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r-ajsb ? " hpllil .1 t. .. 3 O. Mi/B<n wunW refer the Hat wearing com,!, .i. ? ? ?? win'e.- ? y.< at HeUfor gentlemen. These ha'? are r-uly dark. 5? bngat at the diarm-nd. end WO* a I Kar all Chew ??n ?her ahtne like a good <lard iu a * - * Remember, the Hs'.s of Ml K' ii The Hatr remember Hath por TM HoUOATI?Children's r.y. ?bil? and blatk Be ..er Hau, at the t'aioa Hat Biete, No. te Eulton it .batwoaa CflU am aa! O-dd-tba Jarteet aaeertm?b'?(. ' ? i ID the r. tt, ai.d ebeaper by ?taareeiit. than other at w. K seatb f. It Hataijaat taeiofaet" red a lot. I attft Bat Kelt lists, and told te maaafartare'? prices tn?-r ate npe'iat to any Mat jev offend ib this Cat) Na? i d laW?M B*jfcw ? clJln CtPt^aataetly an ha... M,oofv.t ir,r. felUMUU'l PABU i*a is ?Ju*t re^eiTed t^ag^fctr .??r^!22ij?H&* 1 ALL ARD WlNTBS hats OP Til I host Jijsjjlfjtji-. **l"r 1 ?alt an*. Beay.r Ht' . '. fad Miaaet- Bonne t? a. <dii A:?o a large tt ^rta.ent of Kora. One Price. , .. "Jjft* J. W . K ELI. 10, N 128 Canal tt. " KoRst iH Pboci ion?Sp? iai Notice. ?All fcietue, ietajataita. Ac , arAa k tea n il provided thtmtelvee with Badges ran be supplied a ,tn in etcel leat likene -i, engrave'1 on a ee . fron. ? I) ifierre .type, aad printer! on super eat o. all colors, at ?j per hundred. Ajaeiwdfea with Hoageiiaa CockaAee I hat i tided mytelf with a larite (jum.uty. aud will be ready to <e tcive ordere at 7 udock tint MUM 6 ii. PeCflRTT, No. 51 John at. Aim-RBPBMBBAI (iks. ? lia.lif-s. purchase a pairof CaHTIUI I s Alples 0-o?ere. if yo l wish aome thmg comfortable, e'era-ut.doral.!eaad cheap, for the feet, at the* are, in reality Ihr rally kiad el Qaitere eai table fir the Winter months CtRTBELL'l 1? at ft,, 330 Bowery His eatablithmeiit is eicloarreljr forthe tala of Ladier Boats, Slippete.Tiea. Busk aa, he, and hit prices era very reaaoaable. ty Ladies arc tpBcUlrv invited to in? spect the tuperb addition- iat made by GOM to hit al? ready ansnrpassed asiortmei.t i I Laidiee' Furs. Ever/ fashionable Fur is reit'e s-i,ie<l ia his ttocb | and ?ich V ic tonees, Muff* and Capes oaaaot I? fooud elsewuere in New-York. Attention - also mined r? Gars is h * or Cap*. Ciliare and Ob t.? "f every d?srri;.ti >n f-r tiar.fl? ri.eo TAa anVsee w?l I? i mitted tobe as uaesceptinaahle mtk? sHjtwvw the articles. OEM.'., No. 211 llriadway, op;*alte St. Pa 1 ? FoBP.ion Sham- AUD CLOAKS.?Thff eubsenber wnl be prej \r< '<? of.i r to tt.e inepect:<va of La diet.utaa early day in the tnnnng wte* iptrtlcalartef which will aprear in fotert aiin-iuncemcn a,'a larj" an'l varied atateiblt it ot '? ndi Can I't Hail Suawlt aad Sjcaifs. at lei.did Cnii' >. i rape and Erench Cashmere do , and about ilf?< eh bund . ' - i; ?r '. plum und em'.roo'ered Velvet Paris made Cloaks of ihe latest de.ir.ns ; the W I I foimiae a <>*sifnaveat iust received fro* Eorope, and which wdl I* i?i led ?? such pucea a moet ? ectatotal ?i d .no... Jin. inm.n OtO BVLWH.Patia . lo.tk E.n poiiaw. No Ul Bioadwa) Fir TlPPBTB, BOAI ARD Pili AkTKT.ES or ttliv Uis. Hie i io ? i hiidreii't vThAt Drab nnd Black Beaver Hata.t Boye' Beast' d Mi e kmSlk Hals ; Children's Velvet and farcy Cloth Caps : Men's and Boy's Cloth, Mohair tu i - i M Bttl I . | Ml tat I' Braver Halt sod Lau ? - Bvaatta The ntastai ttoch oi these utides, of the taoet f..shii.Da'.lo stylea, embraoi as largt. aa<l as cheMi. no aaaartmaM at cm la- '..iin.1 iii am store ia this city. wm RtN j a, No IM, Cat.nl at coiner of Wo. ster st No'iift:.?R. I ihheb, .li . WalchmAkex and Jeweler, late of N" Ul Hn.adwnt, tiki s this method to infmni his (rienlk tti ? t rust' triers, itiit lie bus nun red bia plat e of bitsti ess to N ? 'n K? I' on tt . w here they will rind a besulifnl ateartsnairl al Watehte, Jewelry, Silver and Pla'ed Waie which ;.e will st II as 'or if u'>. lnwer thitn ther BBS ht) .n the cor d6lw? R PlSHKR,Ja.No MPaltftaVM. .1. Y, f.niiu -iiiKH, No. tOOBroadwaj, imports direct betn n uafaetttreie, and sel.'s at a very nkMl advance oa. -' , ,the ri keel tad atott varied taeorinieiit uf Jette n, uebet, Sslvarware, EaacrArti clea, Ai ., Io be found in the cuy. Parties deaini c to pur? chase should not full 'o etil u,h.u him mid examine hit it'll dz i TnrhSiSe Kossi in ?< i>'it rt and Iteautifuliv ex?? ot. ,i hui ui. i tf tha illustrious Patriot, tat wHA Oia< mtmda. Emeralds an! Rubies, iKossutb's eolore,] with Pearls, and ulso in plain tattUga, in th> ibrin of Ilruceleis, Putt, l.'ickets, Um ein .. Charau t id Boarf Pint, are la be had oalv at A. Jotl. 1 Co's manulaciiinnt lewelera, kc , No. ?1 Broad?i , bclw teit9pting and Priace ats. dt (tiTuTliAR Stovks! StbVM ! ' Srovys ' ' ' ? Now is She time to buy tine ol ihe lost Air Tlfht Cookiue S'oves ever oflered m the pnhl c Wanaated to Bake, or tin money'einiiu it Also, on hand, and fee nie,l item ral aasurlineiit tf Parlor. Olli, e and St .re Itovte, Kntnt es, Ac. Stoves repairad, liantd, and pat tu Jobbiai pntmptty aitn .11. ! i WII.IJAM ?OUTHWEI.L, No lia OraenwM'h av .not do... from the 8th at i^'li8tWttSo Ru n Cabpetwos.?Smith A Loubbbiibt, t< tin I'.m! . i , u> ?..? eaaeaaeasets kattja ami . utl alack aaCaarBTIMi hi the RiUowiai low rt as Per yard I Per tard Vtrrete.l?s to i<j..|Eit Inrrumt.it od i..i?.,i.| TH|ie?try. . - 8s. io r.'s Medtnnido is Sd. t.. i? o l. Mr. is sc U.7V in itaiCoaenton do .It toj. Id, Three-pli.7s to Us MM Cloths... Je. Sd toll (Id. Elitoi Oil Cloihs, 3 io I feel aride; Eaffbaa Drntitela S i, It 4 Mm) It i wide, hiuI all other artiolet r xnvected oith the trade, full 1} |* r c. nt |e-> than Bpi l?l Dt itv ? d? HTuTliAS Ttits, liit-. Tins?Voi.mi's preittititn far stares. No. ut, lioweiy. and No it join, >t ,naat Braad way He Lati.s aa excel leal ataortinaat, has his no dt Btaa afactturd rvtht, tallacbtat aad recoaunondi nothing but w hatiiaood He got the preatiutt at tht lata Fair or the A ii.ant an Insiitate i >r lupt nor Puri aud wot^maushit.. .11 laiMWAH VotJI own iNiPitpsi IKTOLVBO. ? Do ? on ttniit got .1 tt urn i'li Jeuhirts ' (io to R i \ si \ V Rtv. 1).. yon care (..i rr..n m I ml. retethiaf Reoicnber No. lotBoaei .. R. at r are itapartert ami taaaafhcin rere. hei.ee those whubuv tfthtm satetwooi threeoroiils. Any aire aade to unit r Kossi ih s Kt m.? LoOKHIABT has g,Q hand n general asuotmeiii ' ii.-? Icon- Huts and Cape, t h Uieu's Pia?) Hau, Ladiea' p. it Bonnets, Umbrellas, t unes. Km? ac . ?11 >'f the beat material now la market, wBicl. be will sell at low prices ami emit) profits The ?Itenln.u oi thejittblic is ti ore particularly directed to his MMat, vlitcli. fat beauty,elegaaee tad stvie it iiiiaur pawed by any it Hat iu the el j. The lUia will show for (kernel.ra Call aad aee ib. m H. ueter s itV.-rs a bead to leave his Pates-Room aacoeared ; but sillies to ideaae all. Reihend er the in .....la et Hot Btoie, No. 174 Brand *??y- dbitt What kvkkv .Man \\ ams i,, KNo\V.? We take it Io-gtanted that ev. ry Ucntlemaudaafeat to snow ?h?ie be cull lit ii n.-e I o it |r,on i,.,, u. t .e, with Overcoat. ("It.uk, DraaaCtsat, Prock,Pale ot, Pan's, Vest Utawere. t t.deishnts, 11,tee. ( ravals, Hal, Ol.tee, Sic, ol the beat and ni.?( Bashi.. ,.. ,,t,ti .?, st prices that it.oildbec.iua.de fdt. ri ata in the wholeeale trade \S e a'to lakei it fin traiit. d that the pi.i,.r,et,.is oi i .tmtry ( lothiaa Establubmenta are always williut tobiv better aiuclea thai ate usaallt toM as " Ready Matte Clot hi as ? at se?t.