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OUR COUNTER CASE.
CONTINUED FROM THIRD PAGE. to keep n wntchftil eye on whatever might tend to en danger Uie security or Intercut* of the United States, it Ih not made quite clear whether Her Majesty's Kovernment regard these as duties of which It had the right to demand the performance of these officials, or as duties which tlic.v owed to their own govern ment Although the latter Interpretation would ?cem to t>e the most reasonable one, there Ih some ground to suppose that Her Majesty'# government hag made the statement in the former nen?'. Without ad mitting tlint sense to be just, the I'nlted Stated Insist that t'veu should such an obligation not he disputed. Her Ma jesty's government would not thereby be relieved from the duty ot aji independent, diligent and vigilant watch fulness* in order to prevent evil-disposed persons from violating it* neutrality: nor would the Minister of a Imlllgercnt Powc-r (as Mr. Adams was in the eye of tlie British Caliinet) be required, atter the receipt ?t otllcial information as to the nature and character of the evidence that must accompany his representation, to make lor be complained of for not making* representations of fact, to the neutral govern ment except in the manner in which he had been notified to make theiu. Thus (to apply the proposition), Mr. Adams being notified by the British government lliut III ?rdcr to secure official action on a complaint of a coiitcm Idated violation of British neutrality by the Insurgent*, le must furnish proof of the fact, sufficient to warrant conviction tor a violation of the Foreign Enlistment act, could not be charged by that government with rcsiinnsi tillity for not tuaktng representations cuitxalyiug a lesser degree of proof. THK BRITISH SKIZI'KKS. FourtrriitM?The United Statesdo not understand thnt it is true tliul allegations that vessel* were being prcnarecl tor cruising or carrying on war were in all cases followed by ?eiauro of the vessels when a sufficient prima jacir evi dence of the illegal purpose was furnished. They under rtood exactly the contrary to have been the case; that until the opinion of the law officers of the Crown, given on the 29th dav of Julv, I.-Hi.', the day of the escape of the Alabama, all branches ot Her Majesty's government held that it was necessary not only to establish a prepara tion for cruising or carrying on war, but also ati actual arming of the offending cruiser In a British port, in order to Justify seizure, and that this prevailing opinion was afterwards sustained ill effect bv the Courts of Kngland in Uie Alexandria ease, which is still the unreversed judicial construction of t he act of 1819. OUT OP 11 Kit OWN MOUTH. Pinrmtk?On page W is given what purports to be an ex ?lunation of the meaning of the words " Registry " and Clearance," of the duties of the officers empowered to register ships, and of the officers of the customs in respect to clearances. The acts of Parliament prescribing the duties nnil conferring the powers are not specially re ierred to, but the United States understood them to be, " Merchant Shipping act," IBM, 17 and W Victoria, cap. 104, and the " Customs Consolidation act," 188S, 18 and 17 Vic toria, caii. 1U7, with their several amendments. These acts, in tin- oplniou of the United States, confer more ex tended powers upon the officers ol Her Majesty's govern ment than is stated in the British case,ami they therefore ask the intention of the tribunal to the arts themselves, extracts from which are submitted herewith. PART IV. A CAUTION TO THK ARBITRATORS. Part four of the British case assumes to state certain considerations proper to be kept in view by the arbitra tors iu reference to the cases of the Florida, Alabama, Aeorgiu and Shenandoah. The I nitcd States have already made It clear, both in their case and in this pa per, that they regard many of these statements as not proper to be kept in view bv the arbitrators in reference to any of these vessels. Without repeating their views on this subject, they routine themselves to calling utten | HO" to a great error into whifb (fie afh.ttfalfjgra ?fnay be led In consequence ol the ^ (if Iinw.i^fuU ?? 1 careless t'Ar?? ?? - .. mis state case, it is there stated that claims for the Intorfercuee of Her Majesty's government In the case of these anil other vessels were based according to the statement ol Mr. Adams In his letters to Karl Russell dated 9th of October, 1862, on evidence considered by him to apply directly to Infringements of the municipal laws and not to anything beyond It. It Is quite possible, perhaps It Ih not too much to say that it is pri>baj>le, that the arbi trators may derive from this statement the impression Unit all the official representations ot Mr. Adams in re mx-ct to these four vessels were expressly based on evi dence ottered by him iu support of allegations of lnlVlngo luents of municipal law. The United States call attention to this, feeling coufldent that Her Majesty's government ?will be anxious to exclude a construction of Its lauguagc wlilch is so Utile in accordance with the facta. PART V. Tilt CASK OF TUB ri.ORIPA. Part V. of the British case is untitled, "Statement of Facts Relative to the Florida." The evldenoo In support of tliis part 6f the cftsc Is to be found in Vol. I. of the Ap pendix, between pages 1 and 166 iuclnsive. There are few distinctions in the two accounts of the career of this ves sel. The new evidence furnished by Her Majesty's gov ernment sustains and confirms the views of the United States, aud attention Is called to some Instances of this character. It Mow appears clearly that before the Florida lell Liverpool the British government received informa tion from th/- government of His Majesty the King of Italy that the pretence that the Florida was constructed for the Italian government was a fraud. THK NASSAU CONSPIRACr. Nefuiid?'The participation of the legal authorities at Nassau in the conspiracy for the discharge of the Florida, which was charged by the United States government, is established by the official reports accompanying the British case. ? A WRATH IVNOKR IIKR F1.AG. Third? Her Majesty's gnvernuieiit introduces on pages 73, 74 of it* appendix evidence which sustains the allega tions in the Amerioan case that the Florida was In out ward appearance a British man-of-war, and that In such assumed character, with Uie British (lag (lying, she passed the blockading squadron o(T Mobile, and'that her real character was i?it suspected until too late too stop her. This act was dvscrihril at the time by the distin guished admirals who witnessed it as only an apparent want of vigilance. BAD FAITH AT BARBADOS. Fourth?The only official report of the government ol' Barbados of what took place there in Febru ary, 11X53, shows there ha* been evident mistake on the nart of the Governor km to the San Jacinto; it also bring* Dome to the Governor positive knowledge of the fact that llic i?ct which lie wan committing w us a violation ofinternational law toward* ilic t ni'.cd States. THK lMKAKK IN IIKU HUITISK LAIK. fVlA?It now appear* in clear color* that Bermuda was made a law of hostile operation* by the Florida, the commander of tliaf vessel liaviuu coaled atd having been ?t Karbados within less than twentsdays, and having then cruised off the nortof New York, destroying American ves aels, arrived at Bermuda and intormcd'the Governor of all these facts. The Governor, with h know ledge ot thcui. gave him a hospitable reception and permitted him to coal and repair. These fact* were officially reported to Her Majesty's government, and were formally approved at the Foreign Office. Until now the United State* have been unable to establish, without the help oJ presumption, all the links in the chain of evidence. I'dSIl BACK TO rtftST fKINrirLKK. Sixth?Tt Is stilted It; the British ca?e that had the vessel been seized by Her Malcsty's government a court ol law would have ordered, and would Indeed have been bound to order, the immediate restoration of lo r lor want of evidence to support a forfeiture. It i.s not for the United Hlnlesto challenge the statements of llcr Malcsty's gov ernment regarding British municipal law. Their official* noiuiht during the rebellion to induce Her Majesty's f overnmcnt to *top vessels constructed in Great Britain rom cruising against the United Suites. They did not ?sk for their forfeiture. They did not ohiect to a restora tion to their owners provided, they were not to leave British waters to curry on war against the United States. It is necessary to l.rlng the tribunal back to this simple proposition, ? hich bus been obscured by the Irrelevant considerations put forth by Her Majesty's government It is scarcely necessary to say that the United State* deny the allegations regarding the supposed negligence of the na\y. PART VI. TttK rue Art or thk ai.abaha. The statement* made regurdlng the Alabama in the Sixth part ot the Brilikh case coutlict but little with those made In the American case. In many respect* they strengthen the American statement. Fir*?The re is no discrepancy as to what took place in lj\erpool prior to the escape of the vessel. Some new facts are introduced. Kor example 1. That in reply to Mr. Adding' tlrst representations the law officers ot the Crown advised that lie should he in formed that Her Majesty's government was investigating the ca?e, and that their course w ould depend upon the nature and (he sufficiency of any evidence of a breach of the law which they might obtain. 