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Tlve. Cheap Peel*.* Bill.
This Ml. which w}" htl found in "nother
col urn* tn?Hy P-*??d through t?e Hoa,e 00 Fri
dty fjkj 17th inst. The ralee htTing been eai
pcndea the House went into Coamittee of the
Whole, (Mr. Bcrt in the chair,) on the Postage
BUL Mr. Ci.IviLA?n, of Connecticut, proposed
gnjendnjf nt restricting the franking pririlege
bo u to prohibit members of Congress from
franking letter* not written by or to tbemeelvee. j
LM> Evans, of Maryland, offered an amendment !
that "M free matter whatever ?' all be sent i
through the maila." Thu amendment waa dia
*nj*ed by Messrs. BaTAIM and Bk-wn. of Indiana,
and lost.
Mr. Putnam offered ao amendment couterriug
on the P. M. U. power to increaae or reduce the
rate? of Commission to Postmasters whenever he
?hall deem auch proceeding equitable. Lost.
Mr Potter moved that the Committee now
riae and report the bill to the Home, which waa
*gTbeBrtA*n having reaumed the chair, the
Chairman of the Committee [Mr. Bukt] reported
that the Committee bad had under consideration
the bill to reduce and modify the rates of postage,
and had directed him to report the same with sun?
dry amendments.
Mr Pottir called for the previous question,
which was seconded, and the main question or?
dered, which main question waa on concurring
with Uie Committee of the Whole on the state of
the Union in their amendments to the bill.
Mr. Ham. moved teat the bill be laid on the
table; and on that motion called for the Yeas and
ftavs, which were ordered.
The question was thee taken, and resulted?
Yeas 61; Nays 131)?as follows.
Yakv-Meur* Alston. AvereU, B*vly, Beele Bocock.
tiowoon. Bowie, Bovd. Albert O. Brown, Wm J. Brown,
Bullard Hurt, George A. Ceklwel), Joseph p. Caldwell.
Cartier, Clingmen, w R W Cobb,.Colcock, Daniel, Dun
ham Edroundaon, Ewlng, rValherston, Fuller, ttentrv,
Ooroien Oreee. Hall. HaralsoD, Isliam O Harris. 8. W.
JHarris, Moliaday, Inge. Jueepb W. Jackson. A Johnson,
Jones, Kaufman, Mason. MrCleroand, McMullen, Mc
<lueee, Meade, Mi to;, Morse Orr, O.i *?. Parker, Pow?
ell, RohlDsoti, Roes, Savage. Reu.lon. R H Stanton, Sweet
eer. Tboroe*. Jacob Thompson. 1 oombs.U allace. Welkins,
Viiliame and Woodward-til.
Navv-Mew*. AH>erl*t>u. Alexander, Allen. Andrews,
Ashmun, KeU, Bennett, Biugham, Bokee. Booth, Brack,
Brigg*. Brisbin, Biooks. BueT, B .tows. Butler,JoaCable,
CaMa, Campbell, Casey, Chandler, Clarke. Cleveland,
Cole, Confer, Corwin, Crowell, Danner, Deoerrv, Dickey,
Dimmiek. Dlaney, Doty. Duncan. Durkee, Eliot, A Evana,
Nathan Evans, Filch. Kowier, Freedley. Oeiry. Olddinga.
Iillbert, Oil more. Ooodeoow (.oil, Oonld, Ormneil, Halio
way, Hamilton. Hammond, Hampton, Harlan, Hay, Hay?
mond. Henry Milliard. HoegUnd. Holmes. Houston, How.
ard, Howe, tinnier. Wm. T Jack-on. James L. Johnson.
Julian, Jamee O. King, JJeaw A King, Preston King,
La Sere. L-effler, Levin, Litileheid. Horace Mana, J<>b
Mane. Marshall, Matteeon. McDonald. McDowell, Mc.
?iaiighey, McKiaaock, MeLanahnn, K M. Mel.ane. Finis
E. McLean. Meecham, John K. Miller. Daniel F. Miller.
Moore, Moor*tiee<i, M.irria, Morrison. Morton, Nelson Ogle
Old*, Oil*. Peeeelee. Perk, Penn, Feeloe, i'b.euix, I'liman,'
Totter, Putnam, Reed, Keyierid?. Rlsley, Rohbin,, Rock?
well, Rose, Kurosey. Sacketl, Sewtelie. Sch.-nck, Seher
rierhom,Schooleraft,81lveaier Spauldlng. Bprague, Stanly,
Frekerlrk I'. Staniori Steteon, Taylor, Jamea Thompson'
John B Thompson. Thurman,Tuck. t'nderhlll, VanDyke
ViMon, Waiden, Waldo, Wentworth. White, Wbittlesoy'
Wright and Young? I >'*.
AnsrNToa hot \oiinw-Meura. Anderson, Ashe, Ba?
ker, Bay, Kitsell, How n Cabell, Dixon, Duer, Hackeit
T L Harris, Hebard. Hibbard, Hubbard, R. W Johnson
Kerr.O. 0 King, McWiliie. Morehead, Newell.Ow-n, Rich?
ardson, K<?oi, Shepperd, Stephena, lit Stevens, Pa Strong
A enable, Welborn, Wlidrica, Wdmot-3I.
?o tbe House refused to lay the billon the table.
The question recurring on concurring with the
Committee of the Whole on the state of the
I 'nion in their amendments to tbe bill,
The Bi'i akcr said that unless a separate vote
wu called for, the question would be taken on all
the amendments at the same time.
Mr. HaLL called for a separate vote on each
amendment.
The Speaker said that as a separate vote was
called for, tbe question would be tirst on concur
ring in the amendmeLt to tirst section of the bill.
The tirst section of the original bill was read,
Sroviding a five cent rate on letters not prepaid ?
he substitue adopted by the Committee for this
?ecUon was then read
Mr. Phkijpi demanded the Yeas and Nays,
which were ordered
The question was theo taken on concurring in
the amendment to the first section, and deter?
mined in the atlirmative?Yeas III, Nays 83, as
follows
Yias?Messrs Alexander, Allen, Alston, Andrew*, A?h
men, Kea!e, Bell Bennett, Ringham, Bokee. Booth, Breck
*rtgg*. Brtshln, Brook?, Buel. Butler. E C Cabell, Joseph
A able. Joseph F. Cald well. Calvin, Campbell, Casey.Chand
ler, Clarke, Clevelat.d, Cole, Conger, Corwin, Crowell
Danner, Deberry, Dickey, Dolv, Duncan. Durkee, Eliot, A
Evana, Nathan Evana. Filch. Powler, Uerry, Gildings
?Uteri, i.ilmore, tiott, Oould. Ormneil, Helioway, Ham.
mond, Hampton, Harlan, Uay Henry. Hoagland, Holme*
Hoeaior, Howard, Howe, Hunter. W T. Jackson, Jame*
L Johnson, Julian, Kaufman, Jamea O King. John A King
Preiton King, Lefflrr, LMlleield, Horace Maun, Martha ['
Matleson McDonald McOaughev Kmls E. McLean,
Meacham. Daniel F. Miller, Moore, Morehead. Moria Nel
eon, Ogk*. Oide,Oil*, Fees, Pbotilx, Pitman. Potter, Put
earn. Reed, Reynold*. Rwlvy, Rockw ell, Root, Roee. Kim.
Kumsey, Nackett.Bawielle,Sc"enck, Schermerlioru, School,
craft. Bt-dden. Silveater, ftpauldlng, >prag'ie. Steuon, Tav
lor, James Thompeon. John B Thompson, Thurman,Tuck,
I'nderblll, Vit ton, Waiden, Waldo, Wallace, Wentworth,
Whlltlesev, Wright snd Young?UL
Fay-? Me**r*. AJhSSIsast, Aahe. Averett, Bay, Bayly,
BoeiHk, Bowdou, Bowle, Boye, Alberto. Brown, Win. J.
Brown. Bullard. Burrowa, Hurt. Canter, Cllngman, W. R.
W OM?, Colcock, Daniel, Dimmick, Ditney, Duer, Dun
bam. Kdmundaon, Ewieg, Keatberaion, Freedley, Fuller,
4>enirv, Oorman, Hail, Hamilton, iteration, laham O. liar
ra, 8 W. Harri*. T L. Harn*. Haymond, Hllliard. Holla
day, Inge, Joeeph W Jaek*on, Andrew Jobnton, Robert
W.Johnson, Jone*. Kerr, La here. Job Mann, Mason, Me
Clemand, SicDowetl, McKis*ork, McLanahan, Robert M.
McLane, McMullen, McQueen, Meade, John K. Muler,
Milleop, Merrlaon, Morton. Orr, Outlaw, Parker, Peatle?.
Fenn. Phelp*. Powell, Bobbin*, Robinson, Sava.-e, Shep?
perd Sianh, Krederlck P Stanton, Sweet*er, Thomw, Ja?
cob Thompson, Toomh*. Van Dvko, Venahle, Watkina,
Welibov. White and Williams??>.
