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f XHfi HAILS 07 THE ARABIA. HUB PASTS COREE8POHDEUCE. Rufeia Said te be About Co Offer rdodlalion In America. Napoleon Likely to Disavow Almonte. m tperhes of Mr. Disraeli and Lord Palinmton on tne Position of CaMdtt. THE CAUSE OF THE OHLEIXS PRISCES, &C., &C.J to. mails of tho Aubu renege! this city from Boston jroster.'-.iy 'evening "ur European files ft *o dated to the Mih of Jely, and c & ? the following inieretuing details af the r?U telo^roi liio summary of tho news i- Jbliihed Ik lira Has jm on Wedue* lay morning A k iier frem Frankiort, of July 20, In the London frroAJ, says:? S tic . :h? times of general commotlors and convulsion* to 1S4H there h:is never bt~n n pofulur demonstration o* tbe iiui'ort'inct' :md polmral tnoai ing like ibis lirst Ger* man uatiouul festival of nil Shooters' Guilds of tbe tier* MB tribes and partis. Tho demonstration is at once llrikpractical, loyal, and cuttingly demonstrative tgaiu.-t Prussia, with her obstinate hubbv of reorganizing iter army inte a i'retorian menace against tho nation. Ibe festivities aro b adud by tho most popular sovereign -f Qem^ny, and coiintenaceod even by Austria and other aove> eign>> of a liberal and auti-Prusslan turn. Even tbe get man Diet, the most unpopular institution in Germany, boistcd ovor the ?alace in the " Escfasnheimer >' a powerful blaclc-red-goM flag Of Germaa unity la 1 of the great national meeting. In the House of Commons, on the Mtfe ef July, daring ? debate on the Poor Law Uhlons Belief biM, Mr. Henley ?beerved his honorable friend near blm had stated truly ?bat lb present crisis had arisen from what was justly (?merited as tbe horrid war la America ; but they must act shut their eyes to the fact that a similar crisis mlgh^ ?rise from a horrid war with America. The present state ?f things in our vast manufacturing districts showed how aaaily events over which we eould exercise no controj afcht ulunge us from the height of prosperity in. an abyss ef distress, which could not be regarded without pain and 4ireiay. A leuer from Paris, of the 24th of July, ia the Lon don Mm say* The official list of the casualties in llexico shora that 1,200 men Have fallen vlctimc either to sickness or to the bullet? or the enemy. General Forey, who Mte oat at tV' < ;nt of tho week, Iiu.~ been recommended to "march rapidly" and to "striko hard" when he gets out to Mexico. Thu return from the Bank of England for tho week end ing tbe Sflrt of July gives the following results when com pared with tho previous week:? Best ?3,25ft,4T9 Increase-.. ?13.680 P"Wicdeposits 5,2j)1,Z13 Increase.... 87,8?3 OUior deposits 17.202,923 Increase.... 120,268 Ci the ther aide of the account:? Government socuritiws.?10.96-J.87i) No change. Otb'.r securities lii.681 W2 Decrease...?310,86T J..tee n&umployed..... 9,662,160 Increase.... 652,108 Ti'.o amount jf notes In circulation is ?22;203,066, being ? decrease of ?166,335, and the stock of bullion in both departments is ?18,000,617, showing an increase of ?$S ),'-7 when compared with the preceding return. Our Paris Correspondence. Pans, July 26,1862, ?5k? La'fit "Mtdiciicn" Pi eject?Jiutsia to Propose Its Gvd (flu a?The Southern Emiaariei?Stiicid' of a ft.iliii'clpJiian? Admiral de Ja Graviere?TKe rritMU CMIdc and Hrr Baby?Mivcr Item* ?<Ju.in ilco-'h, rfc. Tho latest mediation rumor?one which has obtained considerable credence in woll informed circles here, and which I should be Inclined to pla<e some confldcnce in were >t not for the fact that the Paris correspondent of CLe Indefcn'ars-t Beige (which, of all other European Journals, has usually been the blindest and most unre liable upon American affairs) says it is true?is that the Cabinet of Russia has proposed to France and England to make an offer of ?edlaiion to the government of the Cnitod States. The ?utter was arranged, it is said, when M. Thouvenel went to England; and, having been accjpfed by the English Ministry, M. Thouvenel, immediately upon his return to Trance, proceeded to Vichy, where*the Emperor gave his assent also. The proposition i? ?aid to be simply that Ru-na thaK make to our government ar.d that of the rebels an offer of mediation upon tho principle of a cessv Bon of bor ilitlea, and a subpequcat compromise of soms dcsrriptlon, which will be the means cf putting an end t? the war. If this be accepted, France end England wil' remain as mare lookers on while matters are being ar ranged; tot if it is bot, then within a month afterward Russu will rothe, and m active armed intervention on the part of Fraors and England ensue. &crh is the story, wbkh, as I say, had obtained here a good deal of f?ith. I', is positive that negotiations be. Iweer. the three governments have been in progress for the purpose of inducing Russia, standing in the position of a very fri*udly Po'.ver, to offer aervlres which It is wall kx"; -*a would never be recolved from cither England ar Praaee. You wUl douWleas bear mors of (bis by tho ??xt :ah11. The two emissaries -ho were s?nl by Blidall to Tlc'uy Immediately after tl.c recapttse of the r.ews of the battle ho:ore Richmond hare returned to Paris, and it is re ported that they Lad an interview with his Majesty, in irfckh they urged upon him the propriety of im Mediately r?cogn.r.i?g the independence of the South, but that t*>ey received ne positive answer from the reticent ?overt -n. Remi ts cam# this morning that the Emperor Bay Lave anntuor little job In hand nearer houe than the United State*, which, w.th his Mexican project, may oc Sir.y his attent. u sufficiently to indue* him to give up b s ld?- of Interfering with ns. The reckless spirited. Imp* .-nt Car>b?ld is, it is now stated, preparing fer ua invasion of the Roma* States, with six thousand men, and it is very certain that yesterday four vessels w?. e ?tt?1 out in hot haste at Toulon to proceed to Clrita Vecchla. If Garibaldi one* iighta the torch of revolution In Italy the European monarch* wi.l ere long have enough to do to keep down thetr own people, and their atteutien will be for wme time distracted from their benevoloat latent: na to put tn end to our "fratricidal struggle." A terrible affair occurred here last wee* which threw ? gkvim over and ir.ade considerable excitement among Ilia imeric n cmmuuiiy of Pm is Lsst Sunday morn' I I ih" body of James M. Banners, from Philadelphia?cf srht. h My,! have heard It said, he was ai oae time Chief E ,,M-er?war found Q <atlng a> the Seles, dead, sad with hie Ihri at out from ear to ear. Banners, whe came to Ei.rope about six months rgo had recently returned from a trip through Spain, and was making his arrangements K> return to the United States in tho eariy pai t ?f aext moi.th. About two weeks ago h* begu to ?ho ? signs of mental aberration, aad tojse of his friends remained oorsiantly with blm, the physician considering it a mere icinpoia y matter. A week ago lust WTedne* ?*y ii? i >rf, being In hi* own roan, whore a frlei 'I was ?1e*fiagwttli . m,nte m the night and inflicted thre* waunda upon himself witli apenVnife?tw* In the iteek and on.; up n ti.e breaat. Ills ?. -rr.paulon immediately rati for a pliys ian,who pronounced the wound* i.et at all donK"ro'is. although those upon the iitdt were in the tamed ta.e vU inity if the jugular vein. Being plastered up, Heaters w >* out tl>? next dny. and teemed to be get ting bt't tor an<i ssor* checrful, wbsn, oa .Saturday nmrr. lug last, he it.-i .Sj d to elude tl'e vlgilanoe of Ills as^ocintos, and, eicaptnK from tl.em, It k-ciui ?urcliS?ed a valr of rasor* and started for Ihe r 14 de Doalogoe. ITeni he A->'nidown to the edse of the river, j r I b*ynnd the r* o tr.irk ?n(i, taking off his hat, |?,acod i It Ii Is wit< k. Stud* und neckt ? a >d a wte so on ale, con'.an ug a htin'liod aid wv?aty fraaus ail ef wH' li' we. o I'-und ?n the bank, w tei? be raa-1 bav* cal hif tbicat and t ken leai?ed or fallen mte mwitm Hie body was found oa MMitf evening, bui was aot reeog ?is 'd by bis Inenda un:il Tuesday. Yesterday u* wa* b'.irnHl tiimpornxiiy. to th't his IVlends In Philadelphia c.m r more the l>y h< oie for bur;'I In the cb^o ?< e cf Mr. Blgelow, 'h'j Vio* Consul, \Ir. Brooks to<ik ch<irgn f tii# matter, and ais? i< oa P<*re?*io* of the cfl'octs or the fci'?a-cil. llennei s was ? man about forty years of age, Md ?