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AFFAIRS AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.
THIRTY -THIRD oOKOKDU. MCOKD BKSSXOX. Icuatc. Washington, Feb. 1, X8aj. pmrtotra prkbkntko. etc. Mr Hitabt, (dem.j of Mich , presented the memoria' of Edward Riddle, of Boston, asking '.or remuneration fur hia service* at the Wcrld'a Fair, Loudon, 1861. Referred to the C'jmnilttee on Finance. Mr Si ivaru, (free toil) of N Y., presented the petition of Alfred G Benson, of Brook It n, asking for compensa tion for damages sustained in taking guano from the Xiobos l-'ands. under the sanction of the United States. Mr. Skh akj> also prevented the petition of Harvey Rald vin, asking for the final abolition of slavery, provided It can be done consistently with the rights of slavery, and fn duty to the slave. lie proposes that a portion of the territcrv acquired from Mexico be set apart for coloniz ing the African race in this couutry, aud that the pro ceeds of t'ie public domain, including the mineral wealth of California, and oth-r territory thus acquired, be ap plied by the Colonization Society. Mr Dawson's bill for establis ling a gas company in the District of Columbia was read twice. wkkkly mail to ca ukorm a. Mr Skwakji, from the Committee on Po?t Office* and Po t Roaus. reported the following joint resolution: ? That a weekly mail to and from San Francisco, from souie jh> nt oj th? Mississippi, be established; the trip to be tourteen days, the postage on the letters to bs fifty cents per half ounce, aud pre paid, the mail not to weigh tver two hundred pounds, and the remuneration to be * x thousand dollars a trip; and if from any cause the ma l be de'.ayed beyond sixteen days, the pay of that i.r'.p 'o be forfeited. Three successive delays bevon 1 that time to cause a forfeiture of the contract. Thecontract to be coaiuencod within one year, aud to be continued five years ll??'' and ordered to be printed. PCHUC RCIUIIKOH IX MILWATKIP. Mr. Donc.K, (nem ) of Wis., call-d up the bill chancing the sppropriatlcn fur the erect on *? f building* at Mil wauk'e lor a CuKtom|HnuM, Foi?t Office and L'uited -tat-* Court, Passed. VE8FFI.8 I1KC.ISTKH8. Mr. SiwARri. from the Committee od Commorcj, ri j) . ted t'ie bill to change the name of the Russian built *uii' ??n-a Anna and also the bill to grant a register to the American ships FrimUiu 1'ierce and John Holmes THK FRENCH SPOLIATION BILL. The Senate then refused to take up the French Spo liat'Gn t>ii 'jy yeas 16, nays 2!' ' 'I UK ARMY APPHOPHI \T10Jf BILL. Tile "onjideration of the army appropriation bill wa^ rf'HUtied Mr. Nul l l>s said ? My amendment calls for four regi m nts of regulars. Mr. Hunter's for two|of regulars and liva hundrea volunteers. Mine would b? quite as cheip. The volunteers would be sufficient to excite war, but uot to carry it on Along, uninteresting and cesultory cebate then fol lowed, oL the force to be employed against tie inditas wlr.ch resulted in the passage of the following amend ment olT* red b; Mr. Shields ? That tbere snail be added to the i.rmy two regiments of infantry and two of caval ry. to lie organized as in the e\isting force, and that th? cfficir* and men authorized by this act snail be entitled to the same provisions for wo>.nd" and disabilities, aud the 8?m* provisions lor widows and children, and th? eutne allowances and benefits In every respect as are al lowed to uth?r troops composing the arrov of the United States. Tin Bhall lie subject to the rules and articles i>r war, and the men shall be recruited in the same man ner a? oUi;r troopf, ana with the same conditions and hatha* pc". It wi.'l be rfeollecteil that the President, in his annual intsjagc, asked for what tbis amendment of Mr. Shields now gives him; but bis recrut special message asked, in addition tbeieto, time thousand voluuteeri tor eighteen months, to xeet the present exig'tiey. Mr Brown moved an amendment to supply the volun teers required. This was voted down by veas, 1U: nays, C6 The sum of two and n half mil'ion of dollars was :n per'.ed in the blank, on the motion of Mr. Wilier, to pro ynl? tor the ?-X|*-o^i's of tni.? Increase of the army. Mr. MaIXOIiy, (dim. ) ot Fla . presented an order re questing tte Secretary of the Navy to communicate to t-jp Semite ihe results o' the recent trial of the dock and railway lutein at the Pensacoln Nsvy Yard, and whether th?*e had been accepted the government. Agreed to. M: Mai.i.ory all. pr-- ae nted a resolution in-tru'-ting the Committee on Military AlUirs to onsidor the expe diency ol providing an appropriation for a b >ard of offi cers, unih the dirt-cllin of the Secretary of War, for instructions in gunnery practice and in the preparation ? ml uae of shot, shells and other projectiles. Agreed to AniilTIOS'AL LANti MFTRICT IN CALIFORNIA. Mr Dow Idem.) ot Iowa, reported a bill creating an nd'j.tional land district in California. Read three times by uDauimous c< nsent and pa-sed. T>.LKCRAP11IC LINK TO TIIK PACIFIC. Mr Doner, then obtalce ? unanimous consent to intro iune a bill providing lor a tele^raplii ; line ci iuuiunica t on between the Mississippi river and the Pacific ocean. Read three time* and referred to the Committee on Ter ritorie* Adjourned. (loose of RitpmcntatlvM. \\ ahui.vg TO.v, Feb. 1, 1855. TKLEGRAPH TO TIIK FACIHC. The House took up 'lie b'll authorizing the construc tion of a .me of telegraph from the Mississippi or Mis ?o;ri river :o the Pacific, and tbe question was st'teil on k^ree afr to the report fron: the Committee of the Wjole on the State of the I niou 'o strike out, the enact i ag clause ? negatived. Mr. RiriiAKiiSon, (dem .) of III., then offered a substi tute for th? till. striking oi' '.he grant of two million* acrw of land reserving tbe right of way, am' extending the penal tana of the I'uileA State* over the line for iu protection. Mr JoMKB. (dem.) of Tenn.. said. hv the terms >:aed the l?ill create* the project! re a corporation in perpot'ii ty w thoa' restriction or liro tat'On. He believed this Hover;.3tt nt liaa no such power, and he therefore could ?ot vote f?r tbe proposition. I'cdei t?e operation of the previous question, the sub Mti'.ute ?as agreed to, and the bill panned b.v a vote of ll'i againa: TO. TIKNITORIAI. m WTKW! ? POLTGASIY l.> I TA1I. T?& trill ng ttrritoiiai hills were passed. The M.I <? tahllatiing the office of a Si-.rveyor General at I la :i and grantiug lands to actual ssttler* therein, wan takeu up 1h?? oc:#t!!nn?d a long debate last aes mon, .evolving The questoa of polygamy, when Mr. i Bernhiae! ;a,d the more wives a man has the more ne j for homestead*. Yeaterday, while in committee. ; tU? enacting clause was strlcaen out. which prevented i the resumpt'on of the debate. This morning the Ques tion was started en coccurr'nj In this action of the Comm.t'ee of the Whole. Mr Josw, (dem ) of Tenri . expressed a hope that the H use t?ouM pass the bill, nieteinj out the same justice to Utah ae to '.he other Te'Htorlea. Mr I'tcunii, (<Jein ) cf N Y ? la not the bill to en ?'.nrjge polvgam.v ? (Cries of ' Yea," "No, "No," I and mucij ccnfuaion Mr Kkitts (dem.) of S. C ? Is it not designed to put the people of I'tah on the hame footing aa those of otajr ! IVrritor f *v Mr. *r >.-ox, (whig) of Mo ?la polygamy recognized In ' any other Tmltorr v (Cres of "No.") Mr M( Mi llm, (dem) of Vn tnov?d to lay the bill on the table. Til* Houfe struck out the enacting clause, br a vote or 100 Hpa<n-t 74. which la equivalent to tbe loas of the I fc'l. Mr Pin i if (dem ) of Mo . trored the r?con<.Mer?t'on 0 thi'>ct intendit>g, if the motion prevailed, to propose etrttlsg oat from the hilt (he provisions donating the lands. Recently, the Exerut.ve has appointed another ( ro \ err. .r entet'tainlng different relig'itu* opinions from lir gbam Ycting. The people of I'tah have the right to complain if t'ongreaa noes not make provisions for tbe eurvey of the land* If you hi not donate the land*, giv* tifrn the privilege to bny. He wa* willing to ai ike the ?raats Mr Btssox wished to know wtithcr the friend* of the h 1 approve i of the couree suggested by the gentleman. Mr. Pimn replied, he made the auggestion without consultation. Mr. Brrmuhki. (dem.) of I'tah. preferred Mr. Phelps' motion should not prevail. Wr only, he *ai<", ask to !