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VOL. X.NO 2871. NEW-YORK, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1850. PRICE TWO CENTS. WEW.Y()RKJ[,RUHJ?NE. ral ?fW-YOftt DAIt-T TKIHI'ltt II ftBLlSMBD tTIRT ?i.RrOr.". ,St:??i'ATS UCBPTBOy) ?. e>he TrlbasM? H?n II**?, ewrwrer if -Spraca ???"??a?? aaJreaeta, eppwalt* SMesJU, linil, T^rt^rad to City ?ib?cr1ba>r? fry? I A, cant* per week ; ^JLan Bhev preakr. Hv*y can pay lo advance at lb* Deck fiaTayooio* or ? year al the Mura rala ?lugl? copie* * fiwM' Ball Buttcrll.'irs Flv.? D, liars rwr annutn, la Eaa*^?Uv?tt-rip0?OS tasen for six month? For ihre.* m^. ?i ?to Three Dollars lo advance required In t!) ex. ?JSZos avWi C.Hintn. Newapaperc Dell, paper? Waived ?a?so?ce, ?bis? term? ere higher than ibos? cf Tie $?nr. ?e? eel allowed ar.Y yfe-eni-e_ InKW-NORK TMHUiNE. Skews from the old world BY THE CANADA. a> (otee froto Liverpool to Jone 13, l.onrioo lU, nu' I'm '? l'A? Tbe Canada arrived at Boston at l?V< toob Wo 1 ?aesdsy evening The following detail* of newi re. served by her are irvm the British, French and Oof ?aari filet received by The Ne*- lor* Tribune: GREAT BRITAIN. Tiling,? la ruril.iiiiriii. On Friday, the ~th. in answer to a question froti Mr. Stuart, Lord John Huueii said he OTOOld make known in a fortnight the plan BaWaWOOtOOt :>r.'pos-! tor the future iluto ? o! ttio Court o? Chancery, the jeris'liction ol the Houle of Lords in aPPOt and the politicalftuictioui of the Lord Chancellor; at present the great seal is to be put in 0 nnni'ssion, btiiiv ??iitruitc (1 in one ?-oniruon law juigi? and two equity judgei ; hutttiis arrangement bsing incon? venient to the puhlii , l?y with Ira wing th ?SO jo Igea from their owd courts, will continue but [or a short tino- Mr. Disraeli awwHBaa?OJOtaWeOof ths ! Minister reapcctintr, the invasion of Cuba; to which Lord falii'ersi"!! r? plied that ho had received ?nfor Bjatinii ol the atlair troin the British Minister at Washington, and bad oranmuoicited it to the Span ish Amliassador, who ha i arrived in 1. sadoo a lew says sii.ee. A ot ?versa'ion was'hen started by Mr. Hursniaii thoot atari". Dr. Olliphant, tbo new lltthop of Llactlall.wl.o wai laid, Rt the time of his appoint oici t, to bo well ac,?'i;i'ii?"d witbtbe Welsh Lan BMgo.bsjl loooolljl.sairioiti?sitn?a?ii nr?wap?peri,the bis: .. although he preached a ?rood Webb sernioa, WSa m able to muM? OB extempore, Welsh - O public '.rJdrcSB. Mr. Horirnao cuoiwered tms an imposition, aiid ttbod tbo Oovi explain It Lord Jobo Kotooll lOtd that he hid appn-itcl the rWtor bocoooe bo woo onioeot forwetyand tvarniiig, had held a Welsh b?n?fice, aid hiten at the head of a Welsh college The discussion eo i ed w ith a notice of some farther questions to bo eat During the rest of th" oreerioa '? ?? ?1 mso was Occupied with the Me trop ?litan Iiiternientl Bill which wai debated very lengthily, an 1 wh"h ii tereets the City of London. Ofl M ml ay the Uoeen's answer to Lord Ashley's address, voted by the House lsat week, which prayi that t | lection tnd delivery of letters on Sunday may tease, tnd thit inquiry may be mude, as to th-y Sunday transmission of letters, was read by Sir G? orge Grey. Her Majesty says : " In compliance. with your request, 1 have to inl ?rm you that I shall give directions accordingly." Mr, Thcrneley asked whether an exception would not bo osado ''i favor of tbe foreign correspondence ? in caso of the Amor cm miil reaching Liverpool on 8unday, letters ould not be sent on to London till Monday, unless sorted on the Sunday evening. Lord John Uusiell replied there wcuIJ oa !? ??emptioii with regard to lo.eipn letters. Mr. Milner J.'1'^ nut icvcra! queatijns is to the intentions of <1 >vt-rnment, to which Lord John replied va.uely that their only desire was to car-y into eit'eet the a-ldreis. In answer to Lord John Manners, Wir George Grey laid tho Factories Bill would oe taken np on Friday. Tbe report of the Committee ol Sipply being brought up, Mr. Hume raised another discus another discussion thout the new houses ol Parlia oient. He moved that ?3,000 be struck oil' from the year's grant of jLlon.octj toward that edifice, his object being to prevent the Commit'i? ? of Taste from ordering any more painting!. A long and ani? mated debate eniued, in which Mr. Osborne con? tended that this new building, erected at inch an enormous cost, waa neither beautiful nor useful. On the other hand, the Chancellor of the Ex? chequer, beside Sir Robert Peel and Lord John Russell, defended Mr. Barry, tho architect, and bstitied the proceedings of the Committee. Mr. flume's (Tn'tniii wai negatived. Ho thou moved for a Select Committee to inquire into the con diet and tbe great inereaie of the expense above the estimate. This aleo waa rejected by B9 against 5Y The second reading of the bill for Abolishing the Loid Lieutenancy ol Ireland was opposed by Mr. Srattnn and several Dish members, out supported by Mr. Roebuck and Lord John Booaoll, The de bale WBB adjourned. In the House ol Louis, on Tridey the Tth, Lord Brougham introduced the subject ot the Cuban in? cision ; the Marquis of Landsdowne, in reply, said it certainly was a piratical expedition of the worat character, but it waa reprobated by tbt United otates Government ; if it had not boon to, her Majesty s Government would hive intimated their MBtimeiita mi tbe subject to that oi ilio I atte 1 otates. Lord Stanley then importuned ministers to declare what instiuctions they had seht to the British cruisers in the West Indies,on the subje.t ; sot Lord Landidowne and Karl U-cy refused to au him. Tbe bill for improving the Administration of erimiiial justice, was resd a third tinte. Un Mon? ta)-, the bill brouirbt forward by the Marquis ol vV'eatmeatb, to make some alterations in lise Iriah locumbered Estates Act, was read tsjcaud time , sat the ministers nid they did not mein to consent laset aside any of the main provisions ot the pre? tot at, although Lord Weitmeath and the Earl of Gleiigall denounced the exia bag law as " down? right plui.der and iufamous robber} On Friday the lib, the BoraWavOaOSn eainel te toy upon tho Factorioa BUL They hud propootd 104, hours as a day's lobo* in factories. Lord John Manners moved to make it 10. Mr. Orinsly, Mr. D'Israeli and others sustained Ins m a,or, bn it ?tiled by a vote of 149 >eas t.. 18] uays. Mare Refugees from Huna-iirr. The ninety eight Hungarian refureei, wlni tr B>ed on June '?>, lathe Hottinger. troiu Malt.t, ire Bill in Southampton, atipportetl by tbt inhabitants tadli? m th.