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THE CHURCHES IE COUNCIL.
Tk? PmbjrttrUa General Au?mblf? The Programme of the RciiIob?Lilt of Committees? Financial Statistics?The ?a?v Boardi. St. Loots. May 22.1874. The second dayl Mssion or the Presbyterian General Assembly was opened with prayer this morning by tlve Moderator. Rev. J. 8. Wlison, and a half an bonr was spent In devotional exercises. The programme provides lor two sessions each May, beginning at nine o*clock A. M., and continu ing tl.1 (our o'clock P. M., with a recess at two o'clock P. M., (or lunch; the second session (rom eight to ten o'clock P. M. The Moderator an nounced the appointment of THE I OU-uVTINU COMMITTEES :? On Bills and Overtures, Judicial, Polity of the Church, Home Missions, Foreign Missions, F.duca tlon. Publication. Church Erections, Theological Seminaries, Ministerial Relief, Freedmen, Susten tstion, Correspondence, Benevolence, Mileage, Fi nance, Narrative and Leave of Absence. Sy uo?iicai records from a large number of churches were handed in; also papers, memorials, over tures, Ac., which were referred to their appro priate committee, ~withoat being read. The an nual reports were received from the Boards of Home Missions and Foreign Missions, and from toe following committees:?Education, Publica tion, Church Erection, Relief Fund, Mlasions tor Freedmen, tne Sustentatlon Fund, Benevolence and Finance, Trustees of the Presbyterian House aud of the General Assembly, Treasurer of the General Assembly and the various tbeplogtcal seminaries of the Church. Dr. William P. Breed, of Philadelphia; Dr. James L. Robertson and Judge James L. Drake were appointed a committee to select the place oi meeting for the next General Assembly. A great part of the MOKM.NU SRSSI05 was taken up in considering toe formula for the admission of members to the Church. At the last session of the Assembly a formula bad been pre sented by a committee and referred to this Assem bly. Several members had amendments to offer and many had new formulas made oat. After considerable discussion, on motion 01 Dr. Nlles. of Philadelphia, the whole matter was referred to a committee of seven, who were Instructed to re port by Thursday uoon. or sooner, If possible. On motion ot Rev. Howard Crosby, of New York, ALL ACADEMIC AND CIVIC TITLES were ordered to be omitted in tne records of the Assembly. At Doon the report of the committee on tne consolidation of the Boards of the Church was taken up. It contains the financial statistics ?i several boards and committees, the figures be ing taken from the minutes ot the Assembly lor the year ending Mav, 1873, and are AOOREUATEO AS FOLLOWS:? Salaries, $eo,6to; printing, Ac., $24,967; travel ling and office expenses, $11,326; total expenses, $ Us,97a Amount spent on the object, $1,231,389; total lunds received lor the year, $1,344,570; di vided among the boards as lollows:? Foreign Mis sions, $552,775: Home Missions, $o04.706; Church Erection, $110,774; Sustentatlon, $70,838; Education, $116,000; Ministerial Relief, $81,802; Freedmen. $5*,260; Publication, $55,896. The amount spent bv these boards is as follows:?Foreign Missions, $573,506; Home Mission. $282,056; Church Erec tion. $101,744; Suoteniatlon, $67,462; Education, $101,539; Ministerial Relief, $74,385; Freedmen, $64,834; Publication, $51,046: total. $1,261,589. In regard to the consolidation of the different departments oi work for tne purpose of increasing their efficiency the committee recommend the es tablishment of lour distinct boards lor the over sight anu control of the benevolent work which the Church carries on at home and abroad, as lol lows:?Board of Foreign Missions, Board of Home Missions, Board or Education and Rebel and Board oi Publication. It is recommended lurther that toe standing Committee on Benevo.eiice and Finance be discontinued. The minority report submitted by Dr. Herrlck Johnsou provides lor tne same boards recom mended oy the majority, with the addition of a Hoard of church Erection. Both reports were re L -?the new boards. TBe majority report aetlnes the new Boards rec ommended as lulluwa:? The Board of Foreign Missions shall continue under its present organization and shall be un changed as to its objects and methods. The Board of Home Missions shall comprehend and supervise all that wort of the Church which Is properly related to the idea and plan of Home Evangelization. It snail be located in tne city of Rew York, and shall, by means 01 different bureaus or such other methods as necessity may demand, exercise control over the Interests now separately cared tor by the present Board ol Home Missions and of Church Erection by the Committee of Sus tentation and Freeflmen. The Board of Education and Relief shall embrace the present Boards of Education and Ministerial Relief, and shall have superintendence ol all Inter ests properly connected with the training of young men lor the ministry, and with the relief of needy ministers and their families, as at present frovlded for, the Board to be located at i hlladel m The Board of Publication shall remain as at present, save that the expense of whatever wont or donation or distribution it may see fft to carry on shall oe met by voluntary offerings 01 churches or individuals. In view of this change the col portage work heretofore periormcd by this Board shall be committed to the presbyteries and to the missionaries of the Home Board, who shall be ex pected to distribute all denominational litera ture on their nelds, and be allowed a percentage on the books they distribute. 1 It also recommends that the standing committee ; on benevolence and finance be discontinued; also that the standing committee on benevolent work of the Church shall be composed of one member from each of the Synods, and that this committee shall determine in advance the amount needed lor the different boards, and shall take such advisory ! action as it shad see fit tn regard to the wisest and moBt efficient mode ot disbursement, It is lurther recommended that each synod shall ?end to the General Assembly a careiully prepared statement or its prospective needs and its esti mated amount oi contributions for the ensuing year. The report also provides for the appoint ment of a special committee to report to the As sembly what action is needed to harmonize the workings or the different, interests entrusted to these boards and provide for any legal difficulties wbico may arise from consolidation. Tbe plan proposed by THE MINORITY REPORT provides that the Board of Foreign Missions shall remain as It is. The Board or Home Missions to embrace committees on sustentanon and missions lor ireedmen und be located in New York. The Board 01 Education and Belief to be located in Philadelphia, and have charge of the education and relief lund. The boards of Churcn Erection and Publication to remain as now constltnted. It also recommends tbe discontinuance ol the Com- ! nuttee of Benevolence and Finance. IN THE AFTERNOON SESSION Dr. R. R. Booth, the Chairman ol tne Committee on Consolidation, in a pointed speech detailed the manner in winch the majority report has been prepared. One reason wh.v the majority and ml- ; nority reports were so different was that, by an order, the first report had been printed sixty davs beiore the General Assembly met, and after it was printed the mem bers of the committee took no further action on it. However, he believed they were met to represent tbe interests or God, and, lor one, ir the minority report had in it greater wisdom than the other he would cheerfully vote lor it. In the matter of economy he knew the majority report went a little larther than the minority report. In speaking of tne Board of Home Missions he said he wanted THAT INVIDIOUS NAME, "FREEPMEN," banished torever rrorn the benevolent work of tbe Church. There was a time when it was needful, but that time had passed away. Now be noped the churcn wonid be color blind before God and the world. Reference was made to the successiul manner in which the Methodist Church conducted lu business, tbe aggregate profits ol the Methodist Book Concern, from a capital of $590,000, tor four years, being $270,000. Dr. Howard Crosby, of Mew York, followed Dr. Boom. He believed tney were puzzling tne peo ple with these benevolent works, and that was the reason why consolidation was necessary. He bad read both reports carefully, but was not satisfied wuh eltner. Therefore ne moved an amendment that the Home Mission Board comprehend five separate departments under the sauie ."secretary and Board, i he same controlling legislative and executive ofllcer?each department to have its own bureau clerk; and that these five departments be devoted to: first, evangelical work ; second, churcn erection; third, bnnday schools; lourtb, freedmen; filth, susteua tlon. Dr. Hnnt. of the Presbytery of Lackawanna, rennsylvanta, spoke on the question, warning the Assembly to beware ol centralization, consolida tion or anything oi tbe kin 1, as everywhere it leads to wrongdoing. To-morrow morning Dr. Herrlek .lohn?on, who bu bum led tne minority report, win have the flour. Ctonersl Assembly of the Presbyterian , Church, South?Overture* from the | Northern Assembly?Reports of Com mlttecs. COLUMBUS, Miss., May 22, 1174. In the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, South, tbe morning hour wss passed tn reading and reierring overtures, among which was ? communication trora the Northern^Assembly on the subject of iraternsl correspondence, which elicited quite a discussion, and was finally re ferred to a standing committee. Dr. Wilson read an interesting report on foreign missions, showing s great progress in the work, and especially an in creased interest among the ladies, two ol whom have gone to ioreign fields at their own expenss. fiAJWrt* y? ?^Ui UK UwOAWU*! WJftUUUJttl flOL rnd, showing the prosperous condition of these institutions. Dr. James F. Wilson offered his resignation as Professor In Columbia Seminary. It was resolved by unanimous vote to meet next year at St. Louis. Tito Episcopal Convention nt Phllsdel pMla?Ritualism Condemned. PHILADELPHIA, May 22, 1874. The Convention was oocupied this alternoon In a debate on ritualism, which reauited In the withdrawal of the resolutions offered by the com mittee and the adoption of the lollowlng, offered by the Rev. Dr. Davies:? Whereat the Right Rev. Blthop of the dlocees hat called the attentiun of the Convention to the dangers besetting the Church Iroin tue prevalence ot doctrines and practices contrary to the principles of the Lngiish Keiormatlon ; therefore. Resolved, that this Convention earnestly deprecates and opposes the introduction into our communion of a Romanising ritual and doctrine, and deems it the duty 01 lis deputies to the Oeneral Convention to maintain, in all legitimate ways, the Scriptural doctrines of the ProV estant Episcopal Church. The Convention adjourned tine die. The Virginia Episcopal Council. Charlottes villi, May 22. 1874. The Episcopal Council to-day nnanlmously passed resolutions severely condemning ritualism and instructing delegates to the General Conven tion to ask this body to ascertain If the present lorm in the Prayer Hook for constituting ministers is there legally, and, if it is not there legally, to abolish It. Methodist Episcopal (South) General Conference?The Case of Lorenio D. Huston?Report of the Committee on the Colored Methodist Church. Louisvillx, Ky., May 22, 1874. In the Methodist Episcopal General Conference yesterday the committee to whom was referred the case of Lorenzo D. Huston, expelled for im morality, made a report, sustaining the action of the Baltimore Conference. The Committee on the Organization of the Colored Methodist Episcopal Church of America made a report, which waa adopted, declaring that the organization of the colored Cbnrch into a distinct ecclesiastical con vention meets the hearty approval of this Con ference, and mat the effort to establish an institu tion ol learning lor the education ot colored min isters deserves to be commended to the iriends of the colored people everywhere. During the day Bishops Bowman and Simpson, ol the Methodist Episcopal Church North, were piesented to the Conlerence. The report ol the Committee on Church Trials was taken up, and alter an animated discussion the whole subject was postponed indefinitely. The majority report ot toe committee on Missions, in favor of organiz ing a general board of missions to have especial control of foreign missions, was adopted. REPORT OP THE TEMPERANCE COMMITTEE. The minority report on temperance, which pro vides, as an amendment to the general rules, that any person making, buying, selling or using as a beverage intoxicating liquor shall be, upon convic tion. debarred lrom membership In the Church, was adopted by a vote of 336 to 38. The question caused a very animated and prolonged discussion. This action will be sent to the annual Conlerence, and if three-fourths concur therewith it will pass Into a law. The report ol the committee providing for a gen eral board ot missions was adopted and the fol lowing officers were elected:?President, Thomas O. .Summers; Vice President, K. W. Lehon; Treas urer, A. U. Kediord. At ten o'clock the Conlerence proceeded to the consideration of the KEFORT ON "FRATERNAL RELATIONS with the Northern Church." The report, which was very lengthy, was read by Rev. C. W. Miller, oi the Kentucky Conference. Dr. Hamilton, chairman of me committee, offered a report in answer to a communication from the Wesleyan Methodist Conlerence of Great Britain. The com munication was adopted by a unanimous vote. EEECHER'S FRIDAY NIGHT TALK A Good Letter ? Work Better than Preaching. Plymouth lecture room and parlors were crowded as usual last evening. Prayers were offered by Brother Edgerton and Mr. Beecher him self. who prayed "not lor ourselves, whose cup is full of marrow and fatness, but for (hose who are In sore need." Alter the singing Mr. Beecher Bald:?You recollect, some of you, that about Chrlsimas, last winter. I read a letter out of the depths, by one signing "In Despair." The letter was printed in the CHRISTIAN UNION, and the remarks which followed its reading here. It was made a matter of some criticism in ortho dox journals, stating that in my reply I made omissions in regard to the lnture life. It passed from my mind, and to-day I received a letter from the same woman. I will read it. but I do not wish the reporters to take it as I do not wish it prloted. I will give them a summary of it; that will be sufficient. Here Mr. Beecher read the let ter, which was expressive of hope in the reforma tion of her husband, thankiulness for Mr. Beecher's counsel and cheer, and ended in saying:? Ism thankful, surelv. and did I not feel so crushed, very happy. I shall not sign myself ''in despair," but with sincere thanks for your kindness, A THANKFUL woman. That Is a beautiful letter. Now, the first thought iu my mind was one of great joy, a kind or won dering gratitude that we should be permitted to sit ne're in the enjoyment of personal religious ex perience, aud that the light should 6hlne also in dark places, aud that, though many are comforted here, I'll venture to say that where there is one we know ol there are scores and huddreds that are helped of which we know nothing. I aui much affected by a letter like this and by the thought that it Is not a vain thing to pray, not a vain thing to ask God lor things that seem impossible; and If there ever was one past hope It seemed to be this woman, whose father died a drunkard aud whose husband inherited it, and whose whole lue- has been growing into nignt. It would seem as useless to send prayers lor the salvation ot such a man as to send a match un llghted into the night and expect it to make lignt. Hut there Is power in prayer. In the parable of the unjust Judge a woman asked to be revenged, and kept asking, aim at last the judge said, "I love not justice, but l will revenge her." If con tinued importunity will move the heart or a tieast, how inucii more will it move the heart 01 a loving God? The power of reaction, the 3WINU OF LOO 10 Is immense, and this was a parable given that they might know that men ought to pray unceas ingly. lhis woman was evidcuilv of a sensitive as well as a sensible nature, aud was well nign giving np everything, but was encouraged to go on and pray, and there now seems to be light. The next thought: it is not likely that a man, the victim ot so confirmed a habit, which is so danger ous, affecting the whole nervous system and de stroying that wntch is the root ol all power?the moral stamina, it is not likely that he wiil succeed without stumbling, and one in her position ought not to indulge in an easy hopetulness that will be dashed by the recurrence ot the evil; and to all these this word goes, "Pray anu do not lall." But there is another thought: Ought one who is placed In such circumstances to endure trie affliction r If one is in a cage ol wild beasts has he not a right to go forth? 