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ThwUlcU ud Mukali ] Mt Thowar Placide has resumed the manage- 1 men: of the Varieties theatre, New Orleans, which J lame was built under his supervision. A committee j 1 the stockholders are interested with Mr. Placide, t wad sustain the project with what Mantilini calls 1 the " demnilion cash.'' Mr. Placide is about to visit j Barope to engage a tirst rate corps du baUtt, and will eeore here a first class company of comedians. , Mr. Chaei.es Walcot advertises elsewhere that j he will devote two days in each week t} the education ef pnpits for the stage. Mr. Walcot Is amply qualified for the delicate duty he has undertaken, being a good English scholar as well as a first rate am-'. Boston.?There was nothing new at the Howard. The Buckley- were to bo succeeded by the Keller ' troupe. Messrs. Pilgrim and Moran are decorating , the National, preparatory to opening for the season ) on August 23. < Bcffalo?Mr. Charges Mathews was playing at j the theatre here last week. ( Fobkion.?We make the following extracts from < the London Times. J une 21:? ! At her Majesty s theatre "Louisa Miller" ha? been \ allowed a week's repose, the much livelier "Piglia dei Regguuento" Using its place on tuesday, and "Lucrezia Borgia" <>n tin- other evenings. Now that Mademoiselle Titiens (or Tietjens) is about to return to Vienna, the attraction of her porl.aa incrpA-uxt an.t more enrinsitv was probably evinced about her Lucrezia Borgia than about any character she had previously attempted on the beards of Her Majesty * theatre. When we ukc into consideration in how very short a time Mademoiselle Titieus had obtained a sufficient mastery of the I tali in tongue to enable her to sing with credit in Italian Opera, and that during this brief space she has assumed tive parts so widely Jittering in every essential from each other as Valentine. Leonora ("11 Trovatore"), Donna Anna, Countess Almaviva, and Lucrezia Borgia, we cannot shut out the conviction that she rust be a person of remarkable gifts and of more than ordinary acquirement. To expect that all these characters should be supported wi'h equal excellence, and that the music of each and all should eome with the same readiness within the limits of her resources, would be super exacting. What Ma- I demoiselle Titiens ha* achieved, however. ?inve her first appearance in London is sufficient to entitle her to tne highest consideration, and to encourage the belief that a c osei familiarity with th* Italian language and the Italian lyric repertory will bring her nearer and nearer to the goal which no true artist ever think* she lias entirely reached. Her Lucrezia Borgia is an unequal performance, but a performance at the same time full 01 beauties?one that wants maturing rather than correcting, and the faults of which chiefly spring from an over anxiety to doeverylhing thorougmv and with t-Jat. Signor (?iuglini?though he sing? tne trio in the scone with the Duke and Duchess (" Unai *e ti */ugge un moto"), the air, "Com't toai t. and some other parts of the music, exquisitely- is Dot quite at ease in the character of Gennaro. His histrionic misconception is at times very singular. Signe r BeUettTl AlpMMO is w?ii Known, mow Admirably the music is rendered by this accom pli-ihed singer, and how lar such vocal perfection atones for the absence of dramatic energy and oerception, have been more than once discussed. The knowledge that Aiboui was about to reassame the part of Maffeo Orsini. and with it the iinuiort*] "11 segreto per e?ser felice," which tirst made her famous before the laindon public during the initiative -eason ot the Royal l*aiian Opera (1X47), imparted a special intere?;to this revival of Luorezia Horg'a." Alboni, unwilling, no doubt, to appear in a dress which would have ill become her'jKirtiy ftgure. had equipped herself after the manner of some of the am ieut Italian models, wth a surtout tha. extended to the feet. But little mattered costume in ber case. Sueh singing would have entitled her to a cmtt blancht to wear jus' what she ! pleaded. The sensation produced by tne biindtn ' (not to mention tbe legend, "Nella fatal di Rimi- J ni")?sung to perfection, thrice repeated, and each tim* with that marvellous shake, leading to tbe re- i sumption of the theme, ot which Alooui was The ori- J ginal inventor, and which BO one after ber baa i attempted?it would oe impossible to de-cribe. There is no uoveltv to record at tbe Royal Italian Opera. "Fra Diavolo" and the ' Huguenots" have 1 toeeu repeated. At the third representation of Auber's delightful opera (which was substituted for ' 11 Barbiere, on Saturday night, by "special desire ), her Majesty ibe Queen and bis Royal Highness Prince Albert, accompanied by their illustrious Est*, the King of the Belgians, the Duchess of Bra t. and the Count of Flanders, were present. They appeared enchanted with the performance, and particularly with Ron on: s grotesque delineation of the Knglwn Lord which was more grotesque, an<l, it cannot be denied, more diverting than ever. The Bto?t brilliant vocal display of the e.euing was Mine. " ? v*a? il.turiuilatAil air in >w? V IMJH1U * tnc?i|UU Ul im; " ... ... . , room scene. which, though it nan been frequently introduced in the "Hircne.' was originally uorroweJ. it appear*. from "Le Herraen!;'' (an earlier .-peni of Auber, produced in an English die* at one of the "patent' theatres many years ago, under 'be name of "The Coiners;") but whether from "Le Herm*nt" or the "Birene" it is equally ant of keeping with the music of "Fra IHavolo" and the character of Zrlina. We may as well state h>-re, an impression having prevailed that Anber wrote a great deal of music expressly for the Italian version of his " Fra Diavoli,"' that such is not precisely the a*e. The "patter" song in which Lord Rocburg deseriiie* his travelling adventures, ike the grand air of Zerlina, belongs to " Le Herment," the capital trio (act 1), for Fra Dtavolo, Giacomo. and Hsppo, is transplanted from another work entitled " le s chaperons lUancs," which made a half tailors at the <Tpi ,Ta Cotnique many years since. The saltandlo in the last act and the couuletw of Beppo and Ulacomo (" to son Bignori, un intelice ") are we believe, the only (wni Jidt njw pieces?the accompanied iccitativ* which Anber. Ilk" Meyerbeer for his " EtoiJe da >'ord," was invited to compose, Ming for the greater part *uppr*rwed, for "what reason* we are unable to state. The next novelty m preparation at this hone*' is Hotow s Martha.' an opera which ba* made the tour ol Europe and America, which ??? recently perlonned at the Theatre italiea in Pari* with great success, and >u which, it may be remembered, Herr Fumes made his drat apje-sranoe iu this country?in 184'), wh*n a (o-rinan operatic "troop"' was giving re jie-eutations at Diuiy l ine theatre. U*rr Hotow ba? conrposeq several operas, one ot which?" Stradella"?ba* tieen heard in London, and another? | "L ame en Peine ?enjoys considerable vogue. rs l <*r*r dt 'idcuu.attbe Pari- Acadciuie itoperi.i'e. , "Martha,''however, k the most .m'ver*ally oopui ?r < work of the i reman Aiolpbe Adam, as be Lax i en not inapwy ?uyieu. At the Druiy lane Italian 0,.?n we have bad a gr> at variety of entertainment*, the ino-t important *< which, the ' Itarhiaredi Hi vie !?*,"' brought forward Madam ViarJot Garcia a* Boaina. ( a** a p pari ion of th - d^tmgoinhed arttet for'.he flrwt time op m the t.iiglu>h nage wvi real event;''and the faouaa, a* might have '"en expected, wm crowded MaJaui Viard'it s H -:t :i be!