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adited by ta spedaI Demclatlc Comittee.
skta sy ornimng, April 31, W8b .
p6lgtesrlrge who do net n ieve their pepers,
will plne leave ward at the olb, et idd of Ihe
Tna T enpaes.-The melo-<hmi of Robert Ma
tere, and the faroe of Box andOox; was performed,
on Tuesday even.ag, las. Yeo will be repeted.
Tam Coam.er. Ooreaue, the blind tist,. as.
1isted by the Theeplan OrObed, performed a cholce
. lectlen of popular walco a Thursday evening.
1Ir. G. is a perbct meester of the late, breathig.
through It a "conaert of sweet sounds" tcldom
rpnalled,and rarely excelled.
Os Monday morning lt, a ire was discovered In
the dwelling hose of A. L A bed ln one of the
• leaping apartments was in a light blaze, and at one
oeriod threatened rlous damage, but by the prompt
nod eergetic exertions of our citizens. It was soon t
xtinguished. As the room had been locked up for ,
more than a month past. there was no doubt of its
Ising the work of design. A young negro girl, on
',clng questioned, acknowledged the set, and stated
•hat she had beea persuaded thereto by her fellow I
ervant. a negro boy. They were both placed in jail
mnd will undergo an examination to-day.
.; The occurrence of two tires in the past few
weeks, though doing but little damage, has aroused
the community to the neessity of providing some
utmsUlary to arrest its progress, duld such an event
again unfortunately occur. A subscription has been
made to purchase a ire englne, and from the we
n:own energy of those who have interested them
lvres in this matter, it will not be long before our
town is provided with this valuable appendage.
In addition. the cpomration have adopted a resol.
.on requestiug all housea holders to provide a lad
c'.r for their dwmltin~s and always have in readiness
n extra number of water buckets. A committee oj
we was nlso appointed to procure the co-operation
"f the l'lice .Jury in making two cbiterns in the
S'ourt House square.
Tue Sr.u.r Pox.-This disease Is prevailing in the
a'pper part of the Parish. The precautionary means
vaceination rhould not be neglected. *
Jons R. l ot.rvcq.-At the late municipal election
:n Baton Rouge, this worthy gentleman. tone of the
most energetic and public spi.ittd of her citizens,
ras defeated for the office of Mayor, by the Know
"othing vote. Always a high minded and honorable
,hig, he coulnl e t un limate with the new otld"r.
lie has ent-rt'.] upon a new line of business, as
ill be seen b- r f r;r:g to our advertisig, coluamns.
!le is well qlur;if. at tlh.rfof, anl we would esplcial
!y recommend him to lplic patronage.
M.:lco.-Late arrilrls brings Intelligence of the
Iuccess of the revaoltinirots, and 'very thing indl
.aten the speedy Tall of Santa Anna. Moreno's dis
.lffetion, sulhequ unt capture and execution, were all
a fable to entrap Alvarez.
Colt Zires was recently discomfitted at Cazores,
',' whole regiment dilpe.rsed by the revolutioolett'
ad in attempting to cro~p the Pawtagayo river, ma
may were drowned.
Governor Maxmo Orter on a march from Itchucan
toi Tehauntedec, fell into an ambuscade, and his
whole force of six hundred men was nearly cut up.
Accounts from the South are favorable to the cause
,,f the revolut;ons. Alvarez is supreme in Guerrero.
:t iA the universal opinion that Nuuta Anna will be
,bliged to quit the country, and it is also evident
t hat the Allied European powers stimulated Mexican
internal commotlons to bring Mexico on their side,
::d ideltify her with Cuba.
SiTts.VATIO IN KY.NrTu'KY.-In conseluenuce of the
hort crop of the bremlstulli last searon, there Is
:hi to ie great ditress pr1va:ln'tllng in some sections
JT¢OC1CAlr. I5n:.1u.Atu , of lKozta notoriety, P:ailed
rol Spozzinu for the UCite Stl tes il tlhe St. Louis,
on the 1.th of March. This will Ib his lirst visit
honme sitll he became tulhnmeus.
As the St. Louis sailed out of Spozzia, tiw was ia
Inted with three hearty cheers from the crews of the
Cumberland and Haranac tbht were there at the time,
whoah her crew vociferously returned.
aifA man named William Helter, having been a
scond t:me convicted lit Chathanm, North Carolina.
e 1 stealing slaves, has been sentenced to be hung on
the 4th of May. Such severity has excited the sym
p'ithies of the p ioilde of his vicinity who are getting
plt a iptitiot for Ili reprieve.