-Toliah Retugco Fund, manage J by Lard Dudley ?-tuart The u.-fortunate nun are na? ble? of I'ii,and. Twenty-eight of tbooi were odi? an? in the Hungarian army, the rest were common eoidie'? Wb? n they arrived at Snithampton they Were all utterly destitute, and the Oriental Com? pany kindly allowed them to Bleep on board the neoBgorthe flrot eight, and goro them a supper aadlbreahiast. (la Ihursdsy the Miyor of Sjuth tniptoo placed the m it the various hotels and pub bo bcuses in tho to A-n. There they remaiued Tiiurs *ty ai.d Friday, when the fuudt tor Batif ?Apport beiog exliaiitu"'. tbe Mayor took tho co.nTianJ.ing ?ftcera to bia rt?; ience. Many or the inhabitants tcttJ ssgc-iie.-oualy towards the oth.iri, and the Bokiers vac re sent to cbtop lodging h ?uses I n shei Mr? Bbo Mayor Im b rooposMibso brthot>S| ^ehatitHble ooop kitchen has been made available a> keep the men from itar. raMMM ellbrts tremanii,^ 11 riise lubscripti.mi to send thern to Aoierica. It would tppear that aii tho ollicvr? ire fentlcmatity, and mauy ol ahooj aeco.aplislitdcieti. loth mte and olliccra are warlike It?' ?in ,' T.iey observe tho ?in, r..st discipline ., .?elves, tod thtir go,?! cvfiilu t under great nillerin^i hat faked them mm b aytnpa'by. A correspondent toil: - On tho evening thoy orrived the writer of tin? invited a low of the otkV atrito meet aoine fie.nl? of lUngarian and 1'oliih akberty, but they with much delictey deemed, fear trig it wunld ex? it. envy, and preferred to reman? <-obcirdto cheer and console their comrades.? "bey have a ?reat number of Kossulhs bank ??**s iu their p.?si( mon. They (ought for that il ???"?us mm to tho last; and tii'eie were tbe mea ?btiocmpaiied and protected hi a in his flight ?au. Tu-key. They relate parttcultis of the flight, ??atoni;.?, liair breadth escapea, ui.d many inter ?Jtiiig Mtaattol aneodotes of the great, but fallen ?taper They appear excited to TcCrizy when al 255 :'' ' '"??.'?r"-l?n to the Erapcrnral Russia, or to the uaivor (,orKey. Pr,(lce Lttiitloo ^artory.ki ??wtrd it bouUumpton on rriday, to usist the f^e-ore, who expre.st>d tha greatest aixiety to aoe tU ?on of one of 1'otand'i patriots Thev erowdod round tu hole-, and the? deference ?MsBMtfO horna?* they paid him was most ta*. LaW " TV*Uy "' 5" 'ntd *m ?ben they saw aim They lerrtii. tu roa iza in ?i.? Y ab, son o, ?S Cxartory S the xteiiT o "t." ?ajftwt...ra tu the \.y of their c,?rnrn?n c^niy ?' TUhVOE. Tbe Preaideat'. Nalary. rThc BfMMja ? th. boroshM of the Prest Isaf, the publie The Commit,, a tvit not hit terto ad ?pt ed any resolution, and the members of the C mtttee keep the nature of their delilterations a cret. There appears to be no doubt ol tho inteni ol all partira to come (n a ?vmpmmia?*, Mil is jet known what ahapo it will take. Tho majo in the Aaaembly seem uppeaaal to do somet? beyond paying the Preaidents actual debts, they cannot agree as to what the further concesi will be. It is understood that upwards of th hundred members are in that p ?itum, and t have not yet made up their minds how they s vt te. A coniiderable nimberof member?, wh not approvo of eivintr a pormanent allowance three millions of fran? s to tie President, and ? still do riot see how Louis Napoleon can aocepi less, after hit formal declaration that he would agree to any modifi-at'on, are disposed to trr the lull amount of the sum demanded, but to Ii it to or.e year to that the question will be ag broLtil.t forward this time next year. It was generaHy thont'hton Monday, JunelO,t the opposition of tho Committee oa tl.e bill for ircrease f the alios/ancea of the Presiden of Hejtnblicwas not so serions as it at first appear It ?h expected that sevcrti of tho members v* have intimated their willing"' s? 11 pay the IV, dent's debts, will ea*ily be brought to extend t liberality a little further. On Monday the C< mit:ee met for the purpose ot electing a Preside Tho votes were equal he-ween M. M Mornay ? M. tjoult de L>elm-.ti<\ M. dir Mon.ay wat con ?lue: ty appointed President, as senior member The state i.f athe votca (7to^/ isc aasj der?;1 as indication of beiitation on the part ol member?, a it is, thetefore, very probable that lome p'an v be lound by which the President will be allow to g?rt the inoi.'.-y iu exchange for some othe. e cession. 1*1. 1 hiera' Malt to I,oui? Philippe. II. TLi'.Ts started for (."areni-nit on Tactd m Fine people, the only object of trip is to prove to Kurope that he is completely i d with I-.e.i? Ptiii;-'-,'. It it ?ail that ?u?z't, M. il? t?alvar.dy, and M Duchatel, aro a about t?. pay a visit to Li ait Philippe. U that the ex-Kii.g it anxious tlat laverai of ancient minist'."? ihould assemble around him 1 fore his death, ai.-l that some qaeaHossi political importance will bo discussed in tl council. It is aajatatuui that Loak Philippe tends in his will to lay down to his family t curse which he withes them to pursue after I death. The Legitimists say that his with it favor of a reconciliation with the elder branch the )'.. ...rlriiii?. A curious cireumstmcecccurred in the bureau the Assembly of which the Mar?] ii? de Lar set JBquc?n is President, during the discussion on t augmentation of the President? allowa?ice. In t course of a very animated speech which M. do L rochejaquelin made in opposition to the measut he said that if they were to have a llepublir thi ought to make it a '/i/cm-monarchy, or to pla their President on n footing of a sovereign. Tin oceht to have cither a real and complete llepubli with lit-pub!1' r>n iBttHatti ?as, or to have reoouri to a legitimate monarchy?I amt!v, Henry V. Th expresaion roused the ire of M. Rouher, tho Mini ter of Justice, who exclaimed, "Allez dooc chercher, vot-e Henri V. !" '? Rather t>day' tin to-morrow,1' was M. LaroHieja'i'jelin's answt " if Frntcj wishes ond will allow it.'' M ltouhi repitd- tottv toce, but suflicietitly loud to be beai by several members, "J'nimerai mieux la lU-pu li'jue Sociale ijue Henri V. !" It is evident In this that, whatever tho seer, t wi?hes and int-i ti'^na of the preat botiy of order may be, the into tini.s of the ministers of Louis Najtoleou are by r mean in favor of a restoration of the dynasty i the Bourboiis. The Budgets On Wednesday the rectified budget of 1P.11, i aa far aa regards the department of the Ministe of War, WBB distributed to the representative Under one head only is there an increase on a< count of the augmentation of the gendarmerie mt I iie, and of the addition of a third squadron to th (laides. This causes an iwrease