-i? fori rly engegad In uie glass b.isines* ia Plnla acliiti a. whi ue ii a a brother. Admiral <>n liCravien at last got effin the Normandle, f'nni (h?ri urg. on Wedaostay 'leneral Porey, it is now i^ald, will R>n?w for Vera Cros In the early |w: i of next m'>,itb. The apimintmsnt of Goueral Con sha t / iheHpariftit erabteey in I'ana is s;ippoeed to ludl aate a return, in le.-.iog it ieast, of the Mlance between Iraaco ami ^paiu, aa lietb Uon. <>ecchs aii'l his brother te?k d?el'le4 grouads against the ar proval wM< h tke t|i4nlsh goveratnvnt ss*e ?? the action of Oea. Prim. The hblletlns announce 'hat the Princes* ClolliJe and Per young baby sre "all serene * The youth I* laid to rstevible Ms father and bis graiifatiier, He tar Emanuel. He is to be baptu*4 In Octo ber, a id the King of Italy and the Empress 1 uganie are to bo his sponsors, lit" f' n.iir eomlng to Par is to be .*tual'y >iresoh? at lie f?r?uio;iy, unhss, indeH. Gsri boldi's rnab actions should require the King's preeenee la hie own dominions. Tho Km press corner) iu aim. i-i aaiiy from 3t tuo'ij, and reuiMue an hour or two wttft tbe Princess. Now that the Kmp. ror is awajr, the Oouuten Ifoutijo, tbe mother uf the Km press, whose presence bis willnc.nr endure, has cuuie to Paris to pay a visa to her unpen*! daughter. La:iiarU.it), who has been for the lax* four or Ave y?a-s endeavoru.g to get out of debt* by getiwg up subscriptions for bis works, lias given np that nope, and has reported to ? tottery, which has b??o authorized by the Mm later of State, and in which prizes to the amount of a millioiKof franca are offered. the tickets being sold at Ove sous each. Horace Venet i eturned a few days since from Hyerss, where hu has beon guy lug for scne months. Vernet was born In 17*9 an J )s consequently seventy three years old, but iu as young and active as must meti of ilfty. Ttie Hotel de la Haix tils up slowly, the prices being so enormous that the travelling public oax.not pay them. Last week trie Imperial Court confirmed the judgment by which Muhler, the proprietor of a small hotel in the rue de la Fate, asd known for many years as the "Hotel de Is ran," enjoined the new company agairst making u?e of his name. Ho demand* Ove hundred tbousSM francs to reliui|uisn It, but it Is said that a compromise is in progress Edwin 1 tooth, Kb<j., leaves here next week for England, and Bails or the United States on the 16th of August, his engagement at tho Winter Garden commencing early la September. England'* Relations to Caitd*. THE D1 MAI B ON THB DSFBiCKS OF TIDE UOLONV. In tho Ho se oi Commons., on the 26th uf July, Mr. Pmiuuj bald?1 cannot contemplate wi h the same feel lug as the Secretary of State a separation taking place be tween this countiy and Canada. 1 think ituit a grrat ittv pire, /trwiJeit cn miuiU pntuiplet of JreeU ut aiM equably, u cu conducive to the spirit and pou.tr of the community, and J-t valuable as ammtreial protptrily vr military furct\ an *, i herctore, J should be very sorry under the present ctrcnmstunces, after all that h?s occuried, to suppose that the connect to j between '.ho mother country aud this im portant colony should end. (Hear, hear.; The resourcea of Canada are greet and various. It hat had tho advan tage of having been coloured during a numlxi of cen turies by two of the most distinguished nations of Europe. Canada is, in fact, a rotlex of those two powerful races, dillering in their manners and even in their religious opinions; and has many of those diverse ele ments, which tend to chango mere colonial into a national character. (Hear,hear.) 1 do not think that the importance of Canada can be overstated, but, unfortu nately, we leel every day more and more that the rela tions between the mother country and those colonies in which what we call seir-govorament has been established are not altogether of a saticfactory|[uiture. That self government was for a long time so obstinately refused by the mother country, and in the end so precipitately conceded, that, I will n?t say the terms, but the prin ciple on which the new relations between the mother country and the colonies hereafter should be regulated were never sufficiently examined and matured. (Hear, hear.) There were two principles on which the new connection might have been established,and which cosld not have been contested at the time when that self government was formed and sanctioned, one was. that every colony should adapt reasonable measures of self defence, and the other, that there should be between the colony and the mother oountry free commercial in. tercourse. (Hear, hear.) I do not believe that at ths time either of those principles would hare been contro verted, or refused by any colonies belonging to the British crown. It is lmpoesiblo to deay that the feeble ness with which this great boon was conceded by Eng land has brought about a very unsatisfactory state of re lations between this country and those colonies to which self government was granted, and this Is especially re markable in the case tpf Canada, from its great and preponderating Importance; but I do not very well perceive how we csfi suddenly and hastily adopt a remedy for these evils. They are in a great degree the creation of our rashness and careleestiess, ana we must trust in the en bo ef Canada, as well as Id the cam of other colonies similarly situated, to the spirit and sense of tbe inhabitants, and in a great degree to the cha racter, talents andresources of Uie governors whom we send out It Is tlio greatest orror in the world to suppose that because thoee communities are in possession of tbe inestimable blessing of scli goverumont their destiny V ill nut be greatly aad most cultanuxgeoutly influenced by mm of eminence sent by the utotUr country to prttide over and rtgulau their ajiairt; and at no time in the history of thia empire ou^ht the appointment of individuals to great colonial poets to have been watched wiih more jealousy and scrutinized with moro vigilance by Parliament than at this period, when there has been conceded to these colonial communities the power of self-government, la respect to ( anada.I trust to the influences I liave advert, ed to?I trust te the sense and to the spirit of the rntabi tants, and to the abilities of those men whom her Ma jesty may be recommondod to send out as governors. I protest against the discussion, on occasions like the pre sent. of Canadian politics. When 1 understand that the Parliament of Canada has come to a certain resolution, I accept it as the resolution of the Parliament and people of Canada; and I protest against any cne rising In this House and telling mo that, from secret information, he is cognizant of the reason why a certain vote has teen carried. I And it difficult, in re *pect to divisions la this House, to trace on all occasions the causes which influence them; and, therefore, I Lhn.lt that It would be moro respectful to the Canadians for us tt. assume tha* the vote of their Parliament is one which represents generally the opinion of the Parliament of Canada, and of tbe people, by whom It was elected. Tbe Secretary of State contemplates the possibility?and more tli&u possibility, for hd informs?us thutt und&r certain circumstances, it would bo matter of congratulation?of the severance of the tie between tbe mother country and Canada, and says that we oJfcht to.be very careful in training the Canadians before the connection terminates ?o that they maybe able te go by themselves, and not fall into the bands of any vigilant neighbor watching for an opportunity o< appropriating and absorbing them. But what 1 think to be the limit of the government in this particular case is that they have not been thoughtful on this subject of training the Cana. dlans. On the contrary, It appears to me that they have not trusted te the resources and enorgles of the Cana *'"?? bufhave ralAer unnecessarily anticipated duties which the Canadians were probably ready to perform themselves Tbe Secretary of State, iu placing the caso before the House .has made a very great omission In bis statement. Ho sjiid that we must go back to lest Christ mas. that before last Christmas military interference on the part of the mother country was an unusual state of