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Arival of the Gr't Westen.
TWa9.Kva DAYS LATER Fs)3t k.NotLAND.
From dibaer r snith's Enropcan Timrs, Lt
rerpool, June 7.
Domestic Summary.-Thae mosti Wpor
tant Parliamentary annonucenent of the
week is-the withdrawnh, b% the Gern
ncut, of the Fuctories' Bill. This an
nouncement was made in the House of
Commons cu ThurAtiy night, by Sir
James Graham. The stortm of opposit'n
which this bill hs encountered from tf-e
Dissenters, sad the ;ilioist of sigaturs
-literally millioun., atmen.ed to petianlas
against it"-have compelled the Go.%erns
ment to crv percari. The hill n ouli have
thrown the educalion of she ri..iag geter
alion of the lower classes into the hands
of the Church of Ep~lnJ, mnd destroyed
the legitimate share' of education, which
those who do not agreo Awith the chureb
now wicld. The Wc.leyan body have
been the chief opponents of the measure.
but all classes of Ditsenteri lavt- comtin.
ed heart an-] hand to reaist it. The ano
nouncement of its %vi'h!rrwnl has given
general satislactiou; fot, -v hile it na-heen
so resoltitcly opposed by the whotle of the
dissenting body, it h only recmived a .try
cold and inditierent snpjoit fros ihe body
of churchmen themsel ve-4.
The most important debate aiuee the
recess, as regards the United Stntes, took
place in the lionse of Coinous n Vel
nesday, when Lord John Rnicoell nnved
that the Hlouse re.ulv- it-elf into a Com
mittee to consider the Cort Law,. with a
view to a fi I duty in preference to the
sliding acale, A surn'ary of the deiate
will be fuoud in another column. The
motion was defeated, as every cmne antici
pated ; but still the present Coru Law.
eveiy one adInits, is divotned. Lord John
made an eflertise ap.-ech, dwelling em
phatically upon NIr. Webster's recent
speech to the citizens of Baltimore, it
which he expressed htomitelf favorable to a
reciprocity treaty with Eniglaud-admit
ting Amert.tn agrictilttral produce into
this cuntry :ts a quid a o quo fcr the ad -
mission of Britisb goids at a bn % i,% duty
into the American tmnrket. This piit,
with some getiernl and undeniable %tate
mentiof the advautntta of a fix-d over a
auctuating duty. couplel wish the certain
ty of a revi.ion of the Ame-ricnu tririff in
the neat seion of Coure-%. on terts'
more favorable to Englan-l, provided ne
adopted his view., formed the staldle of
his speech. Mr. Giadstone and Sir ..bert
Peel were the two priuripal Mimt-rial
speakers. b.ah nere inusually fecble,
and both defeudeJ ibe lnw of la-t ses'ton,
an the grnund that it w-as a great improve
meat ot its predecesor. an that sutficient
time had not been given to test its work
ing, though. as far as it had gone. it had
worked efliciently. The subdued tone of
the ministerial speakers wa-is remarkable
-the best proof of their brig conscious
'batithe ground on % hir-h the tliding scale
has hitherto been upheld, is cut away.
Lord John Russell did not declare what
amout of duty he would propose, but
stated that, if the house asented to his
motion, he would make his views known
in the committce. Many of the free
trade party, though they voted with him,
declared licy would never rest until all
duties on corn were abolished. Amongst
the members who so voted and spoke was
Mr. Villers. the member for Wolverhump
tod, an inuential member of the League,
upon ns horm has devolved for years the task
eif bringing the Corn Law question before
the house. llut Mr. Cobdlen, the most
able and popularstf all the Anti-Corn Law
party, did not speak at all. and absented
himself from the dlivision,. Ilow long the
existing Corn Law will continue, depends
upon the duration of the present Parlia
ment who will n-st assuredly aholi,,h it. It
may be one or two,nr evecn three years~but
the next general eleetio wilt swe away.
and for ever. all impost upon the food of
the people. Thae dluratieou of the Parlin
ment is contitngent upon the duration o;
the Mlinihirv. is was thought eighteen,
nay awelve'muonths back, that Peel ntonld
have a long tenure of otlice ; that s'piniun
has disappearedl. le is surroundedl by
disasters and mistanonegss, which he cotuld
not have antiitiated, and witht which he
appears unable to crappil'. The prostige
of his greatntea is goene. stud his difficul
tics arc every day intcteasin'g. So appa
rent is this to hiu. opponurents, tbat nn later
than last week ihe~ tmembers of the late
Whigt Cabinet. thinkintg their hour vas al
most comne tagain, Iwi,. a meeting. which
wa attendedC', with onel ecep~htionl bmy all
the late Mintisters. P'arty poliis may be
said at the p~resent time to lbe exasnet.I
People care little for the relative distine
tions of Whig awl1 Troip. The country is
ntow dividled into ttno tbodies-thec freetra
ders and the mtonoposli.,ts. It is prinucipasl
Ip because the Whigs are believed to be
nearer the mark, gauged by this standaud,
than their rivals, thai they are in better
odour. The. Torient are unhappily wedded
to mnopoly ?' they have a "vested inter
( eat" in it, and though Rir Robert Peel nas
she inclination, he Lacks t he moral courage
to disengage himself from their trammels.
