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NEW-YORK, FKIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1806. TRICE FOUR CENTS. EUROPE. NEW8 HY RSIMBI TO D? Th?1 Inman steamer City of Botton, which 1? ft 1. fM ?*?o? ?>n the l'Jlh nml Viir-?siis!'?wu ou the 13th, airivcl hero early on Thursday morning. GREAT ?KITA IN. THE KIM. tulTATK'S-ARRESTS-IHK CATHOU?' Blr-HOI'H AND THE -?OVRRKIJENT-IU ALLBOKI? PRIVAI ' The ?tste ? t I-il.v' .?Titinnt-a to CffcH. littra brtewt All part??111 ?creo in repreosini: r? bellum with ti ?troiigarm, but th? I -i ' * 'li" UM IO me, an.l iho I.iber;ils fear to se? ?iee?l, the-i 'in? conspiracy. T" r?tolt doiiitli'M exercise* an lU-favorftble intlut-nn? nt the Beform movement, -mee there li a certain ?Iitliott!ty in op ring n lloverutnt-nt by argument \t li ?h ol] iicnt ?Ittslracts atii-uiioii l'uni purdy poll ti . I>?'m.IN, D tor aran?) wa? this day mad? I?? ti??? i? lire? ?ti t':<- ??rino id Tavern. OfH ?i!'li|"??y. which 1 in lar a? ?nut. were concerned, lu tbe oamtat d their ieawh, however, thoy found twt? youui' men .: . ?vii?.m tin ? suspicion of coini'lu Itrio Fi i ry-lane Ntati'ni House. Their name? aro Jci.n.i1 O'Koe?c "-.A ,i"hn I''Connor. Tw? men wart alr-o tirrettod th 8 morning at th?1 N'urth Wal], who??' name? ?re Peter Kennedy and I'M? arl Toomey. They were also convey??il to Chancery-lane St i tion. The L?inl Lieutenant's warrant for the above arrest? bas not yot arrit. l ill ?oom r_?p*ct*ble young men. ?lid ahmilil the ti?r|Qiitt??s which a"o about being 1 ?I??? ' s.?ti?>?'ac.ory, it ia stated they will nut l(-9 de : ?ti r. The Dubli; nt of The Tu"* a ? A Joint I'atti.r?! from the )t?<;nnn Cat! the Kent?? ? < i loubt that the priest? at it brjdy an min? iii? ir influence anil authority t?i mil jt do? i I that in thie. e?r?ice the I . v? n.i.icnt w ill ii??) ?>e ungrate? ful ??ni that r. I b? uiaiii- to produce loyalty amoBg the Kunian l'alLolus of Ireland bj the p. ?Hoy of con which ha* bevu ?o ?ucn ss'ul Ir, producing los alts in C?Uiail? The trsl stroke of this policy II is ho).?] .??li I ?f a than? r f??r tin-<rith..!H DalVl The Skip,,me tiazef'.e sava there' is no doubt that the Bolivar, ?erred a? an lllegea Pentan vessel, will 1. difttely ni' ?id, ?s ?he i? dnlyeomnlaatanedtothe D Htates of ( O-Otnbi?. li?e r"ei?ri.s( irtiit.ve of UM united States ' ha" placed hin?? If In . otiiniuuication with tbo Foreign Offne m letiteucc lo the seiziue. Ti! r ' II ___.1T.HA.NN"? K. In the dirt of Ailn.ira.ty. 11 th December. l>r. Ltish ngton gave judgment in tbe'ca?e of the Beafrice, other? wise the Rappahanno? _. Tin? wa? a suit against the Ameritan < ,-\, mun nt. ?ho h?d seize?! the Beal Liverpool on th? ;::<>?,;.d that it had Ivan used hy UM Con? feulerai???, ami wat now th? property of the United Slates. While that ?l'iciiiou was pcn?ling the plaintiff mode his claim for < or?1age sup??lied at an ?ximptnent. The Ameii ?an Covernuiriit denied the junslictimi of Ihe Court on ?ever.il yronidn nd th? plaintiff having answered that tbe I .? the property of certain Ameri? can ellison?, the d?tendant moved UM Court lo reject the ?newer, and the case waa argued on a former dey. His lordthi'p now gare ju?lpuuii..t on the application to reject the plainiifi's answer. It wa? diffi? cult t<> ?le? ide when eordace w?s iui eaaipmi ' t ??r a neces aary. Hut there wa? an allegation of lue plaintif s, "that the vessel was the property of oertain ?Billjim citizen?,' which wf.s te ? v.tpue. It ?a? well known M hat win meant by the i?ipr? M ' ?as necessary that the answer should be amended au?! | articular? gi.en .?) " the cert.t.i: American i m/?... II. w,.uM ?o nothing on the Mbject of cost?. Order H? Till ?VR?l-tL-<_LAl>ST?-'RB MI5ISTRT- THE EASTERN Qunntni. The Mi ?..ni' llrrald cou.pluin? that the la?t Ministry lett evert thing at ?ixe? and teteus, set had pr?t edents, lind elated unreasonable aspiration?. It was, ?ay? The Herald, lax iu the itffair? M Nuple? :a 18?^, ngOIWM agatnit the Confttitrotlt dining the American war. and now that the l.-iribaldian? bave got up ? revolution iu Crete I>?nl Palmerston'? policy u in the wat. The following may be au apology :or actsof the ministry not yet mad? pi.l.li.'r l?.?up|iort the Ottoi..?n Govern ment has iMeooM the aeceeaity latter tha.. Kngl_md. Th? intestin? tr??.;hli's "l Turkey are mextrxa ... mixed up with Kusaian intrigue and Kreuch auihition, ami if t..e Turk? wurt? left to tight it out suth thor relo. ion? sut.je? t?. the bou n o? th? itruggle and th? reliions ?y input lid make (ne public opinion ol' the North and AV ?st too strong for th?orie? of uotiHiilervention, and convert Turkey into a battle-ground whereon interested power? would ?erambie for the fragment? ot the Porte ? domii. OVRRKKD, i.ORNEY A Co. Th? Committee of Supervision of Overend. (?uraey A Co. have issued a circular. It states thai the hahilu.es ef th? ('.inpiti.y, which ?t th? tim? of the stoppage emounte.1 to ?9.(H?0.iX(0, have been reduced to abont ?5,mtO,0?X>, and auet? ?mounting to nearly ? 1.51X1,000 are now awaiting distribution. Tho circular deprecate? the legal proceeding? commenced by ??.me of the shareholder? a? deeply prejudicial to tbe realisation of the estate, a? they multiplied expen??? thereby to an enormous amount. THE CARAMAN DELBOATK8. The delegates m 1/ondon from the British North Amer ican Provinces' had organised themselves into a con? ference, ?nd held daily sitting? under the Pretidency of the lion. James McDonald. LOCS.I ?.OVBRNMBNT OP L05DOS. Mr. Charles Buxton, M P., presided over a meeting held at St. .lames'? Hull on th? night of the Uth, to pro mote a reform in ti e local government of London. Mr. Thomas Hughes and other speaker? pointed out that Lou? don wa? worse off than any of the large provincial towna, in having no corporate unity and life, and the following ?solution in favor of radical reform was ?greed to: " i hut any attempt to amend the existing system would be in effectual and that nothing less than the establishment of municipal instill tioris similar to tho?e enjoyed byotb<r ettie? aid towns in the kingdom, would secure a g ment calculated to command the confidence of the in? habitants." RBOR.iA-t.IATIO.1 OT GRRMART. The journals diecut? with a gre?t deal of ir.terct a plan for reorjrai.ising (lennanr written by Prince Albert in Bmu BMITHRIELD CATTLB ?HOW. The Sm.thfietd Cattle show g ?es ou rat her languitbi ugly. The exhibition i? rather meag?i uiiU the visitor? not nu? merous. FICANTE. RUMOR? OP MINIITBRIAL CHAKOKS. Rumor? of M. Kould's early retiremeut, and other change? of moment in th? French Cabinet, were again in cm il?tion. THE POPB. Loi-rxiN, line. 12.-The PamPit of thi? morning ex preaae? v. ry neatly the Imperial idea about the Pop?. It ?ais II. .ri Si-jiteniber Convention ?ill be s foil ncmmyli I" tut'ts??? I-isjiite siniaUir pt? ?| ?I. cotes ami s io lent > .?espite couo__els QMire liter? ?r?-?] than sincere, we L I'?|?e will r.ot tlsstnU'ii the tomb of the A poet.' i ? li remain at home protested hi the CHU ?? boa !tnall> executed, .u.?l which Ituls - "WhyjB?s i ".it the Pope, rising by virtue of hi? great sag"?' Mssions ?Lieh rage around Lim, and m ' his I'outilicate. be willing Koruaus nu administrative System mort ii. hal atony with the tptril of tU- a.-e awl ho take due ae< i ' M Li? h ail eoveri'ijriis uri sui.j. el .Will his .-? by nit t. itsiiig to attach to ions, ao ctutacinr ia tl.e.r nature, that Inmio. bililT I majesty of ti.?- I'lintiff he contproaiu?d lis; git v.,g mor?1 liliera! iu?titiitini.B to the Mamen \* i.e be lee? re?. by then when he shall IIWIOH ??it benedictMsn \i\om Kouie and the uiii? erac in the great t pltmAye festii ities f ' The Cunt?,i",loniirl s?y? that there will not he to-night ?single soldier on Papal ?oil, trom which the Ind?pendance Belge infer? that the Pat tie was ill-informed whenit ?I st ed thai four companies would remain until the end of the month. It is ?till reported that M. d? Sartig?? remain? in P?ns I? accompany the Km press to Uome, while the l.toertt be? lieve? that the toarnayot the Empreeshaa been m?lefl tiitely postpone?!. It is quite natural that other? should infer that the French emnaasador ?wsits in Paris the re ault of the ' egotiation? between Rome and Italy. The Pans cotreapoi ?lent of the Independa cr Helve a?aert? that M. Per?igny ha? refuted invitation to Compiegn?., aud for the time decline? all iiartKripktiun in public ?Sain?. Another oorreapoiideul c4 the ?aiuc paper say? that (-ar? di?al Boi.nechiis? had written to the Kmpcnir a violent letter, demanding the eoirtinnniice of the <?cciip?tion, to wb??'h letter the KmiH-ror replied in very mild langnage. to the effect that while d/:?inug eqnallj ?nth the Cardinal the ?ecurity of the Holy ?See, he yet believed that the occu? pation had become uaelew now that profound pea? e reigns in the Pen rusuls, thai he bo? eitire conlulenc?