2. That the official legal advisers of the Customs gave Opinions on the evidence contained lu Mr. Adams'repre ?eitstkma, whl< h were in oo&iucl ?itii the opinions <>t tijc law officers of the Crown. 3. That these opinions were given unon the question* after they had been submitted to the law officers of the Crown, and before the latter had rendered their opinions. 4. That the Customs Uepartimuit of Her Majesty'w gov ernment, to which Mr. Adams was referred by fcarl Kus bcII, as charged with the management of the affair, ucted on the opinions ot their own advisers at a time when they must have known that the law officers of the Crown had the subject under consideration. .Srru/irf?The opinion of the law-officers of the Crown. How tlrst made public, confirm* the views of the United Btntes i resented in tbeircase. THE FATA I. KECLIGEJTCR. Thinl?It appears that the Commissioners of Customs knew on Tuesday, the 2?th of July . that the Alabama hud escaped that day. nnd that it was not until Friday, the 1st <?f August, that flic Collectors nt Holyhead and Beaumaris recelxed Instructions to d tain her. " <m tin 2<1 of August the Collector at Bcauiuuris reported that he had attended to his instructions, and had found that the Alabama hud left I'oint I/Inns on the morning ot Thursdav, the Slst. It" therefore, the instructions given on 'lie 1st "of Auirust had been given on the 29th ot July the Alabinuu might have been detained at l'olnt Linus. WHKttK Tilt TCSCARORA WAS. Fourth?Her Majesty's government introdnced the cio 8 latch of Mr. Adsms regarding his correspondence with up tain Craven, apparently with u purpose of assuming hereafter that < 'aptain Craven was st Southampton with Ills vessel, the Tuscarors oil the rjtli ot .lulv; that he left there tor oueenstowu, arriving at tfie latter place on the 30th; that on the :tl-t he received a telegram informing hint that tlie Alabama was off Point Unas, and that on the 1st ol August 3he sot sail up St. George's Channel toward* that point Mr. Adams objected to the course he look, a* bringing him within British waters. The facts ri ?vealcd subscfjueiitlj bv Mr Artjtu-' despatch *ho? that tlie Alabama lieu.1 left I'olnt l.lnu* before Cuptaltt ('raven Jtnew that she hat' jeen there. Without regard, there lore, to the principles which might and will tie disputed, this tact relieves the arbitrators from considering any mipposed responsibility of the United States tor the acts of the fuscaroru ut that time. AKOTHKU PMATK. WITH It PR TKt'P COLOR* Fifth?The British Consul'* report of the \i*it of the Alabama to Murtinio te shows that she was In the habit of railing under the British flag. I'hls wss know n to Her Majesty's government ou the 171 h of December, 1N62. a Kiwi. Dfnetxo (iKoonn. Sixth?In January. 1 -?Vi, the Alabama entered fort Royal, Jamaica, tor repair* mid to land prisoners. The course ol tlie Governor in all i?'ijig such hospitalities to be urunit ,1 was approved hv j?irl Russell February II. IHIB. Ibis ap. jiroval appear* io have been given without ri L'urd to the AUlvicc of the law o(Beers of the Crown. (Appendix, page 212.) AN fSrOBTPKAM PN'Gt.tSn FAftAlXKL Srnith? (treat *;re?* is apparently laid titi the reception mid acts of the Alabauvi in Brazilian waters. The Unlit d States invite a'tentioci t<> the striking contrast between ?he course of iler Majesty's government In the acts com plained of befo* > the tribunal and the course of the l-.m insror's government?as shoirji In the enclosure No. t. on |>ai,c 276 of the lupendlv?as shown in the Brazilian cir cular, on pnge 2-4. stating thai' tlie Confederate States had *?> I'tfi'l extsti i.oe; that tfiev JiAve been recognized as belligerents onlv with the accessary restriction"; and that the exportation of warlJ/te articles from the I'tirts ot the empire to the Insurgents, whether under tin Brazilian oi a ttcriirti Hag. was Un hidden; but that a slinllsr traOe to 'be port* of the I jilted ftates was forbid denonl> to the Brazilian flag, a* shown in the rule as to coal, and as sbuwn m the < arclujlv drawl.' distinction be tween liospituliUes lUu' tic is permitted .in the British ?? est Indian port/, for Die purpost of Hiding'A vessel in n ?"?*! liosp?.ulilie? given toeuabh. a vessel to reach u home port *?- in. n n T'"r 'SROCFNT PIRATK*. 777, M,'.r, ""'y * government aver that Unoriginal Yn.1,ill!,t.t it1,"1'rt"1 f" "-muted foi lly M.n I'C Of ? ?!. V o .1 1 K,"u-" contend that th1'evi i! ?.'i i/i .p n " )",r,u"' of the crew ktiew?uiU well whither tin y were going * ? use inn. whether they did or did net'make any' (be Alal^ni. The fact Is, however, that they made great rforts and Incurred (treat expense tor that tinrnouc The fnited males aiso relpectfuiry i-itir? tin Triiiunal oi Arbi tration tii the corre*lioMden<!e nlth the rort\<gne*e gov ?riuju?ui aiid wuUivrijmujj thi? vt :iet.i v lu- h i? In d&B doo'jmenta submitted in this counter own* PART vn. _ .. TK k'CASE or TH* GEORGIA. The evidence ',in-red by Great Britain regarding the Georgia Is in th' main Identical with that offered b.v the United State# In many respects the new document* strengthen tire case of the United state* _ INFORMED, BUT DIDN'T ACT. ? It/.ppears that Her Majesty* government was or flcially informed by ita own official* of the simpiciouH character of the Georgia two day* in advance ot Mr. Adamn* information, and that it took no utapa in conae quoncf. WANTED INFORMATION OF NO UBK. Stf oiwt?It U intimated that Mr. Adams wasin posnes sl'/.i of Information liefore the sailing of the Georgia Wiiich he should have communicated to Her Majesty's government; but it in conceded that the information would not have Justified conviction under the Foreign Enlistment act and that Mr Adams had before then been Informed that Her Majesty's government could not act on less complete representations. did she oof Third?It appears that orders were given to a British vessel of-war to proceed to Alderney, but It does not ap pear whether those orders were or were not obeyed. A MISSTAT* MKNT. Fourth?The report made In 1871 of the arming of the Goorglu differs from the contemporaneous account of un eye witness. HOT ALLOWED TO WRIGULR OUT. F\/ih.?When Her Majesty's goverumeut made the state ment that no serious endeavor to intercept or capture the Georgia appears to have been made on the part ot' the United States it was mistaken. This correction is, how ever, made under protest that the United Status were under no obligation towards Great Britain to relieve lior from the consequences of her original wrongdoing. PART vin. TUB CASR or THE SHENANDOAH. As with the other vessels, so with the Shenandoah. The evidence In the two cases Is largely tbe same, and the evidence exclusively presented by ller Majesty's govern ment strengthens the views and theories of the United States. THK ACTS ON BOARD. Firrt?It appears in the opinion of the law officers of the Grown, pages 141-2, that the Sea King wan regarded as a British vessel until after Its arrival at the Azores; that acts took pluce there on its deck which were esteemed to be violations of the Foreign Enlistment act, and that the question whether her deck wns not ut thut time a place belonging or subject to Her Majesty, was thought to be a serious one. The acts which are referred to as having taken place there within British jurisdiction were some of the act* of which the United States now complain. TltAT NEUTRAL CUKW. Stinmd?The United States do not admit that the persons who went out in the Laurel are to be regarded as ordi nary passenger*. They were persons who, in violation of the duties ol Great Britain as a neutral, were recruited In England to serve on the Shenandoah. THK ENGLISH Sllll* AT MKLBOORNE. Third?The official report of the Governor of what took Since at Melbourne confirmed the account given by ic United States in their case. By enclosure 19. on page 4'.K?, appendix, and by euclosure 22. on page 60U, It appears that Immediately after her arrival at Melbourne she was known as the Sea King. By paragraph 9, pages fiOft-6, It appears tbat the commandcr was not pressed to go to sea until he was quite ready to go. By paragraph 20, on page 607, It appears that tne Governor was consenting to the condonation of the offences of UK' Sheftauiloiill agaliuf British neutrality. By the police refiyrt, page &B, it up' pears that tin- government was omcial!y '"fonnffl bv its otfu officers tliat the commander IBtctfdtif trt sfifiiTrtrw, men at Melbourne, and by encIo.uK ninoty, p?g^629 ^ appean? Giat although the stay of tho Shenandoah at Melbourne was Mini natty for the repair of the sprpwL, Its gearings, tlmt part of the machinery was not touched until the vessel had bueu fourteen d'avs in h,.rf Th? United States cannot admit that there waj any vigiinnnn exercised fey the officer* of tbe colonial goyernnioul TBAT THIS STOBr, WW tatcd ln1?