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NEW-YORK, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1866. PRICE FOUR CENT??. EUROW:. NKtVK BY T1IK ATLANTIC CABLE T<i NOV. 11. QUAT Linn AIS . I? ht.? I Kel??? AUITT BBTWBBB EBt.LABI) ABU Till if?. . i ttetarday I At ?re, tut bl ?H0**"* ?ter. meat a friendly aJljiiioii to Arrima, m wh.eh iM bapel that ?ny ^Bastion between IM two 0?>YP ni ?.mt? of th.- i | .?.?! State? and ?nat Britain mifrht he approached in a forbearing and < oruliatory spirit which might remove all bitterness and cement the friend?) ;> ol the two M4 TBB RkVOMM MOVKMkNT. 1 i NI . Np* 10, IW6. TIM | li appointed to take I London ou the M <?f litdii.ter neat. RftiuftNvr. I v.% \c\ II - rarluunfiit hu? again been pro ".".d' _ I KAM I A Mtc RKT PdLITICAlV WH I1TT. Fauii Nov I?'.-Forty-two arrest? have been made ti aBambert of a M-I n t political MM| m Vint. 1RUS8I1 NAtRtW.E l> lilt FR1KCEM I A'.MA? FkTBKSB Ki? N? It IO -The Ciare witch and the Prince,?* Dagmar were married yesterday, with great festivity and rajoking throughout the city. The Ciar on thie occasion commuted the sentence? ?f a larg? number of prisoner? and remitted arrear? ai taie?. _ MAIN. ASOTBiR IRSIBRECTIOJ?. ? News has been received in official quarter? that an iamrrection bat broken out at Barcelona against the Nar vue j Govern n I PUHOI AMKkl? ii "?.(.\Y IK TBI HOLT UBI UBBBB NP? 11 lWi. New? ha? been MBnttWl MU of the arrival of the bark Nellie Chapin at Jaffa, from Joi.. I aft wit' t ? TI1K TlCO^Pr.ECH.A. Tbe Inn.'J >'.K?s Kt-aiii- : "a left Jaffa on the 29th ult. for Malta. fins \ um .Ml .W AM ANERI? i>' BRI?. BOARDED BT I1RATE0. !.. I Tbe American brig Luba wal bounl? ?1 hy pirate? on tbe coast af China (n?. lata). I ' < .?} tail Bid two ?MB were killed aud several wounded. TII> xTA TBS TELBGRAIH COMPAWT. A Cnife.! ?upany ha* | tbe Ktnperor <?f China to lay a < tilt Irom th? f tie North to BBBBBJM A TVl'BOO?. hhaiifrhai. N<> disaster? to the shipping, however, had baan r? period. THF FRBJHH S$T AIiBCN. The French Admiral wa- awaiting the armai of hie squadron at Shanghai, in order to ? roi eed t? Con a. . RIPOBT ?DTI 0" l.Oll>. It waa propowd ?i Myitney, Australia, to levy a ?lu:> of a ?hilling an ounce on gold np . UBI IHM A. Tbe cropt were Mt eitraord.nar.ly g?,od on the ?land Of ?onie articles only half of latt year's crop? waa eipectt d. MAltINK lNlKLLH.I M I ARRIVAL Ol'T QiEBKSiow.i, Nov. 11.-The Anchor Ms>. steam akic Iowa from Ni? Vest OH ? Um bed Li r* last nifM. SB wale lo LntrpooL FINANCIAL AND COalMKKCIAL. U.R1HI? MOXBT MABBET. 1/iitiKi!? Nov. 10-i'outolt CI'IK-J for mont] at W|. ?*??** | ANRB1CA? ?ICl'BITIBB. *"%j?aA"r Nov. u Aa>rrt**a Becaritir* la?t I : boon ( misal M1 IMBI UBI t?*ntie* a? LIVEBPOOL COTTOB MA??BT ttuB 1* quote?! too?j at 14]U M y I ' I bale?. PMtMX ? oRKisrosm \< / IH l.LAND. TH1 BRICHT BABWIBT-LETTBBJ OP TUB CATHOLIC BIIBOP*- LETTE? EBON NR FAWCETT. MR. NILX. AC -TBE TIPFBBABY BIK< TloB-BIOTIKO AT TBI POLLIBu PLACES-B A ?<?CBT TO BIB Br?B CAIRES IN BELFAST-BIPLB ?MOOTIBO IB lBBLAXO- IBJSH ABT-ntPABTrai OF JOBB NIT? H BL FBON FABU FOB AMERICA AC. AC. In SKIN <*t ?J i?M Ml of perseas to ?peak at the hanquet to John Bnght ha* bMB somewhat altered ?icce I last wrote. Mr. Hil ?i.l M/t b? present. II? >. irai el. Lg OB the coe ' and will be uuaMe to attend. ( apt Whits, who wss alfs vd last week for Tipperarv, will address tbe meet tog. The Vary KM MM 0 Hnn of Limenek will be saa af tbe speakers to the toast < f " Ci* J and lUligious Liberty. ' l^stUrs in BBBsJ to their invitation? hare bsea rareived by tb? CXIL .'.<. rrout n.ost of tks Catholic I ?hops sad Bishops of lisbali? F.itrscti from som? 0/ Ui?s^ m?y srovs .Dt?rr?tiur to th? Malar. ILi l.o.i sana?' CsreUual Caliea writes u folio? I E. ll??BT IMMIN (?Cl 11 1MIS is ?it.n ?hai.ka foi tlr kind ness ?it BevebfflMBS ? Sir Bright at diaaar ?. th? ?ni. .L.I.UI Ja coaiBi.ib w.ib tfee (rtat Major ityofoarfrl '? ?? Hi?- I:.:?L.I ( ?r? a grrai iietit o/swstBsidl lo tai dlstiarwsie?? lUHsmw III? Hooorot 0* uaur.atlMsof lu?Herat 1 abusrs his touraft lu aseaibtig thal ' -? BBStal a?. .1 I R-, I ?t. 1. ??> . ... t.\ foreign BrflM as Iks* oouatrr and ?kkeh for cvstun^s bas pravrd span Us nuns, kB? ?sswlksss to wbtair ?rolx- 1K>B and secoursfi-iBent ' tm.1 trnaalA. ami bis ?aYrts t? gist? Uma? wbo kars barn SS MSjS trsAdsSSo? H b? r?rar??Uii|t la? s 00 a ?Mitioa ot ??jSSlitg wak ?Tcry < iMt of tkstr SNSVTSICS, bsv? twiaet! fur BBB tk? sBSetis? nf a ?arru r..art?d p?<\"t wbo 1 M Bar say sen.. <. that arr r?D?terr?f to tua Earling as I 1 lo I ? '*M b? kapfv tejoBl la ?<"ir tnai.ifrpta ' gratitude foi tb* atrvlie* aireatlv rcadared IT air Mnrbt tai this i?lard ?en It not Hat otber ergngen.er.ti reo ?lar it isnuassibk for mr la ac?eft of Tour invitation !!? ?auf ih?- reerTtbini ?ii sii'cr??! aeoord.bf lo jour de ??rea, I remalli wilt, gnat ?eteen Tour di ? PAM ( ?ki CtUBB To IBs Hob 8*rretanes ?f list Bright Banquet Dr. Cantwell, bishon of Meath, IL LIS letter, ?ay? that " no mar. ID Fcg!ai,d ?leservra IH tier than Jdr. llngt.t tb? nsarksd and gr?tefu! uritvre of ti * p?o; le 1 f Irr-?ami Dr. 4/Hsa, Hishoi. ol koa. write* tktt hut for the pressuri of ?tutiea ?rhuh lAnuot be uustpoued Le would bs " most luippy Ki be present oe ?Qth an occasion ?ud to Job with tay f?ll.,w?juLtrymen ID paying a wej-ileserved tornpli aasat to tbe liberal, generous and br.te.t Mr. Bright for having in his piaci in Parliament advocated the eau? of Ireland and manifeated his r sad 1 ness to ad ian oe her inter ..*.?" -ABAhesay? . It is hopeful u> tad au iLluential mem ker of Psrliament like him dmsrtg L-mmlf A those BBSMBBBM "hu I i-i. a SMli to tr,ai.T IBSB . I. I , . Ho] .ad to 11.ark him raudidiy tracing la bit forcible ianguage tbe many BrievaLce? of out uasappr c< unry t(. ile uns a-uvrrnniri.it o. i.rr rub ra, I>r. Waish. Uiakop of Oesorv it for? ed lodediBStas invitation in conteqocniw of uie ?>at> of his health, 1*1 BBTsi " I appreciate ?ha ?I jeot of tbrbeb'jurt and esteem Mr. Bright as tb* friend ?if ir*. land and of tie h-man rate of *T*fy eli nts BIMI s?lof l>r < <,i.a!., Bl ?boo of K.iuiorc, writit in comphmentary lena? ' ??Vi he it " [.erfe. tly satitnod that ti 1 -b ?bd In?! Lethe opwatug of ? li .gi. . ?u'ure for Un ui h?| [ v aud mitgor Disbop of Cora n ?.-rets that be Is " BBaAs? to take acy sbar. 11. this ti bute to one of the at: Veeny, BI?L^ -I?, I. fir no4 sbar. 1, .. r Mr. Bright fnj I graii-ful for Bia mm m m. ,*'i ?, of toa 1-*?? ?.. net 1 tn a 1 ?l prrsei 1 aegln 1 by ?bleb Fngliah iniiiitt.-rii Waal Bal T"f) havi Ireland? poverty and ?httffection a disgrace. a wcalneta, and a danger to' the Cmted Empire." I>r. Leahy, Arch MtatM of Caahel, ?av? Mr Hrlght ii til? friend <>f Ireland In rarliameat and out of Parliament be stand? forth to pawl for jumce tw Ireland with Ki) the power if Ina mascoiiDc eloquence, and with ?a ' t-oldnes? more Iriab than that of man; of the Irleh them Mhaa Me >le?er?e# the gratitude of the people of this country. II? I? worthy of any mark of rvepect th.it i ould b? p?'d to hiui iat?M yu.ti? men who ha?c proposed to entertain bim at a banquet do but testify the esteem ID which John awigM t? Ml by etrry honeit man ID tbe ?and. and tbe c>>und?Dce re i ,u. MM the gratitude felt toward bim ' Duncan McLaren, member of parliament for GlMgovr. regret? that he will be unable to attend. Hetty*; "No one eau feel more deeply than I do the injustice whick ha? lot.e to Ireland and the urpent necewitv for aa im? mediate change ' and ho add?: " The fir?t vol? 1 gave in Parliament wa? one of sympathy for Ireland, hy voting for the amendment of tbe (i lso'uoghue, to add an addi? tional paragraph to the addree? in antwer to the Queen ? ?peech, when I wa? one of a very ?mall minority; and, I behove the only member from Scotland whotupported it" Mr. Kaw, ett, the member for Brighton, conclude? hi? letter thu?: " I tru?t you will permit me to ?ay that a? long a? 1 reruaiu a member of the Honte of Common? no Govern 1 M k11 obtain my confident e unie?? 1 believe that it is pre?ar? d to cam out a wiae and enlightened policy towurd lrefaLd.' Arm Mr. John Stuart Mill write? a? follow?: AMI.V.N, Oct 00, l8?. In?