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the capital of the department of the Boucher da
Another rioioua naa*m'>lage took place oa the Sd
instant, at Ctpu?, l-?ln re N ipoleon landed ou hii
retum frwn the d-IhikI <>f Klba,) but it waa r?
pressed before ir had gained much bend. A man
had been arretted u ? coder house for having uttered
the cn?-s of "Vive la RipuMiifur I>im<Kratitjw
tt Sociale and his friends, having tried to rescue
him, had excited the tmmti. Peace in re-eaublikhed
at the pret-enl hour.
The French tif*-i ou its way to Cherbourg, where
the President will review it on the first day ol
September, entrr?d the port of Toulon on the 1st
inst. It contested of the man-of-war Friedland,
three decks snd 107 L"'iie, ?rh the tf i-r of th Admiral,
acd comm uM- J n M. Percev.il Ue?rUk
rhief commander; Y.lniy, captain; Admiral, Dubourdiea?Tetnappet,
Hercule, Jena, Jupiter, Indexible
; (hire simm 11 itt-iftt!', liescartee, Oncij'v,
Magellan; one steam corvette, (.'.itou. The flcel
will arrive at Cherbourg on ihe i^itlt inst.
A very curious (him n. it-ported hi the newspaper*,
which ha* caused some araaation 111 Francs anil
l'iedniout. The monk- of St. Bernard, those venerable
men whose only occupation is to pray la
the Almighty, Mini to pive help to ihe unfortunate
travellers crossing the Alps, have been dis|*ifaes?
cd of iheir convt-nt i;nd propelty, by the Swim
government. A complaint haa beta krwuh btton
our authorities, under whose protection Hie monks
>f St. Bernard are placed, and every thing letdd to
believe that thf-y will be restored to their projierty
jnd reinstated in tiie quietiira* of their monastery.
If there iu in the wo ld i ^aiholio intiitutioh deserving
praise and assist* uoe, no doubt it is that ol
St- Bernard.
Pamphlets of all kinds, size, and ina*t-r are
now published on the events of 1HI8; and much
Julk is had aboui the approaching appearances of a
brochure written by Mi. l-'itiucoi* Arago, the astronomer,
in which he wiil throw much light on the
facts and acts of the provisional government. It id
haid, with much wit and reason, (hat, " more g
is wanted on the subj'd " Mr. Crctnieux in'ends
also publishing a email book on the same subject.
Let us see !
I cannot pats in silence the remarkabl- letter
of Mr. Guizot, whiten upon his refusal to be n?.-isto,.r
r<..v.i;? i. i-i i.u
givrs, and the lanauat'e employed by this greal
writer and philosopher, art- really admirable, and
worth tx-io^ tianslated into Knglish tor the column*
of the JUrultl.
Another translation, also worthy to be published,
is that of nn article from the Swiac gazette, called
Bund-Zritimfg, contained in the Sinle, of the tith
August, inst , which coa.Hins the highest aentih
mentB of esteem and friendship, from the Helvetic
republic towards the government of Washington.
That article was written on the reception ol Mr.
Dudley Mann, b) the Congress of Switzerland.
Jn Piedmont, the condemnation pronounced by
I he Couit of Appeals against Alexander Varezini,
ilishop of ^Hs-.-rtiui, tier used of having instigited
She clergy of hie diocess to contempt of the government,
has created much jeat-ation. His grace was
.sentenced to one month's imprisonment and to the
rxpensea of th* trial But since he had been detained
more than the time to which he was sentenced,
he was set nt liberty, and bin return ci la
lumitrr nu iuitil, was celebrated by a fete.
At Koine, ihe only important news is that of the
emirsion ef treasury uott.- for live million of scudi
(dollar?), at five (>er cent interest, made by the
papal government. A commission was al*o named
to 0(ier<ite for tin* demrueiion of the paper bills
which hud currency during thu reign of the resolution.
At Niplri, the claim of Kagl.'iid for lo?st'i mule
by several En^li-hmen in Sicily, were acknowledged
by King Ferdinand and his ministry, 'id a
commission was named which w as to decide the
amount of money to be paid
At Madrid, a rumor was spread about the loreseen
ministerial crisis which was to follow the
forced dissolution of the Oortez, which was to t ike
idace 011 the #th inst. Nothing is yet positively
known on the subject
The dllairs of Germany appear to be getting, if
piwiwr, uiuir ttiiu miiir ruiunmcu. mu iriiiniiberthat
I mentioued iu our of my letters, that a
treaty of peace had bet n signed, on the 2J of July
alt , t>y Prussia with Denmark, which was to he
approvtd by >1) ike Stale of the Uerinanic confederation.
Now, l'msai* pretends that the confederalion
is no more, whtl?t Austria assures in that tbi*
i* false, and rUtes that she -hould consider the passige
of the Baden troop* through Meutz, &* break*
ing the treaty of peace A courrier, bearer of despatches
coniim.irig the ultimatum of Austria, h.is
been sent to Ueilin. and the government of Vienna
have declared that they were ready to sign the protocol
of London, which wo accepted, as you know,
by the pleni|>otentiaritB of France, lltu?ia, England,
Denmtrk an I Sweden
The atlair of the Du< hies his ab-u>rbe,| all the
other (juestioue ol Griminy, and will probably do
I *?o, as long as h saiisf iclor> solution is not given on
the subject. Since the battle of Utedt, won by
> the lJaui's over the troops of Schleswig-Hols sin,
the former have rem tir.ed in a quiet attitude, from
'he fear of provoking an aMird intervention ol
Pru' a, by iQVadmg llolt,t?-in. i; is well known
hi^the government of Berlin ha ^-otes'ed agitinsl
Tne entrv of Danish troops inm Hol-tein, ai>d declared
thai if tb* -e troop* should cross the Kider,
lfc?V would immediitely ru rrh their enrj/t d'armti
i !o the asMMsnce of Ih- Duchies. No one rau tell
f i-uch a fear w ill prevent ihe Danes from pursuing
Iheir victories Will anew European conuress be
called into session to settle this questiont This w?
shall soon know: but the most difficult thing to
. kjttjw is, if the interested powers will accept the
' arbitration.
The govercment of neks'- Caasei has declared
Itaelf in ttate ol hai krupt: haying been ruined by
the revolution of 1MH The salaries of the erati
ivf m.i i.^.u imiH for the last two months.
1-rom Kuumb, *r kimw tbat w uk?f hn h?ii
sailed by Elite r<>r Ni h"laa, by w hich a Urte ol
kvcb mm rvery 1,000 mm of hi* empire his
been ordered Thus tbr Czar will augment hid
.irniy of 1M0.000. and no doubt auch a Urge mttrmbly
of troops will five the ?ro?<pect of gre*t evenU
-ither durinK the year 1V>1 or l<>'2 The soonei
the better, ^uoh a ?ut? of mrertitnde is very had.
The Congress of Peace will decidedly meet a!
Frankfort on the 22.1, 2Sd, and '.Milt io?t. The
American members of thut assembly are already
on the spot, and ready to mri t thfiv tri'-niln.
M. Thiers left Pari*, a few days ago, on his way
to German*. The object of his journey i* noi
known, and hia visit to M de Metternich, at Brussels,
has been the cause of tnuch gossip iu the political
I will close this long correspondence by mentionin*
the meeting of American citizens, which wai
held on Friday last, at the legation of the United
Mates, l<ue V. rt?-, in regard to th<* lamentable
death of your |dtr President, GaneraJ Taylor. Mr
River, minister. *? :it.-.-nt, and being sick and
unable to re|>air to Paris, he had written to Mr
ttendford, Charge ad interim, to give him the
power to take his i>lar?- Ahoiit on?? hnndred and
i twenty citaeur of ilie l.'nited Mates were preaent,
1 and I Joined ih. m, having received a very polite
1 invitation to aiten l th>- nieetinf, in order to have it
| lully reportriMhr ?h?- New York Herald.
H*?ry iNMltoa "*andford, Char/e ad interim.
wa* rnlle.l !<> Ill' t h.?ir; Mf ?ar* Kofcert W*J?h. f
1* Ccrbin, Valratiue Mod, I^mhrrt, Pinnule. and
I h*inr, ?(nmi>iir<l Vicp President*; and Pine ami
Fry, Srcrrtari'S A Committee oo Jleaolutio**?
Mr?*ra MH 'iniofk, Hi-hnn, O A Huckiofftiam,
Norton, W H hwrll. Molt and Helmnth, re
ported 'he lollnwin*, which were adopted :?
Vh?M< the taniniif la Pari* have learned of ' h?
Imth of F.aehary T?y|.>r Pi evident of the I nti?d
^tate* th-7 4e.ii It a duty to (it?r a piibli- mantf**
tat lea of eorrow and having aae-mble.l Aa?i?t S
lkM, at the Aaerleaa I.elation they hereby adopt th<
.'allowing re*alattoa?
Reeolved That la the death of Preddent Taylor, thi
American natloa ha? ?u?taiD?l a heavy lorn
That the deceased, la elvil III*, an a pablle nerrant
well a>laitat*tered the law* of the I'alon. with an lai
partial regard for tha right* and latereeta of all th<
Ir imk
Tha* In war he .l|>playi-d hWh |?alitle? a* a general
and by hi* love of p. a<-- lent hi* profr**ioo It* failed
That I* the adaelaUtratloa of the gnvermaat a? ra
fard* the right* ot foreign nation* he rearhed thi
*t andard ot ha^ar *ei by Washington which aanno
' he daparted froaa wliboat dlegraa* aad detriment o
I rala to tha rapwblla
That whlla we deeply deplore tha ralanlty wltl
whlrh oar roaatry baa keen v 1*1 tad. wa f*rveatlv pra;
I that thla afllwtlna may ebaetea and parity tb* heart
af oar eountry tn>-n Inducing a* ail to **t aald* part;
aad aacttoa^ leellrg thwe leading a? Mora and ann
la tha lawiaege nf th. Inangnral addrea* of the d<
| aeae*d. ' to Iwvofce a afiMtlaaane* of the *ame protect
Iiac (-ara wnirn mm* i*m u. ?ro?i inui wnnr ?
