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ED%GEFIELD C. 1].
COLD \\~AT11ER.---Thle necather for
smme days past has been quite severe, the
thermometer in the morning standing at
Col. E. II. MLLF.t.E of Williamnsburff,,
was on the I1Ith inst. elected Urigadier
General, to command the -4th B3rigade of
CoL. FR EMON'T-This highly accomplish
ed Olicer has determined to pursue hisex
plorations of Oregon and California, on his
own rooting,, as hie is no longer in the employ
Ment of the Government, Such a man is
worih a hundred ordinary politicians.
The ne.rt House of Rep-esentatires.
-Trhe next IHouse of Representadives,
will have a mnjority of Whig members,
wVho have been elected on the same ticket
with~ General Taylor. In the States in
which Congressional elections have been
held, the general result waq 20 majority
f.,r the Whigs. It ii probable that ihis
majority will be increased. The Senate
will utill continue Democratic.
Great Zoological E.chibition.-We refer
our readers to the advertisement of AMessrs
RAYMOND &, WARNGs, who are now ex
hibiiing in Charleston their fine collection
er wild animals. This exhibition we un.
dersiand is one of rare interest, aind is well
worthy of a visit. This exhibition will
take placeat EdgPfield C. 11., on the 14th
ofDecember2next. Get your change ready
all ye lovers of fine shows.
TCnRTIrT COGaEss-TIe Ioustise.
When the present Congress first assembled
in December last, it was politically divided
as fllows: Whigs 115, Administration
110, A bolition 1, Native A merican 1.
The Session closed accordion to the New
York. Tribune, with 113 Whigs, to 11I)
Democrats. This may not be precisely
eorrect, but it is nearly so, ive thiuk. On
aicount of certain vacacies, somre ns
ploera.erof electeOrn Th is-irncreased
Ifie'Whig strength to its. original number
ow n ootinste vouch for ie entire ae
entracy of this cassinetnt, u as it is diffl
-edt to tll the political hue of some of the
fl ae a majority o hgmmes
Wo have beeivled onaplt oyo thetke
proceenofer "emcrti Talr. the State ,i
ywhich Coassmlion Caltion onv hen
f..r th ee t I t isprta tha t tn his
willutinl ontie Dubjectic.laeyan h
Wilmot Proic Thimeeiaoined ae
Courreaspto Coth terien of ocres
RpONDt &l WortIn, ofh Sare anw the
Sahbding taleso thr one ollaction,
and wilso anmaxecuTieommittene n-y
doteseeand Diste of te Satest ranie
orthern ait. Ris Republican will
take plae dgeeh C.ther, o the uthn
wisall ecuvrsofe hmio terw iht,th.
intittoad their prope-T. us
he th presoeutiongrte meetin assebled
in o heme at, fSoth aoliamy ivi
mate eides on,ias 115,e Aortheira adop,
110n, Abrelition to tive mrcan sue-w
The Ssind clrer acep redi to e Nou ec
Dedamos hisary oturercindsely
Woreehav but isr narl sopren tisk. On
thesbjet. fere cane, oobt that
Smothra Caro ci alterably opposed h
tre wisrth t isituina ftber
Whatpartiula moeh of toe agantie she
m~ay aoptis uneair,cbtios assureisdly
shel toitll hestitiOr, thuaer soer popte
aremes. Cout ctionth ther sise
SWaes he deciedy pampers, copy oft them
roensof theircmo rig oraichts. Pr
In o Neberce Woe daesrceivedre in
Thisor metiaopted ina preablchn e
stionsy oa ether ribjecn o Say and the
Wieadfu Proiso. hih detinyoned aes
amreountgomte of 2rpet, adageto ceares
aonditall potoife.h taean h
Slae holingSts firtboke oincerphy's actaon,
est.alisomn an xctie Comitee of ftee
wsall The avutoiedt assemeted pt
wheerd itfon e nesardffy-si Acording
totethi sresto, theentnge preighse,a
ftoryeasev hed, ait ofthoiste tor orgn
smachshallin secuemiterits, t h ae
dintos, and ther, Brp ba Presan
nTh al muh soto of the meetied asets
that,ft whateand coulrs ol cenduty iveo
huned of eaeo Suthwr Caroled. ma eucom
matelyddecie oasporope fot thei indstr
dand ersteraer,y crece a srich
SouthCaroneaihb is erlyoppoed torthe
Another confagradon occurrea at It
corner of Bowery and Broome street, o
the line of the Harlem Railroad. It dei
iroyed six hruses, valued at thirty thousan
dolluri, and damaged the Rev. Dr. Cone
Stone Church to tite amonut of about onl
While these fires were raging, a thir
broke out on the corner of Eighth avenu
a)d 35iib street. inl a siable, which wit
dwelliti houses, was destroyed. Loss ei
timated at eighteen thousand dollars.
