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MS. GKKIWKS SX&AS6E STORY.
*?1; iLL?G?I) CONHPIEACY TO IXCABCKBATE HER IN A MADHOC HE-ACCUSATIONS REPEATED UNDER OATH?WARRANTS ISSUED FOR THE ARHERT OF HER HUSBAND AND DB. VICABINO. Tlie serious Allegation* of Mrs. Henrietta Gtwuwo ill 1 luyging liar husband with <-i>n"piriug to have her adjudged a lunatic have created a sensation in Hoboken, where the partes reside. -After tho woman had made her statement to Judec Strcng on Thursday the Judge, at tho suggest ion of Mr. John C. Besson, the lawyer retained hv her, detailed Constable Haydoek to guard her, as It was rumored that lirvuwe intended abductiug her. Mrs. Greuwe, with her two childreu, after her interview with the Judge did not return homo, but remained at tho liouao of some fri"udH, a family iriuied Jordan, residing at No. '.'14 Bloomtield street. About ten o'eloek last night a elose carriage drove up in trout of Mr. Jordan's residence. A neatly dreefed young man alighted and, walking up' the steps, pulled the bell. The summons was answered by Miss Jordan. Tho stranger inquired if Mrs. Greuwe was stopping at the honse, and, receiving an affirmative reply, he left the message that her husband would like to see her at her own house. The constable instructed Messrs. Jordan and Miller to accompany the woman to protect her in case Greuwc offered any violence. The woman returned to licr borne and remained there during tiie night under surveillance of the gentlemen uamed. Greuwe left his house early yesterday morning to go to his place of busiuees in this city. During the forenoon, at a consultation with Mrs. Ureuwc's counsel, it was decided to make the formal complaint and immediately begin the prosecution of Greuwe. Dr*. Chabert and Elder were sent for, and the four repaired to Judge Streag's office, where the following afliidavits were made hrs. oaicirr's affidavit. Slatt of A'nr ./WAvy Hmiwn Henrietta Greuwe. of the city of Hobukcn. cuoiilj ami State atop* said, of full fig* and being duly .aruru according to law. on her oath complain* ami say a that her lint-band. Emil Greuwe, and <me Kuwsrii Vicarinn, on tho 'JHth day of November, in til* year 1N7H. at 1U0 city of Ilohoken, in the county end State atnreieid. did corrnptlv agree end ronepirc together anil with other person* !?> ll'iis dm.c nrnt it prracnt unknown, lo induce persons to believe that thin deponent was insane and'o procure the crrtitiiat" of a revpcctable physician that thta Oepniu-m was Insane, with tho intent and for iha purpose of covnmlttin:, tnia deponent to one of tha inaane asylums of this Stale for the pwrposo of unlawfully depriving this deponent of her personal liberty. And this deponent larther says that said Edward Yicarino claims and pre tends to be a physician: tha-. said Kmil Greuwe kept and entertained the said Edwnrti Vfearino in his honse. where this deponent lived with ber said husband in the city of Holsvkrn. from October 4, 1S7S, for about two weeks thence following: that during that time said Rmil Greuwe and said Edward Yicarino prepared several certlBc.itea for different parsons to sign, setting forth that this deponent was Insane, whirh paper writings this deponent found iu her said husband's pockets. On several occasions said Entil Groowe would rail the attention of aaid Yicarino 10 this deponent and say. "See. she it craav He wsuld ofton say. if any lit tle accident happened in the house. "That .hows you are crazy; I will get you where I want yon this time."' And rle pcn*nt fnrther aaya that en the Mil of Decemhe*- inst. she found a latter in ber said husband's pocket, dated. "Jersey City Height*. November 11R, 1H7S," in these vrord*:? To Dr. HiTruLru. Superintendent Luuatic Aavluui, Morris Tlain* .? Dtit Sir?Allow me to Introdnee to you Dr. Vtcarino and Mr. Groviae (the latter', wife ia insane), and they ileeire to view your iusiitutioa and mako proper arraurenoDia for her accommodation. Vour*. respoctl'allr, S. V. W. PTOl'T. Which letter this deponent believe* ia in tbo liendwriting of said S. V. W. Stout, who I* a practising physician of this ?ounty. Anil deponent further says that she ia informed and believes it to he' true, that her ??aid husband. Kmil Gronwe and Edward Yicarino hare procured the certiffeate of a practicing physician of tMs county certifying that this deponent is Inaane, and that tbey are now watching far an ooportunitv tn seise this deponent and imprison ber In an means asr. lum. Deponent further says she has two small children with ber who need her earn and pro taction, and deponent further says she verily he Here* she ia of sonnd mind and memory, and that aba is ao adnead by respactable physiciane valve have en ?mined lier, snd that tha aceusatlnns of saidEmil Greuwe and Edward Viearino that this deponent is insane are false, and that the aame are loade by them for the sole pnrpufe ol procuring the ualawfnl imprisonment of this deponent in ?ome insane asylum. HENRIETTA GRRI'WE. Sworn to and subscribed before me thisRtb day of Lie tern ber, A. D. 1*78.?Gustav Strum,, .1 notice ot tha Peace. NO INDICATION or ivsamtt. .v*gc of Xmr Jiesar, Hwdaon Coomtij, ?v. ?Romeo F. Tha berk, of the City of Hoboken. county and State aforeeaid, being duly sworn according to law on bis oath deposes ? He is a practising physician and hae practised mediwins ia tha city of lloboken for more than twenty-three veers laet past; thst he is acunainted with Henrietta Greuwe. wife of Rmil Greuwe. that within the past fourteen days ha has fresnansly seen and conversed with said Henrietta (inset, and depewnat further ssys that he cannot diaeeeer tor fodtcalions that said Henrietta Greawe is inaaaa ot of unsound mind. RUSEO V. CHABERT. Sworn te and subscribed before roe. this ttsh day of ?bar, A. D., IR7S. URftat t*ra*6. Just ice of tba Fence. NOT OF UNWOUND WIND. .%h wf Hot* Jwmy. Hmdmm foomlu. sr.?Lerenin W Elder, of the city of Hoboken. reanty and State aforesaid, being duly sworn according to law. deputes Ho is a practising Chvsiclau. and ha? practisad medicine in the city of Ho'te en for mere than thirty veam: that hr ia acqnainted with Henrietta Greuwe, or Holvoken. wife of Emil Greuwe: that he lias during the past two weeks DMA and rer> versed with said Henrietta Greuwe seven or eight times, ?nil that he saw andjeon versed with heron the ".111 day of December. A. D. 1*7*. and deponent further aara tluvt he cannet discover any indteatiwas that the said Henrietta Greuwe is of unsound mind. L W ELDER. Sworn Se aad suhecrihwd before me th Is 0th dav of Noveus ber. A. D. 1K7H.?Gustav Stusc,, Juatina of the Peace Tint WTTT's HTnItr. A Hhuu) reporter yesterday isfervieu od the com ElaiMkDt. Klia iw a comely woman of thirty-Hirer, ill. alight frame, light eoraplexioned and bast dark hair. She talked freely nod rationally, ynt did not conceal the fhrt that the green-eyed monster had en tr red her now unhappy home. Hhe told a terrible talc of suffering and atrunr. Rha exhibited a photograph of her huabaad, who is a fine looking man. and said the sole cause of the trouble wau his nens-fondness for women. Ha tired of her and the children several vrsra ago. she aaid. while they were living in New York. n?t only abusing her but tailing the neighbors that she was rrary, and that the affliction was hered itary. as all tha children were "little crazies." Thrv moved to Pairraon where, she said, his peruecntlon grew apace with th* times, it was there, she avers, that he poisoned her. She was con lined to her bed for six months, and ia n<>w, she declares, suffering from the evil effects of the noxious drags administered by him. It was while living in Patera cm. she says, that be flrstcon reived the idea of having her mlitidged insane. He endeavored, she says, to induce two promi nent physicians of that city to assist him hnt they were *00 honorahla. After moving to Ho boken her buabsnd secured lucrative employment, aad. as she avers, spent his money freely in dissipa tions. A fe.w months ago be introdnceil Dr. Vh anno in his home, and she asserts the work of ths con spiracy began. Hhe says she was first apprised of tue plot by Dr. Elder