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kilometre. Whdethe affair wa* ??ling on it pr?x
?ented rather a laughabk? aspect to the men and an
alarming one to the women of our company, but,
when it wa?thT\iugh with, everybody comphm? nt??t
?be Aoldii'r with word? or approving Bmile-s; and the
atwral gent?i-man'? wife hand?*d sonie past?los ?\
she prie?t to hand to tbe child, whi?h the *s\\m*tfo
i Bietaer?rturned thanks for ami bad?' hit'. ..fl'cr to
the ?oldtfir ; whereupon the lady handed 'aim a whole
pape* full, which wa? then passed ?*onnd, acampa
B?ed with ?uch exchange Of coui'iesi.-?? and f?dl?,vved
by ?ach a fee-ling of human fellowship BBBBBj BE,
that 1 wa* tempted to think that ?Sunday morning
?Baght have been not greatly netter ?|?ent in a church.
In the afternoon I wished tbe company a good
?oyagts received in return tkear friendly valoehctious
and ahgbted at llar-lev 1M<\ which e??n?isU of the
old twwn 9*aut up on a Aee*, hill, and tlie new town
at it? forvt. T*rou?h tV* lower town run broad
artrtvts and a branch of the Maine. Higb on the
oater edge of tbe upper town, whither yon ascend
hy narro*, ?tairs ah? tangled ways, is an OSBB place
?vberr it was pleasant to ?rt under the shade of
?BBOnraiu? linden* and look out over a cultivated
laotiWape of vineyard? on the hills and new mown
meadows and yellowing wheat fields.
Tbe laut few day? of ?onshine had di-nipated the
fear? of bad crops w hich were entertained through
Ihe prolonged wet and cold of May and June. The
yield of hay was large, and has hy this time bee-u all
fut and dried w ith the most favorable weather*, the
grain wa? heading well; the* vines were looking
well, though the vintage must l>c late, and unless a
warm September counterbalance the cold June, is
like to be of poor quality; fruit is unusually abun
dant. This statement holds gex-d in the main, not
only of tbe strip of country lying either side of the
.Paris and Strasbourg road, but. as 1 read and hear,
?f France at large.
Bar-k'-Duc is celebrated as the birth-place of
Marshal Exceluian?. and for currant jams and jcl
lu 4. I once law the Marshal at the Tuileries, quite
Ahriveled, like a dried prune, with hardly ISOOBSB
his brave old breast for the insignia of numerous
knightly orders, with whi? h it was covered as with
insurance plates. He is dead now. Histownsiin-n
have h? lp4'd preserve his tiieinory in n monuiiient.
It is ?aid not to hfl remarkable. The currant jam
Ia toothsome. I tasted it at the inn. where, as it
?was a comfortable one, and the town not being in
fr-st.-il with objects worthy the traveler's attention.
I teok mine case* for two days. A copious. well
cooked breakfast and dinner, thin but potable wine
ofthat region ad libitum, and clean, elastic bed, for
a?x diurnal francs. There is no charge for servie*.
but another franc is hoped he by th?* auxiliaries.
Th?se are in less number than would be the case in
an American hotel of similar quality?one of the
two larg?st in the t?>wt??but the attendance i? suffi
?tient , though Derhups not as prompt as with
lis. The French wait both actively and pas
?ivily more <'iii?'tly than wr. The landlady
*' Welcomes the coming, sp?'e'<ls the ?.'oing
guest," knows the hours of diligence and rail
^^ way, keep? the bo??ks, gives orders, seul,Is the
^K Bt-riunt*?is the ottic?* clerk and man of the house.
m 1 he husband of a French landlady is invisible,
W? esoteric, a mystery t<? the intelligent foreigner. The
fcet of his existence is reveal? ?1 by his name over
the door??tat BflflAflBBJ umbra . but the ??uidity and
quality of it baffle inquiry and flabb.'i'jjUSt BBftrBtl
At table two men differed in opinion as to the po?
litical results of the Crimean war. The elder, who
was getting worsted, said to tbe other authorita?
tively rou, des tncori jeune?Y??ti are you 112 y?-t.
This phrase closed the discussion. It is in frequent
use in France as an argumtnUtm ad homincm. It
corresponds, for logical force and purpose with the
American inverse phrase, " Old Fogy.'' Ihre (he
Aupe-riority of age to youth, oth'-r things being
?c-qual. ia accepted postulate with both, aud so the
Kreuch pay much greater resp?-st to their parente
tban we to ours, not that they are for that anything
like as virtuous a iieop.t- as v\e. Moses, indeed, gave
the fourth commandment presjedence <>f the seventh:
but Mores was an extremely old fogy; BOSOOSBBf
cAang? tout ala. Considering the Fifucli code,
and the statutes of some of our States respecting
eiivore-e-, that old legislator might thiak with my
?venerable friend M. Ponpard. who, in course of a
conversation on these matte:- to which I liste-ned,
remark? d. with I shrug: '* Mais mon Dieu. Mons.
*' Johiikaiise. it want* to our bad manners a codi
" ficAtioii solely to make of them your laws.'"
Whereupon to me Young Jenkins: Strange how
BafSfl foieiguers net?! can understand our insti
tntiotis ' %
Not to dwell too long ou an indelicate subject?
the dwelling in wonted injustice of opinion respect
ing a whole people being often preferred?I will
?tat?* that the population of a country town, like
JBar-l.'-Duc, in France, OOBMS as honestly into th?'
world a? though it were bom in a town of the same
Hiae in Scotland. The proportion of illegitimate
abirths in ?Stvotlaiid is as great as iu France, where
it is on?* in thirteen and a fraction. In ff'-f/frri it
is one iu ftaifteeB aud a fraction. These facts ap
j?-?ar in official documents published by the Govtru
lan-iits of these countries.
I was saying that not all Frenchmen are polite.
Among thetii are prof ti se expectorntors. OsoBSeh
Atas in the cars, the other day, spitting for pastime,
as it se?-med, from Toul to Nancy, lu one of th?
churches at Bar-le-Due, there i? a request posted in
large painted letters, to this iff? et: ?? You are bo
*' ?ought, out of reverence for the ?dace, not to
*'spit upon the pavement of the church." Oa the
?may up to the church, 1 read on a sign, " Colson
?* cuit pour D public" This indicates an arrange?
ment go?d and economical for the public's stomach
Bud pocket, and profitable for (Olson. There is
withal a tine breadth of rln'toric that is quite
French. A ready-made ifcllt 0BQB on the Boule.
vard PoiMon'u'-n* is dedicated t?? a I' Litinrst. t<? the
Universe, as if light cambric for Niriii-, flantlU tit
Suntf for the N.iith Star! Walter .Scott BOON the
magnificent reply to his interrogative surpris?- at
the want of ???jcwalks in a French town: "We
"preftrtl??- totality of the street." An Einrlisli
baker would take in baking for the neighbors; Col
KOi'i cooks for the public.
Speaking of national character, itiee. a caz II now
Bet apart on the roads for smoking. TUl regulation.
Duly a month old in France, hafl existed in Germany
??ver ?ine*?- railway? came m fashion; in Holland, u
is tbe cars where smoking is not allowed that are so
Bpecially set Apart bj an inscription to that effect ?
the others are provided with little tin i?-? ??j>t.?']?r?
for cigar ?tumps and flehflA.
What I saw and did not AN in Nancy and Stras?
bourg may be r?ad in Mi i ray. From K?-hl, opposite
Strasbourg, to ApMBwrB-T, ??n Ihe yrest?6ases rail?
ivay. is a perfect fiat. I rode on top of ? diligence
from there up to the valley ol the Keuch, shut in
,*ver inore and more narrowly by the Bleep sloping
hill* of the Black Forest, crowned w ith dark firs
and spruce, and ?SBBBal tmoVtrn wtth SJBl?Bf flS?B
and vineyards to the continuous green velvety
UM-adow'B, over a highway smooth as a gsulflfl-walk.
and planted on either side with walnut ?>r ?>riniiii?-ii
tal loiest tn-.-s or cherry trees heavy laden with
ripe fruit; every here- and there a brown faun
bout?*, quaint a? an old story-book, nios? and graft?
??rowing on it? thatch, and row s of beehireA r.helt.'red
By it? broa?l esrao, and Aup?te int?? sid?- valleys,
never a one without its brook hurrying down as if
belated with it* water tax t?. thfl Rliiii??t-ieir Imsv
murmur, or the graver measure of a water-win*?*.,
making ?ilence audible rather than breaking the
dank evening stillness. And so I came t<> P?-ter
THOMAS A. DEVil' IN BUROPE.
Cvririfocd' i.. t o.' Th? N. V. Tri! me.
LoBBOff, July 7, 1 X?iO.
1 promised to write you a letter on :1,< present con?
dition of the London Pre??*, ?onae?ju*nt upon the abro?
gation of the Stamp duty. If is quite posiible that I
may not remain in I^ondon long enough to enu'le m?
to fca.Q?dly and thoroughly redeem that promise. I
may procure the necessary knowledge, and if 1 do you
jaLall Lave it; meanwhile I dafl?ie to writ? io you about
? asome thing? which I do know.