_IP'The ihusacllhusetts Legislature have adopted
:i reso,.tion, Iduchtr'ýg all citizens of foreign birth,
to be ini ligible tao El:,e in that State.
l.$ Reports iy the Auierica, at liohton, are to the
effect that Lord John Itun.sl ees little prospect of
peace at present, and was to return to E, nglna. on
the 14th inst.
CoexLTerivr EL.t'rts.-- The 'oil vote fo n Gover
nor stands: Minor, K. N., ''7.9tt ; lughtlUi, dent.,
27, 324; Duttou, w., 8.011. The demtocruat elect
only 3 of the 21 Senators: only ;.5 mrembers of the
llouse against 135 K. N. and 26 whigs.
.Aifr law similar to the Maine LiquOr Law bha
passed both houses of tie New York Legisluature.
and been signed by Gov. ('lark.
AJ'At the Instance of the Secretary of State, Mr.
Aull, Clerk of the 4th District Court of New Or
leans, bus forwarded to Washington city, the natu
ralization papers of Estrampes, recently executed in
PFTiThere is now in Georgia, between fifty and
sixty cotton factories Ii the full tide! of utllcccs'ful
,,"<i,. r lpn n t
' 0Tr.e DenLoral
It is neoenury that parties should sometimeshe
purged. else they would become corrupt, and gender
elepente detrimental to their prosperity and exait
tnoe. The Democratic party has often required and
often received such purging. When it has been
vietorious in a multiplicity of contests, many of its
opponents, who care more for spoils than principles.
enlist under its banner, and swetr fidelity to its
cause. Such are ready to desert at the Arst indies- I
tio of defeat. The hour of peril and Imminent
danger always finds them hesitating as to the course
to pursue, or tnhly committed to the enemy. In
times like these we can determine who are the true
and thithfnl. and who are the timid and treacherovs.
It is no time to ascertaim the beave mariner when
the sky is serene and the ocean calm. But let the
tempest burst forth with all It fierceness, and the
ocean surge rock the threatened ship. and then the
Itave and fhithful tar is found at bin post-undaunt
ed by danger, unterrified by the holng winds and
waves that threaten a watery grave. He redoubles
every efibrt. while his confidence in bis craft is In
creased. 8o with the true and faithful Democrat.
When he sees his principles in danger. be redoubles
his vigilance In watching the point whence the evil
is expected, and increases his energy in their de
fence. If thereeverwas a time since the foundatian
of this governmPent which required the vigilaner and
energy of every Democrat, that time Is now at hand.
Let every Democrat then who is a Democrat in prin i
eiple, look well to the cause which he has espoused.
Now is the time to try his penuineness. We candid.
ly believe that many who were trustworthy have
been led oftf y the tricks of the Know Nothings.
Such can redrem their fidelity by renouncing their
allegiance to and seceding from the order into which
they hbare been inveigled, and assuming their loyalty
to those principles which they have so zealously
John M. Sandide.
The Louslalna Democrat presents thename of the
Hon. John 3'. Sandidge, as a Democratei candidate.
for the omee of Governor. It thus advocates hibl
"The long period in which Gen. S.SDnMz has
been engaged in political affairs. renders more than
an allusion to his public services unnecessary. For
the last twelve or fifteen years he has been on ail,,
active and zealous member of the Party. working i.
