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The American Champion and the
(ho. Frauci Train's fastigatiou of
1,'nII Kim Kusselh
li jt'iri i: err. j .on-h-nt i.f tli-.- I.vii'l.-n
is rciir;?, a- mil.t I; ixirt-i, th-
aid v 1. 1 all tj 1
-i.'-ssi-,li Isl- in l .ril ilrl.
tht ir cuv Irvin th - S-c
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c.-.-.-i n writ rs, t.iwin:
(i jii artich: i,n hi vr,ul.-j.,n iV-rji the IV'
Army, in the 'i'ltu n it i t r, in jnrn ovr Lis -xit,
and .-c. s-i ii sp ak r arc . striii,"; in t!i e I.jii-
m li-' ii i m hall-, it i if!i- ult t l!r. 1 anv t,u:
to t.ikv i! the w-ap.n a.iin.-t him. Mr. 1 rain,
k vcr, wli is -.n' rally pr. s-.nt at th-.-: h;h.it---
A the jm- ple, ie;-,.rii-Iy supports thv I 'nion -i lv
ti nil iit -ti-n.i n rivan atl'air.-, aivl i- al
ways rM'Iy t rvj-ly t any -;tk' r r any nuin
i T j j-.ik-M, Willi fai t.-, linrvs ami aruinviit-',
in j-atri-tic 'i'.fvii-tj of hi t; un:rv an i J.-.-r iiiti-tutioii.-.
:at ick f Ku.-m
on our I'r-il nt an-J
S- r tary of War, mail-; in tin; 'limn on hi- r
tiirn t- Knl iiiJ, i-5 iis of thv wt akv-t of his
in any f-Iaii'l. rs aiin-t our jj-oi Iv, an- it will h
hy Hi- loll'juin , ric ntly lvliin l
at on-ol thv I.oi -l n tii.--ii.--ioii halis. tiiat Mr.
Train h i- ino-t r if--dually u-:l thv ?- al in knife
in hhovin,r nj t1i-- ini-s:raMti Mil'-r of our i:i-ti-tutiotf.
1 hv ij'n -ti in ninl -r lii-vu i n in thv
Dvhatin 11 ill, w i- UV ' . Lint t, !n
jiisttjt'tl in riJ'itMiitj j" . i i tn ilit- 'J'iii . ( "i.r
r ."ffifiift nt , nii'oiL nitl, tf,t; I't .-I: rnf .Inm
A .-.vi re atra' k Was mad-u. ;. thv I 'rvsMvi.t of
thv l.'nitil Statrs ari-1 t!i- A-linini-t r iti m hy
f-.-ak rs wli-i .r. I.l Mr. Train aii'l wh- took
thv n.-ativv ',; of the 'juv.-ti.jn. The fHo'.in
is his .- v Ii in r-j ly :
Mr. Chairman and g.-iith'iiieii. No ! hat. can
hhow ig -r unit th re are twosi-h s. T.-ni-j:ht,
thus far. lli-r-- has been hut .n. Kiis.- 11 i- th"
j-et f the linli-li -.'oj 1.-, :.ii.l I he r- buke he has
reci'iv.-.I at Wa-hint n has oil' n I. d yoii ; hem e
f.rtiiin.-iits have !' n made t-nniht too sw.-.-i-iii-'
iii tle-ir n-ure, ton s.-vere in tin ir aj j-li.-ati on,
f r ine t i 1-1 tli.-ni j.a-si tm:iotie d.
It is a d.-Io-at ; thing f r a f-.r- ign - r t at?a' k
the hoii-ehold go-Is of any nation ; hut tbo.-: who
kriowiiiearejiwareth.it I g. in-rally express my
thoughts regardless of" the rons.-eii.-uc.-.s to iiiy.-H.
! shall 1 .k at thi- tiestioti r : i r -1 v through inv
wn eyes, hear it through my own cars, se nt it
with my own na.-.il organ (Iatighti r) t ist-; it
with iny own t mgii", and I it with my own
hands. ( Aj pl.iusi-.) A i-jr7rati-jii, it is said,
h:u l no soul tsav", or I.ly to ki.-k." (Liugh
t'T.) I .I t ii..t cxj.ct to liii-l the f.,rin. r in the
'Iiiiit . e-irr sp.Ji.dent, hut I will leave it to 3011 to
fay, when I have concluded, win tle-r I have not
discover'-.! some svee-.-ion sj. t a.s a resting jdae."
lor the loot uf a 1'iiioii nun. (Liughtcr and
The 'Puif .f, for half a ntury, as the paid or
gan cf the governing cla.-ses, has coii.-i-tent Iy
a!usel and ini-r.-preseiitcl verything Am- riean.
ltd oIiey has Iiecli to search the criminal eal- i.
dar for tie? nio-t oh.-eeiie and revolting ea.-s of
rriin.', in order to portray th.-ni in its columns as
the leading charactvi i.-ties of the American peo-j-Ie.
Out of a hundred leaders in the American
Iiar?, on commerce, cducati.d., or rolitics there
might have Iecri one article on crime that arti
cle; was at unee sei. d iij-oii hy the 7 '. to prove
to Fiir.j-.', from our own mouths, how d' lnoral
iz'il we had heroine. Vice was always in-crte'd
in I.-aded tyr- Virtite was n-.t a characturistie
of Ilcpuhlics. y constant repetition of these
idanders, everything tiiat was vile in the hi.-tory
of man was stamped iikjii t!nr American, -im-ri-ruiii
are generous as well as ju-t, and you can
imagine how mortilh-.J they must have leen, a't-r
the warin-hearte.l shake of the hand they gave
your future king, to see the 'Ph.-ks preach day
after day against the Cni..n and the law.