>? place 1 on an equal tooting with the people of other Ter ritories Mr Diwxy, (dem ) of Ohio, aaid the public interests were paramount to the consideration mentioned by the de'egatn frt>m T'ah Provision should at once be male for a survey of the lands In that Territorv. Mr. Havkv (wMg) of N. Y. concurred in the riewa of Mr Disney lhe House objected to the bill beeauae of the domestic institution in t'tah. which tolerates biga my. lie thought the House ought to meet the question now. Be desired to move an additional section, disap ?tOTing and declaring null ami void all the laws in the erritnry, allowing a maa to have more than one wile at a time Votcw ? "That'i right " Move it." fcc Mr. McMrii-n waa willing to jive the people or I'tab all tb?y are entitled to, but would not grant land* until t jey eract a code of good moral - Mr Phelpa' motion was agreed to ?r. projK>?ed a aubst tote for the hill merelv retaininit the provisions relative to the establishment ?if the oBce of a Surveyor General In I tah, and granting t?nds for achool and university purposes. He moved toe prer <ma qoeetion. Mr H*?w appealed te him to withdraw his motion en that he m'.gnt substitute an amenuaent of the char acter he bad indicated. Mr lUMmY fully appreciated the commendable real of t'-ie gentlrman to'plaoeon record his opinion of Mnrtnon tarn. bn*. tbia wa* not the time He ( Mr. Diaaoy) wished t< exclude all eztranecna matter*. M- I'laaer's amendment waa adopted, and the bill paaaed Til* T?at?K. Mr move.1 that the Hoaee go Into committee <?n the bill redac ag tbe tariff: but suk>e|iiantly. after SKiiae conversation, withdrew the matioa, giTing notice 1 itat be will reastr it as a teat question on next nedeee ?>*v T.s Ilouae then aijonrneil Oar WaShlngtan ( arrrependenre. WAsimoTox. Jan. 31. 1 fhi Pre*idml and tk' T'?* GortrnvrtMp ? Hit Sj/mpi rty/<* Brifkmm Tim ng ? ffkf (Uwiri suptot ??e Ap printM? /brwrv t rrtxpftfi v Salt Lai ? IVtli thr Rrmch SpdiMtim Bill bt t'eoH/? Tht T<un> Orb! BiU The Bligadier Pre*' lent hai m >r? ibtew Ineas, in some Matters, tUaa he has cred t for by the pnblic generally He waacoMtaatly imperii n?. by 'he place luntera and I'teir fr>n4a aad tbe traders of flliaola aad Missouri f* M ketweia *t?eeun aad ifcuftr aaaai rii i nia, to remove Brigham Young, the Governor of Utah Territory. He did not wish to comply with these impor tuntieH. He did not like to displace Biigham Young Still he did not wish to set the ill-will and the opposition of those who were constantly importuning hiin to re move the bigamist. So, to seem willing and anxious to please and gratify them, and at the tamo tioA to *o act in the matter aa to give pleasure to Brigham Young and his friends and to secure to Brigham a perntanace in his office, the Brigadier President appoint* Colonel Steptoe, of the army, Governor of Utah, knowing po?i tirtly all the time that the gallant colonel will not ac cept the appointment, and that Brigham Young will bold on to his office until some other person shall be ap pointed to supersede him, who will accept the appointment and be qualified However much this step may prove re volting to the moral sense of the American public, it bas been deliberately taken by the President of the United States (with perhacs the advice of his friend Fo?rey) with the view of continuing Brigham Young in his office, and of making good Brigham 's boast, that "lit them appoint iny successor and 1 will still be Governor of I'tali." Mr. Burnhisel. the delegate in Congress from Utah if he ? ill speak bis true sentiments on the subject, will not deny tnat he was satisfied the President did not de sign the displacement of Brigham Young at the time he appointed Colon?l Stvptoe, of the army, to that post. Colonel Forney is yet a young man. We have all read his letter to llobertg on the subject of the torrest di vorce case. It may be that he will yet thrive in Utah when that Territory shall become a State of this Union. His principles, as expressed in the letter to Roberts, will be no bsr to hia advancement among the bi<amists. But what become < of the censures of the Brigadier and hit) partisans hurled against the lute President Fillmore for appointing such a man as Brigham Youug to ;he gubernatorial chair of Utahr What will Colooel Step toe conclude when his appointment, which is now pur posely ljfuu over at Independence, Missouri. and cinnot reach linn for a month yet? what conclusion will lis come to relative to the use which has been made of bis name, snd the motivt therefor ? Ilie Presi isnt may or may not veto the French Spolia tion bill. If he dares tuke the responsibility, he will veto 'he bill. It will square with his votes on the ?ub ject whilst lie was io Congress. The fact that his most elevated and ii, tig ate friends, Harry Hilibtrd an I .loan C. itreckenrldge, strenuon?ly opposed the bill, gl??s an inulra'ion that he may apply the veto, the Evening Star predicts that lie will do it, and it is well kuown that Mr. t-'ecietary Guthrie will object to the pijm.-ut of the French Spoliation claims, because it will take a lar^e sum out of the treasury, and because Mr. Guthrie thinks and believes that he is three times as great a man with thirty m lllons in the treasury as he would be if there wer> but ten millions there. The Texas debt hill, which passed the Senate at the last sesrion, is ma le the order of th* day in the House for Tuesday next. It will most probably p??s Tae creditors arc almost all here, and are for the bill as it stands So is i lie State of Texas understood to be. Messrs. Major Holman. General I-eslie Combs. Suit, Whitney, Corcoran, and other creditors, all seem to be satirlied that they will tow receive home remuneration for l heir heavy cutluys. UNCLE SAM. [Correspondence of the Post.] Wa?'d;C"HlVithh?vW^rWhiCh m1" of iStb^oSi ? "fa HS?fSig|S;: prater t?rritori?l acn?WM?. . g0tlMln(r f,,r 8tiu T^xX^i th? HtwSSrHrT^^ ami in this i UafntV?? i?f ^ ?ptMe0l<w ,t!P,> by tbe Committee on Commerce Tnd it w?ll Maine "" ,0"'bl,e in the Hou-e by Mr. Full ?r oi aSMrMS'jssa will be allowed fround orfop^?"5Mon^<bth?t','enher" ,in'' Tb* sir-""' ? SllolnSmVorkfo^ Po,, Office and Court T?ITtrLSf,7r _ 1 Iran Mint herewith a report of rh- Se.-retai-v nf ?? :SSS?i |SS?sSi S15SSSS Wwhington. January 24. myRASKUS VlERCE IV KJn" f'^ rttd^V^Vf urt, ?^cV:nb1?h7.LotI.r,^u,i,,phu- *? tm .irt'J JV"! be 11 fur,bercnact^d, tint the President olber,v.,e./.ui(.?bleC\UiU.t0fofc? M-' V p1"r-ba"e or court bou?. ,'?7 ^'oi/ea in" bfcL^f ST*, *? ??HSSrr SHSESS^SSWSB .0^ " in order to. inore ^tK^i.T'! the. P?*"* euita'ilebeu fof "l^Tod the^I 4 " of 'be property offered ' We therefore proceeded to Philadelphia, New Vork ??l The** jointly demand that the p-.?t office* a. wel .. tbelni.ed St.tea Court,, be D?r ? ? ?X' ii!!rr !;?<"??? n*~ mzBssm ^C"T '*,r " c^> *rproprlatlon? a? it mav?2i? dom,^. proper to utak, in fuI6Iffi.nt ofitf^i It ; ii jran*?ted that the lntere.ta of the Tol'ad ?ta'e. =ss?-^ '* und rl'I. t.?iuit. ? A 1 br(rk *n'' flp* Pf?"f- plain ?'i;^?,s?sif,vrr, :x.< ?>?? ^ ?? P-'M'e buil'lin^ .t other and ?.rLs9"F'ns< th.r.n?;.,e^ u? ""' ,B*" ?"??'??. "'1 altboufh not po??1blM to moral* on l.l'l / iDcrM'io* '? <? P'lhllc intrtr.i. result* ' ,UCh buUdl?>** ?? the jlaint. the room. now bem, t J . tf" J0?' tirrly bn?uit?d for the i?L. urf fc*?? *n done at that offlee. '?erea?icg bunioeac In New York the building o?ed for a P?.t nm. , : w ?ny re. pert*. whntH jnfltte.t tor V. " " B* mon. ?her? there I* ?|M ,. r,-I i.i" r5?