& l ...ttiesiy s government ill tn| ^.uiements inaclc in'the first paragraph of page MB of tne British case regarding tho crew of the Sheiiandoan ana Temple's affidavit, nor can they accept as true ine statement ol the Commander ol tne ShenandoilM>?e } Her Majesty's government on page W. thatonrer ^ intelligence of the overthrow ot the lnburrt c jjC jje. fisted instantly from further acts ol war. ouji ^igilahcr fT , Fifth?The United Stated ftj r6 the Hhenandqah, mt&e the same statement which Ihcy have already miide. In re ply to the statement Of Her Majesty's government*,, touch ing attempts to lnterccpt ^r culture the Geogliu TnK QCTtSTlON or fUMACEfl. On page 167 of the case of Her Majesty's government It is said "If the tribunal should come to the conclusion that Great Britain has incurred any liability to the United States the question will then arise, what should lie deemed the least measure and the extent of that liability. Utr Britannic Majesty's government abstained at present from entering into tnat question, and will reserve such Observations as may bo fitly offered In rela tion to It at a later stage of the proceed ings. Here it is sufficient to remark that a claim on the part of a belligerent to be indemnified at the expense uf a neutral for losses Inflicted or occasioned by auv of the ordinary operations of war, on the plea that these operations wore assisted or facilitated by negligence on tho part of the neutral government, is one which Involves grave considerations and requires to bo weighed with the utuioxt care. Losses of which such negligence Is the direct atld proximate cause., and It Is In respect of such only that compensation could justly be aw arded, are commonly not easy to separate from those springing from other causes." The United States concur with Her Majesty's govern ment In the opinion that a claim on the part of a belli gerent to be indemnified at the expense of a neutral for . losses lntlicteil or occasioned by any of the ordinary opera tions of war "Is one which Involves grave considerations, and requires to be weighed with the utmost carewith out the explanatory observations which Her Majesty's government reserves the right to make In a later stage of the proceedings, they cannot say bow tar they do or do not concur In tlio further statement that compensation can only justly be awarded by the tribunal In respect to losses ot which the negligence of the neutral Is the direct and proximate cause.* It appears to them, however, that certain general considerations may reasonably be as sumed by the arbitrators. TIIF. FOUNTAINS OF DAMAGES. I^irnt?Both parties contemplate that the United States will endeavor to establish in these proceedings some tangible connection of the cause and effect between the injuries for which they ask compensation and the "acts committed by the several vessels," which the treaty contemplates are to be lihown to bo the fount of those Injuries. WHAT 18 IN TilK HONP. fn-ond?The Tribunal of Arbitration, being a judicial body Invested by the parties with the functions necessary for the determining of the issues between thom, and be ing now seiaed of tno substance of the matter in dispute, will hold nwf botuNI by rach reasonable ud utiHukra rules oflaw regarding the relation of cause anil effect, as It ina.v assume that the parties had in view when they entered into their engagement to make this reference. ONLY BK JPST. Thirtl?Neither party contemplates that the tribunal will establish or be governed by rules in this respect which will either on the mm hand tend to release neutrals from their duty to observe a strict neutrality, or on the other hand will make a course of honest neutrality bur densome. THE COSSfMMATIO* OKTOUTLY TO BK WISIIKP. Leaving now flu Imom raised by the case aad counter cases of till'two governments lo the arguments of conn, sel and to the decision of the tribunal, the United States repeat with strengthened conviction the language ?Ith which they closed their case. "It is the highest Interest of the two great Powers which appear at this bar that the causes of difference which have arisen between them should be speedily and forever set at rest. The United States entertain li confident expectation that Her Maj esty's government will concur with them In this opinion. * <>n page 469 of the American official case In the Kng lisb language, alter enumerating the several classes of claims for injuries the United States say, "so far as these various losses and expenditures grew out of the acts com mitted by the several cruisers, the United States are en titled to ask compensation and remuneration before this tribunal." In the unofficial French translation, made for the con venience of the arbitrators, there Is 110 equivalent for the important words In Italics above cited. (French version, page 377.) The agent of the United States received the book just as the Conference at Geneva, In December, was about to begin, and did not discover the error In time to correct It at that Conference, lit now lakes the first opportunity to cull attention to it FANNY HYDE. 8he la Balled Out In the Hum of 93,500<? j Argument on the Motion?Her Joy at Being Released?She la Again To Be Tried In June. The Kings county Court of Oyer and Terminer convened again yesterday morning at the ISrooklyn Court House. Judge Calvin E. Pratt anil Associate Justices Voorhees anil Johnson were on the beach. MOTION FOK BAIL. Ex-Judge Morris, of counsel for Mrs. Fanny Hyde, appeared anil moved to have the prisoner admitted to ball until the next trial. The prisoner was then present. The court room tfas crowded. In making the application Judge Morris said:?"There will l?e no disagreement between the District Attorney and myself in regard to the result of the trial which occupied all of last week. The jurors stood ten for ai'ituittul and two for manslaughter in tlie third degree from the time they went out until the time of their discharge, which was at seven o'clock yesterday morning. The case has been fully trleil on both sides, and I submit under the circumstances that it is proper that reasonable ball should be fixed in this case, j The highest offence suggested by any of the jurors? ' these two Jurors?was manslaughter, and the other 1 ten were for absolute acquittal. The parties are poor and are not able to give a very large ball, but 1 think that I can assure this court that any rea sonable bail will ensure the attendance of the pris oner at any time. THK niSTBirr ATrORSBY'S REPLY. District Attorney Itritton delivered quite an elab orate reply, the principal point In which was that I the defence was a pretended one?Insanity. TNie ; prosecution did not believe in this defence or flier would not have prosecuted the prisoner, if now she went out Into the world, when theca-e was tried again In June a host of witnesses might lie ; I called to show that In the meantime she had sud- ' 1 denly become lusarn again and nil the i j paraphernalia surrounding that testimony ' might be produced in Court. There would ! I be no time to meet It. and if tii" i prisoner were allowed to go into the world 1 I In that way?If the surmises of the prosecution were i correct?it would be affording mean* to successfully I ; carry out this plan of defence and the subsequent j acquittal of the prisoner, whom he believed kuIH.v 1 1 of tho ofTletice charged. I'udrr these circumstances 1 he Celt It to be his duty to op]?)