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version ar t uecreu-, - - I, U ssid by on. J J I.. . turned u.l- "riabi.oW. We,W.bi.B8' t r a ready to embark id mi asti l.beral "TJVuoH.H'P-tl.T wilhdeooU..u iu as had CUOT. Ol K J f H brrrenU,ly. and like tie ti io i . J , Viml uf remote aud . l 0raieodoidgnlli'inly , lletl.ought klm lo fke P svsnce. lu other word, he hae tamed usurer; mud tk.uk. ur of augmenting hi. oi of gold rouble. lha f expending tl.em la national de- UBC" b. this a il may. Eugland end J rune have so ,alerel-au immediate and direct iuteret .a establishing everywhere, libera! gov.ru.ueuu. . It. bawl uieau of limiting his rule if lie ahould teexieud it. With Austria muJ I'ruwia I, -et. uo .' utJ felt eiU,er f Ku"'"u jraudisenmnt or aggreaeioa ! And tU, when M.tternich die, or i put down, will be the K.n: ropean policy. isr Ui tr0n ittmn"K gtatral wr, either a a oanseuaeaoe of t! French Revolution, (supposing aiet orJt J3 rule In Fnrnre) or of the esiabluduiieut of popelar government, or liberal eouetitut.ou m Europe, we think both would give tUlwt and trut guaranty of general peace. The na tion may and prol-ably will have actuation.. nlternauons or quirt and disorder but lluir progress will bo onward, and aa tlwjf go nsrd, war will become le (requeut, ait4 tile j,ower of Europe be exerted mora auj more tu nhoU end extend the real freedom and happi- kru uf weu. There isoue feature in the French Involution i which we have een barely aliu.l to, and -t , whirh i deeply important to llio world,) lha.1 ne would mention in clueiug our remark. It i ttxial a well a political. Indeed the Bwi'iul movement iu France, Switzerland, and Si. .ly, w, auppoM, regrded a ral lha ooiiU. ul ttiUg merely a u.eajM of aeourioj gTelr eiuai .ty unoug men both regrd jraoual rijjliu and lU right of property, A. c . But uf in, and kiher luattcr. t mu.t dtfer remark until wo tr litre the Ket olaiieu will end. a.aaCfctrr-t' ' rr. ilm Jjoto lova a lfogU : v. i.. a Uuia pcy. tfcr frK-k up thair etr a .1 it J.d them good, whet witty, they al.ake thoif liee if they w ouid grow fat with the eaerne. If a eor.epoiKlent of oun la to beerod.ted, they Ui enough of it 'at the debate bten yenaton r.X,(f Mis.a;j.p.,ead ?Utr, of N-w Ha-i.p- hire aad that common folk may emoy tl ttiO, we proceed to fire a Arlch cf it The lvf.il- ifjre th Srr.ale was the minion lo r.ni the -ubjecl uialtr. the dpfn'iepry bill xeuatui HiU I mut tte agvinst th bill not b-faus it contained an appropriation fur a i.i.ssicii to Kuliie, but be aue it grants million t..i ilic mi Hie m.kuu wai a f ri.jrew.ive move for the aJiuinlstralioa. I hop othere tri'.! tite for it Ho much better thia approprii i.uu for a peaceful misaion tu Catholic Rome, than th oiLer appropriatione for kilfinf Caihv lie Mexicans: llie only drawback I feel ia, ttat J regard it aa an attempt on the part ef Mr. Polk to puflder to the Calul.c eentiment, a Mr. Eadeer had declared ni'or Footx "ijulte ercctled I Jeniand to kbuw f theSntor. of North Carolina, whelb rl he used thin language. .-irijilo; Jl Lt i Mr B uot noticing the qnea tiuu I do but intend to niitquot If the Sen ator did uot ua the expreion, 1 do. - I mate lt. charge 111, to use a raukee phrae, tin ttuiujt to for vote. Senator Foots I pronounce uch Unjuage Tu'gr, coanw." H41L replied with wajuth and energy rheo Mr Fc-o-te eiplaiued. that vulgar ineeut M&eUilng cou.uiua, mostly used with lh p-s-fie. The edaualion ti excepted and amid laagbther, of the niont heart kind, the dehile as eoaLooed a to'.low (V lue lIuuto.i' rj.ort. 1 Mr Hu. 1'erhap I ahoel.l make eome its plnDol.cD to the Senator frera North Caroiiia. I certs.niv did uot meau to tnwquot" or misre- present him. I am sure ho w ill not suppose. that I could do to. I Mr. B40..IB. Certainly not. I Mr. Uuc. .Now. one word a to what wa aid which produced such a rloed of eloquence irom the gentleman from Mississippi. . I cer- tsinly did cot expect that that geatlemaa aad myself would very cordially agrse ia cerliia political matters. Our positioaa ou some sub- jecu ax wide apart; and, therefore, ft does aol arriossly disturb iny equanimity to End him quite antagonistic ia reference ta these iiuee- 1 1 ne ivuig to eouvose sanaai sessioas oi ensm lions. When be came doa u uiMn tnv pulititial I bera, and dusxolve the Elective; always coavo- poitioa, with all Ula Jupiter Tonaua, thunder- 1 mg eloqaence, 1 rejurded it as a n.atter of 1 tour, liut really, air. whoa a rentlemaa of 1ms reiiued lasU--ioqueaee of diction -pur.ty I free, but repreaaible. Art- 12. Individual liber oi tyl rhaateneti of manner aad everv- I ty raaranteed. Art. 13. J u dree (with excep ting contributing to the character of a perfect J tions) irremovsaule after a Ume of office ile orator, ia ronipelled. relucUotlv mm or tied. 1 1 termmed. ' Art. 14. The orpsaivation of a doubt Dot, to pronounce my poor efforts vulsr, 1 . .. . . . ' t I a uo l-ri nan Lait nifr i I - . , ..... 1 . Mt. rooTl. 1 Old 001 proneunoe the etlort I " I .nr. nun. n w ia unruace. inrti Mr. Fours. aNo. il wm b tenUnMritt tnJ. i f-L Cr ... . . a . .. I In nsintttahP m ill . ta tlaas Apamul ks. arn 1 r - . .. I u"u i say tsscrieuy true, -vu.gar u derived from the word Meafs," whwh inins ine commea people; and the terra simply im- plies that the sentiment is csmmoa amoag the mesaes. I Mr.HALt. Ah ' Thst is all ? Mr. Foot. Certainly. Mr. Hle. Then I am very glad to find that my sentiments are becoming so popular! ILaagtiter j .'Sow, I do not travel with the Sic- tionary in my pocket, but oue of the page has I brought me oa of the big dlotionanea which San-ttrr11 ' day, when the renator from kenlur.ky lost so much ia not be- M. vt Th.,i ... , mr IULC. IfSO.it llS rot OUt! 1 llOU t I snow, nowever. hut that it the public were I i - here, and listened lo our poor debate, it niizht be wail for eome of us if the Injunction were uasn oa the dtcttonari ! But 1 have tbe die- 1 tioaary before me, and I find that thi "valgsr" wora Mr. Footc. What dUonar? ia it' Mr. H all Written by one Sam Johnson! I L 1 fiBd''' vulgar word I Shik.pre, f Uaehter.i ..so hT a... Dr.dea. one Rowe, sad a auaa who used to write doWer- el.cne John Milioa. (.iireat UughUr. All of tnei.i aaed litis vulgai" word "pander!" aSl BBhay a.. . ! raitl a. ,S . -v a t - p mm. .1. 4r inuiitmbtH IV .III! YfrV Ca.SVvl I said that 1 lwi.,4 ih,i Ihe- wss an attempt, -athpsrH.f the Adiuiuuul.i..,io "pa4Jer"lShe growled at the aham Cnee propoaed. o mo noman t,aihoiir votem. or Komau t aUio I alholir voUrti. or Komau t'aUio I C UreiHd CM: BOH I Br .. tO flint MutlStAP I an I te credit to the Senator I from North r.arli." - - 'w "iv . nn.vi i Mr Foan. The Senator has not rea.1 ths nk.'i ., ... . I Catherines. V, , h. .how uie to look a. them tnblf j k y 1 HV?" 