And the l-eet way I can BflflOBBpMflfl this ,s ,n the way
With the booming Of cannon w* left the whuif in
J?i*w York, on the 24th of May, on board the Bra/d,
boun d fct Galway, but to "cull at St. John s, New
jV'oadhaid. With a very large vessel, and, I supjjose,
a vflry t.tcudi "screw, ' joined to buttling winds, we
were ?jx whole day? before we came into the neigh
U-xbevoi if i'kp* Race and it? uflver-to-'-e-diiwipated
fog? and dwgere? ?i^ t^g a^ xo te* a tai
lergth ahead, b ^ ?^ ^ lig?} g-?-??. 0ur way ron
tbe Car*- ^..p.-ing ,u,d sor.nding, and studying 1
geolor^. %mmvt**mmw biotvght up ??) 'he lead. W
*' Jie'end of two daye and two night? paeeed in t
toaiiiitr, wceucceeded ,-y breasting t'ne narrow entra
to St. John'?. Bnt ?0 dense was the fog that we o\
shot the mark by ft distance of ? or 8 miles, where
found oun-?lv** if. pleasing proximity to two stran.
leereren, Tepowr.g in 40-fttthom water. Retracing
path, we vnttie good the very singular harbor of
J?-?lin's about nosn of Friday ^ the l?t of June.
Ihifl is atavo-small basin?l?nd-locked by high, rot
hills on all aides, even to the flanks of the very nan
entrance. The town ia pro??peron>s?a prosperity
rived wholly from the tea. The island itself, thoi
of very coiirideruble sir-e (as large a* England, I
Heve), n chiefly one unlrodden juugle and swamp, v
here and there undulating hillsides, which, in the nei
borhood of tbe town, began to put on a vernal ?m
tbongh neither bloN<orr*, nor bnd even, was pereept
on the Hunted tieen that surround the (?ovenioi s
A. Bonnermau?) house and gTonnds. There Is g
shooting and hunt'ng, I am told?ban?, rubhits, fo)
partridges.andsea-ft.wlsin the cl?e neighborhood.w
the interior abounds with deer, moose-deer, a gprinkl
of liears, and evei-atieudant wolves. TI,?-- pht~<* en,,
count on much moro than three months of absol
Summer weather, but during " the season," from 1
till November, men's waves reach the apocryphal tig
of twenty to thirty pounds sterling a month. In
Winter, 1 am tola, hardy fellows ??.tnetlmo? mi
more than this be? knocking eeals on the head wit
bludgeon. They bring their boat? U> the edgeifl
great ice field, and pav their respe:te to its amruibi
inhabil-ints in the iiiunne-r 1 have uieiitione?!. J
hitler have no mentis of escape- hut. knitting a m
of akin over their heads to protect that tender org
Borne of the large ones make desperate tight. J
rariditv with which the young oiwfl grow aetonisl
me. The will u.ld 100 pounds u, their weight m?J
courte of two or three weeks. The skin and blub]
only i? taken away. The careaba goe? to the fit.
from which it grew.
Took iu coal 1 too little of it! in St. Jolin ?, and he
ed to seaat sunrise 011 Ihe'?I. Saw the iceberg?
great advantage?white, vaet, and towering?diet
fave or six rnibs.
" So Natare werkt, at if to moi k at Art"
Again, again the heavy, impenetrable fog.?flung
by tbe torrid warmth of tho Gulf Stream waters, i
struck down aeain by the frigid atmosphere abo
We plod on heavily, a ?outh-east-and-by-east com
and thus obli?|iiely retrace the- course we hud groj
tlirongh two or three nights before. Baffling wii
keep ns three or fonr days more in this vapory curta
Temperature like December.
And here let me interpret the advertisement, " Ci
ing at SU John's for her Majesty's mails and pa???*
gere. " It means the unnecessary staking of huudr?
ot human live? against a Government snbsidv to I
(?alway Company. < 'n the dreary night in which ?
were groping our way (round Cape Race) to St. Johr
there were one or tw 0 vessels lost on the wast. 1
Captain of one returned with us to Ireland.
Emerged from the Newfoundland atmosphere,a wi
Mue, glassy sea? reflecting the ,ky ana clouds a
sunshine?presented it* magnificent mirror. But of
sublimity becomes monotonous, if long nnchacgi
When a iar-off wanderer like ourselves lifted it* wh
?ail, or block smoke-cloud, on tbe horizon, all were
deck watching till it dipped Again from our sight. >
spoke only OBfl ship (careering' before the wind, a
bound for Montreal and saw not more than hah
dozen other? during the voyage in rose.
I The tiret land we made wa* the Mavo BtflSBBat
which form the sou'hweat headland of the immer
bay o? Donegal. This was early on Sunday, the If"
We were at the time wide off Cape ZeeUing, which
it? headland to the uoith. About twelve milteiiisi
ol ibis headl iud lies the beet harter iu Britain. Ea
ol acece* at i .11 times, it is the ?ame as St. Johns, whi
I have ulreiulv deecrilx-d, only many times lurg?
This port lies 100 miles north and about 30 ?aast fro
(ialvtuy. It is nearer to St. John's by 70 miles -
acc?s? ? has an advantage equal to "0 m?es more,
safety, in boldness ol shore, allowing close appro ich
the largest vessels, no comparison can lie made. Wl
ihis port wa? not selec.ed as the starting point for Ii
John s is explained by tbe plausibility and activity 1
the ('?nnaugbt men, compared with the ?tupid apatl
which 1 fourni in tbe people who might have taken tl
lead in bringing forward Killybegg. Killybegg?de
tired, one day, to be the start:ng-point of Europ.-i
travel to Am?ri?a?as Poitland is to be the great situ
ing]?oint this way.
But te> resume: On Sunday ithiew, for the first tin
a heavy gale, which increued in the afte"n?>onto ?pli
sail dinieiisioiis. Fortunately it 'dew oil those savai
rocks thit raise their brown, solitary, and warnit
bead? at intervale, far away out from the com?.. Oi
coal was entirely gone, and ep",r?, hu?I tho wn-ck ?
eteerege-berths, formed a not very- powerful substitu?
to keen an unwieldy 4,<J?D0-tun ?crew (all screws a?
unwieldy) oil a lee shore.
In threading onr way among island?, and ligh
house?, und rocks innumerable, tie ?cene was pictui
caque, dashed with 11 little terror. Indeed, unie of th
most hardy passengere kept the deck all night, detei
mined to make a bold plunge for it, if the ship ahoul
strike. Tbe state of my health did not permit my uoin
so, and I woke at ?tiichor in the calm, sunshiny water
of <:alway Roadstead, about an English mile froi
With a do/en other BBBMSSBB?, we hired a Galwa
rhollop, of whit h I found myself steersman to th
i i ore.
It was aft?-r 7 o'clock a. in. when a gruid,? rung ft
(?nr adniisrion to a hotel in a wide, rural-like ?quart
But all its inmate? were happily asleep, and so we ha
to adjonrn to ihe next one. Here, after repente-d rin,
itigs now hall-pa-t 7), a frightened-looking kitriier
woman (that ur-usually dritnrl-e.1i made her not ver
classical appearance. We got in, and, what is more t
the purpote, we got a gt-L-d breakfast?eveiy thing 0
ihe table of excellent quality?at MMflthlag over half
"What a fine country foi fruit this must be,' sai
an American gentleman, as we fltuhed alocg in th
tram? the same altemoon for Dublin. " I never bt
h? Id su,h a
'-boundlrl? b!oib?a wide en.purpled ?bower
in plagiad Mmmrp ' "
For he could quote one of the tineet English peel
Thomson 1. though, 1 believe, least known in Am- rica
" -No.' raid I, " not ' mingled,' if you pieuse. Thorn
aieali hawthorn." And to they were, " iinprofitubl'
gay,'' round every h"use, loriiiing or embellishing al
fines, scanned over all fields, was the eternal, profit
lei?, execrable hi.wtlnm '
shad.- of Bums, and sentiments of myeariylife
I ar.lou me. I have n ?t forgotten that BO BBBphdo
sophie ti'?tu beautiful verse in " The Cottar's Siturdu*.
Night' begin 1 ing wi'h " Happy love," aud eau n
with " The miik-whiie thorn Kai sceni? the eve:, n
gale. But could not love be '? happy" enough und'.-i
tbe blush ,.f an applfl 1.1 lue bhioin of a pear tree?
There reflections made me thoughtful. There aro, 1
believe, fourteen millions of available acre? in Ireland.
On every acre of tMfl twenty luxuriant fruit tree?
could flourish without impairing 'but rberiahing, rath?
er, the growth of th? "Hiiiary field crops. Tl.ehiW
tboflflfl occupy a tar grtuter proportion. If judiciously
planted and ternit d. the crop would le luxuriant. Anil
what would it he worth ? and what employment would
?I give to the despairing, ragged, primitive one? tlutt
are met so plentifully all along our way I
"Worth1 " Why, very little at present, for the
people Of ir? laid ktMht no' learnt d U tut the apple, 01
otherfmil, ax an entitle of ro.od, but merely as a lux?
ury, to be eaten from the band, raw, iu "hapenny"
werthat Three or four years ago tln-ie was a BfOf Bfl
luxuriant, down in " the North," that it broke era y
buoy eannorted 1 ith ?I. Then- was BO MBBBMpllfla lor
them, and the full of .?"creel ?holding abOBl two
butell?was s jld for 0 shilhui_\ and even for sixpence.
ra?.ei thai, ?,| >heu, (in ay.
But ululer a ratio'iul system It would be worth t wenty
millions N?, ling a year. An?l Ihi? in tin- fltatfl of things
brought on hy lie- policy of tb? 1:,milord?. The land a, all
Die ?jtb. Cod, in crating it, had no other class of His
t hihlren in i i?w I ( if course in " t an do wlutt thev
"like with their own: and to iiiey hold it in tiieir
hands, keeping thfl cultivators cu sufl?ran??-, from 'lay
to day, abb carefully nothig every rmmrovei fkld, und
raising ihe rent accordingly.
