Liverpool Mercury, etc. from Liverpool, Merseyside, England on April 15, 1851 · 5
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Liverpool, Merseyside, England
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Tuesday, April 15, 1851
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Fli Cr ii preserve flowers through the winter, piuoit tuo.ii liiili' blown and put them i'i a close-covered earthen , 'lipping them, with the stalk downwards, in equal ties jf water nni verjuice mixed, sprinkled with a p i.'tioit of bay salt, The vessel must he kept closed I l : :i warm place, art then, on coldest day in iter, if the fli.vers are taken out, washed in fair water, i .i-ll before a gentle lire, they will open as if ill their lal bloom. Hi VilitlAOr.O, tJl.UM.S. & Oti Vt'll.S. M Vilitll'll). ril 5, a', rSvrt'm St. Poll's C.mrch, Whippingliam, by :l'.-.'V. 11. i.irkur, A M., the incumbent, C Oatt, of lirighcon, to Mary A m , d.uig.itcr of tlio late II. , !: (., of Ne.vport, I-.!-- of Wight. , -ii s, at Lliulysilio I'.iris'i (J.iurc'i, hy the Kev. .1. iirk wn, Rieiar.l -rton. Msg., Rrway, near Kites-I.) Mis; .J.m.'t Wa'kar Wilitinsn.i, of hla.ity.s'dio'hall, i.-isi of wdl-knwn novel, " Hands not Hearts." iril :). at tlie Uttii; .Manchester, by the It iv. Wm. i i M.A. Mr. Owui Willi mis, corn m -reliant, of ..v, 1,1 ini lrii, An,'losja, to Mar jurat, third daughter l it) Mr. a is til '' -r. Dumfries. pril I), at the l' .u Kttn.,'-lioU3, liar, namuei Br:: i ill Hvelei,'ii, Ei., of M-moliiatar, to Sarah Maria, cM - il.i'r?iter of tne U:e Gjor0'e Feuu.-U, Usq., of Cj'i i.n, co.mty Tipperary. A Til 10, at tne I'.ii'is'-i Church, Uie.'stor, Jonathan jl .!, I3,q.', of Gnat Bulk, n-ar Kochdale, to Henrietta Jl iria', d:uia'hter of the late William Djakills, Esq., of Piml'u-o. April 10, at St. Stephen's Clmrch, St. John's-wood, by th' if :v. V I). Veitea, hrotleT-iu-law to the hridearooin, A. C. H. Kaitt, fourth sou of Celonol Haitt, U.C., late of th ' 21 lt.yi.iunt of l- )t, to Anne Stephens, yoim;oat da i l iter of the 1 ite Ja n ;s -M un, Esq., of Willoiv bank, Ke-vt-.m le-Willow,, in this county. A 10, in Glis,'i.v, .Mr. .loan Ii. II irtlsy, civil ag-n ' '. of t.iis to vn, to F nay (! lis iolm , yona ,'est daughter .Imios Gib!), Haq., of St. Vincent-street, Ulas-ow. nil 10, a. Si. .iolm tiu Uiptist's Ciiureii, Mr. lidivard A a ; i . i M ss .Mary .lonjs, beta of Toxtjtu park A i S: - A . B mt .1 ID, at St. ISri le's C inrc i, by Kjv. I). v; Mr. 11 -nrv Ci issim to Miss Uliz ib.-th .lam 'so:i. i: 12, at Wa.ton C.i irc:i, Mr. Kobe 't Williams, of !, to Anna Hii. I'-i-.'th, eidest dauiito.' of the late in Jo in CnristL'. -.1 12. at St. M a-tin's, C'nrins! Cross. London, Cipt. : Ar.nyta;;j, of th.' Life (a inls, son of C ilonel Army-Ii' i of tne Grjindi r Guilds, to Mi.-s Fe.u-lla Fitz- A i.- II -.ivy ti:e l hi -I'm K. lira!'.;-, -led -l ta :l:' (:U- ,a l i- H -rkeley, da i.'lit-.-r ot Itjar-Admiral tlie Hon. 1'. k.'ljy, t'.u', M 1"., one of the Lords of ths Adini-ii.l ni"CJ of Dake of UUviinond Tae bride was i n nitre of ta ' c.mrcu by uer father, and cer-!u-r yiat:il'ul apiuarauce, at oiicj uracful an-.l . j is;i;i ;il the warm and uuivoml murinur of admi- i .,- - x'. s i.' elicitod. She was drjssid in a rica white of ros d-; XaiibiS silk, with two deop lace lljiiac.'S, a l of th i saiuj liiiit laxtaw, an 1 a inairnilicuit white veil, which almost completely enveloped hersleudjr On her hua-.l a bja.itilul wreath of orange blo.s- and at her side she tvorj a liu-jjo b.)iiu't of the saau rs. Fo' ' immeaialdy afcer her came the ovules -, ei .iht in number. Tii .'y were all dressed alike, ami i':;.auee wore well worthy ot the lovely bride upon w io.. lat n :y attended. Tuoir dresses were plain w.iito tar-h two deaii douiu-js, ,i u-k ds of French Kreen silk, ids' ci.-ered with tarl itau, au.l pale green crapj uonuel.s, .ioaated with wivaths of ilowers. A nil 12, at Ali'orl. njar Uhest jr, by the Kev Francis Uv.iilS, rector, Mr. II -nry Aniljrson, or Manchester, to K :.i'.i:tu Siis-.iniuh, xecond daughter of Mr. Kichard B..,v;.i, Ciurtou, near Cliester. BIRTHS. : iv. 7, at Ilohart Town, Van Dienian's Land, the lady of '! ary Curll, Es p, I) A.C. General, of a daughter. laieii :n, wife of .Mr. li yor iJraus, corn merchan!, Of .Men ii bridrf ', of twill sons. April 2, at Soaiuf.irth, near Settle, the lady of Mr. Joseph ll.ti'.tf'jck, of three ciiil -Iron, wlio are all in a, healthy state. A i.'il D, in St. G.iero'.s-sciaare, the wife of Dr. Dickiu-so i. of a son. April 10, at Birkenhead, Mrs. Isaac liuchanon, of a sou. Apnl 1-', the wife of Mr. G.'orye Duffy, of Hanover-tit. .".-i. of a son. April 12, at l'avkhill-road, the lady of George V. Hurry, E. il . of -i daughter. April 12, the wife of Henry Lasemann, Kaq., Sandowno-lan , '.V.'.vi-i'tri'e, of a son. April 14, the wife of Z. IS. Houghton, Esci., of a son. Dili!). l.itely, agad .14, Chirles Harrison, shipwright, of this toe. u. Lately, i?ed 71i, the Dake de Montiiiorency-Liival, the !a-t HiL-uibL-r of one of tlie branches of that illustrious family. i,:ii ', at Teltair, U.S., aged 101, Mr Joseph Williams. 1".e iieis-asL-d served as a lieutenant in the American army tnni i.'h alar'e portion of tile u.-vplutionary war. Oct. 2.'i. on board the lnir.-ino Juno, in Biu-s ltiver, aged b"'. i'apiain William Kelly. .-.! nv i (i, ai S.. i, iii:s, Captain II. M. Shrero Deo-aseil c rmn tn-l.'d the first steamer that ever ascended the Mississippi Kivor. Maica 14, at Hanover, N.H., aged ill years and 10 imiiths, Mr. David Tetiney, a soldier of the revolution. 1 5 -e had lived in the same neiirhbonrhood wliere he died a'-oat 80 years. He was the father of thirteen children, t '-i of whom were liviu.'jat the time of his dt-atli. He left fo t sis; grandchililr -u anil thirty great-grandchildren. M.ireh 20, G.'orgo O'l'Iaherty, Esq., of Donegal ; and on the Ith April, Michael ()' Flaherty, his nephew, and son of Mr. Francis O'Flalurty, of this town. Marh 20, liattisfini, corporal of gendarmes. Doc-asad wis th.: olhcjr who pursued and killed the brigand chief, Ii 1'a-sa.tore, and died of tho wounds received in the combat. .March 31, at Stagshaaliaul;, near Hexham, (tho day on which the census was taken), aged 100, Mrs. Jauo Herd man. She was born at Hewshaugh, abuve F.dstone. Her maiden name was Hudson. The writer saw her in February lad, when she repeated to him the twenty -third psalm throughout, in the Scottish version, and saveral lengthy portions of Scripture ; but she looked to be quite as old tti she said, and could not be much less, as she had a daughter in the house with her in her SJth year, a halo and active woman. Mrs. Herdman's portrait was taken very recently, and hangs in Stagshaw-close-house. This subji-e! of George II was born at Candlemas, in the '-15. March 31, at the Cottage, near Ituyl, after a long illness, he bore with the patience and fortitude of a Christian, aged 82, Mr. John Evans, Rhuddlan. Ho was a man of more than ordinary worth : and had tilled tho offices of Tt-stry and parish clerk and schoolmaster for upwards of sixty vars. April 3, at Coblentz, after a short il'.uoss, tho Hon. Frederick Savile, fifth sou of the Earl and Countess of Mexborough, leaving a widow and infant family to mourn his loss. j April 3, at 9, Giles-street, Leith, aged 72, Ralph Rhorriff, the only brother of tlie late celebrated " Dr. Syntax." Ho discharged from the Sdth Uegiiuent of Foot, in July, 1823, as sergeant. He was under Sir John Moore at the battle of Corunna, and was wounded three times afterwards at the sieves of Walehercn and IJadajos. April -1, at his residence, 8, Thornhill, Bridge place, London, aged SO, John Houning, Esq., sculptor. April 4, aired 4 mouth--, Joshua, only sou of Mr. Thomas j Dixon, publican, Sliaw's-brow. 1 April A, after a liiR-oring illness, aged 27, Hobert, son of . Mr. .1 Jones, postmaster, Llanrwst. April s, at Kirkham, aged 81, Mrs. Agnes Uuddock. She was twenty-one years a servant to his late Majesty King George III, at Windsor Castle. April (I, aged .'If!, Mr. William Hooson, Kichmoml-row. April 8, at Worksop, Notts, aged 03, John li. West, Esq., late of New Orleans, IT S. April S, Caroline liinnia, daughter of William Hamilton, Esq., Hurireon, Ipswich April 9, at his resilience, Canterbury, agod 83, Uobert rtmiHisnn Kan., nronrietnr of tho Kcitixli (Inzrtte. Ho was a collateral descendant of the Yorkshire family of Smith- i was completed. On luosday week the shells began to sou, of which Sir Hugh Smituson was created first Duke of, crack, and the birds successively made their appeal. moo Northumberland. out of six eggs tlie other two failing. At the time we April 10, at Patricroft, Mr. S. Whitaker, for nearlv ' write the young birds are remarkably strong, and arc as thirty vears agent to the late Benjamin Rawson, Esq , of lively and healthy as though they had known a mother's Darlev hall, near Holtoa, in this county, aud Nidd-hall, in jearo. The birds are covered with down, and the the county of York feathers are beautifully striped. The emu is one of the April lb, at St. Leonard's on-Sea, nfter along illness, tho ' largest birds