between \ era Cruz and ' Tile Seminole chiefs. ATild Cat. Tiger Tall, and their companions, buve arrived in the city of Mexico on a lri? ndly visit to the President and Congress. The Monitor announce.-, the arrival ia that ciiy of a pe tition from the ladies of Matamoras for the pardon of four persons, cond. mnod to death for having taken part In the attack on Matamoras by Caravajal in the month of Octo ber last. Two of them are- Mexicans, and two Americans, and they were all private soldiers. A writer in the Mom - to urges upon the government the policy as well as hu manity of pardoning these crimiaals. aud praises the mag nanimity of ths ladies of Matamoras. T he Legislature of Tamaulipas had established a toll at the eates of Matainoros and Camargo of one shilling a | load the proceeds to be applied to the opening of n?w reads, repairing the old ones, and constructing bridges. . The Vera Cruz Eeo del Commit, of the '20th. announces tbi completion of the telegraphic line between \cra Cruz "''The'l.eg'^ature of Guanajuato has authorised _the go vernment ?? lake tops for the cstablifhmentof atete graphie line between \ era Cruz and San Bias, on the l nTbe?'/>o says that recently Pon Victor Ferret, acsom iiii nled by a servant. wh? ttoing from Nopalucan to I uel>Ia. When he met an armed party who were hunting for i hi. v.? He mistook them f.?r robbers, and immediately (lred upon them killing the captain and one of the sol diers. The rest of the party, exasperated at the Ml of their captain, discharged their pieccs at. Senor 1 erret, and uriouMy wounded him and hi? servant. Ou the night or the 10th. Max Maretzek s opera troupe gave their first representation in the city of M''x,c?- l h,! opera was ? Lucia di Lauiu.cruioor. and the Motutm di - votes nearly three columns to a description of the p*r toimanee The writer praises liigiily both Bertucca and Beneventano, but goes into rapturM oyer Salvia Ed caido. The vast theatre was crowded to its rulltst. ex tent. and the editor says that never before was so rich a musical feast spread before the citizens of Mexico. Cotton Trnilc. The annexed statement exhibits the movements iu this staple, iu this country, up to the latest dates, in each of the pa?t thice year*. MoVLMEVrS ay COITOV IN Tits UNITED . tATES. Bale*. Receipts at ports since Sept. 1 . 1851 2. Corresponding dates J^ycar.^. ...... ..... ... - ? ^ Exports from United States since Sept. 1, 1851. 2,150.000 Corresponding dates last year l-b7- "ou ?' year belore , 7- !^ Exports to Groat Britain since Sept. 1, 1851 . . . 1.|5j.000 Corresponding dates last year 1 ?i " year before li' Stock in New York and ports or receipt 304 .<>00 C? ^responding dates last year -i> ? w .. ?' year before ?wo.wu Receipts at this port since 1st inst.. 8.000 bales; ex ports. G.OtO; taken by spinners. 3,000; taken on specula tion, 8,000; stock in all hands, >15.000; amount on sale, 13 000 bales. .... , . ??.i In relation to the movements in this market, and the now ciop. T. J. Stewart fc Co.'s circular of Saturday ^says; The week succeeding our last report, per Atlantic, on May 20th. was characterised by continued dullness, winch at the close amounted to a decline of \,c.j the sales or the week being about 4.tK.0 bales. On Monday, fthlnst the Hermann arrived with the markets ot 2tth and -.th at Liverpool, which being considered indicative or >,d. ad vance by the America, then nearly due at Halifax, greater firmness was shown by holders, without., however. 'mP"''t mg a spirit to the flat tone of the market. The sales of , the day were incousiderable, and was attributed to . the fae t that she brought but few letters. On Tuesday the business reached 1,000 bales, at previous, but rather | more luniform prices. T he America s advices, W rather a meagre report of them, were received early oil W ednos dav morning, but as the advance obtained there was ol u tiitling character, buyers found no difflculty in obtaitUug their supplies at >,c. easier rates, at which w. re dispoM-d of. More full tel^raphic reports indicating a stronger market being received the next day, and ? A*o desoatches of Hoods In some sections or the Southern