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Matooare* Argv i of 3,1 Nor give* the foU>wtof Gold ? The rrie* [>n >m it ?3 10a M We extract the f. Cowing fruit LLyd'i Kxrtumfr Priom Ourrmt publiabrd tot Not , by M'liri. etoiihngiaw aad W1U. a:? Tbe f eat oaee-'ainM re?p*ct'Dg the reeult of the prop n*d char, ?m 'n tar it it 1 li Miof BM'on ?ooooBt far ttte uneattled h at* if tr?d* Tie *? ntemplated al te'?tio?.< ar* preri,ei? ea w* revlouilf turmieert Til , ?u additional riutji' 3- par pal"-* on aoirita, and 1? p?' galtoa ?a wit*; aid a doit < ?& p-r t una eager, and M-'p^r gallos on beer It may be aa well her* to a Ntt to the alugularly aeo malcui character of thin aiarket. th>*r-? b?ii>< ue reguUrl tr of price; tb* aaiue artle'e will be frequently a >kl by difleraot merchant ? < n the sauie day varyiog io prioa fren fire ie fifteen per cut Too rna'k*ui here are alio aoted OB, and the rlee anl fall ia very rapM The Increaa* of th> r?'rnu? of New South Walaa, tor the quarter aart i of Sep i 30 l? ?91.318 Tbe only item of eh pping 1' tell (fence of moment which tub tela tie fol'nwUig ? Ibe ihip Kate rep>rt.e b> *??# ?"oken. on th* 8th Sep tember. iu latitude 31 rW 34 min. H . 1 mgitade 34 mla. 30 e*c. E the Unit, 4 Stat-* differ tchooner Panama, with da fai< ha frrm the ttita Ji* the ( hina expedition the tool apparently but It for t illing al'tte and frrm the numerout pjue u <m dtck it ivat ji resume* that the defatch mud tat* been <j import ancr [From 'be Panama Star. Jan & i We have far regular file* of the (Sydney Empire to the b a! October Tb? at*am*r Great Britain, which la'tod from Liverpool AafuMJl, aMfraJlt HtVMjUtyr tict. 10 Tbj# quantltto# comfigforeard Kiva brcn large, and the a^Hvalof tha Qrv at AriuOa hae induoaa many partial to " ? - Tha lanm d may he oonkered fa'r mirk*' rata*:? ? l d ? id Port Philip 3 17 0 ts 3 17 8 Or* an ? 3 10 9 to 3 17 8 haw Booth Watoi 3 14 9 to 8 16 8 Wlf DC iN, Auctioneer, 4c 427 George at net, Oct 'if*. 18f-S. M ABUTS. M*lbopkw* Goi d Cihcx'ur ? K*tu]u>xv Not 6 1853.? Th* Kcreaae In tb* pr a* uf Id a. ? *u in tied laat ?'ek, ha - coct nutd nntil it hif nao *d 76*. fld , at which it no ? i ? mains Sim. * ver- active demand existei far th* Balierat, wMcb ahip. b?leg a farorit*, haa takes a larger quantity then any ? ther aailleg thu year Oui rOiortii from ui" i iffceat fl?ld? ara 'hat Ben<*lgo ha rr<.uT*i*d i hi# wrrk ad **. pro J u cd th? uiuil aTerage; B?U?r?' ob the oonlnry hae alien off atari; one half, and a repetition i f U.t we-k'u narfl??ruem. in rigard to the way bill <( tb* Uolr^r aa ' (ioutburn e cort, baa takeo pl?ce Than on t?u eon-??f ^Ut i irlpe baa thin oocarred, H which may be "??peat"!, aalem pat a <tnp to by h* Ohi?' Grid Como Ui'oner or tbe Calsf CammUtloaer of Poll -* Tb* larger quantity of the produce of tbe Or*n< <r?H Held cull oJBlinoee to b? forwar'.ad to Hrdner, which, at tie price paid on tb? tie!, and lb* high escort fe*. oompaied with th* price qa ted in 4ydn*y, mi<t leave tha purchae'ri lo?*>> oy I hi trail itmciinn. A ooniidara abto mora or nub bm tak*n place fiom Reid and Spring creaka to th* BnOalo raDg>r;ba', like mint other la coctlderat* moTeiraiti lias tamed out to tb* dinap pototment of many A gect'eiaao juit arrlTfd from th* Oraae, iafprrin aa that numbe-e w-re already ra tnrBlrg to their old qoartira Withoat hoidm; out thU new disooTery an aDyihiog mure promiaiag than acme of tboa* lately reported, v* can not help drawing attention to the (a?t uf tie univar/ 'l ria^eraion of gold throughout Ihia highly favored col njr; >nd although th*>* diacoveriee ma; rot * irn out profltabl* to iadl Tidual *ntarpria- tberr is i o d' uht that befor* lorg their rich** will b* brought to light by combined capital and labor la thn? r??''dirg our t1mw? < f th? mndui np?r andt for the ultimate w >rkin< cf ih? gold fl*ld< of Viato ria, a* do aot for a mon-ent adroaa'e th* granting of leaeee of known g< Id field, which may have b*?B par < tiaJly varat*d froEi ti x etlec e cf iho eoaeoa, to pnblio eompaniea, inch aa in reputed to hare b?en done lately at Fiyar'a Creek, r.nie ?? eouaider an highly objection ? able, and apt to lead to unpleaeant re alia Mnmber of person- who hav? arrived la tbe colony during the week". 1,294 Number who have le't,,.. 894 Addition to oar population thia week 881 Oimcs Gold ahippad from Victoria in 18(3 3,047,073 Par Balaarat to Loadun 90,311 Total 2,137,984 Or 89 tona, 12 ewt. 1 qr 7 lb?. at 7 fie ?H, 017, 440 ExcHj.Mii 05 Losimi.v ? ii.-afta agaioat jold taken at on* per cent diec nnt f he tiaoKa a cance from iOn, to 00a. Cr ounoe Frelgbto' goM dnifverail ar the 3allloa Office, ndoa 4 >jd. per duiw Iriuraue*. tiro guineai par Ceat. EDWARD KSUlL, Bullioa Broker, 84 Graat GoIIIbi itreet. .?et t IIhhouuii WaoLK-an Vlicin CrR*?NT ? Saturday, Not. 6, 1863 ? Dnriog "lbejpre *?Dt. ??ka iarg* buaineae haa been don* la klalbonrne. Cartage to th* digging! haa fallen. A ?*r.? bua; aawoa ?? *xp?cted. and indeed haa actually aommaneed at F iraat Creek and Bilaarat, aad eoniUarabto irdera fcave >e*r reorlved from bath thai* gold He Ida. Although the advance in price) uaually ooo aaquent oa a brink demand baa been cheskad by large Importation! and laige atocki, there a a rii* In maaj ar ttolei aad tb* market penerally la decided If firmer. In boar, brandy, otbai tpiri'a, aad winea, icaroaly any ehanga can ba nr ted T_-re la aa tuiproved demand for champagne aad light winea, aad pricea f >r tbam hare aa Bpward lendency Tbe price of Hoar ii nit altered bat wheat la decidedly OB the rtie Tfrere la a large quantity of inferior Blur in thia market, atd tbe wheat ia wanted to grin 1 furmiiing. Oilmea'a itoiei are in go->d uemm 1. Fjr cheeee and BrorlaioBa generally there i? a fairiiqutry. Bacon atd Lava ieB readily, aho carboaate of * da aad tartar o aall Of ragar, aplcaa, and bull.Mng ma*etlala, large enppllei hive lately arrived from the ea?t, ant prise* are not im proved. Ia coffee tb* maiket ia Tariable, bat on the whole quo tatioae retrain much ;he ia tie. fee it rialng Tbe of a farther rleelathe ei chat gee, of thaecareiiy of r. oa*y, and of the inoretied Eric* in Ghlaa, haa mad* the aiarktt flrcuar. Th* itock i flrat band* la amall Hardware, well aaiorted. ia wanted Gunpowder FFF, to X lb oaniatere, white aud red toad, ilatea, ibeet iron, be I a, dried aad preserved froita, are all to damaad, and ?atotbla at the qaotatioai. NEW FRENCH SETTLEMENT. 8?lmr? of New Caledonia In the Pacific. The Sydney Herald of tb? 1st November has the fol lowing paragraph:? The French bare taken p>a?efiiioi. of tl>? beautiful rroup ealled New Caledonia. On tha 28 1 Sap amber, tbe Frwneh war steamer Phcqne arrived ibere from Tahiti. Tbe vowel U un<*er*u*Mi to b? under orders from tbe Co-nmani'er In Chief of tbe Sontb I'e?tfte station. The Jobs R M'lla<. an American trading bark, which arrived la Port Jackaoo J aatardar hu b-ooght ui two F ranch officer*; one of tbe in an officer belonging to the adminis tration, and the other ettacn?d to the a ?> >va French war iteamT, for the pnrpoee of purshasing auppl.es for tbe new Krticb se'iloiuenls Tfce American vetsel which baa been chartered for tbe purp'ue ami la only ten daia from New Caledrnla, will return immediately. H?r Majesty's abip Herald iu at tbe lale of l'inea oc tbe 28th Septem ber, all well New Caledonia U about nine hundred miles eaat of AoatraUa. It waa discovered by Cook, in 1774. I? la 260 nUeeloog and 70 milea wide Ita ohlef productions are yama and taaaa. Tbe nativea are mill, and very akllfol la tbe cultivation of tbe toil. Tbe Sydney Bermld of tke 2d of November glvia tbe following additional particulars of the saixate of New Caledonia ? TBS rW'CR IN NEW CALKDftKIA. The following aie the particulars whicn we hare beea enabled to glean raspec-in* the act of toe French govern ment in taking p<n?f*sien o' tbe ialand of Naw Caledonia and ita depeaaeacios It appears that tbe French Rear Admiral eommenfllng in lb* Sontb t'ac.Bc aailed from Tahiti in tbe at* am corvette Le PbcqQS, eesompanied by Mental ? aval iffiewrs and civilians. " un a craiae amoag the lalanda." Oa the '.ad of S-ptetnh?r the I'noqne arriv ed at N?w Caledonia, and on i tie 24 bthe A imlral landed at Made, and, hotaiiog the French flaj. formally took po'aeasion of the Ialeo.' rf N>w CaUdanla and ita depen dooclea" la the nam-* o* bia Imperial maiee'y, Napclaoa III., Emperor of the F;ench. A y roca vrbalo! tne ocoor reace waa imm-dlately drawn up, in ?b ca tbo Admiral ?tatee that be 'akra p<.