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t? Kilan iVtrnfn firrafo wHii" ' t" 1 ji Its (W .sr. tW;3r j Tii Catirtv Pti.-ltM'-, jjr Ctwril'i nn-SU ' ' Tiii(hinr. Jin. IN. Th. Roysl Mail SMn IWa a..j .
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TWWfMlw Oi. tbaA,xrvtTa fe.to.i.sl-f.ai.d c. UkKH r".tH..Ukrthey..ave! Ho,',C.-Tl,c debate on tile New Yn.k rtrnw crTert. In hkl,7or P rt
k i'?f1,"TT V " f tlc...ryur.ng.ent.rerlne r. M it. current Urt ! mint bill c. cunUoaM t IcngUi, uuUl the rrr .mToc.tr, hy tl10 ..V,, theiCS
J.JltwiV - S ! -Ct4 . ! gr.dn.ly i ,h IT! L1 IT?," b"'"!r""" ?: i Ktak3ta the fallin I Mr Jonrt, onVnncMcc. moved to refer Ihrw lung . t.sM.blo from' lh. h,m,
Jr OrWH f'r- Wfi I -be I. !. M eaten. Kh. UU on ; . - - -r - ri' ," ... " i r ta r i m.rtb.nJi.c Im.Krtco
-w . - - - " th lit tl.l luian n( MiLI lrt luMtut ' nUhft lluf ill. iil.lhnii
fftiJ pvtiaa, Utltt r.Vo. Uf ,r, .r p-ob.Hj xi!t t f.mnj Jot .... : f ivjOJXJO of whieh
kfvruu I .i... . i r i i.l-.l.. it jt ! - I I . I ... c j i ivli ...
i.J tbtt IBftilwotiJ hj )out cerrcijJent mtrlict. Tlic bonJ. jun 15 yui tt 7 x-r
fni llunm, in the Ut Oinmiclc I,cut. iulertit, jbl tiui.imullr, in
b.t Wn for jtui, Uat mKI. mlm, Ntw Yorkw4 IWtm.
mipit bf f.Hin.1 In (wrenl .licci t bot lute
laH It in dnlr In itivMiriim 4 lif.rit. 1 fr"i U....,.. IT.. I I r .1 II
iM.4t. TL. ...bMt.J 1. fell llu.t 11 wr--ii .i r... ' ......
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T .'jma K'feUj Arctic UA
IjtT.-J a lb. I'fclitMV. ni tnJ H
Jiw Vrk m tl. Tb b l an-
o-li; ct jljii7 h tctr kiotll lUl if a tliouxtij
Tii ltar Aim.) ixom At int.ilii' '"'' ""lu t pcnt Uie noit jrer,
J)c-VJ, .)-) it Urarjraul SarJj njyftl, ' m wuliUip (fie wrcjiins for tem
Ctt i.-it, ii fit lun'iir bttw buht In lbs fM baring ragtma of Vermont, t
o"V. j liaMrsd dollir.' worth ..ftheprtri'numirtil
TSc r.ni'iili imfl itnunrr Vttrdilcni ir-
Hi HiWtJimi"l) on Hie for'ii'on tt
Ut Htb. "lilt Jt from Vrm Crl U !.
wuiiii bit otiuinm. In tin. Iim of .now
IkI cold it It I try f toil innatny to w oili
fr ln cmt, or rn Iwentjr-Ars cent, a
H. at Lrio.nnjf fraifbt to tbe umrant uf ( dtf. Much brttcr noin)wmitioii tuny t4
3,ti0,4 M4b l!l,iir;Ut.licri.Jiit,fio, Lr working mill Uio plow, Iioo uul
jlnaun ilm.-i. Tb iliiU!tu wytln, tJun with iln "tin pan."
!'. Mnof hr ejw fro.n Jfilow fvr. j Kcridciit i'ioiiW dix-'ncr uicro bunJ
T); mw CumxJ ttf.iiwr A!i, C.(nn ant d?iu or rithfr viin, the r imy, tnJ
UVlistn, Im nrc4 t Uciwl frritn prrbtpi abnuli bs worlcil. llul hi" who
tl'idjA', itA "III be jMpittbM poni--' lr ha plow to in tor il, will inoot
po. Hit rcintlm iu tiken, by the ner
print Ann, t 10 P. M, on rriOar,
Uie burial proum!, but the Sexton refin
ed to rreelvc thin into lh.- mult. ThU
foreel the Sergeant to hare a crave Aug,
and tliia n not finished until Ihrceo'clork
on Saturday morning. The pmprietnra of
Uie Irtnu I loin refuted to allow thacorpae
to remain In their house, and therefore there
no public funeral.
AaariT or CoiwrtnrEiTtRS. .Wo
undcnrtaixl that aowral intoiu were
arrenled in Uie rat mrl of Orano ( 011
lnr wnia -la woim ior.w i ora. .ruotuiy aoena nu lauor lor thai winrii u i . (.... f " i . . 7,1
- W5 John ,!;. k. i, it, Au.eneafrillinth-r -bVead" nor " jmI J." 8p..i own- , ro 'ill.?. ?li n
bUfui-ttlvo-iUi lb. ItmW. .04 Koracn I iiijf and workiu- Uie ricbe,t mima kuown I , 1, ! J - ' 'V n f0U"'1
A..0.U1. 8-.ty. U nunac frw. ol- in L, , before the ducorerio. m C.li. I "T.ft " 'h,. ?CCU" . "C ,1"'
U, anJ .ir 1000 h. U-n .alaenbod f.inna, In. lony h.d tin, " cvnaumntion in Ttl ?if r ?i H '? 'W
l - i.t ii I'.n .. . j i'i. f .. a uuncliof the billa. amou itini? In ih riv.
u prtiKi Mil wiui vtciiviriiuii. ofrrf.fji. - n 0111 10 ifte win a is vuin.