and promptly sought tha pro tection of the law. I'OCTt-D NOT B* FOUNT). The warrants were issued by the lodge snd con stables went in search of Orenwe and Dr. Viearino, hut at a late hour last night neither of them could be found. TKIAL OF A TRAIN WRECKER. U* ALLBDED PIATT TO OBTAIN EM-PTyOnrBirr WHICH CAfW.I1 THE DEATH OF FOfB PEBKOKS. [bt tei.ec.bai h to The hxraj.d. ] WiLwrutTrow, DaL, Dec. A, 187*. The trial of HatI^y O. Brown, the Claymont train wrecker, on an indictment for murder In cauelag the death of fonr persons, which was begun yester day. was continued this morning in Newcastle be fore Chief 4 nut Ice CoroegyK and Judge* Hon* ton Wotten and Wallace. Tbo circumstance* of the ac cident baring l>cen proven, at well aa the finding of the fonr dead bodice, Detective Taggart. of Philadel phia, testified to the pnrport of the prisoner's con fession to hint. Having heard the evidence at the Inquest Taggart interrogated Brown, saying that he aae placed In a very precarious condition. Drown than acknowledged that be placed the cross tie on 'the track, intending to signal the engineer of the tpproarhing accommodation train and thns have a claim on the company for employment. The southern bound egprees train cwooeloag anaxpect adly, aad ha was unable to extricate the tog. but that ha ran along the track, shouted and waved his band fterrhief to the engineer, who did not notion his rig nals. Brown euplataed to the Coroner's jury the poetttoa in which he said ho saw the cense tie. Origin ally he reported to the station agent that he found It sn the track. thk octavo*. The fWste having cloned it* testimony tharles Lore spetjed for the deteoce. stel ing that h? would prove tile absence of intent, without which tnstcrtsl aflc fsfinn being proven the cane Timet fall. Further, he would prodmw testimony to the effect that Brown, wfcllc not crazy, waa ? strangely constituted in dtrtdaal, not always nrting reasonably. Tien, too. Brown had suffered from eunetroke sod other am deals which injured his head Hamnei Towtisend de posed to having seen the prisoner tall, in 1878, on the railroad track. H? lay naonnsrinn* for twenty ininntes from the dM of eunetroke. Another witness. a woman with whotu Brown hoarded, teetltlcd that he suffered lor three weeks afterward. Charles Itrowu, prisms r's brother, worked on a farm in Maine with Hsrley, a Couple of years ago; a plus limb fell ou his head them and hurt him twdly Charles Hberburn waa aoadmdor of a train on which Brown was baggage gnaater; whilo there In; got severely injured on bis heed and shoulder hy striking a projecting bridge timber while th<- train was moving. The master ma m>iol"t and employer of Bremen stated that Hrowit, having returned fyotn Maine, applied to liini for work, but he refused it. tint needtag sssistancf; tf lie wasted additional help U< would not employ Crown, for he conrelcn-d hitu not i 'V a*?risible Mik. tTrts. faotlu r-tn law to Itrowu, saw ItHS on the aftMUUoaOf tfcuday of the wreck. when he left the house h? s- tod very strangely All the jurors of the CoroMP't inquest ygt sworn, and each one togttfled that he considered the prisoner . hil.lisli and foolish fr.nu lb;1 mauncr of bis action at the inquest ami adjourned inquest. This rlow.l ih? evidence mi Isith side*. ami tho court aljMirool. Brown was deeply affected through out the day, frequently shedding tours. COMMERCIAL CONVENTION. REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OS FOREIGN WD DOMESTIC COMMERCE AH ADOPTED?A SPEECH FROM JEEIEKSON DAVIS. [BY TELEGRAPH TO THE HERALD.] New Ohm: or*, Dec. C, 1878. The Commercial Convention met this morning at half-past ten o'clock. After sonic matters of minor i m nor tame the report of tbe Committee on Foreign and Domestic Commerce came up. This was pre sented by the chairman, Mr. William Burwel'. REFOBT OF TUB COMMITTEE. The first resolution requests lliat the President and Senate of the I'nited States Mill review onr treaties and conventions of commerce with all foreign Powers so as to sei lire to the contracting Powers a parity and equality of duties. Second-?That the House of Representatives lie re quested to modify the revenue laws so as to give effect to such treaties. . Third?That Congress establish post routes !>v steamers built and owned in the United States be tween New York and New Orleans respectively, and the ports of Rio Janeiro and Buenos Ayres; also be tween New Orleans and Aspinwall, it being under stood that the government of Brazil and the Argentine Republic should aid in the pro nosed service to Rio Janeiro. t h'i?irUi?The proposed form of treaty between the i United States ami France is indorsed. FifOt?The reduction of our port charges is recom mended. .Stj-U?The government is requested to complete the works at the mouth of the river. SPEECH BY riPV. DAVIS. An effort was made to strike out, the word "built" in the third resolution, under the plea that it was simply indorsing a subsidy to shipbuilders. Mr. Jefferson Davis urg.sl this in opposition to the pass age of the resolution as it stood. He claimed that ships could bo purchased in England at on. -half the cost that they could be bought in the United Status. Ho further stated that if a revision of the laws eonld be made ami the purchase of ships might be allowed where theyhould be bought cheapest, the West would never again be obliged to burn its corn. This at one time it hail been obliged to do on account of the high rates of freight. ABUTMENT OF URNBRAL BCKST. General llussv followed Mr. Davis, and contended that, by the paynieut of StM.tMi.otej during the past year for freights toforoign ships, we had actually lost that to the country, uud were even now assisting England to build vessels and making her forever mis tress of the sea. Ho declared that we might even ap prehend some day a corner in freights, a game which had once actually been inaugurated on drv land with SUCCAWS. Mr. Burwell again spoke in defence of liia report, and declared it was by this very protector to our in terests we were able to make our exports so largely to exceed our Imports in the pwit year. EFFORTS OF THE TEXAN'S. The Texas delegation endeavored to have the word "Galveston" inserted after New Orleans and Kew York, in the third resolntion, but tbe amendment was not carried. A resolution was offered from a member of the same delegation recommending Congress to raise the value of the subsidiary silver coin and make it receivable for government dues. REPORT ADOPTED. On calls for the question, the report of the Commit tee on Commerce was passed without alteration. Pending the passage of a resolution of thanks to the officers of the Convention. General Hussy stated that the nomination of General Fitzhugh Loo as pre siding officer of the Convention was made at the re quest of the entire delegation north of the Ohio. This announcement was received with loud applause. The Convention then adjourned sine die. CHARTER OAK CONSPIRACY. AN INTERESTING LEGAL CONTEST?RULINGS BT THE COURT FAVORABLE TO THE DEFENDANTS? THE CASE TO BE CONTINUED NEXT WFXE. [BY TELEGRAPH TO THE HERALD.] Hartford, Conn., Dec. 6, 1878. The proceedings in tlic Charter Oak Insurance Company trial to-day were of much interest. The rulings of the Court were largely in favor of tho de fendants, and an amendment cf the indictment was ordered under which the introduction of much im portant evidence becomes impossible, according to tbe statute of limitations. on the meeting of the court this morning Judge Hovey announced, in remarks occupying over an hour, his ruling on the.queation as to whether the alleged conspiracy la a simple misdemeanor or a high misdemeanor under Connecticut law. He ?aid that the Supremo Court of Errors of this State had decided that a high misdemeanor is one allied to and nearly equal in guilt to a felony, yet. wliile many felonies are specified in the statutes, the legislature has not up to this time made any provision for tho punishment of the overt arts which the accused are alleged to have committed- acting in oonspiracy. If such acts are not punishable tbe Court questioned whether a con spiracy to do those acts can be regarded as a high misde meanor. Whatever overt acts there mav have been instead of being criminal, therefore, are rather in the nature of private wrongs sustained bv the insurance company and its policy-holders, and which must be redressed by civil suits. The Legislature not speci - fytng these acts as criminal. It Is not for the Court to anticipate legislation, and as the law does not define what shall constitute high misde meanors it ia not for tbe judicial department to extend the construction to new matters with out great care. In conclusion Judge Hovey said that as a ruling by him that the conspiracy was only a simple Misdemeanor would result in preventing tbe admission of much of tho evidence relied upon by the prosecution be thought, upon the whole that it would be better Ui go on with tbe evidence, and leave it to the higher tribunal to deride the nature of the oflnnoe Counsel for the defence suggested that tbe question might go to the Supreme Court now, on agreement and thus save the expense of witness.