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WHOLE NO. 7007.
ccuto: S?*t s in Oroiic stra It >xos, 60 oeuts. Doors upon
nl6JJ; curtain rises at 7 o'clock. Mon?l?y evening, March -t.
the performances will own in coco with the drain* styled
?.RKEN BCSHES? Conn r O K unody, Mr. Tilton; (. .r<e
') Kennedy, Mr. Goodall; Wild Murtogh, Mr. Eddy; Captain
J>'Artoia, Mr. Hamilton; Muster Grunnadxe. Mr. Griffiths;
Geraldiiie. Mrs. Jordan: Miami. Miss Fanny Wallaok. To
vouclude with the drama of tho DUMB 8A VO Y A RD A N D
JUS MONKKY ? Count Maldeohiul, Mr. Hamilton; Pepiao.
Mr. Taylor. The Monkey, Ma tor Cony; Stuuwald, Mr. Cony;
Coutw Mlllwhtali Mrs. Qrattan.
?f J Circlo and Pariiuet, .ji) cents; S'cond Tior. '25 cunt*; Pri
vate Boxes. $/>; Oroliestra Seats, 75 rent a. Door* open at
?i.'i; to begin at o'clock. Monday evening, MarohH. will
l# played a new comedietta callod RATHER EXCITED ?
Mr. Doublequill Bun, Mr. Johnston; M ile Jolliejamb. Mrs.
. D*ott. The comediotta of THE J. J.'S? Mr. James J Mr.
Blake: Mr. Julin J., Mr. Lester. Tho new farco of A 1)1' HI.
1 N TIIK DARK? Mr. Gregory (Ireenllnoh, Mr. Burton; Mi**
Jtsry Taylor in three characters. To conclude wit h tho t'aree
of .the 11 A PPI EST DAY OF MV LIFE? Mr. Uilluian, Mr.
, Morton; Sophia. Mian Mary Taylor.
i. ' Circle und IIoxe<. 25 cents: I'it, 12}^ cunts; Orchcjtr*
T icketa, JiU cuts; Private Box Tickets, Si. Boors opuu at
IO4; curtain rile* at 7,*? o'clock. Monday evening, Maroh H,
the entertainments will commence with tho drama of BUN
Tilt; BOATSWAIN? Ben Howling Mr. W. G. Jones; Edwin
<i??e, Mrs. W. G. Jones: Dionysius Dnbbloton, Mr. Fox. To
lie .followed by the new spectacle of the MAtilC DEER?
liiiifr Dong Bell. Mr. Taylor; Prince Snlfronhil, Mr. Itrad.haw;
Tristram, Mr. Fox; Princess Swoetlips, Mrs. Nichols; Car*
I is.?n. Mrs. W. f!. .lone*. To ooncluuo with the faroo o
W ICS AND WIDOWS? Antolne Cotjne, Mr. Fox.
47- Br.iadway, nlmve Grand street.? Open every ui<ht
?luring Hm wek. until further notlea. Tho original and wjII
known Christy's Minstrels, comprising An efficient and ver
? Mile "oorpt" of "talented'' and "experienced performers."
under the management of 13. P.Christy, whoae concerts in
this city, for a succession of "tlvo years," havo been received
with favor by highly respectuble and fashionable audiences.
Tickets, 25 cents. Door- ? pen at fitjC: and will commence at
T.'ij o'clock. Th* patrons of Christy :< Minstrels are respect
fully informed that the Saturday afternoon concerts are dis
O' litinned. On Saturday next, March I t, auuual beuetit of
H. Zorer.
Wells and Priggs perf rm every ereuing, aad ou
Wednesday and Saturday afternoons.
1 original and celebrated corps of Kihiopian Performer I,
^rspectfally informs the eilirens of New York that he has
si lohed their s^ireei in this city " until further notice." They
vmII vi?it .-.owe of the principal cities West and South pre
"vious |? their re -opening their Concerts in Broadway.
J. It. FELLOWS. Proprietor.
brary, Broadway, corner of Leonard street. ?Monday
? veiling, March K, Mr. and Mrs. Mclntyre, celebrated Scot
tish and Irish Vocalists, will give one of their populur mnsi
?nl entertainments, embracing some rare sentimental and
humorous melodies. See programmes. To commence at S
? '??lock. Tickets, ISA cents.
Classical quartette soiree-arranged by
P. K. Wci*el ? at the Brooklyn Femalo Academy oil
Tuesday evening, March !). 1*52. Miss KlieU, Soprano; Miss
* nulling. Contralto; Mr. Weiiel, pianoforte: in addition to
Mr. EUfeld's Quartette Association, comprising Messrs.
?I. Noll, II. Kfv.T. L. Eluhliorn, and T. EisfeM. Tickets, 0)
MltL may be obtained at I'. K. Weiiel'g mnsle store, u3
Fulton street; likewise of Mr. Cottier. 102 Atlantic utreet;
Mnd Messrs. ICadcliO Bros., corner of Atlantic and Cliutoa
Grand sacred concert.? sunday eyp.ning,
March 7, at the National Hall, 29 and 31 Canal street,
Mear Broadway, consistinx of Sacred and Secular Music.
VocalUt, Miss Moore, pupil of Ralfo; Mr. Quint. Tenor: Mr.
Rudolli, Baritone. A Grand Orchestra, tinder the direction
of Mr. Herwig. Tickets, 23 cents. Doors open at 7 o'clock;
to commenc e at 3 o'clock. For further particulars, sue pro
^ Monday evening, March 8, and during the week, Grand
.Demonstration; ftin, folly, fashion: taste, talent, and ele
>anf?. Horsemanship by alk the great riders. Two rival
Clowns? Lovett, the Yankee Clown, and Bobby Williams,
the Cockney Clown ? Old England and New England against
the world! Boxes, 26 cents; Pit, 12>? cents.
Acard.-the undersigned, late treasurer
of the Holiday Street Theatre, Baltimore, offers his sur
Mces as Agent or Manager to artistes who contemplato Tisit
tag Baltimore professionally, for Concerts, Readings, or Ex
hibitions. He will attend to all husineas connected with the
Tr'iffessioo. Having a thorough knowledge of the business,
I e insures success. He also engages with persons of acknow
ludgsd talent and responsibility to travel as business a/cut.
having trjre.led through the Southwest, Mexico, aud South
America, and has a knowle.lre of all cities of note in those
?ountri#H. For any information, address, stating terms
(post-paid), t* W G. CORBELL.
Holiday ^treot Theatre, Baltimore. Md.
X mrnt. three doors above Niblo's. Open ev?ry night, for
t be purpose of classical illustrations of Ancient Statuary,
yy the French and English troupe of Living Models, with
Ethiopian Minstrelsy, and ether entertainments. Doors
?peu at 7 ?'I'lock; performances to commence at S.
?hip ARCTIC, (.'apt, Jsm C. Lne?. ? Thia steamer will
4epa>t with the United States mails for Europe, positively,
? n SaUrdny, March 20th, at 12 o'clock, M., from her berth *t
the foot i>l (:?n?l ?treet. No b?rth secured till paid for.
For freight or passage, having unequalled accommodations,
for slegance and comfort, apply to
EDWARD K. COLLINS it CO., No. .VI Wall street.
TM steamship PACIFIC will succecd (lie ARCTIC, and
>* i I April Ad.
rpm: Philadelphia and Liverpool steam -
X ship Company intend running their oeir steamships
follow* : ? mOM PHILADELPHIA.
? itjf l>f ttlavw Thursday. March 4
I - it jr ot Maui bitter about Thursday, April S
(ROM 1.1 V kit POOL.
? ity of Glasgow Wednesday. Feb. 4
I it Tut Manclic?t?r ..about Wednesday. Man li 10
Pas-age from Philadelphia in saloou atate rooms, iu
Jvre Cabin. $.rs"?. For freight or passage apply to
THOMAS RICHARDSON, 41 Exchange Place. X. V.
or No. 9 Walnut Htroet, Phila Iclphia.
State* Mail Steamship FRANKLIN, James A. Wotton,
?"nuBanrfcr, will leave for Havre, touching at Southampton,
1 i laud tho tnaila and passongers, on Saturday, March 13th.
*t 12 o'clock, from pier 4, North River. Price of passage iu
*r-t cabin. $13); do. in second cabin, $70. Lnggagw not
? sntrd dui nn the voyage, should bo sent on board the day
? ?l..r? nailing, marked '"Below. " No merchandise will be
lrt- "i*t'U on board after Thursday, the 11th inat. Shippers of
ape ie will aond their apecie on board the day before nailing.
>'or freight or paiaago, apply to
MOKT1MKK 1.1 VI NfiSTON. Agent, No. M Uroadway.
F The new and superior steamship FLORIDA, Capt.
Thomas Lyon, will leave on Saturday, March l.'ltli, at 1
? tlotk. I'. M.. from pier 4 North ri??r. Apply to
SAMUEL L. Ml Till I LI.. No. 1!M Front street.
The Alabama, Capt. D. Ludlow, on Saturday, Mar?h
Wth. For apced, strength, accommodations and fare, thetj
?hipi h*\e no *ui*rior ou the ocean.
? fatt-no'iu steamship l: N ION, R. Adams, Commander.
?ill le??? I'i r Mo. 4, N. R., on Saturday, March 13, at 4
? clock. IV M. precisely. For freight, apply on board, where
all Mils ef lading will be signed: and for passage, (having
li i. rivalled accommodations. ) at the counting room ot
.SPOFFORD, TIl.ESTON. & Co., 48 South street.
The Southerner Will WOWld tho Union, and leave on Weil
L Companies.? 1 Tho only through line for California and
?/re?on, ?ia Chaares direct, per "teamer* CRESCENT CITY,
? i. Friday. March Mb, and the EMI'IKF. CITY, via Havana.