K.tai..-loUie noli!k.l worlJ tSfr. eirnt." 1 .houlil hau-addc.1. however. that J.T .,u,. ,n V'.I,rc"c"cc ' !l'?H"lth
U rJa)ia.tif.ireerHlhrmtd'lberUaDixrowran?e,-Xtondin?oravj JCoimUrrl hy the
MrP.n-ir.1 fnrll.o r.m..n,! I t,.l!. -.ll, .,f I j k I. .,.,.,- H" 'm UCCOCl.CU In Cfttlll'' lllO InOHCy
li?u lal'ajliaawntvf the Oxlord Umrer- ucot river, lu the counUci of l.ei and T., mJT'6'?.1 of,,"";,M!!s rf
aar. , C.lcdonla,of,:old.b.a,1nKfeck,but.1Md i.rflr
ii.. i. .:.....!.... ......I.. .i..h .. v l,u.-li... i,.jn. lea tc Iho arrrart of those sunnected. One
rfU.II WtWMlIIVMk .....M M HI. IIM vi.VHy nv.-i.ui, u urn VI L LU
l.tujun coracuikntby tfiapurehwe mm 1 In IL ii. U. 11.
CwQIIIxnt l muif cugaiM oi crain inu
weir l-DwrtJ a,nd Ai at a pricele than
t)it fftat. It now Iranipirri Uiat a L'ill'
mrreliiiit nxnvsJ rri"J hd bn enyaed
io fH;rrr to an iuernbl extant ami ima
i pecteil that the lurtxtitlion Into hia
alTiha wil :w tliat tiit cuywM "rc pur
chited r him an! ftirctJ into luarkat at
any ttctii-c, t. meet In. forcml iiif ije
uf1 la Uitj f li dna. llam diaCovercd
at'lut, h (led- but u taken, an i now
in f aito-ly.
ViUt' hri;tr!i. Tht rerptctable bolne
U WXmtn ii HaUerfuht have been obhs.
4 bnlncl.rt UimiMvlvtM bankrujit, wiui
liabililiea auwdnlllij to CIO.OJO. Twoi4l.
r lonict ufl"red to tlm eilentrcaiwcUve-
1? of f-IO) nl C1U.0J3. Colluan ii Ho).
trf,)httranueted a Urire conitniMion bual.
nam wkii (lertnttiy and the United Slatea,
anJ il m faarrd thattlieir failure miy have
roved .triou. to mrtiea they havo bten
cunnecttd villi, both in ljnjjn and In Ur
r;.J,t wall m alroad.
raici. Tht 1'rinct de Wagram hat
raalfned. In dinrut. Id. notition of Ken.
aLir, brejuuhi waa not appoints a (rand
of lh'.' oecu.ed.
;y the litme of Jonathan
KailntT !c,n proinrrly riven, in an undertaking of
. "J toeli inanifiKt utility and intcreat.
iei at .ei . ..i.ti.i,i it. i,.
41. C.U.U.li.M., Ill . V. IIWIIII L1IIU4MII,
tlmnjli not undertaken by tlic pivemnent
of the United iStateii, will rcetnblc that
whi.'b aa theaubjectofadniii-ation through,
out theiiiixcd noridduni'2 the rummer
of It'll. If it should yield, in aonie re
alierta, of necemily, to that )reat display
of the producta of the world'a iiuliulry, it
i believed that in Homo other reapecta tlie
exhibition at New York will eqial, and in
utliera even currntM, it pnwlype.
The circuiiiottnec that audi' an tindrrta.
i kinir ean with am eoufidencn bo nmiivlfNl
In I n u',n rifllie At!mitir tnn.t (inn ttint.
ter of ru.i imlinvry ailiftiiiieaiict; to a rellcct
itig mind In I'urope. The city of New
York, the center of a nyatetn of internil
comlilunication, luluml and artificial, with
out iwrallel An IluTopo, alTjrda peculiar fa
cilitle for audi a purwe. It ia iierfoclly
well known that ni-uiy cauaej coipijiio'd to
prcenttho industry of America fmin hein(
adequately represented at the, exhibition in
llyile I'ork) and a far as tlio prodncthe,
inanufactunruT, and artistic rexourees of the
L'niteJ islati-a aro inatters entitled to the
consideration of the, Kuropcan norld, tlicy
win uouisjiuiyuu io (jreoicr amanuizo in
tliu New otk txhibition tin n on any former
Tor llie-sn reisoni you may safely interest
youraoli; an far as it. can willi propriety bo
don", in the anccciw of the exhibition. To
the impjirlc-) which will he oilen addreoacd
to you, as to the character ol the undertak
nfe', yoncannmwer that,thoii"hnota (jov
enimciit enterprise, it is tiewed with ;rent
favorby tho l'reaidont of the United Ktntra,
aim mat uie cxniuuioii uuiiiiituj w ill, by ill
I'iKiii thelnllnencd of our pment eoni-
inexial legislation upon the condition and
pnwpcrity of tlie rwuitry,Mr Con is .peaks
succinctly, but witb great ioiut. The flue
tuations in thi iron trade, the destruction
of our own iron masters by forcipi coinpc-.
tition and tho consequent rise in price, fur
nili tin argument which ought to open Hie
rves of the country to tlie minoiM folly of
liritish freo trndn. The tnie rrlatiom of
the foreign and homo trade aro alorxpned
witli masterly effect. It Is shown, for in
stance, that the former is but triflinc com
pared with the latlerj that tho State ofl
umiii iimi iri.nui iii.ih t il. r
tunatcly, at tint moment, tliaOiUmlohn,,
it to tho Committee on the Judiciar-, with
instructions to abolish tlio death penalty
ott-il down. 1 lie bin iiiialiy mwcil ny a
V t..n.m. was f.vrUe.1 from the Prem
dent in answer to a rcKolutlon of the Home floated but the Into Unit,
of Uio'J?th December, mjuctlinir Informs-j
lion rvlJHIVU IW lliriuj'iuiu uiiii'iinn.iuuii
by the Spanish authoiitics, cf the brie Su
san Ijud and barque Oeorj;iniia. Ordereil
to be printed and referred to Uie Commit
tco on foreign Altiirs.
Jlr l'olk, of Tennessee, moved a consid
eration of tho roto as to the printing, say
ing, tlut owing to tho relations existing
between tlio two goiernmems, tlio ilocu
MassaclmsetU alone produces in inanufac- j inent should not ho inade (mblio until after
itiro-i n greater "i ajue annually man an oi oxaiiiiiwuoii oy um wniuimivu.
