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*obobt to a clohi?ucantvi.atiom or nrs amfi-nrLoiiTioM or ru uvm ?? IWIW STDNBT AM CHINA?BBCT1H0 ATION OP IMFOBTANT BEBOBfc IN TBI CMABTB OP THI OVLT OF nw'HILl?tSUBVBTS OP TU BON IN OBOUr, TUB JAPAN BBS ABCHIPILAQO AND THI ISLANDS OP PASIITC?EXAMINATION op thb coast and INI AIM OP BIHBINWS' 8TBAIT8?SOLUTION OP THB a BEAT OBOOR aPHIC AL PROBLEM OP A PAB t*A0k PBOM TBB A MOOR K1VKB TO THK OULP OP TABTABT, ETC., ETC. We observe tbAt the Totted 8tete? ship Vtnoennee Bailed from 9m FTeneisoo oa the socand of t sbruary lkst for U? AUabuc States. ThaNorth I'ecifis Kxpvditon. first generally known as the KirggeU Kxpediu id. ao<l wh.ch Hailed for the field of iU opera Reus in June I860, has therefore oome to a ooaelu eioa, aal the Vincenrnw, 'he last of the fire vessels that ?ailed tr<MD Norfolk, is betnug the remeiuder of the en thusiastic bebj of men w'm ]eft oar there* on that ocea ttiim beok to their oa i?e land. The expsdltisB has struggled aguiaet dtfficult'e? end obstacle* without uuin ber?a'.AJAt trrskis ible opposition hat beset it from the first, etiguJar at it may eeem; hut notwithstanding tha many came# that hare o erated to prouoe a fUlure, Ditch has hseo den* for navigation, commerce and gene ral ger^-raphisnl scleu- c, ani the for officers, and espe C ally Cjumaa. or* K.ugg >M and Rogers, at their head, ( ? he hare suoeeedec in oMiiining the-e results, deserve I praise end thanks fr. ir. ue oountry at large, hut more eepemellj fr m those wh > will directly or indirectly reep hue hen. Hi' of their labors A ciraory glanoe at the his tory and res ults of ibis - xpedlaou may uot be ucinterest irg '? e me of cur r-aders. ar.il we shall eH?mpt this in ns br.ei a manner an the snrjic will admit oi. In 18*2 Congress eopiofruU.a il'-A.uOo for the puronee of naading a survey i: gi.d exploring expedition to the North Pacille, B-h log's Ptrei s and the Caioese 9ees. The paseage of the bid ear brought a'j rut by the efforts Ol several iata'i'gvol pt n as, who fell by experience the want of hydrograihi -al nfo.raation in the above re gime of the globe, as s 10 ov the active influence of aeve rat promueut members ol 1'oogres. There we*e several pleas euboiii ed (jr the orgaLua'ii n and prosaoatioa ol the en'erpree, but -ne of the best, by a geitlemaa of He#Mm, wh we pactie?i know edge of the navigation in the Chinese Seas, and sound views on toe requisites for proaeeuiing the public wort qatikly aid ecOnoinilv, reu dered his suggestions partioitariy valuable. Rut. un fortunately, Ihry were not &c ed upon. Mr. Kennedy was 3ecre'ary of tbe Navy when the time arrived to equ'p the expiriiion and he lock in it a real 01.a and libera infores' H? scon Mund thai toe epp.-c prla'iea was insuff.ci?ot ?o do all that was neresiery, and be therefore detai ed iwj vns eli from the regular list of the Bevy t* in ?ko up the d? ti iency. Much time was ne m eanlj spent in pr'peiafi iv, and If the ho acre Me Sec retary had been fortunate i-oough to secure better naval OOtnael. the am'-unt of at eution aad money bestowed aroud have b-.en, we have a~ count, applied to greater advantage. Mx Kennedy gave the c mmxDc of the expedition to Comwander Cadws later Rluggnld. fh-ire assembled at Aor'olk the following Vrgre# :? Tha Rag ship \inoeui.e.*, Osluogiag to the old c'ass cf twenty gma si ops, she was ti.'ei up for thii cruise in quite a ees rieeabie manner. Sat bad been an old ex plonr, aBt* had madr more than one voyage srouni the wor d. In fact, we be ieve that thie oonsiJert.tioa ope rated weight ly io ber selection for the ?ervice, and toe sapera'itiou# eleuirut iu our nature, developing i'oelf arncBg weak minded sailors, in tbe farm of a reve rene^loi ?' u-ky ship#,'' waa rxhibi .ed in some measure vbeo fan V ineenaes ass ,-e noted as the flag ship of tbe expedi iCa. The vessel was bail in 1826, ano Is, there lore, thirty yoare ol. ; bat tog sge which would b? start ILag te a person easba king in the merchant marine, is qualified by the tajtot l>equ?nt repiirs, amounting al ines'. to re-baii lug. Nsvrribeletg, just prior to sailing from hs a Fran risen a "it>j <f 'he hull, as we under etaxd, nearly resulted in condemnation, and it was feared the vessel was not fit to ba"le the g%'?s :t Cape Horn. TEb r eat weasel in mdei was the J inn Henoch, anvil liary pmpel er, This was the must wretched of the aqaadi m, tad the fact the1, she itachel Pen franeisoo la safety may be attxibu'ed mure to favorable weather, and other formicate c ire urns'antes, thta to her seaworthiness. Tun. vessel was origi nally a water tao? and tug boat at tha Boston 2 evy Yard, built with surplus funds, and was first drafted laic sea service, at a time (and this occurs very oflea) vNt no other avitlable vessel was at hand, dhe was 'hen en', ia two, lecgiheu?d thirtv foet. and otherwise alvereo for this exp onng erui a Rut wh?t with aa un h ght'y srd altrmicg ire r . Oadiy arracgei : ig and pov er evs engine, tbe .Ichri Stiu-uuk b-c?me a scarce of enz'ety 'or ihove or board unci aj object of wonder auo iIl.cti'b lor straDijeis The thiri vefsei vet 'heillfi.teu brig Porpoise. Nearly a r'das he Ytncrnre* ihe Uv ngi-s ti that ruiierab.e ? ??>? U Ungna brig*. n< ar y #11 o' which hwe aroved r.ffiaefbi heir cewe As it appeared aitcwards, this veaivl stiito on her v yig" to ,sa# notorloucy stormy, with hull end much cf he ilgg'ng rotten i' was lakes forg-iut'd Lowevir, ha''-ne to rougu inspeeuoa re qot a- IDA LAty y?m bsd rr?n fuiiy ettrnned to. tea to? cuditloB of tue brir was n-1 to# 'auit of tos heais ei the d?p*rta>#t t# 10 VashiDgion. Bu* w> cacn'^t ex e-j'f -Is refection <f 'tUvrssi-i aud w- are ell aid that th.-.ax" notions which ae mroc tra lelrctfon a" tb? fitg ebip rruj oe tr.ord be e. 1'he Porpnis* was - n-o'tbo etpeui'ion nuf?r Wises, ani was there Co calender iUuggol'l's firs". ccmui?n' . Tb# ba-k be* Nymph, of Bal'lmvre, was parcbssed and rstittM, camvd toe John 1' Kennedy, a'ter the then becre ary of tM Nayy an" patron of the expedition and bees me the au re an . rup Jy ship, ant waa intended also to assist ia BBrwyinr as usual io government pa Che"*#, 'be Cnlteo sto'w were nese-seri r loss-*; and a tvr rraebtng Hvrg Korg toe John P. kencady was toai4 namawortby. an? w ot, iherefire, traasrsired to tha Eaet India aguSMiri. n, to Mcome a permanent guard ship at Cantos. Finally, v* OMe* to tte little K'oorner lea! more Cooper. Tnl* pretty little versl war the pilot boot Wli Lfc* (?) Sktddy, of Mr w Yuri. tlrr tola r< ommenda i >? ??t u>? Ir'iuWi o' i.er appearance. Tn >aa acquainted with "ha mn sad ne*oe of tec mrandation of ? pilot boat of mtamy too* ena ap.-eci ?te tbe -ipoou-ei and hard-hip* that tiro < r ihree . !fi-eri hdo from fl'tiea to eigb'etn mn moat harn oeeo to la thewoytge thai til* little weasel Recoup i*hea T ere wa* ao poa a!bit leoceaity f r >u j?r ln< too** wao ware itmi L.a.-te* enough to i*\ig?te for tn *ucb risk* ant ex poeoree. Ebe waa 111 a?i rd for toe parpoaai deaigaed and. there *m ao ex a*-e fir purchasing her. when there wait- verr a>ary hue, ??* coh c a* <ng echtoneni, larger and yat irawfrg lee* wa er, and to heh?d for laae mon-y. f-evtal hcglu-h oava, i ffirc-? aoro#d remarked upon tie injustice to tb ee tn b >ard of ?fudinp aaeh a ve#?el 'o aea. But notwithstanding ail thin her gal apt offi ier* uaed enery exe-iiou to ancrmpi h what' wa* *? aipred to them, and after t iioountering every kino of weather from the fl-kle Coina tea. to the iahcepi'able Sea of B-hritg, thry finally bro-got her Id safety to ~aa FrajrUjo wbere ahe reati Ic peac? it heirg ? n .ugbt ht* enough riac r a* been ran and d#T"?? ?e?* ehoan by b?r giliant lime orew. Sack wa* tba rqnanron 'hat sal'ei frrtn Hampton Beads on thsll'h of June. 1853 Wedourt i'eaer there ?tartod a urnr* ampt :ou? ?n1 buoyant e?t tbaa tho?e ?wl 1 were embarkei on ?hi* voysge of axplora ion, fall ci hope fo: tbe .'ntare n> twlthi tearing the poor mate nal that h?d <>een riven heir. Ail art.vad at rim c'f Bay, Cape of ?'?ool Hope, in Foptnmbiw, having tooortei at Madeira a- d the Cape de \ er-tn 1*)?t!? Hire the squadron war detained for near ly xronrnth* to* ned*e*ary epairi eomeqaent ap in oe'eete d-ve/oped in the ?ov*gw to that p'aee? the Ken nedy and Porpoise eipe tally needing a great dial, and we heiit re eevetai 'hooeand dollar* wore upended up n the latter at ce Here C .mr.ander Rloggot-i laid out hi* plan*, owviating a il'tlofrom the general re nor of hie io atiuett> n*. ij 1 bavlrg p spared the dutia* .'or each res et! < e?oa chew I bem aa follow:? ?Th? * inee aee an" Porp'.i?e were tr cross the Indian Usees, sen donb ttg 'he southern extremity cf Aastra La w< r# to r?: otiD i're the nates ne ween Srdaey and f b.t a ?hrudfh theC'cral Sea. Tbe o her .h-ee ves?el* w*i? to ret dervona at B.taria, in the ix'and of .lava, and at* aey thrroughly the etralte of a raurh uned na?'