- in the loyal ?xei.utiou "f iho lath of ?Sepumlter, and that this ".invention affords complete stveuntr for the exercise of tit? mission of the Holy Father. The iVoei,', it;?tho)ic) prefaced it? publication of Archbi?h?>p Dorboy"? niodcraU Mondtnent thu?: "Certklu Christian? ore a ?ort of ektorofermiste. Thl must of thesesshlvroforicuts love to sleep, to dream iia)>pi ?Ireainn ?nd .hey t'lshke whale?er tbnkea then ont of Ui->lr lnuirM.ua <|_iet?<_e. We hear Cataolutt tey Wkjt do you disturb your ?elre?l fi?erythiiiB is arranged. Have oonHdettee . the < hut. h cannot leri-.h and the Poo? cannot quit Home We hear tlu? .vary ?Iii , meanwhile th? cLluiofonnial vooUnues las f luciious moi tim iaiml Jay arrive*." THE MEX1CAR ?JOERTIO?. PARW, Dee. li.-The Moniteur publish?? ??Ivipe? from tlie City of Mexico to'he .?th ult., which stale th?t the Kuiperor Manmilian wa? stillst Oruaba, and that nothing had transpired to show what hie nltenor intentions might t?e?. " The ?joiits-ntriilioii of our trooj?s, ' itdds the A?6?? i'ur, " it tilling elfactod without theoccurreuce ot any im J-ortruit mu ?en'. ' The . trvi.aj contradictt a atatement that tl?? Custom Jicuse oUicial? ?t Vera Cm- ~-K\ rviuteil to submit t.. the coutrol ?jf the agi'nts of the French (lov? er.nu.? it. 11.?' I ali " .-i l.t-r (H'iiii-.' ?-?at?**? . us the R m parlor Maiimiliaa r?-? ?-i \ ?-<i notice ol the Baaraas-i iUaaaa ha at onto famed the moleton of proeaadiac 14 .r. Ile ?ni ir(]ii?-iitiv, . '.''I In? ititi ?, - jtil-IICi- ..I li).- li|,n M-iilatlulie of the leader? ni tin* ('?uiacfv.itiv? ?n.rtT, mu? determined to ratal, to Vat I M.xic?,, mu? _____ fnriii'ti:*' at- :n'.itc On tl.o 13th of .Nt.viiabiT the Emparai had BOl ?. t arrived .<., ti,, Meiicaa capital, bal it ii not known whether ?,17 turttu-r change las taken -.li?..- .11 II is M.li 1 ronoiattone. 'I kui /?' <i',rr ?1111,0,nice? that le-tler? (luv.- IH-I-II r.-eeivc.l In Paris from Hie Emperor Maximilian, dal N"T 17, hut adds that ther refbr principally to eaitaio arrangements which Ihn Niiij? ?ty (J.KIITB should bo niedo ? . . . t the I ,.,?>.,--? Cb rlotte at Miramnr, m,,1 io 1 he ?.tigta-a in 11- tehan mi that pni ; l.i Lu; 'te- .??jetiiiUcs ?it length up'.ii the u.iuldle about the Mexican Kinpii,.. li pointa oat that this em fu.li- a? ii hi'f-aii ni a ?oiid ..f aaeertaiotiei and eoniec tur.'?. ltTtHriin 1844 long aaeertAin whether Maximilian would go to Mexico, and aow we only know that wo do no1 know whether lie hi? s*urict| horn? ward, It "Tgrets that while the Atlanti I iwltariahof di spat? lies t.. II. Bombelles si d the Arehd 11 basa Soplii.i, it. aiii,1,1 afford the Monttem s singla weed? m any any thini* to fun.'.iia?*?' Hi?? Ku-i.i-ii. T,,'IO here great .merest? 1'AKIS, Dil?. 12. -The I',Art, of tlilH . Tilling Btatas thftt Porfirio I))?/, who 1? m eon mend of IbeJuarisfs at Oajaca, lia? leaned a i-roclamation ordeniigthat the tiree and pro] - ertv oi ttir* French "residents in- r< ipected, and thrattening with severe pnnishmcnl any p. ?BOL s who may infringe his orders on this subject. ID LOaNiik'RT (A BLR DlKPATrn. La Lilortl also rein rim lo the subject "f the long die ntch ?rut from Washington to Mr. Higelow, which it ist reported to the public. It says it fogntre. teu, hour? to tran.mil it at leven words per inmute, and coat moro than ?2,000. THB NEW ARMY OROAXIZATIOH. The journals comment -fcin'rally in a fiiTorsi.?o tone Upon the nmiy orpaiiirrUicti adopted, the subsumcr? of which ?? 1h.1t it H.lds bO per cent to the available tone ?f UM eui].ire in an emergency. 1'IU SSIA. The following difpntcbei have been rn. .vcl in Lon? don: TIIK I'RrSSIAN rilAMBKR.*?. HKKI.IM. lit-c. ll.-ln tod.IT'a Btttiag til" Chamber of Depntk -l the permanent aa well ne iho ?soap? tioii.il eipeuditare for the Bay of Jahde, The atoposal of the committee, relating to tim prant of .r,00,0(K) Iii ii?T8 for the ini-iroveir.ciit and !'or'?i*?cdti"n ol tim Prneelan naval eetabushaient .it Kid, w.ix _ta_ori monal? agreed t?.. HkRLis*, Dec. I-.-Ii- lo-daj 1 tuting of Ike Chamber ol' Depntiee, nairn tke Hodge! relating t<> the BwHl Minuter of (.'i.ii.ui.n ?. tit clared in tim moat |>(.?it,vc lurti.mr that the ("overnment a Intention of telling tit* coal minea of Baar?iii .km t-. a private coinpanj*. Ni.Ki li (?KUMA?! CO.tFEHEM K-A WARNING TO II.iNO VBR. l'aitLiN, Dec. l'J.-Th" miniateria] oonlafenee. whkh is lo ileliOerate upon the Constitution ol the North Cern?an ('..lifederaiioi!, arill meet III Urti city ou the 16th ?usl. Praaaia will b??ripreaented by Co.mt son Bismai-h und lltrrTon S?iM?.'ii). The Mmi-oOcia] Pref/tatinJ Cmn tpmmi* opea that tke meaenraa which have recently been adopted In Han.mr wili r-erT,. as ii warning, and wi.l r.-iieve the ('<>veri:mciit from tie neocS'ity of c. tTjUg ont to their fall elit. ni the ?even- measure? w'hlfli ii hal been resolv? d. if necessary, to adopt. I'ltl SSIA AND TIIK POPK. 1'i.iti.i .-, Dee. 11.-The semi-oflkitil .V.i.f'i der man (,.i ,r, of ii.ia even.i:?,' suys: laatealinai eontaiaed in ti,.' Barila eorroasond ' ir relutiTt-*.,. ti,?? ?ionium tai.eti ti|i Iii Pim??ia ? BBB ?I'.n-iti..- tire only KO !nr trie ti it Hie I'r?i??iaii T itient a? airead? animut ,....! lui? Bl ft ?ead It? willie? to the Italian Cabinet ti.at an nadersten-lag may I* ar iiT.-i at with the dort M Koni.? The siprrlsili I'atnr fvrll'-r unit pabHciiT t?. :.r>- i.-r-'n-, .? and Hie um?? men) in the l'aria i-..rr.-?i?...-l.i,,??' of llv tvl" me Hni/tte tl.at Iba ivi-rie-iirui ri-.'t-iT-.1 Its iDtrlligeat*? front UM PnaAlaa eav basa? lu I'm ia i? alio willi, ii lu I'Rl'S-TlA AND SAXONY. I)RR-I))S, Dec. 11.-'1 ;.c 1,iliii,ii On ' ?' rf tO flay p-bl??heaamarti.-laaxUortiU_ the Sr.li.li 1 .1 >? to cul tivate a good foaling toward Prussia, aa ? .?HIIBI -,?,1.,. ?tun linK betac?i . ti'? t?*.. ... Btllea i ? I li t* ciriiett vr lrh af the Saxon (joternment. H)>8K -DARMSTADT. I'Ai.MrTAiH. Dee. II.-The el, (tiona in upper I less?? i-.r depntiee to the Korth Qsiaisa Paiiiaaanl *ic tarni to takepiHee ij> '.he middle of Januery. A l'RTITIO-t FROM NoKTHRR!?" S?HLE8WKI. A deputation of the inhabitants from the toan of fladelrirben had bi>eti received by Co.mt HiiiiiB-'lt. In reply to their )ti<|inri< a the .M.tr.tter Hated that the popu lar rote in North Sc-leM??-, M limber thoee d>* tricta are to belong to I'mssia or Deuuiark, will be taken, hut not Util after the et*>aaeU-tatton of the state of affairs gene? rally in the Elbe Dm-lui?. Al'SIKIA. THE JCDK IA- PR0CBKM50R AfiAIXST It"K*?KPRK. The Eiii|.cr(,r, in a letter t,, the Mu. Ht< r of W^r, ( rders all further judicial proceediu*;! agaiiiat Marshal ltiioilck and other generals for then i.-* . . the late war to be dropped. A deputation 1r?.in the Lower Austrian Diet bad presented to tne Einport-r the addie?! rrquntii.i/ the convocation of the Hi lc'i.nath. II.? Majeet] re?.h(d that he vro'.ild take their rerjue-t into ion -.?I? * ADDRK89 Of THK HUNGARIAN I'lhT. 1*T?TH, Dec. 1*.'.-The io .lowing is a more coinj.lete sum? mary of the draft of the adilro?-? whir, will he d.?c lined on "?aMiday next in the Iaowcr Hoi.ie of the Rangni-tl DMa The address ?Uitei that the laut Koyal Ke?.