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rubifcto abroad The ?peeci* of tbe noble Vin
which or-cu pied four hour? and throe quarter? in ?V liver? ?n lister."! to by a very crowd.?.! h mi Wiui'iiitbrrikrii attention, and clooed omid enthus Mtie ilitcriig, which Intel for ?orno minute? Attack ?paw tier Majesty. From Tb? Time? of Friday June'.I. Tba intelligent-?? ?a the ottock upon Her Maje?' Which it u our paintul duty to lay before oar r?-ai ars tod?) vviii b.- r.-t-i ived with a feeling of I. a*_ i indiki'ition ><> every portion of the world where a Eoahabmsn i? to '. 'inn ?| The particular? of the alaaolt are briefly t ?'?: Her Maji-oty, neenanpnntad i>> her ealidnoa an Lu. ? j . ? .. called y< sterday apoa 'he Da Con." *.ho evemng. Atnu the *SDie time, and whil- the carriage was withh the tatts 11 OaastoWge Homo a roan reap drt-Mcd, tnd toout*??rd oj'peoranee a neu", ravi was i.l'St-i. uiioui the ?ni i i though WB'tipg for the departure of the Queen J?o notice waa taken of so common a circuraataiic an that a IS i,t emeu ehouid interrupt his walk f.ri few minoU-? in order to eee the Uueeu tlrive pa?t A littie* after f> the oa ?00N drove out. and ; ist ai it w?s |.a?sii'g into tie road, and was p at a slow rate to turn tho corner, the man above mentioned, by name Robert Pate, sprang forward and with a small stick Struck a smart hi -w at tht Uaem's tcce. The l.'ow took effect i Maj??ty't cheek, and crutbed forelead. Tut- ruffian waa metan'.y Bailed Us ttv by?t?ii?ler? . hi?*t'ck wo? wr^oted fritu him, an be was conveyed to tbe station house T tu Buckingham Palace, and has sas tained io Little ? ? usaal that *he woo able m a;.p-?ar at ?tooparatn tin course? of the evening. Tbe ruffian who made tba attavk ?.rave 1rs nara; lithe Station Hm?. mIobattPato, of ?TDaka ?t. St. James-?. It appears by tbe Arm;, iettbei be was appointed to a I tbe " Uni ?aro oa the Btk Februar*,, 1041,aadbe*?.oso ? Lieu tenor.tin tbe oa. of Jaly, 1M*>. At the Station Homo he refused to give any explanation of the motives which had ind i to make this dastardly attack upon the Uu moat, therefore, -.wait the result of the examina? tion of to day, but in fee meanwhile ? teat very earnestly igt h.st the favorite by n..thesis of the day that a man i? necessarily insane because he < on mito, an outrage of this kind. This man, Robcrt Pnte, p.ay, for aught we know.be a patient escaped from Bedlam, and then there would be nothing for it bat to '-ontign him odcc more to his cell, under oafe keeping during his life. But if clear proofs of insanity are not adduced, we trust thatthis ?!ip*bod method of SWtvificing the iti'.'*re?ts of society to a whirl' of mrrodlin iy_pathy for the fat. i?i o ruffian, will not?.? permitt. tbe decision upon this case If the mnnbeonly just as mod as tbe indu'gence of evil passions and a course ot moral depravity would nuke nos of 'it ?the low phioed some years since to repress such attacks as these will, we ti-utt, be? allowed to take it? course FUKTHr.K l'ARI KULAKS A lout tweatj Bas ute? after ?ix o'cl<x k last eve nine, her Mai. sty, ?eeoatpanterj by th-' royal cliMrm, and Vitcountess Jo^elyn, laiy in waiting, left Cambridge House, Piccadii \, ?*?!?? e her Majetty hail been ralline; to inquire alter the health of h?r ?Muatrions ?ajela. A crowd had as? sembled with ut the courtyard gate? to witnesi her Majesty's ?leparture, and as the royal earria m paised out of the irate?, a person respectably dreiifd, and about nx foot two inch s h va ?d two or three paces, and with a small b!a"k cane, whii li . ? l:?\n m his ?mnd. ?truck a ?harp blow at the Uncen. The blow took effect up^nthe mtnt - par! i'1 !?? - raf'j'sty'?forehead, a"d uponhir boDnet, which, being of a light texture, was driven in b) its force. The h t waa witnessed by a ?Treat main ?leraons, and n ruth being made, the delin? quent waa inttantlj seized. Mr James Kummers, in tho employ of AtVstrs. Ordway, IM Piccadilly, was tho brat to collar him, but several others hur? ried forward at the same moment ; and one person, unable to restrain 1rs resentment, dealt the man a blow in tbe face, which drew blood at onco. But for tbe timely arrival of tbe police, he would have been still more roughly handled. Sergeant Silver, of the C division, took him into custody, and con veyed him at once to the Vine at. atation ihr Majesty betrayed no feeling of alarm, and immediately after the occurrence drove up Picca? dilly, on her return to Buckiagham Palace, the spectatora cheering her loudly as she passed along ?a mark of lovally an?l aliection which her com? plete aelf-pottession enabled her to acknowledge with her uaual courtesy und condescension. When tho prisoner was brought to Vine street station, Inspector Whall, tho otbeer on duty, re? ceived tho charge. On being ask"d hi? name, he replied, without hesitation, '? Kotiert Pate," de? scribing himself as a retired lieutenant of the ?Ota Hussars, and adding that ho resided at No 17, Duke street, St. James's. The evidence of Mr. Bummers, and various other witnesses, having been taken, the prisoner wss asked w.iat he had to say to tbe ?harr-e He replied that it waa true he had struck her Majesty a slight blow with a thin atick, but he added emphatically, in allusion to the witnesses, '?those men cannot prove whether 1 Btrurk hi r head or her bonnet." The priioner was then conducted to one of tho police cells, the charge being entered upon the police sheet as follows:? "Robert Pate, aged 43, retired lieutenant, charged with aiaatilting her Majetty the Queen by striking her in the head with a cane, in Piccadilly, at 6 JO P.M on Tliundav tbe -'7th init." On being searched, there were found upon the priitner two keyi aud a pocket handkerchief. No money or weapon pf my kind wa? discovered. In order to correct an erroneous impression very likely lo prevail after reading the exaggerated re? ports which appeared in the evening papers, it may be well to otate that tho email stick with which the prisoner ?truck the blow wa? not thicker