cessantly to forward its interests. In North Western
Louisiana, especially: and no man has advocated
with more assiduity and effect, the great constitn- ;
tional reforms which hgae marked the success of
Democratle rule. lie has served in the Legislature
repeatedly, was a member of the Convention which
framed the present Constitution. and for the last two
years has filled with considerable ability that most
dificulty of all posts-Speaker of the House of Re
presentatives. In this position. requiring great par-,
liamentary acumen and fearless decitsin of characr
ter. he has had the rare :good fortune to disarm polit
ical opposition, and "- win golden opinions from all
manners of men." Able, ready. and fluent. as a de
hator, versed to a degree in the machinery and tac
ties of political discussion, of unconput rable resolu
tlon, with halits of industry and clows application
that never fag, we are well convinced he will do all
that mortal can aceomplish in the Gubernatorial
struggle, and just as well convinced that he will lend
on to victory, placing the Democratic party upon
ground that will challenge the admiration of the
world. and he the departing knell of an inquisition
more damnable than that which ealled down the
vengeance of Omnipotence upon the Spaniard's once
" We can say no more. We have performed our dn
ty in pursuance of a promise made to those who re
present truly and distinctly the views of the North
West, and Will follow up the work we have commen
ced. as we never tire of well doing. Of the nomina
tion of Gax. S.tIIno(I: we have not a dollut. When
that event is unnounced, the peopleof the State will
ha able to form an opinion of his qualifications fot
the exalted post of Executive, for every neighl.r
hood, froum the i'alize to the Sabine. will be vis:ted
by hin, and h:s opinions expressed with that free
andom and frankcess that constitutes a valued attri
bute of genuitne Democracy."
I. C. W'IekliTe.
The naom,: of this gentlemln bns been brought for
tiurd in connil'tctien w;th the G(uiltrnaitorial noint
tiouTin. 'Thie Ibrville Gazctt' putllhcs ai 1 ttir riom
New Orleian. in which the . ritr this lupak::
I liae !hv arld the mnittr generally llv cui lcd h, ire
liliig the Democrats, anmd Wiclitli, by generai'l ip
lrllttilon i; t 'he man . li ll Lck' ,,n iltgd l abilities
ihis genuine patriotisin--his freLdomin 'fro i liodlt or'
sectioniil pru'judicre, aiil his elllargldl nd cllii're
lilnsive, vi,,(.'s oI' tat'e ivlicy emlni tly 1 zl ly him
The State imust be thorougllhly canvassed. Knion
dom and Hindoolim must be hliuted from their hi
ding phlicts in the couintry. The splcious fIullutlei
of New Englund Abolitionism, (cloaked of course
under the American party) must be laid bIrol and
exposed. Wicklifie's fervid and Impassloned cloi
qtence* c: n bruit the uncleain ianillil from out our
imidst, and if, the voice of the Purish of t)rlelmnis tIe
any indicution, it requires no seer to point out the
next (.iove'rnor of Louisianaii
Thie )emoeratle State Ticket.
.IMany of our Dl)'nocratic confrerTs hIlave belrn hu
lly engaged of late In ifrming ticklets for the up
pri'ocling nominatlon. They are as vuried as toe
Imoist fastidious could desire. As it is our policy to
reimai strictly neutrul between the Indviduals thus
itiamued, until said nomination, when the ticket choseni
shall receive our full and undivided suppolrt, we
only furnish the nuames of the most prominent.
Governor.-l1. SI. Sundidge, R. C. Wickllife. L. J.
81guri', Col. Williuanson.
Lieutlenant Governor.-lF. I. Batch, R. C. Wick
lllli, J. N. Blrlown, (G. W. Mundavy.
Secretory of StIte.-E. W. W. obertson, Charles A.
State 'l'reasulrar.-C. E. Grenonux, Smtnuel Locke,
G. W. Muuday.
Auditor.--n$uuel F. Marks, Robert liengerel, Da
Suplltrintendent of Punl,l Schools.-J. N. Carrigan,
The Democratic Convcntlon.
The time will soon arrive, when the Democracy of
Louriann must again as.s mble in convent ion to select
candtdates for the State omffce of Governor. Vl.!et.
Governor, Secretary of 5tate. Auditor. State Trea
surer. State Superntlendant of Public Schools. and
Attorney General. It is very desirable that every
i'arish in the State shnuld send its delegates. so that
a fair expression of public sentiment in regardl to the
merits of the various aspirants, may ,e retlect.ed by
the action of that Ibody. At a time like the present.
when intolerance. both political and religious. is
abroad in the land. and secret cath bound useocia
s:one are in our midst, and when many of those who
have heretofore acted as members of the Democrattc
party have enlisted under the banner of Know No-;
thingism. and are now fighting In the ranks of our'
political enemies, we may well conclude that the!
time honored prit.eiples of our party, are in danger.
It is meet and proper at all times for the IDemocracy
to meet and consult together for the maintenance i
and support of the principles of the great ntionnal i
Democratic party-principles that have often car
led us to victory in other contests, and in their ad-'
min'stration by the government, have won for our I
country prosperity and renown.