, Mrni'ir* *o tkto d?j iipy , to a??ll to daoarao th<
, inttnoanr' by pradono aod inodwra'lna la oar com
I ?IU. kj **11 4ir?M tlUa^ll to aa*nac* tka
l a??? wblrh l"o ofioa nark< unaanldaM* <
I opinion by tha prnaniffttloa and praotlca of Ja?t aa
| Mnaral prl?o4pl*a and br aa cnlar?od patriot:aai able
' f hail arfcfiovlod** ao llatu bat thoaa of oar wt<
>praad aapnblla '*
Tkat la "ontMBplatioanf tbl< b#ra*Tan*iit wahafcot
h tba booa?!fat aa4 aubltaia apartaola of a rapablli
J ?ia<o*t (fir^alKf Itaalf ? wltnoaa tba moral (rat
f, #?ar "f Ha qaMI? lata otfcar haada
L TWt mm a> ) path I a* with tha faally of lb a da-aa??i
J aart l?ad?r to U?a oar aoadntaaea.
I T?it to ni'-awfj nf th? IwMawl and a* a tnk?a i
f, ,rUf lor tha Mi our Miantr; haa >aataln*d In tb
L jaatk of th? *r?at and good taaa, wo aaar tba am
[ r' moaralaa
That a - f J a* prr??a.l|n<a k* aoat to th? ft
M mii T "1 ' Wcaaaad Ihn.ajh ?h? (>-partm?nt of *tat<
I %m4 aacttw ba ptaOoraad aai n< tba paprra af tha L<
II ( ' I I
I] That t'. f-hatka ol tka ?i*ltin* b? pr?v at-I toll
|| -h- ira>?a ana ?? at Iko pr r< odtngo feo pakHahad
II Is con-r^ir?** at Ike kntlfMitM h
L American < I"< ? '? ? ''aria, wr?r mnffi
I I... - 1 ' ' * \? T-V lor, an 1
[who pi 'lira P?n?. fm?rk? IMM ti>c t. .
E rraiw in ?ata ni?W? ?? ' <f "n t?i- > ( irn
E Who arr kaoa ( atlonin. t" aabe I |' ti?t t
| > ? i n o|f f r
I w.ll! Umw N-prV* m.iy ? ?? ' N
I ,n^ will - Niin " AVa? r? '
Pari*, August 8, 1860
j Pleaiurt Seeking? Arenttutu.n? Tkt Ball turn ' Edit'
?Sturm in Pant?'ai mtrri-?iMimot'r Nrw
t Pluf? New Play*? Oftm and Mutic?Sujurvi'
tii/n of Drama*?Fautl i* Ftrtt and ha JcuxU?
Burgundy Wmn?Ammrunt ra Partt, 4*c. fyc.
The railroad pletuiure trains have depopulated
our city, and every day there ia a departure for
f Havre, Dunkerque Dieppe, Compigne, Fontainebleau,
taking oti a qrarterof the Parisian people.
, Last Monday 1,400 persona left Paris for London,
i and at the rum - time, 2,U<0 John Hulls, with their
! umbrellas and carpet hags, made on irruption into
our city. It wng very curious, indeed, to hear the
English lr.nguage spoken all over Paris? in the
theatres, gaiiieua, street* and squates of our metropolis.
| ( ur e|cell is one of sudden transition,.and no
' doubt the atnnl mode of travelling will soon be
discoveied, lor many trials, of all sorts, have been
1 ti:ade Willi balloons duilug the last six days. 1
' think it useless to mention them to jou. 1)<; tails
on the subject aie in the French pa|>ers; but 1 ean1
not pas? Hie project of a Spanish aeronaut, Mr.
M&totrmyor, from Madrid, who has built tin itn1
mi nte machine, compobed of several balloons,
| cair> ing an array of a mammoth appearance, i;uim,
ajid tire-works, which will he put into actiou in a
lew days. This gigantic balloon, called KUt by
its milker, will undoubtedly he a very curious
s.ylit It I? to be hoped that " Eole " will not be
Icarus." Who knows 1
A must teinble btoim broke upon Paris, on Tues'
day lust, and the Hood has been the cause of
1 many dossiers in our city. You have no idea of
' 1 the violence of the water. It made me remember
: j the position of those wlio visit the cataract of
1 i i\iat>tiru. wheu they pass uniier the " Horse Shoe."
1 iN'tver, in ihe record of human memory (possibly,
1 biuce the days of the deluge,) has such a rai i
pouitd into our city. There wt-re several street*
which were like torrent*, and in which one coal i
tn e fix lo tr u inches of waler. Palis wad transformtd,
lor a day, to a Y< nice; nud, at the present
hour, (he rain has resumed its destructive work.
It i? lo be hoped that the sun will aoon appear, for
' the third part of ihe crops is not yet harvested, ami
1 vw uld lie loft, if such weather >vjs continued.
The news of the theatres is very dull. Three
n?w plays have been produced, this week, and
1 met witii very uncertain approbation.
At the Theatre liistorique, La Chuste au Chattrc
wi;8 rforuied oa Saturday last; and, though it was
writien by >1 Alexnndre Duin**, it w.ts not reI
c?ived wnh much applause. The nine tableaux are
i veiy long, and, with the exception of Mr. Numa
i and JVltuli me Kay, the oiher actors are very poor,
j :~t vcr.il scenes have l>ern (minted by Mr. Ciceri, a ;
wrii-hnowu jioinit r aucuraitiir, arm, among tnem,
the lu?t, repre*?ntiiig the country of Home and the
Holy City on the oaek grouuH, whh admired !>y all
the crmnouiuw f- The (iraina of "LesI'rereaCorses"
(the Cortican Brothers,) wag not played as announced.
.At the Theatre Francais, a comedy in two acts,
l y Mr. Plouvier, called "Une Discretion" (et Plnllipina)
was wituesstd ?tch moderate pleasure by
the sjiectators. It ia, nevertheless, not a triumph.
At the Varietcs, " Le Mare d'une Camirgo,"
(the husband of a ihmrnte,) was contested by the
j k m ml>lv. A Mdlle Delorme, the mistress of an
I hnglithman, Mr. Hois, the banker of the theatre,
I has occupied the best riles, and 1 must confess that
! the in the wor.-t uctress 1 ever bHVr. Ol course she
1 whs the ramaif'O, Hnii the part wai " murdeted"'
i from the fir?t to ihe last line To-night the " PleaI
sure TrtVtl for California," a j>aiioruma vaudeville,
in mx parts, will b* |>erlornied.
At the Vaudeville Theatre a new farce, called
! * Leg Paves eurle pave" (the pavement abolished) i
is in rehf'i'if- l, and will be produced on Saturday |
n'tiht of pavement?the MacAdam is to I
I be put on the Boulevards, w ith a new composition
. of buuim n and small gravel )
The nt w repairs m.tde on the Acadatny of Music
I sie nearly completed, snd it is said that Mr. Ko1
! que) Ian will ?>j? n th< Opera House on the 28th
ii.a<?nt, w ith the riew partition of Auber, "L'Unfant
Piodigne." Bdrh<i!ln, the celebrated barytone,
h. s li It Paris; he is engaged at the Grand Theatre
of Madrd for the sum of bO.UOO francs. Alboni
1 will also be attached to that theatre, with a higher
In execution of the new law on theatres, the Minister
of the Interior bus ap.minted the commission
<1 censorship us follows hmmiuers, Messrs.
Florent, Cart-tan,Pelliiier, de Maynurd, ami Neveo;
Ine|*-ctors, Me?*rs. lMaire and Loum Buyer: Secretary,
Mr. Victor Ilullaya. The*e gentlemen
ht.ve* iil'ehdy entered on their offices, and niiuy
fir?t peili m.aiites have been postponed ou itccoiint
ol the dutitH of the rabmrt noir of the theutrea,
under the Ministry of Interior.
The most curious exhibition was made the other
day, tt the stores of Mr. Kouvenat, bspoci ?te of
Mr. Christople, a celebrated jeweller, of the jewL
elc and erowi s of Kauatin I, Kni|>eror of Hayti. It
i!- indeed laughable to see how that prince of ton[
Irtbamdt sprnd? freely the money of his new t>ubjrct*,
in bnying knick-knack* ol <:11 t,oru. I have
been told that the cost of these jewels would
; amount to one million of franca Would it not
: he better for him to pay the debts of Hsyti to
1 France end sther nations !
Among the great place* of Paris, I take with
' pleasure this opportunity of mentioning the immense
' wine cellar* ot Mr. Juie* Lau**eure, containing
' a' out four millions of franca worth of wine*, of all
1 K its and qualities. Thi* gentleman haa formed a
paitnerehip with Mr. B4rard, the eon of Mr. Be1
rard, of the fiim of Bernrd St Mondon. book?eller*,
ar.d will tend to the United Slate* the beM Burrindies
ever drank on the ather *?de of the Atn'ic.
A batket of their sparkling wine*, called
; ' Pmtr Ctpit ? " *ltra or delicateneaa.
You will taste for yourself.
1 AMF.RI' *>? tM PARIS.
1 J W. Braley. Cb?rl??too J. Ualne*. N?w Orleans
J J Haines, New York > Laui??e? 8mlih do.
I n 8 Beaeb, do C.M Bryant. Boston
M O Ward. Arkansas ID Heap Washington.
