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fr?an? hV. mufl? rl thewbee'.. , 'their eann?n c?.
Ac aad thfl h '?*? bol Tat ?at
about ? 000 in number, infantry, eavalry. and at
The. surp l?e was complete, and argue? but
deare. ord n?-y foresight
discover the ewemj ? ?pp'
at'a ?rd That part ot the 1'cd.n- ? ?' ' M -
lending from Villafr.n.? i . .--d- i y f.
hot recently joined t. ,.rrv di-tribated abool
detached p?'- I ? wat tasen by the Austri?
an*, who set fire to it latei
The P?edmitit.-?e Ml
mand. and otrora
et- ry |? asi ?
also, a Pie I ? -?.and mar;.
aBOartese and ?trient tted the
most ternble ravage???a.
th? ne. ??
i hiera up 10 whit h ; act- I
and even bsryeaal a. far a
A.bert's ?rmy advanced ht 1?',
quarter? at M
'o-ps to cover th?
Th' attack was impetuona, and I
but the valor oi lbs
positions were Bar I
Aostnans ware I I by draft? ft
U K.ns on the MtoetO, I
lent band of Charle.
bight, and again advanced carrying ?
increased force? and the battle boai
m .a-pense fat
th* morning I
were left without ?? ' ?
uken to provide fora rat
?uttahy ?h tara
w.tn in?- gr?a?.??' ?.--?? irai
the boa I
f frm i ? hj - a: ; II I
fall in? w ? ?
bajsted -Sardinian?, wh't- A-p.-' -????
front. Char,.-? V -.err ?t
lor the first BaM bj a pM
Villafranca Du'ing the hottest of the fight a* '
'be King and bis i*
netri wno now BMatasfMN abat, Basra larroui '
toe bn^ade of Barny aiartit i dash at
actual peni, and gallant
the princes. The >,. ?oo, >
franca. Ne?t asaralMJ at I oak pi del IM
Hing abarflo.ted VUlsiranc? and crut-ed rne M
BaracHi* Jmy .'- -IcameMre last night ai
BOW senrrJaf for Cremona adth the Intent nofadvani
tng th*nee t" la-tt ine Klag a? I bao?
u, ? .n? atrong '
the K'ng |a
aerost- the M ? "
mas? fresa Moacaiat
tacked Quito n in- r- ar an
mand for Fraaeh b - "' "
Intelligence from Verona ni tin
fresh dise*? r for I hat ?
the afith made an attempt to retak' the I .
from the Austnans, but van IBf - H loss
Freach Aid Honaht.
M fiouneri had arrived trotn Moan, with an addn-s?
?o the French Oove- ? I by tat Brhok
member? ol the Prnvisiona' iiovernment of Lombard).
and earnestly soliciting the intervention of Iran a, by
sea and land. In favor of II
LATEttT-tharle? Albert Dictator
FioloTunna teli-graphlc d-.-pstch BBaNaasaaaa ttiat
the Provisions nt having Ven broken up
Charles Al'*rt. by th- wtsk of th- poo| ??? ha i bet
t-lauii'd De'tatoi ? I bad again taken
place betwten the Vustnans and >
87th. in whn h the Itai.an- w>n a' Irst *? I etstu! In
'?covering tbe.r Ig ?
forcement? a-nriiig to their BBuBBj tho] -
to abandon them.
The Mlnlalrv Resigned Trouble nt Hand.
The Jomrtoi ai? />.Aiti mv-r giving lbs i
Ritfc? id the 19th, in describing the Invasion ol in
Chamber by the mob at ,1 tin demand lor an latl
Declaration of War. proceed? as follows .
"The Pope. permitting in his opposition to tin?
aast? -re Count Mainian. atid all the Munsti i. t
but held ihetr offices until their successors should b
appointed The Pope has made an ?saltean'
party whose name ha? not transpired, but who. If l
ssbb? bad rafasad the aex. A
d?put?t on ? ?! ? putists wi r<
on the Pop?: on the mlWwitfl day with an addt
H.? Ho kaa m looked toi w -
and tl 1? even feared that a < vil war ma)
the City, lor a vt ry ?tr,.n? party appear Ot ti-r ?..
support th* liberty of the Pope in ca-e. the war party
should do violence to his feelings The-? di?
do great injury u. the cause ol Italian indepei
which has need of the unanimous ooAfsarattoa of all ita
strength it: resi-t a pnwertu', and .1. |. rmin. 1 aaasaj
which haa become more redoubtable than ever
An extraordinary courn-r. arrived at !'?'?:? trom Rnrtii
with new? of the o.'l -tale? tnal ti, lope, mit haviag
been able to lorni a Minn
of neutrality the peopie, and Chi
established a Provisional (?overnmeiit
We havr however, a It to r trom in BOB
which bring? new? ? K
tioti la imiu.nent i a flankt* no m.-nliou of the appoint
meut ul a rVaWanVaatl (.overnm.-i.t It also ?ay? the
Pole" pre^-i v,-, an atl.'i. i
origin of a report ol the appointment ol a Pi
Government at Bologna It it not a Prmitional Got
ernment which ha? been app unte 1 batBCoininitu-e
flf W'sr, who are i bargt d t,- take such measu." -
msy think neuessa'y, wuinou rcl'-i.-ri - to BM CoBllal
(??isrtirtjfiit at Run- Th-- piinctple adopted a? the
basis of action wth this Commit'! ? It hot osily tbo di
lence of the P,mt.mV St,
the Auttri?ns be;-oii.l the Alp? 1 lie tnein
compose it are ?elecU-d Iroin the most proiiiiiuut advo
rates of Italian ln.lep.-t. i. -.. i
The King'. I>r -.t ? ? i VV rti ?tlili M,l|.,
The following protest against th.- constitution ol ,-i
cily into > separate monarch; na? been mau
Kins of Naples.
" Seeing our act al Man ti .'.'. i-l- sad our other
Solemn? I , \;?,1 '.'-, 1-1-. ,l?v,'- ! Irani-.I
thatan-w resolution was a I ?.t.-,i a- Pa irmo on the
Uth luttant, in the atra - ot which it, i
principle ol the unity and Integrity ol the m
aad ol the sa.-red rights ol our r"val (versoti and d\
naaty. his Koyal Huhn. ?. the Daae of OesaM
?OB ol hi? Majesty the Knij ol .-arum? bM bOOB cal ?-,,
to the throne ?Our Cess*
hereby solemnly protest against the delio.-rate act ol
Paltriuo at the 1 Uh July 1-1- which we pro?
gal, nu'L and of no ttlr.t The pr?tent has
emnly sgtx-d by u?. rsjcogulted bv our -.- retary ol
(Mate ol Oraee and Justice staled with the k
and couolersigned by our Minuter Secretar*
President of the Council ot Ministers an I aha
registered and deposited m the ?;ch:\e-oi tie I'm.
dency at the saht Council "
Leiters Mom Naples announce that the King was
making great preparation? to attack Si
Makaj aarao of at saatt frosa *' >v
?were expected to h-v . and to land M
A private letter saya, that in cons?quence oft
hating sent an env * ? .
bis second son as the tutun K.iuo! Si
ooa will be suspended lor ? -n,- t i certain th?
