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Volume XXVII Mo. 1*1
VIBLO'B GARDBN. Broadwa\?Afieruoou and E?eoiis ?
Til t- EmCB INTEL.)*.
WINTER GARDEN. Broail.yay.?!.inv or Ltok?.
WAIXAGK'H THEATRE. W4 Broalway.?Kraxr Oinn
Hi- ilia Kaclt.
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PHUIK.?OltKBB OCV?J.Uk nUKl'litiH.
OLYMPIC THE V'l'RB, 485 Broadway.? Nbw Orlbass?
fii'tr? Lm?o Whale, Ac , ai all hours.?' mau
pj oA2i.t, afternooa aad evening
KRTANTS' MINSTRELS. MrcUaalcj* Ha'I. --472 Broid
.? Kuoui-n l-Aru.
MEJ.ODEON CONCERT HALL. K9 Broa<i.fay.?T:r.u*
R'i e I-' Soxoa. lUM'f.s, beRLk.?a;nv Ac.
CVNfLRKDRY ML'SIC HALL, 585 Broau??y.?So?a?
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t|T. tlalij from 10 A. M. 1111.91* M.
> M?w York, Saturday, May 3, I80a.
Our news from Yorktowa tt>-day is interesting.
Scsterdav morning the rebel* opened fire on oar
butteries with a rifled sixty-eight pound Colum
bia from the heights. Our battery of one
fcnndred and two handred-ponnder Parrott guns
responded, and after a brisk fire the rebel
gnu exploded on the twenty-third discharge,
scattering destruction among the enemy on
the parapet. This accident seemed to put the
battery completely horn du cornbat, while
Our flre continued, throwing shells into the
town. A rebel steamer made an attempt to
Un.i some troops at Yorktown, but onr Parrott
gr.ns prevented her from accomplishing her per
pose. Deserters from Yorktown report that Gene
rals Johnston and Magruder made speeches last
W?ek to all their troops, calling on them to use
?vvry exertion to defeat the Northern invaders;
th it they .should never surrender so long as there
Was a man left; that if they were defeated at York
ktjwn the cause of tho confederacy was gone, as
Ibey were determined ta rest their cause on this
their last battle.
We have received despatches from Pittsburg
Landing to the effect that important operations
we going on there, which, however, wo are not
permitted to publish, and hence we shall enter
into no speculation upon the nature of the pro
ceeding* progressing in that vicinity.
A despatch from General Mitcheltothe War De
partment yesterday, from HunUville, Ala., an
nounces that his troops on Wednesday last crossed
from the island to the main land and captured two
six pounder cannon and their ammunition. The
inhabitants reported tho enemy to have retreated
In great confusion on his approach.
The Chicago Timet has taken great pains to cir
C'i'ato a report through their special ?orrk?pon<i
eats to the effect that "one half of General Hal
Jeck'a army are on a bed of sickness," and that
out of the whole force not more than "ten regi
ments could muster six hundred effective men, and
th.it these were weak and illy prepared to combat
With the enemy." In contradiction to this, wc
have the official report of the principal medical
officer under General Halleck, that "all the sick
?nd wounded have been removed from the field,
With the exception of about two hnndred, who
?re in the regimental hospitals, and are expected
to take up arms ia a few days at latest."
The particular* of the capture of Fort Macon by
Central Bornside's force are given to-day. The
fort stood a heavy bombardment of eleven hours
on Friday last. Four hundred prisoner! wen
taken. Colonel White, the commandant of the
fort, and all bis officers, were permitted to leave
on parole, and the surrender of the fort was ac
cepted subject to these conditions?no doubt be
cause General Bornside had important work bi
fore him, in connection with other combination.-',
which did not admit of any delay more than was
faMolutely nccessary for the immediate occupation
of Fort lfaeon. The occupation of Wilmington
by Gen. Burnside is announced by the rebel jour
Dai, the Petersburg Esprtut, but we have no con
formation of the fact from any other source.
From other Southern papers received at Fortres
Monroe yesterday we learn that Commodore Far
ragnt's propositions to surrender New Orleans
bad been accept*! by the SUynr, Mr Monroe, and
the city of New Orleans was at lut accounts held
b> a battalion of mar.nes from the sqaadron. The
?i?me authority states that Gen. Butlsr's forces
were within a few miles of thf city hsving landed
on lake Pontchartrain.
Rumors were in circulation In th* South that
Beauregard was evacuating Memphis and Corinth,
consquent, most probably, upon the information
rf th* fall of New Orleans. It may be that he haa
r lefor the Grand Junction, at the Intersection
0 t!ie Memphis and Charleston Railroad with the
l? iud Trunk road to New Orleans, with th* hope
of r aking a connection with General Lovell'a
k Our map on another page wil] give a good
1 j of the localities ia question.
rha inhabitants of Memphis at the last account#
in momentary expectation of an attack by
cur fleat, an J It waa doeided at a public meeting
to destroy th* city by (Ire rather than It should
fall Into th* hand* of the Union forces.
Commodore Footes bombardment of Fort Wright
eontinoM to progress, and a general attack was In
?onfmplatlon. It waa expeotsd that the r*boj
gvnbttt? would have made an attack on Foote's
fetilla oa Tuesday, and th* flest ws* drawn ?p In
U<? of battle to meet them, hut tfcsy m,ds no
A tl?H?atohipcs|v.;(? ?t CWc*!* y*^ru?
that lUton Ilouge,
the arsenal, stolen fr
occupied by the Ui
u probabio that
few mortar boaU
In the Senate yeotoadap, aMl *u lakradueed
limiting the Dumber of H||tt pimlf of tht armf
to twenty. and tha MHkit ef MglAar generals
to two hundred. Wa km Mr aw^ thr?e hun
dred brigadiers. IV Ml waa nfciWi to the
Military Committee. TV* UB to toollltotc the dia
oharge of enlisted moa fMr phptooal dtoaliflhy was
reported baok by tha OaaMaMtoo on Mftitary Af
faire. A resolution Mi 11 t'l iff aa to the ex
pediency of providing lor afpatotoaaato to ti?c Ma
riuo Corp* in the sua* auHf M to toe Naval
Academy was adopted. Mr. Smumt gave notice
of a biH abolishing too latsr Ptotn ~aad ooastwioo
slave traffic. The HMHlMi MB was token up,
and an amendment altpM istWhg from its
benefit* all persona who IwvbHtoVIx against
the United States, or tod ?*d *toaf<*1 to tin
enemy. Mr. Carlile, if JlgM^ <(kfM a substi
tute for the biil.^ivlM (AtoRMMl aaMMto of the
army anJ officers ofthe imj aae haadred and
sixty acres of land at wti||r to twenty-five
cenn per acre, or eighty mm to tor? dollars ami
fifty cents per acre, to Its* of eaa kssM dollars
bounty in cash; but wNhaot Mto acUon the
bill wa9 laid aaide tfll Monday next.
