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[From the P'arie Patrie, July 11.]
oreon-Diiules in the Way of the
The Us for an armistice bave
been dclaye the nledessity of taking into
tiiulikan(ous consideration both the condi
t ons of tho armu ice au the preliminary
basitof a. fpt it peace, if Prussia
wishes to ki , jie advantages
Which will be'- i asiurbd to her.
Prine' Napule'on was Present at the qounoiA
of iinisters held to day. 3
Yestorday, ifiertle atudiohde given by
the Enapcror to Pridp" Von Reuss, a meet.
ig was '101d al tIh6 ruieries ilt htis N1jij.
ty's pre,sene. Prince -Mottcrnoq)i'and Bai
ro.n unVoii Ol(eis4urg reproented Aust ia, aiid
Count Von Gohi;,V Prince Von Rouss,
N Proti t do L'.uys communicated the
an1W oV. -ILq.ew up a report, to
fidp oceehn .1 4 o mneeting. j
Tht olIlwi tho ba,is ot the nego.
di iton s.i Us by Io .tQl ti
ca%tkl Lb.-Coolit voji 0.,tz Ad
t icht. wh IVItomIt they ihae beodn tran-iit
ted to be0.rlin a:. viennot:
Tho CAVe0.3nanc i'mifeder.iqu to bot diN
,olvedn un->tr Confederanon to Ie es
tabhlishked,I ot Which licithorl> ruseia nor
A atr ian 9 6,rmIl4 tt part. -I R.
No teritorial cezsiou to be Auded of
Tho abitialonment by the'laitt''i' of her
rights in the Duciiis, and. to roplice the
var-i ndmiutiltisw at firzt detuapdod by Prus..
Prusit to incorporatp Schl&swig-ol.
stein, tiesse iatsel, . s ? and
Bruntiwick. The p6 Prus
inl kiitdotn woutd (
western frontior or P1ri
vince bet weent thte. i
ser ve at at'i idemt n@' E
jossoisd by the
Ati eXUItatug0 place
bet ween Blie i would
give tho former hoe of tie
Rthelish 1l't1atina lianover and
the Dtchi6 of. ax ;o,OutndL ali'lit%ry
conlvellitArt with 1>ri11. TeIlha n.s
of ,andtiiii to choose whet her t hey sh'.iil bv
iong to Frndte or WAen.. and the p.ilt 0i
ijiot of tle valley of the Sirre 'o choose tbe
tweetn Frano.e atid the how Iithenh,h sover
[L'i La larice, July 11.]
[I5sisA WAYTS A UNITRI) kniA.]
The Pritssian conditions cotaltied In the
letter of Prince Reuss are skatod to be as
The excision of Anstrit from the Gor
The bxclusile command of the military
and naval forces of the Confederatiqn by
'rile diplomatic representation of Ger
many.abrold antI the annexation to Prus
sia of the Duo'les and part of the territWry
La France further states that it ha rea
pon to believd that the Emperor iimidliately
dispatbhed to f,ondon aod St. Petersburg
tite important 'communloation of Prined
Reuss as raising questions of European in.,
torest', which can only be setfled by 'eou
cert of the great powers.
TttE PASSAGE OF 'TM .P DY CIALDINI.
FLORCRoH, July 10._'In consequenae oi
the passage (f the Po, ad be. suapessive
Movemente.made by General 1Ua1lIt' arty
the Austriabs abandoped -RYvi#o last- might,
They previously bl* tip All'the woOks and
fortinfdations defending Ah cownr, and the
tete de pont on the digV, snd alUe burnt the
According to intell'gehe received here
Austria has idade an extraordinary levy of
men between eighteen and forty years of
age, in Ihat part of Croatia not yet subject
t9 the ordinary military system.