Tbe question now being on concurring in the
amendment to the second section of the bill, it
was put, and the amendment was concurred in.
Tbe question now being on concurriag in the
amendment to the third section of the bill,
Mr. Bkown, of Ind. demanded the Yeas and
Nays , but they were not ordered.
The question was then taken, and the amend?
ment was concurred in.
Tbe amendment to the fourth section was then
concurrt d in without a division.
The question was then on agreeing to the
amendment as an additional section i
I8ee Bui, 8or. ;
Mr. Hail demanded the Yeaa and Nays on the
question, and tbey were ordered. The question
was then taken, and the reault waa?Yeas 106:
Nays ???as follows:
Be
Brook*
Calvin,
Crowell, Deberry,' Dickey. Duer, o'uncaa. Durkee. ETloti
A.exander Kvan*. Nathan Evana, Fowler. Freedley, Oen
Sr. Oilbcri. Olimure, U^odenow, Oolt, Oould, Ortnnell.
allow av, Hammond, Hampton. Uay, Haymond, Henry.
Hllliard. Holmee, lioutloa. Howe. Hunter, William T.
Jackson. Kerr. Jamea U King, John A. King, Freeton
King. Horar - Mann, Mattoeou, M. Dona i McKlseock,
Meacham Moore, Morehead. Morrison. Morton. Nelson.
Ogle. Ot.i Outlaw, Feeselee, Pho nix, Fltman, Potter, Put?
nam. R<m d. Bialey, Robbtna, Rockwell. Root, Ro*e. Rum
eey. 8*. ke;t, Sawtelle. Bchenck, 8chermerhorn, Scbool
craft. 8t.epperd,Sitve*itr. Bpaulding, 8prague. Stanly. F.
i SkaalllB, Steteou. Taylor,Tburmaa, Tootub*. T ick. I n
SfSr ...I1/*'"- vwaSi Waiden, Waldo, Wentworth,
w hite. aad Wright? 10S.
N*i.-Mc**ra AlbenaoB, AUn, A*he, A.ereu, Bar,
Bowdoo. Kowthi, Boyd, Breck, Brtabin, Burt, E C
Cal*ll. Ueorge A. CaldweiL Joeeph P. C aid well,
(artler. t arke, Daniel, Danner, Dimmick. Disney
Doty. Dunham, Edmuudson. Ewmg, Keatheraton, Fitch
Ful.er Uerry, (lidding*. Oorman, llall, Hamilton,' Maral
aan. Harlan, laham O Harr.a, ea i.Ekoa W. Harn?, Tbo*
L Harri?, llolladav. Howard, Inge, Joseph W. Jaekaon
Andrew J ot. neon, J eine? A. John?..u, Robert W. Jobnaoni
Jone* J ..i?o. Kaufinau, La Si>re, Lei'.er, I. tllehrld Job
Mann. M.i*i...i, Maaon, MrCieraarid. McDowell, McOau
BSL ?' Robert M McLane, F V. U Lane. Mc
inw N. aie, Miilaon Morn*. Maria Old*. Orr. Parker.
I eck. Penn. Pbelpe, FoweU, Richardson, Rosinaon. Rot*.
?*,**c S?<ddoo. Sweeter, Tbo ma*. Jacob Tuorapson,
John B Thonipeon, Wallace, Watkina. Wellborn and
loung?SV.
The question recurring on ordering the bill u?
be engrossed and read a third time, it was put
and carried in the affirmative.
The bill having been eitfToracd, it was read the
third time.
And the question now beina;, Shall the bill pass i
Mr. Pottir moved the previous question
wktch was seconded, and the main question was
ordered
Mr. Pmei rs called for the veaa and nays on the
passage of tbe bill | and they were ordered
The question was taken and carried in the af?
firmativ e-Yeaa 130, Nays 75?as follows i
YSAs-Meeer*. Alexander, Alien, Andrew*. Aabmun.
Hennei: Bitghem, BoAee, Booth, Bowlin. Breek. Brtgga.
Bti.btn. BraoMBaal. Burrow*. Butler, Joseph (able. Cal
?ln. Can phej. Ceeey. Chaaaier. Clarke. Cleveland, Cole,
gaWlg^Pi<"?"el Daaner, Deberry, Dickey. Dim
ttlck, Doty Duncan. Durkee, Alexander Evens, Nathan
>_van*. hKt Fowier, Fraedvay, Oewr (?iddinga. (Weert,
OUssore Ooodeoow. OesjL oomd. Orinneii. ^fa!loway.
Haaamord. Hampton Uarran, Hay. Harmood, Henry. Hil
iWd. Holme*. Howard. Howe. Hunter.WmtamT Jaekaon.
i^.T^.KrnljM??.P..K,W* * King. Prviton King
eAeJ^.f*^a*H??^v"^ Me>
a*?ll.Meiteeon,McDonald, McDowell, McOaurbav MrKle
?ortjMrLanaaaD. Roben M McLane, PiSf^"^
B!S? Jt*n K MUier, D F Niilw. More. Moraaetj'
asorrta, Morn?on, Mortoe. Nelaon, i igte, oida < >u* i?_'
lee Fe,k. PbomV plu..n. Potter * Petaeet taai R?T
8?M?JsV Robbte*. R,ckwall. koot, H^Tlsa?
stt^eeaer ^tit' t^kaa^arW RealSleralV
Sprague, Stanley, Frederick t. Staa
%m\ Steteoo. Taylor. James Thorn pat
Thomaeen, tlsarsaaa. Vurk.
( D<1ert>i::. V?n Dyk?. Vintor, WaMo. Wentworth, While.
Wawileaiy, WPntot. wnght,SSM Yoeng?130.
S'lvs-Mrtt'i a j.. r;? i'. Alston, Ashe, Averwtt, Bev.
Fsvly, B?ale, Boroch. Rowdon, Bowie Boyd, William J.
Piowi), Burt, K C CaHell, Georre A Celdw ell, Joseph P.
(aldwell. Carller, ('ins man, Williamson R W CobS.
Colrorh, Daniel. Disuey, Duer, Dunham, Kdmundsoo. Ew
lug, Keaiher-uwe. Fui'er. Oentrv, () irman, IIsa>l. Ilanillton.
ilaralsoo. IshsiiiG Harris. Bampaon W. Harri?. T L. Her
i a. HoatflsrKl. Holladsv. Ilouslon. Inge, Joseph W Is/ It?
s' a lones. Kaufnisn, MrClernand, McMullen, McQueen.
McWIIHe, Mesdr. Miis<>n. Morse. Orr. Outlaw. Parker,
Pal i . Phel|>s. Powell. Richardson. Robinson Ross. S?v.
sge. Si dd-n R'i hsol H Stanion, Sweetser, Th >mas. Ja?
cob Thompson. John It Thompson. Toombs, V'euable,
Ws?sce VVatkina. Well.orn. and Williams? 75.
Mr }'o i i?R moveil to reconsider the vote by
?hieb the hill was passed, and to lay that motion
on the table : which latter motion was agreed to.
go tke bill was passed i and,
On motion by Mr. Vim on, the title of the bill
wss sm nded by adding thereto the worda " and
to provide for the coinRge of three cent pieces.''
The Dinner to Ex>tioveraor Young.
The dinner given to Hon Johh Yotrno, which
was noticed in The Tribune of Friday last, came
off on Saturday night, at the Irving House. The
company assembled about half-past five, in the
large dining saloon of the Irving House. There
were three tables extending the length of the
Hall, and bountifully supplied with vianda, got up
in Howard's uauti admirable style. The bill of
fare was fully up to the mark of a $5 dinner.
About 130 persons sat down. (A friend of ours
counted 127, of whom 46 were Custom House
officers ) The following were the officers:
Davio Graham, Es President.
Dr. James R Wood, 1
Marshall O Roberts, I
John H. Buuorvrorlh, i Vlce-PraaidenU.
8c mund Gm' n,
J. H. Hobart Haws, I
On the right of the President aat ex-Governor
Young, Judge Paine, Member of the Commission
for Mexican Claims, and Hon. 0. B. Hall of Bing
hamton. Mayor Kingaland and John 0. Sargent,
Esq, were also present. Mr. Roberts presided at
the table on the right, and Dr. Wood at that on
the left. In front of the President waa placed a
large sugar edifice, described on the bill of fare
as " Castle Garden ,as it appeared on the occasion
of the Great Union Meeting. ' When the cloth
was removed, this was carried down the hall,
amid much clapping of hands. Dod worth s Band
had been engaged for the occasion, and enlivened
the solemnity of the scene. During the dinner,
the good old tune of " Here's to you, Harry Clay !'
was suddenly struck up, when the whole company
sp/ang to their feet, and gave three tremendous
cheers, interspersed with yells of enthusiasm.
The cloth being removed, Mr. Graham roae, and
was received with three cheers.