-al per cent aadai the OtdlBary wholesale rates, hwlit cau l>e accon.n .Hlatt ii aud emot iv suttsli e.| by P I Rooi Ks l'noa li-.ii, . ,.r 1 ult"ii and Naai i i ttt at ttWItS1 Tn Canton Tka Compani :t-c proparod .e eeil. whtdeeale or r. i . i .'i' V,. .i'trn'srvt riett aad at lowei teiotathaa ant other establishment Coa aumeis ol tea aaaM Otsaattlt Heir interests t'\ patroBtsiaa ikieetitrr l.ticati.sa It) Chsi?t? tt , (bswwaaa Pearl ats] Mouaevrit I Nohrtarhal ... v\ . Or*1 Houbt*ketpcr>, and ali oi.'ie rs, in want ef Redditu, Bexlale .ds, a. , >n Id do m il la aatlat Af. Wlixtta'a tdd astabhshtd Warerttomt, IJfl Chatham-at., enreei uf Mtdben . ' e largest a* tsmmentoiartM-os.ii' - 1.- ivei odered U the pahtie, evaluating of Peal- ' ? ? ? s, ,rv aadtSiaataa*iCt>ta.wboi^, ,' . j rats 1 i U MTaTAAS* iloMaKV. It i.tivvs \no I'ndpr (l.Ol ?fjfgi, ^-Eannliee abwni arvsovring the , Vrtatet taaedt are re ?aiBdesI that, at tbt o'd aland No <3 Carmine .I. thai will ^-vTfJr*** ??aottaieiit lor n.. o. women aud chi.dieu wturt, "lllbe said ,?l the lowest rt i.uttci ti...t ,.rt, e. dt an>,Tha.s' Fl kuan i I l'\ i SVl ;>!>|n , I'v :hs ? riieait.'st itbci resaic t tly calls ths atteati resjuiiiag teanetha.? u :?, tgaat.V hit t? a itifelatyta of ai.ver b. rd? ird aud pla n Fieat h Pt ice'a'a Ca ds En veataat udlwtddiaa " tea, ia the i?..t .. ., y til N Set Briades. . . oltiri .1 : i, stoir. .No IJ Wall at. dJ Im BTFovntaina lotiiaGooda Aro i ip j at Nex 57t Bread war. (Nib)o'a Badduita.) where the ladies are waited tool! *t.. laage athrt i I aut| -? E<aae aad Soaaie Shawls a ml S. arfa.Crapaa, Crapt Shaals aa?l Scarf?. Proeapi . . s .su,rtii?i Si:** aad Suns. Tavsenre^aad Coty gilt a. Japanese and Caatna faact aiti les, aad a<atty other cat a ua aad dean atylas Alto, avajtatt m Pt.nch ge ? India Ri bbkrCiovks ?rh,> rjTstiSiTuisH' >ag a ark l*i wean rctiuement aud rujgarity it a baautifal ???ad Bt t*e ate ui India Rubhai ti; reeeverj .i be teadeied Boil, w Lite att.i be^utlfallerer} tut.- iuipiv^ aioa.af etpoaare or usage, itaaetell delhiitj i t .ten re. st.irad?sad Hie teal . i eleuance impreaiwd f.sni it let its rreeeal ts?diti?n be evey ? . ?inprt>m:t'Bg Eor sib- by 'JV1!'0^^ Lfanaaarse, No ti, Bivadway. a all India Rabber dealers. d ." Rhmmaiism ?li\ ai i s Lipk IIalsam is aacarteia to cure the worst cvsee of Bheumausm. as water Mtegtiea. h thtrat, no matter hoa lou< the , s?ehasaa lated. It cured Sir j Si N at., Bee klra, aster he had beea a crip: , nrv. Hia tvu-1 aad itMuti were draat a out of place itud ahat* and he baJ spent a Titane in ten ediea ,ed a Ah hvticians. The Balss a it ?iia^?L0*114111 ,? fu" "-rt'leia. kmge evil, the foaieel ~_^\J1rs. wereu ial d..eases, aeiirafei.,. fce Ac It IVZ Jt'iuS a* H1" N" >->(>'??vdst,,fan nicer *"f' h?" ?:' mmihsia lh. Neit-V rk H vital. *~ ,*.*::ru "i! ?ae able phraic.ans in that tasti tatttf a^las^raAta. 1 u,e, buttj.,. freien i ? * heyi care n'ri ']a s * ' !r,t,,ibU>ni I'nMathed can be area at tea o?ce oi the Kopr.?;..r N., tia. .. pal de pel will beteiuov?a at.er the ath i?u.t t7\\. hj fearrerV/fourtk teor abtue Oiaae) ev ' Nl> Mpn's and Bo\s' Otbm bats aidClotm mn.?We tie tu* ?telling ? ''c-uraiockaf Meat aad But' Oaetrt^tta aad Chnliiag at rath, to make rejessi for t ar Beeiaa ataet. Ptfrst na it wast uf clethiat, mil riBg ,t gieaiij to their adv?atae? sy Jivtat,; ut a -til Hoi itiTtan ^ Km; i No yj Matdea lane. of Omj**g v^^ji 'iro-.U V to i* see y?rd11 the follow.nrrr^j. ' ? < K^ H?it,,?w. w.H) i&AmwW pmju*. An*, a* S*Ug~i. n^aaJfy low._-? Lien otn or Dvkkm> ?Mo mas.in the uii?h dark ictt. mt world ?m&im ? Ijh -<?-,- :???'?? v-?r, ? t .? ** ... ,,. r.; -he rand, ti ? i "?r friend J O Mi? RS u*9?i w H?m,?..f?'?r..Md.: L.aipsof every variety cf pattern an;l ^'le ?u.,V.ih. \?SKm ?mt?,nm? '??Wi aal ^W?Br^aya?! pfople.l'.t uii.i?. It witt. ?.r:.a*ei.l and '? J.** " BaTto be able to say that InseX-rU so faa e rne.t. , v ,ib the moat drc.ded saMA-a, end say of w?h to be relieved fr.o.i dBrkaesa.caaact J ? ' * ? ' rail upm Mr. MorrETT at etco. [sanday iMpalca. ~Kossc.h's Celebration. ? No.ice ? Ti. ... r ?r ..m: ri.es wVi >a*e?.l par*a Tie. ia ^-*f l^iaib.-~ adVSaalaeall at Watsu*s, ??.IM Fi saw* of bar eeler?tod kwws, wh.ca will beef, the fett wann, aad are eold at the eswoet pr.ces. Vir Ldtdies, Masons, Odd Fellows, Funny Feliows, and O. C. ?*-. can obtain at No 214 Grand ?t., , a v.riety of articles Milled to their waal*. viz: raker, cerlebfaifdl irartuii Glee, the i.ett article ever o.-d tor eteaattar. reVteiaf and beautifying parlor aad < iMiei fatahtue,atealy?seta per bottle. Toys, Dolli. Mark., China 1 lenres, WaxBaaketf. Gold and Silver La. e SM.ErRtffes.Te* ' K' 1 ',' n .nf.ottVe. Ribbons. Velvet Menn?.. iWttcs for Ball ( ..inonttee. Rtaiia, Jewel.. Seal., f ,r the van^ be~r?L^jaad -.a'li .tie fraurmtiee F. Cr.MB>, No 2HU'*no st n. B.?-Embroid?ring :a OaH and Silver ia .plendtd st;, le. ?_? .FOLIAN PlAlfO-FORTfJ.?T. (JlLBKRT & Co a New-Toik Warerooms If08. 333 and 147 Broad "sv - Byaneipt.rici.ee of 7 years we have brought the /Ediaa Piano 10 a ilun" od perfection attained by no others, we have applied more thao twelve hundred of thesei* >liami to oar Piano*, all of wh ( h have given entire satisfaction. All . ur instruments are warranted to give satisfaction or the ; -r..base money refunded HoAAi l Water-, N?-a 334 and !,-.! n7 Broadway, is oir authorized agent, bud will se'l at who -rale er reiail as low a? can be putchased at -he fae t. .y: <dC4t?] 1. Gilbert A C" . B "ton. 11/ The cheapest place in the.eity to get nod Po' ts and Sh- es rs at BROt sb' New-Vork Boot and Shoe Emporium, No. lit Kul-na st .where is to be found the la.ge.t assortment of Cork-sole Waterproof Dress Boe-s.u.er ?h..es,si,d everything f >rthe nderstaiiding to he thoopht of_ Vv TFMPKutNCR Dining .Saloon. \'n. IJ 75, i kiMBii-e*.., .one d.*r from Kttbia<: ) Bieakfas?. Dim er .i .1 Tea R Bsl and Corned Meats. Orts pe. plale; t,"lree, T, u und Cocoa, 1 cts. per cup. John S. Savlbv, dt. ?lDi.lt* 1 BTTarTSBTta ClIAJTBLSA. tlT EDiVerpiisiBfl aMuttvgers and aAiperin ? einjrntr of husire.g establishments return." pal licity, i i,o? avail theoiselves ol the benefits of advert.sing in ,he 1 lefidiar Bewsnapers of the cities and towns oi the e .'tn'ry. ! A choice can tie had at the Auve;t:?in? Agency tfl ? ' PatJiKB. Tfibaae BBlWhtej _ HbAD-QOABTBRS op Ulf. Hbbo ok Bi ENA TtSTA.?P L. RonEIts, whose store is on the corner..: I O. Id ar.d Kulton-?t? . and kssow n t,. tl.e ? holr city as the Mm. - ,i.;ir:rrs of Gen Taylor, lias 1 een doing an immense tus bess curing the past month or two. He sell, cheap ;.nd fast -pockets only su.ail pri nts-hat they c one so rap ldlv that lie will rhortij be I waatthr n an. Just now he uolzeaiBl teznptlBI '.?rgams to all aha desire top irchase lor cash. _ C't? Nothing marks the exterior of igea tieasaa more diatiactly than a handsome shirt?on* that fit* evirv"here, in the bosom, the collar, and the wrist? band- und in ?hieb tin wearer feels i>erfeetly at ease. Such -iiirts. WithOBl the possibility of mistake, failure ..r disai point.mnt, can be aerur? u at GrelV?. No. 1 As.or House._ ft? He it known, Kurai.d wide, That LTOM'S powder True and tr.ed, < an't be bought, The ctv through. Of the hawking Pi ddling crew . LYON'.