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THE OREGON' TREATY OFFICIAL.
The Free 5avigation of the Columbia Sur?
BRITI8II OFFER OF TOF.DIATIOlY
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[ Wo are indebted to Haxnde.v Ac Co. for a very early
copy of ' Willmer & Smith'e European Time*' of Jely
4th, which they obtained In *ea*on for the night train
from Beaton by great exertion. We compile from It the
following digeated aumroery of tbe Foreign New* ]
Lord Johs Russell is of conraethe new Brit?
ish Premier. Hia administration is composed aa
Lord Chancellor.Lord Tottenham.
President of the Council...Marqula of Lanadowne.
Lord I'riry Seal.Karl of Mlnlo.
Secretary for the Home Department.^' (leorge Grey.
Secretary /or the t'orevjn Oepartnmt Viscount Palrnerston.
Secretary for the Colonies.Earl Grey.
First Lord of Vie Treasury.Lord John Ruaacll.
Chancellor if the Krrltet/uer.Mr. Charles VVood.
Chancellor of Vie Iturhy of Lancasterisird Campbell.
Paymaster (ienerai.Mr. Macaulay.
lYoooV and Fores's.Vlacount Morpelh.
I'ost'iKss'er-O'enerat.Marquis of Clanrlcarde.
Hoard of Tirade.Earl of Clarendon.
Hoard of Control.Sir John Hobhouse.
Chief tstcrtlary for Ireland.Mr. Labouchero.
Admiralty.Earl of Auckland.
NOT OK THE CABINET.
Master nf Vie Mint.Right H<-n. It L. Shell.
Serrttary-at- War_.Hon. Kol Maule.
Atlornev-'Jeneral.Sir Thomas Wilde.
Lord Advocate.Mr. A. Rutherford.
Solicitor Ocneralfur Scotland.Mr. T. Maltland.
L"rxl Lieutenant nf Ireland.Karl of Besb..rough.
Commander in-Chief..Duke ot Wellington.
Master Ocneral of tht Ordnance ... .Marquis of Anglesey.
The Tiinca say*. Mr. Cobdcn. tho able head of the
? Anti Corn Law League,' would have been offered
n place in the Cabintt had not hi* impaired health
and finance* forbidden. A substantial testimonial
?probably not less than $000,000?is to bo raised
by subscription and invested! in a princely estate for
him. Peel paid him a great compliment in his speech
resigning office as tho real author of the recent
changes in the Commercial policy of the country.
Mr. Bright,his colleague in the Corn Law agitation,
? to have a responsible place in tho Government,
and Mr. Wilson, Chairman of the League, an ap?
Among the last acts of Peel were the elevaiiou of
Lord Francis Kgerton to tho Peerage and the crea?
tion of a few Baronets, among them the elder Glad?
stone fallier of ihe Secretary for the Colonies.
Sir Hohen made a great speech on tho 30th alt
on surrendering the Government. He intimated u
belief that he might have retained power by a dis?
solution of Parliament, but he considered that nn ex?
treme measure for which there now existed no suf?
ficient necessity, though he should have resorted to
It unhesitatingly if the Lords had thrown out the
Corn-Law bill. He considered it proper that a
Ministry which had changed its ground so radically
as his had uono should loso othYe thereby, so as to
destroy all excuse for imputations of deserting their
principles to retain their places. His Cabinet had
always expected, whether defeated or successful
in their Tariff propositions, to vacate their offices in
consequence. Ho scouted us every Statesman
should the wretched chaffering of Reciprocity Trea?
ties, and maintained ibat each Nation should legis?
late for itself and in view solely of its own condi?
tion and resources. Though inclined generally to
Free Trade principles, he says,
"1 shall not urge any auch atmulunnoua and precipitate
adoption of them a* may be either really Injunou* to in?
terest*, Iroin special circumstance*, entitled to some
continued protection ; nor shall 1 urge any such raah
and precipitate adoption ot them aa would incur tho rlak
of deranging the finance* of the country."
Ho counsels a liberal policy toward Ireland,
amounting in spirit to an equality of rights aud pri?
vileges, and woald have appointments to office
made without distinction between Catholics and
Protestants. Ho adds.
" I for one, am prepared to cooperate with those who feel
the present social condition ot tho people In reapect to
tbe tenure of laud, and tbe relation between landlord
and tenant, to be one tbat deserves our Immediate and
cautloua conatderailon. (Cheer* ) 1 tbtnk It may be
impossible, by legislation, to apply any immediate reme?
dy to the itato ol things which unfortunately prevail* In
thai country j but even if the benefit U remote, If It 1* ot
permanent character, ao far from being deterred from
moaeurrta calculated to afford a remedy, tbe dlalant
period at which ihe benefit may be derived ought to
operate a* no discouragement to us to ?pp'y our mind*
mo*t???dulou*ly and Impartially to the consideration of
the ?ubject. (Loud cheer* >"
The Minister proceeds to congratulate Parliament
on the state of the Country, on the general existence
of peace and amity, especially with France, and on
the settlement of the Oregon Question. He pays a
high compliment to the Secretary for Foreign Af?
fairs, Lord Aberdeen, for his exertion* to settle this
limner amicably, and expressly asserts that ihe pa?
cific expressions attached by our Senate to the Notice
rcsolutiona induced the Ministry lo make the offer
which has resulted in a aoulenient He proceeds lo
give the following as the important sections of the
Oregon Treaty, which of course removes all doubt
on the subject:
?? From the point on the -UUh parallel of north latitude,
where the boundary laid dowu :n existing treaties and
couvetitton* beta-esn Great Rritaln and the United State*
terminates, the ltn*of boundary between tho territories of
her Britannic Majesty and those of the United States ?hall
he continued westward along the said 49th parallel of n..rth
latitude to tho mtddleof the channel which separates, the
continent from Vancouver's Island, and thence southerly
throagh the middle of the said channel, and of Kuca's
Strait*, to the Pacific Ocean ; provided, hewever. tbat the
navigation of the said channel and strait*, south of tbe *>.-.
parallel of north latitude, remain tree and open to both
S. -From the point at which the 4?th parallel of Xorth lat?
itude shall be found to lutersect the great Northern branch
of the Columbia river the navigation of the ?aid hranch?h*il
be rrce and open to the Hudson'* Bay Company, and to
all British subject* trading with the him. to the point
where tbe tald branch meets the main stream of tbe Co?
lumbia, and thence down the s??d main stream to the
ocean, with free access into and through the said river or
rivers, it being understood that al! the usual portage*, aloog
the llue thus described aba!! In like manner be free and
open. In navigating the said river or river*. British sub
jects. with their good* and produce, ?hall be treated on the
same footing at citizens of the 1'ntte-i States, ft being, bow
ever, always understood that nothing In this article shall
be construed as preventing, or intended to prevent, the
Government of the United State* from making any regu?
lation* respecting tbe nAvlga'lon of the said river or riv?
ers, not iocensUtent with the present treaty."
Here it will he seen that there ia no limitation
tchatever u> the term of the British free navigation
of the Columbia ; and the following letter from the
British Envoy at Washington ahowa that the term*
were accepted precisely aa transmitted:
??Washington, Jane 13, I Sab".
u My Lord.?tu conformity with what I had tbe honor
to state In my dispatch No. 68. of the 7th Instant, the Pres?
ident seat a niessag? on Weuneauay but to tit* Senate, ?
?uhaxlttiog tor the opinion of that body the dTAB*;bt of? I
BY GREELEY & McELRATH
tol. ti. rro. sr.
convection for the settlement of" the Oregon ..net- :'
tlon, which 1 wax instructed ?>? your lorithip'i ditpitcb,
No. 19. of the ISth of May. to propose for the acceptance
of the United Statet.
?'Alter after hurt' deliberation '.n each of the three
days, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, the Senate by a
majority of 3ii votes to 12. sdnpttx! yesterday evening a
resolution advising the President accent the terms pro?
posed by her Majesty's 'lovemmer.v. The President did
not hetltate to act on this advice, and Mr. Buchanan ?c
cordiagly sent for roe ibis morning, and Informed me that
the Conditions offered by ber Msjesty's Governrcect were
accepted by the Government of t?e United States, without
the addition or alteration of a tingle word.
" i have the honor to be, Ac B. FAX EN HA M.
" The Right Hon. the Earl of Aberdeen. X. T., Ac."
Hiring staled that the apprehended collision be?
tween this coontry and Mexico ia no manner affect,
ed the desire of the Ministry to settle the Oregon
Uuestion and that Pakenhan: did right ia acting; on
that presumption, the Premier proceeds :
" Now let m? tay, and I am sure this House will think
1 It to the credit of my noble friend, that oa the occurrence
of these hostilities between Mexico and the United States,
'? before we were aware of the reception which this offer or.
our part would meet with, the flrtt packet that sailed
tendered to the United Slate? the vtT..-r ??' v.:r i >1
for the purpose of mediating between them and the Mexl- '
can Goverament. (Loud cheers )"
Sir Robert closed very effectively as follows :
"It msy be that I th'i' leave a name tometlmei
remembered with exprettlont of good-will In those
placet which sre the abode ef men whose lot It It to la?
bor, and to earn their dally bread by the sweat of their
brow?a name remembered with exprettiont of good- j
wi:l. when tbey shall recreate their exhausted strength
with abundant and uutaxed food, because it is no longer
leavened by a tense of lrjaitlce." (Loud and voclfe
He moved an adjournment to Friday, to give the
new Premier time to prepare for meeting Parliament,
which waa agreed to.
The Cora and Customs modification bills have be?
come lawJ, and will not trouble the new Ministry.
Sugar will be the immediate difficulty of the new
Premier. Tbe present duties expire at the end
of a month, and the Free Traders will insist on a re?
peal of all discrimination between tbe Free and ibe
Haydon, tbe Historical Painter, bas committed
suicide, in consequence of pecuniary embarrass?
ments. He had previously written to several em?
inent men for assistance, but received little. Peel
sent him ?50, and after bis death sent i.200 to his j
family and gave one son a place in the Customs.