#, Ac., and Mr! Dorshemier followed in a similar vein, suggesting that as the ruling liv which evidence could lie intro duced was at tho best j>r?, /orma. full indulgence should be accorded the respondent. Aftor a recess for consultation the prosecution declined entering upon the proposed agreement to let the question go to the Supreme Qonrt lx-fore the evidence was taken, nrn in i?n twist amended. The Court stated that amendments in the fourth and fifth counts of the indictment were necessary, the company being wrongly named, and these ror-' rcctlons having l>een made, counsel for the defence promptly objected to the further consideration of these counts In the case, nu the ground that the amendments practically made them -new indictments ami that the matters being alleged to hare occurred rrver three rears ago, in November. 187.1. the statute of limitations burr- d any prosecution under them. In reply, tbe prose, u tion claimed that tbta point waa erroneously taken for the reason that the amendments only made an immaterial change: that they alleged no new offence* and that titer oouM he made In the discretion of the Court. The argument* wees continued through the after noon. tbe defence insisting on its having tbe full benefit <rf tlie legal right. To a suKg.vdion that tho amendments would work no injury to the respondents counsel*rejoined Mist if th-y were lmneflctal to the prosnmttou. they must necessarily be injurious to the respondents and a* interference with tliclr righto.. Those rights they prop<><?-d to insist upon, and cited nnmerofig authorities to prove that the error made in tbe indictment was of a fatal nature. A decision on the matter was not given up lo ?U?- hour of adjournment to Monday next. Thin fsr in the trial th" defence has gained Important advantage* and although they had hoped that Judge Hover's ruling this morning would save tbcin tbe expense of putting in their witnesses ibey place strong reliance on the favorable testimony they hare at their com maod. Included in this Is reported to he rvj.le.n is that Furhrr'a famous investment in Broadway prop erty, characterised at the time as ruinous, has really proven to afford all the benefits to the present eom paey that he over claimed for It. SHIPPING NEWS OCEAN STEAMERS. DAT** OT PEPUfTPWi mow XKW TO** TO* T1?* WOKT* or nr? r,w?*K. .vrwuir flM-r f>#r*n ante........ line 7. f. lv.rpf.nl 17 llrnetlw.r Tii# r*r 7. l?lTrqnml. HH Brn?<1?r.y Kh*ftn. Dm 7. Bremen 9 Howll-ip i.rmn l)nr 7 lilftmRnw 7 B-iwIlnp f.rern Wyominir Ore IK Liverpool. 91) Bmnl.ij Bothnia Dm 11. Liv.rp.e9, 4 Bnwllnr *.rma W. A HCtottMl ..... Her 11 Rotter >1 am .Vi Itr.mdw.r !>*nmarli ...... 7>nr II UndM.,,. H) Urne.lw* t (?riftitu Dm 11 Hprro r<fi Hrr.ftHwny Baltic .. . . ?!>#* IJ n" Rnrndprpr Slit* of Indiana. DfC 19. <>la*irow. . TJ Broadway If*rd#r r>. 1'/ Il?">nnrg . ? 1 Broadway PircMiit Her 14 Ill argn* 7 Howling llrern fcrln Dm 14 Liverpool . W Broadway ('Iff of i??. 14 blOrpotl . II CI Houlwar Kfhar Tim 14 Bremen 9 H'.wlinr'.frra Alj/rri* it... IK LI rrrpf.nl. 4 Hnwill f llreen >?? *d? ... \}*i 17 liiW pwnl. 9V Broadway rahforo ia D?c IN I...u'l..n 7 Howling llreen fanada lUvw IK Lmdng. Ilr?ml?af A martini* (*tty of I'bosiar liar IN III .'Ml. . ... 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New York Noon. 4 I'M * I'M 12 I'M AMU? ?m.u? ! isiii? 1 W W WKW WMW Partlyrloudy. Snow (quail*. Clear Clear. THE WESTERN UNION TIME BALI, Xew York, Dw fi?Noon. Tbe WeMern Union lima loll Ml to-day correctly. PORT OF NEW YORK, PEC. 6, 187*. ARRIVALS. IIFPORTED Mr Tin HSBALD STEAM YACHTS AMD HtBALD WHITE STONE TELEUBAPH LINK. Strainer Baltic f Bri. Phi-hcII. TJvorpool Not 'J8anr) Qneons town -7i!i. With m4*e and f <? R .1 t'ortiv Steamer Donmnrk flirt. William*. London Nov 21, with mtlne ?ml HH pii**eiijr??r* to PW.I ilurat. IIimJ SK wind* with lino wosthar to the Bank*, thenro wfitwly wind* and rain : N'ot -S?, l?t 4."? 45, loti 49 British iron <'Ud Black Prince, from liilifnx for l-.r.elund: Dap 3, lei 43 SI, Ir>u 5? 47. steamer Victoria (Br), from Boston for Liver pool; 5th. ltd) miles E of Bandy Hook, a Red Star line strain nr. hound K. Rte.imer N'eckur (fler'. Wllllgerod, Bremen Nov 24. via Southampton 2ttth. with nidse audi 153 passenger* to Ool riths A Co. trrlved nt 5:15 AM. Hail (Ins weather, with earteilv wind", first part of paaeace: tlion stron? rt and HW windst'Dec 3, l?t 441>4, Ion VI .V4, passed an Anchor Una slosmrr. hound K: same day. lai 43 .7, Ion VO trj, steamer Uiinau Gor). hence for Bremen Steamer Crescent City. Porter. Aspinwall Nov 23. with miian and passengers to the Pacific Mai) Steamship Com. pnnv. ,-steamer Algiers. Hawthorne, New Orleans Nov 27. with nulse to Boirnr A Morgan Steamer Margaret, Koota, Wilmington, NO, 3 days, with mdae to Wirt P Civile A Co. Bark Lloyd (Nor . Jacobson, I.arne 52 daya. In ballast, to Benhntn .V Havrsen, Bark Ghlcnerlo (of Windsor. KB). Potter. Hamburg Oct IB. in ballast, to Scatnntell Bios. Nov 14. lat 45 20.ion 31. spoke ship Witt Mefiilvary. Nickels, from Liverpool for Norfolk -. ltith. 1st 46, Ion 42, ship Silo (Br', Marvin, from New York for Havre Hark Prledleif (Nor). Ktcnnaen. Rotterdam 53 days. In ballast, t.i f Tobias A Co. Hark John H Pearson (of Boston', Taylor, Catte 46 days, with nnlse to James Henry. Hark Alaska, Perry. Marseilles 43 days, in ballast, to Lawrence, Hi lea A Co. Passed tllhrnltar Nov 3: Nov 5, about 4:40 PM. I'apo Spartel hearing KSE. about 40 niilr.?, wind fresh gule from N W, heavy sea running. vessel close hnuiod by the wind mi the starboard tack, with topsails rihI all lower sails sot. going ahont fivo knots through the water, urather clear, sighted a steamer's innathead and red light npon ottr starboard bow; hnrned our torchlight three different times, each time of nbont tlireo minutes duration, illuminating the vessel from deck to track; the steamer did not take the slightest notice of tho light, and at about 5 o'clock she struck US on the starboard bow and carried away jibboom close to the cap. with nil headgear attached; started three planks in tho how. started cutwater, broke hnbstavs, jib guys, fore and aft stays and tore the sails into ribbons, making a general wreck. After the steamer passed clear ?be returned and ii-l?fsi tho extent of <vnr dam see and save the uatne Ciytia. ol Newport. E. Bark Marv Apnea (of Halifax, NS), Do Coeta, Oporto 26 data, in ballast, to Perkins A Co. The M A made the round trip from New York and back in the short apace of 63 days. Brig Anna (Dutch), Raner. Rio Grande 40 days, with sugar to Bowring A Archibald. Crossed the Egnatirr Oct 2ft in lou 35 30. Brig Horn (of New Haven), Pierce. St Pierre 13 daya, with sueat to I> Trowbridge A Co. Had strong NK winds to 1st 30, Ion 75; tlicnco X nnd NW winds; was 8 days N of fiat tcras. Brig Ortolan, Dorp. Havana 14 days, with sugar to Clias Marti; vessel to Brett. Hon A Go. Brie John Welsh. Jr. Armstrong. Sagna vi? Delaware Breakwater 14 days, with sugar to Younge A Co. Schr Jennie A Stubha, Stnbbs, Curacoa 15 daya, with salt to Brett, Son A Co. Kchr Chilian iBr), Bobn, Milk River. Ja., 12 