- .M .gnet.c Powder and Pills haung l>een c.un teifeitcd by pretended bed-bug and vermin destroyers, be herein states that the genuine and pWtBOSUeSB MacnetM PostdaT and Pills fur destroving r.ts and mice can only be had ' t the grand dfrpot, No ttt Broadway, tad of autbor taedasesAs._ 89Nassau-sr.?Hoot-iu*ivoi?' Unioi: v - . ciation. UooU.Wioesii Gaiters at retail tor arholsaals pncee 13 Hallet, Davis ?v Co.*? implored Alolian Piano Koites for inanr reasons seem t>, he Letter than ;ii , oihers The tones of iht Piano and JEo kta blend ?o finely, and tbej stand so well in tune, thil they lastly iske precedence A See asn.rtment at their Wart Rooms. No ti?7 Broadway. Second ),a::d Pianos 03 at* QoPtDaBrdtRT. Pf Fowler k Wells, PllTMolotfista and Pablishers. ChntoB HaU, N<>. 131 rTa*sa?-*t . N<iw-Y.irk. aad No. 14. Waahiarton-at. I> ?.???.-.. r?"'Dr. Baaainfjfs Patent Brsoea, and asvi r-f:c!:ng R'iriture Trusses No. 16 Mercer-st. ala tf INEW-YORK T.UlBlii\B NEW-YORK, SATURDAY, DEC. 6, 1851. I tV ,\ot. rthwBBi nis for The IVsswasei BTntadaj' ought to I be M tit m before 9o'clock on Saturday ev..aing. Topic* Ol' thr "7J??r?ii?i ;. The arrival of the Humboldt with hrr U* I lustiioiis paiB6BfgT| on ycbterday litDrriirtt;, caused the gzestest excitement. Althongh ererj one expected the Exiie,at?l Iii? actual pretence among uswaeatact which the people could hardly realize. JI i> name was the first word pronounced by every man you dm t. If he had been i savior to the nation, and had exercised in her cause, in some hour of desperate tiial, those most won drous abilities wherewith he io giiled, his ceasing could not be greeted with ? heartier? ttusr,more American w elcome. Nor is he, a< we have heen informed by men eompetent te judge, a man whose greatness diminishes as y< n approach. His ii aimer, his deportment, his calm dignity familiarise you with the gigantic intellect at WOrli within, and the surpaasing associa? tions of bis career; and theie is nothing about bun to allow you to forget for a mo? ment the presence you are in. Such is the opinion of all tho>e who saw and heard him yesterday. The islard was btdM t almost from early morning hy UKMNI \\ ho m ere anxious to catch a glimpse An accurate account of the proceedings of the da] ami Kossuth's speech, made in answer to thdj deputation from the authorities and inhabitants wfij he ftuind in another col? umn. This day's pageant will he one of the most imposing, cheering and signifi? cant oui City has ever seen. ;mv?:.i1 deptrtmtieat wmitedouKestsuth yesterday to present him with addresses, but for the most part the] were unable to ?Bi i.im, and left the addresses with his fcVcreta;y. We publish some late news fiom Rio. A speech from Lord Palmerston in ie ftttia c Ist HaAvgary will be fuund in this day's TriAKfl*. It is worth reading, that. It requires no great shrewdness to see &ro?fh the great diplomatist. Americans will be somewhat surprised to learn from that unquestionable source, that they or thnr nation had nothing to do with the re? lease of the Magyar. There is little f". :eign news by the Humboldt, be vom! the death of the Ki?g of Hanover. We report ' a terrible accident on the North River : Railroad. AsswOJJkfl our items oi" rows will be found ' the inielligeiice of a fatal ailray arising from an attempt to seize contraband liajtAW under the provisions of the Maine liquor bv. Wo hare been obliged BO omit our report ?t the pros-ecdings of the Treason trial at Philadelphia, in coi setjuer.ee of the great pressure on our s; ace. Jutt as we were going to press, we re ctived the mails of the America, which k W Fircrpool two days later than the Hum bi.; brings only oue day's later Lon d?*n rirws. There is nothing important. The markets are firm. KOSSUTH'S FIRST DAY L\ AMERICA. HIS QUARTERS AT THE ISIAND. GUARD OF HONOR wIM EC II OF ."?IAJOB HAC; VOOB\. KOSSUTH'S REPLY, COMMITTEE FROM NEW-YORK. KivopeaB Democratic Ccau&ta Mdrtm PARADE OF THE ISLANDERS. ADDRESS FROM THE PEOPLE. KOSSUTH'S FIRST GREAT SPEECH l'?R><0>AL ?KM(P.IPTIO>. INCIDENTS, AC. More of Malen Inland Reception. On his arrival at the house of Dr. Doane, which was about I] o'clock, he was iminodi?te!;. waiteii on by a guard of honor, consisting of six military men, in full uniform, and they oft>rpd their ?errttajl Io him a> sentinels during the r.ight. Major llagadorn, the commander of the ?u ird. be f..ie (o:i g on duly, addressed Ko*suth as follows i Sprech of Major Ifncndorn. III. ?? mint's Sir In cheerful compliai.ee erith the m pnl; t.on of our fervbe. and inobedience to the ccgej uii oLn>) tiereral. I have the honor to tender u> u ii the usual milttan rourteaJes. It is my fortune to i the ftltt of the mi.'iiary officers of this State to pjeetyon upon tour arrival and to welcome you to it< rhoresol America. I cm instructed by the Ma. or L'imiiil uf thliitlitrlrt.tonaecnl >ou ins respects ,, : ocniratulatiose, and to say, th. t be, together with a oeputatios of the municipal authorities of New-Y. rk, will wait upon yen in person, as soon as lhey bcai ot your artnal.' You are RAW, Sir, lfi?* guest of ? people, who, notwithstanding their various rocceeset, are aot so exa'tea above reason as to be unmindful that they arc honoring theni'ede-cs in BOB mugyea. 1 hn preat s'rupgle wl.ich you h ive be? gun in Hungary, tBt blow which yon l-.ave stru k for i li,up;.nan iiationnlitv, it M like the struggle ol our fatten- so like tli" blow they struck. t;..?l v.e h ue kxsked upon it u the rebound of their n i ion, and roa, Mr, and your compatriots, as sons ot the same liberty sad bn Ii n d of t':e same great family as ost elves America, like Hungary, did not at Krst con? tend fm a republic, but for the maintenance of ear tain ancient rights , and these being demed her and : i.M i rnly rcsieted, she not orly asserted thcae lights, but BUHB IBBflgtltl of tell government and miiiucialaarn Ti e position w*s foraed npoa her as ii mi. upon Hungary and the Cod of Wattles stini m ? I 4 Bp ptoads to her assistance, and smiled upon Iii r f Torts, as lie willorc day smile on thofe of Htni Btry, and thoie of every people who dare tn he free. The rights bvradcd b] IM Parliament of England weie as sacredly IBOUred bv British laws, as v\cre the rights int.nled by the House of H ips'nre, se? cured bv lustrlan edicts. LssesebHesoi the people respei tfnily rainonstrated in loth case-?in ooth cases tl e government reluctantly yielded to the pop c 'ar tit mands?in both cases the people ai cepted the com ei ifoai of thesjorarnrnarnt, universal joy thrilled through the massea, shoots o( gladness went up to luaven amid the ringing of belts and roaring of can? non. But ui both eaeae, tl.ey who had proved them reives tyrants ami aaeressurs. pro? ed tucmseleesalso piificioiis to their word. People thus goaded to re sistain e, rushed in one BBtM 11 anna, and tbry who bad] at first been respectful petitieglers, were now in (tipi ai t belligerents, claiming n? elternatire but nation .iity and it den? ncence Thaw, St. are some ol the reasons why Americans will claim you as a brother?wherever you go throng i their coimlry your progyr 11 will be an ovation. Bill you bate other'an I higher claims tt. our fraternity. For BUT part-and I alk no one to be responsible for What I say, al? though 1 honestly believe thai I spea\ the sentiments of the treat mass of my fillow-cout trjtt.cn. and es pecialli the sentiments of those three and a half millions n| stslw art, able-bodied youn? men of Amer? ica, wh< m our laws bare designated for military purposes?] beiieee 1 sneak the sentiments of this gaaat aaaaa ai tweeiebkaawa o,ti*ei?