And while all those fires were in fu
career, another burst out in West 17t
street, which ietmioli.hed six houses an
destroyed four horjes. I am glad that
have done with the sad catalogue.
Another despatch also says:
The Si. Barnabas Protestant Episenp;
Church was insured Ir five thousand do
Iars. The school-house was also insure(
The incendiary was chased several squart
tby the watchmen. but succeeded in e&ec
ing his escape.
From the Baltimore Sun, 21st instaut.
FURTIER BY TIlE ACADIA.
BATTL AT VtENNA-PRIOGRESS OF T11
WVe yesteruday received the followitn
ad,ftional items of intelligence by th
AU eT fltA.
We are still without any direct commi
nication with Vienit. It appears, howev
er. without doubt. th:ai it has, been artack
ed and hnmbarded by Windischgratz. anw
that his troops have suffered severely; an
when the last accounts left they had faile
to make themselves mastets of the town
Jellachich had been compelled to retirc
and the citizens are determined to destro
the cily rather than surrender. The de
fence of Vienna can only be maintaine
by the defence of Saragossa.
The latest intelligence received, ri
Ralihandi is that four of the suburbs, viz
Lachiiutial. Sandswrast, Laggersall. an
Erdheen are in fl imes, and the cannnonad
cotntittued without intermission on hot
sides throughout the day. The troops ar
in possession of the northern line, but hav
n3t yet succeeded itn taking any of th
suburbs iii the Ingerzul. A trenendou
barricade has been erected which was de
fended bty eiht cannons, and as min;
campanies of Burghers. A perpetual fir
was kept tip agiinst the enemy, but the:
were beginning to husband the p.twder
The western conduit, which is in the hand
of the enerny, tias not been destroyed. Thi
dead are buried on the Glasis, as the churcl
yard is occupied by the enemy.
Unfortunately, there has been an en
counter in tite streets between the tri colo
red burghers; in which the battle weri
overcome, after they had set the streets oi
fire; this is, however, a solitary instance
A captain in the National Guards hat
been hanged, as he intended to inform th
enemy of a sally, which was to have beer
made from Nusshorf. There is no wan
of money, and the bank has not yet beet
attacked. Seventy thousand florits. whict
were destined for the military, have fallet
int.o the hinds of the National Guards
Jetachich and Auersburg stind southwarc
and Windischgritz tiortiward. The PolisI
Keaguers have had considerable losses a
the.Prater. From 60 to 70 were dead.
It is said in Paris that Louis Philippi
atnd the Government have come to a pri
vate understanding with respect to ths
property of the Orleans family. Thb
Cotunt de Menterliret is to he the laquidato;
and a loan of twetnty millions are to bi
raised to pay the most pressiog demands
otn tthe property for the sutpport of the famn
ily whtile they remain in England.
A postcript from France states tha
Cavaignac declines being a candidate fo:
WVilmner and Smith's Times says tha
the Cholera seems to he making insiduou
progress amongst the population of Lou
don, although there is nothing at preseri
to create undue alarm. The weekly aver
age of~ deaths within the bills of moralit'
were still 47' belowv the wely averagd
fur the pagt five years. TFhe deaths ii
London from Cholera dluring the wieel
amtountedl to 31; the average weekly ntum
her being only one for the anteceden: fivy
years. But 18 cases were reported n:
Tuesday, seven of wvhich were fut al, ani
nine cases were reported on Wednesday
seven ofivwhich also proved fatal; 15 case
occurred on Thursday, 12 of which were
[fatal, In Ediubhurgh and the vicinityi
still lingers. There has been five death
sittce the last report, making 169 death
since October 7th, otut of 290 cases.