At the commencement of the 'war, Mr. Ilus
tsell wai sent tait to le.-crile tiie iei-.-itudes of the ,
trife. Wc knew him, a.s we know all your wri- ;
t tj, and are first todiscover their t ih-nts. Thack
eray was known ir. every village, ami returned to
L'ngland with moin y in his p. .ck t to he t old,
when he vv is th-f.-ated at Cambridge, that there
were only three men on the electoral li.-t w ho had
ever heard of him. (Laughter.) K 11. -sell reigned
Miprenj:; as tlie King of the Ci resj .ndetits. and
his graphic descriptions id" Crimean and Indian
warfare were familiar to us all. So many errors
Lave lK.cn committed to-night by the speakers
who have preceded me, you had better let me
give a. hasty glance at his career; first stating
three distinct negatives.
Kus.-e' is an Irishman, not an I'lilishman.
(Hear. hear. ) IJussell was not the 7 . Cor
respondent in Italy, and you ought to know as
well as I, tiiat it was H.-r Knvlhy and not ilus-tH-ll
wh Miccecd-.1 Cook in Cnina. No'jdy
.svtiis to know whether Kus.-t-ll was I .111 i;i Ili,
or i-l ; hut, graduating at Trinity, h-- o:u
rancil writing for the I'mi-t in 1.'. Living
at a S nsatioii time, wlun O'Conn-H was the
Sensa ti -n leader, Ilu-sell lv.u 1 Sen-ati-
ter-writ-r, and. v.ith the cxe-ej tion of the rt
perit.d from 1SI" to 1M7. wh.-n he was on the
'. 01 A . he ha- l,,li chief ef the 7 . sf .itf.
Iti loO lie 1- eame a larrit -r, the lit rary dodge
often j r.ictised t 1 ojm-ii the ih.or t g-d s.ei tv.
(OIi.) The g -iith man says oh f hut it N n-. t. -rious
that he never h !d a hrief. w.-re a wig. .r
gave a legal oj ini u. IIe.ii-1 what Cart, r Hall,
and Make-Peace Ti:aek ray did i !'-r.- him j ai l
the hundred jiound hari i-t. r-Iie n-e. t ol.tain the
!,u n sfniiilt d the West F.nd. In and 1 .".."
he wa the tyrant of the army at the Crimea,
and, so unfairly did he use the means at his cm
niand. there? are many Hie. rs in.w in the l'i iti-h
army who treat him with the se-rn he de-ers.
His attack uf oil the 'oin:nisarv Iej .irtmcnt did
more t j r.doiig t!ie emit -st than is generally
known. I was t I1, when at -t. 1 Vti-r.-'-uiga
after the war, that the Kinjcr-.r received tele
graphic disj atches from London as to the wretch
ed conditions of the allied fore s, as de-eiiin .1 hy
our own correspondent," which mad- th" IIus
si ins iii.re vindictive and more d- t' iuiined, iie-re
ohstinate. and stimulated th cm to make greater
'xertioiis to jour down troojs t- the Crimea.
(Hear, hear, and True.) F.nglanl may thank
JIussell for the additions to many a Crimean
grave3ard, and many a noMe home in Knglatid
has fn?en made sad hy t f I- rcckle.-s trader in hu
man reputation, who yesterday came sniveling,
like a whij jed school lny, hefV.re the l'.riti.-h j-o-pl;,
in a three-column attack upon the American
iovcrnnicnt, si:njIy Iiecause that Ciovernnunt
has enforced its orders, not against Mr. litis.-. 11
only, but against all the c rresj'i.d--nts ..f the
world, American as well as I'urojvan. France,
he forgets to mention, was the dear ally of Kng
l and in tlie Hussian war, yet he was refused per
mission to cut r the French camjs, although the
allied Genera's weie acting in concert. (Ap
j lauso.) The FuijH-ror sent a sj-ecial ord r pn
hihiting his entrance inside the ranks. It was
enough to see the 77i' play into the hands of
Ilussia, hv slandering the Kngl:-h army, without
IiU ling the French as well. Prcsid -nt Lincoln
has only followed the action of s . me e ther dis
tinguished names. Did not ir Charles Napier
refuse to take a corespondent with him t . the
IJaltic ? (Ves.) Did not the Duke of U ellh-g-ton
proldbit corresjondents following the army
in the Peninsula? (Hear, and W.) Did he
not 9:1 v that correspondents ought all to be hang, d
who would comment upon a general s military
ti'-ans" Do v think that the P.ritisli lovcru
ment would aldov. any newsjars r en rc.-j.on i -nt,
in the employ of any other government, to criticise-
any of the? movements of the army 0:1 tne
Held of battl,.? (No.) H.w Strang- that th.s
Fair.-- Ilus.-. II should uk a lavor of the 1 resident
whom a sliort time ago ncacc u-eu -..?
t continue in 1 ..; If; wa nt t Moscow t
p lint th-- picture .,f Alexander's c.ionatwn, and
I wiii '1 i him the iu-'i.-i- t sav that ho i :ii rt'.'l
it . II. (I -f.
i.im I.L. !.
in , -t.,
T-.) That V'-af his !! duhhed
I ii" n xt year J iv wa in India.,
that I. mi. iitahh; failure
. 1 nu . .''' '':'. An J IijW we coin-im-re
!ir- rtlv t t thv ijU-.-.sti-m in d-.hat-, iv th
1 -ti r,f inIifi'd in us t i ft u. '.;. 'i '.' (Hear,
f answer jt, let me l-k. are the American people
ji.-f :;-.i in pa-ln any Itws that they iu:iy think
pn.per, without cri.-ultinj the Lm:J' n Tium !
i Me :r, lit-ar, an 1 laughter.) Hiving pase-l an cr
ih.r, ciirriiii all our own crn rpon lei.t, I can
i.ot ui;((.r?t m 1 up..ij wh tt gixuii-1 .Mr. U isseil shou'. 1
he an exception. (A voice You :i;luw ihe American
c- ire-pon h-nts to he there ) I fell you it is not true,
utiles- u im-an tii it every cffi :tr is a curre.-pi-n l-?nt,
arnl every sohiier a letter-writer, proving that e-luca-ti'.ri
in .n:trici is on the t' a -1-tile of ciiiiz it ion.