'Mcsa't help you," thst makes armed Interference 7, wr.n.. nPr "aoo ii cut! meaut lo uv that it waa u word I always intended for purposes of acamlitv af I vulgar meaniag; and like n.any other epiUietal . - uaa.ueare. aot aoorooriale on all ore a.iona. aad certainly not becoming in such a dignified body as this. Mr. lial l is one: I shall iad Uie auHioiitiea. Here ' U V naadaiiu raa-ala Ik... rf-.r a. . m 1 u Misii -iriicai u ririisMiuuurtf laitrtiiMT this side did sot hear il disUnctly. -nr. Hatk. Crlainly; with great pleasure. .1 . , 1 " -1 hertag raacala. Haw' a eouspttarr aiainat Laovhler 1 Why, ,ir, if Iiaj saarched the dictionary -a.iining 10 ana, 1 could not have bit ap ..a a . l r 1 . . a-----, .v au, 1 cqiiui ui p.?e an ip PofUieAumiiUsttioatgrertoUiepk.- kiooe of the Roman Catholic votera. That la what I think. When the houcrable Kooator from Mjaaieaippi aaya he haa great confident lu the Administration Mr l oorr. W ill the l.enoraUa Semlor al low ine to itterrnpt him fore uioiuent? Th moet aerioiie part of what I aeid wae uot o much denial of hi allegation, a a eolenin call upon him for evidence ia eopport of the charge. Mr. Hale. I underaUnd. Mr. toOTK. Allow me lurtner to atate my propoaitioii T Mr. IU).c. ; Certainly Mr. Foc-ii. If a eron were arraignetl a criminal, ijid no evidence of lua guilt wai pro duced. he would certainly ro free ef duiiUIi meut; I therefore invoke the Senator to addnce his proof. 1 challenge him to the proof. Mr. Hale. The evideuce la to be fouad in the abeeocee fall proof to the contrary' Tbiaje fair uiodet-f argament, n the Senator mutt admit. Wtien there i eomelbing palpable on the face of the caae, if no other taotive etrikee the mind aa beiug the palpable motive, then th Inference it legitimate, ia the t.beeDce cf 111 proof to the contrary, that that ia really the mo tive. Mr. Fuutk. Suppose th Senator were charg ed wiiu a grare oaoiice, of wuich tie was alto gexner innocent, though appeuraucee were against bim; and if he failed to addnce proof of bis innoceuce, wuil he tlies be justly found rutttyT Mr. Hale. tf enttat The couclusiun doe net follow from the iirerniw not at all liut the henator from M isaiseippi eaid tlitro( no I a. was the man of the age." Why, thought Jamee K. Folk was " the mun of the age:" I tJiuffnler. I I aliouid like to know wbut right any I'emof rat, tonnd in the faith, baa to pronounce rope riua IX the man of the ere! Laughter. I did not propose, however, lo go tuto this question of a missiuu to Kouie. I roue culy for the purpose of freeing myself from the charge or using a valgarisni. Aa modified, how ever, by the Senator from Miwiissippl, instead of a charge, it ia compliment. 1 feel nattered. lleaae that my aeotiment i becon.ing very conuuon ainenirtt the ixoii.e. larre with bim I do believe tlte people regard this a an attempt on the part of the Adirti Qlatrutiou to pander to Komaa 1 atholic prejudices. Mr. Footc. I hope the Senator will allow me to correct him. I did uot uy that the seutiiiieut was common amongst the people, but that hi language was of 11 very cocunou caste and char acter. Mr. If a i.e. Well, I am a common man! I do not ureieud to be anythiug else. Andnow,hav log exposed the attempt 00. the part of the Ad ministration aa well aa 1 can, I would appel to benatora; au4f there are auv other ambitious niBu iu the Seuate beUe mywetf, I would call eu them to aee to it, that Uie man who hij pre pared this moasure doeen't " bring all thi grist tat.j hi liopoe. if there t any other rreat dential aapiraal her beshixa mysrf. 1 think h had better look well to this business. D'd tht Sriatur rem Michigan tpk Is me Great laugter Mr. Cass. No! 1 did niKepnak. The appoalle qaeetiou, and iiaive reply, aay oue, produced a buret of merriment ia whieh the aenaie aua audieace joiuml. Mt. i,aa was good natured. lie weat to Mr. IIalx' seat, and hook him cordially by the band. The New liAfnpahire Senator carried the day thia time. vatlmiiaii f 'tgei Now. On our frit page will be found full detail of the French reioluiion. Ve proceed here to re. for to other coeutrie. First of Irn.v. It ha breo. th geuural belief, we have o thought, not only from Jfuwime D'Auglie't authorized pamphlet, bat from the whole action of the Italiau ruler that the extent of the reform proposed by them, would be the eUb lishu.ent of C !, a ahaia merely of pop ular assemblies, aud tliat in thi they were ac Liu g ia toncert. Put the evrutt of January aud February have settled the matter. The popular will ilemaud popular aMeinblie real repre sentative goverumeut. The voice of Palermo ia echoed in the Alp, bud fron Piedmont to Si cily, Italian Prince aid Monarch have grant ed, or promised to give the people, liberal and just Constitution. Albcbt, ef SardinU, IheCranc luke of Tus cany, the Kiunaa Pontiff, the JCiagof the Sici lies, ihee. rulei have acte.1, or are about to act, en tiaie subject. The Constitutions propo sed, are on the basis of the Constitution of France, with one exception, that in Naples, where none eat tie Co. kUt rrhgian ii loterutrJ. We annex the CoBFliiutioa of Sardinia, that ear readers nay jwdjg.i how far the Italiaa ru lers are will in; to go. . Aav. 1. The Roma a Cathoiic religion ia the only Stale religion; but slier rxiatiag fomuart e ec ialtratrd. Art. -'. 1 he Kings pemoa 1 sacred; his Ministers are responsible. Arts. 3, . Tlie king i the bxecative head, ia peaca "d war. He aloae sanction sod promulgate the law, lie is the hrst fountain of juatice "d mercy. Art. b. The legislative power is collectively ia th king and two Chamber, Art. 7. The first Chsmber shall eousistof the King'a nomutees for l.fe. Th second shall lie elective, based ca a graduated taxation frau- cbise. Art. K. Lnwa imposing taxes to be first proponed ia the elecUve Chamber; ather Isws indinrauy in euuer, or Dy uae twing. Art. . ting another in four month. Art. 10. No lax to be levied aaleas voted by the Chamber and sancnoiiec or tne jung. ytn. it. ina press cemm anal tnriiila of tax-payer is reserved to I .L . I": I. 1.-11 I ...I. ...... .L. ..ll..:. I ui avia-. &i aiaau uv huujcki v .u wjihiult .. . I. . . . I : , . l irauve BUinon.y oi uie .uianu; oi mo tnieri- i J l . - .Jr ... I..- 1 Ik. si.. I wiircuwirvi. . a-... . i-t. i...:i-. I J I1V lvVIIiktUtlWU W V rfdUlalllll VU .UlllUWlllTII'llHHIIVllUaJliwiaivwtrt.io.i aa i tiau aiiisiuaM w ' 1 . v , . , rut Ai Ait tha, Mtri i.l PdsKniairV ' " . " " . 