Newspaper Page Text
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE.
?VOL X NO 2846.- NEW-YORK, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1850. PRICE TWO CENTS. T?E??V^Y?RKWIBIJNE .. ?silt taisusi II POILISBEJ ?mi ?I?rV.TORI ?*111 tribu. ? - Besana (?so??? "ccrTtn.) 1VIM SOW . ' 9tmm of Hprae At Tm. Trlk"-"?? ..pV?lte ana City Hail, ?j.4 ?uaaaa ?^TT^.,,.,*,, f,,r | ?} rents per week nd deOvered W^j;, ?n pay la adrarte?, ? tba ?ee as, wbea tbey r*?**^,, ?i tas same ra??? ?x us bwbM ? ?gJVgCTjiaers ?iv* Dollars tx>* ainuin, t two Cents _Z^aoo? i??** <? ?** ?'?*??>?? Tor Ihr? advance, araanse |)o,.arsin ad vanee required In sil e: k??0"-'i* CeatTtry Newipape's Da'tvp-n-r. eaaa?^^tt??E??*rt..a ?w? nl*b,"f tnM *ho,d of T* Bl tkis o****allowed any difference. frB>4B?asVrSBSSS?l_^ TEBJH3 OF A?VEHTISIMO. ytynunt ???juircd m ^?Wasjcr. RastweeB WsUoaS- H| feeSj P?r ?tn?, ee-h tnsT?o ???ral No''. ' ?s, each Inserto sn?iurovsr six ? is per ana each day. iCnr'rnl Advrrlleerne0ta.-INStDR-F, J***** gild nap 6S eaasai ?ver e'ght Unes, S cet? as* Use each da;. NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Bf TELEGRAPH TO THE NEW-YORK TRJB?NI a> XX \l?t COM?HH'*i*?-l/'rat.**eaaleB. ?HIJI... BTisaaaine, w.dn-sdsv, May st. Mr. Clat presented a petition of ?itiaens Berks C<,unty, Per.... as).BBj Sa?i the Tar.ll. BO a. Is allord ?debate protection to th Coal and Iron interests- He "??**? *? heard wit-, arrest ?*en**ee, these interests, as w?lie S? ?a'i?f. torio? interests.- -"'^ ^ ,, ,,lfr, ???ere ercatly satloring ; tut Oi on t^eZrZ^t t.e' as*.re. that until th, l?A'i"'-'?'""1"1 -s''^ery was disposed of, on ?ravir tae Ssaasr, that none of these interests cuui receive any attention on the part of Ou?xgflBB Fs himself, he mast say, that his mind was s? entire! engrossed with the vita! ?Tatjana? that he had m and could ?a* give his attention to any other sal ject until trirt should be disposed of. When thi ihouM have been acompl'ished without any e? travri/ant measure ol protection, he would be pn pared, arnl he believed all sides ol the H ?use W >ul be r.-ady to look into these mtnufactjring inter st ami attortl such relief as might Meas necessary, any. H?-moved that the petition ne laid on th table. Agreed to. Mr. B?.w AHi' moved the priutinc of the corro? pond ? ? ? the laacetlve Departa fersilier F. Smith sud Qea, Kiley, in Cahforni? lent Into Ute B?asse a f.-w days since. Agreed tt After th?- transaction of the usual morning bus ncss, the bal to establish a branch Mint at New York was taken ap. Mr. Hradkirt moved to amend the amendmen of Jetlerson Davis, providing for two Assayin| Offices in California, wutti provide a Mint and oni Aiiayin? Office in Ban Fran lisco. A debRte of considerable length ensued, in tin coiine of which Messrs Soward ani Dickins >i strenuously advocate?! the establishment of th? Mint in New York, which was opposed by Messrs Badger, Dawson and others. The asaaaane being taken on Mr. Hradbnry'i amendment, it was agreed to, aud the ntnendment ns smended, was then mi ipted. Mr. Badoer moved to amend the bill by strikin; out of the first sectiou. the provision establishi i; a Mint in New-York, which was rejected?Yoas 20; Najs, Tv'?n follows : Teas?Badger, Berrlt-n, Bor!andv Butler, Corwin, Davii of Mass IIiwii'd. Davtoc, Jonea, Kin,;, Mason, M enor, fearte, Pratt, Smith, t?uruenc-, hturgeoL, Turner, L'ndi?; ?rood, VV?les. WhllconiS. N*vs?Atch'?on, Baldwin, Bell, Beotnn, Brsdbarj BilKht, Casa, Chase, Clarke, Clay, Clemens, IJavl? of Mm plrklnson. D??d|e or Wisconsin, Dodge of Iowa, DjaalBi D iwre?, Kelch, Greene, Haialio, Houston, Hunter, Ma: turn, Norrta, Rmk, tJet,astian, S-ward, Shields. Sjule, ( \ an'. Waller. The bill was then reported to the Senate, and th liiiendiiieiit was concurred in. Mr. 15.4 noun moved an amendment, providin: that the act shall net ko into effect, so ftr as re spects the Brasrtns Mint at Now Y rk, until tin Legiilsturc of that State shall pass an act declar inn the M.nt property free from tax ?tin i. Ur. Un B?seos said he would make no objectioi to tliisatnemlmei.t, a'thotiuh it would cause sunn deity in the operations of the Mint. Mr. ?TsTBBKWOOO moved to amend the amend ment, 10 SS to dir? et that the set shall not go inti. effect, until the New-York ?State Legislature shal cede to ths I nited States exclusivo jun over the grounds appropriated lor the use ol t ?a Mir.t. Mr. Down? opposod tbe latter amendment as un ncct ssary and involving a wrong principle, that o lading to the ri.itcd8tHtes jurisilicti m over all thi kaiMings and grounds on which Federal ottn-es ar? k'cated. Mr I. \ni uvvotin withlrew hia amendinent, aiu Mr. Badcer's wnsthen adopted. ( The bill was then ordered tu Im STJ "nssed am read a third time?by Yea?, 34 -, N-tvs, l. ti n b? lag made to the third leading of tin- lui b i fore its engrossment. The Senate then went iub Fact utive ?jession, and siain alter adjourned. HUI M? Or" BKPKKSENTATIVr-.s. On iiiiitiun of Mr. J.iM>, i r lercd, thit when th( llcuso adjourn todsy, it will be till to-aaorroa niuriiing, it eight o'clock, when an adjournraenl shall take place till M mday, for the purpose of hav? ing the hall put in Summer trim. Mr. COBBSTJ presented a resolution from the Louisiana Legislature, asking that measures be taken to prevent iuundatious of the Mississippi riv? r. Iteferred to the Committee on Public Lauds. Mr. Casiv presented the resolutions from the I.egislsture of I'eiinsylvania, on the subject of Agriculture. Bills fur the construction of certain roa Is in Mm nesota, passed. The bill Buttvirifini: the President tti B*^OtiatB a treaty wi:h the Indians of OregriB, for the extin? guishment of their claims to lands, passed. Tlie House then went into Committee of the Whole ? the State of the Lnijn, arid rasata 1 thi oon8iilerati.il of the bill to create an trilles of 8ir ?rjror (Jeneril of puMic lands in Ore?