A message was received Area the Praefafeto rela
tive to the arrest of Qoaeaal Btoae. The Presi
dent says General Stosewis arruatoi apon evi
dence which, whether he was gallty or iaaocent,
required that such pioiHindlni" sksskl be had
against him for the p?M? safety, sad that hi
deems it incompatible with too pabtto iaherct. as
well as unjust to General Btoas, to aaah<? a more
particular statement. Qoaaral Btoae wdL bo al
lowed a trial without isBMNMiy May. The
consideration of the Coadeoottoe Ml ww then re
sumed, Messrs. Doolittte, Wl4t, Oollaimr and
Saulsbury participating to tha Ac tot to.
In th? House of fteprissatotlrss, a bill granting
additional powers to the Beoratory of tho Treasury
was passed. Hie meeaarals oae of lasperkaite to
merchant and shipowners, M tt hi teteodueed to
put ? atop to traffio wKh tha robels b.v w?
of Nassau and Cuba. Wa refer oar render-,
to our report of tha Cnngrssstonsl preceding fur
a synopsis of the proviataaa of tha bill. Tie ( om
mittee of Ways and' Moo as reported u bill
making appropriations for the snwprrt of
tho army for the year aadmg with
June, 18S3. The appropriate? ismuii; to
the enormous sum o( * The bill
granting pensions to saliiiaii yd a?hor^ dis
abled or wounded since tho Mh if Maroh, 1SC1, or
hereafter while in the pabtto eorvtoe. was din
cu.-sed, and then postponed till TWaday next. Mr.
Morrill made explanatioaerelailaff to the '*an/<? of
intoxication preferred ? jal?fHrasrslTf K. Smith,
while in command of Qw the fight at
Lee's Mill, near Yorktown, aa tho tiH., from
which it appears that the Qonaral la eatir.-ly guilt
less of the accusatioa. Mr. Waahbarae, o! Illi
nois, defended General Oraai ftaa the twjc TrfiuTI
which he said had been oaat ape a that b'tvc nn-l
successful officer; and Mr. Oox declared thai the
charges brought agaiast oortala Ohio reg:me'iis
that pxrticipated in the victory at Plttsbu-ir 1 add
ing were groundless.
Our European lilcs by Ik* North Am^-iruu
reached this city from Qaebeo jMterlt/ evening.
The papers are dated oa the 17th of April. Ami
contaiu details of new? om day later than that
received by the Bremen aadtttyof Washington.
The address of (he Brttiah aad Foreign tnti-Sla
very Society to the ITarted States Mlatwtur ut I.or
don, with the reply of Mr. U>ai, if given in f ill
from the journals.
The Pari* 1'atrie of Iba 1Mb of April, epoaki' r
of the policy of N&poUea ia Mexico, sa.t*: Wc
hare reason to believe thai the French kcv.th
ment ha-> not in aaj way asdIM ita .pinion
respecting tbe Mexican qaeetloa. It ia thought
that an assembly of the memben of tbe monar
chical party would meet at Paebla toward.-* the
end of April, and that It* reaolatiooa would I?
submitted to the approval of the Mexican people.
Ex-Governor Pratt, of Maryland, a rebel ?;? mpa
thizer, recently wrote to the bogus Secretary of
War, telling him that if tbe traitors could "ii<4d
oat until the middle of April or the 1st of May,
the Lincoln dynasty woald crumble ander its o\\ u
corruption and indebtedness." Tbe m ddle of
April han past, and so baa the lat of May.'utid the
"Lincoln dynasty" ia mor? vtgeroas tbau itnas
on the day Governor Pratt wroto bis letU-r
General Sterling Price, of Missouri, baa resigned
his commission in the rebelarmy. Whete~'T mi/ht
have been mid of ex-Governor Price, be La. if ho tN ti
tar>re sagacity in the preaeat rebellion ti an any
other officer iu Jeff. Davis' army. If he had re
mained loyal to his country's dag hem,4' .: liftve
been an ornament that tbe government ^ould
have felt proud of.
Some of the Southern papers, la bemr.sninj; tic
loss of the Crescnt City, eay that Texa* to year
will produce three million bushels surplus of
wli'-at. tea million buabels surplus of corn, und
large quantities of p >rk, not a bushel nor a ponnd
of which can t'jine North if tbe Yankee? retain
possession of New Orleans.
TLt W kshington Times is the title of v n>; v
paper published at the federal capiUl, f ? lit-t
number of which was issued on Thtuvdav. It i-> t?
be independent in politics, "advocating the p' rj>? -
tuation of the American Union and the :ru-Iiiug
out oi tbe rebellion by whlcb the inatituti' " fram
ed and perfected by tbe wisdom of tie heroo
of '76 are ondaunersd."
Froe negro nurses are called for by th ro
army officers. They are Informed that " if thry
go willingly good wages will be paid; if the; do
not volunteer they will be impressed."
The Richmond JJispaioS mentions two is lav ?
where the rebels in that city have baritd their
sick soldiers before they were dead.
A novel iA>de of giving tbe rebels newp wiv re
cently practised by some of tbe soldiers of the
Sixty-second Pennsyhrania regiment, bef re York
town. They caught a seeeeh dog suteide of the
enemy's lines, and, fastening a N?w Tors 1u?kat,i>
containing an acconnt of tbo taking of I'ort Pu
laski around hit neck, they tied a tin kettle to hi*
tail, sod started him back to his brethren, whither
he went at an Eclipse paoo.
Mr. Monroe, the rebel Mayor of New Orleans,
says to Flag Officer ffcrragat that bo took tbe city
" by the power of bnrtal foroa." He makes no
?cfcrence. however, as to tbe ktad of force that
was employed in steeHag the United State- Mint,
Custom House and Post Oflee la that chy, and the
Arsenal at Baton Roage. Probably he tbiok* those
buildings and thoir contents, together with all the
government fortifications la LoataUaa, were take n
by the force of ciroamstaaoee. Mew Or)e^ua was
really retaken by the foroe of habit.
