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ah RIVAL OF THE FULTOff .
IMKilMl MlHfWM frM hut* *?? rhu Aflhfci la KBfluMi riflry TfeM f ?* Kafllak Trnpt IctI(V<4 la Um CrtaBca. At., &?., *?. The 1'aited States mail steamship Fulton, Captain Wot ten. which toft Havre en 12th instant, arrived at tais port yesterday morning. Her newt ha* been anticipated by the arrival of the Iitm at Boston, and the Canada at Halifax. The Pulton report* that the hope* for the safety of the misting mail steamship Pacitlo have subsided in England, it being believed that the unfortunate veeeel ha* been crushed in the Ite. The Pulton has brought $8ti,000 in Bpecle. hi the House of Commens, on the 10th inst., Sir E. B. Lytton gave notice that immediately af'er Easter he should call the attention of the House to the disputes be tween her Majesty's government and the government of the I'nittd states with rexoect to Central America. la reference to the Bay Islands, Mr. Gibson said it ap pealed that certain islands on the coast of Central Aaoeriea had been created into a British ooiony, under the name of ihe Bay Islands Col?ny. He wished to know, therefore, from the Colonial Secretary whether the Queen's warraat had been i-i-ned, constituting that ?oJony, and it so, what was the date of that warrant, and whetflfer it would te laid be'ore Parliament, also what was the date of the appointment of the presiding msgintra'e ot the Bay Island* Colenv. Mr. Labouchete said the warrant was issued March >0, !88'2, and he had no objection to lay it on the table. The first magistrite was appointed Angus: 5 in that year, and there hai been one or tw.i appuintmentu since ?very recently. The *pp intments rested wi:h the goverLmtnt of Jamais*. Oar Edlnbmg c'titrtapuodtncc^ Edlnbi rg Feb. 29, 1856. Ike lair Election fr.r Mdml urg?Sot irty for 8 para'ing Chmtk frvm Slau ? HntUh Aiiitocrary Escorting the 'of e ? Railway: ? Loss "f t\>: Jotejthint HVZii ? failures m Gtoft/oiu ? Sc<>(ck Feeling in H^ard to IVar with America ? iddreu Jr< m the Viiueni of Edinbttrg to the Cltuens </ Boston. The recent election 'or menue' of Par'iimpa'', to sup ply the p are of Mr. Maraulay. terminated in favor of lb. AJam Finck the celebrated puoli?her, and 'his geu Veman has iisea bein ijjtrod-? ?d to tae Bouse of Cjm mtus in the meat oompUmentary manner by the Pre mier himself. In its recent selection of representatives, the city ef Edinborg bas giveo continued proof of its predilection for m n devoted to literature. Cowan, who ?till holds his seat, is a wholesale stationer and paper manufacturer and VI r. B a k, just elected, is one woo Of e* the pupe* cf his colleague, and introduces to the world the beautiful writings of his predecessor. One feet has teen strikingly mani'esied by the resalt of this ?'ect;on. whian wa? keenly contested, and probaVy eli h'.Vd a fall vote, vi*? the ve-y restricted nature of tUfl tanahise here. "With a !a-ge population, It appears that Hie tuoee> a'al cancidate was elected by a majority of 643, the whole vote cast being oo'it 4,215. Ceu this be re gardad as a fair representation o! a city with lt>l,(Xk> in habitants? | But few cf your reader* are probably awars that there ?Elate in Great B?ifaia a large and inlljcntlal society i wkote avowed object fa to promote the separation of , * -Church and 8- ate." Pu?h, however, is the caie. Its ttUe is the ' Society fo> the Liberation of Religion fr i <i I State Control." A meeting of this body va- recent y ! held in the Queen S:reei Hail, at which Mr. by e, one of ! the ex- Baiiies of the city, presided. It wa^ numerously | attended, and Site a'. add:est??? were made by prominent men. iHseuMions in the Sco'.eh church are materially promoting the ot jec's of the s- cie y, and the time may ?ot be far oistant wben free VirkB ami independent re hgion, with equal lights, shall prevail throughout these it lands. In ooncecVon with the subject of religion, it may b* s ated that seme feeling is evinced by thy ui.ra Presbyte rians hei eat rtcent news from Rome, to th* effect Uiac acme of the Britii-h a -iaVcraey had taken part in the Pope's Cession to St. Peter's, on '"anaiesnas day. Among s w io formed part of his Uo.lnesi' escort, '? hearing gorgeously oiramentei wm tapers," were Lord Kaiph Kerr, son of the Marquis of Lotntan: Mr. Scott Hurray; Mr. Arundel, son of I-ord Arourtell, of Castle W ardour; Mr. Berrington; and Mr. O'C^nneli, in a French court dress' The -hlcs' ings cf war" sre beiog amply reaped by the British people, in the increase of taxation t > meet the Interest nn thi ir ttill svelliDg Latijial deb;. Tne per manmt burthen impo'ed by reeent loans is such a* to re qaire nearly a million sterling f er annum to pay ice reet alone, even at tfce low rate af. which tie m^ney hi* been obtained, and 'his upon tum> boTOwed within the last ten years. The interest c n tue k-ans oi the pascyear aloa* exce< ds ?600.000: Will the raticnal debt be ever paid? Ye* when time fhall be -ome eternity. The railways of the Uti ed Kingdom, and particularly tho?e< fSc Uand appear to be d^lcg a much better aus nesK this year than durug the one just ended. Thtre hdve been aome eompe itlons. which, however, are now arracged, and (ares are at present on a remunerating scale, par tlculaily on the mata iltes. The aveiaje eont of voik'nj the roads is about BO per c'nt of the g-^es receipts, f ae dividends paid by such as pay at all alightly txoeeds three per cent. The nn<nb<-r of paatengers by raitway laat year exceeded a mill on. Tou cannot bave jet fjrgot'en the outcry ?ha't w?s made, particular y in IheErglish papers, againit po->r Oap'ain I.nce and his crew, ween the A-ctic wai lost: aud it was boastirgty atstrted, that in a S.-ittsh vessel ere.-y thlrg would have been much better conducted and many more lives savi d. The re-iu't of the investigate n tnto the accident of the Josephine Willis, wi'l oonvinee these famil ar wikh the apport-mnces of ursai. gve^els and steamers, in beats and other appliance-*, that in th?mtheie is a much gteater chance for saletr than in the msjoiity of British venals; and while a t w pour Ignorant firtmen and ccal passets, moi.tiy foreis-ners, may Pave n?g!ec:ed their duty, or even beb*v<d b*cly oi hoard the Ate ic, it may te t afe'y asserted that scarcely ?n* American seaaan c?n be found, ani Darticu ?-ly ai ' officer, who would not treely -aciifioe his own life, snd ( ?trogg'e to the last, to nave that of others. Tie o nestlon of " war with Amen c* "will oe?npi ?? the pnbiic b ixid, and ar. iTa)? fr m the l/oitt^ States ae anxkumly koked for. Th* ,'eelicg of the waole eiins nitj in siot a d is deci''e<2iy oj>p Hid to honti itiei. it in t?w*, they huve Pot been allowed by the! ? government to know anything the merits of the qaei-tioex at i.sue, and one n'uht expeet them tube (omewnat iclluerMd I tbe garbled itatement* rt their press. Sac ti is no', t! ?aee. however; the Scotch are a* sarewd and calcilatio - M'vr Yatteef and will require very urgaat rettjiu i . lati/ y them with a war wiia Ame ica. I wl 1 couclu 1 'bU letter with the cicy o' a "friendly peace addre-s which m Veirft B'gneil by the citizens of Edinbnrg *~d | ?o be tiam-mitted to Boston, f >i the citizen^ of wliic . i itv it in in*eL.ded. Tre pr iprle'.y of the addre?* m<; well be questioned. but stilt it evince* som*wh*t 'he ; public cerire to piomote go >d feeling, and should ?>* kind j rtceived : ? We have heard with de-p ierret of a growing misunder ?tandirg t etween the g< vernment < i the United Status and our owe; and fueling *ppreh*nt ,?e th*t if the point* In dispute are | not rpeetlly af.ns'ed, the mtraoderatanlieg miy term'nate 'a an open ruplu "e we ? ave dMmM It right to ?1dre*a jon a* I au Inti neural part of the Union, tn the hops that it may har* ? ?wtKi?nevto preserve that je^ce between the two aaiiona la which tbe we I te!ng> f both In ao Intimately ooncerned. If >i mar v ?*ar? have elapaed since, on the oocaelon of a simila* mieimd* xr aLdi' g on the Oregon question, friendly letters were eichanged between r me of the Drtccipal town* ii (treat Britain ard tnoee on yrur ?irfe of th? AtlanfJC deprecatl? a reeort to noetl e measure* lor the aet'letnett of the point In ale pute; ard ?s ?e believe iheae were not without Influence It brirgmc about a pacific tett exert. we are tod need to adopt a like enni on tbe preeent neciskm. la the hope th*'. the D1 fine bleeelng may rest opon It, eo an tn lead to a ror-e?rot>ding baopv reenit. We eanno' ooncei*-e a more dreadful "\laTtlty than 'hat of two great na'Wrns moh a* joura and on-* -on ted aa tley are In the bords of --ear relatloiiahtp and by tbe no srer ful Hei of a mutual rejetde^ce on wfa other -bene Involved in 'be awful con?