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FOREIN NEIV5. ARRIVAL OF
The f.tearaship Ihbernin, nrrivcd nl
Boston, ycsterday, nt 5 12 P M. By
Expreau, we received lhi- morning. at 1-4
bcfore 6, a copy of Wilraer t Smith's
Europenn Times of llio 19th ult. from
whicli we innke our tnmmnry. 'I'lie nows
is not of special imporlnnce.
Death ofthe last ofthe Stuarts.Ohi
Jnmi's Stuart, comtnntily known by the
oarae of Jemmy Slrenglh, dted on Thurs.
day mo.-ning tho lllh.nged 110. Uis
clealh was causGd by sn injurv which lie
roceivud from a full.
A contidcrablc degree of languor Iias
pervaded our mcrchnntile inarUcU the
past for!.ni"bt, parlieulnrlr williia the pas!
wcek. Cotton hn.H becn much atTeclcd i
bv the ncw3 broutiht frnm Iho Unitcd
Siatesby thestcamer Caledonia, and pri
cesthavo declined 1 Sd. to 3-ld. pcrlb
In othcr American pruduco thero is httl
that callsfor coiument.
Parliamcnt met nfier the Eastnr bol
lidays on Mondny, and thc popular branrh
ofthc legislature hns since cngaged 10
the considerntion of a number o! inuluur
ioti. but n(t vcry absrbing qtiestiom.
Stale Piosrcytions. Mondny bcing
tha lirsi d.iy of Easter Turro, tho vicinity
of tlio courtsof law was crowded by an
expcctarit muititudc, who worcon tha tip
toe of cxpecialion to learn the sentence
of tha contictcd conspiratcrs in the l.ite
fctalo trials. Inoy ivcre, honever. dissp
poiutcd. The cosirt sat, the city and
countv grand jurics wcre sworn, a fo
motions of nolice of gcnernl inleret; were
heard, and thu court adjuurned. without
the r;amo cf O'Coabcll or his cate being
onco mentionod throughout the day.
Thc attendnnco of Mr O'Connell and
tho resl of tlic trnvcrsem, at the Law
Courts, altracted large croud of person
who. hoivcver, quietly dispersed on hoar
ing tio mattcr of inlcrest re ating to
the S:atc Tnals wouid como oa till
Gexehal Tosi Tno.Mn. We noticed
in our la?t tlio cxtreordinnry aniiraliun
which this tiuy ptccs of hmnamty had
crentcd in thc mctropr.lis nf England. IIis
Rttraction is nnt only unilimiuuhed, but
increases daily, and the "Gencral ia run
nflcr by tho great London uorld witb an
carncstncss and ictpnsity akin to that
which is gcncrnlly folt tn 'runninj frora a
J'lio Treaty which has beon recenlly
enlcred into bctwcon the Zclierin of Gor-
many and ths United Slate, has not e
cap"U inc notico ot tno unlnh t rcss
Th.i sdniissii.n of Amorican tobacco into
Germanv, at a lower duty, to bo fullowod
by tho ndniissiun of the mnnufactiirej of
Gorruiiny into the United States,on favor-
abio ternis 13 not calculateu to prove vcry
palataulo 111 lnglaad. trai)9 to ur
tho Unitcd States aro fired into from tvo
cpposite nyarters by tho "prutpclionists
on the ono liand, and frco tradsr oa tbe
I.nuis Phillipps, who has distinguishod
nimielt uy bu prosecutors of tha pros
is ncJding to tlio numbor. i he edilom o
tho Oazo'.tc da Franco and cf tho Nation
newspaperi vero on Saturday condenincd
to ono year's imprisonmcnt andafineof
12,000 francs oach for a Iibol on tbo Gov
IN'DIA AND CfilNA.
The intsiligencj bronght from tho East
13 of tno rnot Fatisfactory character.
Peare and tranquility prpvail throughout
tlia whule of tbo Uritish possesjioas in In.
ISernadntto, King of Gwedon is dcad
almoat the last (Soult cxcepted) of ihe
carly and succossful soidiers of Napol
Qi:coa Victorin and princo Albert wero
to mu rrussia in May.
Ihe Appeal of Mr O'Connell to the
II0U39 of Lordi is a!l nrrangcd. Jlean
timo, grand banquets wcre in proparation
lor nim at Cork and Uublin.
Tho Q.noe.1 of the Bolgians arrived at
Vooiwich on tl.o 3d on a visit to Quean
ictoria. King Leopo'd was oxpsctod to
Tho aciion of the Judgea and tho IIou:o
of Lords 011 the marriage qiicstion dcct-
dinc mar.-iagps bctwcen Ep'scopalians
rre-.oyienans, solemnizsU by fresliyter
ian clercyraen, to bo illegai was exci
tmg grcat alarm and indignalion among
ino rrotesianl jicpululion ot Ireland
whcrosuch ruarriagea have been frequent.
1 rtr; KEi.iaiors A.NMvtasARir.s. Our
columus caiitiniic to be fdleil with the repor's
of the doiugs at th reii"ioa3 amiiversjrics.
Much of thia inatler displajing as it docs the
beucvolcnt :nd religious movemcuig of the
day, is of great inieicr.: lo tha pulilic, and
will merit ihe attcntion of nll thinl.'iDg cicn.
The Hoo. Theodoro Frcelingliuyscn, it will
be sccn. hohls a cou? pkuou'i place amonc the
actorsin thcse itixrtf-tiag niectiugs. Huw
much cf good, a:;d nf ber.cvoltnce, is thero
in the movsrneBt1. ajd doings of the T;act
Socieiy, ofthc Hurse Missioaary Society,
nnd of othersocU-tics, nhose iuceliugs Iiave
been orare to he held!
The Anti-S!avcry Pcoplc have Lcen ad
dressed, we see, by Aiin Stcwart, theirprio
pipal orator, Lloyd Garrison, Abbcy Kelley,
ea J that crew arr goinf:, we learn, to shake
the dust of their foet aginst thb city, and
pitch their camp 10 liustan. They caimot it
sceins get steara cuon:h herc. Well, nrlieu, I
A clieerlul adieu : 1 lie Sociahsts, ith their
orator. Mr. Col!in, and his assistnnt, Mrs.
Rosc, held anothrn:etiiis last night. The
came-outcrs have uotyet appeared in public.