days, with cocnanuts and logwood to O Weasels. Sr.lir L A Van Brant. Tookur, Nusaan ? days, with sugar and fruit to Moulel A Son; vessel to J A Van Brunt. Hail heavy variable winds. Schr West Side, Davia. Corpus Christi 23 days, with hides and bone to J II Hrowcr. Had strong northerly and wcat ?rlv winds ; bniit sails, Ac. Schr Sullio Mair, Hauck, Jacksonville 10 days, with lim ber to order. Schr Kilo. Condon. Brunswick, Ge. via Charleston 12 davs. with lumber to Warren Ray. Schr Aimed.!. Smith, Georgetown, SC. 7 days, wish lum ber to Jed Frye A Co. Schr Ridgewood. Johnson. Georgetown, DC, 5 days, with naval stores to E D llnrlbnrt A Co. Schr A J Aleott, Lnvaland. Virginia. Schr Ida B Gihron, Shaw, Virginia. SchrLillie Falkinberg. Lorciand. Virginia. Schr S J Fooks. Cranmar, Baltimore. Schr S I, Simmons. Lake, Philadelphia for Fall River. Srhr Wot Boardmnn. Newell. Philadelphia for New Lon don. Doc tl, at II AM. saw a large three-masted ichohner ashore on Brlgantine Shoals, with all sails sst. PASSED THROUGH HELL. GATE. BOUND SOUTH. Steamer City of New Bedford. Fish, New Bedford for jtfWk York, withmdso and passengers to Barling A Drill. Stoamer Albatross. Davis. Fall River for Now York. Steamer Elcctra, Young. Providence fer New York, with mdae and passenger* so Isaac OdeH. Steamer Bolivar, Gear, New London and Nor*tub for New York. M . ? Srhr Moil, Mead, Greenwich far New Y ork. Alio passed through, the following, which were before rn Snrted in the rood* above:?Bchr* Major Henry Waddell, Inrrar. from Providence for New Y'ork; RoBin Sanferd, Kent. Stamford for do; fawn. Well*. Brideepert for do; Claris"* Allen. Wakely; G-een County Tanner. Hyde, and Estelln Day, Tracy, from Providenco for do. BOUND EAST. Schr Ciar. Ellis. New Y'ork for Jlostnn. Schr Ionian Smith. Weber, New York for Boston. Schr Sardinian. Hnlhrook, New York for New Bedford. Schr Hastings. Ghauo, New Y'ork for New Bedford. Sclir Maria Morning. Williams. New Y ork fer Norwich. Schr I.ncv Wonlworth. Rohina. Hohokrn fori'sials. Srhr Maria Adelaide. Kent, tlohoken for New Bedford. Sclir FlightjChnse. Iloboken for Providence. Schr I em is Walsh. M?Dsid. Hohokrn for Providence. Schr 1) Faust. Smith, Poet Jolinaon for Boston. Schr Win M Everett, McDanial, Port Johnson for Provi drnee (Sec Miscellany.) Schr B V IVnolsoy, Til-rail, Port Johoaim for Providence. Sclir Belie K Hull. Brush. Port Johnson for Providence. Schr l<ndy Ellen, ilowe. Port Johnson for Providence. KchrT i" A bell, llogau. Pert Johnson for Newport. Sclir Liberty. Johnson. Amboy fe" Norwalk. Schr Mary Hamilton, Simmer. Amboy for Norwirh. Schr J L Wainvrright, Waiawrignt, Philadelphia fnr Providence. Schr J gGnrrington, Parker. BalUmnre for New liavna. Schr Rodnev Parker. Parker. Baltimore for New llavan. Schr Charlie Miller. Thomas. Virginia fer Pair Haven. Schr Wm Farrvii, Ltudsley. Virginia for New Haven. Schr John M.ieser, Wilson. Virginia for New Haven. Schr Aimed!. Smith, Jacksonville for New Haven The revenue cotter Dexter. Captain Baker, before re ported at anchor rff the Hkbai.ii Telegraph Station, at Whltestnna, I.T. loft for the eaetwand during tin night. CLEARED. Steamer Nile (Br). Pari in. Liverpool?Phelps Broa A Co. steamer Stag (Bri. Willis. Ilouen?John (' Seeger. S'eamer Crest <Bc. Darling Havre?.1 K Tucker A Cn. Steamer Alhamhra i Bri. MrElheny, Halifax, NS, and Nt Johns. NK?Clark A Seaman Steamer City nf Dallas, t heater, Fcrnandina via Port Royal?(' H Mallery A Co. Steamer F W Bnine, Foster. Baltimore?J S Kretns. Steamer Annie, Stcen. Wilmingtoti. Dei?Ahtel Abbott. S'eamer Kerens, llallett. Boston?If K Dltttock Sliip Horfar?tow u, Whitmore, Icinden?Jamea W Elwall A IV Ship Pauline (Gen. Brnggrman. Bremen?Theodore Roger Shin Mabel Taylor (Br), Ooudey, Antwerp?Boyd A lllnrken Bark Armonia (Ansi. ( enonch. Bovront?slocovich A Co. Ksrk Edwin (Br>. Smith, London?C W Berfsnv Ba'k Porilnsralo iBr. Mac Arthur, Cork fer orders? Sloruv irh A 1 III. Bark II A Parr (Br'. Robblns. Antwerp?James W Plwell A do. Bark Jacob lAnsl. Gnrich. Bt Noaoira?Fnncli. Rdyo A Go. Bark Bayard (Nor). Jacohscn, Houan?Boekmsnn. Oeriela A Go. Bntk Ideal (Nov), ('tnusswn, st Malo-?.r Tsrtdoa A r?. Jiark lona (Nor), Hansen, Roehefert? Punch. P.dye A Co. Bark Vosro do Game (Port), Gostanbiera. dporto?O Am elnek A Go. Bark /anr ibar (Gcr). Hlalfald, Madagaeear and a market? G Aniainek A Go. Bark Thomas Brooks, wangli. Bt Jego and Onentananao? Baric Eflsa Bsrsa (Br). Hollla, Bermuda? A E Tookev. Brig Jens (dwei, Tlaaknnsen, Belfast, I?James W Klwnll A Go. Brig Sfa(ann Padre (Aua), Fasce. ( ork for oidern- Bea tiani A Buyoaan. Bi is John Ma-nn. Porter Pon- e, PR? George H Suuim. Brig Ann la Br Grat n. I ornwsllts NS?G W Bert as x. Schr Matilda Rrant. Small. Marseilles?Jamrs llonry. Srhr Eliaabaili Da liar*. I.ow, St Thomas?1'anistnn A On. Srhr Itioaia, McDenald. Nnwark. NJ? Alvah Mudgett Srhr I<ntlie Wells, Aahfovd, I' UaJs, Me?-lohn Bojntou's Son. Schr Haftlo, White. Bostnn?Atvnh Madgntt. Scl-rOatarin McAatlay. Gloneeeter. Maan--Mneiee. Srhr S r Oedwie. Wllltnms. Brldcepon -Htan.fnrd Man ufnrtnring Co Lighter TJii Bill, Perth A re hey, KJ?N Y' Lighterage Co. HAILED. Steamers Nil* (Bri. for Liverpool; Banna lOer), Branson (tnUed 5th>. Albemarle. I<ewee, Del. ships Gae-n*r?.?e Gna 11# -Br,. Lendon Hertsm, Baltimaee. hark* Seetlnrrd Br , BHetcl; Armonia iAnn. f-event; Galberlaw lanli/ns; G de AaliU, Nanua; hrigs Dnalaaka. Havana; GharleUa, Demarara Daylight, do MARITIME MIHCELLANY. Fer loan of the ?rhr Gstedonla. of Wndoor. KB. and rrew. see general news e?Nimns. ('apt E Isolde*, of the "teamsr PGaland. at Botterdnm, has ear iliarks fer special mifeerelngtrnl observations made in connection with (he llaair.u Weather Saretra. Sttte Df Pan. Willlam?, fiom San Franefseo, at Fal month. Was not the veeeel la colllidoti with the I task Man i'ictre 'Ital . as errntienue'y rob 111. hot the hark St Paul (Ken. hound from Hornnsamd to Alteaale. * n?*K Ananosta?Cafit Lor way, of hark John Lai nay, nt Ba'tlmcra, rvporla Nov IN, lot 3R, Inn 45. passed wreck of Not wetrian bark Ambmsla before reported) dismasted and waterlogged llaita YVitatautirnt (Br-, ashore on Utile Egg iiarhoe bar, is a total wrerk Tin- wreeknra liatv abandoned bar. Ban* FdWV.t (Mat), from Baltimore, st (Jiirwnelnwri (be fore reported . eapei-leiicod a bnrri, ,?nn Get 15, shipping very heavj "res, carrying sway stanchions bulwarks, rails, foieeaslle p-eitis and sails, ana making water through the docks. B?H? Baa to*, /-um New York for Yokohama, which pat into Tabic liaj Oetuber 2V. Isnky. had jnttiewnod 400 conn* of oil. K'.ua Coks* Vol vitalt, frwt* New Vmk for Queenstown ikelnre reported! aocicnsd otalile Ticigboi Bar Nov Wt, with rudder g-me, anil was ae?!*t?sl into tjaseiisto* u 85th by lugs. Itniii Mi iias-c of I'trlland. Msi-mer, for l/oudon. gr ohded when laving Ballynaat Nov all, nu? th* bar, but Tih-egnontll fit off sod proceeded The M i as since been , i ported i'ff he Iff y Ihr -i fail of water and with punips i linked. 81 rv n peMH.vts. Keen, hefesa ragartst wrarked near Cape Gbarles. wae caught in a tertilc Wortu eg (he cage on B#? nrdar night. The crew ware 'ashed on dec* ell ntgtu. sad suffered granuy front iiyvtut ka the weather The ntgju. war intensely derk, snd the Drat w?r?inR |lh*y had of J danger was shout 2 AV, when the ??alnick tM shore. flirt Ke me ?t ouco tired amuels of diet1 wore soon answered by tlie life sHrintr stalion. 1 ey v,j ?llM-elv trnnsferred to the .i.e. re ii. an oxbaestedi ytl' ti.H, bv the lifeboat. t'ept Keaue >.?? mneh |inxtrttte?t Jro^ hi* exertion* and exposure. Tlie aclinooer went to pl??* In daybreak, and vessel and cargo wIHproee a total l?os. This la the second vessel owned by tlie same parties v nan has been reported lost within the past two days. th?lo?? or the Irijr llarty, also owned by thent, ha vine been repot teu 4ib In at. ( x iiK I.or.on (of Provineetownb from CharloUetown. JP E 1. fur Baltimore, put into l'r-.vlneetnwn Dee It for 1 epanra, having sjounur a look and split foresail in a heavy ga * 2, about St) wiles oast from Portland, dt'iiit llv-tic, Otis, from (lardlner, M.