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THURSDAY IN THE ITOUSE.
Tss PirsBBrs Sf er?Ne w-IHesls-w- A Cnlrs, V -. f*??)?rrMi?ul>^-??'c? of The Titr-une. Washiiot-.??, Trmriday, Jury It. ?The Honse, on motion of Mr. 8rR.?>f), Chairman af l?lecti.TS, went into Com-nitt.-e .juite ptvimptly ?gain to dtj. !?>*? ??!U-?"f'? the oouiideratioa of tho s-v.e?tior?ofihe?draiBiioTiof H 1*011 N. Smith, the De leg 1 te f o*1 -.aSJ Me-JsTsfM Here is the v-nte on this rnoti.T, showing a thameful lot of abtcateet: -Taia w?,.Na>t7 7. There were a larga number of live m?nate sypeerhf *, tnd several bonafidc amendmeeU to the ?rit' .t t n ?Yini the Committee of Election?, t?? s?y Bothir?; of the pro forma ones. Among the bona ?sfe amend menta, I inr-lsde certain oues doiignod to kill other tmcndmenU whi*h had been offered b? tie Men 0*1 <>f New Mexico. There wu a great steal of warmth throu*.hou* the day, but it exlii ?ite-d Mae If very calrnl-?at leist, to the ?optar?"*??. May it net have proved to hare beenthecil-n which precede! the itorrn, in cue of the reverie of what has re suited 10 far, happened ? But 1 will notan ticipste the ?tory which 1 ?hall u?.fol<l in a aubc?d ?-?eerit part af tbi? letter. Basing voted.dowu all the amendmt?utt pmpoied today, the Coinmitteo finally rose, and reported the original resolution. A motion to adj ?urn now followed frt'-n the Whig side from Thaudkiis St?. ?ii!. It was lost, ?'?3 to IP. I took, thete at cor? rectly at is pottible. But, at it it now near "? o'cle-ek, and the journal is kept constantly in tho barn's of the Clerks, 1 shall have to close wi'.boat S reliable lut. Next came a motion for a call of the House, for the puri-cse of putting t tl the evil day. tin this the ayes and naya were ordered, and reial'-ed in refueal ty Hi to :?4. Tnen came another motion to adjourn trem Mr. Fowler of Mas?. Teller? were ?sailed f? r aid ordered, and gave It) in the allirma tive. Cnet of "litte it up ! (Jive it up !" "Nol" ??No1'' The negativ? whi counted and i*tve ? ?. 60 the Home idjmrned, after a itrugt'le, with the parliarnenttt-y machinery, which 1 ra-.it aay I re? gretted to aee used in such an exampliniettiug way, adjturLed, without lettling the question after sil. 1 tear it is all over with New-Mexi.-n, a? to a beam g through her Delegate, before Una -nut T-osgi atiimons Congress! But let us wait to see one day longer for "what that day may bring forth. P. S. Mr. Briggs of your State, has called my attention to an error in the Yeaa and Nays on the trying motion, made by Mr Bayly, on "Monday, to fix a day for the consideration of the Ap? propriations. He is put dowTi u absent or rata* v ? ting. On recurring to the journal, I find that he voted Vea, with Ai"i?Rt?vvi, Brooks, Buket, Com. SIS, ra-0 other New-Yorkert. 1 am not very sorry that tbiB err( r (Kcurreid, wiioevt-r was in fault, since it givei me an opportunity to attest to Mr. Brigg?'? faithfulness in being always on hand. In this re spect, be in.y be said, without iiividioAsness, to be sa eaemplar. The Dlsnalealsta ti.n.ii.ktng I'm.? ,rnil >n. 1er Vi?lese?-. Oorrespondence of The Tribune. WaihincTON, Thursday, July ] . In the conrie of his ?peoch, this morning, Mr Foot r, j on will observe, alluded to the purposes of the I)i?unior.ists in very siro-jR lai-'uige, char.,' leg them with not desiring peace, bat a s word? Disunion instead of Inion, by whatever m.-ani. I do not pretend to give the exact w ?rds of the ac? cusation, but the drift of them merely. In thi? connection, Mr. Foute afltulsd to the Fourth of Ju'y desecration?, in ?""buta Carolina, which I telegraphed a? complained of in letter? to Mr. Clat?thus confirming vay statement. Bat I have alluded to the speech of Mr. Foul?., not for the purpose of stating tbe moat starUing and fear? ful inc dci.t of the aay. It is this: Wnilo 1 was Standing in tho lobby of the House, this morning, Boy attei ti?-n was suddenly arrested by a ooover Sation between a Itepreaentativu ttoen South Caro Una, weuring a peculiarly chivalrous name (which 1 can give, if necessary, hereafter) and a stranger, srho seemed to be a constituent. The following dialogue, in substance, fell asas my self : CeiBlfstMiafi How itand? the case as to oar right?? Rcjte.-eutiitif.? Hopeless! The enemies ?'? Sneliiutions art.- growing struoger and ?. ery day. as ti.u recent votes stin-v ?No ji.tio .? to he 1 xi?e ted from them. All is hopeleii, I a:n gurry t<> itII you! Constituent?Will jou be able tocffsot n > ar? range tut tat tl.Rt will give pea'io ' Eeyretentattcc?lSo, ?in we hnte i-ertacd to art ?stilh f tfereiice to any anil MB* station All wo can hope 1er ia to put iiurielv?-? on the .t?. naive, and to uao ??<<? frti'/iiiiiithtary ?m*ch*aery us ire mein avail ourtelv" ';/ ?' CoitilUiit ut ?Yost aatoi'Uh and pain BBS? I h ?pe the rase is not so threatening as Bell tu Ii ipe). ?a ' Erpiftentattre.? l assure jou that/?er/ . Jay that armt are not brotifht ii.to tktt tttam htr(lll) 1 bave stated this conversation carelully, an! with a lull sense of the responsibly I have incurred j thereby, end, as I need saSSsll you, with ? diiposi j tk>n to take back any thing which my ear has not ' ?aught oiatiiii'tly. 1 cannot say tcko were UssH represented as trrariar arms, and hence 1 hare refrained from comment. I confesa myself ap palled , ai.il 1 thii.k it is time that the trae attituie ?lid purposes of the partiea to the great ipiettion of the day ahou-d be understood. It any Sjrtkern man ha? ?o Ur forgotten h?s pa?t:ti.?iial duty, as t> put on l?tese weapons of death, the peop.o of ihe Jt'oith should be made aware of it ' Fee mg that the hit-'h mit.did and frank representative frota Bcuth Carolino, to whom I refer would shrinkfroa ? charge opon Northern men (if he meant them) In private, that he would nit make openly. 1 shall ?end a printed OOfJ ol His letter to him, and a?/ ait hi? plt-Kture a reas ?nable time. Ho will lind me ?t fio. to Mottet Cnwn Hou tr, where anything be may aee tit to aay will be received. lu tho ?taiitiu e, 1 shall t.ot breathe bis name to anybody BhaNvir, reserving the right to b\ve h,s name, beresKir, in ?MLtiection with whatever commsuts liriBjr feel called upon to make upvon a matter win h bas, I confess, taken in connection with certain otler m urrtt.ies, giveu me a little concern, be? cause ? ?citing the tear that Mr. Clinoma:? had a gtxd deal mure of " method iu hi? maduras" laMkl BBiiy I ive given him credit for, when he made the St part it!) L-.?id faith avjwal, early in the aeaaion, of stake] pt.rji.ae on tho part of himself and OSBH lederatt s I _ LAW COURTS. flirMki CufRT?Before Jud-*e Edraon '.* .? ?titcktd vs Mitchell.? Ksther s singular question caro?