Three neir gects, we may ndd, have npruug
intovitality the pastyear. tbese Come-Out-srs,
llie Fourieri'ts, or Associatiouists, aud
the Suciaiists. Ho;v m.iny shall we have for
for a year to come 1 Wbo'can tcll? JVr. ir.
tion eaa excaia such revenge as has becn
taken. American borncitizens ougbt to be
ashamed of it, for they have not tbo cxcusc
of an ignoraut Irish population, tbe plca of
prejudice, of religious fanaticism, and of ig
uorance. V,eare ama7.ed,that,fortbrcc daysormorc,
a riot resulting in the loss of $0 much Iife,
and tbe coullagration of eo many dwelliugs,
could be prolonged iu any city of this Unioo.
The uuaccountable apathy ofthc civil gov
ernment, :,nd of eII-minded,"clear-reasoning
People, has not yct been explained, and can
hardly be, we suspect, inilcss a stupor came
over tlieniindsof mcn, from the blood that
has b ecn so inhumauly shcd at tho outbreak
of the diiturbances.
In selthug up tbe loss by tbese disturban
ces, nchope it will bcrigidlyinsistcd that the
ciril comimmiiy iu nhich Kcnsmtonis,ball
fully pay for the loss of property, and of limb,
and ifit could be for thclois of Iife. Tbere
is no way to briug the whole population to
the aid ofGovcnuncut than to coinpcl them
to bear taxes for the iiijuries inflictcd by an
archy. Ileavy taxes to pay for tho triumph
of uiobsarctbcgreatest preventatives ofauar
Corrcspocdence of the cxpress.
rAniKGTox, May 10.
Mr McKay called for theorders ofthc day.and
the to reduce theTaritf wis biought tefote
tue ilouse ol Kerresentuivcs.
Mr Barnard was alloived to addrcss llicllousc.
Jlr Jlclvay, yieldijjg for that pnrpose. Mrliain
ard, exatnincd very clcarly and ably. tlie whole
question ol thc Taritf, oir.iltir.g notln'r.c' that he
cjuld compress in an hour"s eech, having a
tearinc unon the s.uljcct.
Mr Bainard spokeliis hoar. Sereral corape-
lors roic mr tue noor, lui as was unuersiooii in
Ihe raoniios; the chairgave the floor to Mr .1c
Kay of N.U., who addiessed ihe Ilon-e to close
theileLaie. Ite spuke sgait. t the 'i'arilTof Ifal'2
andjia rcfrrcncc 10 tie Comrfiittce cl"'ajs and
Uans. Mt McKay saiJ he should vccture np
on the bold propoMUon that thc lovr duties ot the
Comprombe Act uould produce niore revccue
than ihe Tariffof l&li. To provctliis,it wasar
gued that the low duties of the Comproni:e Act
bad not a fair trial while tl.c Tariffof 'ii had had
more than a fair experiment.
urucKar spokc his hour, whcnaraembcr frora
Ter.n. raovedilie Previous Questioa. A call of
the liouse was more J acd ordercd. Th nnmt-er
ol'merabers who acsnercd tu their names were
S!X). Theabscntees ere then callel, aud 03
iccmbera jmsneied. The abicnttcs t eie ussrs
Arrington, Black, of Ga., A V Brovin, Hays,
D-nnis, Pariy, Jlcad, J u Rcad, Tildca, Tuckcr,
ltu?crs and Thasmilh.
The P.CL was Ibcn sccondcdby a tote of 93
nr Elraer, ot Tf. J. asked if it wonld lc in order
to lay the bill upoo Ihe taMe.
7'he Speaker said it would.
The yeas aad nays were called and the rote
was 10 J tO VJ, AND TUE BlLL Wll OXPtKLDTO LIC
A scece of coafasion worse coafoundsd,f allow
ed, in the raiJul of vhich ur Irvia cf Pa., raored
a rccoaideraliua cf the vote.
The P. Q.. va called, and in the midst cf this
mstioa a proposi'ion was raads to adjoum and
At half pasl S P. u. the chair annoBnced the re
sullofMruc Clclcaod'sinotioo 10 adjoum. Itwas,
Ayes 7.. Noes 126.
A t lliis raomat whea Totcswerc most prccious
ur Goggiu of Va , entcicd thc Ilall and was qual
iiicd. wr Payne of Ala., raoved tlie postponeraeat cf
the I'ill, and j ending his vote ir Artington cf IS".
C. came iu whichbalacced MrGorrinsro'eagain.
The moiioa toriostponewas ne;atirej by tbe vote
ofl03to0d. Tbe tcsult of this vote was rather
astonishirg, and tefore 3 r. m. :r Urcmgoole the
lll-wether of the loco foco flock, moved cn ad
jouratncrit. The yeas and nays were called for,
and ordered. i
MrHiJmcsofS. C. addedtothe reneral eon.
fusioa, by inutions to 1 excuted t'rom votiaj,
and hii reasons were lu.licnnis encugh to amuse
th? Vhie acd ciake Lis own politicsl friecds an-
gry. tie 101a ine irutu uy ruating that the vote
cculd l es vell taken now as to-inoiro'W, and
by hiatinjj that the reaon why they did not vote
now was occau.ve a caucus was in emhrro.
MrUolineswas called toorderflrst by Mr El
raer, and thca by the Speaker, and finally gave
up the fjiiost and uithdrew his moticn. The
tlouse tben votw ayes yu. noej 113, not to ad-
lhs qnestionreturcea upon reconsidenng the
vote by which the new tann" bill was laid ur.on
the table. The veas and navs were ordercd at
quartcr past thrce. The vote was aycs 90 asys
101 aud iLc House rcfused to reconiidcr zzi
tlius enils Jir iicitays l anU UilL
iacnouse uicn aajjurced.
Corrcspoodcnco of tlie Exprcss. '
WAsni.NOTos , May 11.
The Senate. after devotiugfourof five pro
tracted Exccntivc session to the case of f.Ir
Tappan, ycsterday bronght it to nclose.aflcr
a dUcutsion ofabout Cve honrs. Slr Tappati
has neither been expelled or censurcd, but
allowed to cscapc by inaUug a stiitallc apol
osy to the Senate fur violaling tba injunction
Mr Tappan, I belicve, thinks he bas donc
good service tothe country.by exposiug what
bc regards as a most infamous treaty. His
ov.u conscicucc is tbereforc casy upon thc
nftcrwards thn afTidavit makers will prove
it w.n honoraldy dono. - I shail ncvcr be
forgivcn bajtng given my opitiinn in favor
cf U'llkinson's0 authority last winler ; nnd
thh h tho root of hcll that- now turncd
looso aiiainst mo."