*e the motion. Judge Pratt said that the presumption was that I the witness would state only what was true. Mr. Brttton replied that that was the l> gal pre- 1 smhptlon. and said that Ue would leave the respon sibility with the Court. Mr. Morris said that the defence did not, clalin that, the prisoner was insane on Uie trial. The tes- i tlmony of Dr. Corey was that he discovered no evi dence of Insanity. The District Attorney suggested not that the prisoner ought not to be balled, but that If she were the defence would manufacture testimony ad interim that he would not be pre pared to meet. Mr. Morris said that he thought the defence had abundant evidence withoutih.it, ami hardly thought that this suggestion would have any weight with the Court. The prisoner was lu feeble health. BAtl.EO. Judge Pratt, after consulting with his associates, fixed the ball at #'-',500, two sureties being required to lustily In that amount. The bondsmen are Ed ward HiiiUiway, of 38 Division street, Brooklyn, and lieorge H*W, of )4f! President street. Mr. Morris ik-jw^tcd hi* ?arilll?d check for 14tow with County Herk Herman to Indemnify the bondsmen for their liability. Mrs. Hyde was greatly overjoyed at her release, and warmly thanked her counsel for their efforts in her behalf. She was congratulated by her relatives and friends, and returned with her father to Ills house, 233 Rodney street, G. 1). THE SECOND AVENUE HOMICIDE. Coroner Young's Investigation?Murphy Held by the Jury?Motion to Admit Him to Bail. The fatal shooting of David Harry in Ryan's porter house, at a late hoar last Wednesday night, by Da vid Murphy, was yesterday the subject of investiga tion before Coroner Youug at the City Hall. The testimony of the witnesses was somewhat conflict ing, but there was no difference of opinion as to who fired the fatal shot. Even Murphy himself did not deny the shooting, but claimed that he was compelled to use the pistol in defence of his own life. Below will be found a synopsis of the evi dence David Crlmmins, of 1,130 Second avenue, deposed that he was acquainted with deceased and also the prisoner; saw deceased late last Wednesday night in Ryan's liquor store, corner of Sixtieth street and Second avenue; the prisoner, his brother, Mr. Ryan, one Shine and the witness were there; prisoner said to Barry, " You went out for a party to beat me Harry denied It and they came to blows, dur ing which deceased struck prisoner; Murphy was gushed behind the bar and had a pistol In Is hand; Murphy went from the bar to the door, opened it, and, seeing Barry, raised his pistol and shot him; this occurred right by the front door; Murphy then walked away, followed by the witness, who was told If he did not go away he (Murphy) would shoot him; Murphy, without mak ing the slightest attempt to escape, went to the station house and gave himself up to Captain din ner; the witness and Murphy have always been good friends; think the pistol was not more than eighteen inches from Harry's head at the time of the shooting; was not In the barroom at the time the difficulty commenced; no one was assaulting the prisoner at the time he shot deceased. James Ryan, a bartender for Ills brother, corner of Sixtieth street and Second avenue, deposed that that the prisoner, his brother John, deceased and a stranger were In the place, when the latter treated; eceased and the prisoner had a difficulty, when eces^yij )vqnt out, and soon returned with Crirn Thins and one or two others, after which the quar *"?wed, but don't know who commenced rel wits re,.. "-isoner behind the bar, when the ?! t rimmins t6on1 was told to put it away; latter took out a pistol, au\. ami then the prisoner then went out of tW witness sent witness heard a. pistol tired; thi?0LT orisoner and for an officer ami closed ?? rerUfSKJSn that deceased did not Sight; nearly aU " *" ?--- , , my came into tue ParLy were Intoxicated when that 'iicrc a* thu Placei have heard It remarked J- .fj/h n* 13 not policemen enough in the Nlne ZwAitri ecinct to protect the citizens; witness 5, that at the time prisoner went from the bar .?e door Crlmmins was nearly twenty feet from .am. Michael Blote, of ?oo East Sixtieth street, was In the barroom at the time of the difficulty; but when the pistol was fired the wituess was on his way to the station "house for a policeman, at the request ?f Mr. Ryan ; saw a pistol In Murphy's hand. John Murphy, a brother of the prisoner, living at. 350 East Fifty-ninth street, deposed that he was at Ryan's place last Wednesday night, with others, and played a cut-throat, game of euchre: later the prisoner came In and he and Barry haa a quarrel; being separated, Barry, by request, went out, but soon returned with Crlmmins, and the fight was renewed, during which the witness heard a pistol fired, but did not see who discharged It; saw no blow struck; when the witness went outside, after the shooting, he went home; heard Crlmmins say to the prisoner, on sidewalk, "Como with me," and they walked away. David Murphy, the prisoner, was placed on the stand and testified that while in Ryan's saloon last Wednesday night he and deceased had a quarrel, when Barry struck him; witness said, "You had better let me alone or I will hurt some of you;" they then made another assault on the witness, when he fired the pistol, but without Intending to hit any one; one or two of the men had hold or the prisoner at the time he tired the pistol; after the shooting went to the station house aud gave him self up to Captain Gunner. The Captain belngcalled testified that the prisoner surrendered himself and said, 'Taptain, 1 have shot a man corner of Sixtieth street and Second ave nue; I had to do It, as three or four men were beat ing me;" Murphy at the same time gave a atnall pistol to Captain Gunner; In the station house Crlmmlus, wno followed Murphy, said that Murphy had threatened to shoot him. Deputy Coroner Marsh, who made a post-mortem examination on the body, testified that he found a pistol shot wound near the left car, the bullet pass im; through the brain and was found lodged In the skull; the wound was the cause of death. Coroner Young then submitted the case to the Jury, who found"That David Harry came to his death from a pistol shot wound In the head with a pistol in the hands of David Murphy, at the corner of Sixtieth street and Second avenue, ou the night of the 17th of April, 1872." Murph.v Is twenty-three years of age, bom In Ire land, aud a car driver by occupation. In relation to the shooting Murphy said "1 did it in self-de fence." Mr. Afee Hummel, counsel for the accused, on the finding of the Jury J made a motion that his client be admitted to ball, as the evidence showed that the offence was nothing more than homicide in the third degree. The Coroner denied the motion till after consulting with the District Attorney. Murphy was then committed to the Tombs. LIBBIE GARRABRANT. The Mnrdcr of Kan no in P. Burronghn? Finding the Corpse Alone In An Empty Homp?Story of the Crime? First Day of the Trial and Legal Quibbles Delaying It for Two Days. The Burroughs tragedy of lust December ifl still well remembered l>y the readers of the daily press. Constable William Monks, of I'aterson, went to the house of one Ransom P. Burroughs in Franklin street, near Hlver, armed with a warrant of at tachment on his goods for non-payment of rent, which he was instructed to execute. The place was used as a saloon and "house of assignation," similar to the one which the wile of Burroughs had previously kept before she was sent to the state Prison. Among his "boarders" was 11 young girl of seventeen, named Llbbie (Jarrabraut, who acted as Ills housekeeper, but SHE TOLL IN LOVE with a young man named Van Winkle Tlogert, and they were evidently getting ready for marriage when the tragedy became known. It is believed that the desire to possess come of Bui-rough's fur niture was the incentive of the crime of which Llbbie is accused. Constable Monk found Iiur roughs In a back room in his house seated in a chair, apparently asleep, with a blanket thrown over his head and face, lie shook him to awake him, when he found him to be stilt and cold. Removing the covering irotn his head he saw a sight which made his hair stand on end with horror. Burrough s was a corpse, and had apparently been dead for some time, on his person was found ajiote stating that he hail committed suicide, and giving its reasons that in the absence of his wife and the approaching departure of Llbbie Garrabrant, LIKE HAD BECOME ABSOLUTELY rNSfl'POUTABT.l. It was signed "Charles P. Burroughs." This signa ture excited the suspicion of Coroner Qninn, and was the cause of the investigation being prosecuted. Llbbie was arrested and charged with writing the letter, she having always been in the habit of call ing him by the name or "Charlie." ilpon the hand writing having been found to be hers she acknowl edged the charge, but said that she did it at his dic tation. At the Inquest herself and numerous other witnesses wove about her a strong web of evi dence. until she at length acknowledged that SIIE HAD PfKCIIASKO ARSENIC and given it to Burroughs in some pudding, and that her lover, Bogert, was present at the time she did It. They were both arrested and Indicted for murder at the December term. Their trials, however, were postponed until this spring term, for which Judge Beale ordered a pauelof 100 jurors. THE TRIAL of Llbbie Oarrabrant commenced yesterday, at which Judge Hedle presided, with Associate Judges Daggers, Terhun?