* '-in 1 <<?ki bardW have received any invitation of a pul.? kind which 1 ?hould hat? had MI much pleaiure in com ?lyme- w ith ?s ?Bat in war it Mer of the 4tti ?nit, which hu only jual reached me 1 feel a? grateful a? if I were myself an lriih stan to wbc*ver dots any service to the cause of Ireland, ami there i? no one wto haf betta? earned the gratitude of Irishmen than Mr ?rigM aftta it only hy his noble ?peech on the Ilabea? Con na Sosw i.tjvn Uil J :*S?rd the honor which you are pay fflg TOM? ?> ir. iriff ortaW ftep toward e?t?bli?hlii?- that?;? j at he ti?- rortpernt ion Vet wee n the Knelub and tbe Jjilh L^bviaJ* 1 beginning of which wa* happily made in the loaf scsnon. and which ia not only ?e^rntial to the earlv uttpinmcnt of the Legll latne improTemVnt re?iuired by boin loMtne?, but m ia lUeit. of tbe moat atupicioui promise'for tb? permanent well being of the whole Empire Ireland doe? not. howeier ?tarni in need of ?ueh a voice na mine to a?M?t ber M doing honor to ft? < uiincut friend and 1 am prevented from availing my?li o? your imitation not n . r? ly hy distan? c tut by i he mm ii n.ore ceno?? obstacle o? pu ?King occupation? which require tie i>\otion BJ all ?] t.me up to the reassembling of Parliament I am very sincerely and r< 'i? i tfullv youri? I I MILI To the llo'n. Secretary of the Fright H?nqnet. Thi? banquet n really exciting a great degree of interest here and in England also. The room in which it ii to be held ?iii ace ouimodste about 400j>er?<.ni; if there were .MI ? for boo the |date? would be filled. On Monday and 1 m ?day mit there will be amah for ticket?, wh.?h cannot be i>ui[iu'd. aa I understand the entire number bavn al? ready been disposed of. I Le applicntlona from repre?en tative? o? tbe press. Irist., Kng!i?h and American, have Mai very numer?os, and in most capes Lave Nen renfc ?!. A (f.uplc of jour eoteii.portiries will be r? prenn'fd there; I will have the honor ?.) taking cale of the interest! of Tut Turon, Clergymen of the Estahlnlied Church continue to crowd the < oiuuu,? of the daily yapera with letter? arguing the fitnes? of?ever?! persons to till the Ne of '1 MM, MM* d by the death of Hishop I'lunket Ina Government ;?. pvint? to tho?e places, mid whenever a BbtwM d es the^n is any amount of letter-writ:-ig t i tin- pn M, Batting Bp quite a number of candidates. The number of oottmnnii utioi ? ? to one journal on the subject may bo ima? gined from the following aaajtaMw, with ? nu bona of th' m '? Dear Sir- I have just reud, of ?1 ur.-i Britt pi at st. the ten letters that uppear ia y?ur paper ?>f thu day with reference to the anticipated Ippoiltaest W the vacant Itisboprit of Ti.ani ' And *l.< n t!.e ?ntergoeaon to add OM li.ore to th'' list of pt .. I ?Ot ti.? pi . sidon. In the ?ame tourtia! and in connection w ith those do? uinent?, f openrs the following hnn.orou? communn ?> in mine wiiggi-b nu ii.Li? r of t !???* profea?ioti i ca?a tac Rein of Tt uni ha? bag ?a ' Mae* ateeptetM Nevei . an 1 open your paper, ghi ?Itho'lt a sliudiler I I re. I ft ?een icy name put forward but eveai that dr? ad ..:. the w?m r? of SUkpension Sir i - ? oaapaaalaai an?i l UBI MBM I . . .<. o? ruse Huit !,? document and. if any earreapoaaeni should writ? to you urging m\ ? lalBM to tba \i" ant ^-? i ??-t. pa| ? r ivor to rotara giwl for e'ul. an! <>i ita I ? M |*trr. limul qui illiifi? . ??, .?. :i n.jr? maflie lu,? , - 'I Ililli. rd aid ? .'ti of bl lb r thku a ?lo/ni ? - rr." .? f which ?KO i . i I appeal * in 1... len , ( ? . \- s Bil I.? IATS rica1. retnriiS < f tht '.g* tfcaTlpparaj lorMr. Uuldr' i. tnaTary candi? date i "mund '.'.Ht't ai d IkMa lor ( . j I II kraa, the Literal i 41* giving tbe Liberals a u.a.or.ty ii iol. Mr. Waldron? ?ot.-r? were 111 brought froiu thuir reii^""-? Ji?atk/^iHJArtat.SM mMOkrJf Mmp?n>?? St ??WeW tai MIMM That i? quite the ?'Kimon custom at Irian ii?. The tenantry who " vote with their landlords ara alwaya watched and guarded m thi? way. The bailiff? are present to .*. that none of thi m following the I cal of their inclinations, ?ball deaert to the popular ?ide, and the ??ldier? ?.re present to f-ave th? lu from being pounded to ?mithereen? by the mob. AtlLeypa?? along the roadi and cou,?- into the towns, in the midst I f lu? of fixed b?y<> Lit?, ? ?tranger kxiking at the sr? ne night ?uppoi? they were gang? of malefactor?. A? each party it thus brought in, you learn " who?? votera they aie. ju?t aa you might Lear to whom variout drovia of oattie belonged. It.i? batch now coming up between the line? of rod coats and Baching bayonet? are Lord Clonmel s tenantry. That other batch between those gaily caparisoned dragoon? are Lord Lismore'? tenantry That black string of men, with prancing lancen on Maa side of them ut Lord Derby i tiLM-try. And io on. Yet in ?rue of constabulary, IB fantry and cavalry, they are aaaaifed. Mower? of stone? are let fly at them, rustir* are made at them, the ?oldien face about and charge, the people retreat a little and coma on to the attack ?pam But tbe landlord party have a mob |M The soldier? cannot prevent colinton?, and they thamaelvet come in for no ?mall share of the blow?. Kumbera of the ?'ttt? and independent? ar? tumbled ID the ?treen officer? ara teen rid? ing abott with cut head?, seven 1 ?c.oaeUis form* ara hanled into the nearest houae? and a report goea out that they aro dead. Such is the order of thing? at many Iriah election?, and ?uch it waa ?t tome of the poll ing place? in Tipperary on Saturday last, at Thurlo? ?pe? nally. Well, the popular party elected their man, the landlord? we?? beaten , but it is taid they have vowed re? venge, and that some of the voter? who oppooed them ml) erelong find themselves without farm?. The people are aware of the?? threat?, and they are aayiog for their pall that, if th? landlords prcHeed to eviction? ID cons?quente of Ibu election- woe betide ti em Sir Hugh Cairn?, Member of Parliament for Belfast, and Attorney-Genera! for England, who lu latelv been promoted by I^ord Dert v to a piece on the Kngli?b Hencb, wa? entertained it . public banquet by hi? constituent? at lUltait on yeaterday e?eniLg. The company numbered about five hundred penon?. bir Hugh made a ?peech full of gratitude, of courte, to hi? friend?, and full of praitei of the Bntiih Constitution, aod of the Tory party, whom he tike? to be the onlv guardian? of that treaiure Ile | had ?everal hiti for Join Bright and for the democratic pm.riple? favored by that eminent agitator. Tbe great ?lory of the Bnti?h ?'costitution, it ?opear?, corni?!? in the fact that the great m?)oritr of the itntiih people have no part in making their own law* or ?hapinc the policy of tbe country. " I am not for revolution,' ?aid Sir Hugh the revolution referred to being an extention of the fran chne. " I am not for tramfemng our properties or our 1.bertie* t<- the tyranny of a multitude. 1 believe that if ou tranfferred the government of tne country into the and? of uara number?, you would endanger property; and I believe-for h.itorv and experience alike teaoh ni this-that ?f you endanger property you mort inevitably endanger lieerty " I? property, then, Lnaafe io America) No one ever ?aid or thought to. I? liberty uoknown there t Tba world u aware that there it no' freer land under the ?un. And yet tho?e Tory gentlemen will go on talking in thi? manner ' The fact ia, when they ?peak of property they mean the peculiar arrangement? by which land m the?? oountriea it conserved in the band? of a few famille?. In the courte of ht? add re??. Kir Hugh, a? a member of the Derby Government-for that he 1? ?till, and will be for ?orne time-dec?and ?gaunt the popular daimi for a reform of the High Church ettablithment and cf the educational ?yttem. What wonder, then, that the Tory candidate? ahould be BO vigorouily optroied by tbe popular party at the election? T air Hugh. I may add, i? ty univeraal acknowledgment one of the abieit lawyer? io the three Kingdom?. He it an Inthman. and the Ant of ti* nation who ever ?.led the office of Attorney-General for KngtiTjd. Tbe tatt? for rifle-ibooting whitb ha? lately been very much developed al! over Eurolie, and which ha? been ttimu lated in England by the establishment of the volunteer lyt tem. i? extending to thi? county. Several lrithm.cn have distingu'.iLed theu.selvc? by their ?Looting in the English competitioh? during the pr?tent year ana an Irish rifle man ha? won for thi? country tba ?plendid " International Irophy,' winch wa? ?hot foi, aome month? ago, by na ti ve? of the thrte Kingdom?. Encouraged by theae tuc ceaaee. a number of lriih gentlemen are now making ar raiigemei.U for the holding of an annual comp?tition in Inland. In referenc? to thi? matter Lord Daflcriti, a no? bleman of large etbxUs in the North of Ireland, ha? aent a letter to Major Leech, who i? prominently connectod with tke movement, in which he aayt 1 am very giad to beer that vou contnler there ii a prmpect of f alTe to urgeniie rifle shoot,i.g u, ti.ii coualry in au tffieieiit B.anner In the furtherance of thi? end I ?han tie kuppy t< line* ?lUnyear for three incoes?ive year? at tli? alspoaftj oran) oaauBittaa or ?st?? .at.on which may beforuwl ti' carry your purpose Into effect It.? only <on?lltlon? I ibonld ?ed lo attach to ti I? ?ub?cription ?'