--oi*iier?, wh? ?c not merely household troops, Sir, but who have re < t ntly had an opportunity of demonstrating before the worid what use ihr y can make of arms m nn enemy's i ( nntry- 1 speak their sentiments, Sir, w hen I say that the great Kossutb doctrine of armed bob IntarTentiorj u the doctrine and sentiment of Xvier ica?hol uifirvention for us?non-intervention for all. Engrafted iijsm our sacred Declaration of In t ej.<nCtrt e is the axiom that "all just powstn of coven nient are tlenved trom the consent of the goi - eined." Eviry ,-entiinti.t of the AtMricajkl i^ti loticn rcoognJces the principle ol wlnt we term State Rights?the right of every Sta'c, of etrry m i nidpelity, of every town, of every village in the lar,o, torvgnlataits own concerns'. And the great doctrines mcuicited by Hun in whom it is dtcfarcd by the Word of God himself- that " all the nations am families aad klndrsd of the earth shall be biaess .ire ibe s.tcred doctnr.es t>f UbartytEquaiity, Prater Bity PSSOe OB eaith and good w ill to a rd men. '1 be ui it er^ai brotherhood ot mac. and the uniw r lalpattlBlty Ol (.'od are sentiuicnts eijually mcnl eatedapoa the American heart by the sacred reli kuu to which we bow, and by the equal laws which we I ave made. We regard eveiy man as a brother, aad every iBvasJofl >i the rights of man as the invasion of a brother s rights. Brother Jon? athan. Sir, as our brethren beyond the seas have tun.tbun, has t een the vounger and the weaker btothtrinthe great fanu.v of nationThere was another younger brother, sir, oi whom are read who Was once sold to the l-hmaelites, but w hose innate encrgMI rapidly dilated, tn power and inajestv, and wbo had the luxury of opening his overflow ia^ gar l.i rs to leed hji siarting brethicn. (iod, Sir, m ver j ails without a purpose, and it is now time for the free men of America?the three and-a-ha!f millions : ol young men of America?to ask of them-elre? ! why they are here tij on this earth I It WSJ t ain. j tha hit mutderer. who exelaune i "Am 1 ray i t; . t * keeper " Brother Jonathan has grown to j be a giant. \\ ho has thuj miraculously alltd bun up beyond the staiure of ins brethren?.Jid for what pairpoee has ha thus bean raised up to s giaal power ( uii oig the natiui.s of the earth ' Is it that he should I cat, drink, and be meriy. 'or, shall the talent which baa beei t lean Ua be aamaadod of htm again With usury I Sir. the young men of America are awakening to an "nrrriatifTB of IBt-rt rttj rnribil Hit s w Inch (.otl has fcvalved ujion them. They re iOMaj u.that Providence win, h has raised you up to t e the Giaal Apostle of Human Rights?the El? icit Bt aad A toe u in Ettro-.ie. ol the great Arner i a.: dtc.iine th .l uli: just powers of government an I'tnved, net from foreif n bayonets, BoB "from the consent of the govtri.eu." Bat. Sir, I am I tnsoiasung upon your time, and presuming upon the rapot? voa r.tfd alter your loaf voyage, rar nofa] tonitratiaoe of respect awaB yoa? j say coun /BMB aie anxiously expectuM \ou in ( u any v.uious direcuons. And theirs will be no empn wt coa^c-no demoi.stratton? to affect tne lOiUmrrts of other nations-but the eeiierous.ini ? puisne ovipouringA of the trae heaiU of bBBBBMk. Pbey oill greet you as ther ones did I?a Tayette? I tt c comranit n in arms ofo ir laiBiiWHl Warning i 'on. The children of AsaAnca ?.11 theeryeu a-yoa ir*. forth* saAa of tnoM Cearchiklraa who h ive i i en g to \ou in yovj darker days . and sgy fair cotiu ' trywon.er. too, will buss you for tire sakit of that angel of toe aline is whom BOtthst tha of tus tna could ci liar, nor the bayoneu, bot the priso-is t: AuiO b LimidaU but oho passed'througnevery c. igtr to?I.aie yuui exile, and who has prut cd iur ?it, before the worM, wcrtbv *o be the wife of Koa> sut? Weh cat e. dear Sir, welcome to our hearths ard h?rn? I. welcome to our simple republican ho, \ .?a.itirs. But. above ail. wcl onse. thrice welcome, n. the bles-tU ibettv we here enjoy as a commoa !??!' nee at children of the rjateonal Father. Tt this aitOress KaaOBlha ade the follow nig'rtply Kotsutb s P.i ply. To you. S.r. 1 l ave tut simr > to return my thanks and thtoogb ? ou. to those wiio are pleased to send >cu OB fo BtOBBBBt a BBaBBBB. I have simply to rt tt.rn my thanks, because yen anticipated ail tho?e ite.iBgs ?Lieh it would have been my tut. to cn ; Jeavoi to have the people of the in Had St .tea to t.ttrth.r li u,e sentimeiii* which von have ex i-ttied are thtstoi tour p?opie. then 1 w;ll hat ? ! BhBOti i t,ihit(i to lwul have oulrtouianh I >*u fo? ?he realuaut n of those seEi.menta'. Tne re ? ospla i. . have already exj*iie.icad reueves me from much uaiaty. If Ue daotrsBB of non inter. m . . ffc 1,%' .^r ,V VP ?f*S *** "e ?enerous and ? t t ai aid ol the I m-ed ?t?te i to an Biniij ? suf n'a, fn Y;??**'i? f?^?t.l We W?J hare fair p.ay in tLe airuggle which we a u yct a .vc to teh: t^^Zt^1 * Hungaxv waBl8 i tess in our paat rruegle and your ?loiious sir aw e tot mU wndrnce tut there u ateo agr7aldia>r?f e rt.etiffer,nca,., that m the etorn.y t-er ' - - - --t .t a met fnemlg that liungar^ de. aot leu here met two deets.au xiiiarv troops, arms ~l l^,^?<J^,,,UOn!.1e,our?*J- W? 'oaghtlotLaVti ???-: ?l'.ew:.. ,ew.,? but alu, to < ur past v.^s wanting we mar yet see bestoaV on e at future 1 hesa wni *o.,n be occuion aud o> poitui.il) for it. because I fee! eoaBde-t tbv i. s- i ..,t- . ..? .^s; cau.twiign.ooe? not ovcitorow a pfOl e.butoiirii Stmmlafcn them u> greater exer tu 11 aid litt Boat that Euntrary wdl be free?I tt !tslirr to my motu., a huh I received fro n a I - t-otera'sM rset l<? ? Th-rr ? no difficulty U> Inm aha w.iia ? la icfaid to jour tendortdi |uarj ^ be* nr, I will rot request i>. but I will not decline. I f?t! b? i ored by t??ry mark of attention?br every ' ? i. "f bin'Utas fr? in Uie American people. Ac hi' Mr, my best wishes for your country's glory, ai ii ; onr perronhappiness. Spec, h oT Ilr Rrucniaghautcn. Dr. Ltuenu c: au-? n. a 1'olUn gemiem in, who was distingvishec in tte wars of Poi^rd. anJ had to :!y for his Lfe, add-essed htm a* fellows in German e.kv'B of II' >o*sv Please permit me. as in ailopted citizen of this great confederacy, and in tae i.an_e ol my feiioa-citizens, to address to you a few wore* in tne German language, on jour happy arrival in tin* free country. I had alio once the happiness in srrvem Iks ranks o? distmguiihed patriots ia the n.e nior&b c x i ar oi 1*21. under Gen. Be.n, the priJe oi heroic IV ,ind. struggling with lifa and soai for 'icerlv. All ii there Ed been in?>re se f-conridenee and harmoi.y amonc the principal lexers, tney would nirtiy'have tr.umphcd over their politically ??arme. !e ss oipreits rs, the in ichh e-like and merce r:-ty biieln gt- of <'??poli?i'i < > r>>c ;'iei;tly, this would hare prerentcti the northern Autocrat's in.cr lering in Hungarian affairs, and drawing tne sword f< r?if God will?the last deaWSJBsJeM ol the House ol Hapsburg. But witnout t!