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Hi sN..B,tNJA NiN WAInt'6 OIiMINN
O Tru' PIiKDxT.a.-,-HOn. 'Benjamin
Wade, who caused a yarn to be-spin
about.in attempt U3 aessigate him so1e
weeks since, is again before the iubli,
He has epressed an opinion, wh ich is'
thus reeordad by a.correspondent., The
priva:te opinions entei4alnod and O!pre
ed by beijamin. Wade, :consernn'the
President,.are tiot-aby better than
he gives vent' 6 in pAblio speeghex,
made use of 'te.following free spejV4,.
I had known' A'ody .J9hnon a loq
time in tUe'-8ennt. Heand I had se tv
ed on -the 'same commi&te pnd had been
very intimate. When hsbecame Pre6t
dent he sent for rae'.alOong the first, and
told me ho should expiet me to be his
friend, and that he would- be glad t6.
take couiael of e. I tol',h I felt
,, very much %tsodJay-hi aqbs w
and woul(I always be glado -giTve h'm
wh assiatanc I could. e askdAhe
wlhnt. lie hAd betWer do with the rebelq,
and I told hirm 6U .tad better hang eight
or t--n of the le&e& and sca* the bal
ance so thatutky. woaid run,awayi ad
o leaye .an opea dot* for theth to .t
out at. He' said h* would do that. I
told him to tig teathq bits on'the dam.;
.ed scoundrels, as Lincoh6. had Win iv.
ing' them.Wi0 too loosq. a rein. Jfe
aRreod td 44at soo, and I -Ao4ght for
a while ho was dig to 'ck to it. . Be
fore f1r&'him rtold hA to'*e . r"d
by theilta of Filliho aid T1ye, who
had cot to the Presidency very much
as he had. * Said I: "There neer was
:a noan in your fosition n*de Presidlt
by the deatlif - another, that the mbi
who *a 'l gai4st him didn't try to get
hold dfihim, and whenever they've a Id
out the'fe amnfid tilemselves eternl'
. hnson looked'at row Vheh I said
thip, and aakw 41A. ifA I TaiIR4* , fear
'about'hisqOfPi over to the op in..
I told him'! hadI', but, said;
must 1oo., dut for tho(' and be' r
for-thdd.' ug9If dMtii ai
after IlI hi - 6didnt A a
prophesyi*1t 'bo.it.ha"s4io. oe
out, thA.I was ell yoi4,Ahdy Jobhb
son le0 4e i ut)nay
tinfe i 1R*r q s: vo p
He's f ai prse t to his,
parfy jiTyler wa umidh wos
yet fbfthe hav
o.itt4 - tm61 ftosi 041 above,
very ne &..9krvil
Sep misty ew u'
tporr oeident of thei
pla oomm.nping". 6
861 wt b "-this '3
e sud to-.M
M. -Dii Chailln recently delivered an
Addresa before the Royal Geographical
Society in 'London, itwhich he gave a
description of. his second journey in
Equatorial Afipa.,' A large .auience
was .present, amolig them many eninent
men of science. We extract tho follow.
ing from the publishe4 report oF the
GbRILLAS. --- When thev- reached
Olinds, the old King was very frienIly
with him and called hint "his ,sweet
heart." .43till, he was so exacting it his
demands that M. Du Chaillu tolo him
he thonght he loved his goodomost.
The chief roplied that lie "loved both."
[Laughter.. Here he had numerous of.
fWra of marriage from the native ladies,
all dressed, in t,heir best, but the. wholo
were respectfully declined: From this
place he visited the Bakalia Falls,.under
difficulties, and. had an adventoare with
gorillas on the road. At the -time he
was unwell, and not strong enough t6
carry his gun. Thus unarmed, he Was
walking in advance of his arty' when
he heard a noise among . t trees, and
came upon ten gorrilla eating berries.
They quickly made for the ground and'
rat away, except an old maid, who came
towards -hini to -know what was the
matto,, giving, at the same time, a NO
roar." The approach of his men frigt
!*ned the animal,. which then ran aw#ty..
-..Je therefore had reason to modify
a6ene of theq opitlono expressed in h113
book,. and bolieved that gorillas are
sometimi., gregarious. His negroes
*ptured' a f.allgrown female, which
they kept for several days, but. the
whole.of them were very muCIL fright.
enedat f. -He hed four liveSnes in
hism.pfso1esih at differont times. He
saiv,nothihg to retract respecting their
habits from *at she had previously
;,Of the Noono tribes' he says:
11Tfie natives here are so qsarrelaome
that he did nd see aman who aul not
they are incorrigible dron as.
have three intbxiestlng liquors, made
respectipely from thia apigar cane, honey,
atd tlig sap df the pllntree. -
Tu'PioUIR.-ithe Assaagi coun.
tr he saw little huts'fonr feet, high,
rorming .villa"et generally.uninhabited,
because the dwarfsyho sometilles live
in them lead a wandering .gipsy life...-.