The areatest social revrolutiotn is to he sectn
in the agriculturatl districts. There the
farmers begin to see that restrictive laws
af'ord thern no protection; that acts of
Parliament can do nothing towards keep
ins up the price of corn-, and that their in.
tarest is ijentili -d n ith the general pros
perity of 1be country, which fr-:e trade
woukd promote. rhe conneston so long
usisag between the lendhasrd and farmer
inesveredl. Cobden. as Lord Brougham
said of the Present Queen Dow'ager,when
William the Fourth dismissed the Whge
"CLohderr has alone at all !"
The Parliamenotary session a -drawing
-to a close. No new measure usi~be in
trodaced, and the study sUOW is to acerter
ate those before the Howuse. Seveasl .t.m.
pot-taut bills are in s:-eel a:>ewance,and
musu.'herh b-..ut bara-.n or passed in a
verry .humred antd irerfe't wanner.
Nothing is ;e.*t p< .:d thans London in
the dog-4ayr, and iA mbslers of Parliament
.would-rather..iahale, at thi-: ne'ssoni of the
year, the puarelsunostphere of thbe country
thata the dust and -eioseness of a ert'sded
-city, The attendance bhenme "small b y
*.grees, and beatitatl les," sller Whit
gentide- The session whieb ladrawing to
* doms has bean siugshlarly .defieient 4d
pracsseat legislation. Withb the oeception
,, a tov...,...' nut. which has raised
such a storm (if oppo-Ition, no compre
bensive nteature has beet introduced wor
thy of the name. A falling revenue. a
declining trade, mutiny amo'ngst his sup
porters, a powerful free trade opposition,
every day increasing in nunbers and im
portance. Scotantd torn to pieces by reli
cious dissensions. n lch attributes i: to t'l
Government, lrelend on the verse of in
surrecion. convulbed from one extremity
it) the other-thesc are the accumulatc.1
difliculties which beset the iinister at the
close of his second partagenwyrv sessio::.
The weather during the %ix weeks pre
ceding Surnay last, was wretched in the
extreme. May was shorn of all its poelir
beatat: it w*ast cold a:il %indy.ind rir:r
Alnol condinuous!V. The eari if it couid
hare been queezed, wo!.l huve proved
like a wet sintge. I'h.- r;tin bus beit
gencrui, not only in E:t:;indbelelantd.
atud Ireland. Iut over the e;ttratt r paIt of
the contireut. As far a. this conue y is
conecrned, seriou-s apmcht niol ie-:n
to be ern: Itained! for the ri opi ; indeed the
poisto crop hns been dam:d, it is earel
irrepa-rably. in Irt-iiand-. an I it has villeredl
muchl inl thia nrthern parts 4:1 En-htnd.
Bit !.iure Sundav-sit d ys--the wcather
ntas lndergone a thur-ougil change. The
sluict s of heaven have been rinsed, the
cold ias been succeeded by a genial
wsuartmth and mOst Rcetptaible sunsthinp,and
the damage of the pret eding muntt. tf not
altogte.cr repaired, ham leen consideraily
modified. Finer weather could not he de.
sired than we have cnjoyedi tis week; it
has put the frmer iu g'ooI %::irils, and its
exhilarating infifluence Is to be rearl I
every one's lace, while it ha contributed
to render the nturkai,. au-l busIness ge -
ernlly. meore iuovaunt.
Ireland.-Thengitation for tle repea'
of the Union continues with n-tbated vi)
lence. At the Dublin Corn Exch.tosp on
the 5th, the repeil rent ai mtoted to 91,) I
the largest yet received. except that of th
previous wcek ; thich included soneex
trame dinary returns mado tit Mr. O'Con
neii's greut mnetinlg in 'Tirperary. Trojp<
have been poured tito the contry in :remat
muttber,. At lte close of hest vtek the
torre in Ireland amtounte'' to -Ix divisioni
of artilleri; six regiietmts ami! a ,.loadrun
of cavair, 1i elve battalion3 and t% enty
two depois ftI' infatary.
Rear-Adiniral o;emwleq arrivet. -t King
ston on 1'riday. it a tearer. rie nd
miral origina.lly formed the cont gi.eri
of Irel-ind. On the sane day .Arrive. lte
Rhaianntithtus. with a company of Royal
Manrie Artillery. .in-1 stores the men
wcre stationed in the Pi'eonhounmse fort.
The last quadron of the Third Dra;nons
arrived on Saturday. The Queen's Bay,
have also arrived. the last division on
Tuesday. The Cyelop-t war-steamer.
with 400 marine'. and an im'tcnner qtan
tity of ammunition. arrived at Cove an
Shurday. Subsequently arrived the Me.
teor, Alhan. and Mytle. wi'h inore mat
rines nil military stores: and lthe Malahar
y4. A large quanttit) of ammunition was
received at Carlow on Tuesday eiening,
under escort, from the Ordnance Ofire.
A report rcached Dublin on Saturday.
the 4-h. that there was "an in.4urrection '
in Waterford, and the Rhadamanthus was
hastily despatched with troops. A cot
respondent of the Dublin Evenin; Post.
writing on Sunday. describes the arrival.
while the usual Sunday loungers were
promenasling on the quay:
"We had a grand secne here yesterday.
Five companies of the Sixty-first arrived
in a steamer at the quay, about half-past
12. The mecn wrere all drtawn tup. withe
loaded arms and bayonets fixed. ott the
dek. The vestel cautiously approached
the quay, and a serjeant was thent eth ott
shore to reconnoitre. Iliv. first inquiry eof
the few stragglers who went to look at
them ssas-'is the harracks tcvak yet!' and
being tolud not, he asked, 'how far off are
the rebels !' It aippear., that some peopile
here hoaxed Earl die Grcy."I
The Rhtzdamnanthlus returned ta D~ubliu
at ire Oclock on Wecdneasday morning.