'L Tlie accounts from A'otac and Sicily are Con trad ic tor v. It la ssid that the Romans clamor . . - , .. -d thll lh- p0I,e arru- ed for a Constitution, and thst the Pope seru- I U th.rul.. era.lin irreat airitemenL nil ' J mm I we doubt. Hi. oroclamatlon uaure. as thst hs 1 I...ilm.ta. iik.r.1 . rnn.iii.iio. .. thnn of Sardinia, Tuacany, Naples. "We never ceaee; he aya, "meditating liow lo drvetope moat uae fully our civil Institutions. Nothing, in short, ,h,ch conjariv, to Uie dignity and ' ' . M l I M,"M"'"- . . . .. I ah ! ihi narinia. I ne revolution men wu ' " rr- I achieved by Noblessud Biahop. Io (pit them, it ia sid, Uie Kiug hss refused. Another report .l, .nid vi.rmn i,... rafused the I M SMB. f WBf'BV w a w awv r a ti..i ii..:..ii.iii r.a kad marched lo Measina and Syracuse, and mesnt u drive tint royal troops out of the realm. But w thiok j, Mitto's prewnce will eecura P-. J n"k tl' "volution legal in action, aud pacific In spirit, by establishing a Const ita tion wUick will meet the wents, and satisfy , , ,. . . . . ,l J-"lioR was, what woald Anstrladol v... i,-n I'ai l.n f 'ouat.tulioiia are rranted bv the i a-w n-- m-.-mrm. .. .. .. , .n t.. . .... a Italian rr.ucee, now wm siw -... r,i iu Imist Saw il I avtlati Bbb'I t AO "iTIIIt V exchequer is a bad thing for a despot that an r m ahil swers, she wUI submit. N icHoi.s, too. says, -I Kland declares "de , . jki tk. .tranrlh of thelraT U. kd wa Will regard it a a oecisration . war," and this renders it ssemingly, an ImpoM- . . ! i i - irtiiii v 1 laa rnnr ukiod ui ui aLaai i uwv ws - . . . mi I r 1l L'aiBAna ba IlkalBBBB . .. ..1 fore, that Italv will k rut. Nor le thia all. 1 i.u...iw..ii..hwl.raa. notaalv miit tbU HI H W wvi.n.v., j 1 follow, "but the prttlif of deepoUsm, tha be- lief In the nncenqaerable power of the ante- . al. 1.1 aal hnm. thuf ru nr iin. wnicu wrT cvwa-ai mv .r " . ' " - ...j will swell thst tldsiatoan ovemowmg notlam. will be sble to resist it! I nera la, tiioa, r , tlMiwateh-nre. or tree - hi... of Rome! Austrian Italy, If tht accounts are to ne re lied on, le full of trouble M ilea ana iomoar u i.. Polmj Second, Ortat Brittl The first matter of general interest ia I.ord Palmerstou' speech, affirming that bo Interfe rence by Anstria, would take place ia Italy, an announcement of real moment We have ellu ded lu another article to thia speech; but il liu portanco will justify a longer extract from i here. Lord P. said: " lie trusted that a brighter day was now dawaing anon Italy. The confidence with which they might look for the regeneration of that country was chiedy founded upon the well known vigor of the Italian character, aud it was gratifying to find that the i.rogreee which now beiug made la Italy was beiag brought about by tba hartuouious accord which existed between the people of Italy and their cover eigne. It could not be doubted but that the po- siiiou of Austria, lu the midst of these events, was aa embarrasiag one; hat il was a great atinracuou to him, a it would anUoubiodly also be to the House and the country, to know that, eo far as her Majeety'a Government was Inform ed of the in tent iou of the Cabinet af Vienna, there wae bo reasoa to apprehend thai the policy of that Cabinet would be to meddle ia any way whatever, by hostile interference, with the events which were now lu progress in the in dependent Statee of Italy. It would be gratify. tag to the House le a. aotr, a a proof of the eon adeuce with which Euglaud waa looked te In Italy; that Lord Miuto had proceeded from Koine to Naples, in consequence of a desire ex pressed by- the btcihaus a the So bead, aad by the Government of Naples on the other, that the friendly amialanca of British diplomacy might be attorded towards the aatiaiactory set tiemeut or the points or dispute betweeu the parties. He berged the House to remember, that the Italian Commercial Learns waa at pre' sent founded only on principle. It detuil were (till under the consideration of (la componeut member: and, until theee were settled, Uie pub lication of such confidential correapoadeuca as the British (jovarnwent waa ia poeaessioa of, iu reference to the subject, might tend to defeat the purpose which they all wished to see accom pliahed." 1 The eeeond subjects of interest were the Bee!. gtt, and rrland both trying and dlmeult sub ject. The Budget, that ia the amount af ex penditure, and 'the means of raising it, is very eflenti ve. It showe a deficiency in the past year of near 4,000,000; with no promise of redaction la the present, worth mentioning proposes to renew the existing property and Income taa for rive years, and to Increase the army and navy expenditure The following ie a y nopal of Lord John Russel'o budgett Aa addition to the Income-tax, up to 5 per cent, tu every class ef laconic ia the mode by which Lord John Ruaael propose toaupuly the deficieucy in the revenue. Thi addition i to last for two yean, the Income-tat itself after Its old rat beiug continued for five years.' For the veara. therefore. 148-9 aud 1849-.'i0. ar hall have to pay la. ia the pound on income; for the years 1?.VM, IS51-2, we shall revert to ?d. Lord John Russell estimate the produce of uie uuiereat eource of revenue for the haaucial year at follow, viz: Custom -llxcise Stamps ' Taxea Property-tax I'okt-oflice -Crown laud .Miscellnnreu 9,7jO,0(H l3.IKm.0tHI ;,'iou,ooo 4,:i4U,0tH) 60ll,0(HI IIOO.OOO : 6ti,tNI( 3Utl,0OU XuIjU.OOO . Add aJJilioual Property-tax, 3'00,()00 , &4,?o4t,IMJU Sbewiug, with the additional Income-tax, a total receipt into the hxcheqaer of Ail.lM),- 000. . . The eipeiiJilure is taken as follows, viz: Funded debt - '7,?7(,lMKI Exchequer-bill 75,6tM 28,5:10,600 Charge oa I oosolidated fuud - 2,7i0,00tl . 1,100,000 - '245,500 - 81, 10,001 Caflre war - Naval exree Navy -Army 7,72C,0OO ) 7,16i.9a6 I 2.!J4,ti35 4.(K)I(HlOJ Ordnance Miscellaneous i4,t4f.,00(i lio.otw Add militia 54,637,000 Sarplas w 113,000 Giving a total expenditure of 54.637.000 : leaving therefore, o a 5th April, 1S49, Uie small surpla of 113,000. The addition made to the service estimate i a follow: - ' Navy Army Ordnance X1&1.000 43,000 S45.OO0 452,000 150.000 Militia 609,000 The Income-tax does not extend to Ireland. Thi exemption la rested by Lord John Raoeall apoii rroBuds, net of jastiee, bat ol merciful conaitleralioa aad of general expediency. The badget will cause a storm aud. . we thiak, the overthrow of the Whig Ministry. Il hi met out of door with outcry. Ia Parliament, es-haaeeltor of the Exchequer, Harriet and Banmg, oa the Tory aide, aad CWa and! Brtphtt on the Liberal assail it, , The ministry,! aald the latter, have eatered lata the frateraitv I .(I.T... ..a hutlv rtl,rrin th.ir n.n mes Mr. Cobdea said: - ' " I say H with the greatest regret, but I do not I . ,. - m mnmmrt. KK.nmu h-.-Prt. WWUI f W at avrvv" ii ewi - w V - - . - k.i .A a ...laekur tA n.:. nntrv .nri t -.1 n j t ii.. ekUM 1 t r 1 k.J .iiMi A r ranee la sucn terms witntn tne precincts oi i the Free-trade-hall at Mancheater. each Ua- .... ... ... i lord ihTprlme Minister' of this coontry turns . c l ,. ..t:k- I """i - r1"! V I . ... mnm Ag . 