The Florence journals announce that a
deputatiod from Trieste anti the Italian por
tinof the Tyrol have presen,ed an address
to King Victor Emnanpol and*,the mperor
Napoleon, urging te rights of their respeo.
ti, e territories to Ve naited to the 6onao'
ENGAGEMUN' Willt T33 flUA Bt AR3,
FL.oaANto, July 10.-This rblig thse
Autstrians made a r.eonnoiss.noe,*p bayong
force, with artillery in the direction of Lon.
dlone. They were driven. bast swith the
bayonet by the Garabaldians asfe as De
Ia Asso,'whieh'plaee was been tid by the
volunteers. Gasrebaldi waepsesent, but had
to remair, hi a'osriago Ia osequence of
Later news regeIved 'ftom Roeige states
that the Austmriang in sileuating that town,
abandoned all the artillery on the fortifica.
tions, the guns bating' previously be.n spik
(1nou'OwA, July 10:-The' Italian troe?
captured this morning by assault, sked
lage of Moetteggiano, near the tee degoned
iBogoforte. ~ E IOO
FroanNue. July 7-Etdlag-The - Ad
lowiug dispatch has been r6ogived hero th
CAHTIo10NN, July 7.-The right -bank
the Miincio has been entirely ovadUated t
the Austriats, who have mined the brids
at Borgietto, and continue to raise eartd
worka on the left bank of the Minolo.
Milah (Jul.y) Corre8pondence London Time
sTAt Or FtlI.to IN ITALY.
The first angry disoonteut of the Milandi
on learning the proposal of an arinistic
has been somewhat soothed by relectio
and especially by the belief that the KHi
t.9s.declined entertaining the ytoposal u
leis:it,he iado mlade to him in a direct an
proper tiann9r' There was som4thi.ng pt
culiarly offensive to Itqlian feelings Iu. ti
*ay in which, so far as this country is cot
concerned, Austria set about. obtaining
respite frotu a war which, at letst In Ge
nany, has been terribly disastrotts to he
To'Prussia Vienna sends m Field Marsha
Lieutentint,. tihe gallnitt, chivalrous and un
fortunate Gablenz: but with Italy she doc
d'etign to communicate directly, and so
ignoring this country aud, government. e
tirely. sie says to France, "Herd is Vent
ti-o, take it, ard do what jou'like with it,
'his tay be intended as part paymet I
France for tihe sorfices Austria expects froi
her, iht Italy will know' nothing. of sue
considerations, and she. insists on bein
Ireated as an equal. and not as the ward, c
the French Emperor.
(Front the Lohdon fLterald, July 11,]
CinoNInN OF THE wAU.
The fullowing Vf chronicle of the wai
taken fro::o tb Memorial Diplometial
shows how much t ay be accomplishettt
shor'. spade of ti4ne in these days, a
what a high degree of perfection '.
iest roying lire hsat tained, with at er art
joncomitant upon our sup6rior civilization
'3une 14 -Federal oxecotion decreed b,
Ito Germanio Diet.
June lIl.-Entry of the Prussilns int
Leipmio, Giessen and Cassel. Occupation a
June 17.-Entry of the Prussian Genera
Vogel into the lanoverian capital.
June 18.-Ocoupation of Marierthal. A
.rits, ant Ltuban, inBetanwtaber
ten regiments, antt otccupation otBernsta
Ny Prussian cavalry. Occupation of Drem
len by fite lrtusials.
June 20.-Evacuation of Fort. Wilh-lqs.b;
the lanoverian troops. Prince William, a
Ilaynau, made prisbner. Cavalry encout
rer hwiwo--n the Austrians and Prussian
tapi the tumburg road.
.Jtns 22 -Nixdorf occupied by .700
Jnte 28.-Occupation of Rumburg b,
June 24 -Armistice between the San
Dverian ani Prussian troops.
June 25 -Action near Jungbunalau be
1ween the Autrians and Prussians - Th
Prussian trbdps occupied .1tlclieubiri
June 26.--Engagement near Turnau.
