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WHOLE NO. 6718. ... , MORNING EDITION ? SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1851. PRICE TW0 CENTS MEWS BT TELEGRAPH. btimtlng Mm WMklngtoa Cltf. THE SALE OF TliK UNION N*WKP*P??- THE PRESI DENT QOI NO TO BOSTON? INTERPRETATION OK THE ACT BELAT1VK TO IMPORTS? ?'ONFI RVtATIONS. ETC. Washiwuton, Maroh 14, 1861. Major Andrew Jackson Donelton purchased tha Union establlshmsnt for twenty thousand dollars. Q an. Armstrong, a prominent Tennesssean, Is said to |M his partner In the purohase. father Kitohle la to rat in, and, rumor a?ji, that tha naw purohajsrs ara aifNUag ta support (or tha Preaideney Oen. Wm. 0. Butler, of Kentucky, whs was tha oavdidate for Viae President on the Cans ticket st the laat citation. Xhs President will aeeept tha invitation to visit Beaton. The Clsj men hers, are asking what Secretary Web ?tst meant in his lstter to Mr Haven, by the dsslsra 1 1on that President Fillmore would meet with annoy < stn from ths rathsr overbearing spirit of a oertain <;uavt?r. ' President Fillmore has offered to restore Charlss II. telavaa, of New York, aa commercial agent to St. Thomas Mr. D. declines ths post. Us was recalled o gratify a whim of John M Clayton, on the 8th of July last- the day of Oen Taylet 's death. The interpretation to be plaoed upon ths act regu lating the impottation of merchandise, is as yet un ?leelded by thu treasury drpartment. Well Informed sources, however believe that the Secretary will de cide it to lnolude the cost ol treinht, whloh will add fully a dollar and a half a ton to the duty on iron. The following confirmations havs taken plane:? Yel verton P. King, of Georgia, Charge to New Grenada; Wm 8. Alien, of Missouri, Beors'ary te the Tsrrltory or New Mexico, Kllas P. West, Attornsy fsr Nsw Mexi co; Jesse Turner, District Attorney, and Usorgs K. Knox, Marshal for the Western Olstriot of Arkansas; John Jones, Marshal for Nsw Msxleo. FEW TOKK LIOIIL ATCBIt BY morse's LINK, NO. 16 WALL STREET. Iwrti. Albany, Maroh 14, 1U1. rsTiTioni. for tha tuitin of foreign wryontiou; for the re gulation of appeal! from the Supreme Court to the Court cf Appeal*. ?UL Of THE STATE. The Judioiary Committee reported favorably to the 'bill la relation to a bronce oopy of the device on thi ?tone aent to the -atlonal monument. uiuvebsitv or albanv. A UU waa Introduced to inoorporate the University ot Albany. ?TATE FINANCES, ETC. Mr. Mobgan made an elaborate report on the flnanoea ot the State, and introduced an appropriation bill tot the llterarj and medical iastitntlcns. The Manorial Tenants' bill was reoonsidered, and teferred. THE WHABKAGK OF LIOHTEBS. On motion of Mr. Moboan, the bill dlraotlng that the olaas of vessels denominated lighter* shall be sub ject. t> the New York Corporation docks, to the harbor masters, was referred to Senators Williams, Urol I us, lieahman and Morgan. RKcei'.SIDEaATlOy OP THE AJTI-BENT BILL. Mr. Carroll moved to reconsider the vote rejecting the Anti- Kent bill, and tbe Senate determined so to do. The bill was referred to Senators Sohoonmaker, of Ulster; Curtis, Of Sullivan; Ca-roil, of Rensselaer; Johnsen. of Schenectady; and Byd?r, ot Columbia. rtTITIOM FOR THE l-KIVILK'.K 0> II 01 OIK. LAUD. Mr. Mobi.an preseuted a petition lroni K. M. Blatoh ford, asking thac John Greene may have laave to hold real estate. rATITION TO TAX FOBBMM COBroBATIONS. Mr. Bebkma.-v presented a petition ot the Board of Aseessors ot New York. requesting that tereign corpo rations may be subject to taxation THE HBIIX.IMti or LAKL I HAMFLAIN. Mr. Crolii a presented several petitions for bridging I-ake Cham plain, at House's feint, similar in tenor to the one Sent yes:srday. nostuaoi rontcMsuia. Tha Judiciary Committed reported favorablt on the bill to amend the revised statute* in relation to tha ioreoioeure ot mortgages. board of ?ducatioh ? rniTERSrviES. The Literature Committee report, d favorably on the act to establish a Hoard o! Kducatiou in Wullarasburgh Also, favorably on the bill to Incorporate the I mverjity Ot Albany, and the Westminster University, to be erected in the city of Buffalo. atroar or the ckiveraitv RKi.icer*. Mr. lt? ?.? Hia reported tarorably on the annual re pert of the Krgents of the University. arrROraiATiONa fob ciutuu ami medical INSTITtJe Tions. Mr. Moboan, from the ITlnance Committee, reported an important bill, waking appropriations to Colleges and Medical institution* Tii- bill appropriates to tne Mocheeter University $10U)U; U?t<esee CoUege, flu bOO; Hamilton College, MeJison lluive-r-lty, New York I'm varsity, and Geneva Uollr^e, 8 1 bub each, Ceutral Col lege Aisociaiiun, (l.tOu. College ot fbyiioians and burgeons in New Votk, Albany Msdl>al College. Medical Faculty of the University of New Yo.-e, Mudi ral Institute n of Cenevn College aad Medical institu Ucn ot Buffalo 1'nlvortlty, $l,bbO each. CO." 'TIOS or THE StAra nPAHCEI. The report aviompanying the above bill, gives a de fined history ot the present ciJliilon ot tbe general funds of tbe State- The balance at the end ot the present fiscal year, is eight millions eigaty-fivs thou sand ei?h'. hundred and btty-etght dollars. The pro bable sources ot revenue are stated, an-i tbeCoamntee T< mark, thai the iibeiality reooiamended in the bill is justified by the condition ol the general fund*. The Secretary ot bti'.i informed tbe Senate tbat the eensue returns ot the Northern aad Southern districts ha*e been rttumtd to his cttice, but tbat they w?re net so arihugoi as yet as to be prepared for consulta tion. I'SILIIMED DIVIDENDS AND DirOjITS IV RAKBS. Mr UbaM'sith call - 1 up and amended his resolu tion auih?ri.: ng the appnin(m?nt ot a select lummlt. tee to visit tbe several bauds, both savings aad of di' count, aad Investigate a* to the unclaimed dirldends and deposits. Ihe resolution was laid on ths table and the fol lowing one was adapted, on aiotlou of Mr. Hraudrsth ? KeeoiTed. 'mat tin bmk? ot i??us sal ?l ?? t . la mis Rial*. wtthir. imtnij days after tiie Sa'.a of tne f of (Bit resointisn. i*(ort ihi amsust of special esp >sit* an (3.1(4 t?r lu their fcsnls from il > c^mmiiiactDPBt of tbeir Instates ??< iIik iirn ol JaeuA.y, Ic.'o th i *i<re*Ais of sL uBOlaiiKil iifUuls aal deposit. m 10 sir liaads. mi. la rASSKIl To cbaage the time l it maKiug payments to the safety tnnd to be on or before tue Hist of Dsostubsr An aet to subject certain debt* owing to non- resi dents, to taiaslou This I* a very important bill. Its Prst sectioa is. ' AlWebtiowmg by lubabltaots of this State to pert. ns not reailiag in .h i I nu*<l States, tor n.e pure Usee of aay real estate sbail be deemed per rnv.al profeity wtliln tne town or oounty where tbe debtor resiles, aad as suob shall be liable to taiat ion in the sam? manner, and to tb? same extent, as the pereonal estate <>I sltiseaa of this litis " An aet to allc w Flushing t?- sell eom* part of their town land, and buy a farm ior tue support of their poor. wr.MiHts atsd MRAsraks. The remainder ot the eeeeioa was oscnpled la the pai sag*, through committee, of tbs bill eetablishing as tbe Bute etandard of wights and measures, the set received from Congress by a joint reaoiatlon of 1IH. Adjourned. Aastabif. Aliasi , March 14, 1861. Bills rSSSEO ? SlCB AMI DISABLED SEAMEN. To day wa set apart for the pnrpose ol reading en grossed bills a third time. The following were passed, ?alee* otherwise a-?ted ? To srasnd tbe charter Of flkaneatelea To alter ths Commissioners' map of the city of Brook 1)1. To amend the aet entitled an act to provide for elik and disabled seamen passed April 2*ld. 1831, aad alt the aet* am*adat?ry of tb? same. Mr tuS'o 'u said b* felt it to be bis duty to move to reeaami' this bill to tbe (jommittoe of the Ifneie for reeoas|4?rat*or.. Ua had b?ard no espianatlon of the provisions of the bill, aad he kaew af no principle tbat would allow sanh an a| prnprUtioa. Tbe fnode which ongbt to b? disbursed by tbls law, were raised by marl aers from their private faa?s, and be was tan vineed that if the bill was pe?