-wire '< the m at studied aod elaborate im(>enfinationv of die modern "tage. Ita hintnoni d?t?dn are an minute and w<?k'?d out with a* great toil and nicety on in ta > painting >t a l>ut?-h interior. Kvry incident, every turn, <n accurately noted and delined?nothing * merely aug geefd, acairely anything 'eft for the imagination of the npectator to ?npply. We not only nee the fold a ?f the drapery, but between and andernea'h the fold*. An an actrenn, indeed, Madam Via-dot in in many reapocta emnently pre Kaphaelite, an<l her Kiwiua one of '.hone |K>rtraiturea tnat tart eat from the dramatic anvana w>?h ?he mont ntenae >harjmean and reality. It may ne-m fayper< ntn al,?r nerhapn paradox i< ,?|. to aay that if it were leva highly tlnnhed it would be much in ore natural. Neverthelen*. ?uch in our conviction. Judged from a mimical point if view. Madam Viaid'C Ihieina in a mira< le of cleverrienn; hut even more relentlessly than in the instance* of some -if he? renowned preJeceworw and oonu-mp iranea in lt>~ . i .>ti in. Hilar wl Hi' Ning-r vanity Honi" of the other part* in the opera wore ex trennly w*U played. Hignor tiadia'i's Figaro, itrnigb Jeftcient tn the lightness and fir*okm? RC ttwitjr to which R mcotil, the " ideal barber," hue acCWCtomed i??, is iq ,ther respects one of the very l>est I ?i havewltamwd had Manor Hadiaii la an artM < in the trues' Mt< I . rrn wa? evident in 1 every scene. The dramatic exigencies of the part J were thoroughly fnlti.led nun t.be music from , Largo al fa< Udum. to the end, was executed with admirable ease and correctness. j The "Trovaton- seem* one of th? mod attractive work* in the repertory of the luiian (>p..ri for the 1 People.' Obscure as are the incidents oi this pre- 1 eiou* masterpiece, Inscrutable the nntiv.* ,,f ?n* . end all the pet- an - hyi>er ine ..dran,oi illy ? horrible its catastrophe, the "cheap ? audience ap* !| pear to relish It. and with enual vehement and j unanimity applaud M i-Ume Kilnni IK" atelii, who- i< ther admiring 'he stillness of th? night swesnng jj fidelity to her lover, rti*iiiniri? th"-on <>f ii'-i tr?i ' torrrae kinsman, or asserting the mm rrity of her de votu.n by (wallowing a dose of poison, encore Mr. 1 *harle? Hrahain in Ah *i lem mm," and |?y a like J compliment to Rigrmr Badiall. in I! isilen del ?no nomso" ax if they knew the ? gnifl ttmn of the 1 words, and con Id make out the rhythm if the air? Which latter by the way is a U?k beyond the capfibilit?e? of maay a profewe-d oiin<dw?*.ir. s. riomly. ' for the rage of art. for tbe-sk" ,,f, ?nd'>r and for | tb# sake of csnmon sense, we should like to And 'he i mm* amount ?>f enthusiasm bestowed upon wti? | thing more directly within the comprehension of the catbomasts If matters progress in this way. I Buck?t >ne. Wele'er and ff>!i?in to avoid J ( "goiB^-.tv the bad,' instead ul ad >p'.ui^ iugeinvusi I I Sncuflh versions of ingenious French vaudevilles, ill be compelled to turn the comedies of Messrs. ? Koareiceult, Tom Taylor, Ac., into "bastard Latin,'' n ror the gratification of their patrons. This mania ? 'or Italian Opera is sheer affectation; and here is j the point of view from which it creates most anxiety B imong those who regard the people's out of-door n amusements as no insignificant agents in the popular civiliaation and happiness. * Ristori has been playing Phfedre at the St. James' * rod was to appear as Adricnne le Convrenr, thns ( gradually appropriating all of Rachel's ra/?. The TVmes describes well and briefly the comparative points of the two artists, thus:? , To the London playgoers Phfedre is simply a part in ] which Mademoiselle ltuc he 1 delighted them for a series < of years, and with Mademoiselle Rachel alone will < Madame Ristori be compared by those who witness I ber performance. But even this comparison is super- J Quouh. The principles of exposition adopted by tbe two artists are entirely different. With Mademoiselle I Rachel the details of voice and gesture were so j abundant and so various that one felt that ad de- < icriulion, however minute, must leave much untold. 1 ^he sought for meanings in recmidite places, aud i istonished her audience by showing now much mold be made of a passage that., in the closei, pro- | mused nothing remarkable. The Pbedre of Madame ] Ristori has not to be so closely followed. Sue produces her effects by broad delineations, by the im . posing character of her occasional attitudes. The . music of her yeice rolls with touching mournfulneas throngh the portion of the icst act where love yet unconfessed appears in the shape ol an enigmaticale , maraoy. . On the occasion 01 Miss Reynolds' benefit, last , Wednesday, a new farce, entitled "A Striking Widow,'' was produced at the Haymarket. The plot is simple enough. For the sake nl' a waeer a young naval officer (played by Mr. W. Fiireu) most 1 impudently kisses a lady (played by Miss Key- < no.ds) in the public street of a watering place. On ! account of this wrong the Wdy urges a snobbish lit- ' tie personage, played by Mr Hocks tone, to knock 1 down the offender. and, as her exhortations are not ' obeyed with sufficient promptitude, she becomes her 1 own aveDger, but boxes the lieu'ennnt'o *ars in such a covert manner that the snobbish little per- < sutiage gets the credit of the assault, and, from mo- i lives of gallantry, takes upon himself the rcspousi- 1 bility appertaining thereto, having first -cr?wo<i up i his courage with sundry doses of brandy. At the < eDd, howe7er, the lady gives hopes of her hand, not i to her little champion, bat the auda ious llmMflMfc i T!:e st 'rv o! this niece, ihkh is apparently t.ik-n from the French, is meagre, and the manner in ] which it concludes at once abrupt aud unsatisfac- j tory. Rot the English writers diave shown them- ( selves superior to the foundutnn they have worked \ upon. for the dialogue is spirited and amusing. I 1'niB Tiuun.as ?A late Ixcdoc Fver says ? 1 last right a sew drama. .a flveacs, caned the "Pear Seas, was produ-ed at the C.r<tJe O./jni-iuce. Wtlk tae tocrmciaettr at a trcpicai heal. The author a If. Char.ee Edmond, of the Prtitf, who accompamed Prince N?nc ieon oc n* northern ~oJ age. rhe Pr.uoe, aaendei oy hie military household, ^ai present at the j-erfo'manes. in j the fret act the eater of lady Frat*Un cdics on the ( stage, and in the courae of a ii .aiogu*- informs the audience | thai tee llDgiat government Lea rent a at p to eear.h , for air Jolb Fraaai.a. The scrond effiter of tils ship Is the ee ?bmte<i French Lieutenant, Be'ior., who is rerreaen>d er in eve w.th a relai.ve of lady Franklin, U*? 1 Eva Norton. !n the aecoad act we are intro.tuc-.'l to Sir John Franklin Liciae f and all ha ertw, who Loto been wait ag tor eeven years la a fronen o can. expecting <Ie- i liverao'e from CtpanJ. At the plot froc-eeus, we fiod ( MitsEvaalyiy tu: faring oc b card the vesse'to abare < the datgere of fcrr lrced 'ieutenant They tocrb a* QnNBImA, and vb*re a ^rotes'ant ('lergymon prooaeee to take care of Mae Eva, to a pare her the farther perils of ice loyepe, out ane *e?r y.e.j re;-so# ana cum it known'net ate fcas beotme Mr* Belle: or. bjerd amp. < The narrative of ;ne voyage .a rearmed, no eshge la | found " St Joirn > an a 17c or bia romper mr, Liouienixt Be Hot a made to d e tj tee deed of a rival .c me a'lec- ( t'ono of r va. and abe remt u at. cscorgolib e w.dow j Tte p>re wee cot i err uocooafui fVui.jieani aae lite 'cll'.wirp ? Nee Tedeaco baa arrived in Parr* from Uaboc. Una !*gtMspc. "to bar t>oec for three j'iri a Ne? Yori, la j liaea je in tc"n, aad baa airenlj*a?