In i-i-'i.t to tliuff you the cc ntemptihle prt this wolf
in s-litep's clothing has phiyeJ, let re trace his
vu'peeniar courr-e s-ince he lan-k-1.
Iv-civi-l at .N.-w Voik with ( pen arms, intro lu:el
.at cur cluhs, an-1 in cur firnilies, he writes his first
lihel, .Jec! irin tiiat there w is no L'nion fielinj, no
L'lii. n sentiment, no L'nion army, in the North; pre
dicting the entire ce'Laps-e of cur Il-f ublic. He went
to t hiriiuu, where iJ rs opened wi le again to
give him we.Tome. and aaiu he replied witii ain-ther
sneer against the f'e h-i r.i resources. He passed en
to (.'harlt-st'-n, and there i: was that he found the
enth-m in, the chivalrous clliccr, the anointed I'.no
linian; -.nd abolition nuell lell violently in love with
Xero Sl.nery, and Southern brandy, from this I
point he wrote tiiat Kepul.lic mi.-m was dea l in the i
South the Confederacy wintel a king and the j
1'iince of H'al.-s was Mi-jcsted. That hut.le I'rincc, :
who a few months before hid been insulted ia K'ch- j
mond, the only phice whete he was not well received j
in the Western world ! Acting on the.-e letters .and !
his '.-n federate Conspirator, .Mr. liunch, the .Stvcs- J
sion Uritisii Consul at Charleston j r d John Ilus- J
f-el! ma le his firt false step in ucknowledging the
rebels as l.ellig.-i ents, and it is not the fault of those I
II.-iti-!i sj,ies that tlie Foreign Secretary did not '
acknowledge the Confederacy. L'u-kr t!;e sacred !
cover. f .htilomatie letters it is fair to presume that
at Ihi-- time he m . Ie l is plai.sj I., furnish through the
li :t:sii dispatch leies to tlie reb'-l tr-ner lis the entire
plans of the Northern army; (Oh ! and Where's your
proof?) as well as to keep Yancey and the Ihiti-h ,
Oovei nment thoroughly jested, through the dis-
1' itche.s f Lord Lyons to the Foreign O'fiee; acting j
- the double put of a I'.iitisli inf. rmer and a rebel !
spy! ( Iissent, an I Proof, proof. ) j
You ask lbr proof I rd.-r yen to the diplomatic !
c '.rrcspondei.ee, in the month of October, between j
Mr. Seward, Mr. A dims and Lot 1 Lyons, demanding I
the rec ill cf Mr. Hunch, for tending rebel papers ,
from the Southern hralers to their Cmiiiis.-ioiiers
here, through Lord Lvotis's dispatch b ;g, iinjthe !
Foreign Ol.ice. Mr. Seward having tripped up the ;
Ib'.t:sii fiovernment in this e-juivocil piece of diplo- j
rn.iev, L -1 1 .John lI-is--II afterwards sent his special I
-.n.:. r l y every -te-imcr to Washington, and it is
a singulir fi". tint Yancey wis tlie fir.-t to obtain
every iuf.-rniati.-u in both sides f the line, the 1110
mint this arrangement was made; (heir, hear ) but
t ) go mi, Ihe-ell was next at l 1 1 Pickens, which lie
falsely pre lietel Would soon he occupied by (ieneral
Uragg; but recent events have proved that although
(ieneral llragg may he a good d. g, (Ieneral Holdfast
i-a better. (Laughter and cheers.) At New Or
leins, he commenced to be disgusted wiih the South,
and. believing that he cuM reach the North before
his letters returned, he began abusing 1l11.se who had
ei.ti rt.:ined him, an 1 ri liculod the riJralf that com
I osed the Si uthern army. His picture, however, of
the povcity of the Etiglish wives and daughters,
w:ioe husbands and fathers ha 1 been iai pressed into
the Confederate army, together with the several
IJrifish subjects who were imprisoned at New Orleans,
created tin Mich horror in Engl in 1, as theairestof
c ue Eritish subject w ul 1 have done in the North ;
but h t me hurry on. At Cairo, lie thanked his God
that he had 1 ft the land of rulliins and gamblers,
and was again under the Stars and Sirijes. His let
ters haviii2 come back to America, he accused the
S. uthern Post ITiee i f having tamjiercd with his cor
respo'eU nee. forgetting that his employers in Print
ing House S.juare are ever ready t. cut a truth out
ot any letter and in-eit a lie when it answers their
purpose. Not entirely corrupt, still re- ecting the
less.-iis of the Pilgrims, we still observe one of the
good old Puritan customs of keeping the Sabbath
holy. What must then be the disgu-t of the good
people of Illinois to fin 1 t'iis model Churchman c ut
in the prairie with his dogs and gun, disturbing the
peaceful services in the little village church on its
border with the rep it of fi:e arms. An everlasting
disgrace upon tlie English people, as well ns an insult
to our own. He was summoned to the Police Court,
and out . f ics cot to the chinch going 1. iti. n he re
presentol, and :u well as disju-ted with his ignorance
cf cur r.digi. m cu-toms. be w.-i- dischirgel. He
returned to Washington in time to describe, as an
eye witness, tlie battle from which he ;ick?iow!e Iges
that he was six miles distant. (Laughter.) It has
come to jia-'s that he arrived in Washington some
hours in advance of the di-orzanize-1 volunteers,
which he ridicules, and carved his facts out of his
imagination. He is a word painter, and can paint a
truth us well as 1 lie; but his t.i-te runs in the latter
vein. Ce-n-eijueiitly, he sinks truth wherever he can,
so that he may the more ciTectuaily float the lie with
which lie caters to tlie wilting npjetite of English
wee i. 11 ? (Where's your proof?)