-., with lumber at fitV Island, found her foremast head rotten, and lias take roast out. Will put In 11 new one at ( Ity Island before Ots charprinji cm-go. Si UK Krrt.rtt?The Machlui Union says it is known that this et.hr was lose in ono of the early Oct ??!?*; ? 7 ?*o feared that the whol i erewnt.i lost. Tho captain, Horace Crowley, lived at Indian P.usr. The crew consisted of Will man Young, Jol-n Parker. Amu Worner and L. Worator. all of Columbia. Tho vessel was owned bv l.apt I. A knowlea A Son, Henry Nr.sit and others in Addison and viciwity. Si nn Wt M Kvv iikt-t. MoDaiilel. from Port Johnson for Providence, was run into by tugboat 1? M I,ox. off t male Iter's liook, while besting up the Kust River yeaUrdey. end hud jib at ay and all headgour carried away and culaa-o, store in. She was token in tow by the to* Oenerftl Meeda Mini loft at City Island for repairs. Tbotugtes. which had h >>arg*? in tow, proceeded uninjured. Sena 1/a Buss. before reported ashore at L'Hommcdleu Slural. was rotten off, after bavins; her dock load "Wite'rtl and towed hv tlie steamer Mouohaneett to 1 ineyurtl Haven yesterday afternoon. fie it B Mi* Crrr, from New York for Veil Rlyer, aunk (as before reported) by collision in Long Island boiioil had a cargo of corn, consigned to D A Brayton A Co. ot Vail River, on which thsre was no insurance. Ati-antic City, NJ. Dec fi.ft-30 AM?A large three masted schooner is usher? ii miles N of this station; narno ub kuiiwn. Hingok, T*ec Stammer John A Peters struck a rock nesr Bi^wti* Pddr, about half a artla below M inn Tillage, on the morning of tho 3d. awl atovo h hole in nor bottom ami fll'rd nt oner. *?he is new being palled to piocos. Thie steamer wa? huilt by .1 L Smith A <'o, in tlie wintor of 1H?<, and made its first trip is Whin in April of thet yenr. Bki r 4vt, Dec .During the gnlo on Monday Rchr Orion that hid tbat day been moored to the bridge, omjjged aceinat it. breaking in her stcrri and knorking down the bridge railing. Sioop Herschel dragged a^Hinil the bridge, noing 8'?nio damage. Schr t'laru. of I>eer Ie.e. lying iu Swan's dock, beat huurily against the bottom at low water, and jumped her rudder out, which \r,i8 lost. Citv Im.atii. Der ??. 11 AM?A hark is rep<?rt?d ae an chored off Raton's Nook, with foietopgallanimast gone .supposed the Hel Stuart (Br\ previoasly reported ae ashore*. Nrw Lowpob. Dec A?A survey wae hold on schr .Hnet 8. ashore near ilic llrhth<m?e, this morning. Tho veins of the vosool wos put at $2i<>. and hereunto of 4.000 bushels pota toes ot cent* por buabol. Sba wm urdrrod t? disc-hargo. fir Jnux. Dor 4?Kcbr Kcarnot (Bn. which ban boon onp ulovvd briaglug ileal* from Point Wolf to tUla povi. got ? shore at ths termor port, and at last accmitita woi in a dangerous position. . ? , i<tli?Tlie report that the sew Nova fieotia hark Recovery Is ushoro n: I.iffey s Island is not roiifirtned and probably .bud no good foundation. It is thought thn report orig inated from tho loos of the ship Owego. Frskcisco. Nov 2fl?A dnpoteh from Onnlnln otatos thut tho sebr ltnrld and Kttin, Captain Olnoa, Is ashore at Fish Rock. Satan tab. Doc 4?A eurrev was held yesterday on the cargo of the Spanish hark Melius, from New Orleans for I.oodon. The cargo was found to be well stowed end diin neged, and that l<Ai tons, more or less, sro iu good condi tion, the balancu damaged by salt water. Hoon Paxsauk?S hr Roena Arabell. Copt McCahan, from Kew Ycrk. arrived at Porto Plata Oct 20, making the pas sage iu less than 8 dnys. WHALEMEN. Arrived at St Michaels Nor 13, bark Reindeer. Baker, 'efnlled from ik> Nov 13. brig Henry Tmwbrldge. Paine, to "Arrived at St Helena Ort 34, berks Bart Oesneld, Robin eon (and sailed 3IHh to crnlae): 37th, President, Peeeo (end sailed again seme day to criilae). , , _ .... , . Spokes?A whaler, showing white flag, with red C in centre, steering W, Sept 13, let 3 S, Ion (Iw. SPOKEN. Shin Birnam W?ed (Br), liragory, from Cardiff for Singe pure, Nov 1(1, let IB X. Ion 3B W. Ship Minnie Swift (Br), Uewell. from Antwerp for New Orleans, Nov 16. lat 46 01, Ion 7 40. Ship Sunrise, Clark, from New York for Yokohama, Oct 18. on the Kqnator. Ion 34 W. Ship Rock City (Br), Lethhndre. from Montreal for Mon tevideo, Nuv 1. iat 35 N. Ion :? \Y, all well. An Americau ship, from Newcastle for Bombay, steering S. Oct 14, let 7 N, Ion 35 IV. Bark Anna A Rich (Br), Raid, from Dublin for shelbunie, NS, Nor 13. 1st 45. Ion ?. Berk Thomas Lee iHrl, from Quebec for Whitehaven, Not 30. 30 miles W of Holyhead. Bark Xordcap (Nor), J so sou, from Caen for Baltimore, Nov 15, lat 44. Ion 11. _ .... Bark Perie (Gar), from California for Liverpool, Oct 8. lat 1 8, Ion 36 Went. .. .... Bsrk Xenia. Reynolds, frem Liverpool for Bombay, Oct 30. 1st 7 58 N. Ion 33 40W . , ? _. Bark Ornen (Nor). I-arsen. from Liverpool for Now York (captain sick ; vessel in charge of the mate). Not -1, let 38. Ion 34 Bark Alice Reed. Kollernn. from New Y'ork tor Honolulu. Sept 34, Int 34 50 S, Ion ?333 W. . Hark Aglaia (Brk. Jack, from Sen frmnctecofor Queena town, Nov 11, lat 20 N. Ion 134 W. Brig .Mnrena. llntidy, from Aluandrla for New lleven, Nov 17. E of Gibraltar. . v- w?a An American brigantine, abowing JBRH, from New York for MuoteTidao. alf well. < let 19, lat 3 N, Ioni34 W. Schr fisndnlpivon. from Norfolk for Barbndoa no dato lat "14." lea "16 10" (by achr John A Good, at A moyard Haven. ______ OUR CABLE SlftPPINO NEWS. Ajstwbmp, Dee 6-Arrired. ship Macanley, Bennett, Balti. more ; bark Bnlt <Br\ MrBrido. New York. BnnaiiN. Doe ?? Arrived, ship Brewrerhaven (Oeri. Wholt, Baltimore; barks Harrbnrg (Ger). Harhsgen, New York; Wild Ilnnter, Miliot. New Orleans. ItognsACt, Dec 3?Arrirefl' barks Aladdin (Nor). Peter, sen. New York; 5th. Ilnavnnd (Nor), Ultenaeo, do; Ornnd lovon iNor), NettHuiielsen. do. Sailed 4th, bark Kong Sverrs (Nori, Githmart, United State*. BAncrtA>KA, Not 30?Arrived, brig Alhertlna (8p), R? queta, (Tliartesinn ; Dec 3. bark Espana (Sp), Rosas. Capi*. Not 30?Arrived, hark I'nmaa (Rw>, Anderson, New York; brig Klisa Stevens, Rich. do. Dka?.. Dec ft?Arrived, berk finpptao (Br), Gerdoa, New York for I.nmlon. Down. Dec U?Arrived, steiunar Co*licret???e (Bri, Hell, Now Orleans for Revel. Kai.mouth, Dec 5? Arrived ship Dnisberg (Gar), Erers, Baltimore for Rotterdam; berk Nymphcn (Nor), KJulf, New York for Bremen ; 6Ui, brig Adrian (Br), Jonas, Tnrk'a Island via ('liarleaton (see below). Havre. Dec ft?Arrived, hark Lnigia P (Ana), Forlan. New York; Harmon lea (fiw). Neilson. Charleston. sailed 5th. ship Stelnvora (Br. Mclntoeh, New York; harks Begin (Nor?, Imrsen, glo; Oeenn ChUf (Br). Cook, Bsltlmore; George Peehody (Br), Hilton. Delaware Break, water. MfTWHPnoa, Dec 6?Arriveil. steamers Bnlgarlnn (Br), Trent. Boston; Chilllngham (Br), Sanderson, Norfolk; ship Glenlffer (Br). Cnmmlng, Montreal. Sailed ??h. harks Tlkoma (Br). Andrews, United Stntns; Le Plata i Nor . Andrensen, Now York. Uinnon. Dec 5?Arrived, berk WinifrodtBrkTmnke, Ball River. Sailed 6th, eteemer France (Rr). Roareea. New York. I.Tsy. Doe 6? Arrivod, hark I,auger. (Nor). Boataen, Phi la dolphin. * LtnvRicK, Dec 6?Sailed, bark fianthern Belle (Br), San dera, Baltimore. lA?snovnv*?T. !><? 4?Sailed^ bark Ylllege Belle (Br), Wright, Bsltlmore. M to Dec 6?Arri-ed. berk Vlbtlle (Bri. March. Philadelphia. Piteoctii. Dee ft?Arrived, stoemer Dego (Bt), Haddock, Galveston far Revel. Pai.?iuh?, to Dee 6?Arrived, schr C S Beyles. Heyera, PWHUMidtio QcgrvsTOWff, Dee B-Arrived, berk Mom (Sp), AsieguTe, New Orleans. ItOTTrsDsn. Dec 6? Arrived, aenemor Scheldam (Dutch), Chevalier. New Terk; bark Kretn (Nor), Abvahemsan, do. Rucrn. Dae ft-Arrived. bark Sarah H Prealer, fiheppnrd. New York. Sailed 5?h, bark S J Bognrt (Br), MeRae. Now York (not pre vim si yx RniAV. Dae 5?Off. bark Cotlolan (Ger). Yon B Baltimnre for Bnunes. H?u;o, Dm 3?Arrived, berk Marco Ibalo (ttal), Gavagnia, New Yor* St Nituu. Dee 3?Arrived, bark Hltar (Ana\ Bandleh^ New York Sailed 4th. berk Liodheha (Ner), Now Yark. TiAi BS. Dee Arrived, bark Wm Owen <Brx Brum, Bal time re. Iesnot Dec 6-Dark Amelia (Itali, Landasa. from Battl mere, which arrired at Qnoeeatwsrn yaetarday, tank part of bar bulwarks Brig Adrian (Bri, Jonae. frsisn Turk* Islands via Cbarlaa tan fer Eagltrh Channel for order*, pet InWi Palmonth U itay with Ion of foremen* and all head gear attached. WT.ATHBR REPORT. HrftTSEAO Dec ft-Wlod N NW. etroag; tmromeWw 3f?