of 1.14,.i77f. Th total amount of the war budget for 1*10 is 30C.5M1 OCuf. which is a diminution on that of 1830 i 13,000,000f. The effective force of the Frene army for 1881, after the usual deductions for incon plete regimer.ts, Ac. will be 3?.".,484 infantry an 14,454 cavalry. The number of troops to be on ployed in Algeria will be ?1,4*8 men. The Preaident nt ft. l'urni'u. The followii.g i? the speech made by tho Pre? dc nt of the Itepub?c at the banquet given to him t 8t. Uuentin, on tho occasion of tho opening of th Creil and St. Uuentin Hailway. At the moraer when the destert was aerved, the Mayor of 8l Uuentin proposed the health o' the President of tti Republic, in a speech in which, after tuai.ki'ig hii tor tha honor which he had done to labor, by rccon pesalni with his own hand persons en^sged in at. riculture and manufactures, hi' said ho hoped th time would soon anive when these two clasiet c citizers would lii.d their conditions rendered les precarious by provident iii?titution?, which alon wculd serve to canse tho name of the Praaident t he blessed for having inaugurated them. The Pre sident rose and replied as follow?. : "Ori?Ti.rMiN?If I were alway? at liltcrty to follow m own will 1 ttiouid come amor* \ou wliboul dUpiay an. sr.lhculcerenicuy. 1 thould ? ,?h, ?lifcoul helo* knowt to aiilit at your labor? a? at joot j?tt*. Id ordei to '..- d. better judge of your wU-ie* and vour feelings But it a;1 pears to me Ibtt fate constantly piares a barrier BetWM ?aa ti.il nie, ai.d 1 ri(iiri i.e.er iiavlug Iteen ali> io In L a n [.le rlii/eo cf my out.try I pasted, ss you koo? I ? ..ah at a few league?- diitanre from thi? town, bu waits and diiclies separated us, and BOW the duties of ai cfl'.clal potitlor. keep me from jiu. You, Uierefore, ?carca ly Blow me, and endeavor? are conalantiy making; lo uila raprassal in yturejea rny sets and iry'foelinfs Kortu tatrlyiLe name which 1 bear trttoquUtZM vu, and yot tr.ov. fr? m wrat great man 1 have denved my ciinvlcUons The million which I have lo fulfil'.new is not aevr. lia on gin and object are kr.own. \Vh?n, furf -yearaago, th- Ern pSTOI rtneheie to li.augu-ate lie c?t.?1 of fli Q leniin, as I ease to-day ta Inaugurale the raliroai, he ?aid it you 'TraLr-ulliie y?.i.r?eive?; the ?tormt have pasted, fwii cti.ie the great truths of our revolution to triumph But I will, with equal force repress l'ie n?? ssTCfl trd old prejudice?, by issKnlfJ ?ecurily and eu (ouragitgall as?-fulenterprise. (AppUi.ee) I will crt-at? M v? BratvBtasof .rdutiry. tm Ich oar field?, and ameliorate il.?- eottdlUoa of lbs ptople ' (Loud appiaute ) You bar? .' look aruuLd you lo ?ee ??lieiher be ha? kepi hit word ('cud cheer?.) My '??k It the ??'tie, but uiure eisy. We BBBSt adopt To til lie i.-.. Ii.1.1.1 lit |?*xt<l IflMtoCl? asd boldly cocletd ??;aiB?t Ils bad Instincts. (Loud cries o! " Bravo.") We must rrrlch ire pa.i;.)e by a 1 iho?.' Btyvi? I dnnl Httlftallrtn? ?nd means of asslsuuiee approv?*l of by rtsson, ahd cor.vlcce ibem thai order la tt.eiirst ?ourceuf al pt- tperiiv (tppliuie ) Hut order with me It r.i an empty word that any man tray interpret in Ii.soan way ? K. r BW.ordaf iiiIi?'miluleninceof?II that has been elected ted ?rreptedl y t> ??? peofle (loud appiaute ) It I? the na? tional will f lurrt lilDg over faction? (froud crie? ot " Bra uv") CattrafSs ?ase. laBabtttaBi of Bt. Quanti s ? It? do h'L'Or lo yoi.r nation by the prodBCM of your manu s BslMve i'. m) <-:?nt, and in ?ioce Of I en ruent, for Ute protection of roar er lerpr'.tet ?i ? th ?r t-lorailon of the condition of iiie laboring classe? (loud and ?M K ?pprttbatloL ; " _ Irilseellaneoes. The Asiemhly haa put on the order of the day I the bill relat;. e to the completion oi the tomb ot the Emperor. Cardinal Dupent, Archbishop of Heargea, haa ar? rived io Pari? from Home. M. Mathieu, Arch? bishop of Beiac?on, has also returned from H t,-.-. A manifeito is spoken of as on the point of being iitued by Louis Philippe, expnataesj his contrition at bavitu cortented in If?O to replace the legitim? ate Bourlou. branch. People are much occupied with the journey of M. Thins. The Marquia of Normanby had a ?one intewview on Tnesdsy with the President of the Republic, It is cobtidently stated that the terms of the ar rangement cf the Ureck quarrel have been settled. A dispute has taken place between M Lucien Mera: und (Kneral Chsvngarnier, in cor.?. ot which M. Murat ha? re?i,-ne I the c tBaaVtad of ' hattalim of the National Guard of the ban? tu ur if Paris. It is believed that the Committee on the bil? for the augmentation of the salary of the President of IssB It? public las resolved not to make ils rep >rt on tho measure for six weeks. The object of this poatm M BM-i.t is to all.iw tha exciiemect created Ly the ?uljcct to ca'.-n down. The Jfuwlfar pablishea a circular from the Min ister ot Justice to the Attorneys General of the de? partments, directing them to execute the provia xkis of the electoral law voted on the Jltt ult. an i [Nx.t ni* ? ut certain difli-ailiea whicn may arise trow tho fonstmction of the Itw. Th? Prfitr, in i's weekly a*count of the state of the trat?, says that the week just pusae-l has been a s?ti?fBt*4,ry one- The iaapatavaaai 11 i.i tne tra le of Pari?, **ik h corrmienced aa I i week, bas b-.tn m?Vjiaintd, n-d proxisva^ooJ results A letter written by 11. RLs-sjlj the representative for the Tarn, published by the Si?cle, and describ? ing a conversation which that sentleman had with tha Pn ? ?til nt of the Republic, on the suhjet of the ml Law, hr.s created some sensation in Paris. M. H mai says thatth?* President is of opin? ion that the Ele? toral Law does net apply to the election of the l'reaident in 1 - The Government papers continue to urge upon ' t- r-, stive? in the Legislativa Assembly the ilatiger ni .?ividiiiif the msfonty ?m the question of the Presiden'. ? allowances. The CoiutUutiound repeats that the President will accept of tv cum premise. It i? thought that the Legitimist? and Orleanists will ultimately coalesce in favor of the measure, sxd that it will be carried, but that they will force the President lo make concessions in their favor on ?ome otlu r pastal Proudbon has given a sharp siap at Girardin, in a letter to him published by the JYefirata M. de Oirardia, In a notice of tho a?