Fromn Correspon-lfence of the Picayune.
MLixtco, Oct. 31.
Editors of the Pwcayunc.-Since m
!ast there has beent httle of interest
acquaint you of in relation to Mlexica
affairs. llowev'er. ats the departure c
Mr. Cliffured for the United States af
fords atn unusually favorable opportu
nity to send a letter ditect, T avail my
sell nf the same. It may not be uninter
esting to your readers to learn a fac
becotming more visible every day here
and that is a growing feeling in favor o
the Americans an,ongst the people c
this cotuntry, and especially atmongs
those of the higher, wealtl,y an enlighten
rdl class of people. From utiquestiona
ble authority I have this ciricumstance
nnd I may add that amongst none i
the desire to protmtote friendly and close
ly allyingly interests stronger than amo
ng:st the dark-eyed daughters of Mexi
lit regard to Government affairs
these are in as unsetled a position a
ever. It is still a matter of great doub
wvhether President Herrera wvill be ab)i
to maintain his Government, land ther
is little doubt wvhen he goes by th
boat d, t hat this un for tunate countryv wil
either be convulsed by some millitary c
other faction, or to save itself pray i
be annexed to the United States, as t
only saving power by which it can pos
sibly be preserved from titter annihila
tion. The tasriff bill, wvhich is still un
der disctussion, is one of great momtent
and would ifcarried throtugh tend mor e
e Increaso'the comrnerce of tMe Republicl
than ull the laws enacted since its esta,
blishment. Congiess has authdrised to
I the Government to borrow $800.000 G
"on the strenght" of the next 3.00,000 i
C that is to be paid by the Uniied Staies. di
d I have understood that the American
e Minister was confered with on the'sub- sr
h ject, and his advice in file matter solicit- T
ed, which was that as little be b.rowe,,*
as would barely suffice- to keep ihe mill S
Lroing, at least until I:e teturns from tIh
United States. His opnion Was approv- G
ed most fu"lly by the Mexicatn Minists, 4
and u ill be acted upon as early at'possi B,
ble. His excellency. Don Luis de la [(
d Rosa is waitir.g for tite Aimerican Minis I;
ter at Vera Cruz, and will, it is said wilI T
- his family and suite, become a sojot
Sner in your city for a few days. He is
a tnan of the first talents probably in C
W.xico, and tlte fact of his'being one --
of the commissioners, as well as a high If
minded gentleman, entitles him to . R
friendly reception in the Redublic of the tli
E North Ih
9 Correspondence oj the Baltitore Sun. a
e GUENliS AYRES, AUG. 24. K
Gen. Rosas is the Government of
- Buenos Ayrvs or Argentine Confedera. l
- tion. Hos k the Executive, the Legis.
leture, the Jndiciary, the Millitary, and
the Clilich, including the Atchbishop- f
rics and Bishoprics. ie it indeed the
absolute despote directi:ig any people
on this globe reputed to be within the
pale of citilization. flis will and ca
price are the law, and its execution has -
I placed on the record of Rosas' histor5 2.
acts of tyranny and cruelty which none 3
hut the most ingenious and blood-thurs- 4
tv mind could have conceived. His 5.
reien is indeed the reign of terror. 6.
The modus opcrandi by which he
hasestablished his despostism may b:- ga
threred by relating a fact within the
a knowledge of every person hrre.' A to
s Colonel in the Argentine army, distin
guished for li long sevices, and a gen- th
i ral favorite with the people for his gal- YC
lantry, talents and sterling character, ch
since Rosas was placed at the.head of "P
the Government, called upon lim, and r1
was received with all th-- courteorness
which mark the manners of the Span- .
iard, and with all the kindnesv which
would indicate high iegard for the visi
ter and gratitude for favors rendered. by
Rosas entertained him for a long time, Su
and the brave but unsuspecti soldier to
felt recompenced for all his ser ices and as
sacrifices hy this distinguismenttwhich i
marked his treatmeut during t,o inter,
t view . on
I As tle Colonel was abou eaving,.