*oa, aad to provide lor the survey, ai.,1 make dnations to tit? settlers, ol said public lands. The amendment pending was to ontiie ooiii lions of land t.tiee whites. Mr. Ci, Disei free Boil] of Ohio earnestly op. Btae?) it, ami siMike of the intelligent sod p?tr t Um ot many blacks. Mr. Pitch ILocojof Indiana said, whether the amendment was adopted or not, it would mak? n > ditlereitce, as the people of Oregon have exclu led negroes, b? cause they amalgamate with, and lead Indiana ko commit miiehief. Mr 8s, Kitt IWIngl of New-York coutendet tust the l.e(i*.aturitif that Territory have no pod? erte eicludu any color of people, and sfOoagraai Bee fit to make u grant of lands to white or black pera? ns, they Lave the right uf grant for their own beru-tit. Mr CtNiun (Whig) of La. opposed the amend mei t, and said that Mr. Uiddiuga endeavorad to show the aupeno; ira i f the African over tie Cau ?BBBUM i ace, an<l had otlered an apoioiry to the Com blacks. co"ideri,1? **'? whites'?quai to the i. m good is the black, if he behaves BkaseeV as Mr. Coskad thought thit Mr.Giddingi was ,? ?ome degree connected with the negw race M ? (.wssol the opinion that it would il,, , . i Seeajt. diffus? L black, over Zl^'^ Mr. McMti.Liai (Loco) of Va replied to Mr Qid dines, and said it was true that Vi.-<inia Wood was of iHib.e rhsracter. whether in the veins of tlie white ??las liiack man. (Laughter.! Il Mr. biddings Bt??-s to \ i;?inis. he will bo invited to issviate with that rare et which he is the pe< u'iar friend. caveral others made remarks, when the amend rarit lo insert free whitci vu agreed to by 6T t. r^2?ittI?ut con>iu* to *?y axBaaeaaeel on the san, tlie ?-?ninnttre rose. t?b?l?l\}***m ?is made to la another me House then adjourrcd. M4SS?.ii;i?I|TTi .. ~ TK^ , ?i7?l!.?r^fyi* ?^l'Sll?eal ?trssar?a?. ?The ninth trial to elect . u ? gres, frcm this Vu?l^TaW? ? ^ K.turu. frcm IniT**^^^?*^? * torPsifr? Thom, a*!", %VOte?l *>7 vom ol i majority. Kiaht tnw?. JZ ^-'?nng himonec.rtwehuadred votj.^ Miasocu.-joHH B.HKBMi?BeT|. u,. L?^ V Xvi?loZ"*'?'00" r*Pr-eaUd b* * LABOR MOVEMENTS. Mrr.TiN(,s To-NiGHT-Of the Mann? Jew? 1er?, ?and all (?old and Silver Artisan? favor?. bleDfr.rming agr??t Otrff ?*-t:"" +*** ont dis' ? err?\\ at h. and Watch <J?.e. Makers, ?.l.er.iri.ih. ol ail h.nd..?V..?.i every lank Betel, Fuit..,, st ass. Rssasa. VV. WJ1 be. full atu-mlancf of these wont ' and t. Saal culm lists.Iris-atina tanB the artisan?. Le? representatives fru?a all other affiliated A ?Jana attend ami privo their views. The Silversmiths, Cabinet Maker?, sad Turner* BBOOt at Me. lia:, s' Hsl), 170 Paster St The Bteam Boiler -Makers' Protective Association at Keen's, corner of Grand an! I z:licth sta. The P Nrn. t. mi.-at aud Bsssa?iovas? The I of Second Mrtristtj W? Pearl**, cant/tot Elm.? If-, 11;.:t,,n i '.Inkers, and the Tinsmiths and I.',kM,..::s. si Jt.ci.tc.-'*, 53 Forsyth-st; Bad Foreign Political ltefugee?' Protective sfkSSndati ? at tiie Shaktpere Hotel. We hope that all of those Association? who have rot > et e*ar*tsa Delenatesto the Worhingmen's Convention will follow the ex? ample of the twenty-five Benevolent aud Protective Associations who have already chosen representa? tive?. In a short time the beneficial results of Bach a central organization wi'.i be felt greatly by m; artisans, and tend to strengthen the different iuc >r [ orated and unincorporated Societies which now irradiate our city with their healthful influence.? Little orno expenae will be incurred by sending Delegates, and we see no good reason why any So? ciety will not be represented either by Delegates or volunteers. Every thing looks favorable to the permanence of the Induttrial Congress. FROM HAVANA. The I'ardenn* Affair 'I lie Prisoner?! Expect? ed- Strength of the Government. Ct-respondeoce of The Tribune. Urtrrt. tiretity ?/ UcKlrath I Havana, Wednesday. May 22. 1 might have added extensively to my last by the Ohio, from the rumors afloat in our community, but the fear of being misled under the surrounding excitement and thus misleading others, deterred me. The main fact left, after the efl'erveiicence has worked oil', seems to bi, that Gen. Lopez with some three hundred men effected a landing at Car? denas on the night of the 1-th mit. The Governor of the place was made prisoner, with other crown official?, to be held as ror.tage? for the* safety of other? in tito power of the Government. ?Since writing the preceding, I am advised from a reliable source, that there was a contest between the Governor of Cardenas an 1 a few trojps with Lopez, the Goven or wounded and made pritoner, while it is stated tnat several of tho invaders were killed. It this is the invasion so long ant: . ?? ?he nucleus round which Cahsn hopes u -it gather, it is a failure, Ian force not sufficient, and the point? selected not deft-asihls military posit! mi. J'or two neu letl oi v1 . re in thn confutes, ol em? barkation, Gen. L. permitted the Governor of Car? denas aid others to be landed, not kiowiug that half hi? force were already prisoners and on tlieir way to Havana. The bark and brig are Batios captend, and as the cspturc was made on the coast of Yucatan, we hope the extreme penalty will not be visited upon IBM misled victims. The impression has been carefully infased into the Creole mind that this expedition wss t" fail that it had no basit to sustain it of men or meant, and the Atta ??'fstwt.n.* uavesuch ?trouge intima? tion of the truth o\ the Bllegrati m, that thei not make the declaration if they desire?! to do it There has been an entire stoppage of business for several days, and we have no quotations to make. From to-daj bu?ine?s will be returned,and there is no probability ot more interruption. The city of Hniann WSS left entirely to the *MOtOO turn <d the people?that i?. to the Catalans ; a few Creoles ware volunteer? from net r-Mstjr lot'safe t\ and the OSklj IsSSOn derivable I'rotu tins I I nitnt is, that the display of two thousand men in any quarter will draw from defensible wall? every regular ?oldier within reach. The three hundred of IVopes called out all Havana and Matanza?, and hr.il he retired v. ith tie t?.ivernor, he i.iiirht have made term? for his improvident preparation, and for the security of the lives he has foolishly involved. We are momentarily expecting the arrivul of the bark and briir with 1 ?o prisoners. If the Proclama? tion, which 1 transmit, I nve nlioaprclivt' effect ami is rigidly adhered to, there will be no one ?aved, in the powi r of the Government. The nature ol Meny they know not, ?ave when pleading for themselves. 