<te?a,on of tbe i?lanls by order of Mi govern* eat, and oacl km them to re ? Franca colony Iron aor a tej tb- 24 'b of Sept* mber It wonld appear that toaxteualvs praparatlona had baea made foi t malntet anea of thn new station , hat Ad ail ral D? Poixtas ehartered the Amerir.au *>erk John H Mil lay, wbicb ha foaad :her* and daipa^hed h*r wita hl? Saoretary, M. De Terrier and M Amat an dm of the Phoqa* . te Sjiney t ? obtal i supplies aa ato aa on a Itrga male Wa are informed that > ft roe Freaoh frige'ea wore to fol'ow the rhoque, with troep* to Insuro the poa?ea loa of tb* Uland M De Parrie- brought a latter f om Rear Admiral Dee Polatse to II. iJenlit, 'tie<'..o-?l ->f Frniee at S;daey, re questing bis aaaUtann- and acviee la ontsmin* th- atorei required, and eccl aing a oop uf tbe frncn wrfoi If. Bsartia, Immediately i n re ? pt of this i ? (> ir'aat Intelli ganee, ?orwardai* a c pt < f ih? la-t name' d >eoma <ta to Bia RxoalVney tbe flawrnr General We bare reason to telisre that the ImmaliaU i>bj*et of Uh y ranch aoaari man' la to aatab Irh a i-nal aettlament on tbe Uland; bat onpled w in tbe ayatamatis axuin<lon of Freneb lifluan-a oter tha S.if aty laianda. 1 1? ?*omot >u Gr. ap, and the Marqneaw, tbla oacatrrnM uaaed a great impoi tasoe In a politl -al point of ? i?e, an ( la iadi eallre nf well aocalr'ered deaigna < n i be o*rt of tbe Fr? nsb Km i an. r We aba 1 rateio to 'he an >j?ct !??>?* at leugtb to-morrow, bnt we cannot refrain irdiu ai,>raeelng oar deep regret tint, h? tbe laxity of ita Brltlab gorwmaaat, notwt thataadlng tha reeeaud ard aarnear rwpreeentati as Wblck bare baea made to It, both fr>Mn tb* foveromaat vf tbe aoloay a ad ftntn eommaodera of Har Majesty 'a ??? salt wbo baea iMtaO and etpl.>rod tbe laiaoOs of tbe waatnra *aelt] durta^ the I eat faw years, as to (be lea mense importaara ?f Maw cal?4onia la refe-en?eto tbe Anat*alneian Oapsn aneias, tbe o >tnnoniiy of eolooialag that Bno groan haa b^.. !osv Tnat regret Is oafcaaewd V *5* eoaaldwra ton that after all ?nr atrogglas to P* of lb? wi h#rin? eurt* ? yoTlottom, tftir tbe Wt bar diflbrenee* which ha- arisen -wtwaan the eoio ?lea aid tbe mother eoantn har* hem, haupil ream ?iWd by tho'otal abaed?l.rr en> Oftracap irtatl a to I bene aboree, a eowTlot -a.t l.n en- ai. sM he r?r-.^l by a powarlal fO'aign natleo in wur immediate oa ^b .rhnod, and oa tbe high mad ?* ootnmnr wtion batw.en Aaa-ra Ita aed the important mart. > f oomtnaroe to oar north ward and eaatwera, China, Call.', roia, an< lb* vaaat ooaat of Amerlea la a eoaamwrrial pole' of *lew, the enloniiation of Naw aa by the French may app ar at fi-at >i4ht i to tae In areata of lbi< lit* . bat r-uou ac n i Isealirela ?->o 'a- > i ? ir p>-r ?n sad sinks Itoaaoa by tha side o' tbe m -ra a -atal aed te< attaebed to the ooenpa'lon -f ?aa I Macoa in tbe aelfla b? a rival oa and bjeete are ?o dlaaimilar. not ti say i wbie* haee or matt years b*?a sar tbe moat intell gent eolonista of 1 tbe mi ZaalaaA HEWS VBOM LOWES GiLBG&lIA. The Walker Fill bartering Expedition? News mt the Hexlua Tr?mty. The Aeplnwall Oiuriir of the 17th last gives the fol loving in form a tioa ? Lieutenant Saeeny, now of ths eeoond regiment of tbo I nited S ?t*H infantry, formerly of tbe New York Volun teers, Inform* on that wbea he left San Dingo, I ?ec. 31st, Col Walker bad received large reinforoom<?uta, aad was catrjiig ev?rythlng before blm? the previous aooounts inspecting bio baeit-g been closely proiaad, were sorrest. Pilor to the arrival o the reinforcement he waa penned op by a large ore* Lieutenant Hwe.nr also info-m? m tbat adfleeet) toe Slat alt from tie oi't of Maxloo, re oeited at Aeapnleo, confirms th? report we give el?e?her* leapseliog Gatadeo'a low irea'y Toe new republic will aooa be amoog the thirga tbat were. The Panama Star of I he 16th ioat. says: ? The Pastfle Mall 8 team hip Company's steamehlp Re public, Cap*. A. Mr Lane, ULexpentedly arrive! in port jeetei Jay moiaitg, having i ailed from 4au F aueUeo on tie arming of the 2? h ult We art indebted u> Puraer tiuan for the following par ticulate of tbo Republic's t, ip down : ? The 8t*ein>>Mp ' oapany'a ateamer Republic, Capt. A. McLane, railed Inn 'id Francisco with the way inaila an paeiesgers, on 'he Win ult., at two o'clock P II O a the Sisial'. aV ppedatSan Di?go andem'-arked fr?m New town the ormmitsUued end t<?u eotomi- tioned ullijtrs of tbe tecond regiment of Uni'td Statu Infantry, who are returning borne to meruit. A Tired at Actpuico at seven o'clock A M. on tbe 7th tut , the weather molera m. Do the> 7th lnet, at Sve o'clock P M , the Rams-y route expreaa messenger srnved a'. A ispuloo elth New Orlears datea to the 81at clt., Inclusive. A ramcr prevailed ia the city ? ( Mexico th tt Secti Aunt bad ssded Chihuahua, S<arra ard Lower California to tie Unite*! State* for 123,000,010 HEWS FKOM THE S0UTS PACIFIC. Another Revolution In Bolivia? Alao One la Peru-IIarlieti, die. [Front the Panama Star, Jan S J The s'eam psekot Bogota, Captain Htraonam, came to ber asol orsg* yeateiday, briogtng Jates fro? Valparaiso to tbe 16th and Item Callao t > the 2 th Daaember We regrtt to snnouncs that Purser Tbeopbtlae Good rtske, of tee Bogota, died ?a board that Teasel oa Toes day corning, and was burled at era Tbe Bagota bringa op the utual namber of pO'aengers, amopg whom we are glad to announce Captain Koorker, well known in this city aa. a wulle ag>, resided ageat here of the PaolfloS earn Navigation Company We wel oome bin back to o-r waters. Tbe news from Cbill p istitti no iateiest whatever. The government brig of wax AnouO had been auooaaifulty launch- d at Valparalao. During tbe fortnight etdlng December 14 business ia Valparaiso had been unusualiy dull, and fore go arrivals bad been but few In freights the business doie had been fatr; aad al though the Luoib'r of vessels fur oharter continue* aa u'ualiy limited, tbe wants do not appear to be greater thaD the enpply, and rates have aot experienced any ma terial ch <nge Frrm the McntajTfi dt. lima we iraotlate tie following: " From reliable commuuicatior a reoelved from Bolivia, aiettfr revolution bad broken out ia that republic It commenced at L* Pat, aad has eztinded through to Sucte, Po'oel. Santa Crux ard Tarija, agaiost the aamla ie'ration of Gen Belzu who precipitately left the oapi til with abatalllon of Infantry and a few oavaliy to sup press the on 'break. The reroluilonists bave appointed other ohiers to tako charge of tbe administration of affairs trier tbo new r rgrme. They bad alto ma le ( verturee to l'etu to settle amicably all the difficulties which have heretofore existed und?r the old govern m?nt of Be'cu. A i evolution has broken oat in tbe pr.ivine* of (oa, la ' l'e-u, and a pr clamatlon published by the losurgents chargii g tbe admiListratlon of Sen Echenique with in activity and want of onnrty to Kettle the ponding ques tion between B*rn and Bulivia. and stating their deter mination i o take matters into their own hands for ad juMmcot " From Ecuador we bave no later intelligence of impor tasce. [From tbe Asplawall Courier, Jan. 13 ] The principal itt-me of interest are from Pera Fonr provincial distriots have proclaimed for one fJnares against Kchenique, tbe eoting Prenident, who had left the ?eat ef government for the enpp-*i>aion of the movement Don Domingo Eliaa bad col eeted nearly flro thousand men ? ha 1 relied government arms and ammunition? and had been reinfoiecd by a considerable number of govern ment troops, who had gone ovir to him. Sjme 9600.000 had been sent on board a vtvaei at (lallao by tbe govern ment, and It was generally be'ieted that It wonld all be handed over to Kites Eiias ia i ai J to have > eo iared that he does rot want the Preaideac;. (lea. Oastllla and Qob. Dnestna are amorg thnee * pofc er. of for the Presidsney. The feeling of those who act l-i so strong agaioat the government, and that of those who do not i-o indifferent thai it is balieved it will be deposed with b it a **nr alight struggle Peru has dona nothing against Bolivia aa yet? at leaat nothing opan. No newi of lmportanoe from Obill. Tbe Ecuadorian Corgreaa baa gooe so far aa entirely to destroy the agreement with British holders ef Ecuadorian bonds. [Prom tbo Panama Herald, Jsa. 7.1 Oar Lima Ale* an from the 12th to the 26th of Do on, ber The only newt resolved from Bolivia is through the Pe rm Ian papers It la said that the districts or ttaore, Po tost. Santa Cms, aad Tar j la, have pronounced agalaat Bolxu, aad