JTiaiVmSKiV. JV. c. FRIDAY, 6th SEPTEMBER, 1839. Tor V resident of the United Slates HENRY CLAY. OF KENTUCKy. t , , THE LATE GALE. When our paper was put to press last week, the gale to which we therein alluded continued in all ita fierceness, nor did it relax here for several boura afterwards. We learn from the Bar that its effects on the shipping were truly disastrous, but have not been able to learn many of the particulars. The schooner Eli Hoyt, of Washington.Captain Bartimeus Williams, bound for Baston, with naval naval stores, was driven on Gale island and upset. The Captain was washed overboard and drowned. The schr. Alabama, of this place, Capl. Wroten, for Charleston, with a cargo of corn, parted one of her chain cables, drifted on shore and sunk. Schooner Thomas Winn, of New York, Capt. Johnson, for Boston, with naval stores, driven on shore with loss of deck-load. deck-load. deck-load. Schooner Standard, of Staten Island, from WiU liimston, N. C, sunk.