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NEW-YORK. MONDAY, MARCH 15. Trr Home J.carjur Convention, Apn!5 1312.? The following Ittsolution was unanimously adopted at.a mectin-* of the '" Home League" of tie- State of New-York, fc<-M in tie- City of New-York on th'- Itii Feb. in*-L : Resolved, I :???? the "Home Lea-;:.- bftbeState of New fork a: : ?-..- I call roa"?Je bv OMeroftbe Pr-.ir?iry L'-ae-je f.-.r a Nauoual Convention bl Dder?nes representing tt:e m iei.?i? ,,i il-t- friends oftlie Fret', tidnol Home industry/and !?,. i1- m?itionot Reciprocal Commerce, and nnite in the re,,-,?-- [bat, th? :- ? .-i'' * which may be < bosen from other H , i.. .;:??- and Agricultural Societies and ?t****1 '"?""?" M?cliaincal, Manufactur?njr,-C*oiamerci?1 and Internal I'" Es :-.. ci ? ??- ( ?l mi. tt? - :? hereby authorized to adopt sucn - .-a the*, inav d-Ain ?-spedlent toe'?es*1*?: '?':'-" AOO.MIiAM ( llANI'I.Kh. WILLIAM COXSELYKA, WILLIAM C LANGLE?, HORACE ST. JOHN, I _. -, Comroitte? ??f the Horoe.Leajrne tc tlie state ol New-iorli. j "A Mechanic" is request?*?! to rea?l carefully and vvithbut ; rejti : etlie art!'::?-? on " A-ori.v.ion," published from ilR* to (Jay on the first pajre of this paper. "i ;V -.Me;-,--itf-r'?" valnable paper on Duties and Smnjj: glintr. in .-answer to tie- British raemori?! t?-? Confess of " .Mot chants :?:;??! otbt-r*,,*' .-hail appear very soon. r For an article on Association, and an extrae1, on Bankruptcy, see First Page. C For a more full abstract of the ?ate News from Europe, see Last page. FROM CHINA. The -iiir? Vknu K. ?apt; IVirht. arrived at. this i?ori. ye.sterda*. in llM.luvs from Canton, whence -in- sailed on the 23d of Novemberlast?hincdays later than wc had received via England. The new ? is mainly cmbodii >l in th?' following letter :? Macao, Nov. 17. 18-11. \\ ?? have* advices from the north eu s I coast of Chinri to tie- l-i. in-t. giving intelligence of the recapture ol Chilian and the taking of die'-city of NiriL-,"" ie. II. B. M. forces. The entrance/of the river leading tu IN?ng-po i- ?anl to have been d?? fende?] i y trong L.-itti'ii?-.- ut which some resist? ance v.-... maile and about 1800 of tlie Gliineso slaughtered, while the British forces sustained but \>t;. triilitig ?"i--. The authorities lied from Ning t'H mi the approach of tlie Britisli, and the inhab? itants i-i iii?- ei;\ :i!mI vicinity wppeared to have submitted rpiietJy to tin- miiilarv domination >?' the steamers. Since ihn commencement "I their operation? in ' l?iti?i early in 1810, the British forces have suf? fered -ev.-n-i". by ea-iiahii-.- und sickness. Of the pi ..|>!i- mi board ofthe transpon Ncrb?ddaj?vrecked '< off. Formosa, more than half were murdered when ? they reached the shore, and tin- remainder were : senl ovei <<> thecoasl of China, win-... the like fate lias probably befallen them The armed steamer Madagascar was also wrecked since, about ?!'111 miles N- I.- of "-. and her officers and crew have fallen into the hands of.'the Chinese^ beyond ivh?ch nothing is known of their fate. The setting in of cold weather will prevent anv farthei operations in tli" North until tlie ensuing -?'iini.r, when, ?f we are rightly informed, the British forces will require to be very considerably increased lo enable them to proceed toward Pekih. In Canton, till continues quiet thus far, bul the authorities hit. busily engaged in placing obstruc? tions lo the navigation of the river, and in build? ing new iiuN. Their plans, however, appear t" be solely defensive, and we ?lo not think lliey wish to provoke farther hostilities in this quarter. [Gf* I1-.n. Willis Ham., hit?.' Attorney Gene? ral, lut- decided i" remain in tin* practice of his profession at. Albany instead of returning to this i ity. Ile lias ' troops of friend-' her?; who regret this choice. Ho will devote himself to the arguing of i'!i-'-- in tlie higher Courts; but the calamities which have befallen iho iVl?gs, le-rt?ling m d??s accidciital and undeserved elevation of their oppo? nent-, cannot long keep such a man from those fields of public fisefiilncss wliicli'lie If?Thei'etol'ur? illusttated. CjJ Hen. .Ii'ii.v ?McJyeos of this city is partictt- ! lariy ?ictdous ??i Congress in favor of retrenchment and Keform?which we like. We are reminded, however, that this Mr. McKeo? was appointed Cm ?'hihi i,m Attorney of this city ami tin- compen? sation changed from foes tu a fixed salary in or? der tu reduce the amount : hut common report siiys thai Mr. MrK. look the salary and h es both during the whole time that lie held the office. Al? ler n while he was elected u> Congress, when he kept on taking salary, fees, and pay tw Member of Co7tgrcss, altogctbei?-oui" o!" the time neg? lecting one ollice, then the other* until at last he? wn-' fairly driven to resign one of his fat places. We tire afraid if Retrenchment i? t>> fall into such hands i; will fare badly. O"' Hon. WM. C. 1'UK S TON. who ha- long been severely indisposed, lias so far recovered a- to re? sume hi- ?eat in the Senate. Messrs. Slade of Vermontand Mkukwether of Georgia ate no? severely ill. Ojiio.?Hon. Nathaniel Read has been clocted a Judge of the Supreme Court ofOhio, in place of Judge Grinike, by a strict party vote. The Lcgislaturo has reduced the Board ofT/ublic Works from four members to ihre??Timothy Bate, left out. William Spencer, Leonard Ransom and Ro dolphu? Dickinson arcreiained. The Senate passed a bill authorizing an ?