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K. V. WAI.TOIV, J It.. l-UlTOlt. T liurtlity, Jmi. 15, 1J32. NEW AHltAKGEMKNT. x n vs pap n 1 1 v o it t 1 1 1 : im:oi'm:. Fffm lite ftrit of January it. a MAX ii- STATE JOrit.N.W. w , llie VERVIO.VT WATCH :i be wbii.h4, every 'Dial. da roortrrsf, erfBullaeeenilr el Mnntirller, Anrlhrtrlil. n"il "IVnte.lit.rj-1 nil tWl ir.nf.nt will be MleJd at latl 0 far lo ether tswea In IM. e-i,en f ll 8tle M ImfcHc I'limei .hall warrant Tli pnhllfT. will endee-tiir lo tartrate Ilia intere.t, u.e fulnc.. .ml au&alantlll aaltte 6ftli.ll pi par li all ef Hi read er., by .eeMagttltrinigri aathoriterl ana if rptwalble afen' and rortteponeeftte fa the sad iiUi.1 tuwo., Htm. uf Mere, tma Intia ifMrtcet., puolle Impf t.bh.i., werrlegee, ilealh-, lad. In elwlt. all tnofement. p tht eereral toeslittee tuorhlnf tni.ieHH, potltle', edueilion, and aooial and moral improve mer.t, )Mi may be deemed worthy of fitabtic nolife lime taking c gsissnee of wheieeer latoreela the rotsmnriiliee arhwesir paper cirtutatee, and atlaaulatinf.il lo whatever may -Mm to tbeir pro.parlty. 1 1 la an itwmpt to ier.ltr.r th old and troa idea of a rtewepe.pr-a reeved of wi, at l.CMeiid abroad, Interealioc ami itfaltotlHa who rend it eometlilnf. boaMoa .fie mere Iriiseeripl lit imtrcpelitan pol lira tod gfte.ia, whie. at line day too generally rVrra tha aten'e nf raanry popor The aueeeaa or (he plan l corner will main ly il,ie,f upon 111 aljtH and jsilf merit of amenta and rt.r rejKinit.m.,eo far aa their particular oee.ittea are enricn i-1 VV'eehaUtn.itellte t-fy.rlmi ofrvudKloo, wltfto.1 realot-t Inr, cuieelrea to politietane of tor own Garth, or to politician at tit'-. Abntine. not one jot nr tittleof otir rmlilienl er..d. but rntlntttrrlnf an Independent ciiflr.s ae In our own pailjr, anta a fair otto too, opponent., tv rinpo to deae-n-e well ofalL If anetatned in thte impiovam-nt. we aliall endeafur 10 rai ry It tint liberally; end If xl.rn, tea .ball demand It, our pa pa, will be enlarged to aer-oinpltib the dretfn. TRUMSl -41,30per yem, (1 for B month., SI rente fur 3 r et.tr... A4.-llieetuMUe of 14 linra or laaa inaeited 3 Home for 3 1 ; over It lince, i eut.l- per line ; cintitiuejier-e br-y ti.l 3 artti at baafptre Ptobale Mtloe-e of ordinly le gilt. $1,00. Special eeMreete made with yearly edverliar-ta All usaeriptiana and adverliaiMni-nta through ugenla mut n-i . i aarilv bo paid in ftdvano, aa lltey camiut tnnvpiuently krt-ji aprtial aaroanti. Annexed la a liitofagentatocceiveauhaerip.ion.jadvrriiia i menta aud frmmunientiiina, end acknuwleiig. puimettt fti the aame, Fabacribera wiriiing t rommence on the let of Jaeuary, ahould gite their name. Iminediatol.. 1 llakerenelj, J. N. POMF.ROV, I lirw kfleU, K. II. r VII I'll. Cnbi.t.f. C. lllltlWK, 1 Danville, l.'IMItl.';1" f. It AN A, I', awre, r. O. rSCOTr, iitdapetk, i:im Aim ii. BAivvnn, , Mar.hC-ld, P. II. I'lH NAM, llnirtrvilla, J. C. .NOVKr1, Middleert, JIWii: JOIIN.-O.N.Jr. nmninw, ri, , , 11, Oraag-, I ARI.O I AHrT..TLIl, f-oull, IIrdtek.C. ftllll'H V, flnwe, JIlSKril t RAYMOND, Htraffciid, WIl.l.MM UOM.INri, Polri tftrarTord IIAMl.l, H . Jl'llU. Tenbtldfe, JRRRMIAII I"' Ml Kit. W.lt.ri.-W Mid I ataton, Ult V.Sdb flMITII. We-tad, niANKLIN A. V'tlnl r VValerkar, nat Dullrari, R, C CSIli II, U'lllnmetuwn, l)l( rj rHIOl!, Ho-e.awr, JU.NAS AIII.OI I. Many ntber agent, bavo been nppoiltod, I. ae n.rnra wil bm given when they areept the afenry. Ilac.iJ, 1MI. K. I". iVir.TO.N' it Sn.V Wntriliiuy nil Diixlitiry. rrom iln. .Ult 11. L. smiim. f'.i. Ii i,. t,i, , iv , i I Mbiiiy itnil llualiuiy. i-u ... il.e.. lt . (.ovr . i,l f.,i ... -mi of the pri..i'nt trai are ietu. hint irnnirdi.t- iv, whi. v.i.1 i Dec. Jl, ihSI." ..na In pieacnl ll.an iect.'