known, nearly equalling the ostrich in bulk. Countess Spencer. i Incubation is performed by the male bird alone. The April 11. at Wavertrec. aired 73. Mary, relict ot tne fato Mr Joshua Pierce, of Wilton-street, and mother of Mr. John Pierce, of her Majesty's Customs. April 11, at Withentield, Liscard, aged 3 years, Elizabeth Maude, youngest daughter of Mr. Clias. Pickoring. April 11, aged 20, Margaret, youngest daughter of Mr. Henry Woods, builler, Prescot-street. April 11, at Mr. B. L. Bolton's, ttambier-tevraco, aged 39, John, youngest son of the late Thomas Holt, Ksq. April 12, at his residence in Montcoaib street, Bolgravo- Bquare, aged 39, the Hon. Captain Dudley A. W. Pelham, R.N., M.P. The deceased was youngest son of the late, I and brother to the present. Earl of Yarborough, and nnrried, 183, daughter of Itear-Admiral Sir John Uonlon : Sinclair, Bart. , bv whom ho lias left an infant family. Ho , a i.ilw.ral In ;!!. .nd was elected for Boston on the wss a Liberal in politics, and was elected for Boston on the retirement of Sir James Duke, Bart, April 14, at his residence, Everton, aged 89, Mr. James Robinson, The PSPTii ok the Ocbak. - Lieutenant Goldshoroush, t of the U.S. Navy, writes to Professor Bache, that during i anxious care, has been made to reproduce itself, This a passage-from Hio Janeiro to Saldanha Bay Cape of i bird is a native of New. Holland. It has beon. found pos-Good Ilope, being in latitudo 2S deg. 21 miu. S., and ' sible in some parts of England to reproduce the species, longitude-2!) deg; 17 miu. W., he sounded and', obtained . but never at the Kno.wsley aviary until recently. One of bottom at the depth of 3100 fathoms, or three and a-half these birds here laid twice on the fiisi ocuasioo proditc-railes. The sounding apparatus was a.tiirty-two.poiuMt , ing two eggs, and oil tlie i?econ4.;fsr ..l!liese.were.laid shot, slung with wire, and attached tWtttttliMr linfe'SWO. ' under- hen, and out of the six,.Sye have been' hatched, fathoms long, and sufficiently strong tsu- hew, a, weight of The eggs were hatched about., tfts 4th of March, and the sty pounds. ' f young birds are now flourisjjiJgjr'Ctoim'ev. On Sunday tlireo troops of the 17th Lancers, commanded by Colonel St. Quintin, arrived in town from Dublin, en, route to Wooiw!?"- The head-quarters of the regiment aro expected here to-day. The Trade in Fike-arms. This lu'ancli of trado has of late years very much increased at thirt port, and large quantities of fire-arms are sont down here from Sinning-ham, and disposed of through the medium of agt11'". Tlinv nisionrlun. tr.-nnrallv snoalfinff nil th.,, varlpfios of th "v "-i" o--" -i --r--- o, - - most improved double and single barrelled guns, pistol, etc., many ui wiiioti UAmuit gicub sisni aim uiciiuilj, in the workmanship. Messrs. A. Robinson and Co-, Strand-street, have received an extensive stook of these articles, from the manufactory of Thomas Rcdfei n, uf Birmingham. Local Musical Talent. At tho Mayor's banquet, held on Thursday last (a notice of which appeared in our Friday's paper), a beautiful quartette was sung, the composition of Mr. G. Hargreaves, of this town. After the quartette had been given, his Worship kindly intimated to his guests who its talented author was, and the Kecor ler paid a passing compliment to the Mayor for his patronage of native talent. The words are by Charles Sivaiu, of Manchester. They are as follows : Hark ! from the field of victory, Gallant warriors come ; Wave your banners to tho sky, Sound the flute and drum : Bid the fustal city blaze, With the lamps of gold ; Let the triumph meet our gftzo, As in days of old. Fill tlie wine, the banquet spread. Swell the choral strain ; Honour ye the glorious dead, Knights of Allemayno. Hark ! the silver cymbals clash. Drums and trumpets sound ; Hi.-lln, and shield, and banners Hash O'er the gorgeous ground ; laud as thunder rings the cry, From the joyous shore ; Victory! 'tis victory Crowns the hul l once inoi-e. Fill the wine, the banquet spread, Swell the choral strain ; Honour ye the glorious dead, Knights of All alliayne, The Liverpool Dock Bill. The committee resumed its sittings oa Thursday last. On Friday a'l the clauses up to 47 were agreed to without any discussion of i it -rest. The 47th empowers the establishment of an E.nigrants' Home, at the expense of the dock estate ; and on its being read, Mr. Burke objected to the funds of the d iuk estito being so applied. An Emigrants' Hiinn came under tho category of a charitable institution, and ought to be established like the Infirmary, or other-institutions in the town, bv voluntary contr. tuitions, llus was the course both in Plymouth and London. Mr. James de fended the clause as it stood, contending that, as tne town was beiie'ited by tlie influx of emigrants, and thu dock estate derived its share in the general advantage, it was only just that it should rcn-ler it, ejntr'.butijn in tho B'nape proposed Tlie couiin'ttoo retired to ooasid.T this clause; and, after a Inief alueneo, the Chairman announced that they had determine:! to strike it out ; but, lie added, when they came to tlie warehousing c'.ause, they would give power for one or U'o such warehouses to bo applied to the purposes of an Emigrants' Home. The remaining clauses were then agreed to, after which Air. Paget read the following, and requested its insertion in the' shorthand-writers' notes : " The counsel for tho Corporation of Liverpool and for the Tru.t.-es of the Liverpool Docks respectively, after the passing of the preamble of tho bill promoted by the American Cha nber of Commerce, and the resolution of the committee on the bill with reference to an alteration in tlie constitution of tlie Dock Committee, fooling that inasmuch as the bill must now b;: passed by the committee, consistently with that resolution ; and inasmuch as if passed by the House of Commons, and by the other house of Parliamant. its provisions will have to be carried into effect by the I) ck Committee, whom they represent before tlie committee on tlie bill, will endeavour to assist in securing, so far as practicable, that the enactments of tho bill shall bo such as may ho practically fulfilled in the bast manner consistently" with the decision of the committee; but they do so under protest, on behalf of their clients, an 1 with the distiu 't intimation that, as at present advised, they intend. an I are to be at lioerty, to oppose the oi l ui all its tuture s'.atros. " The Chairman assented, and the words were ordered to appear. Tlie bill was then ordered to be reported to the house. The report was forthwith agreed to, and the eommi tae bee line fiinctun utikio. MAN'CHESTEII SlIAKSI'KAUiAN SOCIETY'S PkUFOI'.M-ANOK IN' All) OI'' THE Ft-'NDB OF THE LIVERPOOL 1'h'E AN1 E.ut I.XI'ilUIAi'.Y. Tlie bill of faro of tho Manchester Siiakspearian Society appears in our advertising columns tins day. It is attractive in itself. "As You Like It," llosidind and Orlando, Audrey and Touch-atone, and the melancholy Jacques, are personages that never fail to call up associations uf beauty and enthusiasm, and wit and philosophy, that warm our hearts and expand our intellects, and make the most phlegmatic speak in nervous eloquence of the genius of Shakspearc. But, beside the attractions of the bill, the object uf the porformaXoc lias a pecu iar claim to the sympathies of the public. The Eye and Ear Infirmary has for many years CJiifeire l its beuelils on those of tlie poorer classes, not only of our own town, but from ail parts of the three kim'.lonis, who have been afdiete l with painful mala lies which affect the sight and hearing. Last year no fewer than 72SU persons wno were suffering from diseases of tho eye and ear wore relieved at this institution. The expenses of boarding patients must be very great, and numerous are the cases which require that the patient remain under the roof of the Infirmary. One of the benevolent characteristics of this institution is " that all persons unable to pay for their cure (whose case may require an operation, or whose disease is of su di a character as to endanger the loss of sight, if judicious and appropriate remedies aro not promptly administered) arc deemed fit objects for recommendation as in-patients." The debt, which lias accumulated to upwards of .'1 OUt), has arisen out of the extansiveness of the good that the institution has effected, aad the present taudabb effort of the Manchester Siiaksperiiin Society for its liquidation wa have no doubt will meet with the hearty cooperation of our fe'.low-towiismo.i. We are glad to learn that some .nenibars of the Town Council are using their iiiHuonce to secure a bumper; ant! wo hope that we shall have to record (hat not a single member of that body failed to show liii sympathy foi so dt-soruus au institution. Some may have conscientious scruples against theatrical reirese,talio!is, and may not honour the gentleman amateurs with their kind applause ; but their donations will be a suliiclent apology for their absence, am! their scruples will gain the respect over due to conscientious conviction. No man needs his sympathies arousing