The news by this arrival is not iavorable to our
exporters of Flour and Grain. Tiie new Corn-Law
has not improved prices but the contrary, aod the
decline in price has led to an increase of duty under
tbe continued sliding scale.
The London Times, in a strong and triumphant
article on the Oregon settlement, says:
?' The navigation of the Columbia It perpetually, net
temporarily, as hat been erroneously asserted by the Amer?
ican prints, secured to ut." ."
Russia has been revising her Tariff, and the re?
sult is hailed by tbe British Press as a triumph over
Protection, but untruly. Tbe reductions are almost
entirely made on Dyes, Spices. Coffee, Ate- Ac.
which aro calculated to favor rather than depress
her Home interests, and all the duties continue to
be Specific, and computed on the weight t>f the arti
clo Imported. The only concession of any moment
is on certain Cloths, which are henceforth to pay
2 90 silver Roubles per pound instead of 3 00.
France exhibits little of interest. The Paris
journals have been very busily discussing the Mex
ican War. from which each predicts results accord?
ing with its wishes. L'Epoque, a powerful jour?
nal, understood to bo under the influence of Guizot,
denoooces the rapacity of Polk and broadly inti?
mates that France should prevent the absorption of
Mexico by the United States. The Journal des De
bat?, the leading Ministerial organ, takes the same
ground very strongly. On the oilier band, the Rev?
olutionary organs, the Presse, Sn'ionsl and Siede,
rather contend that France ehonld favor the ron
qnest of Mexico by the United States in order to
build up a more powerful rival to Great Britain.
Kugcno Sue has commenced the publication of a
now romance,entitled " Martin on L'Enlant Trouvb."
Some troubles have taken place at Nancy, occ-a- -
tloned by the doarnest of bread.
The openiug of the Great Northern Railway,
which unttet Paris and Hniivls, took place on Sunday,
the 14tb Instant, with great pomp, parade and magn'r!
ceriee. The railway hat since been Opened for trull:,-.
When Its embranchment shall be completed it will be
the most cjgamlc railway concern In tbe hands ol any
one company In the world. It will havo need of 3,230 j
cerrlaget and 175 locomotives. It has taken four yeart
in constructing, and hat cott IPO.000,000 francs.
A commercial union between France and Bel- '
glum it talked of
Royal ordinances of a recent date regulate the
treatment of tlavet In French colonies en allendani their '
total emancipation. Tbey provide that the tlavee tha'.l
be well led. clothed and protected . that tbey shall have
one dBV in the week free to labor for themselves ; tbat
they tball not be put ia iront; not whipped In pabtlc. .
never to receive more than fifteen blowt at a time, and
that only tlx boun after tbe otfeace committed : the old
and lntirm tlavet to be maintained by their matten, Ac.
The New Corn Rill.
The New Com Bill, (9th and 10th Vic. cap. 22) ?
came into operation on the 27th ult. and the dutlet pay?
able under it. until tbe ltt ol February, 1848, are as fol?
//" Imported from any Foreign Country, not being
a British Possession.
Wheat. Fiona & Wheat Meal.
Average Prire. Duty. Per Cirt. t>/l'.'6/f.
under 4*s.lUa.3s 5jd.St 0 B32 ?
4Ssand undor 49s. ft,.3, i?j.sj_:4i
49s ? 50i. Si.ft !)d .4t IMM
50t ? Sis. 7s.2t 4,1.4t -j-17
5lt .. 53t. n?.ft om.:is 7-10
S2t ? 53t.5s.Is hid.5s 0-3
53s and upwards . 4s.It 41d.-Jt 4-28
If the produce of or Imported from any British posses?
sion out ol Europe
Wheat, barley, bear, or bigg, oats, rye, peas and beans,
the duty shall be for every quarter It.
Wbeatmeal. barleymeal. oatmeal, ryemeal. peameal.
and bean meal, the duty thall be for every cwt i\d.
Oa and atier the ltt ol February, 1H9, ibe duties here
after named shall be paid, viz :
Upon all wheat, barley, bear, or bigg, oats, rye, peat,
beam, tor every quarter Is.
Upon all wiieatmeal and dour, barleymeal. oatmeal,
ryemeal and dour, peameal and beanmeal for every cwt
4;.i : and to In proportion for a less quantity.
Ikon.?The market ior Iron is still at prices nom
laaily sustalaed. but tbe contracts ler raiiwsy iron am
rapidly being worked out in Wales, aad there are other
tymptomt of ao early decliae ia the trade. The calcu?
lation that 4000 nutlet of railway will be taaetioned be?
fore the di eeof the eeation ol Parliament, It now thought
by some partle* to be vague, as aay guide to tbe course
Irish Coercion BUI.
On Thursday, the 25th, the adjourned debate on ;
I the second reading of the Protection of Life (Ireland |
' Bill, and Sir W. Somerville'e amendment thereto.
i was resumed by Mr. Stafford O'Brien, who. re
gardincthe queetion as one of confidence in the Gov
ernment. would not do otherwise than vote against
- the bill. On a division there appeared?
For tbe amendment against the second reading of the
Against It.. . ... 219
Majority against the bill aad against the Government. ~73 j
! Composition of the Hoist or Commons ? !
From tbe analysis e: the ttrettloa on the l.-sh Coercion
; Bill, It appears that 8*1 w;? rt and Reformers voted against -
, tbat measure; that le" paired ou ?Reinst it; thai 5 voted
for it, ar.d that 36, Including; tbe Speaker aad two tellers, i
did not vote either way. This makes the whole strength
In the Liberal party in tbe present House ofCommoas 2T 2 !
votes. From tbe same anal* sis :t appears thai 70 Pro'.ec- |
tionisu voted against the bill; s paired off against It j 106 j
voted for it, aad 56 did not vote at all. This give* ? tot?; ;
ot 240 Protectionist votes. From the tame ?naiv?:*:-.
ther appears that ICS PeeUtes voted in favor of the met*,
are ; 1 against It : tbat 1 was absent, and ihat :t pa re.:
off against the measure. Thit gives .. tetal of 196 Peel
: Ites. It likewise appears from this analysis tb.tt the Eng.
Ush majority against the sreond reading of the bill was ,">6 ;
the Scotch msjoriiy S"; and the Irish majority 17; ar 1
, that the Welsh memberi gave a ma.ior::> 0: 9 in favor of
; the bill.
1 reit ml.
An effort is being made in Cork to raise a life
annuity of ?700 for Falber Mathew. tbe apostle to tern
Oa Wednesday week three men. belonging to
the echooeer Anne Semple, at Limerick, were killed by '.
drinking tbe water of tbe Shannon, poisoned by the
sewers trout tbe gssworks aad other msnafactones.
Execution of Three Men.?On the 26th a!t
Patrick Hayes, aged 21 years, aad Patrick Rice, atred 22,
were executed at Nensga. for coasplring to murder the
late Patrick Clarke. Eeq. After their bodies were cut
down, William Fogarty. aged 25, underwent the same
dreadful punishment, for shooting at. with Intent to kill. ,
Mr. M Donald. a steward in the slate quarries in that part
of the county of Tipperary.
Prosecution or the " Dublin Nation " Ne wj
patxa,?The prosecution instttnted by the Govern meal .
against the Nation newspaper, for the publication of ,
a seditious libel, bu failed, as the jury were unable .
10 ?jree upon a rtu^tet, and ware OQa^ttsmtij dJ> 1
cbsrjed on Thursday inst. The alleged ?bel eonsired
ia an" article publl*hed in the Nation, pointing out the
method* by which troopa transported opon rm.waya
might be mccesifttly attacked by tjen: peasant*.
A Cha5ob.?A: Maynooth, the improvements
under the new Parliamentary jrant are surprising.?
fjrand walk* are nr.w v. be t^a where a few rr.cr.lh?
ago atagnant poola emitted tbrtlr feeud smeii. delpb
ware has Seren aubstiruted for tbe ?? pewter platter" by
the inapeetora. and the new winai are to be comnaece-d
next month. The exercise gTound has been ?Ja& '.m
prored; the ball courts. Ac. is excellent order. AH
the portera, dec. of the Coi.ege bare llTery now tat the
Scpplt of IsdiasMeal at Cop.k?Sucfi is and
has been the extenalre demand for this articie through?
out tbe country. liDee the pries was fixed at ?10 per
ton. that there haa been leaned from the Government
dep?t at tbe Lee Mills. In this city, one thouaand r na
per week to the aeveral relief commttteee who receive
auppiies; that is ten thousand pounda worth if Indian .
meal per week ia laaued from Cork alone, to make up
for the deficiency caused oy the failure in last year a
potato crop, independently of the amount ao."i by im?
porters, on private account, which, however, we nave
no opportunity at present of ascertaining, but. which,
we are asaured. muat be very onaideraoie. A cargo of
yellow meal, in prime condition, was .ast wae? uiTered
to the relief committee a: 30s. pe? q a arte r. or anon:
per ton. and. fr?m the extensiv? importations that have
taken place, and tbe prospects of an eariy and abundant
harveat. and the reduction m pr.ee t other bread aturis.
the pr.ee la expected to fall still lower.
