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THE MELANCHOLY DANE.
MAKING POOLk's ISATIsTI OF 4,HAMLKT" A BKBiOCK l'LAY ? MIAKLSPKABL's "UAMLkT" rCKXY IN COM 1* A BISON. A singularly serious performance or a travesty of '?Hamlet" took place at tho I'nlou League Theatre last night?a pcrlortuance so unique in itself and all its sur roundings that it will be loug remembered by all who "asskeled" In It. jhc audience was one of the most Intelligent uua cultivated ever assembled in a place of nmut-otnent iu Ibis city. The actors were all gentle men ol education and refinement. The uatuo ol ouo of the leodtug universitica of tbo country was associated with tho occasion, and wi^li two exceptions the i>or burners wcio all graduates of the uulver" ally. Sweet churny, too, was tho excuse. If not tbe motive lor tbe performance, and the stage was Invoked lor the benefit ol tbe church Tuo tickets ol admission read, "Vato College Dramatic Association will givo a burlesque representation ol'llamlel'lor tbe benefit of the dis pensary of tbe Church of tbe lloly Trinity." It was evideut that peoplo who uevcr went to the play wore the patrous of this eveut. 'the littlo ihoutre was over lull. The ladles and gentlemen In the stalls wcro ex ceptionally well dressed and had paid an exceptionally high price tor their plucos. There was an orchestra, too, amateur, it is true, but exceptionally good ot its klud. The scones abided like real scenes in u roul theatre and peoplo dressed iu imitation of soinothlng or somebody made tboir oxlts and tbeir entrances us if tliey were really players in an actual playhouse, lint hero evoiything similar to any thing over seen beloro ceased entirely. Nothing more Incongru ous can bo imagined. Shakespeare's "Hamlet" Is generally considered a some what serious production, aud oven Mr. Fechtor fails to tuiiko It alto gether tanny, but lor downright lugubnousucss Shukcspeere's production Is uol to be compared with Poolo's. Who 1'oole is only u very bold and reckless uiau would have tho courage to inquire, but l'ooie's travesty might well be mistaken lor tbo original work into which Shakespeare or Hacon or somebody en dcavored to inluso a Utile sweetuos* and light. It was Poole's travesty upon which the scholars ol Vale, In a way so honorable to their uitna mater, expondod their strength una their genius lust night. It is not to be doubted tliut I'residont I'ortor and tho rest ol the laculiy will heartily thuuk them for this evidence ol (heir devotion to their university. It was a charity pcrlormauce, and so it is uut ol tho reach of criticism, a fact winch can scarcely tall to glvo pain to tbo Icurucdpuuditsof vale who taught those young fellows liow to be very serious lor tho amusement of tbo rest of the world. Fortunately thu leporior wus nut ex cluded Irom tho entertainment, aud ho can rolulo as history what it is lorbiddeu to the critic to discuss. Tbo play opened with the stale apartment in thu pal ace 01 the King at Klsiuorc, and Polomus, Laertes and tbo rest of llio courtiers entered us it thoy were party ol one-logged seamen at the Sailors' Snug Har bor illiug Iu to dinner. Thu Ivlug aud Quucu followed, and ihuir motions dullcluusly illustrated those tri angular bcuuites never tullv appreciated by uny ex cept tlie students ol geometry. >o muny right angles us thoy muuc with their arms and legs anil hips were never ween beloro oil the blackboard. Then Uuuilet came. There never was such u brucous fellow. Ho raved aud lore his lialr. Ills eyes liiuy uevcr again resume their uaiurui expression and his mouth vus so completely twisted out of all shape (hat if he looks tlilo the glass tun- morning he won't know his own lace. Every tiling wus done just as Edw in llootli wouldn't huvo aouo it, uua it was not doue as nuybody else could bate douo.it. Yet it was like llootli. lluuipty llumpiy Fox used to toll aslory to tho client that wliou Uooili 'aw him play thu burlesque ol llutulol tbo trugodiun sum so uncertain as to his owu identity that he was fompollod to got somebody to truad on his sorest coru to make out whether or not it was ho who una playing II. If iioolh had seen the burlosquo lust night, which he wus only pruvouied seeing by a previous engage ment ot his own, be would bavu Icit like being trampled upon ull over. And tho gentle Ophelia?she was a churutiug creature. If sho did not muko u hole In the "fiats" in her "Iront scenes" it was wus uol Irom want ol elbow notion. 'But the ghost?be will bo remembered forever aud a day. llo wus a jolly Cood fellow, that was plain to bo soon, but he ad not practised waikiug backward, aud was t little too materialized tor the nurrowuess sf the first entrance, liul even historians like Gibbon ind Macaulay could not enter into the minutest par ticulars ol the events they rotated, unit it is equally impossible In the prcseut case. In cunsoqueucc u must sutlleo to say that some of tho audience had u mistaken idea ol the character of thu performance. Some people Imagined that the evening was to bo one ol jollity, and were surprised to see the play so seri ous. The mistake was natural, perhups, but they bad one beany laugh when tbe ghost annuuueed us an ex cuse lor his baste in tils Interview with Hamlet, "Wo keep good hours in belL " At tbe same tlmo a tremor went over the honso aa If His Satanic Mitjesty's do minions ought never to be spoken ol outside of the pulpit, and llic question will doubtless be roiorrod to the Faculty of Yale, so that It may bo satisfactorily determined whether tbo Alumni ol tho university may use tbo word in a serious play by l'oole outrageously burlesqued by Shakespeare. MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC NOTES. Mr. Eilwtn Booth plays lago at tho Lyceum matinee to day. It U ono of his strongest rules. The Gungl Sextette, Irou Muuicii, give a concert at Bleiuuray Hall on Sunday evening. This afternoon "King l.ear" will he played for the last time at booth's Theatre, and In the evening Mr. Lawrence Barrett will make his uppcarunce as lUchard 111. Mr. Adolph NoucnJorfl bas'a symphony programme of rare Inlorest for the Ucrmanla Theatre on Sunday evening. The New York Oratorio Society give the "Mosslah" at Steiuway Hall on Christmas ovcuing. The director' Dr. Dumroscb, has given tho metropolis of Americas vocal society worthy of it. The Anon Society glva their second concort thi evening at their hall in St. Mark's place. The pro gramiuo Is of grand dimensions, such as might b expected irotn such a profound musician and capabl director as l>r. Leopold Damroscb. "The American," to be produced at the Filth Avenue Theatre next week, will present James Lewis as the American, Mr. Coghlan as the Iiuko and Miss Joffroya Luwis, Miss Davenport, Mrs. Gilbert, Miss Nunez, Mr Charles Fisher and Mr. Brougham In the other charao tors. Mr. Charles A. Crosby, the business msnagor of tbe Kellogg English Opers Company, says that thosucoessof Ihcaoaron in tne West, notwithstanding tho hard times, encourages Miss Clara Louise Kellogg to make a stret.