for those who suffer from diseases of the eye. " A grain of dust, a wandering hair. Any annoyance in that precious sense," is sufficient to direct him to aid in their relief. Tliat tlie Liverpool Eye an 1 liar Infirmary is highly ctlicient in its means for the relief of sufferers, the testimony of thousands will bear evidence. The following letter, addressed to -Mr. Neill, anil rea l by the treasurer at the last annual meeting of the subscribers, is only one of many instances uf the good effected hy this institution : " Colei'aine, 10th January 1851. Dear Sir, It was not until yesterday that I had an opportunity of seeing and examining tlie woman, M'Cloan, who went from Kiilowen-strcet, in this town to ' The Eye and Ear Infirmary' at Liverpool. When I first saw her, in company with another minister who called witli me at tlie house, she was quite helpless, and required to be led by the hand. It was in this way that she made out my house on the next day, for the purpose of receiving sonic assistance to enable her to undertake tlie journey to Liverpool. I made particular enquiries about her, and learned that, from being in comparative comfort, she and her husband, owing to her loss of sight and inability to aid him, wore in the deepest poverty, and destitute of the commonest neecssaiies of life. When she called upon me yestanlay, the change in her appearance was so great, that I could hardly have recognised her. She is now in the fullest enjoyment of lier eyesight, and expressed the deepest gratitude for the attention and kindness shown to her, and for the wonderful cure wrought upon her. Allow me, my dear sir, to add my own acknowledgments, and to express my very high appreciation of your abilities ; and of what is still more rare your kindliness and sympathy to wards those children of affliction who have, from time to time, gone from this neighbourhood to your important ami truly valuable institution. I am, my dear air, very truly yours, W. RicnEY." Election op Guardians. The following gentlemen have been duly electa! guardians of the poor for the township of Warrington for the ensuing year : Mr. John Webster, Mr. Joseph Chrimes, Mr. W. Beamont. Mr. James Kerfoot, .Mr. ii. Peers, Mr. AV. Pierpoint, Honourable and Ilev. H. Poivys, M.A. (rector), and Mr. Jehu France. K.NOW6I.EY Aviary. For a long series of years the Knowsley aviary has been celebrated for its treasures in natural history, and also for the success which has attended its efforts to re-produce tho races of animals and birds. Under fhe direction of the curator of the aviary, considerable attention has of late been 'paid to tlie artificial incubation of birds by means of Cantello's incubator. During tho past year more care than usual has been exercised both in extending the process and increasing the varieties of production. The latest novelty, and one which certainly lias had no parallel in tins country, Das been the hatching of six emus. This bird, of which there are several specimens at Knowsley, is a native of New South Wales. It has beon found possible on former occasions to hatch tho birds in a natural way ; but recently a case occurred which called for artificial incubation, "or the entire loss of the egg.-. One of these birds laid ten eggs, the ninth of which she broke, and the bird refused to sit. Eight of the eggs were therefore placed in the artificial incubator, and two were left to the bird, in the hope that sho would again lay and that the eggs would be hatched. This, however, proved a failure. The eggs placed in the incubator remained during tlie customary time of tlie bird's sittin'a;, and thev were watched with great interest flay ami niglit. At lenutli the time eggs rolled into one. The young bird has its feathers marked in black and white stripes, running from tho bill to tlie tail in lines, and it is also dotted with spots of black. The feathers, which at this periotl are downy, change their character as the bird grows older, resolving themselves into an approximation to those of the ostrich. Instead of straight lines running down the bird's body, the feathers divide themselves by a parting down tlie back, with an inclination to the right and to the left. m "V . "v"i' t"--"i , "' . - ,"s Tne stripes are also lost, and instead of a scries of lines me leameis iuiiii iium mm iiiiuc-ueie ueepcuuig nearly "no a uiacii, aim uiere losing inemseives in a '". " "ate., uiouBn it is not strictly an aquatic bird. It is a good swimmer, aul f "'' be counted as one ol those birds which bring I together and connect tha web-footed with the denizen of the land. It is a connecting link- between the races of birds : it makes extremes meet, aud there-is no gradation lost. A . somewhat interesting subject, and one which mav be fitly mentioned. here, is to be found in the fact that at this aviary the Coreopsis goose, after uears of THE LIVERPOOL MEBCt)BY? TUESDAY, APRIL 15, Stbbi, Pkns.- new an(j excellent steel pen has been manufftOt'Yrcd for Messrs. Thompson and Son, the celebrated writing masters, of this town. From experience we can pronounce it to possess the two desirable requisites of flexibility and durability, and as a superior article refer it to the notice of our read.u-s. Batween Saturday night and Sunday morning last, Messrs. Scott's warchou4e, Mason-street, was broken open, and several hams, twelve samples of tea, four peases, two vest pieces, and a bottle ot cam,):igne, 9tolehe Some drawers had been broken opan, but no money wa.s obtained. The thieves made their way into the warehouse by breaking through the roof. Two hams were left behind in the street. On Saturday night, a woman and a boy were seen to lower themselves down from a cotton warehouse, in Bixtoth-street. They immediately ran off, and made their escape. On examination, a quantity of cotton was found tied up in bundles ready for removal, A padlock had beon broken from ono of the warehouse rooms. On Saturdav a woman named Ann Kaye, a flannel dealer, from lluddersfudd, died suddenly at a house in Leeds-street, where she was in tlie habit of staying when she came 1 1 town. Fire in Boi,d-stuef.t. On Saturday afternoon a fire broke out on the pre nises of Mr. John Thierry, dealer in French shoes, &c, Bold-street. Fortunately, the flames, which originated from a quantity of rosin chips stowed in a cupboard near tha kitchen tirepiao ', were soon subdued by tho fire brigade, with the aid of the water from the Green-iane mains. A considerable quantity of goods were destroyed, most of them by the water employed in extinguishing the flames. Tan MousioxiTES. On Sunday last, the 13th instant, several thousands of parsons assembled in the neighbourhoods of Hyde and Newton-moor, to witness the baptism of upwards "of thirty Mormonites. The priests and elders who conducted the proceedings were said to conic from Manchester and Liverpool. The proceedings were conducted throughout the whole of the day in a very disorderly and disgraceful manner. WisleyaN RiSFOUM. The Royal Assembly-rooms, Groat George-street, have boon opened as a separata place of worship by the Reform Association in Liverpool. On Sunday last two eloquent sermons wero preached, to crowd "d audiences, by Mr. Grosjean, of London, a gentleman who, though heinis been thrice honourably acquitted by a jurv of his peers as not guilty of anything that would be a disservice to Methodism or religion, was nevertheless expelled from the church, strange to say, by a vote of ministers convened to a district meeting! Pity that preachers, who aro called shepherds, should thus so handle the crook as to make it an instrument of de-truc-tion and dispersion, rather than conservation and protection. Cuirespoudent. THE WARRINGTON MURDER. Ti'Il-: (JUId'ltlTS AT KIRKDU.K, As yet no reply has been received from Sir George Grey to the memorial embed. ing the c mfession of Lynns, exonerating his wife from all participation in the crime or which both parties have been found guilty ; so that tho fate of the woman is still undecided. Daring the past week, after the statements made by Lyons and his wife had been forwarded to Sir George Grey, the Rev. Mr. Marshall placed copies of the statements in the hands of Mr. Cibbs, the governor of Gaol, who laid them before tlie visiting justice.), and the re.