< qucoree ai'endan'. upon war, whist .n hi* ease. more especially, won d not "ilv be a ?roe? outrage to humanity hut tiie moat greivons sraida, to the pjr* an.l p?vn breaihlr.e Ooepe, prote?sed by both. W* would, there' -e ?art eat ly apw'al to vou *? br^'l-re.. relaU/ nnn'o. ^d Vi<w profeaarrit of ibe cirii'lan flaitli, to do a I Is your power v> Cvent tbe toWat'on ' f a moment of any an*mot to ? r'e or ar.y other po d'Sernnoe between 'he two rjiu x ? by ae appeal to arrrw We hailed *:th much ealiatvitioa tb? Introdnr'lon Into a reeeat treaty of a claim' whs ebr it wm ?Upi-lated ibat all future di?pn'e? AnM I.e?ettle1 by ref?r-no? to a thud party; and Ibere U ?nr?iv nothuig ia the present we to prevent the pnr> tanoe of h jiial'ar nraiH Per/r.i'. 'i?, In eoTCJn'ion. 'o etprem an oam'iit hope that hlatru r *!?o moj'eof retillDg iL'?rrat|i ra di7e'?re?? will be alopt'vl la the preeent care, ard 'tat thua, Ik> h to onr own >-e)ov^d - un trv and io ycure. In 'he true if wb!-b w? leel a 1?e , Inlereat, may be preferred me inerlmahle h'emlnv of pe\ce. There bave been dome larj-e failure* recently in r y* gow amrng peraona eo?necte<i wi'.h tae corn trade Heme twelve or fifteen dealer* have auapended, the * > nte of whc*e liabilitiee i* *oi<l to exceed two million liar*. The weatber In Fdiaburg in now getting to be tilea?aut fpring haH already opeued, and flower* of th? early btil fcoa* varietjr, witb vloMta, are in blo>m. Th' gr m i initeg reen. we have fraeb " graaa bnt*<or," aa! req ur bit ifitlo fire (hn Ipanlah Coi inpnwdenee. Tmmo, Spain, Jan. 20 1HM. TKt IaU Inrurrrtumil ii' ?nr^nl ? Th' Mintilfial CkanQ ? Raint and In nndilirm* ? /mnnn I/w * Cm * i b Thtm ? FVar fiU Shijnireck*? Status to UtrOo, <t' if - I ftill direct to you from tbh ei'y of ancient rtnoira detained by deluging rain*, and when ta*is hare e????d' nay ?till be kept hare by poiit cal storm*. at'H note o j atiaate. The narrow, dirty street* over whisb I lo >k are ahnoet noiaelea* ? a few nmakera, a few laborer*, a '?w baggar* oeeupy tbe plate* once animtled by kalgb'J/ gwctlenen. who, creeoent ia hand, pa<hel th-i- way through this pertal and led ciTllizatlon into Europe. We tre atlU within Roman walla and tinder tbe pinnacle* of the mutiirahet, bat tlier* i* no wiee prleii now, nor learned rabin. nor Caned uleaaa. They ar ? of tbe du*t ?bout oa, and aa lightly romtmbered aa th* lovea of the Will raj and Kodrlgo*. When I wrote tj yen laat It wa? hMtily of the *odd*n k Hidling of insurrection Immediately about the Cortex at i 1 adrid. Tbe active prineiple of the govjrntaent, O'Doaaell | I vu waftisf In fcia corridor it tki uoant of uaaoune- 1 | tug te bin UM news of the owtbmk. The "?aremry ol War throw Mica tbo gaimeate of a al?k ? lamber, drew om hit horeemaa's boors, o reared tbo guards to bo mry wbaro reinforoed. especially ft boat the palace, and di rectly informed the Assembly of nia restored health and ?a being with the Nation*] Guards for tnair ce'ence ftnd Uiftt of the aare'oary or the t?wa. The Secretary of Hal*, ? military gontleaan, *u also early at hand wi'h his sword. The extent of the disaffection it la diffleoit to understand, and pr< babiy the government, equally with th-ia taklrg part against it, are de. irons or giving to the matter the appearance of being unimportant ftnd with out ranifioa'ions, confining t ae4?ct to a sergeant major snd two or ih'ee (drunken) guardnuen. Cpon recover Lrg itself, the first act of the Cabinet to meet a supposed erixis was to l?p ft way tli. ce of its members ? a ha.f suio d?l act, though It has tailed to satisfy the cltmorous pnalic. R. I. P. 'Murieion tres' 'solo tres Huelvs, Aloe so j Fueute Andres; prr dar vida el snlsmo dia, u Escosura, Lujuu y Ariaa I'rift. For this chtnge in the cepai tments of gU^rna-.-un, Jus ticia and /ctr unto the pie-s n?s ueeceided u,~ju the iduiiiiislrttiiu turn all siuea wi.h mited violence, t it tftid. in ft woio, iiiat O'lVtunea dictates, Fsjarteio facctiois, thtlr li-ges o^eT, and their serfs re isrcLce. The rymptoms of pAliiloal decomposition ap ptar ac<! thrtateu the psrty with early <. involution. Tus ecu ii<ueJ lnuncuticx^t ?:.ich o. ver almost erery part of >iair>, in a ui. Bt exira< :dicary manner, may precipitate bis client re. from the ?ant ot many of the aoc-Msanei ol ii e, bare polvk-al n?ces*iry could oot of Itself bare iiLire^tey competed. Two vrttks egi-, It is -kid, that few persons had wit ctraed in S^ftiu ft rain like lh*t tht-n prevailing? for in violence nil contiLU-ince, It was like that of tae je?r 1184. The i??ih?r has remained une'iao,jed to this K'.n.ent, at lo time %1'Ji "ni 're 'hut few U-jars iaier cii>l?n. T eint*if<r cociterce has ceased a ad cjm n,uuic?tU n, even bv courier, bet seen neany p*rM i? sus penceu. House* a:.d h-tuJots have be-n warded away, anceut Rnutenats and thote o' modern uaje, areeotal y iupai-tK'e; and >T?n ttie oil Ron an bridges hare been undeimn-e ov th<? torrents and ta:?wc du?v. Thil has pr< duced a painful s'ate ot'afftirs. and a fa?rful _ne l'he price of pi ovist1. n?, fuel, sod abor Is risitg, and in ma"y p'acts little cf any of tb?-se ate t ? be had. At ?Vvii* ibe Vega in line wt'e .-pread Uko, atd ;he towns are cmverc td iLtT isiands. Tit cou>.i too cf Malaga is represent**! ts b- ing very bid. Tot laborer in the city and th; hu b?n< man m 'he tiu'ds are iu wan*, atd a-itaout resuu.-ce. ] Ite ki'.usti n cl t^? pfop e in the Vegas of Jsres is not ! leas nn-lancfco'y ila j:i>' ftiift>*rs to be the Ararat ot the [ oouttry. Ite howevei, is ianu nse v swo'len. j and ttie J'/fC tr of the railway, frcra the capital, e n l li ys a tbou:-&: .1 rm nn n it. end e^ery tlT)rt mi'te I to get np from .trtrjnet he si tc-( of g-am. wite, oil aud I fuel ihat har ? ?iceD ? siueu a>id sfc e''lJec!ed tfcers. Not ! lees than tweivi huuditd she-p bate been c?rrie 1 down and ic?t in ;ne :cneut of ih^t, a few mojttu ago, mm- 1 E- er brook. t'n ih? crsst if the kffd1 errace?T thp wr^'k and I min, particnUrly atacrg tne sbipptrg, by te^ijjests at ! ibis tike, is lecefen ei to be terrible. Oa tbe Oth j ia-.t*nt tbo a.er hsn'. Diij Bravo. Capt. Maury, wno had ieft ;h?* p^rt of Barce'cnft wi'h a vala%;le tzigo aui ' ;earbtd lbs Cape I)e (lata ?ith f*?or?be wins w?i ' C'iv. D bsek by s aim, ard Srally cas". away on the soa^t j <fC?rbcnjr&? Seme of tbe pa'siiigirs ^eri-ihed i i taeir ^eiths, aid have tot b?ea fines fjso; ti.0 bodisi of tveuty-thre?? otse:?. some of taeai pe"soii3 nf note and ' OicHr.c ion, have Ven pic ted np on tte share. These j are:- 1>. Fflix Matter. Jmn raul??. I>. ?aai Servia, : Iknca Msruela M?s. Msuricio Olia, Don 1'eoro 1'lsra, ! Dot.Uian Niguofl. l'ed'0 Famc^ i", Jlon I'urian Garrign, l?ca Juan Qulntit,a, Ma.'ia Ttgfa, Ju?n Oxiol, Hon B'.is j loen ^na An'otia Ot>a, Urn .)? ftu 1 tU Piacido Funis, : Don Victor Jtntaner, i)ou lVdro Bri g-iera, i<oa linlia Ccnianeilas, Miguel tiuiis y Bas. A lew only have ' e-iciped wi'h i e. Two ^licbtns'.aiicfs cc:uriiDg within the las': t wo i weeks mark b ta the oM and the chang'Dg features of - Syain. Mte of tbun, tba". her Majesty has m*de a pre sent ot a n>vgi iticent velvet aiant.e and a raps tn to the pat: on faint c f the ci y of Ura aa-ia the Virgin ot Augas- j t:ar, on wbich account the Wis waited upon by the i!e- ; potMs trrm ?!ipt o't'vicce to present tbtnks and, hiv iig cf#tt TActlvfd witfi tt&i ,1'niab lity waich d.stln^ | sni'hes her, they were ir.v!ted to ft i>a!o'jn . bthe d 'hose ctgnificent ohj c'c. and wet* in'ormed inftt 1 ite g. lden ?mbrii?lcry w?s n^re other tean the work of Spaiisb artirts. llie other ct them was the erection of a sta'ueto the great piicit?r, Bartolomt- Eeteban Murlllo, to be p'aced iD tbe njuare n?wly opened, which proa*) y will ^x?e his n?ms? honors, until very lately oniy con ferred on cr:wted heats aid thote ct r-yal blood. Grand Bovlcw of the British Crimean Army. FORTY-SIX THOUSAND MEN ON I' Alt a UK ? SCENE AT THE GROUND ? THE UENEKaLS AND OTHER OF FICERS ? AFJ'FARaMCE OF THE HEM ? THE RAGGED BANNERS OF ALMA AND INKEEUANN ? WHAT Hill Hal nUMXBB thought. [Coi reepoi-detsce of the T/icdon T;n:es ] t-HUROPOL, Feb. 26, 1856. The Tm?t( nets of 40 British battalions bristled jwMr day ii|cn 1e!fgiapb hliL an e'.eva'ed ilfge of the plateau, oveilcokir g tfce valley of the Tchernaya. 