Rosas begged him to proceed immedi, Z"
ately to-- -the- ec"mrment me-few ce
milesLfrom the guint i r a de
Aote-to his (Rosas) broth b a hId .
ineA a confirmation of whip elha jist
verbally said to hiin of his hih ~regard inj
and consideration. Mounting his horse,
te rude to encampment-was met by f
Rosa's brother wvith unaffected wartmth b
-and after the ttsual civilites had hd
been interchanged, the Colonel deliver
ed the note from his Commanding G'en-W
eral. The note was read, and to the sn
horror of Rosas' brother, it contaioed
as imperative order, to shr-t, with,in ten
minutles after its delivery, the bearer.
H e said nothing to his unsuspected guest A
but, requesting hiim to a wait his return,li
hastened to the tyrant's residence, pre- fl
sutming there might be some mistake.G
Gen. Rosas ordered him immediately ti
back, with the injunctton, that unless
his order ed was instantly compli d with, oh
ha should also meet the fate of the con- E
denmned. The brother of Rosas return
ed, read the note to the unfortunate sol, t
dier, and told '-im lie had buta few in- k
utes to live. WVithout a word as to the k
motive which had dictated this tyrants'()
mandate, and without ilme to bid his "
wife and childern farewell, hte was tak
en out and shot ! This is only a sin
gI" instance of innumerable acts which an
he has perpetrated, to establish his des
potism. The life of anybody, even sus
pecd of influence, is thtus extinguished,
and so ter ibhle has lie b.come, that ter- gr
ror is visibly imipressed upon the conn,. be
tenance of every one whlo has the mis- neC
for tune to call himself a citizen of the ph
Argentine Confederation, lie
GE.TAYLOR'S CADINE--Ie cdi
f tor of the New-York Mirror remarks
. that while lie has no desire to dictate, thti
or say a word on the fortnation of the
Cabinent of the President elect, still if ttu
it had been the will of the peop)le that
lihe should have been elevated to the 1.
,Presidency, the following would have 2.
f been the selection made :3.
f Crittenden, of Kentucky, Secretary 4.
tof State. . 05
. Evans, of Maitne, Secretary of Tr ea- 6.
,King, of Georgia, Secretary of Navy.
Bell, of Tennessee, Secretary of War. ou
Granger, of New-York, Post Master fre
- Chtoate, of Massachusetts, Attorney l
,It is not all improbable that several of lik
s the gentlemen named wvill occupy the Ih
tpositions assigned them by thte MVirror. it
aB REAKERS AHIEAD !-The Hon. Tmed- i
n deus Stevents, one of WVhig members
I cle.ct from Pennsylvania, over whose
r success, Southern Whigs have been fin
a crowing so miuch of late, is pledged to of
e itntroduce a hill to abolish slavety in th.
- the District of Columbia, as soon as heth
- takes his seat in Congress. -Verily, the th
-"paramount question" President, and ,wi
:, his administration, have a stormy time iv
a b,efore tlcm.- P!nentf Bn. sti
WASTNCTON, Nov i.
It may gratify the cutinsity of some
know the relative rank of all our
enerals as thwy came out of' the late,
ir. Those in bracket  have been
Major General.-Scott, Gaines, Jes.
p, Tayl,.-,[Boiler, Piitersnn,]; Worth,
Wiges, [Quitmnai] Kparny, (dl-c'd.)
'ol, [Pillow, Shields.] Pe rsifor F.
nith, [Cadwalader and Lante.]