* up in this ?use as to a motion for alimony. Mr Dj ? tt, counsel for Mrs. M. stated that ater retidiiig together fer 30 years, th.? husbtad took ?dv?n*8rc of the absence of Mrs M on a visit tt Jti-uiai d, to enter a suit for divorce. She heard of h and returned to New York, when Mr. M. with ?Jrew the suit, and his counsel claims that he has a right to do so without s lowing Mrs. M. sJiniot.) or sry amount to refund counsel fees or expense ihe bas been at. Mrs. M. has entered a suit against Hr. M. in another Court, but the referee refuses to go on with it. and Mrs. M. in ?xn-se.juer.ee, ?ill be without any alimony or allowance in that suit till tbo ?raestion of costs has been diapoeed of here? The Sascha waa opposed. The Judge thought the question did not effect the othor ?Court, and the sr foment was pestpooed. CotfRT or Cosmos ?i.tkt?Special Term?tie fom Judge Dsly? John Testier vs. Sarah Testier. _Application for divorce denied. Mat garet CovgUtn tb. Jamet Cougklin.?lio farre? back for additional proof. l/ttor Bernard vs. Lyon Berntrd ?Order. Maifti"' Kntghl tb. Henry Knight-? tlranted. 1% tkt Motion of M'a?. I? omer. Insolvent, that Ikt he dtteharged from hi* Debts.?Order that be aaake sssigt-mtnt lo Jane Ehsit. Dibtspctivi Fisi ? We lesro that s destrac tWe ?re occurred at Jeauesville, Luierne Co. oa Batardey night last, which "onsonMrd seven bliicka ?f ?wehiBgs. and s Dew j.itel not -juite ?uiabod which wss being erected bt Mr. David Mart*.? We did not hear how the fire originated, nor ia fa? t anj other particulars thau such as w-> oould saltier fiom the sct-our.ts floating la oirc-mm?! ?i^.. IMauch Chunk (l'a) (Jas tCth? Verny.nt Wbla Nutte < oavrntlen. Ctwi-eiporitla-i-e of The Ttlbeae. MoBTiiiira. Vt. Wstt-teedey, Jaly 11. Mb. Or. mi. it : The Whigs of Vermont use u bled this dsy in this betatiful villa?.-?, to noniinato cacdidatea for Btate- officers. Lait night they be? gin to pour in ?'r im ail ??uarten in great number?, gisii.g ?trung prerat-mitory aymptomi that there Would be a mats, ii.itead of the u?uaJ baiinen Convention. And such is the faeL A large chare h wat tilled at 11 o clock All. and many oould hard? ly find ?tending room. I have attended a good many political Conventiooa i.-i various .?-'.stes of '?ur Union in put year?, bat 1 have never seen an ai Bi'.-.b.Rge of totter looking, ?tronger m'u?de I, more retoiote and honest men on tny similar occsiion ? There il something peculiar in the chancier of Vermonter?. The spirit of old Ethan Alien seems to run tbroogb the masses, and a port!..I b'ood to flow in every vein They lo.k as ?f tbey ccnld not be scared at trifle?. Coming frxn their own ?it-Ids and workshops, where to cy are net aihamed to earn their living with their own i ri di, they possess ill the characteriitici of trao Freemen. And tuch, indeed, they are. If the whole world should go for Slavery in any of its form?, the people of the Green Mountain acate would oppose it will) their last breaths. Vermont muit alwajB be a Whig ?.ate, as true Wr.i g prin? ciples tre BOW md have basa understood ta years past. No earthly power can turn Vermooters away from au h. nest, straightforward political ct reer. Men high in office and gifted witn great tal? ents may change, but the masses here cannot be turned to the right "Ma. to tlie .cft But a word about the business of the Conven? tion. Hon. C. K. Wiltiamsof Hutland was o >m -ti? ed as a candidate for Governor. Norman Wiuiauis Kt*4? of Woo?I? lock for Lieutenant Governor, and (ieorge Hower, let-], of Mor.tpeiier for Otate Tresiurer. Tht-ie nomination! were made with great unanimity, and wii. prove acceptabl?-to L.< people- An eloouenl preamble and ipirited reeoi utif.ni were ftdopUd. Hon ?o1joic.j i"i?o.e: o ?**>sl? iano adcreised the Convention iu an a'?lt*. ? ai?l feeling mai.ner, giving our late lamented Pro aidi r.t a n-oit h-t?\Jtii"ul eulo*,iam, which drew the teari Horn many a farmer'? eye?. The whole buti? ne?! ol the Convention wat cocdacted in trae Ver? mont aty le Knocking? on (?rimes. 1? the t'tltlor ,J ft? lYtktBW, Bavii.g tome knowledge of Mr. Grime?, from having heard him lecture in t-iis p ace sonic years ago, I desire to recall attention to some parts of his communication on the "Knocking?." I pais over I'srt I. as it consists maiuly of promises and opinions. In Fart II. he claims to have detected an imposture of this nature, by making a woman acknowledge that ahe made "kno^km;*?" by ma? chinery. Had Mr. U. told us that he examined the placea where ahe told him the apparatus wai 00? cealed, and found it arranged a? atated. his evi? dence would have been more In point. But he tells us he first magnetized a joung man, and sent him away ly his will. That he then magnetizo] the womai. at.?! thtMgfc he taya she was n.it clairvoy? ant, he does not ?a;- ahe wa? not under the coatrjl ? f biff mind Now I have ?eeii Mr. (irme? Ny a few ?'tues biini: individuals under his control, to tar as to make them aay and iloarn thi??/ be wil ?H them to without regard to truth, personate charac? ter, ?Vc tVc. before large audiences. Haff .taflttSBCtJ over them too, in some caaes, would continue for Louis after they left him?they pursuing d-innir that tune such conduct sa he had directe?! these tsatlisja are aa diilica.lt to believe, and found at first a* few believers aa the spiritual manifesta I lions or " knocking. ' 1 have full faith that it Mr. ' Sffisses bad wii.e? the woman to aay that ahe had " it luri.tril from li.-?.heater to her houae, rirjissj through the air on a brromstick, ' she wmid have compiled and declared it so. Bbs was undouh'.e lly entirely subject to his mind, and this state M-. Grimes knows is far short of clairvoyance. Far though Mr. Orimes, when hero in 1-11, claimed to have had thouaanda in auch a controllable situation, he declared be did not believe iu independent, or trvr clairvoyance. Mr (i ?hnuid cali to mind the stubborn incredu? lity vsith which his lectures and experiments have in ?fine place? been received ?ml the many charge? ol cohesion that have been made agan.it him. He I should renifwiier, t'io, how he haa been deceive) i by pern.n? pt??as rising themselves as stbJBOtS at [ ms Itcture?, S?d, after he had apparently sjunet iscd tiieni at.d performed hi? u?ual variety ot e?c pcrimeiits with tbess, the> have nn-nelia.ely de clarad to aba avdiaaoo that he had do aetaal ? rot tl.^n-, th.-j baring dlsstmolsl i aivc bint and abow how collusion could tike pJscs. j 'Il 11. i.odouht. Mr (j th'-iiiichthirnseltill '-etted. , iNow, i*t i-rs have reason to think he tit? ill .-:nted i Ibera ?Mr. G's batiaeat of lectore <>'i Anim?! Magi et.?ni will soarotly tiouris'i in contact w th bj ?pi d? ; m d few will .-are t.? know il . ir pi nu logical di -vtlopme*:*, if " bam,')?" or, a table can be rsilsd <-i>. At l??