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f ft t. i "I ' t "prove all TniNcs;( hold fast tu4t wriicit is good." , 1 I OI.U31E II LOUISVILLE, KY.: SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1848. WHOLE NUMBER 53. I I XI 1 ... ,. 1 I I I X V . T 7 T f T T T r '7v . v VA h v ra rr r""M M ' X A 7i I- " u ' ti ; M AY A V : U lYi a a. w i i i xv w i I I 1 1 t V , ; --.' i ; " i a-iiF. EXAMINEK; . - ..riN.. a.ileoor - ..wa. ' la tn ro LLU3 PEI AKKU". I" ADVANCE. SEYMOUR, i PAUL COMMUNICATION LHt r . "u tUna aecar the confidence of JLfaJT Th. wcfty of Friend. L.t. mala- L prel.d from .11 .lav- Inland el- of men enjoy in a higher lit! th. e-fi cf U,eir fc"0-11 J. for the .W nnother f th., Zli- allhoneatyof pnrpo carried Uieirprla with th. -ppU-a them firmly, end LuU.fly U y place of their .xl.tenc. fMul not the methodUt church, pur-alaf , th l,o of policy. h mioUiDeJ her bold ,.. th. pubWe mind, .nd Kone o. from torn c.rinf Ml o.qatT Lter.ity h)o. w.ll LnWB.ir.u th. wilom or folly of th pmcti ,! pcnon .h TolnnUrily n-amod, whe .h. onnted t. Uimk. whrt hl mumnwc mtlri truth. iBotder U enjoy fnllw uJeftf prwrrity nnd ...lUply th. numbor of h,r ..'brrnu. U lutfvet light othen ny it lean butrfird a couihiui w aufartuuste iuWinlry,, which h beii i.hai fraitful ores vf roi.li- .ua c vP Li u . , tin b! .uiK Tb. pU of dnty i. a ulin .., r f'' .Hi . ...j L" l,kt" tbat of dwobwiieao U ad in , urm.u.W. Ubynnth in viich n,- Filer, terkinf .t wiUmul it, aad la thei ef-. fortt to jntify UiMehr.ad t rep iUey j iacrauc thd.rkneM thtf liroud. nntf lft-J ij that .urronnd thro fV Kfy A .mill number of Hreaia- cane lYiT;ina wr illnrtJ tarrt the wetioit oTftii CharcH,1 mi, for !! practical pupo, xit toon becanif reneral, n4 it waa iuyx- . , , . j.La b;e uenforce tti r.W oa tfcarewl.j of atavery, . bera.ae of the amber,TrTeTnTaircea, an rn fliifaee ef lavekoldern a h'oTiaa bVchrfia inem-1 bert. aad now, cca.iyuUy.,aT'a. la 4rf 4opa! thow, who, Lk Jbe awa .Mai,-lftTi) Wad; FmKHii draw out the Ark Vf trie T3friaBf f Go2" iuto tha Cold ofVaUle, and aadaciaaa-j !y, aot t ay profanely, ier il p Jtb't Vft-. port of .larery a if tha Talaar vf IHikIir-1 p,rttioa rai. I. re mgrw Vie e, fitf'ff'rfW,'. tf etrutr'itlf arifiia i yillSiif; Jut fpnn., UmttitU,'d arjv whJJe, to' thauit aaa,it ia fall 4"Maaay aadfn rat tad precious proarine.' Huf dch Sprial p'.raorn ar. n-Uom aeen and w na, C&ey ara. r fiad but litt.e favor ia th eye of.hpeopV-. who feel a deep aad iaeipreaaibie coataoipt 'fr Mch aUrmpU to proalitale- tb ward of Jo aid nuke it ruUervient o )iUjina avaiqa ind ambi aio.. I b.y. aUjalt WIAW i iota fcrwaiD to th point sntaaded i b paOvad ia njavoad comma iricatioa akamina; itkitar" U intenperM aucb th.uht. afUbaaaaieac a tifir M;;estiDby aaotlia4kaa,toc trv them for a eparataartackm?-Aa4 my pU ject Wiuj to awaken hm altemttoa'to.tkatavb jKt anoar tlie Methodists aaX aot ta aaacara repautiaa a. a writer, I kava-hat kit)i atsfrd fr y(em and ahaU be aatiaaqd,. witkawuy regpin( of facta, arnvaota, aattTefleuaa' that .hall keep the anbiect of 'ah-trT aoaatkna. ly ia view. , , -s. , . , v laf let out to prove tbt,ififijtjc4iilc had aever withdraw . her ,AtattnQPrr?til iawr, u a great ttiL' ,la tha XwavUIa4 vethoi, lMi,at which w foimUydaoivW ar ceDaeiioa with th .M.tbfdtfii tpiacoiaf Chirch aade.tahlihada Siactcaariafr-" ul r;.1M( .a"thorh .fetxri"W-x tk ap' pU af diacer-d, tb aola frad of qaarrelWttlr w. N.rth, the opinioa waa af ajavaad acaiatai rd, tilt fir Sa.ti w BtTUttU, utmAti a4 ibUvtJU duetfUn aad a thjt final acj not of tU convanUon,.Uf 'Aacjplirafea adopted with ail Ua ti-tlwrf .fendcaciaJ- At tb.reter.burt General Bfac 1M8, u effort as made, no( U(parr the rhUbaiTbal he V jWeonfinuaHy to nuie the Provisional U add an uplaaatorv W ahathapaer B lery-4 lota U er or a'li'aa BJaAAit ' igrftilt it ttrUi UMuia, batilbaVl " "cceWul-U. Cn(rtMU raaa! ewcriy r toftmif W ior a4ic a.nW rarf-y .ad membtr Ou ckurck U.Utofrr ""'-""" ry, TavlaverjnayihaV "n,and abatever may aow Woar acaatualr ' u. bavH cacided to. throarpt y. ar can ever it a teil. I atiBJotafeat ttf ffer u yor repuutioa fog eandMid taar M- "i th iBM,it mhkh WOild ,impliti j,, "pUa, that pojaiUy, ,p hrl adajHe4 thla a it boat ejianiinauoa, orf tkaC with 7 "7 aaawiedt of it uchinj. yo adapted tb ame ajeatal rev.Uoa. ITaataekUn. not acca.too.ed U act a part ao diainfnja -i tke iatw impliea-ihough, from a Brj ar r,sa ,mPtu),Hy of feeiinfrtwy MDf- rl at tU 44 -.iwvwooco, larapotim- Ui Am I T rl.; , It WiU.-ranulra anartal A Mu n U convince thai 1 JKtenl Lo. from a. coavicMa. thai it eai Tr yoaratWanrf nraclain. tVaJ Z tlV i.-.."'wWMIH-Mt toewter - Ghi RatfeuYol trathV er ci hfm ar MTT-r,- na rre-,at f ' . .. 1. New br Ike Nlamam. IreluA. Tb Uuitetl Irishman of May OU, roulalus a long lett-rrTMiti hel.froifl New rale Priaun. "To Hie I'roifsiant Farmer and Laloren of the Mosl of Irtliuid, in which he tetiew ti tat uatcuurt and rx promts hi detenuination to ftiiht're to iL He t nnaMtialty fieree in hm dcnnuouiUon of nIlri tiKh uovarnmeiit, and conclude, thua, in the Unmgest atylc of the f hvaical Force party: ! "Forme, I abide my lute jovfully, for I know that whatever betide me, my work ist nearly dine. ea; Moral r orca, and, "faUebce and feTitrti nre. " are acatU'red to tlie wild wind of Heareii. Th tnosic my conr trrmen now love bobt to hyir, ia the. rattle of arm and the rine ot the rifle.i A I en here, and write in my lonely cell, 1 he;, dr ingawsy, the meircd tramp of ten thoiaand m.irchiujc men my gallant Confederates, ueanned and a i lent, but with heart like bended bow. a ait- uig till tAt time cornea. They Lave marchi-d past my winoows to let me know there are ten tliou and fighting men ia Dublin "felorta'r ia kenrl and aoul. . ( , I "I thojik Cod for it- The rame is a-foot. MJasL The litierty of Ireland may come sooner of oome later, by peaceful DffotiaUon or bloody oooflnit but it U ivrc; and wherever between tha io! I niHV elianre to !e, I, will hear the trash of the downfall of the thrice-accured "British Fjnpka." FRAM'li. ' " ' .The FlMale la tha Xad.aal A Meat My. ftteLih tanem vi ra.tivff9 hv 1)1 ITa ioil Sutetkrooplit u lha procelitii in tFie .N'llitnal AMeinlily up to 4 o'clock 01 tu afternoon of lh lSih, at vhich time M. liutuei, th PreideuL withdrew. We now five an account of the rArtjua acme which fullowed: Kar!e. now addiemed the crowd, and f aid that the people had manifeatly merited wel! their country whoever should oiler the rapxJ to be heaten, should be declared a traitor to hi country. (Thnndent of applause greeted the apeaker.) ' Ail tnu lime the rreMidetit (wrio had mails but a abort aUy oiUaide) waa from lime to timn ring- imr hi uieniornt hell. 1 K llubeft, -ho had been a political prisoner in the lime of the funnel Government, here cried. Ci! ir.ens, 1 pnx laiin, in the name of the sovereign bentlo of Fiance, tht the National Aeeulilv ia liN.ireft tU'hat shoaling nrone here il ii ne- 4 aUnanpt U deCTjt.) llio eetrade where the FrewWeni'a chair wa placed, thelribiiue where ibe oratora poke from, the heuchea' where; the lUpreseiajoitea were, were all covered with meu in 11oub in their ahirt-cleeves in the 4iort feetof Che workman. Flag werewaving.