Coum Lu lo'io aad Prince tnillss havi s
Ti ?? taaeiiinl? ?i Kranhfoi t.
The sitting of the Dui on the >ih ult was BaaMabj
eonltned to a ,on-i I . manner in which in
terpellalnan? were to be addressed by indu ?dual BBMfl
hers to Ministers in the roar? of debate It w ,
sd that except on urgent occa?Kvi,s, one d?v t notice
should be given u> all cases
The Assembly at Krankloit ,-n the >th ult
all the moo-mi lor the independ? inv ot the province ol
Poseu. It spproved ol the .n-.sion ol Use provtacat in
to trtsrman and Polish and admitted the de pu n?
?ctrater A motion to enna?. (?rinany lo ?trv..
rolishindepeudem. wa- 1...I b> a considera >.e mavrdy
Ml? h ? In v i. mi ,
Ac. cunts from Vienna repttrt that th" Kmperor and
hmpress would reach th, V, ? - ..,n nra.
Wool on the first wrek in Vugusl
The DenKveratic Club had been ?uppreaeed.
The l>iet returned an ?ddre?? v> th- TSBlas anwaeh
of the Vrchduke John
Humors were rite ol tht probable ab-i
Emperor whose return was nevertheless looked bai
A vehement discussion leva, place in the stttwg of the
National Assembly at Vienna, on the i*Mh ultimo, eon
ctsralng the ?Ute vif siege at I'rarue not yet heing raised
M ?yT?h?,>wski arnounced . ? n BBBBBB 01 impeaching
Pillertsdorf. the Iste P: me Mmisu ?
The Arliduke Stepht ? had arrived trom Prsth in
Vleona. to take part in the di??u?*iou af the Ha *
and Croatian q-.io.iion No appearance ot the Hann ol
Traaatt lo be ?eat ?>??,!?.. U?|,.
In the iitiin
?Hb, M Kt>?souih inviard t:.? A?K.-:
yropw-al for sandial trta-tp? to assist the Au>
veciuueutin the pio.n ut?.;. .,| tj?- w. i ?
- I...i- tut M -,
I the question a ca - :.. ; one, and gave it U> be
?toud that the only ; ant he ? uhed to imp?-???
'ip.au tatsm was, that hi. otSjoel was lo svsawl Au?uia in
' ?'laming an honourable pa-?.-.- but not to striae any
b.ow to the liberty of the It? : ,n? The war was axaia?!
Charle* Albert t?ut ag Inst the Italiana. The most ?ig
niaeaat part of M Koseuth a speech was, however
thst la Baabtk ha said . " The desire is expressed that
we should remora our irtKips from Italy, but if we do
so. 35?H5 CrJrti would also return to their country,
aad they would guv? u* fine work to do " Thlt threat
seams to have had the be.t ettect f.r M. Kossuih ? Bra
posai was adopted, and it ? |n ?end 3<l.0laJ
men to Italy to assist ,.u
H.mle ? ?.I I ?et en I.
1 ?t-.r? |r?io Poath an B*J , matthe Hunga.1... .
?net wuh a ?. u the staas
ineuu are aaaasV i>ng but .i ?ppeart that alter boai
^ardiag ao-l aaaaBg it iron?., they esxoujtlssred a
1'ody of li.i?'?J lliyans and Servians, aad wn
-..i.i.r. I. r C.uot Herr h told,
is said to o? ?vatoag ths ilan.
Dar*'I at -*--?? af t athafh
rgent? ?f? ?>fe?trd.
H Bigartn M.nl.ter* have ordered their tree p? t
mta ?heiBii I 'cd t**t"m
a larrearmy ol
The Haldas I? Repabllc Overthrown.
The - ?*?*? ,h*?
tact that on tne
eri had been ?et
... ? -_.,
ny a body of them.
- iwn. and that
to an 01
??..?i: t- ?
;4tK lha i rhlel have en
MinUter r? hereby
Kent wal ol the War with llolateln.
|'i . I ?
i- ne the w.r?.
t.s and r> j?vted
? ' ?
betOBf BMBBBfa I ? BMBM
'I n? Praestaa CoasalaB i iu-n .-? ha? Issue
waratng iter* aad mere beat* "
in?ur the n-k ot rapture
.- of this rup'
I and a m
.-al h?d left I
-es 1? W-.i
, n ??
A clrculir has )u?t la?, n laaaad by Count Nesseln
to all ffaadaa IMpIntaatir rtgrnw
parafant oi tha 1 mparor of Ru??ia h?ve b?
made with ?tr d malee int
Things In (ienrnil.
Her M?.te*ty is tx-ttet' and is shortly l'- le?-.e MM I
~i haatisi. | r ..-a bal
Dob I '.?'.? Paaai I .ted Portugal a?
? ? ? s Infanta Joss
- - ? taken p.*
it La Gruja a ?attata t
a that |
' ,t?.. ? 'r in - a SO tnat
- a th" queen nether whom
aV?BBBa as Un in-tiiiat he app.i
ery ?ironjf epithets to b? r and Riaaiara* (Mas
ItiBgl -tan. he i,.| ? a -i d him ID
i'hristiria b i repaired b
Within the bag - Is, I " individuals ha
Madrid t.. i aba, Ceuta, and t
? and Zaffarine Ulead? Oatoi then aba
tWBI order?, ?r.d tin- rest to t
u ddle tad iBBor elaaaai d ?ooh ly
\u intru'ue to up?? t M N'arvaez ha? b*i I
H 't?zales Bravo Is bani-heil to th
-"to'tinvor has r. ? Pldal h
I -rt y.
!?? toread km Brat ??? ig c iiect.-d with much i
on mi Catal mi? UM
Ml no action d any UB t lace.
I .?In. ?h!. ibe ( nilist?.
It i? said that Cabrera was. on th? 1'ith, near Vi<
with IJMMaBM In a r. eent aasgagatBOBt, he had 1
lha royal trota, -
oat all Catalonia bands ? mteroaptBatJ t
? mail?, and doing other dama,1
Cabra I three ??tticers to t.e shot
In the action of the llth ill: <n our la
.. ? ;.
? ..eral ot Navi rr
,r : i .at tl
- for? - m i ?.<
: i into Bpai
arrived n th.- M in?t a: s . it!
nptoa, art have date? I ? ."'th alt
. ? ? tranquil '1
? ae open till the llth .| Aagad Noc?.. .
vet taken place la the Minii -\ .?h they h?.l ?i
1 he h:i
. a lall troin a he: -
* s? it'ported Bgata
War on the In In? llet.'il ot Ibe .Moulin
i;. in i?.