THOMAS HART BENTON.
Correspoadenco of the Express.
Wasiiimoto.n, May 12.
The Locofocos, in grand caucus assem
bled, last eveaing, agrced to tho lTtltofJune
for thcadjournincntof tbe two Ilouscs. Tbe
Senate have namcd thc 27 of May, but will
be glad to coucur to tkeearlicst day named
by the liouse. If tho caucus plan, tbereforc,
is carried out to-morrowin thc House ofRep
reseutativcs, Cougress will adjourn iu Cve
weeks from to-morrow.
Itis not yet kuown who will bo Secretary
of tlie Trcasury. The uaincs f.oatins; for tbe
office are Albert Tracy and Gov. Marcy, of squarc to tho westward of Second st. wcre
N. Y Mr Giceu. of N. J., and Alexander Ua set on fire. Bctwecu 3 and 4 o' clock
Evcrett, who has becn in the city for amontb thesceneof conflagration as teirific. It
past. Mr Nelson, the Attorncy General.slill coutinued throughout tbeevening.
uoius on 10 uis oince ucre. uui iias icss io
say of Van Burcn I prcsume than forrucrly.
THE PIIILADELIUUA RIOTS.
fr?"Ve cive thefollowing further parlicu
lars frompapers rece'ned last night byllecch-
er s .xpress.
From the PhUadclphia Inq. of ThwsJay,
ST. MICIIAEL'S CHUnCII AND OTII-
ER BUILDINGS BUKM.
Between 2 and 3 o'clock ycsterday after
noon. St. Micbaet's CatholicCburch wasdis
covercd to be on fire the tnilitary at the
time hcinz in tho irutnediate ncizbborhood
It wascridcntly set oufire by stealtb.as tbere
was neither riot nor outbreaic at the time.
By half past 3, the roof fell in with a tre-
mendous crasii. wbicn was uailea oy tue
shout3 of themultitude.
Sevcral houscs in the immediate vicinity
wcre also destroycd by fire. At the time thc
eburch was buruiuz, thice houscs about a
Inctideotvan JJureii 13 settinj in more
slrongly agaiu, notfiomchoice, bnt frora no-
cessity. The Tcxas mania is subeidiug sluw-
ly. The Senate have or will have a propo-
sition to discurs the Treaty wilh opeudoors,
the cflect of which nouldbcto cncsuinetwice
as much time as otherwise would be occu-
pied upon the subject. The Treaty 13 not
yet reported from the Comraittee on Foreign
i ,: rn, . 1. r.i. t, . 1
MORE OF KENSLVGTON.
Such is the destruction of private proper
tv, that in all tbe streets in West Kensinzton,
small Aioerican flaes, or in tbe abcnce of
thtstarsand stripes, bits of tri-colors are
hungfrom the upper windows-of the houscs
to deunte that its inmates are under its pro
tection. V11 to a latc hour in thc ni;ht, the fircs
were ragiag in Kersiuglon, and thoutmost a
laim aml cxcitement prcvailed. Afcwguns
cr, is as well knonn as if the Conimittee had were re' bul probably they were mcrcly
renorted. The Southern Locofocos w ill charsed with pondcr. The cxcitement and
ibout all that will t upport the Trcaiury, and panic were lcanul
probably not all of tboje.
Corrcspondence of the N. Y. Com.Ad;-.
WasuiKOTO, Wedneeday, May 15.
Mr Wickliffe bis said to his friends that he
has no idca ofreigning hisolHccasl'oatmaa
THE CITV UNDER PATROL,
At thc sujgestiou of the Mayor, thc citi-
! rcns mct in their respeclive wards last evcn-
ing, and appointcd Committecsof Palrolfor
eacli ward, the object being to preterve the
pcace of the city. The following "13 the
There is reason to believe that the spirit
01 uisoroer rjging iu tne country, is ahout to
The Cass lettrrhas not yet appeared, but
it is nell t.nown thatif itdoea. it will nrnve
- .. .... . - 1 . 1 : . - -1 - . . 1 . 1 ,
lailure. It vtill not jatisly tlie annexation . f i,cuu o ias city, ana, 10 sees vent
party, but it will go far enouh to destroy his In tl?B destruction of property nnd altack up
ronularitv. if he has anv.with the anii-nnncT- n Iife.
Tbedebates in Executive scs3ion are said
to be exccedingly exciting. You may hear
Beuton roariog lile a liull, and occasionally
tbe thrill vuice of Walker ai you past near
the Northeast cornerof the Capitol.
The Senate sat three hoursand a half with
closed doors, ycatcrday.
iATLt ur TOiTXat.
In the House, this morning, Mr Ilopkir.s
reported a bill to teduce thc ratcs of post- '
Mr II. nored that the bill and reporl, bo
printed: and also thc minority report, and
that both be referred to the committce of tbe
hoIc on the slate oftho Unioo, nhicb was
agrecd to. t
A'r II. cxpressed ibe Iiope that the Ilouis .
wonld take upthe subject at avcry earltjday. '
This is not thc Senate bill, but a new one.
It sitnply proposcs ihe adop'inn of dccimal
ratei halfa diine, inttead of aix cents; a
dimcinstead of 121-2 cents; two ditnei, in
stead of 25 cents.
All good citizens desirous to preserve thc
public peace, are required to prepare thcm
selves to pitrol tbe streets, to reiist all inva
sions of property, and to prest rve tbe pub
lic'peacc, by resistance to every attcmpt to
Each ward is requestcd to mcet immedi
ately at the place of their usu.il ward elec
tion. J. M. Scott, Mayor.
About 6 o'clock last tveninir, a large body
of trocps headed by Sherilf McMichael and
Gcncrali Pntterson anil Cadwaladcr, procee
ded tothe scme of the riots in Kcnsington
and remained tbere during the ni"ht.