1 do not undertake to say; but l do undertake to say that when one has the grace given to do it It is a noble tnlng and acceptable to God. some would say, "He was worthy in the beginning; ti she had nail an easy llle, with noth ing to trouble her. see what power there is in relig ion." But. on the other hand, God needs a great maDy kinds ol witnesses. Around the tamp are sentinels by day and by night also. God re quires His disciples to lollow Hlin In midnight as well asm the d^ynght. Now, ti it pleased God to call one to bear with a husband or wife or child? to call one to the greatest stretch of patience men look on and say, "Oh, wnat a wreck 1" l eg, a wreck of household, a wreck of husband; but right from the uiidst of ruin emerges the light of the example ol that heroic woman who has no thought lor herself, la it not giving one's hie as a ransom ? Is it not a reproduction in a small sphere of what Cor at did in a large sphere ? Ana wnoever has grace given them to go through such awful days the more conspicuous they make the example of the Hie ot Christ on earth. It is easy to stand on the platform and preach Christ; but to stand In an emergency?lor one to stand and preacii Christ by example, like this woman?lew pulpits have the opportunity; ana k it pleases God to give her a regenerate husband her llle will oe far more iruitfui than if she had goue through life without a sorrow. Here Mr. Beecher gave opportunity for remarks, and a brother said"You have told us we must al ways pray; out is there anytnlng else we can dor I have a case in mind of a poor lamily, and lately the motner, who was reclaimed once, has gone back to drinking." Mr. Beecher said:?"Well, sir, yon have a great many cases of sickness?some ol obstinate dis eases?what do you do with a case oi sickness that wont get welir" "I trust tonatnre," said tne Doctor. "Well," said Mr. Beecher, "trust grace In the other case. I regard drunkenness, alter a certain stage, a* n disease;and where it nas not hereditary tendencies? where It is began in the individual, going beyond a certain point?I regard alcoholism as a disease, and to lie treated not alone with moral suasion but with PHYSICAL CONCOMITANTS. In regard to intemperance it is necessary that you abould treat it In three ways?physically, socially and morally. But yon can't give any general directions which will not have to be adapted. It wants some one to watch and work and pray, and staud by them constantly; then, I believe, it can be cured, ami If there is no oue tne prospect is very discouraging. How often a doctor's presence, ii he be a happy, good-natured man, cheers a sick person! His lace is better than ins pidn. And how oiten a sepulchral doctor carries deatu in his face aud looks a man into eternity. He ought not to practice; lie ooght to be a sexton, (Laughter.) That is one reason juwy pgraona cm Og you goyd ascoinleiters; Umt M one reason God u revealed In the Trinity as the Holy Qhoet or Coiniorter. If there ia anything necessary on this broad earth it Is a comforter, and when you tod any one overthrown it is your Slace to comfort him.'' Another brother said that e had lelt the presence ol (lod in the meeting. Mr. Beecber said, "I hope God has been with us all. 1 don't say It ia a good meeting that makes vou all feel happy. 1 want to know how much cream rises, and that you will know to morrow or next day." ANECDOTE OF CONGRESSMAN KE8MITH. [From the Washington correspondence of the Cin cinnati Commercial.] The funny man of the House this winter is said to oe Mr. Nesmlth. of Oregon, who tells on himself some very amusing stories. He served one term in the Senate several years ago, and a few days after he was sworn In he was passing one of the cloak rooms, ana Inside were Fessendea, Morrill and several others, whose names we can't recall. They hailed him, Invited him In, and after con versing for a lew momenta they asked him very abruptly:? '?Mr. Nesmlth, you have come from a very wild country, where you say the greater portion or your life has been passed. Will you tell us what first | ?truck you on coming to the Senate T" "Weil, gentlemen, when 1 took my seat in this I august body, said to be composed ol the brains of ' our great country, 1 was overwhelmed with the straugenesa of the one Idea, how 1 came to be here." "Oh I Ah I Ugh! Sol And then Mr. Nesmlth, when then?what your next cause for wonder f" "The next thing, gentlemen," answered Nes- , i mlth, slowly gathering up ins great length, "that cume to me and puzzled me more than the flrst | tbougnt, was how In the deuce all you other lei i lows got here I" There was a shout, and from that day these ! i solemn old lellows, who had thought to overawe I ! bv their pomposity the crude young Senator, were j ' his sworn friends and never neglected an occa I sion to tell this story. VERDICT AGAINST A RAILWAY COMPANY. In the Essex Connty (N. J.) Court yesterday a verdict of $1,285 97 was given to Bernard R. Lee br a jury against the Newark and Hudson Railroad, a branch of the Erie. The suit was to recover pay alleged to be due Lee, who is a contractor. ? WHIPPING IN SCHOOL Usher W. Cutts, a school teacher of Orange, has been Indicted by the Grand Jury of Essex county, New Jersey, for whipping a pupil. The case will be argued on some law points to-day before Judge Depue. It appears Mr. Cutts claims to have acted under an understood rale of the Governing Board. ATTEMPTED BURGLARY IN NEWARK. Early yesterday morning In Newark a brace of burglars were frustrated In their designs on a church fair by the Rev. Father Kilieen, who, with a musket, drove the rascals oif. No arrests were made. SHIPPING NEWS. WHITESTONE TELEGRAPH. The N*w Tor* Herald ha* constructed a telegraph Una from New York city to Whltestone. LI, and the sarnu U now open tor the transaction ot business. The lino will be found of great service to those having busineiis with vessels pawing to and from the Sound, anl every facility will be given to merchants and others to communicate promptly. As there Is no other telegraph communication with Whltestone, the Herald Line will be open for all business and private messages, and the same attended to with all possible despatch. All messages innst be prepaid. The following rates have been established :? Private message* twenty-live cents for ten words or less; two cents for every additional word. Basinets messages?For a message of twenty word* or lees, to be delivered on board vessels otT Whitestoae, one dollar: five cents lor every additional word. Advertisements lor the New Toe* Herald free. orricEs. Herald Office, corner Broadwav and Ann street Herald Ship News ufflce. pier No 1 Bast Rivar. Herald Branch Ofllca, No 1265 Broadway. Herald Branch Office, corner Boerum and Fulton streets, Brooklyn. Whltestone Dock, Whltestone, LI. At the Herald Branch Offices, corner of Boernm and Fnlton streets, Brooklyn, and 1286 Broadwav, New York will bo a bulletin ol the arrival of all steamers daily OCEAN STEAMSHIPS. DATES OF DEPARTURE FROM NEW YORK FOR THE MONTHS OF MAY AND JUNE. Steamer. I Suite. \Dcetinufton City ot Richmond Baltic Atlas Wcser Montana Nevada Ru-sla Hansa Holsatla Oceanic Spain Ntule of Virginia.. Viiie de Barn Idaho May 23. May 23. Mav 23. May 23. Mav 26. Mav 26. Mav 27. May 27. Mav 78. Mav 30 Mav 30. May So. May 30. June 2. Liverpool.. Liverpool. Liverpool. Bremen.... Liverpool. Liverpool Liverpool. Bremen.... Hamburg.. Liverpool., Liverpool.. Glasgow... Havre Liverpool.. Office. 15 Broadwav. 