proclaimed Don J M Linarea as Preaideat. Col. Cordova, one of Bella's jnoat devoted fellowera. It aald to bo at ?bo head of the movemeat at Potosi. Sr. Linarea wae at Poao on the tat Deoember, aad on bearing of the declaration In hia favor Immediately a tar ted for the provinooe that bad proclaimed hAm. Belaa, who was at la Paa at the time, loat no time in starting with two tatailiona to put down this movemeat. He left hla au Iboiity in the bands of a joint commission of Secretaries of Slate, of whom ho named Dr. Jooquia Agairro Secre tary Gem ral Pera appears to have taken no steps as yet again* t Bo livia; at Puno there waa a foroe of 7,500 man collected. Belru is cba gad bv tbe papers with acting la eonjuae lien with Eliaa. Advicoa from lalay atata (Jen Liaaroo with 4C0 men, la aaid to bavo mar -hed towards Ia Pax Tbe Pernvlar papers do not contain a siagls word of farther Information relative to Ilia*' movemeat in lea, farther than to bo found In the following loiter of oar cor respondent Dot Dnmtngu Ellas la ia open rebellion agalnat the P re sident, Eeheniqae, aad hia government at foa, near Pisco, ia the midst of h la own property ant dopendanta. He has collected people about him to the number of three thousand, as aome aay, but one thousand five hundred may be relied upon. Be h a aeizsd soma arms aad am monition tent from Caliso by the government. Troepa bave been sent from Geliao, iome of whom have gone over to him; others are within two league of hla position, aad it la gene? ally expected will turn over also; and if eo. Preeident Ecbeniqoe may as well "make himsel' scarce.'' The govern meat has eeat about 66CO.OCO ea board the Amsaonaa lyiag at Call w>, aad It waa believed by many tbat tbis moner w.iuld oe tor no oyer to Kklae' party the night after tbe sailing of the mail The plae was to aa l with ber forthwith to Pisco, and compel the Bimac, with (leneral Torieo, tbe Minister of War, on board, and tie Ucayall. the >ecoad government ateamer, to join in the movement, aad if thla Is carried out the affair will be ae itled at ones; it is, however, only problematical. The g< veren.eat appears to be paralyzed, and there la very little doubt that a change of government wl 11 take place Eliss le reported to have proved him. elf a brave man at the late effalr at Ti'tnbes ; aod if he ahowa the aame Xualitle* now be is ante of ouooeaa. The inhabitant* of imado not appear to be the l?aar alarmed Ule generally auppo.ed that the change will take place without a ahot beitg flred. The government ia la euih bad repute that no commieeeration ta felt at iti anticipate! oownlali A steamer baa Ixpn sent Soutb to bring troops ti Plao), hot It will moat probably bs ee'tleo before they arrive. Gee Torioo was at Psyta with the Amimnaa, looking for H a?, aad while there lhey were both In ths sane borne- File* playing at r jcoboa, with only a partition be tween bim aau h i enemy Ellas embarked on board the ateamer in disguise for Callao. landed there ia the mid dle af to* day with tbe real of the paa<engera, aod walked ap the mole aitong the officials, who were on tbe lo. koat for him In lime he appears in the placa at nnen day, aad made a journey to lea and back again whilst arrang ing hie plans, dnrlog wbica time he waa not dlsooverel. KlUa aaya that be does not teMro toe Presidency Gen. Ckstlllo and Sen. Daeatua, Governor of Callae, are spoken of. PasaMa, January 6, 1864. Hia? Belt g In possession of the details of polltioal mat I t era In Peru op to the 26th ult., I saw with surprise in year peper to ilav the last news from that quarter very mnch dieflgurad bv your oorraapondent It is not true that itomitgo Ellas ha* titled himself Supreme Chief- neither has he named General Castillo Preakeat; nor kaa ho three thousand men at his com mand; nor ba aay of the troops abiMdooad tbe gov er< meot raise for tbat of Kliaa, nor has tbe steamer Amasoeas, witb I60O 000, paaavd over to tbo rebel*? th-ra being no fear of irumo either la th* army or aary. Doming" Eltsa bas not reed hia elarea- neitter do the people look on with Indifference to the downfall of the ccnatitiitioaal government Mi the eatabHshmsat of a rrrnlntleuary oaO Tbe truth le, that Domingo Ellas being parsued by tbo police of Lima, eeeaped to lea, at *hieti place the g overa ll ent inten tonally had not a aolrier ; there he drew np an aot, de prmmaamtutii, la whlel tbe aames of aeroral dead aad absent persons appear ; In tbo * ama aot ho garo to himself the tr le of Jefe Politico, anil aaoied General Castillo general in chief, whloh title bo has refuted to aeeept Ellas had with him only a few of the peasantry ; aad at eooe e? the government received intelligoaee of bis move toani, ho'h General Torrtoo aad CjI aal Caravelo, with a aoffici'nt force, esre seat te quell ths outbresb. In this etate things iotn?lned ap to hair-past eight o'eloek of the momtog of tbe 29Ui alt , at whloh time 1 toft. With rsspeot te the morale of the armed foroe Af Peri, ten year- bave p*?eed without one aot ua worthy of Its bonor having heea recorded ; aed I believe, aod do aot mlatake ry alatlag, that aot aa iedlridoal of our army or nary w/eid commit the unworthy aot of troasea by < Ma ing Hla* or hla partisans; and with regnrd to pobUc opinion, It I* also my belief that tbe aame enthusiastic feeling whloh has been shown by the people ta the present war with Bolivia will destroy Eliaa' movemeat In tbo germ I eonolufe by assuring you that th* g TTenment of Oeo Eebea'qas- becomes every day more popular, asd poeeoeeee a nmleat re* area* to prion ee order at home aad eommaad roe poet eb"~?d BVtNAVENTl-RA SEGAJfK, Ptoaldonte del Tribunal de Uueatae del Pera. MABEgTS. VairARatsn VAMrm Deo 16 -Cotton*- Half* limited: (leoahuiga 'or floar bags, la good reqssst. Wines and brandies? All of so treat sal* at highly remunerative pii-e*. port and sborrf doll; gle wa roe aad waatel <si - Ollre wanted; Horeooe dull Hotels ? Oat nails, M HO a 66 60 per qitetal; sine Saleable, at 10a. per lb. ; >sh ir n of de*lrab e >ort* very saleable. Coal ? ise Etcalar demaor ; go 4 ffowoasil* steam, ia small lota, a Id as low aa git. Rice? Brisk demaad Tallow, j soap aad ooodiea ia demand aad oearee. Mem beef I rea<- y aaie Pork dull; atook bsnry. Lumber in demaad, , aad rnasumotlo* inoreaaiog Kx porto? Wool HmaU lots soil freely at 60 60 to 610 for ?a washed, aad $16 fer Ue Mttto Mftae MtMi. ftllli til T* pm t*<at*l, *ato able as fact u 1 ffortd. Nitrate? DnIki Arm ; bo sals*; 18 X mk demanded. Ia freight than ia m aatertal ohange. NEWS FROM NEW GRANADA. TIM D art en Hwreytaf era of * Put or Um DittMi Fore* -Arrival or tli? kloop or War Cyaao-The Coast Steamer*, Am., Am. Ou UriMi from Asplnwall in to the ISA, and from Panama to the lflth instant. Th* Panama Star of th* V inatant Tha new capitation tax law oame Into foros on S?n1*ri tbe 1st lnsla nt, so that the steamers whl >h *ail*d ** that day would bar# to pay bat oaa dollar par head oa ewb pi,HB| v to tha imnDWt, Instead of tao, aa karat# loA. Oo Sunday, Slat loetaat. 8W<^?Uri? Umitla ! A of do waa duly two? la esGovemor for thta province, at i tba Government House, ?y Senor Mwnardo An* *???. tbe lato G vernor. There were very taw poipto present tbe* majority oonslatlng of member* of the Oemnr* and < file tela. The oeremoey waa very abort anl attended ? . th bo dl* play of a>y bind. S*nor Atae aidreawd a few foimal remaika, administered the reqaislte oath ant de It Tared the baton of tha government to tbe new Incum bent, who >epled la aw* brief manner, aad the oere mosy eadet1. Seaor Urrutla at once entered upon bit duttea by a wearing ia aome of tbe judges aad o IB 5 tale Heat r Mariano Aroiemeaa Qassado will net aa Secretary to tbe Governor ia future Tba Aaplawall Courier a( tha ltth inatant say*:? Tbe shipping business of Aaplawall la quite consider able. Tbe list of veeeels which earn* under the protec tion of the American dag aloae, tar tba mmth of D Mem ber, which we publiah w another eolama, gives hand ?erne evidenoe of this Thia meat ooatiaua to iacreaaa rapidly durtag tbe oomtag year. From aaah foraaba dewinga aa are oeeaaioally throwa acroee oar path, wa glean the moat positive assurance, that by the expiration of the tear u poo which we bar* jut entered the in? orease will be ao great that tba fair average will be three ?all per day. Tba Courier of the 17th inatant aaya ? By deapatchaa received at tha United States C>ssulate at thii poi t from Bogcta, per laat steamship fro* Oar tbagena, we learn that tba Hon. Jamei 