A train of cars, wUob was oeareytng th- > ,P.
teonth South Carolina rogfaaeat from Mobile to
Corinth, ran off the traak ea the ivth ult., by
which accident aix were lalaatly killed an I tven
ty wounded.
General Sturfls has ordered that no ln4fa?? -!mll
be mit'tercd into service to the Dopa-^i. ni of
The Major of ihesmeleeelh 9hkHe r- it
la Mr?. Reynold* wife of I ietitVmant Reynolds, ef
Cor9|?ftnj A of the ?ame regiment. Hbf wit- oom
Hiieaioned by (iovorftor Yate* for LoWK conduct at
the tattle of f'ittsburg l*n?iir?<r.
TL< !bw paid'd l?y tbe bogi.s Congress, legating
the formation of guerilla bauds, or bushw%aoktTN,
c.41s them "partisan rangsrs." They are Jwthnr
ized to steai hiiiI rob to their hearts' contend, and
tLc robel gavt ruiuent promi^-a to pun-hftsc iLfcir
Thomas C. Fitzpatrick, a prisoner of Stato, **as
yesterday sent to It&lt'iuore to ?n-*tr a cliurge ?f
mai?t?lau;,'hter. He was tukeu eltargc of by oflieer
Sampson who i* to delitcr hii? to the Trovoat
The prize eases are progressing befo e the
<H?urU?, the government being represent ' ' iost
C?s?? the United States l'intrict Att< his
assistant, Mr. H. I.Woodford, aud Mr. W illin rn M.
Urarts. The casr of the ltiitish bark Hiawatha
awl her cargo ha.? been finally submitted to the
Circuit Court; that of the Empress and cargo is
Mill ptnd'Dg before the United huiee District
WaU street v?u ag?'j> very active yesterday, and
stock-i vrere k'.i higher me l*rg.->t advance l-?ing In
Paclftc Mail which ro.-e >', j>or cant. Governments n-so
l1! alt,, ae<i iai'*.a\- sharesabout an average of oa?
!*r voui. TlienuhKc aro b.iyrog with free -ton*. ?? no/
ba.? falio/i to 4 per cent on call, the roeular quo.ation
6* 0*4 a 6. I ^change rose yod'.eruay to 1 if '4 a?.i* gold
to l(ri V '?l?e Sub-Treasurer oichaogad a nvii! ou of 7
note* fur gold at j>ar.
TI?o cotton market ye*terif?y continued lo bo some
what Irregular, uud spinners, dur'i g the prevailint? to.
ifciaeut weather, were pn'ch i-tin only to meet iruoao
?liateafcl pre*- lug hoping, a* ha? be?n tlia oaxe
ni'H'n or legs Tor m??ths, "thai something might torn
in'.'' '1 tot sales embrared about >.>0 a SOo hairs, cbieity
lor shipment to Baltimore f >r manufacturing purposes.
Wequoie middling uplands ai 27 ,r. a S*e., with some
sales ruporieu at a fraction above aud under thesa
figures. Hour wa?? firm. with moderate su>?3,
closing at nr. udance or full Sr. per pound
Pie -canty supple of wheal ei.e< led sales, wUi/e Jwddv
erg ??r?flrTu a>,d isolations nonvinnl. CV rn was, firmer,
with c^iei of We1-torn mixed, In sloro and ailoai, at ?>71 jc.
a Pork, was In fair dematd, with sales ?f mesa*
?l'i Co a #,pj 6.; , and of prim# at $10 n $10 25. \ ?a'e
of J ,ttO?bbU. n.ess, deli\ o'able in Jure, r ,.do at
$18. Sugars wore fi.'m andingocd dew and, with salts
of J tot* hlid-<., 140 l?o\es mid 10,000 b?g? V,.oila a^
prices k -on in another c lumo. Coffee \?as quiet. A
rale o! O/Jio bj(.s of J .tguayra ws ,v .de, in bond, for ?>:
P'TijOn- private tornts, and r.o(> do. Jamaica a. iOo.
1 rclgUk. v??re luT", with n>o?lerale engagemci;?
K\ I* VOlttHNAIiV Ml:'.. I'iTi? D? VKl (iPMt.\1V m |
Vorkjo an.- The Jacobin edi tor of a republican j
journal in tlii^ city write1- and publishes a lei- I
ter f.'oa- fc'orklown, i<i which there y- consult J
rable information given u? the enemy about i
the range and effect of his guns, and the aattire j
and 1 fetation of the Union works. Jtui thin !
letter contains besides some extraordinnde
vi'lcpai'jnis about the campaign, which de
serve the attention of the pv??|?!e. 'Jflie writer
Two th o*? I tbial I raaprcdicf with perfect safely:
6r?t,ttaat i titer ?<' MrCIcI Ian will r?"i < pruiieitcu the ut ?
until lie i cuii |>lt;? ? rrady; and nee-mi, thai \ritU
tU ivelv ? liu ir from ttiu tiuio lie ituo Ci'riluence It ho
will hate taken Yorkc .. u, with al! lit i;uri.,ui' iti .<!?
?J! Its K?iT?*'?n pri?wif:.. e ?. r *
I'. Tv arc M'Viu ?h(' think that t.on?"-ai Mr* :e!iail, on
flrat arriving hrro, tuighi have tftrr:<d Yorkh-v. u by u
fjd'ien da-h,aud savoti the la? .u',coat and do . r i 1 a
r.-'w n-kieuti. ]f he had &ll",ved to niy i i.i i. j
oi l.' tai |-luu be would hav? turB64 YoriU<>-.?t'. ai.u l>"U
iti I'.lriiiH tut U"\r. Hut, h'h-ii lie ,t?s riiililaul;. ae,' '.ed
ofl'io tn'y t?e:i he hail relie<! en to ucr p'-c'i tiivo
hau n> i Ii^Icm !>;.l lo chi' ige bin p' r>- I!'? the'i v. u. rotii
pel'.ed to take \ urkt :. !?? a dirr i odvnnco, u:u' i)i*t
a (Ivan -a *a~ a erk or ut'urvtdi 'icult; .
ft is vert evident from ilii- that the reove
nenta c.f our army on lh<- Vork peninsula have
b< e? too much under the eonirol t?f the .'aco
bi'is. and that tho safe tv ?>f ihe troops maybe
compromised by it. thing appears, and
that is that the ; ante meddl* <-& who caused Hjo
l?;ll run panic are now on bund at Yorktottn, i
and unless they are arretted or driven out of
the camp thoy mav cause it similar dhaati r now.