It appears that stone one had hoaxed
the Government io a lheiler of this nhtn
exist ent "insurrection." The subject has~
been referred ts in the llouse of Commons.
w hen Lorsd Elliott threw the blame ont the
commander itn Ireland; but the lrrd
Lieutenant, it is understood, was the ptarty
Th'ie Cork Examiner has a story about
-Repeal in the Armty :" the catastrophe~
of which is, that some dlrunke~n soldiers at
Cork, whenm art ested bsy some sober sol
diets and police, called nut, "hinrrah for
itepeal !" some hundtre'ds of bystanders
being -'greatly excitd."
The Dliu (azelte af the 5th conntin
a proclamation. statuns that nt the tnie'nt
of the 2d ltast., at about tetn o'clock. Mr.
Jucnte Burke. J. P.. osf Antrimt int the
county of G'awaty, (East Ruitng.) as he
was pasing thtroughl his htall, was fired at
by somne perwm at present unknowvn. Th'!e
Lord Lieutena it has offered 1(11 reward
for apiprehendinig and briuging the assassin
There was an affray bietweeni the police
and peasantry at Carrickmnacrots. on the
4th:. A Mr. Wilcox and a Mr. Barry. ac
compantied by twsenty-eight policemen.
atemepted to post ejecimet-not ices at the
chapt-sof Mtaherateloone and Corduff, a
gaintst tenants of Mr. Shirley ; the people
obstruscted them; Mr. Wilcox tend the
Riot Act;t the people did not disperse a:
once ; he gave or ders to fire:; several per
sons were wounded, and one man was
killed on the spot.*
Trent the N. 0 Piesyune. of July 2.
LATEST FROM TlEX AS.
Peace proclaimed between Mlexico 4 Texrau.
By the steatner Sarah Barnes, Capt.
Jones, arrived Texas papers to te 24th
oit. TI.e most importarnt portic n of'the
news is the folleewitng p'oclamtation fh
mnt ol an armistice between Mexico and!
B pu Pre.ii|rnt <f t ' RtrubLec of Tceas
A PRtOC LA MA TION.
Whereas an official conmmuication has
been reeived at the De;eartmret 'f aate.
AfoJires near th. Government. founded
upon a detpatch ho had reeive-d fromu
Her Majesty's (Yarge-dL' Affairs in Mex
ic, anntoutieing to ibis Goaverorneca the
fact, that the President of Mexico would
forthwith order a cesahtion of hostilhties
on his part, and the esthbli!mentofuan
.,-1.t;ce between Mexico and Teas.
and requectorg tnat the Pra4ent of Texas
would cul similar orders to the dilrenie
offiretsi comndineling the Texan forces.
And whereas the President of Texas
has felt justified. fron the disposiftti)n
evinced by this aet of :he Pre-ideut 01
Mexico andl the ia1Vre of tiosc !isp.4i
tiuan-. a mmadoptiu:: the propoeA men-eure,
and ioriering the cet-i un of hostilitiei on1
the part at Tcxa,,:
Thercfare, be it known, tha' I. Sam
!ouston, Pr-idea of the Repuhlic of
Texi-, an.1 GmnnideraI.- in% Chief of the
Army naad Navy a. ie aine. do here
by drcl.are iand proaienm than awn Amistire
is estahlihel betwreen 1 exaa aml 31exiO,
to eantli.ue dfurin;. the pendency i-I veco
!;ciertir tw 0en !h.: two e!untrieq for
peace, aiid until dte notice ol'o ainen
tionl NI tr-,.we hej!til.:iet. (0-nild Such ant
tttatton heres.fter tie etcr-aied by eitier
pinyt t ht:eil h;ac hean frmwatiy antnor
ced ahrotv-O aa q I r Hitirt.i.. !Ji'A. s
Ch-rrge W' A07irN i, -he re.opectOv.-c Go
--rumems, nd the re c-fa)( of thi pro
clanoxion; r.nd vai!. etsm.:ommandding
lhe frr-t.. of Tew, .r a.ti ly authori
av Ai aII.tno.. rv. ra. n Finent. nre hereby aorderid
and cenai-anded i (A ,tave the %:ame.
In testimonv .naereof I have
(L. 9.) he-ejut-i set anm hand. and cia
.j the Grent Seal of the liepub
lie to he affixcd.
Done at We-birngton. tie fifteenth day
of June. A. D. 1643. :andt iIf the Indepen
Jcuce of the Rrpublic the cichth.
lIv the Pri.-ident:
Anrson Joneso. Secretary or State.
It %% ill Ie se-n thnt the E'nglisha .1ini
ter Fat .\1cro hias beet mediaor in this
nilir- - I i-4 <nid tiabout tle ulterioir
viewq af t':,- ln;!ish :;overnrient in it
intrference it thei atlisir. cif Temao. 11er
dcign to etlect Che abolition of negro
qlavery there i a:.ie t a lye onf"e of the I-a
ding moi-itives that p-maote ler to take so
actve in i'ltet i that Attarter. He
thSat as ift may. Lnti act nre more fitly
-:vve oedice- we ars wl;liug to give the
otlic--rs af the Briih trave rnen-t--hiq
cetlb-iev th, lititsh M.\mi-ter at M--xiro.