than on ordinary gooseqaill?that it meoiured only two feet two iucliei in leurrth, and weighed leu tbin three ouncei. Ol rxturoe ouch a weapon ao thin could not under any circumstances occasion very serious it jury, and tier majeaty s appearance within two hours in the royal box at tho CoventGarden Italian Opera provea beyond all possibility of doubt that oho hoa not sustained much injury. After the prisoner had been place d in a cell, Mr. Otwoy. the newly-appointed Superintendent of the C Divuion, dispatched Mr. Inspector Field, th?3 chief officer of the detective torce, to oearch his lodging! Mr. Field there ascertained that the prisoner had lodged on the third floor (an elegant ouite of apartment?, of 27 Duke-st. during the lost two years and a half, that he was a man ol regular hobits, and paid his bills with great punctuality.? His father woe described to be a man of large prop orty at Wiobi-a??,* where he formerly carried on buoineso as an extensive corn factor. A large number of papers and documenta were seised by Mr. Field, but nothing has yet been discovered which could, by peaiibiiity, explain the motive of the rath act. A reference to Hart's Army IasI abowt that the prisoner entered her Msjesty s service as a cornet, by purchase, in the lUth Hussars, on the 5th of February, leal. He was promoted to tho rank ol lieutenant on the ttd of July, 184'.', and retired, by sale of hi? commission, a short time previously to the embarkation of the regiment for ludia in 1- lii. The prisoner is a reap? ctable looldnx man and ?lightly bald. He wear? rnouitachio?, but has not a very military appearance. HIB MAJt'TT'S UmtmTttmt ?T TH? tttX?X tTAIi" IAN ortBA. There waa an immense audiur.ee . the fourth represo i.'.ati >n of Me] e-tbeor t I' The tiret a?'t whs over, and the skating ?V vu m which ociup." s a conaiderahle portion of tbe se?, ?id, was proceeding, when the performance was sud Irnlv interrupted by a loud cry Irora two oi uric voices ?u the pit ol ' ft* Q ? en, the Uu.cn? Uod ?av? the Uaeeal" Al! eyes were ii ttentaneouery tuned to the Uueen's box. atth?? in nt ol which her Majeaty appeared, alone, stand iig An impulse th?t was unanimous ?eemed at ot.ee to ii.tljct.ee everj per?? in the theater The ?udience, Mr. Costa, and all the members of -ataoeoaaly, as though In obedi? ence to military rule, aid one ????eraal shout de? manded tbe national anthom. The performance of tbe oiK-ra was stopped, and in the space of two or tbree ?econds th < tire company of th- establiah ment appeared, as if by magic, on toe stage Tho band atruck up the welcome strain , the brat and tccond verses were ?nag by Madame Castellan and Ma<lsme Viardot who were both engaged m th optrai ?if. tnmtnilous applause, during which who happened to be in th? boute r ? aMe?rance, just b I ? ?'?' the third, ami 1 re Served cheering. W ? have wtt-ieiied mtuy ex hibitiors of loyt'ty. but never were prei? more ?pontan'eoti? and genuine than thu At ?rat the great ruejoritv of tho au in tbo dark aK ' i -rpeeted and B,anife?tatk?n ? but th? n?*w. Sew tike about the houae, and at the em. of the ,r-.' * ho had mar? I; jahaed in ?' mi-ntof herMaieatye ?uddei. anpnars di i, reoce to what ap??e?re? ar^irr? , the part Oi a number of rnrtm. ?Al ??.?lud h ?rt ajad laal lato tb? . otral wl ?. Klasied untd her Majesty, who had re-otn air.lt time stai.dtetr. mMl have b.-en t viriy t r of sohlt" p the audience It ? t? i that tiiu.iLave mnv?-l IWery brea*t capable ot mail's ?< ion nt Ay-ur.g arid delensel. a. * i in a royal l*.l\, whose virtues even ru i.e *. in her lo?tn. a* rank entit'e I er t" ?be I v.? n vaaarat o*ever?, creature lu th.* r, aim. bod been attar??. in th?* sferaaoa by a ?.- literal or a ?adaaaa- fcl ? tero r.* wMebi *i"' to I i at perfora?. I ? kii.tlr t ?? to ? lieh Tflat.on anl it wot whiieou t p< it t ? * regaining ber r..rri??*othtt her p r* >n w niTieiit ?aagw Ye* ? ? I I] t.r. t bava later, bating pr.-v u.i.aly no Ih d I- to attei d t> l. 1r-, trio 'n ! , r appointment, ?he ram.-. I nothing hod happened, the mark of tl'-' 'iiffiar tlnrt sloibli id Wtvetb ber Mo.ii-s-x'e appeera- rPl I ??I the Prim o of Prussia ladtbe lerne, in atiendan came I m eni i mi? n - wat aecident or inter..'.-?', the effe t wr>? ? ''i"?. "' graceful It spoke a world ol ? it clear ?? . r ? ? might estat IB fe. ""?' 'inhtf.p? ? her Majesty folt ?urc? ot trie loyally and affection brr oui ,. Bar Mai-sty rarai-ed till tbe end of the tan net of ih?? Opero, aid nor? thin once ?_i_?0_l? the?|Ct:omantesof Viardot, Castellan snd Mono I,ri.tr??? l.arlbnldl I? Liverpool On t?atur..-..(i"., ol Garibaldi, the ?ek>j*i*to 1 defender ol Hr.ir-". arrived In th?. town by ih ?team..- Uun. n.from (jioraltar Tnecnernl, wn was accompanied by an aide ?&???..ippcir*l ' excellent health and ?pints- We believe that h w ill remain at Liverpool for a short time, and tba hrcor ten plate* a vi*it P> America. A Paris Jel ter, written some few week? ago, ea>?: "Gor bal? i tbe wrll-ki.o.vn leader of toe Rep?blica; oyetAM at Rome, is now residing ht Tanij-i.-r. I AOica, ard he is very busily engaged in writia memoir* upon the great cvt.nu in which lie too ouch a large part. Tho manuscript lmsbeen sil to a bookseller of Pari?, wbo will publish it at th same time in the French tnd Itfflan language: A coteroporaiy give, tin- hollowing additional pel ticulars respecting our dis.iLiruisbed visitor: "II bos been ?toying at the Waterloo Hotel, wher he wast'eated with the roiptct due to Ins ? aj and mitfortune? He hs?, however, during hi? ac journ hire, praoeprad a ?triri inoognito, h?vin been intrcduced to but ':??*? o! cur towmmon. 11; several ?hopkteper*, v. h..?e eataUiahinanti b visited, he was received with marked ?. Be i? iixoaipinied bj ifs thful _de-da-naaap, on of that host wh;. t ?e..r.. 'I him in trina Rome, i rentieinni who has left every thini to follow fee fortunes of bil ? hief, wa? a commam! [ crof irtiBery at the lat- siega of Home, whero In received a*ever?- v.oui,..! in fee arm. fr.