Repeal Associatio5 ?The weekly meeting of
this body was he'd on Monday, the 22nd nit. Mr. j. O'Neill
In the chair, a letter was read from Mr O'Connell de?
nouncing several of the repeal wardana of Manchester and
tbe neighborhood (or " availing themselves of their situa?
tion as wardens to encourage indecent an*, violent hostility
to the decision of the Catholic Bish .p." and desiring the
expulsion of J. B. Treanor and ? Finnegan from the as?
sociation. In allusion to the dissensions which have re?
cently been manifested among the member*. Mr. O'Con?
nell aaya, " It is manifest that tbe great majority of the
Repeal Association most exert themselves atrenunHSly to
support the association, or the persoas to whom I allude
will divide Its ranks, and. finally, de?troy the association
itself. For my poor part, I will not b* ar, idie spectator of ?
aoch a struggle. 'Tis tnte that the people may be induced
to desert me, b'it I never wffl desert the people. I per?
ceive that It !??I will not nse the proper term?but I will
say, moat unhandsomely suggested, that, in the event of
the Whigs coming into power, the repeal cause :a to be
abandoned, or postponed, or compromised. I utterly der.
the aaaer.lon. While 1 live, the repeal cause shall never
be abandoned, postponed, or compromised to advance any
persons tc power, to sop port any party or faction." The '
letter proceeded to direct that the declaration algned by him
in Irl5 and the resolution* then passed should ??? read, and
resolution* proposed In his name to have the said d"c!ara- I
tlon and rules framed and bung In tbe pass.ig*s of the hall.
In order to ailence the clap-traps of juvenile orators.
A letter wsj also read from Mr. William Smith O'Brien,
suggesting, with the concurrence of Mr O'Connell. In
lieu of the proposed public entry and dinner to hlmaelf, a j
public procession and national festival on the 6th of Sep
tember, the anniversary of the liberation of Mr. O'Con?
nell and his f'ilow-prisoners. Mr. Richard O'liorman. Ju?
nior, roae, a* one of the juvenil? orators alluded tr, by Mr.
O'Connell, to repel an unjust and most undeserved accusa?
tion, and clear his character fr-im a foul stsln. He com?
plained that he and Iii? fnet.da had been denounced as
llnrs and traitors to ih? Iri?fi cause, and most especially
that they had heard nothing of the tone and character of
Mr. OVonnell's letter until it whs read In pabllc. If It
were true, as stated by the Mail, that Mr. O'Connell had
said that all that Ireland wanted waa a real union with
Kngland, then Mr. O'Connell was no Ct leader for that as?
sociation or the people of Ireland; and yet. for denying
that it was true, he and his friends had been charged by
Mr. O'Connell with attempting :o create dltcensf ns In the
association. Mr. T. F. Meagher, Mr. Mitchell, and Mr. |
Doher.ey spoke in the same -train. Mr. O'Mahnney dep?
recated the course of the Young Islanders as one most det?
rimental to the cause. Mr. O'Reilly alluded to the articles
In the Dublin Nation as conveying most unfounded insinn
atlOIU "gainst Mr. O'Connell. Captain Broderiefc depreca?
ted dlsaenslon, and the matter was ultimately arrancel for
the time by a declaration on tho part of Mr. I) Deny and
his friends, tt at the Imputation of treachery did not apply
to any member of ihe association. Shortly afterward.
Alderman Delabunty banded in Jt20 from the Old IsUl I
ers of Watcrf.rd. on which Mr. Mitchell rose and nsked.
"? Who are the Old Islanders '-" Alderman Delahonty
" The Old Islanders are those who follow O'Connell and
make him their guide and prophet." Mr. Mitchell: " Then
we are all Old Islanders." Alderman Delahnnty ? "Then ;
tbete can be no harm In ualng the phrase." A letter was
read from Mr. R. I.e Poer Trench, resigning the office of
Inspector of repeal warder? In South Lancashire. Tbe
week'* rent was announced to be ,?107 Iis. 7d.
At the meeting- on the 29tta nil. a lone letter from
Mr. O'Connell was read, in which he allu !<-d to what the
new Mlniairy should do for Ireland. Mr. Smith O'Brien,
who was present, moved tbe Insertion of Mr. O'Connell'?
letter on the uiinuiis. and alluded to the resignation of
M.I.utvrs as a most fortunate occurrence. Mr. (.irattan
followed Mr. O'B-ien, and told Lord Joliu Russell that lie
would have to vote a million sterling to erect Catholic
chapela In Ireland; and contended that without repeal there
could be no peace or prosperity in the countrv. A letter
from Philadelphia, signed '? R Tyler." enclosing JTIO, the
subscription of the Repealer* of that city, was read and
entered on the minutes : after which the rent for the week
was announced to be Ji'-'^y l.Ss. !< !. and the meeting ad?
The dissolution of the Cortes, in the course of
next month, la confident,y expected. Many depotle*
hare already quitted Madrid to lake measure* for secur?
ing their reelection.
Attempts have, been made by certain political re?
fugee* to create an iniurrection at Catalonia, but without
Railways are being pushed forward actively, and
tho electric telegraph is to be estajllsbed to the princi?
pal towns, and trom Madrid to Lisbon.
Ratifications of tho commercial treaty between
this country and the republic of Venezuela have been
The question of the Uueen's marriage continues j
to be warmly agitated, but nothing new respecting It hat
occurred. Affair*, generally (peaking, are very dull, and
tho heat 1* intense.
Belgium.Bkussels, June 19.
Some trouble* have iahen place at Nieuport. in j
which about a acore of persona were aeverely wounded.
The cauae ot the disturbance, was the refusal of the .
General commanding the town to permit a Literary So- '
clety to enter it. headed by drums and trumpets.
Our Ministry still maln?ina its ground. The proceed
loga In the Ctiambera have of late possessed little or no
Holland....Tue Ha cor,Jane28. j
Fearinc that tho hostilities between the United
Slates and Mexico may be injuriou* to Dutch commerce,
our llevernment ha* ordered a naval division to proceed
to the United States, and thence, it necessary, to tbe
Mexican coast to protect our merchants and their prop?
erty. The division will set aaii from Flashing on the 1st
ot July tin tho same day another division will go to
Southern America, and subsequently to Batavia.
The Evangelical Synod, now assembled, has pre?
sented an adore** to the King, thanking him for baring
convoked it. Tbe King replied with feeling and recom?
mended the Synod not to confine its deilDeratlon* on tbe
?t?te of the church to Pru**ia alone, but to extend
them over the whole of Christendom. The profeaaed
object of the Synod la ?? to de!:berat? on the wants of
the Kvangelicai Church, and on ihe b??l meana of sat?
The second Chamber of Hanover has petitioned
against the maintenance of large standing armies, and
pr-opo?ed * great reduction ot tnem within the Germanic
Confederation. The higher Chamber, however, rejected I
the proceeding* of the lower on the ?ubjeet.
The States of Saxony have been closed. The
King promised that publicity In judicial procredinea should,
for the future, be acceded, ?tili certain restrictions.
Now that the English Parliament has terminated
the let ates on the Com 1>:11 and the Taritf, the discussions
of the Zollverein, as to amendment* in Its Tariff, w..l
shortly be commenced.
Emigration lo the United States is going on most
extensively, la some placet the greater part of tbe inhab?
itants of villages have taken their departure, and. in one
instance, the people of < nc village, (in Heste.l young *_?:!
old. male and icniaie. have gone ?'i rmusr Tne ie?i.-e for
emigration is still raging, to such an extent, that farmera
are selling off their little properties at a loss of from SO to
25 ?er cent. ?- _ ?
The Cantons are prepartt.g tbe Instructions of their Dep?
uties at the Diet, the proceedings of which premise to be
very stormy. The v, hole country, ur nearly ao, i* tr. a very
Italy.M lax, June 2".
The Government ot" Naples has caused reductions
of 15 percent, to be macie on merchandise arriving at
Briade*. and Introduced at Kreec*. Berti Fogga. Campo
Ba*?o and Chieii; for otaer province* the redaction 1?
10 per cent; for Naples and Palermo 2 per cent.
Considerable agitation re;c^? throaefcot:: s. I:*. ;?
The Austrian Government i* so much in dread of It. mat
it has ve-y considerably augmented Its torce* at Aacona
and other places.
Russia... Sr. PiiTka-iLkeH. J-,n- D
Notwithstanding ihe recent successes of the Rus?
sian arm*, the Caueaaiana are far from being aubdu-d.
A new expedition againa: them i* re*olved upon, and t: ;*
said that the Emperor i* determined to make a war of
Tbe prison of Warsaw is m be enlarged, the
number of political orlendera being grsatiy increa*ed.
and still Increasing.
The Empres* has returned from ?pjy.
Intelligence from Constantinople to the :th and
from Smyrna to the 5th Bit ha* been rwre-ved. Owing
to the Intervention *f the Engliah and Rusiian Eabas
?sdor*. it 1* cupposed that the d?Srui?es which itood In
the way of the immediate conclusion of the Treaty be?
tween Persia and the Parte had been got over. In
Smyrna several bankruptcies had taken place.
The following is an extract frcca a leuer received
on the 27 tn nit. by an eminent Mercantile House la Liv?
erpool, under date ? Opcrtc. 2tXh June. 1S4?":'
'' From the voluntary dispersion of the guerilla force ,
from around this city, there Is every likelihood of things
n*unf; amicably settled tftrough*ut the country. Indeed,
OFFICE TRIBUNE BUILDINGS.
ORK. MONDAY .nOR>T\C. JCLY
within these :ew dsyi pttt. t rauch ?r-ai?r degree et i
c-rndecce :u br-c ?ar.wc . aad if :i-> ? rernaaeal
nly ?c: wr.n -a-rrj and good faith, we thai:, no doubt. ,
have a mach mere che-.'-.si p-oipec: -rs .ose before at
than we hsv? had for terse time patL"
Marshal Bsreand and the Dac D'Aaaaie arrived
at Or an ca the 10th. and sen: act immediately for Pierasa
? "Saiaoaat. General Ger.ti: returned to A cren on the
loth, for the valley? of the "ss?r aad Ameuraouas. A can
vary irons '"rereral tu-: -. ? - ?- :::. proceed.rg from the
country of the Soukaras to Boa*. w<-.h twenty ;ve slci
aad ernttndl'. vi* attacited Ruj-ei-Giaseur by six t.r.
dred Arabs, the escort put u ~ ?z:, ar '. the s:cx ar.d wind?
ed ntaaascred. Amcur the latter were three cfi?cers. M.