? o Tntsday, March 9th. ? Tho splendid atoamship CreaCOu t
4 ity. 2,000 tons burthen. John Tanner, commander, will
?uif on Friday, March 5th, at 2 o'clock P. M., direct for Cha- j
?jren, connecting at Panama with tho Company's steamers:
<nd the I'.inpire City, 2.000, J. Leeds, commander, will
l<.ive her pier at the fnot of Warren atroet . on Tuesday,
March 9ih, at i o'clock P. M.. for Chagrcs, via Havana. Pa.i
?c:iger? by t he FmpiroClty will connect with tho well known
ami favorite United States Mail steamship Northerner, to
,?ail for Sau I'r.tni isco on the arrival of the passengers And
jii.nl* No detention at Panama. Rates of fare to San Fran
cisco ? First cabin. $.11/5; second cabin. $270: eteerage.
Rite* of fare to Chagres : ? First cabin. $65: second cabin.
$45. steerage, For freight or passage, apply only ut the
?ldit\ No. 177 West street, corner of Warren.
l_ * laeos, <ia Havana.? The splendid steamship EMPIRE
I IT! , (?.(*?? tous.) John Leeds, commander, will tail from
the pi'r .it the foot of Warren street, North river, on Toes
dar March !>. at two o'clock 1'. M . precisely. Rates of pas
yage to Havana and Now Orleans? new arrangement: ? La
j,,V saloon bertlw, $75; After do. do.. $70; Forward do. do.,
vVV Steerage berths. $2T>. Spce|o only taken on freight to
llstsna. f reight taken to New Orleans at 40 cents per cnbic
Tool Hhipners of freight are requested to snpply themselves
? itli the i outpany'a bill or lading which may be had on an.
i,li< ittan *? ti.e oflVce. No other form will bo signed. No
i ills of lading higned after the ship has sailed. For freight
Ir m-saee ai.i.ir to M. O. ROHERTS, H7 West street.
*r ' e. rner of Warren
Conipaiii ?< ?Only through line to California and Oro
. Fitf ? n?e magnfticent don Ma engine steamship
Jm i>oIS. captain II .1. Ilnrtftelue. r. S. N., being now
? s'silv for pr-.i e, will leave thi? port, lor Chagres. on Mon
April 2f>, atSo'rleok P. M. precisely, from the nier at
f,?t of Wari -u Btiei't, North Kl\er. to connect with the
< ,,nip?nie*' c?tr'? May ?t earner from Panama to San Fran
cisco. The accommodations of the Illinois are unsurpassed,
inil she IS well known to be the fastest steamer In the world.
For freight or passage, appl? onlv at the office of the Coin
,-anies, 177 W est str-Mit, corner of AVarren ftreet.
1 San Francisco Steamship Line.? The new steamship
I MTKD STATES, !,?? Ioiim burdro, Charles C. I??rry,
-i.inniandcr. will take h?r departure for Chagres, on Fri
ii?v, 3?>t h March n?vt, at 3 P. M.. eoenceting at Panama
niih the n w double envine steamship WINFIELD
? ruTT, 2, l(*l ton* burden. Kenney Conlllard, commander,
. , rcctcil to depart from Panama to San V'ranelaco on the
Kith of April ensuing. Those vessels, In spied, comfort,
jU'i safety, ar" not surpassed by any on this route; ami
, a?neii''u I " irijoon 's attached to raoh vessel. Apply
?' ! DAVIS I! ROOKS & CO., '
I, Ml 'fal Atonts. 'J* Heaver Mr'-t. New York.
ION RS (i JOHNSTON, CO Wall str'-'-t.
p.ooVs are now open, and tickets for sale, at $313, through.
Hrst cabin state room: $3M. thronich. for iciond caMu
-stc room; and $?t), thmngh, for steerage
I'i San Fran- mm. via Ch-irres diccot.- The new and splen
i,l steamship ^IKItltA NF.VADA. (I.'") tons burthen. ) J.
p. Wilson. Commander, (formerly of the steamship Rinuiro
I itv > v ill I mi' for Cba -iv. dire on \\ ednesday, tint I. Mi
if iar. h, at .1 ?? clo. k, from h, r -k, l o r 3. North River.
ting at Panama with the r?>orlto steamship Now Or
H?ns. 1 or li?Uht ^vf"|j'A y,'1(")lsl|i* v -n Hroad'vay.
I tlcn to m mopoly- with cheap r ale-, gi. .1 la re, ami great
epeed. Tlr- new and splendid ?toain?r nROTIICT ,li)N \
MI AN. I.SU0 tons, the fastest on the ronte, -Hh s iporlor Ac
?nmmndatinua f ir acven hundred |?a . ngers, will sail for
? ha?r< o sa l Sen Prai. iseo, on Fridsy^ March 2d, at .'I P.
Hi fr in l l r No. 4, North Kivtr. Arrungeinont < have boen
losde with independent atoam' rj on the l ai liio, wbn lj wiil
;,ri ?ent the pe wlblllty of any delay on thelstnmui Tv
t. ?l s ar ? now open for the salo of a limited au nber of
through li mits, propirly gnaranfMd, and at re liteid rs'. n
A poly t) t V siihiirftw, tin only autf. >rltfi.| agent f.,r tlii
JoiiaUMt. h MILLS, C>(Vlaai; ?t(*H
J' Lessee.? Boxen and Parquet, ft) cents; Family Cirol*and
(Jp|>er Tier. rents: Private Boxes. t~> unii $t>. l)?or.i o??n
at 7; to Commence at 7K o'clock. Monday evening. March A,
will be performed the Indian tragedy of MKTAMORA? Me
tamora. Mr. Korro.it: Nahmook?e, Mine. Poniai; Lord Kiti?r
nold. Mr. Fenno; Sir Artliur V anghan , Mr. Harry: Walter,
Mr. Conway; Errington, Mr. Whiting: Oceana, Mini K. II'?rn.
To conclude with the farce of the GUARDIAN ANGEL?
rapt. I dun el Myrtle. Mr. Pope; Mr Delamere Laxytongs. Mr.
Reynolds; Mr. Dulcimer. Mr. Davidge: Mis* Kato Swiminer
tiui. Miss Kute Hum: Moggy Suaggs, Mrs. Sutton.
Manager and Proprietor; John lirwnwood, .Jr., Assistant
Manager. ? Admission to the entire Muiinim and perform
ances, 2.1 oent>; children under tun year*, l?"-? ots.; Parquet,
I ~Vi cents extra. Monday and Tuesday, March Stli and 9th.
Gorgoous Oriental spectacle. produced at the expense of tl
rural thousand dollars ? the grand drama nf magic and soenio
enchantment, perfectly uuparalleled in its beauty. ('HERKY
AND FAIR STAR. or the Camel Driver and hi* Wife, which
will he performed every evening, commencing at 7 o'clock
Cherry, Minn Mestaycr: Fair Star, Miss Uarton. Previous to
which, the Antipodean Keats of Professor McCoroiiuk. Af
ternoon, at 3 o'clock. Antipodean font, singing, danoing. &c ;
aftur which, t ho interesting drama of tho CROCK OF GOLD.
The youthful Giant, ho., may now he seen.
MR. AUGUSTUS Hit A U A M Wil.l. GIVE Ills 81C0WD
Concert, at the Tahernaole on Monday evening, March
Tenor, will be assisted by the fellowiu:; diatiuguished artists:
M It. SE IK! wick.
rnonRAMME:? Part Kibst.
Arid? Pro Peccntis (Stabat Mater) Rossini
Mr. Greatorex.
Song? Rcjoicc greatly (Messiah) Ilmlol
Mme. Houchelle.
Re< it.? Deeper and deeper ?tlll >/,.
Aria ? Waft ller, AngelJ \ (Jeptlm) Han le
Mr. Augustus Itraham.
Sung? 0 rcbt in the Lord ( Elijah) Mendelssohn
MNu M. Leach.
Fantasia ? Con cert in*, on Themes from " Linda di
Chamuunix" Deniictti
Mr. A. Sedgwick.
Trio? Dolce Tranquillita (from the opera of "I Vil
legglatorl Bizarri") Pacltta
Mme. W. Ituuuhelle, Miss M. Leach, and Mr. A. Brabant.
Song? Never Despair (second timo in America). . . . il rail* in
Mr. Augustus llrah.iui,
1'AliT Skuonh.
Ballad? Norah Creina Moore
Mr. Greatorex.
Irish Song ? 0 come to the West, love Lofor
Madame W. Bouchelle.
Old Irish Melody? Luve'a Yonng Dr?ani (first time).. ,M >oro
Mr. Augustus lirahaiu.
Trio? 'Twas one of those Dream* Hurt
Mine. Itouehelle, Miss I. each, and Mr. (Ireatorex.
(Arranged by Mr. Maeder.)
Old Scotch Song ? Tho 1 lowers of the Forest. .... .Unknown
Mr. Augustus Braham
Dnot? 'Tis May again Greatorex
Madame Itouehelle and Mr. (ireatorex.
Hallad ? My Dreams are now no more of then Lavenu
( Ify particular request) with Concertina accompaniment by
Mr. Sodgwiok.
Mr. Augustus Brahsm.
Conductors? Mr. Greatorex aud Mr. Sedgwick.
Tickets. .lO cents? to be h:id at the principal mu-do stores.
Doors open at half-past 6; to commence punctually at S
Franklin museum. 17.cn.vn1 am square.? geo.
Lea, Proprietor. ? Two performances are given every
day, commencing at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. and at half
pa?t 7 in the evening. This establishment is the only place
in tho United States where the " Model Artists" can be seen.