** " the roont* no? or?aB4?,< , , t|,e p (J*** ? mall. and. b^Mea, L.? Uly " T o?e of pan 'n tbe day time. ' * M to the W? have the honor to be. ?ir, rerr <? t "be -fent ?et> ant? ' ' ? w?P*rtful.y. your B"BKRT M rTI.Kl.l AVT>, Seeretarrrf tk-t < < JAMM CAMPBW I (Jeneral ?OT*i>rx* or mwpmij for * vtr for * r??r?T ?orw AND fOt?T OKFI( I IN MX fITT 0V^ ''LJ ,"Mr Ynnef Tr?a?nre' of ?he Refrrmerf P., <rt"ts* CUurc*? tu<i t?wu<L?g (H f .|i4| a: v occupied by the po?t otflce, w.tunled by 1M feet 8 niche* ua Nassau street lul ; -et 8 inches on Cedar street, 115 feet 9 inches on Liborty -treet, and br ?bout 173 feet on tbe north easterly side. containing about 20.250 square feet, (or $520,000 No. 2 By Martin E Thompson ? Property kno ?n aa tbe Clinton Hotel, having a front of 50 feat on Btakman street, with a depth of 104 feat, containing 5,200 square feet, for 150,000 No. S. By N. Hill Fowler ? A lot having 186 feet 1 inch on Nafiiau street 144 feet 8 inclm on Iteekman street, 100 feet 1 inch on Park row, and 61* feet 10 inches on street, containing about 26,609 11-12 square feet, for 309,135 No. 4. By Maker & Weeks and Martin E. Thomp son ? Lot 151 feet deep, extending through frrm Chambers to Keade street, having a front on each of 125 feet, containing about 18,875 squure feet, for 400,150 No. 5 liy .lames B. Glentworth ? A lot 'ranting 00 feet on Broadway and 124 feet 2 inches on Keade street, containing about 20,000 square feet, for 550:000 No. ?. By Porter McCsrty and Thomas 8. Gibbs ? Gotbic Hall, formerly Masonic Hall, on lot on boundary between Pearl and Ituane streets, fronts 50 ftct on Broadway, depth '25 feet, rear breadth, 125 feet ? in all 7, .'>00 square feet ; offers to rent for $1 60 per square foot per annum. No. 7. By Cbauneey Bernard? ;ot on Broadway, between Anthony and Leonard streets, contain ing 16.000 square feet, for 200,000 ! No. 8. Also, a lot extending from Anthony to Leonard street, midway between Broadway and Church street, containing 10.700 square feet for 22G,000 No. 0 By Mortimer Livingston ? Lot fronting 200 feet on Church street. 100 feet on Antbonv ? twet, and 100 feet on Leonard street ? 20,000 sqvare fe^t, for 160,000 No. 10 By A slier Kurshtial ? Let 194 feet deep, extending from Lispenard to IValker street, with a Iront of 256 feet on each, containing about 60,000 square feet, for ,100,000 No. 11 By J. B Glentworth ? l ot fronting 60 feet on Broadway at J 150 feet on White street, about 7, COO square feet, for 300,000 No. 12. By J 8 Glentworth ? Lot fronticsc 199 feet 6 inches on Broadway, depth 150 feet, bounded by Bond street on one side md Great J<iie? street on the other, about 30,000 square feet, for 450,000 No. 13 By J. It. Glentworth ? Lot fronting about 180 feet on Fourteenth street 20ti one I'niver'ity place. 203 feet on Thirteenth street, containing about 40.000 square '"ot. for 550,000 No. 14 By J B. (iienworth ? Lot fronting 202 feet 9 inches on Brcat way, 313 feet 2 nches ou Twenty-third street, and 301 'eet 4 inches on Twenty-fourth street about 63,000 square feet, tor 42f 000 No. 15. By Rugsley k Raynor and Fowler & Fr?n* Jyn agents ? lot 208 feet on Broadway. 1P7 feet (i inches on 8i\th avenue. 1H9 feet on THrty flrst street, and 92 feet on Thirty-second s'reet. about 26,000 square feet, for 220 000 AFFAIRS AT THE STATE CAPITAL. NEW YORK LEG ISl..\Tl'It K , Senate. At.batt, Feb. 1, 1855. BII.U* KKPOHTKD. For 4 cbd iI from Long LaLs to Hudson. To extend tbe pre emption r'ghti of the Sackctt's Harbor and Saratoga Hail road Mr Siikbrili. reported adversely to tlie bill to prchibit liauks discounting on surpiusses. laid on the table. BANKING SKCrRITllB. Notice was given of a bill to prohibit bcuds and mort gages being taken as banking securities. Ill 1.1* I'AKMKI). Authorizing the Superintendent ol Ban* Department to invest mnop; belonging to the Bank Fund To enable tlj?? Fire Points House of industry School to participate in the School Fund. Mr. Bisho)', a b-.ll relative to certain trusts This bill relates to the tenure of chui?h property among the Shakers. Mr. Orohiiy desired this bill to go to the Select Com mittee having charge of Mr. Putnam's Church Property bill. If Ibe bill to prevent ecclexiastics holding the title to ciurch property was to become a law he argued that those of the Catholic profession should not be singled out a* the only denomination to whi m it should be ap piied lie waa in favor of the pmciplc that the title to ali chu'ch property shall vest ia trustees only, hut it must be made general In its application in order tj se cure his approval If app led to the Catholics th-u an ply it to the Ihitrsh Peform and all ctber churches He "hen xoved the bill to the Select Commutes, and the motioD was adopted. OKXKRAL ORDERS. The biil authorizing tie c:ty "f Brroklyn to brrrow money fcr soho >1 purposes, was also ordered to a third reading. Also the hill to -Incorporate 'he Tru*tee?of the funl f>r t'ae lelief of the Inliran and disables clergvuitn of the Kpiscopa! church Adjourned. AMtfibly. Alba.w Fob. 1, 186E. DANK REPORTS. Tbi annual reports of the Bloomlngdale aad R^rne Bar ings Umk" -wer-' received. DERATE OX THfc SENATORIAL QIMTIOX. T'lis being general order day. Mr. Waorr asked consent that tie resolution tf Mr Petty relative to the United States Senatorship. up yesterday, be :aken up, .n order that Mr. Leigh might complete liis remarks. Granted. Mr Lehib concluded lit speech commenced yesterday. Mr ITfrrr moved tba. ".he further consideration of this resolution be trade the special order for to morrow oorn- i iug, Immediate. y after the reaiio^ of the journal Mr. Hkai>i.k\ move.: that the House proceed with the ' di'curslon now. Carried. The question before the House was on the acenlment | mov*d by Mi Hull when the -(solution was up yester- | cay to and after the word "true to the cause of human freedom. ' so that It should read tiat tli? legislature should vote for a man - ho is true to tne cause of human freedom, the interests of toe public, the State. &c. Mr Hkadlkt had thought this resolution o' a general nature which would pa*s by unanimous consent He could see and acknovledue tfae g<M>d qualities of any o.tf. Bnt lie wa? strongly interested against men who we;e more political tricksters? n?e*? who used rc'rality for bas" purposes, and cheat by commandment. He had been waited upon by a gentleman, and asked If lie would not introduce such a resolution ns this, so that lie m ght speak upon it He had replied no But on his return lie found the resolution here in the House. It had been spruug upon the House, ostensibly by sn enemy of Mr Seward, but !ts true source was i friend of .Mr Seward. He (Mr. H.) hited such trickery He had heard that there was to be bar pain anc sale between temperance men snd Seward men, but h' would have nothing to do with it. Mr H. re ferred to the p"sition of Governor Seward on the school question and held that if bis ri-coiiimendation was car tie l nat we wculd have CatBolic schools. Presbyterian schools, Methodist schools, Ac., but nj common schools, Mr Lhoii asked if the gentleman would give way. Mr HuAitirj ? No, sir. 1 have lieen used once Mr- Lekiii ? I rise to a point of order Mr. Wager ? 