11 mnlt i na ab nor iiarl. avhat I 7" 'VYT - vx'iT.r 7. .kit wl. t " Li, - - k..iiiiT nnd or. r .. v fnl. I lowed by Liberal cheering. ' What is thst but a threat that this country ia snaking prspara lion? Irenswed cries of and applause. 1 I am not sorry to hear theee cries oi "no." 1 sm anxious to give you, tne repreaeuiauveo oi Englaud, aa opportunity of disclaiming aay .nchsenUmenUasthaaacoavevedln tha noU I. .. J II,., .....I k. Ian r.nllnn fra. wivliisi .hu m. v... i - '.a .1.... 1 And ham tat ma aak. what is " J . . r..,, rnMn.i. waer, l, the indicaUott of war? From what .u.,i . thn hoatililie deecrlbed to-nirht to aaaaa r& mmm BV be looked for and exnectedT Wa were told In ... . ........ .uwk tkat tkla .AM.Ir. waa at I , - , ,: r.k.. 1 I. i. J m0 we Mked this q of the Sovereign coi auiuy nin every iwnija :::7k:.t ffr - a iim .An i iam ma i.nffiuM can the langiaga used lo-nlght convey th ' . iruUiT cheers I Where, I ask. Is the dsnger ta coma from;. Have the French beea arming sguint asT We have no evidence of the kind. I know it is said tnat tne r rvnen nave ooeu noj- ik.iT . fhnar. knar.l Yea: and iiiiiwstM " - j a, - - ' whan that ouaaUoa Comes before tha lloase, 1 ai.ail ha nranared to show, from tha speeches ia I ,i.. c..nk r hamKra that nar annuentaUoaa i ui bb a iDtii'ii vnwiwi - aa I a . t- tV.aa --Am. rtaa- I IbI inH nriLlaill DBT W UITI BBal Wm ,UW WW V viwwe and vxeuM for tftfr iacr.se oi tn r reocn lorce. I VN" WW- j hi(n,f ,ol(J , u olher BiKhtt tlut .ur fleet WM d0Ubie the six of the French Beet. Are the Frencfc tha going to tavaue a, anowmg -;-- - . ..... Wki. .u,ml .1 I " - ""' " , :.;V,T the idea? Who, afraid of the French? Where - IL - a.aa.aa.a.1 aaslaA akS IMIP laSdB IBa BI VSM nna rav 1.11 uwviv w uv wairiwww vw.i r- 1 -l ....... 1 r..i yon to- anoro xuom l8. Why. sir, I represent la this lis I cneenng.j ,u. I ... . n .1 niA.I Imnnrlant eanatituaucv ia I I .mnir-. constituency coasistinr of a saU- I non 0f pople and will be bo and to ssy Utttl I wsena.ia -a " " ' .a'.,. . . ... nAi iA atiffinini TAir niru ina n l.k.'M.MtklH...I thousaad electors, and I will ..,)., fcf ti.u yeaiare tw - --- Hnaasi favtii aan v hit iiatuniiiuu waieaa, iuv m.jar(to f those electors are enUrely opposed 1 1 1 - ... . , - 1 m TOar pree.nl proposition leneera. j t m.n Uo. vm 'J TTSV B " - a . . . . . a .! -. a:M - 1 ionir,,ae of the MinUter'. addrees. - 1 MinS It nam ta aa. both with i in Whig fllipiauy it srems ta na, oout wim 1 - ' a I to do. It eka io palliaU, not to tin.1 IMMsxko. would win by yielding a little, and thus dissat Ufieeall partie It goee to a certain point In a right direction, then stop suddenly short, and thn will overthrew Hwlf. It ft. Bt Biron. enoagh to give confidence to friend, aH excite fear or reejieel ia the oppition. The Liberal rail the budget a huge awindle the measures for Ireland, cumbersome their opponent tie signal both a cajolery. The people; a a Jour nal aays, ouly enjoy a sort ef saliafactlou ia wit nessing tbe engineer hointed by his own petard, and a prim Minister of lxrd John Rumell'e caste, a woodcock caaght la hie ewa spring. itie.viinwuy mast tail. The reform of Church and Bute aaiveraul ufTrageg-aiid all ee-eperefiee plan for amelior ating uie coauiiien 01 labor are going en ear needy. . Ne fears are felt about violence or oat break. Reformer agitate wisely! Tbey plead, reaeon, appeal. They lecture, debate, circulate tract, diffuse paper.. Aad the result will be, a aew order of araj mea ia the Cabiuel of (Jreat Britain, aad a new apirit ia their rale. .The day for toryhaii is past- The days of aham Whlgg. ry are eariy run. "When men'a pockets," aaya aa uble Brituh authority, " tare preacher ef peace aad retrenchment, wee betide the Mln wtry who disregard the sermon. Their deafueas wlU be tlieir doom. The Whig Cabinet ie but aa aeeidoat but were it a cherished object of national choice, a war-budget at such a moment ae this, would inevitably eiak It to aanihila tloa." Aad where moral power, lu addition, is roused the middle classes forced to snite with the laboring we may be aura that an hoar of reform ia approaching for England which will overthrow iU huge aud corrupt ayatetn of pen- den aad patronage, of favor to the few and dis favor, not to say oppression, to the many Uf the movement agaiant Church and State, wa may speak more at length hereafter. 1 I4kela. We bate libels, and rejoice when they fail. We rejo.ee, therefore, generally, at E. Wbioht's acquittal; specially, because he Is a hero of ele vated aud manly stamp. A word iu kiudueaa, will melt him like a child. Armiee could uot move him, a lieu once he had resolved. Such mea should have crowns, -not persecution! Full freedom and trust, not avenging ll.w ! Never could such a man suffer, if the sound conuuon seuse maxim, that there must be proof of crimi nal intent before there shall lie criminal couvic- tiou, prevailed. I Jkb2y Uektham, we believe, pave thin defi altiea of the ' law of libel, viz: "anythiug, which any body, at any time, may be pleased to dislike for auy reason." And so it is very ofleu. In nine cases out of ten it is made cerluiuly, not a means of punishing crime, but of screen ing tlie guilty. I'rotect innocence. IVotect truth, and man's character is the highest truth, by all just means. But let not houety,or men of fearless bearing, be trodden down, because they are honest and fearless. JewUk Privilege. One by one manacle are inapt iu the old world! Stepby step the people there are march ing on towards universal freedom! The Parliament of Great Britain ha made the "Ancient" of our race equal to any Briton in the eye of the law. The trsts, which excluded them, are abrogated. AuJ what earthly good ever rtieulteJ from thee tyrannous device T They barred out no iufiJel; as to that they made jt 1 1 1 1 .-. 