**d. it would operate serieuely upon the noatributore to tbls fund. Mr W ek. HA.1 egpressed great aurprle* at the oppo nit i on of his eoll?agae. and waa convlan d that it was a recond t and position. No one h sd arrived at aeare ful in ventigaiion The object of the fund was to shield the poor sink, aad disabled seamea; aad the only rea son tor passing this law was to secure ths sppotnt Rent of rew trusteee to earry out the provision* of the bill, which would in?nre to tne mariner that wbieh he was eatit.ed >.'? by b Is situation It was a msrltorinus < bjeet, and He hoped every man would east his vote tor it. Mr V sent m was sorry to differ from his eollsague, ? nd he hoped th? bills would p tss lie was glal to know tha' the ladles had lateree'ed themselves la Its b'half, an 1 be waa anavinced tbat It was a noble ohjvr.t Siena the nol'inial government Was established a tat of one dollar nas Ixvief on seamen, for the purpose of ft-ivlding a hospital ior tbe enrs of rlrk and disabled eearusn This fan-f was. for a long time, used in enmaioa with a fund laieed ftom paseeaxsts. Some law i?ars sine* ths 1 sglslatme passed a law <lti*<-ting a division ot ih >se ntids, and a -*eam< n's iVetreat was established The und ib ua'ed. fr> m all sonress to one hundred tbcu snd dollars, and the Hitrsat was nomiueacsd from le Insomi' of thi* tiirid I la ilog themselves unable o carry o? this woi k they applied tor leave to .strow si oney ot the Marir sr'? f nn<t The *na of fit (itg) was so borrowed That sum by an act at the l.egtsisture, was afterwards sitceptad from tbaoperattnn ot th' law testing a Passsnter fuad. In 18.ll, the trustees were nilorisedlo ?rr*'a a tlasp tai adjoining t he Rstrea*, ?>r Slcli seamen, aad llotioti was epproprlatod out of be fir ?00 frt varions reasons the trustees dll no* eel authorised to build an Hospital -not knowing when they might be deprived of an income fro 31 the Beamen'a fund They bow uk the Legislature to give them the ram of $10 000. formerly appropriated I or tlM object named in the bill. Hd they aaaitru us that the Hospital can be ballt for that cum. He thought the prlneipie in the bill creating a new board of trus tees was wrong, aa there was already a law on our sta tute book* which created a like board. Mr. II. Harris eaid that In 1841 a law wa* passed authorizing the oreation of thli tuad; in 184T another law waa paased, directing the ereotlonof building* lor siok and disabled seamen; and in 1848 a law waa pass ed to pay to tha trustee* of thia fund, a nun In tha whole amounting to $16,000. for the purpose of ereot ing those building*. It now appear* thai the presant trustees refuse to par out thlf sum In erecting suits bio building*, and all that i* sought to be aosompllah ed by this bill ia the expenditure of this money for tha fpeoltie purpose for which it was raised. Mr. Ward boned that the motion to recommit would not prevail, and desired that the bill would pa** without delay. Mr. Wak*m4n denied that the object of thl* act wa* to divert the monry from Its original obieot, and road from tha session laws ol 1131, 1847, and 1849, tosus taln him In hi* peeltloa Tha quaation was a aimple one, and settled down to the polat, whether the money now lying domes t ahould ba expended for the pur pose ot erecting buildings, or be left for some future time to beautify States Island or some other piaoe. Mr. J. Towmsknd asserted that this tax was imposed on mariners. The fund was created merely tor the purpose of assisting the mariners la case ot slo knees cr distress. The appropriation referred to was made with the understanding, that the trustees should make us* of It when they thought fit so to do, and leaving Itvptluual with them to refrain fruui unlog U until such time as they might see proper to build this Seamen's Retreat. Without any imputation eiiatlng against the present board, we are now asked to pas* a law which shall create a new beard, aatti >rU*d to ex pend this suui of ten thousand dotl*r* for an entirely different purpose from the one tor whlob it was origi nally devoted. For one he was opposed to auy such diversion, and he could never consent to countenance any suoh movement. lie should vote for a recom mittal. Mr.'O. Allek opposed the motion to rsoommlt, and considered the application for an appropriation of this fund a proprr one, and the object righteous and meri torious. The motion to recommit was lost, and ths bill was read a third time and passed? ay es 81. naya 6 An aot to provide lor the erection of a fire-proof building for a State library, and tor the better aooom modatlon of the legislature paued? ayes 71, nays 81. morosED visit to mw vobk. The Speaker appointed the following joint eommlU tee to consider the invitation of Daniel Brew and Isaao Newton to visit New York:- Messrs. Green, Burroughs, W. 8. Gregory, Lyon 8. Swerds. MOKE BILLS I'ASSEn An aot to incorporate the "Thistle Benevolent Asso olation.'' ot ths oity ol New York. A bill in relation to tha sheriff and clerk of the coun ty el Kings. Acts to amend the charters of ths city of Bchsneota dy and of the Cayuga and Buequshanna railroad, and to extend the powers of the latter company. An act for the Incorporation of a building and aseu mulatlng fund associations. An act to authorise the common counoll of the oity of Oswego to levy a tax to build a lire-proof building for the connty olerk's office in that city. An act to provide for the appraisement and payment of canal damages to Oharles Khle. An act to regulate the rates of wharfage on lighters in the city of New York and Brooklyn. An aet to authorize the oity or Oswego to borrow money. An act ta amend an aot entitled an aot to provide for the Incorporation and regulation of telegraph com panies, passed April twelfth, 1848. An act to amend aa aot to exempt from sale or exe cution the homestead of a householder having a fami ly. paased April loth 60, lost by aye* 30, nays 34. Mr. Kmcr j movsd to rscensider the vote on this bill. Mr UrvDKRwooo moved to lav the motion on the ta ble till seme future day- oarrled. An act to enable Enos Collins to taks, hold and com vev real eetate. Mr. Yarni-m moved to reoommlt tho bill? carried. The same gentleman moved a reooniideratlon of the vote Mr. O.BkKKDtcT moved to lay the motion on the ta ble? aarried. An actio amend the provision of the revised sta tutes. entitled, tbe mode "of proceedings for the drain leg of swamps, marshes and other low lands." Ana ct in relation to the village of Iloiley confirming a certain election. An act in relation to tha powers of the late Court ef Chancery and Supreme Court in equity In oertaln cases. % An act to authorize the Oxford and Butternut! turn pike com pan; to abandon the whale or part of their read -loet Mr Ukmrwood moredto reconsider the vote en the bill pending The llouee then took a reres*. Upon re ??eembling. the third ieadiag of bill* wa? re sumed ?e follow*:? An ant to authorlte the supervinor and justice* of the town ol Nrwtoen. Queecs ceuuty. to designatu t.)i? place* In that town to he need for the confinement of prisoners. An net to amend an net mtltledan aot to extend the charter i t the firemen of the city of New York, paiaed Api 11 Id 1841 An art to amend the charter of the village of Dundee. Mr. Biomr moved to recommit the latter hill to the Committee of the Whole. Ilr J*i ** i pf>r>?