Mr iMansrum of N. C. nrosenled a sinnilar rae.
morialfroma ?.IrScetwa.er. whostatcs thithe
settlea not long sincr, ai He suppoed, in Arkan
sas uat ven1 unwittiielvar.d unwillir.clv hefound
himself in Teias. lledesires to get back wilh
mmseuiainiiy acu siaves.
JlrSeviersaiJ there were many such cases,
but hoped they would be agrceably scttleJ 1 etbre
the session clo.cd, by the aihniwon nf Tcxas.
The ini-aiorhd was jeferred to the coinmittc
on the Judiciarj. JlrTallmadge pKeuled a me
morial from N. Y. apainst the admission of Tex
as. Mr Hives presented ouc fiom Madtson counj
ty, Va., for the aumisiion of Teias.
.llrArcherprcseatedamemorial from Peters
burj, Va., against any chan"e of the TarifT.
A ioict resolution was reijorted authorzirc C.
SI. Ililler, ofthc Patent OlDcc to take out a pa-
Jir Haclmstnn, from the Comniittee on rom-
merce reported iu favor of ihe indefiaiie postponc-mcntofthellilliore-modcl
the Consular rsial)-!
Mr Ciittendcn made the same moticn in f"er.
cnce to the Armv Bill whicli r.-isv-l TTnio
Mr Ilujer of S C. proposcd a resnlutiou takir.g
mcasures 10 remove n.c naval monumnt frnm
tfce westlrontof the Capiioland place the itatue
of Washinsion in its flace.
The Senate at an carly hour procecdcd to thc
Tappan buMness in Exerulivesession bv vote of
HOIl. Mr Millcr 01A. J. onnosed ih mntinn
desiria? that the District Bank Bills shouM he
The Scaatc are enraced in an cxeitin? disenc-
sion npon 1 appen's case. Mr Benton s roaring
ld UC41U iUdr Uii.
Co"ori, Thursday. Joha M. Nileswas
cwoin iu ni.d took his seat as Senator from
Iu tbe House. sevcral repottj were made.
and the reuiainderof tbe day wasdirtcled to
thc Edsieru liarbors bill.
Tbe bill to fix a uniform day for Prciiden
tial Electoi patsscd by a vote of 141 to 34.
Tns Pit:LttKT.PiiiAKioTS We give in
our columus copions acrounts of the cruel
nnd bloody doinps in Philadelphia, with au
indigualion it is iliCicult to stirprese, and an
amazement, it is dimcult to descnhe. No lan
iise of fire arms which tho Irish population
incre rnane m crccr 10 orcaK
Correspoudence of the Express.
Thesummarv dispositioa of ihe TnrifT Riii-
yesterday, iu tbe House of Kepresentau'vcs, has
sivcu iu dyiwi uiauy spccuiauons. it was
however, an evcnt to have t-een cxpectcd, and no
caucus raaiiageinent, I think could have made the
Thc Bill would have been rpieet.r hs ,t.or.
becn the tcst vote, by the same majoriiy it was
iaiu uii uie tauic. 1 nci.ainounmen in ttic llOuse
aflectto beoutragcd by the resnlt, tut it was as
as well knowniourmonths sinceasnow, and the
precisc courw: was thcn prcdiclcd. By thc vote
in tue iiouse 01 ueprcsentatives, the Kcnate arc
savcdthetroubleot doing wbat the Houie has
The Iiouse have but two Appropriation
Lills to pass upon now, and may adjourn, if
mey wiu, upcn tue yytn ot ilay, tuc day fix
ed upon by the Senate. The two appropri-
anuu UIU3 iu iic acieu upon, are tnc ucneral
Appropriation Bill and tbe Navv Annronrm-
tion Bill, both of which may easily bcdispos-'
rd cf in a few davs. In Ip-;l-i;rn 1,
fureily enough dcpict the the Senale are aliead of ihe Iiouse ofRcprc
Pu'ilic fecl at tho airocious ' sentativcs. but' Exccutive L.i.
upon the fcemte. There are wholc scorcs
of nominations to be acted unon. nnd .
of them very iinportanr, besidcs th!.
un a neacihlo
Native American mectine, nor canit ctti
earnejilyenouchtheindignation crer.ted by the Texas Trcaty.which MrTylerhasthrown
iuo vran mr-. :n v. inc.i xjuvc ueeu reported to mto tuc ccuate 10 msturb the benate to il'o.
f . i ... . . . . . .
mru me cuuinrj. ji is aouutlul, tncrefore,
irCongressmaynotbektpt in scssion be
yond the close ofthe present inonth, acd per
haps to the roiddle of June. All admit that
the session is ncnr to c clois. E. B.
in order to redrns its wronss.
liorror tsrst felt aglinat the murderers of
merjcan ciiizensta turnediuto angeraeainst
!0S8 who wa3 firct wronged. Nq provica-
J'ro.-n tlte Allany Argui.
Tho Evening Journal of yesterday ex
prrDses tho warment indignalion Itccauso
tho indepcndant abolitionists dccline to
support lionry Clay. Tho "Tract 011
Duelling" sccnia to mako tho U'hig or
gnn particularly sour, as tho pople can
ecarccly think that a profcsscd dueiliat,
liko thc Whig candidnte, is wcil qualified
for tho ccol disclinrgo f tho duties of a
Prcsident of tha Unitrd Stnles.
From ihe Albany Journal.
Tho Argus cjmtsto the ai'l oftho "in
dependent nbolitionials." Wo wantcd
thia evidence that ths coalitinn was com
pleto. It is now appr.re nt that the "inde
pcndent abolitionists" know their men in
tippcaling to tho tupporters of Vnn Bnrin
for "Donations." '1 he "Norlhcrn mati
with Soutliern principlcs" thotigh a prac
tiscd polilical Equestrinn, will find ditft-
cully in nnnaging thrao two horses. His
coalition with tho "indepcndenl abolition
ists, oftho North will not onlv open thc
oyes of nll honet Abolitioniila.but unhorss
Inni at the houth.