affairs. but that at the end of toe yoat and at the com mci.cemeat of tbe next vsry imported events occurred, and. sahl the Secretary of Bute, we were obliged to act and we acted on what we considered a considerable scale. We believe that we received the section of Parliament a: dthe country,and it is a policy whieh we are pre j.ared to uphold. I myself do not, and did not, when Par I lament met, queetlon the propriety of the course which the government took after the affair of tbe Trent. It ap peal ed to me that throughout that business the govern incnt of this oountry conducted thtmsalves with reierence to the government of the Inlted States in a wise digni aed and manly way, and that the measures adopted were perfectly just.fled by the circumstances, (hear, hoar ) But the Secretary of State made a great mistake when lie told us that It was only from last Christmas the com mencement of the present state of affairs was to be dated He .urgets that in June last year we suddenly sent a considerate force to Canada?some 3.000 meu una I took an opportunity of making some observations to tho Hou'e on the subject, and to express my doubts as to tho policy of that hurried interference In the a.Tnrs of Cana ca. No doubt the state cf the other hemisphere wna troubled at that time; but nothing like*he affair of the Treat had happened in June. No doub\ that the Cana* dians, being very th?wd ami spirit pen, werosuffl ciently conscious of the condition of their nAare^ neigh bor; and the turbulence and disquiet prevailing in the territories of that neighbor were sufficient to alarm them. At that tlmo, I believe, they were ready to take, and woulj have taken, any steps calculated to guard and maintain their liulefeiiuence. But what did tb? government do vhcuf In June they suddenly sent afire# ol 3.000 men to Canada That Was a considerable act; and yet though Uie force as a reinforcement for the garr.sons was large, it wis as'a mi'otary expedition, not o? a comioandicg magnitude It was not sufflc.ent to defend the frontier of C?i da. and it was net wanted to increase the garrisons, becnufo they wero at the compiemeut flwd by the Secretary of Mate for the e domes ef the present government. 1 do not like to quote any observations I havo made In the House, but I w lsb on the present occasion to refer to some that fell from me In June last year. I then gave credit to the t<iuaduns for being a numerous and a gallant people. I saidI that, looking to the state of America, I could not doubt that they would take s.ict steps as the emergencv required. I proceeded to make these oheervstlor s ?"On the other hand, I should say that, taking this early opp:rtunity of letting the people of-t annda know that we are prepared to assume the monopoly of defending tl*m It ratber calculated to damr>en their ardor, and make them feel that it is not their business te protect their hearths and homes sad national honor ; and that tbey may pcrsu* their profitable callings without coming forward In an exigency of this kind " I n"W ask whether that has hot beeu the effect pro. duced ; and whether the eliding out of these 8 000 trr<0M did sot at once dam f en tbe ardor of 'the Cai wines and stop any attempt < n their rart to take masures to protect themselves? It may easily he con ceived when the affair of ike Trent occurred, and when a considerable foreo was pent from Kiigi*n? to Can; da that ?incor tl.e-e circumstances tbe colonists wero <<l?d to throw themselves under the wgis ot the mother country but, If at the pisvlous period, when tho circumstance* ol America, tl.ogli troubled and menacing, had vet nothing In them of a character threatening to s:rn at tho Indepen dence ef i .inada the government had called the auentlcs of ihe Canadian Parliament to the state of affairs in con nect k>n with the question of dtfer.ee, there would have I eon found no dlfUuity en the subject. (Hc.<r ) When tho aftkir of tbe Trent occurred six months afterwards and when a force was very properly sent out from th e country, it would then have been se*n that the Canadians had laid some foundation of valid defense in preparing an evident force of militia, which might have beeu further dev? !<?i>ed under iho encouragement of the arrival r| troops frotn f t gist.d,and weshculd have found tho gener.1 means of the defence of Canada te be adequate. (Hcai.hear.) That was a part of the policy of the government of wbi;h at the time I questioned the propriety .juid whicii experi er.c? has convinced me was as orror. The sending 3 (,00 m?ii to Canada, ss ws? done In the Juno of last year was I think, tn some extent an Intimation to the colon sU that we were procured to undertake a monopoly of iheirde reuce. it damped thnr ardor, and has teti'iad, in my opinion, gr'atly to tho unfortunate state of thu gs wnich now prevails In that qnarler. Tlie right honorable gentle man tho secretary U<r tbe Home Iiepartment, I there fore oODteud, committed a g; e .t error, snd was gr>||?y of Ml*'"o0^M"J,''ilu,.n"1 r*f*rrin? 'o the transmission of <b* Juao oflast year ;.,,d in taking Oinstmas as the data at wlilcb the extraordl ?erM slllon of aflklrs In tho eolony with r.sp" t*o fr ?,'l,n,!I1, la0/wm^2'?''?"nl' M r,fht honorable fr.sod near me (Mr. Addsrly) koow*. by any m?an* avree with I'ini in ail iho eonciuslone upon iwler ial fioerir.ns ?? *1"' "? '? ^ arrived. Hs ha., however, I think d ne good Mrvlce ln bringtr g ferward thfk subject to ninlit In a spes< h which I may b* f^rmitted to say wa? ru ?? of v?r? considerable.bll.tf i/i, ? m.bjwl whTc? exTnesthi puhlio mlinl "f thecoaiiiry, wblrb it is but rmh' .houhi be Mllfhtened It as m,i,h as ^TbK' For my^ l'*?l II. *r^J"* colom.il empirs but< that I foel can be dene only < a prlneii/es at free?loin and equality. (He?r hear ) If In oldon days thai euip.re wwi endangered bemuse of a sense Of pr,,ri. sion <>r? the pert of the colonies, it will in our day a Mo be endangered If, oo the part '4 the mother country, ? scnM of uufatriMfe with regard to hi r ccnnectiea with her Je pundencim should prevail. Wo must nut, however^uso the wurdtf'depeudei>?:ca" any Matter. We ahould link upon llxse eomniuMt. e aa a portion of a great empire.a | whoee prosperity and honor wo ar? all alike interest.!. Id that view or the case I took upon the colonial empire ?t England a* being eminently conducive to her strength. The aii'uut of the advantage which aha derives from it cannot be measured by pouuds. shiftinga and pence, by 1 commercial profits, ur even by the military force with which at a moment of emergency our ookmlal connection might luruiah ua 1 feel at the same time persuaded that the very fact that we belong to ft great empire, foi mlidon those principles of freedom and equality which are neceemrj for the prosperity of such an empire, is in tisel? ft source of strength to England, by rc.uH n of the elevation which it gives to the cbarac tuts of our fellow subjects? (bear, hear)?while Hindu ences the oouneila of Europe and the coarse of human events. (Hear.) Nor do I despair that the uoaatlaraotory state of things prevailing in Canada at the present mo ment, so far us the relations berween her and the mother oouutrjr are concerned, will be modiiled and improved before i?.ng. When wo .ire told, as we have been told to. eight, thut the Canadian Parliament does not rij ivsent the opinions of the colonists, there is, I cannot L>?ip !oel> ing, a remedy for ft circumstance so disagreeable, and means by which the views of the country way be duly ascertained. 1 will not,however,advert to thai point, more particularly because I should In doing so bo guilty of the err r which 1 have deemed it my duty to criticise? tbftt of mU:ng ourselves up with questions of merely Weal policy. 1 would simply repeat that I think.the pre sent disagreeable state of affairs in Canada ha.-; boen mainly occasioned by the Bonding out there of 3,000 troupe In the month of June of U-st year?a rr.ta.-j re which at the timo I deprecated; while I weald exproes a hope that allairs in the colony may Boea wear a mure satisfactory aspect. (H.ar, hear.) LORD FALXBKSTON'S BKPLT. When Mr. Disraeli had concluded, Lord PAUtXHsro* rose and said.?1 agree rather with the riyht honorable gentleman who has just spoken than with tUo right ouorable gentleman the member for North Stallordahire in the view which he taken with respect to the connoctlon suOei.