-n. which bi is now suffering. i ; eral .iaribalili ha? aleo been accompanied b* an Er rentlemi ' Towero, wbo bai taken t?rriiaerabl I In Italian ail'ai.-s through h's kindness we gleaned the few fee?. which we now pr?tent to ?r readers The G iftot the tall death ; his true f.-oni fatigue, in fee Appeninee, at las1 ?din sifety fee iolai -1 of ' a iicro hi . wa? kindly treated and , Government. The wiiere he reiir'orrl several month*. He afterward? cross ed over to Gibraltar to take his passage in fee n,andto-diy (Thursday! be llDl : York to fee Waterloo. II : will, it is said, stay for time in New-Y..rlt and probably revisit Smth. America, where he previously real le 1 Tba ! report? spread abroad by hi? enemie?, that lie had ' eatbared _I neit,' Arc contradicted by fact?, for ii'i pecuniary atTai-s ar? the reverse of tl arishi-jg. '? The story si out his selling his memoirs to a Fron -h ! lookieller is false, though we believe he bu writ I ten h;s ' experiences,' which will soon moke their oppearance in America, where, as in Europe, they will be eRgerly read, as few men living can throw io much light upon the recent important ?venta in ! Italy. The mother of General Garibaldi, who now has the care of his children, resides at present at Nice, her native place The general speaks la tho 1 Hghe?t term? of the kindness of Csptain Browa and the passengers and crew of the Uueen." ? FRANGE Adoption o? tin- Dolnlle.i Hill. On Monda*, the Legislative Assembly g'Rppled with the Dotation bill. Notwithstanding the ex rcttive h st, tbe House wa? trammed in every part. The ladies were, very numorou?, and ex? pressed their political tet delicies by white dresses. I Some Representatives appeared an return from ': tlittaiitm ssioiu to bo present at tisis important vote. M. Fould. the Minist? r rd Fiu?n e. opnaad the ; debate bj declaring, in fea name rd ' ; nient, that it accepted fee amendment which pro l poied " to open to the Minuter of h'ina . ? traordinary credit of ?' LG] 000 franca for the ox panaeiof??I President of the Republic/' The I wrrenaaant ooaaentad to adopt this form, bacauso I it implied no retlection on fea past. becsuse it re iiovtd the bill of those features which were accused j of betraying an ani?rt-pent?i . and. while? it re j served the future, maintained eqaally the dig?try I oftheLiKialativeBtd I".*.. utive nowers. M- Mathieu de laDronn; said : I will neither vote ?,',ieo,l'UU francs nor l.i.?o.?UO francs. I will not consent toan extraordinary credit or expense of installation. 1 respect the elect of the people, but I ?o not like those who lurrvund him. Thetu per? lent lind the Elvst-e too email?they want the Tuileries The Pr?sident hat been educated in the school of misfortune ; it is not be ?JB I is in tiic want of money. Those who Incite the Frosident htvenot cotaidered the consequ'inccs. Is it not strange that they should avow that the man who directs our public affairs cannot administer his own? It is said that the President doe? much good. Society should provide for the distresied : but in investing the President of tho Republic with this duty, it deprives the r untry of his val nable time. The measure ha* the effect of low? ering the President in public opinion. It is a re? miniscence of royalty, a shred oi purple ttirown over the troulders of the nephew of the Kmperor. Kings and Emperors have need of wealth, a uaurped power can only exist by means of benefits COI n-rred. Understand, then, the difference be? tween Monarchy and the Presidency. Royalty is n fiction, the Presidency a reality. Hence the he reditary nature of royalty, became the person it nothing, and the retwnoreij nature of the Presi? dency, because tbe person is all in all. Do not counterfeit royalty. Parget th.- cradle of M. Louu Bonaparte ; he owe? his royalty to chance?hi? giory to the choice of a treat people (jentlemen ot the majority, thia ia the time to explain your Iselve?. What do you want ? Wiil you have an nus'.ocrat.c He-public? It would be madness ? Yea will never have an aristocracy I? i a ?Mirtina from that bourgeoise Which has behind it I ?an and I inch is enriched by the property of the . clergy and the uobilitj-. [Murmurs.] You may ! venture to restore the tifies of nobility, but they would be but epitaph? for tombs. Aristocracv it for ever ?one in France Do you want a M??n- ' arcby .' Which' Betrinhy agreeioc among your- ' te'ves. and then at-ree with tbe people. A Voice: What people ' The people of the bar ' ricades ol Jur.?. ? M. Mathieu What 70? do without the people, | the pccple will undo without yuu. If you have monarchical hopes they are r.ot foundedon the Pr?? sident of the Republic . your idea?, your af I are elscv here. Why pre these th-. . . ; ?I. President of the ReeiKie? Do you not think thtawtU tc used ?gain?t yoal Aiter the vote of the dotaton. M. Cretonhas said in the bureaux, we ?had have the deccnnisl presidency, and aft?'r that ?? hat shad we see ? To grant this money, either by ?csof tlie Riiiht or the I to ?up j'y the enemy with munition? of war. I ^ppise tat because it would disgr?ce th) President 1 oppose it because it would encourage insane 1 apee. 1 oppoae it bacante the peop. hunger. Mr. Sever, leasonabie reaaof the bili. wl i it, because the Treaaii-y wat overburdened; and, secondly, because it wss not right to? age, by a complaisant vote, exaggcrr.' ? oriasd by corresponding credit? m the t Ho should, however, vote for I ment of the C'remittee After a debate at to the ot**kt iu whi-h the - shemM be ?embiv lettled that the an - arnmeritby M Fon ?. M. Lefevre Duniflr and ' ?? Balitee thould !. Ger Cbai svtk . ir)i ami spoke ?raid deep ?i-eiic? Hi ? under It? d1 lias, Oitl wbii ;i? a. oiti'ti to calm OS I IB'? I , aad to ?ate s?ve why in? it aiflacaltieaoi form laoek be rai? '<'grant the credit liemanled, at becati i ? .' a' At*. Uie lie - . ... a* i 'in'O' a\ debate w'?'h presentativ. of a g - should stoop M a a-re* ... itarath i. ?J Impreesrm m Mi ' ^o |a Drore? ?aid. aHtk> them -rive, a. - . (Ht> A?....?...y .,, H . eilhyfe <?.?? '7 ,,.,., Thebi ?