*'l the motion, and charged th*t It we* an effort to kill the bill. A recommittal would be fatal . Mr. Baxi.r stated that no oppoeiUon was made to it* p**eag-< when it w*a before the Committee on Cictee, &c . and he could eoe no good reason lor the paeeage of the metlon. Mr. Bi*HOr sustained the notion, and stated that there was considerable opposition to it, unlese a provi sion was placed in the bill compelling thetowuof yterkey, Yiatea county to keep oertaln bridge* la re pair. The motion to recommit was lost, and the bill paeial. An act to emend an act entitled en ait to inoorpo rate the New York and Montgomery Mining Company. An act to appropriate money to the Society for the Reformation <f Jnvenile Delinquent* in the oity of i New York, and to enable them to erect new bulldtags. An eat to rvpeel an aot entitled an aet to amtnd the act* lor the more effectual prevention of tire* in the ; oity of New York, and all act* amendatory thereof. An aot toau'Jiorl** the Commissioner* of the Lea i Office to Cell oertein Ian Is belonging to til* people of thi* Btate . eltuat.ed lathe city of rijraoasa, and to pur cha** other land* Mr I. knot m' vt i to recommit to the Committee of i the Whole? Lost The bill was then pateed An art to amend an ect relating to auction sale* In < the city ' f Albany paeeed March 13, 1860. An act forth* relief of contractors upon the *u* ptcded work on th*0?wego canel. An act authorl ln<t the Cenal Appraiser* to ascertain and award damage* In certain cat**. Alter the announcement of the vote on th? la*t bill, Mr O Ai.tr' moved a reconsideration of the vote, ?fating that be did *" for the reaeon that ha believed the bill to be a very Improper ooe, which. If sanctioned by the Legislature. would open the door* of our trea sury to en unlimited extent. lie then moved to lay tte motion oa thr table Loet Mr V*r,*vm vu eurprloed to e?* ?u"h a bill as thi* coming before the House, without going before a pro per committee for ooneidoratloa. ft wee a bill which m!*bt involve the Btate In an expenditure of from one to five hundred tbouaaad dollars. The motion to reoon*ld*r was thee lo*t. An act to authorise tb* approval and payment of canal damage* to lt< b?rt Wilson. An act to provide for theeqaltable e-Ulem'nt of the claim* of Mesers. 0tU*e Johaeeaaad Norm in Butler. Aa ect to Incorporate the New York National Law School. An aet to incorperate the Manhattan Steamship Company. An aot for the relief of Meoer*. Wood, Clark, aad Doug lee* Like Iforlgatlon, 4fc. ?errat-o, March ll.lH.il The steamer Hudson and Arrow got on to Duoklrk | yr?terday Th? Diamond reaobed Hilver Creek on i Wednesday The Ice still continues at this end of the lake, and there I* a coaeiderable quantity above. A few daye. however, will make a great alteration la the aeptot of affair*. Milled on tho Railroad Track. Bi*(JM*MTon, Mareh 14, MM. A *traager. while walking on the railroad track last night just out of the vllleg*, waerun over by the care and killed lie wae horribly mangled Kr .tn pap?r? I la his pooket. he I* euppoeed to be from Schenectady Tb* Coroner'* jury exonerate* the eagiaeer and rail road company from all blame. F?|ltlTS Blare Caught at PilUhnrgli, Aei Firrfm ami. March 14 1B41. A fugitive *lave. named Dink Oardlaer the property of Mlse R Byer*. of Lculavillo. wa* arr*?',?d las' even ing la Brldgewater, Beaver county, end brought h- re. Tbe caee wee tried before Jndge Thomas Irwin of the , limited Btate* Circuit Coart for th* W**t?rn dletrlot. Tb* Judge remanded the netro ha<i* to hi* mlatr***. Thle le the first affair of the kind that t ?* n?onrr*d in this elty. notwlthetaadlag which it ereatad ao exclte m-nt whatever . Two fugitive sieve* arrived at Rrownsvlll? Pa , on Mrnday last Their eas* l? ap before a commissioner, and no decision ha* yet bee a given Another Attark on the Bnatott Oanthlftra. Hoeton,iM*ri'fe 14 IBM. Marshal Tnkey mad* another deecsnt np>n William Mead's gambling house, la Sudbury ?trest, aad rap tured twenty si* persons, among them a Stat* street Weker. Thry were fined >8 each and coate. Two ap pealed. Bl^rlno Ii.lrlli^o.n o. N ?*?-<??.*, March 13 1*11 The Hgglnr, sails, and part of the ea'<n of fl ,or h*e hren hronght up ft?m the Br hrl* Sarah, and v*s??ts have goae down t* sere tha helsnce. if p >?slhle The rehonaet reported aehor? at th sa-ne ptaee, sa< 'he K'urth of /uly. from Cherryrtoa* to N erf Ik with a rarg. ofrnrn Thev??*?l and ?er^> prove atotsl loes. B)>e was owaed at llaiifat, N B and the ewgO wae located la Mow York. V. 8. Stoktor-UirU County Hank. Alha>v, Uireb 14, 1861. Another attempt is to be mail* to elect a United States Benator. Contrary to the ger.erai exp-ctation of the public here, based on premises mad* from Utioa, the Lewis County Bank notes war* not redeemed to day. Th? Comptroller ha* neat a commissioner to examine tha state of tha bank A dispatch hu raaohad bar*, from Hoillster, that funds win ha in this olty to radaam tha Lewis County papar to- morrow. Election for V. S. Senator from Ohio. Cincinnati, Maroh 14, 1861. Foui teen balloting* hare been had for a United States Senator. Mr. Qriswold *ai withdrawn by the whig*, and Mr. Swing substituted; bat was ?ub?e quently withdrawn, and Mr. Corwin nominated. On the laet ballot. Corwin lacked eight ot an eleotion. Mew Hampiklre Election. Boston, Maroh 14. 1851. In one hundred and seventy towns In New Hamp shire, liioamore loses 8,000 votes trom last year, in the Legislature the At wood sen will probably hold tha balance of power. Horrible lulaldei. MAN CI T HIS TIIROAT? ANOTHRK SHOT HIMSELF, AND 1IIS WIFE TOOK CHLOROFORM Ko. Html. Maroh 14, 18tl. A man named John Marrett, a resident of Plttstord, out hit throat, yesterday, with a rasor, whioh put an end to bis life. He left his dwelling early morning lor the purpose, as we* supposed, of working on his place He was not again seen till 8 o'eleok last evening, when his body was found about twenty ro Is from bis house, stiff, with bis throat cut, and atark in death. Nothing unusual has been noticed ia bis man ner, except, perhaps, a growing gloom and fears of coming to want. Be was a native of England, and about 31 years old. Charles MoVean, a son af David MoVean, Bfq, ot Wheatland, committed sulolde by shooting himself through the heart, last evening. He was a young man of highly respectable and; weal thy connections, and had just returned from Michigan, lie was spending the evening at an nncle's with his wife, when suddenly hs rose, kUsed his wife, and drew a pistol and shot bin *elf, In the presence ot all In the room. The moment bis wile saw what he had done, she took a bottle of chloroform and drank it, and is now in a very danger ous state. The cause of the ra?h act is said to have been in consequenoe of some dlffloulty between the lather and son, in relation to the division of some property. Much sympathy Is manifested for ths family. Negro Murderer Burned. Niw Orleans, March 9, 1851. A negro in Paulding, Mississippi, having committed an outrage upon the person of a white lady, and after wards murdered her and her son, the cltlssns turned out m mailt, arrested the negro, and burned him alive. CkTbih Anticipate, dtt.d Baltimore, March 14, 1851. New Orleans papers to ths 0th have been received: bat one mail is still dus. Orsat fears are entertained of snother flood. Several small crevasses had oc curred. and the Mississippi was rising rapidly The British ship Ben Nevis, olsared from Bavannah, on Saturday, for Liverpool, with an immense cargo, In cluding 3 too bales of cotton. Meteorological Observations, llarth 14. BY MOR8R s LINK ? OFFICE 16 WALL STRKKT. 