-ult was that communication was had with Lyons, who stoutly denied that he had ever made such a confession, and went so far as to allege that it was invented by Mr. Marshall. In about au hour after the cu pritbecame very uneasy, and desired to see the governor. On Mr. Gibbs visiting him, Lyons admitted that the statement lie had made to Mr. Marshall was perfectly correct, and that when questioned by the visiting justices he had not told the truth. Since then "he seems to have conducted himself with great propriety, and pays tiie utmost -attention to tho religious instruction which he receives from tha lluv. Mr. Hgan, of Holy Cross, who is now attending hi u, in accordance with his request that he might have a clergyman who spoke the Irish language. Lyons seems peni-te it, and quite understands tho fearful position in which he is placed. His wife still asserts her entire innocence, but is quite rasig ic I, and willing to meet de.ith. In flic earlv part of last weak she was (pl.t.; clicerl il, anil se ma 1 to anticipate that tho dreal sentence of the law might notbj cirried out upon liar; but the line rtainty and delay have since produced great mental depression, and sho has almost cease 1 to hope fir a reprieve. She ii attended by the lluv. Mr. Marshall. Lyons has, within the last few days, received a letter from a sister of bis, resident i i Ireland, condoling with him on the position in which he is placed. The letter is feelingly and appropriately written. The prisoners had an interview last week i'n the presence of tlie oSciids of the gaol. The execution is fixed for tha '23th instant, and the services of Calcral't hare been engaged for the occasion. BANKRUPTCY COURT. In he MAWl'Bt JOSB3. Tnis bankrupt earn) before. Mr. Commissioner Stevenson yesterday, on his last examination. He was formerly in business at Wrexham, as a cheese factor. Mr. Brans, solicitor, appeared for the bankrupt, and Mr. Simon, banister, in opposition. A long argument took place relative to a claim on the estate for a sum of upwards of .21)0, made by a creditor named Daniel Jones. It appeared that the claim was made by an award in favour of tho creditor. The Commissioner thought that whan tho bankrupt (Missed his last examination, an opportunity should be aliirded to tha assignees to dispute the award made in fav ur of Jones, of a debt which had beon admitted as a claim on the estate. For this purpose he adjourned the further hearing of the ease till the 14th of May next. Is liii J. AN! H. Sukur. These bankrupts, who had been carrying on the business of cabinet-makers at Birkenhead, came before Mr. Commissioner Stevens m on Thursday, on their last examination. From a mistake on the part of one of the officer, of the couit, in giving a wrong notice of the day of meeting to the solicitors for the nssi"neen, the hearing was adjourned. Is ilk Ricif.viti) Kayu. This was an adjourned cer-t'fieatc meeting. Mr. Evans, solicitor, appeared for the l,iml,v,mi Mini' Mr. liremner. solicitor, for tho asdgnees. Tlie implication made by Mr. Evans for the bankrupt's cei tiiicate was opposed by Mr. Bremner ; and the bankrupt underwent a long examination relative to au assign-in ,-nt he had previously made, which ho said was for the benefit of all his creditors, but which ultimately appeared tu have been only in favour of throe. His Honour said lie would give his decision in a few days. INQUESTS. On Saturday night last, a child was found in a water-closet in St. Anne's buildings. The person who found it supposed it to be alive, but on being taken to the Eastern Dispensary, the surgeon of that institution pronouuead it to be quite dead. It was ascertained to have been still born. Verdict accordingly. On Thursday last Enoch Bartlctt, a seaman belonging to tho ship George Kaynes, lying in the Nelson Dock, was killed bv falling from the rigging of the vessel. The deceased and smo other men was engaged in sending up tho fore-topmast s' lidding sail boom, w hen a block gave way from its lashings, and struck the deceased on the head. He was taken to the Northern Hospital, where he subse-quoutly died of his injuries. Verdict " Accidental death." On Wednesday last, 'William Cowcn, an apprentice on board the ship Adept, lying in the Wcllimton Dock, fell roin a beam whilst removing some planks bet .vcen decks, and su divined a severe injury of the spine. Ho died at the Northern Hospital on Friday from the injuries he had received. Verdict " Accidental death." On Friday last Mary Ann Oldlield, wife of a labourer residing in" Waiter-Street, died from taking laudanum. The deceased had been separated from her husband for several weeks, and on Thursday last she called at a friend's house, and appeared to be in a state of great excitement, saving she would have her husband's life. Sho said she was goinaf to see her husband, and added--" When all fails ma, I can make a hole for myself in tlie canal ;" after which she became affected to tears. Shortly afterwards she called at the house where her husband lodged, in Walter-street ; sho was then in liquor, and on seeing her husband intimated that sho was going to London. After drinking something from a bottle, the deceased lay down on the bed, and shortly afterwards wont below into the kitchen, and sat upon a chair. Soon afterwards she fell off the chair, and died in a few hours. There was nothing in the deceased's manner to lead to the supposition that she intended to destroy herself. The jury returned a verdict to the effect that deceased destroyed herself in a fit of temporary insanity. On Tuesday last, James Hesketli, a carter in tiie employ of Messrs. 1'ickford and Co., carriers, went out to Hale-wood to deliver ale. Another carter in the same employ was with him. Tho deceased gof intoxicated, and on returning home in the evoning, it is supposed, he was accidentally thrown out of his cart, as his companion, who was at a distance behind him, found him Ij'ingon tlie road in a state of insensibility. Ho lived only a day or two afterwards, and was never able to say how the accident occurred. It appeared the deceased had driven at a rapid pace, and got considerably in advance of his companion. Verdict accordingly. Death fhom a Fall. An inquiry took place into the circumstances connected with tho death of a woman unknown, who died on Friday last, at the Northern Hospital. Aiice Bennett stated that she resided in a court in Clifford-street. On Tuesday night, between twelve and one o'clock, she was aroused from her sleep by hearing three knocks at tho door. She wont down stairs, and on opening the door, saw a woman whom she did not know standing there. She appeared to be in liquor, and said she wished to come in and sit down. She (Mrs. Bennett) told her she could not bo admitted, ami desired her to go away about her business ; she then shut the door, and went up stairs to bed. Ill about twenty minutes she heard a noise in the yard, and came down again, and on opening the door sho saw the same woman (deceased) lying at tlie bottom of tho steps. There was no one near her. She (Mrs. Bennett) then saw a police-officer coming up the yard, who said ho would look after the deceased. Mrs. Bennett then went hack to bed. The deceased was removed to the Northern Hospital, where she died on Friday. Alice Jones, a woman living in the same court, stated "that between twelve and one o'clock she heard a noise as of a knocking at a door, and soon afterwards a sound like some one falling, followed by groans. She got up, immediately, and saw a woman lying on Mrs. Bennett Vstops. Deceased wasroniovodby the police-officer. On the following day Mrs. Bennett was hoard to say that the deceased camo and asked to light her pipo ; her husband let deceased in, when she (Mrs. Bennett) came down stairs, and knocked the deceased down the steps. It was said that Mrs. Bennett had killed the deceased. Ellen Duxbury deposed that at midnight on Tuesday sho heard a knock at Bennett's door, and soon afterwards Mr. Bennett said " who's there ?" A woman replied, " It's me." .Soon after, the witness heard Mrs. Bennett say, " You drunken old hussey, what aro you doing here?" This was followed by a noise as of some one falling, and after the fall the door closed. Tho witness also stated that she heard Mrs. Bennett go out and fetch a police-officer. Mrs. Bennett had been fold that she killed the woman, and she said, " Foi: God's sake don't name it on account of iny children." One of tlie surgeons of the Northern Hospital deposed that tho deceased was brought to the hospital early on Wednesday morning, in a state of insensibility; she appearod to be drunk. She died oil the following day, from a fracture of the posterior part of the skull. A fall down three or four steps might produeo such a wound. A witness was called who. stated there was some little' animosity between Mrs. Duxbury and Mrs. Bennett on account of the witness Jones leaving Mis. Bennet's house, where she formerly lodged; The iuiv returned a. verdict that.the. deceased died from a j jracturo of the skull,, bust how caused there was no e'vi-! dence to bIiow... Hhe-Gbroner admonhshed Mfes. Bennetts,-, i and said she hadibad a vOy narrow escape ot Using com-I mitted t-o tfii'iUfor iftaoslaughter. Cd80EAl,ME!(t 6? BniTH. Last week some boys found" bundle in a hole, near Mr Towers' Scotch church, Birkenhead". On examination, the bundle was found to contain the body (if an Infant, preluatuIW v'.OT: AU inquest was subse-iu-antly hold, but no information as to tlie mother of the child was obtained. On Monday last, at Wigan, as a boy named John Boylti was engaged in loading a boat the handle of the Jigger slipped and severely fractured his leg. He was brought to the Northern Hospital on Saturday, and is now doing well. , Accident to Dn. Hawthorne. Yesterday afternoon, about four o'clock, an accident of an alarming nature occurred to this gentleman. Ha svas returning home in the ono horse phaoton in which he usually drives, when, from some cause not ascertained, the horse took fright, anil proceeded at a rapid pace down No.