The company is composed of a troupe of Artists, selected for
their beauty and figure, and are under tho supervision of
" M'llo Cabinet, Premier Model" to this establishment. A
magnificent series of groupings will bo produced, oarefully
selected from the most admired paintings and senlpture. with
new properties and appointments. '-Lea's rattlt Opera
Company," the only organized hand of ladies in existence,
w ill appear overy afternoon and evening. Mons. Lafarge. the
original Antipodeau Pedestrian, will walk "head down
wards," on the ceiling, at an elevation of twenty-five feet
from the ground, and eighteen in length, a feat which throws
all "competitors in the phade." The greatest wonder the
world over produced, Mons. Orejoiro. the strangest man in
the world, will break, with his "naked tint," any stone the
audience may choose to offer, with other unparalleled feats
of strength. The unrivalled tribe of " Acrobatic Sisters"
will appear In their wonderful gymnastic entertainments,
producing groat excitement by their extraordinary exhibi
tions. A variety of miscellaneous entertainments *re given
every afternoon *nd evening, such as can be seen at no other
establishment in the world. For full Particulars ?f eaoh
day 's performance, see bills of the day. Prices of admission
?Seats in Privato Boxes. ,V) cents: Orchestra Seats, with
cushioned arm chairs, 37'i ccnts; Boxes, ?5 cents; Gallery,
12 ^ cents.
Anatomical museum, 300 Broadway, corner
of Dunne street.? The *bovo magnificent establishment,
containing threi large ftallcries, over one huudred ftiet in
length, comprising tho largest collection of Anstomloal
Preparations in the United State* or *ny other country?
showing, without exception, every species of disease to
whirh the human frame is subject ? continues open for the
Admission of visiters, from 8 o'clock, A. M.. uutil 10 o'clock,
P. M., each day. Wednesdays, from 11 until 4 o'clock, ex
clusively for ladies. Ladies will be in attendance. Adinis
sion, 25 cents,
nrUlF, NEW ATLANTIC ANIi r&ciiit inusi n.iu
M. eut Steamship Company.? The only through line for
California, \ la Ch*gres direct, in opposition to the old mono
poly. This line is now fnlly complete, and *11 passeugurs or
property guaranteed against detentinn at Pauama. Tlio
new and splendid steamship WILLIAM PENN. will leave
from Pier 3, N. K.. March 3; and the splendid steamship
(1TY OK NEW YORK, March ltj, direct for Chagres, con
necting at Panama w ith the independent steamers. These
vessels arc ontirely new, and afford superior accommoda
tions for passengers. The books will be opened tn-d?y for
the (ith and ltitb of Aprils teamnrs. For freight or passage,
at reduced rates, apply to CALMER & CO.. W Broadway.
or B. 8. liAKillT, 7 Battery place.
X The maTnifleent new clipper ship EVIPlllK. 1,272 tons,
rapt. E. A. Thorndikc, having the most superb state rooin
accommodation, in first cabin, saloon, and second cabin,
replete with every convenience, will tako * limited nnraher
of passengers at the following low rates:? Kirst cabin.
saloon, <200: second < ahin. $lijO. The splendid model of this
beautiful clipper, and the great experience of Captain Thorn
dike, (this being his third voyage to S:m Francisco,) give the
most positive assurance of an extraordinary short passage.
Ample provisions are made for the comfort of passengers, and
families will tlud in this vessel requisites for a sea voyu?e
seldom if ever before provided. The number of tickets' will
be strictly limited, aud no mora passengers taken than can
bo handsomely snd comfortably accommodated. Saloon
passengers have s*me f*rc as first cabin.
E. B. SUTTON. tM Wall street.
J direct, and found, for one hundred and sixty dollars. ?
Hie beautiful and new clipper Jt'LIA ANN. Captain
Kamsdell, will sail for the above port on Tuesday. Maroli !>.
The abovo vessel having been built expressly for tliss trade,
aud the great nautical experience of Capt. Hamsdell, will
give all persons au opportunity of selec ting a cheap and
eorafortiblo pas.-age. seldom or ever offered. Early applica
tion will lie nceossnry to seenre pa?sag? (a number being
alreadv engaged ). eltner on board, at 1'icr 2-1, East river, ot
to Hl'TLER BROTil EKS, I If and lf>3 South street.
Thr f;iHt soiling ship JOHN BAR1NU, Madc^aii. mas
ter, ( 1,000 tons burthen.) having lionrly all her cargo on
hoard. will sail on the ? of March. Hit accommodations
for first and second cahin ppssengora far surpass, for room
ami oomfort, those of auy ship in port; has just roturned
from China in the short i.assage 01 11.1 days'. She will be
provisioned ami furui'heu in a superior manner. For pas
sage or a small quantity of light freight, apply on hoard, at
Picf II, N. it., or to F. it IV FOWLER. f?i West struct,
or U. II. Bl'TTER WORTH, No. Liberty street.
Resd, read. ? There were upwards of 7.'*0(> passengers lie
tween Panama aud San Francisco, ami there are now at
least 4. .500 at Panama, awaiting oonveyanc# to California.?
N. V. Herald, March I.
anil 1'nuainH.? ' The magnificent now extra steamship
REINDEER. 1,200 tons burthen, Cn.pt. D.I,. Wilcox, will
??il from Now York for the above named port*, on
Thnr?'lsy. April 1. 1SI2. This steamer was built ex
pre-rly fur tho California trade, is coppered and coo
per fastened, and is expected t.. make the shortest trip
ever made to California. A limited number of tickets may
lie set nred, by an early applieatioii to O KO. E. II AMI I, TON,
A :"-nt, oftise over Oman ilauk. corner of Greenwich and
Fulton streets.
An. nura i: co.'S California passaoi
? Oflico, 7 H all street, near Broadway.
IMU.PI Nil* <T |,|Xt.
Steamship BROTHER JON ATIIAN, I,**) ton", nipt. W
H. llrown. sails 2t>th March, connecting with au independent
steamer at Panama.
Firet cabin, to Ckagrcf, . Tlirongh tickets $.110
Second do. do. ,, M Do. do i7>'
Upper steerage, do. .. 40 Do. do 2|fl
Lower steerage, do. . . ,'W Do. do 200
Tilt fVKW 1 OBK Arn a A ?l mAJCIJCrt Sl'KAMSMIP MVP.
The steamship l'N ITED STATES, 1,600 tons, Cant. C (J.
Berry, sails JOtn Msvch, for Chagres, connecting with steam
ship Winttold S.-ntt, C. IMG tons. Capt. Kennv Conillard.
First i abin, to Chagras. . SH.1 Through tickets $.tl.">
Second do. do* ?? M Do. do.
Third do. do. . , ,'tt Do. do. A 2UO
The steamship SIERHA NEVADA, I.HJ0 tons. Capt. J D.
Wilson, fails 17th March, for CI
steam hip New Orleans. 1.4iH) tons,
First c&lin. to Chagres .
Second do. do. , , .V> Do, do 2VI
Third do. do. ,, 33 Do. do 200
Passage secured at
A. If. PR! OF. & CO. *. 7 Wall street.
Goods of every description forwarded to California, Ore
gon, China, Sandwich Islands and South America, at lowed
rates, by every steamer, at 3S cents per pound.
j ticVct for sale, ?>r tht Georgia, March 24tl>. Apply at
2 I'ine street.
C California -for salt. o*f, THROUGH first
V Cabin ticket in Vandnrbiit's line, to nail 20th instant.
Inquire at tho l'< arl street llonae.
jl signed has transferred all his right, title, and interest
in the shove steamer and all tickets and contracts signed
by ni" with persons going in or in any way connected ?i'h
the above steam' r. ere ? sumcd and will bo performed by
Mr. lie r ' I linuiilt n
J01IN II \I L, IM Washington street.
.1 .i. r.o-ni d waul immedi.i tely ?? 000 tons of best ijnalitj
water Pacing St for w leh the M?tu market price
? ill II nl on ' divirv. at. tha f n : nf Clinton gvenite.
Wallakwt. Hrooklyn. PETER I.VNAN
1 1- r San I'ram is.o.? Von ? ill pleas lis re two repori ? of
j onr vessel, canfo, vesiels spe'.. n, passcngirs' names, &?
* ith snv other thing v^n miiv thirW worthy of note, for the
Alta California and EjcH'Sn/e Re*i' nig Room ftir All Na
( imis, l'i : im Fr"oi i mn, whieli ? ill be i iilli d for, nil f nor ?r
r, til. by Commoili.ri Robert S. Martin. Marine Hei.orter for
A Its and Nwa Room, eud late of tho N?w Virk
Hi raid
>r. *.M>a, i.pwtons, v;apt. J. i>.
for Chs^rt'i, eonnectiug with
H) tons, Capt. Creasy.
A Through tickets ... .... $31. t
vt.i i :nr. f.oi vi e.~ ji sr uKt kivkd, a full
. k of,- ale Plat s. all ?l? S Til ?e plat ear- used
1 y the ' est Dagperrean Artist* They sre war
d lake s ' ' t' er Impn list* i. t Mn any other nl - te, and
?ci . ill ? sh 1 1 faet i n <fl every roapeot. Retail arlea,
i?', t' ..a J i' ... n.alier <l/,ie in prsportion. I.ibeiai
,\ ut I ? 'he tl s 1 A li'f m
1 1C 11' 1H01', r>', KMatdCA
ucKmmtis nminsm.
Our London Correspondence.
LonnoN, l'rijay K vetting Feb. 20, IMS.
Tte Beform Bill ? Lord Na*x Moot* a Vole qf Cemnr i on
La ri CUirnuUmand the fktvernmrnl ? Motion DefeateA ? I'ai
wietVon ? The Cast of Birch versus SomervilJe ? Disroelli?
Ik-bate cm the Caff re I for ? Ministerial Movements ?Bill
for Organizing the Militia ? Jin Knglith Fleet in the Chuii
ne.l ? ('Men and Hume ? /< tint Napottm ? Hit I 'ro<f<i /na
tion ? The Coining Crisis.
