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Anoienoiw %vats brought to
lg a teday, in the town.
.hAi o- id, about eight miles from
The. hetsare very nearly nas
7f'6',h s Mess.Qrangers, in hor.
d 4ater to supply their steam
"an :m a roair inch hole to the
'fert,,when they struck a veini
7 &4they wthlruw they au.
the hole, to their great surprise,
I ilied by a violent current ofair
r9W 'up. stens nas large ts hen eggs,
eenfeet high. Fot a frew mo.
Wnthohole was first opned,
64ac.companied by a striam of
"Aitk which _.Vas ..thrown ten or twelve
'The watter, however, %41on
4 initig, and the air gushed out
forco that the roar could hedis.
Ai: fly or sixty rods distant.
M mg nre,to the air, it caught, mid
( uI1ihd 20 feet high, and came
. h g.building, coverilng the
hiryir hichiii iis located. They
udhddwithi conlsiderable diffi.
, 16 11 i tng a spile into the hole. , which
.'ar oiy.meanis of stooping ihe air
pnnj~oxt.flgutsIhing the flames. For
I , indronhents aiter the hole Was stopl
4 184atlitreinbled and shook for smec
e round, as though.. an eruption
take pluce. 'he people,
y s time had- gathered to the
Wanut a hundreil, were greatly
al nfif eitihesie symptoms, and scattere'
,g*kh 'jipo~aile ratpidity, itipposing that
. 4111'.)011at comyig to a ocuis,
bto e blown up
J)hy a earthquakce. - From the
St ns pened till it- wus thus closed,
w-:'asJ&out ix Jbur stand the air gushed
t p the time with unabated firce.
Iriivnopened. sevral times sice
whk(ie sameeff ct The power and
afneof te a'ir does not seem to dimimsh
t) YbAiNt The Missrs Gratigers are
o au.rp it with apuatus so as
i'W anirlfet ou at oleiure, nnd test
The people in that vi.
fiedlcofirent now, that it Can
g -~uVhere in pipes, and siccess.
ipqJn,ightitia the city with gas,
M!ua~i f- naturnii undernrund Gam.
.,A.a leain that several scientifie
de onc his city intend visiting it
4nor Smaith's European Times,
T~~ uly 1.]
P10lOaAND -BLOODY INSUR.'
r~ ~l~ hININ PA RIS.
arsa tthe e rterminaatron to di.
nunp e of ouu'iera, the Go.
~ di~actedl that a draught of
t nilof them, inhnhitants of
'thb~oinc,'hould leave town on the
atippie -wit h money,
sp an lodging. They left
saide the barriers, and
~t~ir~ sout e share of their expenses.
Ab~ re cok a body, amounting to
r a an4,nd paid a visit to the Ex.
(e nertmint. M. Marie presen.
'tOl~i~f~el t iher heir grievances. Hne
~a~~res4adby he chief, hut MA. Mario
fd l:to"bl him, as ho had ,been
~ ha ben o ttacoke~d the Assem.
s Iian15th May, and he couldl notl
4 ~nine barngthen turning to the others,
t~~I i'gdare rot the slave's of this
youan explain your grievances."
Iidri entreated them not to be0 led into
rojfliOia~dasured 1hin that the Geov.
~~ftnt itsot~~ ped wvith the considern-.
f~sIIn fbrthe imnprovement of
.lh~aa~m.~ an.hf The dale'gaites wiithdrew,
1I~~ef~acuatn aceouant ojf
~I~t~e~'Oi the contratry, they
~ tA rp calltd them uthaves,
'Wiithe Extenitijve Cormioi!"
th anl! Seine of
~.; a. tq. ~(nto. the c:hiurch of
I ,;: 4) Ib a wre cined-io
~~~r~ ~e jion .eute
Wiuslsets.VWAt abfout enP Widfiiok~lad
psost ftonali nul'p miWried to
eiahi fired and th giNlj.3trted
the) fi.gTh . pop e...d. .about
phree ooolnthq rappel Ii ngtheen be.
ten fohrsthe national guards, Yneprly. ne-.
third trned nt. A detzhrant' efthe
socon ieglon marhed iginst a 'barri:
cadenmd calledutpontiitlarinvho gua r.
ded It to surrendlr"T'i answer vnas a
discharge of musketry, on whichibe 'na
tional guid lised, but'anerafew rounds
thef weo (ivdpoved and disarmer, and
the workmen from the winliows of the sur.