1 cannot be more explicit?ihe re suits \ou tin- e Tie Goven ment has acted with great SMrgJ and promptitude, and it they exercise proportionate forbearance they will eat?b!ish a new mime in his? tory and win golden opinions among our progress ivt <? nntrymen. The citizen-soldiers have con? ducted themselves with great propriety, and I do not believe there is another community in the world that could parallel this conduct under similar circumstances. Men of all opinions have lurm m hod?Oven patriots?against this scheme, as it has appeared to theui ; and not an excess of any de? scription has been committed. Your?, ?/. n, o. Mory il the im.c ut I'nrtlenru?. llavacti Corretpondence of The Tribune. II ?t ????, Wedneaday, May J2, im ?rfntrt Uretfiyif itcKlr-jth: Knc'osed }00 will receive the precious document, Whieh 1 would trocilate did ray time permit. The measures and nilei are good, a'thongh the fashion of kiBiBg lits somewhat paased. Kvery dispatch gives a change in the version of the lending at Cardenas. It now seem? that sove ral of the insurgent force, were badly wour. led in an engagement with some twenty lancers_that two louse? were burnt. Col. White badly shot through the tody, and fiuady that the three hun? dred men retreated on board tbeir steamer taking the Governor aud a subordinate officer. Toe Q >v ernor was put on board ol a lithn ?- tmack, under a plecge of honor, that the men ?e(t wounded ?a 1 otherwise on alt.re, shejid i ot be injured in any? way. Lopez preceded in the Creole to K-v *?*? . t as is $i;j>po.?1, where he is followed hv the General of Marine?, who says he will take" him thence, let the wneoojnenees be irhat they may ; but tl it, probably, he will not attempt on "Bober Seroiidtl y. , 0 The llavun? Arroaat ?I the Tattle?; o? turtle-,,,,,. The Havana papers of the BSd last brou.'ht by the haUl, contain accounts of the taking of Car? denas, which differ little from our .eletrrsphie dis patches from Charleston. We take the Journal of Commerct ? translation : ?MrisnsTHS^*,;v ot>-Wd ?g Sta hwiittn ./ tmilll-IIIUJUJri,)^,^^ -w The traitors and raeabonda have airead-/ ab.n donedour lev.1 sod The pet?* of Cardeni.nave given then, a fru-htful le-sson, Uta. thai whi S then received from the few valiant ?oldiera who ?tr rita-. ssJ the plsce. 8carcely bad the population ??' covered from the surprise produced by the invasion in the morning, when the noble citiiene veeim threw themselves aim ?st unarmed upon the i famous rascals, and obliged them to re?mbark making them pay dearly for their temeritv. The late hour at which the mail arrived prevente our publishing more than the following lines, written by a friend; ('sangrias, Monday, May -Jo?-Time does act permit me to write you more than four linea. This plsce was selected by the banditti as the scene of their operation?. They landed at 3J o'clock yes terday morning, about MO strong, having been brought by a steamer. They immediately opened their lire apt n the few troops who garrisoned the place, ab?', l.owever, resisted to the utmost. N ertheless, the banditti made the miel ves roast of tbe town, r I in possesiion a f J in the cveninc it which tme the inhabits and the few soldi? ri wh.. romaine I with us, ral an?i eave ibera such a drutihlnir that > barked with al! pr?s ip?itioB ?lin, an. which wa* here, but put them ashore at I The-i- en n ssearj. casualties ? n t. ahaid is; but^ pirat I '??'1 vaj Hid ? ' ?; ?Uli win tor?- to I S iidamcus fat.,-? a-.d band who have da ed to prnsans tlu-irs ?B. ' CITY ITEMS. Tin PaoPOSBB Kaw Cotes?la the No Amterieam at yesterday we find some firther p fcD'.r-'s in laaeUoa to the new c ins which wehi latt.lj r. ' of the coi t piaas ii only 2*> ?.'rains, wliiie that tho t oppt r c?. i.t is 1(58 ?rains. The hole in tlie c ter, which makea tbe coin annular, beside afford adir mark by which it can boret? nze ! in t' ?? | (ket, will also render it . be couiit-.r The w ei/nt of BBS three cent piece ',? This coin is proposed asa convenient adtptati to the prices of many thiniri, and to raakin but there is also a special obj :ct wntempUted relation to it. The country is weary of the woi out Spanish Bsoeew which, for the last c?ntu nearly, has had io prominent a place in its curr< cy. and which is i 1 adapted to our decimal syste At the same time, every plan for forcing them to t crucible, as lon_- as pe?.ple hold them at their nor nil value, or even a slight fraction under it, is su to fail. The only resource left is toco<7.? them to t Mint, by exchanging them at the nominal value I natict al coin. This, however, could not be do with justice to the public treasury, without issuii: as many countries do, a minor coin, with a lei vaitntion si mewhat higher than the intrinsic ; the preient seal ii, and as the new cent wi8 alio 1 The Director of the Mint inued circulan It Winter to dealer? in various part? of the a ?unir and from the answers it appears that there are no six millions of doiUrs worth of small Spanish s ver in our currency. The following is the bd amount ol small American silver coined, to the b ??ginning of this yean In qusrter dollsr?.B3,7l3,i 79 Indmie?. i.111.711. In lialf-dlm-s. I '? Tout..fi!,ii?06?) The weight of the proposed three-cent piece is i ?adjusted 18 to enable the G .v, minent to make tl exchange without loss to itself, and there will I none to the party applying. The bill provides thi tbe three-cent pieco shall be paid out al the Min and its branches, in exchange for those and sun other varieties ot smaii aaraiga silver <?ius curre: among us, bvt for no other I I oin or butlioi The Passabb ofthi A?ia?A passaagsr ps the Asia gives the fcDoartag account,' her pasngi II?. Il;l tln.tslic "loll Liv.