Jerne 27.--The army of the Crown Prino
rf Prussit fought the battle of Nahod
Engae Oeneft at. O)wicoum .1Fight bet wee
the Prussians and Hanoverians near tang
ensalza. (letieial Steinme tz, throws, bio
the AustflnA eqoa d'armee ( Ramming) upo
Joslphotadt. ngagement of tIre ani
orps with the Sixth and Eighth Austriat
corps, tandet the Archduke-I4eopold.
.Ju'ne 2H.--ActIft near Trautenau. 'h
troops of PrInae Vredriok Charles engage
near Mttncheti gtts.
June 29.-e'Theaneverlan army surrem
deed at disoration, Capture of Gitsohi
by 9be Pru&tiln army.
Jun,e 8X.-'tlons at lortj dieer Turna
and at VhwTko*its, betWeelt 'allts'.ai
Konigshot An Austrian armoy eorps uide
General Clard 0allas compelied to roti;
July 1.-Action. t Gthih
July 2.--Atrival of ItIng illiam at'Gits
ohin. Juncilloitof the CrOWn Prince's -ai
my with that of Prince Fr6derik 4harles
July 8.--The battle of Sdowa,
latnrfting Potdigu IDtals,
We have the following additional Eur<
pean intelligence by the Scotia, whik
arrved at New York on the 24th, witl
Lverpool ates of the 16th inst.:
A 3t1 07*WARINI WROM RSS6A.
The Moeow Gaselle says: Russia dlbi
piot.desire any change in the~ present stat
of thing. isn Europp. If Aosstula and Pru'm
sla w,ill,resdor ithem*solves tdol. of Franet
Russia daar, no l4nger depend on thomns
berEtoffrn. yeuielia withpui, Eon; woub
oyanIta' da po talyro;th t
1io*thev Germany~ bsat*s that of Rulss
inathe Seelde/ Ruslia'j love ,of #ag.dde
ao, eanpto. wqteo attais ua
Prance i -. -a44 a eost
tliii a e ;
e i ev 40 "ad
Is The Court of Bdrlin has dbolardd to tht
Italian Cabnet that an armistico tin ite
Df basis of the cession of Venetia is admisslbl(
Y (iuadmissible.) The Italian Government
in reply, ib said to havd dnnounced i;s reao.
lution to continue Off.iisive Operations
itgainst the Austrian -EmporWs *Ithout re.
laxation, In conformity with-the engagement
r. mutually entered into by Prusha and Italy,
Until both powers have obtaihed from Aus.
a tria satisfactory terms for the conclusion of
CONDITONS OF AN ARMISTiCK.
. The Nacion, of Florenco, of July 12, pub.
d lishes a statement of the conditions for an
armistice stipulated by Prussia and Italy%
0 The former power demanded the exclusion
k. of Austria from the dermauia Confederation.
a The Nacion adds: This was 'admitted by
Fr.anoe. who undertook to obtain the dsbent
of the Vienna Cabinet to the evacuation by
. Austria of te AustrIan prOinces occupied
by Prussi.dpring thehrm ite. ' On the
, part of Itai;the '.onditlins Were the ces.
, si-n of the Italian Territories under Aus.
trian dominion, including the Italidti por.
tion of the Tyrol. Atitiia-was to make the
cession direct to Italy without comprelen
o sion, and nyt to raise thd. Roman question
, durin tkq negotiations for, pence. It ap
Ih pea U:hqse condition's hqvo been found
g inad i bib at. Vienna. and 'that the Aus.
ftia Inent -has resolved to try thb
a Ofi .*titeth0t ih Auitrian
'a are- wt drawnlfrom
.!lna41 at t 8 fo-tresses
re ned ."or defence
P e, of ays: The attack
of ItW14 ti 1. anetoa renders Prince
Nq 's ,n islon fttile, ad it has been
a. ed. The Emperor of Austria is
1MPaR1 g, concessions (o Hungary. lie an
nound9s that the consoription is suspended,
and caM1a upon the Ilungarianp to voittn
i selves, i1: of not knowifg what Prussia
wishes to have the world consider, as the
cause why sei went to war,. we tAke pleas
t ire In publidhing the
- PnIUQa4AN MANIFMSTO.