.a l 1 P WALTON 4 Si) KOSSUTH AND THE CON GRESSMEN. Kossutli has won a great victory in Washing ton evidently disposed, as the politicians in Washington w-ero a fortnight ago, to give Kos suth a cool reception, he has thairtd thcni ovl. Even tho minority of tlio House, (many of them, to say tho least,) who voted ngaiut Ihe resolu tion to rcoeivo Kossuth on tho floor of Congress, liiv o endeavored to maku nmonds by subscribing to the Usnquet, and other demonstrations of re spect nnd admiration for the illustrious man. Wo give llm speeches at the Congressional llmquut. KoisrjTii and Wkiibti'.ii the world lias not two other men more notable as speech makers. On this occasion, Wohslor won cool and cautious cottbtlesi remembering that, on the ono hand lio must he careful of maintaining consuHqjisy with hi upeccli on tfitf GrWK rjttti-' tion-und. on the other, equally careful of the responsibility of his present position. Kossuth, too, was not without restraint : he, too, was care ful of the proprieties of tlio place and the audi ence, nnd careful of Im own heavy responsibility. Hut Kossuth must speak from the heart, howev er he may conform to tho oxigonciCH in which hois placed : and thus it is he is always eln- quont, oaniest, and successful. Wobstcr'n speech is inainlv remarkable as an indication that the weight of this country is to be put UM ,he side , , o i .ii.. .... of freedom ngam.t absolutism. I-'or that it is , interesting and important; but Kossuth's sieeeh is moro thin intereating it is captivating. The ConirrcBsionrtl Banquet. WsiiiaTo.N, Jan. 7. Hon. Wm. Ii. King, I'reetident of tho .Senate presided. The firdt toast was in honor of the I President of tho United States, to which Mr. Webster brieily responded. Thou followed toabts to tho Judiciary, the Army, tlio Navy, and this : Conslltvllonal Liberty to all .Ydtony if tU Earth upiortcd by christian faith and the mo rality of tho Iliblo. Mr. King, in giving the next toist, said it was ono to which cvory generous American would cordially rospond. lie, in common with others, whilo tlio Hungarian strugglo was going on, re joiccd in her mccess, and inounietl her tcinpom ry defeat. Wo honured those wlm Ftrui'eled. and vrero prepared to sacrifice all to obtain lib erty. Wo followed our illustrious guest in lua mournful ex.lo, weio tho first to cM on hm, to I return, and were the last that wero readv to to- I coivo him with open arms to the land ol.berlv and of hospitality. ' I The tout I "lie you is : I llungan,, rtpratnted in tht ptnon of our hon- i . . ..' v . ' w...fct.. .,.,il,i,.u,t-,iciluii wuiuiy io ue free by tho virtue and valor or her sons, the law of nations.and the dictates of justice. olikVilr-T .n.n.t at... i. i.,n i... ri...t:.. ... ... ' inand Uiat she shall have faimliv other tr.,l.. for independence (I.Uiu.i.stic cheering.) ' I o tills toast t.overnor Kosaulli rusnnmtnl follows! ' ,..,,.., .... hir: As once Cineaa.lhe Lpirole, htood among the Henators of Home, who, with an earnest I word of self conscious majesty controlled the , condition of tho worId,and arrested mighty kings In ttinir nmlnl.A,,. .....I. .1,... C.lt T ...I . " ... .v, H.UIMwu imub mil wi uiiiuiriiitiin and reverence I stand before you. legislators ol 1 the new oapUol that glorious hall of your pro- pie's collective majesty. The capitol of Ihe old yet sUuds, hut tho spirit has departed from it and "m ','!" t0 yours I"""61 hy 1110 'f ol' liberty, i mcuiu aianusn. UHitiriiuii irronuinoill ol llie Ira-' we gility or human things yours as a sanctuary ' ' In of eternal nr-hu. 'ihe old beamed with theiroi Mcuiu aianusn. iiHHiruiui inonumontoi llie Ira-' lustro of connuett, now darkened hv nnnruum,,' gloomy nighl yourtUeatiM with freedom's bright ray. The old absorbed tlie world by its own central iza.1 glory yours prutocu yonrovvnna. tlon.agimt absnrjition even by ,Uef. The old was awnu wiui irrcKtrictutl IKiwer yours la rrlo- ,Li. wi,l. . . . t .. .... f iwu. "Illl ilittlU IC.U1I.ICU lu AI till' t,a ,A ui . .i ; ' . .k ,,c,i ..i yutiai, litnnnnilv l.a. 