-?t Mr. Grimes'? evi eice :? oof- equal to one of the many whoi-e dllin'e ?stfrt ?rid sih" hav?j voluntsmy OOOPO I r ssudtc declare theyltsd corred answers Until their tjutsiions. 'i nat Mr. G s ??'leitions were an ivst'.t-l i. correctly at r" rnum's does BOt < why or how to many o.ik'-s should receive SOsTSet sn-weis. 1 tbi not aware that any *-ood reuon hat been cfiered why the "'spirit?" do rot eommnnicate with all. Hut may we not suppose that some per? sons have dcpartt-d relat'ves who are u .atiiahle or worse in their dispositions'/ The spirits seem t" retain mu? h of the character? they piailfasd When in tbi? life, and therefore it is not surprising that tome make no answers and some answer errone? ously Again, lome persons go there with their minds resolved todem unco theirdeparted relatives as trifle rs or imp??tors, or eminaries from Batan, il they reply : and to declare Mrs. Fish and the Misses Fox as deceivers if they do or do not. i<ii asses for Mr (irimes. Allow me to siy that I hoard more thanene hundred test questions asked and correct!) answered by these knockinirson the tltk of June, and neither in the forenoon noraft..r new of that, the only day I ever heard thern, wat any antwer ascertained to bo wrong. By " tt>it questions' I mean such a ??uesti >n as no one pro sent but the aiker could know the loawsr. 8 ?me that were thought at first hearing to ho wrong we*o proved bj tie r? n. ?to ti.'ii of the asker to ?? On that day Mr. Wallace was present We bad never met before I tat ?ext him and obierved him to be very t ireful that no hint ihoul.l f*se*ape by which an arnwer eou'd be gueited. H;? rtats in. at, in your pioer of the l?th, ii a >t a?, all ex?. - geratet", cm the cor.trarj*he ha? omitted much th.?. nil iuttri'it.i g. More than a dozen received antwer-to ?aeitiont that dsy in my prot?t*-?***, lud no one wai eventu? ally dctlired wrong. I alio heard four kind? or ? I ecits of lount-i mide all at one time, and in the saint? ?fcalnv, proftiiiug to be the kue-ckiugs of lour departed relatives, each givui? their peculiar rap. I have conferred with several gentlemen of this villige, who hive eich, on different day?, "pul their collar, ' and heard the '? knocking! it Bar. Dusi a. Aii ot them agree : Firit, that the rasa I? could not, under the rircumitam-es, l?e made by ventriloquitm, electricity, machinery or any known ig tic* , in J, it cul,.i, that let the ? .?un.li be mtde at the will oi any person or persons, it woald be imponible to imwer ihe .?ueitioni correctly with the ? unda or without tbcui, by any known means or by sny theory yet luggeeted other man that of an iuvii.ble intelligence. But,)ct, 1 am not mur rit'itbr.in.- h-.-vever, anl delire not that othen iImu.iI he. 1 intend to hold fut the advice ot the Ape?tie John. " Keiieve n t every spirit, but try the ?piriu ?even if I have to " Ituv the truth and ?ell it not. L. s. a. Poovlklurrnt,Jmlt 17, lt&O - m.-. NociLiTi is THS Wilds ?A correipon(Jj?*BUof the St l/>uis Inte ligenccr tijt that Lord C?l*faoTp, Lord Brestiey, Lord Cook and ?ome other English nobles, are encamped wih a swarm of California emigrants of Council BiuhV Nebraska Territory on their way to the land of g Id. all by way of a Summer pleasure jaunt. Perhaps the-y !l have enough of it before Ibes get through. -? Thi Ci'Mi.T Priso.MKs ? The Satwaal Iatelli grocer of Wednesday Bays: We understand, and take great pleasure in announcing the fact, that the prisoners taken at Con toy, and in whose behalf our Government bad interposed, have been re? leased by the Spaniel- authoritiei fromtneir prison? in H?v?na, ?nd that they m?y be Boon expected .a the L'uiUd rltaUs This it.ui.licence w.li be gra'i f) ii g to ge*t->d men in U>lh countries, u.asmach ai it wiUr. -novethetlouJ whi.h hung lar a s hile over their amicable relaliona. TUE IUGl'E-ST. EXPLOSION. OtBclel Report. On Friday night of last aeek A1?L Griffin, Chair man of the Cotnm'ttee on Relief of tho Sufferers ' by tl*e Ha^ne st K s plosi?n, auhrnitted to the Com n-m Count il s ?kta. c-J report of the whole affair. The Report extends to 11 r> pages and gives a every paitiru'ar of the Bclinii of the Committee, nam-B ?rs, recipierts, Ac. The main f?ct? we pi'e ! liahtd at the time o? tie off fflisisos We give s ccndenierj view of the work ol Relief: Ti e <v>ritributtor? were received as follows : 1 FroB the City cfN-wTi'k. j .- ? t ?? . ?ji. IT fBiiacei.'r. a,. Wi I'an.ht.r'ib. Jer?e> Cn>. ?? Hre-rker . V i?i ?? Otbsr places,._1?: :i %o . The sums paid out are aa follows : ' To ?id on ?ec't of lurlt-reri In New-Yu k,.til, 1.77 n ?* Br?jok jo. " " ?' \\ ....issuttiursh,... ? ? " We?l(,orl,Cl. --. ? " Norwalk, Cl.. 3 1 T? ? " " Belvedere. N J.,.. SOU un " ? ? Newark N J. 1.? .?> A ... N I. ? ? " Mao?\urk. fa.... l^o iv J Pa'd to MeMrt. Br-oern. Brothers a Co , to be re? mitted to Mrs Arc /.util, wicow of Janet /.Uli!. Cuteb List, a?? d ; j, Ma .1. Psaflball's Lerrace, D?vi*-?irret. Boii?!,.i.a ruad, 3a..'j.-j, uear Man it- iier, Kst-lind. 903 mi Ta'.? to the ??me, to be remitted to Madame Bar? bai a Catatar, tnoiher tf Jjteph diair-rsr, 8J?4 IS, ctu-etLraul dais le ?tan?; PM I Triiun. ?i parten? m de Lui; Ahm en Frai.ce, (t.eztnoDAjeurIloi:vwe?,. If r*? %i?,t?U t>i Paid expenaea as f? l'uwi i New?p?r.ei? in it's ?Us, for pul.;i.-at!(.n, %??C Si Nexi.i^il In Br.iik.yi.. n.e?.et,<e ?, po.l?|re, dUcounl ou u.ou?y, bc ,. ??? fie. Bau H.. Ley,. Di.oikteper. 2?. 00 la rotarj. . lu 8t? 54? ?s %'iei- ' T'?r ht? i.een ptld for tenportry re'lef. $ For more permineiii al? fur wUowt and for widow? tad ciilidren. ff,Zw *> Id New. Tort.Si! 3-si ?? BrookljB. 2.M1 ?? M?t;rl.??ler, Kn(ri*n?l. Sut ?? VVi.l?n?..ur?li. 1,1?" ?? We.i|or.. Ci.nL. 1.71?16 6*2 "0 Tot?.t*,6i.- U Deposits have been made in the Howery r-5*vings' Bank lor ft 8 loliowimr persona and families in the Basse ol trbe M ay crol the City of New-York. th-> Mavoroi th.- i in if Brookljn, ar.d the President ol The General 8m iety of Mtchanies and Tra-ies men, as Trusteis Mrs ff??rv F OilKirn. widow nf Siephen C.Sr>t ?? J.Le Neeiy, Widow of Alnin. ' ?? Nsdc\ Ri-s's. widow of II i-rt. JSJ ?? Aiuelne M Crtitv, widow of Strruel F. I ?? RehecciO.ie'ru. widow <f litte H. B. 1 ?? bark? Ann K??rcey, widow of JtniM. M ?? (lrp?b Harveat, wlil.iW ?.f (?-or^e. h ?, ?? Mkiv I. II- i, wlrjoWofK.l.Ml ?? Caicllne Kliral-rlh Reed, widow nf Hnry N. 610 ?? Miry 15 Kel?ey. widow of Abraham O . 61* ?? CaLartie Ano Uli?eIo?, widow of A.eiar.der.... V. ?? Stihli Ann L?ke, widow of Sunec?. I . ?? S?r?h R Wbiiltg widow of lUfu? C. ? K.deila Davit, widow of Oorge H. ?71 ?? JraoeE brook?, widow of Leonid. IBS Sttry J?ne Robert, orphan diugliler of John. . bur? Ail Rix, ?liter of lia ah Markt. IM Tola!.Sii'j.t Deposits were also made in the same bank, on account of the kiltmiug named perso js : ; Mrs. lla-riet Criny, widow of James S. Cru*y.I, ?? llettir KoOWIUB. wi.'i.w of entries. ?