I : . - .
n detail, we must pr.
; .? ?
., .s .
?o.t mi ? . . '
tan and in?, an
? ? ...
Kunivaj prom. .- (I . Btkt tot. ?-. w 1. . h at
f weal . ? .
re on the ?ame da
M*] that this n.o-.einmt wa? ?-?ected, and 11
M part ar*di-c.siie The ?nenn ?
. ;,.?? d tw,. ?mat
? .-hiet wa? k ? nd not
1 be corp. un.
I and th
- . -
... i .-,1 , : . ? n
? ? ? . Malra >?,.
? -. aroattd i m ia M - ?
;h at May la Weetera It
I Iroin BMWnl A
. - i set III ta?ol
n the coaat, bul ?ocie ,:e in th.
M m it bbMb? in bm B^aahaaaB*t u.i:?ir?. d Kom
bay that fifty I -at wheat have been ?hippe.
st Bombay u<- ! aglaad uadei -ever?, minie? of packing
lotest the practical'.
I"5r A full raaawl ?t Foreign Markets am
will rv found on the Pourth Page
Tin irrBAf AT TMB Kutu . I
eut d - Niaj
- a h bar?
:.Ulan per da?
day. when a -? Ms. Thi
t the dUBculty is | . contract wm
? work ?h? .. ted by a given da?
WBMahha* not y?-t trsnspnd Thewiik f>c;iig com
? be take? the brid*. ? . . , ?
ny, aad peck Th? C?
rota he i? re
toJayio allow any one to c:\U-r Can.,..
have ?eacta? a barricadai oa the frontier, that is;
? s ?
( ?nasiian? ?nd Americaaa ?ere m op. a hostility Psr
r- r, nned. ?? , . ? ^ at the
.nviiaos had I
? of the American party was badly
' by hi,
?rl ?y ?? i "..:,..? ... ;?. ..,,?. h ,
.: law How
ilh the inrtueoce . t a trend trom
a va* well acquainted with the Canadier
B?d*byeret.ts an patay waa abanad t.. pas* over abo?'
nail an hour alter the riattie. and they ?o tar i.aorN
the barricade aa to rn?i ie v? to cum;, over it, which
wa* a favur dented to many who had intended u> m?kr
tfie passage through tiMJay Tne bndge i* a grand and
e ?-iisnt ?tructure. and I have pa**ed over it witbjutthe
? -r. having pertssct conhdence in it? ?UV
great etreagth. Rat to Bghl a batte?! BBBB a
and chilli on?' ? uIsmhI. But wnat will man not do in thu
BfeBBM ntii ????.hi
^. ?.tuiUui?: tn.ni all tLo retum?
>e reecbid u*. the Loco-Koco? have pi
4 R? presentativea aad the Whigs
the Senate. L pou J uni ballot, the chance? are most fa
?>;ip ?i. nls. which will gne Uiera two
11. i Lira?, how. ver. ?re very unaal
ialaotory aad lacompista ; dv Loai* bew tra.
NEW-YORK TROM NE.
inW.TOaX MONDAY a
i; aun tu a? Luiissf sasswi
a? aoa ftsreij-t of ivv?aa to fkaw flsvtses.
aceou: ? ':.is morni/^
bereadm.tr,. teraat; Bad ? package,
il sketches i appei
ai ipeedi.y u we can make ro
s-y . ?-. d to omit much mtereetiiig Do
a - :o make room for the more important
IMPORTAXT FROM Ih'KLAM'.
?BATTI.F OF tt|.IEVi:> Anov
GREAT SLAUGHTER OF TROOPS
MEAGKErt AND DILLON WOUNDED.
The BsafUkat 'renera! Macdonald. Killed
THE TROOPS FRAT:-?- . NC -V1TH THE PEOPLE.
i - Ms I ? BBM
V.'i have (be ' ? confiden?
tial Co rreaj
lie People to ' ?
and yet the blind and inconsistent r
of the British pn
ur crrf-pondent's statements. The
number of British troops said to be killed
?t .'m? . \H-jt ra'eii. 'I bs lettei I
,:i cjfhtn ? nee ot' the
Briti-:, bicfa would othervv ?M
h-tvf dftaineil it, bill Wi sMkc the number
BsXtboOaVsti ' would not know
Di . : ? ?
-non. bat trom ??i B
?earn the People h?ve bad a gn
'.: .minder o? t
v I tor three mile? I
with t) . loi W-- re alsotho in.
; .1 us li 11 ? - ? . ' Mr
Bf wa* a ???
BM arrive |
people aro w
liCfl ilr.ve BWB] ti? ?
Why ali this car. : ? G
? ? ? ipread ot int. ? ?? it be that
which they v, ant kl
h teeret ' I' tb<rj I i ! .-! ran.. lirlcM
t to lai ut ka ?
We aie ii : i m.d flint the Hil Hulls a ri'
o! lulaiitry | lai erd ana
? ? .-. ? Ht Athliiin-, have a'.smi
to thsarui tlicin.
The mou ,1 - .enannm if bJbbObI
hut oat approach to ?t. It it
said to be well ?applied with proriiti : ? If whs a
< ir noble Smith (i Brian to ta?
ll is sin! he has sixty thousand ir.ei. I
liiin. with r ? ".m ammuni?
tion und .iiitiion. In '- the iwhehl couM Bol M
taken trom Blierenainofl until thay el Ml
A lady who CBBM toa ? -'? Lad a
? thf ?tciii'h n ?
* w at almost Mflxacal
Wexibrd was qoil . ??but
? ?iria-laime.l I
: is m ?mil to lasist the chus
thv oi'help ' What arey
iT America, Ireian-I ?tratchtM 1 ?
Ultiltaill'e. Iki lut let M M il .??ppollit--.i ' H.
? filil?.? Ml I I 111.',.,
ate I by the pr?sent iii
:i and important 1 ?
which Bare been a'.rea-'
llilliatluit Luve k-ri -v ? a
- Btl ,|, nnt, '
effect : : 'v'.
? y on I - . and n the .- :.
are so lar !>?? ?
i by any pa??
reverses af the Pie.Ihn i MM, and their
ck!1 tor assistaii o w Kich had be.-.t tacitly
1 her again
leader of infl
? riiui.atioi.. ha? reached that cntu
when? - .tt lie made. The
: mus? tina!!)' tern
s'ie may he spare! iim.-h aasfi -
by the I .
? alter standing no lone m in-..
kastrii hat been
iTVSI t "
Bit i ' t with
. ti *.. : ?. . . '?-?::.