But thc Argus has anolhor Anli.DucI
ing spasm. The State Prinicr is again
shockcd at tho idea of nceing n "professcd
duelliat" in Iho Prcsidential Chair. He
thinks such a inan not "qualified for tho
cool discharge oftho duties" ofChicf
Mngistrate. We know how inflexiblo
the Argus is upon all questionsof mornls
and conscicnce. H'c know how sternlv
tha Stato Printer seta his faco ngains't
Due'ling ; but when hc reccollccts that
he has occasionally winked at the friend's
inliimity, pcrhaps tho olfcnccs of Mr Clay
in (his respcct, will not kccp him awake
The StatP Printer supporlcd Get Jnck.
son for Prcsident nftcr he killcd Dickinson,
IIOUSE3 AND OTIIER BUILDINGS
Durincr the aftcrnoon, tbe larze school.
fanncrly conductcd by thc Sistcrs of Chari
ty, at Kensington, was btirnt to tbe grotind
by the populacc, togcthcr wilh scveral ueigh
boring houscs. Thc Scbool Iiouse, and 50
private dwelling houscs, all in Kcnsington,
arc now in smou'uerinx ruius.
Tho house of Alderman Ciark. :!:? that
of his brother, and the house and store of
l!Ir. Graham, and the houie of Mr. Mander-
son, wero all conipleiely stripped and tom
out aud soon after sunduwn several houses
wcre fired in sight of tho troops,
ST.AUGUSTINE'S CHUKCH BURNT.
On returning into thc city we found an im
raense muhitudo in froot of St. Augustiue's
Churcb, 1-ourtb street below Vinc, in the ci
ty. They trc addrcssed repeatedly by May
or Scott but still the riot kept on, although
a larre boily ot l'ulice did their best to nre
vent. Aty 1-2 the windows wcre dashcd in.
At this momenta troop of horse charged
through and diepersed the crond. They ral
lied, again attuckcd the chureh with fury.and
forced an entrance. A second charge, aud
they again dbperscd and soun after the
building was entcred, and all thc nirdoirs,
doors, many seats, icc. shattcred.
!y this time. the Chureh was on fire, but
tho Haines were temporarily smothered. The
engines soon arrived. All sorts of crics were
raised fonic ol applausc and someof con
demnation and the troops were applaudcd
forlbeir etrorts by thc more distact portion of
By ten o'clock the building was in flamcs,
which coniinucd to burnuntil tho wood work
was destroycd. The firemcn were present.
butdid not play upon the burniug chureh,
alihouzb they did upon the nei?hborins nron-
erty. The alann was soundcd fora lonir time
by the State Itotise Bell. and this together
with the great hght, produced by the burn
ing unurcn, urcw togetuer an immense mul
Thc Mayor with his policc did their utmost
to prcservo the Chureh. He stood on
emiucncc nearly iu front of the edifice, an
made several eainest appeals. But thecrow
was overpowcring, and thc frequent rusbes
that were made, causeu cnmusiou and alarin
aud rcudered every thtns hk couccrtcd pre
vcutive action on the part of tbe police utter
There was, we arc told, no person in th
chureh nt the time the kcvs of the build
ing having bren given to the civil authorities
m tuc afteruoon. ihe cnpola fell about a
quarter past ten o'clock. The fourbuildings
on tne oppoMte siue 01 jtne street wcre on
fire, aud were considerably injured the heat
bciug so mtense in the immediate
; of ccrtax'y. v.htu the destruclloa of Iife and
property 'm:!d ccasc.
Ai i "o'clock this inoiniug ne wcre ou the
ground of actiou, thers bting bel'orc xis the
rains of 30 houses, and a Inrje -markt-: that
liad bcna contumed by fire. -Thc streets cvcn
then lvcic crottdcd, ai.d most of the hcuses
in the ucuhhorhood deserfd or sl.ut up
whole families having hed to thc luucr part
of the citv for secufity. Three conipauies
of voluutcers were par-aed on thejromiu
They had preserved the pcace since nudnight,
aud protccted thc fircmen in subduiug thc
llauies. The clemcnts of destruction, how
ever, wcre on the ground. Thousauds aud
tens of thousands of persons wcre there and
iu thc neighborhood collected in groups, and
crvinc for veuzeance.
The persons killed orwoundcd werealmost
all citizens of Philadelphia, and all Anicri
cans. They were all pcaceable people, and
had assembled there chitfiy to seo what was
going on. They wcre fired upon by the Iriih
from the various houses occupicd by that
class in that neiKhboibood. The Native A
rcericaus bcing uuahlu to dialodge them, fired
the buildinzs. A fine new Catholic Chureh,
and a parsonatre adioinius, inhahited by the
priests, was saved by the cnergy of thc mili
tary; but when nenercouthe ground, the
populacc could, wilh grcat difOcuUy, bc re
strained. The Police of tbe city was of no
avail, and it will be oning entirely to the Mil-
itarv, if the destruction cnds whcrc it is.
The Catholic clergy were cudeavoring to
appease their own people and thc citizens gcn
Several, and wo belicve all, tho Catholic
churches iu tho city wercguarded by persons
who worshipped thcrc.
Thc loss of Iife on tho part nf tho Irish is
very suiall. 1 hey were all witlun their btul
dings, where they could not, except with
great difficulty, be dislod;cd. Every good
cilizcn, whether Catholic or Amencan, is us
ing his iufiucucc to rcstore pcace aud order.
to declnro tltat thc duty cnwoolisan insult to 1
think ve.hcforc thc country would be flcodcit t Soyttiour.oirnuiis,
Jtr'jnicr, Ritter. Rock-xeUt J'.ij-rrj, xir--
Hr.-. 'i, J. 1.
wilh foreigu wool, keepiog docn tlie domes - i - J'- - : - bte'.; f
11c anicie 10 m. ccms, nwn Jmt 'Jjier, '. uncr. '...v.;'-,-, Vi.i',.n,
riss nndcr the pieseni tarilT to J5,?ud perhaps I ;Jfrf!t ll'hrutoit, li'hUe, H .'JV..
Wcdnesday May 22, 1S44.
For ffce Prcsident,
A sound ioft"ono Currency, rcgulatcd ly
the tcill and aulliority of the nation :
An adequaU retenue,tcitli a fair proiection to
American industry :
Just restraints on thc executire rotcer, cm-
bTacini; a furlhcr Testrictivn ontJieexerciie of
thc I cto:
A faithful admir.islrallon of the ublie do-
nain, mth an equilatde dutrihution of thepro
cecds cfthesales ofit among all thc Statcs:
jin iioneat and cqual administration of the
Gcneral Goxemmtnt, lcatintr public ofiicers
pcrfect frccdcm of thcught, and oj the righl of
sujiage, bul ram tuiluule reslratnts against
improjier inlcrftrtnce in clcctions.