? i!d l>e that the ?um ted in prure? to be abut for at Claa ? I Hft < , 1 Ihi? i? geoerou? on the nan of hi? lordship. Itahotjld be recollected that Ireland does pol Batte? into thoie Dam ouana1. The nrorgan./atiom ia Gicat Rritaio train a . numbera! rxark-m, : Bl HU lb? I apa< ityof that i ' '. ter ra? on' uUlen I y Uv?, raatn? t the ', ooaaemioij ot fir? arm? to a . omp : lil ? 1 i-r* oi | i person?. Therefore it ran hardly beeipected that is thf?e matter? Ireland cen come up to the mark of the '.?liter countries. ' In mattera of art, Irishmen have always held a high place, and the artistic genius of the Irish race receives, hill acknowledgement in England. At cresent several of the foreinoct artists in tLat country aro natives of the Oreen Isle. The sculptor Foley is at the head of his pro feaalon. McDowell, another Insh ?ouliitor, is deservedly famous. Lalor and Doherty a*s rsmdly working their way upward to a like position. Then Daniel Macliserack? A. I. among " Euglish painter? as they are tailed. But I need not follow out the list any further. These remark? are suggested to me by the fact that at the recent annual oompelltion of the British and Irish school? of art which was held m connection with the South Ken? sington Museum, oui of liri ?chools that of Dublin took second rank. The numbers of medal? won by the ?ucce??? ful arboola were aa follows Manchester ", Dublin 7, B r ? ingham 4, Edinburgh S, Glasgow 3, Liverpool I, New esstls I. John Mitchcl, the Irish rule whose career has certainly not been a fortunate one. but whose honesty and talents are beyond all question, has again left Europe for Arnon, a He left Pari? on Thursday ejening. Oct. Iii, to aail from Brest to New-York. Ile take? with bim a large box full ti ' loid? of the Irish Kenuhlic ' which tho Moffat Man? sion party of the Fenian Brotherhood were so good a? to send mm for sale in France, but of which it was simply impossible that be could make any use whatever. Refer? ence to these bond? I? being frequently made by some members of the Brotherhood pratt? much a? if they were matter? for which Mr. Mitehel bad failed to account. Ile will account for them by showing the whole lol un? injured and untouched to tno?e who sent them. ALEXANDRIA. TUB BOYPTIA? A?D THE EUROPEA!? POWEIS- BX ClTBMEST ABOUT THB UNITE? STATES' POLICY OB KUBOPBAK APFAIR1-TBB ?UBI CABAL-TTJBRAr KSBB I Ni'!* DATION OF THB NILE-TUB ?'OTTOS ?BOP. Float *uf Bperltl OorretpcaeV.,(. Ali BJBBBBA ?Vt 19, )e*H We are neither deaf nor dead to theeventuulitieeof a ?conflagration in Enrope, and to the probable consequence upon Egypt and the Ottoman Empire. OMUSDIIS and Fel? lahs are not great politicians-I mean the population in bulk. Their mind Is not of a speculative turn, but they have a vague idea that what we call very improperly Eu? ropean oiTili/atioB will, in the long run, tubdue tho whole of them up to tho Asiatic frontier. So pi rvuadod they aro of it, that if the (Ireat Powers were to decide an iui Bieiliate eipulsion of the 1*1101 s tr. ? ni ? 'onstantinopln. Ho BcriOBI opposition ?nulli be msiic, the ile.iee wouhi lie Wteiltoa a? a matter a? Boam. Bat were one of Hie first Powers to atta?k Turkey, they would fight with biart and soul to the last man. A 0BM BJ8EM BBS BBBB pei-dm-cd BJ the BO cull???! change of [?.li? V of the Unite?! State? toward European affiuis. TaWtSJBtoaftBS day, here and nil over the hint, us )..u muy well believe, m the alleged demand si tho ('ahmet 0, Washlaftofl to the Ports "f a v < ?rBars la harbor, under an American flag, an Anuru an fleet, with a riebt ofpr?[> erty on it. Trne or not, IBS BSattSf is fully dtss tueed, ?nd I may say admitted, lim frier.ilship existing just now be? tween the Stales and Huif.a is ?'ousulcieit a? a proof that ?oniething of the kimi i? falBa SB. tai you will under stand, oy the following translation of an article publish*.I in a Smyrna newiiniier, how fsr, if not how Justly, g<>< s the aBsBSBB St the levantine pt? BE " The whole positi'iu is now hinging tiy ii hoad ? h,nr,?vi ::k?n;nK' every Bay. Nu pi h ?m s Marta u la? fr. m kwtag good, M1 BB M BJ M mortal as tho simplest pea ?ant, he u.ay ditappcar fn front *tege of the world BOOBST 'han we ?jessi t'i BIB) I '. .rh'id such B SSBUBntT, hut in the hi pothesi t Miming a fa. t, wo would sec, ?ubi open, the pla by l(u?si? behind the curtain an American sud a Kusaiaii last EaBBBBJ IB IBS MBBMEBS. ami taking PMSSSatoa of it, a Ki.sinn army pas?irig IBS Pn.tb, lbs I> IBubs, invhdmg I'urkey by land, an?) pUBtiBB on IBS minaret of M. | I | IBS flag of tM CBV. What I. >akl England do alone, fur we I'.uiiiot fur an instant tappo*? that un taastJtatsI I'ruesia would join her III the ttmgglc against tho savage invasion of the Northern hear." N? Enough to tiye j oil an nie* of pnhlic opinion ia the ?ase atumt oomn.g and probable events. DaEBtto th* sa ?. acted, .?oli si votent, lioui Ismael l'atha by the Imp nsl I tor iu favor of the So?* Csnal, the universal ?ompany it woiaiLg its last ready ?ash toward the achievement af a BtbSBBS which ?ill Iie\. r , ?ill it lx> li kaaat so much the ipxstion as ?ill it b? finished at ail ' Money and time. tlESS s :. nty of Ixilh, could answer it. Althoj^b M d? Ness? , ? .'.st informed the 1i ropesa publi? ttr- ? f'ompany n ready Is trantport goods from the Mediterranean lo I IBB. dont belle \c for B lUiL'ite thal anything like a Diari tiiue dream I? ?>|i*n to use 1 he real ? ni.?traction of tbat advertisement-a hi HanmUi runt thin Portion of the u?,.?,. i< mi , au?. '. inf.,nu .wai. LM*U atan*. Isb, through which peases th* intended great ?anal, ar* to be ?tills*?! for the navigation of aai-*jottooi*4 ?rafta foi oo?l and heavy gooda. In this the only thing wanting is. 1st. People rliipi-sed to adopt such untufe and imp.-rf.ot means, li, Insurance eompanivs wUllag to take IBS risks. As to it? ? .imperative i hcapnets nothing it said of it, and the Egyptian (lovemu.eut ha? already p?rulis, d the offer hy mlucmg to a discreet BtOMfttaa their rai!? ay tar.If of transit. The greatest ?lift.. '.itr las usefulneu ?I the canal will meet with it in the continual reproduction of the moving mud, forming the bottom of the M ranean side of the work?. On a length of BbsatNkito meter?-from Rer-el-Ercb. to P<>rt??id-that s.miy oh ?tecle is shown in all its dreadful aspect. 1 he mud brought up BJ the dredging hosts and deposited on the embankments is sinking inch bj in?h into uiifathon.e.l depths of the same ttutt. so that when engineering will begin the solidity of it will be put to a d?-ci*ire ment. This I? no dream al all, and the French engineer? tbemselvss consider it s very hard problem as > Since my last, a new calamity has been threatening ni for ?everal'deyi, during which cotton speculators, kept in a sensational suspense, haie done their worst The Nil* increasing hourly was on the evo of overflooding the whole of ?superior Egi pt. While on this side of Cairn, dykes ware Suppose?) to rive way. If such had been the case many thousands of hales of cotton would have been endangered, if not entirely lost. The Viceroy, who is our richest merchint and tbe largest grow? of the coun? try, has b?