19 Broadway. 1 Bowing Green t Bowling Green 29 Broadway. 29 Broad wry. t Bowling Green 2 Bowling Urcen 61 Broadway. 19 Broadway. 69 Broadway. 72 Broadway. 55 Broadwav. 29 Broadway. Goettie I June 2.|Hamburg..1113 Broadway. Almanac for New York?This Day. FUN AND MOON. Snn rises 4 37 htiu sets 7 17 Moon sets...morn 1 10 HIGH WATER. Gov. island..morn 2 15 i sandy Iloog.morn 1 30 Hell Gate....morn 4 00 POET OF NEW YORK, MAY 22,1874. CLEARED. Steamship Baltic (Br), Kennedy. Liverpool via Queens towu?K J Cortis. Steamship Ailaa (Br), Hoecocsen. Liverpool via Queens town?C O r'rancklyn. steamship city ol Richmond (Br). Brooks. Liverpool via Queenstown?J O Dale. Steam?hip Lord Clive (Brj. Urquhart, Liverpool?Snow A Burgess. Steamship Richmond, Read, Norfolk?Old Dominion Steamship Co. ship Niagara (Br), McFarlane, London?Henderson Bros. Ship Robt Lees (Br), Rose. London?Grlnnell, Minturn k Co. Ship VIgillate, Fulton, Bristol, E?James W Eiwell k Co. Ship Corsica, Stetson, San Francisco?Sutton A Co. Hark Gaeta (Itai), Lebolle, Kings Lynn Dock, E?Slo covich A Co. Bark Marchino (Ital). Zieno. Cork lor orders?Sloco vich A Co. Hark Fortenato Barbera (Ital), De Andreas, Cork for orders?A P Agresta. Bark Diana (Ital), Bolio, Cork or Falmouth for or ders? Slocovlch A Co. Bark Soiaflde (Nor), Samuclsen, Belfast?Funch, Edye k Co. Bark Ntetaux (Br), Masters. Rotterdam?O w Bertaux. Bark Vesta (Nor), Grunde, Amsterdam?C Tobias A Co. Hark Laura (Ger). Horn, Hamburg?Funch, Edye k Co. Hark Lohengrin (Ger), Kerff, Hamburg?Fnncb, Edye, k CO. m Bark Minnie Cameron (Br), Currle, Antwerp?DMc Coll. Bark Louise (Ger). Bahlrue. Antwerp?O Tobias A Co. Bark Frank, Wallace, Cronstadt?Simpson. Clapp k Co. Hark Lucia C (Ital. Cacace, Venice?Slocovlch k Co. Bark Try Again (Br), Cordiner, St Johns NF?Geo F Bu.lev. Bar* F H Loring, Loring, New Haven?Miller k Hough ton. ? Brig Iri (Aus), PaII.sea, Cork for orders?John C Sea ger. Brig Eastern Star, Foster, Demerara? H Trowbridge's Sons. Brig Prince Le Boo (Br). Hatfield, Halifax and Syd ney? D R De Wolf A Co. Schr (.race Bradley. Turner, Cadiz?P.uzer Bros k Co. schr Gen Grant, Bowie, Governor's Harbor?B J Wen berg Schr C R Washington, Hoibrook, Governor's Harbor? B J Wenberg. - schr Lg?dy Bannerman (Br), Roberts, Abaco?J AT Pear?all. Nchr Race Horse. Miller. Cat Island-B J Wenberg. Br's'r "eruert *"? kldrldge. Wilmington. NC?-quires Bohr Melone, Roberts. Newbern. NO?W H Kerr. Be br Bowiioin, Kandall, Portland?C 1. Hatch, belli R D Rhodes Reed. Boston-Chas Twing. ? chr -partel, smith, Boston?.led Free A Co. nlearner Maj bower, luiw. Phiiadeluhia-James Hand. AH RIVALS. REPORTED BY TITE HERALD "TEA* T A CUTS AND HERALD tVHITESTONE TELE ,RAI'll LINK. Steamship Rising Htar, Jone* A*plnwall May 11, with nidge and uasseiiKcn to the rwcine .Mail stcamohlb Co. I'? ? , Cape Florida Lighthouse, saw a large English brig rigged steamship ashore on the reef, with a 3-masted propeller nyar her inside the reef appa rently rendering her a??ietanc<! (duubl.ess steamship Mississippi, belore reporteei. r bteamanlp Knlckerbo. ker, Gazer. New Orleans May J7,' "J1!! "J1"'' *n'' *2 and 39 steerage passengers to (lark A b?aman. Made the run fro in city to oitv in 5 davs and 7 hours, averaging Is knots per hour Steamship Vindicator, Martin, PhuaaeipUia, with mdte and passengers in J Lnriliard. ship cumerla (ot Liverpool), Brown, CalcntU Feb 5, with mdse to order paused Cape ol tiood Hope March 3d, and crossed the equaier April 25 in Ion 28 M W ; had very light winds and calms 10 ID s and very poor NK trades, and light airs and calms to 1st 7 N, and fine weather to lat 84 UN, Ion 72 88 W; then light variable airs, with much thunder and lightning, until Mav 21 then fresh westerly winds. ' .-hip Corea (of Workington). Yokohama Feb 4, with tea to K w Corlles A Co. Passatl Anjier March 2 Cape of Good Hope April ID and the Equator May 1, Lu Ion 35; had moderate weather. ship Nile (of Windsor, NS), Newcomb, LirerbOOl March 24. with mdse to snow A Burgess shin Rlien Austin, Griffin, London April St with mdse to Grlnnell. Minium A Co. ship Ne Bias Ultra. Gorden, Loud an todays, with jupae to Urioneii, Minium k Cw fffilp A (lax (Nort. Unto, Hambarg March M. .with od<? to Kunch, Kdye 4 Co. w ship Annie Goudv (o( Yarmouth, NB). BjnJt ?J days, In ballast to Boyd A Hicken. Took thanortbara passage and had atroug westerly winds; lat 46, Ion 48, passed la rue quantities of Ice. im Murk Lady Agnes (of Balcomb), Friend, Aokland. 101 day a with mdxr to R W Cameron; vessel to G P Hulley. Passed Cape Horn. March 11 and eromad the BQuator April 27 in Ion vi* W ? bad fine weather . March 19, lat rT 17 8, ion 78 54 W. exchanged signals with ship Zelander, from for London. . , . T._ Kara Signal (of NewonryporO, Whitney, lqulque Jan 22 via Hampton Roads May 20. with nitrate of soda,. to Chas Lullng A Co. vessel to master. .'Asaed ]?,??. March Sand crossed the equator Aprll l>. In Unio w. had strong NE trades to lat 18 N; since light, variable * Bar's Pacific (Nor), Johnson, London, 68 dan. In bal last. to Fundi, Edye A Co. Had some very heavy weather on the passage; spilt sails and stove bulwaras: on the Bunks saw large quantities of Ice. May 14, off Georges Shoals, spoke mark statsminlster Htang (Nor), trom Truro lor New York. _ Bark Sylphide (Nori, Pedersen, GloucesterKdsys. in ballast to Punch. Idye A Co. April 16. lat 44 45, Ion J.- A spoke bark Prudentla (Nor), trom Uioucestar lor New * Hark Franeesca R (Ital), Rlvarolv Lelth 80 days, with coal to order; vessel to Slocovlch A Co. K?it??? ?? Bark ot i,loud haglev, Antwerp 77 days. In ballast to B K Metcalt A Co. Was 52 days In the Channel. *tb strong westerly gales; then took the southern passage aud had fine weather. . m?_?, ? Bark Sutherland (of Mlramichl), Jacobsen. Montevideo 66 davs, with hides. wool, Ac, to Johnston, Perry A Co, ,VeHarkUborech*e?terP(o'kBorton), Harrison. Rio Janeiro 59 Ma?S'fi lonSWf'haS moderate weather. May 1, lat 4 AO 5s Ion 34 40 W. spoke ship David Stewart, ftom Rio Janeiro tor st Thomas. cattestofperei* A*0ba ri!?;ttve?ie 1 to "mas W r. Is auc harea ,lBa'kdi<mtiii French?(of Windsor NSh Bnrnx^Ortnd Turk, II, 9 days, witn salt, to Darrell A Co. '?9K W Barteaux. May 12 at 'Turks Island, had a heavy SB gale, which destroyed all the salt ponds lor the next '''ftarkAdeiaide v." orris (of Damarlscottaj.Tukey. Savan nah May IX and Tybee 16th, with lnmber to Yates A ror " Brig Bogota (of Baltimore), be Tournan. Matanzas l4 days. wuh sugar to Moses Taylor A Co: ves-el to master. Brig Village Belle (Br), Hallts, Bermuda 6 davs, with produce lo Middleton A Co. ... Schr li H l'ltta. Fletcher, Frontera, 29 days, with cedar and mahogany to Thcbaud Bros; vessel to B F Metcalt a Co. Mav 21. duriuga iresh blow trom west, lost foresail and foretopniast ? . Bchr Bonnlebcl (of Isaacs Harbor, N5?), Oriffln, Char lottetown, PEI 18days, with potatoes to A A Hyer, vea ie8c?h" Louisa0 F*axier (of Philadelphia), Crawford. Georgetown, SC. 6 davs with naval stores to Dollner, Potter A Co; vessel to fi D Hurlbut A Co. Scur Marv J Fisher, Lawrence, Richmond, Va. Schr A U Learning, Brown, Alexandria, va, for New Haven. , Schr Napoleon, Lyncan, Virginia. Schr C C Brooks, Scull, Virginia. Schr Lizzie, Scull, Virginia. Schr Alvira, Dodge. Maryland. Passed Through Hell Gate. BOUND 80UTH. Steamship Wamsutta, Fish, New Bedford for New York, with mdse and nassengerx to Barling A Davie Schr Jonathan Cone. White, Salem tor New York. Schr Sparkling Sea. Baker, Yarmouth for Baltimore. Schr Maria S Lewis, Lewis, Boston for New York. Schr War Steed, Phlnnev, Boston (or New York. Schr Flyaway, Enos. Providenc,e lor New York. Schr Alida, Lambert. Boston lor New York. Schr Pacific. Kinney, Rockland lor New York, with lime to Candee A Prcssey. ? ? Schr Frank Beat:v Dunbar, Stony Creek for Now York, with stone to order. _ Schr Ella F Crowell. Howe, Providence for Phiiadel P'schr Bay State, Bulkley, Boston for New York, with stone to Charles Twing. Schr George A Albert, Fales, Norwalk for New York. Schr Jas Bliss, Knapp. Boston for New York. Schr H P Ely, Stokes, Providence lor New York. Schr Peaeedale, Caswell. Narragansett Pier for New Y(Sohr South Shore, Whittemore, Boston