A-ioTxaa ItouTt to Tile I'lcinc.
CoU Kanvey lias been recently exploring
the n.ut incIuJcd In Uie grant mado to
kuu bv tlio Mexican Uuvernment. to nivi.
gate w rn er of Iicatuls, ur Jlascala, from
the aex to the boundary lino of the State of
i'ucbla, a distance of 450 miles -the latter
point beinff about SM miles from Acaptil
ci, on tlie Pacific. Ily Uiis route, the dis
tance from New Orlt-atui to San l-Vancisco
will b perfurmod in twelvo days.
AwtaiciM Co mm eh ex. The annual re
port on commcrco and navigidion, which ia
now in tlio hands of tlie printers at Wash-
inj-ton, shows tint 1,4 It vessels havo been
built the past year, measuring :t5I,4tH tons,
and that our aggregate tonnage U now
4,15,1 tl tons. Maine built last year U5t
vesirli, measuring 110,037 tons.
JMun.a t,v,..:i'.;:r vvV' ;V.:.:'l " u' '"-wy oi mo ireairy,
t ' . ""r' . "-"i- i hiiii-u, t oo ii
was, bound ovrr to tho County Court in tlio
sum oi i wo inousamt Hollars, ana lor want
urbail committed to tlio Jail in Chelsea.
Two others, Unoa Ocorge, of Went l'air-
iee, ana rcier iiragg, iui, or Wtrallonl,
wcro bound over in tho sum of five hund
red dollars caclu Iiragg waa enabled to
get bail, but (Jeorge was committed. Jos
sup lately removed from Manchester, New
Hampshire, to West I'airlce, and is known
to be a desperate character. Orccn Moun
CT" Mr J. 1). Manglovo gives tho 8u
1juis Inttlligtiutr a description of a uioun
tain of marble w luch, he says, exists in the
hnrttnntn, vhich ofTie-t, he intinuina, was - Great Salt Lake Valley. The marble is of
HtAt hereditary by Napok-on 1st in tht
fiuiity nrl.rslial tstrtiilrr.
M. l)aun is thought still to hivt tlit in
lention to acei-pl thtjpjst of l'rocuresr (Icn
art! at tht CwU.t of CapaUon.
dpt. Hflrext it Ippointnl Commander
of tht natal statiun of Newfour.iiUn.1, and
almost every color and shade, in slabs of
wy largo area, and Irotn an inch in thick.
ness to blocks of an imincmo six?. It is
of tho bust quality, and is inexhaustible.
try Tht Troy Votl ssy that tho Old
. ...t .1 .t.t...n r.r -iaMiiMir.mfeii.i- sn.1 i :
lZ7r UiLi. I .Ufa. In Uio. ,,UB.w ,tcm 10 ba?.tolen inarch upon
,r.w..m.i.J..rM.rtinliiiie.' I tho Jlirnbumerj in that htale. It is
talnthita major,:'' of tbe atato electors,
a majority of the State Lcguhture, and A
majorily ef the Congressmen elect, and ma
ny of tint county Ixofoeo Central Commit
tees, hate united in recommending Daniel
8. Dickinson for a seat in (Icneral I'ierco's
Cabin-it. Job Pier-ton, auj Mr lleardilcy,
of Utlca, twoineteratn hunkers, hato gono
ml 11. 1 rt-1 i .V.-l n
Alt tvieicil urro fetKiruiiru as ihus-
tiin ulnisti-r at pans.
(la lh 7th Init, tlie ministers of Hariris
afil Wurtemburg prottntd their creden
tills. Wt art inJobttd to IWlin corresjnn
dvuts for tho information that the crr-den-tivli
by which l'mi recojniicJ the etn
jirt conl;t4 of Ihrue paicrs t Tke first
acVn-iwl-dges" the .Vnifui C'aniiuluin and , to Concord to bear the documents. Such
tht fVswseils as tn Intemsl political el
r squall about the
1 event. .Inurlf.!... Imnin 1..' nf..i ..C .nli .li.m
-iui wmci i ma nas nmni ig 10 00 nm , ,, KroUwcjK,lt wiUltll0 iWl.
:!.:'. ... zxz . ;r. . dem twt, 1.00k out fur
an 1 Ilusils ; accepts wilh satHfaclwu thtt I fuUrtf' of M.,cJ.'iiexi
tha JrfnpTor win ,-bwrv eauUtig irealica, , (J7- Jr j,ro aecmi hutcning to disor
ani pu.u. th, same p .xy at he did whr n .uuiion,,,,! ,n,ution. Tlio nw. from
1'i.Mtltnli Hia m. wliii h rontaiiu Iho ro- - . -
conUt. itself, I. short, but written by Uie fu,I,rt ' l" "I."" 'peak, only or re
Klnir IWnJf. - a.ldrc.i-a Uio linjit ror ,bn ami y ronuMunuHlm. Uravajal is
as Afsntruf, men frtrt, (Sir, my brothrr.) said to be in Monterey at thahcadofa
Tht Kiisrtsn note lisaid to bo ir-ueh iuvg- military force; at Vera Crux tho standard
an4 to etifr Into vanoiii atiachrnnts ' of revolt is raised; at Mat-unoras Uie imur.
Tiii.(.nrn io the l'ACinc -Tho
Committeo on Territories, it is said, are
progressing rapidly in tho matter of the Pa
cific Telegraph Company. Tho proposi
tion of Mcwh. Ahlen &. Kddy has been
very well received by tha members of both
houses, ami if the Comimttan report favor
ably, or winch Uiero appcora but little
doubt, tlie hill will loss.
1 lie liroprietors ay they are reody to
pledge thettucH v to nut a mcaL-e throtii'h
to Han l'rancisco in less than 1 8 months from
tnotlatc or tho grant.
I.tTI.RVr.lTIOt WITH HslTt. ThoNow
1 orlc 1 nbuna of baturday morning publish
ed a document furnished by n llajlicn cor
resiwrslent, and im-in-tinr to be the nri-
vato instructions given by Mr Webster on
Binding him tollayti to act in concert with
tlio r.ugli'ilianil I rench Consuls in tlio me
ditation between Ilavti and Dominica. In
this document tho nnncinle of intervention
is proposed to be carried out, ifcircuinstnn-
ces mado it neces-ury.