An amendmenlof thc Conslitulion,lir.iitir.g
thc incumltnl ofthe Prcsidential ojp.ee to a tin
gle Tcrm IJMl Y CLA Y.
LOCO FOCO P11IXCIPLES.
Tothe Viclors lclona the Spoils the es
lablishment of the Sub-trcasvry sicarms of
lsCg-ircasurcrs lowicages aslanamgarmy
and extravagant erpendilnres of the public
monev "Pet Banks" and raz monev Jle-
pudiation Uorrism tislation of the latc of
f. J.-. i : cj . J
wfi'tM icimg me oiuic-5 oppvsiuon
toa sound and vr.ifurm currency opposilion
to all u-hig mcasures andichig principUs.
Ihate at no time, nor any where, htsilatcd
lo express my decided disapprolation cf the
TariJTactat thelasl Stssion, as vell in tc-
spect to the principle vponirhich it is founded.
as lousactails. MAIimt YAXUUREX.
more for prime lots. Last year the fr.rmer3
were dcceivcd by thc same hue aud cry for
waut of protection on wool, by the Ptriot
aud other locoforos, who aro now evincing
their sincerity iu Congress by attevpting to
rcduce it at least oncthird. But, brother far
r.ierB, look out for the mcn who cry out that
the whig tariff is good for notliiug. They
wolild have it so. What are the intcrests of
the toiling people to raeu who caufatten ouly
on the spoils. Uuless some cxtraordinary
V Wrirhr. nnd Yor.t 105.
N.T3 Mc.;ms. Audononi AlViejou, Pry
Icy, Bclsor, Bcalim, janiea A. Blu.L, R'. xtk
wcIl.BoKer, BwvUm, ilovd, W. J. iiio.v.i.
Burke, Burt, Caldwell, (Jjmpbeil, S. Cary,
Keuben Cbapman, Augujtus A. Chapman,
Chappcll, Clintou, C. Cohb, Colcs. Cross,
Cullom, Dauiel, John W. Davis, Dawson,
Dean, Douglass, Dromgoole, Duacau. Dun
Iap, Ficklin, Hale, Ilamlin, Ilainmet, Haral
son, Hculy, Herrick, Holmes, Iloge, Hop
kins, Honston, Hubbard, Iltighes, Hungcr
ford, J. B. Ilunt, Cave Johnson.G. W.Jcnss,
Andrew Keuuedv, Prcston Ivin!r,Labranche,
evcnt should occur, your wool, we assure ! Lcouard, Lucas," Lumpkinj.Lyon, McCiaus-
you, will fetcii more this year than last, aud lui, iMaclay, icLleliaiul, utctJlernand, Mc
i, will tetcti more tms year tnan tast, auu nn, lUaciay, .iciiei:aiii, mcuiernand, ilc
youcan rcasonably desirc;at least 10 cents ! Connell, McDowell, McICay, 3Iatlhew, Jo
, , . ur rpi. . seph Morris, Murphy, Norris, Owen, Pavnr,
what last year was sold for 34. The at- E u Polc VnK Ralbbu $ g!
temnls of locofocoism to break dou ths ta
rifffor the present scssiou have failcd. This
will add to the firmness of the markct for
wool, by imparting new cnergy to tho manu
factuters and cxtcnding their operationa.
IMPORTATION OF WOOL.
Astatement exhihiting the quantity and vzl
uc of wool imported duriugthe yoars 1840
41, 42, and '43.
Not cxcecd. 8 cis. Exceed. 8 cts.
Pounds. Dolls. Pounds. Dolls.
0.303,992 075,003 574,748 171.0C7
11,400.701 931,281 59G.C4G 273,6(52
10,637,251 C35,ai0 733,701 111,733
4,773,063 402,795 240,570 CG.3S7
Under the act of 1SS2, Wool not cxceed-
ing 8 cts. pcr pound was fres ol duty ou im-
Under the act of 1842. Wool not cxcced
ing 7 cts. pcrpouud Is subject to a duty of 5
per ccntum au valurem.
Coarsc Wool uuder 7 cents per pound
Year. Puuuds. Dollars. l)uty.
Imported in 1S43, 4,773.033 4C2,763
Dcduct imp'd ur.der
tho 2olhsection of
tho act of 1842, 51,059 3.C32
Ileid, Keding, Relfe, Rhett. Koberts. Ilobin-
soii, St. John, Saunden, Thomas II. Sey
mour, Simpson, Slidell.Rohert Smilii, Steon
rod, John Stewart, Sliles, Stonc, Slrong,
Taylor, Jacob Thompson, Tibbatts, Weller,
Wentworth, Woodward and J. A Wright.
Ahscnl. Messrs. Arrington, E. J. Blxck.
A. U. Bron, Goggin, Hays, Jameson, Pur
dv. A. II. Rcad, C. M. Eeed, Xodncy, Th.
Smith aud Tucker 12.
locofocracy of Vermont hivo at lut
4,722,024 759.IC2 at
per cent. is 22,953 15
Treasury Department, Rcgister's Office,
Warcli i:t, 1814.
T. L. SMITH, Rcgister.
0?" Will the Wool Growcrs look at this
table, and seo whether the present Taritf has
or has uotdiinimslied thc importatioaof For
1 In f 1 1. fii-o m.n ftt, Kl n.l nhllin trnnt, .......
in a duel and endcavoredto assassinato . tions to play upon ihem.