8 Green Charts d'Affairea fro a tha Uaited Stat** to thia gorernmeat, arrived at the capital oa tha l?th ult , after a very plna WebalaoUarn tSough the aame aouroe, that the Ual ted States sloep-of war Cyane lamo* la Oartba*soa, but will leave that port in a faw dare for Port K too ee, eon veying thence the corpe of engineers and othsra sent to ? xplcro tha route for an ooeanie ?anal aoroaa the Iathmaa of Dariaa We gtoaa tha following itema of latelligaace from Bo gcta from tha Panama Berald:? Br. Gerbalec n Pinion baa beea named Secretary of State for Foreigo ABaira. GeneialO'Leary, the Britiab Mlatoter, hai returned t* Bogota to reaume bla official duties. [From tha Aipiawall Oourier, Jan. 17. ] Tbe fcllowirg new* we reaeived at tha bands of Mr. A- B. Forbee, of tbe Pacific Mail Steamship Company's of fice at P ansae, in eevea hour* from that plane:? Kr< m tbe Panama Harold of ihia morning wa learn that deapatchca received there yeaterday from Commander Prevoit, of H M.'a ahip Virago, dated Jan. 7, itate that he had loat four men, tiree of whom had been mnrdarad by the Indiana, aad cne waa miaeiag Com P., with twenty mm. having explored to the Coralllerai, found oa hi* return three dead bodie* near a provialon depot wbara he bad atatloced four men He haa oat a good road, and ???ell masked" twelve atationi. Tbe Virago waa to aail immediately for Valparaiso. Tbe steamship United Statoa, Captain Lucia, arrived at tbia port on the 14th. Her passengers were promptly dei patched. The Ohio, Cfcpt Fox, arrived here thia morn ing, with near 800 paaaengara, of whom were aoma bun ercd Cootiea from Jamaica for tbe Paenama Railroad. Ail the paietrgera. maiia, fre'gb', 4c.. par the Ortio, left our city for Panama In four houra a' tar their arrival. They will be conveyed on the railroad through to Gorgona and thence take tbe road dliect to Panama. Everything can jeeeh the latter point to day. The Panasa Railroad ia prograeaing mote rapidly than eter before Tbe beat employee of the company are outdoing themrelvea, and aurpaaaing their own promUea or expectation In* teed of twenty- f"ur milea tbe tralo ia running with regularity dally thirty milee Th?ra ia no alsknera among lha laborera. Thii fact, tba raoant Urge aocfHNion of foroea, and tha alacrity and taot with which all portiona of the road under work are now ad vancing, give ua every eonfldaaaa of it? completion dur ing the ccrnlng autumn. By a new law of tha New Granada Ooogreea, which earn* into (Beet oa tha let inat , tha owoara or oonaignaee of vtaaala carrying paeeesgera to er from tha port af Aapla wall are taxed tan par eaat oa their cettmatad proflta. Th* r earn > hi pa have all acceled to, or ratber paid thla tax, alnoe ita imnoaition, both here and at Panama. Thla will recur* aa aoc itional annual ineome to tha New Gra nadlan gnT*rnm*at of *om* fifty thouaaod dollar*. Th* tax** of our city have b*en raleed I rem Um ratio of last year, and we haar it rumored that our city eouasil lntaod to impoa* aeveral additional h*avy imposition*, aad that the railroad eompaay wiU eocn la for a ehare. We thaU tea what we ahall sea. Lay oa Maaduf-if Uey only pounce upon tha railroad oompany, we think they will be aUrTad out of their boota Into reform. We hop* now for relief. . . We laarn that tba Mhooaar Youeg AnMriaa, Oaptaln Biown, arrived at Panana oa tha 18th Inatant. She waa 1 jaded with lumber, from Bangor, Ma , for tha Paaaaa Rtllread. The United Sate* aloap of-war Albany arrived bar* aa the 141b, and laft thla morale* or J board were well. Oar oitiieea were much pleased with the viait af this, tha first of Uoela iam's ships that havo rial tad tbU port, but were greatly dlaappointad at her ahortstay A complimentary dinner was tanderad Com Garry aad bis (Bern, which was declined W* hope for e longer atay of tha next messenger of Unsle dam, for tbere ia much to be done here. Annexed is a list of tha Albany's tffleera:? . Cod mender Jawes T. Oarry; Lle*tananta, W W. Bleeek rr, J V Williamaon C. VeealaUna. e. J. Drake; gargeea, !> A- klccrrerj; Aaelatei t Snrxaoa. liel ard Cowmaa; Pur Mr, Mun White; Acileg Matter, R A. Marr; Pe?e?(i Mid ?htpn>a?*. Joterl' A Sawtl); llWihlpiWL ?e J Dealer; Acting Boatewale, Wm Jenee; OennerlFm. Cepe; Carpeatot, fttwlaad Leaeh; SaUmaker. Jamea rraeer. [From the Panama Star, Jan. ? ] A* we have already antounied, tha first of th* new lin* of coaat ateamers. El P.imaro, will probaMy arrive at this port between the l#th aad Uth last. Th* owa*r of his lin* U at preeent in Panama, makleg mtnto for tba Immediate daspatoh of B l'rimaro after her arrival bar*. ? . . .. _ Hha wiU probably sail ban** on th* 17th Inst. ?r there about. and will go dlreat on this her first trip to Chlriqal, and then** to Paata Aienae. On bar return eh* will touch David, tba capital of Cblriqul, Montijo. Bahla Unda, Pn*rto d* loe R-mtdioe, Pueblo Nnevo, Agea Dolce. La* Tablaa, andTaboga. and will probably, on thla trip, occupy twenty day*, a* ab* la *xpeot*d to remain longer than usual on the flrat trip at most of th* stopping place*. In fu'ur* El l'rlmero will probably touch rngu laily, bath going and returning, at all the ports abeva enumerated, and may bereafier go as far south as Buenaventura, II suflcla nt Inducement ia held out. It ia late nded t> at aba ahall mate two tripi out and bock monthly, leaving Panama on tbe lat end 16th regularly. The tat*s of freight aad ptntg) will be Axed about tha >*ire aa th?t charged by tie wretched aal unsafe old TtMela whioa at preeent cerry on tbe ooaating trade, aad no exhorbilant charges will be exacted. It muet be clear to every one the groat aJvaataga* which will tcaru* to the trade of Panama, as well a* of th* coaat and the Interior, from tbe eatabl'.abmant of this line; and every merchant, b>th foreign and nativo, as well as tbe government, should take tha greater Interest In forwarding th* project To thee* who wiah to toav* Panama for a faw week* re creation, at a trifling expense, we atrougly reaomaaad a tiip to Cblriqul In Ei l'rimaro We gurraatae that every one who goe* there will enjoy the trip, b* delighted wtih tha eouatry, aad re tern to Panama improved In health, aad highly gratified that they took our advioo. TBB DAMN BUBVXYINO ?XriDITION? BAM DISABTBS TO TBI BRITISH MOTION. [From tha Aapltwall Courier, Jan. . Three eegloe?r* of th* *n?loeerlng ctrpe arrived at tbii port in th* last British steamer They toft fer Pana ma tbe next moralng. Frotu the intolllgea** we have from tbe American addition to tbe corps, it mms proba ble that all will be r*ady to commence work within a month. iKroaa th* Asplawall Oourier, Jaa. IT. J It may ne w*U to report the movement* of said expedi tion eo far aa known to thla lin*. Aa w* have heretofore eta ied, the reepec lve partiei from Keglat.il and from the United States met at Jamaica. The Cyaee thence pro oi eded to Port Eeoioee, Caledonia Bey, with Lieut. Strange sad hie party, aad Meear* St John aad bla party aame to Asph wall la the royal mall ateamer Dee, aad left hare 'Dimediawly for 'h* Gulf of San Miguel They reached Panama on th* 14th, and had not yet Uft th*r* at last ad view. [From th* Panama Star, Jan 17] I lent. 81. ioh*, R E , Mr Fo;de, 0 E, aal othen of tbe party coeaaetad with th* Datlea Canal Surrey, re oei,tly arrived from England, art now In th* city, whence tbiy will proceed ibortly to tbe riv*r "avanoa. emptyiag mo the Gulf of San Miguel, and at oace enter upon th* discharge of the Important dutiea <; evolving upon them Tbe government at Bogota haa manifested Ita deilr* t"> facilitate aad protect th* surveying paries as auk aa p e-ib'e, by d*lalllng Col Colaixi with 300 sol-Mtrs aad a cor pa of fifty aapp*r* and miner*, to act ia concert with them Col. C and part of his troops will probably arrive at Asptnwali from Qartbagsna oa tba next Brliiah atoaner. W* learn that rfficial ia formation hai been reeeived at the Britieh Conanlat* in this city from Captain Prevoet, of H R. M'a. st*am sloop Virago, who reoently left thii port with the Intention of etploriig the Gulf of 8tn bigu*l aad making a tour acroe* to the Atlantic. Th*** (tot patch** brirg the melancholy latolllgeac* that a pert of th* extlorlaa expedition bad been cut elf and ma* aacr*d The 'onowlag are th* paitleuler*:? Captkin Prevoat had reaabed tbe no:th*ra aummlt'ef tbe CordUtor* aavl t*d left at th* foot of it ? depot *f prrvlrior* under tbe enstedy *f four of bi< crew. After ?on e da) l of separation. Captain Pisvoat returned to th* de pot, whan b* found that all the prevtatooa had beta plundered, and, ?t ? Bttto dletan.