-ri-.t ha? not been able to allay the apprehenaions entertained at Hnngarr, nutwithsi-nding the promise? and the Mh-towb adgmeeAaof the nattonal rights eontaiaed Ik strata, ainoe th< re.juest ol'the Dn-t t.,r ?m Immefllnts nesiablnhmcnt of the constitution hu? no4 boea ooaphod a til The address laqu?ela the Eiii|.er?.r not In r. inter a ?atu? fa, tory reeoBdlialion lini-osaihl'- bjpoatpoaiag there estat.fiihuir-nt ol' the lecal MM ti ftNttt affair?, and con? tinues as f.,Lows: . There are iH-allsai In the hfe of nationi wMeh ean natel be maintained a about dangar, Booh I? the caae when UM la tentai affair? of n mitti,:i bart !" BO losetlied tot n lon(r petiO !. hltrajn daiigeieai ?nebs poaitioool thlogs is la the present day partlcnlarly perileas wasa we are linean aid bj KurojHMi questioai ealcalated t? nrodoee te-riona eompli. 1 tiona. Our o?n atfiun aad those of theKa~rpire geneian ate not ??> aeS-fSSM?; ?<t la srdsi thal wa c.uM calmly mev-t all tin einer-c.-ueie? tl.Tit im^iit arias: for iirn eoBplieetleas might . as l.y I14>1D.. 1111 loi*?? <.'. n nitnli 1,1? ' The address request? In? Ifaieet] to grunt means snd op portiiiiititieb to lae DM for ethel i B| a aalisfactory com? promise. . iicfore ali Iteenttaaee ' Mieneei-aHn lo that ead thal the eoDstitotioa "f Iliii.?.'a!-y sl.oulrt I?? completely reSstAbliibed W.- n?l? tin? in the int?-r< ?t"of .Mir OTVI, I '.?II.HT of Tuiir M.tjr. tv <>f th? iivnany and of the whole Kaipire ('ir oeaaaads an Jiiittfli ii lij'thn fsntlarorntal loirs Thirh fomtths 1....I? of tbe mutual legal rciatioii? betweea n? and the I m |? rial dynasty, 1 bat ix.rti',11 of tin- 'iov ,1 Rescript Trim h refer? lo the con.mon allait? of AiiKtria and iluii*rurv. and lo IBS ilr.ift ?if Hi. (nin untie.'of Fifteen can Dill? '. hen 111?? Diel il lu II l?a-it.to .?oi,.i,ii-i tbe whole COT ami f0 ?m?? rcsolutioiis oi refetcuoe then I The addrei? a?ain requests that those -leri-on? tijion M dom eenteneee hate baan anaaed, m who are exiled for polities' offenses, ?hall \. amnestied. " The fulfillment of the?.? re.|urB'- .'i?fy the Hun? garian nation ?*ni gil I hoft l"i the BaTTaagC-M Di .>'? (i ?ucee.? ful t-otapro, In conclnsion, theaddfaas re.iu'-t.? hil M^?tAfWaxt to delay the fhlflllment of thee (leanmia, ami Mute? that th? Diet has learned witt, great satisfaction fruin t!.,. Boral Rescript that the Kapara! Intend? t?. intio?nea in his other i'rovinies alao the nrinciplt ol Ministerial responsi? bility. 1'KflTB, Deo. 12- Evening.- Th.- B-treBS left of the Ia4iwer Hoi.sc haveriaolvad to ?uliiiiit in the Diel a scps r?te drattfifan address. The nttinga of the Comnuticeon Common Affairs commence >.n M'-nduy i,111 ITALY. "-"LORiKcr., Dec. II-Kvening- A royal decree bas L'en Lssaed BOpeorhag th.- eonrenttoi signed bj the Italian Minist?! ol I'ullic Works witl? tho Komau Railway Company. THE NXOOTUTIOM. The missive of M. Tonsllo refers only to rd. '.?na mat? ters. Th? Italian fioTt-rnment has already di ?poa ed ti three of the four points of diilereuce. It ha?) recalled al! the Bishops lo their dioceses, consented that the new ltiiliops may he appointed foi rtvcn&l Boas without an oath of allegiance to lix- l,over:.!ne?at, -.ml professes a wil? lingness to compromise on the qaeanpn if nduuiiw the ni.mber of iwioa, It has further made a / nt accompli of the appropriation of conventual property aud provided ??alarie? lor tim meniljer* of tl.o religious orders, and it ii In?liar4)d thai the Pope may b- induced to overlook this altogether. Ont? having settled the ecUeS-titieul differ? ence, it is bolicied that M. Tonello will offer Ibu Tone Italian protection ?n ternis which he cannoteafuly de? cline; in short it is the common opinion that once the two Power? Wgii. W Ulli they will arrange all their out Standiug dlll'u ulties. Whether the Jesuits, tin- Garibaldi ans, the Koman popula? e or the l.oman committee will pr?cipit?t? matters by violent ani?n ha? been a .?uestiou of some moment but ia io no longer to the majority. TiiE PAPAL STATES. BOMB, Deo. l-.-Thi- Peter's Penoe offenngi since Sep? tember, 1851?, amount to M,(KW,0?)0 flrau<??. 'fha UpoofiK of to day states thal the convention for the apportionment of the Pontifit al debt arm?*! hers to? day front Paris for ra'itication. LetUirB roo* i ved hi-n- ?rom K< ino assert tost at a eon sistory, to be held on the 10th i_*L, ?be Popo ?rill dolivor a highl) important uUoi'iit o-u. Tnnn and Plurente pupsrs my that ino Mal.oi..?l Com? niittoo at Homo has ornamaetl a .Niitioaal (Juunl, and that it th? y ate ?Iso preparing for a national plebiscite, it i? MtOMlfcy that while liberal journal? in Franc?-iirofosa to believe thrit Victor l.mntiuel will t?o to Rome br arrange BMDtwithttM l'ope, substituting Krai.??1 as a protector, the [tabas People My that tim King will yo to Rome aa he mut io S'..|lea and V?nice, on tho invitation of the lil.II.?Ill pi l [ le. M'AIN. VISIT t V THF QVFKN TO PORTI'OAL. I.-'ox, Dee. II Ihe ./m cn of Sp.in an.I tho King ?' ?r ?ort arrived here to-day. liny warn am4 at the tatt* way ?tallai hy '.lu1 king of Portugal, by v.hmii ihoy wire i?y-'.r.i ?I lo the palace at Delein. 'Ihe ? Hy ?ill be tllumi j.ittd this evening. A I.KITKK PROM VII TOR IH'UO ON T1IK BTS?OOLI IN CISTS, M. Victor Hugo ha? written it letter, of ?hi? h the following is a translation, iu rift renco to tho revolutionary contest in Candia: "A cry reaches mo from Athens. In the City of I'!,ulm? and .Tvscbylut un appeal i? made to me-my uni." is pronounced What, (.in I to doeervo such ?in honor ' Nothing but a vanquish?1?! man. And wbo i.n? ?ney who ?all to mc ? Tho vanquished. Ve?, heroic Candi?les, the fallen of to-dsy, you aro tho victors of the future. Ti rM vere. Even if you aie prostrated, you will triumph. The protestatioi ?if ? dying agony is a I ?mer. It is an app'-al to God, who crushes- what I KisgtJ Thoso mighty ODO? who ?re now against jon. th? so coalition? c1 blind for?*? and ?tubborn ?njudice, tho?. Mined antitp. tyrannie?, have as their prim ?pal attribute a remarkable facility of making shiuwrock. Tho tiara i? on the poop, the turban on tho I MU1, the old monarchical ship i? leaking. It is st this very hour foundering in Met.c??, in Austria, in Spoin, in Hir.civcr, in Saxony, at Rome, and elsewhere. Persevere I You vanquished ' Impossible ' The insurrection tup ! is not a prim iple destroyed. There ?re no more I'uiti meeomplit, there is only Right. Fact ia neter com Its perpetual incompleteness is the owning which it lift to Right. Right cannot bo submerged The ??vest? events pass over it. it reappear?. Drowned Poland floats ? n the turfiice. For 'M year? Euro? pean policy ban torn this iori?e, and the world h.ts seen its soul floating abovo the fatti accomplit l?rcck? ??f Camila, you have right on your ?ide, and you hare, idso nason. Why a Pasha should exist m Crete is beyond comprehension. That which is true of Italy is true also as regard? Ore?ce. Vi mee eaUO? I I lestored to the one without ( rote being restored t.? the other. That ?hub is there a r??siine( t?? ?ii, ?cui.ot b?' here .1 M pul? ?.re. Hut in the meau time blood is lowing, and Europe permits it. She get? accustomed t?? it. To-day it is the Sultan's turn to extermin?t?, a na- j tionality. Is there a Turkish diiiue right venerated as the Christum divine right I Murder, r<?bbery, violation, are at this moment sweeping over ('andu as, six months ,igo, they dashed over (iermany. Thut ?huh woii'd not bo allowed to Scuimtcrhaune? i? allowed to .lie ?wini in hand ami quietly to wit? ness these murder?, this is called statesmanship. It would teem thut religion i? intereited in what th? Tutks sre quietly doing-th? culling of Cand?an throat? -and tti.tt t.??? icty w? nhl be shaken if, between Scar perto and Cytherea, little children were not put to the sword. 'Huri'tin-ravaging of crop? ?nd the burning of villages is useful. The motive which captains and toler? ates these eitirmination? is beyond our penetration Alas? our of tho humiliation? of men whom a long eui? ho? made stupid ii am one of thuin ; ?. that they cannot loinpr? he;.d the great reasons of the pr?tent sts?s?|i,?. Nevermind, 'lue Cretan question is henoelorlh ?rlssr. It will be ??dved, and ?olved like ?II the other qneC.ion? of ?*>?? at-, m ?ha sr UKI of dehterance. (?rr-sce complete, Italy complete- Athol at the heed of one, Rome at the he??l of tbe other-this is what we-Krane?-owe ?... ., lr brothers. It is . debt that France ?rill acquit; it is ? duty that France will discharge. When ' Persevere. \ 1? TOM li; 00 Bautcvillo House, Dec. V, COREA. TUP MANS URE Ol' Ti R IRRNCII MI !