\ llarkalow and Hundfonl. At torney General Gilchrist and County Prosecutor John 'Hopper represented the 8tate\ anil Socrates Tattle appeared for Llbbie Oarrabrant. The Court was crowded when the ease was called at ten o'clock. The prisoner was for the first time in public since her arrest, and was visibly affected, bursting into tears. Afterward, however, she w ore an nlr of calm indifference. Her cheeks were still red and fresh-looking, and from her dark eyes she shot forth the look of defiance that is .so RtoWMlv her characteristic. When everything was ready to proceed her counsel. Mayor Tuttle, said that she hod not Is-en furnished with the panel of jurors In the form precribed by the law, which required that the residence* should be given as well as the names. This was AN CNANSWERABI.B TECHNICAL POINT which the prosecution did not attempt to deny. The conrt would not take the responsibility of dc i iding against the defence on the point, as it could throw the case lulu the Court of Arrors. It was therefore adjourned without further remark until Thursday morning to allow the panel of jurors to be legally prepared. A bill is now before the Legislature having lor Its object the erection of fireproof warehouses and the construction of bulkhead railroads leading to them along the wharves of tlie city. Mr. Oardlner, the promoter of the measure, was In the city yesterday canvassing for it-' support, and as the result of his efforts a meeting of the Grocers' Board of IVade is to l?e' held at. three o'clock tills afternoon to take the bill into consideration. The corn Exchange re fuses to mov<? in the matter, considering the bill to be In the fnl^TMt of the charter company, and therefore not entitled to support. The eoUon brokers have alio had the mutter submit tul to tiiCUb SHIPPING NEWS. Almanac for New York?Tliii Dmy* Rnn rises 5 10 I Moon rises... .eve 7 04 Sun sets. 6 48 [ High water. morn 8 08 OCEAN STEAMERS. DATES OP DEPARTURE FROM NEW YORK FOR TIIE MONTHS OF APRIL AND MAY. StrUBWrn. &HU. DtMinathm. I OffI". Nevada City Of Htiltiiiiore. Columbia Hermann Adriatic Wyoming Atlantic Kuropa Washington.. Minnesota Baltic Idulio Apl 24. Apl 26. Apl 27. Apl 27. Apl 27. May 1. May 4. May 4. May 6. May 8. May 11. May 15 Liverpool.. Liverpool.. Glasgow ... Bremen Liverpool.. Liverpool.. Liverpool.. GlaSgOW.. . . Havre Liverpool.. Liverpool.. Liverpool.. 29 Broadway. IA Broadway. 7 Bowling Green 2 Bowling Green 19 Broadway. 29 Broadway. 19 Broadway. 7 Bowling (irecn 58 Broadway. 29 Broadway. 19 Broadway. 29 Broadway. PORT OF JiEW YORK, APRIL 22, 1872. CLEARED. Steamship Egypt (Br), Grogan, Liverpool?National Steamship Co. Stcamanip City of Dublin (Br), Jameson, Liverpool?J O Dale. Steamship Franconla, Bragg, Portland?J F Amen. Hark Hazard, Holmuii, Montevideo?V H Brown A Co. Hark Kestrel (Br), Faulkner, Mulaiizaa?II J DcWolf A Co. Bark Charlie Wood (Br), Towse, Sackvllle?Miller A Houghton. Brig Penlta (Bp), Zaragovla, Cadiz?Miller A Houghton. Brig Princes* Beatrice (Br), Simmons, Point a Fetre?II A Va table A Hon. Brig Harry A Aubrey (Br), Brlggs, Barbados?T T A F A Dwlght. Brig Peter A John (Br), McLaughlin, St Johns, NF?81. Merchant A Co. Schr H C Slicppard, Clark, St Augustine?Betsey, Mil ler A Co. Schr Blackstone, Wlckson. Providence. Sloop South port, Bee be. Middle town. Sloop Manhattan, Harris, New Haven. Steamer F W Brune, Poster, Baltimore. Kteumcr S 0 Walker, Shcreln, Philadelphia. Steamer Ann Kliza, Richards, Philadelphia. Steamer Black Diamond, Meredith, Philadelphia. ? ARRIVALS. REPORTED BY TIIE 11 KHALI) STEAM YACITTS. Steamship Wyoming (Br), Whineray, Liverpool April 10 and Quccnstown 11th, with mdse and 1,110 missengers, to W Itliam.x A Gulou. April 14, lat 48 45, Ion 19 07, passed snip Lord Dulliousle (Br), from Liverpool tor Halifax; name day, lat 4H 12, Ion 29, an Allan steamship bound east; 15th, lat 40 IS, Ion 38 35, a Cunurd steamer, supposed the Java, hence for Liverpool. fgstf amshi(> The Queen (Br), Thomas Liverpool April 6 and Queenstown 7th, with mdse and 343 passengers, to F. W J Hurst. Had moderate weather to the Batiks, since variable. April 14, lat 46 43, Ion 39 43, spoke shin Chippewa (Br), from Glasgow for Montreal; 10tn, lat 43 27, Ion 49 30, passed a White Star steamer and a In ig-riggcd siea both bound East; 21st, lat 4096, lyu 68 32, spoke steamship oieamsuiu ?uouiusOIi, April iu, via Queenstown 11th, wity mdse atjd passengers, ty Jlatioual Steamship Co. ? - ~ w "+ ,, ? Steamship Koln (NO), Francke, Bremen April 6, via Southampton 9th. w ith mdso and 763 passengers, to Oel riehsAOo. During the first part of the passage had va riable winds and fair weather; since crossing the Banks strong NW and Hff winds, with a very high sea ; April 13, lut 80, Ion 27, passed ship Marlborough (Br), from Liver pool tor Quebec; 16th, lat 46 16, Ion 47 30, ship City of Que bec (Br), from London for Montreal; 21st, 240 miles east of Sandy llook, a Cunurd steamer; 220 miles east of do, an Anchor lino steamer; 200 miles east of do, steamship Bremen, all bound east; had one birth among the pas sengers. Steamship E C Knight, Johnson, Georgetown, DC, with mdse to Goo B Merrick. Bark Japan (NG), Helcrstcln, Amoy Dec 28, with teas, to E Pavenstaat A Co?vessel to Herman Koop A Co. Passed Anjier Jan 9, Capo of Good Hope Fob 25, and crossed the K<|iiator March 27, in Ion S3 40; waslOdavs from lat 6 S to the Equator, with strong northerly winds, from thence to 18th Inst fine weather; 18th instexperi enced a heavy gale from 8E to NW, lasting 30 hours, baro meter at the Ume 29 40; March 22, lat 2 45 S, Ion 30 W, spoke bark Acapulco, from Itiulijiie for Cork. Bark John Worster (ot Boston), Bourne, Muscat, Dec IB via Zanzibar Jan 16, with mdse, to Arnold, Mines A Co; passed Cape ol'Good Hope Feb 18 and crossed the Equator March 24, in Ion 33; had moderate weather; April 2, lat 14 28, Ion 66 16, exchanged signals with a brig showing a white flag with red cross, steering south; 13th, lat22 02, Ion 63 35, passed the wreck of a schooner of about 200 tons burden, abandoned and full of water, painted black, with yellow stripe, mainmast and bowsprit gone, foremast lying fore and aft on deck: had evidently been stripped. Bark Albina, Williams, Liverpool Fob 18, with mdse to Thomas Dunham's New hew A Co. Had heavy westerly ami SW gales the whole passage, with heavy ncad sea. The A Is atichared at the Southwest Spit). Bark Ada (Br), Durkee, Antwerp, 86 days, with mdse' to Boyd A Hincken. Took the southern passage and had heavy westerly gales; stove bulwarks, sprung main yard, split sails, Ac; been 10 days north of Bermuda. Bark Ga/.elle, Black, Martinique, 17 days, with sugar, Ac, to F Trowbridge's Sons. Been 5 days north of Hatte ras with SW and NW winds. Bark 8 E Kingsbury, Perry, Cardenas, 12 days, with sugar, to Walsh, Field A Way. Been 8 days north of llat teras, with easterly and northerly winds. Bark E Williams, Keen, Pensacola, 20 days, with vellow pine to W H Parks?vessel to C 11 Mallory A Co. Been 4 davs north of Hatteras, with head winds. Brig Unto (Russ), Tabelle, Antwerp, 72 days, with mdse, to Funch, Edve A Co. Took the southern passage and had heavy westerly gales to the Western Islands; stove bul warks, Ac.; had very light NE trades; been 10 days north of Bermuda. Brig Ontario (Br), Tupman, Palermo 93 days, with fruit to Morton, Bliss At Co; vessel to order. Passed (Jibraltar Feb 8; took the middle passage ami had heavy westerly gales; hewi 12 days north of Bermuda. April 11, lat 34 27, Ion 69 68, snoka schr Azelda A Laura, hence for Baracoa, who supplied us with provisions. Brig Mary E Leighton, Bray, Marseilles 63 days, with mdse, to Moss A Ward. Passed Gibraltar March 2; came the southern passage and had light winds and calms. April 16 and 17 had a hea? gale from NW; stove bul warks; April 18, lat 38, Ion 72 W, saw a large can buoy, painted red, No 8; been 10 days north of Hatteras. Brig Richmond, Powers, Curdenas 14 days, with sugar and molasses to H H Howell, Sun A Co; vessel to Miller A Houghton. April 9, off GunCtiv, saw hark Geo Kinman, Inxuid south: 19th, lat 38 20, Ion 72 15, schr Hattie, from Sa vii ? i it it li for . Sclir Silver Star, Smith, St Martins, 13 days, with salt to Woodruff A Robinson; vessel to Dollner, Potter A Co. Schr Hortenaia, Newton, Dcmernra, Feb 13. via Ber muda, April 11, with sugar to Youngs, Smith A Co; vessel to Mil[cr A Hougtnn. tlud heavy weather, been & days north of Hatter as; sailed in company brig Proteus tor 1'hlladelphiu. Setir J M Steven* (Br), Edgett, Cardenas, 12 days, with sugar to Spenco, Montegiic A Co?vessel to 1* J Kevins A Son. Keen 6 days north of Huttcras with strong northerly winds. Sehr Two Marys, MeDougal, Corpus Christ! 