Noel. Captain of Hussars; M Castel'I. Surgeon-Major, and
an Arah named Hetr.xraoui. >ab-Lieutenant of theSpafcit.
General Rtaion, or. hearir.c o*the occurrence, marched to
Rts-el-Ga-saeur. killed two hundred, individuals of the
tnbe guilty of tae riaassrre. burned ail tha^r an 1
captured twelve thousand head of cattle.
Marshal Bugeaad returned to Algiers from Oria rn the
14th. The Iiute Ii'.tumale bad acc.-mpaaied h:x as far
as Djitama 1 liuzaouat. aad they left :or T:err.cea fr?h
The .V-t* '/. . aider i f January 24, announces
'.hat the two insjrcent chiefs. Ktii and SCaw-.ti. bad been
di?piri:ed by the capture >"! their pxh. or intrenched vi,,
lace, on the 11th of January, that they had prevailed or.
Nene, who hid acted Against them la favor ol the British
coverr.ment, :o proceed to Auckland. In crier to intercede
la their behalf. They threw themselves wholly on the
mercy of the Governor, ar.d eirrcssed themselves ready to
resign the:r lands, and allow him to dictate the terms en
which peace and order should r>e restored. It was under?
lines! that (roveraor Grey wr.uld aot confiscate their lands,
and that a full pardon won!.! be created. According to the
Anr-Zt. ander. Nene would return to the Bay of lalands,
and peace would soon be permanently established ia that
district. The blockade would have been removed from the
northern ports oa the Is: of February, and the customs re?
established. 2CK1 troops would remain there with the Race?
horse aad Osprey atea-of-war.
Since the eailms of tbe " Medway." accounts
nave been received by the overland mail from Bombay to
the 20tb of Msv. which contain no news of ttrlting lnte>
rest. The principal point of intelligence relates to the
proceedings of the Lahore government, which, on the oc?
casion of a slight disturbance, gave str-ng proofs of Its
resolution to put down all it'.eopu a: revolt. A Rritish
sentiEel, in endeavouring to prevent a drove of cattle
front entering; a street cr:w led w:;h bacgasc, wounded a
cow la tbe nose. The cow retrie a sacred animal In the
eyes of tboSlkhs, a disturbance was caused; the tbops
aad h'ou?et of the neighboring ?treeis were closed, and the '
tuperstitious zealots, getting on the tops of the hsuses,
threw stones and other missiles on the British officers and
soldiers who sought to appease the tumult. The Lahore
authorities soon brought about tranquillty, apologised to
the British residents and to the ofilcers. se'sed some of the
rine;?adc.-s, and hanged one or two Brahmins or. the fol?
Sir John Davies had an interview with the Chi?
nese Commissioner, Kevine, etrly in the month, and It Is
understood that arrangements were msde f^r the vaca ing ;
of Cbusan, though tue particulars have not been made '
Sir John Davics visits Chusan in May. and the ,
British troops in garrison will bo ?ithdrawn before he re?
turns to Hong Kong. It is to be tipped, however, that
Chusan win continue open to the vessels of torelcn nations
? not that It it of Irnpottance as a market, but simply as a
port to refit, or as a harbor of refuge to vessels damaged
by ?irers of weather.
Arrh ai.s roots' thi I 'kited States.?Since the
departure of the Britannia we have bad at lea-t two every
important arrivals. The Great Britain, which sailed from
New-York on the bill June, came steaming up the Mersey
In gallant Ityle, 00 the morning of the Tla, msklng the
voyage <n 13 days am! a half. The Important news which
?he brought was published in the London Morning papers nt
the 23d. The steamship ILberaia. Captam Rvrie, trom
Boston and Halifax, arrived here on Sunday last. Jnae 'fli.
a: uooii, Includtnc the call and detention at Halifax, in
about HJdays. On the rece.pt of our papers by the HI
liernla, we dikpatched a tpeolal engine to London, and htd
all the news respecting the settlement of the Oregon ijues- ,
tlon. the Mexican War. A c.publ!?hed in the Lou.lon morn?
ing papers of the 29th, twslvo Imure In advance ol the
mails. Yesterday tho Silas Holmes reached the Mersey
;ust as we were making up our expresses for London ; and,
through the attention of Captain Kerry, we received New
York papers of the 16th. one day later than the HlhernU's.
An express engine took up the news to London, and this j
day it appears m the London morning papers. To Capttln
Berry we tender our thanks fcr his polite attention.
[Wlllmer Si Smith. ]
State or the Crops.?We are happy to say
tbat. siuce > ur last publication, tho weather has beea of
tbe most encouraging and tittstactnry character: co
pious rains hsvo t?i , n. and refreshed and renowed tbe
growing crops, so thai whole tie' is which, from the in?
tensity of the h'-at. had presented - the sere and yelinw
leal' of premature dec?y, have been suddenly Invigo?
rated, and are now full of hope and promise. Wheat'is.
we understand. w,vl in 0 -ur, and unusually dev5ld nl
Llikht. Thfl r-'p'Ots regarding tbe lailure of the Totato
crop b?v? not been so loud and genera! as at tbe date of
our last publication. We hope ibey may turn out to be
h ticlion Invented and got up :?)? tbe 1 rogues in grHln.
i Iverpool Cotton Market.
Report for the H crt rWi >y June 26.?We last week point?
ed out the comparative ditiereacc In our stocks ol Cotton
in this place, us well at in the hands of Comumcrs ; also
the decreased receipts at the shipping ports of the United
States, as compare-! with The same p^ri"'! last year. From
which It would he gatherej that the total quantity of Ibe
raw material has conslilerahly decreased. We alsa drew
v.tctltioti to the advanced scale of prices ol" the present
parriod. as compared with last midsummer. Dur.ng ibe
present week nothing of novelty as a?ecting the staple hat
Advices from the United States, a few dayt later, mere';
confirm the previous reports and statements of the cro;
Ol that country. Since our last circular we have only had
a moderate demand, prices barely supporting the currency
of that day, in no instance exceeding it, and in moid kinds
of common American It has been found necessary to con?
cede 1-lCd. The quotations vidi undergo tome little alter- <
alion. Sea Islands are understood to be nearly Id. per lb.
lower within the last month.
No doubt the agiutioiis about the Ministry have had a
tendency to repress enterprise and circumscribe our opera?
tions. 500 Aoieriein have hemi taken on specui?t.on, and
?i.SM) American. 110 Fernamt, and 423i) Surats for export.
I'. S.?Since writing the above tbe Jivision r-n the Coer
don Bill has been receive.! ; that, with Its probable con.-e- i
? luenccs, a resignation ol the Ministry has added to the
gloom and dullness of our market, tsalcs to-day, 4,000
bales. Sales for t?e week. 24.S70 bales.
Report of the ueel ending July 3 ?There Is no change
of importance in our scale of prices, i,or sufficient to call
for an alteration in the list of quotations. Still, as on each ;
day of the week tbe demand has been fair, sod occasion?
ally rather lively, the rates of American qualities have !
been looking up. This applies to the good and prime quite :
at forcibly as the middling and fair. Tnc upward tendency
of our market has arisen, as we conceive mainly from I
the satisfaction felt at the settlement of the Oregoa dispute, j
and the certainty of our intercourse wito tbe L'nlied
Mates remaining uninterrupted, together with the final '
disposal of the Corn aud Customs BUL In ether respects,
such as the accounts of crops. Aic, there is nothing new.
Iba former statements ol'crop have been lui.y cs-ntlrmed. 1
sad may be considered as placed beyond doubt for this
season. It can hardly exceed 2,100,000 bales. This pciat
set'.led, we shall have to look with increased interest to the !
state of the consumption both in Earepe and America ? j
The present ttoek of Cotton held by o lr own spinners Is
admitted on all bands to be moderate, while tbe protpects
of tbe limes and tcatoii hold out the hope of :ontlnuai
well-doing. We therefore look for a fair Jemand, so long I
as pnres remain at their present moderate scale.
Any material disturbance therein would no doubt sub- '?
ject us. as usual, to the surfering and reaction attendant j
on tudden iluctuation. The stock of Egyptian Cotton is ?
felt to be rather heavy, at we:! as Sea Islands, the ocly J
description* tbat are SO. Saiet In tbe tormer continue
to be made at .'Jd; and of the latter a public tale of 2000 j
balet it deciar-i for Fridt" next.
Bat a I doubt thete large aad urgeut talet areprepar
Ir.g the way f r a more c-cera! demand and stead:-:
bastnett. li^lO American h?v- been taken on specula?
tion ; aad 2050 American, aad 450 S?rsts for export.? j
fJO" Sea Itlsndt are declared for auctloa oa Friday Bext i
s-.-i to day 6-.O? balet. The tales for the week amouat
to 40 340 bales.
aims?For M-.ntreal 1'earl and Pot there is a fair de?
mand; the prices current for the former at 'lit. 6d. to 21s. ,
and Iiis. 6d. per cwt. fnr Pol
bees'tos.?A few casks of American brought ?1 Its. to
American Produce Market.
la Berf there have peen vw transactions cariBsT tbe
moatu. and. w.th heavy arrivals, our stock bat beea still
farther Increased. LosreT pricet have beea accepted
tor secondary qualities. wmcB 1 >rm the buix of the pre
seat stock. r':oe qaal-.r.et are held for former rates.
In P rk the few ta.es msde have t.to been at lower
Bacon, tr.iddlet la dry talt have tbe pr-jpec: of meet?
ing a go->l market oa trrival tbere have been a one late?
ly c-a ssle.