: riaaa. li w- mistake
not. the announcement a', I the defeats ol
tin the ball:
pathy with '
The patriotic ?esir im to take part in
? louder bo n ? -. ai the
e present, at BM
a political uon aal
al which ?ias a par
ticular bearing upon the Italtaa qsMsaaoa. I
?MsjMBtohe raise.! : \ .striau ?rmy. The
? u is well known, have no
sympathy with the Republican leudeoeiea of the
?-?e, ami thia iiec.ee cannot, then'ore he Loked
?Bat) as the ? at;,. . at ?arge Ou
?itrary. the mwem Mit? ^mon.* the Illvnans.
M ldavians. Servi?-.
Sdaroiiic oiii.-1'i , sh.w that the desire of ust and
? "a ' ? I
edge a: ?tt than the rest ut Europe, but
a ? ".-ive i
pocahar end sti ?? which we ikoaid
not over. a.. V tiene wnt ol ra.es is racinx
there sT*ea now, and all tiuniri point t.> a vioieat
- ? ? nti
Russia, a,: ..i act
log only on the de
M despotism the . - >
ward her own tutu . A
.Tortable result t.. the pre? -,e? but that
of a general European War T?tere Basait botone
? : ? ' ??
doubt already taken II there is now no path to
Liberty left M the Pe..p> but tr.e bMttta.
blood, the aooaar th.? anxious and weanaoaaa
?uspeuie u tenaiaalad, the batter Lr Uoauuty.
By TfIffn\ h to thr Vw-Tork Tribonr
Later from Mrxlre-Aaelher Prenuncia?
| ,,M - ?
? have 'p.
??. .. sui arrivai at th ?
Tare:-- I | at laree. but coccealed fro
. I ?re in learch
? ?-? bare bee
I planne?! at Mtz-C
II : ? ? ?
i ave be?
rriee at Mazi:
.-- ? t.?opa to ?apprei
at - c ? _^^^
The >ew. from Irelnad.
I trill I ? ?
W u they couli*. be obla. .
? i want ?? F
a chao? ? iabncttn : -
? to the n ateamei
iis'n an. -
. s ?re i
? - U at Ba
It t* really radieront
with a few - ? ?"?*? a'
? at Smith 0 BltU was at the head I
ir?- rutke? h
. , - -' 's ? .own ?
or the real*
Trant retreated | |
. .- ?
? that it ii rut at all certai
that Mr 0 Bun iwuitth I
??? ' or of any torcet whatever at Ball
- - ? wat alone ? appeal
? Polies the bell? af the obaarc? am
iiidred aitc: - a pmbi
bly pnetly tia'k ? M
e fact, however, n plain?ami
s-? that tor te
- Btaaoat Ib arre?
the iiurargeot lea?N ?
Q ?.!?? prit;
organizing and prtparina, tha poo| ril
?iii* ?ii all the iiewijrm
Ireland it Vowld ?bow that the ieaders ol the Btk
pie had toccaoded in their parant ?'h'? h wa* bj
to ru?*i it,tn an I Bt?atBTj M the am
.?ani/f ai.il to re.-five ?uch a?iiitanc
The careful re?' ? ?.till will tiinl man;
'.i'illfl fron. ? ???iit?.
/' ' ? \ -
Brak] inktailllBlwl around the district ?i ?
s are loCBta I wa? to ha'
Holer the coniiilaii'l B? Qtmj Napier I
? i. to Beoartha BBanry, ami afccnaJ
It w ill I
i.y a paragraph - ? t:;ai ? aha aana
tint.s were black w?t!. | Add to thi
- ,'niticant article trv i. D?Dgtbi
-? Bj Mutent Witi
the report* d tha ?up! rra
? a \vn, and that ?r la&d w .
? who would ????? Libert}
h ?he ha? -
?B ,inl, an?
?ne will baj again proaperoat and happy
Tbe Irish News from Iri.b **our<o.
? er tin
? s Th?.' IV ? an np
pr?'??. . io*t n.o.leratc ot them tint ilari
ithe a word Ireland il IB
i ? ? v Unit'i
? sheii, and tin
;. ? ? l i ?
: ? tn I ' rial ?:,: Batata, w?
s the Inih vuw ol w hat little il knowt
Private Correspondence of the New V. rk Tribune
Iuilis, July II - ?
- S y week, when 0 Mjbn ami
thi - w tyrannic bill which Par
liament were pasting, they wisely went to the
??-..>? ? ? ? ? n Meagher it
\tordw.lh 1 dont know how many thousand
n i? encamped with ?"?'?j at tne mountain ol
new? e i 'he m?an time tr
. i.rnt? ot ad '
?rru in| -
How a - rappy land sec
we ?re tm.y determined assist .
DOE* rr Doe? not glory, duty, ?sua lait* ,-eJJ ?a yo? .'
In the mean t vent are arresting numfier?
who are #??,
???a were arrestad
i i* tbe |
the Government, to provoke hostilities at on. ? >
i . . ?
It iare| ,-? American s
cer? with Smith U Brien. ?nd that they has ?
work? thrown up sv a? to resist aii ?Ac -daasis tkat fan
.??i; ufti..i lAnt Tne ?
police and conitanulary wa*. before ::.
an (tupped abe coaldand
- there were ITiOUO British
hayot-i- itnaV] Uur HtLr.
Help! Ilelpl-Uasle: lUilrl
Trivate Ccrretponden.-e of the New York Tnhune
Drati* August ,' 1-1
? d-sp- r-.*m here The Liberty of the Pr?s? n
DO more ' The .varis>- Triiumr and FtUm newipap, ri
are crushed, the type? seued and the priait?r? put into
prison The ?rema* has a censor placed over it and
is not allowed to publish any trut account f-om glbrrcaa.
mon. or from where our leader? are. The passenger?
on the railroad? are examined and ?wjrn to ?*cre.y M
matntratr? before they are let away to Debita. MU
? :?. it appear? aaaaf out The report yesterday
from private letter* was that Brian
??gor and Geo M
I thoaght to force the p?s? tu toa moantain* wh.-?
.ae insurgents, it appear?, prepared to
I nteet them id Une ?a- troop* dred i the ou.
M and lad them Ira over tfcdr toada, then charged
ad ?bout* ut the rae-mota* another body of
ineuraents came at ih<- rear and cut up tp-mrodoasly
BBMi, tt M said
are afc I -.n>..p? yet ??
roaunua cs::. n j em? o? with the 'leader*. BM .
?re atB low how to act !t appear* the mountain af
? , .