It behooves 'he Democr':y of each parish to lay
aside every personal and private consideration.' and
come together in convention, determined to select
the true and tried men of our party. who will never
desert the democratic fa:th. however unpopular for
the time, or fail to support lemnocratc principles.
however opposed biy prs.ten:ecd friends. secret ene
mies. or open and manly fes. When the convention
aessmbles on the third Monday in June. no doubt a
fair. full. and honest expression will be given to the
public sentiment of the party in regard to the prop
er standard bearer to bw selected. and at the same
time the pitnelples of the Democratic party will be
presented in such hold and unequivocal terms as to
meet the approlation of its friends, and command'
the adm'ration of even our political enemies. To
preserve the purity of our principles, and at the
same time the unity o our party, should be. and
doubtless Is. the honest aim of every true Democrat
in the State.
Judging from the lights before me. the nomination
for Governor is conceded by public opinion to North
Louisiana. and since the de.nth of the lamented
FAni.rn. the Hon. JOHNX M. SANDIDGE.late Speak
er of the House of Representatioves. is most lik'ely
to ie the man. Intelligent. dignified., yet free and
eand'd in conversation: generous. frank. and kind
in his Intercourse with his fellow citizens, liberal
with his means. sound In his political views on all
'the great questions that have dlvideld the Dlemnerntic
from all other parties, factions, and lim,. in our
country. and powssesing an unbllemished character
for integrity. honesty. and fidelity, no one could be
presented. upon whom the party would more likely
unite their vot,.' in the nxt politieal contes.t, to
come off on the first Manday of Novemler nxlt.
In this connection. the lIon. F. HI. IIT cr i'f. St.
Helena, is generally spoken of for Lieutenant Gov
ernor. As none of thse Eastern paril.shs have ever
had a cadsidatet for a Stat', iffee. it is more than like
ly he will i,be slect.A. iMr. Ilitch ir a m:an wbhom tr,
kfknow is to laes. His itindlls.s of' heart, blaudiltes
of manners. Integrity of pirlpse. andl usnwnrr\si.,
attachment to ther prirl:ll.'s of t!e, Its me (eratie par
ty. superss..iesd to his,,extensivse attasi nmnt '. hiss e('p
rience as a Stnatestman, antl his ge:.n'rail ;t, ,.srid, rof
ms-n and thingst, eminentitly fit him ftr thphepsiti',,.
I"Few prominent pllbli mten pisc.t s mOre thlb enni
dence osf his own iparty. and at the' -ala'e time hasi'e
Scured more the respect of his political ospponents.
Other good and true men arec spoken of in diflerent
parts of the State. for thesse distinguished pIsts. but
owing to thes concession, aolve refcrted to, it is more'
than proimsbal tlh choice will fall upon the two dis
tinguished individuals to which I havIe referred.
With suitable nominations, for the other State oti
ccs, from different portions of the' State. we should
go into the contest, confident that victory would
again perch upon the Ianner we love so well. Let
our mtotto be. principles, uawl proper msen to uphold
thl'mi, alld we shall have nothing to fear, but our owne
apathy and want of orgaun!zat:on.
LExl.xo iroe Vs. L -:.uEI Tr:.--Th,: gl're t I'l1 m3.u rfai.
between theset two fine hore,.s cmlne: l' itv ' th II
t rit: Courts Iu Saturday ln',t. 'T'h. re wv.. but oin
eiit run in which Lexingtoa ;a, dclanrd tl, i:
ellr., in the unprcced',nt ,d tim m ,f 7 I . I. .nt "
ill wi m o f th e l r,:e cd itn g la y s h adt ~,,,t ! :' 1l h; , l :.
tih.t it i'ra " inllll riu mi :.:u to r lun .i m 'aot r '"
jfi"Th6, t o-t,,i 1o" vti ry 1prp. i I:,, d". '.; ,,s th,
Jinlt hginsiatite iniqui tion, tI A' wmli g c ent, ll. tt.l.