-rpot,! at I PU ?.?ax*!, on tlie i-lhmit. and had tine weather. Tin-. was aedi-Ui.tion on account of log. She arrive at Halifax at I . ' . A M. M the Mth, left at - A.V and arriv i tl at It.?ton at 1 P M. on tie -"th, or a dock at l J. and passen.ers were land"d at -J P.M The pnisa-e, tl.er. I .re, from Liverpool to Host'. allowing for di;':'. roi.ee in Ipegitettoi was ft n day ai..ij m ta?ara BO nn.ro, n i less.'' seST- The Grand ,'ury were in session .;,.fe mrs with cloied ?loorsj yesterday forenoon. Nothin as relates to their praeedla 'i lias transpired. A Lot tiMi.uv k is liiv, |SB ? We underetan. 11 at the i.? a (.i if. e i l.ocoiiKitive carne doan tl ? Hadeon Biver Kailr'ond lut night to the dt ,>?? in Chan.beri.it. Ti.ii macl.i.ie exactly resemVe a bat/gage our in outwartl appi araire, there beiii| r.osfeflii ser sn-nr.e Msiiile, aid but little noise al tending Its niotii n. It is meant fir City MS SO tirtly, and if tho experiment simuM pr.,ve sucoesi tul, will be n great improvement on the slow fash ii n 11 I..rieg drawn two or three miles by horsei where the D?p?t il litaated in the cenUrof tin City. _ f3r-Mr. Cnoswii.L, the Senior Editoroftrw Albany Argos, in reply ?a nuwspa|ier intimation' that he was al?out to retire from his editorial chaii ?nd remove from the city of Albany, lays ? "ErfSjfemeLts sr.d fn'.ereits niay call Liai from his p is: more or less, for a ftrw mor ins, hut not permanniii.y ; as? from a r?sidence In ibis city, cor fr.nu an inlere.i in auti ?dliorial conueriion with tbe " Wild lejfsrd ti tbeailo^rd tjronts, salary, 4c he on 'i | ferhsps to it-irret if-?' they h.ive even less founaauon Hi u l!.e frin.iliy iLii.oi-allud. d o" Fire?At II] o'clock on Tuesday night there was a aui&ll fire at 170 Monroe it. Very little damage, and no alarm. Rial. Estate.?Adrian II M?ller sold, yester day, at the Merchants' Exchange, the following . nv A H. MVLLKt?Maam 1 lot on North side Fourteen)! .l 7J feet from Irving piece, l its.Ia', 11* Misical ?Mr. Yiv ist Wallace, thepisnsf, with Ivs sister, Madame E. Wallace Busiieli.e, who is t,it?d as a v.K-alist, ai j Ma ?euioise le HSLBBS StorKl atel i.ttd, ?Betels, have reached this City and are i.ow slaying at Ilathbun s Hotel. Wl understamt they irtend ahortly to give a c >u c?rt. Oer ii.usic.il citheiis will need noother in? citen,?nt to firttt then wiih a hearty welcome. "Ihe i.imc of Wallace in familiar to all whose mem? ories txtend bst k tive or six years, and no one wl o heard him then wi 1 omit hearing him now. The DiiIbi.e Gramo Piano Concert ?Mr. T.rs ?oti's Exhibition C.ncert o? his Double Grand Piaoo Forte, came off last night a: the Apollo Rooms. It w as just such pleasant, petals t, satisfactory enter? tainment?where everything was well done, and there was just enough of it?as no one who hoars car, help et.it yitig. The performers were Hoffman, lturke, Timm, Kyle, Boucher, Pell, Pirsson, Biis tow, Johnson and King. The duet by King sod Kv ? was a d?lit i. us morcesu. II ifluian, who keeps his hold on public favur in spite of all the playing of tbe great pianists who have been am SBJ us, wss most rapturously encored The overture to the Bronze Horse, for eight hands, brought out the powers of the grand instrument with almost an orchestral effect. Mr. Pirssou, iu its cjostrurtii?, has effected in improvement which renders it su? perior to all other pianos, Car concert use. BROOKLYN ITEMS. Lawhehcic st. PrixiNG.?The proceedings i> relation to the opening of this str-.et from its pres ?.i.t term.nus n Nsssiust. have been stayed antil a report from tee Law Committee and Counsel of the Board can be had u to the legality of the pro? ceeding?. Eog Match ?This entertainment came off on Tnesdsy afternoon. The manner of ?'oing i: was as toll.iws : fifty eggs were placed on In?? ^rooad at one yard apart, making a distance of tifty yards from ihe first to the Isst egyt A pail of water was then pisced at one end of the row and the fun com- I , the operator peking the eggs up one by - running to depot il them in the , ail with oat bresimg them. The time agreed upon was twtnty minute?, but the fest was ae-ompliahed ;n ? ".. t'r -seconds, leaving eight < i to spare, jh ? running distance was one? aantS and tw0 lift!.?. The wa^er was B"J5. fATioft.?The new Temperance hall over ; Mr. Csmmeyi r ? msrk t a' the corner of Fulton ? si?, ?ffl be . " ?s evening. ISAl F-TATK?Mr. Bleeder sold yesterday a j very large amouxt of Brooklyn property, as fol? lows: BY A. j BLEKCKEI A CO Mi , Zctsco dreene. r.e?r N.f.rand tt ea .?-.<'iii-ltT 2 do?djointr?- ,. B rear, tas Van B ree-M -a . a IS - >?? ; 4 uon.r lira. .-, .. tjtrev ?is ea . -a Al> ? - do ?? -, . 4 doctr V?t, Buren ?r-l N? 'aud tit. e? ."ni?o?17S each. T ???. ? tear un La K.veiie?. . lSdo do -14-ve?. I.;;. ? do do ?taise?UO-ar,. 2 do do. j.*i ? !\ resent-'! Van Buren ?t? aa 35x100?ISOsn ? do?dJ.ill.?CL BB i a?. iWo do SSsiro?145ea. 1,140 2 do do -ir>?a. 1 d.> du sa. 2 de en La Ftje'te-tt rea? Nostrtad-av, ea 2Sxl> n? 14u es. 2K0 4 doadjoining, ea . , -ISSaa. 4 do on rear on Ku*ciu*ko-*l IV> ea. "-Il' ea. 28i? 4 do oeai al.ove, with I loti on rear, ea 25i!"o?; sj each. 4 do cor Ko?ciu*kd-*t. ?nd No*tr?n.l av- ea BtalBS '87 5o ea. 7V> 4 t!o?.!n...ilng, e?. v|. ?195 ?ta. ?SS 4 doopptttte, aa2S?li -'.???. r?ii 4 doaj.oining, e? j.xiui-i'tiea . 780 3 doon rear on Koi-cuuko ?t SO Malta ?IM OS. M 2 doadjoining, ea -il loi?? iMso.. 3H0 4 do mi tsxioa??TSea. s*?? 4 do do "aa. 6H> 2 do do -*>xl??>? ItvSea. 3K? j do rn rear on De K?lt>-av ea Malta ISA OB.. H 4 do ad>irdng, ea Kxll 0?160 ea. M 4 do do ?5x1""?IWea. BBS 2 do do Jixioa?lune*. S?d 3 do do StalSS IBtaa. MB 3 do on No?tr?nd-sv. near PulatklsL aa 2'ixlOO?1V? each. 4*) 2 do adjoining, wiih botttB, f > <>e?. fiiio t se? as ea De nala-a? r.earNo*;racd-?v #i5?e*... 310 1 doad;oictng, Sil.' .V> each.'.. -do do $!>.' Soeach. -H-1? 2 do do fl-tieach. M I lui? aljolnlng, |! I? each. 2V?0 4 docor Maicy av. ?nd Kotcluiko it. ea ?Sxluo? 118 ?acb. 47. - doadioiiilng, ?ll'ieach. 