'r. DIaVle a e.' C.at. . F Ilhty, t le Blti!
Camr,- -i :\Ai'.tir, it 'I cxas---relit 6'r
ocd attwntioTh-e. The propositions frim
Sit:m An il f, r ia arntitice n ere
b .i (-it G Ve-4taci 'Iy le lIe itish brig
Sc) Ila. s.'.iieb arrin v-d a riere on 'lei 9th itl a.
The o!. iniNo; i--a we heave of their na
111re or ;?UrP rt iZ the *,lluwirg. freon the
lau:tm relegraph of' thei 2d of Jklue.
The editoar sac:
"W-e have nut seen the commrunication
of thie iritish Minister. taht w. under
stand fro-a a respectablesource thal the
propositions are far nore favorable to
Tevts than th -- previou-dy sent by Sun
t:i Anna, and brouight hy Jldge lRnhinson.
They are,. however. "o vngzaae and indefi
uite that we nre :ct a lo-s tu know whether
he ik dlpoe-t m e nyledg" the itwlepent
ence ai Tev-a-. or -merciv to reniew neen
tiatioins for Toj-i to re-n tIn to the 3Mexi
ran c-..feeacy. ;tan! ag.4ein taeome 3n
integral part of that country-we catut
s3V republ-e. It appears that Santa An
na htas e tio-t-Sy avoided m.4ku~nauy
statemnt over hi-s own signature by
which he even in the most indirect man
er ac'towelgets thel'ndepen.lenco of
cxn,. but atddresses his communication
througth the British Minliiter, appaently
to avoi-l making may open admission that
he is di-posed to treal with Texas as an
iidepetdent State, aid leaving it for fu
tre negotiatioins ao decide whether he will
eterainci aypopstinafrth ncn
A gaina the edlitaor oif the Teleg:-ph saysa
-auid Ih.:ere seemas to he a proiphetic
plausahiny in his premaises-ag:aiu tac
-It nCeds tbut the dullest iteect to
perceiv.e thata Me-cco will nut relinquicish
ler claimos tee thte te-rritoiry weat aof the
Nueceas n ithouit a viuo-ent strug"k; nad we
can onlfy expect to mcainaatin aor clacim to it
ly force or lby puarchase. M1exico has nowii
psescion~ ofl that, three haur.dred of heer
tropejs ate actuiily stuanne.t east of the
Rica Grade. Whent our commais-.ionerc
meeCLt those oif S ant~a Aena, even if the
latter are disaposed to acknoewle-d; the int
depeendeece of Texas, a question will imc
mediatv nr i- a- to thae liits of Texas;
our ecmt'nistionera -viil iisist en extendincg
he limits of Tres to the Rio Gz'rande,
those of Mestcen to th'e Nueer,.: nnd thuas a
cotent citi apraig cap whaich Mceiceo will
donhtlettv refe-r tee Grat liritains mi-lister
n- lher mnieah piece. Trhe darling policy
eef( reat Itbit am n il i :he-n be -cd!cd inateo
rer'ii,it :and. TFesas tnnyv eit her hce
cmealal'9 d tat puarchba, thi-s te-rritory, bay
.atumiti patrt eel the deblt aewing by Miex
io to iltit i.h boncd helders, air, w hat
won!ed be maoere neee-ablce t'c Entglandl will
be compeaalled tee reLcive thais territory onily
upont ahe conidi' ian that: slav.ery shallI ntu
te allow~ed inat.
A rumor haid reutchede Wa.,hingtoan
thatt Colo~nels Wnrileldt andl Sntiveily hail
capturedt the :nntta 1e trailers withott
boodshedl ! Thet amtouint rif heooty takena
istaaid to he upwa rdls of two hundred thott
FKxchegnecr bill- nare now taken at thce
Customtu Ilouse, G3alve-stont, at 60t cents 00
Cot. Kinnev, wcho had beean confined itn
Matmorats fear many moenthec. has mnade
his escape antd reacheed (alvestn.
A Frech brig froam llavre has arr-i'.ed
at Galvestoan, ha~rma ont board 100 emni
rant from 1Fn,ntce. They acre a pa:- of
he colonists sent out to Bexair by MW:.
The French maon-of war -~ i ia
lint artiu. ! it (.-dPree. ' V e aC'I
-the it-kl nit. Tlhe 1'tish btloop of wcar
ScylI- is also h'a
C. .a t: (-lrten, .nowitto many in
ai' caty, c' its l&:tey sheet a ith a r-ide baill
a-ile standnfttt :at the door of his howu, itt
aihune, bv. '-cae pceraanh cotncenledl in
he btwhlcs nuar the place. lie expired a
'w moeante after raee'tving the wound.l
r. Ferguson, whto nc as standing; near him.
was alsco ilhot an.l dangerously wotun dend
witht buckasboI at the samet time. It is reared
iat Mr. Fergnteaet eqna survive his woust't
ony a few day.s. The peo ple oif that see
tioca have chmyged the murder to a perion
who hbeil htih rank in thecountry.andt
tyo, we liclieve, hats itherto sustainedc an
I - s
FRM IS iC E LL.UIV E0 (P:C.
MR. A Ll'_ U.N.
We in rrt below an extr.ct from a Ict
ter from ir. CaliowunU to a fric.'I, wio I! I%
authan-)rzed: t-4 1o pt!i-h 1! t, ;s 'hfe bts.