W.Y Elliot. New York W Dtrlns. Philadelphia
i 0 V KUiot. do J M Aintnek New Tork.
W . I! Kinney New Jersey. J P Al?tnn. Charleston
.1 K Bi atwilsht, Columbia. C P. Alston, do
J II Jones. Philadelphia. V II Kimball Phlla
M f) Ward Arkansas W 0 A ikon. 8 Carolina
ft W Philadelphia II Oohsn. Haraimah
' J. B'>ury, Baltimore B ? Allaire. New York.
W A. Boker. Philadelphia. Br A II Hnilth. I'bila
O W Boll Baltimore. L M Kuthartord. N. York.
J p H lit bank Pliila P J Houtbwlrk. do.
J A I ailHlDK Haw IW1 ^. UIIW. n?w vmu.
, J. V Stooe Saw Oriaaaa. W M Uoodrkh do
I li. Huh. Nxlcrk W W Mua. ilaorcli
1' II fltapbeB*. N Jeraey. J. W Vlr^hiBwi. Hnatori
E K. Ilabtebt. New York. W. 11 Dlfbrot, ilt* Ttrk
J hl?bf>|>, <# J fluraly. do
I *bi flhepbaid. Columbia W J Milieu. da
C. Jtroko Nt? W?t?b I?r liwr l|rr?r* do r
I IwmO ttiiM, Hooton. P Owl>T, do.
PaIii?, Aufuat H, 1HS9
AVv (i< Knr Boddtrt??A Wnr ibtm
? Z^riKi of Fnwjtm'f ll'i/r? (imlltmm'i Cott*mt?Chtldrtn'$,
j The luxury ia alwaya immtnir 10 our great metnpoiia,
and, though the g re* teat atmplicity of
, color* i* alwaya of bcm fna,ikf f ia diaplayed a
, n? ImrN of food* Miid inmmiiiga which ia realty
>urpnmn( The moot fnahionaMe atuffa worn, al
tin- nwnKnt, if called tnUmmttm**, a aort of linen
. very this, and ptiaird with Peraiaa 4eiisna,
*u ?large tluwera and leavea, of varief ated
color*. The famed houaeaof Mm*. (!a|rli(, Jraa
dp Part*, Lea Villea da Prance, and ether well
known atorea of Parte, are the beat place* to find
iheae a rtit lea, and, 1 dare aay, the oily atorea
where they could be aelected from aa immeoae
arietjr. The liaen cambric*, embroidered with
white, red, yellow, or free a boqaeta, are alao
much worn Maay ailk dreaaea, of Scotch plaid,
most be ateatioaed among the hat of the faahioM
blegooda. Aj for the at*le of making and trimming
the dreaaea of our Partman h*U*?, it haa ao
much changed for the laat three moot ha. The
only new itx otion which ought not to be forgotj
t< a, ir a eon of boddice, mad'- aa a rmrmo, which
>. n.uat be explained ia order to be underatood It
? of ton i>? g> nil? man jaraei, iifni 10 ine
^ b? d>. ?ad huttonii'g in float to the |?>mt of the
w, lat, wh^re it ?rta lm,?r in the abape of an a (met
V. etid ibe poilit* of the jm k? t are, 4lao, let looae
? ou ihr hi|>? Thin B> w atylr of hoddwe M ?rry
,f bii'i Hl l*- and 6n? pnrti Th? el^aee are ?f4
fwatelaige, abort. tad trimmed with 'JUU, aaaorted
h to the mora of the drraa
la The new modrla of ntaatillaa are ia the aha pa of
a ?bawl, round oa the edgea. aad trimmed with
roimmi T hey are ordinarily made wrh taffetaa,
' of brown, maroon, green, aad wbite-blua colore.
' Th? ?rarl tnialillaa of fmlrmrtrmmf, with an uaI
der liairg of pink, yellow, lemon, or blue ailk, are
ai?o mm a wont.
>f The lomry of linen ia eiteaded, now a daya, he.
a toad all lin>ita. It ia a pieaaure to admire our
d ladwa, wbi ae ?|ee*ea, culla, and Chrniiaetlee, are
n ade with the ticket!?tubroidenra, trimmel with
mo/mi aad I o/emiewoe# Oae could amnio*'- he
*; area certain ol our #rur.amoih. r?, dunut the . i??? h
of Louia XV , and nothing c*n be rnapirrd to
ia /r ?i//>a of theae toilete, and tb? In ?hneaa they
to the akin of a lad)
ie Th? hoai.fta are of differ' at eoru, but the a%>mle
i- L gt>om Miaw, tn?t n.'d "II around ibe edgr. with
ie h < wijfim i t rr?|*-, and arorn?d with two ?nitll
k r-w?h??f| fli.wrr> oa th> iw.?aid>a?f' the bead,
I ar?-it,'- ar ymt ?<( * of nhiem-nt. Kurfrtn^i
l ol, ilitea i 'he ?*lry. e?d |? megtan ite btida, are
? th- flowere rh<r>n hy t;?< V?>?t r ,:,t?era
* 'I he . of ton ? r~' i.ed ?? hr waUrinf
H placet of Germany, B*4en, Alt ied ll-rnhourjr, m
*\ -4 \K k? &<!.? raM* 1 riw, t few d >r* ago, an
invoice rent to a very rich, pretty, and amiable
ADicruti iary, Mia- L***, oi hoaton, which wu
realty worth txiBtf noticed. There were aeveu
fill I oit nm ol \ >!! t ?i? <i i On aud t cwolb, woicli
i wernj tmfeed ?dn>iihMe Oc,e among th-in I remarked,
and 1 thiiik tin dearrip'ion will plt-m-Myour
rebdera. It ccntltted of a ailk of watered white
talm, ot Hit tifcrM quality, made dla At*ne lie Hielunnr,
the butt well maikcd, li^hi nud long wairted,
ki:d he tkirt tie<1 to ihe boddice thret or four
ii chea b< low the whim, lotming a point iu front
iipd behind?tw o mtihII vtJa*t, borderrd with a mIIc
1 c.id, wne etwn to the tot ten 11' the t-kirt. The
tli cvtk wcie tight to the aim, troni the fhouldera
to llie t lb< w, ai.d tr< III there lo the wrut ihey vmri*
cut large, in the abate ol a iuniiel The hodoti-e
v. a. high i.< i Ltd, t lo l . vit i! ii Collar I ke lh?i of
* tt i.lliu iifcV coat 'lhcitigh \ery < ii<l, ihid robe
vat- it iv I'fMii. and no doubt it will be much udmiji
d at Eni? n- Paden.
A vety impoiti nt evttit in the IjilnonHtle cirolca,
la Ihe r*(OMiMn n nle l y it hl'lle i.u^ut-t, wl the
tt< urmiu It r the btnprei* of llajti, Mail iiio l'au?
int. IviMttd the More ot tin i > illiner, mid b.?beld:
ltt, A cloak of cruiiboii \? Iv? t, trimmed
*?iih while Mitin, and of a point d'r*pannr of gold.
2 Ai.ollier in.Lt-iibl t loak. ol blur \?net. Micttrii
wiiti l>? t >, nil (I bordered with gold embroidery
ot the rieheti woik. ' >. i^iiiefu dresses with
ytii wiufwhilr, ciiniroii.blue, lemon, green,dniiiHyk
or wateied Miks, nil tnmmm with blondes of gold,
silver, or wonderful main tf>, and ribbons,
n unufattun d at L>(iis fur her black Majesty.
4. A mounting nut of four dresses (in cute of a
death iu the lumily of F. ubtni 1 ), one made in
Hhtin, the othel iri tiuti.c^k, ilie third in cloth, and
the fourth iu rrajie, all tnmtned with jait, brmuleInapt,
and ornaments ?f silk. In >hort, if her
Muji?ty in not a white nod a pretty woman, die
may feelawmrtd that site will be the most richly
di? fted of all the princesses of the seas.
The (oti'itii'M for gentlemen are nil fancy.
Their morning dress generally comists of a tort of
ta>kil, of raw gilli or coarse linen, striped with
colon tl hands. The pantaloons ani waistcoats
must be ol the san e goods. Pantaloon# arc made
1 tiLht, sr.(I the wai.-ti'oats short utound the hips.
With scch a costume the colort d ihirt to necessary,
; i:d it is tied around the neck by a scurf of DiUslw
..Ifuiwv roli.r >...,1 fxn.v
i Ttir totlnie for the evening generally consists of
B .-h<.U riding coat, long waisteil, made ol Indies'
cloth, < f brown or duik blue color, white drill
pants, and Marseilles vest, trimmed with a silk
ribbon, and lieu wiih buttons of cel.). The hat is
made with large brim, and is ot gray fur. The
scarf most usually worn is a silk plaid, of al
colors. For the tiirir, the drtss coat is made with
a tingle rm,k of buttons, and trimmed all round
wiih a narrow galloon.
The young boys, from vight to twelve years,
?i ar short jackels, ill the Lug ish Myle, either of
lines, or cloih, or velvet, a long waistcoat, and a
laige pantaloon of w hite drill, short, and falling
only down to the ankle*.
The litlle girls. Iron si\to nine years, are als-o
very piettily dressed. Their toilette is marie with
a slioit robe oljaronax, trotted wtrh ornamented
flowers, upon which their kind mother will lix .?n
embroidered 'onrK/w/wph collar, ruffle*, >?iid culls
around the elbows. The short pantaloon is ulso
trimmed with embroideries, and heir little leet imprisoned
in gaiters assorted to Uie color of the dress.
Let us finit-h their description with a round rice
hat, as white us possible, adorned with a g-irlutid
ot flowers, and yon w ill have a full specimen of one
of tin se lovely children playing in the alley of the
Jardin du Tuilleries. 13 H. it.