-nien tie uoitifig paper oa the fbvl of a pol b)re the words. "J rancais aeeoma la l'ologne!' j All wua sceAetof snch confu.iou that ar first tietnre waxildcatot thing; il waa an iue-iu leuble ni vta of he people and their attributea. . Tae lU'jveMi taiiven had gone; the tteata op;xite, whcr;he pti bfift liflcf l h seated, in gay attire at the begin ning of tho aitting, were now be hi by tha B:en of ihe people. The Assembly broke 1 p. The crowd not . Ureal of reraaiAiag -in au Miaaeaaytamed a i . i ' . ll . mT a ' 1 1 ' I w l.iuuiitia.l i. mimlMkM TTie chanl "du depart was fcunji by oq of pi' - crtitf "Anxtrmefi! atat amvea!' 'ar lamoo'! Mlhaia. Wootea Hfted Jaut liacHf ihe j ruen; llif Delegate had all disapj.earei Ibea- tkmnl Ciafif iit the greatest aghntk'ii,:vrere try jig ixit inai vy oaa oeen aetra; tj ixia. i.i:iU-ui. riie . fira aad. aeoond Ugjoua weicaiierwurd met advancing to the Nitional ral.ice in gri'at iudifMdion, and crying, MVive 1'Aa.emMee Tt'a 114 " . . . , , t - Tbgwite4 fritr.dir,pteTanpd in tRe wtiveta, eiery ou'e tfyuv ta Iterh what kad tikeu place, ' Xt Daa'a Mavlheeyetung of the Chamber, mi lb' Jtith ihkL, 1. totnaWT., the iT-emdcnt, hnving renigped thr wtiaj to aj.i'vrtx'aVony'DCtU Freaiileats, proceeded to offer to the Chaml'M etpiiuiation for nt8oftda't on theoecaxion of the' invasion of the Qiarabrl.krika popalac the dny previona L Bncher aaiiLliial beui prwd J4 beiejtd by Ihtstenln. letter CfHiUmiiig rarloua menacei a gaiaat yia AMjri(j',-a"it)(e'iJH,lot twining he raj'rl, he Cionght liriht ,t pva otdera Ui pend iL; ' At the wrr?j kVent rrmnrmra lirok putfrtuai pnrt4f tha kaaetably.' Btirkec appealed f'eonearttaiifl aiaininrrW oUrx u- ', KVbi'tbit be feared lor" die Irveaoftheiriein kt. iBationerin noM V.iaiw tkati StAl". TnTatal i BucoAfcaliteiaa-lo meltaHhe eondttof yaut r'Tesident iaiut wowJir cjfyviis. . , ; ... I After, altercation ofthj kmd. IL Cutbcz tii aw,'iwva.e)wt retnrnfjjg; to the chair. ' -' " J : rBat,-.PsgH- aeaarffd: Va"- Assembly tit the dayst ctleclmJ jueaaneas we4ken,U) aietra flie safetv bf the Asettihlyiil. of t ie public. Slid aiiinrat'd heii snpig taken. lie added that .H.,Va4nfeti aefectfcaL Police,, had snt. tet leen diini'ed,ad Uuvthi was slxnl UKoffcr i x alinatiens to flie Ai-eVnblvon tbe 'HuMecl of the aaatainftnpatetothese-yawiTday. Seteiral I vmbviraiipoke paavi'iiea WaUie rrel.rcietl roirre ana ie .ruaum.au ftuiuuiu w uwiu 1 1 iM. CaA.eJ.re-soaiter;areentL.liisaslf ta-j ofier.cxpjtiuauua -.to the .lAsseraijly. .Twq liotir I trrtva A All jfNvnail if Vl ill U riOllal it llafMal Wit) CI rillttfl I limAid tW-kpawetseUefi. aith end of wlnoh he j.- - . . 1 ... I reinea Btrcomce. . .j ar--. . i When N.L Ckussidiere nesanlaiL hiir:lf hi Uiei.o" ttrbtr. iirufharrprtseasetpred,ina.'.raat h aw report kad caaaiated that a had vhut het.ftf I r.. . - , .... .... ... 3 ernifteot at deCanoe. Respecting tbU the follow- i ,Ji.i-t;,, 4AiM.Vt ui? man'oftba ti ioaaliiuejilaraitrQiipa, of-thei iiae bad sane, tad siirrqyud ht. Perfe lure i'olk-e. i IL- Cieia'bit Thoifias, (Icneral-in-chief of the NationsJ Guajd, havhtg prvsAiUtd himself to sormiionM M.' Caufpi- lure t oiice. - i Luem'nii l 4raewfrTirat pereaa anewered (hat he would not runeejoeC eajciaaia ieTaitaeuis- faeataiwi L lib ia ooKaequeulhr inr.ted him o repawn to th Aaaembiv.to' wntaa lie aonaeaiaa The expliauougiroJ.)l. QutMnidierepoaseaH tinnri.culir iniereat broad Uie-circunuilai t present TOtrfotryY participator! la Uie- wrongs hh wltieirrhef T7roach hirrf. M. iVrritenx havirg roriee!1tlii duty to ctve' erplarmtkms, L Canaaiiiara haeaaia more violent' and rn a omwf hrsaada cried out that it had oeert hi antentioa lo narar n hi attfiraiiL a fraternal manner. .a the a inTPTTlTT fl.l. LilE raft U U v c Win isiiv-ivu. auw 'w Unreour; 4 since k no loaget had tiaif cpohdanca b would resign. v. i jhtt t Amonjr. the propositions bronglil forwstn in "i irhiMr at fiis sittinc. was or ebMJlliUault, incerdfctjluider bevere penakiKlUBinuJui-6ifi1eet)agr(-TTrai)ejnn?i.' vrjrqui 1,I0 mclrfs of tiMrCfetrrnher. - Il w. mkte to tie rcferret to it ainmmitteerja JniSttav " ' I .la-tKn eoorse ai-lk naaeteediar oa the 17th inst. the PreaidrfliW the Wruarin which M. Catas- ai era had rtrtiM reaignafeoa.. , t-. ..i ..! M. SftinriiJ tended M.-Caasltliei.. !"Thc-.A .1 -".C.M Via ttf.Iiiu aneiitiiia tkia realenh- t, aouid examine theieul iao.ivw.)p.it, wurl, p tfij opui ion, were nothing hiof Uiv a JuhI e) ivni of ansrentibnitv. Which Is beCUinf a Uil it ber of thla Assembly who has twen rial led 'ou. ft r kia MaiifraHttian.'1 'After Some ' Vain ffttt'TiPtJ to eonttnceJ fbt oefenee, tae resign-itiuri or n. vsuii- sidie&a waa aoeeptea.- " j - ' ,1 ,. Iria (twtknvoi tha validjtyet'Qif Iet(onti r Cqraie b5i bTonxhtforwardit wat decalad that ihe, nn-ericuoa lejiatmr srauisr- ut awnspsrie Cmffv ahnuld aot nreivaaLLJiarreandiSPiilt)- on'Rona'parte from UkiiigJieir seats- .' , ;( ' M. I-raU EuiO IwiDe aiio retiiwe.t.Urr CorHica. Tfla pyeflon was annuUetl, ill "corweijuence of Jn f,,i jrre M flu. ndmmina m. l:-tcti:ners Into Uie hinii 4eJlioa SL Lotti lilanc nniiuitA! the ti-.; a,ud BWiemr''rrfrt'"n"'- werrliwes- fA to.wth4hai moalrcliilli;i(reooH)Mil 1 " JTut-;.Vsaaoby therauvaMeMaaato'i rwiBcuii covejnrttwlor-prepatian-uia project m aa .h tuaion. a , ' a a . -.; s Tbej rainaarytf , Oaeirtfcraaa thXvrwSail S ,. .aeail.-J C : Tia cwpicr-4wf'd ,r 'wrM(,n9 ?ottiiarthieaWOt U binciir ia V. 1 ....... i ..f Tni.i.hi.kMa aiit'.al'v HetVinl. f 1h rniiLfT natt'uMi of th aaetcjaed liaTiAnslelS oi Tie iusinii)OveniiU aif. i-iVf'"lUi haadSfj lh iiiir.otTJf i oi' ciiici-to i4 (sMidilion' wlkf vrS Pi3n r d.fiiiil 1C t3iou""lif n.? fiirihet,Jiuritt ,J I aLftbiKlanc, Loircyef, Hi ill at iiMPJ t pf 1 Jkaail raacfofikgtroihivS-irr' tPtltina; ralJvwij iollapitii' rjwmg tne ye hqua hewsa-ata4ii rmil tatr nai Aasnirt on.. JdcB-ley, . VLa troBifest icSnl rrave 1UM ated'iai'prea-'vc rroaa ,(aHthyienfti J'"jT i''.t! ITifHibeni H-wem;BS.UB.e tnf i !egj';e''.6T-thl tr.otp 4-aa liawiri liatiSlaiii, Qnfiila m T--y ven!