>r,r . ?n?.iion was ??red. and then the Til? p'?1*-' a tt'Ta- hri'?e "P TI Pi " ttiattl... " ?k- 100 r.vcrcr*. ?ion Oava.tnac d ?!.rr?i.-? .1.r L-.?.??-??? ?"?' MA<i"l.-?-l-' v Vi .?v,-ot theraeaaure. A ?real bier:";hoi?r.r!f.i'er,?r.,'f.,ab.taiaed frota v. I ,, ... Thera.ia<orresi-i.?tof the-M-vm*?*-C?*?Bt? ?writinirfrorn the I'ench capital on Tuesday, .,'..? There appear? to be BO doubt that the '?resident of the Republic o?e? ?he **<* m with which the rote of yesterday hai endowed the tirnelj inl ? ?? Cheagar ?i- - The fact is frankly admitted by the organs of .net. and te rued bj Ihe Opporitkm paper? as a pre f that, thmich the Trieb : by the Oovernment is vBlaable In a pec mlani ?ease, it u of little or no value ?s an r.diratun ol the disposi tick of the Aiieinhly in favor of th? ultimate viewt of Louii Napoleon. In fact, tho j.ialmuy | tbowa by tbe whole of the friends of order in the ?of the measure?tho care taken ti a shou'd'ne limited to one year?the alarm felt lest it Should h. riafu r I.e. construed.by impli allot. <>r oth er wiie.into a dotation?and the precautions adoptod net to allow the Government it?. .ntry.to ?uppr.se tl.atthccrai.tin--o'thii au-nioi.tatun ofsil arylmplied?n>th!0| beyond relieving tt**PreeMeat Ofbte immediate liitHcultiei-ouchr. t.. ?how Louis Napoleon that the party of prd-ir dues not.look up,!., him ss their permanent leader, a,. 1 that they ?apport hi? Government merely became they con tideVbimthe -? sovereign -a ho is to ?pi ?ar at the expiration o? hte tenure of ollice. If there was any ooaht as to the rea I feel ices of the majority, it would be scon in the fad that be majority was only 46, a'tl.ough the mesanre ?II .?p-ortcd l,j ?om? ^^^^"^^^1 , i !.. mcetdi voted partuani of both ranches of .aenntoiiilroii-ni-n^l"'-:"!':-'^1;^ thing that, in their ?? *^ ect. of? re?to of the Bon?p?rti?ts permanent. In the meantime, . i vierte the hero of the d?y. Hi? par fiami ntary victor . military vWy over M I-? !'? I cialitteofthi ? a-,.li..-hH^ come one of the most infla -:.ti<v civil lupporUr? of ivernmentai , prop. TI ' ? . agreed hieb, it Bay?, i f th? order in which tbe different ami ndm? nta ?ho i the Cal ' ' hatanding I La th? battle wns lost when I : rrl ai n,. inl.. is of ty ?beeol -I them ?elves, tr.d union other? MM M Ban , fire, ?fid - wet ai dencral Cuvaignac, Oscar LaJayett ?, Vapoleoa Bonaparte,Pierre Bonaparte, Lame nnnis.Ma again, Sr Ankong the Legitimists '.vho abstain voting I Ptieut, the Marau Grange, and M- Odillon Btrrot; and the Mir mu de Lan?hejaquilin voted with the Government ? Gei 'rai Bedeau, a member of the' M. Ciifiin-Gfidaine, an Orleaniit, voted I " mcaiurc, together with a great num> miits. It is stated that, in the course of the pa-lit a-n tary negotiations on the Dotation Law, the party ot ( idil'on Barrot has ?riven n freeh in? an1 a ol enation and weakness. Nothing could exceed tho ?harpnessol the attacks ma.\? hy fee Qdft up m the I Motion bill, when it first appeared The same paper is littli in lanttbitoi fee Consftl at the triumph of t.. nt. The Assembly Is* sacrificed its own C wife the most shameless wont of principia. Man who were -mit the frant, nob as II. Mornay. are to be bead amori - fea voten of it. Thero is every appearance of too estortad by intimidatio i Tho I I the ministerial ortri-.-' ' I Igitltkoof tbe i,u.'?'iun, hot been feat of ? u-nier WO! tl .*.'? last won1 Whal laoo-d of the tr?nt, there can be only 174?opioiori as to the poor, undignified figure midi by the .'un?, which ha? yielded from fear of a con thct with the Executive?. Tba inevitable come I will be the destru? tloi "it* -noral authority thrniiL'hout tbe country, and U ,ied in cre?te of audacity in'i er The prorogation of th- Assembly i, a-!->ntly wished for by fee member? bat,be( in Mpanting ? en nient ha* dett '.lie law relative to the Pr?ts, tnd to rrceav f to nan tho law relative, to the Mayor! The badgatof 1851 Will olio be discussed it is expect >d that the As ?embly will b?? able to ad i'?irn about the middle of Ju'y Literary Rohberi. Tbe Literory and scientilic circles of Paris have for a long time psst. h.- o greatly intereetod wife respect to a charge made against M. Lihri, a well kiown savin/, a iiiemli'-r of the Institute, and a Profe?ior of the College ot France, of having com ? extenoive traits of valnab'e manuscripts and hooks in the public libraries of France. I.. er ?ince the charge wa? tint mode, M l.ihri ho? strenuously protested hie iiirioeence, and has been warmly defended by different journals, and in various pamphlet? and periodicals. Shortly after the revolution of February he deemed it ne. .,--. to seek rtfu-re in England. The infentigattoa oi the charge? aeain?t him wru, however, pn I with, and oufrJciert proof of his guilt having, in the of the law t ilicer?. bee? obtained, an to? rrad M. Libri not having ?ur ? -od on feil i?lictment, the (3ourt of Assizes on Saturday proceeded to try him p rr eoutunact. [ The indictment ciinrtrei! him with ha> in*, in 1? l? taken away l?verai precioni books and manit ?cripto from the public library ol Carpentras. with iioving sent the :n to Italy toba bound and prepared in Italian style, an! with having sol I fee? in Lon don?one for as much as '.,000 francs. One of these manuscript was that of Daste's Divina Com The indictment further charged bim with having taken awiy 150 valuable manuscripts and o-.itu graph? from theBibliot! i trae Mazarine. AtTroye?, 19 Italian worts of tho Mi'iie Age? hfttr I e had vi?it? o | ? "', six work? of a ?itnilar character were taken by him At Mm t* ft. ?'" hojk?, and be attempted to prevent them f.'on. b covered by pucing worthle?? book? or inferior edi M he took a * ay From DM library he alio took a gw! r.any of the letttT? a From the Irutitate of - s VII < lorie? VIII It *> IV. with hio wife, w-e,:t wat a|. legtd, taken away by th - wi'h o number?I letters of other d.stin?ruis v. d histori. al ? -.ge?. The manuscripts of Laonard di V'in-i, . . i aal . intboriaed, wer ? banda; and- hem were ? ainerl to be mi??ing. Tne indie: n, nt tartlicr a leged that many of the book? and manuicrijtts stolen irum the different librariee were sol 1 by M Lilri, and that the other? were preierved in his ..'