country, less willingness to sell was apparent, except at a?mall improvement, at which 1.700 bales were reported The America's letters wire received yesterday, but elid not strengthen the miuket. which closed steady with sales 01 The^x'ceJw or receipts over last year has gained on our previous statement, but from the exhausted state of the Interior depots, it is evident that they have reached the climax and must soon recede, unless planters are so well satiHtii d with prices that thuy are indisposed to retain the usual Iraetions. which we do not believe The new crop continues ttf progress, it we may judge rrotn the als nee ot adverse reports. In some not. lately. Hufflcirnt rain to-ecure a good stand, but we now hear of heavy supplies, and tears of floods, and their attendant cous? (iuences prevail. v e do not attach lm porta n<e to any injury predicated on these ^raim mm yet, although such may have occurred. At sUge of the season, such injuries are merely temporary, and as the planting has boon large, we have no reason to look for anything but a good crop. The < losing quotations in this market were si annex ed ? Livkrpooi. Ci.ASSiricATio v. Upland!, Floruit. . Oil tan ?. vit: arotriht and North t'i t. N.&rl of Atlantic Ala.4rT*nn. l'?al.,aHd jtorti. qroiotht. ""Pats Inferior Jf?s ? 7ji a ? <^'4* Ordinary f a 8J? a *? , 5,5 a 5^, Middling S?'4 a 9% a U,'4 a <;o?d middling... a a 10 10 a l()l4 Middling fair 10\ a 10', 10 '1 a IU',' 10^ a ll Fair 10?, a 10^ none. lljl a UX Fnllyfair ? a ll'i none. \\\ * I2 (joud fair ? a II, '< none nominal. line . nominal. none. aomiaal. Stock Sole*. rnii.Anr.i.rHjA, Jun? IS.? (Reported by Barker. Brothers It Co.) ? Firtt Hoard? *2,.r/00 I'ennaylvania ?<'*, 98^; W 2S -Lehigh Interest, !?2; 300 I'ennaylvania d'l, 10^)4; 1,100 do.. 600 Schuylkill Navigation ti's, OH, int on, M*.; IS, 000 Heading 0's, 70. *6, 80; 20 shares Union Canal, 1 2V: 12 Vioks barK Railroad, 141*; 60 Long Island, cash, Ul'^ BO Reading Railroad, l.r>. 41; 10 Barrislmrg, 47; 6 Lehigh Naylgatinn. 44; 00 Morris Canal. s6, 1?V; .'I North American Bank.lAI; 16 Uirard Hank, I2^i; 16 Union Bank, Tennesaoe.7A; 8 Philadel phia Bank, lSli,1 j; 10 Tradesmen's Hank, 54. Hetween Hoard) ? $1,000 Pittsburg Conpon ti's, '69. 102%; 200 abates Reading Railroad, sf>. 40*,. Her and Board? $1,101 Loliiih Interest, 02; 50 do., 1,000 Schuylkill Navigation ti's. 'IW, Int on, M, ftlTi; n UIKI do. 5's, '86, bft, 7H'4; IS.OtX) I'ennaylvaaia 6,a?wn. !'H; n.OOO do., b*. OS; 207 17 Kenainftt?n ti's, iJll; 2,'i shares Le hish Navigation, 44; Ml Morria Canal, is U; li Pennsylvania Railroad, 44& lo do., 44 W; 16 United States Hank, Ii North America Bans, 164; fc Maniifacters' and Mechanics' Hank, 2sV. Aftrr Bofir4--|6,000 Schojlklll Navigation fi's,'6H, Int on. I?1. ; '?> shares Lehigh Navigation, 44; ISO Roadlng Railroad, W.wn, 41; .'ISO do., s!iwn, 41; 100 do.. *6, 41; 300 M, 41; 1(10 do., I?6, 4I)*':1(SI do., sA, ll'?; 60 Union Canal, bS, 12%, i!00 Long Island Railroad, hft, |0'4'. Bai.TiwenB.Jnno 14.? Stork Board? $ l,7'*l Baltimore ti's, '70. IWi. 2 WlO Baltimore snd Ohio Railroad Bonds, '07, 0o; 13 sliarea Msriae Hsnk, 1 li Mei hanics' Bank, 17, ir 3J 1 rsskUn ilauk, 12;? . 30 8aHt?otB ?nd QUi? R?ll*?ad, 80^; 28 4o? 8M(. At the Btird this day, Marylaad 6'? closed at If* asked ,( for the ope*'*?); Baltimore 6's. 1S80. l?f.^ bid, \Ct\i asked: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Binds, IWp, 96 bid. SSKasked; do, 187*. %'? bid, do, 1HH0, Mbi bid, W asked? do. shares. HO4, bid. SIM ssked; York and Cumberland Railroad, 21k Md. 21),, asked; Baltimore had Suw(oohanna Railroad, SU bid, "" 32 V? asked. Married. On Tuesday, June 15. by ller. Caleb Ciapp, David P*LMr* to Maht K.. daughter of Stephen Squire* In thin city, ou Sunday May 23. by the Rev Robert Travis. Jcsim M. L*ons, of Liverpool. England, to Alias Ann K. Nicholson, of this city. On Tuetday morning, Juue 15. by tho Her. John M. Macauley. Edmund Thompson to Mahy, daughter of Daniol Walker. Kto., all of this city. At New Brunswick. N. J., June 15. l>y the Roy. A. V. Wyckoff. Ahbaiiam IUameh. of this city, to Anna Sam mis, daughter of Nichblas Wyokoff, Kt-q., of the former place. ? Died, On Tuesday, Juno 15. John T Wihon, eldest son of Charles C. Wilson, sued 18 years 7 months and 5 days. We believe tliat he'froin hi* bright homo, In Puradi.