^uittal of his paper, Iba / tmtmtnt, obeervad that tha jury ha 1 drawn a proper line between the reasonable ami uniente diicuMKtn of tha Erenrment and the vi'il?vi* lan? guage cf the Pitta ?In Peupl,f. Proudhon I Girardin that that letter had demanded mot ?rfyforthe pre??. Me aaks him what he m -an? by absolute liberty I ITALY. Afluir? In Hleilmonf. The a flairs of Piedmont are mu< h inore tranquil than mifjht have been expected from tbe re citemer.t with respect to the Church. The Prl?aaM are much mure quiet. The King has dl?u?bu sal a considerable number of croises among the Biihrvps an?! higher Clergy, who have accepted then. The V 'ore states that the Lac*a mii. for Prato, and those of Poacia, P stnia and ! were robbed on the night of the ?"th. Tho mad fag? vara I und Iba next day, but all tha dis? patches and letters had been opened. The Corpn? Domini l'rece??lon In Kornr. The prrcestion of the Corpus I>oraini. a cerem >? t rated with great pomp in Home, took place OB the 30th ult. The Pope ?at in Baortof '< l.aret.tiy kneeling before the host, with bia robo? a? arranged that l.is real position was aot pa The proceision has been more remarkable tins year, having been escorted by French troops. It was attended by a great number of people, but peasants and the lower classes : the unddie classes were ver,- scarce, which ehowi that Hi faithful have evidently diminished in number, and that the pretence of hit II> liness is not now BO at? tractive as formerly. The war against the pre?? in Home continues unabated; and it is worthy of re mart, that the only extracts in the Homan papers from the Enghso journals are those reflecting on Lord Palmerston in the Anglo Greek affair. The < hterratore Rom mo semttin es amines its reader? with a leadn.i; ani? de against the British Government, tho Angi; an Protestant Church, Ac. As this is also a ?era offi? cial paper, perhaps it may get into a scrape and not come out so easily a? it imagines. GERMANT. The I'.mloh (fiiraiion. ii?R .in, Jute Tt?Karon de Meyendorf returned from Warsaw upon the 4th inst. and was soon af? ter waited upon by those of his colleatruea irret deeply interested in the ?ettlement of tho?ehlea wig Holstein question. The greatest anxiety was of course felt to ascertain the result of the llussian K n voy s consultation with the Emperor, upon which, as is generally believed, defends the solution ol lie question, insofar, at least, as regards the immediate position to be anumed by Denmark in Scbleiwig; that i? to aay, whether ?he ?hall or shall not throw t! - troops now coacentrated in As? ien and upon the Jutland frontiers into the Duchy, and thus rt establish her de facto and legal poases lion of tlie two fjchlotwi.-?. Ho far at it i? possible to ascertain at present, it appears that the empe? ror approves of the whole proceedings hitherto adopted try the Spanish Cabinet, and that his Im? perial Majesty is of opinion that it is highly neces? sary that such a peace shall be concluded between Denmark and Prussia as may enable the former to act with Wiargjf and promptitude in the re?'*tab lihhroeiit of her rights in tho Duchies. If this bo true, the l.mperor ?loes not disapprove of the Dan? ish armaments, and unites with the Daniah Cabi? net in the opinirn that the solution of the question canrot, Bad must r.ot, be protracted, even it this so lution ?hould require the development of force. Liberty ef the Pre?* In Pra?sln. The following is lie latest "regulation ' of liberty of the Prctt in the favored kingdom of Prussia: Wa FrHrrlrk Hollar", by the ?race of Oxl Kin?; o Pruiii?, ?ve., Iiave, In conilderatl'in ibai the tn'ichiev.iu? nrn.nntai.re? which threaten tte order and peace of tbe couB-.iy wub lccreai'.ri; perl.? are for Bm limit part to be sscrili?d to tte ?ttuie of the press, a? well a?totbnio ry of tbe p reient l?g1ilai'.JD with respect lo it, and that the rcalBtenarre of public ?ecurtty Imperltlrely re? cuire? tte t?rr.edl?telDterferenre of the law, feel ourielve? bcund toiemovelliedoutttilbatexUta? to the ?ppltcallon of ?ever?! of the former crder? and regulation? reaaecling Ih? prei?, a? well ?? to add lo thetn iho?e which are Iuln reniartle for the completion of the law ot tre 3nth June, 1849 VVe tberrfoie on tbe propottuon i f our Mioiairy of ?lata, ?nd on the ?round of the 634 Article of loe, Comma lion, order ?nd decree as follows :? 1. The Fett-ofhee can, according to circomsttnees, re fuie to receive and execute orders lor journal? and assioitl? call Thit dltcretinr.ary power is not taken aw?/ by tbe rriulstloBi of the lith December, ia.il. 2 Tbe provliios? of tbe regulation of trade? and occupa? tions ((?'neirBe-OrrfBiisfl) of the 17th of January, 1 i'.. re? ?prrilng Ibe granirg and cancelling of the nece??ary ?pec tal permisti?n ef lie Uovenimecl, for Ibe exerclta of tnelr trace?, to ike proprietor? of book and print ihopt, circulat? ing librarte? or reading room?, ?e,1er? of pa-nphletsand picture?, and llthcgraprier?, are u be c.-nildered tin-it ?I'cinr.fd. Tbe provision? of'he law of tbe above dale to be now srp.i'd i" all thoie v?ho are exercUtng tbe above trade? without ?ach ipecial permission , such parties are lo r the permisti?n bSSors the 111 of July n?xt ? clrcuis'it n of printed papers of any k 1'ited out of ibe Fruts'an State?, may be forbidden liy the MiLtster of ir.e litenor. Whoever, contrary to ?uch pro - n he:, ipectcl.y made known lo him. or after It? i ubl-c?t-.L'ii i.-i IBB OBKlaJ gazette, ?eil?, distribute?, or >?? , . rh printed p?per in any place aecr.??lble to ihe put. '.c, will ice'ir BBBStf froat ll to lltO thaler?, or an im prliucii.i r.t o( irora 11 da',i lo one year. The public p.:c?e<.utor and ii? organ? are Bound In ?uch c??e? to rei/e ar.J temporarily detain ?urh publie? ? The atgber panalOas incurred by the circulation of wrlitDir? el acnni.r.a: character are nji?uper?ededby the provlsiot.? cf this parsers-, h 4. Whoever wishes to publish a journal appear!?-?; at In leival? of a month, or ?borter, even if Irregular, peri.td?, n sat If (ore publica'..?.n. ?epoan a security (caution | I. The camion amounis, when the journal appear? mora tfti. ihrt-t units a week; i j) In lovvr.? which, according; to lbs rail! |. f lbs tr?Je ur occupation tax, belong lo ?lass (or stvtstoa) ai.d In ail lotpn? and place? within a ra? dius of two miles of tbem 5,00(1 thaler?: (aj in town?, .fun ??end class, a,1 in thalersi (e) In towns of the third clase, balers; id) in a., other p.aret. 1 ?? 0 iba.rrt "6 Forjonrcas or periodicals thai appear only th*ae tlruei ? week cr t ?i fr-( uently, lbs caution Is reduced lo BBS bttlf tbe?ttatS asad by ibe forenoltg peragrar, h 7. F.rie?ical leave? which contain oi.ly official ann jtirtce rr...'