'lite radicals have gained, by tome meats
or other, a very dangerous Influence over tin
War I?"p?rtu)ent. ami ail enA cannot be nut to
it a moment too Boon. General Mc?l< Man's
plar. was to capture the army of the enunj
with ms little lo".-. of liTe as possible, by which
wcv^ral objects would be secured, i'irsi, the
war would be shortened; second, the blood of i
our owk troops would be "pared: third, the
useless effusion of the blood of tho misguided
rebels would be saved; fourth, the re toration ]
of the Union would be more speedy. and mu
tual amity be coon^r established. Kvery friend
of hum unity desires to see the object in >ievv
accomplished ?rith as little bloodshed as possi
ble. iuuch is not the do->ire of the blood,
thirsty Jacobins, who inherit the principle? of
the Uobc^pierrcs and Danbrtf nnd Marata of
the French Bevolutiou. Nothing wiU satisfy
them but carnage. They v, ant to hare the .var
prolonged, too, because that will ennbla them
to continue their birccfaced. sha'ncU.-s plunder
of the people by fraudulent contract*. similar
to thore whioh hare been already dragged t"
tbe light ?>fdai. Heme. nothing 'W ould delight
them more tli ,u the overthrow of Mc( iellan's
army. They know that tho reflt<?ratiou of th?
Union would be th< death knell of tlicir ''ac
tion. ami they wish to postpone, If they cannot
ultimately prevent, the destiny thut a vaitc
Bomha^t oi TiiF Matot: oi Ni;\v Ortl. .si.?
'I bo cool. binint-i like, ui wloflito loth r of
Conittodnro r.-tn'n^nt, flag officer ?>I tlio nutul
expedition vbich captnml N*. * Ork.mn. ud
?lre >?ed to the Mayor of 1 )>tkt c-iiv. ?pre-T'i* a
*kik>ng contract t? ttit; replv 'of his 'i .ed
l(?ncy,'' mo "full of Sound s?"ii ftir.\ signifying
nottiitii;.** This boml>avtii nflTitli 1 ? v f ry like
vbo letter of Huckaer wlieu 8um:iutcring 1 orl
iHMMlnon. It haj tho air of exaggeration and
nllly axtra*a;.*nee which ohanict' riz?;? tlif
lenders of sec<t?ion throughout the Houth from
Beauregard down to the drummer hoy. I'tr
better for Mb. or tfouroO, on liifr o*im part and
In behalf of tho elty, quietly and wiiU a o<,d
gra< e to submit to deminy and tk superiority
of Northern arms. It 1- humiliating. no doubt;
but thai ought to have been e?n?U1?red in
Nkw. t'U'KT? Cinv. r.s.?'The hO
aounces that ih? World is- about to change to
jtolitical complexion und corn# out cv*demo
cratic papor. 'J li's, we understand, is not cor
ixjt: but there are important changes goiug oa
in regard to that paper, Somo tune hioco,
m h? n G'uraniuigs mm e.vpondiug forernmont
money at the Worid offico. and dealing in army
ale, porter, straw LaU and lioen pantaloon*, and
miied up in job* generally, be became in
debted to Tlmrlow Weed, and was obliged to
pay bira off in atock of the Wvrld concern.
Weed has about concluded hil tour in I'urope,
and is now, or soon to be. on hie route borne.
ITia frienfcOhere aro negotiating to obtain full
control of tlio World, and immediately upon
Iiia rotum to place iJana. laie of the Tribune, at
its bead as inside manner, while W? ed takes
:i>? position of general outside manager
hhoubl tlioi-e negotiation* be tully com-uin-,
j mat' i| Ma'sa (?'ieoio\ may look out foi ? few
, broad-ides from thia CWUblnatirtD between bis
I efirly ?ri<? i:<ie partners.
Iltfrlily Import tin* niplom*<lr Movfr.
nit itlM Ht liunlilKKton-Vrtuch
(ion Jljui* Agtiwtad.
\Wien M Meveiur'a -thoKitrnoh AmbaNtador?
vi#ii to Richmond w?b fuut an no a? cod, wo
etnto4,^>n authority that we derived reliable,
thai it had a giuvo political HigniAoance. This
?iow c# it ww> rejected by the majority of our
contenap?rari<*, who profes.sod to nee in il only
a purely mtirialcrial interference for the pro
tection of the cotton and tobacco belonging t-0
l'rcucli cifv4i* winch it> now lying st*?ed at
Wo | HuliaS tbis nterning,from threodifferent
CCTrespondeu'w at Weshingt<?, etatcmonts c( a
very curious and im porta at eimnaclor, and
which bear on? the iuformti'Jfoo thai wo ha-ai
previously receded. In one of these it i?
albrmed t)<al ar amnesty. excluding all but tho
prominent loaders of tho i tbollit.ii, it* now, and
l as been for hoin<? time paot, under tho con
sideration of our government, tlic ;?vriod of its
issue depending merely on tho re:ii*lt of the
groat (?ftltle about to be fought befwc York
town. In another it it? btuled that oa Tuesday
evening last an informal coiUHiltaifoQ took
place b'ttween the Cubist and the dittfomatic
corps, ai which the question of an ensL?tice
with tho rebel government wa* mooted, M.
Mereier N?lie\ ing that the time ha- come
when, under the in?lrwctions of tha F.m
peror, ho may btep forward as a media
tor. '1 he third of tlie.se communications throws
fresh light on the motives that prompted
the visa of the French Ambassador to the. re
bel capital. From conversions which ho has
had with tho bi st informed ?f the French resi
dents in Washington and Baltimore, the
writer it obr>vinood that- tho ]vnpero?'s
designs on Mexico are at tho bottom ?f
this movoi te^t. Thev state their belief ti at
M. M creicr has concluded with the Confederal*
government &> trout/ which ts both pe>l itii-r?)
and commercial in it- character. It may seem
inconsistent that such a step should be lukt.*
now, when tin I niou arms are everywhere tri
umphant. This view our correspondent meets
by the btate? >ent that the impression, both in tha
French Legation and nt the Tuileties, is thai
the turning point in tho war lia.*: now been
reached, that the tide of suceosi on our bide,
will bo an-osied, and that t'w summer cam
paign will result disastrously to tho federal
arms. TJiis conviction is derived partly from*
the fact that tl*? 1 ruon forces will for the fu
ture have to operate at long di-iances front
their ba*? of operation ., and where our gun
boats cannot penetrate, ami partly froin the
athorsc climai ? influences that our troops will
have to contend' with.