-iiQg between tho mother country and iier colonial de]x-ndonciu>. With the former, I quite conour In think ing that we should look upon our colonies as part and parcel of the British empire. (Hear, hear.) Our fellow subject.-! when they remove from tills country do not ceaae to be our fellow subjects; their spirit la tho same ae ours: their interests should be oar interests: we should be each to ene another a source of mutual honor and mutual strength. (Hear, bear.) 1 also quite conour with the right honorable gentleman In wishing that the day may; be far distant when, from various causes, those great communities may deem It to be their Interest to separate from us, because I do not think such'a course would conduce to their benefit, while I feel assured it would not tend to the advantage ef the mother coun try. The connoctlon between us, however, as was Justly stated by the right honorable gentleman, can bo maintained only by the sidoptioa of ft policy which will leave the colonlea free to regulate their own aflati s, bind ing tbem to the mother country by links of mutual inte rest, and allowing the exercise of peafegaftiedom in matters In which the one or the other happenpo be more particularly concerned. 1 regret very mucJzthfttyOwing to circumstancca which it appears will hapun In coun tries possessing free Institutions, local queeuidBs have re sulted in the. refusal on thelMrtof the'Caaadlan Legis lature to make adequate provision for the defence "of- tha colouy. Generally speaking, It may be said that we are proud of the conduct and*fiearing of our Canadian fellow Subjects; but on the preseat occasion 1 certainly 1 eel no such sentiment. It Is, I think, but little to their credit that they should allow party considerationa to exercise such an Influence over them *a to cause them to refuse to make manly provision for their defence in case of need. (Hear,khear.) I cannot, at the same time, concur with the right honorable gentleman opposite In ascribing that result to the measure which we took in the summer of last year, in sending out 3,000 men to Canada; nor can I agree with him in regard ing that step as an indication on our part that the mother countrv meant to undertake a monopoly of the defenco of ^d looki^ tothe position of the United Statu, ami to*t civil war which had hiken out in tnai quarter, 1D.?"? ct?? war. wor precaution In sending V.gw-aiijK Although there might be no .ppr^u oacf iiwM4*? Sm&Hlii iss-SssplI mmsMM motherwhSStTK*^ eno?moua force to protect ua, ^viS?ffio ?t forth all bor energle.ror our ^t*ton'L>dT5tm force be not .ufflotent lor the pur Wi we fwllgburedshe wUl take to beraelf a monopoly of^our defcnce and eend tddltioa^l troop? to our *JjJ n? com, mil m?M, i? u? SKEtuEJ srs? w=r^?U;j I s^SriaSiSSfens Xt'rSl ^e^yar'^v.d by the right honor a.ble erottonsn, the House and the country at large. I w? gSSlKi from the right honorable r#?TM?tit>?n ot that approval, wnile l ainer irom h&.ltoK. tn thinking that we "t^ndtetowily In .. ?v* ?ua o ooo xneu to whoni b# advoried, well JTitlS. opli.il-" ??? tt?t stfp M SrewSS&'H'aJss gffas'wiis'ssiffiss t? sms SirJi ^V^?'rSSf.*'3; ^ ?rn! lrfi^V WOCllC gttttiflOnS Ot the UUtURiU by A l&fg# Kt wlnrtSSiwero Induced to tup .^ we lS^. ir. the course of thla fumm.r,te J**' ^' ?.#rBl)ie number to tho troop* already tht re, "'2 ,h^ rlr 11 7-v* ui.ncces.-ary for them to Ulce s 22?s* -M ai^"i2tr?a t ft / in them to make for their "own defence, which rate to which they ^te g^od |hBl ,t r0Bls with thein to t*em aa we n,*"d ^ arc if they choows. to initnd txthrr to rtca i ine wj ? . but bcIjcre that a ht^'uiT fac Uoua conflict which ha* taken piace in Ca r,rJo er ^\? rt tlUi in tht mfUUhm** tf *? "f*i^ n( '' -'r?- permanent, the apirlt of the people wiu'w?th^r repreeentatlvea to make more aniplc.more itLSftory and ...ore wcrthyproTl.vonftr he defence of their country in case "f d inger, ((.hecra.) Tk( orlcasa P*lnce? ai American OPi#*!. THKIRHEn-Mi TO AND FFTENDS If ?locate well wlahere eoin j ? ^ lUo,# of ^^factlon Befks^ssssjb Es^JSfeasc ?"'? "JJ.KM W fr'SSbl?"nfflSlir ? HwSHj&wsta'wtf rs SSSS>S| Fr vs-4 "Wa^^rs s"*r. ?,"/v V""??j V'rriu u rr'de ce It u W* ? cut hv>d, that a eioqn ."? ??>? , . . , , (,r 14 a ,)f,t vary durable ao eusatloB H'. i *J?'*e-e not u.micr.c.;u by pure MiUnhneee ?n ? iiblr.B a ht?h flace to the kov< .nmetit nf July, \1. ,||| (-anslderatiooa M us to ih<> lenthneut. other in bilrwoTed hlmxeir in the art..of + we ^ .hat b. I.kI hl.i pr*cur?or in tb<! entcrprUe Ft WtalnfftKnlly. TheV we>u the first to turn th* ittoi.ti. n "ftraixc tb* ?ynrri- ,?*; do*Hlop!,"!oP # v i ?t*i4fti tcsources. Coui4nribtdt how?ver^ ?? to to* praM duo to the-o undertakings it la SL?i .-iallowed up in the natural ?.lmirfttlo? with which we r?g?fd th-? canatitutteoal character of I>jul? 1 Vhrhooe'a ra?n. Tba paritari.enWry prtn, ip'a Mome.l at ni^etoUve t?k?ii a llrm-r hold *f public opinion tn I', ban done before or baa don. .ut-a^uenlly. ?a^ tbia reault wa attributed mainly ta t(,a ai. ltty ?ud n'od?ratl''n of the re.,rn,ng lamily A polit ical pbtloao . . i v? tiaTncooeville a *taie?man, orator aart da l>?tarhk* Oulzt, were a- much tb^ ornrmeiit* of T.i 'ifb m they wer? of Vrench mititutloni. Io tb^aa f.awa. | which were founded on true Slate policy, wo added per l sonai predilection. lb?* u*ar r? latiouchlH^lt. which K ing Leopold ?tood to both Uw tiigliib md Kreoth crowns in du<ed us to Mr, almost without argument that the re lattves of hit Queen in Franco participated in the en lightened ideas which inspired his kinsmen In England and also himself In Belgium. II was not, thetefcre, without concern that we received thu intelligence th.it the Count of Paris and bis brother had joined the federal army in America; it iS'With far greater pleasure that we near that they have now quitted it. Henry of Orleaas, the l)uc d'Aumale, was reported in the first instance to have approved of the atop taken by bia youthful nephews, we can hardly imagine thi* a Prince of generally recognized ability and sagacity can havo failed to havo seen by tlil^Tnoe the Impolicy of tuch a course. Beyond question the army is the school for young princes, bu. then it must he an army which is not open to exception. In the federal host an army of this character? We pass ever the obvious fact that in civil wars fo'olgu ?olunteers, as a rule, do more harm than good to the cause which they espouse. ITiuce Kupert, although one of tbe most brilliant ca ?airy offlcers of his period, raid iu a still higher d*nre? his brother Maurice were, In reality, worse thnii a dead weight upon tbe side of their uncle. Kin? Charles 1.; their foreign extraction saoro than counterpoised their relationship to the Crown of England, t'/ance enUrtainn, we btiuve, yraty much the tame sentiti-rtt, so that publio opinion there is net likely to be cnncliifted by any mili tary prowess, how ever remarkable, !f displayed in a civil war. * ? ? ? ? We oipccted to behold in tfc m r rinces as full of valor as of royal blood. Nor have we been deceived in this expectation, aj. In the lair disastrous battles, they ex hibited qualities worthy of tho descendants oi Henry IV., aid they emulated the hMU and galUn'ry whlcu nr.t obtained a name lor their graudiuther in the memorable campaign of Dumourier. let they would have acted shortsightedly had they striven for fresh laurels in a barren and ungrateful contest. TliO fate of Lamorioiere, an ofEcor who enjoyed a reputation etcond to tK.t of no ono in thu French army, is u. itself a pregnant example to military aspirants. It is better that the Couut 011'aris and tho Due d? Char iron should havo shown the j"-oinise only of young Mar colli 3 than that they should attain in a oivil war the renown of his more illustrious namesake. The Orleans title is strictly parliamentary. In lighting for federalism they wero waging war Against constitutional prlitciplo. It this be denied, and we ourselves considered prejudiced Judges in the nv'.ter, let these who gainsay our opinion refer to tue authority of Jackson, the greatest man next to Washington that America has yet produced. Predicting errata such as those which Lave happened, that eminent nun, in his farewell address of 1887, said; iilf