- rti.aiu.iTtiaa."ii.s yet4arHyli' Ih-v-s " 1 1 u a Uj.n-.iU -'!. t. ;U 4 teMB -y-K.-r.SlCvi, .it tha:. -li " l I i4we aral tin tiiita ' " I i ' 7. I aSBBKiaiaa jeitarn re r i . i. . ?i- ) Miaj(iaihatKt40y"iWai.i!iaj: y gov err menv : . cj jrt J -v j .Vtr?ha ffoW -;vioi:: lr-!. ei' n room which Kobevpierre end hu awociatea Her cixed their functior. a directors, when th K UutiaJ uuard entered Ui builUuig trom the rear, hicfi had been lefllotnlly unguarded, eived lipon Uie pundo goverunient, and after a txugglpt in which iL liarbes, ia particular, ran aoruerusk, carried thein off prirtoiier. Citizen Sberr, in Ihe interim, repaired lo the Miuisiur of the Interior, with liia Mountaguar?x. H' deninuded adinittsnoa, and the transfer of xhe M nietry to liim, and the military voxta to his faithful folWwera. lit was adiniid only to be arreated: liin kundred parti aaua were diaarnied, Htripped even to their actuXfel cravats, and turned ailnl l. . . -t , . . 1 Afu.r the Chamber of DepuUcaand the llot.l de Ville had been purged of theitaew occupants, and fter the arrext of neveral parties connected with trie at-.empted revolution, uo hail in the firnt in stance escaped, all Pari presented masses of Ka tioaal Guards, moving in columns of thousands to lh prominent point of the c ityi the peonla and the Mtmtea, th bxt dreaaod ladies, cheering thi r. jtituenLi Hot a. chair waa no:oupied, nor waa tiiert -c.Bjcely poe&ibil.ty of mov ing in the Doulevtrds, Lroin the crowd, of well dres-l p,:iple of both seits, of workmen mixed up with them discus sin; in groups what had taken pUce, and in lond condemnation of the disTurbsncea. This feelingJ wan almost nmversi:!. Jf ere aad tliere a fanatic criiKl, "Vive la Barbe."- bnt waa immediately surrounded and aarrind- oflT to prison. Such was the conduct ot the people throughout that import ant tv.miug. Lty inidnigbttU vu quiet. . in U course o . th,i mgliK a,.r,naia f Carai- keerx, and the student oi tho mtiitary school of Su Cyi, arrived in Parut.aud aeveial reg'uneuta of the Ln trom other qunrters marched in. The stu dents of the Polytechnic school turned out at the brut report of the insurrection, aad placed thenv .elie at the disposal of th executive govern ment. When M. Lamartin and M. Ledru Kollin went to tlie Hotel d Vitle, on ths loth, the latter, hav ing advanced it few atep before M Lamartin e, a aa airented by th aexsoud in couunand at the Ho tel tie Villa. M. Ledru ICollia liavLnrstronKly orotebted aeainat this, the officer answered. "1 arrest you because your nuine i. in the pretended government that haa been p-oclaimed. M. Ledru Colli n then alighted fmrft. hi. horae, when he wan joined bf L Lamar- line, who said he would be answerable for his coL ltje. ... . I'iais. waa throurbout the nlctitof the 13thpreltv tmuiBil.Hi,UUU National Guards had paaaed the nihl uider arui or iu patroiiug, but ao mcideut that couid be characlerixed aa violent occurred ifiei night-fall.' ' L Sihrier seems to have been one of the prime movers of the tntute. In the leaich made on the ev-ninir of the 13th, at theoff.c of Cbnmii7 t f,trw, BuDiiMhed bv him, there were found wllmns- kU, most of which were loaded, a barrel of gun- powu?i and other munition of wai. Sme of the paper which were ixd are aad to be of great jupruace. o Icm than eighty-two arrests aero oiade in brier'aapartineuU. Que of the entout arrested had a paper in his band, which he Jim nt into his mouth aad tried to swallow, but be- .ng sored by the throat he ws oliliged to give 11 ip.nrtl It tarried to bei list rf aJiUd. L ptear that the rrrvernment a:ceTtained that 1 Jf invnaion of the AsteaiMy waa regular organ ixitd einpintCT. and that tha iaKUirartion wu in- i-uded to break out at Lyons, and probably at other pluces. A telegraphic despatch wis sent on to the ituihoiiUe at Lyous Ui iulonn lh in of their dan ger, arid lo aiuiuuna th aprreMin of the insur iea.;oiiat Paris. Thesoiicuude ard a:teution 011 TuesdiiY night, was the Prefecture ((' Police. The iwirliftc rtxxxj swa omp1etely bit eked np with t roc pa, ihn itjjnt Aeul was covered with regi-ini-uta (Thifantry of tlie line, and of the rnard aio- !)He, t a - barely leave room Lr a enrriag to p"K. At circtu.i'aon wta sto:ped on tie Passaged Ur- fevTes leaiTuiit to the Prefecture, that road beinr to entirely filled with troop, as m the court at hu prelecture and all lb avenues ot the ralaia. . , t Pretest of the Jt atUnit! G a area. ; Tlie (allowing protest, signed by n great number f N.itiounl UuariU, hit been published: "Cititen Jiepreuenuativea. -Hie persons and functions of the representatives of tlie people are taered, but there are solemn rircntntance nnder ivfjch, hi the name of order ami ttio puWie snfuty, imiiietlitla )Uktit ought U U. done. At tliis mo ment of danger. General Gaartait.as In i led in hi fcwry 6y hbandori'jrg the yaHonal Gisrd, which e tomr.imided, leaving il without direction, lie fwe a vrritten order to nllowr the factious men to enter. I'pon the proposition of Hubert, liarbes cried, 'TViwn with the Asenibly! th Assembly i dissolved? These are flagrant ounces. These loeu-auist be rexidiai! by the National Guard, t y trie -vauoual AiwjhMv, add by t rnnce. . e e'emand the expiilaiun of llarbea and Coarlais from i.Niwglhe rpresentatiri, and the dimisfal of t.vui-uvpa Meiieiui, biw uiai iui iiwy uhmijui to trial. Justice in the name ol rrnuce! I irni fes Hfp'tncntanlt: lire la IlrpuWiqutr' - ITALV. RalMahy. AreMat of th Battle ef Veroaa. The Minister of War 'at Vienna has published Hadotaly's despatch, daled M.vy 6 v" -form vOn that 1 was attacked this innnunr a lima tapCM-a 9 n ruw.k- in tst nnaitinn - -n j tbe.iiideau, beUira, Verona, aud especially on the Ifft wing at I.acia, while, at tlie same lune, a emy openc-o ' tlie engsgemeni with a neavy ftnnnn. t.ti. ui hi itirlbin if lAfiainW). t.m.. b'snea, and Qnevo, and made a feint of attacknig thetn.