--.?, I'tmgarv would be free, if the plans and commands of the gieat leader, Kofsiith. had alwayr been well eiscutcJ . and if all ether chiefs of that heroic people would htvelud h's high patriotism, energy ami endurance. Boa | iry would now rank among the free nations and the au roiaof liberty would cawn upon the whole Europe? an honzen. Happily the hero of irtedom?the hero ol lbs heroic Bsatcsa, the great Kossuth, is alive yet. pi o as lot k bi he ?tcs the beardless Nero will trem? ble, anil with mm, many so-called, by the grace of Gexl. crowneu heads, because they consider, with eood reason, and know that he has been chosen by ProTTfrrce to break the yoke of the tvrar.ts. as he has alrc ady shake n Us pillars. To the "adopted citi u ns is your name a melodious sound, and the,- will rival their bre.iircn.the native \ meric ir.s. in en'.hu si. .'m for >our hgh personality an:l the great cau<e you defend. Where ver you >tcp in this country, you will draw, by magic, thousands of friends, aiid m r> where praters will be otiered to the Ruler of the wor.d, that ihe sun of the West mav not tail to Iked its warmest teams up n \ou. tn:; martyr of (reedoas, and m cttr/mg yes back to yoor belored cossatjy, R< SMBtfl replied in the following words Keasvth*i Reply, In ai JU'r to your friendly v.eVome to the Law l of freedom,Ieannetdear Out a |lanae *t the aaat, 1 articu'.irly at the last unfortunate Mriir?g,ie of Hun? gary, always Mings painful rentaisct ices ro mv n : I, sJttcAtfh this ttnigjle, like that for the ir?ilnm ol ur happy Pdind, has resulted in a great de it of i good. it has united those race* in ?n\ ointrv, who. untilthat time, wrera divided in political an i social I ci ii.iorj-rrsults wh.rt. Mil t .1 pro..uce l.io >eM I fruits for Ihi-' future. Tj as races have le.rned a I lesson, and now they kno* their rights, the rights of I a free people . and I 'eel confident thai all the ru-ei c? my pccplc are row entireli reconciled,aad w?l j atasd by each other whenever the Magyars will lad] ?>n opportunity to bre .k the joke o| their tyrant : Particularly 1 return my thanl-s for your kiini feelin/s toward myself and my countrymen, und I shall ever ren r n.be r it. At the same lin e, 1 a.vep' the otrer. in ! i! e i ame of the office's of the stall ..f suten Island, ! t" he my guard of honor during my stay iu Ilia Islir.d. I accept this honor, nut lor nu .-elf, hut lor LBf great CBBM I am defending, and for my beloved j people. The guard of honor then went on duty, ;;ud re I mained from two until m, when i relief puard fi nk their place. The illustrious gue -t of Dr. Doane took hreaVfast with the family, iii.d Wal irrnBirjOTali by feil lady, ' M. and Madame I'ulsky, and .?everal other exiles. The mtrning meal was plea-antl> di.<vii--e.l and a vivacious conversation was kept up between tho e xiles and the polite family of the Doctor. Italian Welcome. In the DtOTDing before ceremonies of the dty our felh w-i itizen, the wcll-kr.o /.n Italian exile, waiU'd upon Kossuth and was presented to him ' his Secretary, Signor LesstoL ffossillii. who ha.l l iought letten from .Mazziiuto i'oresti. received Iura him w ith the utmost cordiality, saying in French: "A A )t i out ctnnats dfbj rmnmr KM setst rrjirtimtant de It ds> ir.ccr/ttitEuropttne,dun.s Itnu>'t setts rrrtrnrrfmf rfW ddirts." (I know you already as a true representa? tive of the Kuropeaa demoi ra. y, in srkicb we are all united ) It is unnecessary to sty that the bthfS Forctti was deligh'.td at this rc. eption. Soon after the above introduction, George t op way, the Indian (luef, w aited upon Kossuth, and on Icing introduced he made the following short, pi'hy address. Kali ne-iia-gah-bou h'- Tulh. Gotcrhoi KoaeeTB : I an ejlad to sou you. lam. like yourself,ore of the unfortunate, my home is in the We-t. I am oaeof the represent httves of this greo country,the people who live 1 hen ti fore the Anglo-Saxons came. I am to be the trat to say to you. " we-Iconic" to our country. Tne Indian Irrst] ll this country am! enjoyed liberty, from IBM It IBS word has become the motto of ail naMons, aad now it baSJK>ne to all nitior.s and mt > every eoBBtry la tije oh World? i ate glad to sen yoo God I'ltSH >op. KoSSUlb answered hnu m I fear words, and ex ptestsd h.iuself tBSakfal for Iht welcome of the ( k ef He alluded with f? e!..igs of s>inpithy to the Indtaa race, and was glad to MS an Indian Chief. Conimittee>, Ac. A -i eat number of OotWUttees from the t ity waited upon Kossuth during tho morning, an.oiij, which w it a countries from the frienlsof Lirerty of six Countries, viz German, P .li h, 1 lench, ItaMtB. Spanish and Prussian. They were i 't introduced with their address, a- the Mag)ar was engaged, but the document ayaj handed to him and will probably be answered in a few da>s. e A Call from the Press. The Committee of the Press, of Bjhjeh Mr. Godwin is Chairman, visited the island to de. liver to Kos5Uth the invitation to the banquet which the Press propose to offer him. As he was absent fn m the residence of Dr. Doane at the time, the let? ter ol invitation was iefl with mt Secretary. Of cuurse a ujly has rot yet been received, but there if no reason to doubt that the invitation will be ac? cepted. The day will be fixed by Kossuth himself He was ai?0 visiled by Gen. Avez/.ina, who e.ii an Italian t ommander in the 'truggle for hberrv m lliat country, and by Mr. Winton, Ci.inmi.-siont r of Kiiiicrttion. both uf whom he expressed hinwelf ghu! to >ee. i I. Euroj can Demo, ratic Committee also called ujon Kossuth during the morning, and presented him with an address in Frt BOB, of M hiBk the follow? ing it a transi.ilu i. Addreaa of the European Democratic Co.n niittrr tu Louis hossuih. CtraSB The Democracy of the different Euro fiiui rat. .ns residu e in New \ ork assembled aa brothei> under a ungle badge of |?'iiti< al faifi. have come by their c- inuuttee to oid you welcome to trie encan Mill.?to congratulate ton on the cloie of y< nr eaptn Ity,?and to receive you as the prime n 0-, i r and the most active BzsesayaM of the e is ??? >.f the brave Hungarian -kx j >. Faithful to the atthlUM mission wh'. h has been rockded to isni fell killiim. you ha-, c commenced a pilgrimage iron one side of trie ocean to the other to seek tue n tans of aveiigir g your beloved co mtry for the outrage and ii.jtiry which have beco brojgbt u;k :. ttr by Acsinan-P. i^sun despotism. The v. teipnte is great. It is worthy of vourself < enrage, thrr. iTUien ' Mar. h forward erect and firm to tne end propored by yourself?devotion. but rtiuead^r thatzrOtiie, dithculi, aid genera li works praaeed orly from the impulses and convictions of the pupa ,..i iinpalies stessstsskst thjt it was not of their own iLOtion that the European t. j. snasSotB have taken an interest :n yocr deliverai.. e bot thai Iksty mi rt rtrcec to it by the de. idedand reeolnte opinion, which was continually manifested by the pe->p>, ti rough the press, in public meetings, and by muni ripalitMs aid that it was a repn?u eaimcntiy de ...... which diap. t( heel a man-cf-war to protect j. u and give you an asylum on its free sod. W ben the Governrr.ei.t ol Piedmont, wuh M t a i b - ilecaired you .from its tcrr.tonr.?*hen the telegraphic order, preventing you from crossing Fiamccsgce from Paris, where the Goveruine.it pretends to te Republican ?when the Court of St. James and the Lords of Pai.. BgaOOl regarde-i your lsi.dii>g with Uidiffe-renca and calumniated you m U-?ir oumals.?the people of England, of |TM B. asd oi Italy selected yoa with one ac.-ord. received )ou as a trotier, ar.d b .'rored ton with festire ova tiot i Rt ly then, on the people, and address your? self to them in order to obtain the sy mpathy anil the a i en ittcSSSSSy not ciily for the political red emp? tier, of trire and unhappy Hunaary. but also far the Uberatiots ol ail the nations. Your cause is thus nVr.tif.ed wuh that of the democracy, and of it< future tncmrb, there bi no doubt. The democracy, to which we are proud to belong, is powerful by itself, by its natural tendencies, aad bv the mstiiisajTc asperaticns of the mind and hewrt M n.en. Il rae- i.seciaied bv the genius of ins Age . Bl i .,L.