'??r-tainly the reward? o? ?
v.- ?-. n -m offere?, these ten dsya bsca. and
- ' - -nd means, have no:
arrested the brave leaders
namon is seventeen miiea .n ii i limfaintii.
three miles from bese u. commit and ?urrosanded by a
I Log. It i? not twenty mile? from I i
- .. H |..K tHi Vi'Hi. is BkioaD?? Tne
r.irrrfci JmruMi of the "-h >?>s that on the arrival of
?n packet ?hip. m the Mer?
sey a ?team tug. whicn ha.1 been specially engaged tor
the oceaaloa, prvc?tUi oat into the river, with a party
of police, to search ?mou.? the pss?eager* for armed
?ytnp.thiiii.; American conTedarale? Th' ?rarrh was
S IS PARIS
French Matiaoal Assembly .-?I. Proodbea's
' M ProuJ
ban to the report o? ' I wat to have taken
t wa? r?o?rp- ? iy. The
public curiosity was never so much excited the fame
? ' ate name it coupled m ail men ? m.nds ???
faaous apote- .
.nes of the Assembly To these att-si :
additional edge wm given by s --
?who sat around him. "I
an has ?ung himself into my mortar ' This
was repeated everywhere and increased the gem
pectanon of a piquant scene when the pr ? M
?afnard should app'-y his unsparing pt atat ' >n -
and Monday morning bi?ets of admltaioc I
--at d?mand the Representatives were
; > eager to hear the
When the d.ar? were opened on
? ? ard presented them?- n.ssion.
?oOB the tnbUDL-s were rilled sod . Trained
? presentatives as well as the mere audit
like children for th? --pared
?I to the n?.
???? and hear. The seaitOB
opened with a call upon the 0 wernment to explain it
. - . ?
ncluded by s.cu?ing the Government ol
? . ? . . ?spies ....
him to explain him? M and
facts to which he ?alariad tu Hd se
time, in reference to the specisl relations af France
with Ru?sia Gtwaaaayaad ? -..?t :t waslm
u explana) it that Iba
the country wa? well taken tara M and so ended the
?? ii minutes to prepare tor the great ai?:.- of the
No oval ? . . ?-er in
terest thsn M Proudhon. ss he mounted the tribune,
ueanng a thick manuscript in hi? hand. Every eye was
the ha.i. There wa? r. a. appearance
a man rather under middling statu-- person
and MBCt ? ?
It is plain ?erig?s, thoughtful and BBB I ?
- stioa. of that ideality wh.
ty and beauty to the plain features of Lamartine. He
t and commenced reading. His
nh sad. M p ??-? b M :
the chamber without
displayed bo BaaBMl ? M ' at
other :n the even tone with which DM would read a
mathematical -??. ?? ? ? - -t startling and
mark on the weather, and wpni on asasd th.- interrup
I ?? ?;Y.y~anev ?
? tensity I have not seen equaled by that af much
- i g hi? manne
auiationsand the ban
Lath -?nable Hadical. 1 was -emlnded of
Robespierre Here wat the lame log c the same re
? ..: of promi-ie? to t -. -n. tne i
same persistence against BM . flBBM VVss I
this int- - ? - r b M
? nuncistions ol the ruling class ? rophetic - Was
r M coming war against all institution?
n pnvate property Hut it wat
imp?t-mie t-i hear hue. and not trel a premonitory
trembling. As one after an. -ber . ? para?
doxe?, putting even the truth into the extr.mest and
? .e man and making
wm i Misery tin I
BflflBBBflBj despair, in that immovable tone of philo?..
pliy thst passionless analysis he was ?peaking Bet only
? i the ( hamber but tor tue thoutandt ot Frenchmen
who hate nor wher? to lay their heads What he said
calmly they say in passion : he reasons in his study,
they resson amid their own sufferings and flat - "
?rieir wive? and children The conclusn I
I both i atet. r,, , Im rich tor tin?
' .-.embly will do it, well and
: ? It a ' -in-iurrection
lhon is not I
grcRt a mui though he is a better one Me it a
with th.- French pattion for theatrical effect. Robe?
va? a man of ; I
man of unciiua.ed tki'.l la dialectic! Robespierre was
a man of ideas. Proudhon is a man of mental
? n? - | r.oll to
I man M I- is of his times as Bat rn*n
? BM the instni
: liberty. I? it the destiny af Fraternity to pass
rh the tame companionship and through similar
stains i I cannot believe it there will be great and
trying difficulties, but the passions whieh rag'-d then
, dly la- kino.- Bflaj history does not
repeat '? fich a crisis shou. Il
: wii in its chron'cles as ?
pant. 1- -? h already
? ?i h h.- assumed to speak In behalt
the ? I ?
?, aba in behalf
here two divisions of Socisiutts
??Ion.-? to the
the ?? I-ouner.it? l-.rm the prominent portion
M ?eek to dn e s.,c-.ety Ml
mode of thinking : they have for allies the miser.
and the crimina, indifference of the moneyed
classes '.he dher trutt to the force if truth, and
that reason is s better weapon than the- sword The
? ? ' ? have n it a more thorough antagonist thsn
M. Prou lhon. and the ?peclal ground* on which he de
Bounce? them are their pacific tendencies Bad t. ?
?-nee ol the nght M ; *''?)'
The orator 'whose privar
aaaaVwaai which attach to many distinguished Fr-nch
men , BsU that hi? doctrines had '.een veuted
. nit be deahtd
in the I ?toner No person could have a
?pect for the family than he. and if the
n were renewed he should regard it aa a per
?onai insult as defamation Hut he should not flsfsad
htmsrlf by attacking ht adversary for the death of a
m in was not what he desired . neither should r.
him before the tribunals, for they were incompetent to
?ich s question, lie w .uld simply say to him
- -use me well irr. BM your secret
life mske your noatsasioa and I ?nil make mine and
let the public judge between you and me. which is the
calumniator ' This hit ?t Tbiers wa* received with
laughter by the Assembly M. Thiers himself .
seem to perceive the point of the joke.
M. Prottdh. i. teat bis proposition was the
:t;on ? it was the Re
I Toht?OE beelf. In 17.0 a tax of one-third was I
prop? rtf and in that way the debt of the Repu- * -
re cad 'seen no lax upon in
come?, and thu? property had been exempt tr m ?ny
? bare ol the public burden* . the whole ex pi. ases of
the country had been borne by late - -;- :ae que*
taon was again rai?ed whether property ?hou.d not be
called on to doaomethin; for the Republic.