- Aod Hampton, widow of Joseph. ?? |>hetie K|?!.ert widow uf Rtc.T.rd.|7ff *- Mary lluugbtoo. w.dow of lituiiiiuu. s? ?? Burtll J?Le Luck unid, WadOB of Joseph. .71 ?- U.hiim, molber of Issac II. B. ?Ld S.epheb C.... 108 ?? Abigail Hull, a other ufEit. M Total.||,avi Deposits were made in the Brooklyn baviugs Bank, aa follows : Mu Ai.n Maria Urarger, widow of James.f )"> N ??Angel Le H tiurrt wlc.ow of Ldgar I'. ?? B! try DtZOB, Widow Of Alexander. ?? Mary Hide. ta-'Jow of ?eorye. 4'Xl (Hi ?- frtdei'.ka Burn?, widow ot ???trick. ?? Ittrtrra ftiHlfar. itirrthirnf lam ta. M> iw ?? Ct?-.: ? . rjOaafl Aj.J C r r.eliu?. ?? Eilen Mrlnlvie. mother ofR-.tiert. -- L?viLia \\'r.iti.e;, moihtr of Lemuel ft. Mr Jlsi-iI) Co.:::.?. father of WiUlaaand Jstne?. . Frarc'.s Hyde. WUllaa Qulf. Ii?i i" Jamea Powert. Ctrl.. : Hide kid v..'e. |tti,U of IVicr V K.*i c s Ur-.btn ?'.ater of Jola Tnurstoi. Mu. i:y? . i. i.?.i i . ; do? .-???. Tot?!.14. Tt.e BBSabst oi person* to wbom sin Sled 0 Malta, and permanent assistance has been fun.Mhed, are nt I..?U.VVS I SS rtiivi? of workmen ki lad. I ? wei : m of these a lows . y en f rirnr.rr 1 y mita-rd !>y ? . '.' Mea ?ad boys se*reieiy soi ? ifhl y wounded. M.n, ?. r i. s? of c?olbr? ?nd 100 ?. Il h?o?, wrh moiheri ird oiher relative! depended. . xpease? p? fort ? . Il Patens.wiiBycsaf eSUdrea w.*-oi-*on*wereki?ei.. . A^ed n.'iiien, who lei' i"ni la the ci.irully.. 1. ? wer?, il.,?a. VooBg children of nid -aertbers . Ki ihr ri srd rn'.drert, WlIbellMrrea, w?.o lost ion!. Sdteri w bo l"i'- tr-'?-e-i, on wh'.in t?*ey wer- p-.nl?..,y depeno enl. 4 TbeyctugOT] bas r ?usiner ( t ? mir: vi h? wa? killed.. 1 The'? ULg e-rj tun liier of a hoy who wm kl.led. 1 Total. : 1,1 II' OB Kill.Kl?. III! li -?Mil' ; '. Si I'll fill i IIP 1" II!? M. OB I" 111. II! I SMII.Ii.-. loi! IKMPnBABV OB FF.HMANIM RSI.1KI ? *-!-? . -I ...?', le-1 IKI IBDTOOl.l Il.il.urd U.r.??!.?..?. n.ltLlnlit, N'est i ork, IsSl c i,::ttiU too:t. |IU (.i David Bcrlatd, n.ar.'.lL?it, New-York, lost eiotfce? ?nd tools. 15 no Jute)li Brown, tc.tkiii.lit, New-Yuri, ?.lirrtUy In liotd. 31 M? N .i,:i L CaftBel :, ' ? er, dor wall, ?figb . .??! j, . Uwen Cur.t.lB,t.aui I?iMa-salUi, Nc?v-Y.?rk, loit c ...l.ei. ID ft.) Jt hu Ktgau, ?SA-htnlst, New-York, loste ...he?..,, is is? T .ii ?i Farr.Uy, beuai Newaik, loM <-,,..?. \\ U i. m K ,i??n. n i :?>,:.;?., Mew-York, ?ilghily in? I,. 3'i'?? ,1?it ?H.i.eliy, iii?rti,i.'.?i,N.:t?.Yoik.i Igtitlylr.) ir?d 35 Wl joba i.iiiii-,-. >.?< ?.1....II. Nott-Yoii 1...: cliiihM V\.i?tn Dowse]oes, macL.?lii Ne-*-York, ?u?t ?.?ihci ?t .1 loo.?. . ?fini .lairei II? all. Inter. Nurw.l!. I ?-d_ SI S3 Rulen ll-iii; 1. n, iva.i.., ii., New-Yurk, lotlioo.l. Il? M Ll.ti.es O. Je?? p belter, Brooklyn, .t'tl lOOU. 50 UO Lute J"l nun la! ..ter,.. i I) New-Tork, loste ??the* M y. Kr ion. eirjei.i? , rh, ion tool?, Ac. us ta Jtiiie. Kendsll macliiiiiii, New-Tork, si.gliily in? jured. kl '"' Ed-tin Linden, trov ,n hit eits'iiiibment, N?w York, tiif bi!y tajured. John L?i/?y. carpenter. New?,k, loit tools ?.._ - | Kraavet? Lym !., inin Nrwt.i, i..?i tu.n?, *?c. SS ;.-i n Inner, New-ti. . . bei . A R Mir,i- *?..?, l.r.V.r, ;-.ew?'l. i,|,Inly !'.?tire?. 173 Ii ?ii Mllta, hitler, Brooklyn, ilt-htly |afn--ed. "??' CO TLf.nii Mi Keeeer, l.i?'kiun?ri New-Y or?, nightly injured. Ttetti** I'liiiii?, Bsetl IbI?i N-w-S s*k lout-.-;?, i?1"? SS ??i Bgtes sXouttl m?, le ut, New-York, le.. IS H Ueorge M Rowland, rr.tci,mit , New York, ?l.gbl iy irjur.d . ?V? ik) VV'e? ey Rowimd, machlr-iit, Naw-Yjik i tea.'. Wbj L Rowl?nd rartimn New York, !o?t clothe? in I I Jro II. Rt.grr.?!?.-. |ai*..r ?nsler Nrwars, ! >.u..t a ?. ii-ook ? igbi y injured. Kr?ri lien a? sT*??*At?l?l V w S rl IS ?I e ,?rk V ought, machimn, Mew-York nignily Inj'd. 17 M MaiiM:. Voegbt, marbir-iii, New-Tork, n'y ln)'d. 27 6? IboH'SS S Wetd hoy in hi: eita;..ihinec'-, Loa n-client, nightly it)j*jr?d._ Ceo vs i-, New-V rk, ,i ?:,- ? ??? - ? ,|S\, 4, b.Bckiai! b, New Yo... ?lighllvlnid. 3<? "0 V\ in. Zu^.e, inacblniil, Ne-.t '. ?. .iji-ei_?5 Tolal...|I l?*? 30 CAffM 01 lilil? IBVSBB lajcatss. Lewlt D?v,y w?liti ct?eu.??er, New York, ?ever? ;\ r:r in -he Bead. SV' 00 l'a till McFatlHatj. boy in r.?t??t?ii 1st ment, New lui. ?tas ? ? ?. 4 ? Janet Tower?, hvt tn bat e.tahliihrnent, Brook!, n, ?i.in ?led In ibt-leg. lab Uff \\ 1. ?ni Quig, boy InTi?i e?iati.i?hmenl, Brooklyn, ?evrrel woiiLdrd. 1?9 2S Jofcn VA ar? halier. Wi i-,?n?aurgh, wounded In the left arm. *>S 75 Total. kvjw >t> case? or stvrtE naisaiBS . Alaaaafsf Al-irleb, maculai?', New-York, severely Irjured In ?raitxd ,'eg.$121 ?? Jitepb Ar.tl r, batter, ?Vu -.Atnst.ur^b. ?eg badly in? jured . SH V r? Pettr Ctrnptsrii. trael.'.L.tt. Brocai/B, wounded... 110 (? DeLsnder, Jr. n.i-L :i. New-Yoik,??. veielt burred ard tca'ded. 150 OB CharI*s Dcctberty. lii?ek?rc.iih, New-TorB, leg ?e verely Icoied. 165 Off Jct.n Fli'td, iiojin bal etiA'j.Ubaie^t, Brooklyn, ?S. v?re ? wounded. 127 rvj Hrtry Uerrodett, tatter. Brookltn, ?everay wnd'd 1*? o? Fraicli H-?ee, ta'ler. Brcoki>n. i?adlv burned. 3M (S Jobs C K'.sg, rsachinitt. Se.viuBie H J arm badly bort. Vi no Jtratt Ode!!, hatter. Brooklyn. 1er broken. 15?> no A.etzo ?e? fieid, aacbtnisL New York, acaided la arasardhoad. 175 BB Hrtry W Sciih, tatter, Nurwalk, Ci. knee badly ] Inhirtsl.\iAA tat Stephan H Sana, do do ?rollar booe <*** " Join J ThotDp?oo. MadrlnUt. N?w Turk, ?everoly Ujured. IB ?a Total.SaMf*! ?* (.AiEt or trrrottn rrasSAvaarr mniias. EilltU'efg, truacbinisl. New York, left ?buaid.r Linken. sot SB Vkii.kjti 11. I* rector. Kick rust, B Ulaaottttiiargb, lag taoij lBjuree.??? ?o?a Total......afMBS?' ICAIEI 01 til.LED WBSBE ECstEBAI. SXrSBfEl OMLV BAYS art? rim. ftobort inaf.'e. bor la bat eeiae'u?. Wim?ra?1rargh. $?9 ?e ft an B'strdrrne h.ner, N?w Tor*. -Vitl ? floren lit? op, mtcbtain, S? . 4" on ' r*?'?er King, do do . IS?1? I ?a, E Ttawcsend, boy, mschine ?bop, New-York ?v no T'iul.? ?T3 esssi ?i ati i m t BAvnrs -strrtms i?m tyrwta aSi t TtM ? uHODErrnnaD ob them whoilv OS paetiai. lt roa nrrotT ' Owrr H'tdy, hey ID hat esta? lihrreot New \ >rk, r ?m baBS rarttal'T to lupportof father and ksr. ** '* U - K ?--1 frarc-t I' Htr:-'t. 'nr? m ha? ?. S.a. .?, ort cotrt-atec t')s?pr'w', "f Faierand n.ther. ?tW-tB Jarr?. sre Th'-m?? Breaks, asest?ista, New-Tort, rt of a Sltrer. Ltwrerce t hryttai, b'arkmith, Dover, N. J. e ? mbaBd to turpor .of raotrBer...... M ?-. New?T rt, eoatnt i.-i to -r. I ? 11 'in at i J?me? C? :i'n?, boyi Ir. hat -a Sn-ok yn. cr>n:ri??'itee t-i aappvTt of fa flyer withthreetm? .? 