Mark some of his prophecies, and the proof shall
ne of Ins prphcc:c. and the proof shall I
Pilbenotsiy that IMrn-i Ic's exf. lin-,,.
wmil I !)' a f liluic ? Hear, hear, an! yes.l You
knor that was a perfect success. Applause. li l
he 11 -t s-iy that we ha i no power tit raising an army
out f our volunteers? . 11 kn .w how f ilse has been
the assertion. Hear, hear. Pi-l he not siythat
we h id 110 illh.s, 1... ariiilery, 111 oflicers, no generals ?
You know, gentlemen, th it never before was an
army so tie roughly cpiiju c 1. Hear, hear. I : 1 1
he i.et say that it was iiii.o--i':i'e to .-ave the 1! r-l. r
States? And yet Mi-soari, Kentucky. Tennessee
and Maryland are all back again, while Yirginia and
North ( iro'.in 1 are knocking at the l'nii-11 dur.
l'id he to t say that the rein 1 aimy Wiui l make a
leriih'.e tight at M m iss is ? Ai?l yet how rapid they
!l 1 at the a Ivatue if McCclian. Hear, hear
I vou want more proof, gentlemen, i f tliis misera
ble'slii! h-rer-s hbels? Take Island N . l';.Iid he
m t say that there won' 1 be lm libel res stance there
An I yet the cinnons have been roaring there for
weeks in front; while we cut a twelve mile can il up
to their luck do, r, an-1 bagged their entire army cf
0.00.1 inen. l'id he not s iy that the Ameiican peo
ple w- ui 1 imt tak" up the tir.-t I-.an, and the second
and the thud? Hear, heir. 1: 1 he lo t say that
oar j ee Ie were bankrupt, our ( jvernmetit insolvent,
our I'leisury empty ? l'id he in t say that Ameri
cans would not allow themselves to be taxel? An-1
yet, gentlemen, time has shown that he is m t cniy a
false pr j hot, but a systematic liar 1 Pissent.
ieiitleaien, you mu-t excuse my bil Ertuch Ijiid
laugh'er while I -ontinue my dissecti.-ii of this
libel.. us Charlatan 1 the paid agiiit to misrepresent
everything in America.
A gentleman arose to say that Mr. Train's I in
guage w is uaparliament iry, and while the debate
was quite free, the epithets used an 1 bitterness dis--laved
by Mr. Train were quite uncalled for.
Mr. Train Ceiiti::uc 1 : Yoii know, gentlemen, that
I u-u illy expre-"s my own thoughts n--t y. urs. My
words are percussion cips n- t tl:nt locks; and I told
yvu en the start that I should bring revolvers to
be ir against Mr. Ilus-e'I an-J the speaker who -le
al him, if they put any m te fire-cracners m my
L ul Iiughter, and he ir, hear.
lo continue as .vlr. uasseil s letters returnel to
Americi. cur in l pen h-nt pie-s s .. ii discovered in
stca 1 of au able bodied healthy argument, nothing
but false hair, fl-e teeth, dye ! whiskers, a glass eye
ati 1 a wen Ion h-g in other Words, a steiee typed
sham ir.sicil of a tine specimen cf English honesty.
It will be remembere i that s -.me time ago, correspon
dents were prohibited from following the army; this
was followed up by the Government seizure of the
telegraph cilices. Here was discovered a due ne-t . f
traitors, an 1 who d. vou supple was the chief rob
ber ia the band? Why, William II ward Ilussell,
the reli il le C-rres.on lent if the L-.-u lou 7V;it I
Hear, hear, an J h !
The mystery was at I ;-t s Ivel, the secret came
cut. all 1 the hostility .f the Time the Secession
of the Government was exilaired, and the
CVanfc t.kt a:sc.'Tcre-i, w:i:cii nis :i;re:iiy ni.e-i
in my :i Western r ivey ir J. an 1 h is ruine l, is ruin
ing, an J w; II c tilths tie to ruin, thotisin-ls in Etig-I.-iii
I ! The time h is airivcl for the wr.rl-1 to i:n ler
st itil th it th whole aoti-!i of the Tin, ihr.Hieh
i's 1 il.rs an 1 its c rie-j
2 ii leii Miverci'tis in thes.
.:i ioL t, h is heea to weigh
ileastitist iiam.iti life an 1
hum vn misery. r::ch . ly h - t:.a-k' n.il'iciis ru
mor points to Rjteh -chil l an 1 sut:i? .listinpui-he I
nimes in ii-i':tie'il I: ft-. :;s ti.e acL'o:njliocs of the
Tii:tcs in this tie f iriou I'lct to invi lve the Knglish
ati 1 Amcricatis in an inh'iui in war, that tiny niiht
; make a few more hundred thcusanls in the Stock
Kxch inge. A voice Voii have no right to make
such a statement wuhcut proof." Cries of order.
L'nfortua itely, i h ive too muoh prof. Aunng
the d:"p-ttches seize-1 l-y the Government, this one
w 4- discovered : ' W-i?ri:i:gtoii, iK'cembvr li, half
pa.it two, p. hi., from . II. Ku.-svll to Samuel
Ward, New Voik Hotel. t o t ,.V.-vi;.i as
though you heard u-t-l nf u: "' t, :i ai.I nr."