Imnde of ateiwerbe. Ohe ietv r, on to.e iih
.et of u N-.rIbcro nn-' .* ecrn ::r.n ;chi
are 1oo rCa:.m olls to ::oit if a - -., :
a ply to e~ich by a.ir. lClihoul honiialf.
lit'ie di p.1.1.iett:ici. art- fihy' "rsria
diel ' .h i. o i itcioa, :hey en,-., : ta l I
ntpronc I the ,.-:itimeti:- . e"tor.:i., ri-ic
ip'O x t i .n:, -:-icht :ove et,:- his e
ei-i;a.-1H .:ehte2:ron .r'al-.
I ha 0: r . A.d Ne: e. s .' I '
1.VIi . e hi ' b - 1 tt in3- S I .I: to 0
VSt various pre joulA nI' lilte U."r'n al.-d
.e E cia ly Ohe Nil-hea, r::I ji.i lte
vihjet . tati deberate~i an ir.tr' u m-I~.
tiers-ioi w0-hlli is itte4 0 tl.o lte fe -ito4 -
IIm, o l ; t.Vt m mt -e, Ifsr ,t '' the r. irit
i111.a-t. t-. 01( hav.11- 'C. . m: :.v
didl not do tottru t o : it..:r o
-,ri:1:tIn him, an I I call ee ti) retlicom
w'ylwqlc th ' .44150 1 t nlt. tiL: -aIn rei my
ca 1e . 'lhere, noI"# m-1iny r-r v w y it
Siluild he io; nid .toil hem ol.e- of !t.
strtlgest, iII :ey opinion. I :, i ha t th e i! a
Iarge and ipailuentin . but qIr iitt pr rnn ol
Sib:"ity toli great, Ia . he ohjte. of Ir
soral .oi~it.tin r canmvaq i mut my
lto my opni 1.: the; p.ue'. if eli-- lao t
.4tif) lay ral:ttlt lOw.:trt' .u.' 01~C
-nol on;:ht to be t reiwaird vnl ofi nc
knowedp se-:-;es-ervceslon.2 and'
..thfil. and e113i.I a lhori Ithc e'niol
e.gefto of r s-item of t Nwerowet. and I
d.:ee dvtion iiia to : t t ..atuo! u, o
liberiy and ahe ha pp*-;: tiofill: thectr- .
Thus ti.ihkin..I nn adive br to ';:tn uny
Otep U11:1t i t, er tro ied -;o - lo i are
mIen m an tilude i e tit nlih Itht
1101i-.-g tha..ruch wonull he ilhc e-rtain
effect of a visit to ine Noiah. or aNy heri
ection. at ihin-r it wou!-l be re
garied ia a mere th-e miri olor-i
t.annot, with.ot idoe -.It -e to myl.
feelod rhehComply Wih ;he oai hei" l'mcry
i .-icnd. It mav appear f.-istidion, btt as
aich. in my opiion. wotld bt e the ict, I
must re-pl rt it. Ifit wa r ntmere m41ter
I of opinion, wieltuer it wouh or w-mbl not
Iclon~tri e to the resubt Alhir-h my frietwl,
de-ire, I wo.ld dlefer 1.) llhetr judgmvat,
Iand chtee: .fully com ply %n-I i-b:h:r n ishes.
I should feel Is doe tit them to mnake the
%;-i, and shouil]. moreover. tajke much
picasure ini witueissing the great growith
aud improvement ofour country. and in
for mig Ile acquaintance of those ttends
with whom I am now persinally acqiuain
tel, and in renewing that of lite A1wm
I have leretofor per-nn:d!y inown. But
a-. it i.,, I du hopei !h-!y wil; eyreuse mne,
atid I wili thank Son to take kooiwn to
Itho.se who have expicssel 1:,: de-ire ti
you. that I -h'till akenuh a visit so their
potion -if the Uaioia, ny reons1. for de.
chon.: to ac'-de to t -tir %% wi<t%. anitd to as
siure ilien, th.. uader dliferent circan
si ances, it would have afforded mnc much
pleasure to comply with them.
[ Fror. lie .Suth-Carl.ieian.j
frsh Riepeal M1elng..-Mr. O'Con
nlcl'a lae ,x:ch deuouncing; clavery and
,.lure -hohlers in the Sittererc terns ; de
ctring t::t he and the R. Jeal ausibe wan.
ted none f their bbdotained mnley; that
he would a~ tonu shudaae bant wA i t ajpick
pcc'.et as a lavcehIhler ; tit tote Rjeetd
cau~e was3 identiid with thut of toe slave.
.td ats .4oon ast they, thet llriu"al.r. had
crried! their caus:- at homne. th. y would
proceedI to) Ihe I.berationu .I slaves every
where ;ad denioi'ning. ,also, the it..h in
this country whio tamoper with .'la.4ry, or
ar'e not determine:d Aholitioni-tse. atnd rail
ng on then tto join the Ab~tobiits in
lilttting ia downtt &c. &c.-ini alI w hih lie
was. generally nntd esit' us'iastically checred
I.y hii.. immense' audiientce :-thliis speiech.
wein; say, h,tle upon t' et Repeal .A.uo -
rito ftht.' couniftri lk a the louade.'