- Tliey directed all their force against 5u i-ncia, ,wn;t u was oeienoeo auiy ay tae weaa i- buc - "'uv. ,n.Eki.. tuny eight nours. i tie nngniie iougui wun tae coumce of lions. '"Never have 1 heard so well-sus tained a Ureas that rhich th enemy opened at this point. Only one short pans inlervea.d da- ruij; Hit eiigHgeir.ent, ui which lune tna enemy t- lackd M. .M:tK.Htmo, ana inaiie continnai demon- strriJ.ions against my center and rict t wing, contf lig 01 me origoucs vyuu, i.itiiu;uaueu itnu ma, but was forced lo retire. . . . I At last the brigade Sttisoldo was obliged to evacuate hL Ltici' after a ' renewed assault from:ii eneuiii 'it retired, however, : only faN shcrt distui'and I sent some', lescrve troiep io :.. .....id.jt. . '.! j jfc'i meantime ."iTptirtion of Die" brlrade Clahi hr" iiaslened to its support, and atepjt were lm inedinMly taken to ussauli and aaart-t- TbCi.remvofftTed araast aeleinlned-jesistancf: Th. troops foroettheiawT wltliin ahartjl-'aTide COUW OB- 1 now! raitw tawnoor wievyianaaie oauauuu Wciler Mid a battalion E IL SiirniuiuL. The ene- j. i .... vn.Li,'. r... J T ,.n.u i r is. Ill J U lA bVti lliiwrnij wuvi, va s a . it w .ar- aartka and f nalry evaenated St. Lucia, havin als re's r doUs whole iHie. , , ii. reueat uoni uiv.b ubu i.iiici.tuv peiaarffe of -4 flight, ss ninny militanr accoutr meats. ttrnnui. knapsaeka. 5tc.: were founaVther. I.Tie i!ngagraeai lasiav iwdi iii tan miuu ti!lopnUiraHrnoon. ; ' ; t . -t ?- . Battle aetweea the tieaiaaa aaa Aaatnajae. livalvicea received at Milan, we leans that hatiTefiad been fonrfit beta'een the Austrian and thtt Pontiaca tionmi and Italian voiunteera, d twtea Cornaia und MalmelXo. It Austrians teat iixlmpri l!lel and .51X3 oriaouers. and many woun- deii1 'Aebodyof their trfsips.' tfJ the number df bJLW tse, were WBTOunaen, wimoaii' aawmj any axtilieiy, at Conuisa and Molinstto aud ware pled between two ores DJ' uencrnis Amrauua mna Ferrari. Another account says that the. battle laefed ivw bonm, and ftiit the 'Eonian troops re-eertada.-chackJ jJJ ttW. ' - - -- Th Gazette dt lsiKoCdi flth inat, state ftiiif ths Crusadenrf)! Bussano having taken by su- T.riaaaHlvf Cioal. en'UroSi : in the village of Jexf.ro,, nM Arsia, mad A ?- aumbwt of there that U n. iHirand) defeated two columns of the" same bOdt.aB'JforciUl them to retreat frora Cot nil:.!, afcar. nidaiuLatere- kmae-1 Tha tnli!!a atiar. noaiuii,riaBere' Kiaaea.- in ncd population,- of ilrenaam ardealla devote the fiofy'caubel miifare well decided to beat lu aeaV."'.-1 w.aW-'- " ' tv " ' " ' "' I armed to the beaV. , ...l Waeeata. rraUlliarTTh-Heftrlowt. Thai MSa iter-vf ltetga Affhlrs or Tredrnont n bonuewM' thftCJioricr oiDeptttieiaani die I3th imst.rUi.acceiV40Tvot l'iceuv to-Ui !nrdinfa ddtaiirmosi ' Therprtrt iinil gorVrriBichtof Milan h ltd Pt't'freoi Uie, apui-irif legate as It oipfiiH th .mmtirtnteMriiUf votelof th plliulnlkm Psl- eti Hitlit siielat' Mu la-mnaiav to. rmiimon. Iliis Mita i st'ted "mrrfiv.j(iicrrc of an r-; .rttmw-(j5tet1Wt, mad by th s-a. -kf iter la. foltowea lr a de aiandi ip -4$ttaVU that th1tri;aa of Mett fti T, , W "P rnuirtin I.WIUVB, '' 4!nrvwtfi!euth-etiiwir .plpa-tio cori ''.catiOM fjendimj rf a 1 .ne:.l connagra rier it.fc.r'BcMry'4ff in 'xner. Wmr A t union wiUi ' J witr -asWe ;to collect an .e.I ' ! T 3'riProIiea.Saxeiged.ana atoviaeot wa mriuisflunaiii:niiniipDuiiiicuut u Kneii.iui.iivivi e . 7- I ujiasoi!c. w aa. .v.reataw. - . i-. TJT.ro.vTa 1ft nfi . . . .. . ...l J .1- . J IT . -. . t L-..l. 1 .1.. Jfl .L l.., . . I .-.I- k.. a dstaatinfl t 1 0.11 I l,'i t i u . a;.rw he jLiwicum. nut Riuswiaisoai-Bvana-vai Lnnon union: merewere stanrx-i vo un ui an wit i.'t. ' ' . g- vji , - ,w f W'AV&Ai? Wnkt.-,, i,,-v,.rd,.i,.i r)?the ueajt)ry of th United States, on the The sailor wkh a look of t astonishment Wf.i?JfX'; t,PlsJinaurr,eikb u Jm?i,78O,07li: t and ahama. bowd tq the, honest Quaker. ZJ'. Jt t-;xtm ti u, ; :BaUinmaifpv,7lM6&. , and reared. . a v, , .. : t. -v ,: : 3 ;r. .: - . . - .; rtf , '-- t vVrjriviinuptov'aagBiheGoverimveoLa ? . . ... - A r . .: - .. ' '. KW A Naw Socmen Bf-t . ' VeSft ite ,:; court has deoi txavela '.l h tT 3?iZ-t& e4 tUiiHA'St UiC'rflowias eV. man to thrpush .copper M2fiW:rtm uiihtr.!r " " - - ' - ' ' irtejiii'x' Lxwvef taii ciioon'ititiitional. cond. , 'iii..ii;'.' .-,-.-.. vt tr500-" r.in demanded that th Uungafitn'troops In Mo lavia and Gallic ia should b employed ia defence 01 iiu.'ir own country, v Un the oottrarr. the Wui office at Vienna have issaed ordeh for ten hatta- lioaa ot "ilorderers" to march to IsIt and Oalli- cia. This state of thing eauaoUit is aaaeried. coiiiiiiue, Hungary says in coneWndent, Is on the eve of a dreadful revolution. -'. lO.'JUO National Guards, stationed near th eapiuJ. wail but for the signalto strike. The Hungarian Sadlcals desire the independence ol Hungary flOia Jtlstria; they rely on their landed and moneyed aristocracy, Whom the Viennese policy contiaaes toufl'end. in the districts bordering on Galhcuthe peaa- muj ate coniiiuiuiijt me greaieatexceaienagaMlsl uie noDies, to lowuaioen and ui Jew&i lb im- een plundered and destroyed. The peistuit de-1 mand a division of property. ' Kumertus towna I sou counties in Hungary nav iorwardecaddreKses I to the Emperor, deelaring that ,tUey wJJ bear ao part of the national debt of Austria, and iemanding the recall of the Hungarian troop franr Italy. . , , Teeewrtaaa la Bohaada. ' The discord between the Stilavadiiiiana and Genu ana seems ta increase, an4 it a probable that the contending parties will resort to violence for the settlement of their quarrel t , The Kuinische Zetunr publish theollowlrlt- letter from Pragta on this aubject: '.The terror ism or the Czechs has begun- .Three hundred fanatics formed a Cores T 4xent h3 armed ai In the time f Zyska." lliey call lhirrsciTes Svw- itimilai corps are at Talior. Kenhaua. and in other places. ..... The whol amnber of those Zyika warrior is computed to amount lo '20.UUGL t Considerable esciteineoi Jiad been caused in Vienna by the aiiuouncemeul that I'ulackv. one of the chief leaders of the Sclavoaian oartv in Prague, was to be appointed Ministers of Public Instruction. In consequence of "he strong feeling manifested against it, the appointment was with drawn. The ministry had ordered the election in Bohe mia for the German Parliament, ta be proceeded wiu wiuioui ueiay. Kad af th laaarraetlaa la Paaea. Letters from Posen. of the 13th. in the Coloirne uaieue, connnn the - ' n - newa of tlie cauture of the insurgent chief Mieroslawski. General Von Pfuel anuouiicea iu the Posen Gazette that the public have expressed their disflist at Uie len ient manner in which he treated th. author of so much iiiiHchief. H protest that Die terms of the capitulation are binding on him, aid that accor ding to these terms Mieroslawski will be conduct ed to a depot between the F-lbe and Weser, or a pasHport tor France rren if he emiild demand iL It appear that the Kimsian troops: will be with drawn from the purely Polish part of th Grund ttn ur. jueir iwucc, u u sam, win auav the ferment of the Poliab peaaauta. and induce them to return Lo order and quiet. paia-Later fraaa HUrll, The Madrid ioumala of the l'.hli instant have reached u with our usual coRespondence. 