?ge to aoQ from China and De-ting tni* asrutiov lt> .. nitirh '* itee'(taoion waa plac*o under the di rection o< ( on ir.tr der. then 1 ieutenant Koir*r* who com n.r td? - tie John Unncr ck. lie r*gid y performed hi* wi;k, anr. tL- reeait lr * cepi al aurvey n' a <arg* tract, cuctiruauy | ??a<i 'ver by our cnercbvnt retaela. aal w -,h be ng f?l' of da-geru* ree*#. airnsg which swee* tr' acker iv* cun ent* ha* been more tbaa one a the scene cf h ?*-' dit,kd..er*. The Vinc?uDe? and PorpoUe did not execute to mnah cw.'X to he limi el time allotted to them They reach ed Hotg Krag in March, 1854, and the o'her* arfrefl :a May ^runi tha#? peitod* until Sep ember of the umi year, or/tJi'tg wae fcOOf ropilehcd fo' navigation wing to tte frllowii g ratiM": tbe Porpoiae re?i .tree a great deal of :epe;r; in leeo, Ic ?a* neceaea y, almoat, to rebuild her, and tbe *blp ear pea era exoreased their wonder that t >e yap eel hoi ootr.t to far (? ea'ety. A'ter a c ??t of over aix tic i ana dollar*, the brig wae *galn ready in .'una. Rut by thie ilme tbe hqaadron wa* iu an unfurtouate co rti rioB. Cur i aoder Rlagfold fell aiek; and what with the '??J eondi'i.m of tbe ?blp>, tromlee among the officer* wed ereap ted the deleted m* effteta of tbe climate up in t. * orc'iiu ion. h? oecam* for a time much pro*irat*d adc nnt'.ual to the d.fficdttlee and re*yoa*i bllitiee of hi* puritl v. Th* V inceaaaa, flaneoek, P"rpot*e and Cooper having been repaired and got ready f >r ?*?, wore placed under the xn oand of Llentenan' t*sdg?r?, the next in *eclori ty, ana fortanete'y everv way gu* Ifiwl for the p eition. Sn<re twelve or tOeec offijer* and many **<1or* were re moved 'or vanou* reuse- ai d he rest were dutdbxi ed In tbe differr-at vp**el* in the meet advantage s* man n?r. The whole fXpedl Ion *aa entirely re rganiied; ard hrfag ioibaed with r*t ered v g"r all to anr to toeir d j i<? ertth revived *e*i aao am ? i n. Kv-rthing pro rrdreed to go en wrl .am Ccmmocoie Perry le't the *?n'l ia e.Dvinead tt.a' the work lain out for tbe no-veysg ripe dtlon wr?ld be rigotooaly pr weartef iiinia* tbeee ? henge* were effec ei aid 'be reeeei* ready for aea, Meat </?<? p nt?d out the Held U ooecatl <??, and early . H ?t??h?r. IMi, all *er'ed cotwi b?taodiog the ae t aec <t meat ttat. or. mcul' of ?he great etorm* falfat a. tha*. aeaeoa to tbe Northward, nothing eomld be aoeaaapUehad, ul put ibk would te ru. M Jjsut. Rodgera could not brook delay and idtoaeu, too iuucb bod boon torood on him already, and b? wad deter mined tbai Miatelbing abouil be dooe. Tba Hancock, Lieut. Stereos, and Oooper, Uaat. Gtb <ni Cbite i iMriMM son won detailed to accompany a? QMite 1 States Minis ter in tbo steam frigate Powhatan, Into tbo Yellow Sea and Golf of Paehill, to the mouth o' the Peiho river. Small vessels wore required to eroM the bar at the rirer'a meoth, and Mr. Me Lone had u-gently requested the co operation of these veneris in the ralsaioe upon which ha waj beat, and the prinelpal object of whteh waa to oe-n munieate <lr eotly with too capital of the Caiaoao em pire. The Hancock and Cooper gathered muva valuable information on this cruise lnti wa'ers so seldom tra versed by l urrpean koela. and, while the negotiations weio going on between the commissioiMwe, oaoeated an accurate snrrsj of tba m uth of the rirer and its ap proaches. Wnen the "onierences were onesided, which was not until early In November, the Towns tan returned to Shaogbae, but the Haucojk and Cooeer lingered, compieurg the survsy, and axsmiidag an extensive bank near oy, and then, sink! g over to the northern shore of the gait, discovered and located a dangerous rook, and eateoluthed i?r ever the nOD-exiitsnce of several laiends placed on the chart as doub ful. Driven from tbeee seas by the terrific gslee announctrg the aoproach of winter, our liUte cralt reechsd Sbargbae. where they were unavoidably detained by an aoclcent to the Hancock's asacniuery, which took some time to repair The crews were, however, usefcUy employed during th;s in'er<al and waia lorntei lnte a mkitvry company, exercised every day. and always en the alert to rush to the assistance of our merchants in case of an lrrnption of the fainese rebels or imperialist*, which was contlnual'v reared. Prom ybangbae the t*o vessels saiel for Kelung, a harbor on the noi th end of Formosa, and having examin ed the coal mine* in 'he ae'gaborb?od commenced the survey of the eastern cons' o' this beautiful island. Tker looked in vain lor a secure harbor ia aeee b>M moun taliw ns shores, and having delineated Its irregultri'i *e, toe Hancock and Cooper once more cropped anenor ia the harbor o' Hoeg Kong. The Vines one* and For pone had sailed for (he Binin I sis nils. They expeiteuoex much heavy weather imns ?i'ateiy after leaving Horg Kong aed in the Formosa channel thry pared company, in a litt'e rain squall. Tne fisgshlp p ocveded on her way, and very shortly after anchoring in one of tne humor* oi the Bjoia*, there came rn a typh >on. the severity of ?hici had not been equalled for many years anu the Vlicennea, v ith tour anchors dosm, waa in great danger, althouge she was in a secure harbor. Tut) Porpoise, alasl was still at sea, and up to this time nothing has been heard of her. No whisper, no c-njt-crure comes to our alternating hepea ano fears; and finsuy, lost ia horror, wa must re main men-iters over h?r unheard of fate. Oh, how many drear ful warsi* gs bav? oten farced upon ut withia the kit 'ewyears! Howcnuti;us shoald we hetn allowing our gallant ocucrymen to brave the perils of the aeaa in tieacberous halls! Much of the Vincennes' time was afterwards aaentia secrch of ber ill-fated censor', although they could nave but little hope. The flsg slip itself encountered gale after gale; and notwithstanding the rough hen ling (he received, a great extent of interesting tee was traversed. A caoitel survey of the Bod to group, and of its harbor* was executed; many of the insn s wnieh dot that reg on, anc puzzle the navigator "1 h the uncertainty of ihslr P'.'si sen, were ec urs ely fixed in la'ituds and longi'uds. The Loo Cb< o is'snda we'Ct vice vidted during this cruise, end the crew and passe* gem of a wrecked veiaei trans lend from those strange snores to Shaogiae The chain ot is'ands fiom lxio C'hoo to Japan were recie nuitere . The i"lanes k rtr.irg the straits of Van Oiemsn. a much used passage o ami from Hhanghae, were carefully delineated, and a magnifioent bay in the southern ex remity of Ki uiu. the uioat aouthe ly of the Japanese group", was entered and examined. Tne Vinotnue?. much ba'teieo. and with her crew worn out, reached Hong Song tn Keoruary. ISM, hav.ng bean away aeer y fivomonths. The ltttl* squsdron was once mure n-unl'ed, but they miised oov from their mid?t, ani all mourned in sLecce iver the probable fate of men wha were eettemed and bel ived for their qualities aa officers and frieocs. Iisut. Bridge, commander of he Forp dse, waa a young man and it was his first command. But all kn?w his worth; and his bro her officers had, j ist erevious to nl* railing, prepared a token of their regard to be preset ted to bun, on the occasion cf his beicg the first passed micsh ptsan to wh m toe command ?f a brig bad been eouGdef. There was, and is, a strong conviction among ail who knew <he officers and men of -he uahappv Tor poise that the oo- r veare could xot hove been in better hands; acd hat her fate, what-ver it wan, could not have been tbeie nod then averted oy human still. Ths neocene y rer aire and preparations were harried through with; and scarcely reeled irom their late arduous cruise, the thiee it-teaming vessels of the expio.ing squcrcn oase mere started out on their dangerous but noble duties. The llanc ck tailed first, and to satisfy every doubt, visit*a the F?sc-adore i-hend*. which lie oe -we-n Formosa and (Tins, to disci ver, il possible, some trace of tM Ftrpcise. It was cot far ficm this gvonp tlia- the brig was last t-ear>;end althcogh molt n,in s were satisfied that the typh on, near the Botin is aud.