8. P. M ? The weather to-day is stated to have been dear and beautiful, throughout the entire range of coun try from which we are in oontioual receipt of reports. In Quebec, at 9 o'clock this morning, the thermometer was seven degreee below saro in the upper town, and tour degrees above in the lo wer town. In othar plaoes the meroury ranged from four to forty five degrees ac cording to the latitude [ The details we aie this norn ing compelled to leavs out. markets. Ni* Oblea.xs, March 12,1861. The transactions in cotton, within the past three day*, amount to 0 000 bales, at ?nc hanged prices, ths market doting rather dull, auder the lntlunuce of the Europe's Utters, at ?Xo a 10 '?u. for middling Ths receipts at all the Southern port* are 146, 000 bales ahead of those at the tame period last year Freight* to Liverpool have deollned. cotton being taken at Hd.; sterling exchange Is quoted at 108JK, with a moderate dsmand. New Orleans. March t, 1851. A *hip has commenced loading for Glasgow, at ?^d , and American vessel* are filling up lor Liverpool at the same. British, at 11 l#d. Mobile. March (. 1841. Cotton factors are offering very xpariagiy, and trans actions are consequently limited The sales, to day, were 1 300 bales, at 9\c. for middling Freights ? One Amerioan rhip was taken up to-day, lor Liver pool, at ll-16d ?a decline from last rates. Savannah. Maroh It 1861. The cotton market, on Saturday, was quite stiff; the sale* were onlv 204 balm, at 8 a i<)?o. The downward tendenoy has been checked Chari tsTorr, March 11. 18S1. Cottoa was in fair demand yesterday, with sales of upwards Of 1 600 bales. The Pacific's nnws has strengthened price*, holders having obtained advances on Caturday'* rate* In some instances of fully Ms. Extreme prices were a 10\c. Albany , March 14 1841. Seles have been made of 7 000 bushels of iwo-rowad barley, to arrive on the opening ot the oanal. at (1 lu. Theatrical and Huleal. A preaa of fortlgn new* prevent* our giving a full theatrical rej ort B' ??.nr Thkatbc ? The entertainment* oonalit of Pbakepeaie'e tragedy Of "Othello " with Mr. K4dy ?? Oihello Mr Tllton a? I ago Mr* Jordan an K.iullla aal Mim Wemja* ai Deadrmona The whola will conclude with the Jraai of tha 'Wandering Boya V UnpiMTtt Thkitbc.? Collin* appoara again thla even lag h? King 0 Neil, In whloh he mm received laat even ing with draft uinx chei re. Da will aing aeveral of bta brat aonga Miaa A Oouganbaim looked and acted tha Marchionee* wall. We ara glad to p-rcelve aba la ba coming a great lavorlte Shaw Frederick* an 1 Dyott auatalned tbalr cha raotara with great artiatla ability. Nun o'? Oar nag,? No performance thli evening. but en Monday tba itmuarinent* will commence with tba French vaudeville of '? La Flole da (,'agltortro,'' anl will terminate with tbn beautiful ballet of Catarln* ' wlib iba Kounet family In tba principal character*. B> btor'b Tiuurac.- A flae bill lor tbl? evening th? flrat in order la " A Hn<rt R< lgn and a Merry one " ; Tbe " Kngllabman In i'arU" will follow. and tba tor- ; mlnatlng Nature will be tba " World'* Pair, ' which la I every nirht racaired alth oheera. All tba principal ! arllett will appear. N*tiorai Tiiti Ta i:.-Tlia b*autlfol national drama of " Harry llurnbam ' which la drawing large hou<?* | every night will commence the cn'erUlncnerM Thia w|)| la Inline t d by tha (area ef '? Here ante by Legacy." ar.d all will cloaa with the ? Fritky Cobbler" A flno enertalaaeat. baot-nMAM'a Lutm.-Mr Lynne.tha talented at age tnaaagi iff, take* hla benefit to night, and will orodaca two caw play*- ?ae, " 1 al d'Aodoire." tba other, "Ye Devllle and I)r Faaatua," which i? pat upon the atagn | In great extender. Atao, tba ?? King aad the Mimic." Lytme deeerve* a bumper? lat him have It. CiiaiaTT'a MiTtinri.a ? The n?ual attractive enter- | taiomaat la effered lor thla evening Song*. chorueee. luatrumental performanoe*. burleojue opera, aad denote* Mr Vaugban, a eery worthy man, takee a i benefit t? bight. fniaai' Mii?T**La ? Will give an afternoon and evening entertainment The aonga. duata. aoloa on tba | violin, burleique opera aoeaea aad dancing, ara all excellent. AHtiicta M aat a.-Ia the aftaraora, tha mora drama of " Madelalne." and In the evening ' Ortmeon Crimea." and tba Illuatrloui Stranger. " All tha talented art lata will appear New Yoaa Ciart ? .A day performance la aanotineed at tba Amphitheatre In the Bowery, to day. eoinmeno Ing at half papt two. The daahing anil graceful e.j'ica ; trltnlnmnfM lie Tournlalre. will . of lt*elf, mora thaa repay a vlalt to thte eelebliabment. PiLnaiM'a Fao'.aaaa ?Thla beautiful painting l( greatly admired. On and eee It. Mi*rr<* Roow*.? The "Panorama of Ireland" de eervea extenelve patronaga It la a beautiful palnt ?m Cow it of Oyer and Terminer. Before Chief Juatlca Xdmond* aad Aldermea franklin aad Millar. Mil am. I or iMmiaoWMMT for mf*. Mourn 14 ? Tbomae I'riuarl who Uad been In dieted for tha murder of Pomtniik l.aiubrloht, and found guilty of manelaugbter la the flrit degree waa placed at the bar Tba Diftrlct Attorney nailed fnr the judgment of the aonrt npon the conviction of Tt><?m->a I'rlchard Mr. VeaAervcort, the clerk, than. In the uanal form. a?k>'d Ibe prisoner It be had anything to any why judgment ahould not ba pronouueed againat him I'rleoner (In an unmoved and apparently Indifferent manner) anewered ? I have nothing to aay. The Judge thea aald? "rlchard tha ??otenaa of tha cr urt. le. tbat you be Imprtaaned la tha Itata Prlaon j for tha term of yoar raturel life. [ f be aged aad broken he?rt.ed mother of the unfir j Innate jrunii iran *aa eeftfe l br hla aide. Rhn?eemed | to ba oppreeeed with B grief thet oauld not An 1 vent in tear* Tba prlaoner looked arauqd the gtllery of the e.ourt It OBI where her*e->gol7el aeveral of hl? ai ? lualrtanrea a', whnm tie ?<Blleil Ha ?ae ah >rtlv alter aarda removed to tba Tom<M, atlll aaeoaapaalail by bl* unhappy patent ] The court then adjnurBed aiae <f ie luprema t'anrl- ^prrlal Tarai , U?lot< Hklaf Juetiee K l uon l< M*a< n II f.i tK' mat', ? .1/ Kip 1'nmr' Vfr 0|- I den Hoffman r-enm-d hla arm eant thla m>ralag, j enbelaltnf Mr Tompkta* eon'*ad<ag that the d'i fetilarit w?? entitled to hi* dhc i?r?e from the inaflla ttate'a coaimittal D< el-Ion raaerv> d t;?nrt Calaudar for .^alnrday. Comm.. p. et?? (a, . J h, ?H, i )l Mt, 4iA 4)1,431, 4W4 4 -t* 4if, 4?, 43I, 4W 41ft, 4M 117,4.# 4|1, 44 i. 446. 