-ton-street. At the corner of St. Anne-street, the vehicle came in contact with a shandry, and fr-mi the violence of tiie concussion was completely overturned, throwing out the inmates with great force. There was plenty of assistance at hand fortunately, so that Dr. Hawthorne and the driver were promptly rescued, and the horse, which was plung-ng violently, secured. We are happy to add that no bones were broken, and no serious injury is anticipated beyond some severe contusions. Bikkeniiead Temperance Societies. The monthly meeting of the Birkenhead Total Abstinence Society was held at tho Craven-moms, Chester-street, on Friday evening last, William Morgan, Esq., in the ciiair. The meeting was addressed by .Ur. W. Best, who argued that temperance is more particularly a working mail's question, working men being more ad licto I to and more punished by intemperance than other classes of socictr. Mr. 'I hos. Co iper showed tho unsoundness of tiie position ol in. derate drinkers, principally by the recital of anecdotes, which showed how completely the intcl cet and best leel-inn-s of our nature are destroyed by habits of drinking. Mr. Darby, of lSrymbo-hal!, spoke of tho Great Exhibition, or the influence of tlie World's Convention on peace, liberty, and temperance. He spoke very favourably ol Prince Albert, who devoted his energies and influence in bringing the nations of the earth into g!o ions competi tion for supremacy m m lustn anaaris, raue-i mini i.uiii.s j into the common practice ot princes ot liringing tneir armies into tlie held auu amusing menisci v-"o"s,"6 ueoi to sla i ' iter on i a lot.iar. The Lord Chai-cellor presented to the House of Lords I on Monday evening, a peubion nom iw.. ... . . against the County Courts extension jici.. TheEscipe from the Middlesex House of Cou-UECTiox. On Fri-lav morning last, a prisoner made his escape from the Middlesex House of Correction, Cold- b ith-souaae. His name is AOmnam uranjer. n i a carpenter by trade, and on that account was placed m the car .enters' shop. He is a native of Bolton, Lauca hire, and is about thirty f.uryears of age. At the last .January sessions of the Central criminal court no wm . o-lci of utt.-riii" counterfeit Coin, for which ho was senten ed to twelvemonths' impris .ninent in tho JVli.Kl escx ilouse of C ii-rection. He had been previously cnipiojou .n, ui.e Ci v.-td l'aliee. BOILUU EXPLOSION" AT A1A9TCII EST f .10 oo-'.onoi,-. ju y have returned a verdict in the tollnwing io-' ' 1st. The jur, are that the b liler ua-eflica-nt, an I pc fee ly competent to perforin all the duties requin d f, o.n it. 2nd. They a: e also of opinion that gross negli gence has been e.xereied m the mimag -mem. ana a,w;u- unce of this boiler, and great want of ordinary ciiec. did. The jurv are unammou-ly ot opinion inav uie 'ii n, , ;a;i-,.rl bv t.lui iurv. arose from culpable ni-gli- enc i on the part of Thomas Egerton (the engine-tenter), and Thomas Williamson (his e nployeij. Under these circumstances, the foreman ad-.l.d, twelve of the jury returned a verdict of " Manslaughter " against t ie said Tho mas E e ton and Thomas Williamson, iniuamsoii auu E 'crton, therefore, will be committed upon the coroner s warrant to KirluUe gaol, for trial at the next Liverpool The PohYTEC-i.xtc Society. Tho usual meeting of this society was held last evening at the iloyid Institution Mr. Pilcher in the cnair. The paper lor the evening was read bv Mr. llayner, of the linn ot Layhor and Hutton, the subjects being Patent enamelled slate; encaustic tiles ; metallic lava ; cannabtc ornaments, to. Mr. Ilauer, in giving his explanations of the piopert:cs and advauta'cs of these manufactures, produced several specimens of the new stylo of art, which he exhibited t) the meeting. A discussion fo lowed, in which Mr. Horner, Mr. Bennett, Mr. 11. V. Yat-s, Mr. J. Bwilt, and other gentlemen took part. Several ot the speakers contended that the imitations in que-tuni, howev. r beautifnliv executed, could never be brought into successful competition with legitimate carving. In tho ciurse of the debate, tne uesuaoiiii,y m i.u,..i.s .i school of. design in Liverpool for those engaged in the ordinary handicraft aits, eume under consideration Mr. Yates thought that such a want was, to a great extent, now supplied in the Mechanics' Instituti m. Mr. llayner replied to several of tho objections advanced against tho uo.v manufactures which tur.ned the subject of In.; paper, and ailer some general conversation the debate terminated. . Ship Asiioue. The British ship Infanta, Captain Purdy, from Liverpool fur this port, went ashore yesterday morning on the outer bar at Quoguc, Long Island. Tlio steam-tug Ajax, with an underwriter's agent, have -one to her assistance. It is thought she will be got off hnniediately. She has a full cargo of coal, salt, and pus-set)"ers, and is consigned to Messrs. P. and ,on, of this city. She was advertised toJeavo Livcrpoui the Uth of January. Are) Yurk Tribune,, March 27. List of Passesobus, p.:r U.S. Mail c-tbam-siiip Ahctic, from New York. Mr. David Graham J. S. Cuiininliaii), bearer of despatches to the United Slates Le-ations, Loudon ; Don Francisco Vincent Y Vivos, llv A C Coxe, Mr. It. C. Root, Mr. Charles Blake, Mr.' James II. Asbinead, Mr. William Bennett, Mr. George Jones, Mr. J. M. Odeuheinicr and lady ,Miss Annie Odenheinier, Mr. W. H V. i.rden, Mr. James Gass Mr. John Pcaree, General Walbudgo, Mr. Henry Sims'on, Mr. James Jones, Mr. R. Stiaithers, Mr. Peter Moonay, Mr. J. II. Watson, Mr. William Davme, Mr. .lames Device, Mr. C. Vezen, Mr Henry Goldman, Mr. J B Gardiner, Mr. W. N. Lacey, Mr. IT. I'. Lombard, Mr. 11. GarseJ, M. James .Martin, jun., ,u. -aeoo 0.1.1111-berlin, Mr. Abraham Bell, Mr. Vnlham Icil, Miss A. h. Bell Mr W. L. Devoo, Mrs. Devoo, Mr. M. Staihuck, Mrs' Starbncli, Mr. John Purdy, Mrs. Robo t 0. Ellis, Dr. R, L, Howard, Mr. A. H. Gillilan, Mr. II. K. Gillilan, Don Manuel Escandon, Don Antonio Lscaudon, Don Ignacio Amor, Charles W'f9, servantjo M, i-sraiiilun, Mr. John Allen, Mr. Henry "Winkley, Mr. .1. U. Beexer, Mr. J. W. Goddard, Mr. Jules Hauel, Miss Hanoi, Mr. C, B. Hatch, Miss Hatch, Mr. J. C. Hitchcock, llov. Dr. Choulos, bearer of despatches to U. S. Legation, Paris, Mr. A. D. W. French, Mr. James A. Robinson, Mr. William Hastings, jun., Mr. A. W. Little, Captain J. Strader, Mr. John Sirader, Mr. Anthony Harkncss, Mr. T. R. Scowden, Hon. S. G. Goodrich, U.S. Consul, Paris ; Mrs. Goodrich, Miss Emily Goodrich, Miss Alice Goodrich, Miss Marv Goodrich, Mr. Frank B. Goodrich, Mr. W. R. Babcock, Mr. 0. D. Oxuard, Mr. R. S. Robertson, Mr. Henry Evans, Mr. W. C. Baker, Honourable Mr. Haddock, Charge' d'Affaires to the Court of Portugal; Mrs. Haddock, Miss Kimball, Master Haddock, Mr. A. H. Aubrey, Mr. William Hadwen, Mrs. Hadwen, Miss Barney, Mr. W. M. Lummis, Mr. John O'Brien, Mr. George W. Vandcrbilt, Mr. J. Whitney, Mrs. Whitney, Mr. A. S. Wiilington, Mrs. Willington, Mr B. B. Atterbury, Mrs. Atterbury, two children, and servant ; Mrs. G. W. Wright, Mr. J. T. Hillman, Mr. Henry Cohen, Mrs. Cohen, two children, and servant ; Mr J R. Taylor, Mr. C. F. Waldo, Colonel J. S. Du Solle Mr. L. H. Morris, Mr. Ii. F. Palmer, Mr. B. C. Smith, Mr. Daniel Hallatlay, Mr. J. AV. Gillctt, Mr. F. II. Pattison. .-DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. Yesterday, a lire, attended with most serious results to property, occurred in .Beacon-street, Great Howard-street. The premises in which the fire originated are occupied by Messrs. AV. Deane and Co., and the building belongs, as we were informed, to a lady named Parkes. The buildings are known as Parke's Certified Shed. It appeavsitliat shortly before two o'clock smoke was first observed issuing from the building. The discovery was made by tho warehouseman, who hat! been absent only a short time. An alarm was instantly communicated to the fire-station, and Inspector Bibby, with a large body of the. tire brigade and five engines, proceeded immediately to the spot. The lire had, however, by this time assumed an alarming aspect; tlie flames were issuing through the roof, audit appeared evident that the fire had been smothering for some time before it broke forth in such a manner as to become observable. On the arrival of the engines they were brought into play with all possible promptitude, and a plentiful supply of water being obtainable, vigorous efforts were made to subdue the flames. The firo, however, having in the first instance gained tlie. ascendancy, little could be done, beyond preventing its spread to the adjoining premises, those on the north being warehouses, stored with merchantable produce ; on tlie south were several dwelling-houses, and tho inmates of course becoming alarmed, began to remove their furniture, as it appeared probable at that time that the fire would extend beyond the building iu which it originated. Fortunately, through the exertions of the fire brigade, this did not take place. A portion of tha furniture was much damaged in the removal, though tiie unfortunate sufferers received every