-ary. TbM Ktoan ia estimated to be worth the vast . . feat M. Libri'o regular pecuniary reoource? * bich was bio profr-etvorship of a 11 a: at the College I ? 0 rate at which be lived. 1*1 ? ?. ? . ? nr. in such to him that he o_ right I ? s. u? h-H ? - Itim; ? t? . : : -, ., Af ht ? . . Th.* sentence ta ?bat tht law cal s t >inr afiitlit* et \nfammntr a.d ? -it, wi-i. h?-1 in a house of convc'.ioi., it also ra-rh s with it de? privation of civic 4j) [taaltg.'fl Mea ?I i- all.".a?n?. M. Lansrand. ihe adsl - ?>' ti i.as be? h ti attested toi at da fire o' 10,01 if for ao Brock pabfhihed ta that p?prr. M I.nu.Tsi.d did not tpp ?r, <? ' r<>w been ateertr.inrri tha' ha has taVI ;;? . ,1. It was in fact, time lor thin .'.'nt ?ateape The ?ameer oi ;? anf Impru :.-??? a)le|.'ed ?h^ls to whi'h h?? ?s? s.'.taure.I, O" . at thaliittanr-c of the 1} ivertiment. .x M 1. H. th?- *>ar. r. ? it-', a i antary, ?' ter? ra) hundreds of thousanHs of francs. No*, ono of the p*t??ern?i'r)? were et the Instate, li,dividual. A Paris corra?pnnd..f.- oi the ? Sty?: Ihisitt ktxteaahly yestardej i' ?'?ase ' rious sense completely devoiii ot imp'manco, was siei.sl'z??! I?y I l|- -.y atUrUMUtJ by Pierre I. :i ux, wbfl ?? bred the moment of i cslni to ?I.-in-r lin . ! the n>o*t fantastic rh?|iodie? on the prteciplr? of Sim ialism that hu ' I i the ! Mourtain unr. ? a -.line to hit own expr?s- I -doe, ti e ?voll Ihn s of humantry fnm t*e bc-innicr* of tin.e. Moses, Joim Hun, Confucius, L Boiiui-t, Baii.t Simon and Fourier Bgared noon t'ns ?pscioti? kid. Th. o be tnntedto the Minteter? :n succession, ?nd asked thorn where waa their the ?'??in WS? tie rT">r?l law o*" f?r?vity diacovaredbt N.wton. M do Montalembert had written the life of "EHxabeth, Princess of Hun?*a ' ry." Had it never occurrni to him that that aaii.t- j cd Prineess was a red hot Communist ? But I re the idea of describa g ti you this singular medlty of humoroui myiriciim, which ?erved to ?moie the ho,,?o in the ?hiei.se of graver matter. IT AXT. .'iNcrliiineouri. The / Tarin ?'lotes c ?respond ence from Naples of June 13, fiving an ?count of the conimeucement ?i the trmi of the persons ac- ! cused of belomrr...- t?. the poiltfeal ?eot 01 the ' ?>'" ?" The trial commenced on the lit June, at no?,n, bel. .re the Grand Court. The prisoner? en? tered the hall manacled, and were placed in a row between two file? of gendarme?. Tbe Grand Court wai composed of eiL'ht juilijea and three ?ub stilutt-s. Ani?n?.' the accused, 42 in number, were : live ecclcsisstics, one of whom wa? arch-priest Miele. There was ??to araoni: them ?iirnor Cara ! fn, of the duchy of Andris ; Count Po?-rio, 8i|rnori ; Settembrini, ?iicn, Priu?ti, P?rsico, Leipnecher, ; (itialttiri, Agreati, Braloo Birilla, A" Tnere were i-Jccunselfirthedefer.se: ?igaor Navarro. Preti denl of the Court, Bp?a?d th- ?aie. his ?pe-ch last ! cd three hours. On the second day the act of accu? sation ? as read, in which, however, some points \teic suppressed, anioiiii which the assertion that ? Wrmiani was at the head of tho sect. Trie cxsmir.r.tion of the defendant? was then com? menced, and Issted tho whole day. The proceed it ga wire adjourned on account of one of the pri : ronera, Leipuerhcr, being seized with a dangerous The anniversary of the election of Pius IX. wai celebrated at Rome on June nth, in the Sixtioe . I'htpel, with the usual pomp. Cardinal Ferretti performed High Man in throne. Cardinal Lara j brasehiai afterward? offered his Holiness the con ' prstulatior.s of the Sacre.! College. The 1'ope has, frum his privy purse, founded a ! perpetual mass in the Church of 8c. Luigi di Fran I ceai.for tie i'-uls of the Fr-nehi.tKcert and sol <:;ersfall? n daring tl lome. A'"ther mirarle has ' a placo calle. FoMOUbnRM, in Italy; at least, we are as? ?re. FTBTitT that an imigeofthe Virgin Mary i? it the 1 . ' itg eyaa. Thii [miga, the toocb of who h it ?aid to cure blind .' ?'. ?nd do ctimiiii??ion i ? s, who declare th --raielvei ??I tsfitoRi icy; and it hoi beer ... Ii.-s. ?'.-romNspV-g ol fee ISA June, state tha n teniblt? cataitrophe \\- ' ???t- ?t conite/ration in that city. Ana-'... ? Greni alo. ?i, Imai?ie idi&oe wWcn fe< troops oci up*, r.s bnrrack?, gar? way and and lei '"?n iwallowlng'Tjp in it? ruim 4u0 or ion?. GERMANY 1'erart utlon ei ihr 1'rr.a io 1'ruaairt. ? \o/,-v-',/' y nrien to its ?ubscrib ? n that fea order for tho withdrawal of | '?as ban rescinded in its casa. Th I . s that t? ;? I tsd ai o tl at the Ho. -ce the n> w * re?! lasa a or ordinance* le** rigorously tnan ha? been apprt band. d. We have to-day an?*?at list o' papen whirit have been deprived of the post ri-'hi?. S-? Hr.? pul.lished in Sieeia, live io the Cologi.e. *ix in that of Marienwerder, and four la Moot ol t - ? . i i nt ; - I, which mult ceaie t ) ap ?Kar, ai their ?irculr.tioii is too ?blitad to parant heir owner? to pay fea expente of ?-?mli in parcel? i mu t ndd another to the l?verai lists of news . whull hove already been mentioned as hav eo deprived of the Post t Iffl e it Ht, A! it is tirnied The Post Olli M la fea great newspaper j in Prussia, recove? rind IReoatol or hr? for newenaperi at a ?mail percentage. The new list of paper* which are to lose this * ihe il...''. " /'? '?', lit 7 ? o in and P . lor town and country, th.? Wi.ilthl'iink It'. ilyJtmrnal, the Paderborn Peo* .'