C|.li lciis In Fii{il?Kil of the CuUlnct of
Prthliitni Killmure,
[Fku the I.c.udi u Uimrn. August 7.1
The late melancholy event m the United States,
which ahri i>tly ternnntiU d tlie career of G*.aer?l
Titj lor, aiiu gave the death-blow to a cabinet
dirt ady sink u>g under the Wright of its unpopularity,
hi>s led to a change tin which we bee the strongest
motives, with one Military exception, to congiatulate
the Vwted States and the world By this
singular tmn in atlairf* the whig purty la the Vnion
has recovered the Ftrongest, and possibly the
n.ost lasting, hold on the supreme power which it
ha? enjoyed aince the presidency of John (inincy j
Adams Its chief members, and ?*. j??-cially Mr. i
Webster and Mr Crittenden, fiu? themselves |
once more restored, by the death of General !
Taylor, to the potman they lost by the daath of i
(ieiitral Harrison; for although they continued on
that occasion to serve for u few months with Mr.
Tyler, that combination was of short duration, and
the moderation of the American whig* was totally
fortw orn b? fore that unscrupulous persons ge laid
down the dignity to which chance bad raised him.
It may, indeed, he doubted whether any direct
election by the democracy of the United States
could at this time have ao eflectually promoted the
interests of these illustrious descendants of the old
federalist party, as this uifort seen concatenation of !
events. 1 he compromise by which General Ta) lor
was chosen at the last election, as a R'odcrate
Candidate, having peculiar rlainw on popu'.ar sympathy,
has niw |ii\N way to a th irough whig
administration, with Mr. Fillmore as its ostensible
thief, and Mr Webster ka its leading statesman: i
nnd in the abilities of ih<- cibinet, a* well u? in the
fizrd political principle* profeseed by the** sutramrn,
ih< Unit* bun gained a vast acceaaion lo (he
hp i gth *mi character of ita government.
For although it m*y he our duty on aome
ef| pcihI point* to ilifler from the views of the
American cabinet, and it may be said that the poaime
intereata of Great fintaiu are moat immediately
eflected by the disposition or reluctanee of ihe
Anirrican ministers to adopt the principle* of frrm
trade, yet in forming our general eatimateof this administration,
we cannot take so narrow a view of ita
character, or of the vaat relatione of the two AngloAmerican
empires, aa to judge of them solely or
even principally by the opinions they may h>tvcexptea??
d on the theery of commercial protection.
The lawa which govern the tariff of duties, which
contract or stimulate trade, and regulate the titer*
rannle relatione of three great communities, will
infallibly be adjuHrd, in the long run, t>y thone
principles which ihe wanta and interests of each
nation thall prescribe. It is not by force of reasoning,
or by national prejudices against foreign
c<nipriiuon.?r |<olitical pledge*, that the con
tro\ersy of free trade and protection will tie dt cidrd,
either in the United State* or in thia country, but
by experience, hy example, by failure, or by nccfM
Nor can we for one inoinrnl apprehend that
the Hiringili of my particular pnrty in the United
htiitea can be applied to rivet freali fettemon indurtrv,
and to control the greatest expansive force
whicn ha* ever impelled the ettorta of mankind. If
tlit inieiest* which have sprung into life under
comparative freedom of trade ar?- not strong enough
to defend themnelves, they deaerve no political protection;
but tha harrier* once removed can no
h lifter confine thoae elementa of national pr>>apenty
hich obey no laws hut thoae of nature herf?
If l-or these icasons we cannot believe that it
?ill l<e in the policy or in thepowerof the American
cnl met matenally to contract thoae principles of
commercial freedom whcae heieticfiit nflaraet ta
fell with at leeat aa great acvantage by tha people
of the Uai"d Matea aa by the ptople of Kngtand;
and if any tnrh propoaals were extorted from them
I) i lie iIim iniereata of th< ir political p-trtizans,
they Wf.uld be resisted by the nation and defeated
by t'oogrraa.
Lut, looking Uyond thia are poiat af the commercial
policy of the American government, weaee
on every other ground ahnndani reaaon to place the
highest confidence in i?a chief members Weaee
sn.oag ifi'm men who. in the wotat of times,
have dared to combat the turbulent paaaiona or
Mni'nran democracy ; who cenaured and oppoaed
the warlike ^arit whi< k annexed Texaa
and invaded Mexico ; who resaoaded in a
kindred apint to that miaaion of Ix>rd Aahhur
lon'a which ended in one of the moat honorable
treaties ever concluded helwren two free nationa
, and who have sought political grearnesa, not
by deacending to the level of the multitude, bat hy
seeking to raiae and govern the |?.li< y of the nation
by exalted inincifle* and bv a faithful adherenre to
the lawa adopted by their forefather* and acknowledged
by the world At a time when even the
tahility of the I nion haa been not obscurely
threat) Bed by questions arising out of eaormoua
acquiaitiona of territory, by the extraordinary and
aa yet unknown effect of the ( alifornian diacoveiies,
and by the inveterate evils of alavery under a
new shape, it ta a subject of extreme satiafactioa
that the destinies of the L'ntoa are placed in Ae
e># itm mr i a* ai mrnA nnncrht nlllfDI For
whilat the? will ackaawlrdgr thr iD<lr(irnririit
ngklf of thr Stairs la 'hrir iffrrtl degree* of in
Urrat, they wiH riril la nnK of uffd i?hat???r
( owera ihi law baa ?r?trrfin the federal authorities
h<t thr <1?f?ncr ot thr |ir?l ptianptrtirftk* I'atna;
alid thitifh they will not roai h on thr joot
claim* ol thr Eolith, ibry will nryrf rooarat to
naikr I be eiirtiaiuti of American freedom to thr
liotra of thr Pacific a pfrtrii for propliaf aaw rrgii-na
of thr rank With ?latrra.
Above all, io tb* qurationa which cktr Ay concern
tbr rrlationa of the I, aitr?TMiatra with foreign natiotta,
wp may look to thr preaeat admiaiatratianjfor
a M'tfjr ndherence to thoae nlra of good faith and
|4<hi7 which arc the ha?ia of all iniernaixaal
traneactiffM. That a(|rriai?i apiiit of i
juticij ol tbr Amriicaa povwlatioa, which waa
jrlli.ittrd I y the ?|?ithy or ibr connivance of tbr
i?te cabinet to make ? actual deacent om tbr
tlit tra of ( iilia, will m?et, ?r are anrr, with no rm<
i ut?K< n.??t In in Mr. W?ba?er and hia cutlik|vir.i'tit
ot wbim, Mr Oorwia, thr Secr-tary
i t ihe I Mutiny, i? known to havr eiprenaed hia
attraii a to war with more than tbr uawal warmth
?I Anniean thrtotic: aoH we hare incretacd
hi yr* that, a* fir * the influence of tke governon
nl extend*, Omiml L?in ud hia accom^licra
will not br allowidto e?rape their d??ert at thp
h??d? of juetice. We may ati'tcijailr that thr if
iitaM* at.j arrogant i|?rtt rfcawa h> Mr * layton,
i? inr Fun ?!, .^ecretart (ia ImmM- imitation ?
t hate M tiruBH a ita-a it*d, ? ! n mnrr imnil
|?tt < IK !> ? r?<MUr.) will no li'M?t br ril*i*t <y>d
III Cmital Anil Ilea, tn K<i'N(?I, tif r|a*whrrr ;
afi? ih?t ni ' % t:f I "D^r rrrtop *v
foit .^o |>ohi'7 of ftie I 'Sin it-* that frnnknean,
> difiiiiu, ?ua raixltmiKD, which marked, into fk \orhlJi
l MieiiUti, l.i? Union ?diiniu?iruuon of
Iiijut <l?|>artiii nr
'J lie nriirict about rwo yearn tuid a hit If, on
?]i.fh Nu til'im ie (inn lim wing minister* are
rCV ruleiil.fl. v* iJi 4>j<>\ ill i iMvr 10 ihe future
inUrei-ts of tr.tir party In t^iir of the undoubted
Mi| ei inrity of <h? American whiu*, in ability and
i bi u < '< ?, i? 'li?* 11 oj | oaentt, iLt d'-moc rata, the
tide < ! iii ivi ri til Mitiiape tuna atrongly a^mnat i
111 in , 111 j I . m M'ttrci-iy b? en in |>i"Wtrfor twenty
lii f, i 11 t \. i 11 w ilit j i wt iluir ri turn to o|Ne,
?j|itef? ird by any compromise, to a fortuitoua
rx cut lent r. ii i?B>aina to be tried whether the 1
?f< i i ii. 11 > o| tj.eu ^hiiu. la t o great ua to defy .
tl < ? nViUf j . -i-u ls Willi wli.iii <i< i:iocr?icy tu>- I
i. ii.- ; !l 11'| i liM i'i , i.l.d iiil,?!o i -Ir. t i. e !.i r i (i
t t ' I l.t| III f I r.t J !llf) I: :vr !ll( I l.'d! a |?'Op|f
v.) |i i li i it. i. i? r ; i.l d li.< > 111 ill-1 It nit tliohti I
n mill) i i.d i i.j i n uipulcts by wJiu-.il a lower |
i In- < I i < .i'ii 'i i..- w ill trtk iii v. iii ilii jr way r> ick
i> |ihii hi i i In m?r of tin i<ii?*r.<l party, for
'I i vllrit dt tin I mieil Suites, and for the credit
11 >i i ci u ii itiiiai ( n, we hej ( (in it ce>-.- limy
It lit iil> i'ii I, but lienig; jet, ii we could
l.mi.iil u pi I'xt'.i i> lis io tl.i'ir f.iii', it would lie
hiit tin) Mill Itk\r, like the founder- of their p-irty,
a in ii.i hi ion <1 in ihe iiMitila of fheir country;
I lit thst tlit y Mill fail, like Iliot -euillcr statesnit
not An (mch, to prolong or to perpetuate iheir
l*)M cr.