-sue of S;;.t.- crip to tin- ami.u;;t of $2,2GG,0??, to pa* nfl* the State debt to htiuks and contractors. The House altered it. sons to ait?iorir.e an issue ol $1,500,000 in six per cent, bonds, t.. h?--old m pay advances from banks, and $750,000 in twelve pec cent, certificates, to pay balances due contrac? tors and laborers, ami t.i finish tlie Wabash and '?vie Canal. The Miami Extension i- abandoned for th?- present. M a a y i wn.?Thi- Legislature of thi? State a<! journed on Thursday night lust. (10th) haCinc failed to make any further provision for the pay? ment of the intere.-t on the State Debt, or for con? tinuing the Ckesapcakc and Ohio Canal to Cum? berland. Tip.- only hill of any importance pushed is llial : -.?'i1:::;- tit? Banks lo resume Specie Pay? ments ":? "?' before .Alar l-i. .,,?1 uHow?Ug ,h,.!n [0 issue temporarily hills Mow the denamiriaiion of i'ivi- Dollars. VlRGlKlA.?The UpUSC of P-le?ale- ,,f thi State lateh votiSd; by ^ ;-? 53, to receive the Stati-'s .j'e.ift of the Y S. Land Distribution. In the Senate, however, it was so amended a- to p.. vide that the Distribution should ?vase vvliencvt i tlie Tarttt shouhlbe raised above '-.''? per cent., when it was ne?; uived??0 lo 1". LO" Noui'tt CaKOLINA will hold a Wliig Sta'e Cinventio . at Kal?igh on the ?th of April. Gov ernorJpH*s M. Morkkkad:'wiUdoubtless^be noin iuatcd :',?:? reelectibti; ami very prpbtiWy Hknky Clay fot deetion as President. CT BRADKORr* (.?... W. gave a: the ?ate Special Election for Member of Congress, for Hon. Almon H. Reai?; Loco, Id I? ; (\,i. j,,Sl.p', King?b?ry, Whij. 1572.1 sr^tteriug 155; Head is c?ec'iet! ?"> ai'out iOUO tnajoiitv. L'ni vernal Free Trade. .NV-v-Yosk. March ??, 1S-12. Te the Kdttor of Tht. Tribune : For the lust eight years I bave bee* an ardent, ; untiring advocate of Free Trade, in the belief that ; it was the onlv svstcm ?adapted to develope in the best manncT'thc resources of our Country, the one most consonant w our institution?, and har? monizing }>est with the spirit of the People. 1 have thought that levying a Dir?---: Tax for the poor! of G iv-rnmi-nt was ;n?> most o?.rt:ii:i and the only henest way to raise the v. ay- and ::.? ai [still think that, if the whole world would pur -?!.? this plan, ii would be inSaitcly better for all than for each coramutiiiy to shut oui by Prohibi? tory Duties those product? which it could n?_?i raise for ?tielf. The theory is ??beautiful one. It reeds upon the wholesome principle ot ' lo ^mt" ? ? - r ? ?:- you would that they should ci-? unto vou.' !: is noble, unselfish and charitable. It carries cut to the fullest extent the old uro-. erb that ? i?ne=ly is the best ?'".?''J-' But ! -.-.. ???'. aid that it is~ wholly impracticable until all shall I - : ? erncd By the stirh? generous motives,, and Nations obey the Qtvine precept to 'lovetheir neighbors as thcmsclvtts.' I have advocaterl it from a reli? gious conviction of ?is necessity, its excellence :in(l it? beneficial results. The change which has ??".'.? :; place i? rr.v own view- hris prol*al bv occur : i! with others. There may, however, '???? some entertaining my o!<! views who] perhap?, if they would take the ?mir:- to examine their position more thoroughly than they have yet done, would find that i:i these three ?grand :i-p""e it is not ouitc ?o impregnable as in their generous devotion to abstract truth they have fondly i m r? t: ? r : - ?. To them I would say. Cherish ?rill th?- cunvictioa that is is beat, is right, is * * r< j ?* - J i ? ? i ? t for Nations as well as in individuals, to bei governed by the highest morality, the highest benevolence, the highest dis? interestedness: hut remember that th?' charity I which provide, not for i;. own household i. worse ?'inn the most niggardly selfishnessi! Tiio snperiority of Free Trade I have supposed :o be founded upon the fact Lhai iri no ?ther way | could o just va] i? be put ?p?sn all conuhudiiies : ihnn bv opening ail markets io the competition of ;ii?. whole world. In this manner alone would pricesfind tlieir natural IeveK The excellence "t Fie?* Trade 1 have supposed lobe demonstrated by the inevitable deduction thai ii" there were a universal competition, the temp? talion.- to fraud, to unwise speculation, to grasp? ing monopolio?, n ould be removed, andrfalse in? voices, false swearing at Custom Houses, smug ?rlingand their attendant evils would cease; Th? beneficial results, il i* evident,would bo realized in lower prices, and supposing Free liado to be universal, a r?e"1 exchange of commo ditiesand a more certain regulation of Trade. Now a- io the lirsi, it i< amaitcr of history that since tl!?' downfall of the Protective System ana a : .?.???.