|fned at engagement ] ^?r it j -a/.j. She aaila for Rio x Jwly Mile. Boecbettt, , i topr^io of trme repauu>oo at Mae. la ala? engaged for H >. M. Aranj >. ite director, a at oreaoot n Parlt. It ia rated ?at U Glogliu;, of Lor idajaety a 'beatre, r London, Dte ac-eptel ar eogafcTiten; for Aaer.ca at * lO.X'Ofr a m .nit. v7Ve are a^tcatomed to extravaiaot ? Hilar .ea for Ital as ainge-n, but :b r ?!'tu ocreiLtle.)? f lltaiher ?Ed Hcrald ] j. ?l. Sitea.i i. tba great caatra-t main. Lie t-eeo giving v tiaoextr " tb jntcenee eje^eea at Tant. Tbe concert aeaaoa * a; u height jae*. now x Lendra. . Laat week one took r'ate. at wbico tee programme cui I axtol c' L.ty loor rwr.eaiac (Query?Bow aaeay of o.e asieaee remexeU .0 tte end cf tie concert tJ 7be eatre ;aper aneaca of B etorl i Le.'r, vr ix ? ( Thoee srdtrs who aceaae Rarxe ar 1 otaer txarfre 7f tbe aUaaiv. drama of rraoc* with ?> daeea atonld beaten J to ae? Kane. Hxtor, la *'Pb*1re," wnicb waa prodc ted tblt wee* setore a iteelre t wdel to tte fgaMi i? ta to ( "itaeaa tae treat '.raaeJur.r^'i perfc-mixce of a character vltit wiirh Bile. Ilatae 1 rragn.&tenl taiert bad rendered them a). .'utT'.iar. Tfcej will ibere aee tor ree. j , u*er are -> e letrcea 0! nateivo and tra/ 0 .'eel or 'oeae t by tteetd poet, fte depthe if which are ecoreled Trim the foreign reader or sper-ater by the u*Ma*ei vere.3cat:on Dci ioiini te?teocei of toe ever reourria; -bjitf with ?t't rr?B-e tragedy m ord?tre?.( to be writes io MM Of a., tbeee traxm*.a, the u||Mn ' of Raejse jJT.J aoloe .ta plate aecog te face: traged.ee rtr*-r? :e uj e?g,jafe_ The hero.ae. oadr xred by the inp'esab.e haired of .eats to be toe t :tix of an MNMMM paeeoa for Eitpoyte, bcr ?-?er eot, or Le.-goca a:.' the e-feriore errrnti f-o? :y?w '.ore. rape. j*t?os?y. Dedseee ecu deepa.? And tbeee rraro eiemecte ef regi-. power 'it poo; tin nsiwed with eo xaeter'.y a rand -nto he trtma. -bet rwn greet -rtgell*D??differing fro* each ether "wtde an the Km HtzMJtr ? appear .0 the pert. each coloring tt after roaaaty.e, east rqua^y powerful. and each equally ?o veeaf'i. Is one it* berre and terrible charcternuca ef the to.' vara predoir leant, aad d? tbeee Rachel wet .aflff J en retire Riator. tt a ike deep. uaotlroUaYe lore 0? alert id, paealoaate caUre M'.te Ilache! a perforaan? M air re of the tnenacrrd dtgn.ty of tragedy Mae. Kjt'ori more of the impuieiee teotr.ac On the wha.e, u as ert.stl: a'cfiy, the great f reach -???e<h?n MM probe bly he p'a-ed fret, but for the j ower rf rea:blag the realtor* of us audience Iftse Retort a lUcoxttaraKy ecpe 1 it. Had tbeee lad.ee beta 10 a -i-fungit n Kigali part if flwr raepeot-re 'piat v? wttfc each TUte', k> what '.lerfecirf-a it would have carried the stage! Ha oei with U>e xtaroaM warrr'.o of ."..rv.ri would tare neat a aiarr*'. IIM -b a MM of '.be calm reetralat of Rncb'k w;ol4 ^e? sot a tregeotaa, bat '.ha of tragedy. la it fid .an? B-r irt% France a Pfcedre, worn, ;'ajii og, dying fttnn ren < r?e aad 1'eeppo.rted tore, wee xagbfisrc' , aad 'a the oheequeat ?o*oe, woere, ahacdoaing a reeiract, aba r'teele bar guilty peeel.s to H r;o vxa. b-r haee aad retry dot eased, were troy admtraite 7b? prea' erece wbiet cloaca tte'virtb eat, r ?r.e la erttu v xeineae by bar "elunayof |] '? I' : it.'- tl ade 3 ' I pfaijMff. *aa tier tw (power fully g r?a, aad toe dy ng t ree worthily ckned ber parf-tfiaea of a :rara*'.ef art I I rank tmoag tba iraadtsl :f her icaprrtooet *? Acplajte, racel^, hoaM.cta, eed erery othe* -c??Je or?*,re?? og toe entc^saaat ? won u. mm jttsimKia Ji lihiv. ( Tbe * j'.geatt m, b*T ng ret rad 'r it Uf ma- a laganieat ?* tfaa ''r aoeaa theatre Me.baarta. VI fu.'iill r J* i pr 'ba.iM1 aagagatx?ct at Ba.jmtk. j, Mia Rajaar at a ooa-art la fjiuty, *i- i IS n r*.iAi>? p?na?Tba tfceatrea of ih.g ct} are all rimel ' t tfea aearm Same aaja the l.*<i r e/r <mi early !n I *a?<u?tc" of it* u 5, outer ranged tan ) aa ' aiaa o igemrrt and atrngg ?d aa apt art ado era# 'at# oe;y to gat fi japper tato Cab* be Arch atr?*t ibea'ra k tte <<*\y oaa a at ih be,* oa till tfca regular pet al of eliaing ?m Man la} aght, tiia bad if tr.a ? mn rf mm.,d Vanager Vnu', ' } oang ailed. ad .'raaeel ibe K'Ikd * n the fo lov ag '' irtaf reman* ? 0 timvi if* <ita-na*a? It ' aa.al ft* ar' #ni?n 10 a?*lt ba ~nasaDta of aa a->a.*naa. before ot 11 ( ,r n tb-r loU.-a, but bad : bo? beam t ine-ed 6} jo or ?-ry ratter tag iron* ! *k > '4 bate ak>p '.he t'.r t -i reopaaa open t< ,a by mak'nf a fro* wl'l iffer.ng f ij a * cow led g eg ra-j'i on tb ? ? motor I- m > 4 p?Tbara. t*"er n't a 1 at leaat I hope aoi aaanaa of ofcUgat m wbtrh am 'egr > i? V" '#*araa*;Dg !a t*a i?jnor a?*?at rt la ?ow n re re??? ?"' m V ?r*' aa* imet >? maaagmaaBt of tb'a t?i re, and wbea aa k eke at') nm>atd? "ailoa tbe para ya'? a k-trna rtr r > ,t te g i.be, ! '.kick I aa} bea."r?ad >?a? 1 to k pie 'heoeat ???ir a* be it * rl mptaal of ?f nraar <?epl*.?* | *t r?. ? > haanow n?an op-a atnea " ?-n k kg* *.Bg tear fort} ?ti oaveitli* waaka go* tbe nan'all a*d I, J*" o-aaoa I kar* aelec'ed a rom'-'natt B ol arttata alt'eh i th'ar pi a kn~>? edge Kiparl'V many t bata ?et -era Hb'ed 'or j0-r app' .fcatfca. aad I Ml forward w: h >afl 1?nee ? a ?n?'n< a* aa of y?".r rippir'. "?ot nty 1? I ' * ?p-*k '->r atari* n it, la h* naaaot tk? irama 'or ?'?ri ,, *?ll fag )>a<?f tfeea're a nr el?T There * r-vai foe all J] ?*' no*, .etftea an t geatlamaa t I* VI p.?a.lng lo-f m ? tfortn ;o 'bat ! have amnelated mltb ' 'a '.ha manage r meal of hit aatah..?hm*at Mr I a <'iark? 'appia ?ei-a a Ifen'jemaa who.- rrt" im-n+y ja'tiipg ad *tr}. aobao* :ar *e<1 a < tj and nb'* mtaT-ed piirate *kara?'?r, eotiaa n ? ire a n*" eal'# 'ng'.r rr-,|. in a> ti'.i,' -It * ir J . artreeabtp, i leap If reaped adth a 'efflem branea of i, raur |aa? ^in?*, e? ano r.opefui of '.be f :ttifa ai <* ma *o . i ?'i?. !nr a ..me, a regre-tf-i tree I. Mr. t.large ??lap londl} ea ed 'of made a'ae ?.prr * ate ft-ait-?e - 4 fb? bavebeer 'emb.j hard a*Or r.a^-a fpibll tie taemea Tbe eag?r*a!?Tta an t .- dr l> ! *? # ' ? .kbipraa prte, *rly, orbea ;reajtata il a gta.<l ii^ti ? W iE"W YORK HERALD, S rs ttry 1r%hu tad lenas, therefore, propirtMMtaly bifh. bs paste 4ac, of oo troe, as ciL| io?MBt eetaed to a ry large portk a of lh? eommoslt? wao uirtsi?s a theatrl d kaaacaaat, the bos'nesi or the thestrsi fell otVshtrnnafr. Tbs fact lb*: Mr. Wbeslisy fceptopea dorian (he saUre aaoa, wkea nearly all the theatres of the Tailed Slates saeuahed to the times. Is a eery fair proof of hts food a an see teat, tact and popularity. The men season promises a better Mara. Mm J. M. Divnrron.?Thie favorite English actress cd Onishr.1 arllat is rusticating pear Bis toe. She Will ppear at one of our city theatres early m the autumn. Mrs. XcMahea played at the Albany theatre en rceedty ivthlng, Dramatic and Other Entertainments. phomwadb Conck*t.? The interior of the Acalemy Of Music has been overhauled, re-arranged and y laced in proper trim for a series of nrotnenade con:crta, the first of which will take place to-mormw iventng. A large and efficient orchestral force is to lie in attendance, under the direction of Messrs. ilusard and Ansehulz. Niblo's Gaimh.-Since the departure of Miss Dusinnau the frequenters of this favorite place of jammer resort have been quite agreeably entertained with a number of good old comedies and farces that were finely enacted by Messrs. Blake, Brougham tnd Wheatleigh. Mrs. Blake, Misses Shaw, Clifton, Vernon and others. "The Rivals,'' cast to the &tphnnf)i nf tKn nAmnanu )iau Iu.An cmlnr>tnil finr til SMVUgVU V* l UV VV4U|'?M^ f MUU WVU DVtVWVV ?v* ?W morrow. Wallace's Thuatrf.?Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Florence. whose lire like portraitures of many of the peculiarly eccentric characters to be found in all classes ol society, have rendered them quite popular with the play goers of this country and Europe, are to commence their second week at this house to-morrow evening, when they will perform in "Irish Assurance" and the "Young Actress.'' American Mi'sefm.?The theatrical season closed lierc on Saturday, and to-morrow Prof. Wyman, the renowned wizard, is to give the initial performance if a series of these lively and entertaining magical joiree* which have rendered him famous. He is to exhibit in the afternoon and evening. In addition, visiters will find anipie sources of novelty and initruetion in the myriads of curiosities with which he halls are stocked. Wood's Mivstrri.s although at present without ipposition in the black art, issue a bill for to-morrow evening that indicates a laudable determination to maintain the high reputation they have acquired is delineators of the droll characteristics of the rolired race. The great panoramic farce, "A Trip on the Hudson," is to be the closing piece a short time onger. French Theatricals.- M. Thierry, whose excellent delineations of the various parts assigned him n the recent perl'onuances of the French dramatic ^ompany have stamped him as au artist of more than usual ability, has prepared an excellent hill 'or his farewell NMlt, to take place at Me'ropoli.an Hall, opposite Nihlo's, next Tuesday evening. OMtuuy. fir C. OOl.k. admiral OF THE EN6LISH FLEET. Admiral Sir Charles Ogle died on Wednesday, June 16, at'fun jridge Wells, after a short illness, iged eighty-three years. Sir Charles was the eldest ion of Sir Chaloner Ogle, who was created a baronet ror his naval sei vices and who, like his deceased ion, died the senior admiral in the British navy. He was horn May 24. 1775. and when about thirteen years old he entered the navy on board the Adventure, 44, and served ofT the coast of Africa. In September, 17SM, he was made midshipman of theAlcide, 74, and after he had obtained tne rank if Lieutenant, in KtKJ, he joined the Boyne, 98. bearing the ilag of Admiral Sir John Jervis. During the operation* against the French West India islands, he commanded a boat at the capture, under i heavy lire of gieat guns and musketry, of two schooners lying at anchor, with others, near Maran, Martinique, and otherwise distinguished himself. He assisted at the taking of Pigeon island, and was tntrustod with the command of a party of seamen landed at Point Negro to co-operate with the army, ind remained on shore until after the surrender of Fort Bourbon. Attfe <Ifl I of 'I iadaloupe he again commanded a division of seamen, and distlnrui-hrd himself by bis gallantry at the storming of Fort Flcur d'Epdc. In May, 171M, he was appointed icting captain of the Assurance, 44. After seeing loaie service on the Jamaica station, he again T| aired to the Mediterranean, where he enecesivrly commanded the Melcager and Greyhound, iach of thirty two guns. In the latter ship he fleeted the capture of a Genoese privateer oi ten ;un>, also of a Spanish armed p< lacca, and of other esi-cls. In the Lgypticnne he served during the Egyptian campaign. and fcr hLs eminent services on lial occasion he obtained the Turkish gold medal. i< ni April, 1806, to September, 1816, the gallant idniiral wi* continuously employed afloat, chiefly in be channel and hone MlM> In April, 1*27, Sir :harlcs was appointed commander-in-chief of the North American station, which h< held a little over three years: and in September, 184A, was selected as :ommander-in-chief of Portsmouth. COMMANPKR FRANCIS W. KLI.TS, R. N. This gall ant officer, whose death occurred atf 3outh r>l d sin Th i r?/ia u 1 ?tt> Inno aria mitloKinman nf us?. ra x x* urn ri aoo r oo, it *t?o ?*>m .t H : i?ol. tb?*o kuob if Ucift iwt?f Ic?lor M x < !?? ;? u. ' 'l r.t ri .far. j but II k I port it*, d'i talor* cui t >ni? to VpurtAa so fa- otr.or efc?rw.t?rii ??r? rtopoitably lap;or??}, mi] ?b? c w?ro riej ltd appripim ? tfcat >f Pfcodro bra t *o Wo fM?t so* r?n*!iid? witMoct a or! -v Vyor tl tbr tr*ro'aitoa, of which *ut of ?paoo roly rr?T?a"? our qaotiir * f*w pomotrea It 11; U F. ?i T?roi*?d mibb cimb aed cittku t%t ud ip.rtt rot iftoe faiod a trAcalAUtta. a dor pal r rrocbod l/Odoo ; Moo .at from u.t d.rocm of u>? 'boatra 'a mcaIa, of M .ad, ?tA' r| ttat, to couI'lliOt of . io; bAT oc b? ??o?p?rt r?*ci by Uio rrra-h MMmladO 1b "/)a<?oo befrr# i oat rjr ho had boon Ab-i > ttodj jti bio Arrlva't. Co u, ab-I Bp M Moolay : (bi :b fr.cc Ji tad oc*. beoc obv to yrtcm a s ' t bar*1 aratrai.fam matsw. M?toor**T. Apr1. It.?Mr <5 V. % ???ton* b!a foco?oti ' I' ,r *-|?.-1-. I. "If f-?a;-- tiyo >otho23d if Max t 7ho ploy *u " low* -'ocr Coo,'' aa<1 too ita'.ro mob jr: mfioo U> tbo roof Ho popularity, :t ?u ?o 'toot, bod oobI.B'.*4 mdlai.a obod to tho oat aa.l bo or*M?i, old'ooo. o wa b ce o: or.urJ tut latocw-oa of ct ro t bitbor a'tor pay "t ? >' 1 ?oo.<*ai r?.t bo EMgand, mob roootTod mix robomoat ajp'o.tr At *.N? ;'*iBo??o' ttoatro. IfIbb Mary as Atto' :aa *"j oo* of ropvto, a folfllllr* or rofo?rm> r,t Mr <i v. iirvtoo pla/lof la Tabid an o MaIabm Abba 9:* lip, At IB* lato if tbo laot AlTXOB, mob O.'JIOf U-o 0 he Cruiser at the capture of several privateers, and issiated in rutting out expeditions on the coasts of Prance and Holland in 1MU; he was in command of i tendei to the t'ruiser. actively employed against lotillaa in the Great Belt, and in defence of the sland ol Itonsue, for which he received the thanks if the Commander in Chief, and in 1809 nerved igain in the Cni'aer. at the capture of the Danish s-gnn brig riisir.and lo g"" "rig Christlanburg. !e waJ lieutenant of the Revenge, serving on the Mdtf CMMa ind imMI cutting out a "icnch privateer at Salamoa in 1813. CAPTtrV SAW ASRWORR. THK NAVtOATOR. [From the Sydney'(Acatraliai Kmpire April 10' 1 he decease of this well known and respected old olocist announced in our columns on the 1st nst., he having breathed his last on the previous lay. He was born at Dublin on the 1th day of N ip'vt 1.ill 1 w.i? conseipieipiy in his 71st year, r'or Uiore than fifty years ^e wan connected with the narKtme interests of this colony. Me commanded i vessel through Torres Straits to India very early n the present century, and bis remarks ami obeerrat ions in that then but little known and much feared raseage. were of the ntmost service to succeeding lavigaters- in fact Horsbnrgh s charts of the latest late indicate discoveries made by this excellent laviga or, 'he fKwiti.ns of which bave always jten found strictly correct. As a friend of be world renowned Horsbnrgh, he contri>nted largely and valuably to the charts and vorks of that bjdmgTapber. having had a long ex>ericrice in the Indian seas, more especially about Sumatra. Java and the Dutch Cast Indies generally. Captain A?hmnre was sn indefatigable and accurate ibserver of all which pertained to his profession, and 'Illit i m U'i Iiunjr Wi ui?n>tiK urif gn v^nen u unknown or little frequented localities. or of correctly asrerta'niDg and establishing the position of I angers previously doubtful, so far m the* duties ?uid be performed cnmpatih'y with the service in ?li . b he was engaged. ^ince ' 'aptain Ashmure reired from the sea ho ha? been principally employed is marine surveyor in thie port, for tbe last twenty rears in tbe service of the Australian (Jencrnl