Col lienton tn tlie street at NashviIIe. The Chureh, wc are told, was ?fired bv a
-.. 'i- ...
ii iu ino Argus uuuw us io rciresu us rec. urc oau ot inuammauic matcnai, which was
collection of Gon. Jackson's attcmpt to tbrown into one of tho window3 after it had
shoot and stab Col. Benton 1 Hore is a bceD battercd in. Tho iron railiog in front
lettcr from Col B. himself : j 01 ,De enurcb washrst pulled to picces, and
"Iarn litterally in hcll hero; (that is ! S.Pn ,ne uoors wcr? ",auerea 1" 8Can"'Dg
the vicinity of Gen JackSon-).ho i Ju?XVJS!liu I'liV
otchos under hcavcn to contend with : ':.j ti. rr c, 'ci at-.i,.i:..
liars, aiTidavit makers, and shamelnss 1 rhnrrh nnnnain? niso slihflv bumt. Ai
11 o clock tlie fircmen wcre busity at work sa
cowards. All tho puppies of Jackson
are at .work at me ; but Ihoy will bo ns
tumshcd nt what will happcn ; for it is not
Ihem, but their mastcr, whom I shall ho!d
accountablo. The scslpmg nifc ofT-
cumseh is mercy comparcd with the nfli
davit of these villains. I am iu the mid-
dlcofhell, and sce no ulternativc but to
killortobo killcd: for I will notcrouch
(o Jackscn, and tha fact that I and niv
brother dcfcated liitn and his tribe, and
brnkc his emall sword on the public squaro.
wi 1 forever rankle in his bosoin, and mnkc
him thirst afttT vongcance. My Iife isin
dangcr; nothing but a dccisiro duel can
sivo mc, or evcn gtvo tno a chanco for
my own existcncc ; for it is a scttlcd plan,
to turn out puppy nftcr puppy to bully me,
and when I havp got jntn ascra'polo
have mo killed somehow in lh M-nfilp
vingthe surrouudiug property.
From' the Aetc York Express.
Bloody riots Renciced twcnty persons Inll
ed and icounded tiiifty houses and a marJcet
burnt: One of tho cditors ofthe Express
has just arrived from Philadelphia, the scene
of the bloody riots there. bavinc had an' on-
portnnity to see nirosen wnatwas goiugon
tluring the night.
The scenc of riot was two or three miles
from thc Exchangc, nnd lnbabitants in the
lowcr part of the city were dependent on re
ports that were constanlly brought from the
scene of action. Chesnut street was lined
with cronds of persons anxious to hear the
news till after midnight. The upper part of
thc city seemed to be in a blaze, and tho re-
ports.bad asthe rcality was, were most fricht-
ful, The citizens were tip pretty much all
night, for co one could ttll, with any degree
PROTECTION AND PRICE OF
The Editor of the Patriotlabors lustily to
prove that the rtso in the price of wool is no
way attributable to the present tariff. It is
hard. even for this copyist of Amos Kendall
and the Globo to Uck against thc pricks. It
is indced a tremcndous tax upon his higcnu
ity, to show that the present tariff which dis
criminates nilh so much care between coarsc
wool and fine, in the duties on tho importa
tionof thelower gradcs, with a vicw of sub-
jecting allne wools coming in compctition
wilhourownto the highest ratc of duties,
should not have had any infiticnce in check
iug the introduction of SoulliAmerican wool.
That the importation of this staplc has dc
crcascd from 10 millions in 1642, to 4 3-4
millions in 1843, i3 a fact which cannot bc j
dcnied. Public documcnts prove it as sccn
THE TRUTII ON RECORD.
It docs scem to us that evon the most ob-
slinate of our opponcnts must bo satisGcd
from tho vote on Mr. McKay's bill, that tho
party with which they afijliate is hostilo to
any thing like full and adcquate protection to
home iudustry. As a bill for rcvcnue purpo-
scs, the tanflof 1812 has approved itsclf to
the admiratiou of politiciana of every hue,
whileits salutary opcration for ihe purposes
of protection has been most signally evinccd
in the advancing prospcrity of all the grcat
inoustnai latcrcsts ot tne pcoplc. And ct
Mr. Mc Kay's bill rcduciii" the duties from a
gencr.i!averago of 40 to 25 perceut.advalo
rcm upou arliclcs coming in dircct compcti
tion with the most important productiousof
American labor, such as wool nnd woollen
goods, was introduced into thc house with a
full determination on the part oftho loco ma-
jonty to pass it. Tho fatal purposc, however
has becn irrcstcd by the rcsisiless power of
public opimon opcraticg upon ahout 2o nortli-
ern mcinbers of the party who havo not dar-
openeil their eyes in relation to Cornelius P.
Van Ness. The last True Democrat the nr.
gan of B3 pure a portion of the progteisivo
democracy as canbcfound about in tho region
of its locality coines out with the following
graphic dcscription of this nctablo indiridu
al. Tn thi TsiiMkiny of n prr.l inarmiitit
o - ------
! which he fancies he meanicg Mr. Lyman
oriur. bmallcy both havmg mcently return
ed from Washington is acting but aa th
cats-paw nnd coadjutor ofa broken down,
bankrupt political trafiicer, well known to the
neonle of Vermont as orisinallv an onnoser bf
Jackson, subsequently Ministcr to Spaiu.
anu now bankrupt in tnrtuneand rottcn iu ro
putation. privy connsellor to John Tyler, ind
dispenser-general of govcrnment oOices for
the State of Vermont. And least our rearfers
may not rccoguize tbe picture, the three f.nt
letters of his nar-c are Cok.ielis P. 'a
Mr. Van Ness in our own vicinity. very te
luctantly was induccd to yield his aid, to
Mr. Van Buren as is well known to thoa iu
his confidence, and had Mr. Clay becn nomi
natcd in the place of Gen. Harrisnn, we have
every assurance that Mr. Van Ness would
have goue ovcrto his support. But Mr. Van
Buren was defeatcd, and con?emicntIv thero
folloived no reward for iheir services, so that
Mr. Van Ness and his compatriots were
found iu the maikct, nbcn cceidcnts placcd
the corernmcnt patronaco at tho disnosal cf
CONVENTION OF RATIFICATION.
It is nttcily impoisible for ns to gire tav
adcquate dcaxriptiou of this mighty couvtn
tian of Whiss frorn cverv State iu thsUnioo.
A friend in Washington has inclostd ns a
whole sheet dcscritiiug tho mighty psgennt
which ths grcnd proccssion displayed. Tho
immense array of fresmen inafd forwartl to
ihe inusic of many fino bands, with bndgw
displayed and banners flyiug. the most spltn
did.of which. the National Prize Bannsr.ira-
prcsscd with thsPortrait of Iltr.ry Cfay, and
the bcautiful ship Tariff, aro prescnteJ ta
the cya inthe cclumns of thc paper.
Tho following is tho descripttcn of Ver
mont, as shc appeared in a strong dslejation:
Thisbricht partictilar sicr in tha Whir
ed to disobcy tho mandatcs ofthe pcoplc iust 5a,axy threw a brilliaot effulgenec upon ths
upon the cve of the presidcnlial elcction.