* nous effort to establish English opera ou a permanent basis in New York. Mr. Theodore Thoiuas brought his magnificent or. abesira over to Brooklyn yesterday for tho last robear saltor tbe Urst concert of the Philharmonic Society across tbe river. Tbe Brooklyn opera house was crowded to its utmost capacity. The concert takot place to-night. Tho programme Is as follows:?Boct boven's Seventh symphony, funeral march from tho "Twilight of tho Gods" (Wagner's Trilogy), Weber's "Invitation it la banse," with selections by Mint. Schiller and the Swedish vocal qaarieL Mr. Cbarlos Jeroms llopklus announces the following remarkable programmes In behalf of his Orpbeon festivals: ?the "Cbristmastide," appointed for Friday evening, January 12, 1877, at Chicksring Hall, is to consist of a brilliunt aeries of tableaux, Illustrating tbe nativity ol our Lord, aftor the great masters?Halftone, Corregto, Dobsou, Mullor, Deger, Portaols, Pouasln aud others? with music interspersed, sn exhihitlou nevor yet equalled in New York lor combined artistic trutbtul nets and poetic beauty, at appropriate to the season. The Eastertide is to consist or tiic grand orchoatral and choral church service, with three choirs, two or gans, solo voices and harp, which created such an ex citement last April at Triuity chapel, in New York; and tbe Bprlngtide la to be a new dramatlo oratorio ("Samuel"), composed by Jerome Hopkins and per formed with full dresses, scenery, Ac., at the Academy ?f Music, dales to bo giveu in future. COLLEGIANS IN DEBATE. The Cl'.onisn and Pbrenocosraian societies of the Col lege of the City of Now York held tbeir Orel Joint meeting for tbia year last evening, in tlio chapel ot the college. The College Glee Club leut their cdoris to increaoo tho enjoyment of tho occasion. Tho au dience, numbering uboat 600, testified, by their re peated applause, their appreciation of tbe various ex ercises presented. Tho exercises opened with readlug of the Scriptures by Mr. Tlflt, President of tbe I'bretiocosniian, and explanatory remarks by Mr. Wilson, of tbs Clioniati. Mr. .Mc William declaimed "Paul Kevere's Ride ' with food effect. Mr. K. Y". Cohen read an omy on Charles uiub. A debate loliowed by Messrs. Loth uud Wil son on too side of Ciiouia, slid Messrs. Hunter and Uurebard on that of Phrcnecoamia, on the question, "Has Germany done more for the present civilization ol tho world ibnn Francer" The audience displayed ?iwch interest iu the result of the debate. Prolessor Werner, the reieree, declared that the Judges were wnable to decide between Messrs. Loth sad Uurebard ?a to merit, out that by drawing lots the prise, a hand aomo edition ol Halian'a Works, wan awarded to Mr. ??V*f fllmans THE GASLIGHT GAMES. SECOND MoHT OF TUE POLO PLAY1XO AMD TBOTT1NO AT GILMUIlE'li OAUDKN. Playing In the match game of |?>U> belwoen lbs California and Boston clubs was resumed last evening ut (Itlinure's Uarden bofuro 3,000 persona, tally ooe llilrd being ladies. At the given signal both aides rode into Uio tourae, the Uosionntns aligning thomeelves along tho Fourth avenue goal, while ibetr opponents prepared to uelond the Madison nveuue stronghold. Mr. Biussou, nm| ire, tossed the ball in tho air a tew miuutes alter eight o'clock, when I lie charge urea made. The red cup?, or Boston club, endeavored to reach it In advance of the blues, or Call lorniana, but were unsuccessful, oaCanllo, alter Mor. guu missing, sent it spinning dangerously near the rods' fortress by a loag hit, and Mowry, helping the good intention, guvo the ball unother terrific rap, when it rolled awlltly through the roda' goal in just 16 seconds, the Bostons being left entirely In the cold. This brilliant piece ot play was loudly cheered by the spectators. Coals were now changed, and the ball ouco more tossed to tho centre ol tho course. Morgan, of the California!!?, first reached the sphere and gavo it a decided rap; bnt the Boatons wore warming to their work, una, Fuller being well backed by two or ibrce men, tbey occasioned the blues soma truublo; but Curlllo worked the ball from the mast of noracs' feet, and, brilliantly striking it in one two order at full gallop, shot It again home, scorlug the second goal for the Culllorumu*. Time, 30 seconds Shortly ultor the Hum lltno the ball was tossed, the llo.tons lought Willi great pluck and much Judgment. They soon knocked It over tho Callforuiuu s line out side tho limits, then acquitted themselves creditably In au exciting wWe>, In which one ol tho reds vvus un sealed aud sticks were lost, aud, llnully working to gether better than daring previous play, sent the bull through tno Culllornla's ports, giving them their Urst goal. The spectators rewarded the Bostons with loud cheers. Time, 3m. The fourth luiung was marked by akiltul and exciting play. There wore llirco miUet and und u battle ol aticksoccurred, during which Cartllo's was wrested frotn his grasp, but bo re gained it Instantly without dismounting. Faber, of the Calltorulus, drove tho bull through tho Bostons' goal in 2 m. 30s. Tho fifth goal was also secured by tho bluos, Curillo sending lite sphero home In u magnillcent rnanuer by outriding all the others and rupping It six times In succession. This pity was the best that had been scon and brought loud applause Irniu all sections ol the building. The sixth goal was won in gallant style by the Bostons. Alter showing lino individual play they got tho bust of a mi Ire aud lluyt In 2in. 30s. ' had tho ball spinning homo through the blue's posts. The seventh, eighth aud ninth goal* fell lo the Culiloiuiu club. Morguu made the seventh in 16 seconds; Curillo the eighth in 'Jin. 30a. This goal was blltorly contested, but when really wanted Curillo was on hand and with tbr<-c running shots did the business iu capital shape; tho ninth was ulso credited lo Curillo, who mudo a double hit in lull career 07cr the course, this occupy ing 4 uilti. 46 sec. The Bostons captured tho tenth goal, despite the combined play ot Mowry and Carlllo to prevent them scoring. Cuptaiu Fuller soul tho bull spinning over the chalk lino Inside of limits lu 2 rnin. 46 sec. The next three goals were taken by tho Calliornias. The eleventh in twcnty-llvo seconds, Morgan and Mowry being closely ussociuted with the downfall; tho twelfth fell to Curillo'* unerring aim and vigorous arm in ltu. 06s., and tl.o thirteenth to Morgan m 3m. 3D*. Tune vvus culled ut Ibis juncture, and the clubs were re luctantly parted with b the spectators. Tho Bostons ore improving, uud by this evening they may give tho Calliornias more trouble than tney bargained lor. There have been 10 goals played, the score now stand ing?California. 10; Boston, 3. The cup will bo pre sented to tho winners to-ulght. The Pillowing ure the s des;? CAUKOKNIA CLClt?tlLl'S* Nell Mowry (Captain), It. J. Carlllo, U. N. Morgan, S. Faber. HOHTOX CLl'll?KKU. F. A. Fuller (Captuiu), A. C. Colby, Charles lloyt, Joseph Phillips, Flunk l'rue, James Uyun. TilK TUOTTIXti KVKST. The trotting event, purse of $lt?0, for horsos that never beat 2:46, brought out live starters. Peter Muuce's bay mure Fllrtuuon, ridden by ?. H. Doty, won the iaco ul'ter four beat-. Tho favorite Silvortail was badly beutou. Sumo of tbe spirited struggles for the lead created much excilomont among tho lairor portion of the audience. aVMMAUY. GiLtioitr.'s Gait nix, Nkw Yobk, Friday Kvexixo, Dkc. 16, 1870 l'urse, $100, for horses that nevor boat 2:46; mile beats; three in five, uuder saddle; weight and disluocu barred; $00 lo the first, $26 to tho second, aud $16 to the third horse. Peter Mauco's b. m. Flirtation (Doty) 2 111 Voorheos h Co.'s b. m. Florence Scannoll (Sanlord) 13 4 4 John Huzloti's b. g. Fitzgerald (Kogers).... 6 2 3 2 William K. Weeks' w. m. Sllvoriuil (Weeks) 3 4 2 3 Dr. Heard's b. in. Annie (Crounin) 4*6 6*6 Time, 2:642:53>4?2;5??2:41. * Set back fur running. OMTUARY. JAXE9 A. HABDIE, IN8PKCTOB GENERAL UNITED STATES A11 MY. A telegram lrom Washington, D. C., and*.* date of tbo loth Inst., report* as follows:?"Inspector General James A. llardie, L'nltcd Stuies Army, died at bia resi dence in tbia city laat evening, lie was a native of New York and a graduate of tbo Military Academy at West Point." The acceuaea ottlcer studied aa cadet at tbe West Point Military Academy lrom tbc lal of Sep tember, lsa'.i, to the lat of July, in tbo year 1843, when bo wu* graduated and promoted to tbe army aa brevet second nontenant in tne First artillery. He served on garrison during a year, Iron) 1843 to 1844. lie was llicu appointed asslstuni proleaaor of geogra phy, history and ethics at tbe West Point Acudumy (1844) and was cominiaalouod aa aecond lieutenant in uiu Third artillery on the 28ih of May, 1840. During the war with Mexico be aerved aa major in the First rcglmont ot New York Volunteer* from tbo lat ol August, 1840, to tbo 20th of October, 1848, die playlnir groat bravery, lie wue connuieeiouod llrel lieutenant of tbo Tbird artillery on tbe 3d ofMarcb, 1847. aud aerved tu barracks at San Franciaco, Cel., in tbe year* 1848-49. Returning, be waa stationed in bar racks lu Connecticut, Missouri aud many otber States. He was commissioned captain tu the Third regiment ol artillery ou tbe 3th of October, 1837. In this ca pacity bo saw much service on Ironiiurduly m Califor nia with tho Spokaav expedition, !u tbe year 1838, being engaged in lb# battle on Spogaue Plain, W. T., September 3, in tbe same year. He waa stationed at Fort Vancouver, W. !., in 1800-01, and was acting