0t nue, ea J.xlim-1.11 each. ?> tore? on r??r, |"> each. MS I du ?dioir.lBg. ao . lui? on yuincv-.L near N.xtrand av. with 2 un rear on illckorv-tl sa 19B1SS?US SB). 4lu 121olt adjoining', wtth 12OB rear, e? 23x100?ISS ea. '.'.'i.M 4 doadjelnintr, will, J on retr, 8B2f)XlSa?ISSaS.... t>"?> ti docor Hickory-*! and M?'cy-?v. ea ?">xl 0? lU'ea MS 5 do uppo*t!*, M-Sxl0S?llSaa. || -. s ' ii ranr OB H ckury?t $8* SO each. '?? do acjolnlng. *>>e?r!,. (SS t ; !? errottte, with 6 on rrar on (Jreenc-av ea-'ix aa. LIM C do ?dulr.ing, wi:h firm rear, ea :-,vH")-M7 tage,. 1.17" t do adjoining will 8on re?r, e? .'o Ice Nu e? ... LAOS r Toinpklni-av. ?r.d Hickory-?'.. ee.'ixl'M ?ach. ?V-O IdoarJi . ?.?..? ?100? '7.yie?ch. I ?V <in're?r. e? J-ixlitu?-.' V'each. . ... 740 Tomrkin??v heiween Hickory ?t. and Ureeue-av aa ..'.xli n?lu? each. t?i-1 F ?t OB li sr, ea each. 7e1 XKWAIIK ITEMS. Pin..-soi.o..u u I. ?. Ti RSS ? Tli ; highly inter t Leetarss in Wathini-ton Hall by Metsrs. asti I S, aro ilrawiiitr -f?->d audiences, ami .iii.tir.p public attention to the lucid, com? mon- ?eii?e, practi-al ?dea? which tliey announco of the ci nttitution of I /.man Batare Their teach. bgs ha' e a peculiar attraction on ?count of their oovious replication to BO many important personal ar.d toca! inte" sts -,-a?. A Glt.UEHI. TKIIll'Tt TO Wurtnt ivn (in mi I, An appropriate end altogether boautifdl plan hi* been devised lor tlie erection of a M >n i ,i ??,; ii Mount Auburn to lbs memory of tbe late Ills <'?i.ii"i>. A splendid volume, contistiiitr of co'itrib etioi ? o( her personal and literary friends, and em le'.lithed by sxqnbitely sograved portraits of bet? self and her cl.il'lreu, will be isiue.l during; the summer, and the cuti.e profits of it (in !.i liag tin* ordinary per centa/e of the booksellers,; will be devoted to the erection 11 a suita ble monument to the deceased Poetess in the beautiful cemetery w' . re she ?a buriel. The bo >k will be edited by Mr?. Osgood? intimate irlend, Mary K. Hewitt, aid among the contributor? who have already given their names ti the llditres?, we believe we mty mention Hit Lordship the Bishop of Jamaica, 'one of the most cltisical poets who now write the English lai frnage); the lit. Rev. Oeorge W. Donne, Bishop of New Jersey ; Mr Bryant, Mr Willi?, Mr. Boh or, Mr?. (?. (Joilri h, Mr. Whip pi-, Mr. T. 1! Head, Mr. Bayard Taylor, Mr. Epos Sargent, Mr. Alfred B. 8treet, Mr. Stoddard, Mr Griswold, tbe author 11 "St. Lt-fST.*1 Miss Lynch, Bev. Ralph Hoyt, Mrs. Wilby, Miss Alice Carey, Ms? Hunter, Mr?. K. (lake? Sraitli, Mr?. Whitman, snd indeed nearly ail the eminent female writers of ths country. The fund thus rnisetl will be appro? priated under the direction of a Committee con fiitir- of Hon. H. B. Anthony, Governor of Rhode Isiand Richard B. Kimbsll, E?ri, Rev. Rufu? W. (Jriswold, Alfred B. Strct, George II. B.k I I Wlipple, James I. Field?, Bayard Taylor, ard H J. Raymond. The l'nrker .Hur.ler. Ac.Arc. Msm HK-rrs, N. H Monday, Msy 77, \KV) The Wentworths 'Asa and Hettri arrived here yesterday afternoon about four o'rlocli, in cuttody (I b).i rill* Deartorn ?nd Gotxlwiri, of Mxeter, and Sheritt Lamprey, of Hampton, a? ?tated in to nay s / ? 'IIkBJ were retained st Kxeter ov?r 8atur dsy ni?bt,"ard on Pui.dsy morning at 10 o'clock, they were ttken b> private; conveyance acmts the county to Manifester. They are both incastoly at tie City Botel, there besag no prisoa nearer thsn An.her?t? I.' miles dit', la "??. H -a.-' \\'--it w. rth, who w?s arrettetl at Lowell, and Win. C. Clark are in custody at the Manchester House. Last evenn | Hornos expre??ed a with to aee his brother?, Asa and Henry. His renuett was grsnted When he pasted into his brothers' room at the City 11 "tel, Hrnry. who wasoutin the entry conversing with ?ome friend who had called to SO0 him, looked up, but as soon as he discovered H?r see he went to setafSSSlna; ?gain, and it was not ti ait? r bs was sssrt for that he went into t.'se room where Ho-a.e was. The meeting is said to bave leen a very cool one H? nry asked Hora e il be had wriiten to their mothe', tellim- her ab >ut their trr.uble. Horace replied that he ha : that he had not written to any on. . that they the ? would not let him see any on?, and that he did t.ot desire any per?on to see him He i* re? ported M hsve ssid t. st all ht cart* about it to git I it? i-m nrrk out of >*- > sj Thursday morning is decided upon as the time : when tbe exainiuaiiui will couir.ience. ilxa.-.j I snd Ciark ibmand a full eis'uiuatio?. A?? and ? Heary have be. n udvited by ar the ??? ruent wiit.out pittintr'ir. any defense ASS insiits upon Making Im owu defeate and doing his own iTt.ss ?I'j.stioniiig. >iut he will probably l> ? persuaded out of that ?dea belitre the time for ex? amination arrives. Citrk still in?i?tf that he can prove ?n n'?/>i, a? I formerly mentioned m a letter from this n!a'"e>i me week? ?ince. He appears M oe urt .tly tr in mind abc.nt Bomething?probably as to Kox be shsll prove his al\li. hlessrs riereeand Athertoo, distinguished laar yers, are em-aged as Clark s cjunsel. Tne stm ? gentlemen will probablj be retained by Henry and Ass. for I lesjn since my arrivai here, that J id *e Ooodenow, the ?enior coonse' for Attentt at the examination in South Berwick, has withdrawn frt m the case ; for wnat reason 1 know n t. Mr. F.??in ?not 8?co, will be retained with V is-i Pierce and Athertrn. Mcastrs AbtKitt and I of Lewel!, are employed as coumel for Horaa*. ?Jttoa Be*. iy Tin Mortal Remains or James K. Polk, late Presid? I ' i'a_v r in the cemetery, with ap i ceremonies of po . :, an 1 ?lv-at?-' vault prwpared I r ibeui, in the beautiful U h thii city. [Nashville True Whu. H AMUSEMKN'l^ ANTOK-PLACK OI'hK HOI ?K.-K-i-t ?if ins ll?v?r? I? la? ainour.ee to lb? mu? , , ? i ? : te has leased the A?:. ? i i , ..? f .r a short ?e-. will ?lv?> ui?> t. - uon ?ivnJay isniiiif, Jua ? ?. Partfralara as ? P less?General ai N ? secured, f 1 ?I. Tbe b I ka oren sa Saturday, Juta I ?i ?a hlch '..me , ace? can 1 ?? ? AN'TO PADER. BliOAUV* Al rilKATl i" - i?H ? ?'i,? ? tain ?