-??ii scale I'll prices, values have been lluctua ? ting, competition betwee? our own and foreign merchants has been desiroycii by the destruction of ear own merchant?so that the Country has actually paid as much for foreign goods since the r?duction of duties as it did before, with onlv this triflin? odds thatthe difference in price ha.. been pocketed by th? foreigner, ;?-> the ruin of our m1.'? merchant anil the impoverishmeiii of the Country. In regard io tin' second, fiauds of all kinds at the Custom House hove been multiplied, false in j voices are a. plentiful us blackberries, and specu? lations have run to an excess of riot that parallel the frenzy of the S?-?util Son -Mania and ?ho >Ii.s|. sippi Scheme. . The beneficial results arc found in the declino of i In- prices of all nur owh Productions, the stagna? tion of Busincss,.the ruin ol iheiMcrcuoiile classes-, and ill?' reduced value of Land. Labor, and Props eriy of every description. Tito history of every Commercial Nation is ?i history of Protective Duties. Foremost in the ii-i ?. England; Hollawd.has done her part; France is certainly not lukewarm ; and all the mtinufae luriiigaud commercial states of*Europc, seem sel? fishly to prefer their own interests to the Welfare of their neighbors. Our chivaJrou?j S?u?iei nInends will soon he taught that the Cotton of India will he protected by England to the exclusion of.their own, and we shall have the satisfaction of showing to the whole world that in our desire to se:, them j a hie.ii example we ctihj to use a hbnieJ.y plira?o? ! bite off our ?tvu noses, ?piito. ?a closely as ever h has bee?, done before. Pa.\ Voni.SCU.M. Remarks on the above. Our correspondent is wrong in one of hi? funda? mental positions : Free Trade would not be uni? formly beneficial if it were universal. Us inevi? table effect would bo to continue ami increase the predominance of any particular nation which liad obtained tin ascendency i.i any branch of business tinder a dififercKt ..lato o?' things, ?i would tend to confine the production of Tea to China. CoflVeatid Sugar to lin- West Indies, Tobacco, Rice and other staple-; each to the particularrcgionwherein it-/. ?rnl ture (if at all difficult) originated. If Free Trade had been universally established iwctity>iiVc years ?tun. England, from lier previously acquired as ceiiilan.'v alone, would have monopolized most of the Commerce and Manufactures of the world for an indefinite pet ?ml. greatly to the prejudice of the general well-being. Let none imagine that this preponderance would prove thai it is cheapo.i .". and therefore host for all. Facts prove the con traiy. 'for more than a thousand years Europe imported her Silk- over land from India, though they might have been produced on her own soil, after a brief interval of efficient ami fostering Pro? tection', ai least one hundred per cent, cheaper.? Illinois- could now pay for the Cloth ?he annually needs vn-tly cheaper?ihn: i-, with less of her Prodiic-i?it' msile mi her own soil than if im? ported ; yet, under a system of Free Trade it would inevitably ccme from England at a less cost in dollars, hut moro in bushels of grain. We are a; lips momcnl buying all our Z'wr from Europe ?it a cost of six to eight cents u pound, when a ?Million ions of ii may bo made in New-Jersey at a cost ?d' less than six cents. Vet nobody has undertaken to mim.' it because, i! it rccrc-iindcrtakenheie, th? foreigners who now supply u? w?uld at once put the price down to the lowest possible point (and the transportation is little or nothing; zinc being ??ften imported as baila*!.) and thus ruin the man? ufacturer, when they could put their price, up to eight or ton cents again. These at-" a few instances; we might multiply them, but it is needless Protection i- not tin- in? terest of one nation merely but of id! nation*, and as such we advocate it. A reasonable duty levied by each upon the importation of such, articles as i; ??an well produce tends to temper the appetite fur exotic luxuries, for foreign goods because they are foreign, ami to diffuse over ail th.- earth the know? ledge and exercise of the various uris <?i" life. Pro? duction i- thus r?*ndered more active. Labor finds more varied and constant employment, and a more adequate revvard. Free Trade makes Alabama a Co:;:>n Plantation : Jamaica a cti?e?-field : Sicily a wheat-field; Sheffield .? ?in factory, &c. Sec.? But this policy docs not develope men; it do?.'. not inform diem; neither does i; feud them. A largely exporting countrv i? alwavs a p-ior coun? try; much ot it> labor i- unemployed and unpru iluctive; andvery much of the product is consumed in transportation:, exchanges. &c. &c. There will be rich merchants, and factor- in Egypt, Sicily, England, the West huiles, the Planting States. &c. bnt the Labering mn.s will be poor ami de graded so long as they di? not produce the grc?l bulk of their own necessaries ?f life. Such are the general considerations on which wo a-Avoccte Protection as a sound principle "t National Policy, quite apart from til regard to what other nations do or may do. VVe do it not in :!'l will to other Nations, hut in kindness and rood teelrng to all. _Ed. Tribune. The Daughter of Cor.. Bur?..?Every one who knows aught of the history of Aaron Borr, ::: ist recollect the mysterious death of his only daughter; the w if- .