-* oil, tb* dead bodies of tbr** of Id* man were found. On eloeer *xamlratloa, it n ae evident that they had b**n kUlsd by fireaims Mean V'ls. 'he fat* of tb* fourth maa I* uakaown. If net killed by th* Indiana, It is supposed that he li a captive, and baa been carried to the neighboring (Atlantic) Meat Oa p ain Prevoat haa returned with the r**t of his party In rafety to hi* v*sa*l. Ia bis despatch** h* stats* that be lad undergone sever* privations and bardsbipe for the tiara of three week a in reecbln* tbe summit. While he (*ce- aot eay aa mu?h, yet th* ctoar iofarane* is that ho had been In sight of Port Esooces, on th* At'astlc. C. ptain Prevoet raqueets that coplw of bis ('es patch be fun iihed to the O aaula of tbe Uaitad ftates and France ia this elty, for immediate tr?n>mla*ion to th* commna dera of th* expkrisg veeeels of tb*lr reep*c'.iv* conntrtea, ik v ruppoeed to b* at Port Esooces, which reqneet haa l.? et complied with. Mrreover, we learn that Mr McDnntld, Her Britannic Msje ty's proOmeulat this port, forwardsd ymtorday avaa'sg, by a special me*a*?g*r, deapateb*e contaialef tb?*e partlenlurs to tbn Britieh Mtnlater at Bogota, and aleo to th* Admiral commanding the Britfeh aaval forae* oo the Jaaaiea atstlm, that they may tak* Immedlato meae ares for a' cert eta la* the (ht* of the missing maa. Thts iafortna^ou u sad indeed? aad shows the neeenM SB la Mr ? ? that may be taken ft* ttw aurroy of ?e Dartoa Dual route, that the different ex?edit<oaa ahould be rulHeiently numerou* and properly armed to roaiet hj ittMk at tha lavage lahaMtaata of the country. NEW8 FROM BERMUDA. 0?r Hamilton Correapondanee. Hamilton, BaxnrnA, Jaa. 11, 18M. Statement of the Number of DcaUu and DetcripUm ofPertm U *o Died try the Late epidemic Tbe folic wing atatemeat of Uu lumber of dNthi by the yellow fever here, (amountiag la all to 631,) la derive! from autheatie looroeo, tad nay be railed on Or THI HlLlTA BT, TH* C rriCIAL llTI'RM Oiva TUt HVM ?bb or Dsath* At Follow* Of ihu Riyal Artillery, there died men 48 Of the Royal (tappet* ta< Mla?n 25 Of Her Majeatj'aMth Retimaat " 224 Woaei 26 Childrea Si Tlfleea o Ulcere, tli Of tbe oorpa ef Royal Knrineera 3 Of the oorptef Royal Artillery 3 Of Uer Majeety'* S6in Regiment ( Of the CoMtwetlat 1 Of the Or* aaaee Dtp artmeat I Offleere' wiee* 4 Mo. of eoavieta ?ho died 152 Me. ot Quarteimaater* aad iiarb 6 Tctel ."624 Noaa of the a bore aduite were nativea. Soma few of the cblldr* a were satire bora, bat their pareau were Northaraera. St. Qeerte'* pariah? Civilian!, very tew of tfcaai nativea.. .. . - 85 Child, eelf aad parent* aativee 1 Peroaahlri Adult, Mortberaer 1 Child, aative, parent* from the United Slate* 1 Child, father hortheratr 1 Peabieka Aduite aad obildrea. Mertheraer* 18 Childrea. eel re* and parent* aativee 1 Do., eae parent of each native 3 Do., both pareate Mertheraer* 23 Paaet'e? ' Aduite Morthentera > Child, Mortberaer 1 Children one parent Northerner 2 Southampton? Adult*, native*. .. 2 l Mldrea telvee aad pareata unlive* a Children, oae pareat Mertheraer 3 ?aadi'e? Ada t, Mertheraer 1 Child, native, one pareat Northerner 2 Ireland aad Boa* Inland? Aduite. Mertheraer* 1 Child, eelf aad pareata Mortberaer* 1 Adult, eelfaa* par tat* native* 1 Child, *elf aad pareata native* 1 Total (loldirn aad elvillaae) .~62i Wedaeaday la bat weak waa duly observed la aU the ebtuobaa la thaaa lalaada aa one of " publlo prayer and thankaglvtag to Almighty Sod, for hla late moroiea vouoh aafed to the iahabitenta of thi* ooloay, by the dlaappear aaoe of dleeaee, aooompnnlad by great mortality, with which Bermuda hi* bean ao lately and aererely rial tod." Two oompaaiea of the Fifty -alxth regiment, aad one company ef the Royal Artillery have returaed to St. Oeorgea to oceopy forta than, which had to be va sated during the prevalence of the epldemlo. Via a team troop a hip Valeaa, Oommaadar Taa Troop, arrived here oa the Slat December from Halifax, with Uaptata Nixon a oompaay ot Royal Artillery, aad a da taahxueat of the Fifty alxth regiment. Thaaa are the troop* that had to be left at Halifax during the preva lence of tbe epldemlo. L ent. Col. Poole, R. A , same peat eager la the Vulcan aad baa auoeeeded the late Lieut. Col. Robe la command of the Royal Artillery. Until the arrival of Lieut. Ool. William*, R. A . hi* aenior la raak, he will bo oommaader of the roroea hare. The Vuloaa left oa Chrletmaa day for England, taking home Oapt. Hontreaaor'a oompaay ef Royal Artillery, eleven iavailda from the Fifty-aixth regiment, ten wldowa, and aeventy children from the Fifty alxth regiment, and five wldowa and etevea children bom the Royal Artillery. The aix children of Major Oakeiay, Fifty -alxth regiment, alao went home la the Vulcan. Among tbe death* in thia community lately, I would dee m worthy of eapacial mention, are thoee of the Rav. Kobt. Mantach and John Barr, Ksq The former gentle loan waa chaplain to the convict e*tabll*hmant in thaee lalanda. and waa held in nniveraal eatlmatloa hero. The latter gentleman waa a leading merchant of St. Georga'a, aad bad amaaaed conaiderable wealth. T jo influenaa la prevailing ia thaaa lalaada at tbo pro rent time. Tbo aame thing happened on tbo departure of the yelTow fever ia 1848. It ia nothing aorloua, however, aad Bermuda may bow bo oonaidend aa havlag returned to ita uaual health la* aa. Tbo iafonaatioa received yeaterday from lalltax, that a railing teeael ia to briag the mail from Now York, aad not tbo Curlew, baa produoed eonaiderable dUappotbt meat heie. Aa aa ovidenoo of tbe apaody manner ia which aalling veatala oarry the malla at the preeeat aea > on ot the year, the Velooity, which cleared at oa the S3d December, with a mail, haa j oat arrived at St. Oeorgea nineteen day* paaaago. Oapt. Charlea Elliot, K. N , our preeeat Governor, haa baea offered tbe berth of Governor-ia ahtef at Barbadoea, aad will moat likely aeoiptli, I ahould thlak. X. BuoLvar, Bermuda, Jw. IS, ISM. The Weather? New Troopt?New Admiral? New Governor ? Return of St. Georgei to Prosperity The wwQmi to tad Mm km rery warm Mi raltry? rery Uttto Ilk* winter. We hare had ?e*roelj My cold w+ather. A death that ha* lately ottamA of a child ud tto ITliicaa of two or three other ehlldraa, hm lately ed to ten that the epidemie haa not altogether feraakoa u. It to eery much to bo ho pad that wa may aat hare a ? ecuireaoe of the dtoaaaa next aummat . Should such ba ha ease it wUl hare a aaw aat of military to ram through, aa a company of artillery arrlvad hara la Oaoaaibar lwt, and tha Mth regiment ara to bo cellared ahortly by, It ia ?aid, two regimeate, (auppoee MO aaaa aaah ) ft on Eag land. Tha 44th regiment, (1,000 strong,) whloh ni to hava reliered tka Uth, oaaaot ba a pa red from Malta, la tha yraaaat warllka atata of mattara la tha East. 1 *ae by tha laat Bngltoto papara that Admiral Fan ahawa expeoted to reliere our praaaat worthy Admiral, la aD tha praaaat month, at Jamilaa. Admiral Faaatoawa'a flag ahlp to tha Bose*m*oa a ra?ael almllar in alia ta tha yraaaat flag ahlp aad aha to to hava a complainant of 0M mea Tha dapartara of 81r George F. Seymour will eaaae a nalvaraal faallag of regret throughout tha oommaad. It to aow aald that oar praaant Gorerair haa baea ap poiatad to tha governmeat of Trinidad, aal will lea re ahortly for hto poet Rumor mmta Mr wodehouae, late sapeilateadeat at Henduraa, aa saoseaaor to Got. Elliot la tha administration of affairs hara. Two eompauriae ot tha 66th regiment aad a company of royal artUlarry, hara ratnrnad to tha ooenpatlon of tha torta at St Georgae ; aad tha arrival of aararal dirtraaaad vaaaala thara haa girea tha port a much boater appear - aaaa thaa it haa ahowa for aome tlma. a Oauflallfla Carraapondeace. Halifax, Jan. 10, ISM. Sale 0/ 'M BumboUi't Carp Allow ma through yonr indapaadaat paper to pat my .'cllow-eitiiana in New York la poaaaaaloa of tha parttcu lara of a public aala which took plaoa bar* to day. Oaa thlrd of tha property eared horn tha unfortunate wrack of tha ateauner Humbeldt, la a damaged atata, waa told by Meaara. DeboU to Wlakal, conatotlng of, Tto.: Rich a Ilk good*, 80 a SO la. wide, both black aad fancy; r*-1 aad printed baragea, an parlor qaaUty; aad broad olotha, toe., kc. Thto being the daltoet part of the aaaaoa la Ha>*faz, there waa a prodlgioua ruah to the aucUca rosm by the largaat apeculatora, aad aay quantity of amall fry. Thto property waa the portion dae ta, aad aetocted aad pat aalde for the aalrera, being flahermea along ah are aad the beet haul, I beUere, they erer made. The pro ceed ? of the day 'a aala, aa etated, will amount, aome aay, to 1 2k, 000 or apaarda, aad the property would act are rage or realtee at thto ante more thaa oae fifth lta ori ginal Talue The largeat purehaaara at It bought from 1800 to *4,000 worth, aad aapect to treble thto ta the New Tork aad Boat** markata, aotwlthataadlag that the gooda arc aa wet aa water. 