1 raugiou a cou, uu uiereoy im iniiueiuy. hen Uiey were most rigidly applied. Lord Ho l:--l...L. 1 1.:. :..C.I.I I , ...I... I l..t:. ... UUurV muu Ilia lu.tuci iiva,, iu.itu ai.iuiiK-ui, and England. Mr.Shiel, in Ihe debate in the Iloue of Com- mooi, made the following sensible remark on the subject: " In proportion as vou have miligiiled the laws ugalnxt the Jews, the instinct by which mea are taarht to love the country of their birUi has been revived and fostered; Itritiali feelings, llritida palrioUain, have taken root in the heart count ii.maiite, tne r relief) ambassador at len of the Jew, and nothing but perfect justice i I na.it said to have fainted on hcannj Uie newi required for their development- Emancipate tha Jew. abolish all distinctions between uiui aud the Christian, aud you iuatil into hia heart Uie perfect consciousness ef country. His ex-1 altations aud mourning will be the same aa yoars; his heart will beat with the same joy at the tidings of EnglUh victory; and if there sliould be need, hia life will be poured out for k i. : . .......... .i . i . M . liwvuauuj wivii Hiliv pi vuigautj mm j "tu.. (General cheering.). I'M VrwaKhdaw ia Srwaoe. . . Tbe folly of Uie nviuialers of Louis was ex treme. Net t oligaac uuder Charles, w aa more eraiy lb.au (laizot, nuder Louis! Had Uie Gov- erumeut agreed simply to introduce reform of Uie aUetarai franchise, and allowed the Reform banq sets to go on, all would hare been peace It would not do this it haughtily refumd the oue,aad deapotically forbid the olher and so, tha hurricase has swept them from place and power ! Few persons, comparatively, understand the eiUnt of the voUug privileges of the Frsnch. At uie restoratioa, oulyjtera thousand were eliiribTeto the Chambers, or the popular branch f fhk'l.aialature. The reo uiui tea for member- ah ip were the payment of 1,000 franca indi- reet taxes, and to ba forty years of age Tae electors had to pay 300 francs ia direct Use, and ba thirty years af age. . , . ...... ii r. :. .1.1 Wl coarse meir nuwoer w ....... p- aowa at ctj.uuo. utrnanrai i wuu , . Mu .-il. mmm.nd n.- Na rottea boroutrh svstem conld be mora perfect. - as rr.. n .... i..i . Tl. . 1 no iwtwhuvovi uiy , " '"1-' ... - . . . a . . i ln wasuecisreu to oe ine pay merit of 800 francs in direct Uxe. and for the I voter to be twenty-five years of age- This gsve 200,000 voters, out ef a populstiou of lAirty- ...... 1 i Theee voters elected 439 deputies 1 , ...... i r one half of these al any tune. It ha hundreds ol thousands-one jonrnslssys, 500,000 places to dhmooeor aad, conaequenu y, ry arming too,- AA . t t .m.. I. .1 4 ,k. .1 .m I. uw voters, or KTvma onara .w vuo nan uavwcuH - 1 a a .. J t. .1 ..I I ,1.. ties, 11 coaio aiwaya u a. 1. p.rao. .0 .... last chamber there were 900 deputies who were rsuieyeM ot Government. ' 1 , J ' The object af the Reform Banquets, and of the I tA Mt rtd mt thia Intolarahla evil: I 7 - , . I aa evil wnicB liiaue r ranee as uospeuc aa auv I . . coantrinthewovld notaaly ly making the I a a.. . - . tk. w.llu A.Ln. kilt repreeeat-uv. .... --J. - I by eentralising all power in luehauiisoi Monarch, and rendering reform almost an lm- I , .i.a A liberal Encirsh Journal commenting on these i . faela. remsrks: . i v-1 .. l.. .....mi ml I . . ri i.u i.n. i waiaa anaaiirsii ififimi uirDM wiui rnnyui ia.at aa asaavas I " - I . . 1 a . AMawan llial aaaw alBarlh arl asms Bn atSBt n- nt IS Sal uk s. f4nd bwIc0 tfl6 praU lusarrectUB - I HfT 1110 V tHalQB I vl CIHHUi JUIValbHiaw "7 JCTLoiraUons for political liberty, for th itauof ai,fraachisement ia France is aa i ..... nnd naackerv af repreeontative srovern I --.7 . ... - .. i" ' T Isacsawtv UtroSfll ceniraiisauon, imip . . . r , k. . l. ,,. .1 : . , u reslslouces to iiu-iirfii - .. 1- klaaa. Thn Minister or the interior a)..i.i..w -".- - - la .hnnlatelv the Grand Elector; for net only can ha dUmies all sabordiaaU faacUonariea,bat even tha pretect. anu saopretec-, . u ut - Urial caudklates are u.inaio. . uio e.-vwr-. uaery isa net-wora .and It re meat au bicn has I HMU M J arT.xrla fn Trsaan . . i r t a . Junaaiv loVreaer- I . .w - . .aa- .kbk dn. """ ?"'V r . "t ad lag rauiuue aave conve .aw a - . . - 1 - - 1 t-f.i-,i . ..rlnaa I t.lUCIHIMU Ba ausiaiwaaroaai. a b. w Oh " UJu. Th, .teams, Tempt h.d Iwa 0. Kna,a a tha Sink tor thatclty - v 1. for tbe city "m"' aa. aMt lasr. x rraaea Hevetaltaa csbbIib Tkm bm mt Peere o aiaatsaia aad aH MUe imna.mrimi . r!lM r aaa Orieaae rassWy Mmaa la Aastrla, Baariaaad ItalyTfaaU aa .taaies I M cmuiH-iMStWai ttw behest in trsik; aiwl mn MtiMlaa bMibareed - fanlratau i4U.ii bul I ufactiuen. Decrees ha alsiQ li-ea FMilchan- Hppe'B Kseaa frsea rraara aad Arrival la Km- tead-DcialiB aTBsa feraaatleei eTlh) ! ! Oeverwaiea Bectta ta C'eSSea Breaemal leaaia apwara. Bovtos, March 27, 8 P. M. Th royal mail at earner Calalonin wai tile- giadiod off Uie harbour early kHUy, having aaiW eu iroiit curope on the ran uit. By Uim arrival we have the Mlowing deeply interesting and un- puna in upwh; 'aa. . , . , . - - in rrmen revolution, accounts f which WT. -.l 1... I w..v inu.iu uj vwi wmwia, iiu uwa ctH-i- lH.e. a ne auuicauon m laiw rniiuippo ikcoo- ninie.. ana. uie aouointment ol a mrencv which a . . . utus uccn wxaiiy i.j,cimf re mie nng ine struggle The Pariaiaae have coniDletalv thumohe,! ov the army, ami MicceeUwl ia the eatabluduuent of the rejHiMican form of goverauwnt the Houseof 1 win wonvvriiiiivwu nu iu UUC9 UWiTIiraiU. Th ent.r. rtrln. f,.1. k.. tt .1 - -w wvu ssMiiu aaoao nw am V saw: parts of Uie cou ntry to avoid Uan Mtorm that wcukl have surrounded them if they had remained in Pa ris. Where they have gone in unknown. Themirt- Lstenoftheoldgiivemjnent acconianied the roy al family. , , The recognition of the aew Republic haa beeu acknowledged by England, Belgium, Switzerland, and the United Stale, through their representa tive in the city of Paris, lu other couuuiev pro- viaiobal governments have been established, they having fnlleo in rapid snceeasion into the anme spirit which animates Uie Parisians. The priiici. pie I w ke new roernmeBt are celebra- wiuuwui wic wuuu iuk genius, rioquencB J tAKA CJ. .,l . r and seienoe. Some of them are of almost a ro - Carried awav bv the elooue.c. ,J rn....:. v I the excited and trnjroveruable mob of Paru thr.. I down their muxkets. which, in tLa KrHt f..r, r U.V1I ,lw WHU UUeKLT- UH DU1 U.VA11MI -l.. I thin popular leader, and bv their "u,inT"t,d the prorixional government wiUi uie mil auutuiuy 01 me suae 01 rtris. Pans. Feb. 2i Mr. . Kuah. the Ambaado. of th. r-.t State, accouipanid by Mr. Barton and Mr. Pe - nam, waited on Uie member of Uie orovUMinal government, o whom he delivered a moht flat. tennir addrees and made a formal reoianiition (heir authority. Pari, March 9. The last advices rcoieweat the citv ax traainiil. uuauciai emus was unaoateu. tminent houses are spoken of ae in the greatest difficul- tiea, Ukt no further faduitnt have been announ ced. Funila have fallen eonaulerahlv l)n tk ti fraud. There waa no turmoil or aritalirua AH wai sad srul gloomy. Men came and offered their becuiities for money only, at whatever price they roil M pet, hut carcelya buyer could m iouiiu. , 1 The account) of Uie French revolution reaehxl Vienna on the Ul of March, and Drodnrrd r, found impression. The Archhi.shoo of Pari, ae. eompaoied bv two Vicar' General. BmMOH fth. 3 per cent were uiiuted at .V) fri,n .1 1 a tranca; while the 5 pVr erafX Miedat 83 J.1"" fou franc, were dow n to 74fr.ni. ?nd ckl t li .' ,Unlud l omethmg hiinself to Uie Pruvioioual Goierunienl and gaveldom. in um sttursiuu ... u.v uiup 01 uie enure clergy ol his diocese. Eight hundred mercsn Jre firms, con nected with the Paris Bouree. waiu-d oa Uie Pro visional Government to ank the further delay of one month on their bills due on tks 2f7ih, which being refused. Uiey kad resolved to dimnbw their clerk aud workmen, and commerce, their deter liiiiialKin being not to meet their engagements. Toulon papers 01 Uie 1st of March, state that th lino T Auiaaie, aad Priuce de Joinville had arrived off that port, and msde conununicalioua ,0 i-T.'Vi WMu.tl'''8ph. mid he bad beeu authorized to place a steamer al the disposal of Uie Prince to convey Uiem wherev. er uiey pteaacuio gu. Pi la. A corresiiondent at Coloena writes that the middle cUea of Prussia, as in the Rhenish . : . --: : -- 1 olutOb, arc uctcrmiucd to declare political in.Ie- pendi'iicp, and have a voice in the adinuiK-tra-tion of their gvemment. They are peaceful, but resolutely devoted to the country, and firm in afl'rtm$ their right. Aaatrtn. Thi? resignation of IVin.