26,000 iLfnTitry vrtu *h*ri- assembled tor imp>ction and renew by the ecinicancer In chief. Tte meriting was so coll, that roite who impatiently avaited the mectecle, feared it wou.d be again i?ostpoce?l, bat the tarth and air were dry, aid after cba-ca ?e vice the divitdina were teta marcbirg from their cusps In the direction of the parade grourd, where nan er?. us f^-eotatoic noon b gen to aefsniOU. A better pie *? cf ground could haidy bs selected for titter a trattirg gallop or the review of an artry. The sell was bra, wi huut hardness, and af li.idtd p?a-ant aai >1m4I| footing to tie gathering cohcrt" ar.d to the home ot eari n i and in t res id gazers As the troop* marched op, the pi: Titers tided thnn?elres with fll.ing the small circnlar trenrbee where '.en's had fjrmwly stood ard, w< et 'ha r< view was over, the whole nurtaee had been tioddtn by hocf and toot as level as a b >?liog grten. The wltd '.lew keenly from tbe north, and It wai Ktiarp wcik for faces feet. std ficgera ap:m Telegraph hill 'ha: day. The pedestriaus bad perhaps the bait of it frr tkty cf nit keep up the circu attoa by exercise, while hail frozen ho;s>men were c'attaiicg their b>ots againit tbc Mir: op irons in vaia at'empts to restore sen sation to their btnutnbod toes. Cold, howfyer. was 1 oon forgotten in the an tca'.i >u anl in'erest af the scene. Kveo before the triop> had formed ibeir line, there was much to aft u-t the obr6ivrr in the fast increasiiig throng j ct ldltrs. Thue Kngilth <fti:e:s, cf variius arms ana I dt-p.itmerts. vhoro cuty did nst call oat or keep in, tiockel in h' n-ief's to wi'ne*s tbe first review of as large a number ot British tioops that has bsen held prr batly for <0 years. I t-honia thiuk ve^y few we -e abecnt wham cnty or i. loess dia not detain in caup, and one ? flicer, the Hen. Percy J-'ieldiog, still cuferirg frm a "V? o acti<,<-nt that occnrrej to hitn rcir.e week; ago, bad hiinteir dr!v<n to the ground in a cart. Itieie v?re a gnat many artille'v cfli;e:s, a very few of cavalry, a multitude ot caaiiiiissariat and medical i fficers, ancj wtrk?, eo'pe. k som? in fall drw*. some fn incje??, many in nondeseiipt a* ire. The foreigners | alfo nusteiei In g'e?t .-'rength. Taere wan every va- 1 riety of French and Sardinian military costume." and ; even t>e S|tni-h unift.ru> vw there io a .gweat the mot- i lev of ?.l>e eitheiiig, four > flioers of viat nation being j atti cted to the trtnch heaCjnarterH. Marsnat IVlia sie'catrtic tbe grcimd in bM carriage anl four ? by which is rit to be uadsintool a taiidsome vehi:le aud ' sbewy Uam, wi b ieu k.pt batnes* and reat postillions ? hat a ve.y rot-gb. nearly ^ain.ic.--, Ctimea ljoking drag. With harass partly ot rope, ho.ses that Katcu tte carnage a r regarda rovgbcess, anl ?oMi? r?, In j arii ltry fiddles, on tbe n^ar wbee er and leader, j The March*; is somewhat obeee, and n't muea of ' an eqtits ii?n. at.d he rarely er ^sres a horse. But ' little esc-it of Ctk'S'ur" c ct-a^ted with the Eoglish ] H ulnars wlio 'o.'.owed fir ^Uliam CcdriDg: .n and aept the gTbnrd, ard many or whom, an i? .ards both men andhoret /i i-.'dtd'ti:y sou-e slight chAtgef in uni'orm sul ? (ulftreLt to b<?' ;ua extremely hearv cav*iry. Mar ' ai i dirtier a.iir1 ted t><;m his carriage, and took his s'aiit n at tbe f'cot of a htilock. opp^st'e the centre of the hie, of \L? whu'e o! vhich he theu eooim tailed a gooo T!r*r. The a.rr?y cf the troops was nearly com ple.fd -?1 tx a hell, 'fLt it, tbiir direction, was sten to Buift tigh in the air a'jove h ' Valley ol tbe Tcheroaya. Our Rarsiao friends polit?'y iLfumej us .hnt they wd re pies*-nt and att n i .e. r"Cf on'ng 'h*t wp sb mid see tbur mi n er r, th .iigh they could not txpect him to reach aa. Thf^ Hie waaiotmed >t oontinoons ooiuain< of compi nifs, that ht to any i- wa^ ? iy'-t con-paniea or 16 raokand li e de?p ?i h inte.vji-i of fix t.ace- between eaca regi n ent. Its 'see wa toward' the Ru??lsn roilt ions b?yjnd tbe valley, "n tbe right were tbe '.uards and ths 'tber r<giroen'-i fc rmirg the Tirst. division tten cau * the FIgt larders; then tbf ^eoond. Third and Fourth, and fir-aliy 'he lig'it oi.i-i'/Q. lK>wa 'bia Itnp'jsing anl mae. ive line, nil iant wi u sr.arle and friiiged with steel, (i^rnal Uidrirgton rode, 'oljowed by bi 4 s'aff and a large number of Krg ish and '< rM^n offioars. Hiiwr te.Vus ? first at'emp'fd to ki'ep ci?re spectators at a cerlatn dl-'stte 'iodi 'he f.-< ct of the army, but, amidst tbe perpl'iing ?a.ieiy of ci ?'iiu:??, i'. was impossible for 1 rheai tc tell who had or who had not a rght to join ths <ienera> - cort< ??. ard o n ths wh":e m<?i of br '?-'-men swept ef er > ''o?n the l: i.e. The inspection eo n pi* 'ed. he to< k up bia sta'ii n io frr nt. and to tbe right of ?he (rtoil, wi.e'B ?tar?n?' lahacier was poe.el, ati'i the troop* mameb?'! | ast in opeej column, each (General oi I'ivtsi'.n p'stir g '-I ts< j! hosier* Gen?ral 'odrinrton dur irg i's fa-'sg? A/- *? u ?? the hard of eash bngaie an.ve'i opp. te to '. Oneral It faced to tb? l?;t, d<s.red the Mae f riarch. fronted, acd played trtil !t? br gade bad comple'ely jmc by, wh?ni' follorid ,n the r?ar, and its p)a e *i<i (aivia h y the rest bin i. 'iue e hands w? m ljim-?d by an amalga mation of .he regirneotal haads and foraeo? theti plsyed vry well, btr. gn. ? tally sjv-,- . ng their mnalc wa . ill eko*en aiK* ug'y Tiehui-'!* came by, of c -'irsa, *itu tteir own favrrita tune, the 'B'itiah 'jreoadleTs '' he Ipee or Us U gh'andeiH wjueaked, squeal' d and droned ?r r> ti^at atrabga combination of aotiods so Jiar to Sct'-h e->rs ?? aiscord?nt to 'hose of or<>anl "ne br gsde pU"d 1 "a.t -n'. pour la "'vile," In c ompl: n.ent to tfatthal 1 el'p .er ai : the l"?reh pre<?nt. Tbe ? i-c ir.d brig e of ' Le Fourth Wtl'lon had one of th? be? hsn'Jc. ?i.'! p'aiert a apirit< d aiarch, but, generallj speak - li g. th-> rent io of lii? aitiy has tot recovered the losses of;bew?r. i ks tr^p' marrhe.t pa<t In front >f tlie g -ouo on w! it.h the/ hr i?t ato <d a line, and i s natirs was highly favorable to ihe effec ot the eaovemet t, for there was a slight ^mpe d' wn *ards. <?> mni?ncing a", the spot whsre tn? h?ad r f ? b? e-lumn -he -led to the left and legeri Its di'^c Mat eh Ui wards Ike (iene.al' In # linnre ia'e rielti'y *c? to b-> eeen >llr Colin Taaphell A mini Pieman tie, '.?re'?l WIndhun and a large to ruber of < fli"er? of tack? 1 r'ocb. SarSlaian and Krg lisb ? the (? tafl of all these e- mposing a numeroiis an.! hillMsnt tbrorg. The momir g had been gTay and dull op to the oom menfiment r.f the review, bnt the e'ends tSen ir ew thirner and '!Iff>ers?d a little and a f*w fi .ful gleams ot snnshlaa shone nprn Brltafr's Isgtone tkey 3?scen lud the si' pe in nK?t perfeet order, a broad, steidy t' rrent ol bayne s, not rapid, hut IrTeeletih'e. A finer military ugh' c< nid harny he esen in peace time than vv pre sented by that match e. ? itfanLry. Tbe healthy a?pe%r snce of be rren testified to good keep and mocb rare taken of tbem ; i hel r soldierly eartlage and perfect dressing prevsd that their officer* had proflt'el hy t?>e uatiriiaOy fine and op?n winter to hasten the military e<lucatlon Of the nnmerous recmite. Where sii w tre worth/ of jiraiae, It wexe invldloa* to poiat oat W M Particularly dMTTinf ft. Of nun then war* ^X"8* ?*? defre..; ?? regiment* that hare laAtnd ouh in Um wir, and, consequently, km y*ry few old eokiler* left. cannot to expect*! to look m well or to bo m good u other* that MMr cum oat whan tba eampaign was n*arly oyer, or have bad >ittlo fleitln* MO no hardship since >heir arrival. Tho Guards looked m uaualmliUry and imposing in their lofty betreklns the Bigt Under* were magnificently picture aqua. and re minded one, by their ata'ue-like imnoblll 'j in tba ranks, by thtir atern veteran aspect and lofty stature af Var net'* picture* of tba VieUe Oarca on parade. rheT vera lb. aquation cf tba for^ig oara p,iam?and wS Ibw might be, for as> u redly no liner troops eyar dxad bayonet. The battalu ?? of rifle* were also much praised by tbe lkt,T 'aabion of carrying their arms trailed a stead of shouldered g.yin* a graceful ea*e and ?nppleneea to their march. Many were the tat '.feed and shot i en t banners yea.erdav bo>ne by. Tba colors of tie 28d FwiUer* ware like a sieve, pierced with eountleee bullets and tolling the eloquent fil? vf Allc* aBd 01 Inkern>aen. Those of tie 1 7th atd 97 th were murh ricdled, ana no ware those ?/ ?.!"*, "??<>* ahich were fain to keep their banner* tuned, their torn condition not al io* log tlieir t'isplsy to the breeze. ibe whole of lha troops haying marched past in open colump, bad formed op at seme tistance to the north of telegraph hill, on lowar ground nearer to tba oamp, and thither General Codriigton row p oceeded, totloaea. of P' 1'toplo were chilUa wi'h hiturg still on Xhkir i or per, acd < eltghUd to qei a cantor* t'e g.oiiLa was grod, the air freph, the opportunity' tempt tig, sod away w*n' hign mettled Kcglish cbage-s. fltet Aiacs, and I. ugh Tiikieh and Tartar ponies at u sir art pace. Th* fie d sac a Urge one, an J two or three email ditsh toward* ti e fcsd o' tae course gat* aaima.io* to the 5 *i until at last '.he (ienvral tat ruu to earh hard by ?here sat the Fier^h Man.hu 1 in hU carriage sto ail pulled up to ai ness the ?ec >ort Jililc, which was In c0 ui?n. Alter this the t'ltrisio-'H maccaed a.raight at. ay to f'air y&iicns earups a&d the country on all tlces wae s?en thick iy ? pruiti-d with horsemen can te irg boniw&:ds ben ir mot cases, 1 m<pect, on ta kirg to thfBiH*iw soirelhliig o' a warcjing natare, lor he co d bad i? ally (ifeji fharp. sud nc specu'atiie can UfLP.au h*d thought of stm. irg eaiasa'its with well ! iic?