-;' the former Governor of Soath Carolina. She left Charleston in a brir for this city, a- was said, with a large amount of moncv and plate. bat the brig1 never reached ?!:?.- port, nor .was ever-heard of after. Years passed away. when _a. sailor in Maine, oh his death-bed,, c?a ?'?-??? 1 to have been one of the crew of the brijr. atid that the passengers were ail murdered for iheii money. Some few years, since a sailor i:: M -; ile di.-d wir-; :, similar c ?;.:'---'??:!. and we ....... ':.-? X. U. Grcsct :.: City of the 2 I inst. the following paragraph 1 oncernh g " ?? -?.-? m ."? : : " A gentleman from Fexas?an Id and val ted : ?end, and one ?? -. -? raciiy is '::.:-:.: able?informs os tliat an old sailor recent]' lied at Matagoirda, who made a full confession number of piracies in which he had fcei -. 1 ?_-?-:? ?:. and state ; that be was one of tie crew 1 :" the ? es sel which sailed from Charleston, with Mrs. \. tdn on board. \\ : ? :. ti ree days ?? tt, a co > ..?? tion was held, ar.d it was det< r lii ? ??: that th? pas? sengers should be robbed and murdered. The work of death commenced, and all were killed. Mr?, liston being the last victim who was made to walk the plank. Her imnge, he said, was always i-t.-r*- :::-:i. and he could not die without confessing die horrid '!.!. The dosing scemz of his life was horrible in the extr?m ??- raved with ruadle*--, exclaiming, ' There !?there - - - now '?I sec her standing before me!?awaA? awav !' " Manv witnesses were present who can b?ai testimony to the confession, and w? think there can no longer exist any doubt on a - . which was long veiled in mystery." IN CONGRESS'....Friday, Mat!: 11. In Se.n'ate, Mr. Wrighi presented a memorial from 'ii" sureties "f Samnel Swartv our, askii _: ; ? be allowed !-> compromise with the Government. Mr. Bucha.va**: presented ?evcral memorials from \Yestera Pennsylvania, asking efficient Pro? tection to American Li'i-e; Mr. WooitBtJRY presented a memorial from ship-owners in New-Hampshire against anyrcpeal of the Pilot Law: and Mr. Ht stingt?>", and in answer to a question from Mr. \\ si -'? I that the Committee on C?mmerc-? had just reported in fa? vor of tl at repeal. Mr. P'KKuti-.N repotted from the Judiciary Com? mittee -i i'?? to provide for the furnishing full Re? ports of the Decisions of the Suprim?? Court. The Senate, after nas??in?* a fi -? private bills to a tiiiid reading, took up Mr Clay's resolut ins coaettrning retrenchment, the tariff. &c. "ti which Mr. Simmons spoke at length in fa'vurbf protec? tion to American industry, as th- true anil neces? sary policy of the government. When he had con? cluded, die Sena'e went into cxci utiv? -? ?sion. In theHousK, Mr. Wise submitted the follow? ing resolution.which *?v?s adopted withoui dissent* Resolved, That ?1 Select Commitie?; 1" ?ippointed, who?e duty it ?hall l" to consider ami rnportun?*n thevexpediency and propriety ol ??*parating th? !-i!rn;,.i_-' m r!;t- Govern iiivnt from tie- private and political ?ir.?<"t ti;-- country,.ind upon th? liest and most et?cicni and economical mode i ? I fecting that object Mr. .1. H. Lngkrsoll proposed a resolution in Ptructing the Judiciary Committee to repon a b-!! to provide a bill for the selection and return of juries for I . S Courts-, ?A'hicli wasagre??d to-unan i mo?slj ? Mr. F11.LMORE now renewed a motion to-go into Committee of the Whole on the General Appro? priation Bill, which pre vailed ; Veas, 32; Nays,81 The bill being now taken up, the section pfcovid ing for contingent expenses hi the Treasury."De? partment was stricken o?t i tin- Secretary's salary passed\ ditto clerks and messengers in the De? partment, (overruling a motion of Mr. McKeon to cut lin- amount down from $20,000 to $14,000;) also for the First and Senond Comptrollers ?iid their clerks : but the new item !>ei'..?* one of $18? 9UU for ?lie salary of the First Auditor and his clerks* Mr. StaNLY, of N.C. moved that the -?alary of the Auditor bo stricken out. on the ground that be (Jesse Miller) hail been guiltv of gross a'nd culpable neglect ofduty, whereby Samuel Swart wont, had been ubl?_* to render himself ?o largely a defaulter. This motion was supported with great spirit by Mcsst'3. SjANLY', .). C. CLARK, of N. V.. Atv.voLi?, of Tenu., and opposed by Messrs. Prof Kiit. \Vise, Ct sn;:-o. Gordon, of IN'. Y., and tiuLMRS of S. C. Mr. ?.NHERWOOD oPKy., de? fended the r'mht to withhold the salary of a corrupt and unfaithful officer as :i salutary power, but did not consider^ this n cast; in whish die principle should be applied. Finv.lly, the Commute rose without taking.tliii: question?Mr. 1.i.n~ liavin? tin* ?lour?and die House adjourned. -Kg 1 i 'if: Great Slavery Case?Prigg vs. L\e.v? s vi.v ?.