_t IO K1 RIM ? I ?IRR?. The following interfiling particular? ?re extracted iioji a Toulon letter: " Inrn?irtniit ?awi . .... events in the t'lutia and .lap I :n . 1? ?.?iteriirneiit Ti.tinij dioapprorlag .-i ?ay etiasft ?( ?a TII^.I?Iion against the kingdom of Corea directed 11? nr Admiral li?./?-t?> under luke II?.ti, g till further order? SS.I.T massacre ?f the french Mlaaini 1 so ?ssapl urj > ?..??ti-? u.?i t ?hurl. ?rt.aUI i. btnlei .1? ?. rr?1?! to a mure opportune moinrm Vengeance. tardy ?rook) oal) l?e inore terriblr no that s. I'.it-re v. u ?n objet ti?u to ?u.r'age in a hatardi? is rq.ere tim IT!,.... . I.li.ir.i; y a full km?? ledge of tLe approach'? siiil risi.tiiic i?, s TI t?f that mrst?" The prudent provision? ? f !!.c i um tu ?iii nt are in some ?.?rt ???lill? ?J ti." last dispatches Admitid I'.ut.t lim leg |ieiift rated l?SS mt S?a ol Corea, ?bouixlliu In ?hingen.... _hoiv!? erna tora moment compromis? ?I ?ml llireitlene<f st Uli a great disesl. i el lie i iiiitih'islli easting the lend lu the waters whare the tul's . re ?abject IO V?T??U??? ?I mut ? t'i H 'ret erery ?? hours he loiin I himself at last tlrsnihtl on corn! reeft with all hit litti? (lotilln consisting ol the itesjn ? orvett? I'nmsugi.et and serrral sui.tll giuboatl A catastrophe SBfsafed itnmiuent. ?hens hiirh tub?floated the tfssels ai.d enabled them I? tmttt? fruin their iliiiis'? rmi? jT-ilnn Aft? It t1 i. ?.-? n\m li- Vrench .quail ?Ung eui m h u. the mit|? ol Cum mander ?i UTI in as being li -mai kahl) Correct WS-U ?st t????ril the numil, ol a r.t?r liidienti ?I k* one of the prim upai ??uti? Is ?if the cepllsl of Core?. \ . ?dill? Ihn Sit-I? Til? ?trel? tlu-y rT?liol ?I four league? from the iinuith a latg? s ; I lus.-?1 it here . strong lod.T of arm??<l men ?ere oci upied in ? on.trm ting ?eira Aller tome frultleat attempts at it conference the Admirsl seelng that hit pr?sent'? Boeeaaattoa At the ?ort destroyed the ttocksde by . thol aiut firnl grape Istia tl_t hostile rorpt J'artnee, si I.? li took In Sight in Tier? dlrttlinii. Inn lug this short eli t.?gemini it ?us r?ninrke?! thut the ? ?.reen trtHips mar? lut! ?rofootod, and that Ihr great?1! part uf the aoldiers wre armed M Uli IMIUS ?ml arro? s and turned pikes The admiral, who only intended to rnske ?hyilrogruphleal rta mOmkUtnut to facili tate ?iltenor OMmtloaa, has left thesr Inhospitable shore? to Joio his tssiu tijuad-on in the China tea? INDIA AND CHINA. INMAN FIHANCKfl. The Tima ?ay? the rea?on for the Oovernment having notified M mu? h beforo tbo req .ititi? time that India rivo percent? will not lie paid off in IH70, is ?aid to con? sist simply in the fact that, looking at the railway and other requirements of the country, it wa? found there was l.n probability of its being expedient to oxereise the power of redemption ?t that ?late, and that it was considered tho holder* were entitled to thisknowlodge as soon a? it could he conveyed to them. FINANCIAL IKTHMilflKRCE. ROVHAV. Nov. ;W. Colton rather liriner; week'? ?hip ! n,cuts, in.i'iKj bule?. Exchange 1/ Id. Freight? to Liver? pool, 3Sj ?"d. l.?u:i TTA, Nov. 'JH. -Exchsng?, V |d. Kreight? to England, M . A Hong Kong dispatch ?ay? that the pirates who Ihe America MMSM (len. Miermun, alter tying th?. ?tew to Hie IUHSIS, set the vessel on hrc, and th?y ?U penihcd, ?l?o two English | alienger?. If ALTA. IHK MALTA AM) ALLX ANURI A TKLBURAl'll. VAL? ITA, lix. II. Mu? Malu and Aiexandria Tele? graph linn it again ruptured. Ihe fault lu the cable is-"IK) miles froa Alexsii'lria. Ihe Hawk, st Alexandria, will proceed to r?p?ir the damage as ?oon a? the weather is favorable. FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE. mm DUBLIN. IMPORTANT BEIZCRIS BY THE <)0\ KRNMRNT-D18COV KRY OF A MANCFACTORV (I. " URkKK HUB - DETENTION OR A SCPPOBII? FENIAN PRIVATBBR~ CAPTURR OR A FENIAN COMMiTTBB, A.C. Freut Our Special Ctirrespoesteat. l?i HUN, Dec. 1- Ittf,. The Government aro now going ti their work "with their coats off. ' Haily, almost hourly, they are ?capping up young men in this city and in all parts of the country ?ii tho barest su*pici??n of a connection with ?nianiim. They are in no way scrupulous sbiut the tmsine??; the critical time is suppoiod to be at hand, and they think It better to err on the safe side of the line; that ii, better to have some hundreds of uino? ont persons iu prison until the time fixed for a " rising" l.y James Htepban? ha? I passed, than to leave any out who would be likely to rally at once at the summons of the Head (enter When Hr. l'owir was arrested lost ws?k there w?s found ? II lure, or in hu house-if w? may credit the police-a litt which implicated a number of persons, and would lead lo their captare. Wh?th?r in consequence of such a dis? covery or not. several larson? hsv? been taken into cus? tody in Dublin ?ince then. I mentioned in my last letUr that while I was writing, on Saturday night arrest? wer? being made in a tobaceoni?t'a ?hop at the corner of Hack ville-?t. 'Ihe proprietors, two respectable young in?n, brother?, of tin? name of Kelly, were the poison? captured. On Mot.d.iy night the police ?proceeded toa bout?, m I'orrlai.il st , the waulan?1?? of an attorney's clerk named Slack, alni look into custody nine person? whom they found enjoying them ?el..??? a? Ins tal.le drinking brandy punch, file men, though iskiu ?jmio by ?uipne?', had ne?ber IKIM nor plans nor document? of say kind before them, yet the police bave ehoaei. to represent '.dem M a Ken ian Commit le? - e-i what grounds no one oa'i tell, WA mat that ton '. of their number were known to be sympa? thisers with " Ibo . ?..no. ' A search for anns was institut? ed, l.nt uni hing wss found beyond a few hilo bullet?, which curio.nit, enough, wer? taken from the pocket of a dress h? longing to Mr?. HtsrV. The names of the ?yst.-d Me William Stock, John Clune, Eugene () Sullivan, David Peebles Hutt, John Kennet Walsh, John Healy, James Dowling, Mu h?< 1 Clou, y and Janies Howes. On ih? s.iiii" .lay a still more startling sciiure was made in a hnii??- on llallylrO) ph road, convenu nt to Kenn;,'a vitriol work?. A Urge quininy of what ia called " (in ,?k fir- " waa there discovered, wttb all lb? materials and ap i.erntui f<>r maaulactirlng It. Theso ?ii iel? s were imme? diately rsrtid away lo the Castle yard, and the proprietor of the lu aie. it man named John A. Smith, was taken in'o custody 'ibis discovery bas treated much alarm ni the city, for it ia ?uppoaed the ni a nu fact u re of the tcinhle liquid ha? l.eeii going <>n for a consul, rai le time, and that the itock sewd '?-a? merely iii? last brewing, so to ?pt ik. It is nlsiti i-noiigh that even supposing the Fcnisus to le unable to meet t ho soldiers, they might with this stn IT burn ilowu half'he city If they lo pleated; and it is little wonder that Una fuel should alfngl.ttbo loyal shopkecpcrK, iT-sptKi.ill* am h of them an are m any way obno-ioii? to the popular fetimg. The Quvernmeut aro at present hav lng Um atiilf .uialynrd. So far the reports. Hut, query: On what ?authority do Ibe )-4>lice describe itasthe "Greek," or liquid lire! I hey do not appear to have tested it m any way. However, fome of tho Fenian? themsolves do not deny that the stuff was part of their stores, and they blsmc the airest of Di. Power for ita discovery. They relied much on the eflica-cy of that fluid for the working out of their plan?. Only desperate men could think of re? sorting to to fearful an agency to aid them in the conflict. The ei?nsi; they offer ii that the Government have too many advantages over them and that the weaker party are free to do eil to?-- can to rear?is lb? _Mf0ettt*r. But day aft.-r nay tho arm of the (?oven.mont lu Ireland is being made stronger. New accession? of force are arnvinp, new elements of n??.?.lance to (be threatened popular outl.orst ?re being made ready for the orceaion. Troops aie ?till norning in from England. On Monday the .crow troop-abiirOronie? salle, train Portsmouth for Ire? land with the 18th Koyiuirnt on board. On yeiterday the troop-ihip Tamar sailed for Ireland with the ?1st Light In? fantry. Ve?t?r.Uy an order una received al Chatham gar? rison directiui? further detachments from the Roysl Artil? lery to I-?