.; Zeitung, Town Leaf Journal for fie commune?, Frankenstein ll'"*;y Jo'ir-:-i;. the Brieg BemtmJer, the Qlatx Peopie't beut and Village Seurade People't Friend, fea Munitit i'. nd, the iViawfss.the Or??rr nil Weekly Journals, tba Reiekenbaek Wan und Weekly Journal, fee Frebevtt Weekly ? ud, and the tiiUtian District Utssi nger. A significant sien of the reliction that is taking place, is the prohibition "f the entrance of Panal ?a ?tlin the border?. Trial of the Prime .Ulnlater ol lies** tassel for Foraery. We have recently ?tatted that M. v..n Ha? ?oral Heaae, ha. ? guilty of emballement and farwerv The fa krwii g are some of the particular? I. thav'ai'i" ar in the act o' a-.cutation ; In the Au ?wLaat? ft? a person bv mine lleiVh undertook .';';;, th(. (f^ernriient-.f**tra'?and?cop.tract for the -?pair of ti'?1 ('(.urthoute of that city Btthe sum of aw? This sum was -?aid by December ot the aaeaa \e?r. by the ti B 'J'?l Treasury in 'Ti-eCd.'-f M. Ia?.enpflag. who occupied a art of the boildiog an ' - rt-pelr ?4 an offlctal ret? ,,,'. being in the ??rvic? of the ? wetm-net*; the ?V-.ev waa for the payment of the contractor, and n, kDOW'edfe-cd by von Han? npflu* in a re.:.-yt. " *j,, took the repairs oft ? v. Latte of fteich, paid him oot of th" m hand I?! fa? the work airea 'y executed and in Sneed the contrai tor t., give a receipt forth? whole .om of #504. VonHaai fi?.. werk? at his own risk, and brought the ?pea to an excess of ?7 over the tarn rtscetved. win? year fresh repairs wero eofr ... bad for ?t a fixed sum, and Hatsenpflog again ii ?crvanca betweer-th.- contractor and tha treas ,?v ttv'k the work into hit own han II a-1 t h? trades*:.an to uive him n receipt for the stipul?t i .um The latter declares that he never r nnv nioLey on the o-caiion. Tho minute details of th?ta ot were carefully investigated bv tbe court st QrieewoM, and the result, ss has is the condemnation of M. Haaienflag if '"t"? o? *',e ?urn, and payment of the costs of this orare?? The con.'. rl defame did not at t?m-vt tn de' ' ,w "P a) FOETUQAXa. Tbe Amerlcwf* 4'laltn. Aerean'? from I.i*hor> * '? The U. .nd steamer Miisissippi, -red the Tagu? on the morning It sppcsrt that hsd reported thern ? '?"???' * ' "?ti?l|!?a" - - of claims, I >? Lut? ?a? nad?ate a<t? ?*?? 08 ?mpioyeo ?? the Portogeeie government AUSTRIA. R?v?lai lea. fhe , a Vienna .-wspaper, c ntains a document which, althouah it con hardly eon e under the heed o?- n-w?. pooi-uin lime in -y. This is a letter from the son of the late G*?n ?Sonnt Je Wuits, concern ? r?,, plan which was-"o-med ir, ng the U-i tiasaiaO irf tba Statai a ?stotfay fa fea Mediterranean, by delivering a seaport in the 1*1 ?od of Cyproointothepr-ioettionofthe American? The negotiatiori? were carried on for the ipo-eof i ei?htmonth! between Genera) do Watt and Mr Hagbea, Amer, ?n Minuter at the Hanne, on the -e'-de tnd the Amenran G.ivei-nraeot Mart Tie :?tter fearing a rmlid Lot only with ? hut with the other European If ti aituin d the ;ir rectorat-, as was pro ^ ?f ?" '? ens-* lueDce u Cyprus, al n r Jinpilsh i Tbe whole affair wai kept so te cret,tbal Mr n ?.,,. lwro, , ?n lha ,?0f ^.''V' ? the story at Vienna ? 'j-.?/ the diplomacy Of tN I nted Btntrs rnntai?.? r.o allusion to the?' fair TURKEY. Prlaraaa HH?let??. I be Si. tan ha? grai.te 1 to the Pnncesi Belsjioi ?.., f.i I erself snd the It-. , ?.a, soint ex t-i ?ive tra cts of land on the gulf of Nicomedia KORWaT. Harro llarrlna. A r?flicuity hts taken place between this cele brstcd friend of popular liberty and the <J >v to ment of Norway. On the ?9th of May he wat ar r. ?ted ? Christiana, where he has been residing fr the last f-w months, on the ground that bit in fluence was exerted in favor of Republican princi pies. No legal accoiatioi wtt brought agaiuit l.im?he waa not permitted to hold eommuni'ition with any on???ha effects were taken possess.?!! ?f by tbe Po ice, and he wss forcibly put on board a steamer, w th tbe direction not to make his ap? pearance again in Norway. On the same evening he was waited on by a deputation of the cltizam of Christiana, who protested against the proceeding? of tho atea en ru-nt in hit ar-ait and banishment By their interposition, he was fur nished w-.th a pusport to Kndand. whero hear "th of June, in a Danish vessel. aft->r being subjected to the greatest perplexities in making his escape. Oa arriving in England, Har ring immediately issued a document, deicribimr the cirrnmitancea of hie departure, and protesting againet the arbitrary and unjust conduct of the Nor. wegian Government. In thi? paper, which i* drawn np with indignant BB?QSJS?ac-a, HarrinK appeala to the Norwegian Storthing of 1851, ooaaaQBt that he ?ball receive ample justice at the hands of - wj Representatives of Norway. ?V SPAIN. The news from Cuba still absorhs public atten? tion The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Marquis de Pidal, hss sent a note bi the American Plenipo I tentiary residing in Madrid. In.?ill to the American Ambaaaarlor. The Neapolitan Atnbuildor, Prince Carini, go Calla Mayo' on ti light of the lOtb June. Among fit? naatl we. the American Plenipotentiary a The news frota Coba, as well as the indignant o serrations of the orcam or every shade of pibl lieoueeed, and Hi?! th ? iniib he ? heard the c-riduct of h;s coo rnanner much mor? vigorous than p. I ?air, ao hi? Excellency! like Beau Brumme be studied French, ha? been ?topped hy tb ment?, he r in blissful ignora, ce ' f ? hat wa? ?aid. At last h ?pied Narvaex ?ountering thruagb toe apartment i tt- ? peevisl net? ot the palace trotn the Uievn, aud studio co'dnessfrom the Duke of Montpensier. who is to ..tibie iot to fool the unioner In wk militari minii Th. '.ar> I breaded h.? way fea wnltxeri and cama smiling and simp to the genetal, ??hire??' Ian 00( be possesses. Now Narvaoz. wh - backs, and wreathed noAleo ? American, that lid was pouring out situ: d ..tic " soft lawd. . bt'ls i Inn:, and, in a voice that was heard above eve ?ic, sai. '? I will Dot have : ;?: who roprt ?