Urns, trrtri waat of adaptation tr> our market, in the
imp-irts from America, co not eel! freely, aorw.thetaad
lag \he present huh price ot Irish. A prime article f
pale dried or dry salted Hams woald command a ready
Lard bat m^ved -n more :?- y since the weather be
carae colder, and we are enabled to retain tae quotations
.? '.<*: tdv.ces
Ts?rm meets oa:y * fitt taie at former rt^et. the home
tnrpi'.et being much larJ-r than were calculated on. tad
iaterfencg atuch with tae demaad for foreign. The
Ruseiea Government h?s remitted half the expert dury
a;.?ut Is. Id. per cwt;. bat a* pr.cet have advanced ia
St Petersburg to ta equal exmat Tallow caaaot be im?
ported from thence on lower terms in consequence of
Of C-trese tee only arrivti hat been 1C0? sexes of in?
ferior quaitry of aew. which eoid at Irom 3Ss to 43a the
pnnelp*. portion resd:xiag43 to 44*. Taere Jwcald be a
iarre sale for fine qua-ire*.
,r-tast Buser sells freely it 40s to 41s.
Euics axT? beea ic fab demand ianag ?ie month. The
sales of Ncr? American have jtaa 250 rexaa* a: 3d; aad
1230 New Orleans, 64 10. weight, at 2i, aad 36 la a: 2,d
slip*, 19 IS weignt. at 4td tj 111.
Of Hemp a tew small parcels have beea seid a: AV22 to :
?23 10s, tae onaltty inferior.
Ajht*?Monere*; Puts have bees ia better demaad t: 23s
Si, aad this pr.ee -j aow rerusei by holders. Pearls have ,
t?ll a dtC! tale, their nominal value being Jit. Sons of j
thai recant arrfva*s save yet coats ca :1t mir tel.
Ia Varo.' &'o~} the last sales rrportel were at l?s 6d
to Ta.-. and St Ti ta ordinary Turjenuse. -? ? ?> *iror
""l- w charge in ruse.
No Le?i on toe market.
A few small parcel; .:' C7twvr*eo3 have, changed sends
ob ?pecoiatlon ?: 4Bi to 42s.
No sales in Flaxsrt-i.
Tat Uittttd Cab mere Is r.c iersir.d, exc*-P: at >pecsld
: tee prises. Some sales Save beer, lately mad* at ?6 to
?6 5s lor thucA rocad. and ;??? 10 to ?i 15s fcr thin ob
?:jrej are tn dull demand at the caotatiens.
A: "he public sales of rf*0Ol '.as: week there was a gocd
aaendancc cf buyers, but owing to iht announcement cf
ur^ua-ly large sales in London, there was little spirt In
purchasing, aad a large rnanttty In consequence was with?
draw-. Mb*t of the I'nlted Slates' were taken in. the
only sales atade being oi" inferior washed at 6d to LOd, Our
present rates are 2d per lb uttd-r those current at the saute
period of iast year.
Up to the i>th ult. when tie new duties came Imo
ipeatten, our Core market remained very du 1. the
dea ? :? bnring most sparinc'y. in anticipation of lower
prices. Since then the sales tave been more extensive:
but owing to the pressure of very heavy supp tes. prices
have declin-d considerably?the best samples of I'nited
States Wheat having been sold at 7s to Ta 4d per T0,b.
duty pail?Weatern Cana. Fiour -Ta. Baitimoretlrij 3d to
36 6a, Pailadelphia and Sew Orleans 25* 6d to 26?. The
best brand* of Canadian bright 26? 6d to 27s. Indian
Corn, beinjin large supply, has declined to litis to 113s fcr
wb .ie. and 30s to 31s for yellow. Indian Meal is now un
aalabi* at 15* per barrel.
The atock of Wheat and Flour, in bond, at thiaport on
the30:h n l . w.is 2S ? 300 quarters of Wheat, and 7.:-j.0CO
barrel* of Flour (which doe* not include the rec-nt ar
r'.vala trom Canada.) and as the duty will advance to 5s
per quarter to-day. with the prospect of a further ad
-anc :n the c.-urs- ' t tew week*, should price*
remain at the preaent currency, the whole of the above
Quantity ha* been already cleared at the duty ot 4a per
quarter. The proapect* ef our growing crop* have be?
come ?tili more cheering, owing to the late refreshing
raina. with the certainty of sn early harvest, should the
weather continue favorable.
Impyrls .J .VortA Amr-ican ProJu.-e. from 1st to 30th
June : From (Tailed State*?Beef.s.3-S tierces. 1.020 brls.t
fork i,v">5 barrels ; Hams lit casks ; Tallow 431 hji.'s. 557
iris; Lard 1,799 brie. 733 kegs ; Butter ~M casks; Cheese
1.063 boxes; Ashes 35 Pot: Hides 8.455; Wheat IM09
; l-'.our 126.312 brls. From Canada? Beef '-2 tierces,
Ji brls . Pork 59 brl* ; Better 227 c.isks; Ashes?1.315
Put, 235 Pearl; Wheat 5.673 irre.; floor 34.651 barrels.
,v r. Kirkpatrick.
Provisions. ^ARD. ? owt.
?. J. s. d. 1. d. 1. d.
BACON. *> cart 1 L'. S. in bbl*..32 0 34 0
Irish new.51 0 58 Oi keg*.31 0 37 C
United States.39 0 42 ?, FORK. ?y> bbl of
BEEF. in bond 200 16a.
*> 336 15 Jtl JO 0 80 ?
L' S prime mesa
4? tee..55 0 0 0
Po V barrel.35 0 42 0
[ri*h,p'mem'?*66 0 oV 0
mid. At infr...5f3 0 60 0
I . S. mesa, in
bond. 0 0 0 0
priuiedo.50psi'd 0 60 0
Do infr. it old prime.46 0 50 0
?* tee.4U 0 50 0 HAMS, f*cwl
lri.h.t>toe it 10 4 16 Belfast, drv... 60 0 64 0
BUTTER, sP- cwt. 1 U.8.doJnbd.33 0 40 0
Cork.3d*.new72 0 74 0| _
Canadian_76 0 BO u Duty sV cwt. B. P For.
Crease.40 0 42 0 Ham*. 2 0 7 0
CHEESE, a> cwt 1 Butter. S 6 10 0
Che*hire.55 0 Oi OjCheete. 1 tl 5 6
V. States, tine 52 0 54 0 _
middling.46 0 50 0 f eeds.
ordinary.38 0 42 01 CLOVER SEED
LARD. */ cwt. I r cwL
Ir.sh.inrirkinsSl 0 ;-4 01 American.red43 0 59 0
kegs.51 0 54 01 Dutrb. red.. .50 U ?5 0
bladders.5,* 0 6U Ol Frillerwblte50 0 65 0
Liverpool Wool Hnles.
The aecond sertea ot public sales of this seasi.n com
meneed on the 21th and terminated on the 27th ulr_ The
quantity of rinn Wool* announced, although compara?
tively Insignificant, brought tugethrr a very numerous
attendance, and the smaller manut&cturers made even a
stronger muiter than usual.
We are *orry to ob*erv? the continued depressed
?tale of the spinning trade, and. In eonsequence.combing.
ol which there was 1 fair selection, wero comparatively
neglected. Unp Wool*, of all kind*, have ?ur!?red a
considerable reduction since this period last year, the
resu.t of a combinsti.m otclrcumstaueea. which havo bad
a cireap-iading edect on most o! the markets abroad,
particularly in Germany, where the falra are now in
Low Wool* went v?ry heavily; the greater portion
not being of current *ale. h*d to be taken In. hat wa*
aold there is little alteration tn note on previous aale* A
Gab business was done atterward by private contract.
[Hughes and Ronald.
The Iron Trade.
This trade partakes of the quietness existing in almost
every other. A large steady consumption: 1? still going op,
and the tuantlty of iron produced during the last month
liaa been leaa than during any month within tho past year.
This has arisen principally from the hot weather which
has been experienced ; In some or the Iron mills and forges
the temperature ha* ranged from 120 m MO degrees Fabr
enbelt. To work in inch an atmosphere la found to be
impossible. At the preparatory- meeting previous to ijuar
terday, which was held In -t'.a-fjr.Miirc last week, it was
1 determined that price* Ihr the ensuing .|uarter should re?
main as before, but as ? imeol the makers arc getting short
of ordcrsit Is possible, unless the 'euiand should Improve,
that s?me concessions will be m.. !e by the m< at needy.
But this will most likely be only temporary,as a gener?
al opinion rsrev.illa that prices mast lmpr.-ve in the au?
tumn, if not at an earlier period. Ptg Iron may be quoted
at 70s In Glasgow, and sfja. in Liverpool ; Bar Iron la
Wales ti - to Jd-? 5s. per ton, in Liverpool. ?* in*.; hoop*
ilO 16s.; ?lieets ?11 I0l ; best plates ?12 inj. Tinned
, Plates arc very inn. and ure lower ; I C Charcoal 30?. per !
I box ; Coke and inferior descriptions at 3s. to m. per box
less. Kureltin Iron is not in much demand. The public
1 mind Is so tilled with contemplating the possihle corse- ,
I quences of the free-trade measures recently legalzed, that
1 they are not yet prepared to operate upon tbem with con?
fidence ; and the more the question 13 considered, whether
nationally or universally, the moro Important it seems to
UORDER and Robbery.?The mysteries attend?
ing the audden dlaappearanco. on the 2d of February
last, of K. Adolpbu* Muir, Ksq of Dinwlddlo County,
have been explained by the discovery of Mr M 'a body,
od a farm formerly owned by hla father, but recently
purchaacd by a man named Eppe*. The lettera pur- j
porting to have been written By Mr M.frr.m Petersburg.