-e M4lnr . n. iiounced for a cettainty in Paris. On the 8th. -a - - v ...ivta a an the news of the evenU at Pari Lad reached KheirtM, anil caused rreat consternation there. I A grand council of all the ministers was called. Couriers were dej.paU.lied in all dirrcUou. tne aiMiicauon oi iouis I'muipt. He start cd Uie next day for Lngland. I Thirty Utousand troops are to advance to Italy runout uelay, 1 Bnvartav, At Munich a nsinir of the neonle ha taken place, and a satisfactory ccmatitution has been extorted fiom Uie Kin, at the point of tha oavn- I - - urt. Italy The Jexuitdare alarmed at the habile deuiou- trations made avaiiLst Uiem by the Deoole. and .ui.uj ijum iuuii. ne juuiuai m uiai city fully appreciate the tendency of the French revolution, aud are now encouraging tha King I 1 to put himself at the head of Uie National f-.rceo and rllcct the salvation of Italy. Geaoa. A J vices from this place announce the arrival of the American snnarlmn i that nnrt on th til of March. spl. Advices UDtothc latest date, anaouiice that the King ha again violatMl hm solemn promises and haa earned fire and awnnl into the rit tJl I MeeMtia, w'hich ha ba bombarded fee 42 hoiun. I by tte royal troops. i nc rveoiunon nas spread mrouvhoul r ranee l,n all hv Iai.. ,.... ..l .11 k . . .V.I u.iiinnriii5, ami an naic puum iiici T""av- Louis PhUlippe, ami the royal family, with I Guizot hava arrived in EniflandL In.. . . J . . ' . I . nave occurfec in London, l.laow, td 1 1M5UU,6 luaummwr. T . . .. . i aa ... The, Chateau of Newrvill- Frane ha. k-en aacaeu aaa ourrmi w tne ground, ine anopa oil . a.. S k a. a anraa. a I Psri are all S. ! I ...a a L -.a" 1 . I luieu wuii tautaiuien im law mmppe, to at lessi w,uw in numorr. They have appeared as if by ntseic. The Colonels of the lUMtri and 78th Kegiraent were nearly all maaaacred by their own men for refusing to march aeairwt the Tuillenes. The Palace oil the TuiUenes hat been converted into a hospi tal under Uie name of "L' Hotel da Invalides." The Rouen railway has been stopped by Uie pop- I ulace, who have burned Uie brsbjes of Amiens I TV. .. ....... - C ,U. 1... T . .1 ?v. . L 1 I The statue of the lata Due d' Orleans, which I stood in the court of the Louvre has been Uken I down. The Ex-King and Queen arnved at New Haven, EnSland. Bbiobto, March 3. I , rrii - . , , . .a- tv I The Ki r. on latviinB- at New Haven, til 1 . .7 m , . Urt-ssed in a green blouse and blue overcoat, bor I rowed of the captain of Uie vessel; tha King did ot have a change of clothing with hun. They I laea.1 tkAahaa frmm au-vnw a JJ aa sata. MAV.na fnim fwwrnm akaaa.aw - V IZZZZv: I "ri. . i .-, .r-.: . . ir-... ... V. ' i" i niKiii or two oaca ne was on uie point oi giving I . .r .... v - i.i it , ... . - V.1" "T s iiiiutr aanv av nicaiv oitiviiuiSiih. mm taw a-viaM tuted tlieir suite, embarked eboidftcn I fislunir boal. near Freeport. with the IntenUdn I crosMmr the chaancl. At sea the party was! picked up by Uie express Southampton, an harbor 1 swam packet ooat, which lmmeiiatelv starteil I - v ., .. -.i V i rwi .tew utvuF mm ajta? ar i iijt, aiPi nji ivrx: ii srn landine. nmeeeahal tn Uae Uri.k?ei H.SeL 11m I t .:.,. f..i .,. r.r. i.a,i;i a.., tn iL.n.ii.ii I ... .ki,. ii.. ......il.. it i-n-w- i rs ia iiiitriiuru iu iitaaau a aav as a-aa i av11 1 '" a . 7 .. .... I I at I nnl Katbanham Ttian MiniI TS Wn a a laSTTsr 1 to Eagland's mait fTacKMs eKweigri.conimuni- CAUtyt Uf UlhQ.tmi( elllMaU ProcUmaUons snd decrees were issued during the revolution in Psria. by the Provwienal Unv I ernmeat, inierdictm tne rneeiina oi uie niwiri I hmw nf Pra. and ennvartinc the lllilleries mlo an aevtum for invalid workmen, tapiul.puniea- . . . .11 aiii.l i gicu, mwti. .r,w.i., ... ... r - , unrated ami furnished wiUt means to I a : .r .k. r i loin uieir loiuiuen, n wy.'iwivi.v. m.t v..mf L" f Pm. ,j ,hm dissolution of the Chamber o ipUties has beea recognixed by the Coaaiita- tio - a, me Bepuiijic TO lo iH-.on, . ""J""Zi .Z".''": the ness .M.e, "rrTmm lian ADorooriation bill was uken up. expteoo . op.o saops mw w r,-"-- -"77 r. t" 1 . I tin hlM lvM milted tOMTtHlaS kaJkt uoniaivu wb --: 7 - in 11019 auuM" p. : . . thsouichout the Kepublic. A Atonal AasemMy . "r " 7. - V" ;I r Ji I stitution. me popuiamiu 10 lWe reprsenUtives 01 tn peopic as nxew 4 w, a , k, .a. aw at iaaaTisk mtxa mm .iiiiHiaawv. e..irr.rM m be dirnct and universal: ail French I , . i ...j.n.liAtKahi HenaaMaFWaaooDonrn u uw for 1 men ol Zl years 01 ace.vo ne eiecio, a.n. - a. 'llva Vaaw I Ba aflat iaavar, - .liability; 10 be elled. Tha ballot, aratoneaecreu 1 A constitutional assembly is to meet on 2UUI or ApnL AU prosecutions against uie ptw- strong spevxn "-n-- , r 1 .J v.. ..k.l,.- an.ll U. U,ll,.l rj AlahaM. ha. the iuul KA of: th neraooa conllncd for all such offcncea are r , I be liberated. All work of utility are to Ka pee served ami ree.nectL 1 he Koyal relencc are 1 10 be sold ami the pxoccexla are to be apr4iel to I the liem-ht of the victiuu lit the rwutulmlt awl lug Uie names uf several vraitcda in the Navy; aUo, tho of the atxeeti which have aay refer ence ta monarchy or members of the fallen Kiuf s family. COMMUxNICATION. facta raw the a,' From the late report ef the Aaditors af State, of Ohio aad Keatacky, we may get a pretty I WB vuia vaaaaa aavsiisiwa, v . w w as a en w rr mm victii I r n rrart llea X 9 Ki J , aam Hai Man 1 1 ftk avsf l.a. I " i fwa Statoa. Below will be foaad a atateinent of shm ef 1 ii.. r.. v.;..v. ... ,. k. r.. ,1, . I saa.aaw w ta avu) ava V aw arar svas urm as vaaa tuvaw I documcaU : ToUl value of property ef Ohio. .i410,VC3jno . 354,7 lClrcj Dlffwc im '" $l56,fUr.77 I I 1 . nt 1. . . oi wnio, eeumatea vaiae. $-253,P76.2lW 12U74.n;i " Keatacky, - Differeace ia fver of Ohio, il37tr2,ii44 Town property of Ohio, value. ,66X1 34,906,1'JO Keatacky, Difference ia favor ef Ohio, ; $42,01 6, m I KJ estate of Ohio, inclad'g towns 326,793,7:t0 f " Keatacky, u 1 445,8804 I Differeae la favor of Ohio, $170,913,116 1 P.. . . -r ui 1 ul. ci.. I .. .. . 