113 00 C<r-e los sed J' hn PatigSerty Batters, Sro i l of an as,ed moitier wi?! ?eve??l ?tTB'l ? ht 'tree. ... 4*0 ?B Dacl. Ii.iogherty, boy in htt setSB New-Y'Tk, SBk> t- > i etj o iu? port of Ctber ?nd rootn?r. IK M - h'.i'er. N-w-Ynrk. c-Dt I j ?up of sr aged mother aVi ret?*et -n franco. 110 "o T'-t" aatlTki Baa Perron, hitter?. . lit M Jtmet G-i>'?rf?r, hatter, Brooklyn, coot to ?up. of aged mother.... Je,.eH-ie?t|.? boy in htt etiaYlsrn*nt, New-York, -'?oled to mrport of m"th"r. ... 175 00 Peler Hvrie, hitte?. Brrx'kly-, rs-mbmexl to tup p.rt ..fag??] ft'be? ?nd rt other. ISO 00 I rg, majrhtnirr?, New-Ycrk, contributed to ?uppori of f?ther ?rd mcther. II Roben Mrlni'ra, ?>oy la htt rt-aMlthm-ni. B'.-mk lyn, coetril u'ed lo tuppon of hi? w;d >w?d re? tber. Wba f "iir ?mill rh'idreo. ISO 00 Mittbew McLtiighl n. hitler. New-York, cantrtv utec to ?L[ ?"art of Ml B0?kB-. 130 00 iBlsh M?rkt colored hoy In ht' SOtahlBbal N?w. Tori contributed to top. of a widowed tlite>e.. tSS d Mirbael Murphy l..?y in machine ?hi-. B-'iE'yr-, 55 w George Noel, hoy In michlne ?hop, Brooklyn, eon? tnbaved to tupport of rn.ther. I'M 25 Roten H Siren ?oR boy In htt e?t?btl?h!B't, N?w Tork. contributed to ?up of f?ther ?nd mother.. Wm S M?rr; t. c?tter, New-YorB, contributed to ?toffslher. . - Samuel Tindale. boy In hat e?ta?>l!.hm't N?w-Y ark, rot tribute-d io ?upp-irt of (?'.?er ?id mother ... Th?? 8 YaBderhl'i, ia?rhtr!?t. New-.'ork, eontrtrt tiie?l to ?uppo?iof mother. 75 ? Lemuel B VV'hl m.?. ra't?r, Brooklyn, contribute?! tu surr-"Ulf*"'her. 150 rm Pastas h ?Vorfall, boy in bat etiabil.hmen?, New. 1 oik, contributed lo tupport of moiber. 187 SO Tot a 1.Fl,lu'i is i CASES or KILLED, LEAVI.1i; oarilAHl WHO OEPENDSU ON llltM John Regen, halten, New-York, an orphan daugh? ter i teBrtuf age.ST>5 M JohB Tbuit'.oo, boy in hit eiu'.llihment, Brook yn, an orphan ?isler ?i yean of ago. 218 00 Tots'.7S'>7J M l AIEI il 111 I.I 1 l.l .1? !?.. W10 'WS ? ITU CHtl.DBEl?. LeoLtrd Bro k?, met.ir.iti, .N-jw-Yur?, widow ?rd one child, a hoy 2 ye?r? oil.| Patilrl Burr?, bailor, Brooklyn, widow and one cl 1 i), a boy 4 yetrt .4. JOl 00 S?muel ?f. Cr'.ssy, P?:*eru-m?ker, New-York, wtd. ow and fivecht'dren?one a boy of l.'yeara, and foui g1r s i 'th* spa? of!, 6. in and M year?_ 823 '? George a. D?vt?, M?chtni?t, Wesiport, Conn, wid? ow and thrive children?one a boy two years of age. andtwo g1rl?of the?ge? of 5 and I" yea*?. 735 35 , Alexander Dtzon, mtcblnitt, Brook yn, wld jw and oneehl d 19 mor-.hi old. 635 00 George Ford, foremtn machine shop, Wl,llama burgh, widow ind twu children?one s boy 7 yeen s*.d one s girl 0 yesrt of age. 4Ju rjo Jame? Orir|?er, halter, Ilr.iok'yn, wld-iw and two eht.dren?one a hoy 2 years, and one a girl 3"; yetrt of ige. 825 M Eil Hull, macbtclit, New-York, widow acd two cht drer.?t hoy 4 month?, and a girl I yr? old.. George Hirvett, In msch'ne ?hop, New York, wid ow and three children?a boy of '2 year?, auii two glr.? of 4 at d ri year? old. 725 00 , Alexander Hugyln?, n-achlnls!, .New-York, widow and oreeMrd? a girl S yean of age. Gi'i 70 Edgar P. Hurd, ha'.tar, P. o ?klyn, widow acd two clilidien, ??;:.s of the respective age? of 5 ?ni 11 je?n. 625 00 Gn ige Hyde, Brooklyn, widow and one ehl.J, 2 >*?r?o:d. . 500 80 I Jsti.e? Kearney, h?t-er. New York, widow and four cht dren?girl? of me respective age? of 1, It, 4, atd latan.l.OoO oo . Al.rtlani (i he.ter, trrtchloltt. New-York, wllow ?td two children?a boy 2 year?, and a girl I year? ?.Tage. ?525 00 Sti.rc? Like, uiacliinltt, New-York, widow and .?terl.ii a tu-y I year "id. JXHi , Adtm Nerly, carpenter, N?w-Tork, w;d?w and 1rs rhlldren?feu? boy? of the rWMetlTff age? Of l, ff, 7 ir.d '.a year?, and one girl I van oi.l.. l.prjo 00 I I 111? I! B Uil'orrj. mschii.lii, New.Yo'rk, widow et.d hve rhiMrrc?three boy? of tho respective las' T, I ?nd 15. ?nd two glri?, 5 and ri ye?r? of ase. 825 on Stephen C. Dtnorn, m?eblni?i, Naw-Y..rk, widow .1 en?four boy? tf the respective Iget of 7, K?, II sod 17 vein, and net* girl I i )?iri old; two of the n-ivi sickly?one with s,tua rutease.l.tW) O? Besry N frieae, Dsehloist, ?few York, widow ?nd i wo Ctll irer, girl??oze 18 .aouib*. the oil.e. J yeari . 62'? a? i cia, I.lsrkimiih. New-York, widow ?ni l ??? il .iCren, one ? lov of 11 year?, ?nd four gll ? of Ik? reiptcilve agei of ., 5,1 tr.d 14 ???an. Rufui C. VSf.ti-,' -, nisc'ili.lii. Wll larnsbtergb, wld' it- aid four cnldran?three boy? of the re i -.?? i,ei t f j?, 7 atd j yeiri, ?nd one ftrl :. . Jt.ii.-1 Z?'li, maeblalst, New Vor*, t? Id jt?- ?id itvo , a '...\ | yenri, and a grl . v-an ... r-nctng intiaifurd, tear Maocbe*ier, Bag. To!?!.|| . . i ? -i -, i i BILLB8 !.?:.*.? im. Wl Jin..-?3 Cii.iy, tr?lLeer, New-Son, l-.ving ? ?-?-. 1 Kictard JOgnert, Belter, New- Ye rt, leavl'i*- a wl dc?. 300 00 Josepl .?I? - ;,<,?,, New York, Inliher, ?a?/ :.?' a a?. . sooix? itoi.gi.ioo, hiiter, New York, atwlBg ? ?. . Mus Yoil. leattag a v.:d..w. toaos*. Lockwutd. h?t:er, New-York, leaving a ?icow. Seo on Toial.Il, I mnl llrnrlac In tbe Cuse of Prof. Webster. i ion: (be Boston Journal, .1 i.y li. The f:r:a! bearing in the CSS! of Professor John W Wl inter wa? held in the Council Cnanib-?r, at lbs '?'.ate House, this morning, befo-e Iras 0 r**a> m.ttee on l'ardont? Hit Honor Lieut. Gov Heel Chiinnin. Attinfftit ten the Committee came in. Mr. Chir.t? ??"?ear annom?ce?l thtt the petition? bad ci me in it? fait that tome little necessary delay had e'aried in arranging them for presentation. Lieut. Gov. Heed in.?uiretl of Mr. Spear what ho deaired to do?whether be intended to lallet ?r u'i er long ?peech upon the Committee?or what : i..i ot.,. et wai? Mr Spear replied that ti.at would depend * wi i?t up? n s-hat cune the Council ituul.l tike. I t iitt-id to argue the abstract qsiSltss, as fe supposed tha. would not be in order before i tbe Committee. Th- Chairman said it woald not. The Commit- | tee had desire?l to give the petitioner* the greate.it ? ailoviEfce. Their wish was to sup^irt the law, j !ii, whiili t'iey were placed iu their otli.-e. Tney i iniet.n'en to support the law. and did not wiih to j hear coy argument against it. Mr. Spear then pn-ceeded to present a pile of ' peiitioLS ?rich he hr-l.i in his hand?the most of \ s? 1 :ch, he ttid in reply to s ???:"?'h?- frcm the Chai-- ; ii h. . were s?ritten lad signed before the coofes Dt We bater. Tbe Ci airmail asked him if he thought it best i to (resent such petitions, inasmuch as the confes ?ion, sii.i e n.?.!e, might hive changed the opini jni 01 ifiuie wi o iu:.. ,1 them. Mr. .-pt-ar replied tt:at he thought it was. He then presented ?'uite a number I ( petit;-mi, at fol? ios? i : (?ne from 8?crsmento City, Cal signed by K. J. KsVCSJ, Attnn.es < i.