assistance from the police which it was in their power to give. The fire continued its progress almost unabated for upwards of an hour, after which, from the immense quantities of water poured upon it, the flames gradually subsided, and by four o'clock all apprehension as to its "spreading to the adjacent property was at an end. Tlie firemen did their duty most efficiently, under the direction of their superintendent, Mr. Bibby. Mr. Superintendent Towerson, with inspectors White ' and M 'Donald, and about twenty of the fire-police, rendered essential service in preserving order, and protecting the property recovered from the lire. Mr. Duncan, the deputy borough engineer, was early on tlie spot, and gave every assistance in his power ; also Mr. A. Stone, of the Liverpool office, and Messrs. Sutton, of the Phoenix. Amongst those present was Mr. J. Hewitt, late of the fire-station, who has for some time been unable to follow his usual occupation from indisposition. Ho was exceedingly active on the occasion in giving advice and assist ance, anu ins lieaitn appears now so iar resuircu uian nu will in a short time, be able to resume his loriiier duties. Connected with the shed adjoining that of Messrs. Deane, is a stron" parapet wall which protected the building, and to a ereaf extent prevented the spread of tlie fire in that direction. The fire brigade continued their exertions till about six o'clock, when, all apprehension of further clanger being at au end, they ceased playing upon the burning pile". The building was completely gutted, and . B.1 .. .. ....... .. 1 l mi.- the whole Ot tne conteiiLS, moru or less uesiaojuu. j.jie cotton in the shed (about 2500 bales) .was insured by float-;,-, nnlici. and belonged to several parties. It is said there was u quantity of guano in the cellars, and this 1.1 ..1,.- 1.. :,, ra,! Thfi dnmiio',, iu n.r. n.hnilt woillli also iic o-- " , , ------ 30,000, 011 the building and stock, which are insured. The'loss will fall ou the Sun, London Corporation, Yorkshire, Globe, Manchester, and Norwioh Union Offices. The fire burnt with great rapidity after it first broke out, so much so as to prevent any thing being done beyond preventing its communication with the adjoining property. It is one of the most serious conflagrations that has occurred for 'some time, and equalSas regards its destructive effects to inanj of those for ,wni,ch Liverpool was at one time so painfully notorious. Jttr. fJeprge VahdeuhofT is giving Shaksperiart readings in New York ; .and Miss .Jaiiia Bennett, well known in liiyetpdol, is playing witll, great' success at one of the tKeatafesin-KBW-York.- - Mr. "George Thompson-,. IB. P., and Frederick Dougla are lecturing in Canadar arrainst slavery. 1851. POLICE INTELLIGENCE. FRIDAY, April 11. Assault and Bobbery. Thomas M'Cal and Robert Caine, t.yo mo.i who were previously remanded, charged with violently assaulting and robbing Mr. P. S.tndiland, in Ford-street, on the night of the 1st instant, were i-jrW-lit up and committed for trial at the sessions. Pirnu.'0.vNS and Beersbllers. One publican and one ben-sellcr wer0 summoned for infrineiug the police regulations, fiiwd Graham, publican, Hurst street, was fined 40s. anil costs for selling at an early hour on Sunday morning. Thomas Williams, baerhouse keeper, Normau-str ict, was fiued 10s. and costs for refusing to admit the police into his house on Sunday morning. SATURDAY, April 12. House Robbery. Abraham Long and Andrew. A ikin were charged with robbing' the house of Joseph. Kelly, Bldoii-street. On Thursday week Mr. Kelly's premises were broken open, access being gained by the cellar window, and a quantity of wearing apparel carried oft! The day after the robbery the prisoner Aikin was found in the privy of an adjacent house, having a large bundle of wearing apparel in his possession. The person who discovered him expressed his suspicions tha the property was stolen, which Aikin denied, and said he would soon" find a person that would explain the matter. The other prisoner. Long, then came down the street, carrying a reticule basket, and Aikin spoke to him ; but as the statements of neither of the prisoners were satisfactory, they were given into custody. The property was identified by Kelly as having been taken from Ins house on the night of the robbery. Both prisoners were wcil known, and had been several times before the court on charges of felony. Tliey were sent for trial. John lleavcy was sent for trial 011 a charge of robbing James Porter, a pilot, of his pocket handkerchief. MONDAY, April It. ( llefore Mmm. Booth and iVico!.) Attempting to Uestuoy a Child. A woman, named Eliza Green, was charged with being drunk, and wiih having at'emp'ed to throw her child over the canal-bri Ige in Great Howard-street. A man, who was pass ing at ihe time, rescued the child, and the woman was taken into custody, one was renianucu. A respectable man, named Jenkins, was fined 10s. for attempting 10 smuggle two bottles of brandy. Runaways from the West Derby Workhouse.. Tlnee boys, who bad absconded from the West Derby Workhouse, were brought up in custody. On Sunday night they applied for assistance to an officer, who lock tliem to the Night Asylum, where they were refused admittance. He then locked them up for safety. Iu the morning, they were conveyed to the AA'est Derby Workhouse, but were also refused admission. The magistrate directed them to be again taken to West ,'erby, and should they be refused admiitance, the ollice'r was to leave them with the overseer of Liverpool. lis baking Windows. Two young women were sent to gaol for a mouth, for breaking windows at the Workhouse Sheds, Brownlow-hill, upon being rclused admission. Robbery by a Private Watchman. James Mulligan, a person employed as a private watchman in the Victoria Dock, was charged with stealing a quantity of cotton from bales of which be had been employed to lake care. The prisoner was stopped by an officer when passing through the gate of the Victoria Dock, and on searching him a quantity of cotton was found concealed beneath his vest. The prisuner alleged that he had placed the cotton there to keep him warm, not having a top coat. He was committed for fourteen days. Charge of Robbery against an Auctioneer An auctioneer, named Patrick Walsh, was charged by a person named Anderson, by whom he had been employed to sell goods 111 Paradise-street, with stealing a watch It appeared that the prisoner sold the goods on commission, and that he had taken the watch and pledged it lor 30s. in part navincut of commission due to him. The prosecutor, it was alleged, was aware of this, and only had the prisoner apprehended when he was about to start for lielf'ast. to sell iroods for another mull. Hewasordeicd to be discharged Stabbing Ann Wilson wns charged with stabbing Caroline White, on Sunday nighl, in Lord-street. Both nartics are of vcrv qccst o inoie re iiuaiion, anu u a p- ncared thev had some words in Lord-street about ten o'clock 011 Sunday night, when Wilson struck the pro secutrix with a kmle immediately ovei tne eye, aim 111 flicicd a severe wound. Wilson was sent 10 gaol for tun months, and in the event of her not finding bail for her good behaviour, to be further imprisoned for two months. Commitments. Owen Owens was sent to gaol for fourteen davs. on susuiciou of stealing sugar in Great ilowaid-strcct. -Michael Coleman was committed for seven days for stealing iron from the yard of Mr. Wilson Green, shipbuilder. Klloti Smith was sent to gaol for three 111011 1 lis, for stealing a watch in Strand-street. William Porter was sent to gaol for seven days, -for stealing a goat in Warwick-street. Mary M'Gill was sent to gaol for a month, on suspicion ot sie ding cotton. Suspected Street Rouiieiiy. A stout, rough-look-iuir fellow, named Michael Hart, was brought uponsus picisn of having assaulted and robbed a seaman in Dun dee-street, on tlie previous ingot, lne prisoner was seen running from Dundee-street, pursued by a seaman, who was calling out " Stop thief." An ollicer pursued the prisoner, and succeeded in apprehending him, but the seaman could not be found. The prisoner was remanded. Robbery or Clothes. A boy, named Kobt. M 'Par-lane, was charged with stealing a coat, a mantle, a pair of blankets, and other articles, from his father's house. The prisoner had absenled himself for sonic lime from ins Cither's house, but ictiirncd on Friday night. On the following morning Kc again left the house, faking with him the articles before-mentioned, two of winch (the coat and mantle) he sold to marine-store dealers lor lit. onc-h, The blankets were found, pledged. The prisoner was sent 10 gaol for one mriith. Mr. Booth severely censured the conduct of the niaritic-stoic keepers, whose conduct he said was worse than that of the hid. Savage Assault. Three parties, named Nixon, husband, wife, and son, weie charged with a serious assault upon an aged man, named Bird. 111 Sherwood-street. It appeared that, 011 the 5 ill of April, Nixon sent bailiff-into ird's house to distrain for rent. Afer tlie distraint had been nude Bird accompairetl the bailiffs, but