[Kr> lu ths l.oiiiloii Ckroolcl* Aug 0 ]
The cabn.et, which 1'iesident Fillmore has lost
no lime in louring. will, ou the whole, command
?he t) r>ij?Hlhieki niid the hopes of KugLud. Alth(
lifh ceiimn incidents iii the rm.re recent political
inner ol r?>r Wehtler have I'lmtnished, in
m Il.e dt glee, the almost universal respect which
wu Mt cne lime felt for his character, they hdve
l.y no incurs destroyed altogether the interest
v lilt h allai In s, ou this side ol the At! intii;, to (lie
An tnc. ii politician whose slatet,iiiui.:.hi|i huglishn.en
Cull appreciate, whose eloquence Commends
itself, by itr simplicity,to Kuglish tutte,and whose
l i.li e is connected wiili ihe adjustment of one of
lie iiii st it ill i ult cobtioveisies that e ver men iced
ihe iw o great Anglo-Saxon families with a bloody
and exhausting war The gentlemen who follow
Mr. Webstei iii tlm list of the nrw ministry, though
inferior to liim in orstonciil lorce, ai d in the lustre I
ol a public life, w htcli has become alim ?t historical,
bie mppoM d to be neatly hit) equ?.l.< in point of
edminitirative capacity. American c n-ervati.-in
has dlways ixissesst d attractions which have i
eecuri d it even more than it# share of the available |
tali lit in the Union ; and it is one reason, amoug
teveidl, lor welcoming the advent to p wer of the
pmiy professing it* principles, thit the Hn-otsaion
of mediocrities who, with short intervals, have
governed the United States during mure tfaiiu
Iv* t rit> )t hrs, is dt length broken through.
The American whig?? who now, for the first
tin.e since the el ectn.n of General Jackson, have
ft ei. ii Mulled iu ollice without compromise, and
with a fair pros|?ect of |>? rmttiieiice?are not to be
eltigrther judged by the paiticular side whichthey
may ht p|t n u> take on one or two v.reHt que^'ions.
1 lien title lo our esteem rest* much It ?s on the
measures which they advocate, than on the piiuciples
of policy which have descended to them from
tlit- founders of their party, and which thf,y apply
in practice almost instinctively. Very much of the
cntd which wild sketched out by Alexander
Hi nnltcn, under the auspicsa ol Washington, hits
gt ne out of fashion ai d out (>f me, or has been reilactd
by sriiclea that are so many declarations of
neiisy lint i lie re ?till survives the resptel for
prr.i Heal stateimanship, and for government, us mi
art. which the early federalists inculcated. The
w I ii # still think it worth while lo sint.iin their domestic
position by ibtdiente to the coinmon rules
of molality, and to regulate their uttiiule towards
foreign nations by the ordinary m 1x11113 of putdic
law. 'J'heir deposition to exalt the importance and
the perogatives of the central nuthority itt Wa-hirgfi
n, although in other respects it produces few
practical teauUs, is nevertheless to some extent a
taligUdid sgsinst the influences which tempt
Aii enean politicians, when in power, to forget
their rt sponsihilities as representatives of a nation,
iilaii to shape their whole |H>licy iu accordance Willi
the convenience tf a party, or with local and sectiocal
interest*. These very qualifi 'a'ions for exci
Hence in miniintstration are, however, rather
closely connected ?uh the faults into which the
American whig* have recently fallen. Out of
oflice, they have !>een out of thi-ir element, 1
and, as is usual in such cases, they hive made
far greater mmtakes than their antagonists
would have done under similar circumstances.
1 'uring their long exclusion from |iower. they have
felt ncut' ly their want (.1 M>me claims on p-ipular fa
v< r mere tangihieand more resdily appreciable th ?n ]
their general rt s|.? ctalulity of character. In un ,
t-vil hour, they lighted upon the cuu?e of protection
to domestic industry, hint adopted it us tin ir own.
Ai?t? cedi ntly, they had no hiiia whatever toward*
totinm-K id) exclusion. Their leading men hud repndiated
it, and Mr Wehtfti inpkiticdan bnd
figuti <i among the moat enlightened expositors of
fire trade principles. But their connection with
Ntw' Lnglimd, at one# the stronghold of kwhitfism
xi.d ibe teat of Aniericnu manufacture, and the
teni|H.rary |*>puUriiy of the prou etionist cry in
the jjreal ."^tate of I'eDnKylvaom, induced th? m to
ideijiify themselves wHhdemarids which, under the
peculitr ciRumii Mice* of the American Union, are
in ithtrmore nor lew than un outrage on common
tense. iu the bulk of the party, thia movement
may l>e set down as an error of judgtrent, hut in
Mr. Wsbfter's raae it was aomethins worse; and it
has nlready cost that gsntlt mm more than one humiliating
The cabinet commencea its existence emharMfc*ed
by the opinions to which its members are com- <
roitted, botn on the subject of protection and on 1
that of a national bank. From the necessity ?f 1
taking the initiative on the latter bead, i HWJf,
ptobaTly, be enabled to diseairaje it->-if The
measures relstiag to the disposal of public moneys
slid to the currency, which General Jackson originated
in ooe of his famous lit* of obstinacy, have
tern so signally successful, tliat the hottest
of th?lr former opponents will probably refrain
from urging the cabinet to assal them. Another
and a still stronger reason for leaving the legislation
of the dene* rats untouched, is Oie immense
change which the annexation of California has
effected 111 the monetary question under all its
aspects. Hut of the pledgea which Mr. Webster
aid his friends have given to the ptotectiouixt
ironmasters and manufacturers they will not so
easiiv get rid. If any freak of fortune had placi d
the \agialature, as well aa the executive, at the
disposal of the American whigs, the i'reaident
ai.d his ministers could hardly have done otherwise
than demand the enacment of a high protective
tariff at the hands of a friendly majority. There
can be no d.iubt that such a ineaanre would ultimately
have resulted in their irretrievable rum.
rut, fortunately, the t ongresa now aseetnoieri at
WMKliin^ton. hesitating and uncertain a* it has
shown itself on ton* points, it thoroughly d?*cided
00 the subject of fr?e trade. It is notorious that tha
pie< ioua rikiort which Mr. Meiedith, the late protectioaitt
Secretary of the Tresmiry, had thr n*mranre
to n?ue at the beginning ?f 'be year, waa
received at Washington wrh marked disfavor; nor
baa aa> attempt lieen made aince the ses?n>n commenced,
nor ta any likely to he made \n long as it
coBiiaue*, to gat iter from among the scattered
frsgmenta of i*My a respectable muster ta favor of
protection. To judge frcm appearances, the United
States lire likely to enjoy the undoubted be.-t?htsofawhg
eiccative, without the counterhalat
i irg disadvantage of a protectionist majority in
rithet brxncb of the legislature. There is no reah
n to believe that the two powtrs, albeit antagonistic
on points of commercial policy, will rnrrrly
neutralite each other Oo aay leaa question than
thst of slavery, matters rarely come to a dead-lock
ta America: sod, in spite of its generally democratic
complexion, it ia only lattice to the preaent
( oagrem *. allow that, barring constant watchfulnw
*n<) a Uiilr occasional obstruction, it manifeated
no symptom of hostility tn the late President
and kia advisers
tieular inilaencr that the late change n the peraoa I
of the PreaiHent wu likely to eierciae aver tha
flare controversy, hare been virtually diauelled by
our i?rr?ent despatch <>n the 2Hth ef Inly Mr
Weheterwaa placed at the head of the new rniniatry.
() tha 17th of Jmly, the .Senator from Maxaa<hoaetta
had formally declared hia firm* oa tha
Mhnn'l n( pettkrneni befote I he hmiaee- view*
which he, of ronnw, b*a rnm< d wilh hint mm the
cabinet. We mihjaw the ummnry of hia remarka
Kfc they ?||em tn the t? l? nrapbir inie||i|je ice of the
Americna newn?|irr? -Tie (Mr. WrU-ier) wan in
Uvor of the ?dmi**ioa of California at once, lie
wsaaleoof opinion that Congreae ou?ht n>t to
arparate ?|ihout providing government tor the new
territories He felt it absolutely eceaaary that
New Meiieo should receire a territorial orgam/atioa,
but be waa orooeed to her admiaaion aa a
State The probability of the exclusion <4 aUtety
by natural caoMe from the ceded rountnea wa? <?
gteat that he aaw na re?aoa for nrfftng the Wilmot
l.t oviao The Teiaa boundary question eh<?ild be
eeltled iiriii** dun ly." Ilia, therefurr, clear that
the hrrreinry <<f Mete end the governmeat will
?tiDM>rt the i uiiiut<'inip*' bill of Mr. Hear* Clar.
?ltl?il?r4 at.rt ?ti? MaU*.