In tlaa* two categonea were established?namely,
those who hsd something ?nd those who had nothing i
in !-??. they had proclaimed the extinction of pauper?
ism and the right I ? I ?
be established' His proposition did c it solve
the question, but gave the mean? of solution, ?n order
? ?ranited it was necessary tu
have market? BBI It* prod- U, to make the c^esump
. tai to the production. T'3.1? equilibrium wa*
preetatad by baa itopprag of the drculauon this stop.
page bad mar I the principal cause wa? the
: all to produce a* much a* possible?not for the
parpoea ot hating a greater amount of preaen.
ment by the ci>B?amption of the products of oti.
in order to accumulate money, become capitalists, and
live, without labor upon the working classe?. By
making property ?upport the State, thu tendency would
be checke?!, the consumption would be increased, labor
would and a greater demand for it? product*, und
idling aad ?peculating pa out of fashion. And if the
law were anch a* it ought to be. the people would have
r nothing, and finally the uae of the iu.1 and of
.?? i for bi thu . '-? * .. bav* :... g ? *.., . ; ?aj
? Jin? nt without limita
Thoae passage*, of which I give the spirit rather than
the words, were received with loud and repeated laugh
ter. Thi* was a la. t ot no account with M Proudhm
hi* voice wa* a? unchanged aa if he wore reading aloud
to himself Id his v ew. he continued, the guaranty of
i ?title wn . nance of sister
ad n mssaeyaa* in eatganrtal fights d nnnrto'
Ober? milkt se? ao auch ?nctjtJapar;'' i'-'.'v but what
BBaf ? kssMBM '? ? '? ? ' '? t??M aBBBl .?tooisB?. or dir
>-? - Moalagaards. they were not Socialists, and
? ? ?bVbm Th?- gua-,- 'v
th.- anst I
hsppen?either the Republic wou'd abolish Propert
t ju'.d sbo'ish the R- ;
Th:t ?-? ? ! an Indescrib
clamor, which lasts il for some moments, sad la wl
a vaUety of ?eutiment? wer- ?er. ?urpi
contempt, all bad their iipi'ssaat?rive? to the a.?j
predkisnineled The hi
iker replied I
the Man- ?""*? ?*??* ?
1 say here makes t.u lau.-h so much because wr
doubt came from the injured ? ? peals?,
was the-- than a trlBtag |
-pea-ch was de. ?ted to a critJsBMB B?
arithmetic af M Triers s report sud to a tin?ncial
bore, be *
apitai snd ol rent.
?t. :t w?t argut at, has btM
d.iwnwarj. In the tit:
liO per. wn so far a? to be fi \ei
S per cent, by the law ol r ranc-- :r. I
to make it nothing.
ot February ? The a' |
. . - - .
money. That toa, was the anal
rusts themselves h I
and in the fl vd of tina: il project?
b'.y. the same thing was apparent They ?
aceavaniracy against the rate of intere-t M m.-r? y
? v? more thsn ?
They bu- - .iiiation? vvhich ma'
ble for the speaker M ? roc. cd The ?'re-i.lent. M. M
the chair, finally restored order, and the speaaer wi
-. af February comment
? its affairs ; that settlem- I ?
and the measure h> -neestabl:
Bsaat of a
t'mpted -? , ? jal Mean*, auch a? shot
?t must, tl
social settlement the
-t with capitalist?, and the consequences woi
fall upon them If they refine." ?aid the ip> ah
? we ?hall go on with the settlement without them, a
I theii ' In ??y-.ng thl? he ider" I
w.lh 111- la'ioting classes, and the??' who cried |
a.-a:n?t him,?this seemed to include the entire chamb
- with th- ? th"??' wer- the on v
MM What weie the means and what would
?h- consequences ol 'he tat which he had pruptaw*
- were only tv? , . ? .. me. t
tax "a incomes of propertv asf other th
BBS r and the -
? -d it ?poliatlon Hut if the ia\ ,
property was spoliation, what was the tax on 'ahor I
It was assassin-,'
'.-its whs de v. by M l'roud'ii am
u? 1 he Vttemhly seem?
like a- v ? at on the ?uppre??.
Ilion, ind yet re?..',?cd lo heat h;m out Ao ?i r
m among other questioi
he wa? asked why he had not beeo BMM behind tl
barncade? in June. BM he wn , n y deten i.ng the la
trine? - MB H- stool 'ne disorder wit
a look of co?tent, as much as to sav that he had don
what r. Many member? left the Chamber
a? if they could not bear any BMM Order wa* pa
' and the orator coutinued read
his manu?cnpt. but the r???t at In? speech was a sern
was shout to stop one.-or'.?
. ti.raagk there w
an ev.dent determination thst lie should tars at? rea*.
to ssy that the right of free discussion hau been violatr
in l'.:t person, or that he had been made a martyr -
lai members arose to go out, but M lioudchau
luggeati-d t ?t before the adjournment a vote of cen.ui
?hould he passed M the view? ol M Proudhon. an
The doctrines win-h fol.owed were, if anything it,..r
th i.e which went bet?re The right i
?-rty and as fo- BM
tract? ; property, they were rtrtM
* ol the debtori
seesbly ws* ba
? , ..
and full of contra.1. : -?at not a representa
-.:--ro who did BBt think universal surt? age ha.
ma le a great mistake in choosing hi? colleagues L?:
t'.i-tii to it- | . ?? aal Constitution, but not ?a;
much about taetiuu? men Who were factious i The;
were real,y so who. making an abute of the torce ol
which their authority w.x? .? t the rights o
others They talked ?liout the situation of Labor ant
ihe re?ti-rati ,n ot ? : was impossttle lha
!-nee should be restired? the security ol capita
was destroyed by the Kevoiutlou of February Thai
; -b-right to labor and tl.e plan ol th?
,' ' ' It they should now ersse il
-tve a blank in which the peop.- might in
ed had been mami.-tted by symbols more than twenty
n ? bmbm mind
erty an ; Whatever the V
might do, capcaa could m-t escape its t?te ScsesfJaBm
l.a.i its saiMJ up.,u it " I he Jews will not return . I tor
- i BM left -he MbM
having occupied it anov e three hours
The ag-.tat.on of the V?semhly through the latter part
of his sp?-ech, exceeded, though it di?ered from, any
i? tumuli that 1 uad witnessed there. M. bbbbbTw,
the Minister of the Interior, fell into one of those di?
plays which he is ?,r ? ,-? - ? He seemed to hav? ;,,?t
his self control and t..e contrast between his mann-r
and the self possession of Proudhon. was ludicrous fie
spoke in terms ot high md.griat'on ot the ?pee, h they
had just heard, and said that the government which had
not expected that the tribune would I?? ajakaal Bf in ii
?nap- ? ? in all lu torms, ?ucb. an outrage
against France, such an incitement of ?Ii bad passion? to
Hag whether Socialism had its eye?
upon it or not. occupied solely with the desire to as
? jage the sujfenngs ot the people, had charged him to
present a bill for a n?-w gs?sjM ot hMaV-BM toree mil
v rkraen out ol . mp.oyri.t-nt
being exhausted The Bill was received and ordered to
be printed, and referid ta th.- rinei.ee Committee, and
ame up the ipjestioii of censure upon the speech
a . g d. in which such a censure couid be ex
press? d was by a vote to pa?? to the order ot the day
without any farther consideration of hla proposition,
and by recording in the journal that ?uch a vote waa
adopted on account of the nature of hi* ?pee? h ?