I rise, said he, to perform oueot the most agree,
able duties which ever devolved upon me ia the
course of my political experience. [Applause.] I
can only regret that the physical prostration
under which I labor renders it necessary fjr me
to draw largely on your indulgence. We are as?
sembled here to do honor to one who has long
been identified with the principles which we pro
fesr, and, in times past, has rendered himself
dear to the Whig party, for the fidelity with
which he has executed the trust reposed in him.
I Three cheers, j We are assembled here, not to
bow the knee to power, but to remember, in the
gratitude ot our hearts, one dear to us as a
brother, and dear as a neighbor and fellow citizen.
[Yells.] It is fitting to recur to the circumstances
whioh nave called ua together, and to recount the
merits of the man we have met to honor. [Mr.
Young here leaned forward, resting his head upon
his hand, evidently affected ] You all remember
the triumph of 1840?the buoyancy with which
the Whig heart, not only of New York, but of
the whole country, then beat. You remember,
too, the chsnge which turned that rejoicing into
the cup of bitterness and of sorrow. Yet, amid
that defeat, we cannot forget the eminent services
of the Twenty-seventh Congress. In that body
the rotate of New York was represented by some
of her ablest and most eminent sons. The dis
tinguished gentlemen and guest on this occasion,
was one of the most prominent and distinguished.
[Cheers I The events which followed the death
of Harrison are fresh in our recollection. In the
course of time the Whig party again rallied. In
1844, under its great leader, the tried aud gallant
champion of its principles, Henry Clay, [three
cheers were here given after which, the
rampsby rosa in ontlmaiaaiu. waving thair
napkins, and gave nine cheers more,) it took the
field with renewed courage. It is a source of bit?
ter recollection to the Whigs of the Kmpire State,
that it was the fsltering of the Whigs of that
State which lost our cause. Under this state of
things it is our duty to turn our eyes to our guest,
who stepped forward in the Legislature of our
State, and again raised aloft the Whig banner ?
[Cheers.] In lnts, after those disasters, Mr.
Young, at the head of a small minority, planted
himself at the head of the principles of the Whig
party, and proclaimed a prophecy of their suc?
cess. He dared to march againat the victorous
enemy and float again the flag so recently de?
feated. As the recognized leader of the Whig
mil ority and of the sentiments of the great mass
of the people of the State, he presented to that
Legislature the project of a Convention for the
revision of the Constitution. He had seen that
the concentration of power lay in the hands of the
few at Albany, and could only be broken by giv?
ing that power to the people at large. The result
was, that before the close of the session he was
enabled to induce the Legislature to call that
Convention by which the present Constitution
wss adopted. Tbe?man who can justly claim to
he the author of the resolution by which this was
effected, is the greatest benefactor the people of
New-York ever had. [Cheers.) We have the
authority of History?of the political historian of
New York, Mr. Hammond, that to our f riend the
people of this State are indebted for this great
and glorious consummation. When I see him the
object of denunciation in certain quarters, I al?
most blush to be a Whig, when Whigs treat with
ingratitude the man who has rendered us services
like these. [Applause and sensation among the
Custom House officials.] At the very next can?
vass, when he was designated by the Whig par?
ty as its Gubernatorial candidate, there was not
found in our borders the first Whig who said that
John Young should not be intrusted with the Gov?
ernor's office. Though his opponent was deemed
invincible, our fnend was chosen by a triumphant
msjority.
Mr. Graham then commenced a review of Mr.
toung's actions as Governor, declaring that he
has always asserted Whig principles to the ut?
most extent in his Messages. He sever tailed to
assert, continued the speaker, one doctrine pecu?
liarly belonging to the Whig party. It is a favor?
ite doctrine of our party that come what may, the
supremacy of the Constitution and the laws of our
land,must be maintained. 1 will read an extract
from the message of Gov. Young, to show that he
has been maligned and traduced on this subject,
bv those who would malign and traduce you.
I Here Mr. Graham read an extract from Mr.
Young s Message in relation to obeying the Con?
stitution and lawa. He followed with a second
extract, advocating the necessity of supporting
the Mexican War. The latter was received with
faint applause J Aud yet, my Whig brethren,
said Mr. Graham, will you believe it when I say
that within the borders of our own State are mea
calling themselves Whigs, who denounce Gov.
Young for such sentiments as these. He at length
retireojfroni public duties into the bosom ot private
life. But in a short time he was called oy the
General Government to fulfil the duties of an of?
fice full of responsibility. Because he has not felt
at liberty, when his country called, to refrain from
expressing his opinions as a free American citi?
zen, be has met with denunciations in certain
quarters, which profess to be Whi^ quarters. He
bas ever believed the Whig party is a great, glo?
rious Nstioual party, j Cheers] There are, un?
fortunately, among us, men who do not y et be?
lieve in this broad and comprehensive principle?
who woald engraft on our standard the narrow is?
sue of sectional policy. There are none here, and
few within the limits of our City, who are willing
that such an issue should be brought mto the great
Whig party of our country. Because John Young
has been unwilling to bow the knee to Baal, he
has been made the subject of reproach and de?
nunciation, and '.herefore we are here to night, to
let him know that he ahall have our respect and
oar encouragement. . Cheers, yells sod cries of
of " he shall!")
Mr. Young then arose, and was greeted with
cheers and a flourish of napkins. The band play
ed "Hail to the Chief!" and Mr. Graham, taking
the Kx Governor by the hand, aJdresse^ hiss ia
a solemn and impressive manner, ss follows.
" To \ou, sir, ss the exponent of Whig principles
and the champion of the Whig party, I bid a cor?
dial, a grateful and sincere welcome, to the heart
and homes of the Empire City ' This was greet?
ed with renewed noise.
An interval of ten minutes intervened, during
which the icecreams were broaght on, and cigars
liberally furniabed to the treats, at the rate of
three for a shilling. 8ome who had come unpre?
pared with "change" for this emergency, were
obliged to forego the indulgence during the long
speech which followed. At lentrth Ex Governor
V ?'?>.. arose, and after three cheers had subsided'
thus addressed the company
I beg yon to be assured, gentlemen, that I fully
appreciate the position I occupy, and the honor
you have attempted to confer, and if I should be
wanting in set phrase, you must supply it. I
know, as yet, from association, but little of New
York, but know that there ia intelligence enough
her?, to melt unfounded prejudice and objection.
I came with the full consciousness that I had pre?
judices to overcome : I am here with the full
conviction that the object has been attained. In
your letter to me, you have given me license to
recur to some events in the politics of this State.
It has already been said that with the beginning
of the Legislature of 1-43 we had come out of the
struggle in which we were defeated. The leader
in that struggle was fully estimated?if. indeed,
Harry Clsy could be fully estimated. [Cheers.]
The cause which produced our defeat would not
be intereating now. It was said at the time
that traitors lurked in our camp. I will not speak
of that now. On other occasions, in view of the
character of that great leader, I would refrain
from entertaining auch auspicioDs.
The Whig party of our State came to the Legis?
lature in 1"4,">, with but 44 members in the House
and 14 in the Senate- But they were men who
went there to fight a battle. Every circum?
stance of that time is familiar to me now. I be?
lieve then, as now, that Whig doctrine was true
I epublican doctrine. Ur less there could be some
change in the organization of the party, it was
idle torus to struggle against the power which
then existed. When I introduced a bill tor the
revision of the Constitution, it was said, as now,
that my object was to break up the Whig party.
It waa said, the people have not petitioned for a
change. Bills were introduced for a Convention,
on the assumption that the Judiciary absolutely
demanded revision. Gov. Young then described
at full length the proceedings of the Legislature
on the 2d of April* l-4.r>, when his bill for the re
vision of the Constitution was passed. On that
day he was in the Supreme Court, when he re?
ceived a note from a distinguished member from
Ontario, saying that the time had come. At II
o'clock the Speaker announced the special order
of the day. He (Mr. Y.i had not yet spoken, but
locked on with care and watchfulness. A motion
came up to postpone the order. The City Native
American members came to the rescue, and the
result was, r>l to IT. He then described very
minutely the anxiety which pervaded the House
when the final vote waa taken, and the sensation on
the floor and in the galleries, when it was decided
by the casting vote of the sneaker. From that
hour, Ibe continued,) the work went en. When
tlx sun went down that day, we saw that prog?
ress had been made. Let me advert to one fea?
ture in this case, as instructive to those who
would hereafter govern. The passage of this hill
defeated Caas, elected Taylor and placed in the
chair of the Chief Magistrate of this country the
best and wisest man that has been there siaos
Waaliightoo. [Here there was a considerable
amount of cheering, hut the company seemed puz?
zled to tell for whom it was meant: whereupon
some one missing his cue, proposed "three cheers
for old Zack !" which were given with enthusi?
asm ] When Gov. Wright,?one of the ablest and
pureat of men,?came to the administration oftho,
State, he adopted the policy of securing both
branches of his party by strengthening each. Pres?
ident I 'oik adopted the same rule, keeping the
balance the same between the two parties. With
courage and determination, if Gov. Wright had
selected one or the other of the great divisions, the
otherfwould have been swallowed up?they would
have defeated the passage of that bill.