Brigaditr Grnerals -Brad y, Bronke
ibson, Arbuc kl(, R ger Jones, Tow
n, [Marshiall,] Chtrchill, Whiting,
-knap, [Pierce.] Bankhead, Totten.
uhig]Rly arney, [Pierce,]
arland, Clark, [Morgan, Andiews,
DEATH OF I1ON. A. D. Sts.-The
het aw Gazette, of the 21st inis . says:
rihe painflul intel!ipence of the sudden
atih of this gentleman, our immediate
opresentative in Congress, reached
is place on Saturday evening last. We
yve not heard the foll particulars, but
arn ie was confined to his roun 4boui
week with hemorriage of the lungs, at
ingstree. where ie died. Mr. Sims's
rly death will long be laiented by a
-ge circle of admiring connections and
SoUrr CARoINA Cor.r.E.-The
lowing genil--man of t1t G-aduating
ass Orti. year, recer-ived app,in:ments
- the Annual Conimencemet to take
ice on Monday, 4.h priximo.
J. P. Adams, 7. Juniis Nott,
L. S. Blandin,1 8 G. 3. Paaersnn,
V. R. Tab.tr. 9. J. P Laborde,
J. T. Purcher, 10. J. T. Betha,
WV. Tranl-y, 11, J. 13. Fwnrt,
T. Johnson, 12. N A. Taill3.
CIJAIEST-N 11 -TiL.-The Chai les
i Mercury of It, 23 d inst. says
7his large an elegant es.ablishm--t,
property of the city, was disposed of
sierda.v at public auction, and pur.
:Ised by our euiterpricine and pubbc
irit"d fvllow-ci1izen, Mi. Win. Ension,
WINTr. . WEATEttE.-The Green.
le Mountainrcr. of the 24.h1 inst. say:
)n Saturd,y night last we were visited
a heavy fall of rain and sleet, and
nday morning presented the housn
is in lthe livery of a colder clinte, but
the Sun made his appearance, the
ntry Vis'tPr took :t hastv leave. Since
it tnie it has been rold and clear. At
irise cn Monday ilte Mercury was
ly 18 deg. above zero (14 below free
g)-and at the same hour on the stic.
?ding mornings at 21, 22 and 23
last, it commtnced raining, -%hich it
itinued to do ttp to a late hour in the
ernoon, when the rain was scceeded
hail whticht in turn was soon suporced
by stnow. The snow storm set in
ut dark, and lasted till near morning.
e have neiver witnessed as heavy a
>w storm at thtis season of the' v'ear.
[ Cheraw Gaz. 21st in st.
ITtEREn IS A GonD TIMfE CoaT!NG
yS."-This hopeful pr'ediction of the
olition phtilo,sopher, ilorar.e Greet3',
no donbt thtinks, is about to be l.
'd. By makinge the di<covery that
'-t. T vylor was a het ter Fret. Soil mntan
in Martin Van Bu;en. floratce has
tained a seat tnpon thte fl 'or ol Con
'ss, and now with tihe aid of a few
tuthern allies, hte can prom';s. his
'hoys" any quantity of "Free' Dirt"
'y mty desit e. We would htke to
owv how some of our Soutthern Irienids
wh'ise stomatchts we're too dlelicate to
allow Ge'n. C.tss, will fee'l "chteck hy
vi" otn thne floor of Congress, with
'race Greely ! Take canrr. [lorace,
d don't break yourtrap.
[ Palmetto l)anner.
MIYSTERsoU;S.'-Te Coluntbi- T'ele,
aph/, of the 21[st inst. says :-"Thte
dy' of a Negro man was discove'red
ar Camdent a few d'ays iice. Fotul
iy is susp--cte-d, b'nt as yr-t r.o clue htas
en obtained as to the circuntstances
rncted witht his de tht.
The following have bteen thte ages of
Presidents of the United States, at
time of' thteitr election to the Execu
WVashtington 57 I 7. Ja kson '61
Johna Adams 61j S. V;,r Buren 54
Jeflerson 57 9. 1Ilarrison 67
Madison 57 10. Tyler 50
M..nroe 57 11. Petlk 4I9
J. Q. Adams 57 n12. Taylor. 64
VE'rABI.E CUR10Sty.-We have in
r otice a Sweet Potato that exhtibi's a
at of growth of a singular character.
htears the appearance of a snake i" coil,
head protruding from the centre,.some
at flattened. taperintg suddently at the
oat, and again enlarging in natural life
a protpor'ions. no the extreme point of
tail, which is finely drawn down. If
tould bte uncoiled, without breaking,
old measures about two and half feet
lengt h.-Carleston Courier.