.:?. boisIv tclaallnc ard lecbLical, lublect to the exclu ?loti of alt political ?cd social quem?n?, birth? death? and avantages. aJ-.ert?emeni? of public atn'i?emenu. ?a -- m : thing? ?li lost cr fout*, aie exempt from tie deousit of canuca mon y. "if the publisher of such a periodical be ?entenced for a tretd 11 tt.? law of June 9s, 1.-4.? ihe pecaity :? to be se cempaned I y an crder io pay a eauilon ?srltbtfl ihree day?. - . ?L.n.n i? io We de?M?:ted in Ihe Treasury in ready BteasT, at. iLlereslof four f?erc5nL oelas; paid :ty tbeQjv. eiLn.tsi on the au.ount. Tbe repayment cf las ?10 r.ot le psld till t BetiasJ of alx month? has eiaptr'd ficniitedaie of u>e last rumber of 'he pm-r or - I a cenifice?e from the siuus Anwa.1 tbal Co ?, rose u.id. Is ? --..nt ? t(;?ir?t It T r ctu.ion jiiotry :ri|u:rrd by Article IV. mart he paid In by the BuUlahei? of all exitung journal? and perl c-dirtlt, Bpariod ef four wr ., ? day of ihe.ap pearar ce 11 the pr?tent ?umoer 1? allowed them to pay la red. i eaaaal ? ? htl ced ooany j-turr?; or pe>ric?dle?l, Ihecauiicn i-it.n<jis ? ISBISBBI sf II oefore ail oiher demard? . IM eoatj ?... t?o be usen out of the csu.Ion uioLr) if itey be not paid a ilhin elgil days of tea sentence. II. If ajoomslori>e?1e<llealfai:annderihea?u*Bceofa Court for a sere nd violation f !'me ut of tbe .-thjuae, - Judge has ihe power, arcordtn?- to the degree of ?e. io lirciarr the whole or put of the cauuon mo r.ey as In felled . the forfeiture la no cate :o be lt?t? ?ian - of ihe amount of the caution. For a ihtrd oO?nce th* af. '.e arrcunt of the caution money will be forfeited ; the func-r ?ppearanre of the i'?~-r ran ai?o In ihn case je forbidden A fresh deposit ot cautiva moeay, making it up io the original amount, must 1b a.l cases of forfeiture oe -* dav? of the ?enter;ce of the Court 12. A line cl --a or trnprsonment of four wcekt io two reara ?? iBrarrad by pjtii?hing aay paper or pourrai t-efore ihe officiai permlstioo is obtained and the CSBttma pair!, or ?fier ?uch paper baa been prohlMted. Tbe tase penalty is tnfurr?*d by ittote who distribute or circu? late any ps per after it has been ofbelai.y prohibited. Toe public proterLtor and his officer? are empowered to ?eue tily ?il inch papers and J jornal*, or lb? plaie? ?cd lorn? (misar-.eh Bjsjare printed. The Court can also order the oesiiucuoo of such plates and forms as part of its saatsese ;1. Lnhcgr?phed wnucga or wridnp maluplied in aay .. Irr t-.iL.r [ . 'Isbsd moribiyor si ?horier ttierv?]?, even ibe ugh trrega ally, ?land on tha ?ama fjoUng as Jour DSlt. 11 Ti? process ?ralnricffrDses BB*er articles ? and 13 ? c^^cea arOost -foe? not come within th* competence of a i Bastar our slrnature ami sea', Cbarlotlenburg, Jose jury (.1 vast t ' ItAti (*?Ted>?y?rRriri FRKDFRICK WILLIAM, la lb? ?rearare ar.d by the conun?-?' ot*M? M.jeauy VON NKl MANN. fCounterdtned by an the Ministers i Diswelntlon ef the Haxen Chambera. The Saxon Chambers were dissolved by royal decree rn the 1st instant. The cause of tho mea lure was the growing oppositk.u of the Second Chimbtr to the policy of the Government on the Gern sn ?uestion. The German committee of tha Chimbrrdrew u[> in iddrento the Kini?, protest ins- iirairut the policy of the Ministry on thii q'l-l tion, and bintitig that the depatiei would be com? pelled to show their ditipproval of it by refuting to erant tbe extraordinary credits ind su'pp < which it was known the? Government wu tbont to apply. This address wss to have been proposed 1er discussion on in early day. but the Cabinet ao ticipated the motion by a diesnl'ition on the 1st. In the litrirg of that OajDr. Zichinikyippeared.and immediately afterthe minutes of the previous meet? ing bad been read, communicat*?! the royal : too rissolveri the i'hamber. The same process was pone through in the Upper House. The Second ( htrober s toar ate d without giving the aiual cheers for the King, the Dopotiot dWptltXosj in silence. In ronicqnence of the dissolution of the Chamber, the Government on the 1st considered it necenary to redi ub.e tho military precautions airainat any out? break in Dresden, although no signs of agitation were pen r ? tibie. On the afternoon of the 3d rumors were generally circuited in Dr? a.lcn that the Miniitry hid deter? mined to publish, ss i derce, i law en the Press, a law on the Right of Association, and i.timediately to inrrmon the Landtag as it ezJotod bn I -18, that ii, rot merely t Lindtag, elected like that on", ac cording to tbe o?d election law of ', - II, but t'aesame ' ambers composed of the identical Depatiei who then sat, tnd were snp-'rae.led by the Cham? bers created under the r.ressure ot tho Revolution, ai.d the election law that ?pram; from it. These ran.' rs were speedily confirmed by the appearance of an ordinance convoking the old Chambers f >r tbe 1st o? July. This ordinance was accompanied by a ststaroent of the reasons that have compelled the tloverr.mei t both to dissolve the lite Clum? bers, to cincel the preient electio i law, and to ivcid evsjn t new election under the old one, by ciilinr; into existence t Lceis'nture which was chosen before lr-4?, ir?l whicti his been for m ?re thsn two ?.ears considered legtlly, is well la ac? tually defunct. The ministerial plea in defense is, thit the administration of affairs under all the As semblies chosen under the new election law his bicorne a total impossibility. The Government has. therefore, tdvised the King to get rid at once (,f the Chambers and the election law that created them, and return to thit more pricticable and rea? sonable l?ody of men who represented the nation before the Revolution. The document is signe?! by all the Ministers, and is accompanied by a decree, containing the restrictive regulations with respect to the Preis, and the Right ol Association tnd Pub? lic Meetiig. AUSTRIA. Rade laky Ucaloaetl. Some seniition hid been created it Vier.ni by i report, printed in the miiiiterial Keieheszeit-inrc, tbit Field Marshal Radctski hid resigned his '?oat in the Italian province!, in consequence ot an un? pleasant disiiiite with the Cabinet. It ia asserted that his resipnation has been accepted, but care? fully concealed at present by the Government, from fetr ol excitement in the army. The rued held marshal has for some time past been in negotiation with the owner for the pun hase of a tine villa oa the south tide of tbe lake of Zurich. TURKEY. 