New-York, Ac. to his brother, John A. Mulr, Ksq. ex- '
p sitting the causea of hia a'jaence. are aupp-sed to hare I
been written by sad Hppes. (said tobe a slavo trader )
who bat rled, and to whom suspicion attache* as tho
murderer, or the principal In the trairedy
A free colored man, residing In the neighborhood of |
this bloody deed, we understand, revealed tho dark *??
creta connected with thi* me'ancholy arralr. and pointed
out the spot where Mr M s body bad been hidden. The I
object of the murderer. It I* luppoted, wa* to obtain the j
bond* (riven by L'pye? for the land purchased ol Mr.
Mulr. Circumstantial evidence leaves but little douhl
tnat Kppes wa* the murderer. The bond* were ?een In i
hi* po**e?*Ion a lew week* after the dUappearance of J
Mr. Mulr; and he ha* aI*o recently ?old Mr M.'* watch,
much broken, to Mr Charle? Lumsden of Petersburg.
[Richmond Knq July 17. ;
Telegraph trom Ithaca to Albcrn ?The .
wire* for the Magnetic Telegraph from Ithaca to Auburn ?
are already strung a portion of th<; distance, and In the I
courae ot a week or ten daya will be in working order. |
Instead of two. as upon tbe Albany and Buffalo line, (
there will be but a tingle wirb connecting the two
place*. ' Roche?ter Adv.
HI I KU I K-KA.HM Newa and Book Paper, vu .?
1 VjUVJUiSx?? it> to 3d pounda per ream.
2i'x?i?tji to 25 do do
2ex2?-24to32 do do
24x2a?24 loK do do
24xtl?;?25 10 15 do do
24x^?30 to till do do
J2rT2?13 to 23 do do
24x34?26 to 33 do do
16x37?30 to 37 do do
j.x>? .; 1. "kj do do
28x42?I" to 45 do do
_ J e-1: to H do dO
+4x5>;-*0 to 9.1 do do
In (tore, and for aaietn Iota 10 aniipurrhaaera, by
C YRL * W. FIELD, ? Banlng-allp.
N. B.?Printing Paper of anr *tze and quality made to
order._lei Im j
tVOTICE.?The Oraefecr^rg Company Is now fully \
1 vorgaou-d, and prepared to receive propoaala for State,
County. City acu Town Ageceles 11 ia impossible to pre- ;
sent in a single advertise meet the inducements t.ifeied by
the Graefeonerg Company, or to fnrniah the public with i
adrqaate expianauonsof toe ponoaopby aid merits of the
G'aefenbcrg V-i-iave P ..s. In ..rder to accomplish these
uDj?eu, me Graefenberg Garette I* now ready, which will
be furnished without eharge to ail woo easy wt?h II
Tse Agencies for ihi* Compaty ?111 be or the most value- 1
ble alnd. well worthy atter.urc
Addre** posi-p*!d.u.e Grtefennerg Company, 43 John
sl up stalri. New-Yi.ra_Jvl7 I w
KELLY> KOKTAlSl^K SlillA ,-lfauii.les. pub- '
He oou*eseeper?, merchant*, travelers ny land and
tea. partte* of p.easure, *nou:d not looae sigh I of tatacteap '
at'd convenient luxury It ia put up ia bou.e* and only re?
quire* water to eoan.elt* po??r??,Jr to enj.,y a porer and
a* sne.'y flavored gla?? of sod* as caa be ubiaiaed from the
beet fuun-ams tn ine . bSob and it half that expense, pr.n
dpalDeiOtatll l.WBllanvel near Beennan. fp town I
agency, '"l Divis Ion at
,-i B. A* the offtee ta cot open?d oe Sunday, person* '
would do we . ??>?? aud lest -.be arruc.e to day and few 1
will leave wttbcai a suppiy. A large discount u> those '
v - ? y to sell again, t by tbe donee ;y'a-2t
I tb-*or s^e I***! toos o! purespriog Wats, ice. together
X with tae ice house and lot of land e ?avenlect of scces* i
to aed from tie cuy several times aday. Tiie Ice to be dis?
posed cf seperaieiv if desired. particular* *ppiy to
ANTHONY J. BLi.ZCKErt,Autiloc?r,
T'52w_No. " Bro?d-at.
10,000 fr?^oi^^ P"^r
2,010 - ?? Hardware
1.0V? " ?? Envelope "
For asle by CYRL'3 W. FIELD,
jylT 2w_ No. j Barliag-aitp.
?Altfc. I UAM. JS-? /or sate, a i.nuung ofitce in ooe
of the adjoining Cocnttea Tn*a offer* 10 the purcasser
? cinnc* r?re.y 10 b? met with. The sitnaton is p .etsact
?nd wittln a few hour* ?all of the dry of New.y 3 rg. A
paper Is published once a week and has a good circulation,
and will pay well There i* In iht* eariab.lshmeet * first rau
ssaortmcci of Joo type. Farther pa/Ucclara can so bad 0?
application to ice anveraslcg e,era. Tribuna office. Jyl* Iw*
C"<AsTOK FRA.TIE^.-Brtixattia Castor/ramcs for
/cut and plain :.ttiea for aale by
jy 1? ?t noar3man at JUJsT, 6 Birltag-?.tp
FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR
WHOLE WO. 16-tV.s?.
From our Regular Correspoader.:.
Wisanmmt; July 17th, iif-is?o p. m.
The Senate to-day pasted a resolution by which
thejcoor of meeting is made, for the remainder of
the session. 10 o'clock instead of 11, with the ex?
ception of Saturday, when they wi;| meet at the
hoar of 11 o'clock.
Mr Evans to-day. in msktng some remarks on
the Treasury note bill, took occasion to wait; into
Mr. Walker's figures and estimates, publiabed in
las: night s Union. His speech was short, but to
the point and overpowering.
Mr. Best? made some remarks to-day which
caused some consternation arson*: the triecds of the
Administration. He announced his hostility to ail
Treasury Notes, and scch kind of money. "Old
Bullion" isrigbL Let the Government honestly pay
for their extravagancies. The debt into which they
are running us may as well be net with direct tax?
ation as otherwise. If thoy have been dancing to
the stirring notes ot war, let them honestly pay the
The ab'e speech of Mr. Davts was concluded to?
day. At the conclusion of his speech ho entered a
formal protest against the measure for several reas?
ons which he enumerated.
Mr. Hr-vsRPr Johnson has the floor for to-mor?
row. The Loeo Fcvosdare not?cannot?defend the
measure which they propose. They prudently in?
tend to leave it with Mr. Lkwis s speech.
The Senate then listened to the readme; of a series
of letters from the War Department about the au?
thority civen toenembers of Congress to raise regi?
ments for the Mexican War.
They are addressed to the Governors of Missouri.
Arkansas, and Illinois, about the appointment of
I Messrs. Baker, Pruk and Yell. Members of Con?
gress, as Colonels in the Volunteer forces.
Amern? them also was the following strange letter
to J. D. Stevenson of your city.
War Department, Washington, June -"bib, IStbi
Six: The President having determined tosende Regi?
ment cf Volunteers tround Cape Horn to the Pacific, to be
employed In prosecuting hostilities In some province of
, Mexico, probably iu Cpper California, has aulh.or.ied aie
to say, that If you anil organize one oa tba couditioas
hereinafter specified, and tender its services, It will be ac?
It is proper It should be done with ihe approbation of
:he G ivornor of New-York
The President expects, and indeed requires. tbAt great
care tboatd be taken to have it composed of suitable per?
sons? I mem persons of good habits?as far as practica?
ble, of various pursuits, and such as would he likely to de?
sire to remain at the end of the w^r. either :n i>rrcoii or
any ttrritOi t tn fiat region tf ine 0Ut< tebtcn may tM then
j part o' 'ke L'lUeJ States.
The Act of tbe ldtb ot May latt authoritet the accept?
ance of voluuteert for twelve months, or during the war
with Mexico. The condition ot the acceptance tn thlt
case mutt be a tender of services during the war. and It
must be explicitly understood that they mty be dis?
charged wiinout a claim lor returning home wherever
they may be serving at ihe termination of the War. pro?
vided it Is In fAf then territory nf the Vntted State!, or
may be taken to tbe nearest or most convenient territo?
ry belonging to tbe Lotted Slates and there discharged
The men mast be apprised rxprvssly that tholr term of
service is for the war?that they are to be discharged as
above specified, and that tbey are to be employed on a
. distant service. It Is however very desirable that it should
not lie publicly known or proclaimed that tbey are to s? to
any particular province ot Mexico,
Oo ibis point great caution Is enjoined, the communi?
cation to the officers and men must go so far as to remove
ell Just ground Of complaint that t.iey Lave been deceived
la tbe nature and place oi the service.
It is expeciod that the Regiment will be In readiness to
embark is early as tbe first of August next, ii practicable
Steps will be immediately taken lo provide lor transperta
tlou, Stc. Very respectfully, your ob't serVt,
W. L. MARCY, Secretary at Wer.
Col. J. D. Stivenson. Kew-1 ork i ttjr.
Such is the clandestine order issued to Mr. Sie
venson, in which the design of rubbing Mexico ol
one of her Provinces is distinctly annnanced. but
caution is recommended that the people should he
kept in ignorance of the villainous designs of this
j The Senate then weal into Executive Session.
Tbe House has been engaged ill day on Private
There 1* quite a lausth over town about Mr. Sim?
ple of Illinois trying to get oil home to leave the
Tariff bill to its fate. It is said that he was literally
1 held by force from getting away. The next day he
was seen riding about with Mr. Walkek. the Se
cretary of the Treasury Lei us mark these things.
' It it said that Mr. Henton will oppoat- the Tarit)'
Bill unless a tax is laid on tea and coffee. This,
when sent back to ihe Hottee, will array Ohio. New
York, fcc. against it. Ui? hei.iki
Uly lleme.BaTtnUAV,July 17.