1TuE CEL.EBRATED GAINEs CAsE.-We
d the following int a Philadelphia paper
Montday:-"We have been informed
tt the Judges of the Supreme Court of
tUnited States htnye issued a mandamus
Mrs. Alyra Gaines, to appear beforo
mtt otn the first (lay ofthe next term,
ecn the decision givena in hcr favor last
inter wsill be annulled, as wo undcr
F)on the Evansville Indiana Journal.
A Dn.Mric DEATH -We have late
Iy seen going the rounds of the new9
ipes an account, in tie nain correci
tof a deplori.lle tragely dhat oc'urre
ton the boards of the Nasiiville Theiati
smn( fifteca years age. The cditor <
the paoerq was on the stage personatin
lit- "Fiiar." wlien thie deplorable at
cident occarred, and as we observe
one or two sligh:t Prro,s in the accon
as now published, we deen it proper I
make the correction.
A nunbr of young men, with on
or two exceptionS, prioters, engiged i
the different oflices in Nashville forine
themselves in a Theatre Corps, an
rented ite Theatre witI its sc:entry, an
commenced giving dramatic opresenti
ives. They had perfornerd iwo or irc
weeks, when Mr. J. J. McUiugh;ini,
young genthrian fron Iloplk:nsvihte, Ky
Of fine person,il appjeara ice, great dr;
natic talent, and energy of characte
presented himiself to tte managin2 con
nittee for a sim:itio.n. lis offer w
accept, d, and after assistie in the rf
ples. niration oftle drama t)f"-R,jb B,y,
"Bertiram, of the Cistle nt St. Aid<
hrand," was annontitced, and h- 1) p<m
f-,rn dhe part of B'rtrami. r- d y iii
piece was t) bei peirforend, IMeicdgbi
v-sited ile steain o -t landing to ,i
good by to at friend who wai leavinig f1
the East, and was accidentally taken o
by the b-at and carried sei tweni
miles dwn thee river, wien It w;
put on shore and had to walk ilhh tie wi
back to the (ity, where lee arived abot
su set, cample-telyexhusted, and looli
in2 wild -ind excited to an unosuil df
gree. Ilis associates, to whom he Im
greatly end-aed hiinsilf by his frani
mainly depor tnct, offert-d to post pon
tie pla.cy to some other evening, h liI
to whom the n:inagement had bee
given strongly insisted that heie shoul
be no di appotwtment, and remarkec
with a forced smile, upon his c0o11n
tenance, that if the others wer - read
lee was, and he would ''play Bertrarr
as it n-ver lad been played on thos
boards'" lie kept his word.
Evening come and the theatre wi
litbwd and the house was soon filled b
t,ie b-,wetv a td fashion of the city. Th'
play had progress.d nearly to the clos
and had given gfeneial satisfaction, ne
oely tic the audience nbut to fite perfor
mcers hemselves. It is trun MrL-nji
lin appeared gleatly excited during ihi
play, and when rot the stace he sough
some corner apart fr.m the others, h
no notice, was taken of this, and lee wa
sufflred to commcine wifhhimiself aone
lii the end of thee play Beriamstabs him
self and dies, and IcLaug,hilin not hav
ing provideid himself with a weapon f,
khl,-Accazjon, readily accipted a Spaiiiisl
tnitrd-beiiid the -gcen-. As fh
tragedy wore its denouncement Ii
'xcitemenlt increased, and tjie glooml
tpirit oef tIe play~ was tupon him witi
power tha:t mnade cc sueong impressiot
af reality upon1 cte heersN, anid mada
theme shudder' as lhe pronouncced te
following accompaied by the ptlunge
of thce daigger theat berought him to hi
"B3.rtran hathl but one foe or
And he is hecre." [ Slabs himself.