Bu: I think their nain object is to keep the votes of
tlo-ii tenantries under compl?ta control. Is ?1 nui a re?
hu? ment of WMSB to clothe th? tenant-at-wil!, or short
lersee, with a political power which he must cm irise
as ihe landlord direct*, undei p-iin of mint" his family I
O. Britain ' what a I 11: has grown up in thy domain,
uudtr ?iiename of "LlBBBTI I
1 ?hall write no more now, bflflBBM] hive tvriite-n
bettet thii gsiluiii tbiefor Tbi Tbibi ai , aadjoudidu'l
in?eit the:,,. Om piece ol niloini:iiion I trust you
will ?eiiivey to your readers, as it may save BOflBfl of
I lu m bol h annoy ame und loas. It is this: The bank-',
lijioughoul Ireland sloop loaptily, ?ouieinptiblc fiaud,
bydockl'g sixpefii" steiling oil eveiv "light sotei
?AJB," ibi.iigli the actual "lightcess' rarely iimonnls
Ifl < ne i< nt, and is never (?stimatttj beyond two ?? m ?
in Wall fctreet. Oil the liali-aovereigij Uiey tale Io.m
I'ci <i . 'J lit is the bank'r. ( ?ther ?s-rson? with whom
I had dialing! wasted to ?lotalie thli rate.
And now mi rerun. If f should take the mood, 1
w i'l write y ou a retrospect i \ c chapter on the danger ol
binning up at sea, and illustra!?, it with two or three
narrow floeaaaa we had ourselves on the voyage. 1
will ruggest, loo, tl...! the time is coming when men
will no more trust thernselv? ? OflBSBl wide ?eas in an
solattd Steamer than they would now volunteer to ride
>n the locomotive of a train of car?. That done. I will
rive you .. penciling of what 1 taw in Dublin, and I
"lie thing? that i hear?1 there. I
Til?'MAU AINOE IT.. IK. I
TBK SOLAR ECLIPSE.
We have ?dr*t?dy laid ivfor? <?nr readers a repott of
tVc accrntt of the V. i*ed States Aftrononilci) Expedi?
to? u lo I,al?iador to view the total ??clipse of Jnly I
Mr. K. J laowe, a member of the l.iitixh ?ur>?ditioQ
into Spain, fainiabes T't.e. London T,:..>" wi?.h an m
tereiting aeconnt of the phenotuenou, a? seen by him?
self at Fuenie del Mar:
The clonde. which were chiefly cumuli, dlmin;*bed
in amount till lh. ?oOtri., when only fonr-tenths of the
sky waa overcast, then iucrea??d till -h. '?5in., with
much cloud lili Kb. 55m., then agiin diminished to elx
tenths at the terinina?oa od the ecli-im:, the raiiKe beiug
FI ll.lfll of the wbolfi iky. Toward ?otnlit.y, NMN
the ciiTiiTxli became ?cud, which lasted from Ji. on. till
:1b.. 10m , giving the sirougest impr?s?uon that the
?hai.ge wiw due to the ellipse.
The morning <-ae fine, and from 1-h. 4om. p. m. ?un
?hire; a! lb. ti'mi. much openskv abou! the zenith; at
a*h 15m. a blackne.e about W. horizon, and alightlvso
in N and 8.; ai ?fa. Min. 'he IlUIh ihirk, and the blue
sky in a\. Miid E. \?-ry jmle in color; _U mm* , BiBl
d_rk with a blue hare among the more diatant moun?
tain?'; 9b. BbBJB., horizon doe \V. pink; 'Jh. 45m., clear
?ky inN.ai'ink: *fb. Baa-, splendid pink on W. non -
ron, warm pnrple on summits, of mountain? in 8., clear
ckv: in V. deep blue, ami in K. veiy nale blue; 'Jh.
r.r?n., rn]?id chang?, the char eky in si. deep marine
blue with a red urn.
lielore totality commenced the color* in the nay
and on the hilla were magnificent beyond all descrip?
tion: ihe clear rky in V. us mimed a de.?p indigo OOlor,
white in the W. th? horizon was pilch-black 'like
night!. In the E. tlie clear sky wiifl very pule blue,
with orange and red like sunrise, and the hill? in S.
were very red: ou the shadow sweeping airorw, the
deep blue in X. changed like magic to pale suiirine
lin!? of orange and red, while the sunrise appear<ince
in E. had chai.ired lo indigo. The cobra iucr?*a?ed in
hrillinnoy near the horizon, o\erh?ad the sky wai
leaden. Some white houses at a littl?; ?lin'iince were
brought nearer, and assumed a w?irm yellow tint;
the darkness was great; thermonieter? could
not be read. The countenance? of the men wen
of a livid ??ink. The SpaniarrJs lay down, and
th?.ir chihiren ?..reamed wnh fear; fowl-i histcned
to rocrt. ducks clustered together, pigeons .lashed
against the side* of the house?, flowers closed illibis
cu8 Afiicann? as early-'iOai ; at 2:52 cocks beg?in to
crow nfi.Bing at a!;.?.'and reiommtncing at ?1:0.0. As
.laikii? ss i an e "U many butlerflie? which were seen
about Hew us if drunk, and at htet disHppeared: the
air became verv hnmid, so much ?o that the grass felt
to one of the observer? an if recently rained uimu. So
mam fact* have. been notiio-il and recorded, tiutt il fa
imp?'r??ble to do more thun give a brief statement of
the leading feature?. At 5:55 a mock sun w?? formed
22 deg. below the true sun, having the ordinary circu?
lar form. From the summit of l'ena Castilla, over?
looking the Hay of Hiecny, Mr. Heath noticed the
magnif?ceme of the coloring of ihe sky reflected in the
ses. while the water ?ear ti? wan of a deep ltraden hue,
owing t?> clonds overhead.
Mr. Thomj.fon, roaster of fier Majesty's ship Him i
lay*?, made trie following tele?<opic observations:
Totality commenced at 2h. ?Win. 5.??., when promin?
ence? we're virible, one on the we?t and two on the
east, of a bright lurid lake color, followed by the corona
fchooting out on the east of the nun in two forked
tongn?M. Th ? color of th<? corona w?ts white dariiiu/
outward. Toward the end of totality anodnrr proniin
encn ?'hi notice?! on the went aide of the ?un, of the
?Mo '? i "l'?t as ?! i'?-?- fn at ?een, and l>elow thia amort
beautilol colleclicm, M of golden bends sttTSBsj* closely
toiicther, shone out. extending to the lowest part of !he
western limit of ihe ?un. The st-ir? nninbered 7 and H
in Mr. Hind s BBBf were diftin? ily virible in the teles?
cope. The cuep? of the ?un were rounded before and
after ?totality, and ihe prominences were lurid and well
d. i?a?i. A very considerable vuriation of the compites
took place during the eclipse.
Lieut. M. C. Hirton. M the same ship, lias kindly
communicated a lew of the notes mad.* by him during
ihe eclipse. Venus appeal?d shining very brightly in
lh?- midst of the totulity at v.'h. 5,'m. 5??. I'ollax algo
wa? ??eeii at .'lh. dm. -f?., bnt wa? only in sight four or
live seciuids, in conseijnence of a cloud ovenaeting it.
Three red protuberances showed daring totality lo the
lelt of the sun. the iipi>er one being very bright. BoBBS
bea?ls wen? also observed of u light, shining character
?vi ry like a diamond necklacK worn by a neu'ro
At I/s Corales, Mr. ,T. Mould remarked that BBS
blue sky ov?r Sttitander apr?ired a very dark indigo,
attet vtnnl chaii?.'iiiii t?i a deep amber, aud wad most
beautiful; that his fowls B1SJOSBMthmu. "? 1*18*?,"
lut light ca-.in)r.g on, rhey re-mri <d t?? their tisud occu
i?ati'?u. The tempeiatare in eun raui/ed on the gra*?
hetwe?'n 10'.' and ??'?.' . Hefore tntnlity the sky be .-ame
Xail>.5, July -T.
The Mouelte, French war eteanu-r, arrived veat-r
day morning from I'ii'ernio,a? also the Irm-noi? Iiii.-il
Btaxai iteamer, aid we have an influx of Sicilian inie'
ligence. Tin re have f?een three enga'/ement? near
M. iriiiii. in the !irr* of which (?tuibuldi sforcea sullen i
fa-vi r? ly. A tclcoram from the theater of war, dited
Mii?, July IT, 9 a. m., thus a)?eake:
" Medici t.. the Di.iator.
" The enemy renews the attack with greater eneiyv
and grea'er force. Three Ibtonaand m. n are fighting
on or.i ni'ht againal live huiiilrvd of our?. The li^hl
1-it-ts for more thun two hr.urs with a well mtintiitird
fire. The enemy has bom!>i and cannons, with poei
tione well iho.-fii; bo rtrsiHls eiierg?-ti.-ally. Two
charges with the bayonet on the part of our men decide
the day. Tita enemy retire to Miluzzo: ha? gutr?re<l
?ever? loss's in killrri ard wun.fcd. Ws a few killed,
but a great number wounded. We lave made nom >.
??ri?ciuei?. The spirit <?f the volniitt-trs i? admirable.
" The ?.o-t devoted ?lu-f,
" ANTii.Mil I.I'llARO.
(F.xtnrt.) '? The Secret..v o? otate.