* held in r**?adineaa to proceed to Ireland. Ar? re enforcement? arriving to James Stephens in a like manner I Who ran believo it ? 'ITie ebano-? a-tainst him have benn doubled, nye, quadrupled, during the last lew weeks. No wond? r it shaOtud he so. He gara the Covrrni-cnl lair nud timely nott, a of his intention lo attack them, as i' to pre vent any possit lilly of thor being taken unawares. Of curs? they have token tho hint; they have puttheir honso in order, and however it might have been with him previ? ously, they sre now in a position to dispose easily,speedi ly, and eflcctnally ol'nuy for. o their iii.oruiaiit tan bung againit them We had another ?ensatiori ?o-day, ca.iscd hy i; telegram from Loudon announcing th?.'? a large ihree-maated ?crew steamer. |.n n ed for li-nr i*uu? and having a q lanlity of arm? and ainiiiiiniiiou on hoard, land been ?*a*.t.ir.?<l in tin? Modwav on suspicion of being intended as a Fenian priva? teer. Her crow, It is ?sid, were found to bo mostly Inih. Their rcpreS4?ntati ?n is that the vessel had been pun' aacd fors war et-nin. i l,v the Republic ?f ('..limbla, and wa? >,n her way ti? South' America. A strong parly of marines have been placed "n board her, and two liritiah wsr ves? sel? kemp Imr coter, ?! with their guns-one of them lying I'.uteclose lo ber to pie ten l her tat/ape. What the facts regarding her ma) turn out to be we have at present no means 01 knowing, but the prevalent opinion here ia that tbs atsleuicnt male by the crew will be found to be cor? rect. In reply to the memorial of the Cork magntrstes the Co.?. run eat hate informed ik* m that the power of. ailing out Special coi. ?t?! I? ? iu I Willi emergencies, of which the? stc lo I..; iho judge, is T ,.?!?.<! by law in the magistracy. If tnsy uppri-h-Tiiil *i,mults or riots, and believe that the n-gular I'.icc? ni the (iuvernment are iimiflicient to mest the danger, thet sro at lil.orty to take that ttep. As a eonit-tjueiue of tins deelaratio.i, the enrollment **ill prob? ably b? comment*???! \, ry ?...m m -?non? partiof Ihn coun? try. The p. pular pa]-?-i? ?pprebeud that evil consequences will result. James Stephens hi? not yet ?bown up. There are yet 19 day? befir.- bim in which to fulfill ni? promi?e by ?p pearisg on ln?h soil, and starting, or trying to start, a vam and l,..|x-|,-?? insurrection. Cardinal I u leu has iituud a pastoral in which tho pro? jected insurrection i? . i.u.leu.nrxi a? B proceeding opposed to the law? of tbe church. 1 le?! the. reader to expect ?a inn, h aoint.- ti in? ?go. Some of our Tory join IIB)? in'uuale that hi? lau? itgn i? not at all stron?: enough for th? ocea aion, and one of tb?m complain? of hi? remark that in he???. "mi??irov?rnment and.ipprtuion ?hall be no more, as H ?t wer? ? ibsrp cat at the Ilritiih Government. "?"LORKNCK. Mi'ii ABotT rnormwun v ILLA ii a ram-BLrr- __c Tiuis on "rLoniriTini ni?--???--? ouLonau i'iiii?? up TUB I'HITID rrai-a m ruiktm i ttlMIUL rtUatlfO'l TRIAL-mi ?L-CTIO.Ml in ?IKITU-"?lOTIATIona WITH Tilt POM. Tnm Out t?*?->i t orr?????S--i. >. i ? ? u i- N i Dee, i, it*? In my letter of the 17th November 1 gare a brief ?uin n >ry of the co?tent? of a pamphlet by Professor Paaquale VUlari, entitled " A Chi t la Colpa.' It hu already gone through M-rcral ?dillons, but I now allude, to it again to It ?"? ? fact, llliistrntive of the good si.irit snimsting so nany Itadiaii? at this pr?tent time. A Milan??? upotli . < ri, named Krba, has st hi? own expense, distributed ',oii thiough all tur filies of liait. and is now doini? il ?aine giH-d work for the ellie? of Venetia. (Another lti.1 au ?tiMU, Kslvagnoli, has proposed, ia order t?i im? prove indnstriai skill, that a certain number of j ming ar? tisan? ?hould be sent to I'eris neit year to ta! e a leaeou from the examples of foreiga inaiiufacture at the great Kihil.itiou. Au amendment has u?,-n, however, moved by tbe Provincial Deputation of this city, by which it baa buen ?ugirosletl th?t imtead of being sent lo Paris, these young men should be maintained for a ;*oar or more at va? rious ?cat? of manufacture abroad. Great credit i?, bow i ver ?riven to Salviiguoli for bia lirai idea. A? another lnraiia to promote and ei.i ouragfl the industry of tbe conn try and to create an asaurance of futurs wealth smi pros? perity, tb-e Minister of Agriculture and Commerce has issued a circular, calling on the Syndics and autliorlti?? in every Provine? of the kingdom to collect specimens of the natural products. In order to illustrate the various resources of Italy in the approaching Exhibition. It baa been sup? posed that Italian vinci will not bear export liku those of Frame and Spain, but this appears t.. (><. au error, fos? tered hy trame, ?ho .?oes not deaire ? rival in tuuuinne more than in political power smith of the Alps, and cm.? hrmed by lue condition of the wines themselves, canse.l hy neglect in the manufacture. It has been proved on examination that the Italian wines, if properly made, are (?nile as capable of export a? the Kreuch and Spanish, and Un y are expected to form a fruitful branch of commerce. liait Weduesdaj, the i3?tli of November, Professor Vii laii began his \\ inter course of lectures at the Institute. Iii? ?ut.jict i? Florentine History The inference drawn fjom this lecture. Is thst one of the principal csu?ea why a Republic a? nourishing a? that of Florence in'.thesixteii?th c.-iiiiiry, and a? superior in civilisation HIHI wealth, (con ?i.lr.r.ii?' Ita Um) t.i the monarchical Statel of that period, f.-ll mjttSj a prey to foreign and and domestic tyrants, was the narrow ?pint which enfjued the privilege? ,,t lincloni wubin the limit! of the city wall?. The commercial 4iuil<ia; which took the lead in Florence, wt-rulloee whose traflic led them beyond their city, and they promoted tim extention of territory mi all ndc?, under the jurisdiction i f th?, municipality ; but the pe.uantry aud th? citizens of the conquered town?, wore ?like ?ubjects of Florence, not fie? men. Their number?, therefore, weakened rathe, than strengthened the power of the Id-public. Thus it lu.? iilw?y? Irren; the ?hort-sightctl selfishness, which aaeti bee? ?he intereit of any one class, or race, or order, to what, at the time, is suppo??d to he the in tareel of the dominant class, or nee. OC order, is, sooner or Ui??r, ?ure to in.-.t a ilh its lust reward. It is to the enlarged siurit (it liber? ality, inauce-d by a common desire lo rid lliemselve? of lastly ?-"rants mpported by foreigu usur? cr?, a? well a* of ths'iltgh l'iie-ts ot Catholic ("hmtendoui, which has giren power to the rerolution from when..? bus sprung union, with an Italian Nation and Coveriitueut. There ii here, at present, a colored lady froui the States. Home year? ago she was refined a passport to travel on the hurotriai. continent by Mr. Buchanan, at that time Amer? ica-Minister to England, he uaed the plea that she was no citizen of the I ' uit?'d Ktutes, and had no country. She 04-oordtnirly cauaed beraelf to lie naturalised an English? woman, then a ncceesary and wise step, though, happily lor the prof rees of civilisation, aa nell aa lot toe growth, prosperity and moral influence of the I'nited State?, Bh? might now enjoy the privileges she then coveted in In-r t ative land. During her residence in Kngland thia lady has been trained a* a sick nnrie in the Loudou hospitals, and has the highest credentials from the surgeons thorc. A philanthropic desire to sid the wounded lu the late war brought her to Florence, a few months ago; but her ?emees were no longer needed, ?nd ?he is now therefuru -?_ pursuing her studlea under the most celebrated surgsoni here, and has obtained sdmittsnee ss a nurse into tbe hospitals. Her color, far from proving s ditadvintage, has boon the means uf opening every thing to her; for the lillians, with the usual al.??nee of narrow prcjudica which dutiuguishes them, are delighted to discover an e^ tal amount of iuteliigeuee, thougti under a skin some ?badas dark.