for Alexandria, Ya Schr J K Mitchell. Fuller. Greenwich lor New York. Steamer United states, Dans. Fan River lor New Yor?, with mdse anil passengers. _i,?, steamer Galatea. Gale. Providence lor New York, witn mdse and passengers. BOUND BAST. Brig Julia Esson (Br), Dunn, New York for Lockport, * brig Lilv (Br). Ryan, New York for Halifax, NS. Schr Favourite (Br), Jenkins, New York lor bornwal " Schr Vesper (Br), Copp, New York for St John, NB. Schr sliver -pray. Cliadwick, Rondout for Bosion. Schr Alpine, Marshall, New York lor Fall River. Schr E H Woolsey. Tirrell, Elizabethport lor Newport Schr Lizzie Grav.'Gray, New York lor Boston. Schr Ida A James, James, New York for Beiiast Schr Hastings, Chase. New York for New Bedlord. Schr Jane, smith. New York for Boston, schr Comet, Tracy. Hoboken lor Boston. Schr P L Smith. Upton. Elizabethport for t-aeo. Schr Tunis Uepew, Decker. New York lor Providence. Schr Free Stone, Stevens, Amboy for Hurtiord Schr Senator, Lathrop, New Y'ork lor Mtddlotown. schr Joseph Hall, Hamilton, Port Johnson lor Middle t0Schr G L, Itovel, Elizabethport for Boston. Schr H A Deming, Wadsworth, New York tor Hartlord. Schr Bertha. Conover. New York for Providence. Schr A G Pease, Mead, New York tor Middletown. Schr Defiance. Hall. Philadelphia tor New London. Sohr Anthony Burton, Johnson, Elizabethport for P?w tU?ehr Joachim, Kane, New York for Boston. Schr E Waterman, Beasley. Rondout for Nantucket. Schr H V Dlverty, Nlcierson, New York lor ProYl 1Chnc"r S Brainard, Bucl. New York for New Bedford. Schr Midnight, tiopkins. New York (or Bath, schr Elizabeth Dctiart, Jones, Georgetown, DC, for Boe toSchr T Benedict, Ricker. South Amboy for Boston. Schr Marv A Brown. Brown. Virginia for Providence. Selir Ida Ella. Elizabethport lor Taunton. Schr FTee Wind. Bowman, New York lor Portsmouth. Schr 8 A Falconer, Olsen. Port Jonnson.tor Providence. Sclir Franconia, Adams. Port Johnson for Hallowell. Schr Frank Mnri* Wood, Port Johnson lor Boston. Schr Kate Walker. Smith. Port Johnson for ^lein. Schr J U Young, Barrett, Elizabethport tor Norwich. Schr Nile, .Metcalt. New Y'ork lor Boston. Schr Suwa. Smith, Port Johnson for Boston. Schr Abbott Lawrence, Uritfln, Port Johnson for Boe '"schr Cohasset, Baker. Port Johnson for Providence. SAILED. Steamship Richmond, for Norfolk: barks Ferraro Pri mo (Ital), Penarth Roads; Dora Abrens <Oer>. do; Hed wig (Ger), London; Matador iGer), stetun; Montezuma, Barbados; He drun (Nor), (from Barrow), ??; Herlha (Nor). Stettin; Brage (Nor), yueenstown or Falmouth; Volptnl (Ital), do; < atello fciro (Ital). Ancona; Carlton, Havana: Alexander (Swe). Antwerp; Hermod (Nor), Cork or Falmouth; Nilo (lull, Cork; brigs sarah Crow ell, St Johns. PR; O 0 Clary, Fernandlna; schrs Moses B Bramhall, Vera Cruz; Israel Snow, Baracoa; John, Wil miugton. Maritime Miscellany. Smr King PniLir, Rawlins, from Baltimore for Ssn Francisco, which Is detained In Annapolis Roads owing to the coal in her hold being discovered on lire and the subsequent mutiny ol her crew, has been inspected by surveyors and only a small portion of the coal found to be destroyed and a section ol lour or five feet of the shifting board burned. The evidences were undoubted that the tire was the work of Incendiaries. The sur veyors decided that the vessel is seaworthy in all her appointments and in good condi tlon lor any voyage. The mutineers were in formed of this decision, but all but three of the thirteen mou refused to return to duty, amoug the latter b?lng the second mate, who has been deprived of his position. The second mate and two of the seamen were the ring leaders of the mutiny, one ol them, it is alleged, having staled, when lie first stopped, that he had made two at ips turn back and he would serve the Ring Philip tn the same manner. The captain has laid his case belore C's Commissioner Rogers, and if given authority will force the mutineers to do their duty with the aid of the marines. A new second mate will he engaged and the r< errant second mate he obliged to stay in the ship as an ordinary seauwin Ship Pkarl or India. from Greenock for Quebec, be fore rcpotred a-hore on White Island Iteef, w.is got off and towed up to Quebec May 21. She is making water and has commenced discharging. Snirs Magdalkne, from Bremen, and Premier, from Hamburg which arrived at Philadelphia on Monday, collided In going up the Schuylkill. The Premier lost about 3n feet ol rail, had a hole stove in her side, and re ceived other damage to the extent of about $1U0U. The Magdalene also received some damage. B?ma Parisian (Br), Smith, from Pensacola for New castle, E, which put into Halifax May 1 ui distress, re paired and sailed ior destination 21st. Bark Magnet (Nor), from Bull River for Newcastle, at Savannah m distress, together with her sails, anchors, chains, hawsers, boats, tackle and apparel, was sold at auction May Pi. to Mr John Kelly, lor the sum ol $2,100. 'I he cabin furniture brought $'2a, chronometer $83, and 1000 tons phosphate rock $1 27>. per ton. Bark Tillid (Nor), Fredrlchsen, Irom Baltimore for Quecnstown, before reported In collision off the inoulti of Rappahannock River w ith schr Minnie Klnnic. lost a portion of lier starboard rail, bulwarks and stanchions, lhe schr lost her bowsprit, jibboom. all headgear and ? ight'heads. and the wood ends were also started down to the water's edge. Both vessels were towed to Norfolk for repairs. Scrr Samcki. Kvir.TiT, at Lubec. Me, from Eastport, last week, whilp being towed to her.wharf, owing to the tow line being dropped too soon, drifted inside tne "Rock." striking several times, and at last was brought up lu the narrows without much damage. Schr Francis Artiikkcs?On Tuesday night 18 tons of coal were taken off the deck of this vessel, ashore on HalMlde Rocks Scrr Leer Jo.ves. from Woodbrldge. NJ, for Boston, was run into ai Vinevard Haven on the 2'st Inst, while at anchor, by schr brie, and had Jibboem carried away. Annapolis. Md. May 22?Schr Jersev Oak, from Balti more. was struck by a squall off this place this after noon and sunk. The crew were rescued. Halifax. N9, May 22?Brig Jas Fraser (Br), went ashore at La Have this morning. Qcedcc, May 22?Captatn Archer, of the ateamshib Hi bernian. winch arrived here yesterday, reports that on May IS, in lal 47 26 N, Ion 41 u7 VV. lie lighted a I,ark i u distress, bore down and sent a boat to uer. She proved to tie the Urogheda. of Shields, on her beam ends and abandoned. J'fhe crew were rescued by German bark Oscar and all hut two transferred to steamship Pennsyl vania. as before reported.) Captain Archer also reports that he passed several large icebergs on ihe hanks and experienced strong headwinds, lie passed 40 inward bound vessels between Bic and Quebec. Br John, NB, Mav 21?Ship Hying Cloud, ooai-laden. from Newcastle, arrived here to day after a very long pa*-age she han been given up as lost long since, she leaks badly, and requires steam pumps almost con stantly. Vinrtard Haven, May 21? Rchr Mary Barker, arrived to-day from Azu, Ha.vti, has as passengers Cant Murphv. wile and child, of the si hr Jennie M Murphv. of Calais, wrecked at St Louisa, st Domingo, on the Lib ol March last. Wilninoton, NC. May 19?A letter received from Capt B\VV Beery, wbolelt here lor New River on Monday ot last week, in a schr chartered tor the purpose, to en deavor io get the schr Mary Wheeler off the beach ai that point, state- that his party were engaged at the time the letter was written in removing sund from the vessel, and it was thought she wouid be gotten off by the lastot this w eek. She lias sustained no material damage. Missino Vkssrl?Bark Argean (o? Providence), Capt Wm C Mnnroe, with a full cargo ot petroleum, sailed frotn Philadelphia Dec 21 for Trieste, and has not since been heard from. The A was S8U tons register, built at Warren, HI. in 1969. and owned by Geo W Hall and others, of Providence, and Is partlallv Insured. All hopes ot ever hearing from her have been abandoned i>v her owners, ( apt Munroc wa- a resident of Providence", where his mother resides, and her tlrat officer was Mathrw Baker, ot South Dartmouth, Mass. The remain der ol her crew are unknown. A Quick