-o above, Doth look with feeling now below On those who shared his love. The relatives and frieitos, also the members of Solon Lodge Saw. I. 0 ofO. ? , are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, from his father's residence. No. 211 Cherry street, this afternoon, ut 4 o'clock. On Tuesday, June 15, Uktsy Klaour, widow of the late Jacob Flagur. aged 07 years and 4 months. Friends and acquaintance? nro requested to attend her funeral, to-morrow, from her daughter's residence, 45 Clinton street, without further notice On Tuesday. June 16, from an accident received from Ids horse running away, C. D. Tiialer, In the 33d year of bis 8ge. II ih friends and relatives are invited, without further notice, to attend his funeral, fiom his late residence, 318 West Seventeenth street, to-morrow, at 10 o'clock; also, Capt. Leiri-on's troop of llu^sars. On Tuesday, Juue 15. at 1 o'clock P.M.. of a long and severe illness, Jane Kilf.t, wife of Thomas Kiley, and daughter of the late Maurice T. Roche, aged 22 years. The friends of the family are respectfully invited to at tend her funeral, to morrow afternoon, at 2 o'olock, from her late residence. No. 10 Robinson street. In New Orleans, May 31 of cholera. Mrs. Klixa Jans wife of C. M. Simpson, aged 20 years. ? Yb i i i u r I s t h l, t,Te k m c k 7 Movement* of Ocean Steamers. Names. Leaves 1)ate. Fob Glasgow Glasgow J uae 2. ..New- York. City of Glasgow . . ? Liverpool. . . June 2. ..Phiiadulphia. Fun pa Liverpool. .Juno 5. , .Now- York. Sarah Sands Liverpool. .. . June 3. . .New- York. Franklin Havre. Juno 8. ..Non-York. Niagara Liverpool ... June 12. ..Boston. Atlantio Liverpool. . .June 16. ..Now York. Asia New York. ..June 16. ..Liverpool. Hermann New York. .. Juno IB. .. Itremea. Prometheus New-York. ..June 19. .. Sao Juan. Illinois Now- York. ..June 21. ..Aspiawall. Wbi Poun New-York. ..June 22. ..New Orleans. America Boston Juno23. ..Liverpool. Cherokee New-York. ,.June24.. .Havana, Ac. Baltic New York. . .Juno 26. .. Liverpool. West Wiud New- York. ..June 26. ..Now Orleans. Cortes New-York. ..July 1. ..Rio A Valparaiso. United States New-York. ..July 2. . .Aspinwalf. Siorra Nevada. ... New-York. ..July H. ..Aspinwall. City of Pittsburg. .New-York. ..July 10...Saa Francisco. almanac? jonb 16. sun rises 4 30 | moon Rises mortt..3 40 SVN SETS 7 31 I HIGH WATEE UV0..7 58 FORT OF NEW YORK, JUN? 15> 1862 Cleared* Steamship AM* (Br). JudUins, Liverpool, E Cunard, Jr. Ship Fanny Forrester. Peterson, San Francisco, J Ogdon. Ship Robert Burton, Dicks, Fort Vancouver, Oregou, J S I] ill. Ship New York, Hutchinson, Liverpool, C II Marshall & Co. Ship Zurich, Rich. Havre, M Livingston. Ship Onward (Br), Welch, Quebec, Barclay A Livingston. Ship loan (Br). Kerr, Quebec, D Pilkiu^tgn. Ship John Mamhall, Robertson, llatliur.st, NB,T P Ellicott. Ship Eva, Philbrook, St John. Mi, . I O llakur A Co. Bark Gov Yon Oxholu, Davis, St Thomas, Sic, Aymar & Co. Brig Preclosa (Swed), Ashkerry, Stockholm, Funoh A Meincke. Brig Fulton (Br), McCall, Curaooa, Jas fluntor Sc Co. Brig Pilgrim (Br), McCandre, St Johns, PR, 1* I Nevius A Sons. Brig British Oak (Br), Bunker, St John, NB, D St Ar manl. Brig Chalcedony, King, Londonderry, NB, J S Whitney A Co. Biig Daniel lluntley, Coalfleet, Windsor, NS, J S Whit ney A Co. Brig l'odraza, Dorrltie, Charleston, A G Bonson. Sthr Thetis. Ferop, Cape Canso, JLliDKDe Wolf. Schr Memento. Smith, Wilmington, 11 us soy A Murray. Schr Wm 11 Smith, Jonos, Wilmington, Dolnor A Potter Schr Emily Johnson, Dissosway, Baltimore, Juliusou A Lowden. Schr Bay Stato, Burr, Boston, Dayton A Sprague. Schr Cabot, Nickcrson, Brwtun, Foster A Nickersoa, Steamer Oneida, O'Nicll, Philadelphia, J A N Brifgs. Sloop Report, Wells, Full River, J 11 Havens. Sloop Lady Fcnwiek, Knight, New Haven. Sloop America, Sturges, Providence. Arrived, Steamship Florida, Lyon, Savaunah. with mdse and pas setters, to S L Mitchill. June 14, 3:45 AM, 10 miles N of Cupe Lookout, exchanged signals with steamships Alabama atd Marlon; same day, off llatteras, exchanged signals with a ship showing a blue signal with a white ball. Steamship I nion, Adams, Charleston, 58 hours, with mdse and j assengers, to Spuffora, Tileston A Co. Off Charleston bar, passed ship Amelia, bound up, and off Cape Lo'okout, ship Westmoriland, of Philadelphia. lin-rK Julia Ueyn (Prns), Knoop, Belfast, 33 days, with ircn and 14t< passengers, t?