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Xkw York, May (5. The steamer
Australasian has arrived, with Liver
pool dates to the 25th ult.
An important debate had occurred
in both .Houses of Parliament, con
cerning the Heizure of British ships in
neutral waters, and the protection
granted bv Mr. Adams to Mexican
traders. Many of the Speakers urged
that euch proceedings cannot be toler
ated. Mr. Kocbuck declared himself
for war, Tho Ministers and their sup
porters counselled moderation, and
deprecated the violence of somo of the
Lord raliBerston simply said that
tho matters were being considered.
lord Russell said that tho seizure of
the Dolphin and the conduct of Mr.
Adams would bo represented to the
Washington Government for redress.
Jaanv of the lournals ariruo that the i
American Government should learn a
k'saon from the irritation evinced, un
less it desires to increase the feeling.
The Globo regards the Rtatc ot affairs
p critical, and says that th reciprocal
Imitation argues badly tor tho contin
In fhB House of Lords on the 21th
4, Lord Eaisdale called attention to I
tl'ointerfeienee with the mails on the!
Wps seized by the Federals. I
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bord Derby said tnat there was j
Jthing more monstrous than tho claim
31 the Americans to deal with wen
ils,andhe was astonished that the
'overnment should acquiesce. ;
Lord Itnssell said that the practice
ITas in a great decree sanctioned b
Stowell, bat the lnstrBCtions naaLut as caretaiiy as possinio to prevent
:?en modified. He would obtain tho , breaking, early in the morning, and
formation cf the.law officers of tho bundle it immediately, before the sun
rvn and lay it on the table.
the Honse of Commons, on tbo
) nit., the Solicitor Genoral, in re
7 to an inquiry by Lord Chnrctill
l!(l that British merchantmen, had
ltbcen authorized to resiat: capture
I) we Federal crnisera. Ihey wonkl,
J'iojng so, ho eubjoetiid to 6onderana-
r'r. llorefall called attention to tbo
fwe of tlie gunboa.- Alexancr'n ft
,yipooi, and atsertexl tuat tnero was
1'ing-to luslifv it. Ho' denied that
a8 intended for the Confederates.
"snowed tho benefits which tne 1 ed-
I4'6 wcrw deriving from tho free ship-
p. of warlike- stares, and - even re
3, and urged the GaTernmouttaUrrwr,'
WINCHESTER, TENN.. MAY
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:"l'r"ay aaminmer the loreign en-
Tho Attorney General justifies tbo
B0,zure oi tnc Alexandria, and said thu
case would take its logal course. He
pronounced Mr. Horsefall's charge as
most unfair. The merits of the Alex.
anuria case were then generally de
Mr. Cobden asserted thar. AmrtVior.
said sho should be seized as tho only
meuioa ot ending such practices.
Sir Fitzroy Kelly asked if the Gov.
crnment was taking steps to protect
the postal Bervice for Mexico,
( -NOUnem JJemOCratB.
4.U J ut3eles to disguise the fact MVS
tfie kelma Hoportor, that .Northern
Democrats, as a mass, are not in favor
of the separate nationality of fli Cnn.
federate States. They wish for peace,
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uu. uuii uiumi uiu oasis oi uisunion.
They aro still deluded with dreams of
reconstruction, and will continue to
clinc to the bono of such a. f-rmaninma
O T XfAHW TTTnrl r nuf rinrvti ilin i t, a.
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u I I ill. .ill iiiii'iiriunnii 11 nil riiiitnri ti.a
w (in j'vi vi i.iivu niiu i uiiivu i.' j tllv
JJCI lllilllVllkUiOQUIUvl'IU Ul 11IU JIU UIllUll,
and hence they will defer the recojnii
tion of our independence until despair
succeeds the desperation with which
they wage this usoless conflict. What
we most need at this juncture i a tri
umph over the invader that will drive
him to Jhe Ohio river a crushing and
telling victory that will remove tho
thoator of war from our territory and
bring its horrid realities homo to tho
porfidiouB Yankees. If the South would
gather up all its strength into one tre
mendous effort, we verily believe that
tbo cowardly vandals could bo hurled
back upon their own soil, and a cry
extorted for peaco that would listen to
"While their armies can livo and grow
fat upon tho heart of the South, it is
not strange that they are in no hurry
to offer us tho olive of reconciliation.