such a strugglo is once begun, and citi zens of one section of the country arrayed In arms against those of another In doubtful conflict, let the battle result as It map, there will be on end of the Union, and with it an end ef tbe topes of freedom." And again: "Toe constitution ..annot be preserved nor the Union maintained In opposition to pub lic feeling by the more exertion of coercive powers eon flded to the general government." Such calm and un b)asse<^j'eflecU'"'?, coming, too, from tbe meuth of a brave Iron, cannot be thrown away upon Prince* ef the Orleans dynasty, fortified as they will be by the true but rare magnanimity of Louil Philippe himself. who pre ferred abdication to maintenance of bis regal rights by bloodshed In civil warfare. The War 1st Mexico. general pokey's position towards ALMONTI. [From tho Esprit Publis of Paris, July 24.] General Forty takes with him speclul instructions as to the pest er future positions of those Mexican generals wbo may have Joined our arm/. Measures are, above all, to be adopted with regard to General Almonte, who hat not maintained the reserve which his exceptional situa tion pi escribed. Independently "of disavowing tbe inju rious proceedings of Almonte, General Forey is authoriz ed Entirely to withdraw our intervention in his favor. Wo engagement has bun mad* with Almonte. The character of ;he expedition neods to be plainly brought berore the Mexican population. In case of the formation of a pro visional government In Mexico, the question would arise of the expediency of removing from the capital all tho-e members of tbe army who represent isolated parties, and Whose presence might reuall politioal or mi litary dlsseuEions, which the Frcneh flag can neither support nor deftcd. Th? Coming Revolution in Earope. GABIB> LDl'S KKMA.KK9 TO TBS BEOPLB OF PAI.fcRMO. (Par.s (July 24) correspondence of London Times.] The following new vsrsion of the dlaloguo which tooki place between Garibaldi and tlie populace at Palermo U given 1b the Marseilles i>apcrs:?At six in the afternoon ttie Italian Forum 1 .osenteU a magic spectacle. Tlio en tire National Gwrd was drawn up 1n order of battle from tbo Folice gate to the Caelua Uo Cato, and the aileja.wore filled with an immense n ultnuao. In a word, the entire popo .alien of Palermo?men, women and children?were assembled there. Siiioi tly afterwards the rolling of drums and the shouts of the people announced tho arrival of Garibaldi. The General was embraced by all who could approach iitm. After tbo National Guard had deilled t le following dialogue took place:? # Tii b PKori.a?Long live Garibaldi I We wish to goto Rome and Venice. Gajuballi.?Every great town and every hamlet in Jtaiy desires and wishes what tho people of Palermo ^vlali. I admire the sentiment which animates that people. I admire it because it caanot but be gonorous. It has a profound echo. which is heard throughout Italy. ThePEoru?? ToRrme! To Romol To Venice!" Garibaldi?"Yea, to Rome, to Rome, to VeniccI We nt deliver our brothers who are enslaved; but tc arrive ? we must have deeds, and not words) With deeds, ana not words, we will make the Bonaparte quit our Roue. He is not there to defend the Interests of Ituly, nor the interests of the religion of Christ represented by thePopel Falsehood! falsehood 1 falsehood 1 This inui is urged by luxury?oy raprno?\>j iho iaAuaeue thirst of domination. It m he who)a the first to foment brigandage. People of Um Sicilian Veepors?people of 1960?it la ab solutely necessary that Bonaparte should quit Rome) If :l should bo requisite, we must make new Vespers! Let every citizen wnb desires the emancipation of the coi. jtry prepare a weapon! Strong and compact, we shall be able to combat the strongest Powers. Muratia-n would.be a mere procossulate of Napoleoc: Bourbon Ism, pneon, paraocutlon, death! The Pope King or the King Pope is the negation of Italy I The government it not strong enough to throw off the yoke of Franee. The Eopl.< must urge It with their massea and th?.r energy. It us place sharp weapons in the scale againatidiplo macy, aad diplomacy will respect our rigrte, and we shall uart> Rome a^d Venice. We fhali go to Rome, but with arma !n our hands, as we crossed the Tlclno,'.. at the Auatrl-na, as we lmded at Marsala, as we came to share your fete, brave people of Palermo. I will speak no more of Boaaparte. Ths Pxoru?Down with Freneh politics! To Rome! Down with Murat! Down with tne Popel Roma acd Venice for ererl Garibaldi for ever! < Gikjbaldi?To artni. then, to arms; werda aro not autbeient. Armed vie inall be ftared, and the new cnuade of the perj>le vrilt o/*? to the paUi of Rome. Jfo mure wordt.iAen; but deed*, deedtl Thm Pbopll?Yes, yea; deeds, deeds; ta arms! To Rome and Venice! Garibaldi?I will raise Italy from the inaction In which she is phioged. I will go with you, and with you I will gain the last battle. InaPnoFLK?^To arms! To arms! Concord! Garibaldi forever! To Rome and Venice quickly! Ouickly! Garibaldi then returned to the palace, followed by an lmmence crowd. Our Baltimore Correspondence. Baltics!, August 7,1862. J he Result of General fFadnoortk't MUriun?Th*, Svypration of the Harr .itrj.rg Patriot?Arrival of Ar retted Editvr%?"$e<M~(i" SktdauiUnp?Sectsh Scc.rcd at the Draft, (tc. This city was thrown Into an Intense excitement yes. terday no J at the arrival of O. Barr. tt, Ihos. J. McDow ell, Mr. Montgomery Foster (an employed editor), and a man named U. J. Jenea (local), all tho editors and pro" prietors of tho Patriot and Union, a Breckinridge demo' cratic paper, published at Harrlaburg, Pa., undor charge of United States offlcera. These parties were arreetcd by General Wadsworth for prL ng and placarding at overy fence eornir in Darrisburg the followicg canard hand bill:? Artxirno*. Cclorxd Mas!?The great Genorai Lane has arrived In tnis city to-day, and will addrcnn the colored citizens of Hairisburg, in Iront of 1'ie Market House, at four o'c'<<k this (Monday) afternoon. Men and brethroD, oomnaiongl The geverun.ent having granted liira per mission to raise two colored regiments, bo will be pre pared to ijwear <n all able-bodied colored men who -tay offer, and ho confide? My experts to raise em company in this place. Arm*, oquipments, uniform*, pay and ra tions an ! bounty, tho same as received by white soldiers, atid uo distinction will bo made. Come one, come all. J. II. TOM1K1N8, Recruiting Offlcor for Lane's Colored regiment*. Whatever the purpose wna. on the part of these men, they will be Bout to Fort Warren for their temerity. They were taken lart evening to Washington city, where tbeir eve Is to be decided, and their destination made public. Tho 1 junot itul Union was the leairtag demo cratic organ in Pennsylvania. It la dead now?deader than Kelsey s nigger. It was evidently Jones' Intention to ereapo the < (Beers of the governnvM by leaving for distant parts this morning. The following local, which he had written, no douot, to cover up hia Ilight, appearod in the morning's lasue e. the paper:? Wanca ? Having oome tlmo ago made up Ms mind to take a little recreation, the . egu.ir l"cal editor is absent c i a tour of pleasure, and bis ueportuunt 1a iu the handa of n sub. Rut Proven Marshal Oeekner waa a little too quick for h'.ro. But little excitement is the ccnse^ucnco of these I rests, as they ware bojrljMppeoled. The "test oath" his ha.i a wonderful effeet on the deni?.?na of the lo)al CHy of '.omunonte. They are leav ing by the aoore daily for Canada. 