> Moorman, Johnston Si Co. Bark Sabine Alrancois (Bclg), Bechman. Antwerp, 41 days, in ballast, with 133 passengers, to W RUchmullcr. . June 1, on Grand Bank, spoke ship Jane Merrick, 3S days from London for NYork. i Mark Ocean ( Fr). Brouten, Marseilles, 63 days, with wins and brandy, to J Thompson. Bark Mcrcy Ellen (ot llarpswell), Stover, Sagua, 11 days, with sugar and molasses, to Young A Hawkins. Bark Panchita, Liesegang, Philadelphia, 2 days, wit u coal, to RC Read. Brig Jorgcn Brunchorst (Nor), Nelson, Bergen, Norway, in ballast, with 117 passengers, to Schmidt Si Balchen. i Brig Hecurso the Second (Sp).Gale, Malaga, 36 days, with wiue and fruit, to Catet A Astoine. Brig Xenophon (of North Yarmouth), York. Arocibo, 14 da.vs. with sugarand aiolasses, to Moller, Sands A Riera. Jirtg Win Crawford, Brookiugs, Gardiner, 10 days. Schr Mary Eliza. Ilotchkiss, Chrystal River, Fa, 16 days, with timber, to J Grice. Schr Secretary Marcy (.1 masts), Gautier, Washington, NC, 3 days, with naval stores. U S rev cutter Crawford, Coste, Key West, via Norfolk, 48 boors. Schr White Clond, Newbury, Roanoke, 4 days. Sclir St Mary. Lam kia, Virginia, .'1 days. Schr Vermillion, Lougstrtet, Virginia for New Haven. Schr Rio Grande, Kinney, Baltimore, 3 days. Schr J R Jcwett, Baker, Newport. ? Schr Isabella. Arbecam, Boston, 3 days. Schr Cyrus Chamberlain, Bearso, Boston, 3 days, Schr Sarah, Perry, New Bedford, 2 days. Schr L Snow Jr. Long, Harwich, 3 days, Schr Albatross, Smith, Tisbury. ?< hr A M Hale, Smith, Orland. Schr Rialto, Colson, Machias, 0 days. Schr Mary II Case, Comstock, Lubcc, 0 days. Schr Albany Packet, Grant, Rockland, 5 days. Schr Marcellus, Elvms, Rockland. S. hr Delaware, Buidett, Rockland. Schr Susan, Graffam, Portland, !i days. Schr Bangor, Jordan. Ellsworth. 12 days. Schr Ceresco, Lord, Ellsworth, 12 day*. Sflir Pemaquid, Upton, Eastport via Portland, 9 days, for Kingtton, NY. Below, A Hr ship, with passengers. Wind at sunset, SSW, and light. Steamship Florida, at this port from Savannah, was de layed several hours by a strong NE wind, which she encoun tered near llatteras, and w hich prevailed for 36 hours. Telegraphic Marine Reports. Boston, June 15. Arrived? Bark Lucy Ann, Philadelphia; brigs R Patter s?n, Messina, April 10, passed Gibraltar May 10. In co with fhip Alolino and hark / P Brown, for NYork; Orizara, and Chicnpce, Philadelphia: schrs Kensington, Lnthsr Child. Car rteuan, and Arlington, do; Ariel, and Ann T Slpplc, Albany; Isaac Thorn, M M Klotts, Eliza Jane, and Zephyr, NYork. Returned? Bark Lysander, which sld last night for Cura cea, having been in contact with brig Susan Small, from Philadelphia for Boston, losing Jibboom and damaging lar board bow; the brig lost her bowsprit. Cleared? Ship Cohota, SFranciseo; barks Parana, Havana; E Lincoln, N Orleans; brig J esso, Mat an/. as. Charleston, Junsl.V Clenred? Ship Sullivan, NYork. Sailed? Schr M E Wells, NYork. Nojtroi.a, Jane 12. In litmpton Roads? Br bark Chimborazo, 111 days from Callao, waiting orders. Herald Marine Correspondence. Philadelphia, June IS? 4 PM. Arrived? Bark William, Fuller, Boston; brigs l.ydia Farn ham, Furness, NYork; B Young, Wooster, Calais; schrs Alexander, Berry; Ashland, Elliott; E C Burk, Toraer: Mil waukee, Slower*; Bloomer, Killman, and L Sturtevant, Corson, NYork; Thotras Ireland, Somers, and Geo Edward, May, Boston; J L White, Corson, Providence; Wm Lopi-r, Lake, Pawtncket; Kedroa, Lake, Bridgeport. Cleared? Brigs R F Loner, Kenney, Pernambuco and a mkt; F Eugene, Flinton, Portsmouth; Lydia Farnham; Fur ness, Bath; schrs Bloomer, Killman; Mtlwaukto, Stowers; T Ireland, Somers; Ashland, Elliott, and E C Buok, Turner, Boston; J Turner, Kelly, do; Alabama, Rakor, and