11 ii nun riu n Ki-fnic c?. The Vienna Mirror gives tho following as a cor? rect list of the refugees now under the surveillance of the Turkish Government: " Kossuth and Casi? mir Batbyany, with their wives; Messaros, Dem binsky, the two Perczels, Psilmsk , Matriniki, Szo losl, nnganti, Visoczki, Asboth and Gyirmann. The following have accompanied them voluntarily : Szererji Frattr, Izir, Kaltpt, Wagner. Acs, Bpt> cey, Halaai, Mihajievicz, Hageman, Lnrode and T ri too. The following ire the naraei ot thote who, having embraced Islamiam, are now at Alep? po : Bern, Tibtcsinsky and his son, Balog and his sin tbe latter r? mains a Christian), Zarsicocky, Btofa) Konethy. Kalian, Newegyey, AIbert Barati, Tosk, Orosdy,' I.evay and his wife, a-hotf, Boy !er boT, Bi hiieider tr.d Grimm." Nicaragua Route TOTBI Pv i nr?The stock? holders of this new mute ire p'iihing forward their enterprise with greet energy. The EogiooOT corps, at the head of which is Mr Child, has been formed at an expense of tl" 000 per annum, and will proceed at once to the ground to lay out tho whole route. The itetmbott "Director" wi.l letve this port loon for the San Juan River, and will meet there the "Nicaragua." which but will navigate the Lake, while Ihe " Director" ?i intend" ed for the navigation of the River. A Superintend? ent of the route his been tppoiited, of thorough competency, w?o will be on the ground in two or three weeks. The Howard Lite of Stetmers on both lides the Continent will run to this route as soon ts the trringementi are complete. About the lit of August this short route to California Will be in full operation. -?a? Geb. Paiz o.? hi? wat to New York.?Thii gentlemin ?tiled from Cumana on the Soto, alt. for St. Thomas, with his wife and family. Ho ar rived there safely, and immediately left for New York. The people of Cumana attended him from his prison doors to the steamer with the liveliest manifettttioi.s of lymptthy an 1 admiration. Thi Trouble with Portlo.il.?The I.in i ? Times correipondent nyi thit the American ship of-wtr Independence, betring tbe tlag of Commo? dore Morgan, was at Malta on the BBJ alt en route for Gibraltar, whence she was to proceed to Lis btn, to demand s settlement of claims due by Por tugal to the United States. -a? |y Col. E L. atoow, the well-known Temper? ance advocate, hi? accepted an invitation from the Soni of Temperance, and citi?eni generally, of El? se* Co. If. J. to deliver an address at New i'rovi der.ee, in that county, on the Glorious Fourth. ty Mr. HObTTTBOTOB, the trtist, has just com? pleted repetitions of his two picture! of " Men y s Dream lud "Cbriitiiot in the Valley of the Shadow of Death " They may be leen oa Salar dty, (hit reception day,) tt hit studio? St. PiTin's Church.?An effort ii now being mide to relieve this Church from its burdensome debt. A large collection wu ttken up on Sunday eveniig last, on the occuion of an a ?dress by Bishcp Hughei. ET* Bristol Bill tnd Ch istian Meadows, tho burelirs ii.d robbers recently tried it Danvi'le, Vt tnd sentenced to ten years imprisonment, weie conducted to t e prison tt Windsor, on the ltd mit. where they will doubtless be oolite to work uijio honestly for a living. The Colorid Hoot.?The tenth annual report of this society has been printed. The orb le num? ber of portons under its chirge for the present yeir was 713, of whom 141 hive died, tad retrain in the batldinc It is quite ut iri.ihi.ig t > whit an age many of those who died darin.? the year had attained. There wta one who lived to be 114 years old, three lived 101 years ?jur'M years sed four 9-. years, the unitc-l a,'ea ui the twelve amounting to 1,1-1 yeari. Ten were over -9, and fifteen over ~0. The receipt* of the inetiiolioo fir the put year have bean Hi,l?i 94. r?*"THo.ts Pwiiii, Rio, Co.nmisiiirer of Patent-, is at present spending a fe# d*> s m thit City. Bplaeepnl Tbealaoicnl Semiaary-Aaaartl Ca (tu ?croient. The Commencement of the i,-.:-ral Theol>gi( Seminary .rch w eoB brated?, stet ?-'('?? Twentieth st. The trmduating Can number eighteen young men. Morniotr prayer wat rea and the ante i'omm >nii> i Service was then p< formed by Bishops BoFatTsTI ofTOaawOBI and D abe of New Jersey. The Pi ?Inn of the dty we chinted by the studer.ts, tompauicd by Mr. .1 bil Hodges on the Organ; and the Charge to tl Cradttating Class was delivered in an eloquent ar impreisive manner, by Bishop Bur..km of Mam He commerced by ?JJadiof to the new reaponsib ities ibout to be undertaken by the Gradu?tes, their pussec from their pursuits of youth to tr pursuits of mtturer life, tnd invoked upon them tt spirit of wisdom ?it i en-.us. 1 To. y OTO change years tf pre ?ration tor years of Bel to ?BOOt OtlOfgttf I and perhaps forehudrig do?b Were yet to ci mp!ete BMBf educitto:i? lot it Wou be folly to lcok upon edu^stion as comp'eted in th world, if men, tnd espec;a!ly t"hri?tian Miuiiter perform their whole duty. The duty of free tn lamilitr intercourse with mankind was inculcate ?particularly with the people pitted under tb minister? charpe. Howeversmalithe met"? ?"fori er), hospitality ahould be a leading virtue. The K vtntige of private ?'inly was also caries' ; Or.? rvonr a day will it the tWOOty Of tlurtv vent make tbe ace mpltal.e.J scholar, the Ittgaod tbot loginn. Ir.do , r*M rsajat lie ito Ifeooly two led ; in the paator be actuited so civ bv a bien and Ota* concpuonol batcolhi ? B,- oMcbToU tootooi rt spy assemblage. Resolve not to be 'fit tered; md resoi? ?? ?? I-...I-, , ?? t,, bostoi?MBat Keepdtity. imperative doty, iys- aj be ready manfully I principle which may ?rae. lo c ocl ifioo, tt duty ot usefulness was p-os? ot the Class; and an l?r?Ctlowttd them to guard teainit ail fanlti. whether of" tes per or manner, ind to ovoid ill MCOOatfcftH The coiiclading remtrkt of the Bishop OTOTO i tote? to t handsome eulogiam on th-* em ? I I vil.? of two of the IVrit'essors in the Seetioir l>Pt Wilscn and Moore, who are now ab tire from ihe afloat they have held wi'h - honor to themselves and pre tit to Other*. Tr Biaba p's n-n-arks w. ?,. beard with the 'ivst pf found attention, and evidently left a dee lion. When he concluded, The Graduating Class came forward, and wer presented by Rev. Dr. ExAIOtTf to tho Biihop c Verm ol I Dr Hoi BIBS) who proceeded to addr ?S the Grsduatci briefly and appropriately. The Diplomes were then delivered by the Bisho to the following young gentlemen : Messt?. Barris, Ltchthoume, Spencer, Bedell, Moore, T. ? lieu?, Moult, Towaaod, Cedv, Richtora, T.