-n lhfk!t.H to \he tctne \>l the i?y'ew. Wten all , wastvtr (ai.d sfter tbe inarch patted in opcu cnl uttb) Jis'fhal l'elis?ier want up to Geutral Coi i if gt< n, srd. as I am irfenned, comp ioo-satcd tini iu the highlit teims on the appearance <f , his troops. It is iap3??ible but fiat he wis greatly | Miuc bj It. Tbe tuaV-rs oa parade vr a d have Seen ! conMt'ciatiiy U. gerhad tbe ahol?ofouc elective tni^acry ? umed out. buttien. H'a; teu'n b -iga .e*, j><aliwn?d at ti*I.a 'a 'a, 'sa net trcered up. cei -Usr we:e ihe72<iHffi acc.ers aid the t*o battilone ol the 1st of Koyals wbioi a etnc' Ei.eJ tauie way lejond Uam ra; and tben ta?re was the (,au if cn oi ttbsftopoi, and tue Rtdaa pi.iko? aid camp guartis, &c.; ?o ihat, altcgettM, there w.^re d an^ ba. el'orf and paris of Uttaliou^ ab'cnt. It w*i pojfc.j sr, infan-'y revie*-no artillery was tho-e, no: slv csvairj have tbe u?nd'\il cf Hjstarf ei,p! .y-d in 'a cortug ;te rierai sue kteiiind the ground. The ?haie a"aLr ln * n^ost fit'-factc y pod fl^Mier-JiB^ wa/. I (M not remnrk, nor bave J haard of a pW e i.bj'i i M. <idc (?fcerat (V drirgtoa lud ?yrry reason to bo pioud c. ibe .irmy te h:s he honji to coniaianJ. Affairs In Turkey . LOCAL IMPROVtMtM'B LIKELY TO RESULT KR'?\I PEATK ? TDK PRESENT NATIVE CAPITaL OP THIi I.MI'IKf- ' 'IW IT IS EI8TRIBUTET ? PROPOSITIONS K)R NtW bA.NKe, RAILROADS, SUIPPUJO, TRaDK AND MINK OPENING ? A NEW TURN FOR EUROPEAN INVEbTMlNTS. [CorieHjotdfnce of the L'nt'on Times 1 . , Co>STANTwon.?, Feb. 28, 1856. i or the last s'X *?eks the Tuikish goyernment haying lein df?p in tbe diEc^st ion ol general princip:eR, ia nis b^giiniig to turn i'.g a tentkm to matters of irnuelUte practical uti ity. which, if ! igh TurkUh functionariefc tou.d lor tx ce loiget thtir < wn private interest*, might uitiaa'ely lead to mere benetlciol resaits than their la bors Mice the beginning rf this jear. Ibe mat ere now aider corsiileration bays for tbelr crjfct the deyel.-.pean-DtJcljitle material uncurbs ol the country. Ibe fluctuation of the axebargs durlog Ihe ast mcrtb. and tbe cifficultics wheh the goye;n r.s: 'f ?"??*?!? wfr,?. iiliB <n tbe harket coeiog forced to sabrnit l? ?? 'y/"ny ot a few Greeks and Armenians, who regulate the j.iice ot mocey accordirg to their own conyeiiUice), bay? conyinoeo it of the necessity ofadopt irg stBt meef ures again* this cryirg eyil. The Goyern ttetit b'jpee to fini tfcis reittdjiin 'he c/ea iond'a bank on the plan of the Creoli Mobi.ler of France or Austria, ?Jiicn would ^erve the doable purpose of regulaiirff, on tnt* cne band, tbe untertaioty of tte mcnej market and Ol itrcsBg, CJ1 theater, a helping h*nd to agricullure aua lLcubtiy Tbe idea is cot only good, but what U more, it is prac ticab.e. and cinld be easily realized. There are already ?*Teral proposals for tho ?ctab isbment of snch an initi tuticn hi m fjifigo booses as well as from natiya compa nies. whichever propof al the goyernmant ajcep>, if a ? ef crtdn uiobilitr is really ro btnefit th* country it win d be desirable aboye aU that it should b?ar an es MDtiaily national ?Wrut?r, and than that it should be ?o the most lioerat basis. ?k-'y * t*?*1 <!'*1 of a?*d capital, ana low countries will be Iouli in which private indiylduaU taye so nuch na^y mcrey at bant; and tbis is the case no*. obij as lrgvns tbe h gber, but likewise the lower clasees ? wTir tJ.,:7^}.lonvE'V ^ to be greater with th?' j! l h the former. Kyen the poorest Tuikish sn.dltr, who las not been paid for mon'hs, and some time* fcr niore than a year, is rcarcely eyer without a ?! "n gold pieces in bis jurs* or eeced up In hi* ranted rloiht*. Tne inbabitan's rf the proyinces have like irtie kept np this old babit of boaidlDg their lit U tor. noes, wl ieb, fn tbe state of insteuiity in which they are nili Iwfi. i! iXt *'nt4- N,wly ,n ue ED?'Uh and iierchgold which has bten spent for the wanU of the army is in the'r haLds, and there it lies, and will mott Pffc'Wj be ftr ytars. What in tbe lower chute,! is caufta by fee.lrgs cf im-ecuiity, arises io the hlirh?r rar k*tf sretetytr'm tbe want ot rtoacs of inyestment. home or the I'?ch?s in the caiiial haye, indeed. tegun to instinct themselves in comirercial and tn ?tisunl oader *kirgs, but tbelr number is lew. O'htrs kaye taken to bujlrg chilllks or doaains; but in spite ol IbeadvatUges abich they ate able to eware to tben r*. Tts In the teginoipg, suih lurestnents turn out lor meat part cf them cuoplete iai ures, onicg to their ah 'P01- \beir ut er ignaraice of affairs o* tms hpj, and to tbo dishoreety oftbeir steward*, rhus .cg.ve y.u onlr one example: Kedfchld r**ha, with feveral other high < flicers, booght. aone years ago a '?J** tM.ci cf. 1,L1 113 tplnif, fonoe-ly beltngingto A'i 1 a-ha, cf Janica, frr m whem it had been cot fin sated. I: .TYj square raUsa in extent, and consists of yery o.Ci ???A,naC,,tl7 iD. ">? Pl^?, Irrigated by tbe riyerJ f r Ar,fc- *n'1 use^ to Urae reyeaues to iti former peieiecror But what with the de erioration ot the pioperty wniie it was administered ?y the co v?rim?ut, and 1 he little rare whioh tte new pro plieiora oould give to thefe oUtant domains, be? h^ee.ye. erg.ged In keeping up their influebce ,T the p.iitical uimoil if ,h* capital, the revenue* i nLsUige tract of Jatd did not yield rnori than 70 COO tHf.rea. IhU lasttd lar yeara, until the other shate .m. .? c.*'P*'r "bout ever makicg profits out tf this affair. *Ld wl bdrew, leaylng Kedsebid Pa^ha the ?(1? pi opr fetor. J his latter had tense enough to coofiie He anectirn of this prcrerty to au mtel igeut Kuropeio. pron isirg him 10 jer ccnt of the net rey. nue. an l sii ^ ) * years he gets an income of 700 000 pi utrr* mm it> ' The crnfequeree of ibis difficolty to ir.yeat money with apt tbirg like anyantete is that D?a-ly eyery Turk who fit-s Ic^es at :ea?t bait his pmpery in reaiy money be frcm circuUMon }'Cir" P:eTiott4 7 withdrawa Ihe eetabli.birent of a bank of Credit Mobi ier on a broad b*M? would by ^egnes biicg all tbi# dead e?pit*l i2.o p.ar, atd would et tho iitae ti/ce Laye a lug.- iotl'i ence ( n .he stale cf ihe b goer claj es in Turkey, iu tli t | amerce of eyery other en. pvyment which would re^a-d j them k r their Ubor, a'l men 'n turaey, es0>*ci?.Uy th? I oflspi ,i g < f th% i.fticial o'.ass, a>e born pl?:e huntert ( In 'hat s< rse'efb oenifaIli?'i.m. which jealtiudy n'eoiss ! to tbe provinces ey?ry free mry?ite?t, *r,y 0l,? who was i s o aovatce in hie ruturally lends towards Statr t,WTWL- v dr*wn lnto * 1 tf,e iatrigues of k i Tk efflcial life is composed, ani loses hii fn ? nt,> 1 "ew career in the agricil tural and c mmerc al c eysiopeiceut of tke country <u.u ccunter*ct ttU eyil moat powerfully by e>Ub l^hu g an lm-epeLc'ent cla^s cf men, whijli is entirely *Tui:;r^'K, rr?,heprr*ntiim?^" * ruing, thai i?. (.fficUl ela.^s, and ao .^pressed one, and i E< tb eg bttwer:u them to break the pre!<ure of the for n.er.nthelatler And tke eemeDtsP of snch an InJe pen *nt class, which ought to form au eo< ctlal c a ' 1>!i? |?ttcf eyery State, ate not wan tng in Turk. -y. lD Cons antin. p:"e I where everybody is drawD nirie nr legs into the whirl ol ?!.8?rernm?nt. tot in the proyinaes, where this ventrallaation has not thoiomhly ptmetrated nm-,^ tho large anoeo prnp ieto.s. I_tder the f< i me.- regime, when the p-ovir res enjoyel a esitain aitouut < t in e,enile.iC9 ana w'jre leu subjset to the nollMeal changes of ' he capital. many m?n con fined ibnr airlitioa to ?tiir native cistiicts, and by at taebitg henifelves to ihe f.rtnnes <>f cne ot another of the influential governing. acquired large lws<V<l proper ty. be me i f t hero, of course, ehated llie faU of thel' patrr d; aat we-e F-wept away wren be fell into dlegraee, a1* was iavsraMy the r-ase ?s soon as be '??ctice too pow eiful; but iibers ntnviviJ the fall tf their protestors, and kept tbeir property. Besilei this, fn several of th'* province ? thf re aie Mil! old f?n>i!ie<* rem'Unirg, posies, - ir g cot sleerab'e 'anted in'e;e?t, iating bef"r? lie Turk sh ecr^nest. it is true th1; grmt mij.irity of Iheee are Makortf flans, fcu* already since th? a-t lfl years, that ts, s'tce the Tarz'ma h?s given grm*er seen tty to non Uahim edar ?, the'-e latter are :jr? u^llv b -glnni g it lay out tbur rrtoey, hitherto carefully locks'! up, in iardL Take, for Iwtonc?. Mscecoria. In < very one of tho titr?r U.wts, mob *s Vruastlr, Kast. iii*, i-erie*. Sk., a c uster of Greek aid VaUarh lnbatltant* are settled who, having gTonn rith by eoTctteree Is be raw orodu*e ot the country wb ch U:?y Va^e entirely in their bauds, ate investng all their commercial ?a1ns In latid, so that It !' not naccmin'n to meet with prnorievirr who pro duce 0 OuO to 10,000 kllr.B of grain a j ear. abd who p>s sees a s'ock < f 16 '>00 to i0,C00 sheep and several th<m serf's of cattle and mules. A 'utme lurke; must be baaed on these element* and every step wli?.h facilitates the growth of this iirh ir.de pet ''?it c as? In the prcvireea ought to be enoiursged. It is these cotsl?ler?tioi a wbleh f,u?ht to preval' in the (?eo.Mrns ab<ut a hank c f Crtdlt Moblller, If it la to be of any ital eervice