(ft. Pi.Tworrtt. Ho. 6?Wind NW. light. ???; beromotor :*>?!. ST CATWRmsR * Pnttrv. Dee (t?Wind NE. moderate, fine; barometer*), (hermomoier *). SctUT, Dee 6?Wind N. floe; hare reel or 3d 30. POREIGN POSTS. Anov Oct 34?In port, bark Aagio Norman (Brl. David **A<iAMri!p<r Oet^'aB?Sailed, ehlp Merlenne Nottehokm, Nairn. Tleiorie, YI; bartl'atellne (Boll. AnHtj. d<v? In port Nov |k ships Toagailent. 'J*** J"**"?** ;".T(i in sell 33th, Puiynoele Ger), for San Pre arisen. t? sail 1 rami. Ort I ft?In port, ship Rerwamjeo Pram)ee (Br), Bid well, from Mentis, arrived 1 lib. for New ) w... (IttrToWU. Oel 34? Arrived, schr ?*..pbl? M?nson^ Will lems, Turks Islands via Hlnoields (and sailed Nov.. far Putt l.lni.m snd Asplnwnll). w_,i tu.n_ Mux. Kvou Octal Sailed, skip Snmner K Mead, Dixna, New York; 33d. hark Albort ituasell. Carver, do In port jiev 1, borks l.lssLn i'errv din, Porry ; lleaefarter, lis.Ui.in end Cbailenge (Bri. Doughty, for Now York, (Hands (Bri. Hello, for San rrniirlsi o IImio Oct 34? Arrived, shl|. Coldslrnani, Merry, New York (and sailed 37ah for Yokoheina). Soiled Oct 3, abii. iim-loing .lu-l. Manila; IHth. hark I.aura H Burnhaui, Phillip Ilnlln n?.ii. K In iFirt <K*t '/f*. (rtiljw ?nJHitUt h Tftplev, Tail!'';. un? ; brirk Wuallby Hliip lmrrt, r"lV*uV*Del t?< lears.!. bark Marl* 'Br . Stewart. United Arrived (Kb. ateamer Ca-plen (Bri, Tfnrka. Baltimore for ^irtTri 7th. fieamer Mores lee (Br,, Grtheni. 1 f * Itoitn. Oti30?la pert, berk Laaa (Br), Tra.eena, for New Yon. Mfmina, Nov UO?Jn port. brig D#i?v, MfCarty, and ?cbr I*Und Tit v.UnwfiH. Ut tor dUcU.ntfin;; Makiu, (V'l 2?M'lwirtKl previously, bark Uraitfowl tor), Drurv, Now York. Sailed Oct 11*. bitip Rooloo, Allen. I'ubu i?n<l Biwloti. In port Oct iN?. nliip Southern frot*'*, lintrhon (fn?m Ilonj? Konjf. arriMui Oct 7?, for Sow York; HeiteUi. Uowtioju, from do, wrri ved Uth : barks Ocean <??in (Br), RoMaeau for Sow York; KI till ran (lit, 1.ampler, for do; Ethan Allen, flat dy. for Shanghai. , I'KKNAKrntro. Dee .'i?Arrived previously, brljc Soiario (Br), Me Loud, Now York. Poirro Pi.ata. Oct 20?Arrived, sclir Roena Arabcll. McCuhnn, .Vow York. XftiANUHt!, Oct I'.?Sailed, ahip Paul Jones. OerrUb. Man Ha; 'Jdth, burk Alruatin. Hlnnchurd, Tientsin. In port Oct 24. bark Katie Plickinger, Ciilman, unc; senr Ocean Poarl. Orinnoll. do. St John, XB, Dec .'i?Arrived, bark Bristol (Br), Davis, IVitiithport: lirijr Olalrmont iBri, Smith. (Ilaavow. Arrived Doc B, bark Liffy (|lr?, MorrUscv, Dublin; schr Howard Holder (Br), li old or. New York; Fntt Arthamus, "ole, do. Cleared 4lh. slilp Bridgowuter (Br\ Allen, Liverpool; bark David (llr). Walker, do. Sailed Btli, ship Jiridirmvutcr. Brown, London. Victokia, Nov 27?Sailed, ship Robot Dixon, Osgood, Bun Kranciaco. Yokohama, Oct 2V-Arrived, hark Oeylou, Kelly, Nagas aki. Sailed Oct 2*3, harks J II Iugersoll, Strout, Nagshakl; 28ih. Crusader, do. Sailed Oct .ID, mliip (Jrandee. Jacob*, Manila; Nov 2, bnrk Ferris S Thompson. Thompson, Sun Francisco. 0 I I'm Nkckam.I Amkiiimsvkv. Nov 23?Arrived, Clrnalvou, Richards, Mira ralchi. AirwHP.SovSS?Sailed. Susan 1'Thurlotr, Eaton, Nuv York; 8 (' ISIunchard, Meudv. Kin Janeiro. ALunciw, Nov H?hailed. I'eub'idy. Jorgensen, Sovannali; UOih, Marin Zla Catterlnn, for New York. Hid Mr V Nov 22?Arrived, Main (a). Barre. Now York; 8t Cloud. Darker. Baltimore. Sailed -I'd. Braunschweig (si. I'nileiilscli, New Orloaus via Havana (end pasaod Deal 23d). BonuKAf.a, Nov -'8?Arrlvod, Albertlno, Schytte, Mlra nilcbl. Railed from Pnnlllac 22d, Vilg. Grngrrt?en. New York. Went to aea from Ho.van -iHh, < has Kabl, Mohr, Hnltt moru: -'1st, Kaluioitth, (Hanson, do; (iiemla, Tlimuaaaon, New York. Hckst, Nov 10?Suilmi, Fairy, Jobnsnn, Now York. C-Atmsr, Not 25?Arrivod, Sicily ia>, (in,on, Liverpool; 251 ti. Sainnol Welah, Ivrill. Dunkirk. ( aruvanw kh. Nov 28?Off, Einigkolt, Kantel. Quebec for Gloucester, Arrived 25th, Stafford. Juno*, 1'abelloti do rice;' Ann, MeCarry. Mirumn-ht for Glasgow (abort of provisions), Cadiz. Nor in?Rgjcd. l-'alco, Sandstrom, Galveston. ('ATAXIA, Noy I.V^rijved. Alexandria (a!, Liiidfiitister, Naples (and ?ailed 17th fur Meeaina and Palermo, and ar rived at P Itttbi; 16th Marathon (a), lloseaaon. Messina (mid sailed same day foPTrirste, where ehe arrivod iHtb); 2tith, little (?,. Waddail, Cattrllaraanv. CAU'tJTro, Ort .'in?Arrived, Ice King. Sargent, ltoaton. ?D*At, Nor 25? Pa*cnd. Hindoo f?). Stevens, llull for New York: Bremen, Caldwell, Hull Hirer for Ipswich: Robecea, Hanovicb, Philadelphia for Newcastle; Altai, Niskn. Hull River for Londnu ; Semiraniido (a). Brown, London for New Orleans; G M Cairns. Hell, Quebec lor Newcastle. Anchored IHUi, Etoinolugia, Serro, Newcaatlo for Now York. ? I?A*TSCOUTn, Nor 22?Off, Earaerli. Motion, London for Baltimore. , Dtmnrr;. Nov 25?Arrived. Loveid, Baltimore. Dt xntKNkes. Nov 2d?Passed. Joaaie Konwick (of Chat bam, NMi, bound W; 25th, Atmosphere (ship of Liverpool) bound W. Drat.ix, Nov 24?Arrived, Northern Star, Sherry, Balti more; Mary W Pipes. Bai tlntt. St. John. Dutvkibk. Nov 2.1?Arrived. I'nderwrlter. McConnoll, Bal timore; \V N H Clements, Wilbur, New York. Sailed 22d, Amore, Buclielte. New York. Filmoutu. Nov 23?Sailed, Si!a? Alward, far St Brlene; -4th, Irigtut. Smith, Qnevnstown. Fowrv, Nov 23?Sailed, Frlda, Raamaason. New York. Gl.otVKnT?rit. Nov 2.5?Arrived, Lune. Balfour, Montreal; (farolIna. Gorbor., New York. Sailed 25th. Ilolrostrand, Jacobsen. Delaware. Grbknocb, Nov 25?Arrived. Floretta. Gamble, Chicago. Gibkai.tak, Nor lit?Arrivod, Svelvig, Hjalui. New York for orders. Hamburg, Nov 21?Arrived, Wisland (a), lllbich. New York. Hailed122d. Windward, Baker. Sandy Hook Sailed from Cuxharcn 21st, Berno. Dahlstadt, Savannah Havks. Nov 22?Sailed, Aspataron, Ford, Delawarn Broakaater: 23d. Viking, Doognll, Hampton Roads; Vllora II Hopkins, Hopkins, Roncn. Lirpnroni.. Nor 24? Arrived, Australia. Christopberren. Miratnii'hi; Arioa. - Hubert, do; Adriatic (s(. Jennings, Now York; Altreria (si, Watson, do; liake Erie (?), Sclater, Mon treat. Sailed 22d. Cordova (a), Jackaou. Pernambneo; Citv of Bristol (a?, Ilelamotte. Pbilndolphiu; 24th, Ira-ell, McDon ald. Penaacnja; I'nels'-ar. Mclx>nn. Sooth West Pass. liOtrsis, Nov 25?Arrived, Thos Daniel, Gylos, Coosaw River. Cleared 23d. Sir Robert Peel, Lsrrabee, New York. Lwrn, Nov 22?Arrived, Eveline. Lochead, Qnebec; Emma, Wiillumaon, Montreal. Livkbick, Not 23?Arrived, Lnea, Frlelie, New York; 35th, Zvoniinlr. Marilovlrh, Baliiinore. Malaca. Nor 16?Arrived, Knight Tomplar (?), Hender son, Palermo. Naplks, Nov 20?Sailed, Wycliffs (?). Elliott, Mosslna. Pai.krmo, Nov 14?Arrived. Powhatan (el, Newliigton Mlhi/xo (and railed 15th for New York); IHth. Deronda <al, Knott. Cardiff: 17th, Wm Freoerlck, Kate. Gibraltar; Chancellor (?