,rounding houses. fired upon them.- /f'liree
ar. four vere killed and several fi*ounde.d.
At a lato hour the'nationl gItard carie
tip in forcer ind opened a muidro'us f
on the barricade4. , The insarenismade
an obstinate r.sistance, 41, t - 111:l
abandoned the barricades and fled. Se
eral national guards were killed; a Lieut.
Colonel and Chef d'Escadron 'were
wounded. F 1om thirty to fortyior the
people were ki led in the attack. "Gener.
al de Lamorichere commanded the troops.
The cry of the emeutiers was "Vive Ia
At an early hour the Place de la Con.
corde had been occupied by an immense
body oftroops, but very few of the nation.
al guards were to be seen; the same was
the case in the Fnubourg St. Honore, the
Rue de Rivol i, the Rue do la aix, and
the Boulevards. By three :a lck the
lotlI do Ville, together with il'e barri.
cades er< cted there, were occupied by
iroops. Badies of the national guard
were stationed at the Tuileries, but while
Ol former oecasions, the rappel had not
been beaten fir two hours before Paris
witticsseil 150,000 citizens under arms,
ailthonugh it beat four hours, there was not
the teaih part of dint number seen. At
ive o'clock n force of artillery was sent
up to the raii road St. Dcils, when the
seoorndi legion attacked the barricades itt
the Porto St. Denis, the national guards
being fired on by thm insurgents, answer.
ed by a discharge in platoons, firing inl the
air. This was replied to hy an elEctive
dischargo by the insurgents; aner which
tle national gouards lischarged vollev for
a quarter of an hour, to which the isur.
gent answered by a contiiu.d drooping
fire like that of sharpshooters. It is in
poitsible in describe the efirct produced by
these frusilides upon thie nusses which
crowded .he boulevards, who fled in ter
ror. I'his was increased when the na
tional guards, from wnnit of annmunitioi,
retired before the insurgents.
M. A rago made every effort through.
out the day to prevent a collision. All
the troops and national guards showed ihr
grentest intrepidity and the most .admira
BLOODYSCENE AT THE ECOLE
DE MEDICINE-SEVERAL DE.
PUTMES AND GENERAL OFFIl.
CIERS KILLED AND VOUNl DED.
At ten o'clock P. M. the firing hali
nearly censed. The national guard, the
garde monile, and tte troops were under
anrms. There was no niens of appronch.
ing the theatre of the strmgle. so that it
wase not possible to learn if the insurgents
had retainedI their posit ion. TIhue engage.
mint was very bloody in the quanrte.r of
the Ecolo de Medlicinie. It wias saidl that
M . Pascal, the Lient. Colonel oaf t he 1 1 th
I gion, andl M. A vrizal, banker, had been
mortally wvounade di.
. M. B~onmieuu and M. Bixin, on learniing
at the Ass. mbly should be0 the first to ex.
pose thems' Ives to the fire. "Our plaece
(said M. Bixin) is at the head of the n
tional guiird, to stop, if possileh, the effuas.
ion ofblood;"and borrowing the scarf of
one of the members, hn immeiadintelv lefi
the Chamber to curry out his deelnrntion.
M. Bixio buts been shot in the breast, aind
it is feared lhe cah~not survive. M. Cie.
meat Thom'as has rece-ivedl a hall in the
thigh. Gen. Bedeau has alsoi been woun.
ded in the thigh. M. Dornes, a repre
sentative andl editor of the National, hins
Col. Thnyver, one of the richest proprie
tors in Paris, has heen wounded. MI.
Pierre Bonaparte, son of Lucien, had horse
wounded by a ball by the side of M. de
Lamnartine. During the greater part of
the day Lamartine accompaniedl General
Cavaignac to all the scenes of the contest.