Passage The brig Hllas N Martin, Capt Brown, which arrived at Baltimore on Wednesday night from Demerara, loft there May f) and sighted Cape Hen ry on the 19th, having made the voyage In 13 days, With i a lull cargo and heavy deck lout), SHiritntDiHO?At Bath, He, Mr W Rogers 1* at retch In* the keel of ? ship ol 1280 tons Tor Nickerson A Uo, of Boston, after tb? model ol the ship Hercules built bv blm several years ago, which lias fust made the passage irom Ban Francisco to Liverpool in 96 days At Waldoboro, Joseph Clark A Son have stretched tha keel of a barkentine of 600 tons, winch tbey Intend to complete Immediately, ard then set up, a ship, to be launched before navigation closes. The Waldoboro ship Sards have not presented so bu?y an appearance since 164 as they do now. William Fish has lust commenced work on a three-masted schr ol about 600 tons in his yard. Another vessel, to be built of spruce lops twelve inches square, on the same principle as the William U shatttfek, launched on Tuesday, will be built by Mr Gibson at hast Boston immediately, she will be 140 tona. and is owned by the Cape Ann Granite Company. .... At Kennebunkport. Mr N l, Thompson is building a ship of 3,260 tons, N M. the largest ship ever built in Maine. Her length Is 25J I'eet on deck, with a keel 338 feet long, a beam slk feet and a hold 30 leet. .She has been named Ocean King, and is to be launched August 27. She will sail under English colors, and is to be de livered at San Francisco February 20, 1876. Mr Thompson has also a 8-mastcd schr on the etocksof 401 tona for Western parties, to be off In June; also a white oak frame on the way Irom the South tor a ship, 18U0 tons, wnich he will build after his large abip is off Mr David Clark has a new barkentine of 800 tona n m, on the stocks, nearly framed out. She Is 158 feet on deck, with So feel beam and leet hold. She Is for Sarties In New York ami will be launched on the 1st of ulv. Mr Clark has also the frame and materials for another vessel. 880 tons, which he will build thie season. Messrs Crawtord A Perkins have a three-masted achoouer of 600 tons, n m, building for parties on Cape Cod, to be off in July; also another three-masted schooner of 600 tons, to be off in August; she is for par ties at the same place. Oapt Bradford Oakes hat a schooner of 70 tons nearly completed, which he will launch in two weeks, She will be employed in the coasting business. The twin vessels, 3 masted schooners, building In Carter A Go's yard. Belfast, lor New York parties, are about ready lor launching. Thev are named respec tively George L Fessendcn and Walter F Parker. The new ship building in Mcilllverv A Co's yard, in Brewer, has been named Harriet Mctlllvery. At S W Harbor, Mr H K Newman has commenced a double deck vessel of about 400 tons at the yard ol A H Haynes. At East Deerlng, Me, Merrill Brothers have on the stocks a bark tor Capt Keazer, of Portland. It will be about 400 tons, ami is finished to the lower deck Inside. J S Wlusiow A Co nave three vessels on the stocks. The first one is a 3 masted schooner of 350 tons to be launched in a few days. She is built lor J S wInflow A Co, and i-< intended tor a coaster. The second is a bark of about 600 tons, for the same parties, and is all timbered out and sealed to the lower deck. The third is also a bark of about 600 tona, bunt bv Oeorge 8 Huut, J 8 Wlnslow and others, and is intended tor the general freighting busi ness. Her keel is 131 feet and her beam 32 leet, with a depth of 8 lee:. Russell Lewis A Co have two vessels and another to go on the stocks as soon as they can make room for it The frame Is nil out, and lain charge of CaDt Sargent, master builder. The first vessel is a bark ol 760 tons for the South American trade. She will have line carrying and sailing nualttics. The second la a bark ol 460 tons, and ts intended for the West India trade. Launched?AtSaco, Me, 20th inst, the new vessel re cently built by Mr W C Merrill She Is 315 tons, o ra, 117 leet long, with a beam of 28 feet and hold nearly 11 feet, and will have three masts. 77. 78 and 79 feet long. She is owned by David Keazer and others, of Portland, and will be engaged in general Ireighting business. Mr Mer rill has another schr nearly framed out in the same yard, of 300 tons, to be off in June. Notice to itiarlners. Orrtck or LionrHOusK inspector, > Thirp Distbict, Tompkinstii.lk. NY, May 22. 1871 1 The dwelling house for the use ol the keeper has just been completed on the Inundation island of the Race Bo.'k lighthouse, and vessels approaching New London should be careful not to mistake Its lighted windows at night for dwellings on shore By order ol the Llghtnouse Board. STEPHEN D. TRKNCHARD. Commodoro DSN, Lighthouse Inspector, Third District Whalemen. Arrived at St Catherines March 24, hark Live Oak, Howland, with SOW bbls sp oil (and sailed 3Uth for Ne w Bedlord). A letter from Captain Howland, of bark Ohio, of NB, dated Barbados, May ID, reports had shipped 46 casks oil by brig Matilda M. A letter Irom Capt Snell, of bark Draco, of NB, dated Barbadoes May 6. reports having taken 240 bbls sp ol this season?626 sp and 460 wh, all told. Had seen whales out four times and lowered the boats only three times: would ship oil from Barbadoes; George A Ncubaucr, of New York, one of tne crew, died April 6 from injuries received by a fail down the forecastle gangway; his age was 24 years; spoke April 20, lat 6 50 a, Ion 34 W, bark Falcon, Allen, NB, 85 ap this season. Spoken. Bark Gemsbok, Banker, from New York May 13 for Zanzibar, May 14, 1st 38 46, Ion 70 10 W. Schr Emma Mi-Adam, from Baltimore tor Fernandina, May 18, off Body Island. NOTICE TO HERCHANT9 AND SHIP CAPTAINS. Merchants, shipping agents and ship captains are In formed that by telegraphing to the Hkrald London Bureso, No 48 Fleet street, the arrivals at and depart ures from European ports, and other ports abroad, ol American and all foreign vessels trading with the United States, the same will be cabled to this country free of charge and publiahed. ODE CABLE SHIPPING NEWS. Movements - of Inward and Outward Bound Vessel*. Loxoox, May 22, 1374. ARRIVALS. Arrived at Liverpool May 19, ship 8t Joseph, Colley, Mew Orleans. Arrived at Sunderland May O, ship Veteran (Br), Tho mas, Pensacola. Arrived at Glasgow May SI, bark Marie (Aus), Camas, New York. Arrived at Belfast May 21, bark Leone (Ans), lvancich, Baltimore. Arrived at Movills May 22, steamship Victoria (Br), Bedderwlck. New York for Glasgow. Arrived at Qneenstown May 22, bark Keystone, Berry, Boston. Arrived at do May 21, brig Tell (Nor), Mortensen, New York. Arrived at Blslnore May 21, bark Storfurst Constantln (Bus), Jnngell. New Orleans for RevaL Arrived at Cadiz May 21. bark Excelsior, Bowers, New York. Arrived at Table Bay May 20, bark Albert, Reed, New York. SAILINGS. Sailed from Liverpool May 22, bark Wild Hunter (Br), Erlchsen, United States. Sailed from London May 22, bark Johann Ludwig (Gcr), Holljes, United States. Sailed from Dublin May 22, bark Fetda (Nor), Chris tiansen. Baltimore. Sailed (rom Queenstown May 22, steamship City of Brooklyn (Br). Murray (from Liverpool'. New York. sailed from Cadi/. May 21, bark Harvest Moon Kiley, United states; brig Helen M Rowley, Rowley, do. Foreign Ports. Alqoa Bat, CGH, April 9?In port bark O T Kemp (Er?, Paine. lor Baston. ldg; J A Brown, Greenish, for East London. _ Aspinwall, May 19?Arrived, steamship Colon, Grifnn, New York via Kingston, J a. _ Bahia. April 10 ? Arrived, brig Springfield (Bri, has sell. New York (and sailed 23d lor Pernambuco and Hampton Roads) ; 17th. bark Wm Van Name (Br/. Hod man. Buenos A.vres (and sailed 18th for St Thomas). Sailed April 17, brig Cheviot (Br), Nelson. New York. Cleared April 27, bark Elizabeth Taylor (Br). Hum phrey, New York (with rosewood at 416 5s. lump sum). Frontfra, Mex, April 23?In port schr Stephen d Lee, tor New York April 3/1. _ Havana, May 20?Sailed, steamship Yazoo, Barrett (from New Orleans). Philadelphia. Halifax. May 21?Arrived, bark Geo Bsson (Br), Fos ter, New York. _ Hailed 21st. steamship Caspian (Br), Trocks (from Liver pool), Quebec; bark Parisian (Br), Smith (trom Pensa cola. having