AseuUCtConMD) by whl b company he wa- so highy esteemed that "n his resignation, last July.in coneqocnce of ill health, he was awarded a very hand not pension for the remainder of his lift: but, una ortnnateiy he has not been permitted to eqjoy thi ruir of hi? labors ve-y long. As a tribute to hi' nenmry. the tings of all the 'hips in harbor, foreign onsuN. Ac., were hoisted half mast ru soon as his lea'b icrante known ; and so widely spitA'| is hie eputation, an 1 so general the rr*pe<-t in which he as held by ail who knew lnm, that we feel there ire few ports in the world this brief notice will each, wVre some mariner win not be found to rh irn 'lie annooncemen' will cause A fading of nor wandr'gnt Mis remains wer?? debited in heir last m-Mng place on the 2d inst., in the pre en " of a large number of friends members of the ner antile marln" merc hants and others,desirous f testify'ng. by th's mark of respect, their apprei iMon of'he senrioe* f Cap'ain Ashniore an a sur eyor, a navigator a sailor and a gentleman. BAHI. t,T or KM. ALL. Tlie Irish paper* arnoun e the d< uth of the Earl i t.lerigali <>n the '?7?J .1 F me. rather nddtolj at >jwe?, 1*le of Wight. He w? tixty four year* of ire. In default or mak- i*-? ie the Random Income* xtint. The deceased Karl w?* the author 'if the r Iwr o The Irieh Tutor,'* ami other ilraaatic worka of reapertable talent. johh rOMa rn? wit an rowr. I TTiin ollbard d d at hi- own h-ei-' in ^talybridge n ltrth oi June. He bad io*t completed hi* aeventyrat /ear. His poem* had been re. cntly collerted nd puhltahed in a neat volume under the aoapdcea f Mr. WilliamFairhairn, F' R.9. l'onr Jonea boiied in? h from th? publication of thrta volume, but died efore bia ardent anticipation* were realiied. cotnt ntMBinati. The Meihonrne vdrau* of April I, aaya:? We hare n announce the daatnof John, Count Dembinaki, a ntleman well known m the nri.>ntitl< oir. le of this ohiuy, and of whi h he *m a leading memlier. lount Detnblnaki'a death waa caused by colonial feer'und *'> hanati< m. vnw a. Vm , en the 36th of Jane, A sax. H >'i, Hwi , ig< < at )?ara. ft nooun aol lb daya Ic wm at^he ulr'nir v '>? tturjinyas's army at Sara i I. tmAWM 1 7 yp*rf r.T ?,? nt-ra.' ma army M uhaWula fur the man inat ?m draftee Tlie Ita ian journal* exprr*? great displeaaure at he French government linvirig juat caused the ??ie< ut irom the (roe* o. Dank le da Volterra *o i>e rmcvMl trom lt.ni" tor 1'ari* 1 hi* ui- tun-, whi. h. ' ordirf to connoisseurs, had no other rival* at lomo Oihii the Tr?n"figuration >t llipha.l, the rtt. erome of D uiiini' lono, an ' th" M ohma of Fuligon, ad V. . n ordered f, >m fhe < ielnnt. d painter by Irlena Oraml wlio uia.le a p nt of it to the Iiu, b of th< J' only. At pie- ni," -ays a Rorntn n.inal, the o. i tune o io i able, and the i. ^uili.fDt | .vturc m on d# way .0 i'aria,*' UNDAT, JULY 11, 1868. * *M? PvUK tdoni. BOOKS UCUVBD TO july 3. The Rowers' Manual. By J. D. R. Putman. The Waverley Novels. Ticknor A Fields' edition. P11UODICALB. The Gentleman's Magazine. Little's Living Age. Brown son's Quarterly Review. Hunt's Merchants' Magazine. The Historical Magazine, i Emerson's Magazine. The Horticulturist, Ac. The wavaaley Novels. Ticknor A Fields' edition. This beantifnl edition is rapidly approaching completion. t. R. nan's Well is the last issue. The illustrations c< ist of the inn at St. Runan's and r ink's first interview with Clara Mowbray?both linely executed engravings. Dr. Sangbb's Work oh Prostitution. j This important work is in the hands of the printers and will probably make its appearance early in the fall. The subject involves one of the most deeply inI teresting social problems which can engage the at' tnnfiao a/ ala hkn.mil.ma>.iai ?iu1 u vu uuid fa haua WUMVU U1 lilt pUliaUUIlV^lDIi, BUU IV W ?MU uaiv been thoroughly exhausted by Dr. Sanger's labors. It is certain that we shall soon be compelled to attempt legislation of some sort in regard to it, and I with the valuable statistical and medical data supplied by Dr. Sanger we shall be in a condition to approach the question with a due sense of the importance and magnitude of the evils that we shall have to deal with. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. MONEY MARKET. Satckday, July 10?6 P. M. There was a better market to-day fur all kinds of securities, and for the first time for many weeks we notice some buying on speculation on the bull side. There is not much of it, as yet. The street is still strongly inclined to the bear side. All the smaller operators are short of stocks, and hardly a day passes hnt some ingenious story is set on foot among that ingenious fraternity, and circulated to the damage of stocks. By these means the pnblic are frightened out of the market. The hot weather, also, which drives people out of the city, is unfavorable to an immediate movement in stocks. But, notwithstanding these difficulties, the market was strong and healthy today. As compared with the prices current yesterday afternoon, New York Central rose J; Rock Island, 1.J; Galena, Erie, ?; Michigan Central, Michigan Southern, J; Michigan Southern preferred, }; Panama, 1; Reading, 4, Ac., Ac. Cleveland and Toledo was steady, with small sales. Gardiner Gold improved an eighth. Among the bondB the most active were the Missouris, of which over $200,000 changed hands, the price finally rising to 85, with a good demand for speculative purposes. La Crosse land grants, which were also active, continue to fall oil in price; there was a sale, seller sixty, at nearly two per cent under the cash price. Illinois Central bonds declined 4, under the iin pretJMou that this market is about to receive a supp'y from the other side. A large parcel of Virginias changed hands at one-fourth above the lately current price. The market closed strong, and remained ho till the afternoon, when most of the prominent brokers left the street. It was resolved, In consequence of the beat, to adjourn over, without a second ooard, to Monday morning. The causes of the present rise in stocks may be easily traced. The growing certainty that, nusrithstanding the bard times, the New York Ceu tr&l and Calena will pay their usual dividends at the usul time, and that they will be followed in due course by the (Tiirago and Rock Island and Michigan Central, has Imparted a more hopeful feeling to the holders of railway stocks. There is a suspicion, too, that at least one prominent operator, who has been conspicuous on the bear side, has despaired of seeing any farther decline in stocks, has closed np his contracts, and is operating for a rise. Moreover, the hope gains ground that in the ensuing week the real proprietors of the New York Central and Erie railroads will not suffer the enemies of those great enterprises to break them down merely in order to make a little money as bears in the stock; and that if the direction of the Eric be not weeded of those persons whose names and authority have been used for years to the detriment of the property, at least that some pledge shall be obtained from them that for the future, so long as they remain in the direction. they shall cease to injure the property of their associates for the sake of their own private operations. How far these causes may countervail the dulness pervading the whole financial and commercial world, and tho inopportune season lor bull movements, the next few days may show. The half yearly dividend of the Bank of Kentucky is ten per cent, which will be paid to the New York stockholders, at the Bank of America, July 12. At a meeting of the stockholders of the Hartford County Savings Institution, held in Hartford yesterday, Mr. I>odd, the accountant, stated that he had discovered that. adopting a six per cent rule of inte" rest, the last dividend declared by the bank had not in fact been earned; this would make matters $.5,000 wor-e for the stockholders, and proportionately better for the depositors. Some of the loans were nominally drawing nine and ten per cent interest. If the principal and Interest could have been collected at those rates, the dividend would have been legal; but. inasmuch a? the rates were illegal, and the loans incollectable, it was suggested that the stockholders remained liable to that extent, notwithstanding it had been endorsed off the stork notes. A committee was appointed to investigate and to report at a future call. Stack Exchange. Sat* spat, July 10, 156". $10000 Mh b 6's 117$. 