assistant udjutunt guuerol ot the Deparluicut of Orogou from July 3, 1800, to May 2, 1801. He was then transferred to tbe Filth regiment of artillery. He served in the war ol the rebellion as aide-de-camp to Geueral McClellau lrom tbc month of September, 1801. to tbo 101b ol March, 1802, and was made lieu tenant colonel ol stall. His promotion, well deserved, was onward subsoi|Ueiilly, until be was commiaslouod inspector general ol the uritiy, In charge ol the otllce at Wasbiuglou. On tho 24th ol March, 1804, he was tu ado a brevet brigadier general ol the L'uilcd Stales Army "lor distinguished and lalthlul services during the rcbolliuu." It will thua bo seen that a valuable and hnuured officer lias been removed iroin I lie, to the great griel of his compaiiioua tu arms and tho deep re gret oi hi* oouuirymcn at large. IRA ALLEN LIDBY. Ira Allen Libby, who died at his residence, No. 184 Reinsen street, Brooklyn, last Thursday, lu tbe aixty fourth year of his age, waa born in Straflord county, New Hampshire. in later yeura he became con nected with i ho dry good a firm ol Clark, Libby A Co., ol New York, but became bankrupt in tho panic ol 1837. He tnen retired to tne privacy oi private lile CAPTAIN OEOBOE PAUL. A despatch lrom Boston announces the doatb of Cap> tain George Paul, tho veteran shipbuilder ol New England, at his home in Med way, Mas*. Mr. Paul got a severe fall aomo mouths ainec, lrom which be con tracted paralysis, which resulted lu bia doatli. He waa nbout seventy years of age and hod retired from busiuesa for some > ears. LOST IN TLiE PINKBIK8. NABBOW ESCAPE FUOlf THE TERRORS Ot ST A fi t's HON AND WINTER. [From tho Stevons Point (Wis.) Journal, Dec. 10.] On last Tuesday morning two Frenchmen, Peter Ducro and Joseph Bui lor, both unaccustomed to the woods, started from the Big Flambeau to look up n homestead. Expecting to return in a lew hours, they acquainted dodo with their Intended trip, aud a* they did not return to their hoardiug place they were sup posed to huve goue dowu the road to Phillips'. On Friday alieruoou, howevor, a settler living near ob served Deuro staggering toward iho house, and think ing be was merely under the lulluence of liquor, bo gun laughing ul his woe-begouo looks. Ducro entered ibe house aud seated himself by tho stove, and hut strange action* aud general helplesaness Induced tbe lx ya lu ino house lo givo him a closer examination. Ho was bristling all over with icicles, in souio places over three inches long, and where his pantaloons en ured his boot.- the Ite was Use or six inonss thick, ino lirsl words he spoke were, "Hoys, I never ex pected to see you again." They asked him why, slid lie told Ihein that he had been lost In the woods since Tuesday, and that tsutlor was stilt there. They were greatly astonished, of course, and at tbe same time greatly Concerned with regaru to the valety ol ItulUr, and a party was nrsnniseo lo go Into the country at once. Lanterns were procured, and they hack-tracked Ducro ail that night aud the holiday, and dually luuud where he had separated lrom Butler. On Sunday they resumed tbn search. ?ad la the afiaraoon discovered Butler sitting on a log Ho bad succeeded In taking off one ol hi* boots, and was Irving to uk* off bis pauis. as bu said be couidu't walk last enough with them on. Tbey brought Iniu eat. and, with the exception of his tons' being slightly Irezeu, and the banks ol bis bands, lie was lo all ap pearances seemingly as well as ever physically, though sadly demoralized in bia mind, liucro had hoth iMt badly frozen, aud will go down lo-morrow lo bu doc tored. Ho had on Sue calfskiu boots, hut no socks, and hia sufferings most havu been terrible. Butler, on ihu contrary, was well aud warmly clad, and was able to stand it two days and one nlsht longer than liucro, and then came out in butter condition. They seem lo believe they met lots ol people, and saw lota ol bouses and camps, aud that every one was mean to tlieui. and would not let tbuiu coiuo in und warm. Butler said, '-Why 1 stayed ull night at a camp, and tbero were luriy-iive uicn and Ultcon women. Tbe women all stood in tbo corners, and the men wouldn't let me sleep or warm myself, and in tbo morning I ollerod them $1 60 for a ploco of bread as lurgo as my hand, and tbey said they noeded all their bread, and wouldn't give me any." Liucro imagined be was lu a city, and could see tbe men drinking and playing billiards, and one man wus lying on a lied, and liucro thought bu tried to get in the bed, and every time be did so Hie man kicked hira out. Tbo tacts lu tbe case uro these:?He wandered Into a windlall, and tbe upturned routs be took for bouses, aud there are marks <>( his lists where ho |>ouuded upon their (as be supposed) doors. He walked buck and lortb all nigbt beside a largo piue that bad fallen aud wns upheld bv Its roots in such a way that it was about on a level with bis head, and that was what he sup* posed was ihu bed and man lu it, aa there are more tbuu lllty prints ol his haDds in the snow on top of the tree, made by btin In endeavoring to got into tbe bed (as lio supposed). Tbey cau both consider themselves extremely lucky, as had not Ducro wandered out by cbauce both be and Butler would have porisbed miserably, aug none been the wiser. It should prove a lorriblo warning to peo ple going into llio woods without compass, matches and uxr, lor otbora may not be us lucky us even the un lucky Freuehuiou. RACING AT NORFOLK, VA. Nobkolx, Dec 15, 1870. Tbo Campostilla races were well attended to-day, and tbe track was lu better condition than on yester day. TUB FIRST BACK, for the Portsmouth Stakes, dash of five furlongs, for two-year-olds, was very exciting aud closely contested, the leading borsds coming In so nearly even that It was difficult to decide which bad won the race. Alter homo deliberation the judge* decided tbo race lu tavor ol llosworiti, with Tumptco second and Flora third. THK SKCOBU UAl'g, for tbe Morrissctt Stakes, dash of tlvo furlongs, lor three-year-olds, wns closely contested and wus woo by l.udy Clipper, with King lleo second and Flora third. TDK TUIKO BACB was u mile dosn. for all ages, sud was the best of the day. The horses got off well and run tbo first half miio pretty closely together, and varying In their po sitions until un coming urouud the second itnie, when tbuy all mado a magnificent dash lor tho lead, Caro line, by u splendid effort, came in the winucr, wltn Gerald second, Bay Hum third and Lady Clipper fourth. THE ENGLISH CREWS. Syuacctsk, Hoc. IS. 1876. Captain Ostrom, ol tbe Cornell crew, has received official notification ol tho declination of tho English crows to row the proposed four-oared race on the Thames >u August. A NEW BOAT CLUB. At a meeting of tho National Boat Club, organized recently, tho following named goutfouieu were unani mously elected officers for tbo ensuing year:?l'rosl deni, H. A. Cohen; Seciotary, Waller X. Lawrence, Treasurer, 11. llruun; Captain, K. Htldreib; Coxswain, K. 0. Porlsmorc. CURLING. Great preparations are being made by the curling clubs ol Jersey City, Newark ana Peterson for the ap proaching mulch between New York and New Jersey. Tbe mutch took place last year at Huiodon, near Pater sou, und was wou by New Jersey. The match this your will take place at Prospect Park. ANOTHER HANDBALL CHALLENGE. Nkw Yokk, Dec. 15, 187ft. To tub Fditou or tub Hbualo:? 