I came to Albany with the determination not
to sustain any particular faction, but to advance
the interests of the country. There was no cabal
in the city. The only editor of note in Albany
had left the city tor the session. There was no
or.eto give direction to his paper and publish
sentiments that did not occur (Laughter.) To these
circumstances we are indebted for the result.
Mr. Young next referred to the period of his ad?
ministration. With regard to the letter which he
was charged to have written to Ira Harris, but
which the latter had positively denied. Never, to
the time of my election, (he said) and to the 1st of
January following, did I give any intimation to
any one that the peraons imprisoned ought to bo
pardoned. As to the pardon, I believed and still
believe, that it was fully justified by the circum?
stances. Those Is men who were sentenced in
Columbia County, were certainly punished for
political offenses. A morning paper of yesterday
[the Governor meant The Tribune] alluded to my
association with what is called the Anti Kent ex?
citement- I attach sufficient importance to that
paper to allude to it in a sinele word. When I
came to the Legislature in 18418 the country was
disturbed by what was called manorial difficul?
ties. The subject was presented in the Legisla?
ture everyday. No occasion was ever offered, when
the question arose, that I did not vote to sustain
the laws. There was not a single affirmative vote
recorded during the session, in which my name
appears. At the outset of that excitement I took
a single position, that whatever are the laws they
must ana shall be sustained. Whatever enact?
ments were necessary to protect the rights of
pt rsons and property had my hearty assent- I
know very well you did not understand it?I
know the papers here denounced me. If they
were in fault at all. it was because they talked of
subjects tbey did not understand. One word
more. 1 believe those tenures, if they could be
fairly removed, would improve the counties
where they exist. I believe that proprietorship
ia necessary to the prosperity of a country. Ask
any man moat jealous of private rights, to show
one act of my life where 1 have expresaed the
slightest disregard of the right of acquisition and
property. There were at that time 1,^00,000 acres
of land in New-York beid by durable leases. 1 then
said what I now repeat, that where discontent
exists Government should inquire into its causes
and attempt to remove them.
At times 1 have differed with the people of the
City of New-York on questions of policy. There
wss a time when you thought I differed with you
in regard to that man you most esteem. I have
worshipped at the same shrine. If I had at any?
time an object of devotion, it was the great Com?
moner of Kentucky. [Applause.] If there has
existed in any age a man whom we could take as
s model, that man is Henry Clay [Great apt
plauae.j Yet, I have differed with him. I lef
nothing undone in I#441 to secure his election, but
we were unsuccessful. The time came around
again, but the next time I thought it desira?
ble to support another candidate than Henry
CJay. It was then said that I was trying to break
up the party- I did what I believed would unite
the party. There is no one here who does not be?
lieve that if the Democratic party had nominated
Gen. Taylor, he would have been elected. [Two
cries of "no !' j It was a debateaUe question
whether Gen. Taylor was with as or with our
adversaries. Our plan|was to appropriate him first.
As to his administration, I alway s believed that
be brought to his otiioe honesty of intention?but
I do not wish to say more. [Silence | The his?
torian of Gen. Taylor's life will speak only of the
field. He will linger on Palo Alto and Moaterey,
and he will rest at laat on Buena Vista. Of his
Cabinet, I, du not choose to speak. They have
transpired.
Mr. Y oung then touched upon the present ad?
ministration. Have we ever since the day s of
Washington, said he, had a President whose up?
right judgment and wisdom were better suited
for the place he now occupies ? The selection of
the Cabinet evinces the character of the man.
The whole wide world has pointed to the gentle?
man from Massachuaetts as possessing peculiar
qualiticationa for the State Department. [Mr.
Young went through the Cabinet, glorifying every
member, and particularly Mr. Corwin ] These
sre some of the fruits of the election of '43.
Some of you think we could have done better ,
that migbt have been. If we had been success?
ful, we should have been eminently so For my
part, I doubt it. (Cries of " I don't!" " I do! '
and confusion] The speaker then alluded to
the pfjagraph in his Message relating to the Mex?
ican war: If his object had been to elect Henry
Clay only, he should have taken the sameooarse
He received a letter from Hudson MoFarlane,
the friend of Clay, adviatng him to take exactly
that sourse He defended the war paragraph at
some leaujth. afirmiof that it made ao differs*o?
whether the wer tu right or wrong, we mutt
ait ist the country in prosecuting it. [Here
there wss an interruption at the lower
end of the table, which was put down with aome
persussion., He waa opposed to decrying the
war, because the articles against it were read to
the Mexican armies, for their encouragement. If
he had not sstisfied the company of the correct?
ness of his positions, he had at least satisfied
them of the purity of hia intentiona. He referred
to the present state of affairs?the division of
public nympaihy on the subject of Slavery. The
cause of all this excitement could not he the 600
slaves in the District of Columbia. Oregon is too
far torth to excite jealousy. California is a fore?
gone conclusion | neirro slavery will never sup?
plant peon slavery in New Mexico . and who looks
for the peculiar footprints of the African amid the
almost perpetual snows of Utah I ') The speak?
er then made a swoop on the " Higher Law," and
asked Is there not a higher law than the law of
the country'? (Cries of "no!" "no!" "no!")?
Pardon me, gentlemen, if I differ with you ?
Great aurprise.) As an abstract proposition, the
laws of God are above every thing else, yet in prac?
tical application there is nothing higher than the
Constitution. (Relief)
Mr. Young then went into a long argument,
which we need not repeat, as everybody has
heard it somewhere, to prove that man may hold
property in man. He covered the subject with
a thin, subtle plaster of reasoning, hardly su'.H
cient to cover the sophistries he advanced. He
agreed, however, with Gov. Hunt, in advocating
any "judiciout modification" of the Fugitivi
Slave Bill, which could he made, and took the
Governor to task for not pointing out what the
moditications were, which could he "judiciously
made. He admitted the necessary imperfection
of all law, and ironically advised the Governor to
set about procuring law? which would be abatract
ly perfect. Thte part of the apeech, which was
an adroit specimen of logic, seemed more satis?
factory to the Silver Grays than any thing-else
which he said.
Some newspapers, continued Mr. Young, charge
that my purposes were to disconnect myself from
my present particular associates. I think that
in some instances the motive has been, to in
crease their circulation by publishing facts [the
Governor probably meant at*er/tons'\ which were
false and unfounded. To othera I will not ascribe
malice, but a darker and deeper purpose. I will
appriae them now that tbey are mistaken in their
purpose. My friends may leave me, but so long
as the Whig party maintains its principles, I
shall sustain them. I acknowledge I was op?
posed to the Humiliation of the present Governor.
bit knows why I am opposed to him. He signed
a private paper, the effect of which would be
to clothe the Senator from this State with the ap?
pointing power for this State. His associations 1
did not like. I approved of the secession from
the Syracuse Convention. I could not indorse
the declaration of a Senator who encourages re
sistance to the Constitution?1 was not prepared
for rebellion. Hence I could not support a pro?
position that would admit of no other construe
tion.
Betuming to his favorite theme, Mr. Young ex?
patiated at some length on his admiration of I leu
ry Clay He spoke of his spirit directing the ele
ments and his voice controlling the storm. He
drew an affecting picture of the sorrow which
would occur on Clay's death. It would be long
before the the public mind could recover from the
blow New governments may spring up here
perhaps kingdoms?but Clay would never be
forgottten. The speaker close.1 by BvMaSieal
quotation, comparing Daoici Webster to Mt Atlas
When Mr. Young sat down, after this speech or
two hours' length, the company rose, gave three
cheers, flourished tbeir napkins and left the table
A number of recruits had been drummed up dur?
ing the dinner, and there were probably .00 per?
sons present at the close Some twelve or fifteen
of the right wing of the Whig Party were pre.
sent, and maintained a becoming gravity. The
only disturbances made, were by a Custom House
official and an officer of the First Ward Police.?
No volunteer speeches were made nor toaats
given. The only thing of the kind which we saw
was a volunteer toast, floating around the tables
after this wise i " Bis Thunder?John Young's
oldest and best friend. ' The Vice Presidents,
however, refused Lo offer it. After the speeches
were over, the hall was rapidly cleared, some of
the younger guests, a little warmed with the oc?
casion, singing as they went: "Here's to you,
Harry Clay. _
D>ath ok jtroop Anthony.?Joseph B. Ad.
thony, President .ludge or the Mghth Judicial
Diatrict of Pennsylvania, died at his residence in
Williamsport on the llthinst. We find the fol
lowing brief biographical aketch of Judge A. in
the Lycomini: (faz t/r t
"Joseph B. Anthony was born in the City of
Philadelphia, upon the Ifta day of June, 171*5.