Died from [kjvriks.?The Coroner was called
tbls morning to hold an Inquest on the body of a boy,
aged :ij years, named Andrew Mnrdock, who died yet
terdsy from Injurlet received by belog run over by scsr
, riege on the iSld June last. Verdict accordingly.
burglary.?Tbe house of Mr. G l. Knapp, No.
' t'l F.ssl Koiirteenth st. was entered a lew days ago, du
j ring the absence of the family and robbed of a quantity
i ut silver ware.
Extortion and Punishment,?lames Martin.
driver of ceach No 51, wat yesm.-day deprived of his II
; cente by the Mayor, on account of extorting higher foot
1 than pretcrlbed by the ordinances.
! CoUXTOf Oe-iexal Sessions ?Heforo the Recorder and
; two Aldcrineu ? .Matilda Hrreu, convicted sometime ago
I of a grand larceny. In having been concerned with Moll
: Hodges alias Mary Wood, In robtlng a stranger of upward
j of a?t<)0 at a bouse In Anthony-It, and l.i which case the
latter was carried up to tbe Supreme Court tnd sent backd
' for Judgment, tho Court this memleg sentenced Uie accused
to be Imprisoned in the Bute Prison lor the term of three
, yeart. _
; ?3?"* The man by the name of Spencer, arrested
at Jersey Citv for the murder of hit wlfe.it Inno way
related to the family of liou. John C. Spencer, at erro.
aeously staled by tome ot the papere.
DrowE.O.?A mRii named Charles Parmly, a na?
tive of Connecticut, a shoemaker. In the employ ol Mr.
C. Cler. of this city, was drowned 00 r rlday night last,
by falllug Into ihe river trom Smith's wbarf. Ills body
hat not r.een recovered. [Savannah Hep. Htb.
R^The citizens of Boston have taken active
measures lor the relief of Lhe uofortunaui sufferers of
NantuckeL At a meeting held ai the Exchange, on Fri?
day, Captain David Thaio ot Nantucket, was Introduced,
wbo read a brief statement in relation to tb-i fire. He
slated that some 150 families were rendered boutelett?
that the lost had been eslimatsd, by competent judget,
to be $1.500 'ILO?on wblcb there was ooly $11:10,000 in?
ft?' Saratoga ssprlagH.?Dr. O. BeoJ. SiniuVs Pills
are for sale by e,. J. lluiin?, at the Springs. The patrone
of these valuable Pills will please observe G. Benj Smith
wrluen on the bottom of the Box ? Improved Ind. Veg.
(Sugar-coated 1 Pills, 2 b cenisper Box. Office 171? Greeo
wvhsl ila-ge ririfk blockj N V Jvl7 l"i<ia
OR ALL UEALINO BAMHAM.
DB. k B. FOLGKR, the proprietor of th? above article,
would hereby give notice mat owing to eireuinsisur.es
over which ho had no cootro . he has f...t eoasnaUed to
REMOVE HIS OFFICE
for the sale of tbe genuine Oioreonlaa us
?s/~ loi FOLTON-ST.?161,
third door West of Broadway and opposite SL Paul's
Churrh, 2d fioor. He has ims driven lo pursue this course
in consequence of a spurious article whirr, has been got up
and is now offered for sa'e as the tree and genuine article
at the oid cmee, Folger*s Lame having b-en lasen fn.ia ine
old label and thai of " substituted tn its place. Ail
this hte been done withosi hut kaowiedge or coctent. He
WARN THE PUBLIC
agalasi this specious deception end arg? them oot to be put
off with a preparation which boars no resetnlilaacsj to die
geouiae article exceptio ibe form of the botlie or the label
oo Ihe oourtde.
The Olosai also seicg a remedy ecllreiy bis owa aad
having bow for many years silenced pors nally to the ad?
ministration of the same and wiloessed the benefits 11 has
coaferred upon taausaods wbo bave used it under bis diree
Uoa, he is uawUling thai a
should be palmed off upon the s?icted In Ike place of the
geaume and thus be pioductlte of as mach tatjury as too
Kssults Olosoociaa has producer good.
The Oiossoelao will n iw be prepared under his own aad
sole dlrectlea. so icet mere win be co feer mat It will either
be adulterated wtta tztraiuoua nJnta*ct* or t.heuf tSrKjs
wblcb so ofiea destroy the -ffaria of the best mod trine m
He ivlll be at tbe orEce himself e.wsys from 10 o'clock
A.M..;- tne sfierniein. where hi may be coetailed
FREE OF CHARGE,
?r.: cieerfully gtve cirecii-.r.s as i c.,.,Lse. i>
- : as their cases may require. Remember ice cumber,
ldl FLLTU.S ST.-.-...
where Folger's genutne Oiosaoclaa can aloao be oblaiaed.
Jyl" butshJ !stp*
tnnoc Mixture is IXt Nassau, opposite Cllatoo flail,
New-Tork, only piece la the diy where it eta be bonghl,
The great reputation this anlcie cow has through the north?
ern s-:iion of the Lcited Staiee has iadueed the proprietor
to establish t Depot et -die above location, aad dsnalers or
consumers will ?ad it always oo band, ready to forward to
tay pan of the country. Pamphlets containing testimooy of
cures la Dropsy, GraveL dienaeee cf the Urinary Orgeat,
tldaeyt. liver ic female complalau, weakaeae of the sys
usm, cdaeaae* of the Lange, Coaeamptloa. Piles, Jaundice,
Scrofaia, Sail Rhenm, lac 4c will be furnished of a char?
acter too respectable to be quesuoaed or doubted, end la
das dty the proprietor has the liberty us ose the name of tbe
Rev- C Sparry, of 132 Nassau-tu who will state whet be
knows of the effect of tMa medicine la dropsr? and gravel.?
Tbe peculiar character of ihn medicine will show itself to
the use of a 30 ox bottle, la eay case, aad often in tbe use of
the 12 ox bottle. The singular effect produced by lb* ose of
the article?lit certainly la relieving all eta at, and radically
caring *in? ia twelve Is explained la toe pazi; pnlet, wutc
the public and ail interested will please caal sutdgetgraoa
at 1? Nassau opposite Ciieton HalL Oruy Agency m ine
dty. Price of lfo? houieutl. So get do ??^jgj." i
WA NT KD?A few active Young Men to go South or
Wo?i. to art ** Agent* for too **> of now and popular
P-s:ic?Uo:??$300 over ?od ?fror? their expense* wifl b?j
:.. red to them tn writing, with *o opportaoirr of clearing
?100? por -s-. Some men bow to oar employ will, bo
doubt,make over 5 ?? per yearclear of all expso***.?
man wtil here hi? : inict. ft will b? necessary for
tbem to have ?: lout from to $5> to otHale ? food tilting
oat. Apply at FRENCH'S Publishing- Hell, x*i Broad?
way, up atairs. OtSeeof the Fag of our Union. AU letter*
? u?t "e bog rai.1. Jeg^BJ ^
Boarding ani; Soul*.
MKS. ANGELIKA BROWN
* EGS leave to inform ber trlecda, former eoardera. and
? the public generallv. taal abe ha* opened a large and
cvtoraodtooa BOARDING HOUSE, No. 3tM Broad way?
Permanent or tranaleo 1 board era by ifceday. week or motive,
can be accommodated with atagie room*, or bedroom* and
parlor* attached. This bou*e contain* more than 40 room*,
t* supplied with cold an.: bot water balk*, and every other
cocveoteoce ^ m?*? jt a quiet and comfortable borne. Aa
to the good q'ialldea of ker table and Iba general macajr*
tnect of b?r house, references, when required, ar* abundant
! aa.1 at band: :_ _i?l5tt
' KVA^?i^t^f*?*na??r?nd tranateut?Mr* Danlap.
?* 1 '?lo,?' StJjDey-?L) ia prepared to accommodate fam
aSLLJlli"5S 'f0**" 45 Mereer-at. near Broadway,
o- ^i -i.v"*1 ekaallBI room, and Rood board
oc reaa.ssabls i>naa * jyj^ tf
A| BOARDiNi* AT S7 OOKTI-ijMD-ST.
FEW GENTLE HEN can now ^ ^nmod.uad with
Beard and teperata apanmact?. Alk. - -c ?t^aodatlcn
; for a gentleman end b . ?1i>, with parlor and^lrooo* ad
BU.M.U.^WA TOWX-two or t-ree SB
Let?1rwlRSS? uuci*J- * M, either furaubed or
unfurtuaed. wtia boaro. to geciiemen and their wivra or
. amgle gentlemen, on reasonable lero*. at No. 17 Beekmaa
, *L near Naaaau. Due oriwo day boarder* will al?o be a?>
? commodated by applying ? al>ov?. Referenea ZSS
I t?_,1)1 181
A(. K > 1 l.t. u .a. n and hl* wtie,anu two or tsiee jlnatle
gentlemen, can be a.vommodat-d with boaid and pl*a
aanlr.vma at Mra GEHK'S.tNo 10 Barclay at, kaM Ira*
IIAKUiXl.-A beautltui Room (or a trr.i,-?,.,,
wife, and a few a for tranaleat boarders, may be
' bad at Mra Swain's, Sd Marray-aL between Broadway and
StfaroNjat bandies. North Kl.er._mv'i> im
J? A Kl.O K and Beu-roeoa. witb pantry aitacaed. to tea,
unfUralabed, wirhoul board, to one or two single geaUe
liemeo. Ttte aparuaeot* are pi*a*antly located in a modern
built house, tn the Immediate neighborhood of the Para
Apply al 27 Cltr Hall Place?. _ _*Utt_
m" Hit II AUUAY "litlT hl L , ~305 Brvadway/'a?.
ioay ! By J. ." Wilso*.?Tcave.er* and dtlaeoa en?