* had engulfed bar, yet there was a reuio e po*sibl<ity that sue had gine iwbore am eg the 1 etctdcrv* livery inquiry was made among the Chinese woo Inhabit these islands, and uo lire* were left that ehould any remnant o' wreck be foind, the else ver vou d ce lih-raily rewarded on tram irntilng Liv iiitoiination tu Hot? K ug. Thv Danstck then s <? uek i ver for tie weste n roast of Formosa, and fri ow ng i down, suiveyug as she went, doubled Its scu'bert cxtxemfty aud cr u. ctea with the woikof the previons esuue. lToceedihg ihen 'o the Loo-Czao gronp, the commenced ? careful suivy if a particular clutter lyli g in riontol the haibo: if Napa, an: whi:a. trrnn the number ct Hands, with ihtir tss?gee and raels, i? quired accurate inve* igetioo Here tne Cooper joinso c icpany. havug surveyed the Hoapln ee group, lying tb ut n.i> way between I.?*, Chon and Foratoea, and a itw days at tern arcs the Vicornnes arrived ia Napa, where all rhiec met Tbe dauaaron then sailed northerly tonarov Jsnan, each 'akL gad iTorint rourn, and th > tovguly euiVf-ying all th*' curious and higoly intere?ting a'chipeUg') that sue ches Id b vines of voleanicpeaks to hio.-iu f. e Dlsnd o' fu'-ima, some forty or m^re mi ev lorg, ?td hvrett I rv en inly Irrra incognita to F.uro jeai ws.-, cn this ccc*sion iho-oughiy explored. They fouid a ren aikabiy -er.ile mlatd, tciekly Inhabited wlta people, d es?<a ill c the l.' o Cb >oan?, scd avowicg them selves *uhj?ete to 'L*i: kug. M-aij cesutJal ani secure barvois were examined, and one in pariioalar, in the northern eid ot ihe isisnn. nked every one with ad uira tion st l:a crnveri?ne? and seeuri y la one of Its re cesses was found a pic-.ureeqae aco natural do.k, wi b a ra row ihoogo snffie'eniiy deep enlranoe, aad cwpao'e ot brlcirg many V"s*ets euiirely nidoen Irom the era acd protec.ed by high surroavtling hi ha tx cm the ruiieet wiods. Hurryirg rn, the Vinceane* arvj lianooek readied .i miH ?; end 'LeCioper s?p* a'irg, proc tded up tue Saa ol Japan to Hskodtdi, sui veyiog on her way tbe wenarn coast of the empire. In Viinoda t* mmaneer R dgers spent a short time, endeaviriog to adjust difiicaUiea be tween a psr'y of pioneer Americans and the uothotl ies. and In applying tcr pe.-mitciou to >>ot.d a small vaseel up the eai'ern Mil on a sur-e> iog voi age. The Vlnoennee' launch ?a< fitted up in puis unje of the latter idea, and tinder the command of I.lau'. Brooke, sdoosnpibhod a bold and arventurous voyage nl mg the whole eastern coast o N phin, av>d airivsa iu es'siy at HakeisvdL In the mesn'ime tbe Vin-enoes sail-d dirwetly lor toe lat er port snc the liancosk having eu-veyed a chaia ef islands ttat idn out eou.herly from the Bay of Ledo, did like wise. I>i ring the month t.' June all tbe equsdron was reunited hi Hakixaci. and the ra n b was spent In surveying the harbor and the Straits of Sargtr on the northern aide d which ti e pr e 1* situated. Tba Ti?ococt.being a steamer, was "u'ijsly occupied in the su vy of the da-sin, aad prtduceo an ehgaut anc aeoorate cvart of wzat wiii be a much traversed vboronghtare. Tbe vessels then separa ted on their northern c uiee Toe V,nceanes and C -oprr *ail*d t<getter 'or Tetropaulowski. and diverging fian there, tee gibcner c- tcmenced a muehnoeded rsconnots eanca cf tba of am o' Abulias bland* Toe fisg ship sail ed en rortbery, examinlrg tbe casta and islands ef Beh'irg's SualU; sod penetia'-Iog into tha Arctic sea icschvc a pcint, in a northwesterlv cireotioa, further tt an any pr?rt' us navigator. The Vli.eeouee rusrrowij e-eapec bvitg frtzro up sod with a few ca-tea of scurvy emergvd spa n into mil er waters. Th*- Btnc ck, < n her cruise explored a great extent of crmpeta'.ive y .iule an- wn coast, as can be seen by fol low.-rg hrr tract rn the mtp. .She surveyed the whole western coast ol Je So tLan pa-ricg thiough the Btraita of .'a Feri uee, (truck over for the western cots:of Ivams ena'ka. l-ollowmj that along, tbe steamer entered the t-ulf of 1'enjii *k, as far aa 61 ".eg. North latitude. Bere she took in ooel at a mine reported by a whaler, and then running westerly, altered and surveyed t' e Gulf of Taouaki, a great whaling grout d Tne fur cow pony's ht'Je barbor ofAyaa wa* next vls'ted; and bavicg coUec ed thsra valuable r.su'iral Infoimai tn ft- m ?he polite Kussiaa oflieere, 'he ilarcck pasiec through tbe Sbat tar itlaads ?nd visiied the rocuth of the Amotr river, fie e the great geo graphical ?]lie-lien was rettied as to the existence of a paesege through to the Gul' of Tartarv, by tha reliable evidence of Ra** sn naval officers. The Commander of tte Harcrck caugb' a glimp-e of a chart of tea regioa lafs y executed bytbem;but the Rasaiaas were jovtiy esu ire tboct adi wing much to transpire at preeeat, as tbtnugli thi" pas-sge their "mail sqQkd/on escaped from that of tie Allies and reached snug moorings la tha great Aroccr ilrer. f .it*n by the latent* a of the eeaeon to leare these ln temiili g rtglor*. I.'eute* ar.t Stereo* turned at last to ??ro* h. m? atd In the Utter pert of O3tob??, 1154, retched San I*racciao, where he fonod tne Vfnreure* it.; ('<oper alrtacy anchor ? <!. Orders were here rocoirod > ? Lotimindor Rodger* to Uy np the Hanoork end d'? eri?i(ie her crew Ne?' erne pim'lar Instruction* for the llitie ichoener: errf iinaliy the Vinrennea, tn obedlonce to ordoti true the Navy Ik-par: ment i? on her wey oeck to this city, Iruttt Whioh rbe wm i rlglnally fitted out for the cruiio. Tkn* he* the North I'aeitie expedition ended. J Hiring the fifteen motith* that Oitin aL lfr Rodger* had charge r f the expedition. about ihlrt-eii were rpeat la the field ot operation*, ?r.il in the accir h'ed <u>d dangerous re gion* deeigra'ed tor exploration, unly the eaxtoee onm d ender* of the riul"ui tin of \**?eU, which will abort It throng tb'iw -ear a* trader*, whale* or pa kete and ir>ir*etly their i witei*, wnl tni.y aij.reela'e tha adran t? ;?? dertred f on; "be ?uiT*y* \ erformeo . He only wbl la* paa*ed ale*pie** night* ovor an imperfect chart can et tirelj tinderet.od the blea-iage of a reliable one, aud it I* eetociibing when wo reflect oxer the inmeae amount o( capital t u?tec upoa the ocean, that mote effort* are cot made to exairlte and aacertata all iU danger* lat tie be tbankfol bow#r?r, tor what we hare, and aekaon l? go * me gratitude to throe who hate aacrlficed hea b ami life in purenit of such noble end*. Political Intelligence. The TUtrott /V-e /'rr** of th* ?to Iniit ?hy* ?We eu? pert, f/'tn the complexion of the return* thu* far ro ceired. that la?loni*in. n*gro worebip and Moine lawiem heveg n? np in Michigan. We auepoct the demo*- try hare canted the that* high and dry Wo *u*peet <h* aoti kat .a* >?bra>ka party baa boon literally t>i*ngn tered, <?#n. fildeon J PlJIoW l-aa written a letter withdrawfiig hU r ?nie from the Cinoinra'-f iMmoc a'lc Katioaal Con ret-'ion. and recrniwnd* freak'< II t lloroa to do the tame. lie faror* Hurbanan or hougl** and *a, ? 'ha* both are *01.01 r,allot *1 ftitXiV/, and that futuor of tbcan nil unit* the part/ Oar Nkwrafva Cumpi Granada, Nicaragua, March 0,1666. TV Mcukuc*t KnyiU?future Plcmtatimu on the Hirer ? Landing at OcutUlo?Ineontatiot Scene far Liberty? Ormnd Reception?La Virgin?Virgin Bay?JNino* to Com Biea?Ihe War?Arrival at G'anode Am the morale? advanced, (Thur-day, 6 b,) and we approached tbe lUekaea repide, tre coantrv begu to ?bow more variation, aed undu'ations of firm groan 1. with a clayey substratum, took ?be plaoe o' tbe piralr alluvial depoeit tf the lower oeaatry. Even a mountain wnid bow aad then loom up like a seotnel 'a our road, while here and there, at broad 1 ekelihe opening! in the river, graeej elopes ?pread upward trom tbe beak, ai if ' tbe prrJogve of ornaaeutal grout da, surreandicg name ' owe?tif4 eheteeo. AU eloi g an 1 at ererj- turn the practised eye discovered besuti'ul >1 ra for auger, cotton, tobacei, indigo and oooca plants'iois; axd It requires bat littia prescienoe to foresee Uiat the whole Use of this nv r U destined, ilk* the Ml?mtlpp,l t? be eutj-e'ed and occupied br oar peop'e and the stifling fores w, which are no* a harden to the earth, are to be c everted into refta and fUtooate te diif. their Uemin.