-vcrsl f.r ti.,? State of Clllfor i .is, if. A. M Dudb-y, J. L. L F. Warren a ' otl.tr?. on the ground that " Prof. Webiter s ? i iber idimctroui person to society, nor being ad that] .' io juitice re'juire? his death, is ' ,- .ecce of the strong extenuating circutn , ?tstets which bis csse preserts : ' one from J ihn ! hiji ten sr.d 37 other?, of ?"it?tihtirg; C'ha? H abbe ; ano '.'8 others, of the town of Boot, Montgomery j Co. PL "i h Br.dgiiian ?nd M other?, af Vorth- ? ? .*- H Jenks and 60 other?, of Manscha- I ittu. Lou.I, B Mi.I? and H other?, of Mi'lb'iry ; ! LaiiHi'isr.l '..-o otters.of Milirille Village , Henton ' ?"?a-"**? and M other?, of M.lihury ; Ah?-e H. iiaiseil sin two oUier females ot New[?ort, t?.. I.; B, W. Carpenter and 43 others, ol Chatham : Benjamin Burht* and M others ot Rochester. If. H . O. P. Baton and other?, of Dorchester; John A. Wc?od t:.?ri. ? i awansey ; W?rren Weston and 30f others, of WL-j mouth; John W. Proctor sn?i 14 others, of Daiivers. A. G Spauhiing and 7.1 other?, ot Milford ; James M Becket ar.d 40 others, of Melrose . Al're.1 G Csmpbell and 4>? others, of Lowel ; Michael Hovey and o'j others, of New Yoik . J Hutson ami 04 oti.cr?, o'Sprioc'tield , Na bum Capen an I II others, of 1 ?or-chester ; John Coate? and -1 others,if Barnstable : Jsmea Mitch? ell snri II others, of Nantucket, J. 3. Wheeler and 2 (?then of Friininghinn. W. R G Mellen end el other?, (f Chioopee ; James M Davis and 10. others, of Woor.socket, 0. B. Frothingham and 9 o'her?, if Salem, Joseph R. Hathaway and 76 others, t? FaJ River. W. J Went wort h and 34 other? of Newton Usnuse Fall*; Hob? rt Kint-ul ar.fi 14 ctrcr?. of Beverly; John Dennis and 9* ott ,rs,. I Aitlrt?.!.??mating a total of something over l.MO signatures J M. H? ear then ttkt d Wave to intri>i-Ke to the ! Cortmittee Mr J. risk? A ten of hUlern, who was i present, and had with him some spo-imens of I ?'ape vine, which he cat from his osm yard ? There were several pieces, the principal ?roe haing aba at four feet lams, ai.d of nearly the sie ?if the pi..- with whieh Prof. Webster says he killed Dr. Parknan It waa a pi.'.-e at pJkaa? I "ar ?ear? srowtb. Toe oner pie?, s were small brt . the srsSBSS >??ra'kirowi,,, w-i*h ?-hi-h Mr ajtaa ibtciVed to print nut some p'nltarty in the spaatfc of the vin?? bat the) < h.irmto ami the I 8t*| ot the Comm.ttt-e intimated th?: mit nii.? h as their I??)} were more or lows ?atf ' sc.?i.sinted with the ersp.-, his exhaustions aero unr.ei-???ary. Th- ? ? wer.- ?->t i(>ori the tshle for tlit* ?ni(i.'rt on ot the Cumin V ? lar?r*at pitKS iookrd ss though it woo deadly weapon m ti..? bat?ais of an a?. ? bo Ib d .nan. Mr. r?( ear U H ; r. ? - ? dsd to make?orneremark?, an?! in reply to a qaasSaM tr?im the Cbairtawi a? to i what he wi?h?'i to So said there wat a fact or t*vj ' which occurred liiinicdistsly prao?tedio?*| trad *i> seifuer.t to the lia: execution in this ?5cate, aoout a year ?iin-e, Wkk hie?' mid like to tiarrn? The Chairman t*M h'tn he th-iug/it tht: was a? oseless? that it would ?lo no l'oo.1. Mr r?pear said he wanted t> ?h >w that tho eto CQtion last year did nut prevent the oomuiissiou of crimes of this sort. The Chsirmau sa-jgested that if he had a ton.? argument to present upon that point, the ,'roper place t?> do so wss tVf. re tue next Legislature, woo w< n' ? dmlitlesB heir it. Mr. 8pearaaid he had taken pain? tMc-.il ertsome facta in regard to the bsflaoac* of t'.at execution npon those in the prison, where (Jo-de waa hung? aa well as upon those outside?which he ?b m ?1 like to present for the coraideration of the Com mittee. The Chairman stated that the Committee was inclined to jtive the greatest liberty, but could no: allow everjthicg. Thtvwero sworn to support the law, and meant to do it so far as in t'i?-ir pow? er. Mr. ispear then said that perhaps the i-onii t eration of the matter of the couressi-m nir*ht n it be out of place- He wanted to show that it was cot cirtain that Prut. ?Votais? was guilty, aith iu?*h be had i-i i fessed the deed. IniHin'i had ??? currei! where men who were innocent had *m ft tied committinrg crime, with the hope of ?acaptnsj punishment He slludtd tu the case Boornee in Vermont. He repeat-'!, low that Prof. WsbstST was certait.iy ?jtiilty l>e> eau?e he had confessed. The Chairman a?ke?l whieh aide, of the niatler the Committee snoud take. Tucj oiuat take one or the other. Mr. ripear said if wo take the confession on t?ie other f. round it would see m as if there wn s > ne credit due the prisoner on accouut ot the confess on. It showed that he potsessed some goo i qia.ities. In the ex?cutions which had taken placo in the State for the last twenty years, uone ot tho crim mala had made a eoaresaios? at hai Piafasaw Webster. Id conclusion, Mr. Opear said a larger nun.her of petitions could have been obtained had there been tmie. Ho would now leave the pris? oner in th? Committee's hsnd?. It was n ?ol-'iin day tor them He did not know as any Uiiug more could be said. Perhaps this was the last man whj would he hung in the Commonwealth, and shall it be ?aid that that man was a Prolesur in Harvard College ? It may be ! Mr. Charles ?pear then resumed the tloor, and read a lengthy plea in favor of ce ramutafion H-i alluded to the so'emuity of the occation?to the condition of li e prisoner s family?the hanging of Pearson, wliich takea place on the morrow, an i stated that he waa OBSjSgsd in these laV'-s u*iso licited srrd unrewarded Oy any one, and on hiaowu r??spi.i.til'i!ity. He then proceeded to enumerate the folluwin r point?, upi n whi-h l.e risked for a co:noi itation of ?. ntei ce : First, ti e family of the cuminai Here? tofore, in the executions whi?-h had taken place, the family of the prisoner was OCSfoalj kuuwn. rfa?hi waa the case with Uoode, and is the case with Pears n. Put in Prof W'ebiter'a case it is differ ei.t. From their social position thoy were widely known, and a much greater interest was fell for them. He alluded to the UfJJssaos of crime a id i s punishment upon the domestic circle, wooro ils sai'ilest tlt'ect? n%bt be paaa Tl.-- BOOoad j^iint he ahuded to wa?, the new do vdopmonts whi.h ha>c been made since ?JkS tri a' irfttsioii, he th.'.^h:, bore the mirks of truth si.d ?ersi-ity, thuut-li it OCBBM (BO-lasr iirr'in stances which would lead us to doubt its truth. He Stijii? r! fli?l lb* rni fe? in in pi BOO d IBB r as?, in a now liatht?that it settitd ffff-t/wal imp .rte.it piinls? that Dr Parsnian is dead?that Lutloiiald ii rut inpnca-?d, ko. lit* thought it Bad had a great impreiaion upon t1 | c; rr.mur.ity, a: . ..nil of the 0 ' tee, na was B8SS in their cal lag t-* tu tir aid tha opinions of BcisnUtae atas is rsgsrd t?