cip of( thundeor on a cloudlees'. day. iAn-I
. by tshouldI it hive dotne vo ? Is it any
thintg newv . lla.. not the same blackgtard
nedicat and i demagoguett sa;id as mluch
befre ! Was it aircadly fiorgottoii, even
at the SouthI, virulen' :y he :ihiuead this'
whoc country and its peoleC bitt a few
years ago, ot n'untt of its sltavery ? II.as
hiuep England's lett--r to him. of :zrong
and juet rebsuke, beena eutzirely furgottia 1
Adt coul~d it be utneo to any,. that he
ha.-. for year.' been ini 'hhe hait. btflire gia'
at ing he ad to ainy .\mernicanl introdutced
o him, of asking if !.e w'a-i a shivehlder
or ntot an Aboilitivti.iet, . i f ansiwerei
the atgToative, turnmat hi.i hack on itimt
in the tmoest contetttiuotts mnner
WelVl, if the-se tingts wre aliready for
gotten), or disregaruded, it wasl fotn:c
veperhaps ['- videnuttial, e..pecially fir
~be o thi~t he thtus repentedJ theL oiat
rag asa im hetn n::htinr, el-e seemed
likely to re.'train our peple ithit the
bounds of ditty and propritevy. T'he Char
letoni Repetal A.,swciaiiot has disbanoded.
and divitded its fumi.' betweent thme disteru
of .dercy andt the Latdte' Ft.el soe-ty:
The Baltimore A.'sociationt has ptasaser re
soutons of great scorn and in-hignationi
agii' O'Connell and all nettors in his
otuttge; nd the New-York Associationt
has been tmuch agitateda. 0ut tamperts with
th at ter, and seemns h'i-y to tolerate it!
E very Associa'ion in the coutry ought
to flliow the etangpe of the Chairie--'oa
one, anid every i~h Anr -rier
rE.ln f sen-timients <'imilar to th-' E '
of;, .. w iLI . -.:oa A1-o'iationa:
-rle of ihe, 1apei.rat rem-nt-kedl that al
though biorn in ! retand. he wais by hlib t'th
of allegi:enee ar.-i the ties or gernttudc, in
res,. duty andu affection,. In know'~ now, tn
a ruC'eiiu like the pre--eat, mno oilher ap
peltohut I its : le ow as an .imericm:,
a (aro~linitn -' tier ICe mics. ar-: his co:e
rnies--her friend<a are hi, friendlm-andi, if
ay main would dlareu to address hiim as an
I,-ihuan. in r,-terence to this during in
silt. he woulad (--in hi-a face, interrup
eal a .it:dw-art Irishmen.) tn! miy friend
suid the. .peake-r, I would civilly te-ll him
h was a fool ;that he was' either igno
att him~elf, or thotagnt me soa. Wec kno-.r
tur titct' and we will pullform themtf. 4
tte thiernative has bmeen pure'eined ta i
by. u.. wruonen....sale mtta elta.L
After sro-im:; a' mnanv plarees 'liong the
mv, the itoeti nrrived ai Sierra Lcone
I, 1-e 30th r labs. ploter the solo
iargeo of ..l:. :0tn Co(Kk, tl.e suip:rrargo
. at kl 2,.':' z ro irv-:. Captain
o! Imirsl.. !fitcly repsric.! to the C(u tant
iic a,;,! hairitd in. Ih. m-inifest fr his
11;!. i' t inl .iws' i C of hav
beer. std , therc .msthigt he more ar
t 7e- m ootujwd -sk wecre edin irt and
jit , n3S dltljiult 1.1 nlcertain if such
in 'ne ease. i, cons,-qensicse, of tile death
i his .n:r:e. and :hie a.-rnce of his super
irjot. Mr. McCormpack, the Collector,
a pri .,-ice of :a merchant n.vmed Law
,[i. q I1 that if anly articles were dis
.%erdci, ftie report might be amended.
:0 .,- s.-izur! hirmld be made. On the
2th cf Apit. Captain Cook gave notico
i:sc he w;: rvbuut to sail, awd his vessel
-,s duly -.earched lv Mr. .McCormack.
-ho found eight ihirti.en-'ound boxes of
:a not ientioned is :he situanife.-t. These
C seized, claimed til torfeture, and re
pled it) a!'-ow the report In Ie amended.
On it ie 17th. ti'e vcssecl was cleared, and
hen fairy at een j pot i.-Ashmivic. she
.j. agaitn Iunrd'-- by .McCormnack, who
arC ordCs It) p;t ib! vessel about and
toris. This was dloc, bu' shortly ar
rwatrd Carain Cook gave the pilot an
rder ft put out to sea o:;nin. McCormack
;toie alt, adt Pshov,:d (he captain by she
smilcr-4 t-om the A heel. n hereupon a
,uille cu'se-d in which .leCoirlack.aided
y the ne;ro crews cf his own and the
01l,' boat, was tihl victor, and the vessel 4
sken sever.-I miles up the river so Free
rtw. the capt:si. heing treated barbar
:ly. Tife emi i was a.sini searched,
nd jr papers, the chronormeter, some
nofll mvey.arid other arii-les removed.
-m-- 1f wj.icn w'erc ntw returned. The
pion ntd mt,!. wre alk,, on the test
i-ney oI .et 'or-ru.ek and his men.broughi
p bfoore the 'so.icc Court, and fined 45
Ca ptain Cook contends that the conduct
f the Cile-tor i, e:,tirely unwarranted ;
),At it! hal. perfrmed all that the laws of
Ie port required, and that the seizure of
ik ve.,el at sea was an outragze utterly
wrsrlwyilitea shy law. It is alleged by
e nrmiark, ihat nic only acted in perfor
tnce aon hs sit uts.