J L White, Corson, Providence: Kaloolah, Qlaiier, Mobile; Geo Edward, May, Roxboro'; Wm S Bobbins, Cartwright, Fall River; Alabama, Davis, Milton; Wm P Williams, Rogers, Norwich; Grace Darling, Bartlett, Bridgeport; steamers Kcnnebec, Clark, and Novelty, Briggs, N Yofk. Mlsael laneona. Br 8mrCHEMONA,from Jamaicafor Ireland, wea* ashore 4th Inst, on NK corner of Ireland Island, Bermuda, and re mained fast at last accounts. Her cargo was being taken to Hamilton in boats. Ship Garonne? The cargo of ship Garonne, of and for New Bcdfor4, from Sandwich Islands, condemned at Rio Janeiro, would he brought home hv hark Ottawa, of NYork, and schr G U Montague, which haa been ohartered at $1 per bbl oil and $10 per gross ton for bone. The schooner was loaded and about ready to tail; the bark would probably go to New Bedford also. Brio Kinoarlock, at Philadelphia from Pietou, passed on the 8th Inst, lat 40 42, Ion 69 38, off Nantucket, the hall of a vessel with masts gone 12 or 15 feet above deck; bow stove in on starboard side, with some sails on deok, and some hanging over the starboard side. Her bulwarks were new sud not painted, and the upper part of her stern was painted lead color; had a boat lashed on deck. She was ei ther a brig or a topsail schr, of about 1A0 tons burthen, and was immediately after passiag her, taken in tow by a green bottomed sehr, [Probably Br uobr Creole, run down by ship Havre, as before reportea.] Brio John Kendall, of Rookland, from Cardenas, which was run Into on 16th April, by a sehr, while lying at aaehor near We?t Bank, and sunk in nine fathoms water, has been raised by the boom derrick. Schu Red Jacket, from Virgiala, with ooal. which went ashore some time back at Sandy Hook I oint, and subae gently Inoorrectly reported as having gone topjeoes, was hauled on this morning by wrecking schrs Celeste and Franklin, and towed to tne city by steamtug Ajax. Sown Harriet Newell, for Haverhill, with eoal, in passing the draw at Rook's Bridge, Uthlnst, struck, tilled and sank. A like accident happened to the same vessol last year. The loss cannot be much except the eest of dlsoliarg Ing in that sitaation. Capt Snowman, of the schr Elira Jsne, states that the arms and crest on the portion of the stern of a lsrge vessol, which he picked up on 16th May last, wero those of the Duke of Wellington. It most probably belonged to the Br ship Duke, lost on the W ead of the Grand Bahamas April 14, on her way from Mobllo to Liverpool. Wlialrmrn. SM from New Bedford 12th, eohr A lfrod, North Atlantic. Cld llih, ship l.anror, Lakeman, Indian Ooeaa. Sld bark T Wleslow, Atlantic Ocean. At Zanzibar Jan ( fly letter from ( apt Mooers), Maria, N 11, 2G0sp, bvvutt to Atlantic t? uuiss - vt 4 had ??en whales but 17 times doring the vuya?e, aad 11 tUiw tha# were going quick to windward. At do March 1 (by letter from Capt H tmmundj, Lagraoga, FH, 250 up. At Honolnla April 23 (by letter from Capt Nortsn), C1M tea NB, 70 *p *ofd f?r $1 26 per gal. At Maul April 11 (by letter from Capt Niohola), Two Br*, there, N B, for Arctic Ocean ready. At Mnuganul, NZ, Jau 2a (by letter from Capt Folgor), Ma ria Theresa, NB, clean. At do Fob 1, I.ouiaa, Wy att, NB. oil not atated. The Joaepb Haydn, of aud for Bremen from South Sea?, wan off Scilly Ia!ei< 26th u It. Heard from (by letter from Capt Bailey), June 1, lat 31. Ion 40, A K Tucker, of Dartmouth. no oil am board; had net aeeu a whale for 4 moi- Spoke May M, on Charleston Ground, Dr Franklin, Went port 80 ap 20 black lUh. Heard from May 10, Nye, linker, NB. 60 sp on board; 20th, Stafford, Frauou, do, no oil on board. ... x?. .. i .. lie aril from Feb 21. no lat, ke, Paragon, Nelson, Nant, ' Spoken? Selir S R Sot>er, So per, from Provtnoatova f?r Western Islands, June 7. lat 2ft 23, lou 79 41; two mo* out without takiiiK ^whale. _ ..... ,, ?? , Feb ? , off French Hock, Robt Polsford, NB, (0 *p (by the B Rush, at Warren). Spoken. Ship Elvira Owen. Owen, from NOrleans for Philadelphia, June J<, lat 29, Ion 79 47. , ? Ship Kensington. Jacobs, from NYork (Dec 11) for San Franciaco, March i>. off Cape Horn. . ? Ship Louisa. Dodge. from Bostou (Maroh 9) for Buaao* Ayres, April 