1 insist thit the point of order 'ha'l he wr:tt?n down Mr. I.kicih ? I can write it Mr Fkrdos ? Write it, thea. Mr I.mon, rising to stste his poiai rf order, llie Chair (Mr H'.atcbfon*) ? The gentleman must re duce bis point of t rder to writing Mr I.Fiun ? I take exceptions to the ruling of the Chair, and will state my reasons Mr Petty? The gentleman must reduce his poist of order to writ'ng Mr. Ijuoh? I rise to a question of privilege The Chair ? The gentleman will state his question of privilege. Mr, Inm then proceeded to ?ay that he bad called on the gen' ieman from Oene.ee (Mr Steven*. ) and had ask?d b;m to offer a -esolution, thar he might dettae his pasltion (Several nif mb< rs here rose ani inquired if this was a questirn of privilege ) Mr I .kiwi ? I hsve dene. Mr f1*vpi thea explained t'jat the gentl-man bad appl e! to him iu the manner s'ated and he Jed 'ell inta the trap? a trap of tbe grossest pei tidy He ha'l taken the resolution to tbe gentleman from Sew York to otTer it. He regretted to say aqa'.n. that unsuspectingly he lisd fell into the trap. Mr Pvm ? I am glad this has occurred. It only stows how low lome people can stoop to accomplisa an end. Mr F krkox? Hie Bible' Mr HtAMJcv th?n j roceeded to a conclusion, stating tbat he could not vote for Mr. 8* ward Mr C. P. Joiixsox asked why this resolution of instruc !fon was offered, instructing numbers how to vots on this Senatorial question* Were not members Instructed when they were elected" Mr .I then proceeded in re view of the course of Mr Seward Mr. f*r*wura was in favor of the resolution and the amtndmcnt both. In casting bis v?te he should not cast it for a man because he was a member of the whig party : he should cast it for the man whom he con sidered as representing most nearly his principles and | the first of these was anti-slavery. Mr 8. tten pro- j c?eden to argue that this nation was an aatl-slavery na tion, commencing wit'u the struggle for independent i and going down with everv act throughout the history of tbe country, claiming that the great American prin- I ciple was contrary to slavery H<- also argued at length that tbe doctrine of "higlier law' was the only doctrine ot safety to any joveroment whatever. It underlaid all other law; tase it away and government sinks late cbaos. Mr. K.mah* ettirely dissents', from the views put forth hy the gentleman from Monroe, (Mr. StebfeinO and if be was to be regarded as the exponent of the sentiments of Mr. Seward, oe (Mr. E) mold not. under aoy clream stances, vote for lilm. If all our laws were to be enacted under tbe ' higher law." as expounded by the gentle man. wliat would be !he consequence tu our govern trent"- Mr E was w III eg to abide by the " higher 'aw,'" but tbat law itself enjoined it upon'us to obev the powers tbat be. Mr . LrniJUOHN (tb* Speak*-) held that the State of New York owed it to bsrseif and to the cause of freedom to re elect Win. H. Seward We ajnul* thrsw off party t ea and elect Uls man We caxe not bore to make po liticians, let us forget that we are whlgs or democrat*, sad vote for freedom and homanitv It had been said there had been bargalr and sale Mr. Hkaiiikt? W^at I sai l was that I had heard there was barga'n aud sale. Mr. l.Trn*?onx -Then, air, rumor is a liar Mr L. then proceeded to say that ec far as oatha were concern ? j ed no oath to co-Tmlt a dishonorable act was bind :pf, and point* d out ca?e* in which a maa would clearly bis 1 ju'tifled in di>regardinf such oaths. Mr LASiroar? Eave yon not taien say csth* Mr. I.rrnjjoii*? You will hear enough about oath*. M? I went cn to discuss the obllfario?* of certain | oaUu. Mr. bAitn denied that there was any understanding, I on bis part, with repard to the temperance bill and the election of Menntor Seward But he confessed that he wai under an obligation with regard to the Senntor i-hip? an obligation made by the conviction* of his I be ail and heart. He wa* not cognizant of th? man ner la which thia resolution waa introduced. It I was here, and he denied the right of thoie intro ducing it to prevent others from expressing their sentiments upon it. For himself be woufj say tint the I man who waa to get hi* vote for Senator must come up i on the platform of American principles. He muat not ' come upon a narrow and bigoted platform He mu-t be in favor of freedom, and opposed to the encroachment* I of slavery and tvranny. Another principle was the free | toleration of all religions. It was the great doctrine upon which this goverxmant waa established, and he ! wa^ astouisbed tc see men connag here with sentiments goltg to abridge that doctrine This great doctrine ia :ncorporated in the fundemenlal law of the I'nitsd States. For three y?ars the country 1 i ved without thia doctriue. but in that short space of time it waa ascertained that it vas ten- scary, and in 1789 the conatitution was amend e3 in that particular. He waa not ashamed to s'and where Washington and JeiTeraon stood on thia question. AgaiD, in 1846 the people of this State thought it republican ???d American to allow the frse enjoyment of rehgisn. Tlie man who was to receive his vote for I Senator must be a man in whoie heart benevolence and I justice resided. And he could say that in the atta of 1 Wiiliam H. Seward ha had seen both benevolence and justice. A law h:t.i been passed by which the children cf foreigners, torn here, should be forced to renain here, if th#ir parents desired to go heme. William H. 8eward interposed a veto to this law. He referred to the dicta tions of secret societies, and asled who was at the bot tom of this movement? He would tell who it was. and he challenged denial It waa a man who was at Syra cuse, on hit knees, begging for the whig nomination for Governor. Mr Pin t moved that the resolution l>e made the I special orier tor to-morrow morning. Carried. Ad journed. City Politico. THE DEMOCRATIC BARD PHKI.L GENERAL COMMITTEE. A meeting of the Democratic Hard Shell General Com mittee wa" hen! last n'ght at Stuvvesant Institute, Horace F. Clark, President, in the chair; John Y. Sa vage aod Peter R. Sweeny acting ax Secretaries. Thsre was a full attendance of the committee. The inspectors appointed to conduct the contested elect ons in "he Fourteenth ward, reported. through their chairman E D. Glover, the following: names as being duly elected:? F. F. Suydam. Patrick Barnea and Daniel O'Meara The report waa accepted. A committeee was appointed, consisting of Messrs. Aldec. B'aite and Al'en to draft resolutions expressive of the sense of the committee as to the a tion of the State Central Committee 'i'tey retired, am', on returning re ported the following resolutions, which were ad jpte i ? Wlereas. the Democratic Republican General Com mit4** of the city an.2 county of New York view with sa'isfactioti the proceedings of the National Democratic Republican Ccnriai Committee at their late session at the City of Albany ; the ro'ore Resolved, That "we cordially endcr?e and sustain the consistent and resolute course adopted by the Demo cratic Sttte Central Committee, and pledge to tti? electors of the State the steadfast adherence of the democrats of New York to those ptinciplea which have guided their actions since the trtaehery of the Van Burena and the pusillanimous weakness of Franklin Pierce.plsced tbeni n antagoni'm to a MctiOB of thl once harmonious de mocr*cy, now misled by the adherents of Van Buren'1 treason and Pierce'" corruptions. Resolved, That while we are gratified at the numeri cal strength of the national democrae" of the State, as displayed in the Cotgres:-:onal canvass, we point tht democrats ot the State with pride to the result of that canvass in this city and county, and announce to the State that New York giTes to" the national democracy 4.000 majority on the Congressional issue, over the free so'l and soft shell vote Resolved, That we request nni urge the delegates from this c ty. ic the State legislature, to vote for a tborough national democrat fcr the office of I'nited States Senator, and to sustain their candidate until a Senator is elected. Resolved, lha* a committee from this body be ap pointed to ge to Albany to confer with the members of tfca Legislature from tUis city upon the most effective measures to carry into effect the nbov> resolution. Aiterthe transaction of some other unimportant busi ness the commit toe adjourned. THE SOFT 8H3l.Ii 0INE3AL COMMITTEE. A meeting of thu ccmmi'.tee was held last night at Tammany Hall Robert Kelley in the chair, and James L. Benedict and Alfrei Chancellor acting as secretaries. The bustncsF transacted was of very little Importance It relatsd merely to Bnsncal matters! Tb* committees for the ensu.ng year were also nomi nated It N understood that immediately after the a<:iourn mert of C. ttr?s< , n mass meeting "will be held in Tam many Hall, to fu'e, if poiaiMe all sections of the party, (ieneral Ca>-s bas been invited, and has accepted the iivitstioc to be present. It ia understood that Juige Douglas will a"so be present. Police Intelligence. CIUKOK OF I'ORUINO A RECEIPT. Officer Ru? of the lower poUce court, arretted a nun Qatniii Janes T. I.ete, stockbroker, of 130 Brcadway, cbargid with having, on the ccmpliint of Math it* P. Coon*, with having 1 .rged lilts cams to a receipt for #!