25 days, with hides, horns, Ac, to Richmond A Co?vessel to mas ter. Had Heavy weather: been f> days north of Hatterus; April 15, off ('ape Florida, saw senr A D Scull, bound north. Schr LQC Wishart, Mason, Savannah, 7days, with yel low pine, to J Blglan?vessel to master. Been four days north of Hat terns with head winds; April 19, 80 miles east ol'Cape Henry, saw a vessel's pump, about 16 feet long, with top painted green. Senr Luola Murehison, Jones, Wilmington, NC, 4 days, with cotton, Ac. to E h Powell. Schr Charlie Miller, Sullivan, Virginia for Now llaven. Schr It J Raymond, Cranmar, Virginia. April 22, at 6 A M, drifted ashore on Roman Shoals, and was got off at 5 PM, with the assistance of steamtug E Baxter, Capt Smith, alter throwing about 211 cords of pine wood over board. Schr A E Moore, Davison, Virginia. Sehr C Hall, Irving, Virginia. Schr Emma, Whitman, V irglnia. Schr K L Morris, Hammlll, Virginia. HchrUen Wood, Nlekerson, Virginia. Sehr Breeze, Cranmer, Alexandria. Schr M (i Farr, Baker, Alexandria. Schr J .1 Little. Hatcman, Virginia. Sehr L H Hopkins, Predmorc, Virginia. Sehr M LTibbltts Squires, Virginia. Schr.I Birdsall, Rolunson, Virginia. Sehr John Ferris, St John, Virginia for New Haven. Schr Magellan, Hazleton, Virginia. Schr Daniel Holmes. Morris, Baltimore, The ship City of Aberdeen (Br), which arrived 2lst inst, is consigned to W F Milton A Co?vessel to Vernon II Brown A Co?reports, passed Antler.Ian 18, Cape of flood Hope Feb 2!l, and crossed the Equator March in loll !!l 2<i; was off the Capo 5 days with fresh westerly gales; since then moderate weather; boon ti days north of Hat teras. No date, Ac, spoke ship Kajahpoot (Br), from Cal cutta for I<ondon, and ship Victoria Albert (Br), from Shanghae for London. Pasacd Through Hell Gate, BOUND SOUTH. Bark Ellen Morrison, Dodge, New Bedford for New York. Sehr Tahitha A nannah. Dill, Norwalk for Elizabeth port. Schr Niantic, Smith, Now London for New York. Schr Ahhke <>aks, Hideout, Fall River for New York. Schr M M Freeman, Aircy. Rockland for .Sew York, with lime to J R Browne. Schr Lizzie Brewster, Smith, Jonesport for New York, with spars to order. Schr Independence, Palmer, Greenwich for New York. Schr Mary Stowe, Rankin, fall River for New lork. Schr <ieo S Page, Pane. Norwich for New York. Sclir Amelia, Mott, Roslvu for New York. Schr T L Parker, Lltlle, (lien Cove for New York. Schr don (Irani; Hock Island tor New York Sehr Thus E Calilll, llallock, Norwich for Now York. Sclir Maria <i Frye, ViiIcm, New Bedford lor New i ork. S' hr A II Seidell, Hill, Providence for New York. Bchr B F Rrainard, Ure? u, Portland tor New York. Bchr Alaska,Clarke. Maehi is for New York, with lum ber to Chase, Talhot A Co. Schr Florence, Wilcox, New Bedford for New York. Schr Ella A Ida, Cook, Rockland for New York, with | lime to J K Browne. Schr S L Thompson, dull. Providence for Rondout. Seltr Ludii?kia. Di ane, Rockland tor New Yolk, with I lime to J It Browne. Schr Maggie Cummings, Smith, Cohassett for Philadel phia. | Sehr Splendid, Pliinney. Sandwich for New York i Sehr B F Woolkoy, TirrVll, Newport tor Jersey City. Setir T I' Abel, howler. Providence for New ^ ork. Sehr T (1 Huntingtou, Fisher, New Bedtord for New i York. Sehr II Blackmail. Arnold, \ponnng lor New York. Sclir Mary Mershon, Brightman, Fall River for New York. Schr J O Pell, Nickerson, Providence for Port Johnson. I Sclir Emma, White, Taunton for Port Johnson. Sclir Anthony Burton. Johiivtn, Pawtueket for New i York. : Schr Nellie II Benedict, Ellis, Providence for Baltimore. I Sclir J Ooodspeed, Parker, Providence tor Rondout. i Schr Louisa FruncU, Kelly, Now lledtord lor New York. Schr Pantliea, llill, rail River for New York. Sclir Ncv Zealand, Haskell, Boston tor Philadelphia. H< hr Viola, Hall, Maohlas fur New York, with spars to Murray A Co. Schr Calista, Sni nr, Vinalhavcn for New York Schr Katie Mitchell, Eastman, Providence lor New York. Sclir Wave Crest, Boston for Now York. S' lir July Fourth, Cobb, Providence for Now York. Sclir Charles, (Joinery, Providence for New York. Sehr Cocheco, Bockport tor New York. Schr Alligator, Mcdregor, Providence for New York. Schr Cherub, Fletcher, Providence for Llizaliothport. Schr Fannie A Edith, Dei r Island for Now York. Sclir A A E Baker. Jordan, Brant lord lor New York, schr Ann, Marshall, Providence tor New York. Seiir Roslna, Dntican, Jonesport lor New York, with spars to Snow, KiehuriNoit A Co. Sehr Francis Ellen, Warren, Lubeo for Now York, with spars to Murray A <'n Sehr Laura A Robinson, Robinson, Vinalhavcn for Eli zabethport Schr Anadir, Howard, Oreenport for Albany. Schr Bella Peek, Avery, New Loudon tor New York Sell r (Jeo If Mills, Hew lett, Providence for Philadelphia. Hclir Fancy, Fowler, Norwich for New York, with stone to order. Sehr Ida A Annie, Cook, Rockland for New York, with llino. Schr Orion, Smith. Providence lor New York kr T H .M ilJi j, Jtfillvr. MilUtonc for New York Hehr Freddie Walton, Stone, Boston for Vlrjrlnta. Schr Montrose, Allen, Calais.for New York, with lumber to Simpson A Clupp. Schr J H Broinard, Buell, Portland for Brooklyn, with stone to master; Schr Corncllui, Pratt, Providence for New York. Schr Jane, Jones, Booton for Alexandria, with stone to master. Schr Susquehanna, Hayes, Wcsterley for New York, with stone to order. Schr Vintage, Frlsby, Yinalhaven for New York, with stunt) to order. 8chr Francis Bnrrett, Allen, Providence for New York. Schr Pacific, Kldd, Norwich for New York. Steamer Thetis, Gale, Providence for .New York, witli mdse and passengers. BOUND KABT. Steamship Pranconia. Bra^g. New York for Portland. Kehr Harry Hnerman, Jones, New York for New Haven. Schr Minerva L Wedmure, Smith, New York lor New Haven. Kehr Thomas Potter, Handy, New York for Providence. Schr M H Merriinan, Babitt, Philadelphia lor l ull Klver. Schr Julia Elizabeth. Kennedy, New York for Saiem. Schr J I- Hex*, Hodgden. Hoboken for Providence. Schr A <1 Pease, Buell, Poughkeepsie for Providence Schr Nathan Holmes, Ludlow, New York for Provi dence. Selir Helen L Snow, Cushman, South Amboy for Rock land. Sehr Charles P Mavo, Mayo, New York for Providence. Schr Mary Ji Cuffe, Gormanley, New York lor Oyster Bay. Schr Ella Browne, Robinson, New York for Boston. Schr Julia Newell, Spear, New York for Portsmouth. Schr Charley Miller. Jones, Virginia for New Ilavun. Schr (J M Wentworto, Allen, New York for Calais. Selir Hasting*, Chase, New York for New Bedford. Schr Atlantic, Baxter, New York for New Bedford. Schr Monitor, flags. Poughkeepsle for New Haveu. Schr Win L Peck, Bunce, New York for Hartford. Schr Almira, Hagerman, Wcehawkt-n for Qltn Covo. Schr C II Kcilv, Chase. New York for New Bedford. Schr Connecticut, Thomas, Hoboken for Kail Klver. Schr J C Chew, Childs, Port Johnson for Tauntou. ? Schr Samuel Riker, ltiker, New York for South port. Schr O C Acker, Mead, New York lor Stamford. Wind at sunset NNW, fresh. Marine Disasters. Steamship Mississippi, which arrived at Wilmington, Del, some days ago from Key West, alter being ashore on the Florida coast, was hauled iu the dry dock lilth inst for thorough repairs. Ship Joseph Fisn, Stackpole, at Boston 20th inst, from Liverpool, stove hatch houses and carried away crossjack yard in a gale from WNW on the 30th ult. Ship Venus?The Board of Survey which went to Doboy for the purpose of holding a second survey on the British ship Venus, ashore at that point, returned to Savannah lHtn Inst. The Board recommends that the vessel be dis charged of her cargo of timber and then hauled off for repairs. The agents of the vessel, Messrs A Dobell A <'(>, have contracted with 11 