I ?I,,.?o. J . . 1 ?? CRISP?."
"General Midi, i to the (..?vernor of Cefalu.
" BAeU i.I.OSa. July 1. -7:i.ip. no.
" The e?emy endettvoie?! Is turn mv exlieme right.
I sent finir companir? against him. Most aniinsled
baric. The enemy, wi'Jo a force of 2,0?>) min, with
artille ry ut.? tai'ulry, was renuleed. He r?-tired on
Milaz/o. (?ur let.?, ?even kilh-d. several woundetl.
That of the enemy more tvousiderable.
?The Anazinehaaarrivfd from (lenoa with a lar,;.
number ol vi 1uiiUer?. The Distatat 1st. l'uli-rmo. on
board ihe City id Aberdeen, with I strong c??n!in?;--!it.
He places liiirwlf at the bead of the aru y Wllivlli b
opera!ing in the province sf M< saina.
To this iuf'.rmation I add what taitht have weil prr ?
ceded it, the 'ju. lier newB of the movement? of Meiiici's
troops. Ther? had been au engagement before the tw i
?tut dee. I'lltd. bnt as it aaa (?i-aifi-on? to M'dici?
li.rces, the ?letails were not published.
flaiibuhii has received an at session of two fines'?-im
trs from England, one ?ailed the Hritiab Vulcan, and a
? ?o .iuciublc .-urn of money. Kos-ath's st-ill hud ur
Aller pot!.- lb ?ore you receive this you will have
had my liifpaleh iintioiiiicii.gth.it m to-dav's c inn .1 it
ha? lny-li deci'ed to ttlia.itli.il Sicily, the King wishiug
to span- the ??ui-iou of more blood. Garibaldi had at?
I have be.-n favored with the siL'ht of an offui-il let?
ter from Mtasina. under dite lbih July, VWl, Irom
which I subjoin tbe folio y ing extra? t :
"Tic French consul aud lamily have slept iu the
Dem-.trti-H for the lust fnnrtf ?tu days. The other cotia
fe'r have (bartered a v?*s?el and are ready to embark.
The English, ?Sardinian and Austiian havcBliiptoof war,
The town is perfectly di*?-irt.d; ?very one. even the
???t humble, is. pretaied in one way or the other l?.
leave the city :?a soon as the '?ilnmn- ?.! ('aribaldi up
iToaib. (?ne, with the s??n of tlie (?eneral, arrived
last night at hai.ti l?l;n:?lo, sJsjB n.iles from the town,
with 4,<rlj0 null and twelve piece?, of caiuiou. St", ?-nil
other eoliiii.iir are e.xpct.d t?. an i veto -night orto-nmr
row in the vicinity of the city. About ii.000 ctici
atori. with e;rht pieces <.t cannon, under th.
ci mu,and of Coin:..: It-- - - ?. left this city mi
Siiinrda? last at 1 a. m. to prevent the march of Gen.
Medici on thiH city. H? SSO ?via a'lowed to nuse, Medici
wilhdriiwing Lih iroopi on the aj'proach of tin- N? .ti>?.
litana, bill found himaelf under ?Jie nem-eeity of taking
retuge at Meh.'/.o. winch rity n protected by a fort ami
agaiiinn ol 1,000 lncu. Melaz/o i? coniiected with
thir irh.iid by a WtSIOM ftm, ?ti.in:. ..tmy of a few Imu
dred men, with a (oople of cannon, would prevent C>1.
Bam fi"ui returning totl.isnty. The movement of the
((?lonel is i. curded by n.hiiy a?'a I'roof that ho did m?t
a ?r-!i to li?;hi aiiv longer ui'iuiist Us cotintri tii-n.aiid waa
snkinga plausible fhuuie to ?nirender. "Mayitbes??.
it will s;ivc t.'iis city : at lea?t it will give tl.e Gxiib.il
dini.a u food chance 1?. hiiieh without much blo:rdsll.-<l.
Ij+ttirr from I'al.ino. say that c.iuin |?err?ono trie?l to
pOfaWfl (?eiit-ral Garibaldi with u h. amiftillv arranged
t..I.e. '1 his Via? ?l?e- ..vendi? _M Ceneral WO ail old
wo-Xiiii. Twelve persons, an.? ng them f.mr priest?,
?were ai rested, and IBTCtal of tlicm were isaSMaUately
rhol. A doe?, i,, ujhoM h pi*?te ot tl? cak- ? Mtajrewa,
died iinii.i.?Mtely. Von have iii,d.,iil,t<,||y heard that
the War r'iailier \ 0 I. ?e \M-tit ov.r tO (.aiil.Mh|i,uiul
has rises laptnr. (1 ihe merchant ?tcamer* Klba and
Dtna.li OsJaWla, the last having ?.vet 1100.008 ?m
l.tard fer m. n hr.i.tn in Bsgglo Bad Mes,-.mi.' T.o.h
limrliiiig it ir i mi, on d that Uso other steamers, the Vl?
eardi ai d the Fulminante, went ?" l'alermoand STtrriMi*
The following bn?f pr.M laination wa? iaened by Gari?
baldi jiu-t b? fore .':?? left I'libriiio.
" 'I he It.iliaii (,'ontiiii nt ?end? her BOM in great nu:n
Ill-M to lillBWf r tlie Call of the op|n-r?vei| ; I m in h aiih
it ?m oil 41- >? i,.i. There 1 expect l?r brave y??otli ol
tjicily. 'llere ae will MBl tor lh? third tin.? the ryrati- ,
niridal compact, which ?ha? M^,_&^J_E
??bains, and add ?he h*t ?ten* to the ?? 'rtn*'T?",*
At Catalatimi and Pale,m the ?on? of EM 1?*'<- *"p
not .ailed in ?ail oy nie. ?08BI B O-ASM ItBl.
Tbe mtKm comt-ostng the corpa ^?^????g
bave off,red ,0 serve gratuitously iu ?be ?f**.^
isabou'to )e.,rganir,d. T?.i ?HE^fSfi
AlMBN to the Dict?t?* that he tie? idfld i*-** *ue?tl?
he?id be made of it iu the oflieud |M_fjv .
Tb? nuvy budget at Palermo i? fiaed fi^Arm*
year at 1 oVAWwr. of, ordinary, and I'J.iWO.tjWr. ?
The Ai? hhiahop of Palermo lia? <addr??eed a circuli
t?. the ?b-rgy. dire.ctiogtliem to continefhoir diacjours,
in tbe pulpit to the preaching of the Gosp?-l.
The King of the Two Sicilies haa jusf addreseed tl
following proclamation, dated the LHh, to toe arm
and navy: , .?
" By a free and apontaneons act of our free will, w
have conceded to the king?lom constitutional and repr,
?entative bodl? in harmony with tbe pregrese of civil
ration and the wants Of the people whom Providern
has confided to our care. You will enter on this glor
ous puth, and yon will BBSS in the constitutional con
pact which bind? ua together a* one family; you wi
be the champion? of justice, humanity, discipline, an
love of country ; you, the hope of your fellow citizen'
will be the firm supporters of the throne, and of th
new inetitutiona, and the instrument of nation)
grandeur and prosperity. I remember with gratitid
tbe fidelity and obedience which you have hitbert
shown me, and I give you this testimony of m
satisfaction. No one better tlian your sovereign ?m
Hfsign to vonr merits the prais?- whh h is their due,
fact which even those who are HCtuured by malign it;
or n alevolence cannot deny. Il i? now proper thn
yon rlionhi do honor to yourselves by your moderatioi
and yonr dignity, and make your arm? the support n
tbe new order of things, and of the new, tirm, am
CBBflffiatOry poli?-y which inspire conthlence in tli
p? orle, and put an end to the apprehension, of tb?
diplomacy wnieh fears to see the balance of power ii
Europe compromised. Y??ur past is a guaruntee fo
the future. Holders ! Fresh destinies call you tt
raise the dignity of our Italian country; be proud o
the mandate. The people who have" twice revive?
Enropean civilization will not fail in the cifticult worl
of ree-onquering by its independent * the high poeitioi
which its ?OOpaapaieol situation, the force of arms, ant
historical associations fleflflfld to it. Yen constitute i
great part of this people, and you must hencefortl
support it? glory and it* grandeur. Fkam i?."
A letter from Naples of the '-'let, in the Patne
" At ?"? o'clock yesterday evening another disturbance
tock place bfltWOfla some BOMMTfl of the Royal Guare
and un l'i'I'h . who made a vigorous resistance, anc
several persa na on both sides were wounded. Fean
were entertained that scenes similar to those which re
tent'y oceurred would have been renewed, and a gen
eral patio Kited ?n all the shopkeepers, who immeli
ately nut up their shutters. Sotnep-itrolsof the N-itiotia
(?ua d, however, soon re?tored confidence. Naplei
was splendidly illuminated in honor of the anni
vtp-ary ofthe birthday of Caribaldi. Stub demon
strutions as theee might le avoided if the Gov
(?nu..?rit wou'd ?how its ?I?'!, rmiuatioii to go ot
resolutely in a coiisii'utiouKl liue. Scarcely a day
passes without the atr.val of volunteters at Reg
gio. Tliey come in bands of from thirty t?
lotiv, and embark for Sicily, thusgraduilly increaaiii?
the ??trength of Garibslfii. The authorities throw m
ohetacle in the way of their departure. G?-neral Col
onra, ofthe K ing's servi? e, has tendered his resignation
and the number of officers who unit the navy .engineers
aud artillery, goes on every ?ray increasing. Three
naval engineers and a great number of pilots have foh
lowed tlitii'example. The vessels in the port posi'.ively
refuse to leave for Sicily. Oxen and other provision)
had leen embarked for the second time on board ?