>no It UalW-gcd vn the piirt of the cotppUintnt that aom? 'imf ago ' e commenced a suit against the accused In t be Superior ( ourt for the recovery of $20,000 for his :d tf rest n a pstent -ail ca' brake, which war denied on the part o( lete who produced the $?' 00 rece'pt of Mr. Coon* purporting to have heen a settlement of all his interest In tbe patent Huht for t>i? nunc Mr. Coon* now deciares the roceipt to he a fortery, and perpetrated with 11 ? inter. t to cheat ar.d defraud him out ?( his just demands On the complaint of Mr. Coon* the ac ciiRod *a? arrested and talon before Justice Oswirce, who held him tor examination on the abo\e charge. A FINE CHaNCI FOR THIEVES. Yestsrcay nrorning a man named Dennis Burna wa* bro.gbt int: the Third district police court. K?s. * Mar ket charged with Intoxicnticn In the possession of Burn* oa* found over five bun 'red dollars in gold, which be had drawn the da? prev.ous Irpm a Wall street hack, and whlec he carried loosely in his pccktt while pernm bula'.irg ti e city on bis t?ur of pleasure. Barns had as a comi'snlon oa tin* n ght one .fobn Oarrau, who get ting *"p*rated from itm, was aim 'alien to the police court (or intoxication. w.,er? he was astonished to meet Bu-ns in the same unpleasant trsdicament. Tlie magi* trate. after reprimanding both prisoneia for their con duct on the nlg>t prsvicua, set them at liberty on Bums paying fine for being intoxicated. CHARGE OF STEALING GOI.P COIN. A woman named Julia Brown was arrested yesterday bv officer Jurbof. of the Third dlatrict police court charge:! o*- tli ecomp'aint of John Ru*h r<-*id ng at the j corner <f l'iiat aveoue and Third street with having . atden #160 in American gold. The complainant states . that the accutrd broke open h!s trunt am; carrier off the g Id. 0* arresting the prisoner $210 of the alleged stolen ni<"tey was found in her possession She was 1aktr beforj .luetics Wood, who committed her for ex aa'^atlcn. ( BARGE OF R0DBFRY. An English sailer, named William Jones, was arretted yesteruay, charged with liaviaff, along with others. a* sault d anJ robb?d Robert Patten of 39 Cherry afreet. The ccmp'auiant alleges that about five o'cloct yeater clav mr.initig be was knocked down and stripped "cf his cxthli g and what money he had in hia possession by the piisoner and others not yet arrested Junes was taken before Justice Osborne cf the lower police court, who c.mmittei him for trial, in default of $1,100 bail. CII ARGEP WITH PARSING COI'NTIRFEIT MOSRY. A s.vlor named Edwari! Terlckson, wa* arrested yes ttrday by officer Carey, of the Fourt- ward police, charg ed with bav'ng passed a counterfeit one dollar bill on the Mechanic*' Bank of Newburyport, (Mas*.) to C. Lee, bar *eoder cf a .risking saloon at 'J02 South street It :s alleged that I ???in . ? n came into tbe store in question and called for a glass of liquor. ofTerej the counterfeit :a pay msnt. and that on his arrest another counterfeit of tbe sane kind was found la his possession Justice Oskorn? committed the accused for trial, is default of bail TO THE IDTTOR OF TI1K II TRAIT. Nicw Yore, Keo. 1, 18ii. In year isaue of the 30th ult.. vou have ac art.c> headed " Curie u? Kacbezzleir.ent Caarge, ' wherein we are represented as having en berried th.rty-one sheep, property of Allred Jamison, of Pf>2 Greenwich street, and tor which we were arrested. We now ask you to inform the public that this charge was wholly unrounded: that Jamison misrepresented the lactate the police juitice and by that ni?ana obtained a warrant for our arrest, and that upon investigating the charge tbe Police Justice dismiss ed the complaint, and dischargel a* honorably. The tae: is, that instead of onr embezzling aheep cr money, tbe property of said Jamison, the latter is in c ebted to u* in a considerable amount, and wiahin r to set rid of bis obligatiocs to pay us. he had recourse to this cowardly and unmanly coarse We Have noti ng but oar good name to rely" upon fcr the means of support, and we have heretofore maintained that good name un sullied. ant expect to continue to do so. Weahall there fore tliank you to publish this statement of our*, as we aresatlsBed you wouU not wish to be a party in the com - niiMion of a wroag uron poor, hard wsrk.ng men. Yours, re'pccttuiiv, MICHAEL O'BRIEN, JAMES BCTLER. P. 9 ?Tbe counsel who appeared for u* before the Magistral*, I W. Clark and I horns* H. Hur'.ey, Eaqri., can corroborate the above statement. United States District Attorney's OflBce. FV.b 1 ? The Masaaci:usetts still continues in th? cus tody of the C, 8. Marshal. Tbe District Attorney has directed tbe captain, O. W. Gooderlch to be heid to bail ia the -urn of S1.000 for false invoices, her manifest not beirj In accordance with her clearan.e. Great Tikes in Minnesota.? The Governor of Minnesota la in a flx On the assembling of the Legisla ture. Governor Gorman refused to deliver hl^ message, fcr the reason at waa supposed that the Constitution mi 5e it obligatorv immediate! v thereafter to elect a pub lic printer, and t^e choice of tne members, it waa under stood, waa !n favcr of a pe per opposed to his Excellency Subsequently he consented tn send in his message, and tbeti the Legislature decline ! to receive It, on the sap pos. <1 ground that they are expecting a new Governcr along to take Gc veraor Gorman * place. Bis message howeisr, haked out. and has been printed la all the papers, while, up to the 10th. it had sot been oBcially eenveied. We learn from the of tbe lotk instant , that a mas by the same of Collins, as auotioseer of t*? Paul, called ca Governor Gorvsan upon business, tn the course of which as aUercatk e ensued, which cmted by the Governor kscrkisg ' elite* down The Go .^.bs; u: Itia. i?uM :u Ui'.rx. Married, On Thursday, February 1, by Rer. M. I.usk. JOHJf tHjriKK. Jr , of New York, to MakuaKit P., daughter of Col. Joseph Dodd. of Jer-ey City. In Brooklyn, on Wednesday, January 31, by Rer. A. Elmendorf. Jobn Grcxdt to Anna Sophia, only daughter of Ool. J. J. Manning. On Tuesday, January 30, at tlie l~aited States Hotel, Philadelphia, bv Rer. Abel C. Thomas, C. J. Mao Lkllan to Adflaiot. only daughter of Col Win. P. Smith On Wecneiday, January 1)1, by the Rer. Dr. Harrell, of Maryland, ffk H. Bolhroox, Esq., late of Dublin, to Adklaidb. eldest daughter of Henry Hays, Esq., late of Warwick House, Regent street, I nsdon. On Thursday, Jauuary 25, at the Vale of Cedars, the residence ot the bible's mother, by the Rev. R.O. Br link, Mr. Alixanee* 0. Morgan to Mag, (laughter of the late Col. T. A. Russell, of Lexington, Kv. Died, On Thursday, February 1, Jamsm O. Ward, in the 51st y?ur c-l Irs age. His fiiends and those of the family are invited to at tend hi? funeral, from his late residence, No. 61 Irving place, on 8un<iay afternoon, at two o'clock, without fur ther invitation. His remains will be tulteu to Greenwood for interment. Ou Thursday, February 1, at his residence, No. 104 Green street, ?"f a lingering illness, He:.nry C. Aujcn, aged 51 years. His funeral will take plare to morrow afternoon, at one o'clock. The friends and acquaintance* are respect fully invited. Oa \\ trine s' lay'. January 31, Damkl O'Mjsara, aged 30 years, 2 mouths and 3 days. The relatives and friends of the