1 u .Tladrid Uuzatla puhlishe a decree, order- iu the disKoluikin of the regiinenl of Kspana. I he corporals and aergeanta are to b reduced to Iho rank. The superior and subaltern officers an to be placed on Uie retired list. 1 be drum-toaior ot the regiment of Lapana waa executed on me r.m insL Our orivate leltera ineutioB aa tl'e amnion of the bebt intorinej military authorities thai considera ble disaffection prevail, ui the p:uiUh arm v. everai peisons have been ordered to Quit Mad- ric. Among others lieu. aoaxa. 3. JUu.-cnenlul and an r.ugliahman named Nun-'on. A faruier correfiiondenee oi an anaalisfactory nature i said to have taken place between Mr. lint wer ard the luke ot Niloniayor. GllFKCK. Ilebelllua aa lha TarkUh jPraatlrr. A letter from Athens, dated April 311. savs: "The Northern frontier of Greece has, within the iat week, become the theatre of an aimed inva sion, which, if not promptly and vigorously quel- ten, may have me mosllaui envois. An amnesty ha been r ranted to certain political prisoners. ho tok Uie opportunity ot assembling their companion locelher. reiutoreed ty several bands of brigands and some hundred Turks, and paing into L.eece, raised Uie staadard ot revolt. 1 heu chiefs, VallenUa and Papacosta, occupy position lo Hi ka a ot Lamia, the Government Lata aaul Uoou to uui. llwia. Jiut-Uiaqca uit i I wi yn Miuwii, tuc uruiauii. in uiw Minuiruw i i. tv.. .i i - .i. . i mu kuwv v). wiuauy man. nnuiHu vi menL - Arrival T the Araala. ::"-';. Bustom, June 111. The Hoy!' Mail Steamer Acadia,' due' at New otk, did sol arrive. She reached Halifax, and her news' wu brought fmn thete by express by the steamer Iluena Vista to Boston, and thence re ceived by telegraph. The following is Uie sum- rairy of the Acadia's news: . Hy telegraph to Liverpool, before the sailing of the Acsdia, information was received of the con viction of Mitchell, si Dublin, on Wednesday. Fraaee. Political affairs' are more eahn at Paris, but Lyons continues a ptct to riots and mobs. Tie Provinces ar. frightfully disaffected. ' -' ! A grand national fete waa to came oft bn Sun day, at the CJiarap d Mara. The Deputies of the Asiembfy iai! arrived, but the banquet was telinqui-Jied, kripracticabl. The Assembly aad th Ciovenimant show annits- takable signs of being fris.rdant, and not co-orJi-muit "bodies. V ' ! The Legisljrfriiaftd Lxecutiv powers had ao sooner reacted Die mover lent ot' the 15th of May than Uiey b;aii lo contend for Che mastery, and proposed atlecree authorising Uie members of the Sieesrtivw Cidvemment to sit in Qi Asisembly, and aikotter reaCHcting the Priwidrnt of tie Assembly af hi power', ov. r Uie troop--bei.h rejected.' An other proposing to confide tho eatarnal protect) itn of th Aaaeiphly to Uie Executive . was rrjeotad unanimously.,; fot only doe dial rust between the wo authoriftif s manifest Uself.btt the Executive must falL .... ., 1 On account of these internal disseusroaa. Lata artineand tbrjr,!f la thought, will resign, and Marrast and Arago succeed them. There' party by experience and modetation hare great weight, al most predomiAatbry m the Awentbly. These are strengthened hy the Legitimists, Vhose oian U Brum,", has paWLed a serieaof letters tram the Prinee De JoinTilla. whiek ar J aula Led to awa ken their syrapafUies aad pave the way for hi fj ttua to Fraco saaprivat vilixea, ; Th Bepuhlt can party are evidently aware of th'm design but tb llegency party have hh,riopa,meanwiiutiii Consequence of real orjtft'p4e-ijL demonatraUons. Every avenue to th Assembly, aaa uie, rooms is .1 . 1. 1 JL.. -m.A K . I UM ASBCnUUJ BIB UailJ U11UU(. RnUiara mhV xedf bavonetn. ia the Assembly , , 1 .,..1 hn elamly declared mat uie iuepmg vt lon.wy paraaHa. na v T 7I- J i ...i. Ml k. MannMI 'II wTgamxaU4aaar labof has oen wa ieang pre i.J5i..v..v. i..raLiMa i wnn iiwiuutm uiire"" , p "actioable. i vi ' ;.te .a vi.. . .So trials oCthe Ksvy conspirators have lUVei place art .!'' a.-. ', -M k -ii J voihuigai UwiOMln . France towardavPof lard-. larnaitin' tHlicy towaxda Poland lare . ' . . ti- .i-.t. J. carded as dotipuui. out nss unequiyoutvii u?iai ed ta4tiUlyrihH not relapse nnder, AuUian io niintoar hit 'oh , the. that all bf Jhe Italian PaUioU) the timichainy aliall 'cross tlie Alps. , . . . . " j '' Mi. ib.ah.T.'S. Minfatet, ho presented the coa. CTahilatfcna bf Concresa to lha ftovisional Gov. efnrnern. Liuriartme made a suitabk vespohee W this wuitiTestation bf he'Amaifcan Congresa. ' J At Toulon tie workmen had selred ths nraenels, bnUUiej ttoos, ftet sharp collieion regained their puasesiKin.' a .Vt- 4 AtSchleaturgthe liototem dnwdea rtmam ' ... - - ' - - ' - ' - sutoqiio. 5 , , , n .7 1 4 i' t V Tht lunpervr and Erarress QJ Anstris. aaa jcri ' . f.u. ienna secretly .aaa. nosnow .-,,..., the ITVL. Wiy they Uius acted, is not state fTbe Ah Irui Francis accomaanied laero. . Th taysterjrabcrat the aH-iof Lombard, was .u.i rftaiKnl i..... .j ,w.. V ' i ..... . ... . . ' . . . w , . j a . - . jr ' t. a.... . .. w i :.,i. L..r : .ha, vv aaK I n...r ovi in npavpn mini uiai bluu iu i . . w nr at . . r wi. Mmifltry was formed, with Prince Cunati at tha head. 1 ,-- , ! Bulwer ha been iamiased from the Coart of Llrid, by the Duk of Soto Meyer, and ordered to quit Oi city ia forty-eight hours. He according ly left, and arrived at Laadon on Wednesday. . o parliament explanation has yet been g'ven. but ha deterred money purchase and made Ex chequer bUa lower, at 42 a TI shillings premium. At Seville an Insurrection had occurred, attend ed by great loss oflife, for which th French four- nala blara Barwer, ' : ' Mwtcment iocdent to the Government "'ais, ha found vent in larrs demonstralioaat the Dublin cluba an.f.nlr.n. inMniin.iil. he.treeta. A collision It ia feared 1 inrihJ- FaOM CaXiroaaiA abb nm Pi-twT iani ' W IL Weirick, I . S. A., wh reached this city yes terday by the British ateamer. ia hearer of da. spatctiea from th. aotoaeJ of his regiment-Oana- tuan u. Stevenson t ruebJa de Jo Anreloa, ia Upper California, aad alao from Coin. SnubTick. commanding the Pacifie squadron.' lient VVeir- ica ia oa bic teave, ana owing to um state ar his health forwards hi despatches, from this