>, Valiaut, Messina; ISth, Severn is). Powers, do. Ssiled 15th. Prior (?). Brown, Patras; lf.th, Boadlcea (?), Smith, Philadelphia: Acadia (s). Montconoory, Now York via t'alencla, Ac. (sailed from V 20th, and passed Gibraltar -23d.) QrurNvrawy, Not 24? Arrived. Trigtut, Smith. Philadel phia via Fslmuuth for orders; 25th. Come Vol, Porraro. New York. Off24th, Mabel Young. Crane, Ran Francisco for Liver pool (and sailed); 25th, Klrkwood, Slouett, front San Fran cisco. Sailed 24th, Venice, for Shelberne. Ha.vuoov Oct IS?Cleared, Beatrice Havener, Dukey, P? nang. SocrtiAgnov, Nev 23?Balled, Oskar Scbyborgsen, for Baltimore. , St N Asaiaa, Nov 21?Sailed, Crono, Stark, New York. Seas CattAi.?Arrived at Sues Nov 24, Gloueagtos (si, lle I.eln, Japan and China for New York. Sailed from Port Said 24th, Ocean King (s). Roper (from Shanghai. Ac>. New York. Ttons, Nov 2A?Sailed. Parana. Plnckney, Cardenas. Trikstv, Nov 21?Hailed, Stdnaien (?) McFoe. Cataula. | Tuscan, Nov 17?Peaevd. Etta Whhteasore, Wright, frwtn | Troon for i'ardenas. ? I Pen Stbavkr B .?t.vta1 Aicnritap, Nov 23?Sailed, Tabor, Seatoo, New York; Yan cenrer. Carver, America. Aitjru. Oct B?Passed, Cheshire, Btchelder, from Simon's Town tor Hatavia Arrlveil Ort 12, Ceprrrn. Hichbovn. Cape Tkia-n for orders. Balmxa, Nov 23?Arrived, Maud C, Brown, Han-ey, NB. Borduapx, Nov 23?Proceeding down. President Dane. Albrechtsea. for New York; May Queen, Prior, do; J W Williams, for United States. Went to sea from Royan 25th. Piskataqoa. Seott.snd BHiiirtken, Harris, for Nsw York; Uneen Victoria, McKrn *fe. Baltimore; E DJewett, United Slates. CAatiirr, Nov 23?Cleared, Ada Peard, Harris. St Cath arine. Cagmaki.Nov 10?Sailed, Jenny,Gluranovieh, Now York; Album. Oneto, Boston. Cv.rMAi.oxiA, Nov tt? Sailed, James Slater, Hawkins, GiiiK-ardo (CcphelontaV IrrsbK*. Nov 25?Arrived, Dwaholme. Begg, Montreal. Di.'stin, Nov 25?Arrived, Kodiek. Peters, New York. llsoGilKnA. Nov 24?Arrived. Ionian, Cane. New York Ix saiak, Nov 25?Arrived, Emitie M, Magness, Balti more. Drtln Nov 25?Off. Etlmnlogia. Serra, from Newcsstlo for New York. th'tr.lSMS. Nov '25?Passed east, ship Mldns, of Prince Edward Island. Fai.mouth, Nov 25?Roiled, President Sverdmp, Roch ester Put In 25th, Amor. Bnsetto.from Dunkirk for New York, rested the Lliard Jtitli,South Tyne lei, from Now York for Ixindon Ci.occssTFU. Nov 25?Arrived, Luna, Balfonr, Montreal. Sailed 2<UU, Alien. Ra/etto, New York. Giaaai.TAB. Nev IS?Arrived, Cttv of Sentiagc (s). Patera, Amy Ac (snd cleared fer New Y'orki; Benedetto F, Cetlcro, New York (and cleared for Marseilles). ( leered 13th. Sail? ra Partridge. Malaga (iarrsori, Nov 26?Arrlvrd, Harry Husrhmaon, Lord, Baltimore. Off Innistrehelt 20th, Ardmlllao, from Glasgow fer Bos ton lltl.U Nov 24?Arrived, Marino. Menard, New York. Ssiled 214, Jsfnhav, Oleen, Baltimore; 25th, Paese Par tout. Newman, N?w York. Rskhoviis IIiap. Nov 25?Arrived, Mtnnle. New York. IdTvirpnnt.. \ov 25?Arrived. Mabel Y'rmng, Crane. Sen Fraurtsro; Adept. Ireland. Vaeboc: Caroline Catharine, Milsuin. Wilmlnarton ; 1'smvtan (si. Smith, Quebec; Nestor. Durrhinann, Phlladelohta; Coronet, Arihurson, St John; Varnne. Hcheon, Charleston; Nordstjernen, llnntea, Png wash : 2Stli, Dallam Tower. Davles, Sen Franrlwo Salted 25th. Nleosla. Starker, Delaware Breakwater. Cleared 25th. Moegregor (s|. Newell. Boston; Ginsspne, Raffo, New York ; Propontls (J?. Thomson. Norfolk. Va. lx>M>oy. Nor 2?t-Cleared, Palermo (s). Turner. Norfolk. Salted from Gra>esend 25th, Indie, New Orleaaa; 20th, Sir Robert I'eel. New York. LvtTM, Nov 21?In the roads. Ontario, (rem Qaehee. Soiled 25th. Gov Monnertng 'si. New Orleans. M AAsi.trts. Nov 24?Soiled. Mislsloe, Delao. Baltimore. N'rwrtssLM. Nov 25?('leered, Sardinian, for Bombay. Mri pnLI-V*. Oct 4?Arrived, C E Taylor, Bergman, Eu reka. Mauoiua. Nov 7?Sailed, Helena. Pork, Wilmington; Croydon. Slightom. Charleston ; 14th. Portsmouth, ( renin shields. New 3'ork; 15th. RroiMttsbields, Sllgiitam. Bull River; Ifltb, Vindex, Evans, do. Masuatk. Nov 25?In the road". Perseverance, Brweh, frotu London for Savannah, frreon, NR. Sept 21?Sailed, Pamnnre, Downle, San Pran PaMWW, Nev 34? Arrived, Irene. Stevens. Reanfort. SC. Pl.nsorTti, Nov 2it_Ariived. I 'aitmrlne, Wilson. Philadel phia and Queoostowo. RrVAt, Nov 21?Arrived, Nettle Martinis), Fos, Savan nsli; Cohanim is). Berg, do; Crlndon ip), Rrarkenbaeg, do. (tt MtcgAgl.it, Kav 13?Sailed, Moses Knowtton, Maconi her. Bostoa. Srvtt.iA. Now 2D?( leered, Ellon Monroe, Meere, New ; York 'previously reported as clearing oa Nov 14) | SriAgcnAi, Oct 3?Sailed, Mary Whitridgc, Cntter, Naga saki; Nov 7, Migtxiu, Sohte. Newrhwsng. SiNGAPOBl, Nov 25?Arrived. Gtorgo M Adams, Merrlsea, > Cardiff. Ht llmtPA. Oct 31?Arrived, llesu-r A Shutrbard, Hmitb, I Algon Hay and sailed Nov I fer Now York); Nor 2. Enid, Hraithwaithe. Hollo for New York. Passed Nov I. Britsuais, fiom Catmtta for New Y'nrk : 3d. Thorvsldven. Java for Bo-.toa. Sailed Ort 15. Imttle Heard. Perry. Cnbenda Sntat.ns, Nov 25- Arrived, ("vnosore, lla'os. Qnsber flii.t.OTii. Nov 25?Arrived. Livlngatooe. Hansen, Phlladel I pble vie Qnoenstowu. Smtrva, Nov 11?Sallod, Aatrea, Rneaone, New York: 12th, Armor.ta ft), Pldels do. 14th, Slrio. Pal eg rl no do, | Esplnretore, Icmgoberdi. do Tasiji Bit, Drt 27- Arrived, Mindoeo, Bvedla. Boston. WtiiTvitAvvs, Nov 25? Arrived, 7Vwl.ee, Kendall, One bee. YwrrhPM Nov 24?Sailed. Ions. Petersen, Nww York. Asvwvgp, Nov 25?The Catherine, Belgian hark. Crown, henre for New York, which sailed from Flushing Nov 14, put back to Plashing on the 21st In dlstrrss. Hit? via, Nov 25?The Sarah Nicholson wilt proeeed to morrow for Singapore, in low of a steamer. IIavrv, Nov 23? The James C Slovrtison (si, Pnrvls, ar flvtPl hew from New Y'erk, vnenuntoeed heavy galei on the Hth Hlh and 11th Nov, snvtaiiiiiig damage to boat- cabin ?kslight ami cshln fnrnllnre. Iisil bolts drawn mit of deck, starboard anil how of forecastle and seams of deek started end battens and tarpaulins washed off the eft?r hatch. Ltrsaroat. Nov 25?The Nordst|ernen, from Pugwaah, had part of cargo washed overboard. Logons, Nov 26?The L'Rsperance, Dennis, from Trini dad, report* passed (let 13, In lei 3s N, Ion 47 W. an ehsn doeed hark with inltseninast standing, the head wrenched off; ibe appeared to be Amerlrati. with a large glided oval round the stern, with a quarter deck and a house built In (house washed avtsyi; bowsprit snd JIIShmiiu standing, pointed white She had nu Iron capstan on (he furcastle dei k snd did nut appear to have been long abandoned, her Imws Just swaoh Qcri axTowa, Nev 25 -The Italian hark Alhlssola P. from New York for Anistcrdam, pnt In here tilth loss of main yard, bulwarks and sails, snd with wlieslhuuse washed away St VtFtrrPT. CV, Nov 2t?The British ship King of Alp* rln, i toil A (it serp for Philadelphia ihatlasl), has pnt in her( te.iki, witli est ro shifted mid pumps rhoheii. stiAsmiAi. tie! |tt?The fastis Holme. Williamson, whieh arrived li -re 27th lilt from Now York, reports -- Msy 15 hsd a heavv " lie durlnir ? hb li e nmn wiisheil *v *? from Ihn w'heel etid the entering over the slcerinu sppnre tns was smsstiwl July 25 naperleneed another hoevv gale and hsd rrerwhlng wsshed off the dsrk. Ang 5 ehlptwd anothsr hsav v sea which filled the quarter beat and srnaelied , Um suemaaodatNgi ladder. 8t TTki.kna, Oct .!>*? 1'nrtior.n nl Ilia cargo of the I'lcntM tim< A Alico. fruin C ilonih > for NAw York, hevo been fennd to bo inoro or !?*>? damaged; .'J*? bundle* coir yam and 64 bundleeof ciiinanion hatol>eeit l ocuio mendad to be ?old by auction. Nearly all the cuiK't baa b'tec discharged 1 be llndsoo. from t Vim for Ijlv*r|to?i, i? *<>11 repairing. Nov i!?'The Clementine A Alicu hs? he.-n condemned here. StoKVtiW.tr. Nov lit?Tbo bark Concordia, Olson, of Orainmen. after undergoing henry ce|iair* on the patent *iip, will proceed ebortly for Wilmington. AMEEICAN POETS. ALEXANDRIA, Dec .1? Arrived. selirs.J 8 Hewitt. Wseb lugtoti (and fleered for Bristol); ('. P rtlnulckeon, Washing lugtou: Silver? Wins, do; Carrie Holmes. New Haven: Laura K Mvc-cr. Windsor; .lune I. -Newton, Buitoil. Cleared?Sent-Heracliel, Sandy Hook. . Passed down?Srhrt Mary D Anderaon, for New tore, Clias Moore, Provldunco (all from Georgetown). BOSTON. Doe B? Arrived, ateatuore Pottsrllle 1 Philadelphia: Retilexnako, rtweln.de; Neptune, Berry.New York; sehrOlive, l-'ryw, Waehawken. I*leu**?d?StennioTH Sininriii (Bn, (Jill, Liverpool; Iliynsu Br>. Armstrong, do; Me^erln.aetU(Br) Weliore, doj .fl.r. Nellie Brown. Young. New York; Oboe H Hodgson, Heytl, *Bav rtlale. Crocker. PhUadolohl?. BALTIMORE Doe (I?Arrived, steamer Octorore. Rey nolds. New York ; ecUr Helen Hasbrouek. Bennett, do. Cleared?Sleuluur. Calvert, l-olu.v i liarlrston; Black stone March l'mvidonco; harks Ijomo (Nor), Burhe, Ko.hefort; Avo Giuseppe (Hat). Uamba. Bordeaux; Gun liilda tBrl, tlrent, do; Wifrtawarf (hwc), Hultmeii, Queens town- si'hrs Mend Seward. Anderson Nassau; i.e.. C, TroedwelI Terhune. .lenielca; Almon Bird Drlnkwater. Selom ; Skylark. Small, lloboken; Kute t Uifford, Barrett Charleston. , ? _ Sailed?Hark.