-r than their otra. The trial of Admiral P?.rsano I? to be reopened this dsy, the lit of December. He don not appear to shrink from the investigation, but proposes to undertake hit own de? fense, and his Manda believe that the chief blaine of the naval defeat st Lissa will rest ou those officers who re? fused to obey the orders of their chef. An article in the Kecua de? Deux Mundet of November, entitled Lina, points oui the error? of Admiral l'ersano s tadu s, which sr? sxoused on the plea of ignorance of the new method of naval warfare required since steamers and iron ela "I have j Ireen ?ubstitiited for sailing veisels 'I hi elections n Venice and Venetia for the appr. s? s-ioii of I'urliam'iit vgl .tu considerable attention. Hore Bru a people win??? fathers for II ceuinruia enjoyed th#? I privilege of aa ladepeadent Kiata, whose freedom und (.iiiaiiiiiii?,nal ?-orerument pruaeaud a model for thoee of tho mort civiluad nations lu tvij dan, but who. hy allowing too much power to fall into the hands ot M toeraey, gradually sunk into de<:ay. Neither their wealth, their refiiseinent, nor their art could savothcm from f a prey to foreign invaders, who bunded them over toothers, a? it ?tilted theil convenience. Now they have recover? ?1 their liberty to f??rm a Province of the grout Italian king? dom, and, what once might have ?eeiutxl a hiituili4tioR i? now th? ir glory and their pride. I.endinom, a town ofl the Venetian frontier ntar where the Po branche? iff to it? several mouths, has chosen (len. Garibaldi for its deputy Ihe Ihtntlo ahberal paper, her?) re marka that nho hit? done welland made amends for tho choice Venn ?s ha? made of Lu Marmora ?hilo omitting " the gre it?-t, ? upturn of tho people, who, on tho Tyrol??? nionuta i *, maintained iinsiilli 1 he valor of Italy, and kentahv? tlu? lame of her aobievi.i ont?." The Nazmme, the fuabionablo paper of Horencc. aud which g-ucrally contains moro new?, a? it prolmbly ha? moro ?our? es open to it. cou?1 the nomination ol'I'nrihahli, ?a he ha? been air? ii. elected a ilepitty ? leewbeTe. and still more ?overely monts on thnt of ( Hunt l'icr l.uigs Hembo by oae of Iba Kleetoral I oil? g? ? of Vcn.ce. It sccii.s thnt li? inl.o known for having adv.cited a Lombardo-Venetian king? dom in I >H" IK'iO, i.i.dir the Archduke Kir'lmaud ' iiiiliiui, und that lu? ?ilterwanl .icccptcd an Austrian np i iiintmcnt,-his libcialiaui. in shut, d ite? from th I UM, I'??mnn ndatorc Vegezzi is again to basent to Rome to r? new his negotiations with the Pope, begun Lis? Among the pamphlets published on this topic, that ? ?Stefano Ponraro hss .most reputation. The real S . l'on aro lived and died by the hand of the hangman in the middle ol' tho bite? nth century, under one of th? humane of the Kunian Pontiffs. As tho historian ni !. I 1'orcaro wa? by birth "noble, hi? reputation spotle?,. but inspired by a fnmon? poem to liberty by the ceiebn "I Italian poet, Petrncli, a tuan if learning, with noble aspira? tions, hu attempted to free Home from priestly domina? tion, and i?enshed accordingly. " The Houiaa?,' pro ? "eds <Ji-bon, " pitied ?nd almoit applauded these martyrs of their country, but their applause was mute, their \ ity ineffectual and their liberty forever extinct." Tbe author of this pamphlet, who has assumed the name of Poreaio, begins by reviewing the state of parties in Rome ?t tbi? moment, when the ?peedy approach of tin: end of a foreign <xcu|?ation will afford a favorable oppor? tunity for ci? h to come for* ard in tbe struggle for inde? pendence. He ?I? clare? the right of Kouiana lo govern themtclvo?, and that Home belongs to her own people, hi desenlie? the Senate as a magistracy which outlived Kings, Kcpnhlic, mu! Emperor?, and that the constant anugon isin between the Pope? and the ticmian Kmporors for suprema?-.' in Ititi y hail served to maintain the ?cintilar ce ?it least, of Independence and universal right? for those to whom eu? h looked tor support. The election of the Pop. ?, .ven until a comparatively late period, was attended willi popular forms, and he was generally chosen from among the patrician? of Rome. Tin authority??! the Bent*, bo? - ever, w?? iii ?continualstruggle wi'htnatof the Pope, audit win thus that m ? ii like Kien/oand Porcarofor.nd adherents who had not forgotten ItVme ba?l oneo called herself free, and who chnfm] under the worst tyranny, thtt ol' thoa* who no1 only -oui,I kill the body, but the lou!. The Roman SeiiHtc, even st this ?at? period, had it? flags and tatter? currie?! by the cb iel? of the people, the " C'?/.i /?./.? each of tie 14 district? into which the city wa? ?livid, ti; the ?tandan! horn?1 lieforo the Senate itself was similar to thal ni tamest Home-red and gold, with a satin ? siguiiying "The Senate of ihe Komnu people. The Senate possessed hi'fs, and hail the right of jurindiction over co mm oners and wall? d village? of the Di.? Koine. The police were under their orders, ami ?li'iiiril a kind of sovereign authority, coining inoi < v and, durit g the inte im between the deatii of one Pope and tho choice of his successor, ruling the ely. TI.? ,r 1'residont, culled by preeminence " The Senator, ' received roysl honor?, ?nd derive?! his nuthority from tho people, the militia, and the barons. Tins civil government, m an eo'lesiastical State, existed in form, though not m power, until 1847, when the Roman Senate MAtratiiformed into a municipal Administrative body, a^WCgiitieal represen? tation or p?rimaient of the pcopl?!w*i<?Iecteil, nt mon coU-fbrmabl? with modern Ideej at ? ivii/ation. This ws? done by a volniit.irv act on the part of Pius the Nii.'h and in Mi.rch, 1H48, the statute which e?it?\hhshe?l a ' ?u - atiiiitmual government iu Rome was discussed inafu.l cocsistory of Cardinals and publishe?!. The .Semite w m thus abolished for the freer institutions of a ni. pality and parliament, but when tbeso again were abolished on the return of the Pope by Kren? h arm?, the Human Senate was not restored. anJ thu? every vestige of liberty, c^en in name, haadUap peure.l. It is vaiu for the Pope to protest ?gainst the n. v.ision of richte he has received from his presleccssors and w nu h he t? insiders it his duty to transmit to Ins ?u. I The right of absolnte nile over the Roman people neither he nor any other Pope ever ?lid possees, whatever they might claim, and illegally exercise. The pcniphret ci. eludee by dei lariug, that ?? soon as the French tro..ps have evacuated the soil, the Hoinan people will he? a? again their own master?, and m?y dispose of themselves ?s they please, and make u?e of right? first instituted by a Human Senate and now extended to all the ?iviiized peo? ple of Europe, that of the " Plebiscite.' The author ? x peet? thai wini? um'.np Victor Kuianuel lobe their King, the Roman pi?onlc will request the Pope to remain ?as I'riDlate of III? Italian Kingdom end, under ??tope?le. ?ion Pt kka Use? soil the shadow of? banner on which will be inscrib? ?1 " Liberty for th? t'hursrh and the Stat?1, ' ex eretse hi? hired ministry, " revered by hi? toni, no longer hi? luajttti. ' Hut in what do the Roman people of this ?lay consist* For upward of 2.000 yean Rome ha? in?in'aii.e?? her right lo UM capital el' Italy, the metr?poli? of the world, and the Tiewt on ber (brum, mid not tha Vat ican or St. Peter ?, keep ?live th? ide? of ber greeta??? in the heart? ?nil head? of every Italian pal.iot, who ia resolved that ?ho shall ?till be' the seat of government for the kingdom, however little ?h? may be adapted by climat? or geograph? ical position to the 'demand? of ? modern capita!. Th? stronghold ?if ignorance.hypocrisy and tyrauny during the ? ?n tu rice uiuler which she has submitted to eoclettssticH. domiustiou, she is ?till held sacred hy the Catholic world ?? the temple of their religion, th? dwelling of their High Priest. The intelligent middle das?'If ?