*n very active. lie sends atril tua military .ngiucert sod soldiers everywhere where danger wa? feared. Defects were made good, not without an im? mense trouble, for the unrulv waters were raising sod ruuLitig at a fearful rate. Fortunately this unieaionable mi mist.on came t< t stop just in tbe nich of time. Had the impending calum .tv lasted a single day more all the crops and ??x1 would have been irretrievably lost. It K probable that the la?t monioon brought a deluge of rain between tho tropics, ou both ?ide? of the Nile, and that both affluents of the Nile, aa well the great lakes, were filled up to an unknown el tent Never was the river so muddy and so re?! in Basai avery promisiug feature for next years crop?-for the rich loaiii held in dissolution in the filio when deiw<tit<d on the fields will insure a splendid yield to all sorts of producers Cotton fields are looking remarkably well and healthy, although tbe plants are ratbor thin and low. This is owing to the difficulties the Fellah? have to deal ?ith the earlv irrigation of their land I tuld you of ?be magnitude of the epidemic which carried away almost all our available cattle. Well, the disease is still raging here and there, and horned an?mala are dung hr ?corns De? prived of them, the Fellahs have beru unable this year to | till and wet as much of cotton land a* they wished f?<r IB, initeadof doing imperfectly a large work, they uu derf ok it on a ?maller and reasonable seale, affording them more care and attention. Plowing and irrigating hy machinery i* bv no means popular with our eouutry peo? ple. They doiA know how to manage it. Fuel brought from Eugland is very dear, and repairs almost imposulde in the Interior; besides, good workmen and mechanics are not to be found. Altogether I think that the beforehand promi?ed m.' lion of hales > about 3? rwt each | is tobe reduoed to TUO.uoo or flOO.OOO, for the campaign ending iu March, 1867. Hut nothing positive can be ascertained yet; all reports emanate from speculative maneuvers, which cannot be pa. lied upon. The first gathering has come to the markst. the quality is good and very strong. It all 1? doing wall, and' price* sustained in England. Next crop will be nearly doubled. The Fellahs are afresh full of courage, and believe that America will never be able to control tht bull Ikty hive ni loan in fSe South. They ?ay, In their witty turn'of ?peech, the negro's soul is ?ahout (l>aton-?tick), and without it they won't work-so America will never supply Europe with c'?t ion as bef ire. I dont Indorse their opinion-I give it for what it ii worth. 'Ihi- market ii bri?k at $<.'.' IU and $?. per cwt. of 44 Kiilng?. Money dear and scarce, snd conhd<inoe io the same ratio. I am oertaln that some of your hrtt /lovr, in barrel, would meet with good price?. The ?peculation II worth a trial. TUB BALTIMORE Tf?OLBl.F.S. eoxcLCMoj? or Til HABKAI CUBPUE AM IMBAT, ar riiimiri TO vas raiacsa. Hai-TiWOkB, Nov. 10.-The argument ou the uew Police Coinmiasionere habeas corpus case wa? concluded thu altemoon. Judge Bartoi will anuoutioo his decision on 'I uesday. ST vstaasura TO TIS fane??. bAlTlNuKB, Nov. 11.- -lhere is UincU luterest I learn the decision of Judge Hartol in the hsbea? corpus case of the I'olico Commissioner? spjanuted le ?tai Swann to succeed the old Hoard, und lu the ens- Bl S'unff Thompson, who was arrested a:id comm.tied for not sum BtaasBf a poese in answer ka the reqni?ition of tBS appointed i oliiUiHSl'Uicrs. rbS dexiAMB MBBBSataltg ? "vr the whol? ground s- ' . um - und t!i? soaaaaaaal resrslltj or IllesraJitj ??f lbs ling? in .luiiu'c Ho,isfa < oiirt. It is genei di) lulu-VII) tlo.1 i,,,.. >wstin will ' ?manna ?n extra m i ?I n ststmi m graal taosasal to ti.. - ... tt|ii ; :oi COBSidsr 'ion. THE METEORIC SHOWER THE FALUNS OF THI STABS OF lPM TO BB RBPKATED -THB PHILOSOPHY OF THB METBOBIO 8HOWBH. The grout meteoric ihower of 1833, which many person? now lrvtag ?aw, and which all have heard deaeribed aa a ?igbt of ?orpetekng beaatj and awful sublimity, 1? to b? re? peated between miilalght and morning of tomorrow or Wed? nesday, if the theone? of astronomer? are not at fault. Th? retara of tai? eitraordiaary cele?tial phenomenon i? awaited with ?xelted interest by ?eieoune men, and al| clam? cannot fail to be impressed with the expectation of tuch a rior.i'o? ipectacle aa the sudden illumination of the night iky by a grand display of celestial fireworks, executed io profoi n?l iii -nee and extending over the whole firmament Io Boatae, lb? loerd of Aldermen, at their last meeting, requested the Sup? ? ,t odentaf the Fire Alarm to notify toe people of Bolton of the predicted meteoric display, m c?M it occur?, by itnkir.r ihe t re alarm, and it wonld meet the wishes of tent of thouiati li of ,ieopl? in our own city If some similar plan ?hould be adopt' d b our authorities, though no doubt most of theeo will rhoosc t itay up all night, to make ?ure of thi? sight of a Hletimc. Th? phenoiiifinon ofihooth.it star? is familiar to every on?, a? there ?re but 'ew sight? in Uki year when one or mort cannot batean tome, here in the beeren? It hat long been known that twice a y?ar a greet raa?y of these ?tar? may be teen, ?onie time? hundred? ia on? eight. Ou the vth anti loth of August and l?th aad 11th of November of every year small shower? oceur. Beside the periodical character of thi* phenomenon. It h?? beca n? ti-,1 ?st. on each <x ? uMoii of ii meteorio display, the meteor? >li?e>.-i from particular constellation?-the August ?bower, from '.Be ?tarli, Cauxlupardah, and the November .bower ffoni -ka ?tar ..?amma. LtonU, on? of th? ?tar? forming the nch|< In that ?x-nitcllatj??. Further ?j ?at,gatum of tmi phenomenon hal led to the discovery of i?ot u-r period of meteoric shower? beilile the annnal ona This js-riot] consist? nf 33 year?, which separate the re?"? reen? % o.' extraordinary meteoric ?ho?cr?. Between the yean A. fl 903 and A I) IKO, 13 of thew great ihoweri are recorded, teparated from each other by Interval? of X) ?id ? year?. Tie hut two occurred in November, I7v?, and in November, Ir i It i? not a httl? remarkable that the epoch of the?? great peri odie ihower? eoiru id? with tlw aanoal November shower, and that tin ir point of divergence ia the heaven? l? the ?ame. In deed the ph< nornenon of tong period differs from that of the an mull ia nod, only in Ita numerical character What is tie cause of this phenomenon and it* diversity f Iber? i? but < ne theory which ?atisfaetorily explains all the ob? rere?! phen.iu ?na This theory ?uppoac? that th? i? m m in numerable um iber of nictiiirs cn? uUlfug round the ?nu IU urluis lying el?x?e to ? m b otlur foriuniK a rteg which intersect? the earth . Oft t I (vin pin,'a aad Hist th" earth pasee? through the itera? ?in a kOiBI? ?in th? !Hh and nth of Auguit, ami on the rember ann ?lally When the earth plaagct tuto ibis ai- t-i.rit'iti? mu on tti? ?e octasioas. teepheiiittn? non of .tooti.?g atan takes pi????? IM iaaitaabty of numbers n ?uti? factunly uc??oi nted for hy ??ippo?itii< the meteon ?rtitrtbub'd in group ID the meteoric mir; [M earth i tieotii?eringa ?mt gi ?mp ?i. iaacbmittitmeata tha enrth nut on?, u? i years tit? ntion w i? first ?i.i? ' t?d '" tho? p? ii-idlc ratera of tb?i ii'tiorn ?howers ?jo occasion of the prodici?n? ?wi\rm which '? -I :n N. ?th J ii- r,i , l.ifseen the r.'tli and I Ith of Vi ?rrttod by Vntnmr Otaaeted oi [few Tbe star? fell ?a tai* occasion like fink es ?if ?mi? to'. ber, as ?ns ? ?t.mated, of'.MO,???) In ti " rp*! I of B?M t.utir?, ajl?l ?artlng ni ?it?? from a moving point oi ph?<?ph?'i? ?cent lia M ritjwM of the nicoll? ?BUMEH i ka avant important aMswasv tlon made wa? hat they all epp" ired lo p.<* red from th? ian? quartern! the I. kraal, UM riciiiitj. n ami i > at* IM atari tam mu. . leo and ?JlMMB lb.it I that t.,? U>??e?taaw?W?B?i. tiiei i nntinned ti-l'iire from the ?aine point. It ??. ii by Kn.ke th.it thi? point wa? the wt ?li.??, linn i which the earth at? nyuing In h? r orbit al 1 In ition beiug durai led to raaaedatj t^fwaraaaai al aa ki LI| it wita ni??' red with tarai i?e that *ev? ml oi t?