20, lat 22 06, 1 -n 39 62. , ? , Ship Empire. Th <rndike, from NYork (March 2S) for Sa* Francisco, April 20 lat IS N. Ion 36 W. Ship A rab^ Thurston, from Boatou lor London, May 21, la* ^Stop'sndocla (Br), from Livorpool for NYork, May 13, Zf miles E8E of Wateiford. Ship l'eterhoff, Endicott, from Havana for St Petersburg, no date, lat 37 N, Ion 70 W. Foreign Porta. Antwerp, May 28? S1<1 Daring, Stiloa, Beaton; Slat, Em ma Watts, Dearborn, Newcastle, E; Mary Ward, Moody, Newport, E, to load for NYork. A i. go a Bay, April 3-Md Uuity, Grotou, Boston. Bum hay, April IK? Arr sbipa Mobe, Evani, Boston Doe G, Slat, Pontiao, Tread well, do Dec 24_ Brighton, May 2d ? Off Royal Victoria, for Charleatoui 29th, Quoeu Victoria, lorN Orleans, both from llnll. Co WES, Mav 31? Put in loaky, brig Inda, Uobbs, from Ma deira lor fet Petersburg. . _ , , _ Calcutta, April 24? Ships Element, Bursley, from New Tork ( Deo 4) arr 15th, to load fordo; Aldcbaron, Livermoro, from Honolulu via Manila and fingapore, arr 18th. to load for Bostm; Typhoon. Salter, from SFraneisco, arr 11th, ta load lor London; Berkshire, Smith for Boston, ready; Cat*, Henry, for do tew days; harlts Hollander, Colla<au, do ?o; Francis. Higglns. fordo ldg; and several others. Sid 22d. ship St Thomas, Jlerrill. London. Ship Saldan. Plumer, for Boston bid 19th. and passed Kedgbree 23d. B ent to sea from Saugor April 12. chips Eijuity, Naaon, Plymouth, E; 15th. Lowell, Coffin, NOrloans; 16th, Townseud, Woodorson, Boa ton; 20th, Mary Ann, Crosby, do; bark Edw Cohen, Riptey, ' c'ai'iz May 22 ? Sid ship Essex, Welsh, Adra, to load lead for Boston. The E arr ltlth, and after four days nuarautina received a ulcan bill of health, with which bhe pruueoded to QCaRUkmAS, abont June 3? Brigs Mclazzo, Nichols. aa(l Condon a, lluteh. both ldg moiasses for Northern ports in U States at $3 25 p. r hhd of Uu gals alongside; and others. Chari.ottktown, l'EI, Juno 2 ? Old sclira DoLlonu* McRae, NYork. 7th, Ann, MurohUon. do. Deal May 3" ? Arr ship W ahan, Nttbon, Calcutta via Al coa Baylor London (and aid 31st); 31st, Robt Hoopor, Piko, London for Cadir, Lucy Eliiabeth, Crosby, do for do and Boetou (and both anchored). t i Dover. May 29 ? Off ship Groenpoiut, W ardle, from Lon don for NYork. ? . ,, , _ e Dsmaraha, May 17-Bark Kate Lincoln, Sherman, foe B?it|iViuR, May 25? Arr Julia, Wilson, Boston for Cron ''havana, June 5? Ships Lady Arhella, Gray, for Bostaa lde; Macedonia. Preble, for do next day; Columbian, Burk, for NYork, taken up to load sugar at *1 por box alongside; bark C B Hamilton, Means, cargo sold, disg; Fr brig Reau mur Bilard, from Boston, arr May 31; schr Antoinette, Brown, frun and for Boston. Bark Cochituatc. belore re ported for Remedios to load for N lork at $6 per hhd sugar and SI per box. is stated in another aoconnt to be for Sagua and NYork, rate $(i per hhd $1 25 per box. Sid lat, ahip llolyoko, Paine, NYork. .... ? . llALirAl, June H? Arr Br brig Marine, Bondrot. NYork. Liverpool, June 2? Arr ships Queen of tho West, llallo*, and Enterprise, Funk, NYork. ? ... In the river outward bound, Empire State, RutscU, and Columbia, Bryor. for NYork. ? _ . Sid May 29, Ionia, Kirg, Boston; 31st, Cromwell, Barker, Philadelphia; Torrent. Prince; Colombo, Harris, and Trum bull, Smith, NYork. .... Adv 3d, among otnen, Niagara (?), Stone, for Boston 11th; Geo Raynes, Penhallow, do f.th; Irimauntalu, Koa, for do With despatch; Europa (a).X.ott, for do 5th. London, May 81? Entd inwards ahip Narragansett, Ed monds. Cardiff, to load for NYork. . In port June 2. Danl Sharp, Arey, and Nlord, Kaufmaan, for Bohton ldg; Christiana, Hammond, and Masonio, Conjr, for NYork do; Remittance, Moeers, for SFranoUco do; Elle* Simpson. Straughan, and Isabella Blyth, Ball*, do do; and ? 