<tc!i exist?, from whom all rational liberty prtvseed?, ?re ?mall in number, and lost in the midst of a countless multitudeof DnesUaud t isrs,cardinals,dignitanusof the ch.irch.md the degenerate nobles, form the upper classes, and among these learn.i.g has chosen her place. The shopkeepers who depend ou their gains from the swarms of foreign visitors can:..t ilesir? any ?iiauge which might diminish their custon.? r w hile the ptotmintry, poor, ignorant ?nd snperstitlo?is, ni.iy ?ay of a tree Constitution as the Queen of spain has lately saul of her people, " What do we care for liberty compared with our souls '" Until a whole system baaed ?in casuistry and hypo? ri'y be ?went away, the liuest race in the world must be enfeebled und rendered unworthy of the enjoyment of I'retxjroui. To maintain Home and the Homans a? tiny are, would be, as it has been, a crying iniquity, which to ?lo? trine of expediency can juatity. end no' revolution, however sanguinary, (and we trust ?mh may be a verte! can lie comparable, as au evil, to the misery and degn.ds tiou milli led on mankind bv the continuance of a Papal (.overnuient lu the heait of Europe. - a* VENICE. THE < ITT Al-TKR THE LATE KKSTIVlTIiS-BXPbHTsM OP THB y.rTBS-KI.KCTIO.t FoR DEPTH IKS TO THI ITAL? IAN PARLIAHK.ST-THBSl'Ci MM-TL CANDIDATE? A FLA ?I I Kt'BKNTATlOR FROM <iBXOA -COMUtHCK WITH AUERICA. From Our S| eelsl Correapoadant. VK.NII ; Duubtl'ss it ?ctms an age to that fust people over Ion ?ea ?ince the celebration? consequent upon the King's entry into Venice, while in our more quiet life we are still living upon ami talking over the brilliant fetes. It seems but a? yesterday that we listened lo the morning salute, and the farewell cheers ftom the peonle a?, with his BOble ?Mott Vi? tor Kmauuel left thu city for Klorvu?-e. For ? week the Ring had continuous!?1 received the heartfelt welcome of the people, anil witi c-sed the zealous palriot i.-ii. m his iiewly-hc?iilired Provinces. The iniu'iiili? eut scene? of the celebration audfr.tr. . t;.?s passed off with a wonderful degree of success, ard to the uni re satisfaction of Monarch and people. Hut the | holiday, with its romantic display? and eli ite?l fi.dir..-- ? bus g?'?ue, giving way to long ?Isis of actualities- ol e?rue?t ?truggle, ID which enthusiasm alone will notatail. Stripped ot her gay decorations. Venue begin? to coi.r.t the cost of her gaieties, and though ?he doe? ?o in no be? grudging regretful humor, yet couitmnsons must be ma do and accounts settled, .?some very large iteu * for a lesn purse are found, as, for instant?*, the " .Humiliation of the Piazia,' i osting "00,000 franc?," and the " Km.' s gal? lery, 40,000 Irsnc?," head the column, followed hr items fir the teu mognibcent geHeys for the muni-ip?! oil., c.? ?t half the cost, esch, of the Hoy?l bsrge; lurching the Royal palace, left vacant by tho t<r'rt ?< packiug-up " of the Kmporor when he vat ?ted the premise?, added t<> sundry ? ther items of more or les? iui|iortauce, which the authorities of your own City could furnish you, on a limited scsle, ?Her ?mular reoeptlow-(Von certainly will not blaine the jxior Venetians, for such en-snsiv'?? luxuries, under a monarchy, it good republican? indulge in timm)-make op the total expense of the reception of th_ Kuig, for winch the public treasury is hall?, a? ? ?.rding to different authorities, ranging from MI to ton million? ? : frail?-*, wlrrih is ??oh a portion of the actual outlay, as th " Citizens in their private capacity ?xpeuded, each according to In? ability, llefore th? Italinu ?oidiers entered ima city the very poor, who p?rb?n? ?ntcrtaiuad the mott extrav'a grant idea? of the benefits ?boat to be conferred upon them by the ch?nge. pawued thetr clothing to hoy t-ottou material for flag? thete flags i ming in their turn into the hand? of the pawnbroker, that tiieir wr?t?.heilowuera might be supplied with bread, during the interval occumug after the snlUicr?' reception befor?) the entrance of the King. Hy mean? best known to theroaelvcs they managest to ret>o_?e?a themselves of their flag* for the royal reoeption. ?Bo b?ve passed from public <?* ?errat i on, mini a ?lay or tau ?mee, when tbey added somewhat t.. lb? diflaur.ic? of the preaenl position by presenting rhtm ?fllvc? at the miitiudpnl office?, to thu number of Uti. or HOo, ?tul demanded 'cither |toJ ho supplied with work? or | funds lioui the public exchequer The othcint racogn /? 1 < th.'in as tbe representatives of thousand? in th? city, ?rio? I know n?it where to look Ihr the morro???*? food, and wleelc ?.lopted coiiciliatt?y inea?orrs. ,t e. inpninnsc was efiecte.l . by a iiromise ?I uier?>?siii?? the number of th? i nine? used tor di opening am! ? leaning; the canal?, y employ-mem m this way io IOUII?, ? hilo otbotfyHBdM I woik at the arscual?, and olhor? ?lill were tu wait for the 1 prosecution of p!.iu? a little ?ndcfi-.:oii.(-t ion. inch Hu ?.irgcrt fl-pectinr o, t*o-arae, to he included In ilicbci.c'ita ?i/Iotdrd >>y one of ti.o tust two ; Thoa Venice, in her first expcnenci?of a t'reegsjeern? meni, tinda herself confronted aub ami emlMTTanned 1/ the same logacv of (?overty among the masses ?hiebevery otker atote Vn italy hal iohetiteel ttwm theil priest rale? \ ci: re, le-,ti;.? M-ITTIKI ouly f) Ri me IU her fidelity i<? Papacy i-r also next io h.-r in tbi* ?x.virty ,,f !,?. p4?t.p!e. Vet the gre.it major.ty ?f th. Venetian? minni ua,.?h it the good .? nae and coouuen ,.!?.,?..,t r.y. 1 th ir aaie*:. r?, .'.nd will >et work out the problem bet-bee limn. __*__ tint, abetino lor (Icputics to me li.ilian Parliament, which WTis eon? la..I..I hist Sabbath, demore'rates cnclnm-cly their aoiii.l |ud?incitt 1:1 t:.- t mon so admirably* .utted -.. iii.? exinnetea of th?' oeeaaton. itniiailnary meeting?? ?*rre hi Id every even,it" fir u< arly two week* ? nor to th.? !? .tun .uni ? more rcapectabM u.tell'genO* g.ithcuig of men triU r.u? y be ?<c?r in any country. '1 he poon r ? i ofrie .?c. iiiid t.. n fart) it quite as n muttir of course, tint the arraiii/i - -u*??4'i| ami mrnle br the more educated class, as in tho oh Reonblioj the nobility gavo thotr Itteittiofi ." ?.-:?. .S.-th'i ...:iu"..-:i pt-opfc gare theil ...:..*: a to ? bat bad bee? i. In the [..--?,,t Inafanci the meet? i were held In the . .\*... .r.i iti which ai,'.- penen might join i the cn?. . raesuaanddcasar?laof the -".... .. datos las oubli? louoiS. lin: lawycia here, an in other . omit hi a, bivi loud argBB-Mta lo inako which were lieteaed m with n??r?t?'tful attention, thoogh aemetimN referred to sa *-eaflhcMincJ tin? ntrdii'itce with words," while the short, " tnatler-oP fact" ipooehes of business men it trac ted u.c closest at? te:itiou and were decidedly n . li p? , ular of all, Ide ptcJ I?!?*, soetning to feel the neoonit? ifeegacioaa managaa-eaM at headquarters, wh? te nnu of t.nau ial ability a*d eoui..|J j idgineiif are needed more liuu the windy speeches or linprscticiil tbcoiifti?. , A ticket wns hD nly agreed apon, the merits cf the ran didati'B consisting of no pledges to any t aitr platform, !>..?_*> ii'.easiiring tiioin a. cording to pol,mai and boam iel kuowl? edgo ana pructical al.ility-eu? h man r areeentif aef interesl valuable to Venetia, u,( re ? arti? ulai 1}, -.nd aleo ta Italy in general. That portion of Venetia induded in the City of Venicry and the ttdiacent island? is entitled by thewnn_M)M eli etion to ?iz rcprenentatiycs, throe of whom art lor tin? city proper. There arose a ne?esntr for 1**0 election* before ii heal r?j ?? ii 11 ?as obtained; the occasion of th-jf tailure in the tina instance l.< lug the failure ol the city can? .lidatea to obluin the requisite majority overall (-pponcnts? ihc Church ..lui Austrian aympafhi'? uintini? apoit Count Bembo, who was for u my yean .Mayor of Verne?""* under Austrian rule, and *? ! o wa? suspecte?! ef mWtyeytl tin zrvr* with that ela."? of tit .sen*?, who in some di (.ne, identified tbcmselvt's with ti.at element, wh le it w..? tie? dominant power, ana still luspected "hy thoaa watchful* and Jofloua Venetians, trho never thus i Itaem Mlvaa of lingering partiality for their formar n,i:''H aaroeel lim l?rintlfj iii? rejected Const is au tote?iuanl mem and was a good .Major, tn 1 ......_ to a | ?itv which in, rVmartan wonM Le con?.der?? l " muganatrva.' HW .?? de;ivor?"l .ii.mig bia ..tfic'ii! career t?. conciliate, nut'ran-? derim little obnoxious as possit?!? . A than power; **1 ile the buger portion of t:.c Venetians ian cxeitc-n themselves io keep alivo the intenso anum -ity -?..-t.iist "lo 8-r.iin?'ro -"tlii; siriiuger' -an tiley nailed the ni welcomo) oei upant of their . .ty. ifi -cover, the moie rerl_ot?n?c i-'.Raa of People .ire Dot d< liri? us of me ?iigbteet augmenta !i u of toe rafal influence in Parliament, ami t'.ey fenn A Count Bembo might have some leaning toward Home. They wonM not accept t rspreeantotiTC wi.osc election ungut po?sibly contribute, th. ugh lndii eily, to lc-gthcn?. the duration of the temporal power it '.ne rope. Tli?"