> la.?The Washington Correspondent ofthe Boston Atlas gives the following statement of the facts on which r.]y..s case arose : A gentleman residing in Maryland, near the Pennsylvania line, had wuived 111*- services of an aged pair of his slaves, and allowed them to reside upon a corner of hi? estate, in substantial though not legal freedom, for some year-. While thus living, a daughter was born to them, who was allowed to grow Up in the ,-aiti" state of liberty which they themselves enjoyed, till sin- ar? rived at years of maturity, when ?hu married a free negro of Pennsylvania, and went with him to re? side in that State. They had several children, and no molestation was offered till after the death of the original owner of die woman-, when his heir made an attempt to regain her and her offspring. Withtlns design, he arrested and carrie?! them-Be? fore a magistrate, who decided t!***,t under the law of Pennsylvania he had no jurisdiction of the case. The owner then seized the woman and children in the night, and while htftthusband v-n? absent, and forcibly carried them over the line to his own es? tate; where be detained them in slav?.*ry. For this bffence-Kc was indicted in Pennsylvania, tmd de? manded by the Governor of the Executive of Ma? ryland. Correspondence ensued between the two Governor-. ?Vom which resulted the present ami? cable suit, which was first tried in an infcrioi court, and tin tice removed to die present tribunal. The law of Congress of ]7'.>') allows the owner of fugitive slaves at any time to arrest and carry them before a justice of the peace, and !-? give his ewn lestimonv to die facts upon which he claims to hold then..' In 1836 tii'-State of Pennsylvania passed a law, by. the advice an?withthe approval of commis? sioners appointed by Maryland, to Consult-with:the former Government in the premise-.. by which it was provided that the owner of fugitive slaves, found in Pennsylvania, should cany them before a Jud?e of the County Court, and support his claim agaihsktbem by disinterested testimony only. ?XT' The following statement of the number of ton? and the value of the various articles shipped on the Canal at Rochester, during the lastyear,is made up from the Democrat : Ton?. \ ilue. From the Forest.... 2,03*1.$124.960 Agriculture.i!--;;'.2.036.-13] Manufactures. L.233. 90,807 Merchandise, ?Vc. 2,919.? ->>r.->-i:' T.-:a! -17.473 $2.789^107 !D* The^^School atRhinebeck advertised in this paperi? uuderthe ebar?e of Freebobln Gakketson. E?q.. whom we kiiCT' m l-S? as oik ofthe most npright and resp?icteil Mt*mL??-rs ofthe ; Assenibiy-. of Uiis'Sate. H:s every act was that ..in j a?; man and a Christian; ami ?-?'--i gr??at ?onfi. dence i??at the care of Yeuu: may '"-' hiost safely and pro Tnrly entrusted to lii.? bancLs. IT We *??k the af.enti.iti o: those rt.*2irt-i with Liver CoQiplaiiit. to ibe advertisement hea-lv-i ??-?ympaiiiy." on die next p.iire._ TT A ne?- amy of spleudid novelties is :>ut forth a:*,;; Vmerican Museam, as will be seen Hy the advernsement. Jlr.Hamflgtorj i? ?*jenerally a?iknowfedged^o berbebest ventru'x-,ie?t m this country, ana \h>- roost ?uniraing per- j f -rmer. We pesceWe ihat herearter there will be a day per- | formance every \Vediie?iliiy and Satuniay at'fiireeo'ciock. ' BV THIS MORNING'S MAIL. 03s Onr regular letter failed this morning;? we condense the followins summary from the Globe ; and our privat,, -?tre.-. :? In Conirrr*?.. S?tv'.po". "?! tren 12. Very little ivas donc in'G?ngress to-day. the ; Senate did not -i:. In the Hors-:. Mr. G?.l\i:s. of Ky.. submitted .* | resolution directing th?- Committee oi Ways-and Means to inquire into the expedi.?' oi incre?s i ' ? ! ingthe duties on wii.es. silks, and other lux tries imported into the United States, and moved u-sus ? pension of the rules; whicb was refused. Mr. Thompson, of Ky.. moved i -.-'?? ? non - ? the nil'? to ??nali!" the Hi :-?' ti take ?p ? : rivate bill introduced by him. which was refused. Mr. FlLLMORE pr>--',r:*.-.t sonie :i' ?i iments. . the Commute of Ways and Means, i i ;. a Bi.Li ofwhichthe'.followingis th substance i they were ItutT on the table, nr.ri ordered to be printed :? 1. <;.v-s the Secretary m the Trensnry discretion w bc-ac the Stock reimburs ible"at such tira .-..?-...? - -..: i ?>???? -. 2. lb- i? to sell the Stock on th? best terms he can cet; a.*" ?? - - :?: .- nil? ? .*?? - - ni the ?am? No S :It to - ! below nar until after .t has be? ;i - advertise ? 3. Alfth? D !:.???on Import? !?"? .??:??'? ?:..- G ivernment, - somuch tht-reofa? may-'b< ?? ?- ? ,?u -?? ?'?-?.?.- dir, ? r thepunctual payi I ? principal ??nd'.m.'eresi of ?' - l.'TP. -. T!:?;S?scretary shall report io ConsTess il t! e ??enint: of theaexi S??s>ion7tie terms and dnra? ?aid loan;; il-o. ??-.'. nade lor'lhe sanie, statin^w I ? .we're ac pi an?! ?v.. i. -???. (.!??,'.. 5. All Treasnry N ? - to - . ? cent, interot fromand after.the 3th ol March ia?t. i all that may fall due and remain unpaid hereafter, until paid. i". Sai?! :? .:? re?t ?hull cease sun y days a:':.- r the S? . r? tary ?hall advertise-in the \Va?Lr?frto? papers that : s rea - and w ?Hing to pay ?aid ri---"-. 7. Title .li'.'-r-ii to correspond with the above. Mr. Boyo'E presented a petiti ?n signed by -?07 citizens of Ononda?ra Co., N. V.. in behalf ?1 die I American prisoners at \'an Dtcmaits Land. ? in motion of Mr. fiiDDtXGS. th?? House l?jok up ' the privare Caler.lar. :i::?l proceeded to di*posc ni ! the? ues?on of concurrence with th?; Committee of the >Vh ilc in pi ivate bills whi? h the Committee 1 liad heretofon acted upon: after which Mr. GlDDI>'GS moved to SO into C??mmitt:?