Those who aro directly responsibly as
the instigators of the crusade, are
f rowing rich off its spoils. Now Eng
and is in a condition of unprecedented
prosperity. Sho cares nothing for the
slaughter of Yankeos, since it relieves
her of a redundant population. As
another has truly said, "it i3 living
interests and not dead soldiers about
which they interest themselves. They
must be whipped baek out of tho coun
try, and their military strength greatly
shattered, beforo the true cry for peaco
T uw ?.r.ounu ooutuon, .uu-
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H,,SMb u -v
"re,8" - - P' ' -v
of a conquering Confederate fleet,
RtE gTRA w Qn rBAllJlS0A wri.
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the Edgefield Adverser g.rcs
iouowmg uirevuuus wr irvpar.Hg
rye straw lor brafding:
The rye must bo cut while in bloom.
has mach power on it. It must then
be taken to a kettle of boiling water,
and each bundle steeped three minutes,
thon open the handler and spread oat
to dry and bleach, a clear Ban boing
almost indispensable to fina oolor.
AfW it beaomea properly dried, pot
into a bundle again to bo kept in a dry-
place, where toe dust cannot eoil u.
ftg- Port Hudson is still held, by a
Confederate force competent to man
and defend the works. Tho rebt of
tho garrison has been put in motion to
unite with the forceo of Vicksburg,
and undef Gens, flowen and Loring to
fight the enemy ;n the fieid. Mobxle
A "Noble" Rogue.
Eon tparte stole paintings, statuary,!
bronzes, obelisks, works of art of cverv
description, liut be stolo f.-om his en
emies, openly and ia broad day light.
Greater than Xapote.m, the Yankees
uot only pilk-r the houses ef
lfksburg, and till their trunks with ta
ble linen, spit boxes, spoons, and coal
scuttles, but steal from themselves,
and actually sond honn prizes of war
filched out of each others pockets and
knapsacks. Sorgant Noble Hammond,
of tho 5tfi Michigan cavalry, is no or
dinary rogue, no common canteen
stealer, no .henroost guerrilla. His
tastes aro elevated, his notions refined,
his desires aristocratic, Jle leaps the
wall of the Congressional burvin"
ground at, Washington, and ravishes!
two statutes ; ho breaks into theresi-l
Annnn rf "Mtit-l- MM!- it,,. r ...! ,1 '
denco of Clark Mil!.-, tlu Kulptor, and
rescues in triumph a bronze statue
which had there been held in durance;
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IhlS done, tho u-CthetlC ghoul and
liberator of bronzes boxes up his spoils
an sends theni homo to hia wfo-an
enthusiast in art, like himself and ac
companies tbo plunder with a written
legend, tbo reading of which must have
oeenaagood as a play.
"Oh, Noble!" exclaims bis enraptur
ed spouse, "what beautiful cherubs you
do find I I don't know but wo shall al
most worship them." Blank gazes at
them perfectly entranced, lost in nd-
miration, and says, (,Oh ! dear, sweet:
littlo angels, I want to kiss them." i
My little child wants- to wako them
up and play with thorn. They are the
pet treasures of tho family.
rsoble s noble findings remind us of
tho daudy negro who was accused of
stealing by his master. "o, master."
he replied, "I never Kteals nothing; T
lhit.VoL.Io was not content with
woiks of art made bv the rude hand
of man, ho must have some of nature's
artistic productions, and as bo breaks
into Old Abo's greenhouse, pillages
right and loft, L.o.ves up his vegetaulo
captures, and pac'is them off to his
wife, who shouts for joy, and says : " I
do expect by next suuruor tho eon.
seryatory, will bo iu a blazo of tropi
The best or tho worst is yet to be
told Another letter front Noble's
wife, dated February 8th, contains the
"The '.Sleeping Beauty' has arrived
during my atscence, and reposes in all
its cold purity in the conservatory.
Mother says "that 'Divine Lovo' was
broken in the journey. e very much
regret it, for I think it bettor for con
servatory 'decoration than tho 'Sleep
ing Beaut',' whi:!i is more of a parlor
piece, and the finer of tho two."
This will do. Think of a Yankee
cavalry stealing -"'Divine Lovo;" con
ceive' "Divine Love" broken in the
journey, and thing of a Yankoo woman
condemning the purloined "Divine
Love'to the base uses of "Conserva
tory decoration. " Could roguerv
take a loftier flight or find a lower lev
el 'iRkh. Whig.
The Yankeos aro charging Kngland
with having furnished tho shot that
were so effective in tho onigoment at
Charleston, and indulge in tirades of j
abuse against John Bull, whereas they
were all made in .Richmond. The
Brooke gun is an iorontion of a Con
federate officer, and bears his name.