The docuietis giving a dctaile I history
f the trantsactio6, have beet laid beforo
se proper authorities at Wasi'ington,
aving been torwarded by Lieut. Lewis,
f the U. S. brig lirpoase.
'Did you Erer."-Did you ever see a
ewspaper eorrespondent who did not
-rite to the editor of a "highly interes
Did you ever see a man who eballen
ed aunt her to mortal combat who did
I subcribe himself "yvuur very obedient
Did you ewer see a candidato for ofice
-ho in the courw cif his canvas could de
-:t any personal deformity in the voters'
si!drn-or who saw any thing else than
mteresaing hialies" in his travels?
Did you ever see an editor whose oppo
ng political contemporary did not pub
,h a "cntemptible sheet V,
Did you ever see a retail trader who did
it sell his goods *-fifty percent. cheaper
nIan any other house in& the tun ;" or a
inn disposing of his stock who was not
elling off at first cost I"
Did you ever see a vender of patent
edicices who was not paironlized by
he P'residenst ad several distinguished
etmbteri, of Cun;ress 1"
idn eve Sec a pretender, whatever
igt'b sis pecubsar calling, w'ho was
at n illitnt to submit bit claimsa to a dis
Didh you ever see a steamb~oat blow up
r which Ilame could attach to the cap
inl or engineer ?
Didi you ever see a lawyer address any
her tnan a 'highiy intelligeni and res
tctable jury ?"
Did you cvcr see a voter who had not
srdemabile clasims on the GJovernment for
Did you ever see a man removed from
lice who w as not "proscribed for his in
tpptndetsce and persecuted fur his poli
Di yo vr see a player who had not
se ulfilled a 1brilliant engagement"
smewhere or a depsutamnte who did act
axe a "decidedi hit ?"
Dad you cver see a speech reported by
Sasuthor n hsich was nout filled with pa
thtetical *busrsts of applauise," "hear,
'ar," and "treme-adous cheering.? '
Didl you ever se ainy man who would.
ss, when he could comte the "giratie"
ct the public.-N. 0. Pieayune.
Ies.-To pirevens bees from going off'
[Son swarmning,. take the precaution,
hen they exbsittt a disposition to swarm,
,sp moast of' the holes by which they
ave the have, so as to force the swarm in
nnmtnlsy mitade up of the young bees,
any of' whom cans scarcely ly ; and as
ahing can be done by the swarm till all
e o)ut oft the hive, but fly about in the
r, by prolongiing the tame of their comn
out, the feebsle oaes get sired, and
cir pslans sa frustrated, that it Iis ne
sa-y for them to alight for rest, and
arranune for (lheir journey. li the
artm be aide to leave the old hive ail at
c,.*. tisy v hat littlo about alight
liens-b'wgs.-!f you anti for heas to
ei aks, select those eggs 5o
- uts wismen are distinguished for ha
m;-, smtsin' cod.. Those which have
cir sall ends roughenued bsy concentric
rile", and which are the most oval in
om, p~roduce- cocks. it is a matter of
npsorene. -.omti-vi'e's, to she grower to
adermd .ni . I.aa. A4s least so thought
!.ra "t.te n.bsnims that lie has drank -
174 000H w asrth ofC c Id aisne imnported by
c'enr a:jvemtt. lie otught to be asham
d if hsims'e'f 's sasy so, in a city where
-: 'so msuch g:,od Croson, anid so ma
y '1m mas 'ires socii.-N- Y. Herald.
A hhecp sshould e juge of like a
.'tiv-.y the fineniess oft his coat. WVe
ce l'ias of the shec p for thie comn:'ri
ta-hoa it'5 s'- a;'t ! In: hottn cases the
*nt is 'Ia' monst valu:?.e part anLa
\-hat i' eitrr wosrth n ithous a co~at?
beween tielati nd.J Somb -C arnlia. %..-c i
s.t (-arotis f- rrtr! 'Tle mct
;., .pim; :o it.4 leet. n. r'tpondcd to
r it: j w::iimn t wfith thrn :er triti c!heor.. c(
W r.t nad hoie a lii.c 1ann1linfity-a;
lis.e ti tatson t the rb!inah.ss of oaths e
: th Om 'try. It 'a .' . -it ' l l i':.c; th; th.-re
rc- bet 1.4 nahl wva-v m:-s':rve Air. (Y- c
l'-('014 :1 Wj: hII tiu;:hit v'fat -1(e % II9 al
Ins; 'h 1" : l b.': ::ep - )1 Ii "
l i ai 1:.fplo --.-As a Ce ti- : cc
*f- ..mL... u I
t i '!.nore i 4 o I-: I .I.:::, --no . 1, y
ie ; i t -v -f/ iieff I r ltt.r ii tl;lt l i i
.' vondayt. - 'edIi n :.af ittiii:. Aii.e f tr l '
' t.a an r ::. pe in a scit-n- t .e di i
a x-,a z e . -- :.t' %i r. - . wn i ,-d.