Movr.Mr.."iT ik Ct.-tTnAi. AHr.ntcx. A
letter in tho N. V. Herald, from San Juan
del Norte, states that the llelixe. of Hon
duras, has been elevated to n colony ; tlie
Superintendent converted into o Governor,
and a conftltntion given to tho people. It
wan aiao rumoreu uiai me uoinrai Ameri
cans havo ro-t-oasensed themselves of tho
ort of Limas, from which they wero ejec
ted uirVpicuihor.lMl, by H, ll.M. schoon
er llcnnuda, and have again hoisted tho
Central American Hag in tho room of f he
Tilt tract of land lotelv ceded to the Uni.
j toil Sutes by tlie Sioux, is about cOO milca
long ami l.U brorul, or twico aa largo as all
New Ihigland. It Is tho most fertile por
tion of hnd in tiro world.
(jy Tho funeral of .Mrs. Douglass took
lilaco at Washiiiiiliin. rm K.liiril.v l.i.t ...il
sU ie-strbi with rrferctwe t the nsw Ksrv jntj lro ,n the ascendant; Santa ,nnx is I " attended by a large concourse of'
A aims of featlviUaa commences at llu
KUd to bo preparing to
return; all the
'rZ)ZZl7co2 ! muby
durirv rt of the winter. idians; tlw govcrunient U wiUmnt moiwy
A Havre paper says that a passenger by ! troops, and it would seetn as if nothing
tha Anrriean pseket .hip Isaac IMI, hwican ave Ihe ricli, fertile and beautiful
Just born arrested if the police at Havre, country, but tht dissolution of Ha political
and a romsd-rable number of sorialut
pamphltU ftfjul In hi potieuion, were
Run r. TV! Unhers says a general tnh.
bnnds,and annexation to tlie United State.
Tlie people want an infusion of intelli
gence, ewrgy and Industry and a steady
Jct of converstlion at Iloms is h recent 'tini the IHm of .Mate.
ronierslon to tho Catholic fsllh of Dr. lie.
Qy Hie prrsons qualified to vole on
friends. Senitor Douglas appeared great
ly nncKen uowii.
The faro to I iverpoil, first class, will bo
down to (f'iTi next Ajiril, in the New York
packet sliiM, the Hncsson lice vill be able
to take jiassengers oer,for about that sum;
ami iney n uo ame to ailyril II, aa the travel
will bo immense.
Cii'U" Hi cii Hoi iTr. Tho commit
tee on commerce hate di-cided on tlio main
ptineiples of tlio Canadian reciprocity bill.
Hie articles to he mutually exchanged, freo
of doty, aro-all agricultural products, lum
ber, ami fish.
Ono half of tlie Msiiie delegation la fa-
lade a irovernment waro-housc. lit order
to admit the importation in bend of articles
sent from abroad, snbject to duty only in
the event of their beinsr Bold in this coun.
try. You can add that it will bo a ponrcc
of gratification to the government and peo
ple of this country to witness tho co-ooo-
ration, in tho projected exhibition, of the
friendly iKiwers of Unroiic, and of their
citizens and subjects. ou will also no
uonoi lane picasuro in extending every
irieniliy ollico in your power to tho agents
of the exhibition now in Kurone. or who
may in the course of tho winter and spring
co aoroau io mane preparations tor tlio ex.
I will only mill, that tho immediate timer.
intendenco and manarrement aro in tlio
hands of gentlemen second to nono in this
community for resectability of chiracter,
nnu uiav iniuiicii reliance tnav ue tuaceu on
tho pmbity and good faith with which the
i-nierprinu win oo conuueten.
1 am, sir, respectmily, vour obedient scr
Vint, IlDWAUl) KVKHETT.
Cl'bs. A writer in tlio Tribune, who
dates at Concord, and professes to be in
tho secrets of (Jen. Pierce, gives tho fol
lowing pieco or news :
"The new cabinet will he a Cuba-ac-qniringcabinet;
not by purchase, as that
mode of acquisition is out of tho question )
and not by force, if Kngland ami France
aro not to be held in leading strings.-
Tho plan of acquisition is this: Russia
is to bo induced to fuvor the doctrine of the
non-intnrveiition of tho western powers of
Ilurope in relation tn tho wishes or designs
of this country in matters connected wilh
tins continent, and wonro to favor tlio non
intervention of Knghnd, Trance, and Spain
in cisa Italia dcsirosioiineuoon Turin.
one of theso vcars. If Jlussia can hold
England and I'ranco in check, then Cuba
must bo ours. The determination of Hits
sia will settle tho Cuba question. I pen
what I know."
IkqUESTS. MSRK 11. NEWMAX, IJsq.,
whoso death wo recently noticed, left by
hia will, twenty-live thousand dollars to tho
American Home Missionary Society, to be
invested by his executor, and tho interest,
so mucli as needed, applied to tlio sujijsirt
ol Ins children, until the younsest becomes
of ago tlio wholu then to bq paid to the
bocictyr Alter specific, legacies, tu his
children and oilier family friends, lie also
gave ten thousand dollars to the Anracan
Xtuurd of Oiuiuisioncni for Foreign Mis
sions, and men mado the American Homo
Mixaionary Society hU residuary legatee.
N. Y. .Mirror.
C7" A Washington despatch aavs thero
is no doubt the Senate will pass a resolution
directing that the projier notice shall be giv
en Great Ilritain, abrogating the Clayton
and Hulwer humbug treaty. Ituclcarthat
tls? Koirile ratified the treaty under a dim-rent
conetrtiction from that which Great Ilrit
ain seen fit now to wii oism it ithercforc tho
our agnciiltural products sent to foreign
countries. Probably, too, the namn amall
State consumes moroof tlie products of the
Western ami Middle States than aro sent
abroad. Tho nnnual production of the
country, agricultural, mineral, and manu
factured, is .1,000,t00.000, w hile the addi
tional labor employed In traiisportinjf and
exchanging that part of it cntwinm-d at homn
largely iiirreastn its original value ; and on
tho oilier hand, tho entire export to foreign
countries is nearly 140,000,000. And yet
uie lori-iginraue is rcgnrucu as mo iiiorq
imKirtant of tlio two! In the faminoyear
of 1(M7, the export of hreadstnlTs was up
large it waa difficult to find shipping for It ;
and yet we then sent abroad but three per
cent, of Uie maixo and ten per cent, nf tho
wiient produced m tne country. And at
present wo tin njl tend linll tliat amount,
ilow iiu-ienificaiit. then, is the foreitrulnidc.
compared w ith that carried on among our
selves I From nil these sonsiderntions, Mr
Conwix renews the declaration or his pref.
cence for a tariff with fixed and reliable,
rather than with olidiiur rates of dutv.