From thence he removed with his parents at an
early Iperiod of hia life to Mercer County, in the
State of New-Jersey, where he received his early
education. While young he journeyed to tho val?
ley of the West Branch, and for a time taught
school .in Milton, .Northumberland County,at which
place he studied law under the instruction ot that
very worthy man, Samuel Hepburn, Egq. Hav?
ing completed the study of the law, he went to
the State of Ohio, and after an absence ot about
one y ear returned to Pennsylvania. In the y ear
1818 he was admitted to the bar of Lycomina;
County, and located hitnselfat Williamsport,where
he continued to reside until his death.
In the year 1888? he was elected by the Demo?
cratic party to the Senate of Pennsylvania, to fill
the varar.cy occasioned by the death of the la?
mented Col Robert M Clure. In the year 1^31,
be was elected to Congress, and two years there?
after was reflected to the same post by an unpre
cedented majority. During the early part of the
Administration of Gov. Porter, the subject of our
notice was appointed Judge of the Nicholson
Court of Pennsylvania, and in March, H4I, was
appointed by the same Governor, President Judge
of the Kighth Judicial District, in place of Judge
Donnel, then deceased, and like his upright pre?
decessor, continued to discharge tho duties of that
i tl.ee faithfully, until the day of his lamented"
death.
Hon. James Pollock of Milton, has been ap?
pointed the successor ol Mr. Anthony .
Virginia and Vermont.?The Senate of Vir?
ginia has passed, unanimously, the House resolu.
tion returning the Vermont resolutions.
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BMAl ii Antwerp. D?c Bt, 0 J Chaff*, P.llabury, R Tork.
Arr at Al.cante, De. 18. N S I* Ite-.ma, Mandiaddua, Nswfuiod
l?nd.
Arr at Bordeaui, D?c 10. Alfrad Etall, Wa?hburn, R Orleena,BBS.
Abbot Lord. Roark.do. 9ld ;iat, Ariatide Marl, Leer ure, Cahfor
roa; iid. Mal'ina Cetard, Cbatelam, do; Au.;u?ta, Slater, N Tork;
.Mth. Abbot Lord. Bnii?k, Itnit UtVini, SMk, Artbamiaa, Lamuiaa,
and f.baria. Harilett.San Franrwcoi Slat, Scotland. Parry, H Tork.
L.|gf'to, Paul Emile, Hrrit,S?r. Krtnruro
Sla f,c.o Balfaat, Dec in, Urrent, Pollock, R Tork; 31?t, William
Piernr Arne? R Oileani.
Arr at Bristol Dec i7, lloruwia,irbe.?; J? k, P-arl, Carl, N-w
loundland; Pagei,t, Lamplnugb, R*wBrun*w?k; Co*mo, Outar
bridge. Rew York
Met, pre* to Dec ??Cid BeSSB Lord.Curtu, ROrlean*.
At Calcutta Nor 18, Concord,*. Auatm, Boston
Cowe?, J** j_ Put in through contrary wmd, bark Gu'nir*, Lucas,
two days from Havre, for San Fratriaco.
At Dundee Lie. Et, Andromeda, Peat, t/*eb*c.
Dubli n. Dai a"*?Arr Shaw, Hawitt, iguetex 9ki i8tb, Virg raa,
Burg..?. ROrleana
Arr ..If Dorer. no d.u, Seraph, (rnm Ouebe.'.
At ..raraaend, l*m. .1. Caeeaa. aaaa.tr**!) Paaw**.
Wu?b?r. ?~we,
Liv?rp. tl. Dec tf-Th? r?w Ha*ip?bir*. Ciaaa, from R*w Fork, 1
?t thi* port, with part if cargo throw* ,.**rboard.
BasaeaUe, D* ?7? Put.n, ar g W,lu*rior. e, Lorain oi Eaetar, S3
?la). Irom Rew Yo k for Hull. ha? ng en?'>uit*r*?d v*ry baa'/
? raw -r [wktd li?n SW. round by W ti rw, eepacia'ly oa Rov si,
when '.hedaika war* ???pt oi'to it*, bulwarki, .p?r? o*r>, hand
toit**, A., w th I. to 11' ieu*j i -*w an a and duMbwd. Ac; w U bar*
to repair before ih* pre. red? for her de*t.o*tiua.
Arr at Bremen.svee, Dae 83, Anna, Ka*. har. Ball mor*; l'Ml>,
Ixi' >? ana. Batjrr, ROrlaan*.
ArratCadn. Dr. IS, Bah*ar, Colom, ROrlean?, and aid I Tt. tor
Bar, el. na. ITth. Trat tot., 9-iow, ROrlaau?. Sid I8th, Sophia M. Kea?
ne, M. Kami*, RGrlaana; Orai.aJa, BaU.l.elJ?r, do; JI??, Baca lau,
Sutherland, St John*. PF.
A ratRorhele, Dei sb, A eitndre, Cadrer. RYork
SIJ fu.Srily, Da* SI. B.iadi.ea. I^evitt. St John, RB.
ArratS ndar aad, Da IT.n?eri?ttaInpBla, llatt?. i ir -
Arr at Shieid? D>< St. Aaaltr.Shliaa*, Qeeees
Arr at Tt' I* Bay (COH:. O. t II, Patman. Daa?aL Pro. **a*a
Arr at Wa'?rf >r t. Da IS, Harmony, Davia, St John, RB.
Br TelewTnph,
PKOVIDER(E. Jai 18, PM-Arr ach Tante, Rorfolk; eld brig
Wik). B w alksr. Matama, - J bark* Providanca, Apalachico!?; Tri
ton, do ?<!i. Eh'.a eta and York R ?er, V a
Jan Vi - A>r " h Alnert Tlio-oa?. Ranf*"iot. V*; ?id arh J >?*ph A
Turnar. Baitera. V\ u, H Bot m, RYork; Faahion, do. Wind at
night SW.
BOSfOR, Jaa I'. <> Y M-Ro arr:v*lalait ?-*u.ng. CM.birk? 1*4
U-* Story and l.uw?||, Bait, arh K'lan, Hfork. Siaday?Below, aeb
Je.tamiue.8my ra*.
FA I L PlMJR.JanlS-Arrahr WorraaUr, rronJenc*, to load
for Sa'araih ; i eop Tb> . W 1 oro. N*w-Tork. SM, a lur V./gmia,
Fhiladr j v a
DIGHTnR, Jan 81?Arr ?< bra Rcaciut, Rew fork for lauaton;
Charte? ,io lor .la
NEWPORT, Jan 1 >?Ski leaterday. .cb Hamlet, Ph la lelphie;
Liberty, fm Wareham, for Raw York; Praa.der.t. fm do for do. Hw j
Mae***, 'm Bovton tor Ror olk; Mary I !i-ab?th,fm do for RYork,
Proapart, Im Ja.-k'on1 II* lor Be* en; aad all ?*?**!? praaio'iilv re
ported V> U..1 SW. _
I From our < ? udent) ,
rHII ADELPBIA, Jan il-A^md-Scm John PoA.Johaaoa S
da Im Jama? R r?r
f leared-hut Uir.ka, Wah'gren. CharUiton; ongi G?n Worth,
Ra.Jcl.it, Prrsambur. i Wave. John*, do; ?? ha Sa'amacr?, Jookar,
Ki, J c e.r., riaForl W?lth?il. Jan*C Deugbtr, Do- ghty, K camoal;
Lreaburg. Bcoa.CLade?too;Silaj E H*ad. Aaiarly, Cienfieg-.*) Da?
vid Smith Sm ta, Cl.arleatou, Oral, o, Adaxi, Portland, Jcku Polk,
Johntea, ?*w York; Rough at.d Ready, M . b eer, Eaitport; W M i
Baird.Stukba, N.w York; Oatelle, Soow, Wilmington, RC, barge (
Ell.Tbona*. li*.tnuor*i iteaoiari Keoaaber, Seymour, Rew York,
I i ore.
? F\N FORT. Jan 17?Arrihip SL?lt*r,-, fm Bath for R Tork,
and tailed, wha Hamlet,Sberman, im Pro.^lenca, for Philadelphia;
Linen;, Inter, tm Warebam for Rew Tora; Prudent, Howard, fa
do lor do; Proepect King, fm JackemvoTe for Boat on; Sd ward Stan?
ley B?rr*ogh*.fm Boetoa for Raw York. Mary BSesAaBB, Smith, fm
d*for do; Ya..: ? Brightma?, fm B*itimor*for Fall River; aloote G?
t*il*.Bur**r?oa,fm Br-.itel (or New Turk; E*?*i, Br^gi, fm Fell
Re tr 'or do
DlaaBtere? cVc.