1 mix I. 1 - I KOBlBcay, J,il,:o- Uiffrence in favor of Ohio I Total realtv of Ohio, value. 4356.79" .730 I Total realty aad persoaalty af Ky. 24,716,1 3 I Excea of the realty of Ohio or th rel7 nd personalty of Ky. $7,547 1 Theae facte are full of eigaificaae. Let them I M we" considered by every fcentackian I Keatacky hmb yaara olde tkaa Oai. aad hoat the saina area. She ia famed for her Uue grass pasture, aad hr prodactiv soil. indeed, sbe natters herself that she 1 the verv gordeu ef the Union. Aad yet, the aua. f Ohie,eulUvsUd by her free-bora sons, is worth mora Uiaa double that of Keatacky. Ab4 what will be still more surprising to meet persons, is the fact, that the real estate of Ohio, exclusive ef her tow as, is worth considerably more lhaa Ity of Kentucky her whole pepu luerethaa $-X A word a two move will throw light en Uiia bjeet. - Total value of slsves af Kealarkr, $-VM IVi-a " tJbio, 00.000.000 Difference ia favor of Kentackr. f, 115 Keiitackians, thick of tkee uuug, ana having theaght, act with pradenc anU wie- Exclaaiv of Slave. Xa lives wsre lost by tbe accident ef tbe en. gin falling through IhePaaaajc betweea Balti more and Philadelphia. The car kerame an- coupled fvvtuaateiy. Th Accident was the re- salt of careleasaeaw. It U said theri a ecr.t treaty between Loa I "" w I monarchy ia France. It will remain aecrot, or if acted apoa wiU hnlp to put King la Louis' condition. NavigaUon npoa Lake Erie has been resmed Mr. WcssTta has beea called ta Bostoa by the extreme illness of hi daarhter. Meetings af sympathy for France, are Viog held in New York, Philadelphia, Ac. a . . I Tuo. Conwii is speaking, as he know how I to sneak, to the people of Connecticut. I Snagged steamer Cora aa th .Missouri I aU, St, Louis Belle. It is said over six hundred hou ill U built in Chicago this Spring. CONGRESS. Taiasoav, March 23. SENATE. T.ie Vice PriJtit. at 12 o'clock, called Uie Seuate to order. A mewaire wa received from the lI.Mt-e, by their clerk, informing the Senate t rat tbey had aiir.nl A.1 a resolution, defining what evuience I A Ka tahiniraul av w att vffl r hi sxaaa-eil fa rSaTall bbW I v liiriiis. Mi. Athertun moved to take up the Loan Bill, which was a?ieed to. Mr. Vt e Inter addrtaiM-d Uie txnate on thi-tui k-ct. in hia moot carnel and snec.ivc in annex. 3U. Ilannegan has Uie floot on rrns question I 'vt to-mono. On motion, the Senate then went into fcxecu. - I aeseion, and finally adjoumi-d. HOl'SK. . I . . . .lU.tuM was rfcfao.ed.to tiav tn the widow of Mr.Homlck. iVccaaetr. certain I srrearajrci, due hun. f mVim rJ Mt H.dlv the KtBYwe resolved I Itlf .atn ComntiUew of the Whole, on tha"De - ficnenc Bill:" Mr. Vintoo in Uie chair. Seve - I ral memben adlred the Committee in sue wl. u . . I . mu., .Ii. cession, ine .oniiiiiucr iudc, ai.i cUbSIOn. anl rrponea SWnurv anwralBlwis.auwa I were concurred in, and ordered to be engrossed. The lloute then, on motton, adjourned. Fstoav. March 24. SFNATt ,. n,n,, fco- .v. SenaU was called ha or- I j.. k .L. Vmmil Prayer by Uie Bev. Mr. Slicer. Mr Miller, frmn the Committee On lrtticl af CoNmtna, reported a nui to tatM u cm rnai- tet of Waahington. ... ., ., aepreeeniaiKr, i"m8 , 7 amendnseata, m. itk.Hn.. iht ih Senate concur m aald an.eu.lri mi I. which motion prevailed, and I . jnhnann alJuisiaaa moved lo Uke op ihe I Jw,nwl1' n bill relating to Uie granting, a peoHionta fauick 1 . . 11 1 r i. I . . ih.m i.rr., nan. 11 UIM UM twnil JUinrj, i.i Mr. ..p..r... , 1 - m sions man - air. Kevevov Joonaon bovovsh-u uir M5 .. Ul hill and eipiainea tnat Ulis was an aary case, as the persona nau ioai win mm anua snd were unable to eat without aid, aad that they ,a nhlired to emolov servants to teed them. Messrs. Hanneran sod Hwlpn apoke briefly iu aiinnf.rl nfthebiiL ' -"rr"." . . ... 1 1 1 be bill was then reaj a tnira nine ami pni-aru by yeas X, aay . On motion, ine .-enaie procerw-u " . ... . 1 - 1 . l . a w : as in lommiltee 01 tne mir, inn umm Mr. AUierton remarked thai be wta opposed 10 .l- :.k.i,..l..f IK h.J alit Oiev had rn-enonie I - -- i rM.piL MrNilenorTe.ed . amendment totheh,"d re- ,L.a . aav..haaaa-hlai tslhaaallal at fa la la Ita-M Ifla 1" , cfl t-VT-.:. in, -nation af Mr. Ilaanecaa. the further coa- J ideratioa of the bill was pontpoaed, in order Uiai Uie Senate might go m I :. ... .rr.1 u. ua. 'uvrwa - n-' r " a I The Seaate, alter Executive es.-un, adjonraed I over until Muuday HOl'SK I " . - . T ...... TI U;la-U.S tU taHVH I ,. Ika I laltntdb 1 r HasT 1 1 1 al 1 1 tTad PVI harw v. f lar order of inwiam i w- I a V. . -a..;, a - Privsta CaUe-der; Mr. tj.a J l ha.r. W - rams ; bum "n,'w,B, mZZ ta- .J3-T.i ' I taouae auniH.am. . toaoai, w I .rv .tv . I - c ..... in Uie Senate, Mr. Sile addressed the Senate on the Loan bill, and examined the subject w.ia muca - vu ultm oa the hill fnn Hnua7and wnel .Ta annded. and ordered U, be sent k.,h t th. H.,n for their eon. nrreaee. 1 . . a House, Mr. H entwortJh moea to into usnmiiw w u,. " -3 I to. Mr. Kine. of Georgia, in UM cnair. - ft XeTntoriBi R.U was taken np. i - . . . a : - 1 -nr TV"" . . ..1. ;.. .i.lu.. ta . mot Pior o aa regarus us iviaa. - - I nnu. "" . , ..iA,m' ' LouisviUl; . uie 1 Mr. smart, u Jiaioe, axiowini, n. u-.v to I monuw 0t Uua Qutd.a)a. .1 .... ;. - - 1 - - When, on BM4.0U, the Commit tea soea and proceeded with the reirolar order of buaiueaa. The Speaker tailed on the vahoua conunUtem for reporU. Sulry bUN were reported. whicfc were wad twice and uftne-l to Uie Coaintittew of Um Whole. When, on morion, the Hottae adrmrned. Ti-amav, March. SE5ATE. At Uie usual hour the Senate waa called to order. Numerous petitions were present rL Mr. Davw, fiuui Use Committee on Military Affairs, reported a bill to establish a Military In valid Asylum. Mr. Tumev aubmiued a renolub'.w inatracriax Uie eonuuiUee eu the Judiciary, lo inquire kilo u:a expediency of pamiug a law for the sai-, and cor rect publication of the doenmesus. of the secret aeKMa of the Seuate carried. Such reaohuion, pTevionsry introtTttred. eal!in oa the fresident for uitonnatioa relativa to allow in Cadet lo carry fire arm, were adopted, Mr. '- movd to tax ap Uw bill relative ta Uie California iUuhm, which was screed to. Mx. Caaa spoke bttefly ia sappon of the bul On motion the Senate laid amde Uie imthev enn udeiatioa of Uua subject, ia order U take ap the Loan till. ilr. Phelps addressed the Senata at soma length. It.e bill waa tnea read a third Lute, aad passed by Tea 34, aaya Z Mr. Allen gave notice, that oa to-arorrow k would ask leave to introduce a joint resolution, eeocTatulatuic France upon Uie etailiuneat of a BepiiMieaa form of Government. .nr. Cameron