?\\ e do not, of Course, vouch for tho accuracy
of all tho ?tutvmontb .set forth ?h the^o conunu"
nicutions. J'lnir corroboration, uf each other ii:
the main, ar u their confirmation of the charac
ter g! en by our previous information to the
Frem-h \mbas?:ulor's visit to Richmond, leave,
ho.vever, no doubt that dii?b??.it!e movoincnm
Unve. been bet on foot in Washington with tv ]
view co brin'/io" about a compromise in>olv
in? a recognition of the political independence
of the South. A retrospect *f tho course of
tiio FnglisU and French governments in con
nection with tho war will show that, if the.
hate delayed thus far in carrying out the??
present design, it was only hecatuo tlioj ctr
teriaiued the conviction that the triumph of
the rebels would render interference on their
part unnecessary. From the first they set oat '
with the notion that the Noruh would not suc
ceed in restoring tiio re\i>li^d .States to tho
Fnioa. To this conclusion they were led. not 1
merely by their wishes, but by tho fact that
there was no etampl* in history of a
rebellion of similar magnitude having been
successfully put down. They did not take into
account that this is a democratic and not a
despotic government, and that v. o are not to
be judged by the nunc rules and principles
that apply to other nations. That they euter
taimd an overpowering desire to see us di
vided and permanently weakened could not,
however, be mistaken. Tho Knglish aristoc
racy, through their organs, openly avowed it.
whilst the French Ivnperor. more crafty, eon
tented himself with secretly urging the Pal
merston Cabinet to take the initiative :n rccog- !
nixing tho independence of the South. It was j
only the unwillingness of England to antici
pate a re.ult that she deemed certain from tho
formidable character of the stand made by the
rebels that prevented both governments from
taking that step. Their rial disposition was,
however, made manifest to us by the insult
put upon us by England in the Trent affair,
and by France in that of Mevioo. Now tliur a
rapid buccs.*?iou of overwhelming victories on
our part has convinced tbom thai ao are in a
fair way to crush out the lebcllion, they nro
polling seared at the conse<jueucc? to them
selves. They know thnt they hnvc docplv
Insulted aud injured us, and they hare no rea
son to count ou our forbearance. Wheu we
end this war w? shill have the large,t
and best equipped awny in tho world, and
the recent sea fight in Hampton Kouds
ha- shown the world thai in point of naval
strength *e are now not inferior to Iviglnnd
herself. Ah wrongdoers, both llnglund and
Franc? arc speculating with timely hi to
how w e shall employ the iinmen.o naval and
military forco that will be libcrated by tho ex
tinction of the rebellion, and they are maling
this la-r effort to prevent its c<ip: ummation.
r>..ir noternmont ha* but one duty to per
form iu tho premises. I nder no circumstances
must it const nt to any negotiation or arrange
ment which is ill stop ahortof an unconditional
surrender by tho rebels. We will allow nr. na
tion to step in l*v wo? n m and tho vindication of
! that authority whieh we are constitutionally en
titled to < x< i\ i w over th" revolted Statu. The
matter of an amnesty we urc not ns yet culled
upon to discuss ; but, while we avo ou the sub
ject, it may a? well be distinctly understood that
tho country will tolorato no act of grace towards
the prominent fomenters and leaders of the re
bellion. They iiavw got to pay the penalty of
their crime--the groatcat, without a question,
that Las ever been committed against humanity.
Should foreign gorornments attempt to dictate
to us the manner of their treatment, we shall
know how to assert our dignity and our rights.
Tup. Rebel Krvo.?The rabola used to boas^
tbat Cotton waa King. They bare changed
thoir allowance now, and dcciare thai Yollow
l'fcvcr in King. ThL* it a very fit monarch for
auch aobjecta, to be sure: but we aball dethrone
him as easily as we did King Cotton. Negro
brigades, di*??ed in rod trowiera and armed
with guns from the ha< le Manufactory of tbe
Tritniiu V^oeintloB. are to be pro].*io(i toman
ni' the recovered fort a hi yellow fi'VtfT districts,
?t r) <an thus def, tip fe^r. lirigadicr
General f;r<v!?jr porpoMr to take the fteld Iff
penton wfth these eeuUebtadc, eud we will
back Greeley n^einct Yellow Jack any da*.
There i* nothing In the coi?ftii*lioo to forbid
the employment ef ncgiecee.sfoldirfrrj t*o> iu>>r?
than am boot-blacks, end. bc^tde- diuyoung of
Greeley's guns, we B&j find tnfc tta excellent
mode of disponing of Ike contrabiuida and the
ccntraband question.