(1 r?r?i?i.<j tinm L? Mtllt. August 0 j
W? bt4 th*- Mlu? if>M iMHMKr in i*1?atr iMfrr
fri Bi Brnr !?You kilo* that thr l 'nitf<l Sralra
ha?* ju?t, for ikr firat timr, inward formal rrlatioM
with ih? (uvfrmnriii i (ilir llrtvriic confrrimuoa
M Dttdlry Mum, will in IWrjc t? diplomat* mg- lit
ml miniairr pirni|miratmry, i'rr?ani?-H, mi ?h*
12?h of Jul?, hi* c rrrtrntmln lo Ihr Prraut-nt ?>(
fcf fritrral council Hi* arrival wm rre*i?c?l with
< xtrnntrfianr) J?*y * > ihr Kovrrnm*a?, thr
ai>?l ihr prri-lr i f thr roaft <i>-raiM>t. I arn.l y?Ni
ihr Bwif lh* ??-iit-i>fli?lal pnp-i, ta
? Ki? h 1a like narranvr of ihia ?v?-nt
Wr alM) axluti, ?i<h n>n ,J?'r Ihr arrival
f ii iar .f< D' ihi? rrpihuc, th> Itiinrr ?f akiet
Mntd? thai i4 all nthrr tiltiom. A> a turra
:tl? 'N f^erfol i'dko i? rc
than all rthere, give honor to Switzerland,^whic
rrpreaenta the only true demo?!racy 10 Europe
Tne lepublica muat bend their ha.'1"- across^ tli
sea*, for they all represent the aaait. priuciplethat
of the solidification of peace. We ai.'tt" fl'**
have any occasion of vending assistance .'? l"
Americana: but the Anitriauia, in a inoinen.1 ?
, danger, will not certainly hesitate to lean id <>u.
favor in the European scale, and to op|>oae the
power of their authority to some States, as Russia,
for instance. We do not want, however, by the
cheerful inception given to a republican, to oftend
theiepresentutiveaofthe monarchical powert. We
rrt-u-ct all nations, and their forms of government,
m a we feel it not only as a duty, but also us a point
ol licM r, to fulfil our international lelations towards
il! v.iili the ifii.c lo> 111 y. liutif, in the reception
j;i\i ii io M. Mi.mi, wi- In ! a seutiiiicnt mora sj'tiiI
fctl.eiie mid n oie fraternal, >.< lire convinced iIi it
they will Hf'kl.owledye Low imluial is sucll syniintliy.
The iizei liua a kii.d of worahip for tliu
I i.il'd States. Il lie leaves Ills country he goes to
Annua, v-here l.e is H:ie to tiud that liberty
** 1'H !i he Iiim a, anil io w hicli he bowa uu to an old
Ilit i d
M. liudle) Mt nn ia ilie- sune diplomatist to
? |:< in 1 it run i.i i i!j lor nmi i juru: ; u mt climcuil
ii i^ii ii of givirg to the unforti nate Magyar* a iV.ilernul
r> ct ption uithe family nf nations, it lie could
tea lnvi'l tbir moment of ill knowledgliig tti> lr 111<le|
endence. 1 lie m tiding tit tlu- nine Mr. I ludley
Mi nn to Switzerland, lit the moment when this
country in surrounded hy |ieril*?threatened, perhi'i
h, wnil a complete du-organizatioii, ulinwn evidently
tlnit tlx I luted States have determined to
c< nunne the same jwlicy, ami to follow the new
way which ihey have undertaken, and which will
Itudihrnito the hiithtt-t destiny. The death of
Gtueral Taylor will not, probably, change the
liaicli of the American policy, f? r Mr. Fillmore
hi i the t-iiine principles a? the late I'ievident
Switzerland has nlwin.- been dear to the United
Sti tee, from the eirnilurtty in their institutions,
t nd the rentirr.ents ef citizens of both nations.
rl1iim las' act will lie tighter .'gain the friendly
hand#, which hat e united, already, the two couuItieB
U't CM) add that, for long ) ears, A n.erica
has hi mi flie I t-t practical n.-hool lor the Swims
manufacturef, i.nd that Switzerland, by a ntimeiouv
t notation of her citizens, Iris furnished
America with per:-oris who have been very useful
in l ei agriculture. Thus, be ides their political
fjmiuithits, thi-re is ali i between the two counti
ics a pet ft ct identity of natural interest.
\V> l.uje tli.t ihe ifaciinu haa attained its
highest dt (irif, H.nl wo think w ; can be assured
lin t the government at Washington hns contributed.
it.ore ihmi any other, by tin iwtctlic demoriMruioii,
to 8tn|) its ambitious projects. The
Fien< It, and other Kuroj>eun republicans must imit?te
tLi? example The time has arrived when it
in im,'ortvnt to look exclusively to France, where
Ihe le-efetiiblislnneiit of u throne, and another lorm
of frovernment, exccpt the republican, muiti be an
tiitirtly impossible fact.
Iinrlii|;'? C'lr<- ulnr.
lo\wm. Piiday. Au^uvt 9,1850?5 P M.
We hive hml llctrawd uclivity in the colonial and
Ionian produce uiaiketi during the week, and largo
bucli.in< lint bi en donti In uinny ar'.irloH, as will bi?
tun by the subjoined lYnmrkt. riugar lias been in
gnat rei|U*?t Coffee, on the other hand, continue*
m glided. Cotton nrre freely offered. but firm In
the cum ir.aiket little doing, and prices barely Hup
port i (I 'ibe wiaiher, on the whole, ban linen t'avortble
in-(i burteM operation* are now pretty geneiul in
tfclr neighborhood
'ihe price* I American stocks continue to be well
n pportt d r.otwithhtanoiiig the limited tram-action*
There are buyer* dt United ritiiti * H'h, single bund* of
lt>88. at 108; Inscriptions quoted 10-i a 11 HI, New York
Mate 5'a, ol 1868, hare been dune at W3. at which there
are buyer*: Pennsylvania 5 a doll at 82 a 81, Ohio ti n
115 a 110. nothing done: Ma*.achu*ett? Sterling i'i,
li 8, Marylai il Sterling 6'l WO alii, Canada 6'a, in i>ome
dt n.HCd ai 102.
Amu - The stcck of all kin<l? consists of only 1-171
itU.; pots are now firmly held nt S5? , aud pearls at
S('?. (><1.
Cochikic*!..- The public *:ile? have consisted of "!<)
b?g< lli tiUtiraii. 70 bage Mexican and 7-i bag" Teneriire.
Ibe gieiiti r ) nrt ol which iound buyer* at the loriaer
Ttlue Honduras silver. 3?. (d 4?. 4d ; black. 3* !>d
afs 2d Mexican. Hn. 7d. a 8* 8,1.; Tern riffe, 3* 8J a
4* 2d.
Core* tii moderate request We ijuote Trinidad 40*.
a 48? ; tiraimda S7*. a 45a . Krii/il 27*. a 28a.
Corni: ii little Inquired alter (thd about 1 000 bag*
Dative Ceylon have been forced oilat 41* There hart*
b?i ii ode red, at auction. U00 calks. 2 5(H)b*gi IMmt.ilien
( eyli u. and 130 ca'ks Jamaira but the greater
part, being In Id Urmly for lull price*, baa been with- i
Jiawn. MObbl*. 100 bap* Horto Kieo. and 2o0 bag*
i.._ i? ..i. in .!>. hit. il?> lukrn in !
Len being uo dianoaiUon to purcbaae. 1 u tUu u> Igh- |
borirg i outinciital turn ki ln IbeN If nothing doing,
jocd ordinary J a?a. forth* company'* fulr* in (lolIkdU.
ia vHiu* <1 at 'Hi a ->V?c At Truata. tint atuck ii
mall and ordinary and g<>t>J dcacriptiun* cuutluue In
activt rtqne-t
At Monday a Caan market, the Kngllah wheat beinn
wauWd lor mixing. ?na taken by the niilli re at at*.idy
pritH; but foreign. tbouyh gm< raiiy held firmly, wu
dull of pal? at In reduction Oata Od. a la lnwer
Other kind* ol grain and llour uu' tiar grd On Wednesday
there ?a* acnrrely an; thing doiug To day
tb* report* ol the v> hi at rropa from aanrul dintrirt*
w?re lr.'f favorable. though condoling a* urual; they
bad lb* ((Tret of imparting additional flrmnv.K to
boldtr*. without however trading to any inei*aar of
dtmand. Indian corn ia modetate reqoeat, from 'iba
a :T?
Carrofl - Traii?a?tion( tht* wei k have bran tonflmd
to 1 WO hali a Hurat from ftjfd a Ad . and loO
baler Macirae, at O/id , bring at. ady price* At Liverpool
Bid Orlian* la quoted 'J,d a 8d., but there la
mot* crtton offering, and tb* drmand yeaUrday ?aa
Iff a animated.
Pare a. 1 < Th*re bar* been no public aalw* of Im- |
portaara Ihla wrrk Oambiar In good demand, and 1
I ten l?l*? told from 11a M alia Vd , being ratber
dtarer Culab, l?a a 17a Sd Wa n tire aah-a of JO I
caaea Hon.hay gum arable, from 1'Ca (VI a 49a , 10
rare* Malabar cardamom*, at '.7*. a 'Am ; 30 boiaa
rrriTiilloo. at 4c 20 cam l aina oil. from Ha. 4d. a
la 6d ; ai d VI cheati craoffe ahellae at ateadyprfeea
i ampbi >r Arm. at H3? 6<1. Opium. Turkey dull, at I'ia I
UulrkMlrer It lid a 4a , th* tormar price belag ac
ettl< J fi r (uantit j
lla*r.- !"i Petercburg clean ?30, Mnnlla acarca. |
and 1-4 fair. iuitable lor yoar irarkt t would rea lily
bnn JL'ib * ?30 Jutr, abri.k aale, at ? 13 10< a ?lt
l*ii?.o. A fair bu?lntK? Jot on at the foil currency
o( lb* lata rale*. at J MJ ltttta at f>r**eut ofTerlag m
the market The *toek nf Ppani>h wa* erroaeou?ly
alattil la out la*t report, It wa* on lit ia*t , only 482
troii* *g*ln?t 1 UW? eeron* la>t y*ar
law* - TLr demand i* limited. and with an order la
band. could buy oon.niou bar* and rail* NWtlll
below our la*t ^notation*, *ay bar*. ?4 lit* 11 a X4
lb* . and rail*. ?4 IT* Id a ?.1 both fr?<> a board la
Wale* Hrotcb pl(. 43*. II at Mla*gow, hwnJUb, ?11
10* a ?12
I.aau la !? ** demand. with oilier* of We?*c rn at 34?