a The following is the full text of tile offi.
o!al statement as to the policy Prussia in
undertoking the war: To clear p tho mis.
takes promulgated by the pre in judging
the p'esent pplitical situation, to remove
the uncertaint. and disquiet th by excited
in the public mind, we (the, o cial Staat
sentelger of vuly 18) a-o e 'owered to
moake the fdllowing declaration -
Tho trealy obligations. exist g bekwen
Prussia and . Italy-render it podsible to
conaluOe an armisti6e or 4- pei wishI Aus
t without, thq mutual con t of bo,h
8 .1tesi Thesq- obliiations a Id not but
prevent:Italy rom.acced,ing t he ono-sid.
e4.deeire'of Austria for 'pe expressed
solely foK that purpose, by the ceptance of
Venetia,as,a jift, and froif to Inatingdibe
'jkIjIq(1* patlon.in the w
.tire ktpo*s that no Bo dealro of
qon'n'Ais .thoinotive oft sia In the
grea 4oi(pst ittb which s'e been f6tced
by ,44tiff , and her federal les. What
pr,usei wishes to conquer i serves the
!(Ighe't titionod aims, regar he noblest
hatidpal; poss.!ssions. -We 'd4 nd for our.
nt spIes only* guaratntees for d territorial
-security.of oef future. Bui r Germany
we require th'e establishmeut f political
afilty,'at least among . the no ity ot Ger.
fan races and State1, to put end- to the
swfth11 y ondition of; aff'ai thin her.
boundaries, which has so long resed and
hurnilia.ted the reputation an ower.4f-he
- fation. In the fulfillment of is national
ip6sto the mkjorlty of pa Id Geman
prin4es are upon-the sid6 of $sla- -Our
-people, howevetj 64crifice,.bi and Ireas.
'bire.for this lofty task, and o sond in the
-army, under the leadership their royal n
Spaster, are inspired' by. th eredness of
M e ireat .enteast like our fat in 1818
Whetevao'our troops pdn into the
aneMy''ooVmtry they afford a king proof il
how stranfly, as bearers of opean cif- t
ilitation, they are Imbued the con- .
' binusnosa that they do not war upon
S the peeples, but, 'only' again e d.orertb.
-imeets which have in vsl- ~n oredi to'irr ~
oe te thelirsubjectse to bliew .against.
Prussia. Wherever our I we foi- atny al
period this,. hatred give.' p to' sidbler 'y
flelingi towards us. Ot*' ,ar , hoWer- fi
soquinanied b 1:'syin U of'te
naida ied by tb#' oo blitneeir of'
St1$,ty meisslool Wei'ka, ow to e6n. hi
urauto diefbr itsattaf2 i,
H UAtt WAT'liffoKUES 05 LeUTIoN
eltio present, at leset r' pw
* i~ultipwfWe to be bheb
a le ro W .o;o ob
ble I ah0o m yg LI
-j wv as& saw# nFpwarU.
ed special perniission froti the Preiide.a
o,' the United States for his ship Beaver,
navigated by thirty seaicih;'t .roc.ed
on d voyage to Canton, fdr the d-tensi
ble object of carrying homb to Chinka
great Mandarin of China,
John Jacob Astor had picked up a
Chinaman in the )ark, got up the story;
got th4 Presidential permit, and his ship
to sea before the other metchants smeh
t he mice.