44#. ONE WEEK LITER FROM EUROPE. AMIVAL OP TH* STEAMSHIP ASIA. OffR EUROPEAN DESPATCH ES. ADVANCE IN COTTON. The Ministerial Crisis in England, Archbishop Hughes, of New York, Appointed a Cardinal* The Winter Passages of the Atlantic Steamers. dec., Ore.. tec. Ike British mail steamship Asia, Capt. Judkins, has arrived from Liverpool, whence she sailed on @4tui Juj) ibo lot lao*. BK? briago ?ao week UUr news from all parts of Europe. The Asia left Liverpool at noon, on the first, and arrived at her wharf at 8 o'clock yesterday morning, giving her a passage of twelve days and twenty hoars. This is an excellent run, and one of the three short winter passages of this year, namely:? Bsltio, Captain Comstook 11 days 21 hoars. Paclflo, Captain Nys 13 - 1 " Asia, Captain Judkins IS " 30 u The Asia is the fastest of the Cuaard line in heavy weather, and is only equalled by the Africa and Europa, of that line, in light weather. The ministerial crisis continued in England. No new cabinet had been formed. The intelligence from Paris is without interest. There has been an advance in the cotton mar ket. Archbishop Hughes, of New York, has been created a Cardinal. The Turin papers give a rumor that the Northern power* have addressed a note to the Piedmonteae government, demanding the expulsion of the Italian emigrants, the suppression of the liberty of the press, and an immediate reconciliation with the court of Rome. It is also stated that the greateat activity prevails in the Piedmonteae war office, and that exteoaive preparations are making for the defence of the country. At Vienna rumors are still prevalent of an Aus trian expedition against Switzerland. The Bank of England has reduced the rate of in terest on stock loans to 2& per cent, while the minimum rate oa commercial securities remains at 3 per cent. The steamship Canada has arrived out. Consols were 96^ a 96 j . The market for American Securities, in London, is without change. Annexed were the rates on the 27th ult RnUtmablt. DiiuUnii. United 8tatss I ivee, 1862 03 ? M " fixes. 1842 103>,' a 103 ?< sixes, isaa 108>, a loo " Blxss, 1807 1868 104 a 106 Boston City Fivss, 1868-1842 02* a 03* P?dd^y1'??i? Fives 84 a 86 Massachusetts Fives, Sterling Bunds, 18C8 104 a 107 Maryland Fivefc Sterling Bonds 81 a ? Canada Btxas, H74 107 a ? The Havre cotton market, on the 27th ult., was calm. Salea to two o'clock, 1,402 bales, with tirm prices. Among the recent deaths in Europe, we notice the names of Joanna Baillie, Sir John Tobin, the Dowager Countes* of Charleville, and Dr. Jacobi, the celebrated professor of mathematics. Martin Farquhar Tupper, the poet, is among the pnssengf rs in the Asia. The ceremony commemoratve of the French revolution tookjplaceon Monday, the 2ith, i? Paris, at the thurchen of 8t. Mery, Notre Dame, Arc., but everything passed off without the slightest dis turbance. Bavaria, Wurtemberg, and Saxonr, have protested against the competency of the Dresden Conferences to decide, eventually, a return to the old Diet. The small States (not kingdoms) declared themselves again*! the plan of a reduced number of votes. The Queen hel 1 a levee (the first this season) on Monday afternoon, the 2 lib ult., in St. James's Palace. Her Majesty aud Prince Albert arrived from Buckingham Palace, attended by the royal suite, with an escort of Life Guards, shortly before two o'clock, and were received by the great oilicers of state. The Queen wore a train of dark blue terry velvet, trimmed with sable, the body orna mented with diamonds. Tin- |?iticoai was of white satin, trimmed with tulle. Moth train and |ielticoat were o! British manufacture. Hr-r Ma jesty's head-dress wits formed of velvet and gold, ornamented with diamonds. Auiouif thi??e pre sented, were Col T. B. Lawrence, att irht to the American le gation in London, ani Col. Van Alen, late United StatrsCharge d'Atl ures at ivjuador. The Ministerial Crisis In England. [I' roui th? l.o u ilon Standard Feb 2s] The country will be sorry to hear tint Lord Stanley has lailed in formm? a ministry; and has, in consequence, restored to htr M.ij siy tlie com mission with which she had graciously entrusted him. His lordship had an audience of the 1 Queen at Buckingham Palace, yerterday afternoon, w hen his inability to complete his administration was made known to her Maje-ty, and, no doubt, the circumstances which ledto this result. Shortly afterwards, a royal dispatch was forwarded from the palace to Lord John Russell, at hi* private resi dence in Chesham place; and, iu all probability. Ins l^orilslup has been again commanded to re construct his cabinet, though we do not hnd any intimation in t he Court Ctti-u-'ar that his Lordship had any inter/iew with her M ije-tv In the course of yesterday. Both bouses of Parliament re assemble this evening, when it is contideutly ex Ccted thai Lord Stanley and Lord J. Kuss'll will permitted by her Majesty to give full explana tory statement* as to the part each has taa-n m fulfilment of th^ duty uncled 'i >on them respec tively by their gracious sovereign. ?lata of lamp*. or* London ooaaatroMDBiici. Lonson, fmoii Ktcuno Feb 24. 1851. THR RKS'ONATION or ThR WHI0 MINISTRY IN gNO lash? no onr to tak* ornct? tiir niaortA* TIONS~ANNIV***ARV OS" TIIK U VOLITION or lira raiiRt art? ruiioN bktwrkn tii* lkoitimists AND ORI.RAISISTS ? A PROQRAMMK OF HENRI V ? URRMANT ? AISTRlAN AM Ml TION? THR ITALIAN MOVEMRNT ? ?? PORTIOAI. 'SPAIN MACRRADT'S PARR WILL TO THR STAOR, AfC, AfC. Rngland Is without ? ministry. snd ?Ht Is mors extraordinary, all the portfolios are going a begging This b?? beta the ststs of affairs fir the last wee* A ministerial crisis at Paris or Madrid, nay seen a rs volutioa sad a mease<>r*. are events ts which ths public are new so acountomej, that they wont lea 'tea but llttls sarprlse; but a minletorial crisis in quiet Kngland. with the probability of s pr iteeiioaist g > vsrasieat has crsated ao small stir in Europe The very faet ol Pslmersisa going out. Is In Itseir enough to esase all foreiga eoarta to start, Ths Papal ag greeeloa Is no leager hsard of (;??? fern ) ; the question, shall we have a frse trads or a protectionist gorsra meat, absorbs svsrythlng else. Ia my letter of Frldty lest. I stat?d the*, the minis try had been defeated on Mr Locke King ? mitioa for an eateaeion of the frenehlas. a result whi.ih we< re ceived wlrh loud cheers. Ths very small majority oV laiaed by the government oa Dl*raeii's motion wes a faet. the significance of whl*h I pointed on*, to fed at the time The order of the day, on Frldey we* tt* discussion ef the bulget Lotu John llue#?ll ro?? sal moved that the order of the day en that i|jsatlss be postponed to Monday, whea h a rhoatd state hl? tea sons for that request It wu evIJest t> ail las* as contemplated resisting nffi ?S. Mi house ha 1 oae* heohe up la eseltetasnt Oa Moniay. la the >lou*> of L->rd?. t* Vsr^uas of [ Laodowae aaaoate d h?t ea Frl !?/ ? and hi. ? l league* had Under? d their resignation* to the Quaen ? that Lord Stanley had be tin lent for bj her Hearty, but that hit Lordship Intimated that be ?M not pro pared to torm a cabinet. Lord John wat then aentfor and eutruated with the recon?truotlon of the cabinet. Lord Stanley oemflrmed the above. In the Ilouae of Common*, Lord John Russell explained the resaon* that induoed him and bit colleague* to resign, lie gave a* hi* reason, the (mall majority of 14 on Dis raeli'* motion, and the reoent minority on Mr. Look* King'*, which held ont a probability that upon other measure* similar defeats might be expected . lie then repeated what Lord Lanadowne had stated la tbB Lord*. Of the negotiation* which have *ln?e taken place. I may state, in a few word*, that Lord John could not re-form hi* cabinet? that Lord Aberdeen wai *ent for, and declined taking ofllc#? that Lord Stanley tried hi* hand again, hoping that Mr Gladstone and Lord Canning (bath Peelites) would sUnd by him. Both declined. Sir Jams* Graham was thsn tried, and oould not or would not take efHo*. Stanley then tried to make a pure proteotioni*t minority, bat failed. Ye?t?r<lay, Lord John was again *ent for. and the pre vailing opinion now I*. that ho will form an amalga mate* cabinet of whig* and conservative*. One faot ha* been elicited. The protectionists hart w.a ? i. w?a.i. and vet oould not lorm a ministry, <i*n by thron ing *? ? I'ortUtn of tluir j/'n"."