1 heard one of them say tbat he had wanted to go to Cam da these eight years past, and that he bad no opportunity to go until now. The majority of those leaving lor the British co'.ony are wealthy merihaats u?l gentlemen of means, with "secesh" prtjolivinea. The drartiDg pnspect, too, to be put In force neit week, has a great deal to do with this exjdus ot theso ftrat family "flciVKMIera." Ihe consternation depicted on their onunter matin Is roally astonishing. The mere the ght of beiai; compelled to ftgbt for the constitution, and ths flag Is as biter to them as it doubtless Is to the' trit>e of tho ?' ree thousand dollar strawberry men. Tbo way thltigs r * look, it will be absolutely necespary to to diafting before Maryland will be able t iftiruiph her quota. Whatever ot loyalty thero is left will Join the army at once, and whit remains of "eoceah," if not voiiintar.ly absent, will be aaut hence toDixio by Geoeral Wool. Tor rumvoRit Hocktt.?The second branch of the City ! Council ef llaltimoro, on the Oth mat , unanimously panned the ordii ancn to enoourage tho enllatm<-nt of volunteers In the several regiments now being raised by the l.uo order of the Wm- paMmetit, aed to make an approprla Hon ns a bounty to ri ch volunteers who tnay bo must'red Into tho KCrvloeof the United Htatos In noy o( tho i,M|d regnnente raised iu HaHtmorevit|r. Ihesum approLnaied I la|C50,0W. Rcwi from Ban TIIB KZCiriMLMT IN THB GOLD MAKKET. San Frjmwo, t'al., August 5,1MB> The ship Wild Pigeon sailed for Valparaiso to-day. The bark E. A. Rawlings, in the employ of the govern ment, was recently wrecked at the mouth of the Colo rado rtver. She had a cargo of commwsary stores valued at $200 000. TUe work on the new levee around Sacramento it pro gressing energetically. The levee will coal over $200,000, and is to be from ei^ht to ten feet high, and of sufficient strength to leave no room for apprehension of future Inundations. The first train of overland emigrants from Iowa arrived last week at Powder river mines, Oregon^ They expe rienced no trouble on the road, getting along without difficulty. Three companies of Oregon cavalry had gone out to meet them. Sax Fkaxctsco, Cal., August 6,1862. Tho confiscated ship Henry Brigh&m was sold by the United States Marshal yesterday for $15,000. A dividend has been declared by the Ophir Silver Min ing Company for the month ending on tho 5th inst., amounting to $72 per foot. Shares In the mine arc now selling for $2,400 per foot. Ettreinely fiatterlBf accounts aro being received of all the principal silver mines in Nevada Torritory. The bullion receipts are large and tho stock Is going up, and there is danger of a speculative furor. The Overland Mall Company's coaches have commenced arriving. Since the recent change of routo tho trip from St. Joseph to Salt Lake has been made in seven days. There is a prospect that tha average time from St. Louis to Son Francisco will ho nineteen days, and that the whole ocean mail from Now York to Sou Francisco will coue through In twenty -Avt> days. The Turf. #ABBI01? PLEASURE GROUND ASSOCIATES?TROT TING. WirjraemY, AugustMatch for $1,000, milo heats best throe in live in harness. , H. F. Jones named s. g. Henry Wilson 1 11 D. Maco named spotted g. Johnstown 2 2 2 .Time: 2:30>*?2:40?2:61. The above match was between parties from Poughkeep sle; and OB it had created considerable interest for somo time past among the horsemen of the towns along the Hudson river, from Tubby Hook to Troyia great number visited tho Fashion Course on Wednesday afternoon to witness the rase. A large majority of those In attend ance were eager to back the spotted horse, and long odds in ills favor was the consequence. The favorite was bea <vi quite easily in three straight heats; and his backers, no doubt, went home wiser if not better rnefi. The track was in capital order. Thubsdat , August 7.?Mateh $600, mile beats, best three in five, in harness. H. F. Jones named s. m. Columbia Ill D. Mace nam b.g. Shark 2 % 2 Time: 2:38X?2:30*?S:35. The above match afforded unusual interest during tho contest. The horcea wore very nicely matched in point of speed, and the chancos of.winning wore pretty evenly balanced between them throughout the race. The mare had a very slight advantage in speed, but being a much hotter breaker than the gelding, she manrged to reach the goal first throe times in succession, much to the grati fication of her backers, who, in many instance*, had wagered four to one that sho would carry off the prize. She took the i lead In the first heat, and, though closely pressed by Shark, won by a few lengths in 2:88)f. On the second h<at the horses had a very even start, and went side end side u the half-mile polo iu 1:18. when Shark brok. up and oil off a couple of teugths. He ral lied finely afterwards, a id closed nicely on the mare until at tho distance sianti, being head and head, he again broke up st.tl ti e niaro beat him to the score ubout a lengt) in 2:SCJ?. On the third heat, which was the fast; l in tlio race, Shark broke up before he got around the r?t turn, and th^maro, being clear of him, went on ui rat her business to the finish, making the bent In 2:3#, Li mug by several lengths. They are both very promis ing horses, and trotted mnch better than their most san guine backers anticipated. A double team race will corao off this afternoon. Thb Liederkra.nz Festival ai Jon*s' Wood.?Tho an nual Lioderkranz FeBtlval took placo last evening at Jones' Wood, and wa? fairly attended. The amusement? commenced with a promeaado concert, under the sn>er intendance of Mr. Noll, followed by a selected concert or choice operatic mus'c. The ascension of a balloon and discharge of flrewotKS then varied the entertainment, after which the society sang Beclccr'a favorite compos!, lion of "The Gipsies." Dancing was the next In order, and was kept tip until a late hour, tho music being sup plied by Noll's quadrille band. The woatlur was chirm lug, which added much to the plcasuro of tnis open air festival. SHIPPING NEWS ALMAMAO 10* WW TO**?THIS DAT. ?n Htm J?| Hoon sbts eve 3 32 ioSsim?!!!"'. 7 09 i high morn 7 00 Port or New York, August 7, 186*. CLEARED. Ship Ben j Adams, Chi**, Liverpool?Tapscott A Co. Ship deoPeabody, Paine, London?Hallett A Cameron. Ship Berlin, Jackson, BMfait?Tratk A Dearborn. Bark .George Carl (Prus), Zlesmar, Plymouth?Funch, *Barkfiaai>- Baker (Br), Viokerj, Londonderry?Boyd A ^Bark Centenary (Br). Young, New Hot*?Boyd A nineteen. Br'g Onealpliorus (Br), Card, Bristol?Eduijston Broa. Brig O T Ward. Brlgga, Cork, Ap?Stiirje*, Cleartnan * Co. Brig Tempest. Reed, Klo Jftn.^ro?Wnlsh, Cai^er l Chase. Brig JCongdon (Br), Forbes, St John, NB?II J A CADS' W11 rig West, G tlbraudsen, New Orleans?L Nlckerson. Brig A Hortft. Orcutt, New Orleana? Robion 4 Powtlck Brig Br. rie, 6uterbridge, Philadelphia?Mf-tcalf A Duneaa. Schr O R I>ixon, Wilson, tfatanMi*?W W Kuabcll A Co. Schr J W Webater, Blake, New Orleana?J_W Elwell * Co. Fchi Mury Emma, Ilulae, New Orleans?W J Dewey A Co. Schr A B Jacobs, J^nes, BnowHUl?A C Haveni. Schr R A K Bteelman, i amp, Philadelphia?J W McKee. Schr F H Abbott, Bmitli. Philadelphia?Merrill A Abbott. Schr MinnSbaha. Tliomas. Sandv llook?<1 L Hatch. S.-hr I'el Nurte, Dlnaraor-', Portamouth?W S Blown* CO. Schr Corinne M. Jones, Plymouth?MD Mangnm. Schr Ecllpke, Carl I, Charleatown?Miller k Houghton. Schr A Crandall, Brown, Norwich?E A Andrews. ARR1 SD ? _ Steamship City of Richmond IV 8 transport). Kelly, Har rison'* Landing, 48 hours, 1c ballast, to U 8 Quart ;rt^. j-.er. Ship Margaret Er-ns, Warner, London and Isle of W Ight. June 29, with in die and 24 passenger*, to E E Morgan k W8hlp Onward, Coombs, Belfast, June 29, In ballast, to Wal*E, Carver A Cliase. JulyM4. lat 43 30. Ion 63 10. fpoke brig Hydra, from Bordeaux for New York. 3d Inst, ofT South Shoal, oark Holland, 4 day. from Boetoo.for 4th, off Nantucket, |a*sed a bark ?bowing Nogifi734, 5a d 1st* pendant, same time, ship E Z, hence for Llvtrpool, oth, on (iroraes. ship Oeurgei, hence for Liverpool. Ship Sheridan, Russell, Antwerp, June 13, ^Ln r}l? i with mdse, to ifowland k Frothinghnm. Ha* been 12 daja W of Sable Island, with light W winds and calm*. Bark l'ft?r (Prus), Btckmau, Newcastle, M) day", with coal, to order. Hts haa very heavy weather: lost aii.i split ^BaVk'utah, Secley, Barbados, July 32, In ballast, to 0 Du r#B?l?Punoh (Br, of Shorebam), Williams, Ca.dlff, W dare Jtny 29 lat 40. lcnGfl 07, spoke snip J Thompson, hence for Liverpool, ir fon 40 34 saw large qtian title* or ice. . .. Brla Minnehaha (Br, of Yarmouth, N^>? Perry, Llmericit, 13 fin?*, in ballast. to ArkeU, Uur?t A Co. B m Ann, Vutee, Monrovia. 