A rival house then wrote a letter id
the President (Jefferson), and told hi.b
that the great Chinese pers2nage vlAs
to Mandari-that he-was not even a
Hong tuerchatit, or a licensed security
rherhannt-thit he was only. a comnon
Chiiieso dock loafer and thathe had been
smuggled out of Cina. It *11 stated
that Ii. departure froin China was con.
trary to the s of tflat cotintry ; tbt
when he arrived i China he would be
put tjl;or- pi-i ately fromi t.he Beaver,
iaid very likely his obicuriik and lo%
condition of life might- afford him hil
only chant.e of avoiding a . summary
death. It was hinted th.it if the Gov
ernment had been surprised itt giving
this permit by the representatives of Mr.
Astoi, that the error c6iuld be 6oirected
and that the transaction could be vindi
cated and the honor of tho adnfitiistrt.
Lion be inatained by arresting Astor' 4tid
putting hii through a course of sprouts.
It is not likely that a $ecretary 'of
St ate, in' the time of Jefferson,cOnIId haVe
had his hands greased.. At any rate.
it is well knowfi thtWMr. Secretfir of
State Madison *as a friend df Astor's,
for he furlishid him with copies of the
l6tters aid the names of his mercantile
calumniators.-New York E ening
mine wvhethier the geuilraI cOff6dehce
entertained that the effort -ow beit"g
made to lay the cable is to be real-'
A few facts w6 condunte from' ari
ous statements in oir .oxchanges' The
present eable differs ftom the old -ir
one or two particulars. The' dofindu6toV
im this is composedt of seVen ejpper
wires--si around one--each' wire 4epa
rated and imbedded jn a hemical com.
pound, and the whole surrounded by
layers of gutta percha, so as' to' form a
core half an inch thick ; this, again,. is
still further protected by ten iron wires
each covered with fiv' st'rands of Ma.
nilla yarn-the wires lYeiig laid spirally'
around the core.
The company ha'Ve establishod a
tariff of dharges- forty - words 'from.
Londory t New York costing ab4u' t
I3'0'0, and the dost-to the daily press of
the countr.v-fortv wordi pf 4ay-wili
be about *1,700'her wek. ' Aasq
Dirted Press Committom havs riaed
Di two daily repotts, of no- lbas. ..1h
:*enty Wo'ds each, and is idany tboe
Is tie i'potunce of the newt ary
The differene, of ti'me bttweerk f,on.
lon and New ork is a4t?t f0e lotrs
li,fuvor of the latter; add will allo*
itigo margin for the reeption -of iow,i
r the morning and evening . journai.
'ho reports will be prepared respectiv .
in London and Liverpool at3 1
. and 3 P. M. As 3 -A. M. London
me is equal to 10 P. M. New' York
me, the despatoh of that hour. will
rrive in time for the mornaig pub)Aca
-ons in New York of that day's bu i.
tes in Liverpool. and the Earliah 3i$
a. beitg 10A. M. this sihe tei
rams' edl be in time for the dfarnoim6,
All thier will be wonderfaul.....pngvig
to' cable shall be snbeessfullyijd
TIhe admission' of Rep4sSOtij,es
sm'lennessee wi r1eve thi& Mlan;e
.par4iea almoSt ukdistut'bed> As
w of Piveident Johnson, mi) e eas
I withi the cons6hvaVty0e) h etve*
res in 1869, Mr. J6
bose t'ernia end(Jjt1 S7
thirnie1 E. Thyfl r, Iocr iad SL
tee. R. Rawkcies Th Dmorat a
Sthtes,bet*eor Prussia tnd Bavaria. 4
still ddheres to the simpler plan of aggran
diffiig both Pfu$sis and Austria at the ex
pense df some bettj potentates. The resi
of the petty ores lie Wishes to form Into
seperate union under his protoctorate -
In otte of idy preclous letters it lig been
hinted that wete this Government hard
pressed by France I slinilar project tight
be embraced by it, andl rendered even more
acceptable to Austria, by including the de.
strudtion of Italy in ihe proposed alliance.