* name of Cou it Bombo wita pi teed up?.n the ticket ter eucla of the three division? ot the I Ity, and in each district ti.?? vote for lum was iu__teot to neutralize the oth? i ? t.ona, though he wa? defeated ia Mob and thus .x-< aiionetl another ???embling of the people a? the poll? on the? 'a!d of December, when the ori^?iu*il Venetian ticket w?o elected. An item or two ni regard to Iho sutccssf.it t,.udidates may bo valuable, a_ inustratini the t>i?_i,h< te. dons considered essential by ti.e Veuet.aii? ? 0 t .. ir representatives, espec-.i ly as t! eso quaiiticatton?! Indina?. UM VU btolligent Italian? take if the present ?tate of some important departments, and tin? reforma, UM newly actpiired | ro? inc? at leas' .? about I? advocate, with the ch.iuec 11 obtaining a hearing. Copt. ra:nt?n, an ex- ?tlnvr ot the Italian 1'vipn, " crm-iratcd ' after the lOfolution ol 18-? t" I'-i-iui.-i.t. Ile le the a, thor of a comedy in which i? shown the fault* if lue Ituliau military adiinr. siii: i i.. which, utter tai? nt rcseutii lona lo at wded ho ?.?(.s, *..> suppressed by th? t? ..ver nine lit. Capt. K.in.l.n wa? i !ect. ti to urgo the r, . orgaui-fTitioH ol UM Itnlian militar] ?y-tuii atad by lo? thorough knowled-re of the ?Ticticai *rorfclttfl of the pre? eot luiperfect orgaiiu.itioa of the la:?d forces, and the faultV ad::.i ?irai.m) of the NHV.I1 I???,,ai*.iiieiat, will be eli aided to i xert I weighty II ti... n. i? in r ."hameut inf.? vor of the adoption i f practical mea? .re? to brmg al?outageni,iii--i reform. Gnleaan Maldini Is, or rather wa?, the captain (fan Italiuu frigate. A native Vend inn, he uagrad latooftbe renovmod Vtneiian Marit.e College, whula lnstitntiou ?ras luppresecd by tbe Austrian (?overnnici t. After 18-HJ be was u fellow itudrnt of Admiral '!'( ?.*? tbi tf, the victor In the great fattie < f Utea laM Su m mer, in I winch tbi, Italian navy waa .curly destroy?-!,a.?, lutidligi na Italians believe, by tfie -rapertor t??rtm? "t Ui? AtiBtnaus, | wlio adopted a ino-i?catioii ? f the aid Vi ..et ..n syalcm. Capt. Maldini wrote a tr??atiae adviMAting the ri]4Hitar.izatioa of the Ita!IBU navy Nut, ur l.-nuna'cly the Oovcrumen? was unwilling to listen to his project?. The Department ni I W?4r"/t/rrrr,-y,it rx said, teiiri'dthc adoption ol a ?)?tcint which Would !ess??n the nami er ? ' ; ,t> , -,. r,n,t,l and ei poso many preeent abuse?, lie was therefore nominate?! Secretary of the Mann? l)e?-artii.en?, au Italian way of sileneing reformers ,n Govern atcHtal aSalr?. li is electui-n in?truet him to urge tho reform, and to eil lain to Ih? ParliBment tbe advantage- of the oof.ii.ii of Venice for * i.aval stathn ai.d a manee ichor.1. Jriuldii.i and K..U.I rt scived the Rtjiutln in the revolution ol I8_), Prof. Scolari, another deputy. Is also a Venetian, author of verio'.ls trent.see on public ei?.n< my a Pn lessor m th? we'il-kuowu und antit'.i? Univeisitus of P.sa ?uti l'aria, an "cmiiiiai.t ' on account ot Aiiir.au tvev. rnj. snd ? man of extensive itai.?ti'*_l informal!.?n. [?nicularly vale-. able to the ??uintnr )ti?t now. It he should prove too th?o leiie?l, h.? theories msy be rei.derrd * ractical hy tho re?. iiiainuigd. pnty, Matu(??*o:._tv Pes-arT. a (?reek Jew, for a, long time a mident In Egypt a"id :ho I? nie Is!.indi?. II?? is tory fon 1 < f. and \cy s.?. i ,??f..l in. tommeriiul opera? tions,'from which it is infeere '. be ? iii ..pp-iM?.' .? >tb ?lena ability and, it ii hoped, with aquaJ ?u.cess. boam ial abuses. Italy expect? from h m good coui.ul in regan! to it? iiniiit-Lr* del'f, ".iz. .1,400 l/oti (?in. In the liri* 11 these newlv-electe?! Meml-er? cf Pariia-Mflf, ('apt Pam. t?n,e*entf?c ultra Kepubl.cani h-.ve entire con?dcnic. To cither of the othtrs tiurj re-1'?'. 1 iv. prafi rred Manlna, now ia Genoa, a n.an wh?V_vc ... in I'M u.-i I?-VIO, when la gan in. u..- of theo osl ilagraut ahu?, a ol the ??stem. If, however, a it.-????ae baa been made, it? will be rectihed as soon as the ah H n ?MOU is over ami tl.c elcctio-? lor iht ...;ig term are c??.led for. The tsoir, iiig few mouths will give an ?..j port n, tv fot tc?ting ti.? qua?tiea and integrity of the ureeect d-pntiea, H ntl th?? pe p!r will kvow who to ilect for the long period which, is to follow. The who!? Proviucc of Venetia is tutitl. d to i representaron of -0 members, the number altona !.. .:.*? BU1-( i.ent to t-'ifv* Important induanca. fcvcrywhe.e) the elcclion? have I cm caine. ? .u ;he -ame maueer, th? ?...i.e ? irci.iL?t4inc?? o'-erstirtg f? r or a?-!iinst the ?indi? dates, rbounh in but f-r-w InstSAces U? it l??eu necvasuiy t . r.?[>e.it the ballot. It ba? bet n. pf-Thap*.wisely suggestc-i tM?t the attention of the P ? be d.r.-.iid t.> .1 in;iui-?Ling it? own c imbers, ?i". benefit to the king? Th'. -. derate party has been generally ?iioce?sf-.f, af.ctwhitl. argue? w. !! tor t e ?.mu of leformatui/ nic-isures in the Parhumeiit. It li i rid. at that the Hi-pnb? lit an party bat had immen?. ia ieai rnuning tho seh otlon . f lim IM i who t.ppr??i ...*.? :he (.(.nditiou of th? .*.. .utr* aud will er.'i- I tj many of the trying evils of the QoTeroment A flag preeratation _:_ laiv!y teen trade in Venice by a> delegatVon from Genoa, Th.* occasion awskcued mauy the ??opie, whoso sat reacts wen [neiden t.mo ninia upon the ata ?t ,1 whose commerce, se-.-?ang me furthest borders of the then, ku?.wn w. i! 1, often brought the twe prow, rs into collis.on. I!..- most <:e?f-??rate eooflicts up t. tiresea, in former age?, .Tere f..t)|*ht hetwecn the galle*-? of Venice and HUM a, en? h party leeming .1?tcruin.?.i ".ctheoth.-r or ? erish In the attai lime m tho po?-!-esi.iou of a Veiuti iii genera .hlthecily. until by some mterpei-atiou be c Menied to withdraw. Al suotbe: tn.ie, when the war hr. r.e ? ,.t *t.-iT?h and waxttl 1..?; ?Kb hii?e revcLgit and hatre.1 on both sides, the (?..laoese la ,ded at the o'.iter p It of v.?? iif-Malm? eco-. after hnvu.? destroyed th( V H -. fleet? The usual good forttiLc of Vc': ice-Sf. Mai I. or >>/ Theodore, pcr - saved her fr>".n entire ?It>::?-. tun. Indeed, ber lett" would have aoeepted an; rms of enpita-adon ??: dUiaiL.lation.b .t ti.el??-.-.?.?e l?irsted for levenge, mid Venice mist be Uambi? d Pi...-i .litiooal ?>.;rieniler n,u.?f be made. The same broad " Lagune ' v?!iuh bad t ii4.il a rjarrier agait.s* th? h--nie? of Attila frota the mitinlii".i c.-ntnrlt-? be?ore now presented ?ik- obstruc . the rapacity of theil enemies from the senboanl. IheQe:...?-? Mtal .-bed then.? rei n*?on the outer lire* it of the U* gan theu sounding?, which the Vcac tians Uialdgv'. to distill, io vu:.o:.? way?, : tu one hy ot.v new ?h.ps of war were for-red in ile great -r?..?nul of tb? Kepublic. u.uiy of them Milt ir? m me prc-cc-**?!? of riia fewels. free h given by the Venetian Iodine. Nobles er iste.1 i:i tl.c service 'and s!l chtssee furnished recruits ui . I V.-r.i. i wa? able to man a fleet, created and ei*.r.ppe<. whil? the enemy wa? actual y knocking at tbo ooor. : '. from ata unjust "iinpn?.?:.-.i.<.-nt at an hour wl.. n lu* couid <avo his country, aid J hythe opportun? arrival of ti i m from a fon-ign exped?? tion, won .in almost miraeul-cis vi.-tory. Now when (ienuaaad Vonu.e sre r?joui; goret the union ot Italy, it It a very prow moirent for tin i.eecndentaof thoee once fMiierftii ana heice enemies to unite in this peaceful hour _ friendly iute:(Uanc*e cf mutual civilities. The flag was most richly ?t-r. ught m gold upon a ground of heavy silk in the it*.'! i an colors, mounted upon a iti.ff beautifully carved and gilded. The ri-Bnle vueda upoa the flag as rested more than volumea of speeches- "Uenovn n '..neiis.'" Tbo ?hart J u .V.r?rrr. f n Philadelphia, has j:u? ?at. red -he harbor laden with J T6n ^a^?rl^ of peirtlcum. Tbi? n the lirst ihipfrrm A . ,. ii for u.orn tlttiiayear. Othftrt are teooi .,u cari-eat tf fi.eudlvaH'1 . alni, '.tween tho oh! I? lu? ..f the Old World oi.d toe new Kep:.t?li< 11 tho NUTV Uoritlut.I II,, J,,,?ni whvn thiv mu both oniennr j ?WTV I-? m ?I in theil .letorr. \