to Toraev. It la in auch matter* that f< rel|n influence ought to be brought into play and Ea roj er.n if.eas applied. If we really wish to benefit Turkey her Interest* ought to be eriholted In the first pia^o, because If we s'art 'rem the mistaken ecmmerclal principle of gaining mo rteatary large proflta we stint the growth of the material resrnrces of the country; the institution will never ac tni>e iha confidence of the |>?op!e, and become what moat v her Imitations of Kuropean Ideas have fumed out in Turkey, a failure. The first endeavor ought to be, there fore, to afford facilities for native capital to take part in *ny eueh undertaking, and then to watch that the Turk ish government should net make a food jab of the erea [ tion <f a hank of Credit Mobl ier Beelr'es the discn-ilons about a hank, the Idea of a rail way frtm thle place to Belgrade has likewise be?n again liiotgnt on the tuft*. Already, ?eveial year* ago, the Tvikieb faverianest employed an Fngliah c'Til tng'neer, Mr. LmIj, to ukt aurveya over tkt wh h lint, the lei 0th of which la about eight hundred mtlM Tble preliminary luiTtj ?u finished a short time balore the war broke out, which naturally put an end to all auoh pr? jeois. It has again be?n re am ed bow. The protested line won d touch all the moat ptpoloue towna on ita way? Adrianople, Phlllppo 11a & phia, Miah, isemendrta and Belgrade. t>om tl>U main line a branoh would run up to ?huol% an) Rus'cliuk, and connect the Danube by rail with the CAlitftL There can be no doubt that, should peace be dee'ared, Europe will be a warming with plana for iaveating capital In Turkey. Tbla will become a mania, like that of rail ways aome time ago. and if considerable caution in not uaed, It will lead to juat aa many diaappUntmenta. The railway to Belgrade will be probably one of the first on the list of plana and failures, because premature. It Is mainly passenger traffic which paya on railways, and thl*, under the actual circumatanoea, 1a nearly nil in the eoun<r lea which this line would trarveree; on the otter band, there countries, although of great natu ral fertility, are by no uietns developed enough to reid large supplies of raw prodnoe to foreign iuaraets, ani would be a'ways beaten in their competition with vhe llanublan Prlicipallties. Bulgaiut, which al-ne o.i u Id ,n future take a considerable nliaie iu the exporta tion of grain and oa'.tie, is not touched by this proj ctei lit e, but is sepsrated from it by the cli&ln of the Balkan. Tbe chief source of wealth cf Roumelia, or the country on the southern elores of the Balkan c*>ain, will be lis n.ineral produce, which hitherto has bseu entirely no > l?ct. <1; and until ihia is developed a railway traversing it vill lever pay. While talking about llie material lenources of Turkey, I must tay a few w.ids stout the cjal mines at K?lto, 7hey ha\e been now tcr eighteen months worked by the Etgih gt verrment, trio, cotsl.'ericg the shortneas o! the Tine, and tic oiflicul ies which were encountered when the Turkish sc ministration was superseded, are ta ufneioiy. On tie aist of October the shipping season ceased; the returns extend, therefore, on:y up to that time. The whole quantity extracted curing the period ol fourteen montbs which had e!ip?ed, was 42,812 6 20 ton?, of tchkh 23, 5.'. 8 5.20 were i hipped fjr the u.-e of the Engluh navy, 4.274 tors g ven to th? French, and 15,000 tons re gain leady for rhtppiTg early in spilng. Tue costs, in ch-riDg the experts wbiih the shipping of these re rosin; g 16 0(0 tons *ill cause, amoua~. to ?12,198, sa tba". ihe averse CBHt per tin fs 16s., exclusive of the rcjaily if len p;-r ceut pajabie to the Turku h govorn di> l , and ten per cent whioh Meesra. Berkley thiok Ktoula te allowed for t>.e in lei lor evaporating powers of this coal, in oider to etta^ Kh an equitable c ?tupirisoti betf ten itS sjat lx* J tJ1B ^ C'twneu fr5ui ?ard. With the^e a'.diticrii ite t< n t fc >al on bonrd ship at Kreloo costs ?H 7s. G%d , while tue cost of Eagiinu ccal jn pert at Cons'.antincple was for ths last year&5s. per fhv. For the next iweve months it is hipei ih&t 42 800 tens will be extracted, which, wi'hthe 15,000 net 30: f hipped, makes 67 800 tons. But tbis id vhe quanlity wbi.h rnuy bo extracted; the (quantity which can rtuJly ce shipped dipeiidi on the nmnbn of mules *rd bul.t.ck carta whioh c*n be employed for its convey ance* to tue shipping straits at Zaogeiruk and thercs to our depots a . Koslr.o. Fc r the 67 , St 0 tons 300 mules and 100 tiiliock caris would bs required, ana Ihey c*n eisily be pmcuitd Id the it* ignbjrL.i d. Twenty ijjhts.s, able to tarry la fine weather from 400 to boo tma a cay on bcaro, wotua be hufticient far their convey at ce to the Teasels. lfccie bus been a new layer of coal, of a auperlor quality, finrd in tnt neighborhood ot Koslo), at Oozel muz. It it> new picposeu to coca.ruot a railway from thtnee to /ungeiduk. Ihe oost would be ?10^0, a put ot wLich wou:d be, acscroirg to the cony^-niion, l-eptio by The luikish government whon it wi.l tak-i again the ad u.itistrati< n ol the ttai rtines into i'.s Hands. GREAT RELIGIOUS STRUGGLE IN SMYRNA? COND0CT Of THE CBKlbTIAKS WHtN HUB FKOH THE 1URKS. [Correspotdence ot the I.ondon Times.] Berij.n, March 8, 1856. A letter from Smyrna of the 27th of February, states that the Imperial H*i-iium>tynun ot the 18lh of that month, anthuriziig tfce introduction of the new reforms, was publicly read on ihe 2.'!d; lor this puipose Suleiman Pa* lia had ussembied ihe dragomans of the different C >a tie (;^een fad Armenian Ar^hblsnop^ the Chief Kabb> ?;,] aii tlie mei> uers of the Meoj m *uo are silu" jec a cf tie Por'e, and all the superior Turkish oBicials. Al'er tte hat had been read tbe (ireek Arcibinhop ex pieseedtbe thanks of the church to the fadi.hah, and a^ded that henceforth all the believers of his caurch Mould lcok ujon all Turks as brethren. Tbe l'asha here npOD inllnattd to the (ireek and Armenian mennets ol the Medj is lhat they were for the future entitled to ride to '.he Knnak on horteback, and t? bring their own pipes with them to the sittings cf the Court. There was no particu'ar ceremonial observed on the oeca ficn. What t' e effect of tbe pub'ioaiion of the hat was on the lius-u'uan (>opu!aticn had nat been visible ; that picduced cn the rityahs, on the contrary, was very mm kid. Jhe Gitek and Armenian Archtishopa united tbeir corgiegaiioEft and celebrated in the Greek church a Te DamU at which ihe AriLtnian Aro.hUih:'p was pre-.eat, and then another in the Armenian church, which the Creek Archbishop joit ed In. Within a very few cays tbe (iietkB midint in bay inn bad formed a commute# to riaKze as soon as poieikle their newly -acquired rights of rnotdutaiUii. Vcrjr atccOU/ ttitre are to Ikj ? Uu>?' h dc a girls' school established. Sueh ampla funds had been aubtcribed for thta purpofe that the committee had < ten jui-tilied in selecting the largest, alihuagh the dear tat, vacant site in Snyina; teachers of both sexes, i was decided, tht uld be procured from Proteatant Ger mary. )n Bourrabat the foundation waa laid for a new Chria 1 lan rhurch cn ihe 26th cf .February, probably tue flret Lurch lhat Kill fcave been foundea Hubafc?iuently to the 1 uclicatlcn of tie Laf. The wholeedifice is to be erected ly Mr. Wi ball or the l'rotestant residen'sat Bournabat. Mr W iiball, wi h lis fami y aid friends, among whom waa tho Prnisian Cozau*, wai present at the ceremony. Annexation of Uode to England. In tie He me ot Commons on Much 4, riir E. Prrrv ?foe n<virg for certain ictorns of which he had given aetice. obreived that, although he ?u conscious of the zr i a u r,<? with which tbe House habitually listened to cverte critieismc upon the theory and practice of aa r f y.p tlon to our don.iciocB In Jnoia, he ye t eon.'d not re frain item warning them against the monatrbui doe tiitea broached ca this subject by the press ot that cc vntiy, ai d also of Engiatd. The principle ot annexa tion w?b object lor able, as the reiurts to whi:h his mo ticniefcued would s-how, even in a financial point of view; tut be was amicus to learn what posi-iole ground ot right ct old be alleged for our meat lecent transaction if this kit i-Tii. : tbeacntxaii n of OudeV The Indian prcs creniv aurerted that lrcia exis'ed for the Fole benefit of the Biitfhb, and that whenever any native ru'er was fian<l to at use his ' udc'.Icds, we would be perfectly au thrr'zeo in abrcrting his ' erritoriea. Woula the Presi dent of tb< Beard of Contral lend any sanction to such minhtious (Jrctrii.es as there!' Ihe hiding journal tf Eutnpe alio applauded the anifxatvm of Owl*, tuiiporliny that out hj gron exaggeration.', and at the same tune aug g?s- irg 'he mrst imnrral motives for the cindact of our gcveriatat in tt? matter. Impartial witnesses, ac quainted wiili the state of Oude, testified that in regard to the condition ot its peasantry and the cnltivviun of its nt.il, it would not r uffer from a comparison with the adjacent territories under Bri lah sway. To talk of t'ae native fccveieign af that State, as though he were 04 ia.1 to a Cal'gula, and to repiesent the mmgovernment of hi<! domini* ns as beirg < nly paralleled by that of the I/jwer Empire, was wr.olly fallacious. Bin system of admiaist ration might, indeed, be far irom the test that cou'd be deviled, but that was baldly a evfficieut jas'ification for despoiling him of bis ctnitioB*. Be (fir K. Perry) therefore h<pedthat the outrageous principles to which he had adverted would be authoritative y repudiated oa the part of the home fmniMt by ihe FlIlIM of the la il of Control, be he tor able mem'ter concluded by Moving inr a ''re turn er umnating Use retenl terri'oiies which havebtei arrexed, or bave been proposed to be annexed, to the British dornii ions by the Governor General of Imia slaee the c <~.'