> Mm effect of the Llosa-, Ac. All thcic tliimrs he th >u?ht .agir to have an influence in favor of corniautat'ou, or, at least, of having the: day ot execution pat oil' toa 'ar < iatant [ e?iod. Hi tasa alluded to two objections which were urged against this plan. Ic was said that Gaode had h.? o hum, sr.d Pearson was to BW hing and why thosld there be an exception made in this cue" Then there followed s cont-ait ot the B -cial position of the three criminal? Granting all tint i I taid upon thcie points, Mr. Spear contend til tl at we ought to have ?ome better reason for fe itcrilice than the law of cociiiteni y. Saeiaty. he :. ntti.i!. tl. i.oi'i not need a victim. In m i.tinuint-, Mr. Spear said he mppoied t'-e tn ateat obstS? Is in tho way was, thst there was DO way of sstisfying the demands of justice with? out the sacrifice of the victim Ho thought there was anothtr attrihute to be satiitied? more bdaa'.i ful than the rainbow. May he not, (he aske.lj by the exert lie of mercy, be brought to repentau-e, Bad be gathered into the 'old of the Great Shepherd. Hi thought a dnrk theology had blinded our mint! in tegardto the union if justice an 1 K? ?ti.tai.ee was the great object to bo sought lit- allows could rote H cet tins; tnd if it could, and the victim wn tit to die, ho wai certainly fit to live. He thuog'tt he had cat the Gordian Kn?t, siul shown how il.ey miahtbesatislu.l Mr. Spear then concluded by quoting the beautiful allegory, delivered by Hon. Mr. Crittendeii belo'e a jury ia behalf of a criminal?which was pub iihed recent? ly in oui columns?snd an incident in wiu-.-h Uueon \ ictotia pardon, d a deserter. Kev S S Rrimblecomb, a L'niveraaliit mii.iit- r fr- rn OrratssSa, then made a few- remarks, and said thst he sppeared in behalf of a portion ot the com ronait? too ?pt to bo forgotten?as a Csrafiaa iii bel ?If of that portion ot Ina fe'lo-r men who aro CI rial lens, and who wished to take the beat methol t( prevent c-itr.e. He had a Matter, whole !awi he wiitied to follow, ai d the principle of Hi? liwi wai to < vercone evil with good. He tiught his ftlluweis to do light, ?nd n??t to fear tho i r r? ui that he passed to the phrenol -gical : ru?-i te of hi? own cranium, on which he said the organs of firmness and <itstrut ? ---ic?? were moit lirgely de velope?!?the latter to such an extent t?tt his ha' could with difficulty be kept la its place. Tticie trgani he hid used, the tarit re i:i:ing and iuppre-??in j the prompt.cg? of hi? evil passions, and the einer lo the destruction of sin. He waa there becauae he foil wronged, an.l had h??i bit heart torn by the operation! of the law of vomitive justii'e. Hedeprecsteil it, and nil that Biadossi, whx-h would ' : ?avage, ap peered n.crc-bc-autiful to him in Government ttiaai ?n? va lie e elle. ?le Chairman remarked that this argument wa? muco belter adapted to legislation than to the par? tit -u ar case now before the Committee. Mr. Hrimble:omb said that he hsd understood that lac pardonitg power was vested in the Corn He was willing that the death penalty shou'd remain on the statute book, for hetv tir??- ni-ght be i"nie criminals to hardened and dan-erciisu to be utatfe for confinement in the State Priion. But in the caae of Prof. Webiter he thr tii\ t there was no such danger. The d. ciiicn of the Committee had not been given in the case of Prof. Webster when we went >0 ; re?? The 2Vs.rei.Vr girel tbe fbliowing in addition to the above: Rev. Mr. Ciher of Boston, addressed the Oraa? aittee in relation to the prisoner. He tail the whole people of this Commonwealth an i of Now England had never been wrought up to such a point as st present; and requested that the lixing ol the time of execution might be delayed until there could be time lor that feeling to express it? self in favor or sgainst the death penalty. The I people milcht come forward and take tbe responsi? bility out of the hand? of tbe Council by abolishing tie death penalty. Mr. Charles Teppan said he believed a man who committed murder ought to be hung. There was seme doubt ia his mind whether Prof Webiter had committed this set deliberately; and it had acsaSTSd to him that if Prof. Webiter was sent to , tbe State Prison, the moral influence of the puatar* r-tent would be niutb greater than that of any ordi- I nary permit _ _IN8I.RA.NCK. Tut liftlXi'tMS' riRK INrUSANCK i' MT4?IT OCea, No. ?i VA ?il. eora?? ??f Teaoa k t. CAPITAL, S."'.????. THIM COMPANY, bavir.? iW -*pt?ai aS Baal root., ?re prepared lo leeue? Buir.Ua?;?, ? H?.u???boi?1 FumiBiro, Veaaeia B Port, tamtt again.? losa or at?at*r? h.v *r"' ???" **** "' N.viK.it.rfi and Traoay<>riaUa>e. oa lbs tarais AU loas-? Pf? ?ano paid. -" DIAfcCTOAA St., t. Si, ka, M?.?. T.? i. ??? S*.ir?oa attwaa T. bMabtib, Ot.iawi I :...??. Cae? Saut?tes? f la?i.ii Skii.uv, HtBkV Fuit. At? S Poav?a7^ Jas B Uii.toa, Als? H ?Jk.bT. W?. A r-aatral Sa? S BmiihaB, Manual i. P?ea-a?a l??ac C. TiVLa? OAMtooN MOOAE. PrtttS J Miit'i? Smitb.Sesrrei??v na, ;s.*?-Bryg tae turn kmS* U ?Hi: aVU,i?0Uj?a I a ifa^hAMuk 0% ? LU ? (;/ M ?v-kuriiv ?a*-, cor afSW BBS an? Dey it? .ver tn- Nora Alvar SaSA. f? capita., iini.lauu In?ur?:.. ? ??-?Il?i m .- iiaaafakta? CKO*KL A0AMB. fratasa St.'l.l VV Savia?, ?e^reaarv l5l JINK Khl'llUr UK TIIK I ?>v>bc?fi3i Ml'TlAL lsITK. IHSCAAACK CO, o? llinhJ Coc?. ??? Ihii>i .lirtLa! the *geA? j ?, fiar Hundred sud Voriy-au n.. ?M r\i - ***m M err bar, is and Trader?...!!; r*e,n?>?. Mechanic?.lu reacbera."..".".! M ?ru facturera. : ? ??Vilar?* "*"? Farmer?. S. l'ulaixiiiacar?.. "*?*! C.rlkl.i, VrJWt.J""*. Liwvcr?.I'TI'Uir?.~"-* r . .laaa.II.'HtudeoU."Tj C trgymen..V lank ?*??>?*?.,~"* Mar'.Lf r?..51 Laborers . A,' ?. ? irjeju'lasmec. Fn f ?sor?.3 Uu.ers. ~4 ???? Totti Po.lr'.ei Issued In J.:a.j Total Policies ittued lo M?y.jg Total foi'cle? Issue i In April. .jm, Tot?: P ? icle* Issued tn Msrcb..Jg Total PolkrjaB issued t.. K ->iu?ry.^ Tola! folicie? iMued ?l Jsv.uaay...^ Tots'tew Policies In I8SC.?? Tea! number of Pollct?. Issue?!.Mj?> T'u Ccnipany tL?*wp rated lu IHt. ???tog jow ?a, largrtt l-ii-.ttu'.looof tie kind in the I o.uM Scats?, aaa?_ an.pie ?ea-u-ltv lo Insurer?, ai.d ?e. uiltv aod prJttta? anainit til ratf>arra??rueni? and dante. a a/ielng fruta ataa. ? sof the rate of nioruiu., to h.*?i J??u. ki ?ss??-uh. of limited number?. The 1er.? nu aatsnr i ote eoenrtOmme lo the fund? of this Company, e.iAV.I.Ii-t a tnirorBt.TJ laiaaa h Baa and lrcoiu > aim ?uarautr?. iba o^amaatei u s I ..iiiLtion. Atautki.?.. < n.?.:.. *,.. a ...?s ... '"?i||n?, ? all merr bora aba-u.g with d'.v;d> udt of eavrrsad mesa? wbtch Dtvldecdt are dlilritiwicd ?i.Ljai , lo its? rjaJanJ ihr ici iLberi. Kltkl Ukeo lor v.i.a^e. to, aoi r ln,any part of the world, tt ?ayHtabB nie? JAMLM laU IDVVIN, Tri_ EstNi/ta Ki.owia, VJaal U? v R. Fa el rt. Socreianr K S Ki.