French vessel, the Stella. f(>r Messina ; but they have
been obliged to be again landed, in consequence" of tht
crews of the three frigates? the Fulminate, the Fi'-r*'
mor? i, and the Err?le?which were to have convoy?e:
her, having refused to leavo."
A correspondent from Naples, in ihe Con*Utvttoniul
" The afflepoMtOB National Guard has entered on it?
military duties, amid an ind?-scribable enthusiasm.
The first evening an innumerable crowd, cotnpetae?! ol
nil classes of society, accompanied the patrols through
the street?, uttering the loudest acclimations. It wai
a spontaneous and general fet?, and the city was illu?
minated with au unprecedented degree of brilliancy.
About i' o clock al night Gen. Prince Is.hi?elhi, the
commande-r-in-cl ?ef. visited the difieren?, guard-house?,
as did also M. Liborio Koniano, the new Minister of
the Interior, l.oth of whom were loudly cheered by the
people. On the 1'Jth Ihfl King issued a decree, in?
creasing the National Guard from 8.000 meu to 9A9?X
1-eing BO for each ofthe twelve districts ofthe capital.
A proportionate addiiioii will be made in the effective
etiet gth of tbe National Guard iu the provinces. The
old ?"rhi.ii (.uard is abolish?-d. and the age for the
uewlj-oigunu? ?1 body is lixed at from twenty-live to
A correspondent from G.-uoa, iu The Manchesli t
fiiunitian, under date of July M, says:
" The army of Francis II. may now be estimated a?
follows: He has 1" field batteries of 8 guns each, num?
bering on tbe whole -.000 men, l?e?ide f,0itO men be
longirg to the foot artillery. Two thon-aud men form
the corps of Koyal Engineers. The cavalry consists of
H.lil.O mm, divided into fonr regiments OK dragoon?,
two o? hm-?ars, two of lancers, one of chasseurs, and
em- Kjiiaiiroii of (?uides. Fitieeii regime-nts of the
line, .-ixteeu battalions of ?harp ?hooters, and three
r?gm?iits of foreign mer?enarca, two regiment? of
grenadier?, and two of riffeir.en, which form tin; royal
guards, slid two regimental of marines complete the
Neaidiiati infuntry, which nuy fairly bfl reckoned at
60,0(10 men. Yen will see how this army will melt
away a* Soon as it ifl Attacked by the uatiomil forces.
Th? i-e foi(?:s inn? as I evi ry day, mid they h.ive already
attained the number of 89,000 god fighting meii,
drawn from all classes of society, aud from the dilf'er
eni pioviiKUB of Italy, tliough the Lombard aud Yen?
tian clerrcnt is the m?x*i prominent one. French and
English volnntet-rs are aiso arriving here daily. I hear
that a regiu ent of EoBBBi 4 will be organized at Genoa,
and that a eommaud will he given to thfl French Co .
Mouton, the well-known organizer of the l'a is Garde
Mobile iu |.**I8."
T! ? 1'aiio err? spond? u? of Tl.. f.??.l,,n Times s ly?:
" It is leitaiii tint proposiiioi - for a suspension of
In s'iiii?r hate hem omit to Qarihaldi by the Neapoli?
tan Cot, inn oit, p. rimes die, Iv, but lert.inly aho
indirec ly. The Envoy of tin- K,..g f blaplM at Turin
made on rtnres of the fame ki* d t?. M (J.ivoiir. aud M.
Cav? ur has ctmiiiunicai'td them t"(;.,ribaldi, who will,
in turn pay little attention to them, but go on his way.
Th" ant.is: ice AAI | om d by Naples was to las* till some
dt cisi?n was come to in ihe matter of the alliance with
PiedaBOBt The conditions sgreed to hy the lai'.-r were,
a? has h?, u already Huid, the Constitution of 1819 for
Sicily, administration of public affairs left to the Sicil?
ians themselves, and, in fact, every liberty and fran?
chise conceded short of absolute Separation from the
Crown of Naples. Garibaldi, however, is not a mul?
to retrace his steps even for all this; and it is generally
he hived that the King of Naples will, before mtuv
we? ks pMfl by, have increased the list of exiled Italian
THE PAPAL STATES.
A Icltei in the CooOgttt Gazelle states that the Pope
!.. ? refuse?! to adopt any of the measures suggested hy
th? French Minist? r, and has declared if tliew changes
an-for??d on him, he will abandon his State?. The
Pupal (Government is kept in constant alarm by the
rapid organiration of an army in Sicily. The rumor
that ( tanteldl liHs embarked wilh a strong force, with
the intention of lauding on the Italian coast, has in
cieased the ahum of ttie liomaii authorities. It is
feaied that (?aribaldi may suddenly appear on the Papa!
Tetritory, hi.? real purpose beiug quite unknown.
I.biiioriiiere is doing his utmost to bring the Potes
land force into a condition that may enable him to
at tempt some defensive niov? ment. All the intelli
gasee from Rome, given in the Geinian jour
nuls, until DIS ihe ?le ci ;r! nui of the violent
iui?l,!is(.i,l.ilv conduit flfthfl Irish military immigrants.
'I!. v are still a cause ,.f the utmost perplexity to the
Ihfl 1,'oiiian authorities. For the sake of peace, the
pay of the rei-iuit* was, a short time sime, raised t?-n
i l.ajucthi B day, uml coflee and two meals per ?diem al?
lowed them. But they are very discontented coroplaiu
ii | that they were promised high pay, that they hav?
l l?e?-n badly treated, and deceive?! in every respect. In
MaeerahV BpololB, and Civilu (-MUdlaua they have
couduclt-d tln-inselves so violeutly that the Italians re?
gard ami treat them with the utmost contempt. It is
probable tin* whole Irish contingent will be dismissed
us woise iban ?seles*,?,r allowed to return whence they
Came. An order from the Pa|.al Government of tli?- |
lilh iiisliitit |i? imits all the Irish reunite who wir-h to
quit the l'..p. * service to Jfl s?.. Limoriciere has near
r-|K?l?to a corps of 10,000 men, Italiana and I'oreiguei?;
it is being rapidly leduced iu iiuinhui bv looflflflj ins, OM
(he lureigii recruit* can te as litt 1?- relied on as the
DBtlVl s, who, it i?added, desert by scores together.
COUNT CAVOUB AND THE CIMTtCIL
A rliarp correspoinlencc! has taken pi no betwooiithe
?sJjflhbiflhop of ( hamhery and Count Cavotir. The
hric nil, Ihfl Wiiihishop thai the Government of
P.. dm? ni Nflpfl la thfl ( Inn. h, " but when i.uv im-in
I.. r ol'lhe eieigy, whi-ih.r ihey be bishops, arehhish
e>|a<, or ?aidinafs, vifllotfl ihfl laws, aud alle, i an insult?
ing contempt for th? King and our iuetitutiotis, we are
reaolvtd la apply the I.??, , tveu though inch a > onr?.
ahouldmake B8B8M for OtstmtCOion in the eyes of a
?fljfftfl who preacli loliuaiii?, while it follow? the mai
i?s m riltBfl "i wi,:. b the ihild Morl.u.i was en.,' bed
i'.' n ?? i.... !.??, ,,,.. the M ....... ? - ?i ?' and wife.
w,re lanished fit m tteh ? t.rry."
-to 25 -^T?d- _%* fro? ? W-T from Cant.
Puyoi?. to ?"*i/*a ^??rai Martin, d*?*d Exmouth, Ifay
rent, June f?, l^g? '
?? 1 have wee? veir information that the Druse? eon
t.? mplatc at?-^, yAm]g the Chris'ian district? in the north
of '-? '..ebmi'iii. ciiiii'iriii-ini* at the Kearrouan.
" Th* tribe of t*-o Me'uaii?, on alight provocation,
have burned i ??me houses in 'Illrl ; thla, of connu, led to
retaliation on tbepartof the Chrirtiaria, and ?war,
which wu dying ont ta the sonthward, may extend its
rava_-*fl and notch?r?en to the north, (ireat fear? ar*
entertained of a combined attack of Druseo, Bedouin?,
Me'mili?, and Moelem?, nroon llamaacna
" The Chriitians living not an hour? i :de from Bey
ront just delivered a partition to the Turkish Oovenmr,
and ?ent copies to the European Consulates, that
the irregular cavalry under the Government, who are
?ent for tbsir protection, are rubbing and abusing
them, and depriving their cattle of fodiler. The Con
?n 1?-General have remonstrated, in the name of their
respective Government?, ?gain?t these a? ?a; but I do
not think that in the niter prostration of law and jus?
tice, when app'ied againfct the Mo-lems, it will have
" The emigration of the natives still continuos. The
Arcadia takes 150 to Alexandria and Malta, but the
iiuthorities have now prohibited any more embarking.
To-mortow is the feast of the Bairam, and if the festi?
val nasse? olf quietly I have great hope? that the town?
on tin- ? en board may gradually I.ave confidence ??stored
to them. But tlie silk trade for this year is lost, the
coceiona and tree? having been ruthlessly plundered or
destroyed in many lcexliti?? by the Druses.