C".oNt'Is'm',: .t5 ,N'5 Tie K V *'n i I::.; -
Thte g.itllll State. ('oitsil t'iof Kil"m ýAls ;l,
Inm t itt L lleii ,tlr Pla., oil thel 1l l: .t. mItt !ib k:
lip in confui.ion on the 5thI. The caise' ot tihe
difflliculty being opposition to ani open organiza- i
tion. Pulllic opinion runs lloluter to set re,'y
and oath-boundi conspiracies. M issrs. ('aicron,
Johinson and Gen. Irvin left the ietiting ii dlis
A gs .Ne:w 'lT;utrrrv.-A letter from N.w ,
Mexico to the New Orhlaii, li'teayilie sttiteS
that it i 1propsed that tlhe Tirritoriil LegiI!a
tre shalill neinorialize Co(ngress to erect u new
TTerritory sut of the soulthern porl' tio of New
lhxi',. 'The writer says:
The inle suggest iid anid recoainindedl in
the mienmorial La Pimeria, which was originally
the niame of the region now proiosed to be
erected into a new Territory. The name is, I
think, ephlllionioul, anid wouihl tounl will as
the nane of a Territory or a State. The l'ps
ent Territory is about eight huiindred miiiles long
by six hundred and fifty broad, with a superli
cial area of 520,000 miles, inlhliabited by about
a.l.1A conlventiol to nominate it caldiduate for
Congrcss in the 4th District has ibeen enlled to
meet thi tlth Mondan.in June, at Alexandria.
at is become of e Whllig Party?
The Ion. J. C. Brcckenridge, in a letter de
clining the nomination tc Congress in the Ash.
land district in Kentucky. says:
"To my poultiranl openents I desire to ex
press my lil;niowl,'lelemintsl for tile Iell'ral
fairness and courte y of tdir course in conufli't-:
chiranterized Iv Lgreat Ce itcllent. If, like
myvstf. they feelf no tini in recurring to thel
in-t, I am sire u e sh:!ldn. on together in so
vial life with reciprocal eutiments of good will.
Indleed, the old Whig prty of the Ashland
district was a hold, a menlv party: and for my
part, I have see I it surender its unam(, aniu
1ower its flag with regre. We retire from the
field together; but shonl it ever be lly fortune
to reappear on the polital tlheatre, I shall be
happyv to welcolme our cd friends ini their oli
unlifonrm-of whom, at !lst, it counhl he said
that under the name ofWliig. they offered a
fair field and an open eeounter.
This language, remats the Courier, inn; well
be applied to the whigof Louisiana. hlardly
has a twelve mouth roied over our heals. than
from their state of poer, of respectability and
of worth, they have copedl to the embraces
of Know Nothingism. Their name ': now but
an nlmonto of the pas and the flag of }Henry
Clay ingloriously trail in the dust. 'Twelve
nlonths ago, they werelated with pride, glori
fying over their undig principles, and pro
claiming themselves ftever attached to the for
tunes of their party;ow there is no one so
jloor as to do them r.crence. The Whig par
ty though in direct naltllon;nl to our Irinli
plea, our men andll ounlmeamures, was thei enti
tied to respect. It %s a national organiza
tion: and, though tloolTspring of Folder',lisil
and the Sedition Las, was ably defin:lded and
a'lvocated by some o:he most illustrious states
men that our Repule ever witnessed. It pre
sented a firm and utivided front. When the
alarm of battle hneounded, it rallied its sol
dier.s under their liner and led them oftn: to
glorious defeatl an sometimes to victory.-
TiBt wit'h the depaure from earth of that spir.
it, that master mim that gave it vigor aInd vi
tality, fortunlle ,iasr-aken it, thle delnnagogisilll
of its adherents hdestroyed it. Se-lf-interest
.was their aim, poetual enmity to I)cmocracy
their vow, awl itownfal! their olbject. To
attain these endllathe.y have groulldied their
arms, howed Ieft the maysteriouls influence of
the 111eW Order; lndonl rI their plrilnciples nnd
'r'ln:d ll a allin with an ortanization which,
if it prevails miuult i:imiy lead to fa:tion:ul
This is the s sprl ta:le which the on!ie I
pro-;d a:l _lar,,V!i Wh!; party now 1r "II;
:vl whiec!h, we p,, may serve ,, .1 warllillg
to the I)c':nlcer of Louisiaii . It ;. an ex
amllilh prl",,:t iith ill r):t.InI t hlc -oi.., a dlllby ! i
wh1':I, every g- ,'itiz,, 1111y worthly l ,rofit. I
It t".,'i -a s that,'n who ditort hei.';rinuliples I
to oltainl a teer;ary s·el<e1 aire r ioolnc l to '
fill. I-feat, aplete elefut land at free and Il
,opi fLg is p1rale to victory iltaii-,d hy11
trnc,,hery aundeit. Tiis rule which applie, .