-am, Me.1i ai Kikinlner, ?t ?>... ??-. . - fr i.. . to S o'clock. P. M **** 4?t' fllBIIBIiaSBBBll vv s DM JySMMkWaa Pioipei; .ui.iiLd every in.', rmalloo rivaa I?. VV ei^U^MtASa, A?in.1 >l W?,,^ yi^.f,^ B AT?. llU ('ALII ??..i\lA.~ WPlAIJi?BWIlAT^Sto^ 3aCR-\*?.>TI' cm. r*m**> ?KtX'Bl?! AND COM If 1ST ION Mi?w?A*m. LIBKR.AL ADVANCES iiitJleor, c?yrMr.?ri4?a,BBla agttucy Isuiinea? pmnipil? ?iiee,.?e?j m jsbiTi II f .? ? esi.?. ? k C?x l!... Vork Ease ? Tous?, Philadelphia. C. O. He??sv, F. M. rli.wi, WuxiAM Itttiataa. Jr a Ha.titT..?, flw?hurKh arfSsa JAMKS H il.i.UiklA-i, OOIVUVHSSIOM StXXBOH?VMT, SAN f*KANt:ieCU. CALilPllSNIt, VV '''?'' til\t: hi. .iieiiti.io to Hie ?at. of ? v ALI? KINIjS (if PKiiPCSTT Deelgrie.1 for thai Market SEEKtEN-'B?: Meassrs. J M HOTT It M IN New y.ark. TOITNOS A HOWBiala New-V.?rk ?? JOHN WILLI AM.S v CO. Aorfteevw, SA " BILL k IKHiliVjAN. da ?a CHARLrri M l.r ? r - do. ?s. OrUHUK R CLAKKK rlc da SB. Mr. M 8. HAWLKV, Rurtao. NT. Mr JAM KM VV. 8IBLK.1, C'crlnnsH, Ohio. Mr K VV BACK!'* Ueiroil, Mich. OEOEOI A ?JIBBS, Esq Chicago, IU. Mewr? I' Ai i t. k BACON. H?. Loula, Mo ?? r-'iii.MiL. PKASLKY A CO. St Louis, Ma ?? WHirriCMORl?, KLTHtK/oaD k Co.Tura to, Canada jo? SsarSa HA?LiiJl. A MUDO?, SOMM1SSION MEKl ?ANTtt AND ?TOAASI AU EN .'S, ?am ri?? neo ?HD s?mela. Cm? W. Hayoln. L up. r Califwrnla. 8 W. UcMi Kt.Kl.R to He-in Neun* A Co. Be-Ja, BuM k Ca I k, .s? .in.-, : '.,.; ,, , ,v Civil E lud Ulli aie*-. Ksci H....O? B. W Mt'DUE bel?g iocsied pertnaienlly a? Sea fra> Cliro wnl attend to any Conalgtiu.cu.ij fur ui?i ".?ra, I2f6ni1*VVedl8U ,?,,,?, ISTHMUS HOTELS'. 'f M i?2K2? 1-hk iRViNf? Heirs?:, it cipe?, w?^?, w ?a lise?, **?t*t<-d bv Hugh Mlber ' ?F the Panama bailboau itorr?, ti.?e-.rgooa,?i der the ipcuigemenl of A B W' - ? tnd J f Cocaer Tl'E A M FBI CAN UoTKL ?t Cru?-a? 3Qi?r"me'?j?i aganiattiof ?* R Bo.gar ?c? H Miller, Jr. TH F rNITKD STATrft HOTEL, al rioirBt-Uek *n?o?g?-in<-Dt of Adrian B M'Ile. ?il 9111 DIMDKNDiS. Ornea No?*,?.h ?no Woacasraa Kaii.ioa?Co.i N,??.? i, m,J...V m,isa | BflOH*? KOK SI llti Klillll.NtoiMrr-rtwrM Se I of tlilt Cutupany wil tie opened 00 i-a Ulk IBM. au!?? l'iar.iln O?l;.-.?, iT T Meiwin, Trsnifer AJj*et,l il Mrn h.c,..' EA.-naugr, New-York, ?o-! remain opM k-r sta.y d??t tberetfl? r. w lien me Bool? for tuco tub?crtf?lM will be closed unlii lie H>tb of Jaauaiy oeil. Al. permet who ?uli*crihe m ?f?. ???'..I, and pay B Mr c.'t.i on Um preferred iiuck. will beeoitiled to ihee?ivldacsl lo bederlirrd in J?nu*ry neu on their prefStrred iloek. which emtirve? four acres of old ?uk? (." ?web ?o?r??, new ?lock lutiscrlbe.l, in J loieran will be cn?rged, till?) i?.?- of ti per cent ou all iosta.inau ? iron ibe I lib taw osttJ laid mtiain.enli are paid P. ST M AN?REWS, J) Il Clerk N and W, Kiil-oed Co. DIVIDEND.?NORWICH AND WoaCEITAB RAILROAD CO-Th t Compaty la? uwiarwl ? dm deed of two aid one-quarter per eaM on Um? Otofortmi it. '1 of laid Company, (being the Block iurrand?rr?i ?ci c.1,1.. lied rrevltiiit lo lit* ad .mi ) p.;)?!),. II lae Tr*a?lSaT ()rl.." of ibe Company, n Merchant?' Sicht**?, Hem York, on Ibe I .lb Inn Per otder. UEO. L Pr.UINS, Norwich, Cono JuiT le, ItSS. | )> ig Jtr) troot_ Dl VIDEN D -The Presldeot and Otreciori of taw now Jersey Kiuroad and Trauipor?adoa Company stto Ifcladsy deela/ed a?eml annual dividend of fotr per ceu p*y?ble to Ibe ?lockbolder? or their re?reiM?*AlvM 00 Md aftef ihe lai of Auguit next. The Itmctter booU wtil M cloted from the Aliuti Uui unit? that day ? Joly II, Is?e. j*,l-lni" H J b?JLTHaAVD.Tr??jt?iirW. 01 111)till THE BROOKLYN ANO JAMAICA H?iirc,*A? Company hase tlil? d?y declirisl iM-a-t-usa' ai di.i.iend of ibieeaod oue-lisif per c*nl f-"*r**?*,J""1,5? ?fier Tturidiy, l&tb July. The ir?r,?fer U--4U ** oo Cloied until tb?i d?y. BOBEBT iUY. ??"aSBBjBr. N'w y ork, July 11,1850. _lyttwr M.? ...i ihuKut-iu Bai, koaD Co. or Otoaeii ?rillH t'O.tIPAny ha? declared a dlvtiead of iw? a. dollar? per ?hare, payablo to itn Snu-kboUlari ta >?-? dty ?t the Hank of Ibe State of Neyr Vu! on the IS pr"* (Signed) J H.TAYLOB. T-**r?-urer Ju!v3, IH So. -,',? ?w? COAL. ANTHRACITE COAL,. I'I AI H HEATH, Hllll'K *-?H, boS Peers I St i, i ?ni Rei As,, I,..*1, of sli ?iza?, and all from its lands of use Forewi linpio.enieni Company, Im PrOne.lt?> der and of great purttv,r.uriatautiy tor *?ie Oy Um cargo by CHI A HEK8CHEB, ?A?U-BlJ>-a. ya'it) *tna??? ap -tatra. f OA1. BY THat ?JAKf.O-Hasletoa (IssSasS) V^ Coal by UM Cirio Manufacturer* ?au iootots Stay piled. IN'.HAM A HALL, wboieiaia mod retail cool dt-aMra, "ei* a*w* eor aootgotoery aad Or?-eo it? J?ri?-y CI?. I "HOI DELIVEKINO t*M 're*? It-sd Ait, Coal, fstov? or Egg. from my yard corner of Sing aod Ur*MBWla?a,S 11??. B4M>"roml>oaU |ur,-. -u?'I PETES CUNTON, REMOVAL. Rfc.flOVAIj.-DR8 CHILOSk rOBDblT.i men office to fee Cn?n:?-?'t-*i Office hours froM? ?if ?/elect, AM and from ! M I *nd T it? 8, P.a. They bave opeecd a aedlcal aod Surgical la!?"?a?l where the poor will be aui-nd-d gratoltou* v oo TiiAB-da-*, Tner*ca>*B-id Saturday*, from 7 t? 11 oeloel, A a. Dr Child? will give pmtucuuu -aaeoUoo u? dl?-?*?e?-?f ay ebeit, lang* and heart. .. , Dr Kord to disease? tf BS ?y? tod ou, moi Ut otrSM eue? generally._^__ J*'?*, REMOTAI..-DA- Ll'T'SttES, Aarls?, bas "*?S?????1 buoB IcSsWlS BB to iTv? ?r?>?d-?;a-?.oaUmoeoH *** reo-**. Office besirs to IVitnre. to?*?*- -_. m Blatu-ro y?ar* of lUcreMfnl pr?*?-vi-e of all aSBtaSB M.SS Kar r- ame* blm U> et?:a 1 d?*?>f?l?-IS, UnptAM-SaBi OtatM gfffijjjl* tb? Ear. pr ? ? tded Um nsrrv. ?4 ?V?. M "ssaaava-aast of ?*? ??>?*? f*****M t^oi eao baasmatUt Otire A I! .eater, must he ?MM ?laa?aT?SWI m?jjc?rot--*-wtj-e,li_Ijyitaw'i sa irr ? OB ??ALE OK KM H A.M.E. T .a tnafA, U r tore* ?td ?oad v.l.. o? a weu?r?>l?>iiiut)??d ?ad tory pro t ??'ce et n.mmlon ?.us.!,?.?? *l.J be *o??i ?t a great bataoU fe.r c**h, or will be air hanged fur real Mte*? ta ii?Js **? Breo* )D o? WUllanjUtrgh. To aay per*?*? bivtogj*^ J.r? ' a. .ari ?icouiniand, l-..? offer? an opportur ay MMgg to be mil wtib, ciperially if ibe appilcul aas aot tarn mntb-s-custX-t-Mdioci y (-??ii??-?-?. T?a obj??-i?f tawf** sett p-oprl.t?r being to rMl?. fiuta UM mer.aio oooaU?i' aliogeit ?r and go ta ibe country. Adir?** wiin -eel ?***?* (ii to other will be nut cm1 t walek ?srUl be "-'?^.SJr' dann?:. C B. ! Tfihuor ? fnce Jyl? ii?OljlW^_ nK. KICHAKOao>*-s>lVKfJP. '' * "'?^S? rriii-??llA-.<?flbe?ga I?. BUctavSaoo? *)'-?)J^^Z, ??,atwswsaaasaistSesw-tsswooeipi?intt w' ???mm?? ?fSllBM-t. _ . mmmt 9 :e?iOr. Traattag.-. **? r"-*-**-?*.. ??"-*' '?-^"??Tl .'. *.' f.i-, sa UV U.i-gtaH SW?,?! I". "*?^?-, M B..w.ry. HV -1 WP*?"-' >f?J ',.-? i?f f. - i. si B?ia'BI}??rW| ** **