Cspt J*a,e*on, of tbe ship Harmoay, from Sa-annan, oo to* pae
saga to St John. HB, raporu, that on Dec 3J. mulm lying ton. a gale
ol wind from sW.Cep* Hattert* bearing SW. 8? mihi?, drifted peat
th* wreck of ? ?****l apparently about Iftv Use, copper bottersad
and painted black, with a white 'treat, aid h*? og tiers dent* ted
boat; roast* and bbwipril goa* b) tb* board Sew ft* He*n oa *e*k
waiting for aa? ?U- e. but the v.ulaacaof ti* wj>d and b gh tea pre
c'aded the pr**.b,'ty of *a*istmc them *>a tU* SStb, th* gal* having
abated, mad* tail >a aearrh ol the wreck, betet * Pal it again Mew *
vmleatgsl*. ?nd coul* tee notffng of has. Capt J think* aha untt
Uv* ft,.nr*r*d on th* night of tb* Od, a* the HS od thiftedaoRW,
with a heavy cro*? *??.
SairSaaaaMu.Lavaa.from L.v*rpoU .'*r St John, Hi; sate a gee
?ralcargo w, ,rh put inti Blalstirne, haviog itruck oa th* Bratil
Rock on the I Ith uh hae bean found, after the rarro waa ruKhargad,
to be kw* damaged that, wt* anUr ptUe? and the cargo Would Uerre
fore be ahtpped, ?cd ib* ?oald prucwd SB u*r voyig*. after anlar
^Bwa Moea*oj,1|,oi Deer lale, lioyay. item Pbir*d*laAa for Mc* la,
?nrucg * leak oa th* lith and aucA Uth mat, So mile* w.th of Cap*
H?i,lop*o,i..ppo?*d from damag* by being Www! Ikrouga the ice?
Inaured at Tboenaato* for Si.ttiG. Craw take* off by ach Palo AB?,
? ad arr.vtd at Boa ton oo Tbuwdag Th* M it undoubtedly Ute aama
veaaai *een oa the l'tb, w th xiwapct out I I water, aad no ?per*
Ba.? 0a<o, Daggett, beoca .'or Califoraa, pat into fcketetiaeo He*
It, .a lucb a laaky rUU, caceal ay ?*?*r* waathar, aak.be uawo/teji
th* aacewary repaira, (U-weoJS tr* told for the beetil of thee* eeav
T*rn*d
Sa.r J?.oa Pinn-Auo-t 40 more keJeaol revnai f th* cargo of
ship Jacob Parkte*, nare bee* ta'td and takaa to Chatham by th*
pnrcha*era of th* wraeked (tuff It * tkoegat * good iewl nter* win
be recovareS
Sair Oaairia, fanra Raw Orlaana to Baatoe. wa? got oa* ?hor* aear
P?ak*d Hille, u* Tkuraday, aad tewed to Provmcwtowa when ehe
bud t*l* at l nab or ua Friday morning. Tbe .lit ?? but Uli* etraeed
aad baa not a. Ig ad a* waa reported. Oa* pump wJi keep bar free, at
bbougb ahahaeakeat So tun* ?tooe balkut mibe bold, and \tt no
?rr ptj coat* ia bet.
Bat? out, Harding, tt Monier*)?*. u*nc* lor Sea Praerace, aSMr
touckwag tt Ru> Jaae.io, bad ,weeded oo aer voyage to toe let of S3
10 i. loa 7* W. and having met with much teaeeataoua weather re .
tr.tt vicinty spring aleak, making at on* Urne 3.0U0 vtroke* par boar;
'aktch aaadetbe laewtaace of tb* peeeengen neraeaary to keep a*>
arlaet. The 'aeael a mich ttfucad m her upper work*?part of B
carg* ha* keee taken oat, that in* may ba utuAad, Ac. 9b* was M '
be raedi for Ma by the lath B*v
Sc* BJ.t.w.ta. at R?w Loodoo from J*ck*otrrrie, i*w (in A.
grrenj* number of hard fma 14oar* tuaker, a*d t v**aeJ'i**ck bo< ??
tdrift.
StaCvac? Ctaaaiaiaia-Tb* cargo of ach Cyn;? Ch*mb*rl*.- . -
Boeton tor BTork. a ea board imall vaeeaU at Chat**?, wuting to
put it oa board th? ach, whah baa not yat anawiad repair* at Edge/
town. Tb* cargo w*? not kadly Umegad, *(cept about l.rcw? ,***
ktalher which war* wnt
Sc* Eula Fi*?, at Cardeau fra lUbaaond. ?at deck load
9 r Daattr. F*a*cH, at Malan:a* Irom RorM.kMt d <cA, gaJJar. |
i'cVj W D.na-Srk SonUtereer *t awvaasah fa atoetae, mm f t
Tth .ait. 1*134 J6,loa 77 10. p?aaad the wreck of ?ch J W De?r.,eu*v
... , ? w ?. gto? pmcmmU.am mmmU $mmmt
th. dark, htagiag by tk* nggieg. and her graika akr,; her ?:?a|erta
o-t ol th*V*Uf. ?*w aar Tim?, bat ec iM o?4 **-. w aar* BBS ttkktd
Brest.
taa*vr*l / andaappoaad from Caarloitr u,ws, PEI, for ? Teak,
with ace- A oat* aid kdurtey. tttmt a/jn m a thirt teow ?'-*ra.
at GataarV ? Beach, en the ?Ah km and ka* aar* leteoaa* a tetai
aracfc Vetaa- ??* rcaaga edeartajad V*a.'?
To Marinem.
Tl. CasBoey. tili??? m tVtyrt Ledre Be* Vomtmm. he???
beei rammt a?ey kr rl<MOnf er*, has km rwpeacew wet*. ? T)ii
Ruit? ? Will ?llWUMMli UM Kl Ol Apfll Mit, WS-, i?.
Cu du? w II b? rrtx.r?4 te ete pkkee
Cnllleyrnltt Vc-r-le Npejkrsj, ?V?.
IVrW.lMItMiM? SO.shapSss MymsA.heeycw fo? Sea Free
Mt
Not'84. ????? Im M SS hart |M, ?I >ta NuVo, kMti
^'."V ^Z?""*?' ???"?*???? ?? ?so?., dn?
? ei ed to M reported
;-ih inet, et ? PH pMMl ? . upper eh p *) ? lee IW fro* N wi
Ii Ol, ander f top-a L ao* mtiM. .eppotwd kw to ha Um BVIbm
H. i rti?, met fur ata Pii?f?r?, w,od at Um Um? j w
MpokPB, Ar.
U. lat 1*3 ? loa 3? M. an bei (loornu* Am?, fra lil?n
lorCharleatoe
D*< ?. ?t * 10 tea 11 ?. passed hart showiof red sad r?8ow erwei
w-th a red dam?od a Uta carter
?>?(. tat as v loo 14 US. pseeed hart Wm WaDac? mt laut,
hesud tut '
Jaa u. lat * lo ? loaf TS Ok) W. tchr BaHhw, ftoaa Maar Tort (ar
Danen.
**? l?tBO m\ toaf 4* ?i, wat reara hart B CtarchtlL Im. U?m
aa trr Boetoa.
H*J?V?r't*t ^ *? "?*? Chesspsak*. frost Uraan aar
52 l"1 t'JV I?" ,r J?*-?r*.M f" Ssspvss *? *?***??
id H,m T rk BK. ???> atoaana, Aethoayf Dal Mem*
Jaa I i', lat ?l, loa TO, hru; Harten? tm Pern, oi aad tot lalaaa
Dec IS, hat at 30, loa 40. a-hr Byte*. ????-r. froaa Boetoa rar
Kit er Plate -
Jen l.l.tet3Ai?.loa7r, U, sehr H H <-rar-ib.!. set Careiwel| Iraaa
Baltimore for Saeaaaah. ?
Jan a. tat *J JJ toasT *). kr? Laer ?Ja, Iran Wiecaseot loa Haraaav
- daoet.
B
WhaJora.
Art at New Bedford ITth sVt Pran.ee Heanetta. CV>sr> Harra
I eaa, Heaorara Aagtft. ?ilh full cargo, 100 bau ea'rrw tm
? bol.aad 1* tkei rhe koee.
Ale? arr ernp Soa'h Carol,aa. Corer Ind a? Ocean St Helea? Na?
l.aubl 0 bole aa MBS do arh ort. aad ?ui Am kvee
A latter from Capt Alray, of bark Ha? eat of N Bedford, rep area
rar at PloreaOvt ,7. all ??II, >waa. Spoka. Bo data, lat 14 SI N, loa
a" 14, (hip Draaio, Stan-, laLoodoa, 10 dtye oat, afl ?**}.
KorriBa Fart*.
At Faaama ITU urt,ahip I'bao I, Cartaj, from San Praaciaro. tt A*
for Callao. all ready
At Pmrrambaro nth art, brif Naptuoe, Baa Turd, for 'iiUib kaAj
Am? ? ? 11 port -
at at Ttoanee joib ah awrb r> 8ra.>aae. ?*??.>??>?> fmr
l.onilalai l Uakaaaa, prohahlr to load for Boaloa
AtSartraWh init, hri*a B-reuda, (ot Naarraatla, Sfa)Stotaoo.kaaca,
1"- A- Suoi. Porta fm aad for Portkaad. Wf.