<? ?usrkaade bad ?a? nrred on tbe ?wine ?i?y of Novcmlwi, >MII nil!) ti at reen bj Humboldt at I'umuna in I'I'.IV, and hy nth? . "t -' i ? ' . >'.i J.! of th? ? ililli I hi ' o ?in waa again ol??er.i-<t bj the t':;)te?l iib ami 11th though h-? int? lire though often I altoi al ?eat, this ptw-noincnon has ie. uu. ?I ? uh ?ui n regularity, both in Atierica and Europe, inn !. r iMdataali I'etMfl ? ?Bel ad moat enthu?l??tienlly Into the i'otinil. rate i th? result of wkick wt? ?D BBB? |Mi.??r put.lulu?! in TA/ daMTtaM .fi.i?'?il "f .Vifii?-? In le'M lln gi-neial renu'ts ?if hi? iiiu'*tli;?tloae ware 1 'I hjt the meteors oi I-1 rigta beyond i he limit? .of the meteor? did uot pin ' ke nf .:,,. i i.rth ? motion which ?a? 'lcU.?ll?.jet le ,'roui a ?.a I .? ? ice,bl of the piaie ??en? .? the iue|e.,rs einan?te?l abow efth?-earth waa about :2 rJHaiiW, l!.i?w?s . on ni ?lirl.-r? it "I'?' fi iii?-us ainU' In differ! placea and fruin utgomiiucWitai cul?-ilaliuua h being at'rii. ted !o it by '. I 1 :!h ..,-Hu, lit lines, and in diree ? '.?.a ?n.i.-i.l? rahl? ?li.it.iie es, wer? taiailel arti ?ark nth. i , raw? ?ntteatjl ana Kartt'a aamaeafraaa witt a vataatt? *?ren? ivrsctonii m more ibita 10 mu?-? BJBBJMT than tt? '-/.?".'/. vc1?- it? ?.f a cannon tall, end abase* 19 The ?tetnor? e?Mi?t?ted of MmatjatlMe m-tter anti took tire and ware roe ?no? ed lo trat ?milo- tbe atmoapht-re I hey wer?? .itlngfUbed ka a ?satiaer resembling a rorahostihle body litre a ?kr r.? kel 1 hat they look lire lu ile atmosphere, wa? UJrWTwd nom I they ?ere u?,t limul,on? li. idrir uri^iaal .n Ui ?|?..e otherwise the body whence they emanated aouul ?luve l*rn lisible. . st 1MB? ?.( Ho lsiger n,el?or? ii.mt ha?,? leen Italie? of tt.eiu aaaaBartag largvw khan lhafal moon >u?-h a Naiv ?e?n at 110 miles <lnt?nc<- was ?u|i:-.?c?l to ha>c been one mile II ?liarueter at I ,.( mile at ."?I mile? ?me Iftk of a ?nile . at '?1 n,il<? um tan nu? ' I of a mile oi #4 feet - I hat th?- meteor* w?re constituted of ltg-ht ni,?l transparent material? for if tl??v had been ?tBarrwiaa thi ir ::i"ii.eutuui woubl have fieen ?ufflcleal to enable them to make theil way through the atmosphere M the s-trlnce ot the earth and if th? y were not tr?in?parent liodie? ti.et teeJd Mt fear? ? xuted to getln-r ii t ?. ir or.final state without being luht 1 ?i the ?jil?- ?tlon " What relation did the Nxly a hich afforded the meteoric ?lo??r suatn.it> te the ?artli 1 1'i'of (llmstead de voted much thought the raault of which wna, that themitioi? condtted of pot ton? of the extreme part? ol a m huh - which rev? ?tes around the ?uti In an orbit Interior to that of the ??lib but little lu lined to the plane "f ti.? e.li?tir having 111 ????.ellon near lo tie earth ? path and having a periodic tim? of lft ?layi nearlv Hy thi? con? I-jua he account? for the m. non remaining ?o long atatlunary with re?pe<t to the earth, and ar.irera toll? otu Mtiafacliiui at ha?t the fm Why ih? pi<cnon,?n?jt wa? seen io a ptrticulur part of the heavens anil why It returui at ?tuteil period? haMi.p appeore?l ' at atocha, iu Atabla Ju?l oo yeal piin-iling anl m | manner | ver/ ilmklar Pr?f Olmiteod w?? ?upported la hi? Basan b) t!.r opinion en t'.itau.ed bv Arago ou th''?ubjet t Thi? ?.i lion j;.er iBjpeaad . bat llera wen ajwrtadaM N-iie? BamjaaaM ??f nel uiou? m?f I ter ?uuller lo th? Uli* of cornel? circulating louml the ?na In a Min* or rug that crosses the earth ?orl it at that patt wh,re it is aUfUt ti' IBtb ?f Noveuibcr at d thst ?orut ot thrin drawn from their counts hy tit? earth . ?(traillen fall toward il n'utaklug fir? when the; enter th? at.o?*pbere in ouneiiueiiee of their great telooitv pie?eot the lummou? phenomenon of fulling .rat? The oody or bodie? whence then- mete,.is proceed he eiioslderad a? uuqu??ll>tii?bly In rapid mottete performing . ret" lut,.m sreucil Iii' ina in ?ome plane different from mat in the earth . orbit and that the apparent coiine of the meteor? ? III .-rtarily ium|>ob: tied PJ this tnolion und of Hie earth? mettofl in Us uri.It of Uni? It wa? the oplBlM of Ileocari? that meteoric shower* were anaaad bl ele? mclty, ead to ?ubetautiate. as far MpaaMhwl Iklt bypBtkaatt, Le pre?e?te?i the Io|l?,?ing fail? Ile ?ml wine frieod? iil-i'it an hour afier sun?et tjMBrrad a falling ?tar. which appeared to corni <llntf.itI,v toward them and liiiiroaalaa in ?I/o ?nd luiulr.onsnesi ?f> It aporim ' .' ii berbri u reaclml them It fluappenml A ?Ifbjaaw nnd lambatJl bgbl sudd. ' hi? face and IbefaOM ami himl? ol his fnenit- Ii? ung t.'n-lr ?urprlie al thi? luai.ifi?tutlon, a ?mu. 1 appeared ami li tonrn-.l them that he hail Beera a light ?lune lad denlv lu lia garden und e?peclully upxu? the vat?) a had In-en ?prmkliig upon the plots These fact? confirmed i'. iris In th? belief Hint meteor? were of electilcal origin Axionomrri ill agre?- that. Whatever their caine ?h< ? lime th-ir oiigi? ?tai'iy ouBJiderabU tkration above the Barth Ht y dune wnnetnug u tueteoiic display tiomthc ?um mit of Mount Km* ha? ?aid that fiom that elevation the taetenr? ?ppe*red to be .? far distant from the cith as when ?...??i iioi. the baie of the ruountMn ?vhlihwas ample proof lo i.i i. of in? fact that thor tretera ragieaa mnakbwyoa4tke bu,.nd? of the earth . atmoepheri 1'hmomena gf'tl.v reaeiutiliug that which wa? witnessed in \*sj oeourred at ?everal periods tirior tbereto In l'W a ? ?bower of fin.' at Itw?? c?lled fell in South America. The m?te<ir|j dunley ??. .?? great iu (Juito that the Inhabitant? be Iktvad H.J folian* of uayambo to boin fl?ire? Tin? people a?sembl??il la Ih? plain ?vf Kkleo and u procesnou BTM about ti ' In conmijueuce from toe t'onveut of St Kiuncu when I' was diiOornreJ (hat the phenomenon Was oocatmned no1 by tag v.ilnauo, but by metoui? whu-U ?hot aatam the ?kie? in BVBtJ ?liieet'.'in On the night of the nth of Noveml^>r l"'i a more etxeaalve aad remarkabb- pkanomenon oeemriNi Humlioldt ha? deaettkad t I? ?i^i'tai le aud tcconllng tohi? t??stimnny it o.-cirn-d ?M nrd IBB tnuiniug ?heu tbi>u?uod? of meteor? eold?'? Ure balli, or fnlliig'tai? ai they were vanoosly denominated ?iu?ce?Hled each DtJkcr du-?ig tam hour?-their ?lire? lion tx-ing lunn nolth to aosjth I ' ? t"-"1 i'1 'he liorin'Jii nt east mutti cawt fcilawad tin dire? ti'" i of't'i.- nieii'ilan anil fell toward the South lhere *?? little wind ?n?l thi? from the wen No trsc?. of ?"loud? ?m Maa nml th.-re ??. not ? ?pace in th? firmament eijual to I iiuet. i? of th? luoou which IVB? not bile?! ?Tita burning Star?, of >?r.?nu ?lie?, which left l.imiiioii? tiacea ?r tail?, of dum ti??? lo t-u di'giee? m length. 1 liena trace? ?ere embie about eight seconds. Many of the alar? bad a distinct nucleu? I? large a? the apparent dil? of.lupn.-r, while th?? lalguat were Drem I* tal0 I! in diameter Then light a a? white, and they ?eemed to burst a? by eipbuion All <d the Inhnbitauis of (u maua wita?>?<?d th? ?lUplar. and it wa? asseited by the ' oldest ' that the gp-at earthquake? of I7tf Wei? preceded by mallar ph.'i.omona Meteoti?. ?h'twer? ?uch ni that which we an? now proml?ed, have ?M-curreil at laie intenal? in the hntor\ of the aorld but . t reniai k?blu of their kind took place ?at th? night of K'ovember 13 :-? (if tin? Babilme atwWtaaia many ?ecouut? have be?Mi written by the learnetl and BjaB] ?'? i le? told IJ the ?iipentitioiis (min Isith ot which It i? no1 ii difficult m?ttiT to gl.au the fuel Inat tba duplay wa* one of, If not indeed the ? rundest cxhibllou? lutte heaven? ?rar witne??e<i Of tin? ?p! .t /"*? (i?<it?t?uf.?..il A^r/rli.<, ?,uMii?he<l ?I the iltue an ac C"u?t. fruin ? kital ?e t.?i? the following BBtraot i . iky a .?? rwmarkabl) . kau on ti... nig d of tin? remark .ble pli ' um? lim? ben., e I-J .ni.., k i aa met mmereveidai ,| lo li I n ith um.Mini I;. , 1 bet noBllaaed fraaj UtMkasxr Mlaakatawan tin.-kies an mu- lutil lb?? wem eulipeed by toa gluiiee ul . 1 i i to n ii,, v irere ?.-i\ naaiero<a? aod i the btond ?iuan?o, uid ral ni. leora ipi .1 ti eil ,( ay ?oiv>?? it i.roi ? poial ol Me i . Were it ..". ? In u ? r? Utax sa <>< laedi ..i i.i o I and i ti itiiauud |?