T41e aborigineA. seem to regard these
dwarfs with superstitiois awe, and he
could get few opportunities to examine
them. Thw women were less ifraid of
him than the men,,who ran away ; so,
en one occusion,.4 had ,ap op ortinity
of measuring, them,. and. he ound the
aversge hiight ef tie r.9mon to, be f r
1-t four inc to four met fiv inqh
pondentof the Cairo 'lme,'wrlting fr4nt
Jackstm, Tenn., under date of the 27th
ult, rec6ids the following luditrous Ine..
A. tighableincident oocutred at the
depot o day. 'The train from Mobile
brought up several b4rrils of shell oys.
t6rs.' A nualbir -f country negroes
stood by ead nver kwving Neen oysters
before, were somwhp astonished at the
% iranoo of 0:e bivalve. "Whar he
o,ft"edlalm"d one of the U'ore In.
quisitive. "Now ih *Irat, 6h ? Golly I
I Links uip adfilk % A bone. Ya) I
Ycih" lo e ?tiued,' bing lioft
P; fad o.Wait tink ilg.
ga a l e h's call idat ting:isef
JuWt~ * ha discovered'an 6pi oystir,
i5e ed i N I
tm.his noe,h ~+~a lt~u
4 T' bl'
raam wbr'both lu
P cf6 V
ddress. of the 6orps latif to thoeAI
Thf'followig,is iortign o( the ad.
drfoj of'tho Corps 'slatif in reply to
the Prpnch !mp01161: speech:
Srim: The .Orps atit is happy to
observe with yqui sty the'tendency,
constantly m9r ai more. kenera, tb
resolv.e foreign di ties by pacifio
meanst This tende strongtlbened as
it has belha by your i'Uw with many
sovereigns, and th epdly meeting of
the British and "'rE see, is an addi
tional pledge of th eonce, the preser
vatioli of which res ssto the require.
mente ec peoples, plishes the wish.
es bf Fiance, and No pro the wisdom and
prddence of hefGo inmqnt. We have
eyer shired-with ah Umperor the firm
hope that U rqcenelu'en will take placo.
betweenh Papa and 'Italy-a ro
conoliation essensin to both-theit inter.
eats, to the peace of rope and t4.td.
pose of, conciencas . 4 'he convention''of
September '15th h o tly executgd, will
be fresh guarantelof the temporary
power Tapplauseal Uo m intenance of
which is hifigpehas to thesindep&n
dent, exercise of th spiritua power of
tfe 110y Fatieri ,;lMore approbation.]
Our expedition t- .xipo :'J approadh.
ing its elid. Tie: ntry.has received
in assurance of 'th wit .sedefavtion,
We were forced. to to Mexico by the
im0erativqduty ofY tebting our'codn.
trymen agair.st oOl violenoep and ob.
taining the dre4srE qur two -leitimate
grievances. P Our dists and sailors
have worthil.wfgltlid the.-tas assigned
by your Majesty ttheir -devotednebs.
This expedition att.ts once more in dia
tant countries the iVointerestedness and
power of iFrance [plquse. j The peo.
plo.pf the.United* SAeS which.knowsof
old thi,'loyal(v: oPdar ipolisy and the tta
ditional sympathies which it inspires .has
no reason to take sAbrage at the ptos
ence of our trdopv,,upo* Mexican -soil.
To make'thieir- dpendent npnn
any other -nn*idQ thano our .ou
our righto and4bonor. Loud applaus4.]
Of these, Sire, you are the guardian ahd
the Corps Legislatif knows that you will
watch over themi with a solicitude worthy
of France and..your,.name.
RKPL0Y O,TylE EMPEROR.
GZNTLXMEN C: The address of the
Senate is an eloquent ,commentary on
my speecli ; it' dtvelopes w1ia I only
ndicated, and it explains all that I wish.
ed to imply, You desire, -like myself,
stability, thb rational .and ptogreseise
devel:ement of our institutions, ailo.
ration n the position of the gratkst
number, and to maintain intact the ia.
tional dignity and kgonoi.' This'- rnl
world, like the physical., obeys cortii
general laws, whi6h cann6t bi infrin&ed
jritho4t aanger. It. is no'Y dail. we4k.
ening the' basis of an edifice that the
bruwningbf -the buil4ing-is acceloritd,
My Government is not stationary ; it dd.