80 aa of the parttoa proeeel to New York aad Boatoa by thla ataaaaar. with their pro party, to try tbeli laak amoagat the Naw York era aad * ktoalaa* ; and "I gacca, If poaalbla, to make money out of iheee of my nnfortonate eount ymea who ware aot iatured. 1 maatacw glre themaaldaaof ?hat thoaegooJa so d for teae, that they may gorera themaalrea accord lagly, whan they meat " Blaa ? aa" offerleg hla pack In their markata. By the way, be eaa a all aff ord to pay oar (OieiaiLent the full :utiee m quired bv lew on foreign g<* d?, aad 1 hare no doubt cur appralaera will do their On y. Bioad clothe, rarloua, eold for $1 00 a SI M fUie, fa aay Olla 0 34 I<o , black, plala aad brocade^ 0 10 a 0 76 311a paramatta* 0 10 a 0 71 Plala aad prtated baregaa, be <t color* 008a 010 Btoek aad colored relreta 0 75 a 1 00 Pluahea ???? 0 60 a 0 76 0 4 colored enrtaia damaaka, aaparb aty la. . . 1 60 a IN Mote aal** are expected of rlbboa*, readkerebtefo, toe., toe , of which 1 will keep yoar aubeerlbarefcdTiaed, who may be or accrued la thto proper*; aad I feel aaaared you will ooafer a faror upoa ma ay cf them by laaartlag thto eammaatoatloa on the aubjeai Too muck caaaot be aald la faro: of tha matter, who haa baea moot arduoai to do all he could to aara the ?hi r per a. Tha ilx geatleaaea ahoaea here to aet for the lahrra aad the ? hi ape re? thai e for each aide? eomblaed W?thf r to charge SU per day each for orerhaallag the --L.- < throwlas oat oae- third for the adrare, they Kd how*T*r, Cttmatety to neeamb, the maetor proteat of " Blue aeae" after that ttbwaln.; A terge qaaaUty of theaame deeealptloa of gooda la rapoT4-4 he rfllag, coaocaled about the outhatrbora la the borb>-od of the elty, which will likely, aow that the *ala to orrr, be offered for leu than they brought A conbtawt READER. Marbiaoib and DivokCRU in Br. Lotnt.? Tbk a umber of maurlagea ragiatered at the cSee of the eoaaty Baeotdor, from Jaauary 1, 1863, to Jaauary 1, 1864, wa* J, 241. Ike auia bar of marriagea actaally aolamatoed dar ing tie year, la ao doubt moak graaler; bat olargymea aad .laaoeee of the Peace pcaloiaa manrtega ciraaaialaa, aad aitheagh required bylaw, oaait la aaaay ln*ta***a, to report aad raglater the aaaae at the Recoreer'a oflee. Ia the ai me ttone thara bare baea eighty eight appli sell ana for diearaa filad-atxtj -three la the Circuit Court, aad twaaty-tr* la tha Gear I af Co aaaaoa riaaa. BirkDHTCWS Loot at 8lk<? It ia stated that withi-1 tha toet two aaoatha eighty Teaaeto frelakted wlik grata aad fioar baea baea loat at aaa Soaao of thaa ware Irat cUm ahlp*, of to g* fine. Tk? past mtk kaa beca a p roeparou* one tor all the theatr ee. Two or three light place* have beca pre**at*d, aad b?n proved quite ?u*c***rul. " The Hop* of Ik* Family" ha* boon so well received at the Broadway that It will be ooatianed during this week. The freqaeutore of Barton'* seem highly delighted with Deri rage's bagmUU, "Oar BMt Society," and it will probably figure on the bill* for eoma tine to oome. At Wallaoks, the staadard come dy of the "Wheel of Fortune" haa been retired, with Mr. Blake aa Governor Tempest, Lector aa Sydenham, and Waleot aa Pearuddock. It waa wall received, and will ha repeated on Tuesday evening Great preparation! are be ta, made at the Broadway and at Barton'* for the pro dastlon of " A Mid Hammer Night'* Dream." a play apoa which the " great maater of th* hamaa heart" lavished all hi* wealth of imagery, and itored with earn* of the ?oat beautiful aimilee that ever fell from a poet'* pea. On cU? that the " Miachievoo* Pack" wUl be sastalnsd at the Broadway by a youthful debutamk aver whote girlish head hardly tea (omniera have rolled. The little lady eome* from a theatrical femlly, and it U believed that ihe kaa a " call" to the foet light*. The entertainment* offered at the various plaoes of amusement for thia evening, will k* found to k* varied and Interesting : ? At the Broadway, "The Oatara*t of th* GaifM," with all the hone*, prooeirions, Iadlaa *e*aery, and waterfall, I* to be played, with th* a*w London ocraedy, "The Bop* of th* Family." The** piece* wlU b* play*d through th* weak, and neat* may k* wuil far *ith*r night At Burton'* theatre, thoe* tight and agreeable pi****, ?Oir Beet Bootety" and " Bow to Maka Bom* Happy," ar* to b* given tkl* *v*nlng ; al**, th* *k*teh called "First Night," with Mr. Plactoe in hi* original part. Mr*. Bo*y, formerly Mr*. Huswll, of Barton'*, make* her Ortrt appear* no* In thra* yeara, at Wallaak'a theatre, thi* *venlng, whan *he play* Oomtanoe in the " Lot* Chaa*." Th* return of Mr*. Ho*y to th* itage will, no doubt, can** a grand rally her foi met admirer*. At th* Bowery theatre, and at th* Natioaal theatre, veriloa* of " Uacl*Tom'? GaMa" ar* atill beiag played, and at bath hou**e thia *ort of exhibition will prevail tonljht. The Broadway menagerie, Barnum'i maaeam, Chrlaty'* M metre la, 473 Broadway; Wo*d'?, 444 Broadway; Book lay'*, 639 Broadway; and Bllta, Btuyveeant Inatltuto, are all wall managed and attractive exhibition*. Th* pro grammea for toalght ar* lntereetlag. Three French vauievllle* are to be given at Barton'* Lye* tun thi* evening, by a company of Freneh arclats. Mr. Forraat elo**d a four we*k* *ngaoement at the National theatre, Boston, on Friday. Mr. Anderaon eloeed at the Bo ward Athenssam, on Monday. Th* Bo* ton AUat, in a cloelng review, eay* :? The opinion* we have b*for* give a of Mr. Andereoa'e perioaathn* hare not been changed, although we had opportunities of witnessing hi* performance* in *everal character? other than thoee mentioned in oar former no tice. The *am* reader-like tone of voice, at d the eame want of natural action, that we before remarked, appeared In all hi* performancaa, and gave them a moat dieegree able) appearance of uniformity. Be did n*t lnfaie that lift and animation into hi* Claude Melnotto that *eeinsd necessary for the proper representation of the "Lady of Lyon* nor did his King Jamee, la th* " King of th* Commons " 'equal the expeotatlona we had formed. The correspondents of several of our ootomporarie* have gtven the most onmeaaored pralee to Mr. Anderaon, for what they have called hi* " beautiful delineation* ." but w* meat beg leave to dffer from them in oar Mtlmation Of hi* pereonati in*. Mi. Andereon'* abtlitie* are of an uncommon order ; aad if he will only aee thoee a tliitlee to correct the obvioue defect* In hi* performanoce, they may be worthy of all the praise the flatterers now bestow upon them. The Lyceum theatre, Sudbury street, Boston, is ta b* h*r? after need a* a livery stabl*. Mi** Agn** Robertson appeared at the Boston Maaeam, on Monday, al " The Young Actress," and ah* ha* alas appeared a a Bob Nettles la "Te Parenta and Guardian*." Th* Atheniaaa Ilk* her. Th* Altai aaya " Mia* Robert ?on i* a my pleasing performer, aad enact* the romping character* with (kill and aacoee*. She I* particularly good in the ? chambermaid ' lln*, in farscc, At. Ber Bob Nettle* waa a bettor performance thaa anything of th* kind we have eeen for a long time. In each character* ah* la quit* attractive. We ahould think ah* would anact in the ? Pet of th* P*ttlooata ' la a very latiafaetor^ There la nothing new la Philadelphia f heatrloals, sx o*pt "Twelfth Right" at the Arch. Mr. E. Eddy plays "Hamlet" at Buffalo, thia evening. Mb* Julia Dean haa barn offer*d 980,000 for sixty nights in California. Bo says a Boatham paper. The Baseman children aregeiigtohav** "testimonial" by their Now Orleans Meads. Miss Logaa ctunmsnoss aa engagement at RUley'* theatr*, Waahlngton, this evening. Mr. aad Mr* florente arc playlag at Oladnaatl, Ohio. Madam* Dannatrom Is giving concerts in Washington J allien Intends to viilt Charleston, B. 0., immediately. Madame Boning Is at St. Loaia, en route tor New Or lean*. At Drury lane theatre, London, Mr. Smith has pro dated ? Th* Bagging Letter," a melo drama fooatedoa Rowcroft'a novel, "Fanny, th* Little Milliner." It was birred. The principal parte wer* playad by G. Burnett, Bolton, A