1 will play a match at handball agalBst any player In the United Slates, except my brother, Bernard or Philip Casey, lor from $50 to $250 a side?man and money ready at No. 404 Madison street at any moment. Hoping that somo of the amateurs or professionals will accept this, 1 remain, yours respectfully, A. J McQUADE. GBKEN'S DEVOE-TED F1UEND GONE. Ococrol Joshua If. Varlon, commanding the Third brigade, National Guard,wag yesterday appointed Super intendent of Market* by Conaplrollor Kelly, ia placo of Tboniug K. Devoo. SHIPPING NEWS OCEAN STEAMEB&. MTU OV DEPARTURE PROM >1* TORE POR THE MOMTBE or OkCKMUKK AND J AX t'AUT. Sleitm-.r. Brllwuuic Ei unco Spain \* caer Ethiopia.......... Can ail a Elytia MM. Baiuvta W A Schoilen Gellert Mate of lu.iiuua. Cityoi Berlin Sk-vi,,-1 t Iciurla V Kliolti Wyoming Aby ssfiiia I'oiumeruntu Male oli't-nn'a.... Auglla Helvetia Bolivia Mosel Celtic Labrador Dakota..... Russia Stievia Vaa> Adriatic. City ul Cheater ... England Alsslla. I Ider City of Richmond. .Serif*. | DmlimltivH Dec 10. Liverpool.. Dec 10. Havre Dec 10. Liverpool Dec 10. Bremen Dec 10. Glasgow. .. Deo 111. Lon- on.... Dec 10. Loudon Dec 11). Liverpool.. Dec 2D. Liverpool. Dec 21. Rotterdam. Dec 21. Hamburg. Dec 21 . ?lu*/ow... Doc 23. Liverpool.. Dec 23. Liverpool.. Dec 23 Glasgow.... Dec 23 Bremen.... Deo 2". Liverpool.. Dec 27. Liverpool.. Irec 2*. Hamburg.. Doc -X. Glasgow.... Dec 3-). Loudou Dec :io. Liverpool.. Dec 30. Glasgow . Dec 3D. Bremen ... Dec 30. Liverpool . Dec 3U. Havre J an 2, Liverpool . J an 3. Liverpool.. Jan 4. Hamburg.. .1 an 4. Rotterdam Jan ?. Liverpool . Jan 0. Liverpool.. Jau O. Liverpool.. Jan li. Glasgow... .1 an 0, Bremen Juu 13. Liverpool.. |Jen 13. | lla\ r-s 37 Broadway 55 Broadway OH Broadway :I Bowling Green 7 Bowling Uroeu dil Broadway 7 Bowling Green 2U Broadway 4 Bowling Gieen 50 Broadway ul Broadway i- Hrone w ar 15 Broailway IW Broadway 7 Bowling Green 2 Bowbug Green 2D Broad way 4 Bowline Green dl Broadway 72 Broudwar 7 Bowling Green till Broadway Bowling Green ?J Bowling Green 37 Broadway 5 > Broadway .11 Broadway 4 Bowling Green ill Broadway 51 > Broadway 37 Broadway Hroadwar 1%) Broadway howling Green 3 Bowling Green Ift Broadway j55 Broadway ALMANAC FOR NEW YOUK?THIS DAY. ?nt axdmoox I nion water Ban Tines 7 18 | Got. Island......uto 0 01 Sun sots.... 4 34 j Sandy Hook eve 8 16 Moon sets eve i 07 | Hell Gate........ eve 10 46 l'ORT OF NEW YORK, DF.C. 15, 1876. AlUtlVALS. REPORTED 8T TBI HERALD STRAM YACHTS AED HERALD W1HTESTONE TELEORAPH LIRE. Steamer Bataile (Br), Moulaiid. Liverpool Dec 2, with inuse and S3 passengers to C G Erancklyn, Had strong W and XIV galea all the pauaga; Dvc 12. lat 42 3D. Ion 55 15 W, exchanged slgnaU with a Conard steamer hound ra-t. Meamer Gellert (Ger), Harendi, Hamburg Nov 20, via Havre Dec 2. with uidae and 14H passengers to Kuuhardt A Co. Had strong weatarly galea ail vlie passage; Ilea 11, lat 44 35, loa 51, paaaed an Allan steamer bound act. 8 learner Vaderland (llrlgi. Handle. Antwerp Nov 20, with mdse and 20 paaaengara to G W Colton. Had heavy XIV galea Steamer Benefactor, lonea. Wilmington, SO, 3 daya, with tndre l?WaP Clyde A fit Steamer Richmond. Kelly, Ulchuiond, with mdae to tha Old Dominion Bteemehipl <v Ship Hotauiat lot tdv-rpooli, Longridge, Calentta Aug 7. with mdae to I'eabudy . A ilue k Co. I'aaaed Capo of Good Hope Oct 4: crossed the Luuator Oct 27, in leu 3D 30; had line weather to Ion 65. theme strong W and N W galea; waa on the coaat fur the la>t So daya, with etroag NW galea Dec II. wea off lira Island, and look a aeaty 51W gale, laat ing 24 lionre: waa drivau >K 73 mlloe. ship J I* Wheeler. Thompson. Uailou 7uday*, with aagar to Go-aler k Co; vessel to W'm Nelson. Waa 21 daya waat of Bermuda, with strong NW galea : carried away loia aod inalntupgallant uaate. and lost and apllt aalla. llark Crono (Anal, nterk, Newry 00 daya. In hallaat In Slocovlcb k Co. Had heavy weatarly winda; Nov 13. had a heavy NW gale, laating seven hours; carried away nalsxen topniast, and loat and split sails. Bark Boleyleg (Nor), Aaderson, Grimatad 90 daja, in ballast to Meckam k Hoycaen. Hurk Camil la dtaD, Castellano, Antwerp 82 daya, with mdto to Kuucli. Edye A Co. Waa 20 daya waat of Ber muda, with strong NW galea Hark Charley (Hr), Robinson, Rotterdam 09 daya, in bal last to C W Berlaux. nark Morning Star, Slaaon. Inagna 15 days, with salt te WavdcllACo. Hark Ntary C llals (of Ellsworth). Iliggins Havana II davs. with sugar to order | vessel to B V Metcalf k Co. Bark Evening Mar (Br), Chick, Cardenas 7 days, with 'sugar, Ac, to Wavdull A Co. Brig C K Burgess vol Windsor. NX), McHrlde. London 43 days.ln ballast to C W Hcrtaux. Came the middle paaaage and had moderate weather. Brig Beta (Ger), Haaaon, RioJauelro 77 days, with Coffee to Uosaler A Co; vessel to Punch, Edye A Co. Crossed tha Kguator Get 23. In Ion 3D; waa 4u daya alnce IIrat pass ing Hatlaraa. having been driven back by NW galea and hurricanes ; lost and apllt aalla Brig Ella (ol Nassau), Leitrn. Kin Grande do Xul 71 days, with Iddrs. Ac, to Oolrichs A Co. crossed the Kt|ueter Get 2?., In Ion 34 25; been north ol llaltoraa loi 20 days, with galea Iron NW Idowiug continuously: Nov 2*. lat 34, Ion OH 40, apoka schr Ban, from Bilbos lor New Vurk. IIU date out; Dec 7, south ol Cape llatteras. bars il'ort). troiu Oporto lor Naw York, 77 daya out, and aupplisd ber with provisions. Brig Ambrose Light. Bcbwarta, Pensacola 15 days, with lumber tc tbs New Haven Lumber Cunipnuy. where aha Is bound. bchrJohnU krana (of Wellffeat), Pitcher, Rotterdam AEdava. with mdaa to Brat*, has A (las Cases tha middle | und had strong wiMrljr ftltii carried away mala i boom. Jibbootu Hud fore *lf. I (tebr Virginia Kulou. Kuion.Pars 47 dart,with rubber, aula, i Ac. Ill G A III.luck A l,'u; i??-ol to B J Weuberv. CruasaO tlia ! K<|u>vtor Oct ?>. lu lou 48 07; was 27 day* north of llatleras | witii NW rales; lost and split iniii sail*. Ki'lir Frank Atwood, Mrysu. Msyagues 13 days. with fruit to Win 1 inn*:lain. Schr A I" Emerson (of Bueksoort), Emerson, Havana JO da.vt. wllli sugar, Ac to A Muditeli. Sclir I *eou ?*, Ii onion. Corpus Chrisll 27 days, with hide** ami tvool tu J II Urowcr. Had heavy W aud XW gales the laat 15 d-ty*. Schr Clara Woodluiuss, Crniaa. Brazos Hamlago 27 days, with hidca and wool to Woodhou*e A Baud. Uae had heavy westerly gales for the laat 15 day*; loat and aplit an entire suit of talis. Kchr Nelly I'otter. Howard. Washington, NC. 4 days, with naval atoriia to W K llimuaii. Schr J O Wright. Scull. Richmond. Va. Sclir llattie Coombs. Illvhop. liictlluoud, Va. hilir W 1* Cox, Austin, Vlrtrlnla. .s,11r two Marys, Crowley. Virginia. ischr Carrie Holmes. Aniiing. Georgetown. DC. Htlu II It Hedges, smith, Georgetown. DC, for Sew Ha ven. ? p jr-Stoaiuer Canada (Br), frmn imudon. arrived 14th. report*Dec 1, lat 40 44, Ion 2H4C. paaaod ship Abeona ? Ur<, troiu Ulaayow for New York: 2d, lat 49 Ud, Ion 2ti 57. a bark-rigged steamer, with rad funnel abalt mainmast, bound eaet; same day, lat 48 2U, lou -ji) St, a National Una steamer, do; UHh, lat 41 14, Ion 5U 32, a National steamer, supposed tue Franco iHrl. hence tor Liverpool; 11th. lat 4"27, Ion "Oil, bark Scout (Br), bouud . with lou ot forotopmaat. Jlbboum. foreysrd aud loretopaail yard, star b.mid now badly dialed: desired no assistance; 12th, lat 4<> *'i7, lou 64 14, steamer The Queen (Br), hence lor .Liver pool. PARSED THROUGH HELL GATE. * BOUND SOUTH. Steamer George Washington. Whitehead. St Johns, X f via Halltax fur New York, with uidae aud pasaemrers to Clark A Seaman. Steamer CUy ot Pitchbnrg. Springer, Now Bedford tar Xew Yore. Steamer Klectra. Younir. Providence for New York. Schr d P Wrljhl. Boston lor New Yurk. Schr Jas Purier, Porter, New Loudou fur Xew York. Schr Kate Kallahau, Avery. New London fur Now York. Schr W II Van Kauio, (trover. New Haven lor Xew York. Schr I, A Tulles. Day. (Sreenwlcb lor New York. Schr Haie.Mc.Naiuee. Uroenwich for New York. Schr Mail, Mean, liroeuwlcla for New tors. Rktobxsd?Bark Emilia (Nor). Slmonten, hence Dee 3 for Qucenatiiwu with a cargo ol slate, having sprung aleak when abont HD) miles east of Sandy Ifook, the vessel mak ing 5 luetics of water per hour, requiring all hands to be kept at the pumps; went Into Xew Bedford, but there being no means to repair at that i>ort was towed here by tug 11 W Edye. BOUND LAST. Steamer Eleanors. Johnson. New York for Portland. Bark Maggie M (Br) Peck, New York lor Londou. Schr J 11 Allen, Kandall. New Yurk for Gibraltar. Schr Jcnule 0 lingers. Rogers, Xew York for Boston. Schr Veranda, Pond, New York tor Providence. Schr Win ltlce, Presey, New York lor Rocklaud. Scbr Keyatouo. Mitchell. Xew Yurk for Boston. Schr Joiin S Parker, Parker, Xew York lor Providenca. Scbr P A Bailey, Bailey, New York tor Boston. Schr Pochussott. Brsekutt, iloboken for Providence. Schr Josaph Hall, Hamilton, Hoboken for Xew London. Schr Geo (.Ilium. Pease, Hoboken for Portland, Ct. Schr W 11 Darling, Cltttou, Hoboken tor New Bedford. schr A K Woodward. Woodward. Hobokeu for Fall ltlver. Schr Mary Stow, Bacon, iloboken for Providence. Schr coduakl. Hoboken