P Wlltlnk, Jr, to get the vessel off and tow her to Savannah, for which service they are to pay him fifty per cent of the value of vessel and cargo. Bark Maria (Br), Sheldrake, at Philadelphia 20th from Liverpool, had a severe gale from Nw 22d inst, during which lost lower topsail and lower foretopsall yuril; a heavy sea struck the bark forward, stove boats, fonvard house, fore hatch; broke main rail and started slanclieons, filling the cabin with water, carrying away everything on dock and causing the ship to leak forward. April 17, lut 40, Ion 7106, the mate, Wm Tolston, a native of Liver pool, died of consumption, having been ill for six weeks. Brim Sea Gdll (Br), Cook, at Boston 21st from Palermo hjjfl heavy weather und sprung mainmast head. Johns' Up"" "a? <"r" ITopkins," "from fiosTon for St Scotia rtrf' totally wrecked on Mud Island, Nova It rWlCHSttp March a small part o( the cvrgo saved; uiu a .i was -Ji \<MW, built at La Havre in 1B69, uud halleu trym UaHfax. y ? ^ Schr Nkthk Adamk, I'hurlow, which went ashore on Salisbury Point 18th inst while going w seUi wus g0t off next morning and towed to Salijjourjr, Schr Brkkzk, before reported ashore at Roekaway, was from Virginia for New York with -',500 bushels of oysters; she came on about lour o'clock morning of Bth; crew saved in the government lifeboat; vessel ami cargo pro bably a total loss. Halifax, April 22?The schr James, of Yarmouth, was loston Cove Ledge April 10; her crew anil pari of the cargo were saved. Wrecked goods are continuing to arrive from the steamship Dacian, wrecked at Clam Har bor. New OnLRASS, April 17?The Are on bark Moneta, for Cronstadt, has not been extinguished. The cotton is being discharged all well, very little damaged. The first male is suspected of being the incendiary and has absconded. Damage to hull unknown. Miscellaneous. Bark Hannibai.. from Leghorn for Boston, which put Into Gibraltar leaky and afterwards condemned, was sold at that port on the 2d inst for $2550. Bark John Matiiuks (Br), 237 tons, built at Baltimore in 1852, has been sold at or about 94,000. Hauvax, April 22?The fine new steamship Falmonth, built at Greenpoint I'or the New England and Nova Scotia line, makes her first trip from Portland to Halifax on Wednesday. Whalemen* Sailed from Cape Town, CGH, March 1. schr Emma Jane, Rogers (from Desolation and Heard's islands), of and lOr New London. Spoken. Bark (Teo M Tdcker, from New York for Matanzas, April 14, lat 34 30, Ion 73 35. Bark Brazil (Br), from Liverpool for New York, March 16. lat 42, Ion 44. Scnr Stampede, from Savannah for Georgetown, DC, April 18, 30 miles SW of Cape Hatieras. Foreign Ports. Accra, March 11?In port, Sea Gull, Plummer from Cape Coast Aktah, Fob ft? Arrived, whip Tanjore, Cobb, Singapore. Basskkn, Feb 29?Arrived, ship Mary Emma, Patten, Singapore. _ Hi;knox Ayrks, Feb 27?Arrived, bark Mary Pratt (Br), Kiltiurn. Portland; March 2,schr SC Evans, Hulse, Per nanibuco; 10th, bark Annie McNairn (Br), Fulton, St Marys, (in. Hatieil March 10, brig John Sherwood, Berry, Boston. In port 15th ult, barks Windward (Br), Hlgglns, for New York, ldg; J M Morales (Br), Foster, to load fordo; Josc S^lne, ifavcn, and Ada Grav, Race, for Boston, ldg; Eintna uir (Br), Guest, tVom SI Marys, <la, ar 12th; Edward Al bro (Br), Stamp, unc; brigs Henry A Louise, Hand, for New York, ldg; Annie Barker (Br), Inness, for Boston, do; Maria Crowell (Br), Perkins, and Ernest, Hodgdon, unc. Baiiia, March 28?In port, brig Nellie Antrim, Loud, from New York via Pernambuco, for New York, ldg. Barbados, April 29?Arrived, brig Potomac, Wilson, Demarara (ana sailed for Baltimore); 30th, schrs Went worth, Lewis, Belfast, Me. Sailed April 1, schr win Connors, Toole, New York; 2d, brig Madonna, Jordan, do; 9th, schr Matilda M (Br), Mills, Boston. In port April 10, lmrk Golden Fleece, Rhodes, from New York (arrived 3d), disg; brig.--Jas Ratchtord (Br), George. for , ldg; Quaco (Br), Mosher, from New \ork (arrived ftth), disg; schrs Marcus Hunter, Orr, from Norfolk (ar rived March 28), disg; Naouta, Smith, Irom Philadelphia (arrived April 1), do. Bermuda, April 14?Sailed, schr Abbott Lawrence, Mayo (from Demarara), Boston (having repaired). Cardiff, April 9?Sailed, Peerless, Allen, Brazos. Ciiristiansand, April 22?Arrived, steamship Humboldt (NO), Baranilon, New York for Stettin. Calcutta, March 12?Cleared, ship Tabor, Otis, New York. Dkmarara, March 27?Cleared, schr Louise Crockett, Flanders, Baltimore; 28th, brigs Boxer (Br), Luckie, Dela ware Breakwater; 30th, Geo Downs (Br), Ltnfare, New York; Silas N Martin, Browne, do; L AW Armstrong, Marks, New Haven; schr Wild Brier (Br), Hubbard, Bos ton; April 2, Frank E Allen, Westerdyke, do; Mississippi, Merchant, Baltimore. In port April fi, harks T C Jones (Br), Stewart,and Annie Frances (Br), Moorhouse, unc; brigs Dolphin, for New York, ldg; G W Halls (Br), Marsh, for New Orleans; Caro line, for Mobile, ldg; Ubaldiena (Br), Sponagle, for Phila delphia; James Davis, Partridge, from St Mary's, Ga (arrived 2<1); I Howlanu, Freeman, trom New York (ar rived 4th); schrs Henry Parker, Beers, trom New York, ldg; Impulse (Br), Curtis, from do (arrived March 30). Gibraltar. March 27?Sailed, brig Keturah (Br), Pink ham (from Philadelphia), Naples; 28th, bark Magna Char ta (Br), Whldden (trom Cette). Boston. In port April 2, barks Bounding Billow, Reynolds, from Messina for Boston, wlnilbound; Hannibal, Morton, sold. Cruising in the bay 2d, schr Jesse Carll, Underbill, from Malaga for New York. Havana, April 20?Sailed, steamship Weybosset, Bolger, New York. Halifax, April 21?Arrived, steamships Olympla (Br), Glasgow, to sail for St Johns, NF, 23<l : Nestorian (Bri. Aird, Baltimore for Liverpool, to sail SSd; 22d, Cambria (Bri, Liverpool. Montkvidko,March 8?Arrived, bark Emma Muir (Br), Guest, St Marys, (la. Sailed Feb 17, ship Oakland. Merrill, Callao; March ft, brig Ella (Br), Fulton, New York; 11th, barks Navesink, Weeks, Liverpool; Pith. Lydia (Br), Holder, New York. In port March 13, barks Saran A Dudinan (Br), Roger#, and Caro, Blanchard, for New York, ldg; Diamant (Nor), tordo, do; Eliza Oulton (Br), Carrie, for I'nlted States; Nonpareil, Fllnn, from Buenos Ayres, arrived Feb 29, for Boston, ldg (was reported sailed from Buenos Ayres for Boston direct). Mayaockz, April 10?Arrived previous, brigs Wcnohah, Stone, Baltimore; Criterion (Br). Cant, Femundlna. Sailed " Coulter, 1 Mansanii.i.a April 4?In port, bark E II Yarrlngton, Sears, from and tor Boston, ldg. Old Cai.abar, WCA, Feb 27?In port schr D N Richards, une. PlthoiJTH, E, April 22?Arrived, steamship Cimbria (N(l), llaack, New York for Hamburg. Pkrnambik'o, March20?Sailed, bri^s Portia (Br), Prowse, Hampton Roads; 22d, Paiiliete de Terra Nova (Port), for New York; 26th, Alible Clifford, Clifford, do. In port 29th ult, bark Editia (Br), for I'nlted States, ldg; brigs Bertha Carrlngton (Br), Langlass, trom New York, arrived Urttli; Ocean yueen <Br), Vlbcrt, Irom Baltimore, arrived 23d. for I'nlted States, ldg. Pout Spain, March SI?Sailed, schr l'alos, Shackford, Baltimore; April 2, brig John Bvcrs (Br), Blergclsen, do. In port April 2, bark Alhaco're (Br), Wilson for.Phila delphia; brigs Magdala (Br), ('ampheil, for Boston; Flylc Allen (Br), Allen, from Philadelphia (arrived 1st); St Michael (Br), Bernier, from Boston (arrived 1st); sehr.s Cape I la (Br), Buck, ttom and for New York (arrived March 30), ldg pitch; North America (Br), Romkoy, for Boston; .1 T Cofnl (Br), lor Baltimore. Poni'i:, PR, .March 20-Cleareil, \V D B (Br', for Portland ; April A, David Faust, Lord, Baltimore ; titti, ilortou (Br), tor Portland; 8th, bri* A M B (Br), Bclfontalne, New York; schrs Ellen Perkins, Mitchell, do; Welcome (Br), tor do. In port April 10, brigs Geo E Dale, Pierce, fur Philadel phia, ldg; Geo Harris, Bl?nch?rd, tor New S'nrk; Mary E Ladtl (Br), Landers, for United states; Wllhelpilne (NO), for New Orleans; schrs M A Coombs, Coombs. for Bultl more; Ailali (Br), for New York; Mediator, Hale, for Fall River; Amanda (Br), and Brothea's Pride, tor Mobile. Qukknstown, April II?Arrived, bark Nordboen (Nor), llagenson, Philadelphia. Rio Grandb, March 1?In port, brigs Mathllde (NG), Kollu, for New York, Mm ; Healldadc (Port), for do do; Fldo (NG), Henken, froin Richmond, arrived February 2rt; schrsTendenz (NO), Huser, tor New York, ldg; Klcctric (N(l.) and Creole iN(l>, for do do. Stkttin, April 19?Sailed, steamship Jason (NO), llaack, New York via Copenhagen, Ac. Si vtLtB, April A?Cleared, brig I. Staples, Harrlman, Cadiz. Su rra Lkork, March IS?In port, Rescue, Marshall, from Boston. Santos, March 22?In port. brigs