GENERAL CAVAIGNAC APPOIN
A t twvo o'clock ani order wvas published,
signede by the President of the Assembly
and Executive Commission, appointin'g
G a. Cnvaignao Commanider-in.Chief~ or
of the troops of overy arm, including the
national guaird and garda mobile.
t his su~lthat G Cavignao .refused
unlii-e poers whch ereconferred
DREA DFUL STRUGGLES AT THR
PORTESr', DENIS AND ST. JAG.
In the course f the morn! ng 50() men
of tbh tgiarde mobile ivero dienrmed liy a
lifteiniutieitt, hseaded bv an in.
dividuat in therniform of ant fdi'me ofrthe
1 - -I me ll ti. ...-A
: ll i nc d 5 i a i ~ iII g i d
kfaltistaoke t 4
tzerdi fire Oeer eisot~
aonIt g toe p t h rious. "Ve
igri V.!' iva Nan!' Ytie Ia
lieuilielve verlly hid. yd
-tniri o'clock, tie stuggle in tJ'
quarter of St Jficquen waisimost teard6hl.
1i tie course of he evenin the ingfirgeits
c'ptuid a po the'garde mobile, and
6aade them march with thetB. All round
tbo.enile thw to a floiain pos.ssionri of
the insurgents, who _veridefending. them.
lves~v with Intrisenergy. The platoon
diisharges rcplied tp.othem every five min
t waentimated that not less tlan 150,.
000 of the ouvriers 'and the- dregs of the
population of Paris and the bnnlleu were
gather6d together in the desperate attempt
to make anotherrevolution, and recover
THE CITY DECLARED INA STATE
On the morning of the-24th the Place
do Ia Concorde was crowded with cuiros
siers, lancers, annd artillery. Frbm nine
till twelve o'clrik the boulcvards contin.
uod to be patrolled by troops.
- At 1 o'clock notice wats given that the
capitol was declared in a slaute of siege,
and all individuals except those iuiiarms
is national guards were orde red t6 $main
in their houses It was announ'e i thit
the Executive Commission had abdicated,
and that. Gen. Cavaignac was appointed
Provisional President :of the Riepublic,
with powers of a Dictatorship. At 2 o'
clock p. m. the streets were swept by col
umnns of the national gtiarde.
Ojicial Decrees and Resignation of the
The rollowing is tho decree by 'which
the National Assembly declared Paris in
a state of siege:-.
Art. 1. ,The National Assembly re-.
mains en permanence.
A rt. 2 Paris is in a state of siege.
A rt. 3. All power and authority is del
egated to General Cavaigane.
The Nationul Ase ambly also veted un
animouslv a decree by which the wives
and children of the citizels wiho had fulleni
or might full in the defece oforder were
to be adopted by the country.
Arftlr this decree was passed, th6 Exe
cutive Council resigned its powers in the
"Monsieur le President-The Execu
tive Committee would think it was wan.
ing alike in its duty nnti'its honour if it
withdrew bibl-;re sediti..n and a pullic pe
ril. it witlilraws only on a vote of the
Assemaily. in remitting to it the power
with which it invested us, we ret urn to the
ranks or the Gi neral Asembiulv, to devote
rjursl'vCs With you to the coninini dt.
ger, und to the safety of the Repblilc.
"LAMARTINE, ARAGo, LEDRU ROLUN,
GARNIEn PACES, N!ARIE, the Mcmbers
of the Executive Committee.
"24th June. "PAGNERRE, Secretary."
Very large detachmet.s of nat innal
guards from the environs and firther
points, arrived during the day, in the capi.
til. Fm two till four o'clock all com.
munication between the Madeleine .md
the Assembly and the eastern part of the
town, was stopped. Detachmnents were
placed tt Ihe Fore-ign-offit e, and across ill
the qtreets leading towards the Palnis
Royal and the eastern quarters.
On the diclittorship being conferred up.
on (neral Cavaignuc, he issued the fo.
lowing notice:-l frat noon the baricade's
are not removed, mortarsannd howiizersq
will he brought, and by which shells will
bn mhrown which Wvill explode behind the
barrieades, and in the apa11rimeats of the
bmouwe s occupied by the inraurge'nts.