-'" r~^~ cipUs. Free trade principle* are so firmly established, that a pure protectionist ministry could not stand a week. The subjoined offlclal account of ths movements of the ministerial personage*, and their interview* with | Queen Vlotorla, will convey *ome idea of the nego tlatlon* which have been pending, and ot the diffloul tie* encountered in the formation of a mlniatry SATURDAY. The Mar lassa of Laaidewnc arrived at Bnekiag^an Pa lace, from l.ansdowne Mouae, on Saturday morning, and bad an interview with Her Majeity. Lord John Ruisell ar rived at the raises shortly alter the Mariuess of Laas dowas, sad had also an interview with her At half-past two o'clock, almost immediately after the departure of the Marquess of Lanadowne and Lord Joha Rnssell, her Majesty wrote a Utter to Lord Stanley, com mandinx hit immediate attendance at the palace. 1 be let ter was forwarded by a speoial messenger to the residsnos of the noble lord in St. James's s-iuare. . 4. ? Lord Stsnley arrived at Uuokmgham Palace at three e'olook. and was immediately admitted to an audience with her Majesty, with whom bis lordship remained in oonfer fereneeior more than aa hour. After Lord Stanley had left the palace, bsr Msjbsty wrote a seoond letter to the no ble lord, who tad not reached borne whoa the royal mis aivt reached St James's square. Lord John Russell returned to his official residence in DovdIbx itriet, at three o'olock. Doriai tht atternoon, hli lordihip hid iAt^r vie ws with Viaoonat 1'almertton, aad oth er atmbera of the oabiaot. .. At fi?o o'olock, a letter wat addressed to the Karl of Abcr deea. by hie Royal HiRbnett Prtnoe Mbart, rtqua#tin? hit lordthip't immediate attaadanoa at tlo P*l*oe. Lord Aber deen wai not at homo whon the lottor rt ached Argjle h<>a?e, hit lordihip bavin* left town, for Blaokheath. i it > *?o ?f olook. The noble earl returned to town at six o clock, aad lmj>e?i< ately replied to the note of the Prince oonsort. , At hall-bast five o'clock, a "private aad immediate ioa muauntion eat forwarded to all the intra ben of the retir* In* ministry b? Lord John lluisell At six o'clock, Lord John Knuell proceeded to Bnokiag bstn Palaoe, to have a isoond interview with hsr Majesty, with whom his lordship ruinatasd m ooafsreaoe nearly tore ""immediately after the departure of Lord Jeh? Russell, a despatch arrived at Buckingham Palace from Lord S.anley, in repi^ ?o her Msjcstj's second csamtmioatioa to that bo ^ At lialif-past nins o'oloek, ths Sari of Aberdeen arrived at the palace. The uoble earl had an interview w*th ner jetty aad tho Prtnco contort, and remained at tht palaot nn til nearly mid nigh te ... . . k Lib Saturday afternoon. a coinmualeaUoa was reoclyed at ths residence ol tke Right lion. W. E. (JUdstene, in Carlton Oareensfiom Lord Stanley. In the evening, n special cou rier left towa with despatches for the rigU ho.orabli gon tlemaa, who o as to have arrived at Pans on Friday lait. Mr Olaustone Is expected in town this morning. A ministerial deipntoh was forwarded t > the Sari of Cla rendon, at the Viceregal Lodge, on Friday uuat. Yesierdav morning, the Wariness of I.aujdown* reeelved visits from Lord John Kussell and the Etrl ot Carlisle, nt L"r jan??sar"h?m raid a visit to the Karl of Absrloen, at an iarly hour jeiUrdej muming. at Arsyle Uouae. L.Tbe K.rl of Aberdeen visl.ed Lord John Bnssell yeiterday morning. Ths nobis Earl was acooapaaied by an James ^*At' the later period of tho day the Earl of Aberdeen visited Lord Ktanlt t. at his tesid. nee ia St. Jamss'i . At tive o'clock last evening. a letter was nddreisel to the Eailef Aberdeen, by his R.jal U . gli -.oj-i Pti are Al be r t ft - questing the nobt. oarl's i.resen^- at Uuokinglinm ralaoe. Loid ater leeu arrived at tho ralace by appointment, at aiae o'rlof k Suit evctmr. anl had an auiieace witn her Majesty and the Pilate tuasort. MONDAY. Lord John Ru?s*ll reeelved Visoouat Palinerston and other members ot the late cabinet, at aa early hour Mondai mim ing at tie lord.hip't privats rsatdsnee, ia Chatham p.v e. Lord Jehu Kusisli sul?e.ieently proes<-<ed to Buckingham Palace, and had.* interview with htr M.jeitv. Tfc? ilat'iuess of Clanricarde had aa inierTlew with Yis ''Lord^taul'y'recelved visits in ths eourss of the day from Mr Disraeli, Mr. Forbes Maekaaxie. and other Kading mem ber? of the protecti? a??t party. . . . The Chaaoellor of tbt Et?bi?|tir viiifed Earl Grey, at hit m.n.ion, en ceilun Ilouss irrra... t^r U.orge tirey also visited the noble sari. The throe ex-minister* had a lsag 0U8ir"j?m^ ? (iraham vi.lted the Esrl of Aberdeen, a' n >o?. and remained in consulteiloa with ths a?ble earl for more tlAthrs*o>lock, her Msjssty aidressed a letter to the Earl of Aberdeen, comuiaudiag bis l >rdships presence at tae Pata'e at nlai- o'clock. This ?as the hr?t utter writ tea ?? 1 her Msjwty to the aoble earl siaee the rssigaatiOB ef .Lord I Julia Kus.ell, ths former c.mraenitaUsas ts his lordship having been writtea by his Keyal Highness Priaee Albert. At sine O'clock, the Earl ol Aberdeen prooeeied to the palsee. to have an interview with her Lord jcho KUM. I1 and f.r Jamei Ura^am arrived at the Palace about the ?sms tim.-. au joint! ti.e aob.v sari at tae coafsrencc *ith the sovereign. Tl;KiDA Y . This oi'irniog, at half- pan. ten e'tlork, her Mi s*ty r'? mandtd the attendance ef Loid Stanley at SuokingliMii r? UThe noble lor* arrived a?. the r*l*"? *' elevea o'clock, and was imaediately admitted to an audieaee by the sovere gn. | with whem bis lordihip remained in conference fer m re tht)? *AMng the palane, Lord Stanley prmesded to Oroevo aor gats, aad ha.f aaiatervisw with Mr DisraeH. 1 Lord Biaaley ?ubr H|neatl]r vi?u?d Viscount Canning, at his re?lden'e in lif-avsn' r *|>isie Tlie I ail ol Abtrde-s bad an latsrvlew with Lord 8ianley) Viteomt Can* in* visited Lor* Stsnley lo t i '? ul the aflernoen, and had a lee* Interview with hl< lori?h p. Set Msjssty ths i}us?b aldiessed a leeond oommunicatiea to Loid btnnl.y in the evening, tewbien the noble lord im "slr'ji'iues'S'ishaBi had aa iatervlew with th* Earl ef Ab erdesn. wSMiiariAr. 1 Th* fxslt<m>i.t wMch La* projlcl; iuriaithe pa*' tbrtl 1 or foar da?a, no tb* la^jHt of tb? nlniati y ?a? a an * ?' <rc* dmtal<h<-4. Tb* >smOi uit 'im) tj 1/itU il <1, II ?? taad hrr ? ?Jetty >t Kuckiatli** i aluu at an tariy Amir ia tlw moiLirr,, and th- arrival ?( Mi tilai.t.ii u ta I ?? irrm l'ari?. rn liar '?idtd t*> iacr?a? th* ai > :??-/ na'.u rally fill M to Hi* #rraa(*ti.*;t* in progr**a; ?H tli* *?!'<<? u ? of th* ( arltcB and th? Kal<rm ?tn tEr.iunid Jur.n; itvdat, and uptnalatr hour lath* ayrniaa, by fto-ip* "f *a**r ia lulrtt-, all aaxiou* to oM? a th* "iatojt l?UUin?a;c ' lr*? brad-qnartirf ua tb? all-nl -Jrhin* iiUilt l.fri tuaalay, ia #b*Ji##c# to bar Hiimiji nannai, j fro. ead?J ta Muvkiaelitia i *!?? t. at *b . arly uaur ia th* m orai i*. aad bad aa an ii*aoa w ah tb* Qinb. lit* nabla lent rtlatatd tu hi* rum itaco, la St. J a &aa'? at t at ait* In k. Tli* Miabt lloa. W. B Oladatoa* am > *d at hi?rt>i J*ae?, ia Catltoti iiardaar. ahorly alMT arm. IroBi Pan* luavli ait!) alter l.m arrival, ti.a ri(lr. l.oo.iraMr K.mumtn malt ed u p"o lA>id .-taalo), at bl? lo.daMfi * rMiia>(, La At. Jan a* ? *<iaara. Tli* intarvuw Mvm Lord S'.aaUy aad Mr Qia4at >a? *u , #f vary *hort daiatioa. Mr liladitun* ?i>U? |ii'ntly pro **.l id I* Ar*i W II ->?