family, and the mem bers of Knpinr Company No. 40. are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Sunday afternoon, at one o'clock, from his late residence, No. 2 Centre market place, with out further invitatloz. On Wednesday, January 31, of consumption, John W?. Carr, in the 28th year of bis age. The fritnds of the family, and tlie members or the Me chanics' Benevolent Society, are respectfully invited t<? attend the funeral, from his late residence, No. 253 First avenue, this afternoon, at half past. t?? o'clock. His remain* will be taken to Mount Calvary. Dublin papers please copy. On Thursday, February 1 Margaret Bakuki*, aged 2 years, 4 morth- ar.d 14 days. Her funeral "ill take place from the residence of her fatuer. John Barrett, No. 76 Orange street, this after coon, at half past one o'clock. The friends ani acquaint ances are respecttully invited to atteud, without further notice On Thurfdsy morning. February 1, Hkstkr. youngest daughter of Van I'ollem. aged 1 year and 11 months. Ihe funeral will take place this morning, at ten o'clock, ftom the residence of her parents, No. 268 East Broad (^i Thura? sy. February 1, of hydrocephalus, Ao.vies ! EtiLANTlNl, infant daughter of J. Doremus aud Phebe Ann Mills, aged 3 Tears, 1 month and 28 days. The friends of the family are invited to attend the fu neral, without further invitation, to morrow afternoon, at one o'clock, froc: No. 24 West Thirty-sixth street. Alter a short illness, at her late residence, No. 132 Ninth street, Makia Catherine:, the beloved wife of Eu gene Brue. Her remains were tempoiarily deposited in the vault of Calvary Cemetery. Suddenly, on Thursday, February 1, Patrick, son of Richard anil Mary fcheeley, aged 3 years, 3 months and 16 days. The' friends of the family are invited to attend his fu neral from the residence of his parents, No. 101 Madison street, at one o'clock this afternoon. On Thursday, February 1. of inflammation of the bow els Mary E. Pkkrisk, wife of William C. Perrine. Particulars in to morrow's paper. In l'rookiyn. on Thursday afternoon. February 1, Grack Helen, only daughter of" George Henry and Graoe P. Si>gbe?, aged 2 years and 23 days. The friends of the family, those of Edward Hughes, Esq. and James M. Plumb. Esq., are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, to-morrow afternoon, at two o'clock, from the residence of her parents, No. 70 Hands street , corier of Jay street, without further notice. In Rofs street, Brooklyn, near Williamsburg, at the wdence of his brother-in law, Am>hrw Euan, in the 24th j ear of his age. The" fiiends of the family are particularly requested to attend his funeral, on Sunday attern'jon, at two o'clock. In Brotklyn on Thursday. Fcbtuary 1, of icarlet fever, Alicia. daughter of Hartlett and Mary A. Smith, of Washington Heights, a gee ft years and 5 months. The futeral will take place this aftcruoon. at two o'cloci, Irom the corner of Montague place and Cliuton sliei t At Will'amsburg, on Thursday, February 1, Mart, wife rj J. hn M. Undine, n the 26th year of her age. The frieois and acquaintances of the family, those of G. M. Bodine. and or ber brother, Charles F. Townley, are re<pectiully invite j to attend ber funeral, to morrow mcri.iriK at ten o'clock, from her late residence, Second street between South Third and Fourth streets, witliout further invitation. A'. Mobile. A abama. on Friday, January 26. Thkodork I Gordon, ton of George Gordon, of Savannah Geo. MARITIME INTELLIGENCE. Movements of Ocean Steamer*. MMU, LEAVES roB DATS. Atlantic Liverpool New York - Jau 27 Lu.pre City Sew York Ilav and X. O..Fob. 2 Aela ...Liverpool lloaton Feb. 3 Jiottb Carolina Philadelphia. ..Liverpool...... .Feb. 3 Goorge i.a* hew York Aapinwall Feb. 5 Black Warrior N>? York Um. Int J>. O..Fob. ?! Fectflr NowY>.rk Liverpool Feu. 7 Initio Liverpool New York Feb. in I'nion.. New York Havre Feb. in Sta- of tb? Weil NewYork San Juno, Nic...Veb 12 Africa Boston llfeMMl F?b. 14 City ?> Manchsater. Liverpool I'hi *.le:nht? Feb. 14 Citada Liverpool Boaton Feb. IT Pariti) Liverpool New York Feb. 24 Hermann Siuthiinot ja... Neve York . .Feb. Z1 ALVAKAC FOK M* TOR*? THIB Dir. 9vy ?.ir? 7 09 ; moo> rim:s 40 >vk agra 8 1!' i hiuh watir V S3 Port of New York, February 1, IS-'ii. CLKARED. fbio Fiiter? Stat.- Rom. Melbourne. Rr'tt. 8' na A C" Ship Paraxon, DnnL wattr, San Francisco, Foater ,t Nick er#. n Ship North Atr.erlc.iii. Clark. Liverpool. J W Phillip*. Ship C irnclia Lawrenoo. hnapp Liverpool. J 8 Lawrence. Ship W 'i ->-an- 1 Evana Warner. London Morgan A Wiley. :->hip Thee Church. 1 avenger, Havana. Harbeck A C? Mitf L'luiiiana, Sullivan, >>'ew Orleana, Stanton A Thirnp ion Ship Corlnthiao, Oyer, Charleston J W Eltweil. Bark Eliaa limn , lirnl.u. Hamburg, T KarcL. Bri^ 1 urnsi . Garoiner, Paf tin la Grande. Moi'a Taylor A Bri? Cordelia 'Br . Milliner Ilnutaport, I) R DeWollT. iiriv 1 max, Ri?karde< n, H'ilmii ctcn, McCready, Mott A Co. Bebr Mountain Eagle, Ribllns. Cnraaoa, Dovalle A Co. S-'nrJane Infrraham, Hmki. Jncmel, Metcalf A Lovejoy. ?" :hr King Fisher. Iltopet, jit Bnrthol' mew, G I. Ilatofc. S'hr Albert Coif. Jncxaonvill-'. Th'tnpaon A Himt?r. S-hr II Ilailock, Pow. Wilmington D C Murray. fchr S P Saith. llur'ou H iliumgtoa. Dollner A P itttr. Scbr Scbr O II I'ettit. Andriwa Wilmington, B ltloiaon. !-cbr tinnier. Wblfile Kichmcn I. C II Plerion. S-hr Hamilton, Ifutkina Alemniirta. Abbott. Dodge A Co. !*< br M II Hank" Bank* Philadelphia. Hand AKirkpntrick. ft?in)er<J*orjea<reek Gager. Baltimore, CtomweU'a Lino. Sloop Pointer, Fowler Providence, matttr. ARRIVED. Steam >hln Jam <to?n Parriib, Richmond Pet*rabnr/an>i Norfolk with mdae ard raaaeniera, to Lvdiam A Pleaaant*. Ship Charlea < u r II urhcad Harr<, 36 daya with tndaennd 1M pareeteera. to C < laancan 4. Co. Ian 1. tat M 1\ Ion II SS, apckt- brig Carthardna. from Ribral'ar for I. on oon. ebort of provltioaa? anpi'Iied hrr T)i? (' ha* been eitht daye W uf Nantnoket with atronx W ? m il*, aplit aalla, Ac and l ?d one deatb on th- pae.*#? Shir- John Barlnir. Ward, (ilaagow, ? ii. Cork, .'V dare, with icdei- and pan .-nteri-, to J A S Rn^rlca / an II. lat 40.'*>, Ion D8M), ?aw ahlp Owejfo, bound E I from Charleeton for Liver pool". The J It eipcrteacwd teary ?>-ather to the weatwati of ' b Banka Ship I ar Wnat, Bennett. New l?rb ana, ind from th? Bar Jan ll?. withninar. cotton. Ar. to W T froat. Jan 24. lat 1U 13 Ion M 9 1 ?aa hoarded by aobr f S Peaalee (of I'hila delpbiai. Potter, frtaa Attakapaa for Richmond. Va. entvelr out of proviaion.? aopplied thira: .%>tb. lat It iH. '.on 74 37. paaat-J the wreck of aathr or Sriir. abint 2f*i tona burthen, apparently new full of water, toremaat gone by the deck, B iinnnaat and r-??ir? rtandinr had * poop deck tithe main maat, tnlwfc.ke painted yellow innde. buiw.irke <>ntaide of poop deck painted white, s.|peared t-> bavoh??n In tbet c>n dltioc but a ahort time, could not sake ont her nam* The T W ha* experienced vary heavy weather, aroompamed with b ?vv thunder and liibtnirt Uria 1 oanjo 'of Philadelphia . Wlllar Anx Cayee, 3.1 daya, with mabo^ar.y. loawood, Ac, to maater Brig R'becca A f rancea lof Bo. ton >, H:iy . Jactnel, 18 day*. With coffee *n I logwood to II Becker A Gra-vea. Srlc Alalia, kvrri.on. Lagutia. 3U daya. with lofwo >d, te maater. Scbr Ma- J Charlotte ;of Bnek?to-t\ Tljltll, Attakapai, l.ldayf with aa<ar :-nH ni<'lae??a to C I' L"vaneh Scbr Enchantrei". (ilnn. Savannah, 4 iaya with cettoa, A<- to McCrradT. Mott A Co. Schr llerren. Maitee, Pettrabnrt. 2 daya. S<hr Mary Hart, Atrea. Norfolk, M honra. Schr Alexander Law V oo<i I>elaware. Scbr Fhro. Lord. Ellaworth. Ildav*. Stjaner Totteu, Lewis, Baltimore. BKI.OW. Sbip W?atmi??t?r. 'ladden, >'?w Orleaaa, !i) daya, with m lae to Stanton A Thompaoa. Br > ar. Uaaklaaon. from Londonderry. 