- treasures to the son. It ww nrer noon when we reached the Mncbaea rapid*, and haie we were ell obliged to make n febarcatton, walking by the shore some mile and a half, te another steamer a bore the fall*, while cur bkggage ?u run up in light bargoca through an ocdy sear the back. The wattr being low, however, this labor waa very mash pretrac ed by the bar goes getting frequently aground, and we were tutjecttd to a delay of nearly aix houra. aad oven than were obliged to leave before the baggage bad all c me round. This tedious protest and k?? of time might easily be avoided by a short em si, less tfasn half a mile in length, cnt through a point oo the left bsnk of tbe river, which would avoid the rtpids altogether. As It ww we wsi'ed ted fasted 'or six h >urs more, sod those cf us who ban v gor enough left faintly cursed tbe c< tnpany for this mismanagement amoog tae rest. It was now but twslvs mi ps from the Csstido rapids, and it being oily six o'clock, and our new steamer able, moreover, to csrrj us at the t wilt rate of five miles the hour, we reaeonaaly bcpel to get a regular meal and something la the shape of a bed some time in the ooarse of that night. Our hopes were this time not unfounded. Somewhere about hsIf part eight our steam noodeeeript ret up a adeem of joy at detecting the ligh t at Castillo aod presently, w wt turned >n tuil view ot the town, a can non tbuncereo term a welcome, which war rerpon .ed u with chttr on cheer ky un. As we ntsrea the rh.re we peresived a hug" bonfire blertig at tbe landing, and around it mover a bend of bisos sosdows stirring up b? crania, aoc now aod then plucking tnwm from toe ii e aid whirling thoin around their herds in flamivg emphasis, to a song which, at our first distance. re?mea a sort ot incanta xoa. boon, bow ever, all < n toait aewc.ed it lo be the Marseilles hymn, etd at oice 'he Eiench company iron Ksw (> leans, nail crary with increment, trek it up. The Gurtrunv followed, ana sten the whole of our six bund t-0 pas ctigers usired in the strain? men, w.enen and child reo ali involved to tbe enthusiasm, end as solemn a> if ehsDt>> g id a <iburoh It oar a orave right, ami tt oee who linked on it as we debarked by torch light, who saw cs step Invotun ari y into line to ihe time rf that r'vo utirnarv hymn, wli<> heard us hailed t/j a med nor. wi'h riogirg cneeis, and sa uted by the eppiau.se of cannon, obrerved a sc-ne as laomea (ous iu its chsrec or as the cu'ae of the Siraoeo, the ad vet oe cf Oortrr with his aotgs of faith, or the laacicg of the prayer'el Pi grins uron I'lymouth Rock. Upon setting f- ot on mere 1 was biil?o by several who reccgt <ied Die. but having n> leisure for oeremoni >us oour'.rsieu, I made as qcicely as possible for a hotel, this by the aid of a br? iled nh'cken and a glass of wine, I was root ensiled to bestow a more tranquil obeei vali n ? n the a woes n o una. The little settonvmt had vrry rrurh improved since the time 1 visited it in lf*>3, sou two or t' res new and quit* c> nvenient inns had Bten put uo. What struck me most however, was the cmniprferriw of eimeo men, end tbe same features of military svrveii'aice on every side thst on# conticaalhr cotices in France and ad over the continent of Europe. A rquad ot s lcieis was drawn up at each side of the gang plank when we poured on shore?a guard at once eenivd over cur iusgage, to ?a'ch it faithfully a'l tignf, while arotber guarc was to take up tfit cu y in tee morn ing one sopervi e its t arsbipn^nt to the b>at, (on the upper sice ot hs rapi;.s.) 'hat was to take uv to the Use. Fatrols were en ab iebei in every qua-ter while at the dooiR c! the hotels s'oxl ren'-insl.-) with fixed bayo oe-s. Inkiig a." grim in tteir check shirts, felt hats ami sttSixon juws. a? any of the old moustaches of Napo leon's campaigns. It must hive b -en a strange sight for th< wild fell, ws who bud just ocme in, atu I oomA per c(ire that it Lad the cff'ct to awe them into a decorum vnLh itnibiy oontiibuted to tDe quiet of all bancs. In rhcrt, "oider icigned in Warsaw," au'hoilty could be felt ?a ij, vtij stcnoiphere, theie wtre no idlers, no loafers, no hargers r.n?no suspicions looairg's vo? to ?ug g?i-t carger to a man's poraets?oo desterauoes to whom the t'mid were cb igt<i to giv ihe read or have un pleasant oolltsien with 'hi m. Everv body feit a sense o! vwuti'y, and Get. Walker seemea to hs personally pre* en. As the cew forces reme > n shore they were mustered into oompavUe by <he ? flictrs who had crmeout with U?m. end marched to ihe betels, whsrs, having been re gaedoc beef, chickea, eggs, beans, pi" snd cofT*e, key ?Me led < if to temporary quar era for th? night, and iett ei'her to sleep or to etroil inquiring y about toe town, for tbe first Vme they feit that lh-y were soUlisrs In earnest, ana experienced a stnee of control wiiijn few of then, will lope throughout t .etr lives. I? tie no;nilg wo rofS early, wi h the view of getting to the late in good teoaon; but new dieapptintnen s hod siisen. and we did not get started until uetr tw > o'clock in ihe iftsrtoco. I should mentivn here that many of rs who had been so imsmdent as to take iff our under do'hiig, en bavirg tlie ship, suilerec very i.-iush from roi<l at l gtt, and several i my self smoig toeru i wore so hf ar^e ss to he soarc?iy aois'to aiticuiaie. I <beiefor? no'l/y all trsvilers to tUs rsgivn 'o ret til their uuaer chittirg f< r this eiima'e, and to brira wiih thmi cloaks or b'aiksts to shelter them from lbs old Togs aad dan gerous t ght air, while sleeping on the decks in coming up the rtvsr. hanu being in. I may a" well also express a warn ing sgnii.pt fruit and epiiits used n g?th?r. and sgsiust oveiesiug any kind oi toed. The u-e ot spirits on the top of the cams frui's cannot be prHCttssd wl h impu nity by tbe haiciset constitution. I-'rui e mat be e%t?n, or si'irits drank, svpaiateiy, with ordinary ss'et), at in other climes, but it is ott'.er to drini ve y fittis of the fi e wa eis beie, and not to eat fruits at ad. At a dlstai ce ot ab -ut twelve mlie* above Caatilio our steamer stopped at the bvok and discharged ali the ie cruits she contained, with the view ot putting then upon a separate steamer (In Virgin), which lay about a mile shove, and allowing the California pos-engers to go on by themselves. Th ne of us who were brand fcr Granada, cf oi uise joasptd off aid went wi h " th? boys," er I joined io ueetcut three cheers wnich bade on- temp - rary tiietds grid bye. The reamn of this s'fivrstion of the* par'.i?e (though both eteatners wete oei> iacd to touch at Vi-gtn boy on the f llowing morninc) was to enable the Cad ornia paeeeigera to reach Virgin Day first, aid get wed off for tbe Fsdhc oe ors we arrived, eo that note of our recruits she aid attempt to take advantage o' that halfway point to ?tip off for Saa Francisco. With this view we stepped on the tol 'owing morning (Saturday, 8b.) at the Island of fimotepe, and remained mere for six hours to wood. At voom we started our wheels sgtia, cro Md ths lake in an hour and a half and arrived at Virgin Bag at half-past ore. Tie (VtUfortia cr-wJ hod vanishes, bat as soon ss ws dropped arch >r a boat came trom the whorl, brirgirg ns a group of yonng officers in the ehgsnt new uniterm ot the army among whom weie CoL bchteesti-ger a- d Gspt Suttm, bis aid de c?n.p; LUu terant I.yster ot New Voik and aid Mr Mad, the eci tot <f El Avttrxigwtif. By tbe favor of tbeae gen'ieineu onr party wse a. trie " passed " tog > ru shirt, whiiaall (he oth< rs were obligee to r?ms;n ? n beard. Goi. Nehlvssuger hod just reachod Virgin Bay from C<>- a Kioa, (by tbe way ot Goar.acaste.) whither he hao beeu set t as etvoy by ihe N csrsguan government, wl h prop(?ais of amity and uni'n. He 1lformed us however, itat tht govrrnmrnt tt Coata Rica had cot only re'inted to rvccgthe him, but. in terms most contemptuous to Nicaragua, bod ordered him and hi-* aid at ones to have tb? C'titl.y. I pen this tebos dsrarert *?r ogains' C<f'.a Rica in the naxne o' Nicaragua, ano Li now on hU way to Grsio'. a. (or rs her snulu be, ?h?n we a'i go started ) to give an account o* Lit miesion at heodquor lets. We spent the afternoon units pleasantly at Virgin Ray. tod after s gotd dinner were treated to e drill of the vrlun ?er corps of the town, under Col. Iteynes, who bed eat ed out his oompunv to pry e special tiieut* of respect to General Goiromia. While the iioops stood with pie-ented srmii. the Colonel r see a shcrt c mpl msutary soorevs to the General; and the let er bavl'g hindatmel} resrorxied we ali marchoi (Vrwi. to the wterf end re embtrked. It was a pretty little i oen* and tie clMipline lo which j^lonsl Hey tea he* rtduced lul* oompany does him gros Mkit. I' was midtigetwbrr' our steamer werW on her way ?( s ?t. sod at s'X o'ch oe on the morning of ibis day (Sun day fi'b,) we cropped tnrhor near the new wharf at f.rei. a"B, tod ?rerybodr, glad to be ai the journey '? end. (onmerjced n aking verb us prepeiation. to dsosrk. Tbe fir ' teat Iotd contained emoeg ii# ii-w paASDogere C iio rtl Kchlestirper end Ws aid, end io e few minuree w* i?e ihtm eettiig spore to two hor-< t which had been hald ;n weitltg fcr it?m, in swift exp?di ion to headquarters Hew ??u(titration*. Fngvcn'a Amfrk an Drama. New York?Samuel I n nth Mr. French, No. 121 Nrmiu atreet, ha* published the new farce, " That Bleraed Jlaby," the clever drams, "The Rag l'icker of Paris" and "Th King's Rival," which in now being played at Laura Kerne's Varieties. Mr. French's edition of the modern ttai.darc dtamais very well gotten up Com men Plrm. !'