? 01 the Punjab war, staling tH? iriunda of an cr-xati. n orpropciedannexaiion, with the cases in whiih the aercnt ?1 ;ne Court of IMreitors bas been withheld, ?i 'i Ht*\i. g the area, popnla i n. grots aad net rereuues ' f etch territories, so far as the sane have l>e>n estima'. ed rr aic-arained. And, like return, giving an abatra .1 of the revenues atd charge* of India, iasluding tae chages disbursed In Englam for the years csmpriaeil m tie trit return, and bhowirg the eurplun or aelclt ia each year, so far aa ih* Marc .e has teen estimated or as oer taireo." Ixrd J. M v.tN?BP wished to ask the right honoraMeg^n tleman (the President of the Board of (Inatrolj, bef re h? ?tswereo tbe honorable member's question, whether, a the dopatrb which had been 1 ent cut to I/>rd Palhousia relative to ihe lettlement of the disturbances in Onde, tbe aiveiatif n of that province formal any part uf the icggeslit ca rare to tbe Governor General. Mr. V. f-'MiTH thought the speeoh of the honorable aad learned gen'lewan (?lr E. Pe> rv) moat uncalled for, as 'be returns fi r which be morrd could alone furnish tbe lafoirraii' d leqtiied to enable the House to form a ov ieet judgment on the question which he had 10 pre-, a- 1 1uiei> introduced. In tbe course of Jait summer Lord JJalhoueie sent home for the opinion ot the Court of Di rectors and tbe gcverrroent as to tbe bent mode ef d??1 'rg w.th ihe affbirs r f Oide, wbicb had long oceasi>' -1 ar prthec?i:n aad dt'auletuda to the government. of ! i* oia. After laneh deliberation, tbe home authorities tur wsrdidto l?rd Dalhcuale a despatch, detailing diflerent methcta of prceee'lipg to be resorted to acc'ircirg to his owa (lieittirn; but he (Mr. V. Binitb) must 'oTb?ar e* terlig furlber into tba q 11 k lion until the ?ln!e of t'i? paper* re'atlag to the sulijwt were laa^'y for Bie?ecU li'.n to Pail'srarnt. A prematire ?X5ressa?n of t.pinion cn be pert of that House might instigate the King 0?de to throw difficulties In the * jy of a "atinfacto y %/ Jnstir?nt of tbe quention. Wi'h regard to the articl. i to wbicb 'he hf noi able munttr had ailu !ed as having ajipeared In 'ne rewfraio:n of Ituia and thin country, lie c- u'd rnly dtic'aiiD if?(? pfUility for any 01 mien' "t1! ,t m'gbt bavo been protnu'gated through such chacnels, and the more especially so if thoee opinions were really Of tbe 1 m^BstrcuH" charac'er imputed to them ty ihe bore rable snd learr ed gentlemsn. At the name time the rra''<iirihi?traii''n of the government ofOa^e was a que* 1 tier wticb had been afrltated for year*, sio I' was impos ^?lle frr ary fi'.vernment celling itself oivii/ed to pirrait I eutb a state of ihlngs to continue. In answer to the ((uesiii n put by tfce ncble lord (lord J. \!anne?i). it ' wceld tea were ] lay upr-n w~rds for him (Mr. V. Fmlth) I to deny that the alternative ofancexa'ion sas implied in 1 a'nrrst every ' te ef 'he mni'esrecimmended by the home ' g< verrrrc-nt 'n Ueir despatch fr,r dealing with the diftl ; rnitiee rf Code. He bad nn objection to the production I of the returns moved for. Mr. Oiwiv begged to enter liln protest agaiest the ' course we were abont to pursue io anrexlrig Oufe. He I wished to a*k tbe right bon gentleman whether, havieir ^ toirowed reverai millions frrm tbe King of Onde, which ; we wrced Mm itto lecdicg ns, aad tor which we forced Mm to iccept In exchange a worthless bit of territory belrrglrg to the Bajah of Nepanl, tbe Kast India Com r?ij weie grlng to repay the King of Oude that money ? Tbe Timm nad put It aa a mere money question, lint he telitved it wonld be foncd that Ihe new teriitory would Ve in ircr?BFed o?st to us, since we should have to em ploy trorpe to collect the revenue Ther?x>pU o f Owl* hail no uvh iott.mr under Mir th/mini'm. It wai netjeaury tlat this qeeatloa should be> discussed, and an opportu nity oi'ght to be given for the Home 1 f Commons to say wbeller such Immoral ants should be carried on in the r.aiue rf tte peop e of Erg'ard. Mr. Kikpajhd had great confidence in the judgment of the Governor General. who had ao ably eondueted the affairs of India for eight years. Ihe return* war* hmb ordered. Che ippnweLIng Accoucbmrat of Iha Kmpreaa Eugenie. BOYAL PBOOBAMMB TO BB OB8BBVBD IN rABIS. Tnelollcwug programme of the ceremony to be ot> lerved cn ihe birth of I*rinces or PnnoesBea. children of the Emperor, has bean published officially in i'arta:? Aa scon aa the Knoprers shall feal the ttrat pain* ot la bor, lb* Grand Ultima of her Household will wait upon bar Majesty. Ah toon aa the Grand Mistress ihaH have arrived, aha will take the Emperor 'a orders, and aha will Bend to in t iim the l'rincea and Prineeaaes of the Imperial family, the memtera of the <ami>y of the Eioper or bokllnj rank at Oourt, the mother of the Kmpreaa, the grand officers of the I'm in the Mtn'atera and the President of tbe Coun cil of State, the Han ha la Admiral*, Grand Chancellor of th? Imperial Order ot the Legion ot Honor, the Govarnor of tbe Invalides, the Command er-inCh'ef of the National Guaid of the Seine, tlie General in Comaand of tbe Im pel ial Guard, tbe Adjutant-General of the Palase, the cfllceis aid lac lea of the houaetolda of their Majastiea. Ail these perform Boat appear at the luiieriea Indreaa, aa in goirg to high macs, ihe ladlea la morning costume. Ihe I'riucta, Pr incomes, ana mo'herof the Kiipre* wOI be dcly icjorntd by the oflicers of tha Emperor' bomeholi designate' by liia Majesty. Vhe Strata, ihe Legislative oorpa, and Ihe munlctpa authoritieE of 1'aiia, will also be informed by an oflijer o the ?aperor>* household, ao tbat they may do assemble at the moment lila Me jetty tend* to announce the bin of the cbi d. In ile Eapets'a chamber there will only b? preaeo*; the notbei of the Kmpreaa, the Grand Mistreaa of ha ? Majesty'* Hcutebo d, the Governess and the Lviy iu Waititg cn her Majeity. In the gnen racoon, contiguous to tbe Eenyreaa's cinm ter, tie fiir.ee* and Princesses of the Imperial family and the irtmhtrs of 'he Eapercr'a family holding rank at Court will l?e asBen.bied. In tie ralcon cf the Empress wtll bs assembled th3 hiph officers of the Crovn. tbe Mini-tern, Mi'shala, A'l n.lrals, the Grar.d Chancellor of the Legion ol H.ncr, tae Govt mor of tbe Invn !tde?, the Commander lu-Uhief of tbe National Gua;da of the fceine, the General in<Coiumand of the lmcmal Guaid, the Ad jntant- General of tbe Palace, the I.aciea in Waitlrg ot the Kmpreaa, the Under Go veiEtanea and Iafiea in Wailing on tbe Prineeflsea. The Grand Maater ot tbe Household and the Firat Chan ber lain of the Empress will do tho honors of the aparljmpt la the absence of the Grand Mistreas and I-ady ot li> ?<^ ?er Jiajebty, Ihe officers 01 theii' Majesties' household, the officers of tlie Priicea and Princesses, will as>omble In tbe tbi d saloon, which ia thej first after the guards' hail, and in the guard*' hall. Wiun iha 'art psion of labor shall be felt, their Exce'. lerclea the Mliii-ter of State and the Keeper of tbe Seals fliaii be rent for anu brot ght I ito the chamber. Huch of tho Princes und Pi inceesea shall also be admitted as hia Majesty nnny deem advisable, 'iiie unter nurtea will be t ent 'or when their lervioas are required. When the child shall have be?n presented to tbe Em peror or.d to the Empress by t.lie head nu?e, it will bo preien-ed to bis fxcellency the Muiater ot .Stato, and to his Excellency the Keiper of the Seals, who wH at once proceed to the saloon occupied by hia Excel lency the 1'iealdent of the Council of ftate, ialfiilicg the fanctiona attiibuted to him by the thirteenth article of u e impei i&l a'atnte of ihe 21?t of Jnne, 1853. A formal Btatentnt cf the birth of the child will be drawn up. Ihe Imperial child will then be carried to its apirt trent by ihe h< at nurse, accompanied by her aub-nuraea, tbe General commanding the Imperial Guard, and tbe Fquerry cn duly. Tbia arrtcge will leave the bedsbambar, ci oss tee saloons, an 3 en'er tbe apartment prepared for the cbi d. In i hi' apartment will be assembled tbe persons ap pointed by ihe Emperor to wait upon