Hear, hear. This, you reaiemer, was the crisis
of the Trent a'air. Uussell has ju?t obtaineJ the
scent from Lor J Lyons that the rebel Comuiissii. ners
would be given up, and sent his orJers to purchase,
right and left, all kinds of stocks in the New York
maiket; and to make the speculation sure, he wrute a
letter to the Ti!u:A tii it nignt, to go by the next d iys
steamer, saying that he knew M isoti and Siidell uot
only would not b given up, but that there was every
pr.-spect of immeii'ite war. Now, I maintain that
such acts are sufficient to c ndemn him at the tribu
nal of Kiig'ish public opini. n, anl to fasten upon the
Tunc.-, the entile responsibility ot the terrible distress
that now exists in the manufacturing districts, and
now agitates the mind of the London lib.-rer and the
L'jti 1- n pour. It is well known that important dis
patches were suppressed by your Government for
three week, an 1 that important operations took
place upon the Stock llxchange through KothschiMs' i
broker. Head the weak reply of the Jljrnin Post
to the .Mui nirt j; Star. j
In conclusion, I mny mention the meanest an-1 the i
last act cf Mr. K-isseH's contemptible course in I
America. Well knowing the order of tiie Department
rohibiting all corre-i.oii dents from following the
army, he sneaked on board the Government trans- I
port under the quasi protection oi his American i
friend. Gen. McClellan; and then it was that the !
Se:retary wis obliged to re-issue the order, never
for a moment supposing that any linglish gentleman f
would have done s mean a thing. The impudence !
of the man out-Russells T.jsselh Think of him j
writing to the Secretary of War to know if lie (the j
Secretary) really meant to act on the order that he
(the Secretary) issued ! following it up with an au- j
dacity almost beyond belief, by writing to the I'resi- !
dent to know if he permitted his Secretary of War to
take any such action ! To show y ou the imper- j
t'mence id the tiling, let me suppose a case. Ireland '
1 rH .i,ili,il ? f ?irriv in I ituf. i?i tli porvrm .ti
ut of the N. Y. II. rail ; havinj; met Lord Clyde
j iri ,he Crimea, I obtain permission to aceompanv him
' i-.i.,...i 1..., . .. 1 , .1...
11 1 c ictii'i. li 1 1111: 111 ?l n 1 ti iv 11 in iciiti? 111 1 nt-
lhrabl, ridiculing the English army, English gener
als, an I Fnsli-Ii ministers proving Ijey. nd a duubt
how impossible it was f.r hneian 1 to recover Ireland.
At this mmnent, these letters having returned to
England, the Secretary if War calls Lord Clyde's
attention to an cider pri.hihiting c jrt espondents
from joining the army. Imagine my indignantly
waiting upon L;rd l'.ilmer.-ton to know if he meant
to act 011 the arn-y order; and then, if you cin, im
agine my having the an hicity to have penetrated the
gloom of O-t i rne, to see if s.me higher power couldn't
make the 1'iemier rescind his instructions, haug
ter. I think, pentlemen, I have suecee-led in de
fending the Ad.-ninistratton and Mr. Ftanton.
Kil-spll iveur let iiipi !e l mi nlmliriniiist l.o e imo
1 hack, as most Englishmen do a pro-si avery man.
He went to America as a gentleman; he returned,
after outraging all the rules of g-ol society, to
chuckle with his employers over this stock-jobbing
operation. I called him a robber. Is it not robbery
to depihe widows and orphans, hy frightening them,
and getting their stocks at ruinous prices? Is it not
villiany to paint a lie so that it shall resemble truth .'
Is it not murder so to discmble there lies, as to pro
long a contest at the est of thousands of lives? Is
it nut .l itnu ible tn speculate in human flesh, placing
pounds in the scale against human lives? Is it not
criminal, hy the continued repitition of falsehoods,
to create an animosity between two people, that it
may he difficult to allay ? lie sail our mob would
not give up Mason and tdi lell; but when you know
he said it in order to speculate upon the Stock Ex
change, you can see what lelimce could have been
laced upon the report of the hat ties that are now
taking jdace. He went to America hlua'e l with the
conceit of his own impoi tance. The American jour
nalists have t ipped him, and his sudden collapse is
11 well-merited rebuke to his employers. Under the
impulse of champagne and good brandy, he can paint ;
a battle scene; but how shallow, aside from this, how
feeble his correspondence generally appears. j
l'e Tocq'icvil'e visited America, and wrote a
searching analysis of our institutions. Ilussell lias !
had ample time to do the same; lint h is he done so ? '
No. What has he tol l the English people of our
eir.rtuous resources ? oar gigantic energy? our ter- j
rible resolution ? What has he sai 1 .about our pro- I
gressive agriculture ? Our increasing manufacturing
strength ? Whore has he described our progress in j
shipbuilding, and in railways, an 1 in telegraphs? ;
What has he tol 1 the English people of our educa- !
t :.nal s3-stc:i:s , i 11 r com tii on schools, and our colleges ? ;
What es-ays has he written, ?:milysing our social and j
jM.Htic il life ? Pray, in what re-pect has he followed !
the lioh'e esaKip'e of le Toeqiievilh', in giving Ivi- I
rope a philosophical treatise on Itepublic in institu- !
tions? v J
(ientlemen, I have finished. In sitting down let j
me say that were I President, woul 1 have allowe 1 j
him to follow the army cheers in order to show ;
how little we c ire l for his continued '1' inders. Hut ;
I think 1 have said enough to m ike you admit that '
I'rc-i lent Lincoln was quite justified in not entirely '
consulting Wiiliam IPiward Kussell to the policy 1
of the more or less United States of Ameiic i. Loud :
"T1 1 "IT i "r"EC1
, ( j, (JU.DO
TI10 splc mlid ficw Dtitc'i Clipper Ship
7 X'l ton
per IScui-ter. was to leave
OX VP fill. tol!. WITH A COMIM.KTi:
ASXIifi. T.VJ KXT OT COIIDS.