During (Ik- jour ending Juno UO, ISj'i, ire
inipum-u oi lorvign mer-
chamlize. ltVJ07.10H.7 18
And cxiKirted bf domestic
mcrclmndiso, 151,000,-1 1"
And of foreign, 13,037,0-1:1
Making in oil, gKXV-aiTDO
At the Name lime w as exjiorted of specie
over and above the import of tho same,
iwirirni im.: I .
ifu,..'. una iiiiikvs our loiai cxptin
about three millions lest than tho imnorts.
for which amount wo have gone in debt, of
course, inn an wo nave imu to pay a very
heavy interest on debts previously contract
ed abroad, it is evident that this dilfcrencn
between cxKrta and mqiorti) is Tar from
representing tho rcnl amount thU year ad
ded to our foreign liabilities.
The export of tobacco has increased
about three quarters of a million ; of rice,
one quarter ; of hrcndstnfTs and provisions,
four millions. Tho cxnort of domestic mer.
chandiso has fallen off nearly twenty-four
...in: 1 II- . e. ' . .
iiiiiuuus nuu a udii, anu oi specie lias in
creased thirteen millions nnd a ouartcr.
Tlie Mint at Philadelphia has coined dur-
lngtnoyear s.'il,riUO,tl00 ot gold, 817,
IKK! of silver, nnd $,U, W0.il I of copper.
uio lintisii annul havo coined about 81,.
Anowissuu of sill cr coin reiluced in
mliio to correspond wilh tho reduced voluo
oi ginu, is recomiiK-nucu.
It is also recommended to issue certifi
cates tot hoso who deK,sit bullion nt the
mint for coinage, when certificates shall ho
received for all dues to the United States,
This bonis done, tho nrcsciit bullion fund.
kept to nay such depositors, could ho ills.
pensed wilh, and applied to tho payment of
tho public dept. Theso certificates wnuhl
aiso Biioru a convenient mode ol transfer
ring tho public money from place to plnro
without tho cxpenso and risk of sending
specie, us at present. Tlicy should ho re"
uecnmiio oi tlio mint nt any time afler
twenty days from tho assay of tho bullion.
To avoid fiitetferoneo with tho ext-honrcs
of the country, nnd consequent inconven
ience to mo lewrtinent, they should only
bo received for public dues in the vicinity
of their place of issue, as those issued at
San FrancUco, and at New Orleans, and
at tho ports of tlio Gulf of Mexico. If,
However, tlio, present system is continued,
and tho bullion fund maintained, it will ha
impossible to reduce tho balance in the
Treasury below twelvo millions, as it takes
five millions to carry on the indepcis-lcnt
The Coast KuTvcy, both on the cartenrn
and western shores of the Republic, ia rc
wrtud to bo going forward satisfactorily.
Mr Cobwim advises that the Government
build no moroiuarinohosriitals.but Instead.
make arrangement with local hospitals for
uio tnn? hi sick nnu oisauieo seamen.
Such are tho reading jioints and re
commendations of this important document.
In point of stylo it is admirable, lucid, busi-ncss-like,
cogent, and comprehensive. Il
is honorable to the distinguished statesman
uuiu n noiii ii emauaies.
Frihai, Jan. VJI.
He.ixti. Tho report of tlio Committee
on Foretell Affaira relative to the Tchsun-
tejec grants, was mado the special Order
tor tho 1st ol 1-cbruary. j
Jlr Pearto moved that thn Sonato go In.
to executive tension. Mr Fitxpatrick ob
jected. Tho motion waa agreed to. Thei
ncnalo altcrwarils siijourik-u to .Mommy.
Nothing was dona with Mr ItadgcrY
HuuaE. Mr Polk called up the motion
pending yesterday, touchiiijg tlie printing
of the President's communication concern
ing our relations with Spain. A long dis
At the closo of tho discussion the Clerk
read the following Mper from tlie Secreta
ry of State,which was enclosed in the Presi
dent's mcsssgo I
Tho Secretary of State, to -whom has
been referred tho rcsolntion of tho House
of Representatives of tlui Vith of Decern1
her, requesting tho President to enmmuni.
cute to tlm House, if not incompatible with
tho public Interest, what measures, if any,
haio been token sincethc S7lh of January,
1652, indemnification by the Spanish irov-
crnuicnt of the captains, owners and crewt
of tho barquo Georgians, add tho brig Su
san Ijotid, in eonsequenco of the caplure
and confiscation of the said barque and brig
by the Spanish authorities, has the honor
to report, that measures which it is deem
ed inexpedient to sjiecify, aro in progress
for the adjustment of all claims of citiiens
of tho United States againit her Catholic
Mnjesty's government, which may have
nriiriiiatcd since tlio convention between
tho United Slates ami Spain of (ho J7lh of
Ihigiiedl t JbowAnn l,itnrjT,
Much disappointment was evinced by
meiiibers at tho contents of tho paper.
Mr Polk withdrew his motion to rccon
aidertho vote to print.
i no motion to rcler the document to tlio
Committee mi Foreign AfTaim was reenn
sidcrcd and it was laid on Uie table, ami
ordered to bo printed.
i lie House sojourned to .Monday.
MiiNPir, Jan. SI.
Senate. 5Ir Sebastian, from Commit
tee nn Indian Afl'iirs. to whom was refer
red tliat part of tho President's Messagore-
lauve lotiie J-londa liidiam, made an In
tercsting rcicrt, in which, nflcr reviewing
various circumstances in connection with
tlio tribe, it says thi safety and niospcrily
of the State, demands tho "United States to
complete, what in they o unsuccew
tuny nei'an, ami no lomrcr iicrmit w tat hat
been allowed for 18 yearn, wilhin tho bor
ders of a sovereign Mate. Tho committee
urged Uie adoption of strong and decisive
measures in ridingtlio country ol tucstrug
gio so long wageu.