Ltar> la again ratber lower. wlUi little n<|nlry.
English rh-it ?)W; common pig ?17; nlawi ill
16? ; rpanUb. ?111 A*
Lia*nn C'mu li B"4<nte rtqinl Wa qoota beat
obloBg If aw York, ?7 * a ?7 10*; thick aal thia
round. ilia it 10. I.oadaa made held at ?4 II.
Ou.a. -Ppira I* firm at ?I3b?N6, fuuthrn ?11
16a. a ?.-4 (*., at which at???t too tan* liart leen
It km; pal* eeal ?33; cod. ?U. ollre firmer at ?40
A 42 per tan; pala aod coeoa aut remain neglected,
lln* ?o I* firmer at 3*ia. M. a Vf? ; rapoNtd, la* M a
7a. 64 par cat
Hub ' Bengal ba* attracted attention tb* laat few
day and about I.iUkj bag* ha?r been taken chiefly
:nni >r bd all* -id betug ..d aM dearer
Ba iirtm ba* been in very mode rale raqueat; 1 7A9
bag* ll> anal at aartioa tbi* after Boon war* takes la
at 16* for II'? to T lb*
PriLita fcaa become dall again and tha prle* ha*
receded, there are Bew ready *eller* at ?16 III* per
Pri< r* ?Tb* rale* coaprtaa 4,000 bag* pepprr 8aBiatra
rleaa, #d alkl ; Malabar, :i^d a 3',d duaty
I'tBang ??,<! aM ; 104 aaaea aataege from t? 64 a
u . mm maee la a 2* 4d . 2*> ra??* el..?e? Iran
lid a 1* 3fcd.; and 1760 eaae* aad bag* ginger. com
bob Malabar 24a ftd a 26* . *c raped 6?* a7* ; g'>ed
W>a. ai. 13*. and African froai J2e a Me M
fi >.** - An actira d> m?ad baa prevailed tfcl* we*k,
lath froa tbe grocer* aad r*fla*r* and tha * !** eea *l-t
??4 liu hl.d? Waal Isdia plaaleti.u aad ah>?l
W.UKI bag* ManrlUaa Seagal fc? at aa edreae* ol
M a la with IB.no bag* Maaila fr-ai M* a M< ? >
hhd* -JUOhM* I'orto Ki.a 16* ?d. a 41* M. aad low
baiea llavaaa. 3T* M a 41* la yellow Kuraiia ???
llderable bu*lnee* baa again b-'ea tran?aeted upwaria
of 16 ntw hi' baelai obaagad haada. at prtcaa ranging
from 20* *422* , >hort prlee. pert baring been tak*m
far n Doing her* Tb.re I* bo4?maa'l for white Harass
Bt the aiotnent and 40)1 b?l>* at aartioa on Wedaaa
day wrra b^u?m <d fr-m n* a ij* ?? ?n? o'w
porta of tb* ro?tla*Bt tb* artlela eoatlaaaa la Iferar;
at Maaihm boldara ar* ???b irair la lb* M<?Mraaaaa
ih*y *r* dull Tb* trading ro?p*ay vlU I.ring
forward NiVl WkrU Jtfl for Mlml Koit*rdam on
tbHaaUabar a*i? fma* St P?tar*b jr* w* l*?ra that
vhlta llaraoa U b*ld at Ho J7>, a Ho arordlag
to ijualiiy
T.in.w rrtnala* ?rry ijiM at Ml* M fit P?t*r*
barf T C na tb* *fot. and IT* U for d~lirary l**t
tbraa Maalka <>l th* ) ?
T?? tkf bhM fsttlaun firm Of T,741 (iMkifM
at au?*tl"? alar* our laM * |<m bar* fix.ad t>uy*ra, tba
prlrra r*allt?d war* la M?*t ra?*a tall iiMt. M^teitll;
t?r Congou* of good aad III' qualltla*
Tin.?At tb* public aal* of 117 7M aiaba Itaara ?hl*h
took plar* at Kottrrdaa oa tb* Atb laataat. tha ?t<ik
a a a la k * n at tba adranrwd prln* of f&uw. or atoat
Ma p*r*?t In Rngllab an xhang* ha* y*t b**n mad*
la prtr* l.nt Ih*t* ar* n- **ll*ra to-day. aad tin plat**
ar* td a la d*ar*r, Htralt* tla baa b*aa aold at Mm a
?2a and Haara la b*ld at AC* , at which only a mall
quaaitty MM ba bad.
Ti tnatiat - Car a pare*! of a*w rnugh 7a baa b*a?
I taia- d tmai I ! * **?* ! I a ?plrltaa?? hlng doing hut
< i .. ara tin)- ra of Rtigllab, l?r fatar* .|*li.*r? a'
W , th* praatbt i>> treat i|aiiUtloaiara M allia M.;
4 ai* r.rao ? a ad a .H?a
ft la lltUr aakrd for- SO tan* Polar to day
wrr* lak>n In at tlfl. A lav imatl Iota loatkia*
biutight A171. aad kib? flaarra A M par V-a
la ?.tb.r artli Im * ar* altbovt lranaa*ttoaJ of ?a rll,
aad prlcr* imam a* laat flraa.
I.i.? ?r .01, Annual I, 1W>
01U -Ollr* fill; mpp<rt* im lata alraar* at
Llrk tra?ai|?'na !> <* a ;ala ba?b to a la'r *?-*?
an < bat on to ah ?t llOiaaa at a'?lil? at*l W
Utakl tki 10a lot rinit. and 111 ttlMaf
ta*li pell l.fa> a ta ti-Mi; at 4Jl krt l*?f whli h
?b>?* ta la?a iiinuln (ii rap* ?p??* * '* bar*
U?n Bad* 9j t.ia |.,r pal* la n?b but llt'i* ha?
btt taar, ?ii. iral btln|iat A*" B"d rna A? > ><"
tt.a 0| |i ;rt** *4 tararn' ai fa>all ra"-a hara
mr*. ?t f* r** *" r?i ? vt p ?im<?
:h ' ton*, at jfM 10 Xff li*., and sow bolder* are aakiaf
S. per ton
c Kic* - The demand la aluggiab, and oleaaera are r*.
_ luclant to purohaae, unlrea at very moderate raltK
bold. ru, however, manifest oenaiderable drmneae, aad
though arrivals have taken place, little la oferin* la
0 the market, barely a,(HiO bags bar* been aold. Bengal at
fie. C J for ordiuary to 10s. 3d. far good middling, and
' fin all lot of yellow Madras at 8a. ttd, duty paid. Carolina-Uood
description* being scarce and in demand,
b.'ve maintained th?jr former value, and bare realiiea
18s. 3d in warehouse. and It* from tba quay, while inferior
baa bean aoid at 10s At these prices about 1M
! tierces have been disposed of. beside* 60 tieroea of
American Paddy, which brought 3* lod. a 4a. par boah.
' Furar - An excellent ieelmg is shown towards thjf
article, and for most purposes u Urge business baa
hi ru concluded at Improving prices Of colonial Waat
India tW bhd* bare been sold, ebii'fl.r Hirbadoes, at
httcr rati p. and a largtr extent of baeiaes* would
have been effected had more been offering Towarda
l'i ngal a 8| eculative disposition hasevineed lUelf particularly
Iter ares descriptions. 11 010 big* anil 160 boxea
are repi rted. *? ll* rs obtainingan i.dvauce ol 3d totid ,
; good brown ieali?ing3is.ttd. to Ms <?d. data* i'ii to'i7s (id.
lor yellow, and llenari u 30s. to 41* tor low to good middling
white Of Mauritius upwards of 3 000 mats hire
been dl'poHid of at 30s bJ to 3t*. 0<1. Foreign baa
been in active r*(jdust for r* lining purposes. and an
iwprovi inent iri value of nearly Od p>r cwt ha* beeu
| eatablhbtd; oOTO bags andliOO eases Brazil h?Vt? been
fold; Itabiaat20* tor low white, and l'arnuni and
l'arail a at 16* to 17*. 6d f-r vt ry l>w t > g>od hr jwn;
18- td tor middling yellow, and 13:<. CI to 21s for low
j to good midoliug white.
Tallow i? steady at t7*. to 37*. 3d. for P. If. 0? ttie
; tJ? me ijd continuing moderate.
Wunl- There i? no change in the quotations we gave
j you lust. The late arrival-* h? re been sold at current
| rale, ,.n arrival and the trada i* now loaning forward
j to the turn thing* will take at the next l.ondon publio
j sales, which are to commence ou the 23d Instant
1 Honmi AM ?By recent account* from this city, we
leai u that tb" eotfee market cont inued dull and b?avy.
I The tale* for the pact inou'.h had been 37.100 bag*, and
the stock of the Dutch Kast India Co . at all port*, on
{ the lnt iiihtant. comprised *07.4-11 bag' against 773O00
| haiia at the corresponding pariod ot lM'j. and 5W .>00
111 1UU IlllfUllI UJT IUI O.'UIJ. .~J.
port* to the fame period w re 3W7.453 bag? agiin?t
Ml SAT bagu in 1849; t>:!3 730 i n 1848; ?7<1.27S in 184T;
(**>821 In 1846, sni 'CHiifll in 1845 The market for
raw sugar ha* not varied and bolder* are not di*p >*> d
tnrdlbt current rate* Keflued sugar in very llrin,
and lice ia in more moderate demaud. at a lit* of fr.