Jiostilities Renewedl in the cite and St.
Jacques-succession of the insurgents
---An Armistice Agreed 10.
Froma one o'clock in the morning till
nine o'clock the fusillade and the enntion.
nde had not ceased in tihe quarters of the
Cite ani St. Jacques.. The insurgents
ha ! tairteen pieces of cannon. Three
were t aken. A bout hulf.pni.t nine, the
i-mrgents, who wecre surrounded on al
most all points, succeeded in forcing a
passage by means of their artillery.
A bout ten o'clock mhis column wvas in the
qIua rter ofthe H-alle, where a bloody emn.
counmter took place. A t thme samen hour
the insurgents of tile Fauboumrg St. An.
tome were marching tooperate in junc
tion with the column of St. Jacques. A n
armistice until eleven o'clock wans prop'o.
sedl by Gen. Carnignc, who declaired
that aifer that bour the most energetic
terms would be adopted.
From the breaik or day the cannon thuan.
dered without intermission in thme diree.
lion oft Lam ChpelIo. A considern, ble body
of insurgents, driven into the Plnine des
Vertus, between La Campello and La Vil.
lette', was suirround~ed in tho night.
In the morning the insurgents became
master of the church of St. Severin.
At noon enormous barricades were er
ected betwveen the Rues St. Denis and St.
Mamrtin, constructed entirely of paving
stonesaboum fifleen feet thick; they were
a,1most proofaugainst cannon bails. Harri.
cade- iot less forimidable were erected at
tIme. tremely of the Faubourg Poison.
Defeat uof1the insurgentst I1M Panth eon.
-.A t half-paft- three ti-. insutrgenita werem
dlriven- to the Pantheon arnd there surren.
Jered: thicv fought desperatey and wth .
Lahi M _
The o~ntii eaot
wita:h fruiecfdadk 'he b
rized In th&y1a I
,T Pdthiolrtida t
ivad thisell'. lrN
sit niont ueilii 6 , 0o i
.Jaques tot he cur ftlA
national guards lying dode ii~brt
of St. Seeris.oi Wh i'n he
ThWi church St"*:vdiiikdfii ed y
behind the H~ielide.Vill~hidlMeg( tdn
from the insurgents with af.W
At six o'clock,'$f ify~ ad u 'i'
place Lafayette, the ClofSt. Lazaro 'was,
Hoerrible but hering both tha toos etnbz
A dreadful aot of'butchery lIas corn
mitted oni tis dayf Satiday) by the in-i
surgents at one of the bharricaides, in the'
Faubourg St6(rimainC.Thy had laken
bve of the 1garde mobile prisoners, snd
held them apart withont injury. Hear.
g, however, that the troops of the line
were comning don in force, they, deter.:
mined to abandon .the barricade, blit atthie
same time they came to. anothei tebrible
determination, which they fhA hi' ca06
ried into execution.-they put thethros
of the five prisoners! The lifeless, bodies;
of the unfrunato lads,.fr none of them:
had exceeded the age of eighteen, weore
founi still warm when th trois of the
line and a party ofthe guide m obil came
Trhis act had the effe'ct thie mosltintense
exaspe ration, and pa rticula ry anngt
the garde mobile,150o of the insruents
had surrendered on uhre Place degnr.
on. These mien ebe ; led acros.
the garden of the Luxembourgdhen a.
large body of thegarde rioile, wio tere
then guarding the pane and' grdens,
being uaile to restrain their. desire of
vengeance: for their mu rde red comrades,
sent a volley into the body thus passing,
and killed upwards of 100.
Dangerous position of the Deputies Poi
soning of the Troops.
MemIers of. the National Assembly,
istinguished by their i coloured scar'fs,
werr- seen in.troups of ten or tweve, pa.
trolling the streets. Wherever they pas
led b atween the Chnmher and'thie Hotel
de Ville, they never failed t1 e firedupou
by insurgents from thetae window.. Al.
though hte inumber of regular, troops in
Paris, with the accesion of the arrivals.
did not exceed 30.000, thell number of na.
ionhl gutaids ian incalculnble;' altogeth.
te00,000 trops were in the city.