'I , l... , I.I only iiitcndiieod wiih feUered liands, lo kneel at I the triumphant conqueror's list-Is to youra, the triumph of introduction is granted to unfortunate .........j ..uo. . w tiro wiu, uiwitiriuue was exiles, invited to tlio honor of u heat ; and where kings and &sas will never be hailed, for their' power. miel.L.in wai.i. .m,,.i... . ". . - ' - r----. w.v.fc ...w rvi.wuiOI chief of a down trodden nation is wule.t ... vnurnra.! It. I...'. . " " .. .,. , 1" i "r.. - Kuci, pieuieciv uecaums he is persecuted, helpless, and poor. In tho old. the terrible rt r.'cii was the rule in yours, pro lection to the oppreed. malediction lo ambiti ous oppressors, and ooriholation to the anquihed ina j..et cause. And whilo out nfil... ,.l,i ...... nuered world was ruled, you tnyours provide for the common confederative interests of a ternw Vf lrger lhaii the conquered world of the old. J here cat men boasting their will to to tlie sov ereign of Uie world - here ait men whobe glory is to acknowledge tho laws of Nature and o lNature s God. aud to do that their sovereign, the the people, wills. 6 Sir, there is hUtory in these parallels. History f put egos, end fiitory of future centuries mny ho ortrn re. orded in few vrvri:.-, Tim unali partirul'irs to which tlio passion of livmj trn n clinus with fervent ceal. na if the frctio finBers of man could arrest tlio rotation of debtiny'a wficcl tlieso pirticulitrs die away. It is tlio if suc trlncli makes (ustory, nnd that isduo is nltvnyfl ; logical. There is a necessity of consequences ' wRercvcr the ncccsity of position exists I'rin riples are the Alpha ; they must finish w ith O tnpp. and they will. Thus history may be told dfteii in few words. Ilcforo yet tlio heroic simp gle of Greece first onrrnjjed ymir country' sym pathy for tlio fate of fra-edom in Knrope, lin n so far distant, and now an near, Chateaubriand hap pened to be in Athens anil lio heard front it min :r t rased upon the l'rnpylti ruin, n TurkHi pneat, in Arabic language, m intnrin( tin- lapse nf hours to liic Christiana nf tiinrrwi's lutrn. What immense h rtory in ihrsmull fact of Turk ish Imaum crying out, " i'ray, man, the hour is running fast, and the judgment draws m ar." Sir. I hero is oiually rt history of fttttira ngea writlm in llie Iionor bcatmved by you to mv hiimblt' sell, Thr first (ioernor of independent llunrrnry, driven fmtn Ids native land by Itu-mian viol' me, , an nxlle on Turkish sn.l prntri'teil by n Mnlnvu j modkn Sultan against lite blood-tliirt nf Chris ttan tyrants, cant hark n prisoner to fir Ana hv i dipluinat-y, resrueil fiom his Asiatic pnon by , AinertcB, crossing the Atlantic, rhargrd with the j hopes of HumpeV oppressod nations, plcadinrr, I a poor exile, before the eople of tins i real ie ptlbhc li do n tiofi !-ti t'ounln's wioii'm, It-i luliuiiiie r iitiectiim vi lib the tate oflheKu roje,in roiitiiient, nnd with llie bwlilnes I a J'l-t r nir, rl ilurni,' the principle nf llie t'!ri- 1 n.in religion to be rietl to a law nf nations : , anil to see not only tlio boldness of tlio poor! exile foi given, but to see him ronoled by the ayntpiithy of millions, enrotiraged bv liiiliviilinls, assoeiatiotis meetings, 'tie- an I -tatr-H -i,;-poiteil by operntni' aid.aud gn t".l by ('"iiyri - and by tli - (ioi ririienl ns th"N' ili u'K gun. honored out ot geni ro-,ity, wi fith.it honor winch onl one mm before Inn) received and that man rec iird limn out of gratitude wild Iion or su h hh no potentnte e.