tertained on moderate terms. The house I* Bow and
commodious, and the tocauon verv ,-ouvenlool to the Steam
joata a-..! a.i;oi-s U> K?y.<i.l IVrOt. ^ ^eiN '.'m
LOOK AT THE PROOFS I
IT WOULD FILL MANY COLUMNS u, publish only a
portion of the certlbcatca and lestlujonla.s which Bavo
been klndlv and voluntarily given, by respectable person*
' who have experienced valuable benebt irom theu*a of the
'""GALVANIC RINGS AND MAGNETIC FLUID
The cases which Tohow have lately occurred, and form a
very small p. rUon of those which have been received. It
la COO6d en til believed that the genuine articles have oevar
failed 10 positively and permanently relle?fi everv case ol
RHEUMATISM AND NKRVODS COMPLAINT,
fy- The following is iiwn the Hon. W. A. TKOMraOR,
Isle member ol Congrea* from the Slate of New-York, and
present Judge of Su.llvsn county
To Da. CnaisTia?laair K wnj-l am now g* years of
age, and 1 thought 1 was too oM to be helped by tnodlclne.
hut your Rings auJ Maguetle yiuld.eeui me by my aoa-ln
iaw, have been of great benoiit to me. About sla years
aluce 1 received a aevere fall from my borao. which Injured
my hack and brought on pain and conalanl durine** in Um
heal. It a.so weakened my ayaiera very much. 1 bare
uaed the b iutd and Ringa, and though 1 bad Hille faith. I fol?
lowed atrtCtly the directions, and I now Inform you that lb*
dimness ha* enUrsly gone, ?? ha* likewise all the spinal
pain and weakneaa. \ oar Galvanic Slrenglbenlng Plaster
(a an invaluable preparation, and I am aura ibe beat Plaster
In the whole world for geueral feebleaea* and debldly. In
? word. I feel every way lu better health than I have for
aiany year* past- I can attribute the result to nothing but
your simple and erhcacious r?u.edles.
With Mgli respect, sincerely your*. W. A. THOMPSON.
7V>mp*?ririli>.Sullivan Co. N. Y. March 13. 1846.
A LETTER TO A FATHER.
W 4tniMUTos City, Feb. 3, \H6
To Da. CMkiaTti's Aoaul - c'o T.ie following n U?
purport of a letter from my daughter, who ba* received ?,>
much heneht from the use of Cbrtsile'* Galvanic Ring* and
Fiuld (which I purchaaed from you) that I enre thought
proper lo give for your aallafacllon, aa well a* for the ban
i ebl of those who Bay he similarly afflicted. You are at II
bsrty to uae It a* you think proper. Reapeclfully he.
A 0 HICkROTE.
'? FaosTacaar. AlleghanyCo..Md.
Ortaa P.?I wrote lo you (onie time alnce, and Intomad
i you of the benefit I received from the Galvanic Ring* and
Magnetic Fiuld you aent rue. I have found It the best and
. only thing thai gave rue relief. I hsve gotten entirely over
my lam en ass, and never had beilsr health tn mr life. If m
good; and 1 truly believe. If 1 had aot got Ibe Rings and
, Fluid, I 'uouiJ simi Asm (Men tiVoif. Before 1 uard loom I
i could not s eep and avaa falllug away to nothing. I had
' been for eight wreaa uuable lo dre** myself, or al time* to
! turn In inv tied without help. Tkt tue nf r Wa'r Hiagr
uaJ Fi'uul Am rvttmd rru t? tnttrt ktmitA. Mr. Bell was al
* so anllciad lor iwo yeara with the rheuuiallsm in the (houl
! dersi he tried them and was cured at once, when all madl
! cat aid had failed. I shall ever regard your galvanic and
magnetic precent* a* my mud valued friend*. W* are all
now In perfect health. Your aaacttonate daughter,
CAROLINE E. SELL."
APOPLEXY AND PARALYSIS.
The following case ts of a deeply Inierostlor charmolaf.
i and ha* atlracled the attention and examination of aom* of
, the first physicians of New-York aad Brooklyn;
Ctpt AmprcwJ F. Tomss, residing at No. 70 B rid gast,
Broualyn, L. I , l* In hi* 7nth year. He his generally et>
Joyed robust health, hut ahoul three year* iloce It began to
fail i a general weaaneaaand lasalmde anecied him, accom
| panled with depression of spirits, lo** of appetite, Inability
lo.leep, Itc Dr. John w. FrancU, of New.York, was
! conaulteil The usual remedies, such a* copious bloadlug.
itc. were reCOBJmeodad, l.ut shortly after Capt. Tomb* fell
down toaeaatble In Uie street, wltlt a severe apoplectic ?u
On recovery, lu, noUceit lhal a portion of his side was ap?
parently dead . and ou farther examination his physicians
pronounced bis caae to he thai ef continued Apoplexy and
Paralysis He wa* DOW unable lo walk without assistance;
he cm.(I neither feed nnr dreaa himself alone, wa* unable 10
artl.-uiate distinctly, and hl* ?Ight wa* unpaired. The family
of Capt. To'iHis were induced to try the Galvanic Ring* and
Magnetic Fluid, and for ihl* purpose procured a pair of the
Ring* tor tbehand*. a pair of Band* for the limb*, and use
bottle of the Fiuld. In twnuly-fuur hour* after using these
articles, feeling was perceptible in the paralysed parts, and
perspiration broke ouL In five days be was enabled lo raise
hi* arm and use bis hand, and tn three week* he was able
lo walk alone. A period of nearly six month* ha* now
elapsed, during watch time no symptom of Apoplexy has
been apparent; he Is eoshled lo lake regular exercise, and
all bla Impaired faculitea have beea restored.
CONVULSIONS AND FITS.
Du. A. H. CHSivrig -Dear ?ir-I fsel K a doty lo itaia,
for the benefit oi tbs public, that your Galvanic Re rued las,
as applied by uie Ring* *od M?guellc Fluid, have onllraly
cured my son, now eleven yeara old, of ihs moat severe
and alarming Fit*, to wblcb be bas been aubject fur the last
I six years He bas often bad from twelve lo fifteen In one
' day. aointidmes accompanied wlih the inosi drra/iful scresch
I lng, al the tame time a choking In in? throat, and pain la the
I region of us beam His mother and rnyaelf save long de*,
f paired of hta life, but through the mean* of Providence and
r your remedies, he I* now quite Well, and 1 sincerely be?
lieve hla cure will be permanent.
1 am very reepert'ully yours,
GEORGE WHITE, I'd Charles.*!.
.Vrw- l'ortr, .V?r,. IS, H4A
i The following certificate la from ibe lady of Capt. Joha F.
Strain, one of the naoet respectable citUen* of Albany, N.
I Y. Reference can be glveu to many olhera, musuy ladlsa,
who seem peculiarly aoecied with this malady.
Thi* i* lo certify that I bave been ?flirted for several
i year* paat with ibe Sick Headache, which dl*ire**lag eom
: plaint ba* confined me lo the hod from one to twe day* tn
! that lime. For one month past I have worn Dr. Christie's
I Galvanic Rtnga, and occasionally using the Magnetic Fluid.
, I am happy loaay lhal 1 have not been irouhiud with the sick
I headache since. ANN F. STRAIN. 67 DewlttetL
Albany, Dec. 2,1815.
; EPILEPSY AND PALPITATION OF THE HEART.
' t&" The f i.lowtug --as- reale* lo a clergyman, the son
1 lu-law of Mr. John Jacob A*tor. of New-York .
Rnv. John Brtsied, Minister or the Episcopal Church, at
I Bristol, H- I rending lu M*in-*L bas long been subject lo
I distressing attacks of Epilepsy,oflea falling down luseosl
: file. The disease ha* b>en accompanied by ? violent Pal
' pltaUoo of the Heart, and a rush of blood lo the bead. For
? ih/ee year* b-> hs* beea una ,1* to preach, or attend lo Ms
I ulbar duties. Mr. 8ri*ted bs* found the niial valuable bane
i 6i from the Rlnga, Banda and Fluid , I* belter In every re?
aped than he haa ihmu aiuc* bis tunes*, and Is now rapidly
recovering bis health. All symptoms of Epiiapsy have left
j aim. RHEUMATIC GOUT.
To Db. CnaiiTia?Sir. After a fair trial of almost every
i thing wiihcutany good effect, 1 think 1 rna*t at tribute a re
marsahle cure lu u..- power of your Galvanic and MagneUc
ariic.es. if 1 am nut iclstakeo In the cause, they have very
seriously relieved me of Kheumsltc Oout, of long standing,
together with general nervous debility ol nie eyslem.
MRS MARY lACKSON, ir/i Bank st.
CST Mrs. Jacxsoo Is a relaUve uf MaJ. ai. M. Noah, who
bas ilndiy i. ;-?: the following.
Draa DocToa-Tbe atejv? cassis personally known to
me. s-.-t i* not lea* alrange than true. It la a happy result, to
which I hear witness with pleasure. 1 may slate that some
other rase? have come lo Bay notice, of a nature equity for
lunate and auceeaBful. Very sincerely you/a
New-York, Oct. an, 134A VL. Jg NOAH.
Da, CHRISTIE is \o possession of anarly oaa thoo
asHO tesunionlals, received from person* who bave bean
entirely cored of the most severe Rheumatism, both chron?
ic and Inflammatory, for which every other ! remedy' wa*
useless. The Ring* and Fiuld, when properly applied, bave
never been known to fall in any of these eases.
Cactiok? The great celebrity and (uereas of Christie'*
Galvanic and M agoetle arUcte* bave cause* them to be coun?
terfeited. Be gusrded agalad ail these imllaOos*, a* they
are entirely worielose. Dr. Christie ha* but one authorised
agent in each clly of the Union, who alooe ha* the genuine
ty The oniy agency In New-York 1* at 182 Broadway
between Joho-*L and Malden-laaa.
A new-and lntaresuug work on " Galvanism and Hs ap
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