* QonUr, end Mary L nvernon. BEAUFORT SC I)er 2?Arrived. I.srks Brunette (Br). Richards. Ilolfesl, T; Finland (Bus). Bergman, Iomn. K| brig KltnlBri, Ce-n, Maranham; John May (Br), touguet. Rowling (Seotland); schr Jennie ltopere, Cliadwlck, Now * t'learnd?Bark Albert T Youup .Br), Davles, United King. ' :ld?Clnarcd. brie Daniel (Br). Bentley, United Klupdom. BAT1I, Dec A?Sailed, schr ('barter Oak, Uammage, New Y BOOTH BAY Doc 1?Arrived, achra Rod Rover, Alley, New York for Ellsworth; VV A Duliosq, Snow, do fin "kFVTRLY l)?r 4?Arrived, schr N* I? Symonds, Keeno, Prin'cefcdw nrd I s'nucT(and sailed 5th for a Southern port! BRISTOL, Doc 5?Arrived, schr Sarah Mills, Buratox, PBAKkI's'LANDING. Deo .'.-Sailed, schr Minnesota. ^mTa'rlksTOn! Dec fl?Arrived, hark Lyngoer (N?r), Pot tureen, Dublin: art., Joseph Kudd. II Idreth, New ^ Cleared?Harks Nelllo T Duest (Br). Messenpe , HreiueiM Xmlis (Bn, Conninghara. Barcolona; Frank (Nor).^Arnoselt, Liverpool;hrlg Galileo (Sp). Domcneck, Harceloua. Railed?hrlp Durboss (Br), London; schr II rt Brook* ^DAIUE'n ")o<" 2?Arrived, barks Laboramtts (Br), Adair, D.nidalk; (d. Morninp Star (Bn. Fox. Conway. Cleared Nov BO, l>ark llopo (Br). Jenkins i'iii. EASTPOKT. Nov 30?Arrived, schr VA llllam U 1 age, H11 yard, New S'ork. _ ..a Dee a?Arrived, l.ark Karoon, from Truro, NS . BDOAHffOVt'N. Dec 4?Arrived, solir Ann blir.a, Hallock, Now York for Saloin. . , , _ . _ T 0 EAST GREENWICH, Dec 5-Arrived, schr Llllie u Wells, Wells. Port .Johnson. rlark FAI-T. RIVER. Doe 4?Arrived, schrs Ooorgie Bart let t. Philadelphia; Clio Chjlcott, * Sailed?Steamer Vindicator. Rogers, Philadelphia. .">?li?Arrived, -learner Albatross, Davis, New York, "chns Constitution. Young, Philadelphia; J Terry, Orrisou, froos Ksidled?Schr Eliaaheth S Lee. for Philadelphia. GAl.VESTON, Doc B?Arrived, harks Minnle Carr llo (Brt, Wad.nau, Liverpool; Amor, from Martinique, sthr Jol.ci Mlddleton. Jr.Tnnnell. Philadelphia. Sailud?Hteainer Hampton (Br). Preston, Liverpool. GEORGETOWN. IK), I>eu 5?Arrived, schrs Lookout, .New York, fo load for Aspinwall; Carrie Holmes. LSauid^h??Ainle Goer. Roberta. Now York; F K Odiorne, C rowel I, Boston ; O L Fonaendon, Beebe, New Lou ,,GI:oU.^STVrR*I?uib ^cPTl,^?v%d, schrs Dread nsffilS, ,;b~'0tlBL,ford?1, ^ ^ '""rTy A^N lffs.CD?? 4?Arrived schr Grand I.l.nd, Pranch. ^AcWrvM-D^ H?Cleared, schrs T II Living atiuo llodsdon. New York; Mary .1 Ru^ll St.elm.n d.x k'KV WEST Dec ?'>?Arrived. aSeamcr State of Toxas, Wlfk.rwon New York land sailod 3 AM Mlh for Galveston). NFW ORLK VNS, Dec 2?Arrived, ships Minnie H Gerow (Br) Gorow IJvcrpool; Ryerson Br), Dennis, Antwerp; bu rk* Taurits (Nor), Flevold, Grimetadt; Sunriae (SP). Rnlw Havana- I-eono (Ails). Premuda, Hamburg. s.oamera ChasT Hook (Br) Bradley. Rot terdam; jl!?;. Drake (Br). Graham, Liverpool; bark 'pJJtw'SIi aSKSfcdt,aVffkllmenr (Bri. More.n, Fori Fnain - B""^^ <Spi. Diex, Havana; Aim. (Oer). T-amrrrer, Bremen; ibis (Nor). Chrlstianseu, Genoa; sclir IdaC Bnl 1 *Rtb?Arri'ved,T''bar? Genitori Tnrabocchi. (An.), Tarns ^Sailed?Sioallier Dclarabra (Br), Liverpool; bark Apliro d'NORFAlilc!*N'ov (1?Sailed, steamer Benvoirlich (Br), KNEW'BEDFORD. Dee. 5-Arri Perry and Hattte Perry, Cbaso, Philadelphia, Robert My h\ai,^?riv?r SSSfe ir^v^^jo^r Kendriek, Chatham ; snrprlse. Gill do. rmWS,? NEWPORT Dec 6. AM?Arrived, eclirs Jas M Baym* Snow l'hiladilnhU; Pushaw. Allay, from Perth Amboy Suil'td?EttA Stewart, tfmith. froin, Kotter4Uin for. New York; scl.rs E 1 I Oakley, N'yoX.^K'.? * Taunton for do: Isle of IMa.fc Leg*. w Unntitni i. Crocker Thriiiher, Port John son ror wow * Hoi.? Ali^ro. Ksiller' New York for Boswm ; Black,ton. Kelie'y, Providence for New Yort^OorWi^ I^oa^ de f 1'hiiudelnhm More tijrht, Nonfood, York- J Clerit, Ooeains, Fell Blvorfordo; Herald. Belaud, n^SchM^m G"uT' MekaffSr. South Amboy for Boston (waiting malneall); DreWlnauglit Sa-inders rann ton for New York: Ranger. Thurston, 1 residence fordo, ^PM-rrrVv^'tj.MVJgElVM.'rvey. Hart. Providence for Ph*.TelpM.? 'wllH.m S Mon.t, Priest; James H Deeuti. McMalion; Koret, Dunham. Mall, Merrill, J G aVmo^ l^HI^ ParMnekot**ir do'; F C^rtmltb! i^srith, N^s^ Bldforilor'do *71^ Ilanmer, Brooks. Nantucket fo. d^K^lito Racket. Dlcl.lou for do; David O Floyd, Clifford, New Bedford for p\>!1 artelj-).i? y,wn,r T?pr.^^n^?'^;%ri,r2t^ ^NKW Fi!;vvLN.'T>}t05-Amlved schr. M M Hamilton. StfK*lmen Port John ion; Hiuntl, Dewick, x*r PORT ^<)WK^EN1>, Nov 2H?Arrived, Mrk Tidal Wava, W^T)K"Suv 28?Sailed, tmrk Vldeile, Boyd. %n^CAUOULA. Dec It-Arrived, hark Jennie B (Br,. LpfejisiAC< )LA. Dec 3?Arrived, achr, Lester A Lewie, Pen '''fVeared?Mrig Adrle (Br), Zachary, Metensns. PICIIdAllKLrlll A, l>e<* fl?Arrhred. iteaoiers Centipeda. Smith Hoatuii; l*erklomen, Alhert^on, Chelaea; Viudj ? n^Vii Fall River; Tonawanda, Sherman, Profl SSS-Wa Snow, Boston; K C Blddlc Devl. New York ?' Berk-%endleten, P.a,t Cermbridge: Act)llles, Bacon, w_i' l'sntber Miller, do; bark Annie Troop (Br|^ Newlnry-imrt. 1 sntner ^ Hartferd; Mist. i'nonor\?w^l<)l? *U?nry R Til.on. Cranmer. Boeton ; U-II Maoson ilo- R * S Corson, ( omon, do. Cli-sreif?Stesmers V^d.rl.nd (Belr NlckeK Antw.rp; Harold llaarfager (Son J)else, do J^onrtJre (Erh Bee. PWirSl.NiwVo7k!Tirka"reri l''",brirgrBMio."(Bria'dS1 iW'ol'NZ?"*?^Siven; V L Hickman, klmmey. New Bedford. , HwUnd??r\%f^J^m PMI.d^rf^?B.tt Vnf ^StMnw-r^ir^Mal'rtarjm^^rm'i Limr ^tV^Tririd.'B.ril^H.rriet Hickman (BP. Hmith. Ant "pTssed np?Bark a K Reck(Owr. Watjen. front Bremen; "nXTd'-Hark Govpn'rTbt'^Marshall, from Newport rot "iWng'up :> r M-rtteamer An-.oaio (Br), Seaborne, from ' Vailed?Bark Emma Dlltal). Ferroro. (from Genoa) Bal "pgRTI.AND Me Dec -Arrived, steamer Qnehee (Br). Dele IJvApool -.bark Sarmleoto, Gould. Rt Thorn..; schr Jocbin, tillaey, Rnndont. ? x.? v?V Cleared Steamer Francoele. Bragg, Newlrork. r,th-Ar7vrd. bark I'ha. Lering (new). Lortng, Tar month, "cleared?Bark J H Chadwlek, Cardenaa; nekr r?nnie A KsrtVrliiflll. Adanrn, Port Royal. PRIlYIDKNtiE |)ec V?Arrived, s<-hrs Joseph Bermore, n.-.itija IriinWdclnhit- AP-Ketrhum. Ketchnm. do; Katie l lo?r ll^ov nVd A Tmdell. D...?l.s, do for Pewtucket; i If Wl.'lVl^ 6'odfrev, Philodolphie; Honnr. Seturly Klis . ? , i-'..no Turner end M M Merrlmen, Crane, ^kfS!L.n*fVff?wtncKt;CW Locke. Bene.; Al.avella, Smith;.fohn HtoekhAW. Hart, jnU.TohnTrorkfoid, Hatard, , v nt a Sr run ton, I ond, York. EaJliS-jtehra Beoj B Church, Kelley. Geowgetown DC; KeleMe Day Truces, Philadelphia; Maggie Mulvey, do-Reading Kailroesl No 41. Efdrtdge. Trenton; A J Bent ley' Lewi*. Philadelphia; Ida Delia Torre, Ch?.o d"; . rt ^rVe^ild "!; L HV.VnoeW Vel!^ Jn^D D^ ", , ro?i luhnGrlllith lllck,; Koret, Ihinham ; A T Rew Und'RowUnd- JameaNinry. rtno^ Drlando. Rowland, Holmea, GiH.y, New Ysiw?t(tKVT r?ec Arrived.s?-hrs A Trndell.Douglnei KMfe J Hoyc iLnT^Vd jT.hn li ( h.n-, Buell. Phl.ndel ^Railed?Schr. Merv rttowe, Becon; Alabama. Rawley.and ''kiIViMGND. Ni^ ^Arrived. H.sm.r W^nnke, Conch, ?f ^WeSTO?rS?!5: ''rtVh-niVrVd. ship ?nffordshlr. (Bf>. Doughty. Queen. B^menfw^Pn^rcR^a^ Th" Vn' '^VWrt'ET.'VC ^-Arrived, sehr D A E Kelley. Kill., Hun th A tutor. v..w,r Fisher. Philadelphia. ^MKfABD HAvf." ^-ArrivVd. brig 0?.ee Lath VI NKi A Ki? 11/ij r*^. m Bo?W>n; aehra I rlah B rnp, Atwoi?d, ??!? , ? -j. | for RontoD; John A Lord, KUh, Ror?r*s ?!i V.V'drT- Vna? Bell, tirHBti, Oapa liny Th<mi*". w Allaol Coaklltf, lUIUmora far do; Urn t?r toiAuM? I? rhlladrlahla for do; Mrnawa, ".""hll'd. IVrth Amboy.fer kg. ('hsrlc Hentl,, Tlaves. Por. Hailed?Brig tlfaco I.athrop; schrs Joseph P Macheea, Kdlth (Br). Para, Grrciati Ili-mi (Br), George A AH>ert, Ad dle M Bitd. Ti-liimah, .lordau I, Motl. J rt Lamprey, Leroy (Hi), Alfred Brihrock, Lnvotla, rtllva. Spray, Julia A Jlvckrr. J IV Whllohouse, Agnes K Hacou, Goo Avory, Wm Todd. Llaale C.e hrane, Ella. Menawa. John A Ijerd. Maggie J Chadwlek, and Freddie Waller WILMINGTON, NC, Dec-4? Arrived, steamer Regulator, Doeiic, New York, nth?Cleared, hnrk Julius (Ger), Frantdc, Antwerp. WESTERLY. Dec j?Hailed, schrs Sarnh K I verts, Fenger, a-id Mut is lioui-a. for New York. IV ASHEN, lie. -V?Arrived, schi rtea Flower. Harrington, Nee York. ? . *A( HT4, RTEIMHO.VrR, . BALf.AST rtCOW FDR SA1.K?CAPACITY 2<Nl TGN'-(; good order; easy Mrmn Address BCOW, 1?* 108 Up ton Heraid othee. |