.Motive? to do tms were presented couched in a ?ariety
? Among other propositions the President read
- lddmg the insertion of hi? speech in (hi
! enacting that all the paper? winch ahou 1 ,
lish it should be prosecuurd. This was lost 1
was 6o?-!y taken un a motion t?. pasa to the order at the
day tor the reason that the propo?ition ol citUen Proud
hon was an odious attack on the principles of nhMs
moral?, a violation o! tne right of property which wa*
the basis of social order, an appeal to the worst
psssion* and a calumny upon the Revolution of Peb
raary. Sit hundred and ninety three representatives
voted, and six hundred and ninety one voted in favor
of the m 'tioo Of the two who voted against It the
party censured no doubt made one, ?o thai M. Proud
hon has only one adherent in the Assembly liven the
Mintjfu la oppoaed to him. But what cares he for
that* He published hit ideas In hi? paper, and the
ment suppressed ,t He has now given them a
pa* belt y a thousand fol 1 greater in ?pit? oi the Got
eminent (very paper in Franca baa pubiched them
and the whole DOtBatry ha? discus? d them and been
t by them. How many adherent* he has i? to
him a matter of little consequence lie believes that be
sp?'*k? the truth he takes pnde in the most extreme and
paradoxical form? ot ? xpresslon. I cannot think that hr
I de?i .i? o incite the people to revolt he only desires b
startle t le bovfemm lo frighten them into nva?>ire<
which he thinks inevitable. Isfjkfl a well known Rosto
c?an who has run through all phases of radicalism, anc
indeed almoot ail icnooia of thought, be 1* a dialectician
? pursuer cf ?Ingle idea?. Suited on the track of i
noton he follow? It to the world's end, as if the part o
truth in it were the sole truth m the umveree. I: la onl;
the dangerous circumstances of France that render hie
dangerous. In ordinary times, and even now were th
Government and the country In the path uf true pn
greaa. such a speech as that of which I have Jaun give
you the ?ubstaace. could not have made the day of It
delivery the most agitated and the most remarkable I
the parL,ain?'i.ury hut ry of the country.
Ta atoad ?ay ???afusi?n in toa ?Binds mi ay raadswa
let me BBJ that M i-.udhoa is dot a fcanuk?, aa
when he ?pe?k? of the ?>... .? . n ? t ,.- ;?.?y ^^g, -
m*?n itsequsl divfst. n amonuth? mrniwriofDjiaa
bj ? tv i BBtbhataf i
., the can
justly bo called a Communist m any ?ens? He mm.
bj tie aN>:iti'>n al projvrty Bath ng h it the ahaafeaii
interest and rent? Let tut ru.? hav? (? at ach i
he ha?. ' he aay- ??? ?. J? bagou
?am -??tor that creates a dsmaad foi the pmdiKBi,
ti.in but let him not make it i '*?*?** Oat i
.s * ? . ,
?Bf hBBBBB Bt '.e ?nan ? a?u
BM aright I < I the mm
>ter i.jt it most t>e hi? own aanaysj
? ? .
And m - I Ft 11 ?: . ? ' v . .alias*, ha
' o be on anaM I
Some vague and indirect ?et.?? ?? ?ta-,
. nt pabtkafc. t ? bj . , ?at
?? - ?
. t.. hiaa, u a
. thus bring ?
ipne* an I - toe aegati
ard ot ? ' arry m
? i. .
? i ..
No lntere?t and bV
M h? as?
lewcj toward Wo law rial nth.' cuarta?
? m ha? aawlhot ?rg .meat )
f the a - s
braaaaat for Mi ? ? ? ?? lie ta?
? Kap befor
aaaary 10 r?p?,
J a-ia sin thst
Is d Pana ?
s I to t any ?url
ad th* BU?
to I'r party, aa M -. ek? to e?laKun aa.
a d bla ?pssvi
may be the r
tton. _ < * r>
Later I rum Oregon.
An arrival trun 0 ?. ?'? the 10tl
:. en day* later The ?>'?,??? Saw
laior ot the -jiiih of April is mainly occupied oy ? Mdk'
of Gov Aber-iethy to the OaftaM and N.-i Parce? la
dian?. committed in writing to tue i "iii.n:??ioaeni BJ
I or aaisrai
im< ? talk? -Une? of ???
.. v. ?. i - - mm ?nJ?r 0f
tn,- BHM who lastn gad the M ?atoa lam ,i.? .?.-?sd hy
strong aa?iiiance? o; the pujitthmenl (hat would not fill
to !??? ?.ttii'iii-t. .... I IN .1. -
rbe replia* ol tha chief? ?? ?er* fa
vorable enough?all disclaim.ng sm agBBi v in the ?iir
.1er?, and ? \ pressing regr? l 'nsl th? y h td rasn BBBJ
mitt? d ;.ut tin- value ot th? .i p Vst.srmn? ttsmi ant
to have been very ?"?at Judc'n.' trun the lateliigsacs
Contain, d oi the tollo? ii | ? vtinct?
NroarixT?I'katm or Kli.is IIesp ruta? or rat
Net I'bxcbs ?Our reader? will perorle* iruoj ihs fol
i - thai th? re is r?'a- -n t . aiprehstnd thai uw
hoi Pattnt ara about to oin the Cayuse* rhs'eeartag
ot i he Caym ? hy the \Y, y, r. .-? ?i true ?n hardly to
misinterpreted I be Sei Perm ar?? t rnsru?? iaj
lite ?mi waaflBT] ?? th? v Bt MMMt of tne nrigha?sr??ig
tribe? W I ...- .!? .': ??? l - ? i ,'' ,i ,?,? to lb*
wiiifes (lie recent rally <l the volunteers up. i the
. all oi the <. r* a ?ietormiad M wnk th?
i to wa^e tin? war to an ii . a ? -e: mm ?Boa
i In? )? nab'
I all MM ft > '? .' ?- a' r r- Witart
| . - - ' . ?. ? 'n ?.tins Ol
" At present we ate ...it u a vsit ,.. -.sail fix for (gating,
a? we ?te Mal I '?? In i.i.m!???!, aad i.rally oui of amo... moa
I ... lam, with Ihx real id Hi? iur . ; |:?.1I||M
i's ?-?, for aapaan vv a* n ? t??
feral ???- in. r- BBM w.iti I, -ti We ist?aih)
Lilian? n, rouie .. i, ?vary day ti.-i ??? il.ry w,, ,-.??
u? one mra Igbl and rtri?? u? from Ibe I a*Bill B ? st.
pact they will number \Mt Tie Ca ?? ? s?t P?????.