aitv bv mIL ' . Lieut. W. informs as that no to tha time wf hi. .leaving Calitnrnis, ia March i a. U awy-lhiag waa- guieu ine uovernor oi GulilorciscoL K U. Mason had ordered the vaiainc of MX) troooa to garrison MazaUan, in the absence of the squadron. Ma). Hardie hud been sent to Oregon, and Lieut VV. H. Warner, of the Topographical Engineers, 10 i ne ureal sail Laae, to aeeomplisn this object. The Ohio ship-of-the-liue. Com, Jones, was looked for every moment at Marat an. havlnr sail. ed from C&llao about the middle of March. (Si the 1st of AnriL th brie Ihaa IVhn 'Tan! Du:oinr, from Mazatlan bound to Panama, sooke the whale ship Magnolia, CapL Simmons, of Jiew Beillord, in lat. 0 min. North, Ion. 95 mux, home wa.d bound, wiu a cargo of 27UU band oil. and ow ng to Uie perilous situation of Uie brig, having spr ing aleak and being considered renerafly worth ies!, the passengers, amongst whom was Lieut. W.irwick, corM luded to abandon her, which they accordingly did, and in company with CapL Doeo iog. look paasage on ihe Maicnolia for the coast ol Stuth America, where they (ell ia with a steamer wu. cn look Uiem to Panama. .. U. fu. 'id. aaBaMrtaai fhwaa neala. Kulification of the 7Va'y i (A Ckambrr ef Dep. bum, a woie oj oi ia oO UiUrfiMte t)he At nytobe called in Embarkation of Iki Trams fv'.a. P. V. Smith ttart for Vera Cruz aa tk ZMk iiu'jint, to tuperinUnd their EaUtarlutlion, We copy the following from the X. Orleans Delta, Eslrm, of the morning of Miry 30th: Tae sieamHhiu iulith. CauL Coulliard. arrive.! this morning fluu era Cruz, having left there on the afternoon of the 23. L To Capuin Coulliard we are deeply indebted foe hU Dromirt deliver ol highly important despatches from ou eorrespon ieul, "Mustang," to Uie evening of the 2lst iron Uie city oi Mexico, and the linh from Quere taro. The final vole on the Treaty waa taken in the Chamber of Deputies at 1-U o'clock on the even ing of the 19th. It waa ratified, by a vote of 51 to 15 a rote which completely settles Uie ques tion of peace. The action f the senate will be had with little or no delay: in fact its decision was looked for every moment al the city of Mexico be fore our express left, and not the slightest doubts were entertained lual the treaty would paaa that nn. v m'irn tin. nr iin nmtiiaiimn " ' .... . . v. mm v ..... .. ... I Geu. BuUer wa about issuing orders for calling I inan tae ouipoeu preparatory w the unmedutte march of our troooa from the niiuitrv. I Geu. Persifor F. Smith baa be selected bv Uie Commander-ia-Chicf, to saperintenit Uie em barkation of Uie iroops. He waa to leave the citv of Mexico for Vera Criu on tha 'Uih insC, for that purpose, uetween Uie lit and 4th of June, it was confidently expected our army would be on its n.arcb far Uie coast. Dt.TH or Koa: We rprjt to learn that this principal Chief of the tribe of Sacs Indiana wa poisoned a few day since by one ef hi band, from the ettect ot which be dieiL ' The murderer had been delec-.led, and upon being arreated confessed ilatwaa i i i linl if aa a put to death by t-einx shot. St. Xesi an I .ra, bta. , IJlUa nhaaal limit Tha rcecipt for the last month hav keen a follow. coniDkred with Mav. 147: . . .. I 1847.' ' - 1843.' Pasaenfer. 11.004 17 ,9j0 01 r reight. 13,811 ,V0U f 1954 IS I . l. - .v. .n . I jvec..p.Br.-T in eiH-a o. tu luuuwiug wmmvm. ... . i I j ; i - ' J8t0. I04i . lO-W- I n i au i J2,ti4 54 4 &xai 40 $13,7" ' .. a..iar AliKnn.rl, tha alutva ilm difnu af I about 41) per cant. In tha travel over thi route, . -w ' - " -. th frelghu ar still blor th extraordinary kick amount th.v reached 'aat year, (and which continued UU the doae of laae, whaa they fall offrapidly.as thepriceoC breadstuff declined ia Europe.) last year, and the recaipU for travel, will prov at least 50 per cent, higher than t J uly. Un. Aila. w . .. .... m AT.mm : BiaBm ur naniaan an v Rallraaia. The orelimlnarr aarveis helnr sufficiently ailvanced, we leara that the Director of tb Daiumoreana vaio ifcaurosai oerapasy nave e eired th service of CapL Child, th minat New Lnfland bnmoeer, and of Jonathan! Knight, well known in thbi eommanlty, who in onianctiixn with Mr. mm robe, the Chief k.n eiaaer. hav already entered upon their duUe, aad are to proceed forthwith to locate th route aad recommend the beat plan e( construction for the e ttenaion of the Railroad within the brniteef tb Char tar. Belt. Pat.- . . Laaftrllf lav I'rom 1820 to 18415, a period of 2G years, on ly veven ant of 42t6 persons, who died daring thstDerkvd. reached the are of 100 year and upward; 119 were over 9); TOO over tH); 1,403 a nas ft all aw a . tA k Aa a S.234 ovsr 50; 3,214 ; 4.W6 ov.r 20. Tha. ovtrvu: i.ixi over no ov r 40: 4,432 over 30 of Ihe whole nuhiborof death ia this period, 16,736, or nearly one-hair, excluding 3.UUU stUl boin, lived to the sge of 20 year aad upward. -- I J raeeiaT. i . - . i - The Slavve aTane. We learn from the Delaware Republican, that ikauai af ratiaheth. N. Taraer T' Thaasaa Garret, for the value of certain lav, which b i I aided toaaeane.'eam4 an itithe district Coart oa I Mondav laat. Th plainUrf bad a vardict ra i . orwi n.i, ri:mM Sf.. 'J . . j aarau e't-" rr' t r ' . OW srtt4V. - l.i i t . s,.f- tr,ntM Co.tu.: , 4 ---------- 1 1 1 on, wnicn na oeen in viib urj v, vu - iiaw ! I lawi. .lac Kebruarr lt, wa. toka oat ef th I linn, which ha been in til QrV 0S, vninw ck ' Saturday, havtim keen thoeoorhly ra- paired from stem to . stars . She Is to be fitted tot a with all deapatch.-gow rrmwfer. , . ffew I sserfelt. ' Wa caution th paWI oa what w eoaatdef rahMiaataathority.agaimitcoanterfcltaoteaenllaM IViles, lUOK, CX - thSandakycity(bajk.: The pUte, tt hv id, I Stureeon. .TumeT. Underwood and IIIV WUU taaaaa j J ae-a . - - r I is tha same aa the counterfeit 3's on the Com tneroial Bank of Cinclnnau. The title or Uie laxnk Is aieraty altered. 4S. Eq. 3d. JiidtreBeardsler.ajf ;New Yoik.haa de- f.'.t ,i, liided tliat railroad' ompame cannot made to riav for cattle ikiUed by bemr run over bvftheicarsj .Tbetdexiaioo ia no doubt ml.. rorrect onu t Farraei . tuld taJlt : C8Te ........ r , . i r . .... ' ' . I ...L l I - . a a 1 lofcattle by fencing tneirk tn uateaa Ol ed , ,L.m tn -Jvaut to ; the ereat in. I iwm'w -- -- er. .