60 days, With palm OL Src. to Porter field. July 7. lat 23. Ion 81 80. spoke ship Liz zie Pr*w, from Monlvoem for Falmouth; ?8th, lat 31 43, Ion ^3 341 pcbrH W Fry. from Boiton for Aux Cayei. . Brif Bentr.ce (of Harrington K 8trout with n ahng. nyt to Brett, Hon M Co. 2d 1e*t. lat 80 01, ion 7* 12 Broke Br br'g Lucy Darling, hence for Kaasaii* ferig Brill (Br, of 1 rlnce William, NS), C-rowcll, Mataoiaf, 14 dart, in ballaet, to Boyd ? flincke?. with Briir A.?poline (Br), Lcbla^c. Cow B?y, CB, lo oay?. wi'n <v>ni toCP Swalnc. Hal some very heanr weather, broke i^ainboom and fore topnailyard, lost fiyihgjiband middle "?r"j'essl? (Br, Of St Johns, NF), Menkton, Llngan, CB, 'SW^WW^ni^d^r. Ki, 13 dsys, with '' BriV HarrlPt^ (Br), Brett, 8t Andrews, KB, 8 dars, with Hagiewinkle, Belfaat,? days, in Livsrroon. Banneford, ITenton, 43 davs wi th fruit kt. 'to Gomes, Wall Is A t'o. Schr Mope (Br, ol Parrsbwo), Mliler, Matamoros, W days, " s'VrBMn'de.MBf IMJwiri. 81 MUrtlns, July 9 ?rn. Witt .alt to K lalbot. 3d Inst, lat S1W, Ion 733J, wy E with lot? of fon* topmast; sati.e tfine, afull-riEKed brig itn l08ehr g\"!"u^;\rBO,!ioP.Vn.?.r Wind*,. NS, 10 da,% with ^'srhV E V'ra.hot. Amsbury, Llngan, CB, 20 day*, with coal, t0fe^hrtk.n?r1^e0d?s (priie^. Artln* Matter Dwyer, Key Weit, 10 days, with cottou Ao. ^Ta* captured about 2 moatas ago, o0 Havana, by II H gnnboat P'jrmlt. Schr Pre.'o, Hawklna. Port Hojal. hi:im T A And'rsnn. t.iamor, Harrison> s Mndlnfc FthrUH Miller. Oesry, Harrison . iAindlrig tlr'nr Lavltt Hale, Conalln, Aif iandr'?. 3 days. 8 !tr 11 Olb.on, Crocker, Baltimore, 6 days Krhr Elvira, Clark, nit. he.hport for Boston. 8chr La.nartlne, 11 rati t, Blltabeth port f)f Boston. schr K* Ipse, J' Wti, fclliabtthport f-.rBo.ton. Behr Monitor. Bcs^iAlTjabethport for Warchaas. Sf WuwM.rftnK.>5g jr. 6 days. grht M Cobb. Averlll. RfOKlRUd. 0 (lavs. n<w>k S. hr Mlnnchal s. Thonias^liotltland for 8anly Hoofc H'lir Ben J Pranklln. M.ll?. Inafhaven, 0 days. Pc'ur Serai !i, Alien, Harwich, 3 days. Behr Bni.gor. Htudl'-y, B 'ton, 4 days K'rhr TrHofi. Frecmali, Nantucket. . BrUr Til lie fc, An<U?rson, DightOB for PoughkCfptlt# Rchr J C Chew, Bugbee. Taunton, 2 days. e^hr Orion. Parte, Fall Biter. Schr Sarah Ellrat^th, HutohlngS, Provldsnce, S 0*1* BehrJ P Rots, Bmlth, ProvUleuec, 2 days, Hchi H Purler, Austin, rro*Mtsnce. Bchr Lion, I nrbush, New JIarcn. ?-hr I.ookout, Jonea. '''""hlng. Sloop Mount Hope. Sttlllvan, Taunton. ?'.earner Pstrsl, louni, Prurldsnss. Wind at suusst 8. ______ Hlft?ellaneoa?. nr in?lt uot-nrs Oat., from 8an Tranelsco JnlfM for Fai 4>r, burned the 27th when off Manxf nlllo, and Ls. v ,vsengn-s lost their Uvss. (Bsc news columns.) T' r sl-ip Ktna, of the Llrerpool, New York and Phi taJtai- h a Iiq* ?u'H to-morrow at noon for Queenstown and \ ? . ol The Etna Is now commanded by Capt Samuel Hi okr" who for aome time pa?t haa had cbarga of the Clly of Wa^tngio". during which period he haa made hosts of f ,, by j'? '.itilf'jrm and courteous treatment of all those 've' .??, f0 themael*'* under his care. , . K.c ,,u*sa (of Baltimore), Ryder, from Qn??nstown t ..&fgrHs"?a wl<h a - nrso of coal, wae totally lost list l\\ ,,, the A .id? of Eleuthera. Car'aln and crew *aved w4t?aent9 Nsseau, (rum whleJiport Caft B ji^r on Id steamer British Queen. The BvmM K?s, sad fell* jl 1801 at fl^b$ii>e}on. Me, -?? --- Bit Hma o? Mow Seotla, from Torts IsSsnia with wit, was b ought into Philadelphia a |rue on Vtiesdaf night taut. The (J K steamer Mount Vrrueii ?iptu?4 her of Wilmlngt. n. NC, ou the 2tftli uU. Her captain and evew wart brought with her. Brixbaii, July 14?The aehr Anna Maria, Crews, founder ed 21*t, about ?U mile* off Bolt H>-ad; crew puked ap In tU4 boa! by Aiu ship W F Schmidt, 27 days from New Tort Io| Antwerp, and transferred to the Bittern sinaea and landef here 22a. Calcutta, June 17?The American ship Partbenia, HlntOH from Melbourne (ballAst). grounded neur Hooghly Point, bu" Boated about an hour and a Ualf afterwards, and will be ex amiued on her arrival off town. Lis son. July 17?The Am ship Revanne, from Llverpoo for New York, which put in here Feb 25 leaky, wsa sold Ju!j 1-', after being condemned. Ou the 13th sL<- parted h> r ra bieg ami drifted on shore on tlie 8 side, but"mine off ou th< tills. It Is san!, without <!auia;;e. Qubbnstowk, July 22?The Kanawha, Cbaltiii, from Car denas. which arrived tu-ilay. reports havlni: 10-t a man (as American, named George White) overboard on the 16th oi Juue. Yabmoutb, July 31?The Jane D Oooner, Howard, from Newcastle for Ad??, which was tipponeil to have ruu dmvi the Agenoria, ef Lowettoft. h;itl not be. ;i in i olllaion will the Agenoria, but wita another vessel, near the Spurn, and lost hur foreyar 1. A1H bark Hannah Seeor, iffi tons, built nt Porth Amloy is lHiti. fins been aold for Sld.SO-i; and A2b>ili Ocean Bride 325 tons, built in lc&> at Franklin, Me, on term., we have not learned, Whnleiitcn. Arr at New Bedford 4tti Inst, bark CV" n% \Vood (1?W Simmons, wlio lei t her a: S, nun ich Islan la). ll mu ulu Iie< 2.-. Payal June 9. Floras 14i.ii, with l'il t>bl? wli oil on board, bent home on the voyage 4.AJ t big vh oil .mi J',-Oil lbs bone. Reports, spok< off Flares J ane 8. George A >!ary, Piercc, Westport?had nut seen :v whale 111 7 inontns, who reported raving scea th.? day previous mo. KL Hi. a tow, llusaey, Nuut. cl. an; Jure IB. lat 42 N, lou si VV, bark Bunchlnia, Rice, Provhicetown, 800 a;. 4u0 n| .-- uid not seen a sperm whale inn month*, wlo> reported s;uke t^o day ? r"viou? bark Wave, Courtney, NH, havim: is' en 20 up sine- having St Catharines; Winthrop, Weeka, II, oil n<w report* d; July 12. lat tJ Yi, Ion 17 10. bark Mil wood. Hatha ?&>?, NB. 25 *p. Died on board ?ue Clo ne April 1, Henry Boilec, of nilew Haven. Arr lit Nantucket 8d Inst, Rainbow, McGuire, from a whal ing cruise. Arr at l'ulta July 15, ship Gen Scott, E'drldge, PH, from a cruise; hn? not taken any oil 111 9 mo?. Si oke April 1, iat 4 S, I011 114 W, bark Roseoe, Macinber, NB 6M ?p 400 whj o9 Gallli a^os, Stella, Hnssey, do, 80 sp this aeiuot*. Also arr 15th, snip Emma C Jonec, Howes, NH.'.from Tom be.7? 700 *p. Cld at do 5th, hark Occola, Hogan, Pucific Ocean (and aid). Sid 9th, thip Euphrates. A letter Irom the lirst officer of ship Florida, Pish, of NB, remifts her within five days sail of Hong Konp, bound to the Arctic Ocean, all well. Had taken 200 obla oil alnce leaving Sandwich Islands. Foreign Porta. Antwerp, July 19?Ai r liloonier, Ruder, NYork. Sltl 22d, Magdalene, Wenclte, NVork. Arr at Fluitlilng 25th, WP Schmidt, Sears, NYork. Sid I81I1, Fortuna, Niemann, NYork. July 26?The E II Harrington, Qorham, sld for Genoa, and has since put back. Amstkbdam, Julv 23? Sld Scotia, Ulskelly, Baltimore. Bhistoi. (Pill), iul> 20?Air Doucrstadt, Krohn, NYork; 21st, Acttcia, Plnkham, Ci-nfungo*. BKKUBRnAvtn, July 19?Ait Bremen (sK Weasels, NYork: Slst, Isabella l)e Harden, do; Sooloo, ATlen, West Coast Mexico; 2Sd, Aniazone, Hogemann, Philadelphia ; Agnes, Semite, NYoik; Eduard. Wieting, do. Sld lath, Industrie, Haitcrmaun, Baltimore, Herzogln vBrabant, Beling,NYork. Brxmkx, Julv 18?Arr Jeverland, Stellmau, NYork. Bbovwkrsiiatsk, July 21?Arr Santa Claus, Hopklna, Callao. Sld 23d, Henry, Ohlerlch, NYoik. Boupmaui, July 2-?Sld Danville, Keunedy, NYork (also reported sld 2tth, Soule, luaater.) Bcmbat. June 18?Sld Burlington, Howes, Loudon. CARDirr, July 19?Arr Ko'ilngeu Elizabeth, Rick, NYork. Bid IStb, John N Ciialilng. Sprays, Hong Kong; 22d. Le ?in? B, Medavlch, NYoik, Venus, Palmer, do; Hen edia, Sambyn, do; 23d, Uranite State, Jacols: Wm A Jane, Wave, and Carl, Evert, do: 24th, T Hoveland, Eger, do. Cork; Julv 18?Arr Freya, Rostrtip, NYork; Cereal, M'Douald, l'Lllade'pliis, Cowss. July 28?Arr Teu'.onla (a), Taube, NYork (and sld for Hamburg). Calcutta, jute 12?Arr Partlienln, Hinton, Melbourne: Regent, Hamblin, Galle. S1<112ih, Ed,rani. Hale, Boston. Dka 1.. July 20?Arr Liverpool, Chamberlnln. London (and aid for NYork); 25th, Cleate, Ixnidon for NYork (and an chored). S!d?21st fnot 19th), Emily, Faruutn, Simee, NYork. Put in 19th, Far West, l'ane, fiuui New York for Dunkirk (and remalnc<l at anchor 2.VI1). Dcbuh, July 21?Cld yueeu Victoria, Conway, NYort; 25th, Dolphin, Rental, no. Falmouth, J.ily 20?Arr Ocean Traveller, Stone. SnfTia; 24th, Keninrtre, Graves, Rangoon. Sld 20tb. Blif k Swan, Rodger, Ailcante; 21'd, Lion, Cooper, Brruieu; 'l'alavera, Merrlthew. Auiiverp. Figckira, July u?Arr C F Young. It'i kt.rd, NYork. Ghkkkock. Jiilv Ui?Arr Clara Pickens, Rich, Vatauzaa, Uhimbi.t, July 22?Arr El Dorudo, Hayes, Bangor. Gisractak, July in?Arr Arab Noole, TciT.inora (nnd uli for l'liiladelphlai; Yelma, Nickeraon, Boaiou. Cld lljth, 0>ean Spray, Stubiis, NVork Havrk, July 24?Arr Tigress, Stevens, NYork. Sld 22dr Win Nelson, Che'?ver, NYork; S R Mallory. Lector, Boston. Hamruro. July 19?Air Mary Ooodell, tl'iiilvi ry, Callaoj Maverick, Ellis, Havana; 21st, Humboldt, Boysch, NYork. Blii lHtli, Denmark, Pll, NYork. Sid [rum Cuxbuvec l7tb, Donnu, Meyer, Jiyc. lt; I8tb, Ll? rlope, Potter, do. Helvokt. July 24?Arr Fairfield, Hall, NYork. Livkurooi., J illy 2l)-Ari' Libert;,, Patterson, NYork: 2JM, Anglo Sarou (s), (juebec; 24th. John Bright. Dewar, NYork;. 