?to?e Hen. Ju !|?aBrnJj. /.rr,|f u_(,.<*gr Brv '<w rr. th* Wa*v ife.--Thf? wu *n ac on for Irjory dena th- plaintiff fy a !. 4* brio/' lrftojKB ard oigcArded, In toTiy-e?w>ed Mraet, hotoa )p?r* ?r? !.y tvvMI of wbicn M r. Iterator m,1 hie wlfa, vho wera driving a vsblclA. vein ?<iit?nij ipjurod. Ot a for *r vrfal tbr pair iff 'netrt iul ?1,000 for tha drn ifra i.or? hi* wile i.no U.'L't prcint < "? ha i?co Mr ?V ? 00 for thr f< Juries --ua'*:! e<f y tuuiMlf. lnfiii ituuing j roie *n? t r il ti 'i* h. Tfk Oil a* AcAbivr I.. m?-Thf Olcnn (halt? i %'?" ?? 'J) /"W'tau-i * %- ojiio Ay tira no th* e'glt i if' 8? Ine'ent Tb trtii' ? ?1 oona Catar nimd'f ????! <J, Atf ike fi.etn ?/?,%> ,< . _j. 92,U0Q Uah but %'irtCf aubtcnbvd for the |?urj?oea. ftUTtry ?nd J wry Trial* In IM loatb. [Fnm the North Carolina dtaudard, April 2 ] TBI CAHB OF ALPBBD WOODLT?BLAVH HTKALINU. ff? learn that Alfred Wo dly, a Itm man of eilor from fbegiat* of New York, who atood indicted la the Supe rior Court of Bertie county, in thia (rata, under omr statue n eking it penal to aid and aaaiat a alare in st eeping I torn bit neater'* service to another State, we* tiled at the let* term of that oourt, and acquitted by the j0& offence la, by oar lav, a capt'al felony. It la a se vere lav, bat rendered n?e?M*ry by the ?y*tema'ie ef fort* bat too otten successful, which aie male to ceprire a* of our lav*nl property. Ibis caee of Wiodly bu in aome reepeet been a re saleable one and It will worthy of aome not toe, eape cialy from that aeetion of the Union from which o >me the eaeeu'te upon eiavery and alare owner*. We will but ily an vert to aome ot the tacts oonnee'-ed with It. IVten 'hi* man war arralgueo, ha waa an tulle stran ger to the p?opl* of B*r ie. The charge against him va> not caxuia it to male fur him littnde, espec'allr ia tha' oonmy. Iicm wblca we leain ?hat tusoy valuable slarar Lave evcapeo to the Northern Stales. Be waa alone, without mutey at it u'terfe uuanie to emp oy o >nnae. to defend hint. What iheu 'r Why, u ia a ways il ea in Norlh Ceioina in eueu oases, the presaitng Judge a* eigned c< unsel to defend hitn, and ?o tee u> it that he ha>' e fair aid tcpartial trial- Tha Hoa. D*r>d Outlaw, P. H. Winston, Jr., and H. B. Hardy, Esqra., were the com eel. Upon the trial Itappea-ad that this man Woodly came to the Boana be river as a hand on board of a >mi 1 vo. ael: that the t-late disappeared from the service o' bis mseta-r when the reai-ei wont coam tne rirer, ana that at ibe town ot Plymouth tte Teasel was searched and he wat- fmnd ociceaiec in the foreeMtte, ana ibu evidence *?* exceecn g y >trong to fix on Woodly the cba-ge ot this ocncowug him, with a view to hi* escape tie North ?ra Stat*- Tnongh ably ie er.nei by hla counsel, he war loutd go illy em set toucea to be hung tor bii offence But hi- couc-el c id not abadon him. The humanity of cor law allows en appeal to the .Supreme Cmrt without eun-'y for cue *, wtteie a party is unaole to give it, and it there has t* en any error ot la v in the trial below, ana tii-l i* aiii wwo. One o ' he c-unee), Mr. Winston, at some inctaveui eicesiK const <Mfcbe expeure to himself as we hare hh ii to believe, followed the case up, aoty argued it in the Supreme Court, and, upon a technical ground ob tained anew trial. Tut cute wee again laid before a jury, aa we hare al ready a e'ed at the late term of Bertie Superior Court? e juiy t-ontpo-ed ot et.iue of tbe must jeepeitable plant ers of that count?, sua toe owners in tbe aggregate, as we aie informed, of folly four bundrou glares. There suit is sn acquittal. Itoubtlet-* the rerdict was one of great meroy. The jury may hare I ad a doubt uptn some material p int?if they bad, the piisoser was entitled to the benefit tt it, and he loceive-d it. We trast ic mil ever be to in North Cart lira, even in the caee ot a miserable free negro charged with an (fleece veil calculated in these times to exece the uicpnstion of slave owners But we think P more than likely that tint man's n?ek waa eared fnra the baiter by the very fac* that he was n poor Ignorant negro. Were one of ihose worthies, wuo staid at a dls tunce ?rd prompt such men as Woodly t? steal our stares, to be placed upon his trial, though we are sure that a North Carolina jury would br as just, we would not Csu buretly ray that it ev wou.a prove ao merciful aa In this case. We said that this case was well worthy of notice from t>*at sec ion Gt country from whence cme the bitterest denuncia.ijss of our institutions and lava For in stance, th?y clamor aga'hst a law passed to tarry out that ? revision ot the c nstltution which says fugitive* from ibor (our slaves) stall b? aurrendered to their owners. And one ol the main p- ints o' attack is, that the law die allows a trial by jury in the Sta'ewhere the fugitive may be arrest el, though it given It to htm in the State to wh.ch be may be renended. It is saia no alleged slave, though free in fact, woull ever be ab>e to establish his freedom betore a court and jury of aavuholdera Never was there e greater mi-take, to call it by no hareh-e name, tnan this. We can speak fur North Carolina of our own knowledge. The thing has been done here again and again. ibis caee of Wocciy ia itself an avldcnsa, and a strong i ce, ef what a Nor b Carolina court and Ju-y would do in al ruth cases. Were it necessary we could mm'ion many ca es; but we wi l < n.'y, for the present, nam* one, teetnilv occurring in a county adj oning this. A negro was luffed and ilaimea a* a slave by a white psra >n, ani placet in jpil for sa e kee|irg where he remained a ftw Ik urn only and was oisnharged. The negro olaimed his tr??d. iu as evidercrd by a decree made in one of our worts many years bet re But upon exem'na ion of the Ttctrd no dec-ee appeared to have been m*t>. Such be ing the cafe it waa insisted by the olaim-nt that the ne gro was a slave, and in law waa a part ol the es'a'e of a lr.iR.er deceased master, through wnich the claimant de rived title. Now, what did the court do under these cir cuit Marceri Upon pioot that such a deciee had been made atd orceied to oesnered,it caused th- record tusn to be amspded eo aa to speak ?h? truth The negro surd the party arre ttrg him, ana a jury gave him the aiibstentiai sum of $7&0 cy way of dama^ea. We have spoken tor North Carolina. We have not the least doubt that the same sense of justice and honor pre vails in ever other Southern State. let ua ctmpaie, we might sav contrast, some of the lacte stated by ua wi h what has been done in some of the hi them S ates. How man< fugitive slaves would f>? delivertyj to their cwxers tt they weie requited to establish their right be fore a Mara* dinar tie jury? We uodcrUPe to aa??no* ore. A juiy trial Icr the sieve ia wanted there not that justice may be ("one. but that it may bedefeatcal: not ucauit- ibey fear, as they ptt et d. that iresmen will se dispgeo into slavoiy out'to prevent sigTWl ffim oeiug reslctd to their lawful owrera. Ic Vermont no-, AJs->ac Uietla the Fugitive Slave law has betn viriually nu lifi-d by S atemwg. Tbe last fcgi ive sieve drltveitd in Boet< o cost ihc gt nerril govern uint tCO 0 0, it i- ' aid, end the print e cxp?&se- ot the owner were mi ie than the va ue of ths sitve. b'n ce ihat time Va-?accusetts has passea her "Personal Lliei >y bill,''en called maktigit highly penal iu any ol ter c dicers or riilw-i - to aid a S uthern man iu reclaltn iig Lis fuiiiive s ave; and, with a furtuer view of de p-ivtng I 'm of ell legal us istancr, even where he is wiidig to pay for it, suhjec ing members of the bar who may appear i . hla tehrif to heavy fines and ptral lea fir eo dilrg; and, to crown all, ahe has (xnress'y confer ed cpon jurors the power to jufge ft tbcmseUe- of the conatitntioLa'ity of any taw wi hout rega t to th? o .inian cf the Churt. T e janer of a ft gtitve flave who theie apnreheLdr him, may find him e I tnc.c'ef eni sued foi false imprisonment oe fote a Hta e court He ?e s up as a defence that be haa actec under the law of tbe Vi>i M FtifeS, and nnder the iriceis ol a L'nlied S a i- .lu ge or C: tnmiaeiocer; but the jury be'we wnica be is tried, bci ing, ua :hey cet taitly wilt do, tho act of Congress to be uneonetitutionel, r e i- mu'eted in heavy dam/ges and perhaps sent to the p*niter tlary. Was there ever such a aaontrosity injuris pturtcre as tHie r This, too. in tdnca'ed, etdigutened Mar achurtt's, In the tear of our Lrrd. 1866 I Jt siiee is mt eo administered in North Carolina. Our .ictus pnn unce upi n the facts?they receive the law fr m cur Judges. Our lawyers are al'owed to appear for ? bom tb?y p ra'e, und are snbjec'ed to no pains and piSLaiiies for so do rg. Nay. if one is too poor to employ ci unset, whetcer in c'vil or cttminal oat??s, the courts will asiisn counsel to him, with wfcom it is a point ot btLOr fat'hfully to ciicharge their duty as such, '? with out mriey and wlthcnt price." In fine, justicsanda fi ir trial ate never Ltre denied to any od?, even though h- ihotlo. belong to tbe Underg ouod Railroad Cm* pacy, and be mire than suspected cf stealing our ne grtea. Who 1* tht- ln*i*i't?.