Th? 8??t Coinln( Bet tic in the SfUlli
We perceive, ftvm tcUgvcphlo despatches
which vo published ye:terda?, that it is staited
General ) tenure>-a*d It ?ve:ciu.4tag Corinth andi
fulling bu*k on Memphis. We doubt this into
ligcuce. Olio ?amc newe Lad been circulated
previous to hi* attack cc ear army at Pittsburg
Landing. Ji* 11* le moriuf from Corinth it ia
| probably wifii tilte design of tfviag bnttlo again,
and to prevcot'lldlecktdvaiiciqf on Memphis,
*<v as to cut off Hit retreat tcrees the MiHsw
t'bpi, a* that gcnB>*l pctkujjr ma/ hare given
indications of movc.ifcut. * 'tit' the dou
ble object of fioBihg Bec.oiucfrd to abandon
bi*i Jortiticalion* CeiicH:, snd c^momt to
pive'Vattle on a feiirfMd, ?;lC to co??pel him
to ot. this side of Itc Mlrcisaippr, owmi to
capture hi* army, or fWlcv. It *p to a {."oiut be
yond wbich retreat WOT#d be ioposaiblev
If ]'>*auregard fcac ?siij pone to Memphis,
bis obj>?4 is to croec th-?IIis. iixippi auitwaw
into Arkansas, with a Wew to rnovo upcn- Mis
souri, (i t mn away to Tfafic. If Ilalleck fitnifrid
orertake him before t?heii erossed, his whole
army \s oiihl be bagj"C(K Tlio I cad em mspht
escape acrow the zwer, but not tt?e
army. It' is not likely, therefore, that
llenuregund ia falling fcugik ou Memphis, with
the iiiteiitle>ii of defending Mmtclf there; forth*
gunboats which ccpturcd Kcw Orleans woaid
soon be upon him, while ITs.llcck's army would
press him into their fatal f ".9. If br has rnadt
a flunk iuo>*nteui towards flemphis, it is pro
)babk- he will only procccdf'to C rand Junctioov
by which hc?wonld gam ti^i?. It is about) df
way to Memphis, and et t!.c iatersoction of tHa
Charleston an<l Memphis Railroad with the g;va(:
trunk rail i t ?i4 flroiu Ncv Orlean:, by which
Lovcll w;u- mov ing E?rtl>. \viU. hie army. It it?
a very important niliot d* itrategic centra?
equally valuable withCorfrtb, while it would>
enable Ik-aum-gard to cfcoitcv and strengthen
his line. Th? region of Grrui function, too, i.'?
more defensive than Coiic.tL,And abounds with
blull's. Hy iho time F8l!3*fc could arrive
there, without-railroad ccn:; &e position would
be well fortil'-ed.
Whether bo romaicr at Crniuth or moves t>
Grand Junction, Met phic ?; elsewhere, ho
mu^t tight. >k?w thatKovOiieann is captured*
and the control of tho v.hoic e? the Mississippi
is in the hands of the Uciou hfcTai force, above
and below, bw has no optu>L but to give battlo*
and tliat very. boob. Hc.JIcclL.if. in biu front, on
hi- left liank is imimp&rsu.Ua river, on his right
is Mitflu'l. while In hie refct ir. the army ot Bus
ier, in pursuit of Levell faom New (Mean#,
with tho fifteen millionr of c^ecie, t. bo by this
time has probably joined tL * camp of U'.'aur*
gard. The terrible Unicn ??uboat? of Farrug'jt
and l'orter ?^ie probf.Lly cou;hii? uj tho Misaie
si]?pi. while those of Foctc- no coming down.
Thus Ltc&wregard is Ltui-od iu on every bid*,
lie must gi*9 battle. If Lc loc<w the figUi, hia
whole army,.bug end br.fgSGC, end the Bpeoie
to boot. wiCLbo captured, a.id noth'ng will be
left for him but to CECup< iu & e'eiff across vhe
Mississippi, and thcnce. bf uxy of Texas, to
Mexico, wlrt-re he mcy tara up a? a gaeriHa
chief, on tho-side cf the cbcic: rarfcy, or o? the
side of anarchy.
Unites Imwmbtekcy n: Co:.anKss. -In pos
ing the resolution ccacriiup Ccjnvmn for em
ploying fNimningr, f.L<l tefu h'.g to censure
Secretary Welles for employ f?|| Morgan, the
Home of l?eprescntathr:? ha*o heen guilty of
the mo?t brazen iccon: ir f^nc-y. Such action
has no parallel in the rTord ; of Congre*;.
Cameron appointed Cwcmh 'ju C3 a government
agent. Secretary Wcllcr.:/,[ oiuloa Moigan ai
a government agent. Ccir.nln/js spent tLe
nionov with which Lc %Ke ci.trofted very fool
Milv, buying linen partrlror.: (..ct yet usod;.
straw lmfs (not yet nrc &), r.iul tv : y ale and
porter (altogether used r.j.V K.? be andoubt.
edly purchased ecmc UG" i: t .1:c1ch. Morgan
spent the go\ ernrm ::t T.ot.C" foolishly, buying
"worn out ships end tnl." t '( " re.v trood .os
f-els. Now, it' Ccncro '. ..f*" .'oug in unlaw
fully appointing Cumiiti. j, - by wa<< n.?t
Welles \\rong*ln unlccii ivpciuting Mor
gan ! Jfe-ides this, Curu:.'j 'ml nothing but
his pickings for hi& psinc,K r.C. l lcrgan had both
hin pickings and his tv c f :\C. -/rceiC per cenUige;
and, if it was wronp for < . " jiv*. ta appoint an
agent without co*pcc?.r was it not
wrong for Wollea to f.y.t' ? cm agent with
compensation? Wc. ..ut the fact that
Welles is still in tLc and may have
other eonlnicts to ?irc c;.' d other a&<;nts to
appoint, while Caccrc:. i , or.t or the Cabinot,
aud ctm no longor conl .O o.fii'-r contracts or
agent', lias a great dcc,I if - j cifcb this incon
sistent action. The. vo(<> ioroIop? another
curious and interesting: 1:.('(.T*ovor, and that
if* that the most vic-lcu "l-wlttonUts ia Uon
gross are contract jc1 b< * v, n ?r d.f?nde>s
of contract jobborc.
Si MN'fcu on Gn.srrvr/;, JL'lsiiC n'lietlr and
securel v in a capital deleted yy Union sol
diers, Senator Sumner inv- ? .utterly again*!