- ..... Cofley, Rowland, Wel.ber, Hopkins. Beymour, William?. Bishop Hopkins then commenced the admir.ii trition o( the Holy Sacrament. This cererain; re nctided, the customary alms were placed upjl the table, tnd one of the Clan, approaching tbt chancel, hmded the Biihop a manive silver chai ice tnd plate?to be presented in behalf of the Class to Dr. Wilson, late Profestor of eystematit Theology in the Seminary. Bishop Hopkins re ceived the gift with a complimentary allusion toth?; virtues of Dr. W. The Graduate! then rrtired; th;: aiual clotiog exercises were performed . tnd the ceremony wu over. ?The Graduatei will be ordiined Deacont tt Trinity Church next Sundiy morning. The 8er mon will be preached by Biihop Win itinliiam ol Mirylind. tnd Bishop Si'EBCKR of Jamaica will also take part in the services of tbe day. 01 The Ksocamos.?The Commercial Ai in reply to our paragraph yeiterdiy, denying its chtrgei of belief in the loperoataral character o theie Knnckingi, hti the tnnexed remark! : The Tnbuae Is ?omewhat not? rlon? for giving the lie U tl.ose of It? eoten'pcrarle? whom It cannot silence by arg-t orient. We ?re let off w.th ?light Insult, compared with tb( edi'or of an evening paper a f?w months ago. We reave 11 to the public to tay whether The Tribune wm not " virtual ly" committed to IBO cpieshoa at Issue. We are glad tc find, however, thai our exposure ofthe Imposture t* tiavtnj it? ?ffrr?, ?nd that even l'a? TVibcnr I? ?tepplrg down ot our ?tde of ihe fee ce, and becoming ashamed of its protryr, Wed : we have i habit of calling things by theii right cime?, which we cinnot overcome. The Commercial's dirge wti false, and we so labeled it, and we would respectfully isk that venerable journal which is the more reprehensible?to tell a lie or to denounce that lie in plan Saxon. This psper is no more committed, " virtually " or otherwise, on the question of these Knockingi than it is on the great spurious Mummy's case, be-'tuio it published the details of the opening, and tho Commercial would be mach more profitably em? ployed in proving its first chargo than in covering iti retreat by making new oaei equally false. The irairkiiig teifconceit of the Commerclal'i last sentence it refrigerating. Its exposure coo. silted limply in pronouncing the thing t humbug without producicg a particle of proof, t pieco of Sir Oracleism which we ventare to predict will by no metLS suppress til the bai king about town. Tbt inference firm the last expreition of the above paragraph, tint we have ever sided with or defended theie women, will obligeas to hurt the Ci niinerciale feelings again. We pronounce such inference false also. Would n't it be isfer for the Commerciii to coa? lite itself to elegies upon Canary birds, and ti de leribirg the magnificent scenery to be enjoyed whit? oraste*, tbe Kast River lo a lerryboat. and kindred at. I jots ' We merely longest this. If it didn't cr.'ine to much good it couldn't then very well come to much harm. -*> Liberia. We fcavo received the following ihrou^li the pullte cess cf tap'. Cartienl, of the ?chooner D. C. Foster, wbtch arrived yesterday morning ft?,m the Coaet of Africa: Moaaovi?., Wednesday. May IV The Colony of Liberia it perfectly healthy, and in t prosperous condition. No slivers had been taken on the Coast for some time. The heath of the Americtn iqutdron on thit station ts very good. The D. C. Fester was boirded by H. M. brig Wolverine, ind detained for soms time un 1er sus? picion of beiiig a slaver, but was released ?shot a thorough search had koto made by the ofikers ind crew. The V. S brig Perry, Lt Commtcdiag Feote, is tt PtaBOOl Island, from a cruise to the south of the line, tnd will return forthwith to the ssme stition, where the U. 8. ohip John Adirnt, Commander Powell, bit been actively employed for l?verai month!. The Utter vessel will ? on by relieve?! by the U. B. ship Vorktowi., Commander Hi si nowtt Porto Prays for the purpose of ttkmg in provisions n.d stores. The Baiubrid,'e has sailed this day for Porto Praya. snxious.y expecting to meet with relief from that place. The fouVwing ia t list of her taaV er* i A Cliil.eun B.eoibtcr, Court en J?r; ??L.'trr.!n Dot?, 1st Lrul Franc:. ?! L'eut ; i tn-.-h W ?on, As ???:*i ' H.ii.-ejr . VVashl0k-A)O P Birkoar, A'.l Mi?.-', Jubii It Buad. Capt Clerk: Andiaw Bweoay, A-t Matter a Male Jiu.e?llut. hlcaon.dv. io. The B*uitndgn trrivt.l here yesterday, May 14, from acru'se to the Giinei S-'a, ia company with the V. S. ihip Portimooti, Commtader Peck, betrug the broid pennant of Con. Gr-ory,touch? ing at all the intermediate ports, r .adstoadi ami slave sUtiocs?visited Wbeydah, La?ros, Benin, Old and New Calabar, Ferdinand Po, tbe Came roor-s si-d Prince's Islands. The Bainbridge met with no American merchant vessels, nor beard of any, to the eastward of Cape Palmas. She left tbe D. B, ship Portsmouth, Com. Perry, st Prince's I ?lands, May I. to ltd direct tor tbe Cape de Verde in a few dsys CITY ITEMS. Tua Orias -To-ni.u ? lhe ?lrt, B?)?hto? s?.. Huguenots ,Thece are ?any Baa paaasg?s scat teed through th? torw-a .??fol i??*.-,,,,,^ ,,, y,,, O.iers, which all music 'overs iN>e.d baa?, bjlbr-t it is withdrawn Marin i ? part is tr? oar hkin?. tba best in tbe piece, and his war aoos* in tha first act ?a r ally bold and stirring. We it dersUad that thia i? tl - 'a?t Opera ?*hi It the company will give fa A?t r-PI?ce, the remainder of the aatjsaa te be tracsferred to Ctstle Garden. 8ai ?sor Hi*l BaTara at . UMKiRK.?Tbepttb. lie ?sles of animproved If its at this desirable loca? tion were coritino?d to day The attenriatv-a was ?.-rcttir than yesterday, snd the pri;?* rea i ted show a corresponding improvement. Dunkirk cannot fail to h-eeomo p?ipul at? to a ?hort time, and property will necessarily increase ia value. It wiilbt- the principtl co nucting p tjsj oi t avei between New Wk city ai?d the far Wsst, and prove a fair sister city to Buffalo. i Kv. Post, BY A. J. BL?t:CKUl-Jaaan. I'diMrBovtn FaortaTT it lit ?.nail I Ii is between Fast "M. Hoffaioai-d Fawosfs earl |42?. $J4? 1 lois lteiw."?0 Kasi 3d. K.k ?1.1 fSB t?t e.. n ?> ... J Its? 10 do do l)r?-r and Le.'i.a'-l ?1?. ?? | ? I."t between Ba?t 4 h, Deer ?nd Leotisrdat ?a $.14 410 6 lot? bet???? Wat .SJt, West tub, ai ? K earh?47J. ? 4 do do So eacbiVt. ItO 8 do do do earhll?. MB i do do do each?*.'? . tat 4 do do rover sn?i l>.iv?>, e?. ii a..| . l?a 6 do do 0>ve tad Cai.ary, ??.nt?. . . MB 4 do do do do ?a-i. ?i.. IS? 4 do do Canary end Swan, each t ?i. ?at - do do do do aerhjiA. aje 2 do do Elk aal Foa, eaeh |4i?. SB 1 do do do ?to. M I aa ?'" F"\ii.iii"i,"it' . m? .1 ' Ir?.'lt?- : ? I 6 do do so do each fti\. ?39 I t are e ..?-.- - ? - .v . FlkeaidRobi.1 e?.