tor Providenca. Schr S and I Oakley, Newman, Weehawken for Provi dence. scbr Sarah Bruen, Smith, Port Johnson for Providence. Schr Astoria, Port Joliusoti for Boston. Sclir Zoe. Getcbcll, Auibuy lor Providence. Schr Jennie <! Russ, Norton, Ainboyfur Providence. Schr John Slusmau, Brown, Ueorgelowu, DC, for Now Haven. Schr Daniel Stlllman, Kelly, Baltimore for Xew Havan. Schr Marcus A Davis, Baldwin, Philadelphia for Boston. BELOW. Bark Caro, Gay, from Pro,-rosso. CLEARED. Steamer Britannic (Br), Thompson, Liverpool via Queene town?IIJ Curtis. Steamer Elysia (Br), McRitchie, London?Henderson Bros. Steamer Australia (Br). Sldey. London?Henderson Bros. Steamer Somerset (Br), Western, Bristol. E?W D Mor gan. Steamer Assyria (Br), Donaldson, Glasgow?Henderson Bros. Mcimcr Ethiopia (Br). Craig. Glasgow?Henderson Bros. Sleaiuer Fi-auce (Pr>. Trudelle. Havre via Plymouth? Louis de Bcbiau. Steamer City of Dallas, Iiinos, Feruandlna via Port Royal, SC?C 11 Mallory A Co. Ship Hudson, Knight. London?Grinncll. Mlnturn A Co. liurk llnndu (Br). Stollery, Adelaide ^Australia)? Arkell, Tufts A Co. Bark Kdward D Jowctt (Mr), Mulmqulst, Loudon?Seam mell Bros. Bark hstella, Poole. Bristol, E?Brett, Son A Co. Bark F I, Carney, Jackson, Dubllu?R Murray, Jr. Bark Excelsior, Eddy. Leghorn?J T B Maxwell, llrig.) W Huut, Hunt. Progreso. Max?Thebuud Bros. Brig Jose E More, Carlisle, Sagua la Grande?Waydell A Co. Schr Uutli Robinson, Roxers. Rio Janeiro and Seutoe? Thus Norton A Co. Schr Lena M CoUlngham, Oulten, Barbados?Jones A Lough. Schr Flora Condon. French, StJego (Cuba)?F H Smith A Co. Schr J W Dean (Br), Patten, Canning, NS?C W Bor taux. Sclir lludeon (Br), McRae. St John, NR?C W Bertauz. Scbr Marcus Edwards, Pearson, Jacksonville?Warrea Rav. ? Schr S W Townsend, Townsoud. Savannah?Slaght A Petty. Schr Lltlle Falkenburg, Falkenburg, Baltimore?Wm Chalmers. Schr E A Bertie, Johnson. Chester, Pa?Van Brant A Bra. Scbr J C Rogers, Flsteher, Boston?Chns Twlng. sloop Mlnaeho. Jurvis, Xew Haven?National Freight and Lighterugu Co. SAILED. Steamer CUy ot Dallas, tor Fcrnandlna, Ac; barks After tjeruen (Nor). Cork ; Icarus (Bi); do or Falmouth; Ltdskjalf (Nor), Newcastle; Posiedon (Xor), Limerick; J E Hoi brook, Plymouth aud Kxmouth; Jeanie (Hri, Penarth Roads; Angola (ltal), Aucona; Camilla, Anjer; Seaward (Bri, (frou. Loudon); brigs Josie C Uaseltine, Bris tol; Ubaldfna (Uri, Uio Janeiro: Chas A Sparks, Havana; Mary U Peuuell. Caibarien; Rachel Coney, Campcche. II Ind at sdnset, W: at midnight. SSW. Barometer at sunset, 3J.U4: at midnight, 29.84. MARITIME MISCELLANY Stiahii CisriiX (Br),n Baltimore from Liverpool, en couuterod tbe recent gale when 80 mile* from Halifax, anil for 3tl Hour* eudured II* fury, ller deeli* were covered with tee, end the cold wax inteuae. The storm lasted from Sat urday to Sunday evening. with bllnuiug squalls of snow. Tbe steamer, however, sustainod no materia* damage. Suir Ciucasxiav (Br), ashore off Hrldgehamptou. LI, re mained in au easy position 1**1 yoslerdav, with lour reet of water in the hold. The cargo Is being discharged, and tbere is a good prospect of saving tbe vessel. Bkii; Elds (Gor). Eessel. Irora New York Nov 11 for Ham burg, bat put tuto ?t Thomas dismasted. Uuiu karuiiAXSA, of and from l'rlnce Edward's Island for Philadelphia, put Into Newport yesterday In distress and reports encountered tbe late gale Dec U iu lat HU Its, Ion 7u SO. and lust main boom, foretupgallantmast. foretopsail, staysail, stove aud boat; the sgylights of the cabin were also broken In. the eabin ffiled with water aud the vessel spruug aleak. Wednesday morning fell la with the a recked sehr Annie Jones, Jones master (of st George, Me), Iron New Brunswick, Me, with lumber, tor New Yora: proceeded to ter assistance as well as our disabled couditlou would permit and found her captain aud lour men lashed ou tbe top of the boose; took them off and brought them to port.fiCaptain Jones, of the schooner, states that he took a heavy gale from tbe north west last Saturday, spruug a leak, and Bndlug lis could not free her, cut awey both masts. Immediately she tilled up aud her decks were swept. tie was In the after cabin; the rott of the crew were In the cabin. One John Logau, col ored. was drowued before they could eel him out. James Hayden died soon alter he got out from exposure. The mate got out through the skylight. Tbey were on the wreck four days and bad nothing to eat save soine molasses. ' When tbey were taken off the inain rail was undor w ater and the bulwarks were washing away. Thoy could not have remained ou her one hour longer. (The A J was :Mti tons register, and was built at rerun's Harbor, Me, iu 1871.| StuB Mauy J Wskp. Ward, Irom Calais for Philadelphia, In Saturday's gale. In lat .Hi 2.'i and loll 7U N, was dismasted and lost part ol her dcekload James Moore, seamau. was washed overboard and drowned. On Monday tbe crea- and passengers were tak<n Irom the vessel by (he Ultlume, of Lockport. Captain William Wlcklus, Iron Prince Kd ward's Island lor New York. Tbe Lilslumo arrived at New Loudon Hoc 14. Scan PAi.kSTi.vg, llowe, from Smith A in boy. at Newport 1Mb. during (he gale ol the Uth stove boat, carried away headgear, broke hawser pipe aud received other damage. Sena PAVMlk E Shaw, from St Mary*. Ua. for Baltimore, before royortod ou her way to Norfolk, after being ashore at Cape Henry, arrived there Hee 14. Shu Is slightly dam aged. Sena Jonx A Curtis, from Richmond for Philadelphia, arrived at Lewes, Hel. I'M 15tn. and reports was up to Cape Ilculopen ou the Uth aud was blowu off. Lost malusail aud jib. hciitt C W I.KWts. Melntyre, from Boston for Savannah, at Newport 15lb, during tbe heavy NW gale of the tttii. iu lat St*, lou HU Hi. lost mainsail, spanker, forostaysail, stove bulwarks and water casks and suilered other aeiuagc. Scnu Avx K CaaLL?Captain Tyler, of tut* vessel, before reported lost ou I .ergo Cay. Cuba, took a yawlbuat front there to Cirntuegos. where he chartered the brig l'erces Linukluy to take tbe cargo aud wrocked material of the schooner to New York. They wore 30 oaye on the brig, vv hou, on the I lilt of .December, gotting short of provi sions and encountering a gale in which the brlw's Bails were lust, they put Into Hatteras lulel. 'lb* captain, six of the crow an-J lour passengers arrived at Norfolk yesterday. BchuNxttlv, ashore at Sjacotinet. In trying to roach Newport struck ou hackliest Ledge. The captain, Suiting that she was leaking badly, tried to get about aud return to Sachuest Cove; but the vessel being unmanageable slie drifted belore the wind to the opposite shore. The erew lull the vessel belore she struck, alio in a small boat crossed the Imy aud spent the remainder of the night on Sachuest beach, in the morniug they again crossed tlie bay. and found the vessel ou the rocks. A part ol lior cargo ol pota. toes wore sold III New Bedford, hot tbe captain, hearing that tbey were ecarce and high on Long Island, determined to try that market. The vessel I* salu tg be insured for SUGG, and tbere is also reported en insurance of fSGOoB the cargo. Both veeaol aud cargo will probably prova a total lues. SOHlt Julia A Cnswroap, llallock irom Boston for New York, put into New llaven Dee 13, with main and Jib booms gone. Sena Sunns llsxsov, lately ashore near Cherrystone, has been got-.eu off. with her cargo, and Is going to Balti more In tow. Scuk Narvik (Bi), from New York, In going Into St John, NB, luh Inst, ran Iter Jlbtmoiu against tbe North Wharf aud bruka It short off at the bowsprit, Schu llsnuikr Tuoxss, Van Cleaf, at New llwven 13th from Baltimore, reports was wlthlu .3 mile* of Southwest Ledge Dec P. but lost Jibs and broke inatngaff, aud was obliged to ruu back to New London. Schu Pukuv.k.1*. which arrived at New Bedford Dee 19 from Nantucket, is looking jGO atrokes per hour. She ha* been grounded nuar Atlautic wharf to ltd the Ivor. Suitk Larckt, before reported lest, was ewned by Joseph O Proctor, of Gloucester, and was valued at about 43.HUU; Insured for fJ.MJG In tlie Gloucester I'lrs Insurance ollice. Sunk Wr Antrum, of Portland, lately wreeked, was originally tits Sarah Ann Rowe. she was bought by some bouilierusra during the war. Iter name changed, aud was seised by the Customs authorities ua complaint that she was intended for runuiug tbe nlucksde. The cuinplaiut was sustained and she was sold at auction lur 9I.