I n.-lu-li!!ir ti -'.v aiol ili-hiii- styl. s of iVi.V''.N.)
K r- s-iy s -1. . te 1 (i this M n k -t.
S iini-l-s f inv. ie. s h-r:!y .-vpi et- 1 via the Isthmus o
j will i,i ol
arrive l-v tie- n ... lers. .-. 1.
.i M'.. i;ki;kn v o
rKas iiiciii.v (d..i.m rownnK.
is- s I i 1. K
J ' Tt 1 1 1 '
r. r.itKWKK r.
PAIIl NO. : FAIKIJAXK'S I'bATFURM
SI' A I.tis. ...a ! l.ir.e si.:- !:C..-lv r. . - iv.-.l.
r sal- l y i:jf.-;:ai) C. IiKKWKK & Ci.
Ariciiidi r;i I I in p 1 c in v n 1 ?
T5 KOX PLOW S.
3. MVok. s.
II A Y CTTTKUS,
ti'i il l'l:ili'.. r-.
C.i::e Cir i'-rs.
li.ir h o K- !I- rs.
.: rs II o. s. W h- H-ari-ews,
C"ioliv.4t-.r' r-'th, .ri:i 1-t ::!
i;.ir !-.n ltakes. F-.r a!- hv
c. i:ia:wtiL .v co
i pm iu:(
9 '9 th" U!l... r.
F.IVKI AM) FOil SALU UY
ntiN, L?avaiian lieef.
ke.l atid Cured in Tji
s llan.l Salt
cn as. iii:i;vi:r., -2r
Suirar ar.d Svrsip Iers.
5 F r
f: i.. km i'TV
H.l'ilt SA I.K A nor T
2' -....I -i'.-: i:,...l M .t
llXiO liAl'Ai MADE
-. f .i- s.i-:.r or s.i'.r. ::
. li-lT .v flht 'Cli'S.
- '. x
1 - V K
' r - x
:--'.-T::v'v-: -.S :?
IIAVK (N HAND ANT F(U
SALE AT MODERATE RATES,
A LARGE STOCK OF
AMONGST WHICH AHE
Fancy Prints of a great variety of stylos and colors.
Indigii lliie Cottons,
Minute Pattern Turkey red and yellow Prints
White ground Muslins, small jiatterns,
" " " nicdiuni '
Hrilliants small and ni-Jiuin patterns,
Dlack and White tai' check Muslins,
Turkey K. d Cloth,
Cotton llanu kerchiefs
White Cotton Drills,
, Prat Mole-kin.
I A jrreat variety of Cutton Trowseiings
j Plain BJacIs Silk!
j Fancy Crureil Silks,
l'ure Silk Ilj.iJk.-rehieU.
Stwii i; Silk,
I I'mhrni lereil si!k fiKr.ieil Alp-itns
j Fine h'.iiek Alpacas.
I l.Iaek ami eolore.l f.ureil Lustres,
i l'luiu colore 1 Lustres,
! Superfine hhick an.l h!ue Cloth,
j Saperfiiu M.iL-k Cassimere,
riain hlue Flannei,
' lhack Satinett,
, Coiuinon hhiek anil hlue Cloth,
j I;l.ick ami fancy Dm-ihin? an.l inixe.1 Tr.iw.ser'uigs
White ISlankets, all sizes,
l'.lue Illanke-t!--, all sizes,
Scarlet Khmkets, ail sizes,
Common Blanket, for horse cloth,
Urns ;els ami velvet Carpeting.
j Woollen I'laiils,
Hackahiick Towels ami Towelinjr,
j Linen ILuul kerchiefs,
! riain w hite ami fancy Linen Prills,
Clothing, hisls, N!sc, &c.
Hlack Cloth Pants, best Pilot Jackets, common do.,
Blue serge Shirts of all qualities,
j Woollen Undershirts, worsted Stockings ,
White Shirts, assorted; Regatta Shirts,
Assorted qualities of Felt Hats,
Ladies Riding Hats. Oxford tie Shoes,
Children's Roots and Shoes, Crimean Roots,
Sup. cotton half hose, cmbr. cotton Overshirts.
lh-ewn Soap, rick.es, Fruits. Sauces, Mustanl, Salad Oil,
Scotch Oatiae.il, fancy lii.-cuits, Olives, Capers, Jams,
Pau-lies, canilieil I'eel, Illoat.-r 1'aste, table Salt, Currie I'owih-r.
Xj -A. O "X JE2 .z. :
Currants, lllu-, Starch, Marking Ink. Sei.llitz lVov.ler.
I'.est Knphsh Sal lies, comineri !:., I'l llon Huj-'S,
Uoile.I Linsee.l Oil, cotton I'uibrellas, Silk t inhiellas,
Hughes 6c Jones' Perfumery,
Musk, Krsetice of Saiiilal W.mmI, Wiinlsor Soap,
S.irsaparilla, nests Tubs, Fencinc Wire, Hoop Iron
Anchors and Chains,
F.ar Iron, as-.r:.-.l; l'.o'.ler I'l.i:--, Iron Safes, f'piw Harp,
Tin Pi it-, K' an.l 1, bright Iron Wire, Sh.-.-t I -a I
Sets Sugar Pans,
X'ibles .v; ll'-ar-.'s a-sortel Varnishes,
K'lSKKI.L'S WATCIIKS, jmM ami silver.
Ruttled Ale and I'uvtt r. vai inus hiatnl-,
Praught Ale in Idols.,
Martell's I'.randy, in pr. casks.
Ilennessy's Ilrandy, in qr. etisks,
Otard's Ilrandy, in qi. casks,
Ciiininnii Ilrandy, in qr. -a.-k
Cases (linger Ilrandy,
Cases S.-oteii Whisky,
Cs Iloval Ilighlan 1 Whi-ky,
Cases Old Tom i'in,
Cases illenlivet Whisky.