(T? A Havana letter savsi Kirico the
proper way toove come, ho difiicnlly is .o'SX.ih'S
....I 1 .t-. I .1
In sight, and bore down tn render asui.
ance. Tlio tea ran 0 high that the sUn't
boats wiru ,,uckly twampe.1, and noV,
noaicii "in mo into uoai, nmcii carried on.
lyliie alt time, but by means or which,
after fl hours of incessant labor, Tl! cftli
pi-engers anJ crew were placed en board
the Utlaudo. The alonn had hy this tiwt
incrt-asel to a tempest, ami tho Orlando
had hut just got clear of thv burning shin
when she sunk. About lftmcnwca-dron.
rd in trying to reach the Orlando, S wrr
tufTjcated by tmtke, and Yii wcro burned
or sunk with the ship. Homo hours after
wards, tha Orlando had most of hersiilt
blown away. It was, however, dctennin
ed to bear up for ort J and alter 1 1 dajt
of anxiety, being short of water and pro
visions, tho succeeded in reaching Havre,
'1 ho impression prevails in naval circlet,
that two more Arctic expeditious will U
sent out tliia spring, one to Smith's and
Jones' Sounds, and the other to nhrnnr's
o.u:. ni t ii ii i
"uni .liwniirur jrrnuu, nowcter,
The ladies of Iioeds have lakrn nn thn
slavery qucation warmly, and voted an ad
dress on the subject.
A meeting of American ladies recently
held at Milan, Italy, Mrs Catharino How
ard in the chair, Jane Gray. Secretary, hate
sent a spirited reply to tlio Dutchess of
ninnetiaiKi 3 ittininlttvc, silgpesting Uul
Knulish Indies have reforms to aeeiannliah
nt home ht foro extending their philanthropy
Mr llenld. Lola Montex's lnntunJ U
not ilrowneil, as reported, at Lishniu
Tfnsr.t -Some severe skirmishing has
taken placo between the Turk and Mon
tenegrins at Kirbancar, the I,ako of Sen
tati. Tho Turks lost liOO killed, and Uie
loss of tho Montcnegrines was also great.
Uoth parties havo thus broken the truce,
and !i,700 men havo joined the Montene-
Tlio Aughurg (1 incite aay the Port has
othcially announced tho blockade of Urn
coast of Albania, and the Turkish fleet bu
tided fur tho Adriatic to enforce it.
lULTiMonr, Jan. 2.1.
Parwfa from N. O. of tho lcth and ltlth
imts, givo tho following account of tha
ironunciamcnio ol Win Juan D Ulloa.
I'hc city of Vera Crux hat aeeonded tha
plan of Guadalajara. Tho.movcment bo
gan in tho castle of San Juan among tho
troops .which wcro to embark for Tampico.
Certain turtles of this citv had an under.
standing wiUi other In Uio caaUe, and Uio
sipnai arranged, wat me extinguishment
ol the light, in the light-bonne. No soon
er was thn light nut ont, and the podplo b
ganto give the signals on nch occasion?
the conseqticnco was tho ejection of the
aiithoritio. Tli military command of Uie
city is cxerclted by Hcnor Gamboa, andUiat
of Uie castle by Senor Yamary.
v.uu.u i.utiuii.wu wiw i v.rus move
ment, and advice to the samo effect axo
exectcd from Oraxaba.
Adi icea from the theatre of military op
erations stalo that ui actual moremcnt hat
taken placo cn oiUitr aide.
uairaslon dates to the IOtli are received.
The Indians had renewed denre.lnli.iiis In
the vicinity of San Antonio.
i no Mbcrian Kinlgranta on board Uio brig
'.cbra aro doing well.
A di'patch from Now Orleans informs
us that the revolutionist had met tho Got
crnincnt army which w commanded by
General M inon, in a regular batUc, and that
thu latter wa defeated, and the revolution
ists every whrro triumphant. President
in.,. ro.iKu-u ni ouico anil abandoned
tho Capital on tho (th inst. Tho return of
Santa Anna wna looked for. Hcnor Cro
vallea Judge of the Hnpn-mc Court, in tho
mcanUmo temporarily fills tho office of
President, by virtue of tho Constitution.
8o oh-iis another chapter and as a na
tion perluipt Uio last in Uia history of
Important from llnsslaw
Tlio following i an extract from a letter
just received from St. Pctcrtburgli, by a
mercantile housu in Itoaton, and dated De
"Thcro is a rt-nort that tho PI mi,. hs
entered ltiusia, and it prevalent at Astra
chan and anoUicr place. Tlio Kmptror has
ordered a military cordon of tixty or tcr
enty Uiousand in'ii to nrcvci-t its sd
ing further into the interior of tho country.
Mr Seward presented tlm memorial of
in. J. 1 ounir. of New i ork. rravme Uiat
Uie Constitution of the United StitesboBo
amended as to invest uowerin Conr-reus ho
as to iTtahliah a imifonn system of mar-
i.ni;-, unti iiiiii.ii us vioinuon. ni rivals
presented petitions in favor of the Home
stead bill. At half past 1 o'clock the Sen
ato went into execurivo session, and then
Iouse. Mr Carter, from Couuniltco on
Patents reiortcd a hill regulating the Re
ports of the Patent office and providing
..Lliitr.,..! ,.illM,.M u.,.i 'ri p
".-."'"..' ..iii.f-. i urovu. , iiu mil a uvn-
day and Wednesday in February wasaet
opart for Territorial business. Adjourned.
TirrsnAr, Jan. '2!i.
Hen ate. Ime before the hour of meet.
'nr the icalleriea and every standing place
was crowded, with men and women, who
had conic to hear Mr Soiilu speak on Cass'
Mr Cass offered a resolution concerning
tho Llayton llulwer treaty, which was laid
Tlm House, bill fortho tnppntwion of
rn,..1. !. . , - . r r-'i.: -
iiuuu. 1111111; iiunui,iima ui uiuiiii, SM'U" i . -
taken up, amended, and finally msdiimed. J""0 'nn felt at St. Pctersburgh,
ii. i ' i ... .i ,. , ' . .1 ithoueh in nimur tlmi. n. In ,.f
s.. n..k rfAui.r..iM i .U-1 T.,.i.i u
Stales. ' ' ' f" l,laat lwi 'i the ifth of February, tie
tl, I. I..J f,.r. ir th legal vot at IVemen'. Mectinc.