repaired), Newcastle, B. Kingston, Ja. May 18?Arrived, steamship Henry Chauncey, Gray, Aspinwall (and proceeded at 6 PM lot New York). _ . . _ MrsquAsn, NB. May 15?Cleared, schrs C ft H Crowley, Crowley, and Ella M Pennell, Thompson, New York. St Johns, NF, April 27. schrs Allegro (Br). Johnson, New York; Angola (Hr), Morris, do (and cleared May 2 lor Plctou) May 2, hrig Orloff (Br), Belfontaln, do (and cleared llth lor Sydney). Stdnzt, CB. Mar 10?Arrived, bark Roycroft (Br), Pur dy. Bremen via North svdney. St John, NB. Mav 19-Cleared, ship Reglna. Murphy, Liverpool; bark Kate oancton, Hilton, Olasgowi American Port*. BOSTON, May 22?Arrived, steamers Aries. Whelden, Philadelphia; Nereus. hearse. New York; bark sabion iello (Aust), Stack, ITapaui; schrs Matilda M, Merrlam, Barbados; A B McCautey. i am, Alexandria; E H Pot ter, Potter, Baltimore. E.la M Stover, Watts. Philadel phia; J H Bartlett, Keliv. do; George Clark. Bartlett, do; Nellie Bowen, stackpole. do; B H Sherman, alley, do; Rebecca M Smith, Grace, do; Almeda, Smith. New burs; Wm Carroll, i.tint. Hoboken; Jefferson Borden, Patterson, New Vork; Sarah Beruice. Proctor, do; Mar> Stewart, Hodges, do. In the Bay, one bark and one brig, bound in. Cleared? steamship miliaria (Bri, Bllilnge. Liverpool; Johns Hopkins, Hallett, Baltimore; ship Archer, Pike, New York; bark litanla (Br), Morrison, Cork or Fal mouth for orders. sailed?Barks Tremont and DABrayton; brig Ken neth. BALTIMORE. Mav 22?Arrived, steamship Braunehs welg <Gcr\ Unduetsch, Bremen; Sea Gull, from Charles ton; Blacksionc, iron, Boston ; Martha Su Stevens, Chance, New York. Cleared?Steamship McClellan, Providence; Elizabeth, New York; bark Maria l.auretta dutl). Scliopopletraa, Belfast. I; schrs A W Fisk, Boston; B W Hill. do. Sailed?Sieamshtp Liberty, lor New Orleans. Cleared 21st, harks Nina Flglia dial), Ncblappacasse, Cork or Falmouth for orders; Lizzie Merry, Lawrence, Barbados; brig Ernestine, Knight, NorfoU: schrs Helen, 1 erry, New Bedford ? Kosannah Rose, Otlkey, Boston. BATH, May 20?Arrived, schr Gov Cuuy. Ridley, Port Johnson. 21st?Balled, schrs Royal Arch, Crowell, Baltimore; Kolon, KcKown, do; Ju.cph Fish, Hupper, New York; IraD Sturgis, Johnson, do; Fearless, do; Wm Capes, do; Abble Pitman, do, all with cargoes ot ice. BANGOR, May 19?Arrived, t/rig Geo Harris, Stowers. Ptookton; schrs Idaho, Jameson, and Wm B Darling, Low, New York. Cleared?schrs Mary J Ward, Ward. Philadelphia! Tahmiroo, Kent, and Leonora, Honzey, New York. 2i)th?Arrived, bars Herbert Black, Treat, Bearsport; schr Maria Adelaide, Kent, south Amboy. Cleared?Brig'Ida L Rav, Presses-, Wilmington, NC; schrs Annie Elizabeth. Uetchell. Chester. * Y; Nellie Doe. Richardson. New York; Hannibal, Pendleton, do; Dora French, French. Wilmington. NC. . _ BELFAST. May 15-saiiea, schr Joe Carlton, Cooper, Baltimore. _ . . r.._ BLUB HILL, May 17-8ailed, achrs Watchman, Day. Philadelphia; 18th. Flora A, sawyer, do _ . BASa harbor, May U-Ciear*d, achr Rowena. Rod ertson. New York. . _ , .,-nd BOCKSPORT, May 16-9alled. schrs Danenbower, ana s ? -.rii.'.'l ?chr? M?,ale J Of].<!w[c*, Korr). *"'Jo anuria; Palladium, Ryder, Somerset for New xora go on the railway;. ^ . . ? A fl Burdett. BRIDGEPORT, May 21-Artlyed, tohrz C O Buraet, nPt .1/thritnn ? l.ivvio AmhAT ! (< F SlllNtA O OvO? rt Johnson; Lizzie. Amboy; O P Sbnlts, Hobo ? ' It a Kl.E.s TON, May 19-XrrlTed, barks A rclHteci (?r^ ,,,/lrldge, Bali la; Foam (Br). telegraphed). Mulvey, Henderson, Richmond, Me (riot *r At Quarantine, bark Angellta (Sja Pages, . Boston; 22d-Arrived, brig Thoa Campbell (Br), Lewia. hr Aneroid, Thomas, do. h TUlle E Ileatb. scDioiiTON, May 2u-Arrived. *>fcr Tiine is, luabethport. ELLSWORTH, May 14?Cleared, echra Bonny Ina Whittaker, NewYorx; 16th. Cod utka. Meant. Pniiadal phia, 16th, Otronfo, Hammond. New York. KAsTPORT, Alay 12?Arrived, schr Percy, MltchalL Mew York. KDgaRTOWN. May 2n_Arrlred, echr Chaa 0 ?on, Manie^, Philadelphia. PALL KiYKK, May in?Arrived, echra Daniel Brown. Emerson, Georgetown, DC; Thumaa Borden, Allen: J Clark, Northrup. and Alexander Young. Maybew, Phila delphia; Eli 1'ownscnd, Nichols, RoudoutiC I Errickaon. Javne; Rate McLean, Welle, A B Hayes, Barlow: Splen did Phlnney, and T D Wlilett. Sharpie. Nawbnrg; 8 8 Tyler, Miller ; Ann Elizu, Caaweli, and Goddess, Keller. Weehawken; J H Burnett. Gardner, and J C Roaa, Nor ton. Blizabethport; Breeze. Bartlett, ant} storm, Stabb irenton; Minneaota. Kelley. Port Johnson; SApplesatA from New York. * sailed 16th. schr Imogene Dlverty. Oandy, New York. 20;h?Arrived, schrs Sarah A HolTman. Hoffman. Phi La. delphla: Mist, Muiicy, Trenion;New Retrulua IJewalt Nrwburg; 21st, Theodore Dean, Phillips, Georgetown] GALVESTON. May 21?Cleared, bark Dlamant (Mot), Petersen, Havre. GLOUCESTER. May 21?Arrived, ship Richard III Hubbard. Liverpool; schra Avon, Clark. Honokan fol Newburyport; Geo Brooks, Lindsay, Portland for New York: Kntti S Hodgdon. Melvin, New York tor Bath; Dais ry Percy, Percy,do lor Augusta; Lottie K Friend. Col lins, Philadelphia KEY WEST, Mar 21?Arrived, steamship City of Ana tin, Eldridge. New York lor Galveston and proceeded). LYNN, May 18?Arrived, schrs Favorite, ("lark, and J Burley, Northern, Kondout; 20th, Dexter Clark, Curtia Port Johnson. MACHIaH. Mav 16?Sailed, schrs Lizzie Brewster. Smith, and Presto, Libby. New York ; George D Perry. Sawyer. Cuba. NhW ORLEANS, May 22?Arrived, ateamsblp City ol Dallas, Hlnes. New York. Cleared?steamships ran Jacinto <Br), Thomas,^Llver Soot; Cortes. Kenible, New York; ship Advance (Br), iorrlson, do; bark B 0 Peters (Gen, VoLkmer, Ring's Lynn, E. w sailed?Barks Nebo (Nor), and N 8 (Nor). NORFOLK, Muy 2 ?Arrived, bark Tlilid (Oer), Acker* eon, Baltimore lor (Jueenstown, tor repairs; schrs Anule E Cranmer, Cranuier. New York; Mary D Cranmer, Hor ner ; II vena, Gardiner, Rock port. Sailed?Brig At antic (rtr), Barbados. NEW Bedford, May 19?Arrived, schrs Hattie Perry,. Chase, Philadelphia; WW Bralnari, Fitch, South Am boy. with?Arrived, schr American Eagle, Shaw, Philadel phia. Sailed?Schrs John H Ferry, Hawes, Philadelphia; V 8t Clair Edwards, Ireland, do; K B Smith, Nicker son. New York; Opbtr, Benson, do: Ace nor, tor do. 21st?Arrived, schrs Samuel C Hart, Kelley, George town, LC; Louisa Frances, Kellev, New York. Newport, May 2d. PM?Arrived, schr Henrietta Sim mons, Godlrey, Philadelphia. AL-o schrs chancellor, Ferguson, Providence for New York; Messenger, Hathaway, Taunton for do (and both sailed 21st). Also schrs Rate M Hilton. Fisk, Fall River for Balti more; Manna, hills. Dennis for New York. 2l?t?Arrived, schrs Golden Eagle, Kelley, Hyanniefor New York; L 8 Barnes, .-turgis, Boston tor do (and both sailed). Also, schrs Benl Strong, Hlnks, for New York; Ex press, wass, Addison for do; ."silver Heels, Newman, Yiiialhaven for Phllade'phla; K Curtis, Haskell, Deer Isle lor do; Lake, Rogers, St George, Me. for New Yorxs Robert B Smith, Nickerson. New He-1 ford tor do. Also arrived, sailed uud returned, tug U . Grant, with barges New Hampshire, Carbondale and Lackawanna in tow. (rom Providence for New York. NEW LONDON, May 21?Arrived, schrs Henry Finch, Alexandria for Norwich; R H Dalev, Hoboken for do; James English, do for Providence; F Merwm. do for d? Sailed? schr Carrie Holmes, Alexandria; Cerro Gordo, New York. NEW HAVEN. May 21-Arrived, schrs A H HorlburR Grifliins. Baltimore ? Morning Light. Hardee. Trenton; Edwin Post, Hu-hton, New York; sloop Charles Lornoh, Warner. Unndout. Sailed?Brig Morning Light, Dill, Porto Rico; schrs 8 J Gurney, Guruoy, Newburg: Oliver Scofleid, Dissoway, Baltimore; Yankee Boy, Hughson, Philadelphia; Freu Tyler, Terrill, New York ; Lavinla Delaney, Delaney.do; W S Thompson, Hullock. do. PHILADELPHIA, May 21-Cleared, echr Wm L Elkins, Ludlam, Savannah. Also cleared 21st, bark Resolve (Nor), Berth, Cork, fbr orders; schr E 11 Bramcrd, kackett, Boston (not as be fore). 