At Cardeaa* Mb mat, kr? Marfnieaa Wiaafear, for Boatoa, Mj
Air at Hahiai 7Ui laat, ache Ba A?aot, Duaoar. BaaAoa lOaav,
?deaaa BT.irria.Na? T.'rk CM Ilk, acba Mara. Kallr, New Teraa
"h, Dutch ahip Anna, Koiaer. BaU'ia. ' Thia aaaeel ?aa wreckei
aoa rooatba norm wmmm oa th* waj to Boetoa )
Arr at St J.ihn. NB. IIth mat, brige Kaergv, Boocba, Hear TMBa
r l<rim, Im Akiaudr.a, ba Challerua, Baatport, HeraM, Aadraart,
do, 14th, ahj> William Careoa. raurha. Saaaaaah.
SM from Cape To?a,COB. Nor Ii. ah p Wa.hirvjtoa Al'aloa, tLcm
?tor.; lor Mau'rcaia aaa Calcutta. 6r\i Putaam, Daa
i?l, (from Pr.aideoreiZana.aar
AtCad i I Sth uh.abip Ba kahira. Sanilh.for Boatoa, fa* dap*.
At Haara Hat ult, ahip OreaoVAh, ?oirht. for Boatoa, le? dar*.
T, u< bad at Pernaaibaro 11th ult, bark Ocaioua, Oraaa, fat Bueaoa
A?r?a. mi aid nett dar W>r Boatoa.
Sa.aad irora Mtracaibo, akoot SBS oK.ach Charles Apptatoa, OaSk
lar Boetoa.
AtAltroaRar hr? Bon,to, Ham Libraott, Im Waahiaftoa, NC,
f or Haur t.os, iVa
No Am .e.?ei at Rureo. Rauda Onantal, Dec I.
v I i Janeiro No?*t,ahip? Joho N Cuepar, Plitosr, Philadarphel
fi r California. rep?, Thoioae Watooa, Lyka, Cahfonua for PStUSaa
phia, Idj, li?rk? kei,?ir|tton. Baiter, ftn N?? Tort for Past rut Mf>
1> S Uooaall, McO l?ery, Searrpert.ua,-; Kioaatoa, Pair.rk, Ira Haha?,
' aa. Is kasd mt BaJUroora ia a week; brura Angola. Suctaar, fsoss
B>?tea lor Caliloraia, rep(; Eaaoy, Hnoart, So do do, California,
n . fm Boatoa. d.ac, Carnhae, McCh ton, 'rem R-.i Oraade,
uti., and Sleplian Toaa(,Oray, Im Baaia, aac, ataaiari Na? fssB,
Aardl fra NTork. van Prnsitiaan, Bar fahkllsit. rape;, tod la*.of as
oal; Coh rahla, rottsn, froni do for do So.
notncatlr i'ortsj.
ALKXANDRIA, Jaa I'i CM arh Parnasro. Pannneka. Ma* fajsfc.
Jss IT?An Br br? Conuinar ?, Card, W Ueoi, NS. Da?i4 Cartar,
CrKwIsy. tv? hm, too.NC.
BALTIMORE. Jan T Arr bark St Joesph. Harra* Jr ld?MSSj
? n ?arr.ua1 K Paitar, Neale, K"hflKiBd. CM aruj Mary Sea aar,
P<rker Ptmainbui " a-d ? market, arha Mary Virj.ma, Praak. Alas
aodna. tu , Ellen OoUaborout;!,, Brova, Ckarleat.??; Hume, ? ?Ifraf.
Si., PaMa'ine, \ ? *,, Wi(u.m?ton NC, Sarai Loaiaa. Ne?'<?aA,
B< tto? j Wm Wr^ht. R. (era. Pall R,??r >is New Tort, do; Laar/
A n Ore'i.n NY.-k IM br < Mary Eletsor. Parker, tor Peraeat
I ? arkati arli t . - Miliar. Poace. BK
Jaa I*. AM?CMbarka Roaoohe. Kelly, Ria da Janexroi Cera.
Ina?, ?31 tun?; Hi,?m Hnrtca, NOrUana, brur Coyielta, (Br) Bass, ,
Deansrere: ?< h. Ware. Coraiah, Hamittoo, Bar, Hairy E Kurai,
Parka. Bdenton, BO) Mary Willis. Oulin. H? Inn-ad. Va
BilSToN. Jan 17 Arr bark Coataraah, Du t?v, Mart*, bnga Keats,
Cmim SJataaaaai O ire, McCallorh, or aad fm aUetoortt ?aar Sta>
UotMilia. Lsawavawr. Norfolk Cid ahip South Car ,|ma. Prahle, Nas>
Tirhaoej oaika Si Itana. Wataoo, Sm>ra?, ( Jd clearaoe?, bar as ra>
pairrd) rir.^on, Andrrw Ruanaa Ayrea Johaa Carl, ; Brem) Jti ere.
Trrn.dad, Cub ? hrtics M. LatMs. N?w Or Iraaa, kr?* Van are Saar
di'k. Vers Cnn Cbta Hanry, WiUoa. Tr a darl, Cuba, M -slarsla.
UUbrd,Cardeott; a,ba Gen tVaabiacto*, (Hr) Kalley. Tartnoath.
US. iSalad. Dark, Cr i* e. Or! at. St Juba. SparUuj brut SterUaa; aof
Ji hn, Slerper, Thnmaaton; lad (rum th* Road*, bark Tyriaghaib, hr*>
Camnia
Jaa IS, i o'clock, I'M-Arr bark O. asu Ware, Cutter, Case Tsars,
i H.ir, Lai bold. U.liiai. Souther, Mayo, CbariWrtries'
erhiTP Johoaoa, Orotiar, Plnladerplna; H>laa, M 'Paddaa. Bait.
l?'h bark Spartan,Coek, Boa tor In port, tcha Richard, Rich, for
V rj oia; Wardeme? Att oe for New Tork S, h Aurora, ?hirh has
bs?s sakorr oa Wood End Bar. baa Lean jot eS, probably ? Shoot
much damarra
Arr ISth, kr t 11 oa K Kooi, Smith, of aad ua Predenckakurj.
C lee re* brifa Tirnea HiactkH 8m> roa, Amanda, |Br Barrett, Das*
arara; Meridian, f Br) Kenney, St Thorns* and a inart*t| Pscoaocket,
Brewer, Carji-nas; Tweed, (Br; Shellout, St Johna, N Pi ablas
Praocee. E I a. Nawdlrkani. bark a Sarah L Brvar.t LeoosrS Uap,
San Pram i?o; Hahr in, rnuie.New Oilrant; lacutiia, Allrad Hevea.
Pbi?ad?lp. a, Star. 9rto* Wiera'aet. to load for Cuba; bnja Ana Ma
na.Sroith Cha-lrat. a; R ber?a Noor.an NorloIk, China, Wra Haf
focda Balt.ii.ore Mao. Baker Jr. Philadelphia, a. be Naw Turk, (rood
aril, Na? Tork; B. wd.M, Err.ary, Bangor, fl?o Scott, Laaall. Praak
frrt, Tffe. anoe. karri.w. Be If net; H.bernn. Posy, Bath. SU mm
kiranaon. barka Sultana, Drasen. Johan Carl Ship WitcboraA, at
to* as eteaioer R B Porbea aid laat nicht Alan eailed thiaforaasss)
hark Psaaati, a; brif,a Tune* and Montirello
BOOTHBAT, J*n It - Arr bark Cuba. Sawyer, Portlaad for Cake*
brig Alteton, Y er. r, k rar kfort; acba Atlautn-, Bur(ui, do fur Parts
Rica, Adeline Hamlio, Piercs, do for Havana, Hudaoa, Barry, Saare
port for Cardeaaa.
BP f. PAST, Jan II- kit BfA? Be.uchamp.Mrlntyre, NorfnDl; Tra*
n'ls, Oro>er. Boeton; Peytosa. Oilman, ds. itta, Jsse Out. Cuewanf.
bean, do Sld la'b. ai ba M < h'jao Shuts. Haraua, S A Sarth, Braar,
Boatoa, Cameo, B'ake. do. Trunlli.Ornrer, Pembroke.
BRISTOL. Jan IS?SM ekaop OajSsBs. Ver(iaoa. New Tork.
Jan IS- Air bri( Henry BUrebail. Weet. ProaiSeaoe, te Saaah fcaaS
ms for Har ana, a oopa Tbomaa H .H. Hull, and Anoe. Miller, mm fee
Ne? fork
CHARI E1TOS, Jan 14 Cid ateaaiebip Label, Refiiaa, Hsaaas
%-ie K.y W?i ?hipe Harret tt Jeaeie. I -i aar l.iaerpool; OewaraJ
Parak.1t, at'tteaaa I. eerpoal, bnr Orray Tilt, Cowel , Pni-idaaoa,
Rl;acba J M Ia>k.r. la)lor. New York.i.eo C Oibka. Oieba, Ms*
Ovtssrjs.piiri, r?ao(h, St Marka mm Newport Pis. Westtasaa,
bsrtl SJsriTi'on, Jar-kern l. ,ndin; ac-ha J M Taylor. Taylor, NTortaj
Kdwiu Parrar, Mitchell. Raltimor*.