-r of Weights mud Ni?> autre I ? IJIJ. A?IT*& OV TBI HFK 41.P. I am ? groor n the Bevcnth ward, and since I drat ccku-?dcw1 Ihimi tM, several years ago, have used 'ha fame tot ct ssafeA measuieH. A person hM called about once io every year sod inspected the same, and received tacb liire whatever feee ha demanded for to doing. Mr Restores were tins inspected in the mon'h of January iaat, and a nceipt or cerlideate given lor the earns. a lew cay* ego 1 watt surprised h\ a visit from a man calling fcin'ielf ibe Inspector of Weights and Measures, wh< piLCCeded to inrpect my measures. I asked him horclUntbe lew required tbat ceremony to t>? p*r formfd. II* rep lied, once In every ymr. I then told nim thai ttiuf had beer to inspooteo in January las . and sheet d bim that they were all caly tea'eo. He paid no attention tc n.y remarks, hut procrecoj with his inipec 'irn, and then demanr.ed fifty reren cents fees In the im amine I locked among my papers and fonnd the cerlilica'ft Lucelvid in January wsi, signed with the i an.e 01 Wait, wi ight, an Inspector of Weights and Mea sures. On showing this certificate to my viniter, be evinced evident discomfiture, and left the store without 'uriher rematk or explanation. | N< jv, Mr. Ecltor, 1 would like ts know whether this I person who called on me last, and represented himself as i th< Inspector of Weights and Measures, is an impostor, i or v heti tr be la the uuly authorized t dicer, wh< is en deav <nlng to obtain double fees tor the performance of his du ies> In eith r case It ie a framl on the public, and storekteper* should be rn thvir guard against ai-co Itnpo nilion. A SUBSCRIBER, OF (HE BEvEJifH WAPll. A (icu.iT Paib Dl8oOTir.fi).?A correirpondent ?>? the Bee ,i ji |t?ieen (Ky.> .VoaoTsnr furnishes the follow ing mere slug scene as laving occurred in MunforCa vliJe on the i' b ult . to wl ? >? A cagutrreai' artist, vihi lady who waa not bia wlta, t ad tern rperatirgfn the quiet town aforesaid?the gen 'littn '.asitg pic nits ard <be lady te?c? ing muaio?for erne ir(ntl.f. Ihsy bad got n uslc, instruments and all ntcteeary "et ceteris," and were meeting with great nitcir. ??n Erf'ay, the 7<b, they were seated at tte i Itnfr table rrilf_? n g the na ivee with the following won rtiful i iahtue Mr I'enbrtke (the gentleman's name) acdiftsli g his e'ir* lacy, salt:? '?Tbnf seeBe, riy < car, to be some prejudice in Ken tucky tgeiDSt. ns Yankees." "f.'h jus," she repil. d, "but you and I will leave no ground ior prejudice; we'll clear ou.-hv*k and"? "Mr. Herbttst, ailow tie to Mfii.u-e you to the -hiriff cf Nelson etiunfy," said a ho?,*e voice behind fclir. 1b< ShHHI, then, upon a ma. rant, proceeded to ha tuff tb* ah resaid l'>nnteks au>t laiiy. The facts are ?feae.s?Ptntroke bat living in tne last a wile and one cr :'d: the Jaily n?d iivng in New York a Inn-bird and ?wo cm Id ten. Hut Cupid being stronger than law or en->, they Sloped to the far West to live a>; husband and wf e! 1 he man who Introduced tie Sheriff was the laly's father, who iemediately nit scrtr-g bii daughter, faint ed. lie teside* tr be* )' 'l, 's a mar ' f great uaall'i, and v.ad lev eh'd v, ? mrre upon his only dangtt'nr, wb to he u ? rirly loved. lis had Mtowcd tlretr. I,7t)0 ml *s wt*n 1 e b uno'1 .?r She iaycnng, beat'tifal and sc>inpllsh-o, and u.iinad 'all. Hero, incest, was a 'bank'Up".y of I'.c hear'-" The guilty pair was plan o i.j a veblc'o fr rots p iny with the wretched father, and arc now "i.ore last." Dnm.ucTiY* I'f**: at AniMiiwN, Va.?On the 2?th uit. the cat negi t?* Uirref Henry -itnon* at An', g do , Va., ceii taint g ah- it ti.ir'j new vehlc'e*, was dee trover by fifO. loss OOf. The l#v* brick house iKcopt'd by i r. t'rawtor- , mi recently purehastt by t e !*? lis T?fh igt'nfflft Enterprise, and 'ha brick res! dirre < f M chael febaver were also detttryvd, Mr. tyimoa 1 tone ?b.buil. On Ktbtailu Correspondence. Oxaiu C.'TT. Mimfti Territory, \ March 26,1866. J IV Kantat Trouble* not to Big at They Seem?lime ami Why (Key art Magnified?Whitkey Cate* Before the Court ?Pint Trial Under the Law?Hinti to Emigrant*?Meet ing for the formation of a Mechanic*' Protection Society. Than i8 bat little excitement to thie for-off lead jut neir. The Ksnsas troaolee, I ere by Eeetera papers, are mogiiflod tern'old, 1 expected It. Those who Wilts treat thence are geeerally those who write from Impulse aai judge from first appearance. It is true, that daring the winter season, we hare bat little laterecarre with oar sister Territory. pet sufficient to judge of her real condi tion. When a person arrives ia a new country like Kan sas or Nebraska, where they find toe people freed from the restraint which their more refined Ktstere or Houth ern ousted* hare erer seen, they are apt to jxdge toa hastily from appearances. They tee men la red flannel shirts, with pistol* and kaires, and using rough language, end tali'Eg boldly ot imaginary wrongs and grievances. They take It for granted it is all s?, ana report according ly. They generally do not take time to contider that men on the frontier, with but few exceptions lay aslle near y all their Rasters habits and oust >nu, and become to sins extent pertectiy law lea?put ou rough airs, wear round oaths, drink whiskey, wear pistols and nires at their belts, and go it a la frontier. They think t is from necessity. Uuoh of the Kansas trouble ooenrs, In my humble pinion, from newspaper scribblers nit fully under standing the country or people they attempt to des otibe. It Is true there n much content! ? bet wee a the lanstioe c? both sidea of the slavery qu-nti rn?It is true that ills hi.eiinaa of the ebo.ki u fiotion raise a grc?t hue and cry over the mat er, anl t*ll s,range and won Certsl stories to their poor teaetical brethren "away down das'," entil they, pour synipatnlzing S 'Ule, mag nify Kansas into a horrid c uutry where only people go to Mil their pxoelavcry nrighbor* and advance tae "bigt er law." In Kansas, as In Nebraska, there a-e sobsr, seady. in dustrii us lorn. Thrse wbo mind thier own business are blast in so doirg. The honest masses are opposed to agitat'ng the quectiio, and prefer to raise earn and po tatoes tvrboo Irg white men who don't oappsn to think as they do. W by, even here in peacea e Nebraska, there area few pitiaole fsctionists whose souls stem cen tered m sgiatir.g the slavery question. I might cite ti e Bsmrsof once respectable citixin* of Massachusetts, who, becau-e they didn't happea to get elected, waot ernjethirg to bowl over? s me ho Day to mount?aid tbirklrg ibey can make pill iral capital, side with the abolitionism. We term jum here ' tore beads," and uo not i ay mnoh a't-n ion to their tauxtteal renting. My own impression is, tha' U (Joveroor Shannon usee the power wip wnichte is vested < isereetly, and out sit er* will at*eoa to their own business, Kansas will cone out' right stce up " It the tanatica of Uassachu eet 6 had let the roa'teralone in the first place I think there wot d now have teen no trouble, and the luxu riant prairies of Kansas would have been be ter culti vated and moie densely dotted with thriving farms than niw. The trial o' one of the whiskey selleri of this place, un der the mary indictments ot the same east, is now in pr< a:ess ano causes considerable interest, as it is the first, sod the result may establish a precedent. One jury was cue argeo last eight oa aooount of net being able to ug te and another one wi'l be empinno'led o-day to try sgain. My own lirpresBi n is hat none of those ia cicUu will suffer the penalty of the law, bat that It will probably be a stepping st ne to Its repeal. In substance the Liquor la * of Nebraska is almost as sSrirgent as the original Maine liquor law, and its vio lation las never hten notioel ne e before, although it passed in the legislat VH se ai m of 1861 -5. In Nebra ka City no liquor is sold at all, I understand, whilst hue ir hss b*et> perhaps as profiiaoie a trade as ary going, and liquor .