- of ; the Whole. Mr. Barn?r? asked him t? \v?thdrav? his mo? tion, that lie might introduce from the Judiciary Committee an important bill in relation to die summoning of witnesses and jurors in the '". S l'eu:'.. Mr. 'i. declined, and ??(???r f" trials on bis motion, no ntiorum voting, theTloiiseinl.jouraed, 03 Ralph Waldo E.uekso.v.delivers the last Lecture of hi? Course this evening at the Soi jet} Library'. Subject?'Prospects.' Those who-have heard him. hardly need be urged '><? attend now; but we entreat chose who have not, to embrace this last opportunity of listening to one of the most ori ginal an?! profound thinkers of the ai;e. C?J* The Lecture to ho given at the Elizabeth sr. Church this evening by II. Greelky, is sub\ ?rant ?ally the same one read by him three weeks ago in the Tabernacle. Those who hear?! it then will hot of course need to attend ii? repetition. 03"-"Windsor County, Vermont, hold, a Horn?' Industry (.'?invention on the 15th inst. Chittendcn County on the l?th. atid Franklin on the 25th, to speak to Congress and ?appoint Ddesates to thb National ? "onvmi'-ion ?L> Joui?' M'G?lUE. first captain of tlie maintop of the Macedonia, now at Fcnsacola, recently fell from the tnaintopsail yard, passing through the main hatch of the gun deck, and was -h injured that he survived but ? shori time. His shipmiit?s intend to erect a monument, to his memory. Casualty^?A man named \\. R. Smoot, said to be a twacher by profession, who was a passen? ger on the P. Miller, on her trip from .\. 0. l?> INaiciiituc'fiez, fell upon the flv-whijel and was tern to pieces. It was understood he was bound for Texas Ej'The Havana Republican, Chcmung Co. bv Barton Nye. itas been discontinued for want of support; It was a small but well conducted Whig journal. I'ui'M Florida.? The following i? from ihr cor rcsp?ndcticc o' the 5-avannah Republican; dated PlCOLAT.I, Mnr.'n i. Maj. Plympton succeedetl on the JTili tilt, in capturing;'Short Grass' and his party, consisting ot some seven or eight in all. They wcrebtviughl i- Pal?tka in the I". S. steamei Xewberri. There is some L'ou?! ground for * i ? ? : > i : i l' and believing that Maj. Bclknap will succeed in inducing As-svn-no cis'.? party to come in. This tribe consist?ofabout 100; o?'winun -onio 20 or '-'-"i nre warriors. Some three or four persons, women and children, were killed west of the Suwannee a few days sine? ? sum" of them with arrows. The party of Indian? consisted "of seven persons. Troops and citizen, cut in all directions in pursuit. Col. Worth is at 1'ilatka. ___^_ Ff.ARF.fL CaLAMITT.?We learn from the Kanawha Republican, that oh tlie 1.0th uir. Mi. William McClungleft his.peaceful habitation, his wife a tul four children, in tlie wilderness of Nicho? las county, Va. au?l went to Summcrville to trans, net sonic business, with un intention to return home that evening; but the mountain storm lie cat;?' ?o intense in the afternoon, that he declined doing^so. His wife and children having retired to rest, were alarmed at a late hour by the burn? ing of tln.'ir house. She escaped with her little ones from the violence of ;!'.'? devouring fir??but, alas.' nias.'.' ifwasonlyto perish.bythe peltiugs of the pitiless storm; The next ilr.y when Mr. Me Glum: returned home, and learned ta?r extent of his nin.ction, his mind gave .wav beneath ih-' ?!;'ok.\ n::? 1 he is now a maniac in close confine? ment. .\ ppiieriui- in Bnnkruptcy. : Sylv. L Mitchell, Xew-York. GeoJ Pultz,-Khinebeck. ' Job? Kl.l.-u... .io Hazanl Champliii, do I Mo?.-? liant, do Geo S Hewlett;.Rockaway. i Jobii S Briwrou, ?I?) .' A Lane, Jefferson Valley; j ?;... p Morris, ?io .->' I. Xewman, w^?t Farms. I Daniel H Turner, do J.>s:;iii lloyt, Brooklyn. ! IlriL'ti Hosrbes. ?io .\s.-i Pace, ?Jo I Francis JIahaflV, ?i?? Da-ii?-! C" Milb-r. do AI.m IJ Slwfcr," ??o Archer M.irtin-, f;r?-?iilius!i. Win K Hazl'jt, ? I*? Edm B Smitbj Sinithtown. Il'irac.-. Baconj do Daniel I. Thorp?', ICobt W ?nn?ls. ?Io Joan Bik'-r, ir. Henri-A Skier, ?Io T Gillender, Hv?lePark. Ebenezw It Df. do A.':'.--! Phillips/Rshkill. Dnvj.i H Robinson, ?l?> J,>??.ph D Stantial, Horace Billintr?, do Peter PoiJIon, T It P \ Varicdc, do David B Cook. Jeremiah <'>urn?-y, r?o K A Lansin?;, Tbrojrsneck. ?Lewis N .N.i?L..:r. ilo Hiram ?'eltman, Po-'k?L*epsia Ep-ii'.rti? Whiri'.-r, ?Io John K I'arni"!??. N-u1 - . trtl Wv.-.tt.jr. do John Dean,Middletowu. Win a Griizjr?. ?Io Alph.-u? K Tnnier. Brooklyn. .I.;s;"-rA Hoisintrton, do ?s B Johnson, Yorktowa Alanson H Cha??-. ?I?? O" Public ."Votier.?At a ?' a t?.-? J fui? emu: ol "IIO.MK LEAGUE^ of tlie State of New-York, convened ?it tiie Repository of di?.- American Itis-tititui?- in the City ???' New York, t!.- Dtb of M.irch 12IJ. it -.?:.? Resolved, That the Del?*2ates froroth?' varibnsj? our C<iu:itry to attend tii?' Horn?.- Industry Convention to l?e held ii tins Cay on 'J;- -5t!i ?lav of \; r.. next, be reqa? ?:? I to prepare and brine witli them to the ?aid Convention, a-, :.ii, -jtafisticsol tn?. Pr'.':1:.;?'?:'LaNir in th?-s?-?--;:.?;?