-r m uni ned hni.li and hMBBBBBt and law] t? li thick M lakes In the early snows of Perember. Ia on? instance, one distinctly heard the explosion of a meteor that shot ?croea to the north? est, leaving a broad and luminous track, and witnessed another which lett a path of light that wa* ilet.rly discernible for more than 10 minute* after the ball, if such it be, had exploded. It* length waa gradually shortened, widening in the renter, and apparently consiste?! of separate and distinct globules of light, drawing around a common center glimmering les* and less vividly auld tbey finally faded in the distance Compared with the ?pisador of tide celestial exhibition the most brilliant rocket* and fire works of art bore lees relation than iii* twinkling of the meet tiny Ktar to the broad glare of the san. 1 be whole heaven* secas?! in motion, and never before has it fallen to our lot to observe a phenomenon so magnificent and sublime. ' The shower of HTJ3 covered a very considerable part of the earth? mr face. It was traced from the longitude of 61? in the Atlantic to 10U? in Central Mexico and from tk* North Ameri? can lakes to the West Indies. Prof Thomson of Nashville, lean., who witnessed the display in Mississippi, thoa describe? the ?pectacle : .' About an hour before daylight I wa* called to tee the falling meteors. It wat the mosttubliioe and brilliant sight I had ever witueeaed. The largest sf the falling bodies appeared alxwt the sine of Jupiter or Venns when brighten*. The sky pr.sented the appearance of a shower of stars, which many thought were real stars and omens of dreadful event*. I noticed the appear? ance of a radiating point, which I conceived to be the vanish? ing point of straight line* a? seeu in perspective. The point appeared to be stationary. The meteors fell to the earth ut an augta of aUrat seventy-live degree? with the hortjot, moving from the east to the w?t ' It wa* notii ed that the point whence the meteor? appeared to emanate was in the constitution Leo, and it is from this point that the display expected tomorrow morning will.it !? prom ised, have it? le ginning The poslMon of this cooitillatiun may be easily aeoertauied by a careful examination of the foregoing map. To the ignorant and superstitioae the meteoric shower of )*X> waa more thai? a phenomenal wonder It wa* the occesion if niost awful dMinay. and thousands believed that the last day bud nully arrived and that the final consummation ?f all things waa about to take place A South Carolina planter thoa ?1? scribed the effivil produced upoa the mind? of his negree? hy the ph?no _ waa suddenly awakened try the mest distressing cries that ever fell npou my aasB Shriek* of horror uu.1 erie? el mercy I .-nuki hear trotu aiott of the negroes on throe plantation?, amounting m all to ?bout ?100 or roo. While earnettiy ll?tcning for tke cause, 1 beard a faint voice near the door calll'ig my name. I arose and taking my ?word stood at the the door. At this moment I hi ard the same voice still beserchiag meto rise, and saying, oh, my (tod I the world is ou hie ' 1 thru opened the door, and it 1* difficult to say which excited me the mott-the awfajuis* of the scene, or the ?li*tr?'s*ed erie* of the negroes. I'D ward? of one hundred lay prostrate on the ground Some ipecthlet? ?ml some uttenug the bitter*?* cry, but moat with their hands raited imploring dial to save the world and tlnin I'll? te-ce wss truly awful, for never did rain fsll much tlii?ker dun the met. ors fell towards tho earth, east, weat, north, and south, it was the sam e Careful eiantlhstioii of the character of the meteors showed that the riving objects a? re of three distinct varieties : the nrtt . on.ntiug of phosphoric loir?, ike i?tmd of larg? Ure halls th.it at intervals dart?:? akiug the tky, leaving hiuiiii.au. trama.? hie h m cus?.?nally remained lu view for a number of minute? and in ?orne ?asea for half aa hour or mor*, the i'mid iiud'lined lu? minous I*??..S wliicb remalnck neail? statioimiy ni the heaven* for a LoniWuaUe time. Of tint ap; ? u-anee a nar rats? ??yu Thoie sf lbs first vunety were the mott numerous. and reeurable?! a shower of fiery mow dm.;, with Incoi.eeUable velocity. The ?ecoiid Etna aaaastsd moir,,se falling ?tar*, a ?pc? iucle which wa* loiiteiuplst'd h) i.-rtnin behokh-rs with great utwi/.uieot and lerrar, rho) \?eic s?,ii..limii ol Hioriuou? sue. ?lae of them, teaaia Koria Uarottaa, sfassaBew laigir turn ibu lull moon and its light retid.Ted even ?mall ?oj.-cts tUihle. The .ame bull, or a similar oi.e tSM al New Ila? eu. passe.) uti ia a Ninth neat d.ii'clion, ami exploded a little uoilhward of the >?ar ('i.pclla leaving a tisln of peculiar hen ii ty The line of dlrei turn una at first nearly straight, but ii soon lirgan to coo < i.ii l in length, to dilata la lrea.lih. und to nashine the figure of itself up until it appeuied Ilk* a luminous iloiKi of t.ipor floating grut, fully in las air whir? it remaiucl in fill view for ?wrnU uilnutts. At l'<>i.i...l, OsBBVB luminous lody wai distiui-tiy visible lo the northeast fur mora tban ait h.eir It ?tus mj biiilunt lu th. form of a pruning-book. and apparently twenty leer lung ami eighteen UtfhSB iroad. It gradasdrj 'ettie?! toward the Lomon BBAsI it di>ap|ieured. At niagaraFalsS, S BUBS luminous body ti.apel like a s.|iinre ta hie. nu- ' /MI.tli remaining tor sum? lime almost Sattasaarj and ? milting huge streams of light. ' , Our Imperfect knowWge ol tas ig and the dis trlhiitioti uf t),e iii.tiors tbcii'in, au.l of oller eir. BBkBBBbBBI isrsralag lash esa? ir.ince, forbidi the nrsdietaM sf this phenomei.od with au] Ihiag of UM esrtalatj of an e. npse or the lenppcuraiu'e of a perinU^.il COBBS! but?-. Uclrs* the utiuruace Cfauchu bower is very giaal and boonu um?cues te ui.uea? so tvilillmo .lud rure u pl.rui/meiiou ?ill fail w oe ?alchtiiiiT the beaven*aftst ?tidnlght oa Taseday ?nntasi next. It may bancell that the e.irth ?iii nut eLcounter thu invteono stream before Wedin ?dar mi The conttcllation Leo, at.ei.ee the rn.te.irx principally di ?ergs rises m the eatt-a??tb-eaat abaat midnight, the eastern hen vrut ?ill he lb* tbeatei of dta] Lay lhe kjlswlsg svttsi frota Plat Elias Loomisof FateOalsfS COB tai?* ?on? Interesting statements ooaoemiog BM expected return of the great ihowcr . ./ ii., t. rs, laj,i:...?hcd i On I f Nm riiil. i '.J, L"3t\ ah. oting ti ? ra were teen in extraoi frt !..rsagassXt u. "i '.j ti." ?bole of . aateiWJpae aumber visible at a ?lags? station could i ..se (baa two hundred thou ?mini 1 he ,1 oout atttmuBt,bot w us not very remarkable o',til betwi en 3 nnd J o ?.loua. There ia no ev .deuce that any remaiku! le display if meteors Was seau ou the satui day rithrr n Kur pe ov A.'? ?lu the mon.ing of NOM niher 11 l*j*\ aBSauul l.umhers of ?booting star* war* sees lb?as?J>?aS ?Vi?SB Uuti?oe?.i?ci eawateii foi tv etgnt in five mirare? No uuBEBB??Mplay was noticed on i . same day In the Putted Stats?. r**rr^ ?Dtitiir a...nong of November IV 17W. meteor? appeared UBpurou.?. ti... ?rr.is durini I arbours Tblidii ?bv* ?..? noll ? . Europe and America, An uuu*ual ?SBBSwr of meteors was recorded Will ?al ?a I >, ICW . alto, near ?bo asm? aeatoo or tb* yeor, ia 1?/?, and at '?werai previon* date* evtei .ling tiaek to the year W11 "The?? tact* clearly indicate a ercle of abnat one third of a century mid it is j.t. Isible that there will be a repetition o? the sbo?ei. either this vein or the next msomrp.it of the world but ?>? cniu.tit IK sure that the pr.n, ipal daSVWSy will take place in the I'm.. ?1 BaaB I It ?ni l?. aaasirvad that the day ot tb* ye?r on which the great display o. rum charge! tu the rytrnt ?ii thiee da)* in a Century BaasS we may look for the greatest display this ; ear .m t.e m. run,g of .N'oietnN r 1? ?lu the n.on.iig of Noirinher in HJB, four observers at New Haven saw ?5?) shooting stars in len than two hours, while on th. -next morning less than half this muuber could he teen. Th!? tact ?nulli lead us to SBBSSt Ihr greatetl aaaibct at m ?sen this year ?Jso on the E?aiala| of the nth. It it probat h that the number of ?hooting, stars will be con .idarahlv peatti (Baa the avsraf* on me ?assata-s both of the ; th ni,.! Uth Tie nuuilira may be exta-t ted to be greatest after Blldnlgl ' auu to in? rea*? until the coinmcno ment of th* BMralag iwulgat 1 Le toilo? bxg direction? are given to guide observer? : ' 1 libaerve lu the ojien u'.r from a ?tatieu which command? a good view of the bravem unite down to the horizon. Observa? tions made front un npeu window ure of little value. If it Is desired to detrrmine the whole numlier of meteors vitllile ut 1? ust Ml Sbssrill? BIB S*)SSS?af} audwheucvera meteor ti KI II ils BSaaaer shmdd be audibly uiiuounred, for the purpose of a? olding duplicate*. 