I' wa- aet tis neonment theat lee pluneg
ad the weapon to his heari. Fe wea
:lotle'ss te r'eut of:the cxcited feel
ngs of thee nc tor, whoe heed two aebsoc hineg
Iy entered ineto the dicndfulh speicit u
Wec chaitacnbly suppose chat lhe lea
no premeditatced de'sien e.f reioine hi
fe wtte play; buct heis cocmp;lete dn
ficatcion of1 fe'elicng wsith lee pa. t e
ected, led hcim to scincide as a cnactura
~enseq.ence. iIe dcewv the bbicodl
wVeap[oni from hcis boesome, aced, theoewini
it from heimt, fell aet len'cgth Ip th)etCle stage
rThe hcallucineatin, il'sech we omay Cal
it, did nice ecnd with tte piluncgr eof th<
bigger. His feelings bore him along
stil further. There is still, after stem
e~xclaminactionc 'f sturprise fromn the tra
gic moneks, a di ne sentren for him t
repeat. Hie raised himself on his elmow
rend went roiughe it with startling effhct
WVit h a burst of e'xhiulta tiocn
"I die'd no feln's dlenth
A warrior's weaepon freed a war
WheiIlehe was prontuncing thtese, tIh
laest words of the tragedy, his eye acn
manner were fearfully wild, tIe bhoo
was falling from his bosome upon tIh
stage and runcning downe cowards thr
young genclemnan who had pe.rsoneate
the theno ifPhess laedy iueogene ! A
soon as thce last worcds were pronotence
lee fell backwards to incse no more. HI
livecd fromte Thucrsdaiy niLhet untill Satuerda
nmrning, whien hce expicrd in ncuchc pain
His renmains wvere attended to 'h
gravi' by ltis companions, whon racised
ilaeb co his nemrery, wichl is inscribedn
if we recollect rightly, the last uor'ds hi
spoken up)ou the stage.
EDcTons in FR.iNCE AND ENGLANJl
In France, says a Lcondon Seuenay pa
pet, the editor.of a ne'wspeape'r is a powe
recognized and hocenored ice the hghces
circles ocfsociety; ice Englan.l lee is scar
cely' know he3.:d die ranege of hic of
fcce. In Franece, 'men hike Gune zci
Theirs, Laneartine, Baraaute, leave reaht
ed the offices oef the state theroucgh jour
nahism. Icn Saxony, a Lmndrecan;i
Prussia, a Humebolt harve been mcd,
Prime Mineisters. But in England, say
the sanme paepes, dee accidc'nt of birth, o
lee posssession of wealh, atlon e insu t
e BY LAST IGHT'S MAIL.
GoVERqoR's 51MES.AGF.-By the kind
amtidon or qomp cf our friend-s. we have
d in our possesion this vnitable document,
it but owing to its leng1h, and the late hour
o at ihichi we receive.j it, we are com.
pelled to delay publishintg it, until our next.
ni TiE LErGsLATrRE OF SOUT:I CARO
YIA.-According to the Constitution they
d assembled at Columbia on Monday last.
d We lay before our readers some account
of the proceedings of the first day.
a From the Daily Telegraph.
., TIlE LEGISLATURE.
t- Boiti loses convened yesterday at JZ
r. o'clock M.. l1on. Angus Patterson, assu
mitig the chair in the Senate. and Hon.J..
s lzard lddleton, that of the House. Tb
standing rules or the last Session were
adopted for the government of both Hous
ses, and the preliminary steps for the pre-.
paration of business promptly entered into.
In the flouse the attendance was very.
ifuill-unusually so for the first day of the
t Ses;ion-it certaily speaks well for the
spirit in which they have entered upon
ir their dittieq.
- In tihe :-enate there were more empty
seats-still the attendance was very re.
y spectable ; and as the older and more de
s liberaio ody of the two, its movements
Y cannot be expected to be so rapid and en
it ergetic as those of its younger and more
- vivacious all.
IN TH1E SENATE.
d Nothing was dono save the formal hu.
siness of an openitig session. Petition%,
e memorials. &c., were presenjed. anid the
Standing Commiitees appointed by the
President. consisting of the following gen.
d STANDNo COMMITTEES.