The celebrated I'ALK (UIAXCE IilTTI'ILS,
Cases PulT C!orJ n Sherry,
Cases Super. Pale Sherry,
Cases Sandeiaan's Pi.rt,
Cases Cliainpagne, rnresticr Tils,
Cases Claret, Chateaux Marguux,
Cases Claret, St. Julien,
White (iranite Dinner sots.
White C ran it Tea
Dishos, I'lat.-s. .Incrs Miir.
Metal c-.vorfl -lug51,
lireakfast Cnj-s an! Saucers.
Ewers aivl liasins, Cover Dishes.
Veil- w Xaj -j lie's. Teapots,
X. I. This Eirth'-nware, is
now open, and is
i oliev.-'l in 1 ts to suit
families, at unprecedented,
shi in- tits.
ow rate-, w ci-'M-
Janion. Green & Co.
linn lulu April I. 1V'H
FIELD & RICE,
No. ; 1 l'l' AKI. stki; r.T.
11 KN I'M W. HELD. W ILLIAM 11. RICE.
STEAMERS FOR SALE!
-t TII K C X I K K S I C K II AS
, s-veral NKWan-l SK..I-H AS I UvOS
- an-l i Ii l' A Ill.K a;ul SL'K KW STE AM-
LUS UN s.VLK.
Triee if New steaiiu-r. iull-oworo! :i"'l clase.l A 1 at
Lloyd's. .21 l-s. Sterlinv -er ton register, aiiil coinplelo I-r sea.
Orders for Stores orntuiiily shipped."
It. SOUTOS PAUKY,
21 Camomile Sueet, London, England.
ly-omv. 31 'i
E 1ST G JEt w :i i: Tl ,
lyKnmxG. visrri; am iicsixess
Cards, Seals and other engraving cut to order.
UTApent in Honolulu, Pr.
Specimen CrJ may W stvn.
;M1TH, IK'ntist, where prico and
A ri l.I. ASSORTM HXT OF TII H A lit) V K
oo.!s c -r.-tantly in Store and for sale at to went market rates.
CLOC Iv S
Nnv lla.vn Clock Cox.
Manufacture, (formerly th-.? JKIIOML Co.,) for which we are
Sole Agents for California.
A complete assi rtmeiit always on hand.
IIAVM1S A- I,.WTO,
5 I ; Siiii-ome Sf. -oi-iiei- of .Ali-ri-hiiiil, I (t
SAX FK.t XCISCO.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
i nvx ie15 r o r jd
FA 31 1 1 V SEWI.H )I.1(III.E:
ALL FORMER OIUIXTIOXS OVKIU'OMK.
MW STYLE MECHIWHS I
THE NEW STYLE HEMMER J
TR.IXS2MKEXT CLOTH FiiCSN'KIS
Alti: ATTACH !-',! TO TIIK
! IVI PROVED FIACHirJE.
PRICES GREATLY REDUCED.
SKXI) LOR A CIRCULAR.
A. V. II A V D FN, Agent,
.Corner Sacramento and Montgomery sts.,
S A N FKANFISC O.
A. F. BROWN,
" Wostenholm's " Pocket Cutlery.
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS,
ASD .4 GEyKRJL .ISSORTMKXT.
Constantly on hand and in receipt hy every l'a-k- t.
30S UATTKItV ST It. VZ FT. Sri n I'raiiri.ro.
' j 'i i
vm TiMF mum
1 lilL I UUlh I t 1 IJLil I
. CKilHTTS Ml-K.av. C S. II AT II V A V . K. r. T.!XE
jioiitnx, sroxi: & co.,
v. 'ttim-.s-ii in :i!ni h"--ar.liiii Merchniit-., S.:i Fruncisc,
Ki i i:iu m t.s
I. S. ll.i: I .iWiiy Ks.i
Messrs. T. A. K. Nv
" liriniull Miiuurii .V Co......
John M. Ferl Ksi.,
Messrs. I'erkiiis A: Smiili
lhiuicl C. V.iu nii.n V.s i
. . .New York,
. . . HuHti.il,
en as. v ei cit r ik
, W. I liANk l.AW t.rn itp . UAI I , Jk
cms. w. niiooKs coM
l '23 Saiisonif Street, San l'rnnciscot Ca,
)A KTH l liA It AT
A UTICl li A It
TKXTHIX CIVKX To
the I'ureluise. sliipmeul and Sale
-f lereh:iriili!ie ; to Koi.
Wiir.lintf ami 1 r.iiislai iiu ni ni ln'.s ; the Chartei -iim and S
of Vessels ; the Sii.lj.-iiig of haleshlos ; and tho Neftoiuition
llxehange on IIniiolulu in suras to suit.
advances yiwn: ox consicnmknin
II. F. Snow, Ks., Honolulu
C. ilUKWKK : Co.,
J S. Walker, "
II. If A KflM .V Co., "
llKNJ. 1'ITMAN, Hilo.
SlTTOV & CO.
JlS. Ilt NNKWKII, Iloston.
IIknkv A. I'kuhi:, "
C'llAS. I'.KK I II, 14
Tin V m, I'.itii.iiAVf A; Kiki.p,
Sw ikt & Al l.KN, New Hedford.
l. C. M 'HI' LB
J. C. MlkMII L
Tici:n:i: .v nr.eiiisi.i.,
oiiiiiiissioii HcicEs;! nis
A(l KXT.- OF TIIK
Regular Ih'spatch Line of Honolulu Vaclcts.
17" All freight arrivinsr in transitu for the S.-uehvUh Ishiiulu,
will he received and forwarded hy the "ltej:ular l'ispatch I.in.-'
FKIK OK COMMISSION.