>';: rtsa at 7J.-TUI8 EV ? M nil Mar Su, will be perfo-tnrd tie near Comedy in ' aria ?i. THE SKRlt'LS FAMILY. Captain Murpby Magutre.Mr. IIJ '.son Auiinlda't S rea ..Lna; man | Lady Craaaily....Mrs tl ? -1 Mr C Turren?.perrv iMriTorrei I. ..Mrs Sk'rrett Kratk Vincent.Si'ia'l | Mrs lit .wain s.... M .as Huri To cuLclurla wilh ihe * ?rre of HIS LAST LEQ9. O ( al a. bar ...Mr. Hudson | Ju.ia.Mis H irn face? of sdmlaaloo To Ureas Circle and rarqosjwa, M sent? ; rsrnfry and ?Third Circles, S3 eis, liailery, ut caau. BIRTON'Sl TUkATKK.-D.tr. ops? ai 14, la commence si ?,.?THIS EVEN1NO, May 10, will bs p.aytu i:.e New Comeuv, in 3 acts, of rai cat .?PAW. Carl. Burgonet..Mr. Ciarse. Mr. ?snowball...Mr. Barton Mis. l*eai.l.tlown... Rusaeil ? Roaeiuary. ...MiuCbapman To conclude with the comedv of THESER1UU8 SAM1LY Cbas. Terr?t?.< aiketKraak Vlnceol..Mr. Levera C'apl. ?'agnlre.Jordanl Aimnadah Sleek.Mr Barton Lady Cream ley. Mrs. Hugbesi Delaine.Miss Chapman 1*0 i t.Bciude will! 1.1 i.au.i Djubl? Po.ka Coulllon. Palcas Basas Dre??Cirrl?aod Parquette, 4<lci?.; Fami? ly tii< ,e ?r ??-coud Tier, ?icis.i Pr?vale Uoxee, fed and |? fVllll.O*!'..-OPEN FOR THE SUMMER SEASON. 1*1HIS EVENING, May *>, will be perlormed Morris Barnef? not ula? l'orne?', nf THE SERIOt'S FAMILY. Cart Magulre_Brougham Cbss. Torrens.Rrvcoid? Ami. i.l. Sleek .Chttpendale Krar.k \ Irrem.Copland Lady Creamlv .Mn. Vernon Mr?. TorrenaMlss M. Taylor Mr? Delmalne ..Mra Seftjn Emma Leslte.M ss VVUmot To conclude wlm We?ion'? new Karce, called TICKLISH TIMES Pet kj n I'ostlelh walte.M r. .1 ih n Sefkon Col. Cranky..Mr. Ntcklnson I Alice.Miss NVktason Cspt. Dudley_Mr. VValcot | Dolly Marygold. Mr? Seflon AdrulssloL to all parts of the house 50 cenia ?oors opea Bl 7 n'c ? -ck ; IO commet re at 8. AWTOH-PI.ACK TIIKATKK. - Complimentary Benetii to Mr BASS, on FRIDAY KVt.NINH, May 31, 18511? Genera*? Committee Caleb 8. Wood bull, Esi|. Mayor; F A. Talrnsdge, Es?j. Recorder; Anorew H Mica le, Em. ;N. B Lal.au, Isa Jeta B Brady. Ksq Win K Ttmni, Esii T. C. Beaies, E?t? Pinst enlof ihe8i.(>?orge'8 W Young, E?t| Vice- President of the St George's Society. W Bun?, Esq. Stephen Bogart, Esq Ruban A. Kmuit-i. Bsq. Eliish Ward, Ess *.ro P Morn?,Bsa N P. vv Es?,. Ogden Hotfinsn, E.i) T. C Porter. Mana I ?it Dramatic I'oinoilltee Cbas. Kemile Msson, J. 0 Neatie, W. T. Rollers, J C. Losler, R. M. Marun, i.e. The follnv. log artists bavr kindly tendered their aid: Mrs. Jsnies Walisck, Jr. Mus Kanuy Wallace, Mr?. Mrl-MUi, Mr? l>,mi, Mr?. O Lodrr, Mtss Weaion, Mr?. Hamilton, M ..!? Mn. Mr J VVal.sck Lester, Mr. J. O Neari?, Mr. C K Maai ':. Mr. OsWSsaBor. Mr C. vVharton, Mr. Lltieil. Mr. M SB, Mr. MrUor.ail, Mr Stratford, Mr. Barceit, Mr. Rldge l?y, Mr. AI way, kc. Tbe Dodstorib Band bave also ten? der???! their vaiuat'le aid, and will appear on the ?tags, in nisgnllitenl new uniform, and perform ??versl choice mor? ceaux du.tog the eveiimsr. Mr. W. T. Roberts, Leader, with a double orchestra will ?apport the musical depart mer l, tad. previous to the comedy, will perfor.il An jera overture," The Crown of Diamonds.'' Tickets l?re Hollar) may be o'italned at either of the H tel? and at the bars t.if'ce, where places may be secured w uu.uladdii onai cl.argt. Adinlssluu lo ibe aitipliheaier ?5 cent?. ..,. FR'DAY K'TSN'SO.May ?>'.'?*> pari .finance? wl 1 con metice with the ?dm I red t:?>madv of the tfOl.DIERa DAUGHTER. f.overrjor Heanali. Mr Ha?s; krai.a lu'riall. Mr. J. Wal lack Lester; Mr. Malkirt, Mr C Waru>o, tins first appear? ance in New-York), Captain Woodley. Mr (?rosvenor; frrr.il, Mr. SuiHorc , Timothy Quauil Mr L'ttell; Tu una?, Mr Rld^ley; U?Hir((e, Mr Banieit; Trie Widow Chaerly, Mrv. J U alia??. Jr : M ?. Maifort, Mrs. McLean; Susan, Alisa Khr.n. Aller the Comedy, Ibe fn.lnwtii?? C mcert, t?y il - cesan read ' Uodwortli Band," i.e. Rondo and Kmal?. "Linda diCbamouii/'assuoi by Madame l.a'iorde Maret. /f? Son??'lli.veiieiiierry?uii?hine,"by Mrs.O I,?1er. | i nitlie-' S ?nnaiiifiiila," (Dodworlh Banl.) B-l lim. ' Very Be?t Polka," dadi?ated to the *'Up-top," A. Dolworlh After tin-roiicrr', Mr C K Mason will reetie Kobtr. Bi.n s' celebraied com c poem of "Tarn O'Sfianler.'' To Ml . lufie wilh rfee Cnmrdv of CHARLES THE SECOND. Kir/Chsiles, Mr. Nestie; Earl of Rocbeser, Mr. Wh*r toa I Kdvaa/d. (a psare ) Ml?? VV'e?ton; Capt?l-i ( jpp Mr. liar? ; l.adv Clsrs, Mrs McL-an; Mary Cipp, Mils Kanuy Wil.aik. Deesa open st 7 : to commence st bilt'-past 7. mySii .'t CHKISTY'S BrUMSTUELS, MECHANICM' HALL, \(J 4TJ BROADWAY, f.-lweer. (Irand and Brooms ?la. l^l-OPEN E\ERY MUHT DLRINli THE WEEK. Tbe original and well-known CI1R1-S? Y'S ETHIOPIAN OPERA TROUPK. The brat edabllshed and oldest ursani/ed hand In the wor.d, comprising a company of twelve performer?, uno ir Ihedirecii.L Of r. t t.'hriily. They irlli ha7o tue hon ir of Hiving their orVtual and Intmilable enlertaJaine'ii? every Bli;hi until rurlher notice. Admission ^^ cents. Doors open at 7, Concert will corn BiencealS ?Velock. An afternoon concert on Saturday, eommenrtnf at S o'clock, P M. my^7 8as* OLYMPIC. PIKKIK"M ??lIPIMTKKI^.-TheorlirlnalPompey late of Chr1?ty's Mnstrels?Every Erenlng until fur? ther milice.?Crowtled otghtiy by the beauty and fashion of this city. Best Ethiopian band In the world, consisting of fourteen performers, under the direction of E. H. Pierre. A choice selection of Soozs, Glees, Choruses, Medleys, Refrains, Burlesques, Ac. kr peculiar W the Illustration of Clblopian character. Admission ib cents ; private boxes $3 ; Orchestra seats, 6A recta Saturday, May 11, Benebt of Lieut. E. Horn sitas Brother Bl.le? A n Afternoon Concert on Wednesday? and eaturd???. Door? open al 2?concert at S o'clock. my if BAHM.M'H I.A.M 4NI1IKK HEIiL-KIM.? EKS. alilie<"hlni'ie Buiidl gi, Vj Broadway. Tl.'i lalsa led Band or Performers, whose entertainments dunn?: lbs past two weeks bave bien graeted with crowd? ed houses snd unfiourrieci applause, will ?pnear again EVERY EVENINOTHI8 WEEK, commrrdri' Monday. May ft, at I o'cloca. and oo U EONESDAY AND SATURDAY" ArTERNOONH St 3 o'clock Ttelr novel petforuiance? far excrl anything of i he kind ever before wllnetied by an American anil ence. Their music, being produced by the um of TWENTY-KOl'R BELLS AT ONE TIME ?viz : ft.i;r lo each man?produce? an e?ecl al once aaton Ubirg and enchanting. They execute a great rartety of pi.puisr Ma/rhe?, V. ?it/e?, yiadrtl.e?, P?ika?, Nailoiial Airs. Ethiopian Melodies, snd ?elect pieces from the in >?t eel. tiraied operas, v? nh a harmony and delicacy of lene wbtch (-r.