oOjected ta the ntotton. Several Senators participated in Uie incidental aiacassioa which prang up. COMMERCIAL. BE 4.RKS. &BC Uw dale ef our last weeklr rentw a bm uaiS at aiiai is a a a Wascfd an ttt asa. cral atarket- aa ia reard bt sncs w aave but bale !! Bw ssfepatt. hi Maia arnciM. sweb as Bata Rope. Baggiag. Cutlua. Pork. Lard. Whisky. Floui. Ac. MatsMrbt a qiii soMMrtsvaa ckaas. sad run ar bow much toe auas tacaewuted. Tobacco, w be aa tawanlf araclsta aanclvri any da cided unprovsmeat. tales of wbacb fcw a day or two paw aaMtenalaiiva. previoaa woe, iu an d cniituMM. Tbe tarapiaw sy tb Cakdoais snU doubt ana bav as rfct Cottnw aad BVebaA. kul as yet, Botbtng bj beca duie with a to uklat-ai tbe pre. cnteia). Theotoarr asarket coaua .' wua 5x tle or bo alteratiua ia tle isles of El. kuiee. aud but uttjr difneulry ai vpT?M(d m argatisUBe; bub am rb Et at a fair rata. Th westner ba been t iwt lafavorable 6f several days, bjl looay th ua du aneM iu lira, aad tb aUnospbere and skies overhead bear vry rearndaamc to a eewau vprme dav Th nver at ha ta boating order, witb atrfllc! water ut the taiis far the large tlaas vteanvfr tu a over biU tmgtttd. uaaiut Jifflcully. Freight ai. aowever. ware aihl lower tkaa at tb dale uf mar sL TOB Af't'O Tfce aurkcttur Uu aUpl km kra car- actrrned by iiarraal auunabai Uaruughubt tb H( and pnees have .tvac4 mt Um Jala om last, verv awtrnaUy. Sk at bote wrehousea auKiuut lo 14o aad. Um partatulareel wbica tei Brim: Males at th Ptaatai' wsrvbawa uf 44 hnih, a kkws; 7 hhd fnua $1 a in S k 7 hhtta do. 1nmt (3 k I iiii, - r . w u-aoo, iora i fAtoa?;3bkdd,fruai9iioluC. Iha.tst7. and on v fen HBofncainns irl, -U (. T rs- veiars were sow sutd. I bad "sccarkh," ti ii; abd t bad "flrMl.- st 7 prr p Bm. JltToitifs warbw til had went ui durrug OV ee, a luUow: f hraHhir.l;" frou 9ito3 96, 1 kb.hi da, from l M tu 3 ii; 9 kkts Koadii." rra J.I lou3 33aa.Isdo, from f I lo o; 3 ttJfira.' at fcl V, aud t 95; 25 Idulsdomm fA h . ( and do. from ;! 15 to t fit; al three hiwt evira tn at 7 3U. t M and 10 prr 1K S. Oa T'vadav, Wlrrtyiibc arc.mat Irnn V York rcaorted tha. toarket br w.tb mix drataud u ipate- UUkw. Thn tntclbjFK inuoediau.i haat tUeffettt ewianr rates heia. and itnce, the aiarbrt kaitwea laBu. in oauef Mtniederr nt excitement. Boyt coaae u fi, u,i uve the 6rr ipulinea at aa adva.. of rrorn I i toS per !' n. HAUOJMO tsn RJPE- Ten littU ka beea Jon im I rnbrr uw snkieadunBg ta week. ai th market liaa iaacae at pesviaaw unliian. i mwotm Da;. &ng at lJal3c; and kebt vales ot R. pe froiu ( lo e,ac. cording to terms and quality. BE IS-. We ooote Oe uf Wluie at ( i '( iiu per ham! Iroa stor. aa.1 evlT- vet BiihH fr.Mii mimosa. BROOMS. KeUilatie .rf t Sicker at aad .UU. otoa front 1 to ft S4 per dosea. HFKSVAXSlr of eimd from wafooa at I19t rnerckaBtable kit, ia Sor are held at 2tl. pel tb. t'tlTTO.'S ?i COTTO'V Y Tha atwhel is very oniet (or I otToc, aad but little ba heea done ia this artKle dunnt; Ihe week. W' hrar u( 0r amooniMie h, hetweea two and three hundred hle. (air to mod Ala. aad dia.,at fr , which arath rulia roes to ail take nalroes. Sale ot Cotton Tim ia lota at aad ,. per dozen, kt tbe dilTi rrut Bumhm. t'ORUAliR Mo c han,T from Ud week' quotaUoiaa. CO.I L. The svplr 7od. and a sal ot at.iWo hushi waa made veWerday at ; rela: air w .plot t KaI3c. per bushel, lUuvered. CANDLES Bet S,rm w ,unte at 36a36c; Mwid S alot; Star Cads:roui the factory at 2 per lb. CUTTU BATTlMti 5 (haare. al w qoot as prvantaiv say I2i.c. CHEESE Tl Slwk ml (osd ta khl,aiMl we ajodSa amsH ot W. R. at 7T, rrtad wles at -attic per ft; inl- itor n t Itu Sir Sr. and soau even hw leaa. C.i TT L. Boh-hr n are bow paying lor Beeves ef las bast deatrtpuoa, 3f4c ; Ceanuioo, 2a3c . anep r!i from St A to 1 - per bead, accotdtog ta auality Lamh al $1 t aU. Oalvea aar vl. ftorn (3to f leaca. imiiamiraifutx. I DRi GOODM. Qnti aa acnv huai 1 a, th. bn dons paat mt. snd lwc sale af I rmumhat fuoiU luv hraa aia.1 at favoraiMe ternu. I The stotks arc toil and compact. aoot Cahn A. I andoOwr nrt biaadsof browa Cottoiu. atT1;. .tUeidie- lay Da., fnrbraBdsStaTfti a c PTVastte, m- than ! lne; ather hnoJt -jb Utc , Bim VnZnt 1 Sa:: Mcadd Goods trass f mhK l FRnTS. W aoot sales otDned Peaches, at; t X 1 aa, per bmhcL .ippie, x J o per bm. rnM - 1 Ptachea. rut per auaaet. .wa aanas. w I . h.. M . i . C 1, 1 an mm . farraaai. Ps.la p-. - nc. 1 l . aw. s- av. Aiaanawa. isai-a. 1 1 per v saUy Orange. 3 aox Lemoos, a a par hua. rK.tTHEKS.-Sales from waf.as, at VwW: live Gees Feather ia mood aaypamj aeav. a3bc par !h. FLOl'R a GRAM. There slavery beat vtota at Fka bsm Uas BBarket, aad Iea hav aavaBLcd a ahJ save out last weekly report. v aow oa hraaaM. at ft 'TOfrl Ti; aad by rataB friMa Man, at f4 i"6 r kk. Vtu, hwhaat Fkuir srlbatll Sua JTaPelbaiof Wheat was deimnd.and sales of food and prnaw I luta rouid bv nud to th anils, al Hum. prr huih L Saiaa I . . . ..... ., w a..ii. I . . . I ana T.a.i net Bannei. a." I would raw.mand 4raK par haMt a Minng. FlAXSEEIk Malea from waua at foo4 I mumi karram ai . - - - - ....a.. r . L. iiRin r iir. , iw ma.ar. - v tr iBMMVfirawama ia, mm w w ua w w w Y O Sum.froiu u w tic. Vv Bu . .l roat art a. Suuw,. Bar I jaUow. Km, a,aifx; retad rnlMat aajf pav - AGENTS FOR THE EXAMINER. C. II Baaauv. LexiarUa. keatacky. J. B. Rcbbcix. Gaxlt Ortwe, tiactaaati. O Wnira Sc Pvma. IS Stela strwet. Bo4oa. Euae Saim. I Naasaa street. New York- Joms). Scttwt.ar111.as S. E. cor. Arrh it Cih eta.. Philadelphia C. U. ak.4BaLKV. coLLCCroa asa ctita.L a..r, Lrxingtan. A'y. VT7 sttend sraatstry ta aay haamea. enwnBVnJ to B) w a.a WM. act as Aewt mt um rauaruaa. aa toawv, rnmae arewan, aw., ac. . Ased I, !!. f. BbHiAM iv st at at sm A VI. MAit rraxrr aiaa istu, torisvixxc, av URALEK IM ITALI A AU AMl.klCA. MARBLE WORK. ONl hfENTS. Tsaib Aiawa, rnraaare, fhiauy l V KM , a- Um ill BMeea, tc ac. Aaav CaaMa luaw. waaa timm am rtaatevof Twin whotewosaad rataaV I wai acll wnrh aa low. and ao M aa wail a aay aw ia ine Wm. I Kiiara front th raainlry rvataviaauy aaMcnaw. r.airaraa anma la lb swatsat ami at fraas tw as bm enas. set aw lav. drawuaf. an4 aatiaiai a ao a atraawv a srainilenalv. All Wore rm ttmrnm mw awn. atM taraSUly sackae ana wsranaM aaaa. htaxrh. . Jaa. ISAAC PUGU & CO .,a nmmmm Shraal P IlLIDILf HI Mannfartwrav and Insifltital Ppr Haag.ata and 5..rswbad,a.UW. an sanaelasMt ss aay ki Ihetny, in wa "7i American A French Paper HaPgicp. Vr o & Column Paier, tui go i j Frr O & Loiumn raer. 1 - . - JVindow Papers, Fir Board Pilnui, &e. Al mt w barb will hs ssid aw tb stoat easaBlkM '"" ffaulrrs" -. twnuy athanm are asnwa I" - eraii. -1 . a v Iv IlwA Dk aasea-a zv Su Baa. of.K - . svanHaaie aad ktii. saa- . 1 siMM r ta amamm T.jr7rem7M. IO - I , . IS.AAV. rtvai atvw. 1 r ts.ietr-tr