T T .1 , n
below, and still funher. Tho importation of! Connecticut, 2
The demonstration of our oft repcated as-
scrtion that the locofoco party as a party, aro
opposed to any substantial protection to do
mestic industry is now complete. Thefollow-
uigstatemcnt of recordcd votes is 'demons'.ra-
tion clear as proof of boly writ.' Let thoso
who doubt tho asscrtions of cditors look at
thc rccord, and fahsify it if they cau.
Corrcspondence of the Exprcss.
Wasuimoto.n, May 11
Vote a.nd Politicai. ahaltsii or thk
voTEnro.f the Tariff, i.f the Hocse of
JtKPRRSErtTATiTES, Mat 10. Upon the mo-
tion of Mr. Eliner, to lay tbe Bill to modify
the Tariff upou the table, the vote was aycs
t nrr n f i
ivj, uocs vj, as ioiiows:
Yeas. Nats. Absest.
Dem. Whig. D. W. D. W
2 4 0 1 0
of Ethan Allen,
fiDC wool hasdecreascd inthesamc time from
600,000 Ibs, to 200,000.
But in these results, thc Patriot allows no
cfScacy to the Tariff, but ha3 not the ingenu-
ity to devise any other causo. This it lcaves
to conjccturc. Bnt wc would ask, if South
American wool costing 7 cents ,abrqad, and
paying but a few inills of duty, or the lo west
rate of duties, is such wool as the American
manufacturerwants, why in thename of won
dcr do not ourmanufacturcrs continue to im
portit, rather than give 40 cent3 for the do-
racsticfleecc as they have done since the pas-
sage of tho Tariff? Thetrutb isthissortof
coarse and burred wool is very little wanted.
and nevcr so much as to pay thc fifty and sev-
cnty-five pcr cent duty imposed upon it, and
which is nctnally paid, if theCoIlectorof New
York is to bc belicved. As to the coarse for-
eign wool used for ncgro clotbs, blaukcts,
ic. the less the duty the bctter. It does not
come in compctition with any which any sane
man in this country would wish to raise,
The difficulty with the cditof of the Pat
riot is, and ever has been that he Jays down
false premiscs, and of coursc his conclusions
are all delusive. AII South American wool
which comes at all in compctition with our
own, pays from 50 to 75 per cent. duty in-
stcad of 5 millsand no fino Europcan wool
can be sold in- our market at Icss than 45 cts.
per pound. It costs from 25 to 28 cents a
broad which, by the duties, the freight, insur-
ancc, commissions, mterest, and moderate
profit, is enhanced to 45 cents as the Iowejt
price to the manufaeturer.
Bnt the editor of the Patriot has the brass
t 1 vacancy.
t 1 vacancy.
Yeas and Nays upon Mr. Elmer's nioiion
to lay the bill on the table, which was carried
as above, ayes 105, noes 99: (ihe Whirs in
Yeas. 5Iessrs. Albolt. Adams. Aih,. nn
kcr,Barringcr. Barnard, Bidlack, Jas.Black,
Brengle, Brodhcad, iViZon Brotrn, Jeremtah
Broicn, Bujfmgton, J. E. Cary. Carroll, Cat
lin, Causin, Chillon. Clineh. C.li
lamer, Cranston, Dana, Darragh, Garrclt
xiiTis, jjcoerru. ueiirt. n,rj..
JHcldnson, DUlingham, Ellis, Elmer, Fariee!
Fish, Florence, Foot, Foster, Froneh. Gid-
dmgs, IVillts Green, Bryam Green, Grinnell.
unoer, uaram. xiarper, Hubbell, Hudson,
Jlunt, C. J. Ineersoll. J. P r, .;
Ir-vi, JenJcs. P. B. Johnsrm. J. P. AVrn'
Danicl P. King, Kirkpatrick, Mclhaini,
Marsh, E. J. Morris, Morsc, Mosley, Kes,
Ntvton. Pannenter. Palterson. Pevton. Pi.
. PoUoci, E. R. Pof.tr, PreJtton, Rcmtty,
From the iand of Stark and
none but stout hcsrta aud
manly forms could be expcrted. ho mors
bold than tho Green MountainBovs in stml-
inr forward for freedom who ninrr mAt tn
do and dare in a good causs? Hor binnsr
with the insignia of tho State bore this sp
prcpriate inscription :
'The constant star ihat never yet
Has paled its ray ordarkly set."
Followins was an embroidered banner ititli
this inscription, in vcry large letters: "Thu
do ourmountaius rcspond to thsir countrv's
Thc Vermont deleration carried another
vcry handsomo banner. It was of lieht col-
ored satin. Ou one sido was twenty-six gold
stars, and a large cngle holding a ribbon.upon
which was inscribcd "Ilcnry Clay, our res
cue." Below this rilibon was a miniatur: rep
rcsentation of the State's coat of arms with
the words, "Thus do our mountain boys re
spond to tbcir Country's call." On the ro-
vcrse was lettered in large gold characters
"HKNRY CLAY VERMONT." Trim.
med with sprigs of laurel.
Another banner had on it a resplendent star
at the Iowerend of which n hmnA f,n
thrown across with gold fringed ends bcaring
the motto "The star that never scts." On
tho other side. on tha tnn nf th .ifT .n
Eagle holding a wreath.
AWARDING or the PRIZE BANNER.
At a quarter past eieht oVInrt.
tothe announcement, thrce guus were fired
in qnick successiou. as a sicnal for tha mnn.
ting of tho respeclive number of Delcgates
in attendance, in order that the awanl might
be made of the Grand Prize Banner, which
had been prepared bv tha Balti
Delcgation.as acompliment totlie State that
suouiu sentt tho largest proportionate Delo
gation to the Convention, according to ths
relativo distanco of each State from Balti
more, and the number of tbe Whig votea
castat the Prcsidential olection in 1840. For
this purpose at the signal of the three enns,
the AssistantMarsbals proceded to connt tho
number of Delegatcs in attendance, and in n
short time thereafter made their report toMr.
KobertM. Proud. the Secretary of the Ban
ner Committce, at the Head Quarters of tho
The number of Delegates connted from
each State, other than the State of
Iand, is statedin the following table:
New Hampshire. 42 Massaehusetts,
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ingoffthe Great Prize Banner was nebly
contended for, and that it was won byEsht-wfire.
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