Young, Mrs. Vickary aad Mlm Featherstonc. No other novelties are announced at any of the other thcats**. ?lb* association, of which M. Roqaaplan waa actlaf Bitici, for the management of the Grnad Opera at Kria, haa just been broken up; suoh dissolution, it 1* ?id, Wag pcealbly about to be followed by a change in tbe direction of that theatr*. Mean while th* Graad I Opera, apparently in eome dilemma how to fornieh lit oo cnpatioa^foM^^BMi^w^^^tas^^^Mnu^to Opera, apparently in coma dilemma how to fornlah lit ocl Mdile. Boa to, who decline*, It aoem*, to *inj ^^^^^?insic. haa been compelled to produce an adapl tatioa of the " Betly" of Doniaetti. " Elizabeth," which Is described ai a posthumous opera by the i poser? in three acts? has been brought forward at the Theatre Lyrique. An operetta in on* act, by M. Reb*r, " L*a Papillate* deM. Benoit," juat produced at the 0;era Oemlqu* of Pari*, though ipoken of oondderatetr, eeema, *o far a* can be judged from the Gaietle Muncalt, to have pleased lee a thaa a new work by the author of ' Pare U allien" aboald have 4*aa. Tb* Italian Opera at Pari*, do** not ***m to b* pro ceeding with any extraordinary ipleodor or *umw. In the abiccce of Sign ar Mario. ean*ed by a sever* domeatlc ailliotioa, " Krnanl" ha* been produied, with MdUe. Nis *en? that bed of teamdt dona*? aa prima donna and for baritone, Signer Grazlaal, who is described ae a ainger of real promiae, " having a voice of rate ax teat, great pow er, and detlclone quality. Mr. Balfs's " Keolanthe" decs not seem to have mtin talced its composer'* German popularity la Vienna. Th* Parisian ccrrespondsnt of the lUuttraUd London Ainn announced that MdUe. George* (whoee farewell per fcrmhaee, after half a century of ?toga aerrlo*. took plac* th* other day) haa applted for a vary humble aad m*nial occupation at the Great Exhibition of 18M. While Bacbaalwaa walking home from rehearsal at 8t. Paten burg, eh* was aho*k*d at th* oonlnet of a gen tleman who eaised her in hi* arm*, aad commenced to rub her noes with snow. She (creamed, but he continued the procee*. In a moment a crowd collected, whea the Rus tics put th* trofitdi nne again upon bar feet aad said? "Mademoiselle, your noee waa freealng, and that wa* th* only way to nave you." The Freneh paper from which we tranalal e the abov*, *ayi that thia ****** to have been really the case. Th* last novelty at th* 1%mhrt Fremcait ha* bsan "la Pierre de Tone he," a Gee-act play, by MM Emile Atgier and Jab* Bandeau. Tb* Fr*a*h journals mention the d*ath of M. Aaele* do Btaaplan, aged sixty-three. The real name of this popu lar ccmposa r of romancae waa Rousiaaa, and he waa the phew, we are toll, of Madam* Campan In his time, M. de B? aoplan was ths oompossr of come alight and pleaslag Itloc will ermie operas; bat hia claim on muaieal recollection < principally rect among hi* romance*? and probably ? mcng all that large French family of tun** which itald muaiclane deiplae, aad *imple amateur* delight in, there baa never been melody more widely weloomed than the a*r '?!) imes done, maa chare amour*," need with cuch i.ietareaqee ektll and effest by M Scribe la "La Horn nam - bcle " The oration at M de Beauplan'a funeral wa* pro tounred by M. Edouard Moonais. Tack Qey and the Chloeee jugglers, who were in thia rone try last winter, (not tbcTong-hook toeg part*,) save arrived la IJveipool aad they arc giving sueeoecfol exhi bition*. The carnival novelty for 1IM at I* Sbaia, Milaa. Is to k* by Maestro Bo set. aad to baec no leas omlnons a sub jeet than "Bebbassar's Feast" Madams Novcllo Is to be prim* torn*. For Naples, tte'ncw opera* promised, accordiag to th* Qo:ftu JhitieaU. are "Romilda dl Prjrcnsa," by Pacini, and "Marco Viaeonti," by Pattella. Th* va*t*qu**trian aire us of Berlin has been destroyed by Are. The Parislaa correspondent of the klfwism M* Cm Use, among sundry elaborate eftteva, for M. Beyer r'* fcrthcrmlng opera at the Opera Oomlane, a chorus for tow dtetiaet *h Jr*, and aa erahestral eeena. out doing the well known boB musia in "Den Juan," inas much as the modern oompoeer make his three orchestics g?y, net la three a fferent rythms, bat In three different Two dtbulmmli at the two great musical theatres of Paris ? Greats ai at the I talis na, and Boenebtt at the Grand Opera? have obtained oonsib arable ancceas, aad seem H '? ^ obtain a pet mansnt position in pabUa favor. They ar* both wut TMstl BtsatlatlM cf Beaten Iter 1859 and 1853. IMS 1SU. /ncmue. Bit tb* M0g I, MX) eSM Marriage rertiflaatee lasued. . . . 3 968 3, CM ISO Man iagee recorded 2 6M S,IM 180 Heat be S.7M 4,304 640 Births asorc thaa daaths 1,473 1,812 ? PgNWOTLTABIA RilLlOlD.- It U DOW ICdaOOd to a ecrialnty that the mountain dletaton of this road will be c mplateu and ready for a ae aarlt i* February. On Friday, a locomotive aaid ear wiO be tekna through th* tuae?l, and on Monday, Fab. 0, the train* will *omm*n?* rooting regularly between this city and Philadelphia, oa th* b*w road, the a avoiding the in jMned pis as* oa the eld Portage m4.-fiWw| pit i, Jm. 30. The Biwrt Conspiracy- Order #f "Kmw. Mkian." [From the IVmidu'i Journal, Ju. 99 ] We have been at mum considerable HftiM and titra ble to get hold of the o .natitnHoo end to aeoortala the prooeaflinge of that danger res organisation of imod men, ander the lea dor?hip of E. Z. C. Jadaoa. a con riot of oar penitentiary ud a men of unambiguous antecedents. The following la the result ot our mqulriis, end aa au than tic copy PRKAMBI.K. Whsrees, Foreign InQuenee baa for jtui bain under mining our InatitatlOBs? been gnawing. Ilka a wina, at ) the root of the Tree of Llkeriy ? it baa beeoma neocesary to form a guard of isithful rentlnels, eompoaad of wo born under the ahadow of that eacred tree, to praaarre It from destruction. .T?'r?'or* ^ oaderslgned, bar a adopted, and LwLog*^ 0mT " a*d ??* honoia to abide by the fo?- *? ? COMSTlrCTIOK. Art. 1. "lie Guard of Liberty" la a secret military ord". "Tr*' "I***-* ud brigade*, I and U to be offioarad aa it incnacce. preoitelr aa thtanr ' of tie Amarioaa Revolution was, with oompaay aad rial mental effloen, a cob pander in chief and the aeaaaaarr staff Each offloer, witn the exeeptioa of the ataff (a elected by a majority rote. Art. X No man be admitted under the age of eiahteea yean, or over the age of alxty yean, nor any man who la any manner io crippled or deformed that he ia net a Me to bear arm* la defeaoe of hi* country; nor oaa any maa ha admitted who#* father aad mother, oa oae aide or tha other, war not bora on Amerloaa toll; nor, bo matter when he waa born, oa aay pretense whatever, oaa a Ro man Catholic or a Jainit eat* thia Order; aad ahoald tnoh, by treason, get among oa, they are to be tried by a general eourt martial, and ao ponlihad aa that wait mar Art. 8. Oar lnltiatioa I* to be verbal, never writtea. aad ench ae haa been uaed in lnatitatlng the tnt com pany of thia Order; the Initiation can be administered by the oommaadiag officer of a aompaay, or by aay epeajal deputy appelated by the commander in ehiaf; provided ?lwaya that tha deputy aaa only act la forming a aaw company, aa after the eaaipaay la formed, ita oommaad lag offloer la the ialtlatlag offlalal, without tha eomaaaA ing offloer prefaia to have the duty performed by a milt Art i. Every oompaay will elect only three offlocra:? a captain, a lieutenant, and a a*rgeaat. All atinor offl oera, iuoh aa lergseaa of platoone, corporal* of lauad rons, aie tobc temporarily appoUted by the three offloer* Art ?. A commander-in-chief la to be elected by a ma il rity of the Order, hia time of offloe extending ti twa jean. All compear offloen an elected lor oae year. Tha er meander ia chief ia to be permitted to aeleet hie oaa ataff, to eoaaiat of an adjutaat general, a twa aldf, a aergaaat, a quarter maater, and a oommiiaary. No offloer in the ataff can be under twentr-ose yean of agv, or over fifty. ait ? No oatha ara to be required ia thia Order, aa tblng but ao America pic* go of honor to sustain eaa good oitlaaa the law* of hla country; nor an aa; moneya to be paid for initiation fee* or due* ? the Order to be ?u up wtod entirely by the voluntary ooatributiona of it* member*. Art. 7. We an to bring to our drill*, or when oaliaA into at rviee, aueh weapon* la the ahape of firearm* aa ?alt* each member, comprising rifles, musket*, oarblaea, doable barrelled gun*, single fowling pieeee, ha. ; aad every member, whan oalltd on far duty, will find hi* owa ammunition, aa our forefather* did at Buaker