*e is sealed by the blood ol marty rs and the . ;;.: is r f its r.oMeat advo?-ates its fjaseri is se i u re. To proefnee the con:ummat?a of this rictotr, . ?r r.'s the living ani irrtref id f^.tu of an apoitie, il e'E.'ttnitat le c. u i ?bt I urt] r,an*1 the firm itisof wLl which made the ancients ??y,"Fihii ir i. ? ssBBSB volenti ' i /? n. vcu promiied the democracy of Marseilles to adopt uas device, wtHB that Uave French wnr%. man struiglrd *:ih tfccwavc.- in order present to >ou the traterral grasp of a democratic bind on board the An encane'e tiner. You ha*e shown that sou possess this living faith and this indomitable ecursge. Be faithful to th:s promise and the de n.orrhry will follow >ou. Lot c live the Demcteratie Republic! Lore lire the Fraternity of the Peoples. (Signed by the Committee 1 The Staten Island Preceesloa. At an earlv hour yesterday inoniini? the Committees appointed to get up a procession, ad? dress and reception to Kossuth, met to make er? rangen ents for earning it cut It was decided to do so in mediately, and a messenger was sent to New York for Dodnorth's Cornet Band, while another was sent *o circulate the followirg notice koss1 th is come ! AH the inhabitants of staten Island are ineiled to attend the wclccme to ttke place at Tompainsnlte. oa Friday, the MB Best,, at It A vt t'omeona, come all' '.ogreet the nation's guest The p-ocession will form on the main street ieaowg from the steamboat Laadbsg at ituamr.tme. lit orcer ol the Committee. A 8. DOANE. i hairman TsrsjosjSjsti Frka*. Bet retary. In consequence of this a great concourse of peo? ple assembled, among which were several military icrr panics, the members of several benefit Societies, and a vast concourse of people. Tht* procession formed under the direction of .Mr. Mmthorne Tomp* kins, the Grand .Marshal, andhis aids, Messrs. R. C. WeiHiore, D. B. Allen W B. Allen, J. B. Hyde. \V. H. \sneerb'lt. D. A. ? omstock, Dr E Clark, W. Esrlow, 0. E. Lee, George A Osgood, M. M. David? son, George, Catlin. M. B. Butler . and it then moved in the following order. ivjworth's Caraet Bs?.: M iathorae T. sai w,u? K?, . Oraad .Marshal. Ai.N to the eirand Marshal. Plan a Companies of Mat. Haaiidotti ? command. I nst Cm,an* Tooipkiru Cadets, Capt. D. R Blake ?icur.dl'? Tompkins C ideia. Cap! BBpeos K.ci.1. ?ad Coaat| Uoati s. Cap: E Blake. ait) KOSSl Iii, AID in a carnage driwa hv law horses, aid. accompaaied t>y aid. Dr A 8ilney In sue. Hcaiiii Oificeroi trie a:.'1 Part sf M ear-Yera aid. t aaiia sa ol tiie r. auaitteaei Arr?tMf.>it!?nts Orator oi the Day?Barhetd AdAsea Lothe, Bag, 1 ..-t ? kn shed Mi ntturiAii? llil. uySJBtaot KoseatfciaCarria as Ceaunittee of t'laneetne a ta. Cast lall a Brass Hand Anl af the i: sad Marshal. Military sad Kip Companies nl ' ut ths Brtaa Heard sad Oeisaas R.:!e Corps. (Bet >rt orrani/id.) Cine Boetatiea. Citiseas Moaated. Citizens i'ii Bast t'lti7rre m Car-iagrs The eartBfB araa about half a Bute long, and it pucecdcd from the Quarantine gate, taking up the n ..rch through Tompkins Avenue to llichmond Ter? race, passing the New Brighton Pavilion to Hamil tor.-av., through the same to Tomokins-av. up to l ott st., up Port to .Montgomery-av . dow a Mont? gomery to Itu htnond-tt and through it to the place of reception, w loch was situate in n large field on Kichmor.d Baad. Here a large tent t tpable of hold? ing 3.WO people was erected, und a platform lived t.p in the inside, upon which Kossuth stood to ad dieisthc people The process "ii was a very iropos n ir ifiair. con..n!erintr it took place on Staten Island, ar.d not only were (lags and banners shown, but tht i bad wreathed ornamens bearing the inscription ?? Welcome Kossuth '' Above the tent the Hunga? rian flag floated, and in the procession, the patriotic banner moved in protnl majesty. In the carriage, where Kossuth rode in the pro ? cessir ii, sat Dr. Doane. Col. Thas, a Hungirun ( on nianCer, and Mr Locke, the Orator of the Day , and in the following carnage wa? Malame Kossut!it .Madame i'ulsky..Mr. Polaky, and I.<eutenant Nelson, lata Of the Mississippi steamer. In other carriages tolinwed the Hungarian exiles from the Mississippi. On the arrival of the w hole cortege at the Tent, Mr Kicbard Adams l ocke delivered the following Address i Address of the stau n Islander* Govlbnob Kossi i n, of Hungary, we welcome you to the Western Wor d On Hin. IBB list of ItBils?fBi w h ich IPS eiltet your footsteps, accept the i ordial gratalattons ol ? rural population, proud of the en? viable distinction of being the first assemblage of the Amern au | eoplc to asuueyouof their reverence, admiration, and regard. I'pon the Island ( ourtty of Kicbmond, in the Bay of New lork. has also de? volved, tiv ttie natural ,'etrirntion "1 Its pi.sltlin, the high honor of erecting you with a fervent ex prtsatOB o' these ?eUlUBCatS, in behalf and in anttei paticn ol the country and continent at large and we \ toiler thtin for ytrur acceptance, und? r the prtr foaad < oi I iettoB tliat the Eastern Heinl*]ibere now i oi,tains no m 'ii to whom the Western is so unani? mously bnpatlent to BXpnai thi m, and deems them so justly Cue. It is not bssaaai you are an exile, drirafl by despottsm Ironi your naiirel land,the home of \cur lathers and of your children. lor our free domain is the open and appropriate refuge of luiny rucB cqasdly, an this scoount, entitled to our sysa* pathy and motet t'Pg care. Nor is it because i > i are hu exile more limstTaOBl ia s?ation, bt personal acbievrmtnts, or in individual patriot!, m.than others vtia m tt.e rlcissttndsiaf nations have presented to cur cxtei ded hand. But, it I? because, irf mi measarabrS eminence and splendor BOora all other n.enof the sge. you re the impersonation of the sublime and holv -pint of the age ?the spirit of Lib? erty?who has here an established empire over the w it'eet area she has won. ami whence she is destined to go torth to achieve the trccdom of the world, with y< u, wc trust, is tee first leader of her banners. It is because, in endowment, in resolution, in action, and in aim, you are the Apostle of Freedom for the Did World, entering these ocean portals of the New, crowned with the bright principles and hopes of tour MMsJoB as with a madam from the sky. It i* lee these eongenial reasons, that we deem it our i t.nit.t? duty- as it it our spontaneous delight?to honor >cii ft>r yourself BBd for yOU! cause . to avow ourconcurre nce.il your principles, ami proudly to sanction your hoi es. Think not, Sir. that you are j but newly known to us, either in character or in function, although in both you have recently stood forth loihe world In augmented an 1 wondrous magni? tude. We have beheld yOU for years, BS S shadowy form upon tht dun horizon of the far East, standing by the solitary altar of your country's l,bsirty,and feeding ii? fires err the morning came. Earlier and more faPh tuilv. BOWerer Itfuiiy, aas that altar maintained in llungar. tbsa in any other nation of Europe, while we behold in you its latest and most devoted i <ii ister. Down through the dark ages of ecclosl I nttcal and feudal thraldom, its embers remained alive, when in t ?eiy other lai d?scarcely ? <> enling Baflandl, w itb the rein s of her Saxton uistirutions? tbey had been crushed o'it end extinguished In tbe successive tiees of her history, (iunrary has exhibited the acts of ? her? ic drama, in which the perpetual perfidy of despotism, and the tenacious vitality of libeity. hare been developed In the strug? gles of everv sctr.e, until in this, the last and greatest of our own tin.es? at OBC) the onghte-t in l.cr glory aid the darkest ia her f.de?ehe lias profoundly novedthe heart of all raaakiod,illiaga srithBs> Iulsue sympathy, SI d exalting it with genero is m difBaOOB fal HM breast of BO paOBM have tiiese feelirgs been aroused more strongly :han m ours . 