Particular attention i.'ii.l to forwarding and traushiiineiit !
merchandise, unle of whaleinen'x hills, nud other excliHiiee. in
stirance of merchandise and specie under ojicii poKcics, su j
tii; vha!eshiis, rlmrteriti); siiips, etc.
117 ami 119 California street,
RKKKK TO :
Captain II F. Snow.
Messrs. C 1!ki:wkk (f Ci., J
Coi'dn -o "Is i-v !
rioitn.u;i: or kvkuv sizk ii a x v r a '-
Jl Khl to order. Cetistaialv on hand, a l.-irui ies..it-
ineiit of M.4.M1..4 .4M) HUM I' A'O'', (all si..
Hope, Tow Lin.-, Oal.um, .c, for sale l-y
Tl'l'.HS A Co..
314-ly i:;) Front Street, San Francisco.
.f. S(JTIIATf-: Vo.
Importers k (1onimision Merchants.
BRICK FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE,
UNION WHARF, VICTORIA, V. I.,
I1KFKK HY l'EKM ISSION, TO
Mkssus. II. Davidson & Co., Hankers, San Francisco,
" Danikl Oich .t Co, )
" C. A. Low - Co., San Francisco.
" Choss - Co., 3
" K. Hul'FSl'ULAKC.KK & Stahknhoiist, Holiohllll.
SINCER & CO.'S
llfK IIAVK JI'ST RKCIlIVKt). DIKKCT
V Y from New York, and will continue to rec-ive hy every
steamer, a number of our
!) m 4 if
Silk, Needles, Cotton, etc.
The great deniHinl for these Machines has left us without
them for :i short time hack, and we wish now in inform our cus
tomers iiml those whom we have lieen miahle to supply wild
them that we have made such arraniieiiieiits as iil f. re .-tr pre
clude the possibility of our heinjr left without Silk, Needle, or
From the jrreat number of these Machines sold, and th uni
versal sali.-taction jfivoii by thelil wherever used, e lio tint lies
Itat'f to pronoiliice them Fiiperior ill
AND :OOI HXnCIlTlOX OF ALL
KINDS OF AVOIJK
TO ANV MACHINE NOW BEFORE THE I'LT.LIC
We especially recommend tle-m '.o Hanches and tiUii ition' re
mote from town, as ih y ive no trouble "r annoyance by pclliM!
out of ord.-r.
Our Ma ii ii fa c hiring Maclifncs
Always on han 1. Machuif s f.-r
(i.UTKIl A XI M.tTTItKSS III XIHX
IIAK.XKSS AXI hKATMKK V.UltK,
I A K It I A . K T It I M .M I X (,
And all braiii'hcs of m tinifa -! in in where S- vvi.-i Maehli:
We invite Dresr,, Cloak, unil .Shirt Iilakcra t'
D. V. IIIIODIIIMCK, Aeiit,
130 Montgomery Street,
hoJ-Oin SAX I'll A X'C'ISC'O.
(lO.M.llKIKHAh A DVFKTISFIJ.
In lnllilicl Kvrry Tli.irmlii .Murnnu'.
ClTV AMI I-a.ASIl Sl II.il UM-IMNS, J.'i.O') A Yl'Alt.
The suhseri.tion u ii-- for all iiapers f .rwai -d. I tofoi i-n-n coun
tries, is T i0 jo-r annum, .vio' h includes tlie A tin-ri'-an and
Hawaiian postals. All iiai.-r-tor Am-rican r Kurop. a n port",
will have I'nit'- t Stat.-s iostiife stamps on tie in.
i;y St'BSi'iiii'Ti-iss I'av.ihlk Always is Aiivasci:.
7-7- Coinmuiiicatious from all parts of the I'aciiic will ulwr.yi
he very aeceptahle.
COMMKitCIAh I'KIXTIXf; OFI'IC F.
n.AIN AM FANCY
IJOOK A.M JO II IMlIXTIXt;
BOOKS. HII.I.SOF KXCIIANGK,
CATAI.OllfKs. I5II.I.S OF I.AIUN'i.
Ill I.I. IIKAI'S. C'ONsn.AK I'.I.AXKS,
CI1K1I.M1S. IlhANK IiKKI'S.
AUCTION HIM.?, HAM' I'U.I.S.
!' A M I'll I.KTS, SI1HI' UII.I.S
TT VISITINO, l:I-SINi:SS ASP AMiKKSS CART'S printi J
on a "Vankee Card I'r.-ss," in the hifrhwt style of the art.
1ST All ml vTli.-n-nl pit yn llo in mil rnic
1 .1 00
Ships advta., (not exceeding 10 lines space,) first in.'r!i.it'.Jl M
Kach ?uh?eiuent insertion 60 ctf
iJVAi-.TKKt.r AnvFiiTi-KRS will he cha-L'ed at the following rnt'?,
payahle at the end of each .piarter :
For one stu-ire. (or th space of 20 liiit-s,).er quarter...? 5 00
For one-fourth of a column, per quarter S10 00
For one-half of a column, l '-r quarter
F..r a whoh- column, per quarter f-10 C0
1 vk. a 1 . 1 tno. 3 inns. 1 wnj.
Five Line .f.- j 7 t f.O f'J.f.O $:t do
T.-n!.ite-s 1.(10 1.2.1 J.on i: 00 5.011
Fift-en I.im s 125 1 ,rn 2.21 4 00 fl 00
Twet.lv l,ii-s... l.lo 20O 2.10 .100 Him
Thirtv I.in -s 2. Go 2. .10 U.00 fi .10 10.00
(Mart-r C.ilamti. o .lo 10. 00 IS.lMl
HalfCo:umn M o 2u.no S0.no
Whole Collinin.. 20.00 0.0o CO. 00
ter in hanginc; tii" J-riV'