Privileces and Electiuns: Messrs. Ila.
zvk. Moses. EVin. Gist and lanna.
Y Federal Relationq: Messrs. Manning,.
Ashe, Witherspoon, t. F. W Alston and
Finance aid Banks: blessrs. Buchanan,
Felder. Ellerbe, Ashe and J. D. Wilsor.
Judiciar% : 5lesirs. Moses, Gist. De Tre.
ville. lazyck. and Benij. G. Allston. -
Accounts and Vacant Offices: Messrs.
Black, Walker, Skipper, Cooper and
Claims and Grievances: Messr. Por
ter. Eaves, Williams, Caldwell and Gause.
Military and Pensions: Messrs. Hann'
Barnes, Bill and Marshall.
Incorporations and Engrossed Actsi
5 Messrs, Gritin. Irby, Ware and Hibliei;
The College. Education and Religio;;
Messrs. R. Fi W. Alston, Manning and
Agriculatre and Ititeruna improvemeats:
Messrs. Taylor. Ward, Huger, Cannop
Lunati,: Asylum and Medical Adcotntt:
Messrs. Godwin. Appby,ino, S Pal
mecr and Jno. WViltoon.
Legislature Library : Messrs. .Djack~,
Porter and( Mazyck,
Mr. Black, of Richaland.grave ndtle
that on Thursday next hie wottld bring in
A Bill to give the Election of Electors
to the *people-and a similar notice was
given in the rother lionee-so we may sn
tictpate a speedly set tlement of that vexed
question either ini one wvay or the other,
IIN THE HOUSE. .
-Thte same business was gone into;
a Petitions, Pietmorials Repors of Commis
,siners of Free Schools, Presentations of
.. Grand Jutries were taken up and referred
to approipriate Commtittee. One of the
Presentments adverted stranigly to the
evilse ariog from treiating at and betting
on Elect ions. andl urged the Legislature to
pas stritgent mecasures to ptut a stop to
M Jr. Sullivan. of Laurens, gave notice
t a t hn uld the next day introduce. A
Bill giving the Elections of Electors to the
Mr. Catrew, of St. Phillips. gave notice
that hte wouhil tntroduce a Bilt creating an
lttspection of Flour in the City of Char.
S All otf those anid many others were re'
ferred in the appropriate Committee, and
Iboth Itouse adJjourtned'at 1 o'clock to meet
aat 12 MI. this day.
From the 'olusmbia Telegrapha, 27th inst,
ARRIVAL OF TIlE CAMBRIA. -
7 DAYS LATERL FROM E'UROPF.
Imnprov'eument in Cofen. - Expected frou
bles in France.- Vienna Surrendered--.
e' Ireland Quiet, S,c. 4ye.
I A Telegratphic D)espatch from our at
dI temtive correspondent informs us of the
e arrival -f the Cambria at New York on
e Saturday morning last.
Political Intelligence.-Vienna was cur
rendered to the Imperial troops after eight
d caya siege. On the 1.sth, the attacking
General saidl, '.My soldiers will enter Vi'
entta to day." The whole city was in
poniesion of the I mperial A rmy after muclh
.resistanice. The Imnpertal Palace and Li.
e: brary we're in flames.
a In France the contest for the Presidency
| wxes very warm, the struggle between
' Cavaignac gand Lotuis Napoleon for thari
Soflice. will be a very exciting one. Ca,
aignac has prepared a large military force
to overawd any attempts at disturbace.
,On the other side, the Red Republicans.
*Socialists antd Cotntuniste, are also col
tectitng fighting men to support Louis Na
tIreland contitnues qtuiet, with the excep
-tion of difficuliies bet ween th.e Landlords
,Commercial.-Thte sales of the week at
- Liverpool amountted to 28.]80 bales,.of
which 13.220 were Orleatns, sold at 3 to
S4 1 2; 6140 Upland. 3 1.8 to 4 1.8; 3080
Mobile at 4 1-4.
The market closed on the evening of
sthte 10th with no change seinee the last
Fair Cotton qluoted, bowed and MobiTe
.:3 1_Q, Olans 4 1 8.