" The American mw?ion station? an- all abandoned
in the Lebanon. The school? are broken up; the fol?
lowers have either been killed or are now destitute of
homes and wealth, anel several of tlie missionaries, are
leaving for America, as there is no field for their 1*
The Christians who escaped from Hasbeya, aud
were brought to Beyront by the Mohawk, say, in a
memorial So the Conanl-General of Kuasiit :
" The nniiil.tr killed exceed? 800. We who re
nniinnl alive owed our salvation to having thrown
ourstlves under the heaps of dead, under cover of the
approaching darkness. When night had ?et in, we
fled and can e here, and do not know what paased af?
terward; only know that the women ana children
took refuge under the protection of Silt Saisie, ?iot.-r
to Said Bey Djoublat, wilh about 900 men, who had
forced themselvea into her reeidet.ee. ? ?nr home? are
in ashes, and the dead are in heap?. The women and
children remain expos?*d to death froms?arvntion, cold,
and fear, if they escape the ?word of the Druse?."
It appears, that tlie ma sa? i" at Damascus com
menceo in the afternoon ol tlie Mb, t'.'l that before
ugh! 500 Christians bad l-een killed. The first Con?
sulat?- attacked was that of linssia. The Bat-shin and
Creek Consuls took refage with Abdel-Kader. Ail
the Catholic and Gn-ek church? s und ?-?invents, aa
well as the Consulates, are burnt. The American
Vic-Coiiful was wounded, ??ml the Dutch Vice-Cou
snl said to Ire killed.
Druse atrociiiee in the neighborhood of Sidon con?
tinue unabated. Chrisiian priest? and villagers near
Sidon, and near Damascus have been forced at the
point of the sword to embrace Moelemifimby hundreds.
"Between May 9 and June ??J," writes our corre?
spondent at Beyrout, ''the Druse? have murdered in
cold blood upwards of four thousand Christians, in?
cluding more than a hundred Catholic and (?n-ek priests
and monk?. They huve burned upwards of 150
Christian village?, including more than 100 eharchc?
and lti convents."
Three thousand Turkish regular troopa arrived at
Bey rout on the llth in one line of-baitle ?hip and two
frigales, under Khalid Pacha. Two thousand leave
for Damascus. As yet, "the Turkish government has
not punished a single Drue?-. In every cam of oui rage
upon Christians, the Druses and Moslems are in con
The plunder of church plate and other valuables, and
the damage done to crops, house?, and to tlie country
in general, is eaid to amount to upwards of six millions
The Leant Hi raid of the IStli observes, that the re?
ceipt of the innglligence from Damasco? has excited the
gravest anxieties of the Porte :
" On Monday, after iuti-rview? with Sir Henry Bul
wrraidM. de Lavalette, hi? Highness Aali Pacha
had an andience of the Sultan, and was clr??eted vvith
his Majesty till a late hour?on what business it is
easy to imagine. Yesterday, ;4*ain, Kir Henry, and
Mr. Williams, ihe American Minister, had long con?
ference? with the Caimac?n on the same -?ubjec?. A*
the result of the Ambiu-siidoriiil Counsel, i*. i? said that
tie Porte, besides despatching au additional battalion
from Tbessald and one from Batoum, pnrmme? to ask
the Viotroy of Egypt to stud an auxiliary contingent
.??o?! men into Syria, to aid in accomplishing the
pt and complete pacification of the province.'
THK INTERVENTION IN TITE EA87|
The Conttttiittuntul aleo saya:
" The expedition which France lias been preparing
for the lu.-t three days with marvellous di?pati*h, wilh
H? a matter of necessity, be carried out. The early
departnre of our troops mfav lie expected.
" The part of France wifl be neither that of ?occupa?
tion nor intervention.
" We are about to give our support to Turkev to as?
sist her in represrin-/disorders which would infallibly
result iu the loss o? the Turkish Empire. l**9Rri
'? The Eastern aueeti??n, as it at present stand?,
do? s not appear to toe susceptible of dividing Euroj*e,
but, on the contrary, of uniting the European Power?
or the defense of interest? aud principle? which im?
pele the same ob igations on all Christian .Stare?.'?
It is stated that the assent of the Porte to au Euro?
pean intu vciiticn in Syria has ariived here. The other
powers have likewise acceded.
It is eaid that Et gland will despatch none but naval
forces to Svna, und that the French expeditionary
coI'M will Bocn receive ciders to embark.
'Itie repr?senla? i ves of ihe live Great Powers we re
to have signed the Convention to-duy for regulating
the . t| i 'li'.'.n.
Mah-k.ii.i.ks, July 2?..?Letters from Constantinople
anccuuee that fresh violences have been perpetrate?! at
Aleppo, Orfa, and other pl?tcee in Asia. It has again
be-en con firmed that the Turkish soldiers took par? iu
The Christian Kaimakan of the Lebanon, his coun?
cil, mid sr me of the principal inhabita'.!*?, hid signe?! a
d?clarai ion of peace, iu which, however, the reuuncii
tiin of any claim for indemnity was not mentioned.
After having dis? ttssed this act. they -.vent, by order rf
ihe Muchir of Saida and of the Turkish authorities, to
confer with the chiefs of the Druse*.
No news, however, had ?Wat, lecc-ived of the thou
?amts of ( hiistiaitswlio were surrounded at Kesroiittu.
Imi'iirtiiio.*- OB Stimji.i.ss Btn nu.?! Centrai
Amkru a.?Mr. A. O. Moon? of thia ( ity, who went
to Ceittii.l America hut year on ?ictoutit of Lie health,
ha? just returned from Guatemala, and has bn?u?rht
with him two swarms ?tl the Bttaf]?SS bees common to
that country, which he bus given in charge ?of Mr.
Parsons, of flushing, who will propagate them fir the
Agricultural Department of the Patent ?ifflce, which
will in dee time distribute ihem if it ?s found that thev
can be kept in any part of the I'nited States
These bees ate of two varieties, one large aud one
email, and both quite dittcrent in all their habit? from
the houey bee? common with u?. For one thing,
there appear to be but two clas?c-s?worker* aud
'?neetts. Tbelaigest claes are about the size of oar
common bees, the ?jueen lieing much taffBaT mid while
hiving eggs aiipeara very ilumiy, aud nimble to fly.
The honey is deposited in egg-shaped ? apsules, more
than half the si/A? of hens' eggs, fastened to a plato of
wax only npon one tide, and ??-m? times arrauged -uite
horizontal iu tiers one above another. Ta? honey is
coiiridcred particularly delicious, but is not stored in
as great .'uuiitit.es as with our bees. As these tire
stinglees. they are often kept upon the same familiar
tciuis as Paddy a pig, about the house. The hive most
commonly consist? of a hollow log,and that is hungup
in the hut that ?heller? the family, or at the door, umier
the proj?*cting thatch of the roof. It is to be hojied
that the experiment of their intio?liulion will prove
.Tin r?tela-Rcjiortcd by Tecgraph.
Pun t*i i in , ?. Ai.<. !n ?!? i .i n tiini New rSup, rune ?.'? SO
+ "> It Wiinr tir..., aalt-? of '."Uli butli. Red at *>l Ma if 1 83 ,
Whits, *i ."o. N.-?Kvi':".' Cosa Brttifl tola, .????'buth
Y.i'ow it .1 .Mixed. itaTie. PaoviBisiff turn. Wan?.
In 111 l'h 10 ?t .".'.' but lioideri deiiinnd all tdva .,'??.
? ru? SB ..ei>? iNfH i u>,'|.iiii,
Amoui.t ol i?|ioit? ioi tin- week.? li,1;*S?
An , ui.t ?I ii poit? toi Um ?eek. ?,?'. mi
Bu iiM.KE, Aug. I0.-Ki.iii ii .?ui.t and ? .? tdy. Whsvt
?t.tdy. CiiNhtm; .ellow 71 ? ,t ,;t, . ; .Mivrd TK,-. PxOTIIlOMI
m., i, .i.f.'.i tVbimi batst
Hi r/i-Ai... Aug. Ill-Kr?' ii ft-ad? otd In rti?*lei4t.a .?tii-uut
Whs ti d.i.I. and It?, ??iwer lain ye.telday ?fUlBOOB, B8,l?X!
I'U.li. Krd Winter (?bio II.I liili.ti.ta. ot #1 10; '.hit BIO' nil.?
l.lMbuth Hrilllli;?,, ?t ?1 PO | 1*101? Ich tied Witter lllinol?.
il +1 IN. I.mjt ?tesdv . ?alt'i of **' 1*?" l?u?b l.ttt avoadns si
Sa , ?t..|(!i? ii.tnliif IJ.OtKit.ti.h at tin- asi.it> rat?? ? B,**? Tu'.ed.?
?I Fh)c. \\ iii-m i.o.iiliilatl?!.'. ?-?Nti Kheii.i. i?Uri,i. I.iks
??rusia; l.iKi.libl. Mratir. 11,08? l,u*. Wi.-..t i n?'b ..I. ?'.m
xmbttta. (?at* Kti-iiat?l MfiM bttffe. Wheat IIT.OM bnsb,
li-M um, Aug IT.-K1...1 ? i. du!l, at Obib for oxtra St At
Wmbat ..-an.- tod but liUle ?ieiiig aalsa ol B.TtB? b.tali. No. 1
lllinol? Red Winter on urlvde ten..? ( ?un _ n, * >?>| dcmatid.
ai.dltflf blgl.tr, ...I?, ,| H.10O bu.h Itlli.ol. at 5!? . lud fbOO
bu.)i. do ?t *?4',- ?Hl.rr gi.l?,. u*hni. I ami Kkbii....- i?'
iuwer mi Uraiii fknutti . H heal t!, , t'ont Tl.- t? No? V.?ie
Lil>B la.-i'HT>.?te iii.itnptirtaiit. I.tu Kxi-uar? 8.?? bbls
Klotir I" .*-??? |.iisal? Wliost, 4J is?*. bu?h Corn. i
?i'i*>. IXJUTIi Auf !??.-Ki. ia i i,*i-fand l\ . -? > ?il??i!? <-d
M , ff?m ?t 17c. Mit* Posa vtive al 819 I?flflB trata ?*
I'*.31S-i Bight ExcBiaoB ?a New York rtrady atl^aaM
pr? ri.i .m.