BUI. Art. 8. All offloer* are to be elected by ballot, except the ataff. Art. 0 In caae of aay threatened riot or public diator baace. it (hail be the special duty of the commander ia chief to npnir to the Major and Sheriff, aad, giving a writtea account of car number*, to ofT?r ouraervioa* aa good and true Americana and law-abiding oitlxea*, to aa klat a* a apeaial police in praaeiving peace aad orde . Art. 10. The oommander in-chief can at any time, whoa he conaldera it neceaaary for the public good, order any company or all of the Order into service, after eoa eulting the ataff offlcan. Art. II- No muaic I* to be uaed. Oar motto li "It ia deed* ? not word*." No banner to be tarried, except tha plain American flig, which ha* braved the battle aad tha bieeie ever triumphant in our rank*. When we parade the utmoat alienee ia ever to be observed. The only uni form or iaaignla to be wora by offlear* or private* ia a whit* eagle of allver or plated metal oa the left breast. The commander-in-chief and the offl cere of the (laff wiQ wear a red, white and blue fash arouno their waist aad oa parade or ia aervice will be aaouatad. Art. 12. Thia Order will hold aa aaored holiday* of lib arty, esd therefore will parade uoder arm* oa the 23d of February , the 8th of January, aad the 4th day of July ia itch y?r. Art 18. Every member will *i ga the conatitution, aad name hi* place of residence with hia tig nature, ao that ha can be promptly notifiad when wanted. Art. 14. All peraona applying for admintoa moat be known and vouched for by a member In good steading, whowlll.be held responsible for the maa for whoa ha vouch e*. Art. li A general court martial caa be held by aeo** pany at any time, *a charge* furnlahed la writi^ to the oommaader-la-ehief. agalnat any offloer or private? a ma jority el way* to decide aa to the guilt or lanaosaoe aad tha amooat aad kiad of punlihmen t. Art. 10 A company oan be formed la aay part of tha Union, if a request for a charter be signed by thlrteaa good aad true Americana who send proof of their birth and good moral character, aad an wlUinf to aeeept aad abide by this constitution ; that charter is to be mated by a regular meeting of the offloen of thia Order aad signed by the commander. la chief Art 17. Mo member eaa be eleatsd aa aa offlaer at the end of tha first term without he ha* served ia the Ordsr a full half term pnvioualy, the term dating from the for mation of his company, aad a fall term to be eoaaMstad oae year. Art 18. Honorary mem ben eaa be alerted la thia Order on condition that they have distinguished themselves ia their country '? aervice, and are propoeed by a mrfmber, ffliwl tha folt is OBfttiiaOQf. Art 10. Ia esse of the death or resigaatioa of aay offl oer , or his prolonged abeenoe, aa eleetloa ma; be ealM by the commanding offlaer of the company, or by tha commander' la- chief, to elect aa offloer la hit place, la caae of the death of the commaader-in chief, the ad)a teat general, or the next oldest offloer in the staff, if the edjnteat geaenl is absent will at oaoe order aa eieettea and act as commander in chief until another Is elected by a majority vote of the whole Older. Art. 20. Oompaaiaa an not to exoeed sixty- five ama, offloen Included Art SI. Every aaemtor signing this constitution ia ca pested to uae all hla iafiataee and every possible exemaa to lacreeae its members, advaaee Ita late rests, pnasrea Ita aaents, aad protect its hoaor aad Integrity. Art 22. A oosventkm of this Order, to revise, altsr a> amead thia eoaitituttoa, oaa at aay time be called by a two third veto of the members. All elections an to be c&rrUd bj billot. AU of whioh Is respectfully submitted by the oamsatt tec. El) Z 0 JUDOS, TH SO DORK C. CLaRK, ALtX aM)KR I MkRjlON. And It waa naanlmeualv adoat'd by the fint eomsaav of the Order. ED. Z. C. JUDdON, Commandsr to* Tlu Scarlet Letter. [From the New Yutk Stanley Hmary.J TBI CAT OUT OF TBI BAO. The H?raij> hu atuck to It* cbtrge that Pi**ld*at Pierce wrote e lttter to the fie* toll oommittee la thia elty la 1848 aatil it haa gained It* paint W* meat te it the credit to aey that it* entire mana<em*nt of th* ' ratter be* bean moatmaaterly It erlaoe* th* taleat of a Mach level, a TaU*yr*nd, a Fouahe, end a Vidocq. It harped npon tbi* oh arge until it forced from on* of tke conapirator* of that period th* adm Union, over hi* ova tigtatur*, that *uch a letter wa* written by G*i. Pi*rae to a free toll committee and. of coon*. H aontateed *ee tlment* that jamped with th* notion* or prejadi***, at that danced to the wire* that ooamittee h*la end w*n pplllnf. Anything more joUv (re*n then tht* ads lades w* never *aw ia print? any thing *o jolly green a* the writing of a lettor at all, on an; subject, or at any Una*, to th* BaanD,we cannot oonoaiv* of. Of ooarte the wor thy gentleman who edit* that ih*el would tnrn aad tfM it to hi* own account Bat la thl* caae? in tli? caa* o t Uk* jolly green latter of Mr. John Cochrane, 9 array or of thl* fort ? not much turning or t wilting wa* at all as*** ?ary. Mr. Cochrane said, in hi* l?tt*r to th* Hmuld, that he could not T*aoll?ct the eoateataof th* e^Jtle despatched In July br Cea Pie roe to the free toll oomnittee here. On th* subject of th* oonltnt* of that epittl* Mr. Cooh ran* I* *ag*ly hot knowing. It I* well that that gentle man'* memory should fall him at tbl* particular time, aad on thl* per tics Ur aubject It might mortify all of un If Mr. Ooobrare oould recollect aad weald gtve a* the eont*nt* of that fro* soil litter; It would be paiafal, If he could, to Sad what fool* aad dupea we have all be* a. It I* alae fortunate thai Mr. Coohraae cannot Aad that letter H* know* be hid tush a letter, aad be tell* the Bauin that bethought h*eould lay hit hand upon It? t bat It we* among hi* paper*; but it i*a't. H >w very 'ortunate! Bate'* part of what th* Hnuu *ay* aboat thl* bailee** l*a't It a atlogerl - la it* war Bnt. fortunately there I* ne eeeaaion for Mr Cochrane te reeelleet the eoateata of thai le?ter. With the faete aew btfire them, the pnklle will b* at ae l<>u te eeaela4e what the letter contain**. The letter wae written te a (tee aetl e< mmlttae her* ia 1 <48, at a time wbea tht Coaoerd Patriot, whleb uniformly rtflteted Qaaeral rierce'i political aanti mente. wee ??liemently advocating the Wilmot previa*. Three lee* lag tree eeilere, who happened te bt eog?l*aat ef that letter -Joha Ceehraae Itaae V. Fewler, aa4 Nelee* J. Weterburv? U?w bel4 impertaat aad lucrative eSee* aadar Gmernl Pierce. Fellow eitiata*. (hall we bow aad yield to national aew veationa for the nomination of a Preaident for thia great republ a after thief It la time to wake upon thi* aubjeet ?high ttaaal Poader It wall Aa to what Mr, alia* Judge, Nelaoo J Waterbury aaya a Sent the bnataeea. we tegard It aa all boeh? e myatari one aad ladeaeribahl* article la whieh that gentlemaa baa beea deal lag all hla political life. Be protect* toe mneh entirely. Ltfal Intelligence. Prmnra Cent or rna Unrin Statb, J as 34 ? John H. Baady, Erq . of Maryland, aad Jamea B. Ever hart, Heq., of PMMytraala, wore admitted attorweye aad eonaaallrwa ef thla court. No. 49, John McDonogh'a eaeentnra at *L a t> patient*, ?*. Mary Murdook ei al. The argumeart of * thl* eaaa* wa* ccaUaaed by Mr. B*a|amln for the appal laae. Adjournal. Jam 26 ?Allen T. Wtlaoa Keq , of Waehiagtoa city, wa* admitted aa atton ay aad counaeller of thla court Ne 48. Joha MeDowogh'a *zecutor* et i l , arpellaata, ra. Mary Mnrdoak m al The argument of thia oatue wa* coatiaaed by Mr. Raverdy Johaaoa for the appall***. Ad journed Jak M ? .No 48. Joha MeDoangh'a executora dat.,ap pellaeta, ra. Mary Merdoek, M al. Th* argument of thl* eaaa* *f* continued by Mr. Buat for the appellaata. aJjoaraed. Cnrsr or irraiiA, J*n 24 ?No 7?, concluded. No. Ml, submitted No. M, on argument. Walker, Preat J?at, fcc . aga'aat Bank of 3 tat* of N*w Tork A. *. Claac*. cpeaaal lor appellant; Ward Bunt, oounael for recprndeat. Jau 24 ?No 76, Brown net Inst Setback. Argaad. M. 8. Bid we 11 connael for appellant: J W. Oerird. do. for respondent. The oaly other oanee to bt beerd at praeaal term of the eturl ia No 88, Waterbary agaiaat Wea*er ralt. N. BUI, Jr.. eoaaael for appellant; J. E. BarreU, do. for r*/ptnd*at. United Itatca Manhal'a OMea. ^ J** 28 .? ukmrge Kerolt ?Thome* Edwwrd dnlby wa* V arretted on a charge ef mnklag a revolt a* heart the American thlp Laadna, whan 1a th* rlrar Thamaa, oat her lart royag* from Loadoai to tbl* port. Bald to aneew.