'er our sympathy was natura! and instinctive for a t-rare ard enlightened nation, c ntending, first, like ? r. ..ii ssjrty sires, for mere constitutional rights, ^nd then for absolute independence and self govern Hint, as the gii ri< us alternative. We. BS a new and colonial teop.'e, exempt from a herediUry aristocrat v, and receivuig only the lengthened -hndt.w at a BaStaal throne, es neved our gigantic [ nrpcte in s *eren years' war. Hungary - in ft stsd with cob.'es. prelates, and special priv? ileges, like ail the old nations, and begirt by sur? rt BBdUDg thrones, has inherited the singi/le for 5en tnr.es, again to renew it for an objaet, now, not less than outs, pure, stupandoua and sublime. And, Sir. be calmly t i nfident of this, that as America called BOt in vain upon other nations for aid, in her unequal m u st, so shall not Hungary call in ram upon \niertea for aid in brrs. when the hour of opportu? nity Btxtraa. On this spot, twenty seren years since, we gratefully fccn' red La Fayette of France, the de? voted ccmpatrict of Washington, on his visit to our !aDd,to beh< M the completion of the grand strac ti.re of freedem wricb the fleets and armiei of his gal ant ration had contributed to establish. On this spot, we pledge to you the full payment of our debt to European geierosiiy and valor, when the ecu of repui 'ican Liberty shall demand it. and if our Na? tional Government fad rrcroptly to meet it and our National Diplomacy suffice cot to redeem it. then will oi. r generous youth and bright sword* redress the bai? rn . e. Kememler. Sir, wh it h?? alrea.lv t-een and to arrogant Austria from our National Senate and Department of State, and int? rprtt this first voice of fc.-mal warning, by the one. I, ader and more ?uthor italiec. which you will hear in the commercial aai numcrb al metropolis cf our ccur.Uy you are now anroat hirg. and which will greet ton In a graa.1 n i notone, thrcuglmut cur st*. loos land, unlit the I.? :t sphere itself shall ring with that single BBBBsl No impulse of the human heart is so couUgio ia as that cf valor in the Baato of Liberty. No pr.aciples sre so imperishable aad prolific as those of Free d< in, in genial SSAka, Your country has ttMaulated every fiber of our common humajiitv with the oaa, and yen are tie great husbandman of the earth, sowug the etier, broad cast, over her fertile aa it i s. WLeii a brief day of Freedom last dawned in Hungary, at d you, as berchosen (iteearoor, called '.pen ti.c uit.oiiai assembly of her n-preaeiita Utes for a supply of man and means for her de ftt'e, tba world, as your audience, nulled at the prompt response of two hundred thousand men and eishty milimns of florins, awarded with the patriot* We grant it ! we grant tl! for liberty or j death "* The two heroic campaigns which ensued. 1 v?: I tvertisid among the jreatoat prodigie* and marvels of history. Wrfl hxre yoi desigiatel the heroes Of Temrsrar. and r*?o?r glonoi? fteMi ?r superhuman valor as " lha unnvn-d do r, rol?* af the age, for the Titan? of mvtmihsgy w <rred net n ore iiVoir-itarlv asamst the ur.itel [vwtr of the imperious and relentless god*, than <2ni the nxmefete I M idu n 01 Hungary against the overwbalouat farces of Austria end llu>?ia. in cowardly c unMa>v lion. And Hit y warred and won. unid lysibrraa. ? ten of treecherv, that dastardly require of ? baffled power, the tyrants effected aHit. as if seemed, r.o nuuerva: 'oree could do. But l.ke tie Hebrew Urn es, to aji sav? petf.'v, Hungary fell not alone. In falltae st. shook the pillar?ol a ty stem of European dee*ot> **? ai d dan dtpicmaer.'whirh ran perer be tees tarhfhed. Austria, then chut hrfdj of the irea-aer our I'hi.ist.ncs. ftllwnn her. aad became a vassal f. ..wer. England and France, the supine > ?ecUtors of the scene, fell from theirB'gh pos-tion a? the plighted gunn'-ni'sot Extern and Western Europa auiiipsttle H ack Eagles ot the North and can never retain it. ?Ith? r in honor or m power, unW Hungary be restoied. Poland was their reproach, b it tinn j garv is their degradation. France, mdeed who, under therniitroon Pret-idenoy ol a shadow intriguer ? a kite in tin pi >f of the eagle-a braver for the un pertal lead :n the lion's skin?hatpawned ber kaajaj itrd -iiY;-r?-,;rrrc tne mo?t precious regatta of ker ancient rank among the nation?, aad haaperadued aid prostituted her republican flag, by lending u to become, at once, the mmm? b.tdge of the jauor of Austria, and the tr ;ui*:ter of Home, to entomb alire Ute brave ripuMa BM of Italy in theirt.atue laud? CM have BO redemption In history, until she rcdeera t.ei own promise, plighted in the giowingMooraof 1 tr repub lcan.'br.da!, ;unl inthe fane other own free dem, tote the spcuse and companion of liberty bj cverv land, whence the cry of human.tv shall oxae. We will scarcely a I vert, in vour presence, to the bor. tors, which followed the overthrow of your win, nghteoui. ar.d erer ? -rratioa of vour coon trv's affair*. Tbc butchery of \our fugdive aodaa ..rined people the eiBOWta of the fair f.>nas of your matrons to the dnppuig lash in the public streets, aid m the sight ol their agonized husbands, m ! fnends, the heroes and sages of vom 1 mJ, art outrages against human nature in the abstract, that . an onlr be properly avenged 1>\ the common cos> sent and concert of'mankind, to exterminate tat ,'tncious power-, maxims and sourceool ivraaay, from which alone they could have sprung. We woi Id rather refer ba vour BOgMI fhjht from your Tuikish cage, beattag the everlasting gospel of liberty to tver. naiion. and people, and tongue. Aad proud are we thai are st.v .ui eagle, so like h) m mt and misatOB to out own, in its old companion rliip wi'h the tractloea nag. We wonder not that the Vethem dhstpota ihained fOU there, net that the potency of liberal and progressive England set you free. Now that 'ran'e, in ber riesiut perrerted policy, i> virtually Ukearvassal, England?steadfast Old England?is the only Euro pean |h)wi r ?ti in tl e> fear, or th..t ?: in.ls in their pathway to uiuv ersal empire . ar.d she is bound alike bj bat btgbeil hatrnets,by her tree institution*, and by the ceatejeterjl spirit of bei people, to promote t tie cause of liberty among all Ballone aad rices of n.en. To them, and to their government, yon came a welcome gn. i. Weil might their raJr<jaaeea ao Cessd her tafOCM to congratulate ihein tu public, ae she doubtless dees In heart, BpOB the new impetus which vou have given to the momentous purposes of her statesmen. Armies were in tour argumcnti, t .t r'eets in vour ehxiuen. e and *.i- ft of those msgical add rear e<s which vou delivered in England is worth millions of treasure to her polity. But we would beilt) refer to these great maxims of domes? tic ead InteraBtional liberty which ?re eeeaeeea txuh in lur pottcy and to ours When Inaariea and Erglnrd lately agreed, hv solemn treaty, tJ eflect a confluence between the two great oceans of the earth, for the fiee . omiuerc? el all n itions. and to be Baeiml alike in war and tu pence, the y iinitti ally inscribed n\wn the chart of the gloljp a ?rand end significant symbol ot a future confluence and ? HU a 1 < '.w. cnl'.it saw lv? in? suable la their des - dj as two o the greateet aalioest, kaadred in orltia, language, and ptnclplM of government, for the accompliahment ot etiil higher obje. ts for iiiaakind. 