'ma" fx i llk' ? May 25? Arr Mary H Voso, Meoro, Baroa '?M*:8Rina, Mav 22-No Am vessels in port. Pam hmo, May 22? Bark J W Collin, Walton, from Mar seilles, just arr, to load for N York; only Am vessel. Sicilian barks Guglii lmo and Leono were ldg lor NYork. Sid Hth. Sic brig Valoroso, do; 19th, bark Nautilus, Lincoln, Boston! brig Cbataworth. Jordan, NYork; Br setu Onesta, do. Plymouth, May 10? Put in, the Ann Mills, Ray, fro* Sunderland for Philadelphia, leaky. Queknstown. May 29? Arr Napoleon, nuut, Liverpeel for Boston, touched to embark passengers. ? . Bio Grande, May 3? Bark Wm Schroder, Doxter, from Salem (March 23), disg; brig Elltabeth Fulton, Fulton, M days from Isle of May arr 2a. RioJaneiuo, May 10-Bark Ottawa, Broeka. for NBe? ford ldg cargo of ship Garonne, condemned; sohr G H Mon tague. Mix. for do d?, about ready to sail. St Helena, April 21? Arr Agnes, Brown, Akyab, aad aid f' s? 'ciu'z^eneriffe, May 7? Sid Bideford, Lanzerott# aad "saova, June 4? Bark John Balch, for NYork next days and others before reported. . St Johns, NF, May 2.'>-ArT Br brigs Caroline, Lenoir, If York via Halifat; 2^th. Cornwall, Axtell, Baltimore; Jan* "za^zirau', ^boutNMaroh 2.V-Sld hark EmUy Wildsr, ?* Farlaad, Salem. Hom9 por|s> ALBANY. June 14 ? Arr steamers Albany, and Mohawk, llartlord; Hyron. Uopton; 11 1$ Gibson. N London; Paugasaet, NBcdford; sloop Tantivy, NHaven. Cld sohrs Stag Hound, and Oliver, Boston; Empire, and Aniline, Providences sloops Hope. North Kingston; Free Trader, Protld*no?; Georgiana, N Bedford. ? , , BALTIMORE. Juno 1.1? Arr bark Victory, Bornm. Ria Ja neiro 11th ult; galliot Ailhelmina (Hanoy), Ortigese. Bro men 42 davs; brigs Ann Eliia (of Oldenburg) . Suliweiohol, Bremen 44 days; Jane Innis, Henderson, Talcahnana 84 days; ?chrs Julia F. Ridgway, Snow, St Thomas 2d inst; Smith 9 Bellows, Clark. Portland, Conn; Van Buf>n, Potter, Ban gor; Howard, Wocd, Attakapa* Adilaua, Sargent, Port land; Edwin Dorsey, F'oxwell, N York. Cld steamship Pais cero, McCcrren, N Orleans; ship A Chesebrongh. Cliesehrengti. Charleston; barks Vesta, Percival, Boston; Doncy, Mudgctt. do; brig Uranus, l'rinoe, Madeira and the Mediterranean; schr Pacific, Atwell, I ndianola, Texas. BOSTON, June 14? Arr ships Win Stnrgis, Freeman, Cal cutta Jan 27; Thorudiko, Perkins, NOrleans; schrs Mary Elizabeth, O Brien. and F^lizabeth, Otia. Philadelphia; Juliet. Clark, and Boundary, Shackford, do; Smith Tuttle, Tuttle. Rondout; D Cox, liallet. and Vintage. Handy, Albany; Lucy White, Torrey, and Plymouth Rook, Lacy. NYork. Signal for two brigs. Cld bark Cheater, Crosby, Philadelphia: brtga Carlotta (Sic). Laguna Palermo via Bath; John R Rhode*. Ilamblin, NOrleans; Andover, Hardy, Philadelphia: Jiehra Favorite (Br). Inness, Gonaives; Catharine, Baker, Phila delphia; F;dnaC Kelly, do: Choctaw, Phinney, NYork. Sid bark Chester, brig M Worthlngton. Brig Conductor aid yo? UBaS'gOR, June 12? Arr achr Eagla, NYork. Cld 12th, bri* Elizabeth, Em' ry. Martinique. CHARLESTON, June ll-Cld ship Arlingto*. R/aa, Li verpool; ichra D B Warner, Tuttcn, NYork; H F Bakeiv MeLauglilan, Philadelphia. Sid ichr D BWarnor, Tottoa. ^BJth^A M? Arr ateamahip Southerner, Foster, JfYork; bri* Water Witck, Jordan, do. Cld ahlp Susan G Owens, Mi chaels, Liverpool; bark Amerika (Uol), Rniter, Rotterdam! brig Ty bee, Ferguson, N York. _ _ MOBILE, June 7-Cld ahipa Empire Queen tBr), Conlter, Liverpool; Revere, Howes, Turka Islnuda; bark Ianarden. AM*'sTIC\ Vunef? ArrbrigBurmah, F'lye, Wilmington. lfO NEW ORLEANS, June 7? Arr ship Inea, Rogers, Havre 43 days; bark Saxony, Howes. Boston 20 daya; brig P Soule, Smith, Havana 29th ult. Below, ooming up, one bark an <4 two schrs. names unknown. Cld ateamship Roger William*, Harifcon, Philadelphia; ships Avalanche, Baker, NYork* Marion, Fletncr, Antwerp; ConcerJia, Pratt, Boston; bark Gen Ty lor, Mitchell, NYork. ?..??? NEWPORT, June 13? Arr brig William, Morra, Fall W ver for Philadelphia; schrs C C Stratton. Westcott, Boston for Philadelphia; Union, Burks, Pjovidenee for Baltimore; Albemarle, Bonard, for doi Suffolk, Sarah F Baker, BayUo, Proviiience for Philadelphia; sloop J C Grlgg, Gavitt, NYork. NEW LONDON. June 12? Arr fteamer Charlea Oagood. Smith, NYork for Norwich; schrs Hudson, Churoh, Norwieh for Philadelphia; Harriet Louisa. Jones. Philadelphia; Clo tilda, Gildersleevc, Albany. Sid sclira Uncaa, C huroh, Phi ladelphia; Superb, Roath, do; aloop J Lawronoe, Kinney, rl ^ NORWICH, Juno 12? Cld brig Cosmopolite, Witham, Phi lBN<F.w' BEDFORD, June 12? Sid schr