Since 1 I not wrote, the intermediate steamer will have
brought you the outline of Lord John Russell's new re
form bill. 1 ho first reading, owing to iU modified form
wu allowed almost without opposition ltccont events
on the Continent, added to the strike ot operative engi
neers ?n<l mechanics, hare .somewlmt alarmed the Man
chester uien, and U perhaps one reason why they dll not
demand at once reforms on a larger se:di>. The geoond
reading of the bill will be opposed in the Lordi, At a
meeting held at the Mart of Derby's (formerly Lord Stan
ley) it w:u unanimously resolved to oppose tlin .second
Lord John Kiiiucll still holds hi* ground. It was con
fidently expected lttsl night that the ministry would Unv >
been defeated, and the result of thu division has astonish"
ed a great many. The whole afl'air was mmignd very
clumsily by the opposition. With the exception of Is
raelii and Lord Naas, the opposition w;u? silent; and a ili "i
nion having been demanded aed obtained a little al'U-r I l
o'clock a great number of the members who int o 1 ? 1
votiug ugainst the ministry wore enjoying themselves
comfortably at the Carlton, intending to be at. 1 he II m -e
in time to vote. With audi negligence, Lord John will
beat his opponents over and over again. The motion of
tills debate wa.< nothing less than a vote of censur.- upon
the ministry for approving tho conduct of Lord Claren
don as Lord l.ieu(enant of Ireland, in the case of Souier
ville versus Birch. which was decided in December la-t..
The history of that case is briefly this:? At the tiuiu of
the disturbances In Ireland, in HIS. Lord Clarendon paid
Birch, the editor <>f a Dublin paper ot very bad reputa
tion, called the IVoi-U, money nearly to the amount of
jt'.MM) to write articles in support of his government .
Itirch endeavored to extort more money, and sent in a
claim for jE.'i.'KX) additional, for supporting, as he* face
tiously expressed it. "law and order in the world for two
years.'' Lord Clarendon refused to pay the demind.
Birch brought an action against the Chief Secretary of
Ireland. Sir Win. Soinerville. Notwithstanding the de
nial of Lord Clarendon that he had anything to do with
Birch, it whs clearly proved that ho had. A compromise
was finally come to. Birch restituting certain letters he
had in his pomoMion.
Upon this discreditable case, the opposition hoped t >
turnout the government, of which Lord Clarendon is a
Lord Naas moved, last niglit: ?
That, in the opinion of the Home, the transactions which
appeared recently to have taken place between the Irish ko
vernmeut and Mr. Birch, editor ot the World, a Dublin news
paper, were of a nature to weaken the authority of tho e?
ecutive, aud t? rctleot discredit on the aduiiui itration ot" pub
lic affairs.
In a very aide and lucid, yet temperate speech, Lord
Nans detailed the whole elrcumstatces (i-iile London inorn
irg pape# of tho day. "JOth Fohruary) of the transaction
between tho Irish government aad Mr. Birch. Lord John
Russell defended bin colleague (Lord Clarendon) with
great wunnth ? ilid not deny the facts alleged, but pleaded
tho peculiar circumstances of Ireland a* a mitigation of
what ho said might be called an error of judgment, aud
concluded as follows : ?
And for my part, as a colleague of Lord Clarendon? a i one
who ha* esteemed hiin, and for many years lias loved him ?
1 am ready to place his character and Ids conduct iu the
hands of the Commons of England, and lain assured that
he will obtain justice in their decision.
Lord John resumed bis seat amidst Loud und coutiuued
Disraeli rose, after a pause, and. In his usual sarcastic
style, lashed the government. When he sat down, there
were cries of " Divide.'' Divide." Another pause fol
lowed. Two or three other members spoke, and then
1'nlmertdon rose to defeud Lord Clarendon, lie appears
to be more popular than over, and his rising wu.s the sig
nal for a burst of cheering from all sides
After a few words from Lord Naas. denyin? that he
meant a personal attack, the House divided, when the
numbers were?
For the motion 1:17
Against it 'J- l
* I ?? i U ? tx f ? . . ? ' *
The opjw?rttton. however. tlo uol yet d<ip?ir. un "ftiea
day next they purjjose another attempt to overthrow tli ?
government. on the Caffre war question and the recall of
Sir Hurry Smith.
I just hear that there i* iUwn?lun in the tory rank*
and that Ijord l>erliy anil Disraeli i Jo not pull well toge
gethcr. D israelii would like the Foreign Office, whic
ha* lieen promised to Sir Stratford Canning.
We may look forward to dissolution aud general elec
On Mondsiy. 10th. the government bill for organizint
the local militia was brought forward, and allowed almost
unanimously ? of course excepting ('olden, Ilutue &. Co. ?
to go into committee. The debate is of interest, as It
touches upon the present aspect of affairs on tho Conti
nent and the invasion question. A fleet of six men of war
ships of the line ? has arrived at the Cove of Cork, from
the Tugns. to cruize in the channel. Armament & are car
ried on on a large scale.
Louis Napoleon is. r think, rapidly advancing to his
downfall, lie is considerably annoyed ut the turn the
debate took on Monday night on the Local Militia bill,
and he issued the follow iug notification in tlie Mom/rut'.'?
When. In 1M*. tlo> nomination of Prince Louis Napoleon,
as 1'rei-ident of the RenobHo, wm in question. several
Kngll-li juurnal s, and the persons Interested In opfii'Miig
it, pretended that to place m Bonaparte at the tic a J or
France would he an act of defiance oast in the faee of
Europe, and they considered that election at the "i^nal of a
gem r?l war. Jt id uuw kuowa if tiiuaC fears liavu beeu
Since the 2d of December, It ii the *ami? system of calum
nies. The spirit of party aud Iguorsnee has conspired to
accredit them. The most absurd suppositions have bsen
accredited. At one time, it is demands mado npon neigh
boring States, in an almost threatening tone: at anotker, it
is preparations of war ; and the foreign correspondences, by
the aid of andsi Inns falsehoods, present our situation in en
tirely an inuoiiuary point oT view. Tlmn, whh h in ordinary
eases does sufficiently prompt Instice to malevolence and
stupidity, appears, on this occasion, on the en trar.v. to nit
couraire them. false claims are Mattered mete than c\ r,
projects uf in ra^don arc supposed. and our regiments are
spoken of as being ready, and on the point of passing the
frontiers. To this is to l>e attributed He1 injury done to
credit, ami the ruinous obstacles |>1 a ? ?<i In the way of tho re
sumption <>f affairs.
Nevertheless, since the 2d of December, the French govern
ment has addressed no sort of demand to foreign power', if
it be n>'t to Belgium, in order that that power should pre
vent the organisation in its territory of a system of inccs
sant attacks. It Ims not armed one additional soldier; it
has not even passed a general review ; in short, it has done
nothing that conld raise the slightest susceptibility among
our neighbors. All the views of the government in Franco
are turned towards interior ameliorations. Unjust attacks
cannot move it. It will not leave its attitude of calmness
till the national honor and dignity fhall have heen attacked*
Its attitude has not teased for a moment from being
pacific; and any news which tends to represent it un ior
another aspect i? a gross fable, t which, after so formal
a contradiction, there remain' nothing to '>? ofiered but
Of course, hero in Kngland. no weight i? at tar' lied to
any assertion Louis Napoleon may make . the more so.
as letters from Switzerland announce that lc ha- ad
dressed notes to tho Swiss Federal Diet, of a very impe
rious nature, at which tlio President of tint Swisj Diet,
M. Purrer publicly expressed his indgnation.
Believe uie. we are drawing near some momentous
crisis in the affairs of Kurope.
There is little stirriug in Germany. Prussia is arming;
Belgium is alarmeti.
Disturbances on the northwest frontier of India ha I
ceased. Lagos, in tie' (iulf of Benin, on tho African
coast, has been atormed nnd destroyed by our African
squadron, with the loss cf eighty -four men killed ami
There has been a very active lmslne^ transacted In
American State stocks the pr?<eent week. Annexed arc
tlie quotations
t nitcd States Kive per Cent Donds (1832).. 00t<f a 01,'%'
Ditto Six per Cent Ilonds (lStii) lO'J a 103
Ditto Six per Cent Bonds (ISO*) .11(1 it (MM
Ditto Six per Cent Stock (1807-1868) 107 a IttS
Ditto Six per Cent Stock ( IStM) 101 a lui
New York State Five per Cents (18M-1860) 01 i> 05
Pennsylvania Kite per Cent Stock 81 a Wj
Ohio Six per Cent Stock (18'i0) 03 a ?
Ditto Six per Cent Stock (I860) ...101 a 101
Ditto Six per Cent (1870-1875) lO-i a lO'J
Massacham Its Five per Cent Sterling Bonds
(1WS) 100 ti 100^
Maryland tflTf per Cent Sterling Bonds ... . 8'' a. oo
Virginia Six per Cent (1876) Wl it 04
Ditto Six per Cent llond* (1886) 07 a ~
Tennessee .Six per Cents (1810) 01 # 02
Canada Six per Cent Ilonds (1874) 100 a lo7
Ditto Six per Cent Scrip 4 premium
Boston five per ('cuts (18A8-1MR) Pi * M
Montreal Six per Cents (18C5) 82 a 8.'i
i'hltadcipliia ami Heading Railroad Six per
Cent Mortgage Bondit (I860) 74 s 71
H has n t in >i ry cold licre.
Our Pui-H Carrmpontlcnrr.
Psgts, February 1!?. 1 V.'.