'l'lese objocta can be nothing leas than the oivtl aad religtoue freedoas. aad inviolable poaeoof the world. Wen end pointedly did you declare in England your dev< tu n to the pcrlcct tt< edom and equality of relt> gioaa privileges between Protestants andt atholics, ?xi every other phase aad form <>f human luth it - ii e. ? sMiry for US to -ay how congenial ami vital 1 is this principle to the spirit of our republicanism, I d l ow .Itmuh to bigotry in everv land. The et in me bigots of neither Of tbstee proinmcnt theories of faith would extend to each other the perfect toleraace which we and von would vigilantly maintain for boih. For religious intolerance, in i ver) age and dune, has bceon the d irk aad Betriff? ing fountain of political despotism. I ommcncing bj interdicting free Immiry and rational eonvictiou "I i n ina'tt rs ol faith, it lia- plepaied the ciiervaled ii,mil for passive obotUenca .and non-rcsiitimce to the eitabliebed prerogatirii of oitil government, to v. i v? r oppn - ,ivc and malign. Doctrines of Ihn erlltendeney and aim, have lately been obttsjtai 1 ; .-ii ihe pa tie nee of the American people, by avowed 1 partisans of Austria, Koine and Kuasia.in connec lion O itti vour r nine, as their illustrious and and in flueuti.il oppenenl. '1 fie \men. an people will sue tain yen In the declaration of IBoee lusher and lietter principlee eo ideatkeal with their own Hut witb preenui ent aan e^tness of conviction and approval, do we adopt your sublime doctrines of internttioual policy aad moral obUgatieMt They are the doctrinee of our immortal \S'asiiineton, and the established policy oi our country. You declare that every na? tion has an indefeaaible right to est tl> i?h or change Iteowa Inveminent, without the interference of an "tier, and that such is i a interfeiei.ee ii an aggres lioa ag.uiivttt.e con BOB lights of all nations, which all are ?<|iull\ bound to resist. This doctrine eri lieMlv inn s.iirectlv l<> ihe suppression of aggreesion. ti a moral obligation between nations being thai of r . oii.munitK s. t" pi. ?< r w thi peace inJ p'in ish its viti ation \i a t.|,ilauthropic doctrine ae a necessary and influential c culjurant of commerce? a?a guaranti at on< e of the peace and of the liberty of tlieworld.it commands our profotindeet eeneta tion and however relaetaatlv deepotK and uuen Igbteaed Datloni tnaj adoptit.il must eventually teeonte as authontativclv divine in truth, to the minds of all men, as though it were proclaimed in Ilm heavens, by a graphic arrangement of the stars. Why is it, even now, that the I nited States ?.f America bat aanaally more soldiers under arms, clothed in bright uniforms, and wielding the unerring r i!i ami the glittering steel, than either Russia or tnstrla, or any other nation upon the earth ' Why, the onirenaJ military spirit of our land, common to I ? nth and to uce, and pradotaiaaal over all ..'.hers I invasion is not dreamed of, in Ike wildest awsaary of our fancy , and the felonious impulse of eon?|ue?t t,e !*? not in our hearts. \ 00 have aaswotad neat litirstions for us, and solved our national enigma. Vou have vividly said that " this is an age in WnicB eten beyoawts thinkand.it this be true of any ; irtoi Kutcpe, Mow mm h more so of our free aad intellectual land' It is the spirit of Washington, radiating from the celestial spheres, that Infuses this i] ir t into the wtude mind of our people, and that wi.l incite and guide it to the noble?! ends. Ho on tl i ii. '.in- 4i Ki -ii ih ' his worthiest suc-essor upoa thei ..rib, aad fulfill your urn-won stand forth,like 'he h/ gei of the Apocalypse, with one foot upon the take otherB| the <? ?, and swear >e the Wi stern Continent to the Eastern, that tyranny 'hall be no lonficr. In arrwer to this do<?nimmt, which was rea.1 with much diatinctnesa, Koatsjia addre>-ed the audience ta follows Lad" i and Qmxtitmttk During the twel e Itoun 1 I,, rt had the boaOfl and luppiness to stand on your shores, you hare given me an epilogue of tr.e circumatiineei, whi? h during my stay here in An erb a, it will be my pleasure and my duty so often o aaewer. an?i which also give me a manifestation . ! tt e spirit of the people of the l/nitad Statee. [Cheers ] 1 am here on your kind and boapitaiie >bores,and if you will take into consideration Iba ? iri um?tar.ces under which I appear before you, for this ig the first moment of the couimericertient of my bard task . bard. be? . use I speak in a foreign UNS* swage wi. eh at strange to me, you will not desire a .. eg speech, but merely an expression of my warmth nt feeing and gratitude, and thankfulness for your rei.er. i.s wei'ometo me on my arrival upon your ibofftt. 1 am happy and thankful to you for the BgS yea have given to the cause of ii angary, bj d for the bopei you have expreised. for you Lave truly expressed my hot>ei, and wha/ are my detuee, '?'? as roa tell me that too deataay of your (-ouatry. is to be such as to foster the spirit of liserty, and to iezd it forth till it ?ball procura the freedom of the w? rid I rejo.ee. '< beer? | Thiaatthe present mo? niert, when the despotunut of Europe are trying ta turajourback upon the stiuggle. I hope, as yoa* al o anticipate, and my wi-bea are, that the spirit of iibeity should not only go forth and become trie g.< ry of the country but thatitehould betas iftrtt M.d the glory of the world. There uipirii in, liberty yet ai.d i'a ip>rtt ard p>wer n not dead UU yet iroee who would be free, tbemrelris mest tnbe the blow. ;t heers.J Despotism and Oiioree liea can never teat the heroic, i.obie. bor.e?l man, if be offen pr? p< r resistance. Th s is no- assary to fiteriom. I have lean t it out ol the great book of l.fe, and I hope that here, in the Fraud states, for Ike 11 i.or and glory of our struggle, that you will ant us with yeas sympathy, and imp<ar)to as, as you have imp-rted to others, a material Messias. .( been, and a cry of La l ayette ] A speaker who at tensed bmj on the steamer, and exp'4t:>ed to me how much yoa bad attended to the affairs of Hungary, as* eared me that 1 should be called anon t--trunk yu?. His words aunred me that it would be a be nett to liurgaiy am', to Hungarian Independence, which isaa .! - lepenii le condition to the freee'inn of the Ea rope an I asttaeat I itizena.i kbastkyaai ?atyou hare ?loken to me. that you have spoken tame in language which warm lue to be cartful of joining any party . tut I do come here oaJt to be a fr.cnl of the . tetly of the people. Sf the ^W.e. Because, a* I . tbem in England, I teil you here, that lata fiat.k. free . r.d open, and I der ire to respect the ao?* I eingn rirbtvof every nation, and to allow tkemto ( diipose of their domestic concert^ as ther please, .? .ii u 'resptcttrtplace or count! y. 1 came here n!?t to I m.a with jour antcrnal affairs. your concerai areae* mine. IcaaaehereinlbenBmeofadow?>ir?>l1eupe-? I pie I cum? bete ijrsi^etseatUteieeliagsaaidtaesseei hoesulh's ??pee?h.