vaneei, and it means'toadvance, but on
a groubd consolidated,* abd capable of
sustaining power aid liberty' Let us
call to our aid progress in al its forrAs,
butI,t a build up, layer after layyr,
that great pyramid which has fbr its base
universal-suffrge;- and for) itestmmit
the ci*iliaing genius of Franee. Thes
sentiments, op well expressed I iyokir
address, have'greatly toughed me; th6y
are wor;h of the sBvbody 40 the ftte
-the im iant guardian'of the cobsti:u
tion ad of the principles which! it Ag
Thd reply was.received witit loud a
plasus and cries of."'Vive IN10mpereur'l
- AiwsING. INoDS.G-Ai sindi,
ineldent is told ofta wenapht:1ng&
*hoqe husband, a -.eattihiMap
pddenly .withouS !I *i uany wi141
widow,. de.si4 teitii
a y,,eoncealqd h -hwbaPm
a rsuded .r shoeunak ,to
as *la ebeen i
The following lines on the south's moij:
eminent stateman weke writtp 'sind pub.
lished some years. *go by the late Provl.
slonal Governor of Noith Carolijna:
at W. W. HOLDMN, 1ZI9019o0 TA2.8TA#IDAAn
The voyager sa the8;outhXr0 ma
.View ith rapt .aVy4Lh% 4allowed sign,
g tly fianissi byond.the lue ;"
Nor dste labor all'in vi4q
Wh1a brings him to th% long-sought
The warrior's tribes, in field by blood,
Walk in its light when the dag is gone,
And hall it In Its lIght abode,
Best kee of the absent sun.
In all their devious wanderings,
From dewy eve through midnight's teig,
It guides theta till the morning, wings'
Shed sunlight o'er theearth aain.
M!at oros -its front should veil
Aand ng,sink laights embrace t
No other stars not ion tould ftil
Or share its wondrous dwelling place.
Star of the oth iy thslus wlib thee I
. thee all eye d hearcs were turned,
As round thy path. iqn. pIn.4o sen,
The glory f thy greatness burped.
Millioni *ere dian 6 1he isad bound
By mind's high masterf;"aiillons hailed
In the a eVID11o STAR, -nor found
A ray. thehaj wann or failed.
Fi'd a the sun *hibh bat i&-11eveh
Firms as the 6hythLt shines u06a;
Pureas-the swow -by leght winds drivant
Wert thou, 06lumbla's honoted son -
No night's embrace for thee, no pall,
But such a mortal ahange has wroogbt
''o LIVS STILLin nind.-in all
ThLat -breathes, or speaks, or lives in
Star of ,the South ! thy beamp s here
Hans AN TiU1 MNART, that weeps thy lops;
Thougb.biddest ou art stil a sphere,
Serene, reflualiom earthly dross,
.ternal-On4 intensely clear!
RAr31.0;1gN. C.,, April 6, 160.
tor Doolittle, in. his rpeech at. Nw Ha.
ven, gave the follting an his own eiti.
ou.o he lae 'ivil. 04l .ell.
effect of all this upon Southern repF.
sentation .n Congress
Thel say the repmoentation muit e
changd so that the South shall ot* $aI'
politic64 power i*q O9 quence of its ,gn
rebellion. This isthe foundation: of the
desire to alter the Constitution. - Under
the Constitution we' take another c.n
sus to,make an 9'prti9nmq4t in if.
Will the South; t,ien, get an.kore4
power.? They say ttro-flfbhe of -the o,
lored population is to bi added.. At
that population has periAbed' )y thops
ands and. hundreds of thopaiON., Our
officers say that one 'niil'on have pr
Governor Aiken .4t#e a tb4l as,a
million have perished. RandalW Bu t
of New Orleans, sayw the satne..T
life edoh. oli ve fAla: i t
.A6 .uppopti Ia t "1'pi a
li*,0 perished t uatl9. ;.utei le'
diseases, have.. prevailed. among, t
and th6e small-pox. h&, awepthea
by th- 'ands All -ovitthd'I M.
gteri k bands, 0o'p9d o I a
liadsgryed in thO ltlrn - iis i a
caUe the destructioatof vas" mon q.
- They have not beetr! usedtodri g
for their own diseas" 140 4A?Y had
be4n greatly negl6otd. b t41 Aw i ,
they prished by dige-.1' tirnan s,
And 1believe, e wet4. Ithu CensuM
6f :176 two-fi ofth owfioloolored
P_4wlati- will-hiaej nrished.
ble restor of St. Panl'., RadliffscboroT
a t, his own -metatids and regneiut,
re ):ered hem and; the
pla e ahuen pvmaI~ffr~ta and
kocepted by.1Rer% W.r Lord4D. D.,
who for orie-4im *kr.aed koeabl I
semoda. 7ietlida more labs du'
ties to-. d
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