25ih, City or IS.-ltlmore (s), Kennedy, and Manchester, Trask, do; Retriever, Curtail, San Francisco; 26th, Scotia (s), Judkins, NYork. Slil 18th, Constitution, TlmmaJ, NYi/rk; 6f. Peter, Sttier, Cardenas; l'.rth. Tonawunda, JuIIiih, Pnlludelphfa; 21st, Montmorcniy. MXelian, Boston; 22d, New Orleans, B-ll, NYork; Alex Marshall, Marshall, do; Albion, W Miami, riot S's.r of th? West, Morrison, do; Sardinia, Pendleton, do; Monea Day, Lord, do; Lancaster, D< an, Plniitrielphla; H ad Asaen, HaverbuU, Han Francisio, 21th, Caravan, Child, New York. Cld 21?t, New Orleans, Bell, NYork; 23d, Coronet Hard. fing, yntbec; John Curtis, Alexander, Boston; 24th, George Inrlbut, Massou; Edwin, tPeters.m, and O. 'ion, Percy, N York; Northampton, Morse, Philadelphia; Frank Pierce, Brooks,Portland; 25th, WuhMnatou Butcher. Collins, Bar badoes; ContUntine, Crovey; American Union, Hubbard, and Empire, Coombes, NYork. Ent out 19th, Constuutinc, Crevey, for NYork; Coronet. Harding, Quebec; 21st, Liverpool Packet, Crosby. Boston; Cynosure, Rotinaoii, NYork; North AmerrcaR. Cutting, H York; Carrier Dure, Williams, NYork; B8 Itlmbnil, Hof mer, NYork; Atlantic, liumorr, Phliadelphia; 22d, Jirnpire State, Briggs, and Centurion, Zeregu, NYork; 23<1, Nicholaa Biddle, Eves, Mlrarnlchi; John H Kycrsou, Latham, NYork; Viotory, Little, NYork; 2ft?h. City Of Baltimore (?), Ken nedy, and Alioo Ball, Rom, do. Lo.ndoh, July 21?Ait Columbia, Roberts, Rcmtdiqs: Vie* toria Reed, Preble, Akyab; Arti/an, Pollard: Patrick Henry, Moore, and Alice Cource, Singer. NYork; 22d, Horraaeeket, Walte. Rangoon;2Sd.John S. Harris, Harmon, Caiburien. Cld 24th, James I; Keeier, Delano,, NYork. Ent ot't 25ih, Daniel Webster, Spencer, NYork; 24th, Christiana, Monk, do. LtMkEica, July 24?Arr J A R Young. Scott. NYork. Marseiilrs, July 2>J?Arr Czarina, Flnkbam, NYork. Sid 18th, Harriett, MeUar, Boston; Adm Bromuiev. Meyer, NeiT York, Cld 21st, Mary Lucmtia, Bower*, N ifoi k. Mn.roBD Hxnt>, July 2(>? l'ut in, lark George W 11 of toil, Sleeper, from NYor k, waiting for tides to r locced for Car marthen. Mont?.vibso, June 6? Arr Sea Breeze, McDoaouvh, NYorkt 13th, L D wirvi r, Damon, Cadiz. Bid 4th, ShuiI Robertson, Taber. England; 5th, Eliot Marie, Jaiobsen, NYork. Moxrotm, June 17?No Am vesac! in port. Mixaviti.o, duly 14?In port I ark Conery, from NOrlsaua, wtg orders; scur Wave, ot Boston, for NOrteans 15th. Pimtoi'Trr, July 21?An Martictt, Roblunon, NYork.; 23d, Alliance, Mosaman. do. Pkszascb, Juiy 25?Sid Arethrua. Quance, NYork. Qo?i5STowif, July 21?Arr Sparkling Se.r, Wlswell. Buenn* Ayrrs (and sld 22d for London); 22d, Kanawha, Chattln. Cardenas Sld 23d, Wra Creevy, Lid lie, Philadelphia. Rio jA!?:iao. June 12?Arr Onward, Pengally, NYork. Bid 20th, Garnet, Bradford, Calcutta. Si.toi.Ki.A2tp, July 21?SM Arthnr, Wegner, NYork. Sandbank, July 13?Arr Beth, And'iaou, NYork. Surinam, Julv 21?In j>ort barks Catharine, Hcrrick, and Wvim.n,.LInioln, for Boston next day. 6t Martins, July 26?lu port Br sobr Tigress, for NYork 3 Cays. St Croix, July 23?In port brig Rolling Sea, for ? In 15 days, ld<. Salt Cat, TI. July 29?In port Br brig Anna, for NYork ldg; Br achr Maria Jaue. for no next day, ht Htehi*.v. NB, Aug 3?Arr Khr Lban Herbert, Clark, NYork. Tun, July 20?Arr Zeren Sterren, nerame". NYork. Takragoxa, July 3?Arr Wildfire, Pecklne, NYork. Wi.Txot.xu, July 25?Arr B Colcord, Cokord, NYork. American Porta. BOSTON, AurB?Ciil ship Cavalier, Crocked. Bangor ?o load for Liverpool; bark Ljfander, Olover. Clenftregim; brl g Foster, (Jrlllln, Gonalves: fchrs M K Carllele, Ryder, Koitrexa Monroe; Katilla, Kelley; dearsvllle, Sear*; Luther Cliild, Kelii y, and Wonder, Ilallock, Baltlaio-*; Ivy, Henderson; 8 J l: '(fht, Pmitb; Lady Hutl'olk, Baker, and Anna Uariner, Knowies, Philadelphia; Cora, Kelley; J Wit on. Young, atnl Young Auierlra, Barbour, NYork. Cld 4?h,-birk Suir ter, Humphrey, NOrleans. Rid Br steamsiilp Asm; rhlpa An:o crtl, TTios.letlVrson, James hovey. < avalkr; bar'- s Sumter, Euieka, Olnejane. Mary Elizabeth, David Nick"js; i ng? Bird of th': Wave, flight; also, nautical school fhlp Mossa ChuaettS. Province town and other portx. PA! TIMORE, Aug 6?Arr Br brig Rose way Belle. Carter, Arreibo, scliin Prlscills, Cro?th'r, S'irlnani; Jennie Mor ton, Hulfnagel, Caribbean Sea; Wm Lanuutter, Wa'cott, St John, NB. t'lil Br l ark De!awar>-, Steed, Dcniarnia: "iidirs T Kacd, McAlrnon, and M H .11, (iilc! rlst, Bosti n; Cddea Rnrt, Bishop, Providence; I. W H'rdsall, Bopc r, and Robert F Stockton, Rogers, NYork, Nightingale, Nlcker-on, Jcracy City. Bid Pros snip A Boulnger Went to sca3U, bark Lnoy Elliahetli; 4th, chip P W Bnme. brlgAtll'.a. BANQOR, Aug ft?Arr Port brig Alfredo, DeSonxa. St Ml. cha?l?, to load for do; srhrs Northern Light, l,an v and Dah* ltn. Kent, NYork. Ciil Stli, schr Hero, Carter, NYork. BATH, Aug 5?Cld bark Emma F Harrlrr an. iiarrlman, Bingor. iilllsTOL, Aug 6?Sld achr J M Parker, King, New York; iloop Fred Brown, < 'arr, do. _ FALL RIYER, Aug ft?hid achr Bllcn Barnes, Rrigga, BIN Eftb^hport. (ILOI CESTER, Aug 4?Arr brig Hudson, O'riflln, Dela WHARtfoRD. Aug 5?Arr schrs J HolTmsn, Albott, Tren. ton ? J Wright. OlarE, an 1 O R Oonovet, Moiuan, rSHzabeth ports Little Myra, Hills. NYork. Kid 5tb, scbr 0II Nortbam, JteeA, NYork; al?K)p? Spry, Kois^, and D Lnmuhere.Djek. lnsoa. do; 6tli, sclirs Emily, Bares; Iola, Kelsey; IhosJelTer. son, Brewer, and Llllle Myra, Hllla, NYork; Little Charley, u Nl''^?nlkDFORD. Aug ?-Arr achr Sarah. Benson, Pbllft. delphls. Sld schra Valhalla, Lord, PUiiadalphla; M A Row NANTL't'KET. July 80?Arr arhr Vly, Ch?eaer,-an, Phlla. drlnhia. Sld Aug 1, sahrs O F llawlev, BucKley, Phlladel nhla- Triton. Fwman, Rondout. NEWPORT. Aug 5?Arr schra I/?oeadla, Small, NYork for Salem' R Parnrelae. Barlow. SlpnU an for NYork. Returned on account of head wind, achr a Caroline C, St Lucar, and B fttba>?Arr brig 8 Tliurston, B Ightman, Fagua for orders; schrs Pern. Thorndike Kondnut for Bos'oa: Ooharset, Ttr boy Fall River for Philadelphia (and both aid). ShlsohrsT BorJen, Wrlghlington. and Madonna, Yeatic, Philadelphia.: M Cobb, Avcrili, NYork; Martha Jane, J I' Boat, and the ar rivals of the ftth. NEW HAVEN, AngB?Arr brig Oeorge, Whitney, St Cro*; aehrs S J Ho\t, Ol*mer, Baltimore; D Morris. Hoover, Delft ware City; Quaker < Ity, Benjamin; It Magee, Re<ve; A trier Eagie, ??; Hartford, Hawklii' . and Entcrmise, Mariln, Ellxabethrort; .loatina, H:ind, Philadelphia, Oram, Peter* aon, NYork; stoops Julb t. Freeman, and Genius, Jones, Elisabeth port. Cld rnhrC knight. NYork. PHIIiA.DEf.PHlA, Aug 8?Arr brlj;s Cdcstlnn, Flckett, Boston; Craw ford, Moiall, NYork; schrs C Fantamzl. Wooi ter l'<rrts Cabelio; West Wind. HUinan, Ponce; Halo, New? Ir an. Newburyportl M M Freeman, Howes, Boston. Garths* fi na, Kcllct, New Bedrord; .J NeHson, Burt, Taunton. Cld ark Aiethusa, Ijovell, h W Pass; brig* Am Union, Rartlelt, Cork; Olive, Mansfleid. Pbrtsmoutn; Romance, Unnean, New Orleans: Abby Ellen, ?llmore;a?n Marshall. Amea, ami Crawford. Smsll, Boston; schr^ Mary Jane, Clearr, hlou. thera; Ellta A Catharine, Rutland, uo; A Tirreii, Mlgcuis; W 11 Mitchell, Spragufl; Clara, CrowelL and Sarah B 'anic^ Chase, Boston; Rarragausett, Uail, Balem; Ann 8 Cannon. Nowell, New Bedford; Black Diamond, Young, DanverspertJ Fre? Wind, Jones, Harlford. _ PORTLAND, Augft-Arr brig Webitar Kelley, Hcaaaa, Cardenas; achf D D, Bialsdell, NYork. ?Farlandi Sea Gull, Rogersrttoman, Blancha?, ?nustw PIml 8m Ith, Ph iladelpn I a; Vrilllam li en ry.Sh arret, JsmU H Deputy, Lewis, and Joeeph, Hulae, N York, Leader, Rons d?PAWTUCKET, Aug ?-Sld Mhr X Stratton, Sleelr.in, Phi. 'Ta^FRANCIBCO. Aug 1?SI'* slaamkhlp Cnrle 8am, Pie mtnft; 6th, slkip Wild Pigeon, Mafb?w, Valparaiso. In imrt 2d, ship Sagamore, traaowall, ch t lo load wheat ft?