-ates ibe greatest dellglit. In coojuncttnn wlih the Beli-Riugers, wtd also app??ar tbcie latert?id Vnca.iais MISS LESLIE AND MR HARISON, the fermer in s varleiy of popular songs, and ihe latter In several comic melodies and Improvisatory effusions. Acmtsalob ISeflalS, children under ID half pries. mv?7tf Tf.l? is positively ihe laal week of ?tils uurlvaiiad t . n psnv, ss we leain they wi.l make iheir debut In PhUadsl iL Monday next. BAHM >l'?4 < HINK-.E MCSBCM.asV areaaV way, between (Spring snd Prince ?Ss?P. T. BAR? NIM, Proprietor and Manager. Beaefagssaaet for s snort ume longer, commencing Moo day, May 27, of THE CHINESE LADT AND BITTE. who purpose visiting ih? p-iaelpal ?titles of the I nloe pre viou? lu \be\r depariure for Europe In addmoo to TUE CHINESE KAMILY, Mix to Nuoibar, Iccludmr IB? Ladv wph feet 21 fnche? ioof. THE CHINESE COIX?CTIO? rtMisisfinr of ovar ONE MILLION CHINESE cl'RIOSITIES : V?xa.and Inwrunierta: Musi, dynng ihe lay andevrcing. Oc?n front 9AM ull M FM Adm:ast<?o 2aceaH; eMMren under m\ hsif prlra. ry- Liberal arrangemeni? made with pu',lie and private m,. . ?|?u,rgil.eMu?eum In a tjpdy BV*fl ' I ADIr*"' F.4IH, < IIOTON IIAI.I,, I HOW. 1..E8 Y ?TI ?s oVitgbifui p.?m of puMic amtiaeme.it aas ?? ?'. a. ihe nsaceactahl* | r. asssa for upwards twelre misBlBs, ? ?. ? ?? a- ??' .-ring, wt*h a ksOStj w ? i- j ?tures, rruslc. suman, and no aanoyariee by i,-ii.g asked opuntaae n i : j ofc.'Kk. Tna g?iuwsaru ir> rsey cruld see son.nititng tere; ihsva Is nothisr ?- ,l .?hire my*) HI? Mtl.I.IT? IfKHA 41 and The Defugo-Tbeae eels. braxed and eftWt've ^ain?rig? ara onVred for sale cheap l*ret?e, to cloas a co.areva. Trie Dream, or End of the <A . rid, Kast.een exi-il,i?ed In but few Atlantic dues and has r?. MS tlousacls of visitors. [Sl.onn in Pr-iladeipba ssasxa t Ttuew may he n?n for a law days at the Ap-iilo Bssstsbb. Apply lo UEO ALKER.U the rooms my27lwta* ^ATIONAI, AlAUK.nV OF DK-II.N. T a Tweniy-ttfth Aanu.l Exulbuion t? now open al the New Oa.-ry. ?63 Broadway, oppnatta Bond at from ? A M Cl la r M Atlii.tiju.ia ?,'? car.as ; sVsaaoa Tlcaets ? cents. Catakigaas 124 rents a?Sftama* L'M?ls I Ol If .-f.. l-.l.TstUTriPlCt.-s'ridsy, M?v J!. st 3 o'clock P M Purse. AiV> Mito heats, heat 3 Id*. D Bryant aameagr m Lady SuSolk lo sadda?. Jamas u :.alplv Barnes tk r Don Miiier to sutkey Tas cars will leave the Soah Fe. ry, Br.KiSlyn, at ?t o'clock, and rev?rn as ?oot as Ibe ip irt? are over mjt 2tis* 9PICEBkMi.YIANN ! A The Argentine Kr publie Flalsi* ta tt?c Interior. la the r.ntuk Packet of Buenos Ayrea, yare? 30, which we have just recited, we Bad toe fob Wrwin?: Bccount of partiztn ti.-hts in the later-??.. We have new? this week of a fresh inroad bait, the Oriental terrttonr bv a narty of Rio tlrnmtm bsnditn headed by the t'nitintn refareeCeatattaa rr/i<:? Calendo, u coBuectl I with the Imperial Bk rcn de Jacuy. The hruanda. who were lio u-mb? l>er, were overtaken by the force under the com ranntiofthe Oriental (' W ,?. ?ui r:tta ?, up wn.ls o' ? '-i of them r?*intr made to bite the dutt.sn' sbsmI I it > ./their spar? horses bcintrcaptj' ? p-rsuit from the Lss l'.^?ras iu the Arapny. Severa' t1 tarts who had -,de ptisnSsStS after tbeir homes were pU Isged, were also rescued. At the d*to of the last ? ts I ' panait was ?tu b m ? ande ?*ter tie til n ni the A . >? i' v?, ?nd it WSS tl'OU?l; ?m11 tall. C n a party of 10 or II marauders" hes-h d b im gol - ?.? detr>era dott l.rmos aid Ramon t'araza. wore dispatched up the l rsguay front M am 'acoant school.rr. and 'ar.din?: durinc the night near the Arena! Grande on an unprotected part of tbe coast ?urprised the boojseofs Msessiw Italian wood? cutter, murdered him an I a man in his employ; and subsequently falling ,i with a sergeant and a soldier on duty rut the tfcr. art of both. As soon as ' 'he a'srni wa? giv, - a . ? t > th.-?.-en* of blood, the miscreants r -embarked and proceeded in ihc *ci oonor towaro the Tsdjassy. It Is to be hoped that Admiral Le;>re lour will'make the in trusive authorifj in M.int ? i liais for this flagitious violstion of tiie suspesion of arms catab hshed tinder his auspices. Honor *"d humvittv alike call for prompt repression of such faithless and atrocious conduct. fftT* The President lss officially reoognixed Patrick Dili on as Consul of France for 8an Francisco, Cal. FURTHER FROM EUROPE. BY THE ASIA GREAT BRITAIN. The ?reek Qaeatlea. From the London T.u.es, May 17. The tm a of aelf-gratulati ?n which ?orne of the Ministerial journals hail tbouitht tit to adopt >ipoo tl.e conclusion of the late paiulul diapute with tin? (?reek I loveraient firms a ?trange contrast to the impression, partly of perp.exity and partly of dis gust, which these occurrence? have produced on the public in this country, and on the (?overamente of foreign Statea equalh interested with ourselves in the prosperity of Greece. Hut the guarded ex planatione given last night in Parliament with reference to the withdrawal of the French Ambas? sador from London, proved that other c msidera tions. of a far more serions nature, art? ?till connect ed with this subject. It is true that M. Drouyn do Lhuys's journey may be attributed to the debate in the National Assembly, and that he may furnish information of importance to hia Government, but it is also true that his departure was preceded by the presentation of notea written with great viva? city of language and thut the French Government bave not concealed their extreme irritation and