Th Mt nltfiy Prinet ('imdc?The Orltant h'nmi/y ./ 1 ii ltd
a ? 'nr^?TSe Elertioni and f'ondii{atr*~TI>t Pvrii
H i , v (/ Offi en* ? JlMitim qf all Ihf Salunml /'
iii'. r.,r nt thaw initiluttd Ay Sapi/< m*? To'ut Dritrip tU) n
Ij thn f'lvnim if the /'r>?s ty thf Tyrant ? out
CrvfltV ? I'ro/ 'Mr Tf'or brtnrrn fVlNM n iA BfiiUnm arid
/vflffW ? Mr- ttiii and IuiUati Prfit^rr ? gujnM to .7-o ? i
Hvhibwt o/ lhnlrn?-lirnfxiblc f'l/.-npr/m J $ ' i,
I its.'ijfnw of 'i Gmttort l 'l*ft?Syctyphnn yi\ftli ' Frf&h
Pc pif fo the ^WfW if ? .1 b- t<rmi Rgyjit
o> d th' '' rtr ? Thr Skm Llemenrit (Ac Tyrant?
JNi'tin ifwif's Fimtff
The lendin t pic i r the w?ek Ins b. "n the news that
the Dnke of Rohan b.vs the intention to hircth-' i ial (
the Prince of Com'* ^ * Ii i *n found i mil iu his r?otu,
rr?D(jl d,) rcTUcd, tito wiegatjgh ttaat u? Mi u /.
committed tuici4c. but had b*u murdered by (iwi*
PWbPK1' influeooo. This Iim ntntMl much MmUoa in
the Orleauist circlet ; and tho fricuda of tho d'Orleau*
family have replied, tliat if any attempt of the kind were
ever mail*, tin y would appeal to public opinion against
such a slander. and *lso publicly accuse the Duke of
Rohan of haiiug been tho accomplice of rieschi. the
murderer, who attempted to shoot Loni* Philippe, and
only succeeded In ."hooting seyerni of the most illustrious
officers of Franc The part taken by tho Dukrt of Rohan
in that disgraceful attempt to murder, was well known
at the time, but, on ucoount of Mm rank which he oc
cupied in the nobility of Franca, ha wan spared bv the
generous old King, anil allowed to leave France. without
being even mentioned on the trial, (t appears that this
generosity wiut not much appreciated by the l)uke, fur In
thought proper, ul tho I Of tig at am ot tho enemies of tin*
d 'Orleans fbunljr, to attempt the d ^relation or LouU
Philippe's memory It hi< be.-n published In somi
papers, that all that report wm a liuioiuig. ami that
uuthiug i>f the kind had been ever thought of liy tha
Duke. Tills in all very well; but it w?.< a fact, .in, I T ovon
think that nothing but tho tine and epoch of It* begin
ning httTo lieen changed In the programme. Wo shall *eo
how thin scandal will Im> brought before tho public.
The elections and the caudldstes to lie chosen have
been also the lcs'ling topic* of the we k Kvery morning,
some new namcwi have been published and tlv ir appe ir
anoe before the public hnl caused, for the most of tnem,
un unavoidable u.-lnnishmcnt and .surprise. I could, it' I
would, give here many uainos of candidates who were the
warmest republican* two months a^o. and whu now have
t urued their heads. like true wualUoroook.s. and acoaptnd
t!io now government, as if it were the sofritmode of govern
ing the French people. O temjwra Q mortt A m nig
the "funniest '' cau'lidateafor the election to tlioKegii
lative Assembly. I wiii mention M. Veron. the publisher
of tho Cmntitntimiiifl. whose intention i.s to be elected at
Scenux, a suburb it' Paris. Many jokes have already
been made ou ibis pretence of the quack doctor? ?>x
manager i 'f the (Ipem. c x-iuvcutor of tho Pato Kegnnult,
anil other tunny remedies. But no matter ; hn will suc
ceed und beeome one of tho graudeo* of tho court of
Louis Napoleon.
The l'rince I'reHident is busily engaged in forming his
niaimni. as it was culled durin g the reign of his uncle, and
alno during the period of Charles X.. an I hi.s preilcoessnf.
Louis XVIII. llis .sialF of offlc'TB hu* been augmented
and is now formed of the following per.'MU.: ? tleneral of
Division, Roguet; UcneraLs of Brigade, Uaurobcrt. Jo Uoy
' n. de t'ottr. i|e Mnntchcllo; < 'olonols, Kspinaase, de Loiir
iin l. Rilgnrd Ney. de Beville. Vnudrey und Lieutenant
< oloml Floury Many other officers of ordnauoo liave
been selected. either in tiin navy, or the cavalry and in
fantry. and will bo added to the present li.st.
The chasing equipage of the President will also lie
constituted on lh- f( siting of that of his uncle, und with
in a short time the whole li.st of tho new employees will
be published in the Mmiteur.
A decree annihilating all the festivals which were called
national? as. for instance, that of the -'4th of February
and May 1. 1848. which were anniversaries of the present
republic ? bus also appeared in the Mouilrur. and created
much astonishment. The only frtt whlrh will be oele
bratrd for the future, will lie that of the loth of August,
wliieli it -will he remembered, Is that of Napoleon
The words Uriiubliij ite Franralst, whieh were painted on
tho haps of the army, have lieeu changed for merely tho
initials of thuw two words It. F., (which will mean, wiys
a wag. royal force); and will be accompanied ?iy tnu
enumeration of all tho illustrious battles at which the
heroes of cach regiment have lieen present. This is a
gwal plan; but it has for its object to lie a little too much
of the ?? particular," and though it wilt raise the emula
tion of the regiments which had no occasion to gaiu glory,
il will also raise the pride of those regiments who will
have a long list painted on their standards
'1 he law on the regulation of the prew of France bus.
at last, made its appearance in the Monitrur; and sll
belonging to the profession have perused each article
with the utmost attention. No doubt the IIkiki.d will
publish the document in its columns, and then my read
ers will see that the new law is n sort of slavery, which
has no precedent in a free country, and which will in
crease more than diminish the strength of this great und
invincible power, which has so often overturned more
strongly n.tabHshed government J The press, when
oppressed, i.s like steam compressed in a boilur;
it must come out. aud it does come out. by
bursting up and making a terrific explosion, which
very often lias for its effect the destruction of everything
in the place when' the ??accident" takes place 1 will
nientiou. among the numerous articles of tbis law. the
rigid kept in its hands of Die goveruineut to slop the
publication of a newspaper according to its own pleasure,
which is to -uin n man in his enterprise, without giving
llim any m< ins to have his rights ascertained by a jury ?
for the' trials for the libels or crimes of the press, will
only bo brought before the tribuuals of the government.
There is also an article relative to the admission o
foreign papers, which is worth being mentioned. It ap
ix' siilijc ted to tmi'W'F
Fniib-e. r offtn ino; tbe 1T-haij>, >rtiti.n cost* two emits,
and three cents postage over the Atlantic, will be suljjeet
ed ton duty of one cent, anil will In- paid for at si\ '
cents each copy by the person who receives it in I'urli.
Never has such a terribio price liern paid for % sheet ..i
paper. Well, there is n means to prevent thn propoxa
te ii of news and intelligence, and it is employed by
those who have interest to repress the liberty of thinking.
Many other comnn nts could be made on the new law on
the press; but Mr. Ilennett will do it far better than I
can I will add but a f< w words to tbis long puragraph.
Alter the nm/> il'rlal of the 'Jd of December, tile newsboys
bed been allowed to sell the papers in the street*. It was
then the interest of Louis Napoleon to allow the propaga
tion of all tho decrees and innovations he was daily pro
ducing: but now that he thinks that he has no need of
such publicity, he lias ordered tho Prelect of Police to
sto|i the snle of the newspapers; Mild the poor men and
?i men who lived by such a profession, have been obliged
to sock for other employment ; and Hod only knows how
dirpeult it is. now-a-d?ys. to tind a situation.
The rumor of a war between France and Delirium,
despite the denial whieh lias lieeu given to it in the
Trench papers, is still afloat, and acquires every day
more strength than ever. 1 am told by a person who is
quite well informed, that, the l'rince President has the
i >b.' tinacy to desire to reintegrate llelgium under tho pro
tection of Trance for he still remembers that, under the
reign of bis uncle, that part of Korope was a French de
I nrlment. and was called Sumhrv. et Mm*. A decree,
whieh says ? that Belgium is no lougera possession of
K i ii>r Leopold, but of France, and tli;it It must be rc
pla< id under its dominion," js ready in tho portfeuiUrt of
the President, and it will appear as soon as there shall
be an opportunity For the present, bonis Napoleon ha*
written to l,eopi Id requesting him to destroy the Water
loo monument, and the lion of Kngiand which is upon it.
As n matter of course, the poverument ofOreit itritain
*viii oppi M this measure. We rhall n o what will come of
that affair.
'I b" ili uisnd of tlii" French government on Switzerland
and Piedmont, to turn out tmm tin ir territory all the
refugees who are still remaining there, is tho cause of
much trouble iu these two countries. France Ls mis
tainul in that affair by F.ngland and Austria, and no
doubt the two governments which sre neighbors of the
l'rtuch trot it ier.-, w ill lie forced to submit to the order.) of
I.ouiit Napoleon. There has been already made an ar
rsinp'inent by w hich no rofugi-e will he allowed to |wss
thrvn^h ^w itxi rland on bis way to England, if he have
uot iu his p"-session Kiifflei. iit no ?n< to iy his travelling
Cxpen-e*? thatis to ay. -Jtstfr.inc< nt |en-t. Alin ! nil tin*
unfovtnuate political exiles will soon bo in the most piti
ful position, trackcd like wild animal'), and having for
their only ritugi- the l uitcd State* I have been told
tha' Mav.itini i? ? n the ? ve of departing from Kngiami for
>iw York, with alioiit six hundred inhabitant* of l,oui
inrdy. who, having no means to live in their country,
l ;.v resolved to emigrate and go to America? or the land
of the free. If tbis report is true tlie government of
Wi hingtcn would have granted them a Urjxe part of a
territi ry on the left side of tho Mississippi, where they
would lay the foundation of #n Italian colony, whicu
i mild be i ailed New Lombardy. or perhaps New Italy
Fr< m Kadi u we have received tho Intelligence that on
account it the probabledestb of tho present Grand Duke.