-hi ps aic all the >ime open and patronized by t?o thi'ds. f the citizens, and particularly by the secretary of ibe Territory. The st ow is no* falling and is about two inciter thick on the level gtound. It *11 prooaoly disappear with to morrow's sun. Ihe river is open, and Out little ice to rayistloaUig The first upper Missouri river Ooat is expected in a few days. Ihe California, Oregon and Ban Lake emigration oanneet with perhaps the test aai most expeditious Missouri river crossing at this place sow ihan at any other point, acd the route hence via Ff n'erelle to he Big Bend ot the Piat'e, is sola by expe rienced judges to be the res res' and best outfits can oe purcbattd at CouncilB ufl'f -r the plains. We bave cne Ccngiegaiioncl one Baptist and one Methtxist minister here. Vt ho s?nt them hero, or how tbey came here, 1 know not. But the latter was certain - >y rent- if stntat alt?bt those who had an idea tha it o?4} j>ot make much diflerenie who ease or went ?? C/nna. Indeed, the too latter are beautiful specimens of he fanatical school of abolitionists, but not calculated to do much harm or good anywhere. The mechanics of this section lately held a meeting for tte purjK te of mutual protection, and to adopt a scale ot prices. A a mrrlttee for fills latter purpose was appoint ed to draft resolution*, &c., and report at some future melting. A te* steam raw mill, tke second one, win soon be put ic opt ratlin hereby twogmt.eu.ep, formerly of New York, Me>ers Salisbury ano Smith. Lumber here eelis at the n ids at lrom $116 to $40 per 1,000 feet, and teat ot greeu eot'oiiytwd and. 9"k. tyf course ttere is money t) be ro?*fe in raw null f pece alions io this c innfry. If s colony o'fnm to to 1(0 families frDin toe Fas', would mignite hither ibi< spring end locate in one of our ciw, urismt ed eno beautiful counties in the Territory, locaie the county rest, b.lid house.-, put in crops, aid n ah* tMUNNVfih * good home aytWB impression is that by two years-' p-ersevtreuce each would have made a com tcrable torture. a a ft i t i?ft mtftiiMft s ii c a. Kovemunta of Orwui ItMntn, thOM EUROPE. K. ums Lennu Did* for Washington Southampton ..Mar. 2? ....New Tort Oembrht Liverpool Her. 20 bostua A'ma Havre April 2 flew York Baltic ..Liverpool a.'II 2 New York A trie* Liverpool April & New Yotk vrngo Havre.. April ? NewYc-h OH; oi BalUmore.Ltverpooi April 2i Philadelphia fob BimoPB. Atlantic New York April 12 Llvsmao' Ait New York ....April U Livirpool Washington New York... .AprillD Hr?wwt Alma New York Ma; 5 Havre FOB CALIFORNIA, *0. Black Warrior...New York April 12... Har. 1 N. Orleans BTEAMKB8 TO AND FROM HAVANA. Isabfa- From cbarleatoo 19*.h and 4th, due at Havana Jau and 7th. From Havana Utah and 2blh, doe at New York 17th and 1st Karma Citt op New Or*wa?a- Fm Naw York 17th, ar riving ai Havana IVd and Mew Orleans 2f,th. From New Or leans ML. Havana 8tb. due at New York l 'th. Hlacje V\ ATtRioa?f rctn Haw York loth, arriving at Havana .nth and New Or leant ll'ta From New Orleans 25th, Havaaa 26th due at New York ?<d. Qcakkb Cm-From New York lit of each month aniringai Havana 5th, and Mobile eth. From Mobile 16th, Havana Iria, due ?l >ew York ZtL CABAttaa- rrutn New York 2Mb, arririrj at Havana fOtfc and New Orleans M From New Orleans tilth, Havana 1J0> due at Now York loth. When me above dates tall on Monday, the (teamen will ml or. Mootay They leave New Orleaott m near 8 A M. as tide will admit, and Ae Isabel leaves Charleatta and Havana at 10 A. K. STEAMKB8 TO CALIFORM 1. Foa AsrtnwAjA?George Law Atk and St Louts MX* ot eaek ?oath, _ _ Ton PtTwvA abxkaa Star of the Wea Fth and Norther* Ugh' *Mh of each month THY OVERLAND MAILS Tl> INDIA AND CHINA. The tallowing may be of value to those having correspond Woe with the hast:? The mall leaves Southampton eu the 4th and 20th of each month, and Arrives at Gibraltar about the Klh aad 2Mb of same month. Arrives at Malta ntioit the 14th and AOth of same month. Arrives at A.eiaiidrta about the 1Mb of same and 4th of Col tewing month. I eaves Hues about tba UUth or 21*t of mm and Oth or (Mb of fbUo* teg month. Arrives at Aden about the S5th or 9Ctb of same and 10th or 12th of following month. I eaves Aden about the 18th or JTth of same and day of arrl ral tar Bomba>, and 11th to .'10th for China, Ac. Irduui Nary hi earner arrives at Bombay about the 3d to 81k and llfth to 21st of the tallowing month. 1'. ana .. steamer arrives at Point de Galls about the 6th or glh and 52d to Eld of following month. Leaves Poh t de Oalle for Pulo Penang the same day, If the steamer has already arrived which takes the mall on. Arrives at Pule Penang about the lath or 1Mb and 28th and Still o' fobow ~-K month. Arrives at Singapore about the 15th or ldth and Slat or 1st of follow tug a oath. Leaves btogapore about 12 hours after arrival. Arrives atllons Kong about the 2*1 or 24th and 3th ar Mth ?t following month, leaves nest day for Hhsnghae. Two walls leave Kt iilanil?one on tbe Sth and 20*h of each mot th? via Marseilles and srrire at Alexandria about the same time as the Routhamr u.n mail. F3T JI1 farlmf** am? Mt* Utlmuied for (As New Yoke tllHilJ riuiHUl be rralmL ALU AX AC rOK WIW VOKS*?THIS PIT. wra nitna 6 25 , aoos hits morn 2 12 sua Ii 115 I tuiiB vim....... morn 1 27 P?rt" ?tTseir Tart, April 11, m ~ CLKABfS. PUHBistitp Ailsntlc, Fldirdge Liverpool?E K Collins, bhla I'oltt.cH a Peihms, oan Prai.ctseo?button A Co. 81 tp Mirprue. Ban vti, Ktst Indite- A A Low A Brothers. Bit* .1 W tlodgttl Wall. N?al R Ihibsrd 111 n. Jtaik Percy, .tverOI, Cnmbcr.ard?H li Brooks an A Co. Brig Yvellne, hay, Nf uvitar- Maykrw, Talbot k Co. Bug Fatttai. (iardcer, C'srdenas? Mo es Tartar A Co. Br'g He liep Ate (Br', Ourtla, for.ot?IL.ml tan lumbers Brip A'rijhl, Browi, Force?J?s Bishop A Co. Brig Foun'ain Kngle, Pray, Trtnlcad. BilgMires, Jsrvi* t harleston? Geo Bulkier. Brig Meivin, Carr, < hi ptaul Kiver. Ma?Yates A Porter fl*8cbr AIDS, Taylor, favaonah?J B Odmore A Co. Fchr Q M htriih. Smith. Wllirlrgtim?Bolter A l'otler. bohr Delaware Hi-idges, Poiiisnd O 1. Hatch, fichr Vartl a Maila Sn all. 8a:em?R W Her es A Co. 8chr (if lden Fleece. Uslur Fall River- R A Godwin, behr B I rown, Irgiaham Bristol Master. Rloop F Brown, Osrdtvr Frovidtree? Msstrr. Propel,er Jsokror. Lay held. Bait-more--Crrm well's Line. Propeller Concern, Norma i, PbUaaelphla? .1 AM Brtgga. ARB1VEO. 8f amshhi Boeroke, HYIuner, Norfolk, Ac, with mdaaand PA>engers. to Ludnm A PleasanlA Milp llaimortu, Lo?he. <?laegow, Jan with mdse, to ) in ham A fnmor. March 27. lai :V lim 62, upoko snip Ash burton, troin N?->w Orlesns fur Liverpool Kble Fr rtltcde (o1 Portsmouth;. Lord, Binyrna, riaGlbraL tsr M 'ays. with rngs. totacro, Ac, to Mcsara Ptitlll A Co Feb 27. lat'M 40, Ion 112 .20 wsalo cotnr.any with brig Albert, bsnrd w; ssmedate speko brig Billow, irom Paermo tor ?ostrn March 16. li t 29. Ion 53:*', spoke ba>k Any.lA from Uveifeol I'- Pkliafe pn'a. 60 cays out. The F eiperienccd lwavv wea hi-on lie passage. Bark P(allurans (Noiw). cehnack, NeweaUe, K, 118 da'?, wllhceai to hart lay A Livingston. Kipertenced heavy wea tl er c*f Satk 1 ant a (oirlymouth , Weston, Palermo, fu data, wi h fiuit tonrCer; ve? selkO Wheel writ ht A Co bs > bad ron ntmal westiriy talis. ?arch 13, Frvd bi,/e,a uaUv. oi did sniu'k ftllfmn the f . up in fork aid wasiru autlr killed. |6 lat .'1)08, Inn i?10. ei<*e ba'Y Mviaa m !t /<n,n. bOuiidUi Cwpe loan, tLU. Uc ba? Cecks.aof. and W, all sSfflflttSs;amasssT',-To* sSLS^sSP 5??^a2S,%S wS5K?^^,oj5^(2^o,^u^ &t?s??ESssn Mnj/varAS dsfSK'2^ ytfir&ssa: pgiy gir^^.y*' sgf&ar. SMsasrar--'?"* ?wka.wt??w lo^rHrto^ ?s arasva KUj?f|n :,l^P'i t>*dd ? h0"' Pztotei black 'with a*m!w bSg^*Mraa?i2n^^a-2 van heavy wratoe-. rpin mlla, rove .h^TTST? 2SpJ0T1tf>?; 10,h iD*dr> mll?* ? o' head^wt wITbJSy ed^pnotb^ j hfreetorvelt, .ho .uSpltod Brig Frarfonta (of Rtiaworth).Lord, Cadiz, 47 da*. ?<& _m ? Htwper A De villi; ve? iel to 6 A R j Petsrw. Jdhil lJ? 01. ton 88)6, ?i*.kf. Dutch Hhlp ?-_. 77"^ fw??7L2L5 ,????? fort; F h tot 38 4L loo 68 14,' bart wEZ?? bm?*^?!5hDl>Bk t" 'ewOrleaoa. Tie F a? 5? "Jy weather ot the cm>im "peneeo* a-r^f. - A*8*1?- Owin. Footer, Waracalbo, March 14. uj ?* > rJ??^ 30. W'th orffee hidee ee, t? MaltlaJ JS? *?". V*."? D(*n? Meriz. stoSSJ^rC ? bout from the wbiHnjr bark Uiv ftnSwaT*5 iifVSt el*hi??S'll?out,190bbl'>p8 m zoo 60 bMa b'aokf ?II. m eight a' the tune time hnrka W.ve Df?.?BJdj moutoa out, 60u obi. oil JrX ien!LZ2 2? "f mhotteout, (SOU obtrSi 3Si M D hue'of - towiwmuu wito'?"4 30 ne4r Kort?"^'l|J*n?. eaw* a -^nt* 'acludanriVT^ti^h *?Mh. tnWfa|tooUnaet anfk f.re yard ?L TMuita, apparently bita snort i<m< in the ?? iu 67^ Maine. JlUniTO'7wK mTaa^Ei iE?SFJi?iz?&ptwit* rWCefiiS seaman. of lax don. fell orerlxaxl and waa lost - ,,~~J OJ *** o*?- twJ overt)ca?d and waa leal - kJrJ?*/^<irtc<? V *?/ 1 aaioath Port au Platte 23 dan all ?