'By pilit!i>at P B Nelaon i SAIUED. Ship Margaret F.vaaa, Londou. Wind darluK the day. SW, Memoranda. Seven < :*bti of bark Mary Melville, 2? tcae. with a fal in ventor* . wOi aolil by auotion at Sao I raodaco, alaut Jan 1, for ?47iW. T.ltmphlt Marine Reports. BOSTON, Feb 1? Arr ahira Jane H Gliddea, NOrlaana. Coraica. do: I arka Anvda. Charleeton: Helen Maria, Mo dena: CeleeHn and C.nv Partlr, Baltimore; bri*a r. PSnow, Jacksonville. Mnry Lowell, Darlea, G? BrookUae, Phila dtlphia. Suaaa ('uncan. B. lue, Bon Herald Marine Cwiff aj? neo. EEY WEST. Jan SV? The aalvafe on yroperty aaved from the wreck uf the Brij Tartar ha? beon aeere?d. for the drr the tahora re?. ive JS'-; p?r ecat. (br the wet .10. TMe will realiae about tZTOj. PHII.ADEi.PHIA Feb I. 4 PM-CiJ I a mott. Da font < oraon, i'ernamba o: E L B Walea. Uollmaa. Savaa nab: Native Ameriran, Lalj, aaA Eliaa ElkinUn. .Nayler. NVork. l>l.??tcra. See Arrival'. Ship 1 avobitk. aehnre at Baker'* laland, banitam; lahipe on the ledge of tocke and ta vety macb bon.i, the mala rail broken abaft the a ainmaet botta la dettatarted open an inch"tm<t?. The mainmaat wurk. four or live inchea The inmpaand hateh comhtnira ate atarted up. About H> balea cotton bad beea ?ot tn board the R R I erb-a. and ??' a <" bidea: alao the aaila. rliaint. A*, whleb waa all that bad b*ea ar t from the abt| np to S?tb alt. Two aehra weat fr< m B?e tia Slat, nnder an agreement to brinf np cotton at 91 . >r talc. Ilia aaid the wreckera from Capo Aan wer* aol em. royed becaaoe th-y would aot aak* anv aperlle aetreaaoat, ut wiahed to rely oa aalvaie t be awarded fceraaflar. r SnirOart Eai.i.i Kfn.man, from Philadelphia fcr M|o Janeiro waa <? it by heavy floatiar Ire oa th night of Zth alt aVle at anchor't B? ?t?y Book: retnrnea t? Phaiadei pbla taoraiat of lit latt for rvpaira. Bin B< earvt. a( Holmea' B la from Moararia, etfor'. Som E>E ltt^ <'r'Ten ?* conat tao? mi^ht in a gal* Bill. WACCAMAW, lost At Jcramie WAl * mead hnrthfl*. fome tvamI of 188 tout, lmuuchi-d At SQUivia in Oct IMS. ni T.lu.d at ?10 000. There is only SAIW in?ari'd npou hermit ^gSSt. Bo,ton ?****? in Plymouth county! hho , Ff4"c'E" wold It Savannah 2?ith alt, saaba last, tor ?UIOO* W ?P,M,t "d '"J0""1 ?? S*F* Bric. Shekt Anchor. from Matamas tot Wilminirtoa M C, put Into Newport Slat nit in diatrea*, having l.wn Uon oQ the coaat in heavy weather and loat a man overboard. liB me Bloomer, which waa ashore at Ram Head waa rot off Slit alt by steamer John Taylor, and towed ?a to tho city. w Schr CncvMOt RD. Htirov, waa loat night of 27th Dee aa Hoir Sty Reef, Bahama Banka. She waa from Santa Cm tCn l??> fer Antwerp, and was In her aeventh day oat wfca? ?lie (truck. The on* were all aaved, but the veeial led i ? r-o me a total loa? The Greyhound waa a first claac Tea sel nearly Lew, built in Falrhaven, and owned by Meeere Mallory ? l.anfalr, and ('apt Herrow, who had charges! her. Sch r Rosi Hill, aahore at Cape Henlopen, la full of wa ter. and Hlely to become a total loaa. aa her cargo (MW bushels corn > ia working out if her She ia a new weeeal. ilt r mainsails were blown away night of 30th nit, andoaa not bold together much longer, from her exposed condition, which le the most dangerous one on the cent. Schr Ai.aric, before reported aahore at Barnegat, la sap posed to have gone to pieces, or been blown to sea, as the acbr Mary Anne Guest, which was despatched to her haa r|. turned without bring able to find her. Semi III urns (of Waldoborn), Cook, from Franklin, La, for New York, put into Newport aut tilt for eupplloaaaif repairs, having encountered teavy weather and lost squarw ?ail, split mail,, jib and foraanU, store bulwarks, Ac. Notice to Mariner*. I)akce?oi i Rock at (li.orc?:aT*R Harbor. Capt Webber, one of our pilot! (saya the Gloucester Tele graph). in I or rue nstbat tHre it quite a dangerous rook lying i ?t tho entrance of our hirbor, aud directly id the traok or vessel* going in and out, which ia not laid down on any chart, and but little known. It is situated 17/1 fathoms Sw by S, by compass. from the Eastern Point l.igh house, aud haaao ven feet water on it at low water. 13 feet arournl it. Bad 13)* in aide, Capt Webber also latorma us that th?re is qalta a large piece of flat grr und about 1/10 fathoma from Dog Bar Buoy, a n H N U' by w from the 1'olnt Lighthouae, on wkiek there ii but tw elve feet of water. The Pollock Kir Light. The Nanturket 1 lojuirtr fives ae a reason why the Pollock Ripligh'boat was not llehted night of Jan 23, that it waa t ut of oil, The I* S scbr Geo Steers had been unaole to aup plyher until recently. Tho G S m?d<- five incff'ctual at tcn .pt? within the last three weeks to aet to the South Shoal l.izhtboat The It |Uirer think! a steam veaael of soma sort ia required for that service. Whalemen. Arrat Honolulu Pec 11 Pantheon. Hazard 12 moa, 80 ep, SCO wh, 11 (NlO 'one; Mary Fraiier. Ha?sid, l.i ri.os, 1200 wh, 20,000 borttj Montreal, Grey, 14 moa, 1100 wh, 1U0 ap, 19,000 bone; 13th India. Allen. moa, N l.onoon, clean. Cld ut do Leo 11 North Star. Drew, N London ; Merrimac, Deatiti, do; George & Mary. Walker, crui??: Sarah Sheaf, Gilford, > ow Bedford; 12th James Murray. Wheldon, cruiae and home; Frances Henrietta, Swain, N Bedford; Virginia. Seabur.t, do; 13th, Mary Gardner, l.even, cruiae; 11th, Splen did, Mnitb. Japan Sea: 10th, Hibernia, Honeywell, cuise; Cowper, Fi?her, do and hunie; Tamaroo, Neil, orulie; South America. Walker, > Bedford Arrat l.ahaiuu Dec 1 HI! ornia, Jeffrey, 36 moa 1.100 wh. Old 1st Unior, Rogera, cruise; 2d, Brntne. Swift; 1'henig, Peudletor, and Elizabeth. Morrell, do; Martaret, Scott, BM ridge, NBedfcrd; (th. Roman. Cumiskey. do; Nassau, ?; tit h, I ajoda, I.amphier. and Edwards, Smith, cruise; Nat chep, Hall. NBedford; Louisa, Gieen, Marquesas: 7th, Faa ny. Nye. Honolulu. Arr at Tahiti Oct 31 Wm Retch. Moraelander, FB. Spoken, Ship Ocean Queen, hence for Svoney, NSW, Jan 29, lat38 30. loa 0? .10. B?rk? Avo'a, from Charleston for Boston, nnd Faitb, from I l'bUadclphi* for Portland, Jan .V), enteriiig Vineyard Sound. Foreign Porta. Havana? Arr Jan 23 steamship El Dorado, Rathbnn. X Voflt; !-clir? M m Betty. Uurrowa, Key M'est; Margaret Ana, bmitb. do. Halifax? Arr .Ian 21 brig Ceneral Washington. Day, N . York; sclr (anielia Risscn, de; Le Merchant, DoyleToal timcre. Jacsi n ? In port abt Jan 13 brig Webster Kclley, Ileazaa, for NVork 2 day a, KiK'.aTON, J? In port Jan 7 bark Austin, Gardner, for Honduras same Jay: scbr l'eurless. Patterson, tint); and otb r? bffore reported Lahaika ? Air Dec 4echr Astoria, Willoughby, Monterey. l.Aoi M^~In p<>rt about Jnn 1 schrs Rboda and Beulan, Sharp, hence, ju.t arr. Going in brig Richard, Beatiey, hence. Mabih.? Arr Jan 21 brig Joseph, Burton. Havana. Matahbak? Arr Jan 21 1 rigs Kalntnt. Morae, C'harleaton; Baron de ? astine. Lufkin, Bo.ton; 22d. bark A II Kimball, Sleeper, NVork; brice Matilda, l.unt, and Johu R Dow. Altlriih, Boaton; l'f tnona fl'r;, t'ovell, Wilmington. Slit 22<1. brig" .Marshall. Uaakull. Havana: Levant, Brooka, Wil mingtin. Atdo22d ult ship* Kossuth. Skilling', and Erie, Cnrtia. ldg niola-xn tor Cork and a mkt; tarkp I'etrel. Avery, for I'almontli. Eng; Charlel Thompson, Small, tor do do; Corln thlan, Kdnecoinb, for Bost n 21th; Brunette, Lancaster, for do ldg: Alm:ra, Prince, for Portl?nd, do; John Stroud, Stetson, l'or NYork do; l.ouisa, Lindeey, for Philadelphia do: Geo Th?mai<, Amsbury; Pert Thc;trup, and Luala I.ond, Cole, for . do ; brig. M m Henry, Collins, for Providence c r Warren), ldg: Forest, Surg-ua, for do (or do) do; Matilda, Orr, tor Portland do; l.ttcy Hrywood. Swett, for Boston, do: l.illie Mills, Putnam, for do do: f oroat State. Stower?, for NYork ilo: George Rowe. for??, do; nhts T A Ward, Holf, for NYork do: and >thers as before. MoNRut ia '('..art ot Africa -- In port Nov 31) bark lli rai tsg?. Savory, for NYork ldg: brits LmiI?a W> hber, f-om 8a Um.arr2|th; Piirre Soiile Brown, from NYork, bound to the leeward St J ai.o? Arr Jan 11 bark SophiaiBr m>, Gerdea, NYork; brig S '1 Jlinds, Cox. Boxton. (Br Steamship Ai rica at Bo?toi<.? II i>c Ko??. ? Atr Nov 26 ablpBouqua, Coleman, N York Sha>4iia> ? Arr Nov lfi ship R. bin Itood. liearte, Saa Irancievo. Sid 10th L'niou, Mchola, NYorit, 13th, Gelden Cate. Ucwing, London. Cakti Sla Nov in ship Brewer. Thrane. NYork. Cai cri ,-a? Arr Dec 1 ahips Eiiwin Forrest, Crocker. Loa don:Gol<eu Racer Negle. San Diego via Sin. apore; Waah ington AINten. Ilimrr, ,vandwlch Islands \ia Singapore; Northern l.iaht, lUtcli. San Tranclaro via Singapore. 