the Imperial child. Ihe Em; eror bavicg returned to his State apartments, wilVrective the corgratuiations of tbe persons aaaembled in the Empress's apartments. On tbe dny or rn the morrow of the confinement the Imperial child will be privately baptized In the Palace ( ha pel by tbe Emperot't First Almoner, in preface ibe Princes Piincwes ol the Imperial the I and Pilncft.sea ot the family of Emperor h?ld irj iatk at Court, tbe mother of Empress, the grand ofuceia of the Crown, the Cardinals, Micisters, Marshals, Aomirala. PUiW^t ot the fcena'e, &c. After the ceremony of baptism a Te Deum will be chanted, and before the Te Deum the Royal child will have been taken to his cwn apartment. The Grand Chancellor ot the Legion of Honor will take tojt he Imperial Prince the Grand Cordon of that 0;der and the Military Medal. [Ihe official programme asanmea that it la a prince that will be born, but in the margin certain alterations are made, in ease it, should be a prineffs.] The Princes and Princesses, relations of the Emperor and Km press, will be informed of the birth of the Impe rial Prince by letters written by the Emperor himself, and conveyed by o fliers ot hia household. Tbe Senate and Legislative body will receive informa tion from an cfficer of tbe Emperor's household, the birth mil be announced in the same manner to the mu nicipal authorities of Paris. The Grsnd Master of the Ceremonies will send a Master of tk? CantiM tiian tn tho imkuaadoin. and an Aw>'tut of the Ceremonies to the foreign Ministers, to announce the birth ol the child. Each Minis' er, in his department, will take tbe suitable measures to inform his agents of tbe blrtb, abroad as w<ll as at heme. As soon as the Imperial Prince is bom, a salvo of 101 gnns will be fired; the tame salvo will be fired in eoun trien occupied by French troop. [In case of it baing a Princess only 21 guns will be fired. In the evening the public buildings will be illuminated. CEBEH0KIK8 TO T4KE PLACE ON THE DATS FOL LOWING THE BIRTH. On tbe morrow, or oa the oay after the morroir, of the Emprise's confinement, the Emperor, haviag received the cont ratulaitcne of tbe ciplomttic body, will ascend tbe tbicne. llis Majesty will be snrronnded by the piincesof tbe Imperial family and by tbe other member* of tie Emperoi's family holdlrg rank at Court; as also the grand officers r.f the Crown, the oflioers of the house bold, Cardinals, Marshals, Admirals and all tbe other fuDetlonaiita, ke. Ihe Presidents cf tbe Senate and tbe Legislative body will aloce harangue the Emperor. All these different bodus v* Lil be presented as is usual on toltmn presentation. On leaving the audience of the Emperor they will be at mitted to the new born 1'ilcce. Tbey Kill meet in the i Salon tie la Pair, and will, *uc cersirely, be acmltttd to ihe apartment of the Imperial Prince. TLey will leave it by the doer oppjeite to the one by which they entered. A? icon as tbe health of the Empress will allow it, her Mtjest* will appoint the days upon which she will re ceive tie congratulations of tbe Prinoe* and Prlnceeses. ladies of tte palace, wives of the Ministers, &c., aid the corgiatu'ationa of the high cftieers of the Crown, Car dinals, Musbals, Admirals, kr. Eer M?J? sty will also teceive tbe congratulations of ths n embers cf the diplomatic body and their ladle*. Tbe Empress will receive all these oongratula'.ims in her easy chair. When her health is completely iesto:ed the Empress will te lifted up by the 6rand Almoner, according to the special cetemoty oravn up. Tbe oremocy of tbe public baptism of the Imperial Prince will take place at Notre Dame after the churching cf her Majesty. Immediately after that oerenony a so'f inn 7 1 Otvm will be performed A Te h'VTn will be cbsuted in the Church of Notre 0?me of 1'aiis. and in all the churches of Iranoe, en the Sunday following the dar cf the birth. CAMBAtERES, Oratd Master ef the Ceremoni-*. Palais Rotai, March 3. Inspection of Floar. To N*. H. Woisn, Fug., President New York Com Exsh&nge Flour Infection Association Baxkir March 21, 1856. Tbe undersigned, corn and flour dealers in this ci'y. congratulate your association that aoine determined ef forts are being made by ycur very respectable body to elevate ati improve the inspection of flour at your maiket. We are in this section ol the countiy large pur chase; s and consumers of flour, and it la very annoying, not to pay wrong, that we have so long been imposed upon by bad Inspection, or rearer, no inspection at all. Our jecple will net Pnger submit, and demand of the seller a better article; which, unless your market will foinirh, a rival one at Montreal will, and, as a matter of course, draw us thither. Your city is the most convenient and desirable mart, and we should much prefer con 1 inning un acquaintance, 'ao long and pleasantly bad, with your merchants. We shall await with so ire interest tbe i phuit of ycur efforts In trying to check this tauipeiing in so important a matter as that of breadstuff*, and trust tbev will fee crowned with success. ilayward k Harris, Ifeomas A. Taylor & Co., Jn or True. Jehu P. Iient, Clarke & Ay? r, Mutual Store Cox l&nv 1'taiHon k Crosby, Nash k Sulkland, Fieke & Iht'e, K. A. Upton k Co., William Sandford, Jao>b C. Smith, f-iccey lh?xten, Atwocd k Nickeison, P. P. Pearson, J. H. Bow'en, Cyme (iocs, William .lewell, IHUtnghim k Smith. Junes I la ike, F. M. Sabine k Co., C. A. l.auning, C. H. Tanning k Co. .Soldiers' Right*. TO TBI EDITOR OF THE HERALD. After waiting a long tisae In (xpectatttlon of receiving my .jet reward for services rendered tbe United S ate* during the war wi'.h Mexico, and having failed to reo>lve it, I beg leave to inquire through the column* of ?u.. paper for tbe reason of such failure. In 1817 a bill ??? parsed by Congress granting certifi cate* cf merit to aurh noncommissioned officers, mnsi clans and privates of the ?rmy of the Unite! States. ?? should be recommended by the commanding officer of their company, for peraonal act* of extraordinary devo tion ot brarery in the perlormanca of thoir fluty, an<i that those to whom such certificatts were granted should, n virtue tbeieof, receive the additional pay of two dol ars per month, durirg tli?ir cont'nuance in nervice. Beug myself one of many who reoeived ?u?h ret >m meofatitn, 1 made application for tbe pfomlted reward, but without avail. Other* who+e name* are now enroll ed in the Adjutant Oeoeral's office, were also dltcarded by tbegovemment official*, and are eoiuaily aaxious with nivieif to knew tbe reason ef such gross neglect. Many bills wblcli wet* passtd by the Cnngrea* of 1864 ai^ nst.ll y attssted the gratitude which was felt by onr statesman for the sold'sr, but while with sueh grateful hearts they were tewaidlng *nd preparing to reward the soldier for bis services, ferba|is it would have been well to have parsed and Inquired whether he had reaeived that bene fit which the labor* of his superiors had already been de signed to afford. I am not aware that there 1* any aet of Corgjet* cxis'lng that rupeiaede* the above aet. but ft you ( an Infoini me of any, or assign any reaaom for the withholding of the ju?t dues of the soldier, von will nbDge ONE WHO HAS FoU<;HT FOR HIS COUNTRY. T,A>n Warrants ?The market at Washington, it ai'pe* rs, is In New York, Is being overstocked with n (1 wa.rant*. The.Vfcir report* a further decline u 4 to G cents ?er*. A RM Mmi'i IptMh In Albany. The follow irg imvki neteeUd# la substance, oa the 28th instant, before the Indian Committee of the House of Representatives in Alkany, by Austin E. Quinnsy, Chief Baebem of the Stock bridge tribe, now here, with others ot that tiibe. npon business: ? Brothers? listen to me; I am going to say a few words. Brothers? I am ?x'rsmcly happy, and thank the Great Spirit a so y? that I am permitted to m yon, and hate the opportunity of eajing a few words upon a subject that has be? n much talked about by my old people. iirothers? I am told hy them that about this plaee was tli? plaee where they first became acquainted with the whites. aLd wle:e 'hey made f-lendu wlh them. Brother*? My people tell me that after they made friendship with the whites, they sold them a strip of land on the west tide of 'he river now called the Hudson river, and upon which now stands the city of Albany, and another piece or so npon the east side of the river. I cannot give j on tbe deasrip ion of the land that was sold by mv forefathers. I refer you to the deeda that were given. Bi others? My old people have repeatedly auured ma that tlare wax a gr?i>t deal of land remaining unsold on both aides of the Mohhe-oon-nlk or Hudson river; and this is the re?ecn why many of my people have always lingered and lived about here until the year 1848, when 'he Legislatuie of this State made provision to have tliem removed Wen*. Brctheri ? I have now corns here with some of th* other cbie's of the 8trckbrldge tubs, not to beg, nor to have anything to oo with