- ,v,nvn:,v,J, a janfc ol the tiavellinr i- J niihliiv l7r. TfiZ-ir ! v I .i.xr ''':; r - . GoriBXMXSv FrMUtti. According i ..... . - I -ncUce a a Lawyer lo N cnoon-ttitutional. artla Thia lady, who is an Englishwoman, was possessed of considerable property, and the old Uory, which : never fails to follow the marriage, of poets and men of celebrity in reneraJ, is told of her onion with Lamar- tine. It is said, I know not with what pre tensions to troth, that Madame de Lamar- tine, who maiden name was Birch,' (of Indian connection,) when no longer in ih urst bloom of youth, . became p&ionatIy enamored of the poet, from the perusal of his 'Meditations alone, and had, for some tune nursed the sentiment in secret, when, bavin; been apprised, oy a newspaper account, of the embarrassed state of his affairs, and of the necessity of calling a meeting of his creditors, she immediately wrote to him with an offer of the loan of the whole of her fortune, unconditionally, and with the sole reserve of the smallest possible lor ber own immediate wants. 1 1 appeared that Laaiaxtioe waa ao touched at this proof of generosity, uaine set out to utrow nimseil at th feet ) feaxteaaTareaa, aad thkmin fm it ant, reflecting, perhaps, thai such unsought interest could have its mainspring in one sentiment alone, he generously resolved to make ber an offer of his hand and heart evi dently considering, with that peculiar self esteem for which all poets are so remark able, the sacrifice be was making as a per fect equivalent for that which the lady bad voluntarily laid at his feet, The pair were soon after married, the fortune of the bride amply repairing every breach which youth ful extravairance hail made in that of her husband. 3Iatichctier Examiner I .Mia Blaaje. The first sight of Louis Blanc was at the Palace of the Luxembourg. 'Voila la pe tite! said a Frenchman near me, as he en tered. ' He is, indeed, & little man, with a great distingiu a pigmy of price a dwarf in body, but a giant in mind. He stands hardly four feet in height. His air, too, is extremely youthful, with his smooth, fair, hairless face, and his neat, slim, litde figure. Although he approaches the manhood of for. ty. he might easily be mistaken ibi a boy of eighteen. Although he has a stern strength about htm, it might be supposed front his first appearance that he . was weak and ef feminate. He entered, however, ad,.one of the Provisional Government of the Re public of France, to deliver addresses to aa semt lies of working-men and masters, col lected together by him in his function of Pre sident of the Commission for the Govern. ment of the Workmen, to consult and 4- . , , 0 a cide on a plan for the organizatiorvwi in- Mnsrrr I .rU n.l tka ' i .6 were melted to tears, and even the masters were moved. His tones were soft and show ery, . or earnest and energeuc. Y iih his little figure buttoned up tight in a blue coat with gilt buttons, there he stood, mounted up, evidently awakening, convincing de- lcilinjr, with modulated voice and expressive action, inere he stood, though so small, not the least of the great men who now rule Over the destinies of the France of the Third Revolution. TWiVa 3fu tx inc. ( Bx-ap tala( faw tha Aamliaa Peaale The benefits to result from a uniform rate of cheap postage can scarcely be estimated either in moral, social, or commercia point of view. The working of the system T- 1 1 l 1 1 in rngianu, aaa proveu eminently succes- iu Ul every ieajcv.i, auu it can uc uciuun- r i . .. j :. t. i . stratea to a mainemaucai certainty mat sun liar rAfiirm KorP vrill nrrwlm-a rnrrMnnrvlincr I - r . , avu.vv-.v.vwwvMVMv.-B. ' romiit iriPA ihA ravri nr r irra vi lhA rnrt ni I w-a l t )- ri .i l i nOSta?e in r.neiana. in lOoiJ. Uie nUmDeT I 0f leUerssent throueh the United Kinedom. I a ' w n i -11 i i- I .... r. , . . , . , I nna ran n t mrrpHMHii himi in . iiutphiw 6flu6 M"; " ,wk -" "'6'- I est point, aiuiouzn mure tuau eigui years I have elaDSed. The revenue, too, has in- eH nearlv in a nronortionate ratio. BeipUforl" , .. . ' . , , , a. I ne louowing statements, lounueu ou out- I cial estimates, show the number of letters ehsriTMhI w th nnstmrn- da ivared throurt L ffi In h ITnltA K'mirrlm nf I " . n 1 I l 1 r . l I '" 1 ."v-v. - "ft ureal trunn ana ire tana, iroin tae year 1S39 to 18-17. inclusive, iih the usual I number and percentage of increase Aaaaal Increase. laar. No.f . Letter. 7fi,000,000 IBS ,000,000 196,500,000 207 ,000,000 220,500,000 242,000,000 271,700,000 299,000,000 322.000,000 N ef Letter. Percentage, on the N 1839. mo. 1141. 184i. 143. 1844. 1943. 1S46. 1847. 93,000,000 27.500,000 io,5,roo 13W,0W 215l0,000 21100,000 2s,0iX),000 2200,000 123 per cant 3b " It " Irt " 2i 39 " 37 " 30 The foregoing table is founded upon offi cial documents, and speaks a language oa the subject that none can misunderstand. we have entered the lists for this reform, and have determined not to lay down our pen until it is accomplished. Xoc Yorkl thiacity. Thr where thirty-fonr gredoitt C lk .i:A.t . mirnrn C .k. H la JUTJVr. Tat ta BarJaeatlaw af Ike Treaty. TUCuinaiaafiU ITnltad 5;iaia ha vine ir e r ? I taken off the iniuncUon of secrecy from its I t..alan . Ksfnra nnr ro.l I r -t . r .u c i .. I era uie uiwaicurei.iui uia hum - ltnioa. i Vr..Wr. AahlaV. AthlTlnn. I.S. l - , ..... - . 7,.'. "7- TTi dv. IJelL Jiraaourv. unenr, ouuer. vai- - i , - c. ri,.l, f,:. . houn, Cameron, Cass, Clarke, Crittenden, I - - Davis, of Massachusetts, . Davis of Missis- sippi, Dayton, Dickinson, Dix,. Downs, pwtfi Green, Hale, Ilannegan, Hun- : . ..... .'i . rumw,"L v ' 'V, v" ... I K v. -tn I ll.m ,nH r I i-ouiataua, 'uuibuu vi xtm., iauUiU, Yulee 5j. INats. Messrs. Alien, Lison, Uadg er. Baldwin, Benton. Berrien, Breese, Cor win, Douglas, Lewis. Spruance. Uphara, bel Webeter and Westcott 14. l - "..n , I ;, ut . ; 4.Qamart neawweC i I - . Some Ume Sinca a Sailor on onaot I a I . 1 - 1 wharves, was swearing most txtsu:rouy, I .han aim of the . Socttiea of Fnenda DOsa- . . . in x anr acosted him. very. pleasanUI and I said: . i..... . . ..: -n . ri-'il - . ....... .:M .v OWear away, Uieuu, sweur away, uaa wee to eets all of that bad stuff out of thee, far thet .1 ..it :.i .l.. ....or uiov auiu. iu cond ar .t A Aawi Oaateallaw aSaait. ' The late Chancellor Kent was one of those men whose innate dignity enabled him to take in good part farmHandes the result of ignorance or accideU. "Ha was exceedingly ' fond of mirtial Biusic; 'and., hearing the druros of a recruiting party ,'wh had taken a station at the corner of the streev beating a point of war, he walked out ta listen to it nearer. Insensibly he was whist ling the burthen of the tune, when the raas of wsr accosted him: 4 Yoa are very fond of music, then, my fine'fellowr ' " Very! was the reply.' 