Au?tria. despite t lie opposil Ion of Prussia has decided that
the se ootid don of the Urand Duke should rei>l*ce Ids
father, notwithstanding tlie right of the tlrst son. who.
I>ciiig i f ii very quoerstnte of mind ? nearly Insane ? would
ri t tie placed on the throne Tills Bndeu question is Hie
nin e ot much talk in the diplomatic circle*.
The lormnticn of a Herman fleet, which would tie as
much Prussian as Austrian, isalso creating much ?ensa
tii u among tho politics us. It appears that Austria is uc
gotisting for the sum of ten millions of kreutz:ers. ami
I'Tu^-i.i for double the amount. As it may be Men,
everything in Xnrope soema tsi announce a prosjiect of
war, niul it may come off at a very unforeseen moment.
In S pain the news of the recov* ry <?( tjui'cu Isabella I*
daily expected and looked fir, with the utmost, anxiety
both i n this side of the Pyrenees :>nd on tlie other. The
murderer of tliat harmless princess bus been "garniteil "
us I n ported in my last letter, ?ud his Isidy burnt by tin
jiand ol the executioner. 'I lie dagger itself, with which !
be committed the deed, was broken into pieces and thrown i
into the tin*. This I consider to be a greet loss for it |
v, i li have b-'en ,i very curious thing to kis-p In a muse
i in. is I.s the kuife with which I'avnlllac stabbed King
Henry the IV of France, in tlm Museum of Artillery in '
I'nrb Quei n I labslla lias decided that the myal cloak she ,
w< re i n the da.f Of her attempted aasassinntiou byMeriivv, !
In old 's' ent to the chapel of Our luuly of Atoclia, a" an i
u M in. niul Hint an annual nuM shall iw> in?tltutoil in |
mmi' ry of her having been saved by the power of tho ,
lb . Niiu'in In Paris, the Spanish Ambassador. Donoso ?
Cortes. Duke of Valdcgamas. onien-il n Te Denni to
taki- pi .. o in the church ef la Madeleine, in order to |
i li the Almighty f- r Irs ( n trcti 'I in fivr of tlm
t;i ? ii. Tiiii ceremony, whit li was attenibil by ill the
0 i ici.tic ?" rj i of Paris attracted an imtn n e numlx-r
? t | -i i '??. niul it c.- limed tlf t of i n.ii ional/Ws.
1 ri m i his t'net, one uiny d- i evidence that riy.'il
prim pic arc much more In fit i or in Franco llianrep ib
in F.i't't. the Vleeroj |Ahh-' s, i'? i?vw is much annoyed .
I \ he . i ii-ii ii taki ii 1 v the SuMim" Port", wlii -li w >uld j
I pi. vi nt hit n for the fnturs Wououncing sentence of death
111 I nl. Ill jeets, w.: bout I- eg previously authorised io
I i ..ri! the orandtultna, 'lliis as a matter of c.twirw
v. '1 l,e tlie cause i f t" ? much liMtlsa Mnong tho
! ipiiiii end this Abbas Hasliaw has exiK??'d to the
liijilomalic agents of all nationa residing in Kgypt. old
Im- n que t< il tlieui to remonstrate with Mui t / Mi- Sultan
t.f ! i, key ntid slaw him tlmt. In ca ? IjeshouldparW ro.
he v no I ruin for evr thn resp. it f.,r t'l ? T rW i
d in nicn in that i arc; pfWVtace of the SuMimu Porte
I v iil l nrli tb! letter Iy m-nt loibig a few ; ? '
itim .wl ' b ?rs worth boii>(f knawtttmdsi a proi * ii it
j i i i - ? *s - -?! itiv? to the i-Y? b>. 's ii- t . ? n w i.c^c 1 ?
of tJ.e gos . Mcsut aii.iu^ ? '?wiiii I be tlumut /"of
I ^ij-t.ci t? Ki-. f -lit; ^ IU w ?*?'/ ?**
I cooed to fatth or t* exile, and a few of them are ?H free;
but their number U no small that It ia not an - object. "
Thin I mention, not precisely to crlliclw the l*reeld?nt on
hl? illoviiif to I to turned out of Prance uian who u* the
oneiniew ol their country, but to show thai to J > and i >
say" arc two different tiling
Ttio family of M. Murat. alia.) Prinoe Mural livs
beco enlarged by the blrlb of a boy, who wait christened
in the chapel of the Kly.*ee. by thi? < lLi|>iain having for
godfather and godmother I'rince laiuis Napoleon and
PnaotM Mathible. II. II. II.
The New Prrw Law of Prance.
The following is the law relative to the press, at it ap
|xnrn in tho A/t mittvr of the 18th ult .
ciurrr.a i. ? prfximinahv authorization and caution
Art 1. ? No journal or periodical publication relating to
political subjects or aocial economy, and appearing either
regularly, on fixed days. or in in numbers and irregularly,
ran be started or published without the previous author
ization of the government i?ucli authorisation ran bn
arrrrded only to a French subject who hw passed bin ma
jority. and who la in the enjoyment of his civil and poli
tlcul right*. The prdiiuiuary authoriiation of the go
vt rniiient will be likewise nn es.sury whenever any oliauge
U effected in the ptrmmel of the gornnt, chief editor pru
|>ri( ton*, or administrator* of a journal
Art. 2 ? Journals on political matters or on aocial eco
nomy, published in foreign countrieH. cannot rlrnulate in
Frauce utiles* with the authorization of the governm >nt.
Any person introducing or distributing a foreign journal.
th? circulation of which shall not have been authorised,
plliill be puni.-licd by an imprisonment of from one mouth
to one yi ar. and a Hue of from lOOf to 5,OUOf.
Art. ;t. ? The proprietors of any journal or periodidioal
publication, treating of political matters or of social eco
nomy, are required before its publication to pay into the
treasury a caution money in cash fur which in toreat will
be paid at the usual rate allowed in such matters
Art. 4 ? For the departments of tha Heine, the Selns
?t-Olso. tho Meino-et-M irne anil Hi > llh me, the caution
money in regulated as follows: ? If tho journal or periodi
cal work appears more than three times a week, either on
fixed days, or in irregular nuniltcrs. t ho caution money
will be .VlWIf ; and if the publication takes place only
three times a week or at more distant intervals, ;pi.ooof
In towns of 00.000 souls and upwards, th? caution money
ol journals or pcrlislical publications, appeariug more
tliiin throe times a week, will be lift OOOf. In other towns it
will bo 1 ,'i OOOf. ; and respectively one half of thrato two
sums for journals or periodical writings ap|>earing only
three t-un s a week, or at more distant intervals
Art. 5 ? Ail publications of a journal or periodical
work, without previous authorisation or without thu pay
ment of caution money. or without the whole of the re
quired caution money beiug paid up, .shuil ls> punished
l>y a fin* of from lOOf. to 2.000f for each numlxT pub
lished in contravention and an imprisonment of from
< tie uiouth to two years. The person publishing such
journal or periodical wor!c. and the printer, shall l>e c>n
j"'ntly responsible; and the journal or periodical publi
cation in questiou shall eea.se to appear
t IIAPir.ll II ? Till iTAMPOK .IO0 R.N A LV
Art. fi. ? Journals or p< rlodlcul publications and perio
dical collections of political engraving* or lithographic
plates. of less than ton sheets of from Iwcnty-tive to tiiir
ly-two decimetres squars, or of lesa than live sheets, or
from fifty to seventy-two decimetres .square, shall bo sub
jected to a stamp duty That duty xhall be 0 centimes
f< r cur h f-htet of seventy -two decimetre* Hquare and un
der, in the departments i f the fH-iiie and the Seine-et
Oi-e; and " centiiui s for journals, engravings, and perio
dical works puMi-h. d elsewhere. For each fruition above
ton decimetre* square and under. 1>? centimes shall Is
levied in the departments of tho Seine and the Seinc-et
, Oise, and 1 oeniime everywhere else Thi? supplement*
of I lie official journal, whatever may be their number are
exempt from stamp duty
Art. 7. ? An allowance of one per cent on the stamp du
ty shall be made to the publishers of journal* or periodi
cal works, for spoiled copies.
Art. ft. ? The stamp duty imposed by I lie present law
shall be applicable to journal* and periodical works pub
lished in forcigu countries, unless in case of diplomatic
arrangements to the cunt rary A regulation of tho pub
lie administration will det> inline the mode of levying this
Ai t 0. ? No periodical works treating of political mat
ters or of social economy, which arc not lit present in
course of publication, or which, previous to the present
In w, have not become public property, if they are pub
li. In d ill one or several numbers, hn v in;; less than ton
leaves of impression of from 2a to ;>J drounetres si|iiarc.
shall subjected to a stani|> duty of Tie. per slutet. There
rhall lie levied 1 ,'j'c. for each fraction above 10 decimetres
square and under. This provision is applicable to non
periodical works published in foreign countries. They
; hall, on importation be subjected to the stamp duty im
pn'od en those published in France.
Art. 10.? -The heads of the registration office and the of
fi< pis of the public force are authorised to seize such
journals or publications as may be iu contravention o
the present enactments concerning the stamp duly. They
are required to make di-ciaratiou of such seizure by a pro
ces-vcrbal. which is to lie signified to the offending par
ties within a delay of three days.