< nt? a Dation il at i irbors pirates and enoursge ofelonin The Araba?adorasmiles'ins?? frowns, 'or although ho coul m t, perhaps, parse the i?d nom?, tb? toi manad to ooali ??inet! of hi? sentiments Tho oonrttori presort. ; I course, took fel 'o. ir chit l, ?re! the oold looks and frosty -le t of the guest* must have convinced the ? g? feat fee conduct of I :-> -ating the preparing of ? Ion hti been ?even ly judged by the Spanish Cabinet. CHm'v The New Finperor. The same steamboat that broagbt the Nepaulese Embaj " Hani ? t?' edict ofTaa-Kwang ... ror ami the tint edict of Yth <'hu the new lin ; a. If is another example atimote ?ml Lncn asim? e ?moonnfaiation tint list? between fee watt ami the east, ail ti at i? la?) extending, an.I will speedily embrace Japan ai well is Neponl and tirina We refer ?v A t ver, for a different object. In lolenn. ordl ? Me th. se we Bight perhaps expect to lin.l some indication ol the spirit wh;eh bis kept that great empire together for so many years in the cast, presenting to our contemplation a coeval if i? t ro?quol civilization to feat of the west. But old hardly be found in !? t which hi? lote Majesty pronounces on himself, ?ach o* ring fee thirty year? that we watted Rmpreei Dowager, Joying in her Majesty's : . nMir,?, and ministering to her delight, ??ed cot ?H our respecful attention to her, and we have been careful in the fulfillment of all the ft rr?s to be observe! upon her death. We are here? in ?omevil.at free from Mame." And this: 'We hove set a pattern, too, to our realm, in economy lient From the commencement of sign we have caused to circulate our aoto graph decrees, warning (our subjects) before all things against gaiety, (notei of munc. public amuse? ments, l'-eni?luness. luxury, and the desire of aim And we hove interdicted all idle pastimes, fondness or what is costly irif. good, or the best,) and whatsoever in a'.y degree may induce profu s'on." Thefnllowirii--, i' it b-only meant to imply that hii Majesty boa not conferred abandan-e on I.i? people, anil i? not the author of drought and in? undation, i? mere to the purpose : ' In time of drought or inundation WO have taken the discredit there of to nuraelf, and the trouble we hod brought upon our subjects (by our want ol faotbotlgbt) ha? .-au?ed us to toil mournfully both early and late."? Nor will the explanation of the greatness of the ?, he found in the information given tu by " hii beir apparent, that hii father Bpw srds on the dragon, to be o guest. and the charge of the spiritual vessel devolved on /' nor in designating his reign by the title of Bien Fung oH/niversal Plen .... h< ?towiigastepin rank on all priices and noble?, giving a button of the aixtb grade to rat of wearing a red button and ? of yeliow to others. There are obviously other earn*??, very different from the present ac Hone of Mm maintenance of the N Empire and the progress cf the Chinese; smi in ?ike manner there ore causes for the pro? pre s? of civilization in the weit, and for the tnperi f Great Britain, very different from the gay ? ai.?1 dinners and public proceedi go, and of insr speechei and operas, which the Nepaul? ese chief will behold or heir while he resides amongst us. Those ire the results and ornaments, sometimts the mere frippery and fringe of our ei? len, and to get at the causes of that, and not p. rbapi tt? go back to Nepaul more in error on this point thai, when he left it, oar illastrioat visitor must grasp with a master mind, If practicable, tho whole philosophy of history. [Economist. *? ot >TK? PAPER PO* ?ALaTr-fa og sad e?iat)..?he<l \V Big Taper and Jot) Pr'.mint fc.u> '??r ?a!?- on favorable termi. The name ofthe p? r, will be made known on application al Ihn office._ iyl??weol_ I'O JUM PKinTKttS.-TBe n: >*?-'.-? i ?*J I ?ale as ?*tortui?*M of i'iparlcr EnjtJ?b ? ' ?'*- -) p"! up in small canister? Aso, attra-hna arasa ? from the *?roa manufacturer? *^U^ aiTioW-st JaloirnDkW _Jl??l!l_?-? ^J OTICE.-TD? CO- parmersUp bar rio 'ora "?_^*Ea I twtetithesobscr? ? - firm o'E. Clt*** CO. U U is day disarnvrd ti> kaviasl u-awnl _ . Nt; ?;:??'^r'18V> ,;%>"?. BKAZIKKM? BOl.T AMD .>??"? -A full etwrtncnlo?i?*? B-aa???eBBe at ?* Trill? Co*^;C?v'->?-a*j?bv h ??rsh??^ ?_f^!L. *tv?4 ???_??-?--r"??^?7"rower r-sw FOBl BAJL.sT.-Ot? sseoed *?*???*. / IIA1N CABXs?t->,irSa2 *fo1\^>jO? ***** lj?ved-rrtAWBHr^??a?icMON 1 <*****-*. WANT? W ?iarrOar esiahll?hm*ri Cal i r ?1 !?***, peat paid. " Tas Arrarlaari fa-tvl* raWtcsucn r>U'.lUbrfl?iit,- l.'i Nastw. si N Y ?s?flea_ Jvilra? ?aV'AlvTAI?- i * aaatnlocarvuajBjvatav? Wiarktjj. it pahlt-Oed Also for a variety of ptctortol VSnrtMrmH aaefal work? A? ?-real t-atoosswat* ?re <-?arat ??t M ?art? w?a*a? can tv made ?a at anv other ?treltar *??ste?s> reeat la toe e< uoirv Call or aJdrea?, pc?t paid. -fy. aa rsmt'T fubtli.?rst ???*tokl?t*iE* - ...%7 i i ? -. ? -r ? _JatT It?? \? A>Tr:u ?? an. . o ?>a<-?*vw?r?,kaaea ? ? * <r* o' l<rt?UM^a ' ' ? ? lalltH",-*?* t ?ase *-??tc? hat It vaara'<-ir?-ri-Dr^ ,q la? b-tstaf-M. ?a? penlllkaW of i pap? r .?ar*?>r mam?a-a ?tt'Mii.m 'a t cawaptpar ?* to??a**we?M In ar\ r?r, . -^ cat tia? ?I r??frT-*a8?. A??1ratt for ? ?i-t "A "m-, l? Trf'ur.a OfJire, Naw-tor? P ? No<#> ?r.- -i u btv par'of iha.-Tn.iry jv!0 tUtt'OS* ?VS.", 000 T0?l#??* " " i* c"1 ?****???? tata lo lit* city or Brook ya It wUibaloane.l c.u in it?? apfilra't* Apply to . w A J. Rl.? eCKtTJt, tortloaaar, TH.- a' .1 I l.l Ml-i . - n?i '-, Mart.. . . 1 K? l I. - -..v ,i |ro?iC|| propaity and parto'- . ,., '??B?._r ^''Ol MJ-Un tfta Dirt Juca tatt ?tara at mo-rev law ? -r ran have toe asme by prone?; property *-T?lt ??I II j : | . ?IH? PKl.-tTKLi*. A>1> ? Ml, by ato IH??.14li l> THt lOlSfliY -l^fstfte I lern. ,w ter -" f-o-a . a? '.;? BEI MB ihore, ? '?ivr?. i - '.'l-lj ?r> 'VfB ar?' sJrjr". the I ?B'tl ?SB rvi" I?. 'hal - ? ' f AI.Br-'.RT HI ? Jr*lw H OAK O IN WIM.IAtlXlltitl.il. ? .ihn an.l ira la a private f n.ici.:?'a wa.k f-on !??? F ? t ?Up ?? ' . . ? avaiy ??eaisa waier, cummi , I'.aii Rl*ar. kr 4.. UlrAltl) I> THK 4 tH NTtO. BOTBCaa 'a? ?r-rcirmoe.;-' ' ? ?? .1? ?ll.^lrl.?.-. , ,. on lha rmtii" T.??? K w ?** ItOtHI? IN Till! lOI VTMY-1 , , ? ?tavlrs* frit clait re-out. can tvi I'tes with board. For pa-tn- . letterto 8. PECK., Norwalk.Ci. IMIAHU?A k-entieri'tr. c?!' la? tateoaatodOMd * , I rp|e??ant furriUbetl room in a ,vlv?u fa i?-?. ? "h t?r?akfi?l ?n<l n?*_ an? ?ft?. !?.iida>*. Atldr?