Jvllaud (Dan). Wlnsted, for Hampton itonds, for orders; Forentngen (Swed), lor do (with 4.SOO bags coffee). St Tiiomas, March 17?Sailed, brigs Startled Fawn (Br), naming, ('ra)i Island to load sugar for New York; lstlt, W W Lord <Mr), Vlorow, Porto Rico and New York; Amelia Ann (Br), Izatt, do do; schr Zigzag (Hr\ King, Arroyo and New York; 21st, brigs Chas A Hoard (Dan), Neville, Aguadllla and N ot Hatterks; Wm McKcan (Bri, MeKcan. Arroyo ami Boston; Anna (Br), Bartaby, St John, PR, find New York; 22d, Citizen (Br), Peters, Ar royo and New York; 27th, schr Armada 'Bp, Copolund, Ponce and Mobile; 2Mb, brig Hermes, Lees, trom Phila delphia, Laguayra; 2;>th, Del Oraila iBn, Bogart, Cuba anil New York; schrs Brothers' Pride (Br), Roddy, Mobile and Ponce; 30th, Sarah Jane (Bri, Ferguson, St Domingo and New York; April 1, brigs Elizabeth Aron (Br), V*?" dell, Naguabo and Boston ; M, bark It B Mulball (Br). Mc Leod, Ht John, P R, and New York; 7th, bark Kohlnoor (Br), Cooper, Calbarlen and N of Hatteraat lltb, sclir Adella (Br), OlUlot, Arroyo and N of Hatterss. Chartered April 13, brigsWllhelmlne (HG)>for Ponce and New Orleans; K 11 Rich, for Cardenas and N of Haltera*, Klcho (N(J), 'or Laguayra and Philadelphia; Alpha (?r), for St John, PR, and Philadelphia. ,, n St John, K b, April 18?Arrived, brig C M Reynolds (Br), Slinonson, New York. _ . . _ ....... ... Arrived at do l?th, sehr Kathleen, Tharber, Dories, Gh. (!lenred lrtth, bri# Union T, T iifUuM ? ** n *** ? Wisk?iiai|, karoli 12?In port, Bolivia, Everett, from Cape Coast. ed previous to April 10, brig John Sanderson (Br), er, Baltimore. JuDMrkaa Porta. AUniKDRlA. April ??Arrived. Nehru Edwin Reed, Boston; Henry Finch, Jersey City; Mary Means, Parker. New Bedford. Hailed?Schra Mary Me ana, Parker, Boston; Edwin Reed, do. BOBTOW, April 10, PM?Cleared, ateamer fetninole. Mat* ?a*aunah; bark Mariano, Bearae, Han Francisco. Hailed?Steamers Seminole, William Lawrence, audi Norman; barks AJumuia aud firot^cru; brks Lilian* Anra, Jennie A Cheney and Elrny. 21st?Arrived, bark Arcturua (NO), Yielke London (not an before)^ schr K Edwards, West, Hoboken. XSd?Arrived. steamer Hercules, Philadelphia ; Boman, and Panther, do; Neptune Baker, New York ; bark Gari baldi (Nor), Yekebten, London, via Bermuda A I*, arrived SBd, steamships Siberia (Br), Harrison. luaMuwil . Win ' run.i HdltitDOFd. '?^Arrived, Steamer McClellan. Liverp(?>l; Win Cra'nc, Baltimore. BALTIMORE, April 2C ' Howes, Boston, via Norfolk; schrs 11 W (foster Rich Boston; Win A tilbaou (B.J, Brown, Havana via Vine yard Haven. Cleared?Bark Eliza Avelina (Br), Douley, Wilmington. NC; I.rig Shasta. Brown, Boston; schrs Mary Jane Eliza beth, Mcrhe.rson. and Wm F McKowen, Henry, Kleu thera; Hattie Baker, Crowoll, Boston; Louisa Crockett, Flanders, Purl land; Annie Leland, Bennett, Portsmouth j E.I Bettaworth, Lawrence. Hailed?Brig .1 11 Kennedy, Boston; achrs Bowdoin and Louisa Crockett, Portland. CHABLESTON, April 23?Arrived, schr O Hteelman, from Boston. ' . . _ _ CITY POINT. April 1!*?Arrived, schr Calvin P Harris* from an Eastern port for Petersburg, with Ice. DAUIEN, (la, April 16?Arrived, snip Sunbeam, Jones. Savannah. . Cleared llth, bark Christina, Donald, Aberdeen; IStfy schr Tarry Not, Tinimons Philadelphia. _ . In port 16th, ships Calista Haws, Quinn, nnd Great BrF tain, Chilcott, for Liverpool, ldg; John Sidney, Hartle.ttj Sunbeam, Jones, and Ornen, Predessen, for IJnited King dom, ldg; barks Agamemnon, Bailey, for Liverpool, Ids i Courier de Canada, Jaiiot; Neptune, WillH-lm; AubMH tor, Hackney; Anton Hunter, Btrlcker: Eliza Young, Wtf uom; Medallion, Kobertson; Hex, Hansen, and Cuneliaji Mangor, for United Kingdom, ldg; brigs Battns, Jonoa, for do, do: Erie, Sears, lor Boston, do: achrs (kirtrude Plummer, Pluminer, for New York, do; M E Smith,Smith, for Philadelphia. ?. >Pr'l 17?Arrived, schra, Wild Pigeon, Riw ?*SSSi ??l5JLWnne'. Thrasher, from George town, DO. EDGABTOWN, April 10?Arrived, schrs Idaho, Jom?v aon^New York for Newbnryport; America, liiKrenuu, ilo FORTRESS MONROE, April B?Passed in for Balti more, barks Empcrador, from Havre i L G Bignlow, from do; Alpine (Br), from Hartlepool; Robert Godfrey (Br), from Boston: brigs Mississippi, from Deinorara; John Sanderson, from Ponce; schrs Paios, from Port Spaing David Frost, from the West Indies; Mary C, from do. Passed out, ship Astronom. for Philadelphia: barks Winifred, for Pernambuco; M K Seed, for Wilmington; brig Josie A Devereux, from Alexandria for Boston. GEORGETOWN, 1)0, April 19?Cleared, schrs Helen ? Hoyt, Providence; Samuel Rusael, Hyaniiia; Minerva, New York; Florence 1 Lockwood, Boston. JACKSONVILLE, April^i?Cleared, schr Mary Augusta, Holt, Warren, RI. KEY WEST, April 21?Sailed, steamship Ariadne, Doana (from Sew Orleans), New York. MOBILE, April 17?Cleared, ships Emerald Isle, Blow ers, and Lancaster, Burllett, Liverpool. MACHIASPORT, April 15?Balled, schrs Alaska, Clark; YJola, Hall: Pacific, Wa*; Victor, Look, and A 11 Nash, Cof^ York. ! NKY? OBLEAN'S, April 17?Arrived, strain ships Yazoo, oieftred?amp J;ulIyrut IT-Wx xwn? p J Carleton, Lud#, Havre i Fresh BrS&fe (Br), GoohL, Pavi'itgouUs prhci Or" "run <fcp), Llimonu, Cadiz; Amloz. ;hd>. Botey, BaicelonA v' .w^?stsiiod, steamship* Cortes, Whitman, New York;; rt4t, km*, Howland, do. ** JS^ WhttehMd, Hew BopIBWkst Pass, April 17.7 PM?Arrived, horn, Landerkln, Liverpool. _ Sailed?Steamship Cermania, barks Nova Scotnui and ^ NORFOLK, April 20?Arrived schrs Roena Arabel, Oobb, and Etta E Sylvester, Goodspeed, Providenco. NANTUCKET, April H-Arrived, schr Onward, ao?v >hain. New York. ..ft ' NKWBURYPORT, April 19?Arrived se.ltrs Wiirrtnton,, Thomas, Elizabethport; Nautilus, Crockett, Rondout NEW BEDFORD, April 20?Sailed, schr Samuel N Smith. Conary, New York. PHILADELPHIA, April 20, PM?Arrived, barks Maria (Br), Sheldrake, Liverpool; Mendota, Perry, Fowey; Kate Crosby (Br), Hibberd, New York; C S Rogers, Dick inson, Sagua; brig Oslolan, Lecman, Messina. Below,, schr Linda, from Matanzas. _ .. _, , . . Cleared?Bark Gemlml (Br), Paliot, Liverpool; brig Manson, Gllkey, Cardenas; schrs Lottie (Br), Hearn, Hall tax; Thos N Stone, Kelsev. Boston; Emma I) Finney, Faulklnghain, Gloucester; Thos G Smith, Baker, Boston; Ada Doane, Nickerson, Plymouth. Lkwbs, Del, April 22?Arrived, bark Gauntlet, from Car denas for orders. . _ _ ? PORTLAND, April 20?Arrived, sclirs Ocean Belle, Branscomb, New York. Cleared?Steamship Austrian, Brown, Liverpool; schrs Mary Louise, Simpson, Calbarlen; N Berry, Pendleton,. New York; M & L Henderson, Spear, Georgetown, DC. 22d?Hailed, steamship Moravian (Rr), Graham, Halifax, to take the passengers of the steamship Peruvian ta Baltimore. . PROVIDENCE, April 21?Arrived, barks L H DeVebcr (Br), Wright, Ardrossan; Melbourne (Br), Scott, do. Sailed?Steamer Hunter, Harding, Philadelphia; schra John Warren, MeOar; Ira Bliss, Norton; F V Randolph, Steelman, and Kate Seranton, Palmer, New York. PAWTUCKET. April 1H-Arrived, Anna E Safford, Powell. Philadelphia; Baltimore, Fruncls, Elizabethport. RICHMOND, April 20?Arrived, steamship Albemarle, Walker, New York; schrs Katie Ranger, Martin, and Pru dence, Ilalsey, New York. SAVANNAH, April 18?Cleared, schr Kate Thomas, Bar low, Now Haven. 22(1?Sailed, ships Southern Chief, Liverpool; Herald,. Rio Janeiro; bark Ha lias Carnarvon. SALEM, Aorll lit?Arrived, schrs L 4 A Babcock, Smith. ? Philadelphia; Sandolphon, Aylward, Elizabethport; Maraeaibo, Henley, Weehuwken; James Henry, True worthy, New York; White Sea. Jones, Fox Island for Now York. ? STONINGTON, April 20?Arrived, Henrietta, from Ho boken. ? Sailed?Schrs Charles Goodwin, May, and H P Ely, Stokes, from Hoboken for Providence. VINEYARD HAVEN, April 20? Arrived, schrs Caroline Young, East Weymouth for Philadelphia; M V Cook, Hy aunis for do; win Wilcr, Eugene Borda, and Emma B Shaw, Boston fordo; Addle Walton, do for Baltimore; Carrie Walker, Portland for Alexandria. Sailed?Schr Laura Robiuson, for New York. '.'1st?Arrived, brig Marshall Dutch, Boston for Philadel phia; schrs Mary A Rice, Woodbridge, N J, for Portland; II. P Ely, New York for Bagarton; Dela ware, Rockland for New York; Ella Amsdent Portland for Baltimore: [John L Tracy, Boston for do; Free Wind, Portsmouth, Nil, for Philadelphia; May Belle, St John, NIt, for do; E (I Sawyer. Campo Bello for do. Sailed?All the vessels before reported, excepting the arrivals of to-dav and sc hooner M V Cook. 22(1, A M?Arrived, brig Lizzie H Kimball, Boston for Philadelphia. Sailed?Schooner M V Cook. WILMINGTON, NC, April 19?Arrived, schrs T J Trar ton. 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