A.* 11 Vm.h ??lrar?i>Mna nt 111. wlonib uTIIII!
pV'WHt lew. for jnwrwela. en(Tavlnr?. or periodical writ
ings. sliaM lie punished, indepoiiileniiy of the restitution
of the duties held lisek by a tlup of 6Qt per (beet, or fra'
tion of sheet, without stamp, and of loot in case of rope
til ion of the offence. The Hue cannot, iu its totality, ex
ceed the amount of the caution money. For other publi
calbns. ench contravention shall lie punished, indepen
dently of the restitution of the duties held back, by a line
equal to the double of the said amount of duty. Thut
fine cannot. In any case, be inferior to AWf . nor exceed
in lis totality fio.OOOf.
Art. 1'J.? The recovery of the stamp duty and of the
fines for contravention shall lie effected in confuruiity
with Art 70 of the law < f ,\|tril 'J8. 1S1U.
Art. IU.? In addition to the stamp duty fixed by the
present law, tho tariff* existing anteriorly to the law of
.Inly I'). 1860. for the transiiort of journals aud other pub
licut ions by the post oftice, sre re-established '
CHAril R in ? OKI i:ni;? s ani? con tiiavkintiqns NOT PRO
TIO.K or JI IIOMIMS ? Rlolll ">l SI sri N.lluN A.MJ 81 PPRI.N- I
Art 1 ?.?? Kvery contravention if Art . 42 of the constitu
tion. relative to the publication of the official reporta of
the Mttings > f the lexidutne body. <ihnU be punished
with a flue of from 1 iKHif. to fl.OOOf.
Art. l."i. ? The publb at ion or rrprwluctiiittof false new*,
of dot I'uu nl - hliriMtnl. falsified. or falsely attribute*! to
third parties. tdiail be puttifihed with a flue of from fiOf. ?
to 1 OOOf. i! the publication or reproduction Ik made j
with intentional tad faith. ? r if It i s of a nature to trouble j
the public peace Hie shall be au imprisonment of .
from one mouth to one year, and a flue of from 600f. to
1 Utittfir. The maximum of penalty shall be applied, if the i
publication or reproduction in at tho Maine time of a ua- !
I ure to trouble t ho public peace, and made with inten
tion:!! bad faith
Ait. 16. ? It in interdicted to nlvc any account of tho alt*
tlnRs of the Senate, other than the reproduction of the
articles inserted in the official journul It is interdicted
to i v. any account > f the private .sittings ? ?f the Oouticil
ot Mate.
Art. 17.? It in forbidden to publish any report Of trial h
for press r.lVi nci ?<. 'J lie case can he merely mentioned
in all ensee, the judgment can be published. Inallaf*
fii ir- civil corn et ual. or criminul. the courts of law can t
prohibit the publication of the proceeding. This int. j- |
unction I* not to apply to the judf<tneut. which may be j
ulwi)j\? niade public
Ait. IS. ? Any violation of the dispositions of Article* Id I
Slid 17 of the present law rhnll be puiii-dicd by a tine of I
l'r< in (101. to '> OOtlf. without prejudice to the |iennlti< ???> '
prom nnccd by the law, if the report I* unfaithful ami j
de.?'gnedly incorrect.
Art. in ? Kirljr (jrtml (hall be bound to insert at the
In : il of the j"uriiiil official document*. autlieol ic relations,
Information replies, and rectifications which maybe od
dree ed to biiu by any public authority. The publication
Inuct take place in the next number of the joiiiii.il which
may appear after the reception of tie- documents, The
Itiyeltion r bull be gratuitous In case of infraction, of.
fcmlcrsthali 1"' puuidit d by a Hue of from ,V?f t" 1 ooot I
lb-sides, the journal may be suspended l.j adtnlni strative |
authority, during a period not exceeding fifteen dayi;it
lie oul- idc.
Art. ? If the publication of a journal or periodical ?
under suppression. or administrative or judicial suspen- |
ion. chall ls> continued under the mime title, or under a I
i Isguhcd title, the authors, gtrimtt, or printer*. shall be i
ontl< mn< d to frotn a month to two yean' imprisonment. |
and jointly to a tine ot from GOQf. to .1 0<Wf tor each uuiu
ler or -lie* t published in contravention
Alt. "J1 ? The publication of any arti' le treating of po
II ileal mat tern or social econoiny and emanating Anna a !
I cr-on condemned to a pthi' nffhetirt ft infamatUt, or injri
mtti'it only, ic Interacted. Publisher*, ?*ranfi, and print
? r?, who may have taken part In the publication. -ln?ll b<)
Jointly condemned to a Uue ot from l.tWOf. to iVuoof I
Art 'i: ? No drawing engraving*, lithographs medals
ritlts or emblems. o( whatever nature or kiml they may
be can be published, exhibited, or offered for sale wtih- j
cot the previous authorization of tho Minister of Police |
at Parle, or of the prefects in tlie department s. In ca??>
of contravention. the drawing*. engravings lithograph' I
medal.?. prints. 1 1 emblems, may Im- confiscated; and thoee j
who mar have published them dull I" condemned ti>
tn m one month'* t<> a year's Imprl tonw ut. and to a Hue
<ii in in !<<>t to l.iKKtf
Art. t.i ? .ludic in! advertisement? rciulmlby the laws
ft.r the validity or publicity of proceedings or contracts
? hall be Inserted undsr the pinalty of uullity of in?cr
tb n In the journal or journal* ? >f the wrron ii -?ment
which chall be dealgnatcd every yefu by the prefect In
taee there ball (?? no j< urnal in thi arr"ndi.~<etiien' the
prefect -ball ih-siguati' one or ?evral jonmala in the le
partnunt. The prefect chuD, at tb'' aame time, rcgnlai?
the tarilf of advert'e i mi ut ?<
Art. *1 ? An* p? r-ani who earric on lh?' :-tellin(f
trade without heviiu* obtaimni the licence le jiiirc. bv
Art 11 Ot 1 he law of the 2d Oct Ikt 1M? -luilllie put
i^iii 'I by from one n" nili two ^ carK' Imprl ooiuent md
by a flue o| fr tit I1' ?' r. t' 2 i*tlfr. II"- . 'aUudlut ill ]
t had Ik c|o i d
Art 26. Pro-cciitlon-i ?iiall lake plaoe V-t'orw th?> trilMi
nu1 - ( f Comet i oak t'1 i'1 e for ? 1. otletinv eoiniuittod by
ntrana i t u i priv? < r unj other meaim of public, tion
incntii iicd in Art 1 of the liHTof the 17lh day ISI!i. uiat I
wli'.hw re ref. uiai bj" previoni b?w? to fh<- jiiri-.tiction
of theC'i ft* "t Awln . 'i "I tile t-r?-s. ,
provtdi<l f"#J'y pteffatts la?': a, olWucun aud ?"titruvcti j
lions .?ct i rth by the present law
Art -The eppeals fr mjadirinentu sfircn by the Oor- j
r> ? 'i' ual tribunal on oSenc * eoiamitted by uvea us of lb.'
pn--j> ball la carried djn et, without regard to any local ,
1 il cli' M U'twic.'i I tt tribuiial l, b t'"re Clw ' Vti'jfcat
i bamher ol the fourt ot Aid1" d ,
Art 'XI -I'ruecoutkmB hall Wteplaeo in Uiafrm-' unu
pel io I i pre ribed I , tb*' 'Mlc of 1 rtuniM1*! pr,>i:,c-?^io^/i
Ar' vH ? in no iwtiliill pRuif If witntMMksalauMai
to ctitahllnh tha truth of ia-iulUn,{ -c daftuaatory ?v>'
KA V-? Wiili^tkrei l'y<f^tMjudy>4??i\()t4*4
DHifddKiMnn of condemnation for ty on.
trarention of the prrwn the ^rrmt of tho journal rnnrt
tcquit tbt amount of OMMtouiuatioiM which lie may km
Incurred. or for wlilch hi- may l*< riwponeiUo In cant at
appeal to the Court of (!a<<Aatimi tlx- n mount of the nan
U ruination* i- lull I >10 deponited within tlur wnw period
Art. :M) ? The depositor payment prow rOn-d I.j the prti
redlntf article chill Ih> eatsldUhed by duplicate rnreipta
delivered by the Knee i for do* Domainee Thi* r-orint
?hall Ik*, on tln> fourth day at tho latent, remitted to th?
Proourenr of the KopuUIr, who Khali giro an acknowledg
ment tor It.
Art .'il ? Tn ra?o tin* frrmt ,-linll not hi rn remitted Mm
receipt within tho porhxt aliove fined, the Journal 4ud
ceaae to appear, under pain of tho penalties j>ec?icribod bf
art. ft of tho pnvent law
Art .'12, ? A condcin nation for crime committed by mmim
Of 1 ho pro<m. or two condemnation* for nfftneM or contra
vention* committed within tho period of two yean. 4ul
of lull rii;ht cause tho *uppro**ion of tho journal of which
tho gnvnli may havo bceu condemned. After a ooadena
nation pronounced for contravention or offence of th?
preen aKainnt the rwpouplhle editor of a journal, the go
vernment line lliu power, during tho two mouth* will ah
may follow ,-ui h conjoin nation, of pronouncing either Ml*
ti mporaiy or jierinauciit HU?pv:n*lon of tho journal A
jonrtuil may lie nu.<pondel l?y ministerial decieion, ovbb
when it liae not been tho object of any condom nation, but
alter two formal notifications. and during a period whinfc
cannot exceed two months A journal mny Im Mippnivwd
ell hot after a judicial or ndmini*lralive HU/ponaioo. or by
inen.-nro ol general Mifely. but by a npc-cial decree of tba
l'rt>ideut ol the ItepuMie, published in ihn liullrlv 1 In
cnirrm it. ? tiiamitoiit ouipohiTiok*
Art .'U. ? The proprietor* of journal* or |K>litical peri
odical* actually existing, an ilir penned from the inOturi
cittion required by Art I of tho present law A delay of
two monlln i* accorded to complete their cintiuii-inoiwy.