** II B Ti!l?u??ajOifir? Jyl.jf HO*. Kl? -8 ' (?> a;. ,i.. o i and r?-.'.'.-uieti ?? inotr ?> ??? ran be t.-.-oinmexl?'.eil with p'.euant room? tad b. ard, i-i'h bathing convenience?, r?v ?pplvtngtl II Ami ? between Bleerkei BOARD RKDI I Kl? -Al tita private M? tioi 11 no h ? ? - * - i light, iu?, 0? -Vi per week. day bturrlers, $: p irin?!"nl hoarder?,.* i .'aths gra.is. ; I>OAKII-K -. ? .i at 17 lllrvir g|.;are Tr.r? location 1* ? botiM of in. firat eitoa K'-om? for ? ? '.ear,., . jj . BOA HI? 1> imOHKI '. ? eoo be had In a pi' - C'OI NT?Y BOAKO I Two ?!i,k-'e or two married S_olIt '. ? mi -r.l with Board fir l ? i . O yard. .,' ' ?? ?i t New.Voit ? ?? H- um, log, leave Nbw Yorkai4t or!, rk P.M tnd arrive m ?mn. al ti o V.o. k. The abo-re focallou i* nue of Un- i >oM lie? Jiy ' iiilre at the '?te reil.'et,-,. of Rev I' 1 ? "o HIP.N I Tal.eiht? Motril ?mi K.*?-x R*iin??d. e'.y. |y I?'l?? (Mil ??TRY HOARD.- B J B-o-ie. of New-Milfort, ? ? n , wo.il.i re?poetrally loft-rm on* persons wh<*art wltblog lo go Into the country during the warm wetiwr, that hit location 1? decided:; heaithy anl pletuct, hit fTOOSdOOSWaOtva, and ht* sp?rtmeu* l?rge and ?try, tod will oetwaansdaM in >ie who will ?pply ?o him immediate? ly, for die lew price of $2 per week. Pertoru wiihlflg to !. lb!* oppertuntly r?o go ui *od from It?, eliy lb. time day, vi? New H ?ven and Hiiuill-inic Hi ill A.'dre?, B J STONK, at bis retidenco In New M Cono. Jyl21t* tjJANTTiKM?Prand b:i wife, "and %t tit-men can have board at lim U'eatTwent.tevi'nih tt we?: of hl-ibih a? Plat?i:.l rillllB* on teeoa? floor wlib u*e of balU room: a vary p.earan? aud L-a.ihlal location. Jy I3 I in* AIIKM-IIU) HUH.? ?i?poil?e \\ ?Ojeare lo l.e let m ? ?ingle gem -man Inquire?!M Founh.?t _ IJUf I.M M??HUK? lt4S4l.1l*?. v\ lb wtioout ?art? I ?-.. vrV.-i a private family, If" ?Jrosrowtekut, uv Alto fumtilied buriner.! for oflir.. to!'1 ROO'I* TO LKT-V?ryd.wlr?bl*, airy tod* ii. reatlv furnlthed for ilngle k?er?t:.ro.-n. w.ihual board, may lie had by ?pplyln?- tt Hi FraV'k!to?t * few door? west of Broadway. |eJ7 Is* SUMMER RHTK.vV.Vv BOARD AT THE HIGHLANDS. ras h E ?ubtcr'ber, from the iinportuoltl*-? of bis (rienda 1 and corurary lo hi* origin? Intention, ha* opaie?! tilt kl ibe Hlgbland* lor lb. ae< - ? f ftai! -i..en, during th? ie??or Tn? Hti?e peOMoieo ?11 the ?ilvanuge? of a geotet?. iiiirrier, having ?n ualoterrupted view of the t?ea?n, whtw. ever, .hip bound In and out of Ibe city, m?y lie te-.n, and w| ere hutting groundi end fith'n?T. won pleasure boat* for oink* ?nd at hand. The room* ?relo U order for .?.'?><<., ?nd the proprietor cao ?vcoia ? '"" !.. ir. 1er??and withes u dlstlticily uoder. il>."i-l at nnv time be full, Ho provean dlltp j-clnt- ? ? trill t>e .. v~n In the punli? WILLIAM JONE!, Proprietor of the Nevertlok HouM, ^^.\\.l KBANO.N ?PUIM?*-COLUMBIA ?HALL ?Tbu Hotel ha. been grealiv eourged by ?n Uni??M vvlog, msklog tu entire letnyth ?'? >ut Si?' feet, sad e.pr I? of tecimini iduiing ?*? vlttton. A ve-y largeooa> h?r of rooms are taken tor the sesaoo by families ; aad per tu, s ou place combines so many atlracuoct for heaiib mi pleasure. By uklog '.h? mon-ln?- car? l>7 Iho New-Havec t_ Hon,?ionic Railroad, or Hudson River Railroad, *n? Bus ?on, pattrrvert arrive ?t Ihe Boring? at b\ o'clock t?lM Fare through only 1*1 50. _^HL rput SALIMBLHY HOl'SK, sltoatod lot-aatw 1 ef Haiitbury,Coon, la ouw open for Ike neon*?* hotrder?. by the d?y, week or mooiii. Belog in lb. TlekttT ol Lake* Weosc"pomiic.W'a?h?Qiagand vVubtat?, Ho** t'.oo!'?r.d Ba?h PUh Fall*; Mounl Rhigt, Meajal tmOk aid many oiher point? of lnteretL the loi*?tlooIss-*****!!* very de*.rahle, ?r.d ti will be the coosaottij^??**'?* proprieior, lo render the sojourn of rtlbrtajal? ??" agreeable. |j>6ilw) UKt?A2JlJWSTON_ fOVjVLLTOSI HOUSL M WBOBOB. *THK PROPRIETOR of ?hi* fa?orltr ??1 *?re??????? : ttuiii??-i retort ?aae* p.eatxir.10 *?,i?,,,_" attention of to.? New-York poblte lo uta het ??tt* ?t?o not? prepared for the rer.epUoo and wit?Kt?*lfliw?*?7j_??j?ssw? irtB*ierilor i ermanent boardera To. btgh ?*wS?*a*t? " which hit lioeitel* l.eld by families wboaav. *r^.-?"?*! ? sure will r?oderaii itmiot uowm oflUsuper.or?ln?cr ?t* cr.neressary. It IJ'i'laen R'.var. The I *? delicacy tr? t feiimer IWcllldris for reaeWng Newlwrgb by ???????? JJ_ tr. t?v? utjiri? o' c?r? paasmg da?lv aiibw way ?? ..? ? ai r. Albany, ?".?rly ?ppilrailoe ?i'^'f.r!*" rooms - ? DO_N.__ LEBANON HPRINGt* a irks BlliKKI ClfV, <v?a Hudson.)?Th* ?oerTa.i ?nd l?-a?i expantlvt I" lhaaa '5|Ari*itii,if?i la ..y ih- llu.l?."> Rivsr Bal', mat ti d iiaamhoau Ui Horfsoo ; tneoc* by toe Hadwm JAatirot? ?nd *!???? (threuth Hhaker C\<v) kg iba Springt Pa??an?ar* Trom Naw-Vork by the inn-Trot iralo ssd -y arriva ?t ,ha aprliiji ai ' P M of iNe sss?e **???. I er? by ihe avaring trtla w.d t>o?t? ?Votsi New-rort may raarb ih?. ??irlri;. rar? irciH . > ? '???'?* * ? " ??'IHE MOHT UEMCATE JlSOt A all yeu war.t " Such ?as? '?*!.!,. Wird In a le'ter to bar daa?*btar. ?!.?? Ibe belle of Louisville-OOfBA'-??*''??. ao,0|?eitl?weakBowa,*Ua raei! datlcste Unge possible, ur *? ' ? - ? f - '-. ?*?? *-*T Uoa of toa BMr, ?-?^?^,?*!*^1 2^*25* toe Gmnaiued t? to? sawj*?,"*, ~.,jai?.u7f , r^to^?^'p^A^^**' toe*??f" TOS* wa? ?awaaat, aodSTram ro*?ar-hoattfi?**?rt*toi?iecL-'? .* .ueb ar ?.yviirata uonof BatBie 0?t ?s* ??lo?e?i ?cr.Ucy will utl t ihat toe coloriaf I? srUnclal ; It bu moraovar ail toe perms? ?BaB*B?at"?*???n,aE?l ctr.coi be disturbed by toe m ?M n? Vaifrlcitoti. !*o?PBOAsrWBlar ara toe ooiy maaaaof ?ita? in? tie - * i 'reparad y Ur rELIX GOUBAt' D, ai hU I tallar wedteal?^ 8?>tp dapot, fc7 Walkw ?t fit?? *U"e f-om, not ta Broadway j-u ?t ^al LOW-A -ait** - -atar Of ? 44*. ?'M v?r ttkmle? ka?ur Doiu'u ? Inca'eaaatl^ aSSsaBaal i? ir .'-. ctay, ki kr witt k!r.,.,. r>?ata ?alley* ?adbaitatl ? wall worthy il?*:?? -lui ? ?' alla**? c.*?l G. rD?nuf?rt>irer? ano otoara, ?? toey WaB ta. *** * T a *e??n worklB? ?or wtTS?. ?PPIV le JOHN LAMB, *4 Broi4mt>l, ?y'ltw rlrrdaor-rrO'ebaHo***.