-o:' -j;.. Coantrj thej resbecnvely renn sent, a? tli?-y ar?.- ;i\>\r t?. nr nlsb?andanybmerini?rinat?on they may iUxta propei i la:.! before -*'??'. Conven! ???? xithovA further n '? -. T. T?. WAKE3IA?*. ? HORACE *?T. JOHN. ? .. ADOMRAftl CHANDLER, ?"-??cutiv* w vt. CONSEEYEA i '"'"! ' w. c. LANGLEY. y. B. The Public J'jnrnixls i\rtni?hnut the Country friend. lu t? the objects of the ConrenUion. are rrqursted to girt '-.' tLtn'if n jrjno.'C'iJ insertion. HT Hoiue League.?At a meetiagof d?e L?.-n?ii?? on Wednesday evening, March 9th, it was Reiolrtd. That :be varions trades anc. ocenpations of t!:' City of New-York bereqii?sted to hold i7:--t::u-. ?f their respective callings, at a? early n p?'rio.? ^s possible, am point DeJsrgates, at l^isi three in naiulv-r for each class, i?, the Nat?onal Convention to be l?ol>i<?n in this Citv on tbe 5ih day of April next. j-j?sfi-gKU'j. gcacBgan ? a_i?j,,?-iimuij i us we "Vcvr-York ?Lii-s-l-iuir.'. ;? ? m I> r?K>.M: ? Die isual' ' ';? '? ' ? nas we: -? -ted and reports ? i Mr. F.u-i.km:i; broi gil! ti i " ' ' ; ?tl : ?? :. ? '" the N V.-Y ;\ ? " ' ~ [is ??? ? icripai ;>... : ?.-:.- a ??1st. ? : ? - -~: -??:?- - :.. pay tl st ??': ? '?? Stockissued to the Railroad Company; -??? *:i: it shall be completed widiia ! -.. >d. li within two -. ? after its con ? : turi pav the ..< - ? " ? '?'?' Tier ' '. ' ' -' fl ? '?? be State ' ? - '' tail t* ran ' - - ' rdeased irotrt. paying eithet of :' - - ' ' ' ' ? '.- . ' that t ?"-.'::'?:.? ?-?:-:.: ? I* ' : '. ' : - toll Co -- '-'tU ; ? ; ? moneys. This ' - to ?:. - ' ' .-.I. Vti'-"effort was ? "'?'' -.; - - - ? ' up his .....-..',- Loan. ? ' ? ? ; - The Sen no rcl ?cd ?..-"' -.-..:? ?':??.'?'' Sehn ?.-.-a !::;_- i -third time til Sena: i Is \ .-???- \ ?md ??;".. ? I ... ? i ! ! ? ' ? Bill wavraai u : ? ' u?scd. Cousi fj I i de debate t .1 :-.'-?:? - ' ' mittce of the V\ li de wns -m the I thcr - ' ' - ' ' ' ' :' Printing. The -:" wa ' ' ' i S s ? . ? ? ?: i mee I : Fu I ay ti t 10 V.M. Mr. !'!- R LSaOS orear*?, the C?.'tnuiissioiier?<if the Canal.Fuhdloi - re] I u"n the Ch.?: I. ?an. Carri ?? '...::.: the i-----! uions a?.lopt? I I ::?? bill extendii ..;" the B ttlalo and \i\ tea U ? > - I ' third time i- -i , -t?J . eral.private bi i:: Uto A--I-.M1.I.V. nelition ?wet te?l loi a ren? ul of the I un Laws. : eierri i ,. .,.. i'i'?iestio i; ri"?""ill People..o? ' l'.",\ f?; :' i the < "harti t* of the M It road, A ' A c Mr. I.OOMIS reported n :-;'; tl --; lav .-? -\ Licenci? - m ?thoui ''!.??-?'? :' ' ; abolishing all foes for rhfi N*? w-York ? -.'._ I - - ' 100 ii ' - : i .ii thit il lime ti ud p is-ed. Mr. M i< i v > moved ilmt til i.*.w-Y? School I'll! be refern l tu a which v. i ??!?"?;. He di< a special order i"i \\ ; ? la ce lence of all oil : I ? this resolul ion was "agreed ' ' : take precedence was lost. ' ? ? '? ? ? Vdji timed. OCF Pennsvl* am \ owe- -r-l. ?";. 115 contractors and laborers m hei public ??? ? O3 GenesEB County has elected '?' W-h ? to 5 l,iico-Foco Super* ?sors KIT \\ ro'u.vc county has el?.*ct?'il !J I..---- t-- ?> W liii! Supervisors. Ltf-Josinh and Samuel flider, two lads, ntit i and the other 1-1 years old, while ft-hiii'' from a skill'in the river ar Bl?ott?ticld, l'a., were carried ovt-i the ?lam and drowned tin.die - - * it ?nsuuit. DC/3 Alex. Mcl.?'ii<l is iu jai lut Niagara l"i lebt. St. I OU?S, Kfli. '.'?aii. iM.iv._Ouri.iirreii.-v L&uiavvrelcbeil state. Tin-Stan- itank of Illinois has oflatc furnished m il ?tilmir circulatm-* medium i and l?ir.?everal ?.-,?;... ?-;i?i!t lins heen ii!ii|er?t.ini'l that that Institution would soon thrown large amount "i Eastern Bills ot Exchange into market, anil nllliavt heen ?vaitiii-?-wttli ?rixiet". for. if-but. alas, t ? ? M'- lins burst, t!.- Buiik is .- \vn ' il h - k?ii iml its riott?? an no-A -'-Hum- in market al 30 ver ??>-i?;. -!;-i n?uii for '??'.- ? il'- '!:?*% . '"?! ?'-' w- ;?:- i'^ain i'.|:.'. .? 10 ?ell tin ,:;?.-.' i-'-nt.. *?> ibal lor evi i*y dollar, :-.'-i? ?nally --. .-.ill. I. . _?-?; aliout J'> pr 3(1 ct nts. W lint ?-. itb ??? w ill mend I not, but ili'-o- i- one satisfaction, t.'i.-. i-aiumi :.-.i ... ?I-I-I-. Trade generally ;? ratfirn nil. Tin i ; .? ;i I groat ii'in.tu.! .ir.- Sherman's M iliciiled I" I ? ? oil v ililRctilty ts to -.:??' t-noui.'li of lin m ;?> ?iipph ti. ? want*, o?'tlie coiiini?unty. 1 never.knevt anj ?in et? ??- untvewilly liki-u a- tin--- l."/.i-!i-.--?-. Tliej cut'i all ?? i - ;:-? lln?iii -?i ??hui tun'. ?'? km -? ?? uso inn :. ????'?' ?? il ? ;- -. wlicu it.took weeks to cllcct ?I - ?' ne in a few hour ' Sherman's l.-.'-m.-.-.. It. J. WOODWARD. Our neighbor of to?] v.- -?.:?'??: .- -i t! >? ?'? | ?ul in prosperity, with Wu I.?.,-???:?_??-. \v.? -..-.-.* -i?-?? as?iucl since, wie ii ne knew the' were r-*all\ vvlmt. claimed to h?. Mai- '? a v.r.itr''- nniinal, ami maUes -tr.ei:'.- n-e Of Ins own ..:?:--.-.-, ami tin." va: s art?, Aiid likes .- irtii ulai ty to v Some 'A-.w E rperiiii? til to fhn i ins pa ts -. This :?;:..- A.-.- ofOiMllt? - !??: loos? . Whi n dilR-r?'nt t;i!--t.t- find Uiwrditrcr? in mart-. What opposite di-coverics we i ive s? n ' (Sii*n? ..?' true -.- nius and empivpocki;*- | One makes n< -.? -.