dis? pleasure ai a settlement ol the Greek question which they conceivo to be inconsistent with the good offices ol France. A Russian note, ol equal or even greater force than that of the 19th of Feb? ruary has also been addressed to the British G >v ernment. We are, therefore, brought back to the question which originally appeared to us the moat important part of the matter, namely, what effect the late operations in Greece are likely to produce on our relations with Frar es and Russia, the other protecting Powers of that kingdom. As a matter of fact, it is beyond all doubfthat the new? ot the abrupt termination o? the BSBJSB?S tion and the partial tiUi?raction of the?? claims, withoutthe concurrence of the French Envoy, pro? duced in Paris even more surprise and irritation than the first intelligence of Admiral Parker a hoa tQsj BSTSsBtsntVaSjB in the month of January. The Fret,ch Minister of Foreign Altai?? stated that hi? had received advieea from Athena " aa unfortunate gs they were unexpected "?an early day was ap pointed lor a full discussion of tlio subject?and Lord Palmerston was generally supposed, even by those French politicians who are most attached to the alliance ot this BOSOM***, to have stooped to very rquivo. a! practices in hi? ooadact of this allair. We sincerely hope that he may be able to disprove these ' h n rires, which would be injurious to the character of any private -rentlemsn, and are an intorerable stigma on the honesty and veracity of a Minister of the Crown. Hut he his answer what it may, we cannot expect that the blow ho has i:il en to the. idea of Preach importance in Greece will not rnnkle ?mot ;it that proud and sensitive people, lor it is irn? unible to deny that 1!.train (lu m was d'spaiclie'l to Athens on A fools errand, since Mr. W} se had from firs' to last no instructions which enabled him to comply with Buy of the French agent's suggestions or re |ue?t?. It i? true that ?lut tliu ilrri-k Government had surrendered at discret?: n, Mr. Wyse did feol him f< It ?nthori/ed to make a largo reduction in his demand?. We entirely eoocnr with tlm Marquis Laiisdnwne in the approbation he bestowed on that part of the transac-jon, and w? only regret that the abatement was not msde with fur greater promptitude and to a far /reater extent. For when it is staerted that Lord I'ulmcritou has not bated one jet of his demands, it must be borne in mind that the original claims, which were to be settled ic '-'4 hours under psin of hostile operations on the l'.lb of Jsnuary, wore for upward of BB0.BO0 drachma?, and that the * urn accepted on the '.'7th nt April is \iy\W0 drarhmait paid absolutely, and more on depotit for the Portuguese claims. Mr. Wjii" did, therefore, abandon the greater part of his claims, mnch, as we tnink, to hi? credit. It seems thst in the meanwhile, the subject having been discussed between Lord Palmerston and M. Drouyn de L'Huys, the sum name? in the draught convention agreed upon here was ?,5o?>, or Union drachmas imm- than Mr. Wyao had accepted at Athens. It is of course impossible that the French shooM require, the execution ol terms less favorable to the Greeks than those M. Londos hsd already obtained from Mr. Wyse , but there are some other provisions in the London convention which may turn the scale. Thus, it wss agreed here thst the Portuguese claims of Don Pacifico should be referred to a regular arbi tratiin and duly substantiated, while the Greek Government at Athen % was forced to submit to the will and pleasure of the British Minister on this point, snd even to psy over 1 '0,000 drachmas SB account of these clsirns with an engagement to complete the amount, if more Is required. In a word, by the French convention As ?um of ?B0O,. ?QQ wa? to operate as a full discharge, but tbe sums obtained by Mr Wj?e were only an instalment still lisble to be augmented by tbe lijtitio'it claims ol Po-tugsl Bor, not to dwell too minutely on these deU's. the sutstsntial grievances i,' the Kreuth Govern ment ?re that af?er Lord Palmerston had accepted their " good offices" with expressions of satisfsc tion, he took r.o steps w liste ver to give effect to the negotistioB ; that he needlessly or designedly delayed his communi.stiori?, so that when di? patches were sent to liaron Groe no correspond? ing diipatches reached Mr. Wyse; that ho thou? c? nfrivtil to prolong the dispute, and to inflict on Greece the injury of fresh coercive measures, which Frsrce hsd expressly biped to prevent. that he has forcibly terminated the affair, with a total di?re*TSrd of the common riirhts of the other protectimr Powers in Greece, even after be had I 'i ?.?? d to ?crept the ^ood omVe? of one of them, ard h.s'l consulted, tr.iUL'h non orrl :i?lly, the Mm itt.r o' the other: and it is added that these ?trsrge objects have been attained by a still more strar.-e disregard of pre? i?i >n and good faith. To ?II this Lord Palmerston msy reply that the erm r*f the Convention which was actually ne? gotiated between himself and M Drouyn de L'Haye bsrs the French from further objections to the clams made on Greece, st leaat to the extent of We ?re oarselves t ntirely at a loss to con cei'e how any impartial per?n. taking into con ??deration the facts contained in the papera now before Parliament, can ever have assented to any su?-h demand on such qaestioaable evidence, but thati? a point to be ?ettled between the French Mirii??ers and the French Assembly. Lord Pal merstoo is entitled to invoke tbe benefit ot that ?a-reement as far aa it goes : hat then he mast, in common consistency and fairness, give way to tbe drniSDd of tbe Fren? h Government for the ful riJlment of the convention in its ether terms which are noore favorable to Greece. The p.-si tion of Rusais on this qiestion Isleos advanced than that of France, but it otenot he foe ?otten that Itusaia rested h<*r non ints-rferenoe oa the serv-rvteiice of the ?-rjod offices of Frnaotf: that she formally declared, in a note of unwonted force, that her future relations with Great Britain wouhl