his wife and some friends amused themselves in demolishing Nixmi's windows, and healing in his door. In t::c evening Nixon returned the compliment, and, assisted by his wife and ton, attacked Bird and his w fe, in a furious manner, with a poker and cleaver, leaving both nearly insensible and weltering in blood. The wife was unabie to attend the court, being still in the hospital. Nixon and his wife were each fiued 5l)s. and costs, and in default of payment to be imprisoned for one month each. Their son was discharged. . Assault Case. A butcher, named Ilesketh, appeared 011 summons to answer the complaint of a Miss Hargreaves, who keeps a butcher's stall in the Gill-street Market. It appeared that oil Friday evening the complainant bought a quarter of beef from the defendant, and paid him 3 10s. for it. On payment he said he would place the 3 10s. to the credit of an old account due by the complainant, wlio men asueu tor au invoice of the quarter of beef, and when she got it threatened proceedings. The defendant endeavoured to recover the invoice, mid in doing so knocked complainant down, lie was fined 10s. iindcosts. A youth, named Hubert Carson, was sent to gaol for three months, for stealing rules and other articles, the property of his master, Mr, Baylis, Prices-street. Charge of Embezzlement. A young man, named Biiijamin Sullivan, was charged with embezzling a number of small sums, the property of his m ister, Wil- Inm Thnmnsnn. baker and confectioner, 7(3, Great George-street. It appeared that on Thursday last tiie prisoner was sent to the Airairiy-office with four shillings, to pay for an advertisement, but instead of doing so lie retained the money, and appropriated it to his own nm. Several cases were broutrht forward where it was shown the prisoner had received small stuns for which he bad not accounted to Mr. Thompson. Sullivan, in his defence, alleged that he kept the four shillings with which he had been sent to the I cmwi-office in part payment of commission due to him on a sale amounting to 0 lis. od. lie was commuted lor rriai at me sessions. n ri.. a.. :..1,(. fl.r, .m:crto f Afocuvi, ixonnrjitii . vn cam. nay uini, im, ji v. ...w...,. Caine and Fallows, iron merchants, Duttou-street, were , . ., . .1 v.. : a1. ..:.... entered ov tuicvcs. oevurai urawers 111 1110 unaai eiu t . .1 ..t r , .,C OA. n.,.l .. f.lnutv lr,,if uroKcn open, iroui which a miu, 01 o-.m. io... .1. i...i' ........ were abstracted. Thu thieves, however, overlooked a drawer in which 50 was deposited. Access was obtained .... .1 . : 1.1..1. .. to tiie premises tlirougn tne omce wiiuiow, 10 iiumi a hole had been broken large enough to admit a boy. ir-s. .,.v.i-::., ui, ...-, t-lin 1rUh Stisani-naekct Com panies has ceased, the rival parties having come to an arrangement mutuant ivieis.!..,,.. f advertisement. HEALTH MORE PRECIOUS THAN GOLD. This is to certify that for a long time I suffered from a unninti eruation on ihe fact; which caused me much pain and trouble, and prevented my shaving; after trying various remedies and proscriptions, 1 applied tne onum-m-called Poor Man's Friend, which 1 procured from Messrs. ... ... V...t 1 ,1 fs,,,.,l it-. fiffar:lt:(t Ijyman, nace a Armes, monuem ; .n" .- -immediate relief. I am now perfectly cured, and strongly 1 it.:.. , no imil.irlv situated. reCOUlllieilu tills ointment w -y JJ RANOOIS 1ST. LIEilS, Jiacillllt;, uwi ,tv. November 28, 1849. T-a,nuvT Li IX. ii,yj null, & vjhj, 1,"'"" called tho Poor Man's Friend, is. confidently recom- .,..1 ,1. Ml,. ..nfaillnn. i-ommlv for WOlllUiS HlCllUCU tO tllO ptlUllO IH ....... ....j, ...... j --- of every description, a certain cure for ulcerated sore legs, it 01 twenty years sianumg, cuts, miii;, -- braises, chilblains, scorbutic eruptions, and pimples 111 t 1 :n...n ou onm bonds, cancerous MIU 1UCO, amc am, luuituicii w.., - , --- humours, &c, and as a specific for those afflicting crup-.i 41. ' , :,., f..n.. nuinnnimn Sold in oots at tlOIlS tililt nu.iicviuicD lui.uii - . lid. and iis. ad. oacli. , i.: nit.m rc a WTTSnifflPTTirT,. h confirmed JlltiU, UID lllJtJl.u jxi,4uv- , - bv more than forty years' experience to be, without ex - - n ., 1 , i. JLinoc over com cention, one 01 tne oast aiterame iueura..c s,. -----"Y' . ., . l,.j , 0..iaHnu nature 111 pounaeu ior purnyiug uiu um", T ri., all her operations; hence they W "Ttt scorbutic complaints, giamiuia. ""'":? 'r"eri thone ot tne neck, kc. 11 ej 10..., "- .''" ,..:,,,,.,,, ft,m;i n,r;.,,t. that mav be taken at all times without confinement or change of diet. Sold in boxes at Is. lia., at their iiispensary, nupo. - -j ., . i retail by all respectable medicine venders in the Lnited oa the stamp amxea w caw 297 ggmp,,laniimanmnrii"! Forgery. At the Cential Criminal Court, on AVtdnes dav, J. h. Horrocks, 49, described as a merchant, p., nued guilty to two indictments charging him with fcloninush forging and uttering two bills of exchange for t-W. )'.). 7J, a ) i .t'6 2 3s. 5d., with intent to defraud William Mi ler Christy and others. He was sentenced to be transported for fourteen years. Muuneit ot a iVife by hur Husband at Gloi;ci?s On Saturday evening last, about seven o'clo u, a young woman, named Kstlier Curtis, aged 'S-i, who has lately bjon subjected to much ill-usigc" at the ham's of her husband, a labourer, named fidward Curtis, of Victoria-street, in that city, left her bom.', an I went direct to the Ai'iiite Lion beerhouse, a few j arils distant, and called out her husband. They had scare iy left the house, however, before the landlady, hearing the most piercing . screams, immediately ran out, and called, for assistance a young man named William Kn klainl, " for God's sake eo. ne uut, for Curtis is uiurder'ng his wife" Kirkland complied ; and on ruim'tig into the garden he found that Curtis, with his left band, ha I viz-;,! his who by the collar of her dress, and was feeing down her head on the other side of an inm fencing erected to protect a garden. Holding her 11 this position, with th" pit of her abdomen resting upon the top rail with Ids right fist he as beating her on the chest in the uio-t fei--n-: in manner. Kirkland seiz.-d him by the 0 .liar from bebinl.aud additional a.s,si-,tance baling a-rived, Cuitis was lorcd to release his bold ,P her. Uj.storatives were then applied, but in vain, to re a liouite the unfortunate woman. Tlie brutal husband, having been re.'ea.ed from eon tmint, went, again into the tap-room, and e:.l:n!i- proceed d to refil his pipe. He was tiuti t ilJ that " lie ha 1 better send for a surgeon, for his wife wan living." " l,.-t her die, and a good job, too," was his reply. In the meantime medical attendance ha.l been procured, I1.1t the -nir-geon, Mr. Ciarke, nniy arrived in ii oe to see tlie woman breathe her last. C-irtis is now in custody, awaiting the result of a coroner's inquisition. Papal AciiitKssroN. .U:s, J,.:- 'j igham, of Plymouth, two of whose chll Iron w rc i'n eibly tnk :n fr on her, during the night or at nn earl r hour in tin- lnm-ning, and lodged be her husband in the convent at Tau-itoii. uli-rrc she has since been unab'c to have any control ov. r Ili-.-m, or even b am able scared' ever to see tliem, has sent a-h tt-.-r to the Hon. Craven ' II -rkol-y, statin-4 all the facts connected wiih their abduction an I detenti 11. The ease, will probably be brought bv pctiti m I'ortnwii'n before both b-iusi-s of 1 .vrliamellt, and in order to get, these young children out "f the cireof Miss .ieii.i-.glnvin, tiie lady libbe-s of the Taunton iS'iuinor., it is intended to lake immediate steps to make them wards in Cbanee y. The f.icts connected with their detention to lie made liublic. They would go far to prove, if an., thiog h v anting to prove it which we can her l y -un-io -e tiie great necessity i'-u' the euactn-ciit of a law like tli ,t prop -soil by Mr. Layy, for tiiroaing open to public visiist mi all re i-gious house:, in under the pr. sent s .veni uf i-oc:vion and s-crciv no doubt mmiv yini.i fnn.iici are d -hided and forcibly kept in a state of co.ilin- me it. 'hit ulicthci-they are or not, tho iiri'.i-h public, wim have c red so much for the freedom of the slave abroad, .-hould havo security that ther - are nu slaves harboured in privacy at'iMOitlli Journal. Lady Franklin's KxpaniTiciN to the Aiutic Re-(II'iNs. Of the nature of the projected vnaaje ti too Arctic fci as by Sir. Kennedy and his crew of O.kuey men, iu search of Sir John Franklin, a few notes are supplied bv the .odi 0' (Ir'Hit Jminial. Mr. Kennedy is now at Aberdeen, where the little ship, the Princi Albert, is fitting nut. The route to be followed i- by Lancaster Sound, then do.v 1 Prinee Regent's Inlet as tarns po.-.