-"?. ?. I,-*?". I ?ruare conta > im- S4 I 4 a J Lion. e?eh 12?. tt? 1 ?i.atre contslnlBg it ???, beiwe-'i I. "n ?? I ??Beav-r. eachf.*). tat 1 ?v ar* containing 14 l?"?, mwean KsS ' ? i .BmltbM?. eachl.t'. W (rii'e. ?nt 19 lot? between I.iming*?-!'! Armi-1? ? ? ? I? do 8w?a.?ll|* I'el r?c e?.-h S.'tti.. 4?t It do Kagle and Luk, each S.rv. 4eo ? r. a ta, I twa?-? Canary an s Swan ?4a eariB.t. . ID 1 do rooiaiDlog ,s lots, briwe?n Vten Fo Faiktt earhari,. nj 1 do co. lauitlig ji ?oi?. ??it\0eu VV?v 1' t. itv.,1 WrttOdar.c' f. JJI 1 do containing 12 lot?, '?->'.wen Br',- ii"?") Tru?it?i? eechfai. JTJ I do containing SU ion, b-iw?n VV'ett id a. t Writ 4ih ?t?. each;I . 79J 1 do coutsiBglrg 24 It'?, betw?. a vVss? t i sa d Wi-ii Front ?is ear-h*..". Vli 1 do containing tl lot?, beiweea Fia?er and Light ?l? er.chf.5. \So I I lock, centalniBg i"-'. opp? ?.i?', ??-'??! sjje . tnt j do do 111 Mwtrti VVntt rietu.it tni Wut Maple, |u. IM 1 block, coeialBing B, beiwoen F arr land Pinch Ms. each t>l. 2?t I block, containing 22. opposite, e?rh |f<. X2>? 1 do do 24. balaceo Ferry and W?*?; 1'iiintM. e?ch$ ?. ,?2 1 block, coniclngSi., btwn S-.iiii.>da .1 Tr..,ii?i ,m ; 1 block, co hin rig Jh, Bt *? Hist Btat turn St aseb j .i i?block, coBtolrilng 13 betweci B'i^baio and S, ,..u st? each ?13. 1? 1 block, containing 37, i etw -??n Jay and Fa ta . ? . eachBH. ?83 1 block, containing IS, lieiw..... F.nad i ai d B its. each BU. 144 1 block, containing So. ttetwisen West-F liai and We?t Sixth sis each $:'). Mi 1 block, c iiialnlng 30. Iietwrt-u West Folut and ?'ra? ser sU sach*>. 180 1 block, containing 34, between Fraser and Light .<?. ? e?ch|5. IM 1 block, conialngl.ig .-4, i e.wien lil.bl ami J ?/ Ms. e?cht/i. Jia 1 block, containing 2n, beewt^?., ratt-iee ?-', rut Thlrd, Lion and K'tver *??, each Bl 0. ri,008 10 lots on Bragh-M and F.aai-Tlilid sad Hit Fourth tu eacbtuj'. S? Oore. WO 1 block ?f 17 lots between Wright and Lion sts eaeh $A7. S89 1 block of M lois on Railroad av. 2,8.H :; lo'? oo Talcott ?t each $40. 330 I muere of V? lots between 0-???..u and K ng its. each??.??........ 1.2S0 liAM.tRi'i'.-Wc learn that a building adjoin lug tho excavation in U? se ?t. f"??r a ?u?rarhoasa fonndation, is in a dangerou? positi< n from the giv? ing way of the earth ander the exposed wall. The authorities will doubtless seo to it. 1'n rtraoLoor.?The Phrenological Cabinet or lia ?eura, will remain open and free to vUltors, during the day and evening on the Fourth o'4uly. Fert>o? from the country will then have an opportunity of examining ibis rare collection, or obtaining Charts of their Head?. Mr. FowLKa't office lain ('Union Hall, 131 Nassau**. The Mimcak Uumoks.?In another column will be found the letter of our Mexican corresponden!, aristas we have receive?! by express and stoamer in fouit'm tlnyt from the City of Mexico. Our ad? vices from the capital are several days later than the mail. There is not tho sJiirhteit confie nation of the reporta current at Wathington a fewdaya since, that Santa Anna was in the country and at tempting to create a revolution in his favor; nor, from the tenor of our advices, is there any speedy probability of such a move. VVo have on hand two or three other interesting letters from our oor respondeLt, which will be given in due time. EUrtOrEAN AFFAIRS. fturiiiic Conarmi... Soiony... Pruititi... h'rtdmc William ... Th< t/tMfn of Spain... Konuth.. H?m*.. '?rand Coun? cil oj SJJsswS... Maitini.. . Church of h'.mijlatid... I'oUt la ??uriument... Lean SapoUon... Canot. Locdon CarresponileBce of The Trtb'.oe. London, Frtdsy, Juae 7, iny> Jfniri. f,'r?f*v k MeKtra'H Uintluh*.*.?t?ioce my lut etter some near facts, worthy of y? ur attention, have occurred in the position of Europe. Tbe great European Coo greia which wilf be the conclusion of the crisia that new agitates this part of tho world, is prewar. Bag by means of partial re unions. After tbe ?Jon. gress of the Oerman Princea at Berlin, wa have at this moment, at Warsaw, a reunion of absolute monaxchs around their Polar Star, the Kmperor Nicholas. Tbe Kmperor of Austria ia now there. He followed the Prime of Prussia, whose return to Berlin is announced. The two German rirais, on the eve of meeting, perhaps as enemies, were un? willing to be found to-'ethe.-. Besi?le the dominant idea of all aovoroigns, which it the compression of revoVition in Europe, the af la rs of Denmark and of the restricted Federal State, have occupied the Prince of Prussia and the Emperor of all tha Kua?ias I have oo knowledge of at ythu t? relating to this interminable and deplor able affair of Schleswig IhJstein. A? to Germany' properly so caled, it appears that the Prince of Prussia returns well satisfied with his interview with the Emperor. The latter, it i? said, compre* bended that it was advisable to let Prussia and Austria .??.bate tl.eir own interests, and if necesaa ry, de?ide them by fon-e. of srms. If matters were brought to this extremity, it would then be a dual between Austria and I'rujsia, in which England ai.d Uujsia would be content with tbe part of wit i. ?ii? 1 do not believe that it will come to a w ar, akhcugh the example of what has passed be? tween Denmark and la?l Ducl.ies might servo to d?mocstrate that even vt.th that quasi solidarity whit h unites the different States of Europe, twj power? may make war on each other, wituout pro? ducing a famatal txinriagratu.n. 1 am more inclined to bei.e?e teat Uustis admits the .fuuion of Ger? mai y into several confederated States ; that it ad? ii. is to Pru.ua tbe large share which b?loog? ti it, tndlittta third filter oi umty and federation may be formed around Banana However this msy be. here is a new diffl<*,ai,. 6i;?.r,.' en the ?i<ie ol ?axoty. Tm- King ot y4a\ cny has du?olved the Chamber. T-u? Ktiatr in? cline? to ?eparate from Pruaaia | Wio tendennea are ail in favor af Austria. T:,e popolar Chamber has warmly protested ku Iga] thia policy Itprefere rptrstsonof ftaxony uno tho confed?rate (rennen Slate. Hence the uitsolution. This con? flict, which it is for the interest of i'russia to have resolved in its favor, might become serious. If there should be a violent split between tbe King of saxony and the Chamber?, Austria would ?eek to mterpese iu military power on one side, and Prussia on the other. It will perbspa be in this wsy that the decisive strut-trie ?ill commence; ?nd it is BmB at ibis moment tuat tbe cormb*iu*d in tervrntiot. of Kussia ai?d Eng and may be necessa? ry At il :? moment rnnrenver, France will inter