To such an extrn,ity, however. things have
not yet, ateaine. Prussia rerdtins as hos.
tile to hei' Southern rival ab ever, and the
only result the menacing attitude of Frape
has hitherto elicited' is to accelerato the
march of the victorious army 4ponOlmntz,
and to cause the dismumberment of the an
ciens e ire to be reddlvcd among tMe
avowed o1jectsif Corint Nimark. By his
acte and wo-rds He is positively beginning to
intimnte thit if more severe me:sures were
enplojed against hitn he Would not. scruple
to call the dissatisfied nationalities of the
Kaiser to arnie to. realize their oft-express
ed, but still chimerical, wigh of breaking
up the realm into a'number of seperate and
strictly, national States.
Titi scheme involves so complete a revul.
sion in continental affairs, that even a Ills.
mark, daring anp lucky as he ever is, would
hesitate to take It in hand without the most
imperative teasous. I really believe that
the laist comniunicatipns ft-onm Paris must
have- been rather disqlieting, or we shotild
not have- seen General Klaoka and other
Magy6r exilds, famous amdng their nountr$
men, treaditig the streets of Berlin at this
moment,add preparing. td form a Iungari
an. logion under Prussian auspices. As
thousands of.their countrymen have been
made prisdners of war, men will not be want
The offolal Berlin Gazelle has 4 short,
statement to the effect that Italy, having
engaged by treaty not to conclude peace
with Austria except with the consent of
Prussia, cannot avail herself of ay over
tures relating to the cession of Venetia.
Perhaps not, but, though Italy rsaj contin
tie the war, her operations may for'tuntely
fall to ernArrasa the qnemy, now that so
The Old Merchants of New Yok,
Under the pseudonym of Walter Bar.
rett, a veteran clerk in a large mercan.
tile house of this. city, has been pub.
lishing his reminiscences of the more
promtent merchants of New York,
whoto lie ha1.known either personally
or by rtiatution. The fourth voltime
of the series is just issued by 0' rletoi.
Mr. Barrett cmil.l never have a' living
merely as a wrhter. Ha style is that
of t. fluttit go,sippy talker, muh of the
life.aid i"4reat of whose narritives is
bst-it- the effort to put them in a shape
for the inter. Yet his book has in it
a hutl of facts whIici will be feid with
intetest by Ne* Yorkers. 14e has evi.
dently neard a' good ahare of ihh mer
eantile -go*sinp of. the last thii'ty'or forto
fear, and hasa -wonderful Memory af
names and dates
Takingits book for what if is-fliat
is, ar dwstlItote of literary, teir. btit as
,ontain$tg tudh interesting.gossip-we
nake a few extracts:
JOHN JACOB ASTOt.
He commenced advertising early.
t was long after -this date before he
iecame the great merchant and sent his
hips tQ India.. What a row he kicked
p in his city in 1808 I It was at a
ime when the embargo of Mr. Jaf*rson
ras in full blast.' Not an oyst.-r 'o
fas allowed -to go outaide of San
look. 'Every merchant did the best
q knew how under the aircurmstances.
ianoy the' astonishment of the si-7
woers of this city, who had shiph lying
the docks-roting and idle,-when they n
ok ,up . the. Commercial Advertiser
August 13i 1808, and read
"iYesterilay teship Ifaver, Captain
alloway,-sailed for China."P
There waseat this time eighty thoius'
ld people in' this aity, and good- old
arinus Willeo way Mayor, and his. an
ther' had'been- the first Mayor of 'Ie' fr
ork befor.' hithfin'Id6'2, nearly two- oj
mndreds reait ag6. Stery one knote S
at the ship B&-aver was built and own' Ia
John Jacob' Astor.
There was ,trottble among thw mer- w
ants and ship owners whetn it became a
own that the shtp of Mrr. Astop had It
1,ually gone to sea on a longe India NT
ysge- -Why shonl.d. he'' . 'favored M
d.no one elue ? IFinallyIt6 yapsqetr
zhed that JohnR Jaanb *Mt.@8R..