*???*? to e O Uo'fclrc ?(Jo. 4th inn lat % n? t 1 ilSl i^ti^S!7 IPdiV"trn,r Palermo for New York ihnrtef 24Jrith^SS SLSSSH?*^ j0tUUC?' 0l9Blue?o?- *??* .. ^ Jorlab Jet ( t Machlaal Mavaea Jacfwnrll'ji in M^mm il ?"? er',n Ttcmp?on A ri tinier. galled la cameufv^Sr schr Betue Hlookier. for New Yort M " C*?*P??*F *M s.S5???* ??? ?? i.taaR%sff ?1"-'?-30 ?? ?"-. $Vis? '"? hn?-" 1 iftii.fi SJTS; afifii'S'iS,Kmm* M ??.? ?w "lu. *?. w ^chr fc Enchai irtaa.Jajce.tiavBnnah. with ootton, 4ta. Id Tattr> BeDD#tt Ob*rl~to-. With otKtow, ha, te Propeller Parker Vein. Ramea*. BiltfmiM r-rj,*r p"'**u Velo, ham nay Raltlmore. I^Of etler Pelicin, WllHtma, Providence. BELOW. Bri* Fmpire. from Ravaznah. Aiao ote beg, unl now a. olz^at aunaetb. Rn?ToarTH*KT?plUc Bwtae Keperfc tfrllfufc^v/J'"' U7 nrr thiDS Rot>?rt Hardlrr, fwt^e.. Jereoclah ahrn par.o Liverpool, bark fclla, Paiermo. ""*? Btralo Marino Jorrwfiaadeni*. Ont rge n oflr.er. Mctecw* kYork.^^ "wonaan, Beaton; Yr.k il? ^Pk'cambueo: schra Rfia. Uknar V Joel, John a brarb. BaUman, atd rhark)tt? fifci. a?iJ Briton; Arl'a Damon, hmerron. CUrtoSeS- 5SiI' end langanu > 1 en. do Beodlrgton. 0 ark, Ikwion eton. Bprap*. Ke> ?eai; AttrUnVoaielabklem! ' ** tt aoeilaueotia aaa Miimn Pkwz.vtjtiqk- 1 he following Hid re as waa recently Mds at Havre. France, in the presence of an aaaemhlyof abta nialtera and clitieena by Mr. Joteph Lemattre, OhevaUerde ht l egion d'Bonm ur. and member of the Hnaane Boetetraf 1 rar oe, on he oeoaaion of the pieeentaiion of a allrer cu te ( ?i leir. Ml ohe'i, of tie Anericnn ahip Fxoelator. Am biwyanr ere devct'oc to cur tollow creaturei In tin ot of peril sanaot be loo mnch applauded, we beg the iieweou of tkeeddreHU 3 our ifvideij circulated jouiraL c 8 o A m hew Icrk, April U 18C6. ftXpJSXSiS J?'.,F.ortleeveothhoura?S? S?Sihuh0f ????? V"4. lturtu:?*Sf' w-whtofaSrS It waa in latitude 40 SO 'oeallu'ef? with . j ^ ?te Ezewbtor ieli iu i\,l ,hf C ^f rendtied aTornachhI'hiV ^ ,0rt To lattnoa a Only oae apprewwrg W /Z?, hKSI i^. ?.TL 'h e- trom the state ' 1 toe sea. oabnuai Inl'imalneo?to irj sod range the Ezseislor a^nJriA iru loi^'f^J0 ^er' f"* ** whb thla macceuv e, rant N^Ssii a ?uI*.??I^f??er 10 bl" ifmTt 10 "?Tb^ lt^aSUjg 1-lce^hl r.^ ,y*1 ZMto be snrpsitaed, run hla ship aletw VhM!!:r^* ^ ??wto jump otlvoardhSi ihamie ihl. !u/J rf^ 'f1* ?deration the more cifflcult ww -b * h"*1 euffered much hera-lf from (ha ^ jl Latt Mitchell isd rare y dme to aare ttsm. wtec tie Tejurst we.? ro.B HoSor torn ? to*a merttoitoi'S t apt M>tohe l who thus, at the risk of nla own 11th. ec roblv laved .hat cl hi- fellow met, a. d tkne eitied K?5 firm the chrek of the widow nd tbeotptan. ???"* y. Ounane lodvty o( f rvnee, who fuUy m. Litfe.u !, 5 v 81 c on'leact, y iu w;ii f erm't me, Oswt trd SLumuL70!? arCTp'ft 08 'bl? felbnto o- to-lr etoeS VAtoWTy* * tuole motto oa wUcb?-Reward ? l ift id. i ^W"0!1',tM can the propvlett ot the m - bud It do* n to your chid.-en aid -oureM Havre, Ifaicfc 4 tipP.hektafbor<dbm^POrt0 Eico beongeajoHobMer I Acwrnzo? At Mjnic C(. 8tn lrst, br Vsunn Fito. an.. hb.ui?a???fA'Ki175Si. ... _ Spoken, dM< sfiStSffitiT** ttOB' Slort"or p*? Pranc'sco Mamh O.^FiSS^eVi^Ik^m^" for NOri???t "? 29. ltl 2f 2cUici, gg" ,UJt8 frontt x Prieana lot Liverpool, Hank ?^s^ii;^Mvrr"cni New orii4ni ma itonu?ert BUv'6'01 P,c,pec1- Me> ?*?b t2, on the IIaha Brig PhUacthrope fKr). cf Favr. smh,. or Msrrb P, latSl 14 N Ion 4402 W ' *' *** P*? tot WriS?S 5 ?aJ' "CIn "Sork tor rctlo Rloo, April I. rParhT^'^,tde' W*?h'c-',D. ?r I^vacca, March U. fVM(i0t bCM r,? 10, heBC? 03 ? crulee, Aaril 9 [at 40 SO, lea Voitlgn fan a. Gpataiia. PK, March 19- Id port fccri Ca?tar, far M'ork ld?: llnrpfr, ot Ilorksport, Me. dodo; Dtnlr, Yeactai art lKh.t. listen; U b Williama, Pieree, far PbltadM pbta, Mg; 'mlJj Fcwlrr Loyejot, 'o- New Daren next dayi L W Alnarr.?r, Npoilerd, for bYor*,do. Mar acaibo, March 14?Id pott ?0 m .m-Haa, from 8t thorn* for NYork Idg u the i>k?; wrrt. f, om i uraeoa, crtsf la. Pout ap Pi i77T, abt March *9? No am yrssal m pert Hoit ac IiuNi t, March Id1- Iti port brig Virginia, of and far Mntue nutoai ; only ate vim1. Pa a a abt March II- In port b-lg Water - Itch, for Saw. SrcriEr, NeW, Lee 20? Arr ablp VaccaUa, Patten, KTat, Home roita, Al-FXANDRIA, April If arr bi?a Aeorn. Chaaa. Marti A a node. Crocker Hi John Kb; rchra Palestine, NTart; tt T Wrjo. Broonl-n; White hi trail, NYoik; Music Boston: a K tee ia, A York Pctonan. i.rxlfebnri; i. Sharp, NYork; (laaaa fear, Potion; J htl I, Pharo, NYoik; Hampton, and Mlajk Bird. NYork. bAl.Tl*oBF, April 10? Arracbrs Juana, F ojd; Baltimore. H'elght; John Forsy;b, Holmes, ard Baviecce Watoroarf. Crei.rr ir, Mnrlr; l.jdia Gibbs. Hakrr. and bigttlugao, Hni1. Proylder.ce; la and HbiK. Uuhe. l'ltmculu Mass; J a wee Bouse, Hotelinhon. lHphtcr. la & d Cit?. Got k lug, Fa 1 Ki vtr Beic-w iff Yttk bj.lt, t*o shirs, and senr B i Htaonard, Jr. Dan!ha from N York all bound up. oft' the Patuxeat ? full r aged brig with lm-a of ceyeraf apara, at no Lor, us poser, bound up. C-d ship < harlee, Roars, NDr eaot. bar* w H ItsnneiBr). El,ton, Cork tor orders; brigs Joha fvaisa, Hopkins, Wert lrdies; Trarait (Br-, Wllbems d ?;ecersFaanr, Htokes Trenton' NJ; breeze HVkh son, N Y"rt; Swan Bab bins, Boetin; hoiburv, Be en Port ard; Oopla, "ears aaean. bid ibip Charles, Rua.-k. NOriean-, bark Creole Llatrto MM ds Jsrfiro. Phibior, April?- Arraebr* Mary Mdv, Pears* Prsvi dsnte. to load for < nbs; Kth, ichr Gazei.e, Ckaee, NYork. HM 10'r srir Mautn, Tar.nr. Ma arras C11Y POlbT. April b Arr eehra John B RpalYard Isaac street NYork: fiorgrn. Mrwte, flo, Moro, Whitehead, BoAaa. hid irl r Ar n Cole. NYrrk F OHaBI.R-TON Anill h? Arr artrr Mooriight, Cnapa, Raw York C'd hiljr J U Jonea, Mtlit, P York bid br bark jfcar lone Dsrrecn. Veicli. l ire.pool FaLI, hiYKIt, April? Arreehr *m Oobb Kndicott Pki lai'eli lla; kloc-p I H Horren, Colons NYonL MOBILR, April .'(-Arr sL p Parliament, Poil??d, Soataai Bp brlB An ella, Bertraod. h;o t urary did barka B f. Rat Sirs, lleiano, Bit roc en. Courier, nherwocd, Boston, Sam Shah, ajo. Co. NbW t-Kl.F.ANS' April 4, PM-Arr ship Buremburj, Mil man. Ha-.-re; sehrs Ibis- lleenlsm Htaoef. Oaraaoat; K S Janes. Toyrrsend, NYork. Cd sehr 1, Mrteu, Book da, Bath Me. r>ih. AM? Arr atesmsfcli 'lha* Monan, Piace, Indiano'aaad Oalves en Td lis ihlpi Got Lnraden Ht no. IJyeeBdOl; Ab bctl iA-.vrf net l)avl?. Preat. Be'ow ootr.inft uo ship" Dtrtco, Cutter, aw'(.'in.trldie (tace fnm Hrsion; rarkentlie Olaia mrnt. from Mork; al.srZ sl ips, t r ark ard 1 brig, uiknowra I' d sh'o PantL-??.n. l iittr, Breton sehr W B Patten, Faaott. Bt Marks 11 d > r ?pc I. BORFOi.K. >p*tit> Artfrhra R C Heonatt, Wood, freaa Deep Creek toutd to NYovl; Uanjrea. Vtl ty. hoekpert SM schr? Ma; y ..itne, INpson. and I.aRoT. HeHn.au, NYrrk. i BWPOBT April IP b AM?In port sehrs M Marc, Aider, frcm Jfoblle frr I'n.vldcr ce; flliha Pr cks, Gardner, trim New York; Lewis Clark, kre oett, and Harah L. bnutn, from Pka ladelphia; J M M.Icm, Krrry, ard Grace Dari ng Carr, fraaa Prevldctce for NY r,rk; J P "ent. Irom Cherryfle d for do; Al io- D fbfele, Hnd Pnena Yitla, from Haralch foe r-snslar. NhW LONDON, April b-Arr sehr bew Delight Bo ska. Ntrwieb ft r NYork '.hi, prrpeilrr Dera'ur. O >er, N To k for NorWeb; sehrs A Parser, Yell, Fail hirer. Jane R U 'mstoek. Frire, Vlrglriie. NbW baYRN, April 10?Arr trig Unfaucted (Br), Oar teao fluarsna rit. r NOV. PEN CI, Aprf jD?Arr etesmer Oaorar, Kfene*. If York; bark Fanny. Wat's. HOrhana; aehra Oeean Bird CMbba: Fescue Bacon ai d Francis liirors, Hmiih. BalUmors; R F Ke.icbum, 1a ourede Alriandrla; Daniel M Mlll?r, Latere* Rapr.ehar-no'k Below sebry.i erra Keekwftk froit Phllib dej.bla, soot Potpter Fowler, from NYorg: a, d two ee-.ra, imkDO*D. Hid Mr trig Man Msh-ney 1 John. NB: anhra Hope W Ganrfy > -n;o; T Mervln, Thotasa aid Mare, so la Mi ts?*rr .Ir, , re?.'tr Hniumore; Eliot Burkaoo;'Mfheii Gtisd. kteavrr; dm PCoi. hr-ick- Kli io?n?end, WU Uos\ aid Allin Powtlrg, Bioe Philadeipbla; Onl Da''gfcta?j Grant, ana ?* K haki r, Berry, Nllork, alorpa Yhoa Hull, aad Kniiiy, do. hfCDVOM.. *rrl) 9 - Arr aehra Atrericrn ONM, Prtaaer, locj.,iird ] u/t 1m,n-rr-nea. f York. H d sch-a alien H Brawa, Gtlp et llalleio i a i'h, aid Marr 'att O'Clrey K Yort. S/V.I NAP. Aprtl 7-Arr sehr ? * **?? Te-rt, C'e shir. Tryr--iei ar, Harward Uterprol; 'art Pa*4i* Waikir. Glitseot ; frisk H'n Joea. Aberseeo; OarNho* Ctishlr g, I reepr rt, Me; whr Jotea A B'snley Mmmona Ba* 'Wilmington, ng, aphis-ait aehra dchu as ?r?e. ftp J h Miles Keen?le>; s J r*K<iase* Hrewrtw. J d*. 1 rtrb-a, West W'd I -i'lett aid Joseph ' t'ma, Rolataa, M ktik, CidVUk, ttlu 1 lUjctoul. Husa, BcaDn.