Spices ctlm. Indigo in demand and oils flrui.
The Sir Jotin Franklin (expedition.
Copy of a despatch received a', the Na>y llepartmant
! from Lieutenant Bd J. 1?? llaveti, commanding the
[ United Status expedition in search of Sir John
Franklin :
United States Baiu Ai>va!?c?:, i
Whale M Inland'*. June?.*. I860. <j
Sia?I havo the honor to report the proceedings of
the squadron under ray command, up to thin date.
I This vessel armed hero on the '.'4th instant after
rather a long passage, owing to light wind*. Many
Icebergs wi re inet with ou the eastern coast of Newfoundland
and aft far up a" 61 degrees \ lat from
i thence we found a perfectly a clear sea until within
! one hundred mile* of this place, when a few bergi were
j met. but not enough to obstruct navigation
The Rescue arrived here on the 27th. lty k-epia^
: more to the eastward off Newfoundland, she avoidel
the bergs by which we were surrounded. and saw hut
i lit'leir.e during the parage,
To the NK. of Newfoundland, in latitude 49 degree*
30 minut< s in the night, during a thick fog with a
light fair wiuu, we caiue in contact with a large Ueberg
It rotild not be seen in time to avoid it We
got clear of it in a few minute*, tortunately with no
other Caniegc than the loan of a jib-boom, which we
wi re able to replace
The Knglieh squadron, under the comtnund nfOain.
Austin, ailed from hue only the day before we got in.
We were fortunate in finding hi* sioreship here about
to return to F.ngiaud, a* it give* us a good opportunity
of lending l?tt> ra home
I nasin hopes of fiuding u good supply of soalskia
dresses her*'or our men but found that Commodore
Austin had exhausted the whole supply Hut a few
iiidiffi rent suit* were procured I am ia h ?pe< however,
of bi irg mere suaoeeafui in the northern settlem?
nt, (Ippernavik) where I pr-'pose touching.
For information. I sent ? boat to Lively, on Diso
Island. tw.-Eti -five utile* diataiit from this aneh irage.
Tin |ii?t.l.-h Mitlioritim treated b?th ulBwrs snd in* a
in a viry kind and Inm pliable manner, but a itttug of
Importune* eitlur in the *?v "1 i>upulU* or information
could be procured, th? i'.ogli-ii having pugroMud
6V< T) thlvg
We .h.ill bare here to-day .and proceed to the north,
touching at Lpptruavik, II wind and weather will p*rmit.
Tbeiice we cball make tor L&nca-ter Huumt.
Should Wellington Strait be open on uiy reaching It,
aud finding that n?nt> of tile Kugluh vevtela havw enter)
d it abrad of me. I ulisll aiake a buld pu-.li for th?
iit.rtb and wtit In that direction
tt Jib tbe exception of one man. (whom ! ?end ho am
?e an invalid, entirety disqualified to stand ton elimat>
) fltie ( lbci rs and crew* of bol h veptselsare in good
health and spirits. and appear sanguine a* to the *uoc?as
of our undertaking ( am, air. very ra<puclfitUy,
l.ieut Commanding Arctic Expedition.
Tbe Hon W. Bali ?an I'rxston,
Secretary of the Navy. WaahiDf(t<;n
mntdkr ami Attkmitkd 8t tct:>* ?A dre.idful
esse oi muitier and aiu-iii,'ie<l suicide was commuted
li t leUklll Mll.ige, o.i Siliiituy morning I del, by
Mm ildiuiuh becodr, Mho nil the throat of tier
servan pirl, Marv A. bliulb, aged between llfieen
ami sixteen, with n razor, canning almost immediate
death, .mil then cut her own throat The
circumstances are thus ?tat< <1The funtly of Mr.
Record consisted of himself, hi- witeMlannah, Mrs.
Berry, (mother ol Mr- S ,) and M.ry Ami 8muh,
the t-eivaill Kill Yesterday morning, the family
pat took of breihfast, in their uaunl intnner, and
nothing whs noticed unusual in thr manners or actionr-ct
Mrs Record About half past eight o'clock,
Mr. S. proceeded to the l>arn, a sliart distance
from the hotnw, for the puri>ose of harnessing up
his horse to go to church. Mrs. S -cord, Mrs. Berry,
snd Mary Ann were left m the house. Tha
pnl, Mary Ann. about nine o'clock, proceeded up
stsirs to dress herself, preparatory to her going to
the Sunday school of the Methodist K(>ts<-o|a?l
Church, close by While th?re, she descried lioin
the window some of her neighbors, Mr. Pollock's
family, tnd told theni to stop for her and ihef
woul I go to school together, a* she would l?e ready
in n few minutes. Mary Ann came down tfairs
and passed into the |>urlor to the looking gl?ss, and
was in the act of tying a ribbon round her neck,
when Mrs. H. came suddenly behind her, seise!
her, and, with a razor, cut her throat (roni ear ta
e?r, almost severing her head from her body.
Mary Ann cave hut one scream, suggered to Om
sill of the shed door, and f> II over tbe stc|M, oa
h? r free, a corpse! Mr. and Mrs. F. were just
1 coming in ut the gate, according to M try Ann'*
request, when they saw the girl fall. They raised
her up; the gave two sighs, and her spirit was gone
for ever Mr. Secord was sent for, and when they
: came he went to look for Mrt. 8 , who was foun J
in the orchard, with her hands over her throat,
the blood streaming therefrom, and the razor la
her hands Assistance having l>^en obtained, she
wip ct'inryru in in*- uoutr iirr uinui w<?* ihm*
1 nhly mangled, and the windpipe arvrrrd. !i had
thr BinwnrHn-* of having l?ren cut in two attempt#.
Thr w kiiikI- hatnig l*-tu properly riaintiied, k*i^
op mid drrmed, Mie wan tak> n lo her hrd room,
i and in a vrry Miort tirrr, while thr llrMUai'i ittrntion
wa? oihrrwiae rnjMgr,], ?n*- took ? penknifr
frctn her pnckrt, and trird to rr-oprn the
wound*. hut wa? prrvrnU'<4 in tunr. .She evinced
and rjrprraard no drain* to live. It ia the opinion
that her wotinda are mortil, though *he may live A
k* da)*. Information having l?-cn *ent to one of
th? coroner* of the county, h?- promptly jireceeded
to the tragic acene. After the riaotinitina <>f
af vrral witnraara, and consultation in private, the
jury irndrrrd a Vrrdict, thai 'he drrr iwd, M4IT
Ann Hoiith, w*? wilfully murdered hy lUunvh
Srcord Upon the rendition .?f ihe verlct, tM
cnroaer immediately i*eiied hi? warrant for h-r apprrhrriatrn,
hut, from the (tmurtnce itf th- doctor
that hrr condl'ion waa a I moid hope|r?M, uo arrest
wan made. Mr. Mr cord married hia wife some lit
or seven year* **o. That have no children. ller
mi idea name la IVrry. A thousand atorira are ia
circulation of thia truly hean-mi'lui and m-laacholy
rvrnt It in an undoultfed fact, bow^rf,
that Mr* Secord's mind has been derange 1 for
tame time, eapecially on the subject of religintv,
and had d? voted Inttrrly much of her time to tfc*
reading III the arrnnd advm Ix lievrr n works ;
and itts Mippoaed hv many that she w?a inainr oa
the commission of the fatal act.? P.m^hkrfjme
(N?w Yotk) Trlfgropb, Aug. 19,
Pwm I>r*?a*TAtioa.?The ltoyl.?ton Medi a
Commit** of Harvard Univrraity have awarded
? 100, or a gold medal of that valor to F Willi*
laher, M. !>., of the city of New York, Nf the
heat diawrtatiou on thr " Value of thr Mirr??cope
in drtrrtmg Pathological Change* in the Human
rwmy ??.?!<*? I inrtrr
Ik* Hm, Mr
IT* of Hi* citK???h of the 7ih ward warm
dialuiheri ! lh*ir ^?a??(ul Blumbrra laai n by
hr .liiij what ?f Hnt|Mwril lt? tv lb' l>l itwum o4
horn* and <4 rn mating h?tile?, kikI hi i mty wo
wrra infnimrii lhal il oil a |urtr, of
hftrrn pohrrinrn, who war* aerrnaHiag ill* Aaaiatant
AW' mai, in honor of fci? ?/' return from
1 Ho?ob.
Wr ?h.,ald lihrt to a ah, Mr F/.tnc, if thin )
i ? Uni tbr city pay? lb* polie*m*i? for, or if Hiite
watt feme th* j nearly of ih? eit ?rna of the w *N?w
Yo??, Awf SI. IHKO.
acaaaMjr or l?a ni Rthna.
TO THt IMP'* or TH* M*r *|j?.
It Mr (irnlmni wiah*? m<tk* |*>pwhr 5Vrrotary
of thr Na*y, b<- n> j?t break ?( lb* ayatem of
favonlii-in now ? *i?' ^ug >u hia rirpartrm-ut. W?
trn'diorra ke^t f<?r niftt'lm ami ymra ofl d-ity,
wbilt* rtkrm rrmr ,? for jri-i.ra xa aborp duty, ?rip?
i frrm lh?t f" 'a ' #rwi :r,'iU'1 .if n< Id aliur** daty,
wtiliont rven b? spg ?? or w .inn*
<Vr? A fa?e ol thia lnn<l ha* but rroraily oe?wri?l
11" /rrrury >? lb*- Nav* it boi to
i lilamr t??r .(tear acta Of ininalicr, IX'Ca>hr h'-ail
i.f lliat d>^(ttnirni ia m otlfB ch<ii|'if 'hit b*
. aoiwii ^Brt i! u(a>n by otb?*re.
A -im. ,
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