Trhge insturgents whto were in pose
of he llalle aux Vns poisoned the winen,
with th view of destroying the troops and
and the national guard, inofhich they
The fubourg St. Antoine attacked by the
troops,.ith great s/aughter-determined
stand of the insurgents.
A delnav allowed the insurgents.in the
Fauhourg St. Antoine toe urrender having
expired ithout any reply, the operations
commenced. The first barricade wavi
goroudily attacked and carried, but rit
without considerable slaughter on the side
ofthe asailants. Colonel ravnaud oflhe
48th regiment of the line, nnd several offi.
cers, wvere killed. Genaefal Boquot, of'
the engineers, arrived at the Place. .dola
Ba0stille, with tle firemen and sappers.
SoTe hnuses were in an instant bloinup
and several barricades thus turned were
captured without loss.
A t 2 o'clock it was announced that a
resolution had been taken by General Ca..
vaignac to bombard Montmartre. Several
places in the Clos St. Lnzareand its ea.
virons were set on fire by the insurgents.
The combat continued duririg the day
on many poini:R, but became isolatedion
nll for want of communication. 'At the
IFaubourgs St. Antoine barricades had
been made, and were still occupied by the
insurgents, but no attempt was made to
taeto them; the troopa surrounded them
Iinsurgents to lay down' their arms. . -At
Montmartre they were still .fighting, but
tL-. firing, but the firing wias stayed tt4iI
the Clos St. Lazare wvas cared hyia.
snuit; the greater number of insurgents
found there were taken prisoners. A
6000 mnusk'ets and ammunition were.
en. , .
Arrest af Emile De giradin and
cd attack on Louis Blanc by the
M Emnile do Girardin,.proprietoi'~
editor of the Presse Was arreteflatd taIk
en t~efore the-Prefectur, otPoli6..;iuts~
accounts state M1 dGiltadnr-h&~
roleased) .fmp ison'&
In the eveninog Jils-Blano wa~R~p
along the boillevards on foot betweentw
mlandl g0 -
*ately niu 4
- 2 t7
ea i a
asun nhRu VWweand troo - eet
all thele of6 ho catiatfp t sulp
lo Lai Chple a Pn %:~
-After ace -n ea
the.bar7i i , io lie t i-a
PENdE an th u RAtGeciye
weV4%&fI tbore dE6 e'iihrr
thecannoaii , mat
~dreadl, cornag nuT-sd ~wan
I.tok h. ing
cornencei one . Ih ostt
ou t W If h 'il e- mej " 'Ie '
and And t
-the rev ee
gardens of' fie cisi
try'nationnal~. Fr~q her'
prisoner. wpraaidt1 b 4nuto
death ois ho maede n
such a seeni an iiitt ho he nin.
The ins.i m
Laxac eo*.~ irnien lfog
he imi~ 6fth gembl'y
hnd scarqedy ll Iiia sefsaG pNe
ouObi Si ny, wen meeident re
a lette froin M. ArNi M'rst declar.'
inthat tho in breot ~vsibearly
at-a new he C aa
ro nf ere $a
would that nih he fnI ~
Mond . fo
the 7~fl h "'q
andanuoturigges sep ton wa
gna an~diihoee which rot ijlij for
ten-at Ololok in all quoae -
sct 9 o'clook thePresident the As
sembly calld to thor the mebrsten
in the paluoo annone th in.
surrection was altogetlier au pe on
the leb anks o( the rfer, or ld eght
hank thi Puuioig A4 -)W' '-kerI
in the nint
'vas free; th 16Ir g ~ i ~~
n h lxoor
SLaimt stotIAl m.a
teaof the Ar
traction q Sunder a c rmence -
meneo os lie, &
'rhe roibipbpo'?J 'syn.
fortiina i y mhot
whilst AP o 1 W inau
ents to urren ne' eInsur.
R-Aer tavihg aiurve dr4I th morn;
lng,;the insurgel 4i t rnt ,ad .'wei'
otherkl! aw ei
thelprisoners tWhe~~~4 ~