llallroh. Huoll, lIcO'ocl aid Jt'ior Rouonfli
who are fighting out Ir t'c battle fteld the
quarrel lie has done to r..c. t provoke The
motive of this ftttnol" L :;*c ~o<\isal of the
?Western generalo tc uoli'o icaieelves with
negroes and tho negro (y.cvt'.Oi Our generals
mean fighting, and are ^.oilcctly '.1 Hog to al
low Sunmor a perfect riciHpol;' ef the inevi
; table negro he co lovee !:Li t! flVronce be
j twecn ifaheck and Curiae- amjs' to be that
liallcek caroa more for the Uuior. iuan for the
negro, and Sumner ocrcs tzc c Cor the negro
1 than for the Union. Ha!.(C!i na?or Interferes
j with Sumner's negro, tr.d .'in -jhould Sumner
j distress himself atcv.t Mklfc ft
Symptoms or tots End or iei. War.?The end
of the war is erldentlj* rcr.,: at hand. 'Our 4e
mestio troubles will bo ovor, i. Car as military
tactics and bloody battlcc trc concerned, by
July noxt. Yorktowr. rzvny be taken and
Beauregard's amy bagged, &ad fchea the South
will return to the' Union. This speedy con
summation ia all the more welcome because
the seceded S-ates will rotcrn with their do
mestic instil ut-oni nndisturbad and with our
constitution unaltered. Tho radical, Jacobin
abolitionists p*rcelre this, and consequently
they rave wow* than ever, attack our generals,
neglect to pass our Tax bill, Bqubbk* about
confiscation hills, and in ftvorj powiblo way
attempt tcliimler the prcgrces of the war, #n
dm to pot a liftle more time to carry or>* thetf
?t?)>t?aies. It in too late, however. 'the aboli
tion party is dead, and it will- be bnried lit tbe
next election. Tbe men who are ncrtv fighting
oi*r baltle* wii> administer thiy government
wh<-n ?he war is prer. Tbe men wntfaro now
unaviiWug our gonefhU and soldiers f rtl reap
pear no more io pnj-tieal life. They huvecom*
mittetf suicide with their own weapons, and
their present ravines are f?ut tbe las*. hr.^bt
flicker of ftie abolition eanijle
Gn?nrF,?d Gi'Nd Sri kid. ?Poor (Jrcelej
the Tribune h.ive not a w wd'to say in reply t?*
cur e.rj)osi ef tbe jobbery und gnn contracts of
the Tribune and 7YiI/une /.sesociation, a papCT
?nd association of jobber#. Wo fear that ainoc*
Greeley t? gu are spiked be will be obligei
Co arm bin nojp-o brigade with tbose inauut'ao
hired by some sther firm than tie Tribune As
sociation l.'ajjlo dun Manufactory, or clue he
will not be ab V to- bo of any 8<#rvifte to the
K?w Mtileo.
Sr. Lorn, M*rt lMf.
Mr STtefcell, a morctetnl of'*#w Mexico,at*r!re4 Inthto
city ysetorday. He cuHlrms toe abandonment of Santo
Fo by t)ta rebels, who ?i? retreating ?? f?Jt u thejr
could fi-flm t J*? Territory. They ere destitute or#1') ma.
nitioaf.bi*1 provisions, an* !her??te nobopeof t&MrMag
mtpplietffrow any quarter.
At Sao.f i e She rebel* lerlstHiewily on the inootlawl?,
tnaomc cssoe taking m bi^>?>w; jHi^OOO worth of EOOdB,
paying in (toufedorato sorip.
U i ? be! i'red that Oeneral CAaby would now rol*?*r t!M
role'.a und 'Irlv* thorn out of-the territory. NoltuM
exist* of th..-ability of U>e Un'?> troope to keep o-if,V?m
invaders, t * on acc<'.-.8ion o( t wo o? tin ee reglrni ?te of
troops is nercwary to loop the Aparlwa and KavAKw#-U?
subjection. TTley hrwe been r.>"nanmtH1ri(> depredation*
for mnttlli# . stealing horsr and everyt'-JMe
that came in 'b?ir way.
The report of fht formation -???' Territorial gomria
went under rjbet authority has a?fomidailon. AM tbb
Territorial off!rem had returned t > Hftnta Ve ami resume#!
tho pei-ionnan,*of their duties. 'Aiel Justice Henedlw
in on Ills wH. jto the State;,, ttere l.?no UnitedSu1**
Judge uow in 1:4 Territory.
Th? Death erf tlit l<at? Ucrormr ltarre)r('.
?f W l?e?nilr?
Mn.w .inepi, Hav 1,1802
In accordance ,?ii.h tbe proclamai; :?<rf tlio^tiovemoaj
this ilny has be*il?enerally kept iu CM* BUte, with ap
oropriato ub'iervj?C09, in mnraorj of'liwlale Govern**
Harvey, rec*ntly"?4rowued in the " ecu ?*-.?:? rivor. In
lias city a number af buildings wor?*c4?ho(I in uiourn
tag. Bu.iines.a was iu many car.es expended, minut*
guns ware flr?><?, flags display?* At hall' u>aa*
aud services hold :ii? several cliurfcLas. The sorrow to ?
gooeral aud sincer?.
Vriv ale dospatc'Jt* U.Diglit from .Savannah nay that
Governor Harvey's body lias boen recer-ered uad an the
way to Wisconsin.
Lieut. W. W. Thayer, of th^Mlth Mlchl*
?i*ii Volunteers..
HoAnvi'-attTHRS Sixth Mioihc. ?t Raamnwr, >
b , Marcd-30,186-. f
Likct. W. W. TH*y*h}?
My Dkak Sir?No- dim in our regirrs?!. ragretj r<HW
resignation (nor* than I do. your conduct a? an ollioar
ha* bean such durimr tho nine months .a.w hich we have
bear, aseoriatod u>wsirilth in arms a? t* win my coa
Qdonce aud hearty-approbatl' n.
Carry with, you my oaauraiico of tho highest rwpaat
for your ohirictr as a geuDemau ami tiwoitlrer.
fa whatever direetion you may see At to call iata
actton your enargius, l trust your put rii-ecaas will not
doseri yon. K*>L-pw?fuUv. vour*,
Colonel S! ab MtcHnpn rojrimeni.
At a meeting oC the oik-e i< ?r tho above re^imvmt,
field al .ship Ul'tnd on tbo 2sUi of March-last, I.ioutanaat
Colonel <'iarko proaidiug, resolutions wvr? unanimously
adopted regretting that, in oonsaqaoucetef the continued
indi.-| ofi.Uou of W. W.Thayor, <fCom;ianv A, ha
was ibliged to resign, ami that throu;;li his resignation
tboy bad lout xu ab:o, gentlemanly, beloved ana meal
?flu out brother officer.
We are i.idebti*io Lieutenant Thayer for hia kindaeaa
and promptitude ia the delivery of in?3?rt?at newspaper
dc^paUhOn entruued to his care.
City latt'lllgcnre.
ForimOi-.owffED.?Ai< u'lkuowa man, about t wenty five
yearaof ago, *u found drowned at the loot of Baak
street yesterday Deceased was abtat five feet al*
inohea in 1 *i<lU, wan stout bulil, and it-spo<-tably attired
in a ault of black cloth. Coroner Naum ma veal the re
main.* to the dead'house for Identifies tion.