Wall? \V s. a?. iBubaaa, a? i Pe. icb?? wn! ai loi? an?
n?t.t u?, and we tnav ai ?< net's ia?'0 l? t ?tori
v\ a aie prspan ig : r ?e ?oa k IV? ara ? illag >?aaf
. .ingitioday I il.in? tea ? ,o?l-w*
**I wlehyoatrooktsaelu M asj rrsek fa
ad to raatrawhea this war ? ?ver ....j .axuuy 4, ?14
??.nie lu?n ? ?oil a? a CUBSBM
I he St Louis Republican of the - ?fora?
tiontWidve d?vs later ?till a party having arnvdat <l
j..-.'pii, wh -s ti..- ftbd Mai
< >ai MM I'Hofs I he a' i es ,.t growiaf STOM la
.' le thos? of ny for
m? r yt ar. and it n admitted the crop? look t.ettsr *?*
than in anv previous year, An ahundaiit harvanllial
t ijiate I from the p-?ent ITtip ?IlIhYtOOl to ?upfly M
immigration ot titt??-n th..ii?and
The st. Louis Republican of the Wth lutug? loltrrasv
tion twelve day* later still, a patty having BBJbVJ H
St Joseph, who le'.t OtvBBBJJ on the ?d of May
There wa? no new? of iMDOrtaBM, tarther tbutk?)
the fJngn r.'irlm?ri! under Col Lee, baa loiigkt ?a
other battle with the Indian? In which no white? aere
ne m rnily it aa?
(eared. CoL lee and his gallant band ware uhllgd to
r.;tr- .' for want ot amir oin ,i,
, whiefa t.ni.iied at IIi'1st,
having l.-tt that p..rt on the 7tb m-t brought u? nlaa tf
th.- Mar?e d* U afertaa to the itb lost There ew
BOthbhf ?tirrint on the uland worthy ol record T?
Sugar mark? t *?? mactiv.
Lomai ?1 * ? an..' outolat
tne ,-'fi ult
?f'.li' ? ? Ul ti V.7. $[?M
*?. I. - * ? ? . 'I'- kUfie, t'.^aieaat.
? ''?'. M.'',ii. 17.471, au.**?;?, iflt.UOJ a.Mt, SJ.Ml
? i.'*>iea?-h t IJ.e?*, 19,?J|, U.m
21 '.<-i U ^ '.'.. . . -.--. ??,. i IJ gvsi o?cb, with other ?and
No am Kaotrb? Intelligence Iromdt Jago da Cat*
annoi.nc. - that a ti'in. i.dou? ?torm (rom the .V.rtl
? ?st had lately c<.n.|.ler?t..y 1*11111* 1 tl.e ?ne ?nd tht
coffee ?hru*i? on the plantation? n the vietnuy of th*
to.vn A ts.i d hail to..k place ?t the tune a ?isguW
phenomenon ju?l ai'er the th- room? 1er had u?m n raaf
in? froMtOto ?i Bl the ?hade Most d the piaintab
ami banana tree? had ban >"d prnatraia by nie wiad
Th? (nan by ?toyalnern dated i.vn June, bal
dissolved the Transatlantic Steam Navigation CoB>
P^r SO Time?, llth
The Albaay Kl re.
W ? to i m I , /. fiing Joui nr tht
following item? in regard to the great (-ire
N * tnat the sm . BM .eared ?war
?n opportunity to look oo-r lb?- ground whirl
itent ot terntory swept ?.y th t sea
t'.agratlon haa beata greatly exarfg.rated. It does ant
,5 acres?int lud.ng the Basta ??ir only sbost
??<? ikirtuik of the compact sre? af ins? city
About one-hsii of a,, the property d?*'royed. beloeg
ad to BBtaBM BO) ' able to l>ear the loss, hut srto
will immediately put up new bu; dings upon tke shas
wbicn the lire hst ?stated Reside thi* a large ?otos**
of the property BBaBtasM*) was insured evwy doilsr
of whit h wi.l f>e pad
risM khan i* at tus! loss there will ha, ia sume i*
ilivn, great embarrassment and ?utter ug lut ato?*
af those in this class are men ol energy a/id euutyrn**
- --.not ta kept down by cssualues of this *M<
The caiamnity is heavy, but our city wi.l ?ooa aajt>
away .very ??
bVsbbbVsI inriN-W? ?tated yetterday thlt avaatat
the Kagle Tavern lurniture wa? Meed We koe* ??
it was earned out. and supposed that it was piacsd ?a
'-oard the Isaac Newton Hut Bail was a talstsks P
w?a put in a sure bouse on the Quay and a port.?*0*
it into the Towaet-nd slnaaa Boin of tivsss bun?iog?
were destroyed, and all the lurniture ?vith *?***""
Mes?r? IIOBgbtOB ?V Acker lost Al '?SJ. sad uo bsMf
aoce. Mr Van lleusse.ser's portion of toe fu/BlBsT?
.-wirTsiax I.ink Tow Boat? ? I rom an arttoloMM?
of the morning paper?, it Would appear that l0'*~?
on account ol lU losses by the Are, would be ?aw?
coatinue their t >i?ine?s s? usual We are t*0.****.?!
?ay that it baa still the large.t number of bosUSt sBJ
line between this city and New \ tok. and thst thsW**"
ness will be ondict-.i ss heretotore.
?tMlltlM DxsTBorr.D ? More than oneayisrwr *
?11 the furniture in the rive hundred bouses bs^***'^:
destroyed ine ?os? from injury, after removal May
safely set down at 20 p?-r cent.
- a? ?-,,...
Casualties aad Losa of Llf?.
r-u? BlAM ? ?
several heart-reii.liiiL' acenea have roma ?o0^
? re during the , asi |,w ;? o-ir? thst l?w.'T*.,
Mr John-ton and h.s family involving as it ??**T
many perst-ns. I? the most con?p-cuous Mr? 1"*%^,
is very little better, whilst his da-ighter snd <***t*^
in law, we are hsppy to say. are comparatively ??*
A man named Daniel Harhkly d.ed from star o?
ertion. He leave* s family we believe ?
Mr H.her wss badly hurt from a bedstead *.?????
A Mr. Stern
corner of Hamilton :
will not recover
Mrs M .ore in l.ydiu? ?t dreadfully hurt ^^
A man in Hud?, n *t was killed from tailing ?fV-#l
le Church ?t a woman wss so shockingly ban
It i? supposed ?he will o.?t recover .^,
V'.e areto'd by an eye witne?. of ths dee? ? ??
woman and three children In I I *-rtt at -asesf
Wi,,am Smith keeper of a ?mr-lte boose, fOI~'|?
Ham Item and Liberty Ms supieses the death "? ?
n hi? house, from the fact o? hit leaviag *tm m
building when tt tell in His name was aahaowu,
being an iintn gam recent!v ?rr ?,-,1 ^^
.linn it stuBM tusi two m*a w.-rs aeOB to je*B* -?"
..?tu.? nut, ti"wi ? w* ?"?
taken up alter falling fro?? *?
n and Liberty sti . it I wpp*?*0