'Well, then, said Sergeant Kite, why not join us? Good quarters pood pay large bounty; besides, our Captain is a glo rious fellow. Why won't you now! You can't do better. Well,' said tha Chancellor, I have one pretty strong 'objectkriL'' ' .' ' '"' VV aat is itr aiked tho sergeanL Why. just now, I happen to have bet- tor arade.' -" - - - ; ..'; i V... What trade is it! said the Inquisitor. 'I am Chancellor of the State of New York.' 'Whew! mter'ected the sergeant. 'Strike op cjaick time! forward, xuarch!' Off tripped the military -man. whhocr look ing behind him; 'leaving- the Chancellor U - enjoy his laugh- ar the advcnturo fioani Journal; ' " : i i i ' '. Jt t ' s . .Tat tiewtlaaaaa. . The tbUowuiz ta from an addrea dejrered W Bnhop Doane. at Burfimrtoa CoIkre.'Sew Ju- VViiea aow avsvejuausu a anaav -iwi has noifac to o to hni a eejUltttaan, , aaaot. make a $oid rim; out ol brau. - You caaupt- fikaaa a Cape .Mjy crystal to 'a ilamuni Vow caanut stake a etntleriraa, till yoa aa"vw trst a-maft. To be a gentleman, it wxU not be stuScawt to have had a graadfather. -..-- 1 o be a genUeman doe not uepeikf upoa a tai lor er the toilet.' ' Biooi will 'degenerate. Oooti clotiie are not . food, habits. Tha- fnnee Lee Boo concluded that the hog in, SiaUnd waUie only gentleman as being the ouly Uuiag tha did nonaoor. , A eeatlernan isnisst a grrituafl; no move, no lees; a diaoKinU puuahed, Vhat wax Ihbt a dia mond in the rough. A gentleman m gaU; a geutleman i moueat; agentiema is couxteoua; a rentieman ia ceneroud; a rent em an te slow to takea&ence, as ban; one that aetet gives ft; a geaUexuaA u alaw to Mumae V. wa bciBg-oua Uiatnevei uutiu itfcbcUienian(ie!J8jea,oa ly in consciouanosa of rvghta genouuinan subject appetite; ajeatlenian refines LU utte; ajjei tleaan svtaoftiea his feelingi a'gtntWinaa con - Uoisupeech; a gentiaiaaa doeroa every other bevKt than himself. u: Philip Sadnef waa aver v much a gentietnan ruuror though be wo cf England's knighthood aawhen upua U.e xveidc Zatphen, as he lay ia his own blotd, he waived the draught of exad spnae;watz that waa brought to iniench hi nortal thuatLra U'wol a dying soldier. St. Pauldeacxibed a geaLemaa whe b k exhorted the Philipptaa ChxUtaans, "Whatso ever things are true, whatsoever thin aie just, whatsoever thintfs are honest, whatsoever things are pure, whatioererthinxs arc lovely, whatsoev er things areo( good report, if taere ha any virtue. ana if there be any prais, think ou taraas... things." Ami Dr. Lsaac ltartow, fa hi ainira- ble aertwon on tha eallintf a genuetnaa.puiw edly aays, "He should la jot and sturiy to be a, leajer unto virtue, and a noble ptoenotev thereof i directing an.1 exciting men thereto by hts exem plary conversation; encterainn? them by his a nessof meaner people by his bounty and favor; ha should be such a gentleman aa Moaa who preached righteousness, by his words and worka, before s profane world. " RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. Gaeaeia Bimrr Cowirnav. The aaaaal masting ef the Georgia Baptist Caavwntio a waa held at GrilTio, conimaaciag aat tha ilk aad ter minating en the Sth, iastaat. The aamber of deteewte was annsaally larrs. The Soathara BapU-t PabUeeuea Society held its first aaar- rmai- tl UM nnM Uim lid ittd Him " nromiaa of mat aaafulaaaa. Tha hoard af far- r aw - - - mission of th southern Baptist conv.a- lion araa reoreaentad bv ita eorreaiMtndine aee- . . ' a reaary. Rev. Jaa. a Taylor, of irviaia, and that of denwwtic nhaaea. by iu eaeraapeaaiac i aecretary, Krv. iiouaan.t 3.iaiama. I The Baptist denomination of Georgia deeP,T 1nterted ia afl objecu eonnac tod with. the moral and Intellectual impravaaaaat aot only of lBeir ov, p,,, bat f the karoaa race l Its "field is the wertd-' Under M patrooaaaw Jircer university, sa,iea ai ranneia. I roJ ,Q COmpliml imeat to a late citiien ef Sa 1 ..-.k 1 1. .k.. vannah, Ga., whoa liberal bequest laid the foundation ef aa inatitatiea fast riaiag la th affectioa and confidence af th public Jfaaa- Tnlaae. . , PacsamnjAS Gddu Aaaxxtiv. -That body adjoaraed aa Satarday laat, ejlet a labanoaa ion of fifteen day. Uuruig the aaaaloa, tb i of the Rev. tr. Skianar waa aetUed, after a . moat patient Inveaiigation. The decision of tha presbytery af Lexington, which had aaapended him from the Biisalry, waa re t reed, and he waa restored to his fall ministerial fmactieas. The marriage question, whether a maa may mar-, ry hi wife' aiater, cam ap aad elicited oru interasUag debate. . 1 na aaa m My left th rala as it was, and confirmed the dacieiaa f theaysv od of North Carolina, which had sancUoned th suspension of a man wh had so BaaTied. AccaasiO!. re tuc Mmia-rar. Ta reeaal I annual examination r I LiT".? th staJants ef th Saaaiaary took plae laat aaak Tba a.uil aaraaoa hafore tha Board af Director, wa preached by Rev. lv. PhUlip,af I . , .v.. k.. ,i-....l 1 t BBfieralwu uia.l u , v ua.a uci w .r4 m-wwiyw vs the work ef feeein mivena. One ef the) naia I ha, waa reeeaU v ordained lav Prineatoa. ta taker 1 am one the Indiana in the Soath-WeeC Therwa I mainuer are t be dlatriwated anvawr hw rvaf' nisei OB in Asia. EanatAva ev vwc B:V-X- Th now Axck- Biahap ef Canierbary, oa beinv intreducadst tha racaat aaaetiaf of the Britiah aad Feeaira Bible Society, by it venerable peaaioewt, Lord Baxler, aaya a eorreapeadeat ef the Esaagaiias, w . w wMa.,nv Mkulal I K a ui.v ftiuilsiH. ai tt I a'- j -jt..-- I which he waa grwated. ky .taling-; aa hie epia- tea, hm froir ion, max sua caasa wi uav who mw nanr hoao apaa any aaan, kwt eoaid lauals ha war from no man. . , 1 r,.i..n.T1aitflCl.lIaawJ. I I WVW - - " . I f BalUmor. rec.nUy chartered by the Amaxi- em Coloabalioa Society, Bailed from SavaeaaA Joath 6th In, for Liberia, with ninety-su I amigTaata. They are aale tokwwaVy Napecta- bJa Daople, ene-thtrd af than awaa hereof i charcb, eae-half af then, east read, aad ru of Ihem are good mechanic- . . , PaoTtsTASTisai nr Tbavci. An appeej to Anserieaji eRiiaaa ef all dnaomlo&Uaoa. haa tact been bwned by R.v. Drs. Bering, Tyag, Adaava. ivritr. rtaar, ana vv u llama, r taa citv. InvitiB doaaUona lo ha forwaruad ta .w I CBUKI vmMa- Ka.. aM.a . m. mrmrmm wm - I To-,, Rrulel. areatof the Paris Benevolent 8. I a ... a..a. . I evatvse, iot raaing ma oiwa ana ennauaw a- ntmcuon ta r annc. .1 - . r.. ' Bosto-s Mtar-Ttns-Kev. Suae Alaen, oi in Park street CaSgregmtiaaaickBreh, haa resigned hi chary- " v ! -v : 1 ' I ha also resivned' hi. charge. I ; Rv.Lr.&tow, of tb tupuai caarc. ooawua. I 1 ' ; i 5. : i y i - i 1W VOIP" vito- Wa.