PALL It IV y It. Ja? IS?SM ***M E?a??, Cuoim.ns?. New Teck.
I4*>?8W ach Cautaaaian, Mayo, lor Norio'k (or Batimors,arcs**
rfl ?11'
iTih-Arr ?. n- Me. baser, Cain, Pb.ladelphia, Wm Rueeall,Oedtrap.
New-Tork Sld ?< h Mar, Nickereon. Rait,mere
Threaker (??t Caate ianrs)tos* aVseSsr ot a?Mp Eaaei, eld mm Uas
UOj for Naw York
PRANK POH I Irrltth i,r < (I-?,-Hi. P -uroy, Cardenas; actat
f .? iit Oihssi New lovkj tmm Dais, S**M,-, Oleedo**/,
Hiktard.Ba'.fr...re
PRaNKPORT - Arr .40,. Rremeu br.j I^eru.na.Oeerkea,
El.raletii rVmroy.Cerder.av ?< ha fil?M, war Rettirao
le , Daw. Swr-f. Naw York, Kanhawa i.dinan do. MarySeeaey, Saw
*r4y. I.I' . arr.rb? I'riV a, Harr man. Boston; Iowa, DaaJuas, ss
SJI ca R. ai i?. M'Cr.'lis, Ha'aaa; OfrBSVS Hiada, Jamaica.
OLOfJCESTP.R Jan '-.-Arr brie; ol,ve, M< Colter, (m Baatoortfor
Boatoa, *> h Oariaad. Mi ls'irs, Bsltnaore.
Jaa IT- Arr-.'h?,Ro*o ike,3Biith, from Es tport for New Tort,
Sea,fra Newbnrvport i r Sew Bedford; !?
i ?r ?l. B-r to Wi.' lor Retire; HyU., ?rfaddea, fm Hath (?*
do La< f, tut KeiinebuLk far Boetoa.
HOI Ins s HOLE Jan 1?. PM- Arr arh fmpire. Hardy, LeAwS
for New J. rk and aid IrMli. ISIh-Arr (ad ssited, bnf Protect*?*,
Hi I. New York lor Cela a. irth-No arnral, aaa) no ?eres! SJ sort sl
II AM
iSI.ESHOtO, J,n I I In port, scb SomsmlU, Dodre, St Jeha,
NB. for Horton.
MOB1I P, Jan Cid Br ship Born'.,) , f sliert. Ijrerp-w* beets
OeoThrn.. P .k Olao', Nnardoo.Ssoford.New Tort, brira Joewah,
?an,. Wak-eg-a. Se.iih <<i Briatoo; John Arfred, Jahe
ass, Attsksi a-. ?? I a Coawea* Oresama.. do, Adrla.de, Bruwa, da|
HearrDsmii do
n?" ei Ist S PM In m fhsr'ee, SnowhsS, Sostss mt
NortVSj. Ir.robab') Chawisa, RsS erderet. Boetoa tor Sa'aneak.iechs
Pdwsrd Burroa?ha. Boeton lor Norfolk; IvnelU. do. for New Vertf
f R Josea H. lmaa, Ma. b aa 'or do fand all talked Sana? th* saftt.)
ITlh.K AM-ln pert bnf P*l? AHo; a? ns Jwao, of Rutland, Karh
mood of Thon u'ob; Sanry Biahop, ZnWrte, Henry, NaeSsaa D?r*a*,
Mary II IB, Kl?ard Stantey; ?V->p RspuWe..
He ?e. ?? - w fr .m Rath <? t N.w York tod the o?lier tea
SSl?, pre' ..del/ reported, wei-t o'lt Isat n.fht, with Um w,ad NK
Arrbr* Pro-f*. t. Kisf. Jicksoi.tille for Boetoa, *ch Taate.tVsaaU
man N' r'olk for Pror.deaca.
NEW l.oNfMiN. Jss IS?Arr prop n?a-a-ir. Oeer, fei New Tort
(br AHys'a Point, ach Mad. weak a Nutter, (at Jerkeoerdle tor New
Hates. Sld al.aip Wssk n?t.*, Pieotae, for New Tora.
Jsi 17-Arrah.p Shelter, new- Larrtt, from Bath for Ss* Tsrki
Jaapav, Nicte-ees. fas
Boatoa far do; S i.so, R i?esll, Im Naotuciet for do| sloops lasse H
, PallR.ter for So; Jena?, Birde?. Im BrMtol
for So. 8 Id erbe Beut Pack, Srn.th, Richmond; Be . HraWB, BTuaard,
^n'iW BEDFORD Jan 1*-Bld acb Cornells, Youae, Rs* Ts?Jl_
Jss n?Arts* pa Praryr-e HenratU. Cloofh, North Pacute Ckcsasaj
SoutL Carolins r.^ey l d,sn Ossa.St Hekms Ns? S
NEW ORLE ANS, Jsn S?Cat sb.p Chas Hill, Lsmoert, L,?
bark Ar- h n.edrt,Men tt. Bi<t,mora.
PROMDENCE.Jtn IS- Arr sloops KJxyf ***
Tcrlj W.ilrtm h Ssbfcrd, Josss, so, M***s .j,
. ' -i?? Tay*)?^ P*i V
\ ?..V^.Orefoa, Suras*, sset lUdawt, Barlsr, N.wJ
''The hr t P*r??/ e. Pals, hat bean up to toad for M.taarae.
Jss I"-- A'r achs t-Lao Chas*.Ckss?. ^fP^^T^L^mVZZ
P- "r-k.D.l.w,r*C.?y;Moaa. Bro?s, H^l, Pb.h>i??s4M* SM act
f.ld.t au- Voo.r, , N*w Tork ? a_. ?
PBlLAIiri.PHIA J... I/r-Arr ^^^"^?^LTlAmm.
y A CM I llStlai W.r^rns, 5??*IortiRM Bre?BJSf, ksuva.
\\ . ti uftcc, Ns!msa,So ruerkati*
Jss 17-Arr tin tm St If Cofts, m J%_jZ\
T o-eaos, P.rt.r, Ns- Tork.Marj PaUsrsoa, BatseaBB,TTtm'mmwm,
A R r/, I>pa- New Tork. sw* Tork. J?**r
P'iRri AND./arltV-Arr tcos *^<J^<EUtmym*** C*s
Jartsoc, Brooksv.ils. ?.th loss ot deck **t e-- atewart. Raa
or at Henry Lee. t, Kinsman, Jr, Ouayesae. rn w??
?a <? _ ra. Nor6?M, Cawtsa,
PWBtTLSND, Jan 1 r-jche Kmm^ ?^*1^tMeV Cm hasf
T.^k do; stsasflsr Cr*t,le, Desnsf. ?
; ' ?fl.Cub? NewTort.treaPeTTT^*^
JSB'--Anarht r>M LiW. kVeeris.^^
ahMfirStmst. CUKvM%tmT^tUm^ ?
U a.'-w.ar Carssnsa, sth ^^"Ss Esrstss. Tr?*a*J>*s, Ksl
P0RT3MOITH NH 'i^t, Crortrt N*? Tork.
(sM| Man . Pru.bew.do; Mar? ^^rrmin, W.llscs. ?Tsrk; A#?.
kl, ki and jjVriiitiBjir-. Uas* mm**. ?*
tymtr t*4 Mary fff^^^UM. NTetk.
Brats, Speal_.asS l"ttZZ*7?mn\ammU>. '
u .,; wistot? Tkorp, 5s* Tsrk.
.i L-U, OtrtJfjV^&Ju,, Nr. Tork vteiasrtstk
r . Baksr. do; stoeroe? ??t^7jr, Wilha. Lrravaayok jW ?*?nJ*>
7 a-.tht.Oa. CM sfcjs*Jf(*^?art Vaeta. Pbaa, a^sStSavheW
JZTmZ, Um. ; k 0 J Jo*w. Loj*^t*Mr
? *nt'*TT??t**m BaaiNetuy M-aw.CsssrtT^fs*
oMNOTON.J- ^J^toSO. _
-,i rl J-i?*" ?rb Un*?' ^ sr>sik?*?*s-?.*?
"'rJ^'cut ba,k Ca^n, Ayrw. Atrtra. krt. W? W^Cs
yt?frtnO?, Jan IS?Arr sch W- R.-**. *-? T*"
fall K t*r. . ? . . katMt. Re* Tort CU Jar*'
Jaa 1J? Art w*h H? ? r e' H.l- k APP^^ Cmtlm< New-Tert
miim\ytrn, ltKUktr'IZ^JZZZ, Phahatarph* W?a?w?*?
Tort.
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