B?w-Okiba!?s, Atif 9,-r.,TT'?!r-8??>? tl-daT of ?V? Mfl
rl,.,ltr.m O?._. ? ?_1_i *_?_?t_..._J *I*
"???uiiiiji, ?ti|. ?.???,tt'.?-*????*? l?va?y r>j nanrmeo,
bcl..d?Ds 20 n?t ; price? etui? r, bat ?lootitioo? unenoiujna. fis?
e? fit? of ,?* t-, i,?, ?SO h il? ? Fin?'? dull il .+ 5 8T|. WsiiKf
-Hefiissd, 17i?-. : Hiw ?M, Tb? rett of b- m?rk??t ?ini-h?-.ge<i.
(Hicii,,,, A?t |0_Ki?,ik ?uli, ii>d S 3* in... loww talas s|
84 Mil 81 75 for rbolr-e Sprin? eit , ami ?I for .iperfin?.
vv ?r?, liriu, md 2 ?/fc. low?-?. ia!n ?3,'..roo bush e\bf*V*o fot
i ? qP'*"'i *Va *' Wj t"T *? I R**?, In tara. Coa? irtrvs
t"l I '/}?? l.lrb*r, ?al?. \t.HW beb. ?t SBMM?. la atore. O-iM
?lull it 22?2,lc. KatairTi: l.?"00 bbU. Flour, 1I.4M both,
,v^*?l68'0fl0e"?h'*~o? HiitTflbmh. 0?U SniiBB.vTt: ll.OM
At i ' ?^'"??toiih. W batst ?SBO '....r, Cen,, 11,100 bosh.
a , ' u ??'?'"T* *"n ?t 6e. on Wh?? and ii?>_ e-, (-???, to Bal*,
lalo. Sk.bt Ex? mam.b retn reduced to 1 tp cant ??ailutn.
C\o?rW?,t\7iA\et?**' **m?J*\ ? itpttorrm. Bat? T..
FVw^tri/orrrt?,"t?Z?' ^i, ^-?-V ??"<k t N*. 288 VVaat
IteMaSSStT T" H" r"r?i* -??BWS-S t* HidKB
ClRTIS?At ('?til??,? UboIb?. ll??>n.?p CooMv ?a Frit!?*
mornirg. Anp.it l?, Dinlel CbiV S???.!_?_' ,_ ?VmVZ
Daniel t'urtii k ?y-kmas ot thu JET* ****> of Om? htm ot
Fil? frtoadi ire invited to attend tbe fuo?ril airlthorj* further net?
tir?, at the reofdetlre ot hit IrnMWtB ?]? M Hoo*
??]., Carroll ?tr?t Brooklyn, between Clinton and Hear/
north ifdeofthettrfft. on 8an*-.y, Angnplt m %l p. ,_ gl/,
remain! will be tike-,, |o lireeiiwood for 1 Animai*
I)I. N CAN?In tliIt "Ity on TbtirteUy ?verjag, Aornp ?, a**, t
long iilrn ?s Miry Rotaitna, r.dr.t ds'Jxhter of Jlktis.1 1.4
Miry Do?ean, ??d 27 yean, 7 months and 9 ?ays,
i.JLI-MaN?At B(.r.l-iil'wn, Nrtv-Irr?y, on Friday, |p*
1??, Joaepb ?. (Jiliiuaii of New-V'ork oily.
Ti? funeral a?nf,?a will be be Id or? Sunday MSB A a?, ist
12, at I? j s. m. in tbe ?eoorid Prias? M. R C'barsb.
Tb? relativst and friend? are invited to atlet.d withont furtbtr
GRIFFITHS?In l'l.Ilid?-Ipl.la, on Mondsy. Aagut* 6. F.Uir.ort
wife of William (?nrtitht, 11-d eldest daughter ot Ni..ao!aA
BAUST?On Friday, August I?, Ctrolta?, lafiiit daughter*??!
William II. and U.e late Caroline Haliey, MM 4 Bir-nths ir?4
Tbe frl.-ndt of the famllv are reipertVly Invited le otead Ib*
fu?en! to-morrow, it 1 o'clock, ?t No. 43 East Twenty?
tix th ttree?.
HFDfiK.S?At Fist Ifirr??tr.n, Long Itlaoei, on W??dr.??j?lay,'
AufUlt 8 of injiiriei received frnm be.ing thrown fron. 1-4
1 irriig?, TiriiOtl.y Ilrdgti, etq , of thif city, to lb? bOtii yvat
ot bit tg?.
Hii fnr.eial will be attended,ob Sitnrdiy, tt 10 o''l(vk a. Mg
from No. M W.-al Thirty fifth ttrieit, withoot fjrtber Invita?
BODOF8? A? Rutlisd, Vermont, ob Thnraday, Aoguat 9, thfl
lion. Oeoiga T. llodgri, lath* Tli year of bis ig?.
nARRI&ON-In this city, on Wednesday, Aogoet ?, Mr?.
Mary H.-irrfior, rtje beloved wife of Edward liarrisoa, la ib*
y.th yeat of her age.
I3TF.I??In thl? city, on Tliurtds?. AugTMt 9. ef e?jTi?sTcrj?aoTt,
Kiiza Kn.iiy. onlv d.iagbter of lTjernai and BBmAsB) UtmL
?g. d 13 year, ti.d ni diyt. BSM?
KAUFMAN?In tilt city, Louii? tt If.-of WUliaa, Km/paa,
?fter ? painful illneai.
MA8(JN-In tbi? city, on Thor?day, Aagisit 9, Tbou_? M???*?,
...il., a native of Yorkshire, Eogland m the 6Vtli year of hi*
MtKEOWN-In U.it dty, on TTinrtcUy, Anppt 9, D?mi?l
McKeoSO, of L?ru*, Cui.uty Ai.trim, IreUnd, a??*?! *?
N?ILL?At i i? residence in Philadelphia, em Wedaeaky,
Aurti.t I th. Prt. \\ illlsm N.iil, U. l>., aged 83 jeart.
Tlir f.ii.enl ???I .-. ulll ketieldovi Monday, Anrne l??, at IS
o'clock, b. th? Slxtii I'mbyterlan Cburch. The irieneis of ta?
family, ind rlrrtjj met, of ill denomination?, are part?cula-??/
invited to ttlet H."
U'l)?NNKLL-Oo Wedneidi- evening, Aajratt ?, at IBs Hog
pital, FUthuib, L. I., of coniiiriiptli'ii, Mrt. Sanh O'Doaiira,
PAVNF.-In thl? citv. on Wedneniay, Aognst t, Sarah P.yn??
the beloved wife of Wlliiam Pay ne, aged 41 years,
RIPLEY-ln Clu-iry Valley, on Monday, July 3A, Mra
Esther RlpUy, wife of the lit* Horace fitpley, e*a , aged n
It ii like ?he crnmbUrt ind fall of torn? ?nti*|ite memorUI pfl?,
when one, wlow life I? a peit oi the History o?a NBMAB
?aues awiy. It i? on? inor? livliit ii-?a'ri|)tion era-sa^l, ?vllica
na? foT yeirs told the itorv of p??t generitiooB Makin? t? *?
alto to tin' pre?, r t tge. Th? htitor, of Mrt. Either Rip.e),
?iiiigbter of (ol. Siiiiuel Clyd?, it thut th? Wi-ia-n-v of Cberry
Valley, ind ill.?? ha love? that liiitory will moorn her leas. Re*?
Ct.ed when ntii? montba old from tlie ?feien.tloo that came npap
her rative vill.ise ?cd beartag thromh her long li'e, tries? of Urn
?r.rirrir-s -ndored by lb? pioneer Uihabilaati, the lived t* m*
the vi ige i'i? ???til..?to ta?e the Cl.uii-h twice reorrarii? d . aod
htvlnr. conceited hervolf with thit Church, ihe lived to ibsw
through a lona Ufe tf patient inftrring th.t power of Chriit??*
faith and fortitnd?. which made h*r aiio??ton ?nd our? beta
brave slJ ?Iront. Her Ufe it but th? rucerd of her filth la
Cliritt, ar.d dow in 1 good *I?f age ?be it taken home, Hke to?
v. ell ilpeocd fruit gatktMl in It? neiion. Her d*sth it ?e
hrenkirg of mother link Trmt connected us with tbe past. bn? it
it tu thove who bave loved and revrrrd h.r an added ll.k La iie
chain that draw* ut toward tu ?umorUllty glor?an? lud
SMITH-On Thnr?d?y morning, Autnit 9, C-otnsHoi Smitt, of
the lite firm of C. *. U. J. Smith of tbi? city.
Funeral on Saturday tnon.lni, Aunutt 11, ?t half patt 10 ?yelirJjt,
from bit reiiden. e. No. *i Cnlon p'.ice, wett ce?n>er ?Ui?*aa>tli
ttreet. The relatiirs and friendi of the family irr resrect
fully invited to atund tbe funtral without farthe?; invitatioB.