- ?- -, om n nilli i ne. One breiiki y-'ir bon es, ?ii.? them in th? ?rsocketv. Tin:* sung Byrwn, ibi bard, pulling and inimortaliV.in*: rill the"woniJerfuldiacovcrirs" ?? li - .-. , u."Sir Hum plircyDavey's lamp, by which coal.? are ?:ili .....-.? . . ati.l ?? Timimi !<?.'- Tl -:.v. I-," ?? \ . .-.-,?.-??- t?? -?:?? r..!---' down to "K-.ulan.l'? *Iac?s.?ar t-/.i." " la virtues, nothing eai ihly"couJi! ?arpas; i ? ?? Saw- tliine " incomparable nil," Jlaca*?ar.'' ?Jr. K.-iix Gouraud'? singular chcmii al di.?covei -.. foi per? manently erad ?eating hairy excrescence? from pi " man's upper lips; ami the superfluous hair ci ncenl broad.and elevated forehead, had not ihen ?Jawai? ? ?in- wi,!?!?!?. Ili'ei '?? ?'??. tile imm ??..,-. I . its virtues, ind handed it >l >wn to ,-??? rrii Y._T?e. It is deeply to be deplore?! tliat we have no pi is to im? mortalize tie- "wonderful ? 1 ? - ? ? *- - - r ; - - * " of the , lliereby surt'ering -ii'-h u-.-;i:l ?nventirm.? m tli il die.?treani ol time into the ??-.- i oblivion, u thought! Tr-i". -.Ti-ii.T..- >? oi ?? ? ? ? ? .-.ii? i hkve drunk deep ?Ir at Helicon's "Sacred l!li." hut they have -.- mm h and look ?lowu from their Pamas- .- . ??'??? th scorn on " woml? ?-.,?:- :????' ? . I ?; , .. _?? -, -? ,prij .. . ? ? .?? ...i:.-' Ue lii;- a? it may. There was a time, I ? . famL?liii r poet? wi hi Itave pr?stitu well, to have wr?- n ?-. ? til ?-. - ???.:?-. '? iii'ii the hero '?;' an epic j-.-iu, i bann '? him .i- an '. h lit ? or an .I!::-.!?. Hung? I tl - tlielmusic that ins] ??-? i I - ??>.---->.J *? - ' Ifappilj ..??;?.?--.'. ... - . ., ?leek, (at; and rosy-.-ilieti, ami ridi th? r"i' --.-?? ... and ?i*iii-.'li[:!v. Dr. y-)'.\ Gouraud being no pert, must tht-rel ire content iii-ii-i! w:tii ?iiiuilv jirot i.eiiiiiii to tl ? p-p^-, tlie united sati tyand'etEca? ?/'. in eradicating all hairy excrcscencas (no matte born)-from ttie human ?kin, trusting to '-. an?l tl ?? irponia..-???-. - . . -. Buteverv purcliaaermastbesure ?? I .''?? I numera'ile counterfeits are aliroa?L I - - - bad m the ? :-l e-tablbbedo?ice.?T7 Walker ?:. ine doo Broad? -.. ? ? : . ~ ?-; ? .,_ . ; Defr I'nkle?\v?..:; ?i. . ?:::.. :.. band, vou.'l lai I've got -ai.- ??? V-.-'rt. I t?xA your letter loK terd an he look'd <!:??m! -lad, an . I told biin I wanted sum thin to ?Jew, as bisness was ?lack down easL He look me riwMo Chapman's. 102 Wj liam ?;-- i.wln latTd, ivjien he ' I him J wavA?a i Downing'? ne?ew~ah wi -?-. . .... [ . ., : make an ?^erlastin fortin, the ?arl now sell them magic razor ?traps?ivaYork-l.- i ... . . ; have -.<. it a song tew, - ::???: ?? -.._ ./... .- \ ..,;. ;.,'?? ?vliich I w'.li you criulil bear nie ni*- out. The folks r round hurawin toi S?a . .i : . -. think it was the pre? ?-? .:. D. .. ., . ; ??? ??:::??anUi-ti I hand oat the ?traps and : .. -, ?? change. This ar.og is inaitiu me knone all ab it. 'l -. ? '.' ? " - - :...?? '?:. .?-:.-, uaul-iii- I ? ?? ? say thr-y'l ?-\- meten ? liars.'-Th -, .- ? ?? ,..?.?.-.. ?1?in then Mr. Atwell, that keeps > -rent music ?? Broadway, an prints my iTank? ) 1>--:..-, will a,..:., ,, : tor tl?t lew. 'TL-.nowtfie-.J2th ?JIar? ?., ?ma r - op illstanijfn -- I icb P ? --. When ????-. rite-moi berine.batdont tdl 61 my fort i; an -...,...-. | . :i:V"-i;. iourl'iviu nelTew. gl-All J'iNF-?. downtoVork. XZ" Do cnto .?the??, a- vr" v'ocld thcvsboalfl yon, wthe golden rait Therefor? wbenevt*r von fiml . triend who .- troableii wilh coatrh, cold, heailaeh?' ??i rit??or basa child aiaicp.il v ':. ?? ? -.nediati -:<.tn:i..-:i.i iaia or l.-rt., . ?.run :t;,.;-. . ' !'? ?? -- I ? ? ?? . ?? I? Broadwavvanrl ifyoriradt. :. . . the-c?mi you pres?*nhe tor*v?i:soon hav? to take to its heels I'etei ' -hilli/y svength?jnins pLister for th? I ick, breast, kc. ? abo-tfe best ?roc?e, oi the sort eve.' ..'?..vvr.. tooth,paste, as i- ??tinated byaJl the ?ientist?; cannot be eqaalieu ir. the country. I II? ?I I? II ?I ? IIMilH IM !??? lUHJMJ^. I ' ' ? ; ? - ? . un Sj .... - : ' ' ? ' . ?"??'?' : ? ... ... . v . ? . . . . . - ?- . . ? t; "- ' '" ! ? " "? - ? ' ' . - . r. of N, l?') ? ' \ ' - ? ? . : - . - -. ? ? ? - '? . M '! ? ? ; su II ... ? " - i ? : l?y l!:>- u ? . - i ( ; - :..: ? - . . ? ' : ? KaipI) Waldo IC?lcr??OU-> I I ? i ? M . !' - - ! ? - ? ' > iol -u ?? 4. . :?- '.??? , :.'?-.|.. ?vill i ol I II : ? ;' > . . ' ' I : ? - - i . i ?. ! : . ?.?. i- .. . ?i ... . .1 m s - .- - . . ,:???? !" Slnvve-:in< Rjii?f ?t u t<?. I ' "? ' l'IONM?, l h.. ? . .. ??'?? \- : i .i .i., i ?? : i v?!' "?- i : i , ? >ir. JNil.AV. s. UOWs i i ? '? ! I ? . ?? i ? t ? N. ! ' I t.) i , ? i l.i - ? 3.?mi? & (.'<??'. F a ?h ion. Surin?* 1.S-3? .....-:? . Il :>,,-. ; .<- :> v-?'i ?i>e: ns?>i : "... -i :* ?;.in:;..i:itii'-. .f ?:,*.-. ..,;.? l ? i "?? - - - ? '.' ? . . ? . . . ; ? . '? , ? ? : ...: ' - .... . . ?;t!;i>. ?..'.? ? '. ', ' n en:?; ! '? ( ..:-" V| li I?!, Ml ?Ke.?tIeiiie?.-'-< S7.:!?-, i .. ? -, ii , . nival !''?.;.';>. i.? ; ml i ? -'-. ! ? r' "? Vittl i. !'.. ??.. i.S'I ' I n ? ilion Moleskin. ? -? nit! tl ? -' Sprint: Style? ' ?'' "?' "? '"HI .v CO-.iV?' |] ?.... v. ?n?,.| |oth? ? 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