At (lie expiration of tint period If the caution-money fe*
not c< mplcted and if tho publication oontinuoa, Art. 6 of
liio pr<>- lit Iiiw chall Im* applied.
Art. ."4. ?Tho dl>po.sithn.s of tho present law rrlitttra *?
l lie Ht'iinp on jouinuli mill pi 1 iodical.s .-hull only come into
1 lleet lioui tho l.-t March next The atamp duty an*
po?tn|;o on vubaeription* lundo before the promulgation of
Ihe pieoent luw shall bo reimbursed to tho proprietor* at
journal* or periodical*. Tho neceiwary demand* and proaCt
f-lttUI be made in tiio forms determined by tho re^idaUn?
of the . Tliirf exjMuiM- .shall Im? placed to the credit
1 .ft 'bap. i,X \ . of the Uuilgi-t of KinaticoA n-latin* to Mia
rvimhurM'iiiunU ou indirect proceed*.
Art :!?">. ? A di Icy of three months U accorded to obtehi
a Ixx-kwili r'* iici IV" to thnno who h?ve not obtained ono,
and who at present carry 011 the bookselling trade Aftnr
I lint delay, thiy cliall Im imlgect. if they continue their
triole. to tho iK-tultio* act (brth iu Art ^1) of the pmaunV
Art: HO. ? The peoM-nt law 'n not upplieablo to Algeria
and the colonies. Tho cIsuhi i of provioua laws, eontraapr
to tho prt-Hcnt ono, and e^pociaUy ArticlM 14 and IN of the
law of tho Kith July. 1H&0. are repealed
Art ">7. ? Tho Minister* are chargi-d, each in whU OMi
certis him, with tho execution of tho proaeut d<-?na>.
Hi veu ut the Palace of tho Tullerio*, the 17th VrbrntBf,
18 . -j. Ity 1 hi- Prendent,
X 10 I'inaiAM.-*, Minuter of Stale.
I Fran r?.
'I ho frock-coat is to lie continued. but the collar u to be
of the mmc blue as the coat anil closed with hooka m!
eye*. Ou each Hide of the collar arc to l>? placet
ornaments iu while embroidery. The cuff* are tobebtae^
like the collar, with a red binding. The buttona are to ha
white, with an eagle raided ou them; and the trnu^era era
to bear a red band at the sides. The epaulettes are te fee
white, and the shako of blue cloth, with wliite binding
ubove the obevroiis, of the tame form and color u Mum
now in tine. It in to beur in front a white plate, with Ml*
number of the battalion marked on it, and an eagle. Vhe
haversack ls to bo of black leather, the a rut* and Ml*
now iu use being maintained.
'J he costuuio to be worn by throe honored with iavite
tirjH to the Tulleriefl is to be compoaed of a dreaa ooat
with buttona marked with an eagle; trousers with stripea
at the Hide. French hat with white or black plume, and
-word with gilt or silver hilt. Embroidery of gold, nllMr,
or blue or red silk, with olive. oak or palm leave* will aerr*
by Its variety to eetublisli a aerie* of difference between
the various corps and functionaries. The ik'naU i* te
lull i' palm or olire leave- embroidered in gold on the ?!?
Ur, cuffs, pockets, and breast; the coat Is to be border**,
every wherewith nn ornament of waving linen in CuM*
w hich characterizes the highest functions. Th? e^tfe on
the button is to be with outspread wiugs over an extend
ed mantle, calling to mind the .Senate and the ptttif*,
The l.oiidmi Chronicle 'Orrokpoiident s*/s ?I hare iamt
seeii accounts from the dlsturlx-d districts, which (fire a
very disheartening representation of the state of a akin in
u large district, comprising portions of JUonnghaa, Ar
magh and Louth, and state that the secret organisation
is gradually extending into Down and other eotintiat
The worst feature in the case is that ? formidable ooaa
binatlon exist* against the payment of rents, and suob fa
the state of alarm amongst landlords, that several of th<?
have given np ull notion of enforcing payment under BT*
s. nt circumstances. It is stated that the Presbyterian
t< nsntry. iu some localities, are offering a passive rsate
tance to rents, and the organization, with this object, ha#
nuelied an alarming height amongst the tenantry nne>
1 he IhiMrti Fit mint? Post mentions on uniiuestionaWa
antliority, tlisit ftomo of tin* llMiian Catholic rlorKjr, wl m*
had Income unpopular on account <.r inveighing again*!
secret societies and their Inevitable results, have been
served with notices to desist
The greatest activity prevails throughout Drury Una
Theatre in every department, to bring out Balfe's new
Opera Puinterw. rot<tiimers. carpeutcr* ? in fae.t. ali liaiUU
' ngiigcd upon the establishment ? art* on the im mix
there is everr reason to believe it will |,e r?ady tor pre
duction <01 the 3d of March Kach day rehearsals take
place, it will bo one of the largest successes we havelMdl
upon our stage for some years past.
Foreign Miscellany.
One effect of Kossuth's " .Harrinj;," s-iyi a
\ iennu letter of the 1 1th lilt . is that Hungary is almm*.
hermetically scaled against Knglishmen and Auierioaae.
i wo peaceably dlspoei ij travellers, oue of whom Ifchnipd
to ihe lulled states, have just been refused the n'se for
that country; and the lluugarians tiieuidcivtM lin-A It
? quuily dimcult to obtain a passport.
Mmiame <le Kotiebue, the widow of the celebrated
Kitaebue, who was assassinated by the student Hand, ?t
Manheim. died at Heidelberg on the r>th nil
'1 ho Count Henry V., of France, au?l ('nuntea*
t'hambord, were about leaving Vicuna on the llth ult. fur
\ euice.
The Duchew of Orleans l.us oddn ^*'<1 the follow
ing letter to the President, refusing the dotation of SCO..
OtiOf. pi r annum maintained to her in the d'-cree o?
Ja unary 2"Jd : ?
Monsieur? An I >lo not ni.-knriu leil^r y.^tir ri b t to nliindor
ni> -stiiiiy, neither Jo I a> knowledge yimr ri<<l!* to assign W?
uie a uoUti' U iu tins uauu of I'mii e. I refits* tlie iluwrf.
Hn i.>? D'Oii.um
Tlie Queen of Spain, n corrcs|xin?lont write*, it
better in hcullh. but her spirits are completely fallen, utl
but for Ihe energy of Queen ' hri tana fliero is good rw
si.u to trt-lievc sh" would atxlliate. for she has prmounoed
the word several times slnee her nt'overy, *ayins
will never bear to lead the ljf? of Louis Pltiljppo, and bs
ever on the |is?k out against Aibacete daggers You are
a war?> that there wss ? Cnrlist guerilla ohlef of no sinaff
irleliilty in the evil war. mined the Curate Murine.
W hen Queen Isabella was a child her attemliuiU weew
accustomed, when ihe was troward to say to her, ' Takw
enre. Isals llta. Curat" Merino ia coming ' On ivceirit^
the visit of one of her attendant'* of thst period, Uut
Queen raid. You see Margsret. Curate Merino tani<: at.
Mr. (Jrcen, the veteran aerial voyn/fer, retires thi*
reason from aerostlc punults lie luis m*de 4so *so#uK.
and intends eompleting tlie uumb'.-r vl V.sj doling Ui?
eusuiiig acasou.
Mr. Charles Mure, shlpbiiilder, of Filiiekwall, ha?
i bsllenged the American^ to run a vessel against any oas
that they can produce, lor a thousand guineas ? the toa
nage of the ship* to he tfigx .">0 to :ioo ton?
The court -martial, on th<s lHih ult., tried a *?l
dier numed Zlmtui rman. of the Oth regiment ?( Unotea,
in fc ii ri-on at tifaartrex for esriting to revolt against hie
superior*, a utl dUobedisnce to the l.iws. It wa.s provr<
tbat. on ihe occasion of tlie votu on the pUUtti ?, in |)n
< i niher. /immeriiiaii decUrcl that the vote was not fVer,
n? it took place in presence <4 (1k> oflieers and that, if it
?i re to he re-emmeneed. he would roto very ilitf. ri ntly,
or not at all lis addnt. thst If ttn r?? were several Die
in the raiment like him th? y w uld drive nwav tli? " "la
ne 1 and th? o Beers. The r. urt eond< ummhI bi'n to a
y i ar's imprl*onment. and to tb<- cost*.
The f.'nittrf tkrvirt Gazrfte dfcriluM a rilii [iiAiiu
faetured by Mr James Reatiie of l<otidon whi.-h baa
ranged, with a fal?e *lght. 2cJ-i yard*, it iu the pin
s' ?li>u of an officer at the ' .?pe.
The f 'rmiTirr i/? Hmff. >> ii tlv1 faith ef ABrirall
letter froaa I'ari- announee* n.< [switive that ft Is se
riously in contemplation at the Ministry of Kinsnce U?
s?l pre-s the duly on all n>v aatWial* u^l in the e??u
struetion of rteseb).
'J h? f'im*titutionu*l giws the tinnier, of no fewer
tb ? i eleven aids-de eamp win) liave just txs ii npi-olntotl
by the I'riu ?? 1'' 'Sident ior \iis o in pa-nmnnl a. rviec umI
other* are t - a4tM Tin1 I rinee President will h?
i-^ii s take orderly "tfle?.r? frotn nil Ui?> tinn.-'nw <A ?%<?
uni'iory -ervlve aud ftxim tlie t>avr
Tie Austrian jf<?vorno?int jwj^t - ?>y t ts f. trnd#
i beginning te revive, sad the eimfMence tb> ?,- u*
i-ts to return and tha". the effect.- of Uh* new tariff am
airvadT favorably f'it in the inimrer I'l Vh mpiltii
but tho^. praothal things, thw rt bangv ?ml nuotn
??? : the iun>L< vto >i'<l -flu t*< bear out U>- i.anr ?
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