1 1 . 1 e I. . - . , Kuni. liiti. mmMi. II..I .11 h miM.iu v.iio ii.ii ui im- ibiiii, uvlCiraiinn is I. l .. .:. ,. -i-..i . .... ,s -.,--.. ......s.. iiij tiniib
iu.v.mn.rp.,7i..i:.ru.;-- .. , . ? i.tfn,. '"'"lu " noi oe preicnned mat Cuba, ordered out of Uiat cilvbr Uio Gov
"I'JJiL. lh . .nse ' .Z , V, 1 1 - Tl 7 1 nn "fount iN rffril . f."? P noran.lo.n is of any ernorGeneral.who would mt'oren give him
.ibjte4 his4 to m.rhjn.inoiistrarKe.-- a right to vote on Una q.itmn, but t ref-, lhe ),lmbl.r lllUrc,Ui ftk:niU cf ,jic , binding force, unauthonred at it wa by the a hearing, atnl !, refusril giving tlm Ilntish
MB,,trt-ilttT tU .UrL JX?rln mn U 0,0 ,ct l;'lf lU 'l"w n ' '"' aro confident 0r Uieir ability to treaty makini wwcr. I ''1 ny explanation whatever nf such
hfl MiJ Vluh?wT rfd' ,,,,,CTr,tc'- tarry it through Uiis session. 7 ' --il--- , an arbitrary measure, on Uie pita Uiat the
a Vv.l? -Pill' , "T . " . 07" A piece of land wat recx-ntly soldi Consul wai only vice-Con.ul, and Uiat Mr
frK. .nLlLnZTC Z "ord rT "rof.n T" " m it UkTT " r". ! "--Advlc from ill Uie neighborluwd of Uio Royal Kxchange, ! ritUI. subjt hai ing taken
lb. prttau ftrflh Sf. d ' of M..chueto., filty-foor Having, fl.nk., , H.vtna f lhe l.'.lh state tlist U.e official lnA... T. ,1. t.0r rum tKK) ,r .r,, out a carta aV rfonfoVto. which even- for.
, rr?m H 1 """27"" r"""t Uireeln Ilton, ami fifty -one. out of Hot-1 account or deaths ly Cliolera at SanUago, ' rS-. cigner is comrM.Hed
MtCtt (UstliCltav rim comaonr .... . ,.7. i , .... . rrt!latt9mnMhaVls umA.OiAn o-i- .. .i . .i - .m.i ,-. .,.? i .v
tiHac, nn th axi, of I Member. "TV 1Z Two of U .layer wt luid been con-
Hit rwje, m person, aiawnisierwi int , " i '"" , deimsht.
.unmsyttwnvert. Dr. I vra. In a W Ui. nount of deitt IS.40l,Wl-- The -IW iiasbeen fined fJIOO for an
d-wttij; Uie lacpl Chuff h of tht United The expense of managing these institution article on Iui Napoleon.
Kutrt, has riven Mia vry dvnta(rms Is about ,VL(K0. Tlmlrs-rMsoi.fdeno.iu' .
pmhrm. Hi. wife, si s. ssU.al first wmdly , lh. IIHUtntiooi since IStt s- fifteen mil-! 07" H."
CTirsjtst aw smeinissss sui irrm urjrin. it
dtfrsd him acalnsl tlie rttnarks'thj I'ni-
CT?" Ily the recent demise of his faUier. I tido in the is'snd.
IIoil Chat. G, Athcrton, of N. II., will I Tho CapUin General apjiear inclined to
come into possession of a fortano of about
Thosubieet of the Cnban and Monroe
doclrino was then taken up, and Buule it
noiy addressing tha Senate.
House. A message was received from
Uio President, giving Uio names of tho ofli.
cera of Uie Treasury w ho have presented
claims for extra compensation, iie.
A bill wat passod granting tho right of
way to the St. Loui and Iron Mot. Rail
road. Mr Seymour resumed hia remarks,
MrSoule finished ia speech upon Uio
Cilia question on Tuesday, as follow ;
Ho was opposed to Uio purchaso of Cu
ba, ami did not believe Spain would ever
consent to tell it; and predicted that, should
Uio timo arrive wl.tn the could not hold the
Island, she would bequaUi her sovereignty
' L7-UU actable fact, a. illu.traUng .. I,"" ,P"
the rapid increase of steam navigation, tiat M J" ",c MoDonnough will
'of the tn faumlred entries at the custom H" Ne,r Orhana ami IlslUn
Ikbs of dollars.
ustant ininisltrt who tecum;'
IVSop to Ueter.
Hrtfs TU firmnrtt hsd rretirr-J
dialb telb Irli art, aanouoclnj tlw
orjJwt4ii)d I" tba.
The Supreme Court dtci-
case in fsvur
rmtnm nr irieana ami luiumnre. and ad-
ss llilifsv last l'elnew i ork nn Tm-wlay, one hun- crsc to the Sutea of Uiuiiaru aitlMary-
fT? Jimsa Krurr.
year a member of the Vtnotnt lyin.!,. ' B,rJ hni e,Btl,r cre ef iiutirtitim by , land.
tar st Iourl dead in tu sleigh neat lu i
as iLsir, on Uk Ouih uh.
to hue (Sid rn a fit, while
He is siim..vl I Tr two l.l.r m.l.t.l.l.:. . K . 1 nl! ""'10 ,,,,I"J tiv"tln
Morning from 1 l 'ntlr f.ilej. w,,h habihtiZto' ,i.e I T I"" d .