to i:lividlual n, exteinis also to thi't llee 1c
tively is aI ch.or as Ia party. TheI, W:;gs
hare shown ir hands-the falsily of their
moti;ve. al t insincerity of their llts- :taIi I
revealed, byleir own tergiversatiol..; alU I
shamlllefll de-i,0oll Of their pIhltlllnis, ill all
their nakds is l Iaurpi tlu e. Whl.-n the
whirlwinid i'l is now hlying wasti oar h.l I
]y iald, sa.ve pss.11 lby-when the fi r
ineut of olted ani, undirec'ted polullrt
'oI:i shahve abated-- whuen the eyes of'
illill lIpari i i;u'll opi en to the re lity lfi thll
'f1i awi. lt I ,EIr zatinl to which Ktw Notl (
h ,.1 ':1 i; racy hur' yi , u --'Ihoui l sh. ';1 w ,, Ir
1 1. 1',,t I ryi1 r , . U ',) h tlf '; , v,. ("'.I ,
l ' I' I .r i llo III '' 1 Ill t llnhll l i, l 1 Ill I
,itl r i n o ed I II ii i "1 o1 laii ns tii- v ii Ill
it hIt . u ni'ly e in;ted the ,.urgesl of ppul
'r! lp . 1an, ."judil , wl I wi ll tutive th,,
lung !<0(. til,:,o who ha1 p~rotdhueld it are
forgotte nts lIission is ihdissolubly onnecft.
eid with lltrogress rilld lestilie.- ouif our re.
1)1lii. :im portanl'e of that missionl th
)iemoi irea,- lly l.d':',stt.1 .s, 1., d . u... . r . . t
,i,',,ui i tas ,hall it ia've, retrIlia t t) till
'wiS 1)11m Cli Alworil'all l)p,,le, we leave our 1
ciatu..l it i hi.liils, with the .ert'irity thu I
~ truth mori vai lI
Iii'!, A:0'ro i r:;('.I:Te.--T'he Iron moulthel
thumlerof Unclc Sani ih the Cirrison,says
the Batitouge Advocate, have bein keep
ing up adigious noise for the last day or
two-to no small annoyance of our iitizens;
g.en'ralhll the delight of somie ge"uinh filli.
hushters.he latter csee l rl'u h th1(ie simioke of
it sljtiid'ig thiroiugh their artillery Irictice
I Cliia, aldy fri'e,anld uIlllnertake to assert tihat
the adatratioli is preparing to negotiate in
Recrng (for the war with Spain h erhpns)
goes on;kly at this post. We untderstaind
there anw some on!e lihudred and lirty en
rolled, iding the old eompllan.iv.
Tihe resultof the recent elections may bI
- sumrnId up adollows: I'ie Know Nothinixs have
carried Ithod Island aln C('onnecticut, Ia th.
- Iunuicip:l eletions of Ohio they have carried
I Clevelan:d hyloml five luindr i majority, atId
lost Cincuimal (whibh tIhy c;trried lnst fall by
aboult 5000 lljority) by I1w,: ll 1:00.,ollntit,
the votes poli, ill the E;lvultil 1n1 Twelfth
or 'lhirteentbVards, wihere the ballot hoxes
were tdestroyd. In til; olher cities cf that
State they scoied to halve gained about nr much
in one as the lose in nlvolthr. Inl Virginia
they have gadnir in Richmond sonli 2,50 votes
over the mnajrity for Scott, when Piere earri-.
ed the stnte l$ 17,000 votes, more or less. In
Lynchbulll rg tkir majority is 9. whIhll is 219
less thlu wlip Pierie carried t'O itae, as
]Yaw othin, luqllg.sle n.
A s;ngullarimlis:,ition w,,s lI't,'y littml,,ted
by the Mina .husetts egis:httire, lrisinl out of
the eicessiveKnIo w-Nothingc :all of that bholy.