'J A majority of the November meteor? move in path? whick ?ern. to diverge from a p.er.t or legion lr, thu constella lion Leo. near the lienri cf the Mckie. It i? lxp?rtaiit to deter? mine accurately the dim. niions and positions ?t (bli area from which the meteor? rsoiatr olio toe proportion ol the numbers which do and thoie which do uot couionu le the geueial law. 4 As It is probable that on this occasion there will be a large number ut ebaerver* at many different placet, it will be a ia. oithle fipj.-i t,a.?tv tor determining the night of particular meteors. Therefore whenever a meteor appears io remarkable at to attract particular attention the position of it? path among the stars should lie located aad the beginning Slid snd of the path the pre. ise time of the ols-ei ration and the duration of the light should b? esr? fully estiinsted When the length of the path hns BSSB ?li t. rnnni d the last obten 11ion ? ill give the velocity of the meteor ? l.lrh it an rlrtnrnt u4 the greulctt im pottance with respet to the throry of IBSSS bodies." (ASADA. A?CIDKBT TO A CELEBRATED II0B8E-PBOBABLB COM MCTATIO? OK M MAHON'* HENTKN? K-AM IB ruBTANT OR?EB HBVcBKH - KAILI BE M THB LABRAIKIK BIBBJHIMi i av TiLaeasra re rai raisvsa. MONTKEAL. (J. E.. Nov. lu.-Nannie Craddock, the I uoted iteeple chaser, who broke a leg recently at a steeple-chase here, has been shot, aa there wa? BS hope of I recovery The Ooveinuieat has received important diipetche? from the Colonial Offico. Particular? have not trsnsuired. The Prince of Weirs s birthday wa* celebrated lett night bv th? Prince of Wale? Volunteer?. The Mm'rrt (Kreuch cewspeper) say?, in reference to the condemned prisoner Mc Mahon that it has no doubt that the (iovernor-fleiieral, who is in?ni?ted with the noble prerogative of mrcy, will avail himself of circumstancei to extend it to the unfortunate individual on whom so serious a sentence ha* been pronounced. Tbitdatcment i? looked upon as forestalling the com mutation of McMabou'? sentence. OTTAWA, C. W., Nor. JO.-It ii underitood that Messrs McKee and (?sit will sail with the delegate? for Europe on Wednesday next--the former as representative of Canada at the Pans Exhibition, and the latter to assist in the completion of the Confederation. It II expected that Lord Monck will leave for England about the middle of December. The order in counsel forbidding the introduction of cat? tle to provint lbs spreading of the plague is revoked, a? far a? regards horses imported by sea?. A block of bu.tiling? on Canal-?t.. near Washington, occupied by Wucold sr Son?, manufacturer? of bu tiding matcn.il?, and Pearsall ?V Co., manufacturer? of uia cumerv, were destroyed by fire lo-day. Lo??, $100,000; Imured tbt |2?i 000. Qi KBic, Nov. 10-A largs number of men of Her Majesty'? ?teenier Aurora are under order? to hold them .elve? m readiness to proceed tv th/> Wettern lake?, where they will be stationed for the Winter. Intelligence has been received that owing to the failure of the fitberie? at Labrador, the coast inhabitant? on tho north ?hore will be rendered deatitnte nnlen re? lief is immediately provided. The hernug ??henel are saul to be a complete failure, and the prospect? are said to be swarful 'o? ontemplnte. The Government has placed n st? amer at the dis|a)?al of the Cuijritablo for the tnitii portutioii of supplies, which will leave in a few davs. Aid in any sort of money or good?, may be sent to the ftev Mr. Holwood, (?ueboe. 11,e Ottawa Held Buttery are tending their gun? and Muipaaejata t<> (?asbse lo be immediately replaced by gurt? ot Ile icy i lll'iei ,lll|' . Uti -?at / wit 01 ni i it it,1.1 sv vu si.kii'u TO TH? masas 'l ho < '<<m m i -e?i* nei ..til 0 ..I I.?t ?rartaata* |..-t .... i ia J Maeirtcf U st .h.i aaaat THE FENIAN TRIALS. THAL AKT) CONVICTION OP WILLIAM BUTDEJi-IHH PRISONER SEBTK5CBD TO Bb HaJtOtD. at ?mneaara tra raa rmiaeiB. TOBOBTO, Nov. 10.-The Court met to-day at 10 o .Jock. John Cooney and Patrick Kea'ing were first arraigned and pleaded not gnilty. Previou? to pleading Mr. McKenxie, on behalf of the prisoners, moved to quaah UM indictment on the tame grounds aa that relied on in UM cas? of thn Oueon vi. O Seul and other?. Their trial? were imttpoaed. "William Hayden ? a? then placed in tba dock. Mr. Mc Kenne, for tha prieonar. moved to quath the indittmaat. The pruoner, by direction of bia coori?**], pkaded not guilty. A Jury waa then impaneled and ?worn. Mr. Mc KcLzie asked nit Lordship at tha defensa railed OB tb? queation of identity to allow the prisoner to be plav?*! ?ut of the dock the ?ame aa waa don? in Mcilenry a caa?. Mr. Harriton, for the Crown, bad no recollection that iwb bad ever been done in that case. Hi? Lordship said if a pr? eeilcBt for inch a courte could be shown ha wou.d a.lo? it. Be, however, never heard of such a thing. Finally, after ?ome discussion, Mr. McKenxie let tba matter orup. The witnesses for the Crown were then examined. J? hu Metcalf ?worn-I am a private in the Queen . Own. and was present at the fight of Ridgeway ; I ?aw ?everal killed and wounded there. in conversation with the prison? at the jad, be told me that he wa? an American cltiaea , that Be used to wera: on ?teamboat?, and wa? a natlr? of Louisville, Ky.. Bad LO home, aud last carne from Buffalo. .Joseph XcwhigL'ing iwora-Hive at Fort Erie -, oa the ann? ing of the lit ot J me, about daylight, 1 taw four ? mai beal? towed aero*? the Nugara Klter by two tugboats the canal boat? contained ?everal hundred men. the prisoner ?a? ??nmg? them he wi? dresscil in plain clothe? and hail a gieea ?M1 aromiil hi? neck be wa? armed with? rifle, and had a ? a.tralge box ?lung to a belt around bl? waist, he waa r.dn.st- a roan htttaa, which, 1 afterward ktarasal. belonged to th? hm&m ?rHreet Railway of Buffalo, the prisoner ?poke to Cramer Price1). and told bim to air? kim th? rest of that me?ey i Pricely pulled out hi? pocket hook, aad ?aid 1 hat? very lutin money , I gava you nearie ?11 I bad before," pr.soiser ?aid, "Oh no you have lot? o'money.' Pricely th? u gave bia? ?5 cent? In silver, and ?iked him Lf he woaid not keep th? ?teya away when he ?nid he would ?lo ?o, a? he now had sometkiag to treat them with ; I beard be made a limilar demand ?a ?tier person? . some of tbe men whom I ?uppoeed to be lealuaa?tv? green tunics, and other? American tuufarma. but most of theai bad civilian?' clothes. George Graham, ?worn-I live about three Biles from Tort 1 ?ae. prisoner on Frida v Ant of June, about i m svck , I ?aw a prion near Pricely w fiona I supposed wa? the pt-iaeaer ?j I wa? going home and he rode pa?t me furiously , I saw kimi afterward at a shoemaker? ?hop, In front of my boase, nts! horseback 1 went over to bim , he w?i armed with a nie and' fixed bayonet -?uch is the Fenian? he ?skod me whet I wair and I replied I waa an Englishman , he said they bad .