104 >00 aba KrM RR sSO 16 21000 fens ? 1600 . 31 H 100 do blO 1* ',' l?oO Virginia '?.... WM (160 do. 16', a/wo ?S~ Aft 1AA naackl*. TM? lAn &wi\r -w ?wv MRX'HIJ U ' .1 \J rwr? I w TOO# N Carolina 4'#. * ' 260 Rcadlnc Railroad. 4?? aoocOMIWonn U\ MO 40 44 V #7000 do Mr, 100 do.....afl0 46U 10C0?O do b#0 #6 100 do ?4? 45'. 14000 do 86 100 UCr ft Mil RR.. ? 2000 t'allfbnla 7'?.. 5# 50 Mr.b Ora RR #0 .4000 ft) n a Mi , R# 6# do M?K inoO Erin RR bd?1875 .16 450 do *10 60* annORud RRRlttm 102 26 do 6?V 6000 niCRRbda 4.10 87 V 100 do bOO 5?V 6000 do 87 V 50 do b.10 59* I 0OCO LaOftMil I f bda 3# >4 60 do 59* 12C00 do 36 100 Mirh So ft N la KR 22 V 10CCO do *00 31 \ 100 do bJO 22 S. 6CC0 L EftWlatm bda 03 90 do 22 W 10?ha I ntoe Pack.. 110 100 MIRoANtaffa b30 4?v ?6 Phoi l Bank 106 100 do 41', 6V>K?n<-ai) E* Pk. 106.X 4PaaainaRR. 104 u 6 Park nook lol 300 (Jalesa ft COM) RR 6* 25 1*1 ft If'iil (an <? 90 X 360 do 67 V 100?ard*ar<.oMOo. 1', 100 do b.10 M 600 do 1 100 do b#0 87V 100 Gary Imp Co (X 10 do 87 >. 475 NY On RR *10 04'4 50 do... boo 87% 30 do 04 X 8M1 CtaraM ft Tol RR. 34 V 100 do b.70 84 , 150 do 34 S 100 do... 610 MV 100 do.... b20 MV 400 db a30 84V 100 do a#0 84 V 50 do b3 M >t 6.50 Cblo ft llook I RR 75 V 1050 do 84 >, 50 do 76?, 436 Eri' Railroad.... 18), 100 do blO 76% #0? do 130 18 250 do 76V 100 do 18 V CITY COMMBRCIAX. REPORT. Sattroat, July 10?2 P. M. Floiil-The market wa* steady, and prices without change of moment. The sale* embraced abont 0.000 a 10,000 bbla., including superfine Blade at 13 80 a I 3 85, and extra do. at IT M a |4 05. Wiiiat wae active, with sale* of about 50.000 bushel*, including red winter Western at II 02 a |I 03; Milwaukic club, common, at 80c. a 00c., and inferior common Chicago epriag at |8c. a 75c. Corn.?Bale* of 25,000 tm*he|<were maiie. inclndinr white Southern at 82c.; inferior white Western at 70c., and mixed Weetern at 64c. a 75c. Rvr wa* epiiet at 09c. a 70c. Pork wa* firmer and more active. The antes embraced about 800 bbla., including mean at fit; 05 a 610 75, prime at 113 70 a 111 75, and rump at 14c. I,ami* was firm, with sale* of about 1,000 bbli. at lUc. a life, per lb. Cottom wa* firm, wtlh moderate sale*. WmtfKgy.?BaJw of *oo ibis, were auue at 24c. , The Ctnkli ?f IliUp TNk-TMi Wktlf ?* MlfU. The receipts at Wttter of floor, wheat, urn and barley, for the drstweekin July in 1857 and 1868, have been. u follows:? Flour, bib. Wheat, bu, Corn.bu. Bar'y,bu. 1857 7JJ.175 75,025 209,343 4,000 1868 50,022 284,013 129,878 10,241 lncreajge. .,27,847 208,988 Dec.79,405 Inc.6,241 The aggregated of the receipts of the above articles, so far, forthe years 1867 and 1858,have been:? Flour, bbl?. Wheat, bu. Corn, bu. Bar'y, bu. 185 7 152,079 980,913 091,035 120,284 185 8 549,002 3,523,191 1,097,167 362,931 Increase. 396,923 2,542,278 406,132 230,647 Reducing the wheat to flour, the excess of receipts of flour in 1858 over 1857, is equal to 905,379 barrels. The receipts at tide water of the principal artlticle.s of produce, from the opening of the canals to and including the 7th instant, have been as follows:? 1856. 1857. 1858. Canal open A/ay 4. May 6. April 28. Klour, bills 307,584 152,079 549.002 Wheat, bushels... .2,279,088 980,913 3,523,191 Corn 1 ,(>14,300 031,035 1,097,107 Bailey 147,655 120,284 302,931 Rye 840,820 83,122 149,620 Oats 1,708,903 900.425 1,327,705 Pork, bbla 43,300 8,288 12,723 Beef 8,994 2.7RO 0,545 Cheese, lbs 145,200 109,400 123,100 Batter 235.800 79,100 60,700 Lard 4,810,000 303,500 1,784,900 Bacon 2,038,500 1,704,800 2,357,800 Wool 51,900 6,900 201,900 Portion Markets, Sr. Thomas, June 15?Flour?Philadelphia and Baltimore, per bbl., $6 50; Brandy wine and Ohio extra, $6 50 a $6 75; Richmond and (ieorgetown, $7 50 a $8, last sales; good stock. Bread, pilot, per bbl., 4 25 a $4 50. Rice, per 100 lbs.. $5 50 a $0. Beef, mess, per bbl., <46 a (16. Pork, mesH, per bbl., $19 a $20: prime, do., $17 a $18. Hams, American, per lb., 13c. a lie. Whale oil, per gallon, 60c. a 65c. Codfish, large, per quintal, $5 a $5 50; small, do., $3 50 a $4 25?both in demand. Mackerel, No. 3, per bbl.. $10 a $10 50?wanted. Herrings, dry salted, per bbl., $3 a $3 50; pickled, $4 a $4 50; scaled, per box. 15c. a 20c?dull. Tar, per bbl., $3 50. Lumber, W. P., per M. feet, $18 a $20, as in qnality?supply. Tobacco, long leaf, per lb., 18c. a 20c.; manufactured 10's, 25c. a 26c.; do. 32 s. 30c. a 32c. Exchange?United States, at 60 dnys" sight bank drafts, 1 percent premium; 3 days' sight 2 per cent premium. Freights?From Porto Rico to United States, sugar 40c.; $3 for molasses, on deck; Hayti to United States, $6 50 gross, last rate paid. M A ll THE IS TJSL1.IGKNCB. Mar?isnC mt Ot??o Mawun, nes irHori. Wmmm, Lravm. Matt. Tar. TnHon .._ Btm'biiapine. .r>in* *| Mew *Y?k Hortk American?Liverpool Jure 30 Quebec Ceued* Iiverpoul July 3 Bourne AnatrU Soulhempton.. July 4 Hew York tanfirM Liverpool July 7 Hew Te?k ate Liverpool July 10 Hew kerb ladtea laverpool July 14 Quebec. Ac. Curoye. lAvervool July 17 Boeloa Hudroe Bremen July 17 Hew Tort uubiimjOla. iw.,jinnmjiii>n ..July to New Tort ThmtMH ttuttamtton. July 11 New York for nntori. Intlk Roatna July 14 Liverpool Boru??le New York....July 15 Humouri Olty of Waehlnglon.N?w York....July til Liverpool Brtmro Near York... July 17 Bremen Africa New York....July V Liverpool Indian Cinplre New York....July ?1 Galwey Feiton Mew York....July 24 Havre Kdinbnrg New York....July 24 Glasgow Canada. Hot'on Jaly ti Liverpoo' Kanreroo N?w York ...July 29. Liverpool Nora Star New York.... July 31 Havre, k-j 90* CALIFORNIA, *TO. Rtar or the VFaet New York....July *> AaptawaJI BTIliml TO Lib FROM OA TAN A AKDNIW ORLRANN. Inriaa Crrr?From New York id, arriving at Havana 7th and New Or lean a 10th Froaa New Orleane >K1), Havana < Bd. arriving at New York Bth. Cabawba?From New York 12th arriving at Havana l?th, and vaw Orleane IMh. From New Or.vana 27th, Havana < SVth. arriving at New York 3d i FaiLADELrii'i - Fron. New York 17th. arriving at Havana Bd. and New Orleane J6th Frank New Orleana Mh, Havana I Mh. arriving at New York 13th NLaea Ykxaaron?From New York TTth. arriving at Havana ] let aad New Orleane 3d. From New Grlvaua L2ui, hareaa MLh. arriving at New Y irk 19 Ji < leAann?Frene ('har)eaton 4th and lYth. dna at Havana Fth aad 13d. Front Havana loth and IMh. cue at New York 14th and tlat R ben the above datee fall an Nunday, the iteamen will an* an Monday. eaoept front Haw Orleane. TBI 0 TRILL AND HAIL TO I VP IA AND CHINA. The following may be of value to then hating enrieeerad nee In the Kaat ? The mail laavee Southampton oa the elk aad Mxh af each month aad Artivaa at Olhraitar about the Mh aad Huh or eat month. Arrives