22d?Arrived, steamships Mary, Crocker, Providence: Saxon, Baker. Boston : bark Truro (Hr). Harris, Warren Point; schr Estcllc, c'obn, from a Massachusetts port Also arrived, steamships Achilles, Willetts, and Rattle snake. Pierce, Boston ; schr U L Haight, Wallcus, Bruns wick, Ga. Cleared?Steamships Cyhele (Belg), Plear, Antwerp 1 C W Lord, Cotton, Savannah: Ashland, Hunter, Charles ton: brigs Etta M Tucker. Merrymau, Nicolaeffe; 8 V Merrick, Llpplncott. Cardenas; Arena Banon, Prink, Boston: Sarah A Kecd, Arnold, Newport; Myra Pratt, Pratt, Providence. Nkwcxstlk, Del, Mav 22?Passed down I'M yesterday, brig James B Kirby, tor Caibarien ; senrs Mary T Bryan, Key West; Twenty one Friends, Mair A Cranmer, Marlon E RoCkhili, C ii Wood, and W G K Mosely, Bo>ton; Freddie L Porter. Portland: C F Cabada and Walter Palmer, lor Providence ; Z A Smith, for Hock port; Oliver Dyerv for 8aco; Mary Riley, MarriettA Steelinan, and Anuie Nay, for Boston ; Winged Racer, for Portland; LaJy Fllen, and Anna A Pratt, for Providence. Passed down tbts AM, brig Edith. lor .V.ayaguez, PR; schrs E H King, lor the Bahamas. 8 O Tryon, and Maggie Weaver, for Boston. PM?Bark Resolve, tor Cork for orders: schrs Julia Wilson, for New Bedford; Emeline Haight, for Provi dence; Lark, for Calais; Isaac L Clark, for Newbury port-. Eatclle Day, lor Hraintree; Charles P sfickney, lor Lvnn; Charles Cobb for Rockland : J M Bra.nerd, Henry Allen, A M Aldridge, sallie s Godfrey, and Lizzie Young, tor Boston, passed down since uoon. Lrwzs. Del, Mav '22, AM?Bark Onkel went to sea AM yesterday, and barks Templar, Lotus, and Urho, and brias Celeste and J B Kirbv during P.M. HrigWm Mai lory left this AM lor Philadelphia. Schr Olive Hayward, from Philadelphia for Bucksport, Me, this AM. Barkt Harriet Campbell and Mary A Marshall remain. PM?ship Gen shepley. from Havre, is above the Brown, beating up. PORTLAND, Mav 20?Cleared, schrs Alaska. Thorn dike, New York: Fanny Flint, Warren, Yarmouth, to load for do. Sailed?Schr Congress. 21st?Arrived, schrs Mary Ann, Thlbodeau. Caibarien; Wm B Thomas. Philadelphia: Restless, from Garalner fordo; Bramhall. Hamilton, New York ; Chas Sawyer, from do. PORTSMOUTH, Mav 21?Arrived, schrs Challenge. - ?* ? e. New York; Edward Bennett, and Union rlag. Friable. _ Waite. York, Port Johnson; Sabao. Larasen. and Sarah Wooster. McFarland. Iloboken; Moses Eddv, Cottrell, Kondout; Kulato. Suiall, south Amboy. Arrived in lower harbor 21st, schr Congress, York, Portland for New York. PROVIDENCE, Mav 21?Arrived, ?chrs Florence I Loekwood, St John, Georgetown, DC; Wm D Hilton, 'it K R Kirk. Tole, Alexandria; Jane Maria, Weaver, dO; r, ?- nu*, ivi*. ? isA-uuna , ?????? ?? , Smith, Klizabethport; Ellas Runyon, Campbell, dolor Puwtucket, John Warren, McGar: R P King, Bliveic and Black Diamond, Goldsmith, Klizabethport; Wm P Burden, Adam-, South Arabo.v; barah Brucn, Petty, Kondout; Josephine, Saunders, do: Albert Pharo, Bing ham: Fashion. Carberry. and Sarah Purves, Lisle, Ho boken; Veranda, Pond, New York; James M Freeman, Eldridge, do via Newport; sloop Apollo, Mitchell, Port Johnson. neiow?iwo scnoonere, uouuu up; uuu a uripi uir? HlS'it.T. Sailed?Schrs John D Williams, Pierce, Georgetown, DO; Green Countv Tanner, Hyde, Kondout' Wm White head, T::us: Kmelme K Potter. Ellsworth; Allen U Brown, Kvder. and Willard P Phillips, Hawkins, Mew York . sloop North America. Lyons, New York. PAWTCcKBT. May 2d? Arrived, schr Reading RR No <7. Adams, Trenton. 21st?Arrived, schrs Ellas Rtinvon, Campbell, Elisabeth port;E A I Oakley. Newman, Port Johnson, sailed?schr in Voorhis. Ooldsmiih, liuverstraw. RICHMOND. May 20?Arrived, schr W 11 Wescott, Candy, Boston. Cleared?Bark Louts (Ger), Mentz, Bremen via City Point. Sailed?Schr II N Squire. Wlxon, New York. ROCKLAND, May 13-Arrlved, bark Martha McNeal, Jordan, Liverpool; schrs Idaho, Jameson, Now York; Oentile, Eldrldgc, do; 17th, sohrs Florida. Thompeon, New York; Calista, Babb, do; Wm McLoon, Rogers, do; Lucy Jane, Allen ?. Sailed 13th, schrs Florida. Jordan, New York-.lAth, Exeter, Pendleton, do; James Henry. Tmeworthy, do; Charlie A Willie. Collins. Philadelphia; Leoutlne, Clark son, New York; 18th, Oregon Stinson, do; T rilx, Hall, do; 19th, Wm McLoon, Rogers, do. SAVANNAH, May 22? Arrived, schrs Minnie. Hudson, New York; A J Fa bens. Anderson, Boston; Active, from Zeunebcc River. Cleared?Steamship America, Blllups, Baltimore; tchrt Annie C Cook, Cook, New York ; Hattie M Turner, Uup per. rhuuias'.on. SOMERSET, May IS?Arrived, senrs Prudence, Hatsey, Hobokcn; 19th, surah Elizabeth, Lewis, Troy; Luna. I Wells; Naiad Queen, Smith, and Carolina A Cornelia, Lord, Hoboken. sailed 19th, schrs Thos J Owen. 81mpson. and Lney Church. Pierce, New York. 20th?Arrived, schrs Sarah A Bolce, Homers, Philadel phia; Keystone, Hutch, do; James Diverty, Carroll, South Am boy: Cabinet, Westhall, liobnken. 21st?Sailed, schr Wm Hoardman, Helton, New York. VINEYARD Ha YEN, May 21?Arrived, brigs Arlcbat, West (Br), Cientuezos tor Boston; Magdamn (Br), New York tor ft John, N H ; Abhy Wesson, Rock port. Me, for Charleston; Reporter, Bangor for Philadelphia: schre I Jacob D t'askell. Port Johnson lor Boston; Virginia, Je;s.e Wilson, and Wm Walton, Philadelphia tor Boston; Kca Flower, and Dolphin, New York for do; Wave, and Julia K Pratt, Weebawken for do; Charles Dennis, Hoboken for do ; Wenonah, Elizabeth port tor do; a T Kbwland, Kondout for do; Mary Baker, from Atua for do; Anna S March. Port Johnson lor Salem; Walter B Palmer. Philadelphia lor do; Hun! Franklin, Kli/abethport lor do; Annie l? Wilder, New York tor Bangor; Sardinian, and Caroline Knight. Port Johnson lor saco; Electa Bailey. Philadel &hla for Lynn; Adelia T Cohen, (rom Plymouth: Julia R atnage, from do tor Rockland. James Wail, St Michaels, Va, lor Tliomaston; S B Woodbury, Bucksviile, 6C. for Searsport; H S Bridges, New York for Petnbroaei 1 Fannie Hammer. Phiiadeipnla for Nantucket; 8amuel | Nash. Miles River, Va, tor Qulncy Point; H* ' Wiscaisett for Fair Haven, Ct; SAB Small, Khmer, No, for New York; Charter Oak. Gloucester lor do: Rexon, talaistordo; Wm L Abbott, Boston lor Philadelphia; I Emma Green, Boston lor Jacksonville; Watchman, Lln coinville for New Bedford; H 8 Billings, Mt Desert lor New Haven. ? _ _ Also arrived, schrs J B Clayton; and Harmon Curtis, Philadelphia lor Boston; Nettle Cashing, tondout lor ,?j I Boston, Pouirhkeepsle tor do; Neptune, Weehawiken tor do: Mist, Hoboken tor do; J 0 Cottingham, and Juliet, l South Amboy tor do; Olive, Ellzatgthport lor do, Lucy , Jones, Woodnrldge. NJ, 'or do (see Miscellaneous). Also arrived, schrs Meteor (Br), from Phiiludelphia lor St John, NB; Clara Rankin, from R,?" vcrsport; Axenona, from iediort lor Ban|or. Km ! press. Irom do for Hockland: Biltow, from ?outu Amboy I for Thomaston ; Frank, for Philadelphla jor Portsmoulh ; 1 Yoaemite, /Tom Savannah for Damarlsootta, Moun tain i.diirAi for Fort efohosoii for Ml6ni ? Mary Italy, ' from Boston for Philadelphia; Harah Shnbcrt from Lanesvtlle for do; Nellie Brown, from Hallo well; Adele Trudell, Irom Plymouth lor Phil adetohla-Lyra. from Botnaer lot do; Francis Hatch, iroin Soruoe Hoad for do: Llila Rich, from Manchester; Mass, do; Kloka. from Jonesboro for do; Mary, from Baneor lor dreenport; Dreadnaught (Br), from Corn wains NS lor New York; En, trom Boston lor do; Bonny Ives, from Ellsworth lor do; Eddie F lb eat, from ^AUoMrlvedfWalter C Hell, Oregon and Planet. Rock land lor New York; Adria (Br). Sliuler for do; Sea Foam Bangor lor do; Cherub, Gardiner for do; Frances Ellen' Two Rivers, N S, for do; Saxon. Bangor lor Newark. N J; Rndondo, Calais for New Haven; Rio, shuler for Providence; Mary A Rice, Portland for sandv Hook; A Tlrrell. salem for Port Johnson. Also arrived, brigs Memphis (Br), New York for Tar mouth. N8; Arabcil. Chc\erle tor New Haven; schrs Bedabedar. Happanannock River for Boston; Lizzie Herger. and Hattic Baker, Baltimore lor do; o D WltnerelL Philadelphia lor do; Frank B Co.ton. George town, DCtfordo; I. I Knight. Wilmington. NO, for Keo nebunk. W K Barne?, Bangor for New York , Rowena, Calais for do i Exchange. Bath fordo; M M Pete, Bos ton tor Charleston. sailed?Schre Julia K Pratt, Watehman, Westerlos, Owen P Hinds, Jr: A Hatfield (Br), Marv E Smith, John W Hall, Bailie M stedman. and Win L Abbott. waRKHaM, May 19?Arrived, schre B s smith, Snow, New York. sailed?Schre 8 T Wines. Holse. New York ; Argo, Our nev. do. ??t^?? 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