(<? to pay a Tlai ta th# larl ol AberJtan aai-.h whoa Ul* r<?ht tiua a< rabl- fia'.laaao bad a !? u< e..ai?r*uc*. 1h* Karl ot Arrrilr?n r?v ir?d vnin is the avraiat r rem tb* l>vk? of t rwci*U?. v iK-*aat < :aaaln? aad tacK rhiB a. > iararl Illiec. After th* lav e .tin aob.i < art wsu T tat tad by Bar Jaaaa (Italian. who rt mailed ?l**?uad wttb bitlordabip for Bori tbaa two hoar*. l.-rd R'a?i?y attraded th#1t*aeh#M to day. Vi.oauat latum* paid a titlt to L rd Stanley aft*r tb# ! ?**?. 1 ?rd Jaba Raa**ll r*?*iT?d a <l#tp%t#h fro a tb* Karl of Ataidttn la the m 'lairit. the Etrl of Bit#ab< r?u*h r#ceir#d a <? ^mauaio#W#a fri>? | Lord Htaa'ay durlai t h* da). It 1* laid tbat Mr. Ditraau ha* b??n in rl vely #-> ?? ?? I Ju lia* I ho laat tbrra day* at hi* aao?<r a in Park lata, i ha' an oth#r partoa than I.-ird Stanlat haa hern adrn-.t'- I t > aa ia | tarvl*w a itb U* hanorabl* in-mK?r. 1 he t ?a4* of th* protmti. ant part* dm#. I alib th* Carl aad Coaatai* of ul#a<all tbla #T?ahifl, at their rraar a la braaataor *tr**t. Lot J aad l.vlv ataalay, ta* Kari of Lnadaal*. Mr. and Mr*. Dianrli ta# Karl ?a I C'iia<<#> of I h#at?r>ild. aad Vtaeoaat Caatarbary. war* aa:#a? th# , i*#*ta. TW'K^DAV. An thar day #f laUnM#x*tt*re?at ha* ol^tad ?<th the r# ?liaa<loa, hy I^>fd 8taal#y.?f tb# (t are#, #atra#t*d to th# a?M* lord hy h#f ?aj?iy, of fanalan a oablaat At nva o'aleck. Lord Staalty pro**#d*d to BiahlatHaa Pala#*. aad. at an aadi?a?? of tb? (Jar** #< pre*** ! bi< ia tbillty. at th# pr#a?at momoat. ta larin an almnnrrati-a. Thu prnr#* dli #1 1 aadrratood to bar* r?aaltad ( ?? ia t?>- at , Williaiaca* ol Mr <i'a<lat?a* aad VnnooB' Oa?air# ta acr?? to crrtila arraattat-ai*. uad*t ?blt a Lord Itaaily prsp->a?4 to cany oa th*(oaoraaaat. Sir Jiaci Urah? m eallad apa? Mr. Oladatoaa ya*t?rday, aao had aa lararrlev al b th* ri?ht h norabla natU'iiaa. Aftar l.ord B>aal?r had p'.aa'd St* rjii?aatloa la th# aaad* | af the ?Ji*? a. a aural;!. ariiit*n by hi* H.<>al ?lliha#M | Prla#* Albalt, waa f r?ard#d to Lord John Nuai#ll, at th# at. hi# lord'* prlaai* i\ ?H'i-a??. ta Ch?tham plana. Ai #ftht #'rlo#h laat aluht. a ao-amnBioatioa tr*m Wr Jam#* (Irahaa. addi#nr#d to lay Majaity. ?a> rt?atwl at BurkiMhlm I'alaoa. Th# rl*ht hono.ahla bar <aat (Imrtly aittraird* r?##iT#d a ?nmoiaai?atl#a from h#r Maloity. flrBai'. tf kberdtaa. I?ir Jaoi?* C ra'iaiu ?nf Mr -'aM* , ?#ll hat# 1 #aa ia ooa*taat nmaaiialcatiaa during tb* day. FltlDAV. f ori Jafca il #?*# tnorr f ndrar rta* I# farn a nlalattry. Th* praaaat fiat* ?( affair# look* M If Lord Ah?r dr#M would tak# oflloa. with Mr Jan#a Orabam Lord ClarvBdOM. Mr 0?'t?*H, D?k? c? H#wra?tla. Bidaay U> rb?rt And etkfra of tfco Pool-LlMeola #ohool or Iff# Had* eoriRcrra'Ir.K. Wk#n tb# irl^UtrT, wha*?T?r It may %*, 1* la powor. It "111 ha*!' a dlfflovlt ta*k fn pnrf.irm Lord r aal'f i foaaramt at Mould hart b*OM roa p?f*d a# ? j Ptanfoy Pranalar l)l>r?a.l < r Cnnr.ia*. Forrl/M Affair# lii l la . r?lonl?# LiaI UwMfiH' m* Oflft I fr* HI i^otoMik Flmt l.nfd of f.l# A Im'-ftity. T . l.ord f.i*nt*Mant of IralAMd |a ' a- it* gala B?#ad ?>f fr%4? I fir i. l"-t?a o, I. Mil i h*ii.'?U.>r. Dlsraali ssem* to hare been ? stumbling block In th? formation ol i cabinet by Stanley ?a BattiN rest for the present and I do not think that a ministry will be formed before the steamsr ?alia Tba fund* bars been fluctuating in coasaquenaa af thll crisis. and tell coniiierably whan It w*i known that Lord Stanley had been tent tor Cobdsn hat no tified bis intontlou of putting question* to the minis try, whan formed, aa to the line at commarolal pollajr it purpoaaa to adopt. Ji piultctioniit gm ? rnmcnt cannot last. Tha aooond reading of tha Marriage blU haa bean rejected in the House of Lord*. The pnrpoaa of thla bill waa to mako it legal far a man to marry hii wlte'a ?later. It pasted tha Commooa by tha umall majority of one AU the Bishops spoke against it. So dl4 Brougham and Campbell. Tha lleuao meets to-night tor explanations, and will ba probably again adjourned The third anniversary of the Pranoh revolution af February has passed off quietly in 1'aris, and in tha departments. Tha government took meaautas la prevent demonstrations. Banquets wera held, an? many thousands proceeded In prooesrfon to tha foot ot tha column on the Place de la BastiUa. The refugees in London held a comma moratiaa banquet at Bigbbury Batn. Above 700 ot all natl?M wara present. The reds, as Caus*ldlere. Ledru Kolita, and others, (about MO) had a separata banqnet else where. Thera Is a split between the ultra red and tho socialist refngaes. Louis Napolaon has bean lndto poaed; but has reooverad l The Monitrur publishes the following diplomatic ap point men te : ? M. de Sarnie*, Minister Plenipotentiary la Sweden, is a* pointed in the same quality te the I'm ted States af Nort '?'?ml Aupiok. Minister Plenipotentiary to tha SubMme Forte, is appointed Ainbaseador 10 the Qusen of Bagland. M. dsLamlstte Is appointed Savoy Extraordinary aad Minister Flenifotentinry te the Sublime I'erte. M. de Walewskl, Minister Plenipotentiary at Naplea, la appointed Miaister I'leniroten'iary at Madrid. M. Adolpbe Barrot, Minister Plenipotentiary at listeria appointed is the tame oapaoity at Maples. M.de Mareaealchi, First Secretary of Embassy at Londea. li appointed Minister Pl?ai pvtentUry ia Sweden. M. d'Andre, Minister Plenipotentiary to the King af Saxa - ay, Is appointed in the same quality to the King of ths Mo therlands. M. de Idalicnao-Feaelon, Minister Plenipotentiary te tha Baaseattc Towns, is appointed Minister to the Kiag of Saxony. M. ( intrat. First Secretary of Legation at Berlin, Is an> pointed Mlnts'er Pleaipotentiary to the Hanseatle Towns. M. Forth- Bonen. Minister in China, isappolatad Bnvoy Bx traordinary and Minister Plenipstentinrv to the Queen *C Portugal. M. Bourbeulon, Seorttary of Legation at Waakiagtaa. la appointed Minister ia China. M. de St. Qeorgee, Beers tary of Legation at Bio de JanelreL is appointed Miaiiter Plenipotentiary to the Baperoref Bcaxil. M. de T* lle> rand, First Saoretary of Legation at St. Petaaa knrc, ia appointed First Secretary of Bmbaasy ia Lendon? M. Serrurltr. Secretary of Legation at Brassela, is appelat ed First Secretary of Legation at St. Petersburg. Tba following appolntmenta have also basn mads: ? M. de Damremoat, See retary ef Legation at Bsrlla. M. de Sampavo, do. at Brassels. M. Ganldreo- Boilleaa, do. at Walking ten. M. de Secur, de. at Manieh. M. de Bondy, Second do. at Berlin. M. lou ruler. Second Secretary at St. Petersburg . M. de Astorr, Attaoke at Banover. M. Chevalier Te St. Robert, secretary at Bio Janeiro. M. Borelli- Latonebe, Attaohn at Baaovw. M. Brnest Baroohe, Attache at Carlsrnbe. It Is currently rkportod at Paris, that a fusion haa taken place between the legitimists and Orleanleta. This report haa otigtnated la a letter addressed by tha Duke of Bordeaux to M. Barryar. than kiag him for kia speech In tha Legislative Assembly. This letter is ro ?arded aa a programme ol the intentions of Honii T. [This manifesto has already appeared la ths Nkw Yobk Haa* id.) So muoh is evldeut, that tha old naSlrttt ol tha Fa^ boarg St. Germain havo thrown opaa thair saloons ta ths lending Orleanlsts nt Paris I do not believa that tha Dnobess of Orleans has oonseutod to resign any olalms In favor of the Count de Paris The electrio telegraph will be open to tha pnblla, to morrow, from Paris to Calais. Affair* la Oernaaay