2d, Kaitr, Ainiworth. Sydney; 1th, Radtma, I.Bmson, Mauritiaa. A .*. J i ? i ? I'aised Nov 17 shine Carrington, French. Shana Jiae fcr NYork: 19tb, Ariel, do t >r do: ^l?t, Sea Serpent, Ilowland, do fcr co. Home Furta. ATA :,A< HM'Ol.A? In port Jan ?1. ipa Henry, Oanardd n Parker TreiVthcn, and I ufcrd. Sturdhant, from N 1 orkj ?t-.;l'rown iBr> Carey. Mil Gin Btrry, Seavey. from I.W*r| pool, *t? John D- Map, Linaeott, from Portland. do; I all Qui n. Mr.rtin. from Providence, do: It Aymar. Carver, I rnlfhif. D.nijila*. from Boston. do; M de tin till. Percy. and Mar) K Whit tier, ('ate, from Havana, do; Cdeatial. Bre< Mn'i t. Irom Portland. do; hark* Kiivcv Cook, i Bertha, blunt hard, fur Liverpool. Id*; liritiab America 'Bij, l b' nip>on, from Briatol, E. wtg; Chaae, Chaae. fron do for N t'rleanl, repg; Mayflower. Ho|r?r? fr itu NEork. wtg, F. ieard Knndaon, fir do, 1 Uir : Pilgrim. Androx. from do, wtij; Ot'ln Pavi*, from A'plnwall, do: bri^ Rog.-lin, Pout, from Navy liny, rrpr: nehr Ralph Post, Conklin, for NYork Idir. I Id JitU, ahip OImo. llutiliuiKa f"r Liverpool ; ?24, hark W cat tie. Can?, t'arr, for NYarfc; -Itli. ahip F'oreat City Allen, f"i do; bark Suuri.c, Chandler. for Liverpool BAI TJMOKE? Arr .Tan 31 ate > mar* Joa Whitney il owaa Itoi-ii n: !.? i !? t l'olnt. French, NYork: ->ark George A Henry "r'ltni.n. CoHla. Oct -1 Cld alilp Jami* Cheaton (new I.MTSt n?. W hite 1. on I?n: aehra Fawn. Leary, Monrovia li t A. Klien. Stewart, NOrleana. HA i ll ? < id Jan Si' .hi|. Highland Chief (new . SJS tone), Batatow NOrhana. IftisTON' ? Arr Jan M uliir Tart|uin Don/hty. NOrlaaae harka Am.'/i'ti. Stnbla. Bird laiand let inat , via llulmee'i II ')?: lladl-; , K?nt; /.ion, Keynoldi. and Blia. Minn. Hal tin or l^uooin, llowea ami Oak. K>d?r. Pliiia lelphia brlca Aan ?iiabetk, Taylor, Alexandria; Paulina, Tnylor Philadelphia; a-i-.r- Georgia. Pettengill, Jaeuiel ?Sth nit via liolu-i - < Hole; F.mcrald. Bacon. and W IE Neweoiab ttaffMI Fit dtrio! ? org; W m S Brown, Holhrook, Philadal phia Te'e.-raybed abip Oceim Traveller, from Newltrleaaa Signal tor a hark and a )>r<?. ('Id iteimnr Jackann. Lay Held, Baltimore; .hip Kockalt, Mnrtin, Calcutta; harkaThoi E Baxter fc- nil. M Uominjo City: John (jilpin tnew. oi Boston. 3.>o .a IKtha tona) Gott. t ientucgoa; Macon, Dodge Mobile: It H Douglne. Jobnajn, Savannah; brija Maria* Jordan (In .1 M Clatton, Leonard. Reruodioa: j II Kent Ri d, St T? .mas: iil'n Clold-n W eat, Perkins, Cnarleetoa W*atovcr Rr>?era. Kii hm<>nd: l.otiiaa. Nightingale, PhlW d-lphia I A llawklna, Cot.li, do; Wlenroy, Keucraon. Naa York. Era. Chaiunerlaia, do. Sid ateauinhip Canada (a 1U.2H . aliip l.o .? ii l.amar, bark* Marjiaretta, Ami, achra D I Siarkn. Brouiifii'ld; and t rum the Roadaabip Kirhmond. fo| M?rlenn?. bavinff reloaded CIIAKI ESToS? Cld Jan 29 kark Moaeynick, 8 Ceu-a "lil liar* J -ilia Dean, (lace, NOrltana: brie T> t I'er^uaon. \ York KALI. KM tR? Arr Jan it) ?cbr M A Gn.Bo Borden,: ' OAI.VESTOX? la port Jan K> hark Oolden A*e. Oarriell lor AYork ldi: 1 rif Maady Kinii. Sttrkej dodo. Ol.iil ( ESTER? Arr Jan T, >cbr '>pbir. , PortlaaJ for N York j HOI.IIES HoI.E, Jan 21?. P M? Arr aehra Julia Nawall] Bain UaKimore lor i'ortland; Califoroia, liodgdon. Norfok for de, wita lo> a uf deok load of etavea. I.nc> baker. Nev j eonib B >?ton for Taugiar. Sid achra \\ m Baron, l.oej ~ ktr. Jan ?>? Arr hark* Bovkeye, Sturtavant. Monrovia, coa of Alriea Nov 30. st Ihomaa lltb iaat. for saleia; Fail/ ( hamlerlaiii i'hilndelphia for Portland: briga Ma> Quee Clifford J:. kiwinville for Bonthbat^ with loaaof part of 4? load of loinher; Margaret iBri, ll. net.ery, Baltimore for >_ Joha. Nil: Mbrt l.inda. Mitchell, Ualtfinora for Portlaag Kiiintb Small, NYork for Port .mouth; 0 L, l.ovell; Cott. lla'li tt, and S Gillman. Crowell, Boaton for NYorj Julia Smith. Salem for do. 514 l.ri?a Br .oklina, J D P?' a<ll II toting. Nora. Harriet, llriaava. Jlar> Lowell, L< fnow ar.'l Mnrjar't illr ; febra Chna Allatruru. Abifail. * r. taa. Blliabelb, Charlea and Edward. T P Johuion, nH aylvania. ( atbarine Deal. Georuia, Avondalf. Saratoga I liott F.mer-il1. Sarah M ore. Only Pon. Link W Djer. WaJ P llii'knatn. lli len Maud iBrt. Nirtberi. Light (Br'. EraiJ^ A Ilall. Hi n Mi-holaa Jnlla Newell, and California Jan 31? Arr l ark Lit H- I ini*. Gilpatriok. Havana I inat (or NV rk bri* Sarah. Gihba, Trinidad lltb ia(t Ij Boaton; aeiira Yank<e Itlnde, Berry, t ardeuaa 'Jlat mat f Portland: H nd-iraa. Flaher. Jrresii* lAth tnat for B?*t'( Sid hrii. Sarnh; aebr Honduran. I n i.fit i A M amdW harkii Buekeye. Faith, Utile IJ?a brie May (Jueen. telira l.inda. Koeauth, II I. Woloott. Sf roan. Jilia .?mltb, and Yankee Iliad*. MYSTIC? Sld Jan.Wabir B F Untie m w ?lipp" o' Hi tie. I?ai un?i, Stark. Philadelphia, to Ii ad for Saa I ''nEW BEDFORD? Arr Jan *? brig Sarah Elitabath Tooyl ak*.r, Pliiladelphia. NEWI'OK I? la pott Jan 31. *>l, AM. brig Moluakaa. ael_ Albert I ield Pblllii>? tr in Taai.ton tor Norlolk; Mart M rishtin't' u. W rlthtiaatoa. Fall River lor Pblladelpk Ltdia Olb'if. Burt. Providence for Maltitnore; Roaao _ l liilllpa. from >York for Taun*oi. Suiaa A Mart 8ot Pier lor NYork; Cahwt, Raekett. >York fer Wi aloofa i>fe? u. Rhode*. Provid-ne* for NYork; and oik liotiad Si att auu It e-t M I Arr (I PM, Iri^ Sfceet Anchor. Chealejr Ma'aaraa IPI inat for Wilmln<l< n Nc. in diitreai. ichr lludaoa. Co Franklin La, lltb iaat, for NYotk. in diatraea (Set db tjra 1 NEW HA VEN? Arr Jaa 31 bark Gaiella Duell Banij doea via N V rk, U NEW ORI FANS- Arr laal*. ataaaahip Ortiaba. Fort , V -ra Cru/ ?.M Inat; abip Golden Rule. Maya, Dananacai Me; lark t haa Itrewer. Ellema. Mobile. Spaa brig 3* Mayo. Martinet. .' o a v i Havana. Cld ebipe Kaukarback Peabody: ll?d<oa. Uhite: At.dovar, B*rry- llarrlab " Wiawi- I. ..ad Maacbafter. TjW NYora: bark Ram Daily, do. Br ethr Mary. St?T?n? Belue, liinduraa To to *?? a isti, ahip Garrlek _ ai NEW I.ONIMIS? Arr Jan 2!> propeller* J N Har Smith. NVork. Meatab-ater. Clarke. d> for Pr videi'l .'ftb. ?.'hr< M in Eldndge. Boiwortb. aad D II Vaa?lF| Edwardi. Providemc* for NYork; Mary llildreth. Tarry. Harbor for NYork. PBOYIDENCE? Arr J?n .11 propeller Oapray Kiwa __ York: ?(br Jam*a Engli'k. K*l?ay. Norfolk; alaop Kr*, rlek Brown Gardiner, >Y'o|fc. Nd bria Alcana 1*4.., lor Biiatol. to naiabldg for Caba. aehr* l.ydla r.lkhe, HJ" for Baltimore: War Steed, Petty, and Kokeao. Bailey, folk: ike I' Kbode Maad. Unll.KTork PORTLAND? Air Jaa ."?? brir kadn- Smith. Norfjl *e|ir Jamta i reetaan. Fta> maa. Taarier. t'ld ahir Da Elliott, (eew <.t r.raaawkk Roi.t Roblnaon Ilavaaa; . , I. T It i*bt OrlWa. d.?; aehr* S 1? Norton. Norton 4a; J Doaati r. (lilhey. 4?. Towed to ???*.? ark Tr?a?lt ?l RICHMON r? Arr Jan Ii ?ebr H'i?a. K*ll? . livatoa. fl |iT M A l!K->-Arr Jaa ?>brfg "nwann-e J-a lra. N T via Kev ? ? t' Jl?t i ark Fraaeia Soeer. Pavna. r?. do. H 17? b bark Cnn rty. II ipper NYork, brif ffaitla, guar" lath, achr Eluabetk. W illlao"-. do la (att barka Aaa Fiah k < if: f?ti la. A<U) : Fra_ ??*e0T. Tayn ? He' r"?. "beji arl ; bru-a 1a? at ea Jaee.^ Mary. W iik. ? ther '? -? l" K iia?-.ei Ehuaey. V-a I >ui??. Mirer M m'r- Wiaaltw. ty SAi 1M ? Md Jan !*' trig hratnaa. for Paea SAVANNAH? ?. I .tan r ia?a R-v>eea ? l?r*? 1^1 labs Preset) a l.r A'-y F.'lea. Ee'faat Me Mb. *g| Bil *r *?rti!n?r. Eiieriwel "*1k, laeorit#, l itktaw n- . !?c II, fo\ baj* rii?: w ?**, ? y*, Iiw.