Ta. iMtuinn 6t" Senator IVir In ntigbW, Utt be had ltn . boi-1 m"m 9000 were arrmti-d on Fri-
iwaMt with la wotWt4 thsnrt
Wa arriMfht of tat jwt in the eomuiu
(TJ" A Crystal Palace project it in agi
Ution at Ikiaton. Tho Transcrit say the
public nenf tut be surprised to set one
Uut ill be an honor to New England and
.Arwowni rucittr. wwcu was Md all t.., ri t i . . 7
Lia J XtAiUf. Tht uJ-Wl I MlddUVurr 1st wrek. eWlded to bold the mwsm. ,M..Ii tV.. 'i
oal VcniKit s-f Mr UlJisin's drsik. : i..ll'.l.ii I.,r,i,-.l... ti..im. .in,l . ,.,ii.. . '1' .. (Uul whole rtxirJrv
isllUwiil ssToihj issirnier rntit , s. , ,j i. .;M. r j... ,ctmulwVilOJii.nf.in Vi.-
Mr Vbits- ewsstwi, w?w happcissd to, . . . iP"" "M ndone cf lhr munber T,l' "n made in this country wat
" ". V fi" i uiiiiis pr ssir rsi.-si.wii .iior-.w rjif-.srw, to rule Mb-numa sml ,ir. n
lined to . . .i 1 1 . . i , . n
.upportthoGoveniorofsL J.go in toirKSss
i I - : - i i
w.t. as n,i....;..,. i. . I " voimwcniiL' ui muitiae aiisunii'u uy
bntthe qu"e. ;Vf,KH etUcd" fl "d " Kmopcan Sutes, he
,. . ...i.r.i... .....Jin ... i r Uiotighl the purchaso of Uio Island would
provoke n warwiUi F.ngland a certainly
.1... n.i.i n.i ' . '.i .,."..
.,.iLc i .K. .i.jv . :, . lUiMigu u wero ucnutroil ny lorcc. air .
-u. n .uni ln iiiv uvieiicu oi iimi iniurcil .1I...I" l ... ,i. i,n " . r si! . .
llritish Subject. j.iiw-uwiiiu lum-'iui ii-nja vrailipwn
Mt IU I... brougU letter, from U.o con-1 T,11?, f. 'f VI
stunted a0thoritii in St. J.go, to tosWy to T, "'"f1 ''"i
In high standing Uiere. To tho prcZut I f-uU ,'u1'1 !'' bo Lde, thoneaco and
tioiol .s i,.,. ;.r .i.. .,.." P!i i 'iny. "irting between tho .United
choree laid anintt lum. He olT. r. d M . ' l7U""' W '"'. .woV.u.bo 1"
rv. .i . . . uan
1 tore f.Kfu)rtLiil ntteil nut li.r iiralrait fii
C7" Au American gentleman, just re- ba, and oomnlamed that Mr Kverett had
though in former timej, a in Uie reign of
viuuimiiiu, h u,iJjf;u ai. illoscOW, '
I.t Masiaciii-ietti the coalition! now
effectually broken up. Tho election of the
Whig candidate for Governor, Mr Cur
roan, ha inflicted a deaUi blow upon Uiat'
iniquitous combination. Frcesciliiin hat
gained nothing by tho bargain, which it
leaders mado wild the Ixicofooo party, hut
pn the, contrary has lost much, in credit and
honor. The bargain wat based ujsin the
distribution of thi public officet, and It be
come perfectly plain that there wa not a
thought fnrthcptiblieiiitcretuinlhe wholo
affair. Massachusetts ha flourished in re
spect to her domestic institutions undortl
liiNtenug earo of Vhlg rulers, and Uio io
j'lo know it. 1ong will H be, we believe,
before Uiey give up tho management of
public affair into other hands. Middlo
town (Ct,) ConsUtuUon,
n IsM swair..t Kim il- ,.t.... a I in ' "Utit, J-ranee, ami Liiglaml, would bo en.
otaKof KnroSr.nd to '5, eMJ,, '", U'C "ft1
. 1 lure cx;iNinioii miea om nere tgainti
Au American lrentleinan. iust re. ba. srut nmnnltlmul lli.t Mr Kimll
tonri-d from China, was informed by a n-1 not sniwcrrd tho Uircat in any manner,
Uio Japanese Uiat the llmpr-or of Japan' Mr Cast follownd, reading a lctu-r t
" and -waiting for Uie American ex ' Je fTcrton, sliowing that the Monroe doct
a. axset kiwta Wfoit,
Ttnw ii iSa '"st".
pedition. A strict look-out
all oi ur the coast, wh
Wr. learn that, tho Troy and Boston
Railroad Company have leased ef Uie
Wcatern Vermont Railroad Company thai.
Jiart of their road ruuidng from this village
to Uie New York State Ihie a distance ef
about tcvcnmilAt for a term of years
and will commence rmming over the rose
in afewr dayt. Ho tlio vuxed, question u
at last settled. Whv .Uio exact terms
are,wo are not pjiared o ay,Ileiau,ii
ton 11 a imt-r.
GE.t, Sforr received more vote (bin
were ever t att for a Whig before. Tin
WlJir.partv.m-ver recaived tu, linrs a tiop-
doctriiMi ; njsr HU at at this Itst election. Geo,
t m. . , runs. sn.l mi-iMill..n ,.C -,.1.1, -M .M ...l.li. .u.
. . I . ' . i . - . . . . ------ , , rw i nun aiiii riur. i .- ....... ..c wvikti uuun Oliliva a r. I.l , . . ' i
' - - , , . -. - - -1 ' ... .
Jon-out i maintained , was rv4 eonnwd to protitt against the , Hi ott received UfW niore vote th.n
men is wen ci wuuironiKmpiaita wierveuuonuy the Holy Al-Gcii. Tavma, sftslKrj m
A sumlireosnnsnv is biin f. Vvnm r nf thr- i . n J . . Ar I--j . -
14 in Indi.n., wih . c.jitsl ef iiSffi). sny cr.t who wssiM fttaMi.h . ferge.
more llun Mr 1'cii.s.
uni'MfiVi nmre tlaiiGcn, IJassuo'.
lor action, rlw gcnUmtn predict that Mr Hew ard cot Uie floor.
rmtr.de will btopeotd with tint country After lhe reference of twin henit bill., Hon Thorn M. Foote ha-bcnaav
cavrpiorroTce. 1 tlie Btjiatt adj-mmH. fijtned atarsed'AfT.u. to Afrie...
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