-0J. Schu Pkaiil, of New I-on don, went ashore at Neperg LI. Hoc B, and became a to.al w reck. The crew were saved and brought to Grotoa. Ot, by yacht Desire. Bcua tliLRkUt Orrrv, Galloway, from Havre do Grace lor Alexandria, with a cargo of 3vSi tons coal, sunk off Bear's Point. Chesapeake Hay, during the gal* of Dec SI. Her cargo Is Insured for RjoU Iu tlie Mercantile Mutual Insur ant-e Co. of New York. Tne Oil registered llu tons, was built at Smyrna, Del, In I8.VI, ballad trow Maurloetowu, NJ, and owned ujr Cast u allow**. Senas AWNUCA* Tran and Wg Rsvsu llee 13. Ibey collided with each ??^r ?j* JtWktftMd Friday night. Tb? Glllutu was running *"u the hound with a fair wlud and .truck the American Team Ju.l aft ?f bar ricriar. breaking in iter bulwarks and doing uosneot bar damage. H.e Gillum lost her beweprtt. Jlbboom and ail liar headgear. She will proceed to lleUsCoiub a alilp.t? or I. in New Haven, for repair.. The t.llluiu *?> New York lor Vineyard Haven, and the //""v'.'il ?t> on her way. without cargo, to New 1 ork froin New - dun. A Srt.AMTfu belutiging to W LBrndley exploded hor boiler at Oharle.tou, SC. Dec 14. ktlllug all ou board. HKLraaT. Dec 14?During the enow .torin on Salurd.y night veasels in the harbor dragged their anchor., the Nathan Clifford, waul a?hore on a ledge off Patterson e Holnt, where .he laid Sunday. She came off neat day witn out serious damage. Gloucester. Dec IS?The wrecked schr Alamo, lying at David I'arkhurit'. wharf, lilouce.ter. with lier caruo of coal, waa wild at auction ou Monday by order ol the tolled Matei Dl.tricl Court. Messrs Jesse Lewis and rred L Stacy bought the hull. .para, chains, rigging. ?c. lor ?mo, and the cargo for $45l>, tha purchase being subject to wharf age charge, of $73. IIALtrAX, Dec 15?Hchr Clara Jane, of and lor Plymouth, Mass, from St Pierre. Mlqneton. In ballast, arrived at Port Medway to day, having experienced the full luree or the gala of tho 10th Inst, and lost b.r bowsprit, foremast and bulwarks, lticbard Cottell. the mate, waa washed over board aud drowned. _ , . , ... Brig John iJnod (Br), from Sydney. CB. tor St Jolit, with coal, fouuderod during the irale of the 10th inat. The crow waa rescued and landed at Shelburne. .... . Schr Amelia, a.hora at Port Hawkaibury, la full of ""'hip Maggie A Robertson (Br), from Oliarlottetown for Europe, before reported ashore at Point Tupper. baa tloatsd off w ithout daniago. Quick Passage?The French bark Qolllote. which arrived at San Francisco Dee .1 front Bordeanx. made tne passage in 117 days. This bus seldom. If ever, been beaten. SuirnuiLDixu? At Essex there are now on the slocks eight fine schooners in various .tagos of construction, and three already launched. Launch.?The bark William Hales. 9dO tons burden, will be launched from the vard ol Atkinson A Hllmore, New buryport. to-day. She is owned hy IVIIiiatn kinsman and Capt U P Uoyt, of Bostou. The latter will comuiaud her. WHALEMEN. Sailed from New Bedford Dec 14. barks Mercury. Brooks, and W A Parnsworth, Uainill. North Paclllc Ocean. A letter from Capl Mancue.trr, of bark Johu P Wait .or JIB. reports her at Payta Nov 28, havlnK tekea 5jO bbls sp oil this cruise. 1O50 bbls all told. Had a good deal of trouble with wild and ugly whales. . , ? . Letters received from Talealiuana contain the following :? Arrived Oct IS, hark Mary A Susan, Handy, ol NB, with 28U bbls ap oil taken slnee leaving falcabueua June 28; Ambrose A Schull had boon killed by a whale. The Mary A Bnsen reports up to Aug 0, ship Emma C Jdnes, rotter, of NB, MO ap: barka Joliu I* West. Mauche.ter, do. 3HO ap; Hercules, hlierman. do, 380 sp; and up to Oct 1. Iiarks Morning Lewis, do. 200 tp: Mars. Allen, do. 31*) sp: Napoleon. Tur ner, do. 420 sp. was leaking, and would go to ValuaraUo. Wbalsa hud been very plenty along the coast)from \ alparai so to the Island ol Moeba. The Mary A Susan came in again 28th wllh 2t*> bble sp oil lince last report t ame In to try out blubber on deck, it being too rough toi do it out Hide; nud nportod litrki Nftulilui, Ltke, Nil, It*J ?p. would be In soon; Mere. Allen, do, with a large whale sup posed te make 100bbla; Palcon, Hcrende n, atJunn Ier uaudex. 250 ?p; all taken between Valparaiso and Talcehu aua. mostly off M aula. ... . , . . r? A letter from Capt J A Uowland. dated V ulpsralso Dec 4. report, arrived at that port Clill barks Charles A Ed ward, wllh 17.) bbla ap and 223 do wit oil; Grace Marks, with 42<I hbla sp and to' do whale oil. Heard trout barka Mara. Allen, N B, with (OO bbla oil. A letter from Capt Barnes, of bark Sea Breeze, of NB, dated Tombes h'ov 8 and 13. states that alts had takeu 173 bbla ap and 330 dolwh oil all told. Haw off Ualllpago* Islands In Oct bark Sea Kux. Hamblln, N'B, with 200 sp and 70 wit takeu mice leaving Penatua; at samo plana saw bark John Carver, (iault, h'B. but did not apeak bar. A telegram from Cent Barucs. dated Panama Dec 12. states that ha waa to ship bis oil home by steamer Aeapulco. A letter from Capt Uiflord, of bark Oak, of New York, dated Panama, Nov 0. states that slnee be had Joined the bark he had taken 885 bbla sp ead 2.700 do hpbk oil; was bound on a cruise sperm whaling. Reports ship Jlreh Parry, Chaee.NR. with 50 bbla sp oil aloes laavlng Turn box; bark Mary.of Valparaiso, with ISO bbls ap tbe last cruise; bark Abra Barker, Thacber. NB. with 80 do so last cruise. A letter from tbe second officer of bark Nuulllo*, Lake, or NB, reports hor at Talcahuane Nov 7, with 330 bbls sp oil this season, 1,780 bbls. all sold. Also reports at tea barka Morning Star. Lewis, do. 230 bbls do; Mars. Allen, do, 280 do and boiling a large whale; Napoleon, Turner, do, 330 do; Kslcou, Herrcudeeit, do. 450 do. A letter Irom the third officer of bark Sea Breese, at Tumbcx. Nov 20, reports that bark John Howlnnd. Cole. New Bedtord. sailed that day Irom Turn Pes for home, with oil as belora reported. ... , ? . A letter from Captain Handy, or bark Marv A Susan, of NB. reports Iter at Talcaliuauo Oct 20th, wllh 550 bbls ap oil taken this season. _ .. . _ Captain K A Mnrkjr bat left New Bedlord for San Fran cisco to take command ol bark Mount Wollaston or NB, which will go North tiexl season. Mr King, late third officer of bark Sea Breexe, of NB. ar rived in New Bedlord 13th, having left hlx vessel at Turn box. On the voyage from Parte lo Panama, about hair way between the two ports, saw ship Bmnie C Jonas, Poller, or NB. beating south. Mr King rupoitx bark John 1 West, Manchester, of NB, at Payta, with 1,11)0 xp all told. SPOKEN. A British ship snowing KPSJ. from Mobile Tor Liverpool. ^llark'Emmanuel, and brig Palruhild, Dec 15, off Fire Island (bjjark? Thomos"cocbrane (Br), from Dublin for Philadel phia. Dec 14, Baruegat NW 13 inllos. Bark Wllhelm Homeyer (fler), lioltx, Yokohama for Now York, Nov 23, let 28, Ion OU. _ , ? . , Bark Helen Sands (Br), from Rottoraam for Philadel phia. Dec 14, 30 tulles ESK of Sandy Hook. Hark Ferda (Norl, Christlaueou. New Orleans lor Leith, Dec 10. let 32, Ion 73. ? . _ . Schr White sea, from Wiscasset for Savanuah, Dee 13, lat 40 40. Ion OW 3J. . _ Schr Geo ??, Irom Brnnswiex. Ga, for New York, 30 days out. Dec 2. lat 33 30. Ion 72 3a [Schr Georgia bta ples. Maloney. cleared Irom Branewick Nov 1 for New York,] NOTICE TO MERCHANTS AND CAPTAINS Merchant!, shipping agents and shipmasters are Informed that by teiegraphlag to the IlkKXLU London Bureau, ad dressing "Benuetl, Ne. 40 Fleot street, London," or to tbe Parit office, addressing "Bennett, 01 Avenue de POpera, Paris," the arrivals at and departures Irom European and Eastern oorts of American and all foreign vessels trading with tbe United States, the same will bo cabled to this country free of charge. Captains arriving at and sailing from French and Medi terranean ports will And the Paris offlco the more economi cal and expeditions for telegraphing news. OUR CABLE SHIPPING NEWS. Bristol, Dee 15?Arrived, steamer Cornwall (Br), Stamp er. New York. Sailed 15tb, barks liana George (Ger), Kornitska, Tybee; Agnes (Nor), Foss. United Slates. Bkerkn, Dee 15?Sailed, ships British Queen (Br), Brooks, New York: Agra (Gar). Hugeman, North