what our fathers sold, nor yet to atk anything from the imp ovenents made by the oc cupants of the lands, but to ask he Legislature to open the wav whereby inj people may obtaiu some sa'.isftctljn for their rights. Brctherf ? Befoie t he whi'e man came my peopl9 own ed and tcsupitd all 'be lands extending from the eiate -n Irundarj ot tbe aix Nations awiy lntj wli?,t is now the S*ate of Maseacbueeus. For the evidence of this you will find that oonstry dotted wi h the signilleant Indian names which were given by my fathers. Broth-re ? Dice we wetemaay, now wo are fow--w? * ere strong but are cow weak. The shadow of 1he white man c ntinues to drive us West. Wa have been oiteu lorced to renK<ve our forefathers, cntfl we have 1 tanked Wiscor>in, where now live between three and lour hundred >f the original Stockbridg"? tcib?. Brother* ? We f:ught sice bv aide for Hbirty. The bones of our fa:herr. lay together ? tbe ea th has draak ibtir blood alike. \Vhe*ie your braves are, mine are, and where jour wairiort .'el', there fail mine. As brothers, t*>en, we trust you will do us good? extend your arm over on r weakness uci help ua this once. Not t-> d > wrong? this o\y fceprt would rcorn ? but to pass a law that ine whiie man be led to do right to my people. ' ? "" " '' Tl" -* Mik FateiiU Islseit. The following1 patea's were issued (com the United Fiat. x Patent Office, for tte weekending March '.25, 18T56? each leering th?'. d?te: - Lar. Jifert Al>xf>nder, of New York, for Improve asnt la propel irg vest-els. Gufctav A. B.itthowKki k Frederick Ilollinan, of Near Yoik, N. V , tor improvement in needle gans. Cbailes H. Key, o' Butimore, lid., aoministrator of stmon F. Bluut. deceased, lcr improvement in detaching beats fjr< m their tackle. Adolpb & Felix Brown of New York, N. Y., for machine for cutting leaf sugar. Ambr se K Rum-ide, of Bristol, R. I., t.r Improvement In breech Icadii g fire arms. Abraham Coats. ot Ne * York, N. Y., for improvement in legulaMi g ti e flow of < il to toe wiek In Carcel lamps. George H C till k blit-ha Harris, ot Providence, R I., for irHfir< vcrrien' In pretees for punching. Charles W Pavls, of Newark, N. J., for improvement in' fruit or grain dryers. Jipejhufa Echoic, of Columbus, Ga.t for improvement in stcne (tillirg machines. Calvin Fletcher, of Cincinnati, Ohio, for improvement in paddle wheels. John S. Gillaher, Jr.. cf Washington, 9. C., for im provement in watr.r coolers and filters. Jeste Gilman, oi Nashua, N. fi., ior improved lath ma chine. gtejhen polfl, Ifof Haven, Conn., for Improve* meet in sutm raCtator corks. Salvor Halvnmon, of Boston, Mass., assignor to P. K. Slrcum and Rctert Wa'kinscn, of Hartford, Conn., far improved miniature cate. J. W. Hoard, of Providence, R. I, for improved pil? driver. . Wm. W. Hnhbell, of Philadelphia, Pa , for improvement in explosive fhelh. Wm. Jenks, of Alexandria, Ya., for improvement In hard coin planters. Charles Jones, of Brooklyn, N. Y., for Improvement In ash sifters. Konrad Kiefer, of New York, N. Y., for improvement in fan rocking chairs. Charles H. Ls vis, of Maiden. Mass., for improvement in spring platform for railroad cars. N. Murphy Lowe, of Boston, Mass , for Improved piano forte action. izel S. Li man. of New York, N. Y., for Improved me thod of cooling ard veatilating rooms, etc. J. W. Mahan, cf I/txlngton, 111., for improved carpen ters' berch. Jos. Miller, of Boston, Mass., for machine ior sweeping streets. Edwin P. Monroe, of Char It alow a, Mass., for improve ment in gun locks. Henry K. & James L. Plimpton, of Hamdeu county, Maes., for improvement in wardrobe, bedsteads, com bined with other furniture. Lucius Paige, ot Cavendish, Vt., for improvement in the levers ot railroad car brakep. Horatio 0. Perry, of Buffalo, N. Y., for Improved valve motion for oscillating eng'ces. Cyrus Roberta h John Cox, of New Hops, Va., for im provement in grain separators. J. B. Reyman, of Salem, Ind., for flold fence. Jsmee Rowe, cf Tampa Bay, Florida, for portable field fenoes. Junius M. Sampson, of Wayceeville, HI., for improved post di iver. Albert Spencer, of New York, N. Y , for Improvement in machines tor tiling bat bodies. Solon Staples, of Bath, Me., for Improved clamp for plarking thips. O. M. Siiliman and Stephen Wilcox, Jr., of Westerly, R. I., for improvements in steam boilers. Jno. Stull, of Philadelphia, Pa., for improvement fo. tyrfnge bottles for msaiclnal agenti. Anoiew J. Sweecev, of Wheeling. Ya., for wafer metre. Wm. Tfccmas, ot New York, N. Y., tor improved ooek for steam, water, &c. Wm. B. Tewers. of Philadelphia, Pa., for improvement in ' Keepers" to prevent slipping on ice, &o. Wm. Warwick, of Pittaburg, Pa., for improvement in wrenches. A. W. Washburn, of Yszoo City, Miss., for improve ment in cotton seed planters. James H. Bennett, oi Bennington, Yt, for improved butter wotker. Samuel Beaumont, cfNew York, for self setting rat trsp. John A. Bailey, of Detroit, Mich., for improvement in mscl ires 'or sawing marble in obelisk form. Mlcajsh Crenshaw, of Springfield, Texas, for improved cul1iva>lng plough. Samuel Green, of Lynn, Mass., for improvement in tools for figuting moroooo. John Hseelton, of Gr ffstown, N. H., for water wheel. Issachar A. Bea d, of Springfield, Mass.. for improve* ment in machines for sawing marble in obelisk form. Phi'ip Schrsg, ot Washington, D. C., for improved mould for earthen vessels, pots, fcc.| D. H. Thompsot , of Fitchburg, Mass., for improvement in machines for rt king snd loading hay. A. W. Washburn, of Yaz jo City, Miss., for improve ment in cotten hlllers A. W. Wa?hburn, of Yasoo City, Miss., for improve ment in cotton FCrapers. Abner Whiteley, of Sprirgfield, Ohio, for improvtment in grain and grass harve^'ors. Justus We?ster, of Boston, Mass., and Samuel H. Fol som, of T/>we 1, Mass., for Improved p'in'ing cylinler. Thos. C. Ball, of Walpole, N. H., assignor to Natbaiiel Samrcn, ot Shelburse, Mass., for improvement in scythe fastening. John H. Manny, of Roekford, 111., assignor to Peter H. Watton, of Washli gton, D. C., tor improvement in har vester cutters. Heiry S. Hopkins, if Hopkins, R. I., assignor to him self, Berj W. Hendtiek, of East Greenwich, R. I., and Jos. C. Peckham, if i rovidence, R. 1., for improvement in rteans for regoiatlng variable cut-offs for steam en git es. Halsry D. Wa'cott, of Pawtncket, Mass., assignor to hitrselt end Milton K. Waloott, of same plase, for im provement in wrfpehes. Richard llunt, ot Freeport, 111., for Improvement ill hoise power. BE-issim ? Elmer Townsend, of Boston, Mass., assignor of Sidney J. Turner, of Westboroogh, Mass., for im provement in sewing machines. Patented August 22, Thomas Brown, of London, England, for improved ar targEiiient of means for working und stopping cables. Patented July 27, 1864. Patent?! in England, April 20, Wm. P. Wood, of Washington, D. C., asu'gnee of him self and Jchn S. Gallaher, Jr., of same plaeo, f?r im proved sewing machinei. Patented February 20, 1850. Btffhlo tlie Grtnuit drain Market In tha World. It I* only eighteen years ago that the. first cargo of wheat wan landed upon the wharves of Baflalj. OilM * ?William* la Mid to have brought thereto be sold, 1* 18c8. the tnltiaory shipment of grain in a commerce which, In 186ft. amounted to more than a quarter of a million ot bnsheln d breadntnfTa. The secretary of the Buffalo Boa; d of Trace htn presented to that body thl* fummary of the grain receipt* at Buffilo, by lake and allioad, for the )?ar 1866:? Total receipts of grain, btinhels 20,002 (147 I lour reduced to wheat, do 5,010,530 Total bu'hel* 26,022,177 I'pon hU statement thai rlxteen milllm* of bushein of wheat, coin, oatn. barley and ry o changed Lands in Buf falo lat-t jear, ihe Secretary claims that tb*t city U tha great eat grain market in the world. Thit it 1h the grftav ret grain port In the world the following table of receipt (?howl _ Wh<a',, Corn, Oat*, Ryt, Total t*i*h. bu ih. Jlarlry but*. Ortewa 6/00 000 ? 1 440, 0C0 7,040,000 (ialetz & lbiel'a. 2 4C0 OflO 6,C00,000 3S0.000 8,320,000 Pantr.lc 8 080,000 ? 1,328.000 4,406 000 t. Petersburg, all Kinds 7,200,000 Archangel, " 0,628,000 Mff?, " 4,000,000 TMo??o 7 1K.,fr.O 7 617,116 2,000 028 16 638, 81? Bulla o (l?M)..18,m,616 8,722,510 3,007 461 26,022,171 Kir gs County Circuit. Before Judge Davia. ACTION FOR LIBEL. Mafi ii 29. ? Th/,maf Virion vt. flanvl O'fiamard.-* 1'Iain'ilT ('aimed I5,OCO damages against defendant for charging lilm with keeping a house of ill f<m?. Defen ds nt rimmed that, an an Alderman of the Third ward, la en plaint wan mad* to him that a bou'e occupied by Slaint iff In Pcbartnerhorn street was ooenplol and visited y notoriously ted women, and he directed the poliee to wateh tta hocae, with a view to break up the aaana. If tbeebarge wan tint; and that bis acta in thia matter were performed in his < flicial capacity a* Alderman, anl he was therefore privileged from prosecution. The com plaint was dlamlsned with coat*.