TIERS?At Orange, New-Jeraey, WiUUni M. Tier?, t??! 18
The friendt ire retnectfoDy invited to itteed hit facera! wirkemt
further B'.ti,-??, fiom the retidence of Mi father-in-law, J??iB
Mackenzie, N?. I Pitt itreet, corner of Grand ttreet, on lun
day, Aufmt 12, at 1 o'clnk.
VAN NEST-I,, tbiirity.on Thursday, August 9. Mra. Dekoiai
Van Net?, tjred I'I leara.
Her !?.!.? r.'l nil! take place from the reddeno* of berdaoiM*?,
Mr? D. Plum. No. 1 \ ir?ck piar? on Ssttirday, Auf?*, 11, 8
2 o'clock. The friei di ind relativti ol the family are i.ieoee?
fully in? ?ted to uttcr.d.
\ ARICK?In Jersey 4 itv, on Thursday, Aognp ?, of ebab-ra
1 .'h,.mu., Mary Loulae, Luiant daughter ?if Or. T. bX aod A??.*
WARD?In thit citv, on Thnndiy morning, An|ott 9, it 11 mire
i.ttt tc 2, after 1 ?hurt but very tevere ti> knep of t.-on*ett??ii cf
th.- .-ung?, Mhiv Wtid, wile of Joteph Ward, aged lil yean, I
montlit and 4 lay?.
PORT OF NEW-YORK.Ac?. 1?
Steamship? City 0/ Washlr.gtrn, Jeffrey. Liverp?. ,J J f) p. 1.
Ships?ITirvey Hio I,. ?Neltou, Liverpool, Hovtaud k F?ikI?L
I ::: I) VV ebtt? r Spencar.L01.dou Morgan k W|W ^^
Bark?- Elaiiinrc, Pirrridre, Rsrbadoei, Vate?, l*?)rter|ji??d k
Co.:R. H Ktibiht. C?ry. Elb?beti)port. Walsh, l-arvrr ? Co ;
1 Cam. Lewb). Miricaibo. F.diniitoti Bros. ; IiouutUiig Billow,
Hinting. ( oiisUr.tliiople, O. M. Bragriotti
Biigs? Fasle. Ho i,:r?, rciias-o.'a. H c?oa k Clappi Inda-try,
Hoed, Liverpool, Hu?. Jem.??; P. rthtbire (Br f. Outhoup,
Cork and a intrket J V\ Elwell k Co. ; Pijero (Sic.). Pwdilitv
Malta. Schn.idt ?V U ovdherry.
Scliooiiert?Jim. ?town, I.it'nrette Petersburg: N. W. Smith,
Boyd, l'linle.tou. Met readv, M.-tt \ Co.; MmmBHMMi VI ird,
t'barletton, W. Sr.erwood, 0. F. William?, M.Aiiuon, St Joka,
1*. 1 Net lu? V Sen; A. ttDtle, Sue^ung, Naasaa, J. Fiplfl
Co. : T. Jeffenoi; < h.:.-e Sa..i,i, Opeu o**, Babbldg?, E.isaJieiiv
port. H D. Brooknian k Co.
Steamitnp PttsfsK-?, Vail, Portlncd, BatasB ??* BM ML I.
C'rounteil k Co.
St??niifii|i Jan.*? Adfer, Adann Charleston ?)th Ir t , mda?.
?iid pssi to Suoffcrd. Tilesfon k Co. lauraday. Sth nut *
: . 1 .?i. \\ ? p. llitteris, at 9 a. P., ex.'hinged ?igr.sU will
thu- KIori.li. Ii....ii? ?pti-b
Mi aui.-l.iji Mar el the .S..uth, Lyou, Sstti.najj. uidie. aud paP.
to Samuel I. Ifhchlll A Bon.
Sieaiiial.ip Montic-Uo. Gager. Washington, D. C, Itc, BMB*.
11.1 is??, to H. B. Cromwell ?a Co.
8Mb ei.-r ,,i TeU-grspli (of Botton). Little, CslUo Tel aay.. i*
l??il..l to 8 (J. Rr?,i k Co. Had verv light *>??ti,rly ?vii.d? lit?*
leaving Callao. Jnretl paiied 4.'apr'Moru with -sit? r v wtsds,
ii .1 I ?il id ?i.-.terlt tt ind? ??til rearhlng lat. 3? South Atlauti?.
Juit 10t-ri??edtl.i Kiii.stor in the Allaulic. Juue tt, laL it it
s .0,1 bi \V ?poke fir. bark I^ncun/lsn, from V ?'pualio f?r
I-itri rpool Juiv >T, lat 13, Ion. SI 1,, pssaed whaling ft?,g Ari?
.-oida, ot Nrvt B.'.lf?,?d bound home. Saw a lar? rlret of vtt>
.el. olt FalklBi.d Iiland?. bound N. Aug 9, took pilot from S?*t
i l.nstian Kcrgh (No 16j.
Ship Wtiliugtcn, Shrjj.py. KsB-OiImm 2fl dayi. oidte. to T f?
Bnik Hotutoii, Phire, Liverpool 40 davi, coal to W ikeiuta
Dinioii t Co. .Inly ei lit 4? ti?, Ion. Il 40. ii?ol:e ilil,, ?nraing
.Bin, bound to the t'lide. July 9, lit. ?Hi ??J, loa. 17 15 ipt*t
!-n ii.ii ?hip A,1..]n!,ine. from Baitiiiiore. it^erlrif ?sst. jtiyT,
?t 44 2:t. Ihj 51 ll ,v,\,. ft bthn .- bark Aniite ot iiraavfll?
it tnchoronthe Bans?. Jul) 3e>. 1st. 44 4:J. Ion. 49 4?, tes a
1 tew ? ?ABM? ?IB.I W . ?bowlni a Hamburg fias July ?, IB.
i2 m\ .on ^5 I!) ap,,ke Br.-??ultau, 36 d?j? from uiauow fP
?t John, N B
Ha:, Fticciiie (.*...?trinn), Tlieni?? Cet? 80 day?. wiuetoardtT.
I'.iig ).i|.|ue?a 1 !'r ol l.or.d 11,, ?Jiulasit. Batliuiit, \V C A.
I? ? ??(? ?ith p-ani.ttto VV. VV De Kurr.t It Co.
Rrig .',. .1?. .1 . Il? ), 1 .rowrll. W Indaor, N. S , 7 dayt, al*.?t.r.
l'rit J B Kim I Br.), Cvtiill, Windsor, N. 8 , 7 dsTi DUtMf
., D. B. DeW ...f ' y
Hilf Syren?. (Bi.). l remai. UilUbor?. N. S.,15dav?, plMt'lM
:' I. H*V?M L So:.?.
.??,in MoMitalr, llsg'e, Pemileton Veiialliavsn, 4 dty?. ?tone.
S.-hi Mai i tu, (ir?\. Rotklindt diyt, lime.
Sehr l.i i*!ita. IIu?I?uild. New Haven 2 day?.
S. br. M L. VA rtiLOii-, Kobimon, Natr-Hpraa 1 day?
S. I.r 1' ? ! , Atrry. New-Londou 3 dsyt, 111 bailaat.
St-br. ( . Irati?, ? o'e I'oitland I d.vs.
Sut liit State. Ve-tlil. Rocklind 4 diys. Vsas?
S. I 1 CoIuiubW, Su.ith. Forked Riv.-r * dayt.
Scbr. Tilton, Btrrrtt, Euttport b dayt, lathi, kc t" 8u,i??*
I? hr A. T Clt'k. Lard. Vlrgtnli 8 diyt. melon?
Se! r Brut??, F.lwe?l, Bu ?or It davi, lumlx-rto inap?r.
Sein. Maiy Morgtii, Be.lsfl. Vbgiiiial day a, BWlaaa
Seht. P Bt'.i-k. Cock. \irgini?ld?vi. wood. ?.
Steauier Ke?,.,eL.ec. Csouod, rhlittalelpkia ?ad Com A*h
n.die. and MM to F Peikitii. . _. a
Steamer Ann F.lixa, Robtuaou, Pliiladelphi?, bvI?*- ?o tetow ?
hirkptttruk , . mma
St. n.i : W. : he t-r, Jonel, Providence, nidte- to 1-?
St.tiiei?ayli.ht, Fpiinger, Now ?Bedford, is?!??, t? t*"**0
BMMI U ??.?u?t?, Ar?y, New-B??lft?ri. ???I??- ?it*0-*
?nate,. ,, ? S.
Steamer Atithr-ctte, Jon?a. Pbllad. IphU, mi**- *?**?"
Brigir?. ___ tu J, k ?
I l on oid. Jeae?, Phlladriphh?, ?*??
BJ^W^WM F, ?flUU^rtj S5?.?__mS
?iTmtTii? rtmiom uA,,,.^'^' ?**?> r
\\ IN D-Diain the day ****\ *"_
II, Tskarnph. ammmm
VtiU'K?i.: t'' ,?e.l ^^tTZ.tttA.loa BBJ|
ItDS'lON. A.? 1" ?_5?2 aBfTA Ut. M, laa. '?**?
M.u.lKtle in.,? N,-"'H' ?w?t.,L
1 ?ja' M-rsutou, do fin (??It???'*-'"
.? ..?ais??dy Hook. briaRoai.?, ?'?'*_?,
itttt'S0?WW i?-* m***?***
'?_Il__L at oui hoot Bo?U>a for N.W OltoM? ?**