America; barks John A Ilarvie (Br), Lockhart. do; Clara (Oer), Hill man. New York. Bordeaux, Deo 14-Arrived. bark Fide (Sor). Thorsen, New York. Sailed from PaulUae 14th, bark Kong Carl (Nor), New Yerk (from Bordeaux). HiLeoa. Dec 7-Arrlved, brigs Clxrabelle. Perkins, New York; 11th. M J Brady (Br). Brady, do. CxRPirr, Deo 15-Salled. bark Kmlllo Barablno (Br), Kerf. Havana. Hull. Dec 14?Arrived, bark Alibi iBr), Smith, Philadel phia. Hamburg. Dee 15?Bailed, barks Jobann Kepler (Qer), Spltle, New York; Adeline 8 (Ital). Avegoo, do. Hatru, Dec 14?Hailed, ship Evangellue (Br), Manson, New Orleans; Nurthuuibrla (Bri, Mobile. Also soiled 14th, schr Mary Hlutmon, Homers, United States. lsrusiiowKR Heap. Dec 15-Arrived. bark Kong Svarre (Nor), Kliaaen, Baltimore for Londonderry. IfKWtuu, Dee 14-Arrived. bark Matts August (Rus>, Saiuulln, Baltimore. Sailed 14th, bark Felicina Chlosto (Ital), Motle, United States. LivF.itpool. Dec 14?Arrived, bark Mlrto N (Aus), Berot mo. New York; 13tb. tblpa Lottie Warren (Br). Cawsey Boston; John De C> sta, Musans. Norfolk. Also arrived 15th, steamer San Antonio (Br), Rea, Gal veston. Sailed 14th, ships Stralbearn (Br), Jarman, New York; | barks Nydla (not Lydls, Br), Brsdy. Charloston: Heth (Ans), TugnUsa, United States; Lelf (Nor). Marcuasen.do; 15th, steamer Pnlestlna (Br), Owen, Boston. London, Dec 15?Arrived, steamer Utopia (Br), Groat, New York; bark SylpUlden (Nor), llagensen. New Orleans Cleared 13tb, ships Cornelius Grlnuull, Borland, New York; Plymouth Roc*. Griffin, do; barks Sara (Aus), Causa' norieh. United States; Osierltde (Nor), Lnssessen, do. Malaga. Dee li?Sailed, steamer Olympla (Br). Yoong. New York. MkMiNA, to Dec 14?Sailed, brig* Alborti, McCaalder, New York: Osiipoj, Haake. do. Qubrmstowx, Dec 13?Arrived, barka Leon Veneto (Ital), Foutanella, Baltimore via Fayal; Memento (Nor). Andcr sen. New York; Bayard (Nor), Tonnessen, do; Aulaerp (Br), Copp. Baltimore. Also arrived 15th, barks Tilde (Aus), I'erclch, Philadel phia: Desetl Duhrovackl (Aitxi, Drabas, Balllmore; Eman uel Accame (Hall. Lavagua, Philadelphia for Liverpool. Kottkudam, Dee 13?Cleared, bark Jupiter (Ger), Hebieldt, United States. Railed from a port In the United Kingdom Dec 13, Char lotte, Gundorsen, United States. Loxdox, Dec 15?Capt Herdort and 6ve teaman, of tbe German bark Emma ,t Carl, which cap?l/.ed off the Orkney Islands on the 5th Inst, while bound from Now York for Htettln. were saved. Seven persons perished. [Tho previous di-..patch stated that only lonr wero saved and eight were lost. ] The bark Argustlna (Br), Gregory, from Philadelphia Nov 11 for Hamburir, has been abandoned at sea. The erew were saved by bark Desotl Dubrovaeki. Caps Drabas. from Baltimore, and lauded at Quoen-lown to-day. [The Agos tina was built at Dundeo lu 1837. registered 2U7 tons nud owned In Peterhead. Tho cargo consisted of 80,3011 gallons reOned oil, vslued at $2U,110.] Tha bark Kmanuol Acoauie (Ital). Capt Savagna, from Philadelphia Nov 15 for Liverpool, put Into Queenstown to day. having encountered heavy weather. WEATHER REPORT. Holyhead, Dec 13. PM?Wlud HE. strong, FOREIGN i'ORTB. Ahoy Oct 2H?In port, barks Benefactor. Herdnru. and Bo-lork (Ger). Aim. lor hew York big; H*"11'. ar.d Cbaliuotte. It alio, unc: Milo. JJ If a.JT slvlveater Now AiikcihO, Oct 2l>?Arrived, blig Iteushaw, Sylvester. New YBmvo. OVI. Nov 13-Arrlved. schr Rainbow, Godlnho. HtMlfortl titiiit <nil?d Itiih lor H^l^uftJt * uteavLiAa, Dee 0? Sailed, brig Uugilelmo (Ital), Caflere, )'?> Y.-v. UruiLioi, Oct SO-In port, skip Cbandoa, Rom. far W muoth, to Mil Mo* 14. Hiurir, l>ec l.'i?Arrived, steamer Bel*. HI Thomas and BrraiMa. Lact'traa. So* 15?Arrived, ichr W F Cueblor, Cran m*r. Philadelphia. Mki.socuxk, Oct 14?Cleared. ship Regent, Bowdota, Portland. <1. In part So* 4. the Trlumnh. for Boston. Ma vault*. So* 21 ? hailed. sehr Mbyl (Br), lor Fejardo ana llnatuu. In port Dec 2. schrs Wm Douglas*. MclndOJ, loading for Sew York ; Hicardo Harroo, Newton. do for do. SawcaaTLk. NHW?Charteiod, bark kedar, for tlonolela, Burrard luiel and Melbourne. SwaTow, So* 1?Sailed, bark J II Bower*. Ilarkueaa. Lorn don. Vauicu, Decli?Arrived, bark Kraneeaco CiUntl (Dal)* Poraio, Sew York. AMERICAN POETS. ASTORIA, U. Doc 7?Sailed, alilp Doadeoaoaa (Br), Liv erpool. sailed (not arrived) 6th. ahlp Koxburyshir* (Br), Chris tin. Liverpool: bark Alden Kuaao, .Noyce, lion* Kong. BOSTON. Dec 15?A i rived, eteatuer A lien town. 8now, Philadelphia; bark Acacia, Anderaon, Havana; aclir* Poles Star, Smith, Liverpool; K L ('lark. Hutchinson, Hoaario; Annie Brown (Hri, (lurry. Havana; .Nellie. Perry. Wilming ton ; Teroaa D Baker. Snow; 11 W Pierce, Pieroe, auo Bau gor. Jordan, Port Joliiieon. Cleared?Steainera Marathon (Br), (larrett. Liverpool; Massachusetts (Br), Waltera, do; baraa Clolllde. Miller, Cienfuegos: Alice t! Dlckeriuau. Turner, Portland, to load for Cotteubarg; aclira Kluuie J Carlton, Butlsr, Hrlatol, K: LI II Flsk, Bakor, Savannah. Sailed?steaniera Lancaster and Centipede: barka Scot land, aud llenjanilu Dlckermau; brig Shasta; achr R J Carlton. BALTIMORE, Deo 15?Arrived, aleamari Experiment. Pierce, Newborn, NO (and cleared to return); Calvert Foley. Port Itoyad: bark Cavellere Savooa Poleinini (Italy Caatellano. Hell.ial; briirf Blanche (Br), llogan. Barbs,la; Potomac <Br), Wllaon, Demerara: achra Morning Light, Bowen, North Oaroliua: Wiu Allen, Lewi*, New Haven. Cleared?Steamer William Kennedy. Hooter, Providence: barka Jobaiin Ludwig llier), llolljea, Bremen; Oeorge H ?leuklna (Br), Uoas, Rotterdam; tclir A. W. Parker. Dean, Jersey City. Sailed barka CouBdenia. Sarah K Staplra. Aiow. saiuuel Welch. Marlucr, Jauo lire. Antoinette; briga Magenta, Three Cheera, Akber. BKLKAHT, Dec 7?Arrived, achra Prank Queen. Calhoua, Bath, to load for Savauilla: Lark, llutclilus Baltimore; Mary Langdon. Mullen, Itockland. to load for Philadelphia; Mth. Uatlie, Ullehriat, Buckavllle, SC; Democrat, Sinitb. Treulkn: 11th. Lliile Lane, Weat, bearaport, to load for Savannah or Charleaton. Sailed 7lb. achra Carolina Kroiaher, Devereaux, Sew York; Htb, Mart Stewart. Coomba, Darien, Ua; 1Kb, Win raarabeak. Perkins, Baltimore. BATII, Dec 13-in port, hark Endeavor, Mount fort. Idg for Cuba; brig Haiti* M Bain. Tbeatrep. for Wiacaaaet; achra Montana, Bearaa, for Norfolk; Toluiuan, Bannatt, for CHARLESTON. Dec I2-Arrived. bark Oeu Palrehilda, Kelly, Key Weat; achr Settle LangUon, Colllna, Boston. Cleared ?Bark G-rrltt A (Vilhelni, Amsterdam; aehrt Willie Luee, Spear, Buck port. Me; Uattie Paige, Godfrey, New York via Brunswick, Ua. Sailed?Bark Leprcanx, Brown. Liverpool. 15th?Arrived, ahlp Qoeenatown (newt, Porlncton, Batb; ?chr Uebecca N Queen, Cain, Philadelphia. , Cleared?Bark Colorado iBr), Moaea. Liverpool; brig) Soberauo (bp), Oliver, Barcelona; Cancellor (Sp).Pon, do; Vlogero (Spl, Orta. do. Hailed?Bark* Toledo (Br), Liverpool; Priacllla, da; Abram Young, Cork. FottNtEHH MiiSHOE, Deo 15?Arrivod. hark Violet (Br). Harding, Londonderry; brig* Oscar iSw), Alma, Kio Janeiro; Frit* (Swl, Uakopacn, do (all for order*). Patted In for Baltit.iore ?Barka Mav Queen. Sprlngoton, from Itio Janeiro; OS l'olini-ul lllal), Caatellano. Iroiu Belfast; "Vickor." Iroin Hrouien; Amor (Ital), Prcmnda, from Dover; brig* Blanche, from Messina; Potomac (Br), Wilaou, I'roiu Demerara. Alao puaaed in lor Baltimore?Barka TlUod (.Nor). from ; Kraneeaco Avottno iltal), Avcgiio, from S'ewry; Arena, Iroin ; J J H (Bri. Brownin ', froui Kio Janeiro; brig! Bl ck Swan, Winslade. from St Pierre, Mart; Chattanooga, Fry, trom Ponce, PR; Carl Uustaf (Hue), Lundgren, from Loudon. Patted out?Steamer* Lnke Ncphlgon (Br), for Liver pool; Ohio (Oer), for Bremen; ablp Baltimore (Gar), fos do; barka Lavarello Succvro (Ital), for Oueeuatown; Kinma (Hr). for Bremen: Sntuu (S'or), for Queenalown; Ktprvaaa (Ital), do; M llllyard (Hr), do; Konkordla iNorl.do; ll Vllange (Nor), do: Amlcltlu (Nor', do; HurprlM, foi Trieate; Harveater (Br), for Londonderry; Lovlaa (Dun), tor Cette (all from Baltimore). Sailed 14th, bark Matblaa (Sw), Hansen (from Bio Jane iro) . Baltimore. KKY WEST, Dec 14?Arrived, ateamer City of 11 out ton, Eldridee. Calveaton fur New York (and proceeded). NEW ORLEANS, Deo 11?Arrived up, barka Liverpool, BullarJ, Liverpool: Macdaline (Sort, Runnobure. Bor deaux; NewEugland, Baxter. Boetou; brlga Antonetta, Havana; Maria W Norwood, Andrew*. Liverpool; achr* John S Wood, Smith, Havre; L W Wheeler, Bowmen, New York. 15th?Arrived, steamer Cortes, Freeman, New York. Cleared?Ship Pleiades. Chase, Havre; bark Alma (Nor), Thorbierrien, Glasgow; aelir Lewis S Da via, Osborne, New York. Arrived at the Paasea?Ship (luhlregn (Nor), Knudseu, Flensborg; berk August Loatller (Nor), Olteu, Liverpool. Sailed from the Pastes?Steamer Hudson; ship Bolgrnvia; bark* Leamington, and National Eagle. NORFOLK, Dee 13?Arrived, ahlp Cashier (Br),Tolp*r, Liverpool via Tybeo; bark Autclopo (Dan), Simpson, St Croix. . NEW BURY PORT, Dec lil-Salled, achr Bella Crowoll, Megathlln. Windsor, NS, to load plaalcr for Naw York. 14th?Arrived, ateamer Achillea, Bacon, Philadelphia. Sailed?rtchr Ida della Torre. Chase. Now York. NEWPORT, Dee 14-Arrived, achr Jalla E damage, Traak. Ellsabethport for Somerset (and sailed). There are tin vessel! in port walling a favorable oppor tunity to sail, which have all been previously reported. Sehr Rleual. of Newport, and Mary, of Dennis, will win ter at this port. PM?Arrived, tchr* Vrale, Burton, Charleston for Orient (split aaila and loot fnregaif off Cape May on tb* 9th); Kate Mitchell. Eastman, Now York for rail River. 15th?Arrived, achra Nellie Dow, Track, Fall River for New York: C W Lewis, Mclntlr--. Boston for Savannah; Palestine, Howe, South Aaaboy, (the last two la d:atr*aa?aee Miscellany). NEW LONDON. Dec 14?Arrived, achra Harriet Lewie, Port Johnson tor Grston: Cerro Gordo. Port Johnson. NRW HAVEN, Deo 14?Arrived, achr* Charlie Miller, and Wm Van Name. Virginia; C J Van Nam*. Hardy, Naw York; Wm Uillum. MehaiTey, do for Vineyard Uaven; Amer ican Team, Crosby. New London tor New York; Julia A Crawford, llallock, Boston for do; J II Cbatfee, Buell, Bal timore. PORT TOWNSKND. Dee 6-Arrl*ed, barks Enoch Tal bot. Psnhollow. San Francisco; Gen Cobb, V tDimald, do; Mary (Hover, Mitchell, do; brig Discovery, Calhoun, do. PORT IILAKKLY. Dae 5-Arrlved, bark C L Taylor, Bergman, San Francisco. PORT MADISON, Dee 5? Arrived, barks Vldette, Boyd, San Franciseo; Oakland, Slevous, do. Also arrived, ship Coqnlmbo, Aroy, do. PORT GAMBLE. Dec 5?Arrived, bant King Philip, Kel ler, San Francisco. I'KNSACOLA, Dec It?Arrived, ship Westminster (Br). Xorico, Bristol, K; barka Ampbltrlte (Rut), Rein, and Frederlehahald (Nor), Hansen, Loudon: Harold Hnarfage* (Nor), llnlvomon. Liverpool; Genoa, Gorham, Port Spain; Ocean Pearl (Krl, Oaklev. Cardiff: brigs Gipsay Queen, Morgan, Cardenas: Agnes Barton. Knight, Matnnsns; Min nie (Hr). McDonald, Havana; achra Jas K Talbot, Crocker, Savanna la Mar; Tho* G Smith. Hand. Barbados; R I llersey, Cogglns, Kingston, Ja; John Douglas*, Parker, St Pierre. Mart. Also arrived, sehr Wm Slater. Klllam. Cardenas. PHILADELPHIA, Dec 15?Arrived, steamers Florida, Crocker, New Y'ork: Saxon, Snow. Boston; Tona wanda, Sherman, Providence: bntks Concord (Nor), Anderson, Newcastle, K; Amlcisin (Ital), Marengo. Hall; brig Joke Welsh, Jr. Armstrong, Peusecola; schre Speculator, WIU bank, Spanish Main; Frns L Godfrey, Wharton, Hneton. Cleared?Ship Otago. Rose, Belfast: barks Fldello (Oer), Kindt, Liverpool: Abraham (Ana), Matcovlch, do; flugl Cann (Hr), Eldridge, Rranien; Taneook (Hr). Hughes, do' M Til ton, I'jnnewell, Portsmouth, Nil; Etta May, Webster Wilmington, NC. Sailed?Sieimer Reading, and revenue cutter Hamilton. Lkwrx. Del, Dvc 14?Arrived, bark Orvar Odd (Nor), Jo hannescn. Liverpool. 15th?Arrived, barka Wellamo (Rui). Roenblon. Gloncen ter, li; Frntelle Arecro (Ital). Arecco. Amsterdam to orders; l'linisol (Nor). Pedrrsen, Bellaet, I, do; Vittori* Canestro (Ital). Valermn, Hull. do. Harks Marietta W and Galaoppe Verdi are ordered t? Philadelphia. Nkwcastlk. Del, Dee 15?Poised np, sehr Uncaa, from Ilayti for Chester. Hark Melhonrne (Br), from Philadelphia for Antwerp, resumed her voyage this AM. In the harbor, harks Stmdt (Nor), from Liverpool lor PhlW adelphla: Delflno P iltal), Irom Hall for do Dvlawamc City. Dec 15-Arrived, schrs Helen A Ann, F.nnicott. Boston: F L Godfrey, Wbenton, do (both fur Philadelphia): P Nowell. Fennlmore. Boston. PORTLAND, Dec 14-Arrlved, achra AHred W Flak, Aleg* andria: Nathan Cleaves, Ranpalianneck: T W Townaend* Port Johnson; Ella Presaey. Rockland for Naw York. |5tli?Arrlred, -chr Abby. New York. Cleared?Brig H Houston, Havana. PROVIDENCE, Dec 14?Arrived, tchr Robot Petti*, Robins. Virginia (exprrienced.heavy weather aud lost main sail in the gale of the lnthi. Also arrived, achra Sea Nvmph, |D-w. Port Johnson; Emily C Dunnlaon, Allen, KIDahetnport: Rraioi Trvon, Perth Amboy; Gangra. Kalth; Helen P. Jonas, and Ntenia, Randall. Ilonoken; Julia Baker, Baker, and Nathaniel Holmes, Robinson do; Wm D Carglll, Rich, do for Paw tucket; Martha Waeka, Nobles. New York lor do; Isett* llopkln-. Port Johnson. Sailed?Schrs Jennie M Carter, Carter. Richmond, Va, via Orlsnt; John A Griffin, Foster, Pliiladelnhla; B M Bsc tor. Lamphear. Port Johnson; Wm Todd, Wood, Hoboken) barge Metropolis, Briggs.do. 1 lib?Arrived, brig Esperansa (Br). Prince Edward I slant for Philadelphia. PAWTl'CKKT. Deo 11-Arrived, achr Martha Waeka Nobles. New York. SAN FRAXCI-CO. Doc 7?Arrived, bork Americas I.luyds. Parka, Honolulu; Roswell, Sprague, Nordberg; Port Gamble. Cleared?Bark Penang. Patten, Nanalmn. Sailed?Bark Joseph Perkins. Johnaon. Port Gamble. 14th?Cleared, ship Anstriana (Br). Olllles, Callao. SEIIOME. Dee 5?Arrived, bark Amethyst. Bates, San Franciseo. SAVANNAU. Dee 15?Arrived, ships Saratov*. Kendall, London: Scliwicgeard (Nor), Helgesen, Bristol: barks Junto* Kitchen (Hr), Reynolds, Matansas; Ellis D (Hr), tisrvin. Ilavro; Hvea Kmma (Nor), from ?; August* (Oer), from . Cleared?Burks Dolores (Sp), Abrll. Barcelona; Rudolph Ebel (ller).Olto, Brunswick; Swea (Swe), Charleston; brig .-tells, for New York. Sailed, tlsauirr Magnolia, Daggett, New York. TaCoMA, Dec 5?Arrived, bark Samoeet, Martin, San Francisco. VINEYARD 1IAVKN, Dee 14-Arrived, echra Dions, Baltimore for Boston: Nndab. Port Jolinson tor Newbnry port; l-ookout, Hoboken for Portsmouth; Ontario, Cc-Ur Keys for Portland: E J Munsell. N'ss York fordo; Alaska, South Amboy fordo; Mss-achusetts, Baltimore fur Belfast; Mabel Rose, Boston for Philadelphia or Baltimore; Ralph llowet, lt?ltaat for Philadelphia; Ella May, Pro vine Ho wn for Baltimore; H H Yuung, Wellflect lor Potomac River; Neponactt. Boston for Tangier; Hastings, Edgartown, to discharge. Sailed-Schrs Lilly B French, Nellla Stella R (Br). A llartlett. Pail I' Keller. Congress, Alexandria, Fanntl llanmer. A Peters. Neponeett, hlla May. Ralph Howes, K J Munsell. Alaska. Mabel llos* H S Young. WILMINOTUN, NO. Dec 13?Arrived, steam r Pioneer Wakely, New York. Below?Brig Tramore (Br), wtg. Cleared?Bark Klla Moore. Shaw, Glasgow; schrs Alber Maaou, Rose, Now Thrk ; Sydney C Tylor, Barrett, Pblladal phi a. Put Into Halters* Inlet Doc 11, brig Perewe Hinckley from Cleufbegos tor Naw Vors (see Miscellany). WAKKIlAM. Dec l-t ?Arrived, sclir Lady Antrim, Carter New York. In port to winter?Hchr? Eslella Day. of Milton, Del: Marj Dudley of Mairrleetown, NJ ;? A S Cannon, of Philadelphia WmjMtarileti^ii^JoiArjro^^V^irehaini^^^^^^^^^^ YACHT*. NT K AM HO ATS. At. AT GLASGOW. SCOTLAND?FOR SALE, A iiiflceut Clyde built Iron Stcaoi Yacht, ol IHO t-ius, wltn eomponud condensing entlnes and all modern Improve muuts. I'lils beautiful vessel was built to the order of an English tiobluiuau. specially f r the navigation of the Seine, at a eost of ClI.Ul). 1 lie hnll and machinery aro In splendid order, aud the saloons aro llltod up with great ele gnn -e and wlttioiit regard locust. The price is reduced tc Jt i.iaxi cash, Ineliidltig plate, linen, cutlery and bedding and amnion hi en is can be inane tor delivery In unv part ? ( llio world. Inventories, plans and photographs tuny be ob tallied by applying lo thu nudoi -igned, who will also sup ply any fitrtovr liiforinittloii roituiratL JOHN INGLIat I CO., Clyde Yachting Agencv, Olasgow. CI LTD k "yachting acemTy! / (L'uder Royal Pntrimaga). Hundred Steam and Hailing Yacht*. Steam Lannches. As, for sale. Price Lists, with lull particular*, lorwarded on aw plication. JOHN INOLIB A CO Ulufsv (MIsaA