at Malta about the 14th anJ Stub Of eaiue meath. Arrivee at Alexandria about the 13lh of an me aad e?h of fallowing month Laavee Beet abont the RXk or flat of eeae aad ilktrtttf oUowl.g moaih. , Art-lreo at Ac<*? abnnl Iki Ifth or *tb * Me u4 10th or ltU of following month. U*in Ada eboii Um MU or 17th of mm* ui 4a; ?f orrlral for haMi, ad Uth to Srth for ha. 4* Indlu W.ry dMffi'r arrtrro .1 Bomb.; .boot 'ho M to Kh, Ud lfth to On of foUowtaf month. T ud C ?Mm?r arrlrao at Poliit do Oallo about tho M or Jib ud Bd to Sd of foliowtor moatb. Iara Point oo ftalle fur relo P?w> ?f tho mm. day, If tho hu alrudr arrtrod which tab no tho mail oa. AriiTOo .1 Polo r?iiui| .bant tho 1Kb or l*b ud Xth or U Of foBowlac month. Intm at tof.poro ahoat tho Uth or Uth ud Hot or lot of fNhnrtap moath. la.too Mnroporo .boot It b??r? after ?mt?al. Anrlrra at Hal Kom( .taut tho ad or tah bad M Or MA Of foBowtoo month , Una ooit da; for Rbu|tu> Two ma to lure BaiiaDd?ne ea the Sib ud ath of oaah 1 moath rl. lUrootLo. ud .rrlroo at Aleiaadrt. ikon tho amrdno u thr twllort mall. j IV AO pmJkXT* and tOtwi f.imded /hr tho Row Toaa 1 BUilbAMldliiaU, _ il lAliO mo BOW TOOB?TOI OAT. Ota 11m 4 SB I anop pot-> oro A 17 I IVP IPTA 7 M| BIUO WlTOO oro ?U Part af low T?rit,>lttijr 5? IRO?. i OI^tBET. Rfinikic PlorldA, Cm well. Kara on ah?II L M tie hill A Hon. t Hltunadlp Momt*om?r/, Crocker, Baranaah? II B Oromwrll 1 A Oo. Pteamehlp OobimHa, Berrr, Charlutoa?Rpofford. Ttleo I u t. A < <> Mcamahlp Atlanta Ih;fold, Charleeuia?R B OromwoU A | Co, R'oamihtn Jair.-rtnwri Parriob. N r'o'k *"-TI I.ttJlatn j Rieamablp Waaler o port. Berr;, l aumvo-B B Cromwell | A Co. bhlo A '1 Olorrr. K?Unm. Aeda?r. ROW -If '. noma I Rhip J P Chapman. 1 hai>maa. Point Beuf?J W El well A 1 Co. I Phlp Mediator, Knot. New Orleenr?W T rro?t- < Bark Peter > lintoa, Rrofdoo, Berdeatit?f H 'later. Hark < herolle An<*?rmo Rah.a- Kek'er.d A Tin It-bl 1 Brlp BoateCrlote. Ntrihrup. Madeira? I. Nlekororm. Brit imbeila B*uraus, Tamea, Port an Frlnoa?DolaSold. Wfooo A Co j Hrlf Mlariin*. Parker, T?mp??1 A Perrto. t Bnt D Duffell lalbot RMiabefkpot'?R'i?t?r. Pekr W H Balller Crowed. MJobna NP-Poot A BtmaX | B"br A Ret.';, Roll;. Habfai?P >et A ?mall. Rrbr Nonpareil 1Br) Bred;, flalifax -D R rtetk 1 IT Ruhr U Hlockmaa. Kbrmten, Jachomrlllo? I'r 'co A Van 1 Roliogen. B br Kato Brtpham. B*?leh Rarannah? lir.nb via A ntmoo 1 RthrL R Cowpertkwalto, Ittrntt;, Chor'eotna-- Poliaor A ] Potter. hchr Alb. PowrU. Wllmlniinn?t Powell. Rthr Vtriteta, Pari. WI!mir*'on-I> n B- rrey. Rekr * .1.eeo, Pmlifc R'rkmnad-C U Plerooo. RrhrC L v.nderr- art, Wlcha, Rk-hmoad-Vu Brut A R la?k I _ 1 Rehr Commerre, Pule!. Norfolk- B R?4e!l. Rrbr I.Tlnia lane Beu ham. Philadelphia?T W BoKeO. I b br loo Howard. Haker. Ban* r tu --r ftrhr Jaany Li id. Coombs. Rarfr H P Hick A ro. t Rakr rtjatnnlb Rork, 1 Arv Boston- Paytoo A Moop 7 boa Hull. Bull, Niildfi(?- Vm'.t Ajwrvni, fxaamafelp Tmamfd. Forbat Raw Orlaana, Jul* ?, wt'h paasanfrra to i haa M>nan A ?'?. July A at 1 PM. o# Bon lrar? I.,**' (Florida) aaw a ta>v? ttaaaar. bouad W; Itb. at faW lat *7 JO, km 79 40. aan ateainahtp Raapira City, bsnoa for Itarana and Naw iTltn bbip Wast i'otai. Ryan, l.trrrpool. May 9 with mdaa and 4f# paaarna# ra, to ' baa (torow. luna 1, off Tuakar apnka <<r bark Prlaraaa Roan from LNarpml for M rblla. M. off ')apa t'laar, ap .k? Br mf Jobn Owan, from Ijlrarpool for Mai bonrna, 4lb, CapaClaar baartngRRIIOmtlaa apofc* Br park I'arand bound to Urarpool. ?1 h loaa of U'h at ?, Ion Jk, -i-b?t>?*d alfnala with a larva Arearlraa ahip, Ska lat 41 M K>a SI 4ft. spok* ahlp Tnonv fan, from H ia<lnrlard for Portland. 40 days out; July A, lat ST 44, Ion 48 18. apnkn brl* Rancsr, from tVaf ingna for nailfat. Iba W P baa at parlanead wastarly wrda at tba paaaaga. ba.1 1 daatht. ?hlp WtreoaalB Roott, aoadariand, 44 data wttb oonl to HAf t Mayar raraol lo Wm T Front fans 14, lat 44 SO. ion W, nioke ahtp Wm TaU, baara for Harm Bark Glaagow (WrV Rap. Pal or mo May 8, paaaad Gibraltar 2Rib. with fruit Ao toLawrrnsn. UilasAOo. Ilark Dadina (of Ratk), Harrymaa, Havana, Jnaa 28, with unvar, to .1 W Rlwall A /to or If A'ma (Br), Bmwa Maanat, HP, rla Oat Talaad, Jul* S, Wlib plaaapplca logwood Art. to I R Raonn. Brig Mary A Nina (af Boston) Par (lata Wyman), Rt Tavi da Cutia, .tuna IT. with sugar and tnnasm noTf 11 Bmnkman Hrlf II It Allan (of HarrVaglnn. Waaa. IMclou. NR. 10 data wl'k anal, to Tramlatt A llaana. . Brtfr Q iaan BsMtar Br), Mnrrmm KllaabatAport for Mt Jon* BB. Hrhr Mary 0 t*B?, Oardoar, Bayia, JoB0 *, with nnr "" " "" ? i ncl"1' *" '0 wtu*vnl, 7 lu?- I Brhr Kail*. KrtSIn W'ln'nfUut Br 6 farm. ~K?? vft~. ?? !n2? MVw*rtLl>biaa. BuHtaorf ? daya. Bobr Tt'ot, Raltliaor*?days PPPw* Wearer, T>ianell. Indlaa Bitot, M. ' r?f I-f "'*? Prr ' rnam. Borland, 4MJ* 5*"r Tlx* B 4mil* llrlgK V?? Radford for AJbAay. Bohr roimflkln Darta fin hItot. 2l!!! n?rwi?B. _ g*Br Alfred (Ml, AI tot, ForUmd, Ot gi?m Bomob. ftauair. FMWdetaMa. Bjeamer SnpM*. B?, nutadeipM*. trailer & mmZT*<r?Z?Hf*aw UaAaa. AII.RD. teamahlpa AHtI, RrenMm, Ac: CnhinMe, and Atataarta. fbarlea-oo MaHlBHf, ?> Florida, Ravaaaaab; .lamm own, KoHMk. Ac. Wtad durlTf (Ac day W In WW. lllmllaaOTai and fTl?iw Tka H?f iMp A Hal n?pi Ladlow. aaiWi yeattrday IW (b>> thunp(aa and Brian, wllb upward* of om bundrad paa B??W. ? " , ft < Liseow, Jane H?TSe A merlin ?Mp Clin C Unletr, frond liter pool for Oaleutta, pnl l*to this pert on UUt 19 Jh May lest, leaky, end in repair in* giuii hd Vlow-Wion in it fair tartly, and nlN without change. We quote;? To Liverpool, per Month London i? K Bat re..... lg IS North of Burope ifi M lledlTe.rreaean I) IS 8ou<b America IS 14 Writ leetee Id 14 Kaat Indie* and California 12 M New IS it Ooacting Id ItS SottoM to Martntn, GRAVIS LRlMiR HOWOA EARBORL Notloe le hrreb? given, tha* the iron ball Beat. belonrm< 1 upon the above elation, tag been repaired, and returned la iU rUUob 1 he black can buoy temporarily placed off the ledge, h?| been removed By order of the Mubiiouae Board. MfiJLANCTON kiJflTU, Lighthouse leap, 3d die. Boiten, July 9.1850. The Bhtp Noente, Captain Johnson. from Cba/lectrn tor Liverpool, was towed to aea through the Xafll; Channel on Saturday, 26"h ult by tbe fteamer Nina The NeeaUe'l draught was a foot more then the pilots would have taken ever the Ship Bar on that day, and the former channel wlfl. from its Increased capacity and It* convenience to tbe city, he u*e< hereafter for tbe larger portion of the nhlpp.n* trading to that port Tbe pilot* are nnilous to have a conspicuous mark Placed on the kartelio lower on James' Island, which, ha connection with a tlml'ar one on Port dam'.er. would afford n tine range of marks to come In or go out the KsW. Chanaei by. WhalemM, At Freemantle, Anntrnlta, March 21, Brrnswiyk. Fuller, rf Dartmouth, from Desolation, where eke took 10 wtalrn mkh ill* TiA Mtiit nil SKI. an anl "io An ?.?. n'1 ?.!' - .rl Bound'aperm whaling 08 North West Ooaat of New' EoUud, and to Desolation next season. Rpokm, <bc. Ship Mary MoNear. Mc.Near from Sunderland April <0 -*t Caldara, May XI lat 6 80 N, km 36 10 W. Bark !.niny, Oolemau, float Boeton for Charleston, July f, Charleston W 26 mile* Br bHg Macassar. Whipple, from Baltimore June 9th Jer Glasgow, Jane "14" (P'obah)y 34th) no lat, 4c?by ? veaael which it at Halifax. N8, Jane 39 from Newfoundland. Brig Weat, 8tud>y, hen>e for Galreetoo. June 36, off Ahaco. Hcbr D Trowbridge, hence for Turka Inlands, Jane 2& ink 23 48, km 66 28. _ Ferelgn Petle. Barcilora, June 18?In port bark Ttan'.el. T.drldge 1'wff. Con start isopl*, June 16? In port bark Mystery, Knoakeeu dlur. Crorstadt, June 17?In port ehtpel tlaettne. fttmpsra, and Picayune, Brooke, for &r gland. ldg deala: M tea Dareancri. Condry, and Agamemnon. Goodwin. for Bristol, E, do; Eittj Bluff Redman, for Boeton ldg; Dublin, Ltne. for do: Aeay? ria. Peiano, from N Orleans. uno. Columbia. st urgW, aeekitc . | freight; tarke Iddo Kimball, sleeper, do Kdwtn, Nugent, Jcr Brletol, E, ldg; Wanderer Krder for doaton nt j Gibraltar Jane 16-Passed ship Ilia A Clark, F.cpper- j bo'dt. from Genoa for POrlesna - . Olamow June 26? In port bark Emma F Chans, EaJ to load for Boeton H*ur?x, July 3? Arr atbr Mercy Taylor, N.ekerwr. v"fw York;6<h, bark Major Norton, Genrusr, Boston. Cld 3d scAr Ark, btmm, NYork. 