are In aitais of nonfnslon A us trla ia grasping at auoreme power The yoang Rapa ror Is ambitious, and hit Prima Mlniater, Sobwarsaa berg, seoonds bis views Tba rumors ot an Aoattlaa intervention in Switsarland and Pledmoat. oontlnna. I think tkat the first pretanoa that presents ItoeM will ba takan by Austria to advanse aa nrmy. I sead ion tha views of tba Usrman liberal praaa on this aab jeot. From private letter! from Italy. It Is dear that Maa sini. who ba* been, it I* said joined by Oarrlbaldl. par poaes a rising, next spring, in tha Neapolitan Stataa. [tJarrlbaldi is now living quietly on Staten Island, la New York bay - 11km* lu 1 Tha rising will take plasa last ia Lombardy, and be counts that Sardinia wUI again soma forward and taka th? flelJ against Auatrtn. This explains tha lnorsase of tba Amtrlan army la 1UU]T Our advlcaa from Lisbon are to tha l'Jth lost Tbara bas been a ministerial crl*l* ih r> Thsre is ?? change in the commercial world. I a Spain all is quiet Naoready has made bis farewell speech to the stafe and theatricals. A grand dinner takes alas* In hla honor to-morrow. Bulwar takes the chair, Dickea* acts as vice chairman. Oood* oontlnue to arrive dally tor the great exhibi tion. A Sardinian steam frigate, with Ur a oa', velvet, and specimen* of workmanship In silver. I* the fi ret foreign vessel ot war that has arrlrsd for tha exhibi tion. Home. Tilt roi't ok swiMkumi. We Inn that a ronnatory wia held at Rom*, and oa the 17th alt , in whioh the roN delivered an alloca tion on the religious affair* of ftaltserlaad HI* Moll. n?H crmplaleed bitterly ot the oppresaioa wbiok weighed on the conscience* of Catholic* la that oeaa try. In eonMqaen'-* or the eondaot ot ths liberal*. *1 the obstacle* to the free exercl?n ol the Catholic rett gtan. of the tillt of Mvoral of the splritaal tesdar*. and of the spoliation of ehurrbe* and detraction of ouavt-nta. He. at the tame time. prals*d the m >4<> ra tion of the Betas splsoopscy and cl?rgy la the *p pr*M? d oaatoBH. Mr. >In< i rally's Kaicnrell, Mr. Maeready toek hi* benefit on Wednesday Bight, the 20th nit. , and. at th? tame liui ?. hi* flaal leave of the (tage, o* the board* ot Drury Lane Theatre. Tha announcement of tbla ef*nt bad Its natural Influaaoa, and. a* toon a* the door* were opened not a rvalue of a Mat nnr dlMOTrred In any pert ol th* houae ?? Mao beth as* tha play ohonenbyMr Maoready for ihia Interesting oeraalou The enthusiastic wsloome wbloh he received wh?B ha entered can ea uly be ima?laa4. Hat* aad handkerchiefs waved la all dlreotloas, ami noililug could exceed th* vshemeuoe ot the d?m?aa tratlo'i. MMH **t*tal time* MHtaf the progress ti th* tragedy Mr Maeready nev*r played with greater lore* and ability, and tbla evidence ot powers yet aa decayed. < tily added to th* regrst whlsb hi* dstermla*. tioa to retire baa unlveraallT generated Mr. Phelps, Hie Watnar.aad Ml** I' Uorner. who respectively filled the part* cif Moduli. Lady Macbeth, aad Heoate, wer* almon a* loudly cheered a* Mr klarready wbea they entered, In ooue* ,u-ore ol the kind spirit tltey eibthltrd la afljruliig tfc*lr profaeaiaual ??r?lo** aa aat of grao- fulllvly acknowledged by Mr Maaready la th* printed bill* At the consiualen *1 i t? ua<~dy. the loudest calla were mad* tor Mr Macraady, who ad leacth rame before tha aurtatu. uiva?ud for *?**. ad th* habUt men's *1 tli* stags It would be Impassible to describe tli* sirltsmen*. that prevailed at Ikl* Biooent. It waa long before h* was permitted t* aay a word, with auoh protracted vigor did tk* audlaaa* Indulg* la the plaudit* whi :h th* *v*at (tiggeated Hilenee wh at |*iijth restored, aad he the* deliveaag th* following (peeuh under very obvioa* emotion t? My last theatnaal part la pla/t I. aa J. is aecarUae* with 1< at sstekUehsd usage, I appear unaa id >ru Htforr yea Kraa If I wets ait'.iaat pm-edest for the discharge ef I hi* Ml sf 4ut J. it Is <ae vMohay owa feeUsgs *0*14 fr'??i*tiWy urge urea mi. f*f. aa I look ha it oa oiy long pretesstsasil career. I tea la It hat oaa eeatiea ea* ffTl e( Is taigas and leppnrt enteaded I* aa, siieerlag j? la ay e*wardpre> graae, aad ?i hol t ng nr ia aoat trying iBth-lliH I hare, ihsrsdors, keen dcstrauief ??ff?rla* y?? ay partla* ank HW? 'edxriaaaU far the r artUI klaia* * with ehioh aiv hnmll* sfT'ttekara r.aif rmly k??a <e?*iv*d. aad far a Ufa m*d* harrlvr k? >f"i r taear. TTi* diaiaaae of men thaa S*a aad thirty vaart hu aat liawl at raeallavtma ft th* aaanev ataatat whlrh gava frath Imrala* te th? la?\parleaaed ** lay* uf ?? taatk, est *ttaeiat*d ?< %a ftf araaaa. whaa rtrvgglla* narillr ?"T ? pallte uf puitiT. a; ?tn?? 'ha f**i?* aad tal'kt at th oaa artiat* wna?- itinaHar eiaellasaa I aa ?rtiit<li?ly adielfad, atmlrad. aa4 li a -ad. The* aveae avamaai halpad ta ptaaa ?*. la raapact t-> pri?llara- aad lainlumea**, ?a a fa< tia? witt ay diitlagela^ad riapeat t*f*. With tha gv elk ef tlae ytnr fsr >r Memad ta gr w| aad. aadlstarkai la ay h*M aa yeur ? itlaa, rraa rasr te ) ??r I feuad frlaada B'>rs al*ae!v ni l ?ki klr aluatartac raead ma. All I "at ad< a ana te ta? Iff hoe l?*tlr I ?r*** ctatad tha pt'renaga the* llbarallv awarlail m'. Itthtg* vetlaa. thronghnet tha*a veer*. *f keai aeargtaa te yew* ?arvlo*. My aakitlaa te aatekllah a theatre, la lagssd ta daaaraa aad taate, wrrthv ef oar aaaatrj aad te h?v* In It th* i ta > * *f <>sr dlvta* lhak<p?*r* dtlf lllu*trat?l, ? aa fr**trat*4 lr those ekaea dalf It waa, la vlite* af ik* tre*? Mmafited t* th*m, thsw salves Is kava ss>lar?ea*a tka task *n ? aomsgeed mad hssyet k**a aewa: sad la the i?al asd <>re titekl?proaaft?l*M > f earvala ofaar pc aaataaasgan a. haaaaaaeraaasthai *M> r?rr?pt idltlor * a* J<ia*e?nif prva- uanoas of pav? data w'll navar he r?.tar?d, hut thst tk* parity af aargeaat |isn tf?l will from haaoaforwar', he held oa oat tagUah ataga ia the rsitrsar* It ahoald aver ?? umaed I h*v? llfla asr* te say By sea*, th* r?'ati?a at *a aster t* hi* aediMMe la rsaaMsr*<Tas al>*ht as i traaairat. I da aot feel it so. Aa rapes tat manlfrataUoe. aa.l'r ? ire'ie?ata?aa? peraeaally af fn tisg i?e, sf yoer farorahle an'la* ata t >war li as wtll llvs aaasi ay mot cratef-l mamsrlaa aad. be*a**e ( yrnal* a?t eilfiasH shata oas t? t l? f ar ?? earn. I retite with A* begrf erytl aafhillsg powers, rathsr thtnllaaev oa the*raaa to aat ia aoe'tea- ths fsshle atyle ef mwllh the Mare vtgntoa* e?artia**<,f a* ?attar yatre. Warde ft le**' aoah a< 1 >aa otamaad are lai ffsetual te *aav*w af thsska. la aifar ?s that* yss will katisve that I feat ?a? a ra thee I (iva ettsaaeaeta With seatimeata ef th* Scape*! rr*"t?' e 1 tahe my leava, Mdriag yoa, Ia4les ae4 (aetlaaas la ay aroieeeieaal rapacity, with re?ret, aad mr?i ra>ro?U?llr, a last far*?all. NoUtlng could parall-l th* tamalt whlah aroa* whao fhla aeat and Appropriate ad lresa had terminated Tha nuclease leoludlng many el th* most emla aat ladl vldaal* of th* day. app1asda>d agala a id again t# th* vary erhr. ?n l th* aisltamant isontinaed for lomo tlma after Mr Maeready Lad ra tired from th* pablla Raring & ( o.'s Clrestlar. Lonenw, Friday, February 'it -I F M, The discussion oa ths badge*, which was flg*d fw '.a*t Friday svaalag waaaullanly poatposed. aad aa Monday It Vecsme known that minister* had wdtaii Dating the uncertainty that h ta slaea prevailed, It la net etirprUlag that w? th nil baa* to rep ort e atlaneg taaetlrity la tha prodaa* rJarkHa g.e. rally KwgaF and *<tto? bar*, howteer, b*?a th* *ge*ptloaa; lks fotwer soatlaulag very ?rm. an I eottea havlnf atys