A hollow casting, rifled to a soven inch
bore, constitutes tho body of that can
non. The breech, however, is strength
ened with- bands of two and a half
ioobec of wrought iron shrunk on. It
was tho moat effootivo of tho powerful
cannon of Fqrt Sumter during tho
eonfict, and is at all evcnt3 the only
ono known to have penetrated an ar
mor plated turret in actual war. The
chargo with which that has been done
was twelvo pounds, but a ten inch of
tho samo pattern, on firing a bolt of
f?I20 pounds through eight inch plates
'of Iron, exploied with a casrge ot lo
J T K I, K t; I lAP PI T (.
JAlKSON, Mny :s.
The enenu' advanced vsstiTrtav m-.un l;..
Imond vritklO.liOO men. m Mit, fiiv.F ! . .v.m.
K.fiamry and ii fow J avulry. rJkirn.ishin
oomnunced at 9 a. m., the enemy beiajr con
tlnujilly reinforced, and continued until 1
m., when the buttle opened heavily with mus
ketry and tirtille.ry ulon.). whi:n, lealning that
the enemy were heavily reinforced and ready
to ene, Gregg retired slowly and in gcod
order thnmjh Raymond, and mndo a stand at.
ilissiasippi Spring, whoro ho was being rein
forced web. infantry und artillery. Col. M
(.avork, ot the 10th 'IViincsscc, was killed.
The firing cint:nuea very heavy to-day, and la
heard at Jackion.
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A Quebec journal sav that new ha- reached
that city that fifteen rinrnu Wo been or
J('rflCl from i:n5h-.d, in convqnenoe of thn
American embassador havin- nctitlerl til
dads now buildln3 for Chin, were allowed to
depart It would eor.sidor it' equivalent to a de
j duration of war.
Canadian journals also gay that nine vessel
left Twi'land for Canada, with arms, ammuni
tion, military, Ac , sti for Quebec and thr4
WILMWUTO', May 13.
The steamers Baw?hec and Pet arrirtd this
"in'"s from Na?au.
BICIIMO.M), May 13.
The Xew York World of the 11th contains
several fabubnis reports, including the saptura
of Kicbinonfl by fi.-u. Keys, who hud advanced
from Yorktown the recrossin ef the Ispa
han nock by Hooker; the destruction cf the
Viiginia Railroad by Yankee cavalry, all of
I which can-ed great excitement and jov in tl!
The orld is turrea cf
Tii LocxnoH or the Late Battlk
Fn:r.D. From a reliable man familiar
with tho topography of the country
in the region of the" great battle of
Saturday, wo , leai n that Chancellors
villeis in the county f Spotsylvania.
! three miles in a direct line from tU
Kapidan river, and the Wilderness, th
point from which (joneral Jen's dia.
pattli says tho enemy was driven, is
about five miles distant from Chancel
lorsville, in a westerly direction. The
Court JLoil-so of Spotsylvania county is
distant 'from tho Wilderness about
seven miles, und from Fredericksburg
about twclvo miles. Chancellorsville,
to which the name of the battle will
doubtless bo given, is nothing but a
tavern stand, and is ten milea'vcst of
Fredericksburg on the plank road
lea-ling from that town to Orange
Court House. Thefacoofthe country
between tho Wilderness and Chancel
lorsville is slightly undulating, with a
succession of fields, affording excellent
ground for maneuvering an army,
particularly a'ong the road betwoen the
two places. Back of I hanoellorsvilk
and towards the jtfapidan thore are
ranges ot lulls, ana tne country
rough. Lynchburg Hqntblican.
State of Tennessee Grundy Co.
Duvid K. Ly.ig and Thomas S. Puttie. Ad
ininuitratora et' James I. l'attio deceased, d..
William Puttie et als.
It appearing to the futipfaction of the Clerk
and Master, from affidavit, that tue defendant.
William l'attio, is not a citizen (,f the Stalest"
Tennessee, it is ordered thi.t publication be
mado lor lour siutmsivo weeks in the 'Winches
ter Bulletin, a newspaper published in tha
town of Winchester, Tennessee, commanding
the said defendant to bo and appear at the next
Juno term of our said Court, to bo Lolden at
tho Court Hoifto in tho town of AUamont. on
the first Monday in June next, to snswor, plead, .
or demur to complainants' bill, or the same
will be tajken for confessed as to Lira, and set
for hearing ex parte. '
aprl9-law-4w. B. P. TIPTON, Clsrk.
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