1,itihpoo!. June 26? AiY, North American <e\ Grange, for Quebec .10 h; tit Jamea OoUsy. for do 28'h; Canada ? for Hoeton via Halifax Joly 3; S Curling, C arliag. fcr Beet on scon; Shawmui, biggins, fa- do July 6; Wintie;d Bcctt, Ms* I.ellkD, for do With (flick frupatcb; National Eagle ViaJhewis, for do with Immediate despatch kangaroo sr. Jeffrey, fir NVork July 7. Alia (e). Lo.:. for do 10 h; Cumberland, Vera rill, for do, luppoaed abt ready, Byiranue R.an-hard. Allen, for do June 36; Underwriter, Roberta. ft,* do 28th; South* mnton, Austin. for do. to follow the C: Great We?te-u. Pur* ber, lor do July 1; Ellen Atirtu 'Jarrtrk rcr do 3d; Ncrtr. 7a. rolina, Foster, for Phi'adelphia June 26 Ocean Belie, Kslieren. for do Z7th; tlrowu polnv Oook. for do, to ececeed the Occen Bebe: M iacoDgue Carter, for do Ja'y It; Wm Ptu, Meade, for Baltimore Jnne 28; abby Biacr.ha.-d. Walta for do 27th F W Krone. Land la fnrdo20'-h; H-'en A Frances, Lewis, fer City Point with deepat-h, Mackinaw, Hammer, 1r Charleston soon: Florida. Mortimer, for Raaasnah, 1o. Tea BusseU. WtllHma. for Mobile do Kcward Hvmar, Neil!, for NOrieens June 27; Emily Aguata. Parker, for do with quick despatch; Naomi rearon for Ban Fran*ia*?; hree fourths of cargo engaged; Forest Kag'e. M -Le'iati for Bombay soon; Mfdilttex. Parmalee, for Melbourie, July 16 I canon June 26?Kingfisher Crosby f>r Boe ~n. with de* rpatcb, Vlaion, Bearse, fur Calcutta, dirct. ldg; Yaue.uee, Carney flrom MatsDzae. arr ?4'h; vsBltci Honeywell; Amazon, 1 nvey; Mary Bradf->rd Thompson, Rhine, Moore, V'.jia* ria, bampfoa; Deronrbtre. Lord; ?m Congr?i? Mather; Escort, Buaaey, and John Stuart, Sherman, for MYork. ldg; Annie Laurie ?? ? and Err bangs, Poller lor B<s.op, do; ljcrke, for Ran Fraroifoo do Lisbon, June 13-ln part skip Ella K Badger, Ta.-Ie.cb, from l.leerpooi for Calcutta, repg Maiaoa. June 17?It port hark Young Turk. Taylor. Ifor Itoetcu abt 71a- I Id af t li'h brig Mary R Jonea. Jeuea, Kafaeillea; 17th, hark Krdar Cy,?bv, Boeton BorTtROAH June 21-In port ships Charlea Ward. (Jo*.id. for N York ; F ueoel l^ycke. Rweetaer. for du Brazil. Blv-r. iut Kosiod backs H - ca Bo>ker fordo J B ' ~.. r. [) . .. >, Jeeeen for do; Coe-O'dla tPntch). Semcka, aad Jobannm Wilbelmtua 'B.-emi. for N York: Dutch trig America, Jfeer* rnar.e for Bos;od M Tnowal Jrmo IT?In tad knsk ftty AdaMn fimt AAaHaX. t Krllar. dlag; ?<*br Virginia Laaarty Alajr from JiaruuLo ua, rr 14tb for rt'r; and oibara aa haf-tra. Md J or ft not May *? ??. hart* dea Bwir. Mayo. ralmvith. Rng; Anxlora. Rboda#, Mayagnrr to load tor RHatan, *cb<* Uarv 0 TerbaP, Lola. Arrnto to load for N York Tib, hark May Boa? , :-r. htJcbra PB.iSib a.-ar I ..'.ta hoc, pi.^h. Kll/.a*aUl RC;l4tb brtt; R B M-a:-rn Br,-, MooU, St Jokna, PR, to Lai lor y York. St lnnw MR. July 4?Arr br'.g Rarolaom. '"'ollay, Pk'Ladrlttkn 4th, aktp R H fin-gar, T t-kar L<r?rrooi r.i tfUnMrt; i .k. a br Bavrlock NYork 'lid ftlh bark O J ChaRar, Nick :!*, Bnalol, tc, 7t*. gk'.p vJrrvuia. Doaae. I.irnrpool. Hama Part*. ^ALEXANDRIA, July ft? Ait brig Ada, u?anaiL, RTx.i*?r, ALBANY, July 9?4rr ickra * Railar W??ka, Rafcylrn; Balla, Johr.a c, kf'.orla r'oopt Mitcn, Pr-k. ^taaford, Lyuia. Ark-'taan P.rrm' nt Old achr* Mar* baron, t *?!*, C?W <prto*. Mar* A Morgan Morgan NYork HOnToR, July 9? krr brlfa R C Radar, Turaar. and 1> T lo'tbt, Ortfln, Hal'.tinora; Abbott Vawranra, Rakar. Pt.la trlpbla. *-bra kl'gaha-k Arr ilartua Haakall. Rlrbaaond. <>aO Reward, bakar Baxon. Hob lain; A Cor '-ry Habroak. R M blnniota uodtray bmt'y I?ay I?ay; W P PhlUlp^Rmhb, ind Yrrarurrr Plah*r. rhlladalpkla; L k ttaroaa, Koa<-** Troy, Raw Tork Park if. Baairoft and John Daafcr.k, Readout; t ktaf lldrtdva, RTork, ?loop Blact, Rtekarnrw, Albany V.a Q'.a>aatlae, ablp S ft Rwr.b. ("ratgbioa, from Llvart,k>1 Old able H M > ' la Murgla r aw ftiaar -o loaA lor 1 laarpool. b-lja Han coot Toekar Ph 'adalpkla, to mad lor Panaar-'la, L T Inljbt. "trtffln XaarroTt arhra 'laorrt I I'raaro'l (Brb H-cwa, Jrram a May. Bohart Cka'tetvoa; Rrnrv OaatoC, ftparrow. Klrbnoad bJikarOk 1. Hi-krwatt, / Phliadelpkia. S.d. wind ftW. Nt, RR and 8. aklp Raaftcwax; I bark Kdtato. lOtb-arr'by ta.) ba k Tont Conrto, Hall, Otnafcaroa.* TBaR' ftatOM, Ju!| ft-Arr achr I, w %lexandar ajaiak- I 4ar. Hork and CM hark Latand Hhstkiey, Bravoa, tr.g I llatward bbaar. Wrat lar l-a fttt- Arr aekr Boaa, T*rt la. Boat on for Raw tayre*, li, p.r I* for a harbor Balow fcr'gl.j-la w Atftlar. PITT POINT. Jut* 1- Arr ahiip Mary RuaaalL "anck If H Tork to load for U*atpa*l iiilbT i? !-,> * ..a. , <a- > ??i a-? iiVt wiilvoTj 1 H.'j i:? A-Arrmiaa ?rypbrtl* ui 0 If t'baprn Rawerk PaLL Al> Kb, j liy R?Arrrebr Ade'a FaMoia. Oar?wr.gkt, t >lo a..bra I trial !?>??, Braid. Ralilmor*; rata Kmllh Mctilvera from Ikimaiarn Jo, * brat, Map.Ft 'from Tanrv tl do; ?la??ra, Wilerae Albany. ' l?on Hjrdrn. taJ Haat'nr Macktv RYork. etoopa Au 11 bo Baa, Chat* as J 1 ll Nor do a litre, RYark nrnjIUh H I Ol.fc. July 7 PM-nrr br'ga Mar* OeM% tfontgoiBFry l>i< aland Ma far h lorb, Bound dni,d, W?a> . n han(?r frr do; e-brs) a*da# fla k laniaa Rlrrr /a, f< r PortAOMHilb; laioknnl, tlWfd n I o i|ha-apaia ' ir 'anit r<'k?. Mm, In- loaa.haatar 'ro*n. ard Mil IRborlrr I'oraia Mtva? kid for Pbtladaipbia; Ra.to Frna ar aod Julia A Mary, Far* p?t Jlaogorfor RYotk; Joaaph M l.aaa, L"rr?y, Olojcomer lor do 8*b- IfVi Vlrirlbla. Rarcahtnnoek -At*rr, MM; a"ha H P "I'lkftlog. P'trtb Paoffl t. Marry, fa ran Vara, BrciWb; II B ?talon. Mai ij, and / a .laaaci, '*ep ?a. Boston for PklledtJhla, Imma, I**/ I,ana for do. Bannar, Tafia, Roobp.rt r NYorb a'1 a bri Laa'-r l-ookout I 1 lata ?b~ Arr arbra ool I ?a ?r. Ralaanyr Jaokanarlito for Br#, on, Ma-rhaet. 'lawas ?aa lotrn (*<?; K* Tilaa Madkr, I York for Raaipa rt, ft |oo?ixvk. rto'rpufba Hoavna far Philadelphia, K Paint, Jr. fetaah a. A 1 irk for Prorlacawra. lid a-br K Palva, Jr In por> a' a aM and light fcr* dW wfb fog, k r Ira J B "r ml, Mary aMonad P?d ard Vl-g?n,a; arbra S <r.>r?-?a, a. A 'irrlrar ?? llam a', Pit apriagbuk iaorr? M I a rni'aa. Jama* k bt , b?U I ' aC e-k k J Kotara. B hra'rr. M H Pbra" a'aim Im a ? Marr BorA 'k- 'm, Taalra Hlair, A P "u.Vng (>o*aa Vara, al C Waetoc, Pa ilk??? lata Basa?r m'rd >l I eaar Ri-l(Brj. Mtr hanl. J. a Pa'aa. Pro iinnoa* P A Baatb fn-raaw. HaRTFI.RO >ot? arr r-krafm-h I) Bal'.iara, < ark, rbi.adr.i kia taarah --ear, ??laar, aad Jam?a Dlanr.y, Traa"hrBFf. j,,h ?- Arr a-b/ 'raabtln Homi. RTorb rla r~f<na< av Ph arkra Ann Alia tFBrrrb, Newark, Ular k.1 IB, bp-Pad ?a RYara Mfifill K ,i y I 1 ?'d -aa arMoaMm ? ma "Y\ A?M? rafi 1 la"avont Admiral Huflma, llaraa, V?rio ahlpa Jea i, bfMI, < ?aaay, ' Itarpool; Narab 9 II a'a. iiarlry Trtee'e i ?rk a paraiue rVi.ig.aaa. RY ai.a if M P I'wlakl? .liar "b'l.raljafci Taaal lo tkaaap Ad# lal 'a I all. 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