Sarah, Perry, NTark. Hth? Arr schr Rosamond. Illis. NYork. . , NANTUCKET. June 11? Sid schrs WW llralnard, Clark. Philadelphia; Sarah Jane. Fitzgerald, NYork; sloops Laura, and Triumph, do: 13th, scW R B Smith, Kelley. A bany, NEPON8ET, June 14? Arr acbr Lucy A.nn, Phlladllphla. In port, sohr F J Cummins. Vearie, from do, dUg. NEWARK, June 14? Sid achr Agawam. Baase Waroham. PLYMOUTH, NC, June 3? Cld schrs Union, Stryon, West Indies; tith, Hy Vincent, Vincent, and Idmonatono, Jeltn "pHU.ADELPllIA, June 14? Arr brigs Klngarlock (Br), Cameron. Plctou; Linda, liambell, N^ York; ?ohrs Oregon. Lewis, Lubec; .1 d. N Steelman. Chester, Poughkjapale; A K Hay, if illiains, Bristol, RI; J W H?atJ, HeatVLukea. Cld Hthr Ortfton, (Jarvcri Lynn; stoaw^r Sharke lllllor* rn or*? PROVIDENCE, June 12-Arr sohrs Ino W Gandr, Toivn send; Eli Townsend, Corson; J W Swain, Townaend, Sophia Godfrey. Williams; Benj L Berry, Sbarr; Zephyr, Doyly K M Browniag. Risley: Empire. Priea, and S B Aahmead, Cor son, Philadelphia: Klmira Rogers. Spelman. Albany; si"0* Pearl, Wheeler, NYork. Sid brig Hudaan, Carvar, Phlla elchiafcr Bangor, aceordin?to wind); schrs Tim*. Uarnea, nffolk; Alvarado, Walls. Philadelphia (or Cherry Hold, ab orting to wind); Almedia, Brown, N York via Warren; ?loop ontbport, Jackaon, Albany. n . 13tk-Arr schrs Mary U Mlffln, ColUa?, Philadelphia: Ban! T WillMts, Smith, Albany: steamer Osceola, Jonea, NYork; sloops Mary Dallas, Hawkins, Rondout; Rhode Island, Hall, and Harveit, French, N York. Sid schrs Albemarle, Fluart, Norfolk; Union, Banga, Baltimore; Sarah B P*rker. Boattjr, and Robt B Glover, Baker. Philadelphia; sloops Ann Rllia, Jleeho, and Motto, Beebe.NYurk. PORTLAND, June 12? Arr sehra Ceylon, Amabnry, Nor. folk; Geo Oilman, Cutler, NYork. Cld barka Canada. LU comb, Matanzaa; Octavia, Weodbuy. do; bug* Isola, 1 ark, Cardenas; aehrs ? F Lewis, Berry, N\ ork. Mnnt.n wo, SAVANNAH, June 11-Arrbark LeCocfi. Montan. NOr leans; brigs Harriet, Orcntt.Camden.Me; Augiista, Hokart. .NYork. Cld 10th. brig L P Sno w. Sno w. Bath. Me, II th. 1 Br shin Goliath, Slater, I.Uerpooli Wark Exact, Staveas, N YS^6NV>ON.njnne it ? Arr achr Susan, Nantuoket fos N801IERBET, June 11? Arr schr Mason B Davis. Davis, 8? T Vat* KM June 10? Arr Br brig Nautilus, Turks Islands 27th ult achrVSuasn/cTaae. NYork via Marblehead; 12th. J A Bayard* Thompson, Philadelphia; I'avllion, Langlej, koad i?h Qraee, Hopkins, do; Pavilion, Snow, NYerk. Rid 1 ?th schrs Wm M Balrd, Stubbs, and R LTay. Caia, PhlU '' "tf A * I II N G T O N ,'n " M*y 2H? Cld sohr Star, Bond, West Indies. Paitcngcn Arrived. Savannah- Steamship Florida? Mrs Curtis and threa children, Mrs G S Harding, Miss Mitchell, John Stoddard, lady, throe children and three servants, Mr* Havdnn, Miaa B Robinson, Mra G Butler and daughtora, J 8 Willlame, Mr* Mvcatt, C U Merry, lady and daughter, Mrs Inslse aad sea, J Waterman and lady, Mrs Tcfft, Miaa Sosaiona, Mra Chan Freeman, Mra S L Terrill. Mrs A Mix, MisaJH Murphy, Mra Smith and two children, Mias Warwick Mr Bnnls, Mr Peter son, M I, Ward, C B Hart, J J Kip, W Cunlel, EW Hanr y, S L Gale. J Bishop and son, RS Wood, DM Rogers, C Peter son, J Dlnon, W H Doane, J Smith, T ButolUfo, Rev A B Carter, lady, five children aad two nurses, Miss Carter, H 8 Botardns. II L Klrkland, J R Moore, G Holllster, C Green, P I\es, W G Shepfiird, H MeKeon, Mls? Burnett, Mastor Host wick. J W Bryant, lady aad Ave chllilrea, II Camtnoyer, C I' King. Miss Marler, Mastor MoatmoIMn, Mrs J Nathan* and danghter? 36 in the steerage. Charleston? Steamship Union? M A Nicolla, CI Lavle, W F Barry, J L Wood, J Van Nals, C O Oldcner, R W RobMns. H F Jackson, T Onigley, H D Johnston. Mastor Stoddard, Miss A Warner. Mrs Mitchell, Miss Pudding. Mr' Davis, Mrs Moore. A Csrter, Miss M'Nulty, D Paul, Mim F Clifton, Mr* Fenton and two children, Mr? Paal, Miss I'snl, W Barney and Isdy, Mrs R II Gardner aod attendant. Miss Austin, Mr* Fayette, M Lynch, Mrs W W Sim ins, two Mlssos Simms, Mr? Cameron. Mra Schrooder. J S WU< ox, la iv, two ehildeen n i 1 servant, B 0 Wllklns and lady, two Sfisso* Wilcox, Mr* Ayres? 24 In the steera/e. Arecibo? Bng Aenoi hon? H" I( Cr^woll, 1' M 0Ut?c*