A special colnlittee wiis I:ll)tl:d.I to viit and
exam ie all 'l iheilo..ie. s,:I : i , 1 ' rli:;
sh'llools, l'llndmiOe, nunlllnellll'neri'es:, l co('v'ln.," il
order to asceta:lill whllthr any slpeies; of ill
jlustice was 115 tic!dll in sll h ."st:ihlishllnlte,
wih'ih oughtl a he r:needittd 1,' h, W. 'hi, coml
nittee e.olllnn lltce its hlll,.; ;1,} vi;i: Tur , , ltmol
in RIuxulllry ilpt I,v i.Vll (',ven i,l. ':.' . r of
Chlnrity, T'e is t Was entl'l lt tt sp i t ,l to
tilhe illllltte, liho henilliie t, errilly f'l.nhbi* lI o"1n
the abrupt lntlalic of tht, cr:mw,!. No It,:s
thnul twenty our pl sols wlent is ::Ie olllnit
tee, andi Ilimd it tllorollil i:v iestiiit on of tile
estbhlishie+i, olitting nli '!haii -r, llpi.sage,
closet, ,ltti(,)r cellar, to luscerttnin v, w lhb r in
struiments oftorture, ke., w;inll l,. !6l-ud.
Tihe millrclh Wit witho;lt (ei' et, (exci,t io en'll"
it great plbii excitement, and Frii tIh whole
proc.,liings ito odlhil n:l ((lit, c itll it. Nearly
liall thyl Bita paper l denounlle tile oilit. Iof
the conu itte. I:li:l thirstri. nce,' s inmin,'d s,}'
eral or tile lembers of tile hlIgislltlllIur, ii few
days ago, toolovt the appointl mnllt of a Ioln
mittee to irqlire into the facts. An lllinitted
debate enllsut, durilg which several] lll t ers
declared ithe the press halu groIsl" ex,; -rla
to I the ilds,: The conudittee .va !hu s! o:
i'v.vt~r llN1Ton'.ri .IT t'i:'o~'IV.viT.-Il"uti
ul;iti "'"'0. 1 to 17'," lb cI11 ' "tlt to t !ore,--
II s1Il a e .' it I'l 1ii't lr::tlor ,tir ll.(' Iwavc w ll Il'
riviii the 1Ir~v li l~rrt" fr t~ill' KITIAI · N ,··111
96 it'.! s tlclflit IA 110W- TI) li~t hri W'T ~llp~. il
I )'nmcr a i c (mtt(n illl 4 II ll I s ,t,' 1t '1t n 1o111t t rll
K.yIif runt N. n 'ed c w-i : ::131 kir IT' 1o )'1l lr ,
11."'"( rlf C (l ( 111' a i ll~ lltt l's !ly~ ) ~, Imt dnt ?: Fa ll!
I~rlItil' ~rIf iiif Ii, Tht.
ha L"' stl ' 1 e in I l s u ;12th W Itlil t': i ; i l'r p
etAi for MIIlitr wt're tli,;; t'oyui It tI'' 11111, till
V'o11tl'tr itlugitrutes l til e .'rrtl'ro;I Oiy WI,:li l ,
ti wllren thtlr l jo f c lit(-'i l 0 iTll H o rI' 1, mI-II
'Gdate for ; premI 2 l l','' was t i, ' 25,) ', ns Duly
itlllI'slti (il Ilo - i 'ill t ill)" IT'l ' tll
LI)ctimolrl i irltal iwict rILt inuI of 127, l tl Pii'rc
P11t1' 'trfrin hif ii. (trk:hotol ijg
VIn tgt 1111 Knd 12th Wards, tv he
InSo vaClu.le n I/,I, o-1 1.'i J. Glu 1'dincr1, AlUlti1l
lot(. in fo lll'd-lll(- Ilr ly 1 )h':r u t'ty i, '1 o till,
to11(1 ollo.ntllti isll th g. ll. I by hic
it i, ,rritt, Live :1 tllajort v f th I'ollncc, nls and
will col IOtthe K "t in o th Moor 11( otl
t nbers. 'I','" (il i'- I It J. itlo', ll no nll oliti)
' the t'f1(i lilllti tt III' denc v ti t lmirt:r'
were'"1:?itlei to ill-:r c hl'"r tifi otll A li, cle ulron
an' a d' in u der til, ir u:u1:u l r ('
111 !ly KItow-N1'tllillg.
U/ode . I."I\d.lr l lld-,t " I' oJ11, , Ao i t i lohtll
alll(I k'llor-S Lot u; t l Ivo c. 0:Itm
of Il fm's t:Iit"'+, i in tl.'i Ot' tl ~tagutge