-ouse uve* ana taken the country, ami the bated Sinon nile wes vruliuit, Jreufked ice for a yi?rt'-r oin dollar 1 told bun thal ??.jarUi? Were verv scarce lie ?aid Get It," In a commanding ?ay. as b? w?nti??l ?omethiLg to drink I ?cut and got it end gave il M him . he -hen gu\ c it te a little girl, he nppeared t?i te iniler the ?nflii'M ?i ol tit ink ; he WM not dre**cd a? lie is in ? a ?ort ol gri en t eil ?roMud hi? ?eck , he demanded 'te i i.sr'er after that he ?aid thal the Saxon rule wa? extinct. Um. Miller ?norn-lill e Hie ?ile? from Kort Kris I ?at? at Mr Tr?cele) ? farm on the lit of June last and saw tin? pris? oner lhere io ii- time? on that day : he rode np to the g**c ai.?l ?j lieu me ? .t to get ?omething to eat | be was a:jr.e?i ai'.h i? rifle and bayonet I got him what h<? re?;uired, uni be went away ni?.'it nn hour .iftcrw aid I IwJ? hiin ?gain be ?aa ?tilt an horseback . got off his horn- sad ?aid to Mr. Frueelej ?.?? > me W. 1 waat to go und trent iiiiml . Mr Price ley gave Bru? ?Ome money, hut no1 $V be liait som? couverealion with him, m wbi? h prisoner ?aid they lind ?ome over to take Canuda, an | were going to free ireland : lie retnrned again in an hi? ?r nn I w?nted the rest of tbe money ; there ?HI a good rr.nr ? fenian .rruggler? ni.? ut at the time'; they got some bread ?nd u.??t. wlil? h the prisoner ?aid waa iati?f?ctory , although Le ai|*ert?l under tie i ,t! ?euc?, of liiiuor, he cuulu ait uu Bia hot ?st te)** well, hu talk was not wild or extravagant ; ho appeared be ta ve all his ?i otc?. Mr. R. A. Huui?un-Tb?t is the eaee fur the Cruwr, my Lort. Mr. M? Keruie read .'Ed ?.nt in several &ffi<Lv,t? ?? <<> the prisoners previou? good character. Mr. VcKen/i? then proceeded to addren? the jury for tho defense, and .n opening ni? remark? complttiiud il.at he bad teen fotiatx into the trial by the Crown counsel before ha wa? ready to proceed, inasmuch as he had no witnesses in attend? ante. Mr. McKenzie then >uiitinued to arg o Hut al? though tho evidence was cBjfUtnl* of a stn ng ? ln-ractav ?irain?t the pn-oncr, and poi-tib)) might he coi ttrmxl by the jury at exceedingly prejudicial, ?lill 'tero wat Dot?ing to show that he cunio over here law tp? purpose ot li-vymg war against Her Maori1. Ifti certainly did come Lire, und acted m in ex? ceedingly wrong manner in plundering an) Hntieti subject. He submitted that be did to while laboring undei tbe iiitliienr-e of drink, scarcely knowing what Le <Ld at the time. Mr, McKenzie conciu'lcd hi? ipeecb by fating that he did n?it offer any palliation for the pri* ner s ?-ein duct; he thought it was very outrageous, and ?r aciiult'ed ou tb't charge, the Crown would, no duubt, try bim fui obtaining money through intimidation, MUK h ?? wau piara that he did do. but he mummed that taking into? or ?icier stion lui youth, and that no evidence had been ?bown vi hi? intent to levy war on the (?ucen, or that b? ever entered I'pper Canada, that they ?hould not find him g-airryM tbe pr?tent indictment, thus giving the Crown an oppo-tur i'y of prose? utiLg him for the offense, if he comtuit'tii at \. ol which he really was guilty His Lordship fJUa cl.argtd the jury, explain.eg te ti,em i the law under which the prisoner was triad. Mr. McKenxie- I propoeeto take the ??me ei.ep?i.it?io I your lordibip'i charge ?t 1 did in Pavey's case, ?.th iluec ' further objection?, first, that your lordship ?ho i.d MA | hare told the jury that proof rested with prisoner to show his buaineM in Canada on that occasion; eeend. ?bal your lordship should not have expressed yourself, " tau there be any doubt that the pnsouer wa? at Limeruige <n Fort Erie; ' third, that your lordthip tbould have directt-d the jury that because-, the prisoner wat riding on horseback, between 2 and 5 o clock in the afternoon, extorting money from the people there, was strong evidence that h.e <>b eot was prirste plunder, and not public war, and that it reeled with th? Crown to show by direct evidence that ha waa connected with the Fenians. The jury returned into Court with a verdict of guilty. Mr. R. A. Harrison-I move my lord the judgmetf rf the Court upoD the prisoner. Mr. K McKenxio meted tL? Court in arrest of judgment, on the ground that '.he offense charged was committed m the County of Welland sad could Dot under lae tutute be tried in York, bang one ol two counties united. His Lordthip overruled the argument. His Lordship- Prisoner, have you anything no say ?hy sentence should not Le passed on you Prisoner-I have only to lav that the three wirril??? wko have i worn agaiuit me. that I o'ltulned th? money .rim 'hem by threat?-have perjured themtelve?. I ?imply .-.eked .la money in a fnendlr way. The utual proclamation having been made previo,.i to .entence being petsod. His Lordship sentir.?ti -i? prisoner to be hanged on the 13th of next month. ACQUTTAL Or PICsfMOXD-THR ADDRESS OP ?BB Ji'DGK- LETTER FROM THE rRUONEB LYSC? - MB, nCTtl.t BOT PERMITTED TO ACT AB fOraWBL. TOBOBTO, NOV. 10.-After the verdict of scqnitial, brought in last night in the case of the Fenian prisooei Drummond, the judge addressed the prisoner as fohows; Daniel Drummond the J irr have acquitted rou. Yon bvr? m good character before you became coancted* with tb.? affair, and that ha?, perhaps helped you . but. at the lea?!, it mutt ha I said that you were there uuder circumatauce? which w?re very suspicious-circumstances which you must your?.If tate feit i would bave warranted them in concluding that you weis Ibertt , a? one of these people. You best know whether you were there j or not ?? one of them Hut let thi? be s lesson to y ou. Tba | i'rent error of impulsive men like you li that at time? ttey en? gage in enterprue ?nd do thing? more etpecially lf there are a ; niuuber of people aaeociated in the undertaking wbid i tber wise tbey would not do. Ia Altar? be more iwtyed by your I Judgment, and le?? by impnlie reflect on all the cire ^m?tance? of your act? You are a man, and should think more cerne, n ing that which you undertake Tbey ?ay you are a good work ? man and can earn high wage?, (io now to your work get lU?o high wage? aud If you can bettet yourself do It. Tbe ?hi.? hue of occupation ia open to you and to all. All have caled, impultlve men like you engage in unlawful enterprise?, and wheo a number are committed to it you go reck lee*!', -moro i like tarages than c?viliaed u-en t?o and M careful. LETHE PROM LVKC1I. The following letter, written by the condemned Fenian j pruoner, Lynch, ii published in 2'A? Ltadtr,newspaper: Mil-mar l'aiaoN ToaparfOi Raw I .esa. I The editor of TU Ltodtr would much oblige the undersigned : by correcting a taise ?tatemen! lu tbe mu? of the Ua lutt,. la an article beaded ' Feaian?,'' with reference ?ohitculf asd famiiv. The undersigned ii the vouageal ?on o? tha lal? i'hoiaaa I > nell ?f Headford County of 0 al way My father waa aw vw ia the Itr.tlsh army but a'privaie country gentlema* ?ed a vounger branch of the Lyuehe? of Bally (.'urmn Castle ' o.uity Aiayo. My uncle, the late (.apt Peter Lynch of bailveurren, being the li rat Catholic High SncnJ of Mayo County, by Ik* Emancipation Act My mother was neither Kngluk sot Prv teitant but, thank God : Catholic and Iriab. I have oa brother in the British service, aud but oae now living, sad for me I?.?. Iwerny ycart lu Milwaukee United State?. ?So that instead .1 my father and mother bein?; adhereutt of the Church of Ku f land which you have no doubt would be of much Mi vice ta ma in the last trial 1 have tb? honor to belong to one of the ebJett Catholic famille? ia the West of Ireland and one of the twelve HiUs 11 the sneient City of Galwey. Keapectfully, ROBIMT BLMS. LIM H ToROXiO, Nor. R-Mr. B. Devlin, an eminent lawyer of Montreal, retained as counsel fur the Feciana belog trMsi here, baa been refused by Judge Wilson toa privil?ge of acting in Court on tbe ground that ha was not a memlstr of the Cpper Canada Bar. The Judge expressed regret, bet there was no alternative. Mr. Devlin baa been fer some dsys watching the trials going on, and will return to Montreal to defend the Fenians to be tried there early iu December. MT?F.AU OF IJ?TEK3?AL KUY EM f. BT TiLioasra TO ra? TBIBOBB. WAIHINOTO??, NOV. 10.-Th? Commiistorwr of In? ternal Revenue ha? called the attention of the Revenue effie?,a to the fact thtt the law requiring monthly retorna from i rowers ?ince the use of ?tamp? ha? been adopted for the payment of thn tux must be so admiui?tered thal the stamp will be a production adult louai to those afforded by the old law aad no1 merely a substitute. He??}? To thi? end a monthly return ?bouid ha incited upon ?nd tie ?ame ?are ?hcild he taken a? nuder U? former law to a?ceit?iu it? SSBJPMIMM The number of ?tarni? purchiisid hy the brewer during ary month ?hould be ascer tnineil fiom'the Collector ami if nut ?i.ltUlei t for the payncut . unity hie?c?l and removed an imm?diat? . ilion should Is hail. n of clgnn bava been ; : ? te , ...lim a low BfMSt Un I '