o tha e f i zei of'6- 'p 1 .ti\i l.tivit . a hl l
L',: -,0 . nd. . adt i.:d wtim t o er tdo r r
--en U.M vr. .ma' heir n4 I prtione I it it I
tht. . e1bfdwdr madopth llo sin; ;e, c tn-1;aV
of nut -~lltlrt-n ;in it we. hnv 'Jhiild -fu C
;u.'V~tl t orij it NlZ':le A Iici e ti le :araaa rf eoa -
,ltiitwt-il poar r flares rill iuvalie* Rna' 111c
a r .:~t as an art ' ia e ni:al Snipe
/ r er- / Thu to re .ert I .' %ha ven w th
th- .1 fri, :1 * fl ro --ge o f t fee rywe f
whe:-a h i ' fuanlila. in< l andia oif.! puwa:
aI rtau, ad pr :tion hcat eat i ne ?itt:;.: v
haver h--lu~ :.r air~ o1 tni..hmTenta h. call* Iton ;
usi "to ce t.L r.i-s'- h a lac V.d." et ur r
idi r th, ica it.
tie land -f ur indpio a thc i
Of ou:r hr ; i itwhrv e:ai 'c
aeiayu am a r!egac% 0! %il the f c- I
i it- t powe dares n ct nvade n- ihe
ritn i is bImltii to t;e hav f- i
1I.It'. a .l etio w~nil a hav4, r et- i1.m td
d r gn , :en, a- rofnc u ople nod. T0 I.,r t
accou . R, /:o, inec Cantil pwt
: hite the iya lii arc iai d b : ai ira b a
r rs ihn 'tir fI i'urV %. %rea p ile .ir- b
Iem.itaut..ri i ar!c late fel -ellos a r- rdai-ed
o u -t a Sat ao r ote. r, n ; l tnenar: left c
tiaried tai rawni frtu- ' ii'i ll neveya riiy i l
tial l t : e nf ':w iBriti p ndp:lwu .it.. D
. 'hl t u rti'jon , anr ru iita; ii the inry it.,
Iof ui. slanr!ii- G1 10he at-cirtiou inaa p.
pear. : and wee! wil e* the French ena
diani have*. hil ras'ntir fiaapei~upon ('lean
at fihe expe'nise of the more de~crs ha; Colo- e"
rapi:t of oiler ori.-it is no lr true.
- u - i th: ab .'l for Sone iric P 11.1 that '
bened .;; eva ihae lic.-e s nioIalu.er*
ii it the iirtmt'enat of St. Phili
ti:ry Suthiha. inana Pod dnnunt;nz.
ciw iii- isq 6oladront. awl g.itig throtOlg
ailit e ev ultiaoaa oJf egaa :roclys at tlie.
Oil 4t 40" Off Iitti)?fn Its
":i :ai Sne ofi' antbt ur Rif oanu
ntridli upon ;ht Nprth b :k oaf ile
St. Lawrecea, -tom~c tz'is buiow Mop.
trea. Sofw the armed pph laiona
noera with fures dranidin inn tmd hort
belts and pwcr ori shah aench. Can-it
bsoidef Cavalry hve beoninaneuvd b ne
%. lao carricti n dr-wu itsota inl is hango!.
og in the m-ihboe o of Srao. Pheilips
wi4. a ieen ay comeapfaies ofc hitgh std
.I g.'ling~ apon ie Nrth bjaic k of!' iie
~Ire~l. Sme-l were armedi witha m~cdkeys,
th r with iuse.'s, n day 1.ade' sop
esan powderii horsinag nbeFrch thir P
shtulder. They werea ommande bv uineli
wi ho' cain2 a dythod it ish han. U
whtihil h ieiwaved aoed h edi wen
appearedn tobe oleaba~ly oe di.,cilned.
mairching ind tioi ihro.:: theira eTr
cie, tiinta inle cmpatnis &c.t wlith raeapt at
i alaet f a r being u frrqnently he it
.rigntmalge rhcrh are~ arely cagend tee by
theren eccCniiitans! n se t sie-~t
pi s. hvm for theuir obect theds ihem
berment oCanad fr')omt t mohecoan- *
try.d pevil :rgot s h'uI a.'yn~et French dia. P
Outta.atlrdy. aieem peracner but nik U
ch-ef is btewing ~~rlnIla-the Btis pon th
(Theao Mofntrea Courier tmakes tportnofu d
for anth ett reelionr~~ in ada mThe
an.zanercoural m'.el r a'eo ae wiunow- at
der o teihk~Yi l een.andq deca ed !uon a
sthle arching and coade m~rhngn~n and
m~e., nain. term., Cavalry weres'~ ak- n
it.nu ch..rge ner e atn tlcharges tera:
lter. Tere drilingan iawdnlg due yier,
a'neup irsty maad w. ai-ctlanin
mci,. tn aat numbe of fuet-- ao- ihe :
ian t.atiler anr rd rn etreomatk u
in4ut Wa Lerinbiness upon.' "the i
bankitrs ''a of the t. Lwee ut the C<
Ct'tavi~er thet tCouir un t n u
loet. r, the n carop erl~ in rthe must c'
unmer~'iacil manner tlaut. we ie wtnte=-I
wad fo 'an "exceed hvit nreatfli lent fn:
years'." t The "Caal ryeate says cr.- a
ted pr~ incilyof Yaolc co. r t lDur- a
hamv't horit horn breei, we preume.)and C
asoto then "mting' undheru das ning. rer
:h*e oation, 'he.rewaeist upon theJu~~
i t, -:c ess of Cthea fome tha;o.te.
lateroushe crtring ac nidnew hyohe
Ta-ee-kpesta athi~ anti wiemelit the (on-aca 1
..hauehetr it th ra fr -. : - a ti.' fg . ai ~
qufit hat Sitof r ~e ti. lt'.'et al-. Ao. v
byteri o branie Rtt, aai.a*a