--ible. Th? ship is then to be moored in some harbour, and two b iat i will be din intelied in various directions according to circumstances, or as the openings iu tlio ice mar present. One boat it is intended to bring overland to tha western shore, at C.esswcll or Ureiitford Bay, iu the direction of the mamotie p o'ie. Tiie other iiill be. sent southwards to Felix Harbour, and will cross Boothia Isthmus, and after striking the sea coast will proceed by Sir James Ross's Strait to meet tho other boat. After meeting, they will 11 tain diverge en 1 explore westward. It is then intended that one of the boa s be dispaLehed in tiio direction o' Simpson's Straits, wiliest the other will he directid 11 irthward, with a view to come on the track of Dr. line and his party. M- Kennedy has been 13 years iu the service of the liu Ism's l!av Company, and spent eight years of that peril, ! in Labrador. Knowing the country, and the absinhnee of deer, sa'mon, and niaiine animals, he lias the linn per.-uasior. that at least a portion of Sir John Franklin'., party are y.;i alive. I legoes out without fee or reward, animi.tei! by a pure-devotion to the erviee. The crew cnnsislsof seventeen persons, nearly all nathes of Orkney. The eApeditlou is to be eon-meted 011 teetotal principles ; and tiie ship will he ready for .sea by the end' of this month. She onies three boats . one of mallor.a, iv, one of c mine.-ll niate-i-ia's, mid -me. of "iiita percba. rdossri. fluthie, of Aberdeen, are li.iil.iing a boat specially fir Mr. Kennedy's use. ft is to b twenty-two foot long, only two feet wide at tho mi '.ships' ,,r br' part, an 1 after being (Mven-d with fi le or gutta pc-relni," with one person s -t in it -enuoo !'a-,hi--m -is cileulatod to draw only three inch vs of wat -r; the depth of tho boat is to be tw -L'e inches a', the seat. It is intended t-i propel tho extra-irdinai-. craft, a 'ler the manner of thu natives of these regions the H-ipumaux--by the double bladc.l "ar, and the person s ated in it. will he covered up with a skin (1 -ess. buttoned to : lie chin and fastened to the deck, that, iu the event of its Ji.i ig swamo'-d, it can easilv b) ri-.'bted again without any water getting into it. .Mr. Kenn contemplates not etily 11 .ing this hoat f.r crossing rivers over ice and down rapid--, but to m-ikcifc his couch uf repose ail n'giit, by simply pulling a blanket over him, an 1 there repose in a temperature that unices run- freet'.i to think of it. Jlehas li.-en ii'-custom id to these hanl-hips, ami has stood many nights ju si uilar circumstances, with the therm nncter It) to 50 degrees b'dow z n-o ; often, too, with no covering but the canopy of heaven. The Prince Albert will be provishmeil for wo years. All success attend her. liwrn-x ''eerier. D I S TRICT INT K I, LI G EN CE . PIIE'tL'OT. Pomck Coiorr. James N'.-l -on wss brcicfbt before tlie Itev. .1 S. H. Kvans, on Tilers lay, on a (-'large of .stealing:! lnuiif-riw, tlie property of -bib 11 Sliarples, of Ji linhi:. It appeared tliut the- proseentfir nn.I the prhoiier were I'eilo.v-workirejn in the. employ of ii. lir.itlierc m, Iv-,., sal fie prisoner, having been dismissed, k'fi the premises on the lllh March last. On the prosecutor lea-, ing off vr the s;uno i-..:1iiug, be placed bis tools in a pi ice used for tbj pui'inisr, and 0:1 returning Uie following niornin found that his liaiels tw ha 1 Ixwn taken away. Nothing was heard of it until Tu-j.sdr.y last, when Policc-scrjoaut Iruvlon -a-.v the prisoner at work with it in l'rc-vot, and took him into custody. Tiie pri-oner In 1 errs-.-d the name, ftc, marked upon the s.iw by the proseo"'.', and slated he bought it at St. Helen's ; he. however, Hoy i. linllfod taUinii It frointhe pros, enter's basket, and begged forgiveness. He Was c n.lliiittod fur trial at tho ensa'ng sessions, but e.-.e, sniise pieutly 1. berated on hiding sureties for his appcarar.e.-. -Itieh ird tspeilcer was brought up on Friday on a warrant for neglecting to support his wife nu:l four children. Tlie wife state-! that they were until lately in very goo I circtunst-inecs iu a firm of sonic extent, but thai 'the defendant had wasted, the pp.-i'-r:y hy his improvident habit:;, and left her and the children depei: lent .111 her friends, (la was discharged on imlertakingto pay 2s. 'il. a wee!: until bo could make seine b -Iter arrangement, .lnhn Thompson, charged on Saturday with steiiin; a pick, the property ol' tiie Trestecs of tlie Liverpool and l'rescot Turnpike-roe 1, which it appeared he bad run away with on Friday, while the men were at work a short distance oil', wa, remanded until .'.toaday. ST. 1IKLKXU iiw-xTiox ok Oi-auoians kjr Wisoi,::. -The following live gentlemen Were minima:-. d as gu i.r.!ia:is fr the township of Viiii!!e:--Mr. Hillingc liiinkliorn, as) : Mr. Oliver (iivgson, UiO ; Mr. Kd.vard Glover, 40!; Mr. S. Mar-li, H07; Mr, .John Coop, lill. Tha three first wore cle.'te.l. l'oi.tei-: Cut'iiT. Thomas C.irtwright, a marine-store dealer, was charged before William Pilkiue'ton, K-i., with receiving large quantities ofbrass and copper, knowing the same to have been stolen. On the istli day or I'ebrua r.v 1 est, a largo quantity of copper, in cakes, was forwarded from the itavenliu.ul Coppe Works, in Sutton, hy the St. Helen's r-.ilway, to Liverpool, and when the same arrived at Liverpool the following day, four cakes of copper were missing. The cakes, which weigh upwards of li-t pounds each, were afterwards loiind at the Ilaigli Company's Works, near Wigan, to whom the prisoner had sold tliem 011 the 3rd day of March List (two days after the robbery). The prisoner was also charged with receiving three brass buckets, which bad been stolen from Messrs. Caldwell and Thomson's colliery, Omrl-bridge. Th-' brass buckets were identified by Messrs. Caldwell and Thomson's workmen, and i was proved' that the prisoner had sold them to the Haigh Company. The prisoner was committed for trial on both charges, barge (tii-nitities of brass steps and other articles were produced, audwhicfl bad been identified as belonging to other cileries in the neighbourhood. WAHIIIXCTOX. St. J mies Ixi'VST Scnooi-0:i Sunday last two tenuous, in support of the Infant S.'hool conne--ted with St, James's Church, were preached ; thai in the moriiu 1 the Iter. .lamo WrMit B A incumbent, and thai, in the ev, ning by the Itev. Thomas Oreeiiall, M.A., rector of (Jrappcnhall. The collections amounted to .-til Us. Tiisruiosi ii. or KEsrucr.-It is always gratifying to hear of working lira who, by their own efforts, rai.-e themselves to a superior station in society, ami gain for Uie respect or thos-' who kiiaw them. Mr. Thomas Moulding, late manager of the riultomnrkst factory, which was destroyed by fire last-October was a poor orphan buy, sent to work at- the factory when -even ye irs old, for twelv, fourteen, and sometiines even fifteen' hours a day. Mot having al'y of the ordinary advan-t-i"es be picked up the elements of learning in St. John's Simdiv-sel.ool, ami tauglit himself mathematics, as we'd us the chief branches of au K" igli-sli e.h.eatio... He early joined the Mecbaii'.-s' institution, in which f.r many year., he gratuitously taught evening eh' He win a consistent and rteaiom, feeto-filer lUvin-' chane-ed his religious opinions, he joined the Cairo-street ongivgalion, in the Sim-Uy .school attached to which he laboured unremittingly, as teacher an-lsupcrintendellt, for upwards of seventeen years. Being about to emigrate with his hi-'e fiimUv to the far west, his friends ikicrniincd on pro-s-ntiir"him with a testimonial of tlu ir respect. Among the contributors to this (which consisted of a .silver chain and woteh with asuitablc inscription.) were .1. Wilson I'attcu, tsq., M 1' President of the Mechanics' Institution ; (1. Orcenall, FsVll V Stubs, lin., Mayor of Warrington, and all Ins ' . ii.,., ,.in,.. tons her i:itb many oilier Influential- prccicce-suis in u," , . , . icrsons and friends of every religious and political sociely in the own The. scholars, teacher-, and friends of the Cairo-street Si.ndav-sehool also presented Mr. Moulding with a handsomely ho""d copy of the complete edition , the 1 , Hory " l.""tSi lion ds aid others to his son" and daughter, ami to V W r$.il of whom were teachers in the same school) rvir. jo. h j nn nniluv weok. at ;i crowded Sofbis' KartiircT He sailed last Tuesday by the Star 0. the West. w 1 1 a panv 01 loui.eo... , , 1 OHMSKIKK. liovRn or GfAROiAXs. The weekly meeting was held on ' Thursday W' WcIfIiv, Ksq., in uie cnair. l resem--Messrs, T Me" '-.'toner, lialshaw, Forshaw, G'arr, Smithies, Whallcy, Ecch's' iiotherham, llolcroi't, Hunt, I.inaerc, L.-yland, Howard, Mawdeslev and Mercer. . vm-uoor raita muumu-u'reu uunng the week' :' Townships, 40 Ills. td. ; union, .8 IBs. lOd. ; non-resident poor, 1 ; total, .",0 l.os. 2il. The books showed a balance in favour of the union of 10 17s, 5d. i Os. 2(1. had been expended on account of the inmates of the workhouse.. Mnmlim- of inmates. 71: and 71 vairrairts had been relieved during thi week! William Moorcroft, master of the vagrant office, vesignoo lus situation ; anu ,101m ryies was ii" y sncepeil him. A 'checme of ,"i0 was allowed in favour of tne rolievink olticcr. The following cheques 1 were also '"r Mr. .1. iiuyton, tons. ; mr,-nynionoh, . ,;:;T.m for the lunatic isylunrfor the quarter. A letter .rem was read, requesting that the pauper lunatics miu h be re . moved on Saturday next from HaydrxA to BamaiU, wan agveed to, and the meeting separated.

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