A Cabs hOiyma CuiHrr.uii.v.?Tit* late Captain W. B,
Foster, formerly of tUe steam :hip Mat ion end ? short
tin* before hi* death Acting Master of the United State*,
gunl'oat E. B. Hale, has left an ?ged mothor, a wife aat.
three children, all of wl.om bland g'?a ty in need efea
Mstaace t orn, th- ciiaritably di jK-.ed public. Mrs,
Fester aud her children are sit'iateil in a peculiarly dia
trowing Kianner, and we are continent that were the par
ticulars of tli?lr cape kn-rru to those having m.-sM ak
tl sir disfx sat, they would receive tweedy aid. Any suh>
?C'iptlOhS for this alltKted family imi be left ai the oftic*
'?f the llwnr.1. SpolTord, Tileiton 4; Cu., ai? Uroadway.
\jcii ?, oi Wovmmn Holms".* kkom V'orktown.?(>a%
hr.adred sod fifteen woutidod Vermont eoldiors, Irona
V'-rktuwa, arrived in this city yesterday afternoon, bp
the s*j auK-r Richard Willlug fr rj I'hitadeiphia, undar
(I'Q special oha-ge of tiuartormainer General Georx*
lMvis, of Vermont. The aoldiers represent that th?y
wra a'r.T>-t killed by the !rlndn?.i> of the I'liila'l^lphiana,
who made voluntary ofleringr of oyster.*, 4c. Dr.
L. M. Tuttle. of the Sixth l'tiil*<l States infantry, and Dr.
GeiTgi IV. hrar.e.nf Urooklyn, \rere the pDysinans ta
cluirgn of the wowndod, and paid the greatest care aad
atteiitioa to Uiou com.ort. Some of tho Vermonter*
were <aken to the New Knglan l lli>apttal for Attaii<t?au*,
but oth ir.- are to bu . t-nv-yfd to Troy,*' iat they will
to uaat er their native Slat* of Vermont.
Tut Worvrao Vantorr 3*^luier^- -Cowaoi ox ?W*
were fcalle-l upon laat evening by a deputation froca ths
Now Kng'-tnd Soldier's lUlief Ass'? iatioa, and raipieated
t> e?utradict tho statement which appeared in gereral of
theaftern on newspapers, relative to the ill treatm-nt of
the wottnd*d \>i'mont sol'lieri, while on their way hoa*
from Tortrcss Mouroe. It la d*nie<l in the emphatta
n. inner that tho troops were treated w ilk ne ;le,.l or ia
dilforenre. On the c ontrary, we are aaaurod thatQiiar
terina.ter l>a\ is ami hia oflker* did everything in their
tower for the comfort ?n'l convenience ? f the wu inded;
and that there was no foundation whatever for th - cjm?
pi lint of t' a "bone/olent gentleman" fr- at Phil ?ff?!phia,
whose letter Mr. DcgtefA. llawkini was so th ?ugbiless
us to p'jblUh.
Vaba.h oi I'UI S':v?Nrv ? ,it-T ItaitwiM-.?The Seventy,
first reglmaitt N'iW York Stat* Militia wifl parade in full
f;.t,igue unlTorm on MonJay,for thepuri>ose of coop*,
rating with the city a 'thoi Itiea'in ii*dii:ating th' a*y! >m
fi>r the Aiok and wounded soldierg i-rert"'! at tlv>corner
of la* mt;ton avenue and Fifty flr^tetri at. Itis??rp tiy
b .ped thnt on thi? occasion t?i- Seventj -Ur?t will make
ai fliia an i'ppcarauce as possil'H, and that th.- rauica will
l?e well fll!od.
-A /OltBg man n.\:n?d Ralph Church commu
te 1 suicide al ihe Now England Ilotcl, 80 Eowery, last
ov ring, n short time after hid arrival. TheCormor
Ut;a an inquoit, ami the Jury failed to ferret out th*
oauso ol 'hi rash aot.
KORtv Vi a).s ih pRifOK.?Charles Douglass, ng*g
-evenly one yearg, was sent to the l**nltentiary jrester
da> for stealing inmo clothing from the Globe Hotel. Th*
prisoner Ksn old olTeniier, and is said to have served for.
tj ysart in prifon.
QorRT.ui.K a Co.vcBhta.?1 he conceit ai N'iblo's .-'al^oa
1*11 evening was, If possible, better attendod than any
of the preceding ones. 'Ih* saloon we" filled with a fash
lontble and appreciative audience. Mr. Oottschalk play
od In the same brilliant style that hax characterised hia
previous concerts,each piece being deservedly encored,
and responded to by a gera not meatloaed in th* pre
gramme. la cotuiequence of the unexpected ai>?ene* of
Mr. Sandersoa, to prevent disappointment, Signor M ine,
tha conductor, took his plucj* In the p*rfo< inauoe of the
"Ropond's mol Danza," which ta arranged ror four
hands, and is generally played by the formor geutleinan
and Mr. Oottachalk. Although unprepared for tlio and
dan call, Mr. Muzlo obtained a rapturous enaore. 8ign"?
Tomboai was la *x?ellent veic*,and oa on* <*c*sio? a mg
with great atTeot , aa an encore, the well known melody
from Verdl'a " Hlgoletto.'* flignor Mur.io a!*o intra
duced, for the first tim*, a sw**tly pretty p!? e of mnai*
?nMUed " I.'Amour Polka," composed l>y lilmsolf The
affkat of th* composition was greatly liel^hieued by the
obarmlng manner with whloh It wns sung bf Mli? t'er
lotlaPatll, whoH axeoutlen of the trills, rune and 'toe
tain passages gained for her a atosl rapturous applttiae.
Blgaor Farti was not la as good vole* as usual, i'it other
wise performed hia part lahis well kno* n skilful manner
Banirta's Nati'inai. Doo Bauw.?l araum'e late ? im>???
ty?the d'<g show?will come off al the Muteem on Mon
day, May l'i, and wl" continue during the week Upward*
or 12,000 will be paid for tha best speciaio ,* of kbe ranm*
rare so that the aihlbltion of bloedhnnnda, *paeieta,
ten t'era, beagles, aelten, t>ul)4oga, Ami , aaiu ot Tall le i?
rjutte vctaroat ng

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