-r can recent', ni d tins binrpiet here, anil the toast which 1 have to tlnnk j ,m tor; oh, indued, Sir, there is a Iti'tory of tiilure ugeM in all tin se f.iets. , i'-i, l!iuli 1 h.iv l!i a j,i , cipli i, ami thougli 1 have tl.e iii-piiii!i..ii . :' i Ut I It USf, Still I ll Hi' lilso tin; foll-clollilli nS of in p I'mhi.iI huin.lilj. ,i.r will I foiget wli.t H duo from mi to the foreign source nf mv pub lic c ipaeiiy, Tina I owe to my nation's iligtntv, .Hid, then-tore, respei ifiillv llninkiiig this ltigbiy 1 ilisiuigii shed nssembly, in mv country's name, I I h iv. tlio boldness to sjy that IliingarY well dmi.ves V'lll NVIiipHthv-Hint Iltllifiiuv I,h 'i cum to protection, because it ho. R iliimto iltirc. But na to myself, permit mo liuiiib,' t i ' xpien, that I am well aware not to h.ne in tli"-.o any rrwiiwl shai". Nay, I know that i vn lint vi h i Ii in igb seem personal in juur to n-t a in'i an ucknoa lodgement of nn historieul fn I u r'v UM'-ui'tively connected with a principle v iln ibfe 1 and tie ir In eveiy repitlilicim hejrt in ihe I niteJ Stat' s of A'uericii. Mr, you were pli,ucd to meiiliun in ymr loist that I am itncouipiereil bv rnistoilune nnd tinsedn ed by ninb.ti. Now it is i providenti'il f.iot, ih,u inii.rorlu .0 h ll. ' 'III- 1 pnvil. gu In ennoble man's mind and lo en ui in's iiarrfCtcr. I It 're m a sort of iptural instinct tlsgliil , III the lie.irt of e, n. ,i l. I. -i... of Im ih rv -g" ' III' llll er of l.ol 111 ll' 11.1 1. ' 'I ll. itil Ihe In Ivenitv p.it n i I 'Tolls w Tien- Is ul pythology. 'I lie pi tt) j m . f i , , oaris have ot'tcn benl the ch ii .i i. i , i,, n . ,t groat iiiisfortuni'M seldom. 'J'h ieis, s . ;, r in this than in grout good In- I, ; ,n, I , . . , turn, I, indeed, never was ul.l i,, t i, I. i . , , how anybody can more love n Am. n to , ,-, ty. Hut I am glad to state n h-o n , il principal denionstriitu.n of llwi inllm i ( - ,, , imtitutions i xoreiso upon thccliaijcii i , We IIuugariaiiH arc very fondof the p ,t- -of municipal self-government, and wo h ive n in turi.l hotror against the principle of centralis, tion. That lond attachment lo municipal self, government, without which there is no provincial Ireedoin possible, is a fundamental feature of our national character Wo brought it with in frn1 far Asia, a thousand years ago, and we conserved it thr mghout the vicissitudes of ten centuries. No nation has perhaps so much struggled and fufl'eu'd from the civiliied I hriMutn wo. 1,1, .is we. We do not couiDliiin of i.o, l..t ft ...., be heavy, but It It nut imrlarioiis. U'l..r.. il.L cradle of our Saviour stood, anil where lua div ine doctrine was founded, there now another filth rules, and the whole of Europe's armed pil grim age could not avert th.s f,itu from th it h.i crud iKt. nor stop the rushing waves of l il.im ism absorbing the christian empire oft 'otistantino. We stopped those iiislong v..ives 'I lio breust of my nation pioveda breuk water to them. W e guard d (.'lirieteiidom, that I.uth"rs or Cmvins might reform it. It was a dangerous tune, nn.l me mngorso! tlie time otlen placed the ...i.ti.l. enoe of all mv nation into one man's h , ml. ami ,lle'r rn'''deiici; gavu power into his Inrcls .. Vpw . lint there was r.ol a hliigle in.st.inoo in 'e-l, iv wheie a man hoi.oied by h.s people', contitlon,-'. h;'d deoeivod his people by becom iur umb limit , in- iii.tii oni oi wiioiit nim.-Mun e.ploui.icy m:o ceeded in making the murderer , f ,,s nitmn's conlidenoe he never had it ; was r.ttber r. gnrd ' od ul mi) i. wilh diHtmst. Hut he gun,, , j victories when vn-toru s in re the moment's t-, f .necessity. Ah the head of an nrn.v : o,ion, stances placed him in th run t itv lo tn.n l,.s country nut lie never had tho pio,.l 's eonfid 1 once. So, even he is no contradiction to the histoncul truth, that no Hungarian whom his na- j tion honored with its eoulidenen was ever sedu- i cetl by ambition to become dangerous to h.s I country', liberty. Tint is a remarkubht fact, and ' vet I is nut accidental, ll is tho logical i-onae- 1 quonce of the inrlueiice of institution- mum the lution.il character Our nition, through all 1L1 Inatory, ttuedij-i cated in tho school of iiiumcip.il aelfguvern I twiit, and in tucli a country, ambition, having no Hald, has also no place in man's charai ir M'h., I truth of this doctrine becomes vet more illustra ted by a nuite contratv luatorirsl ttil'l in I Vi .vi- Whatever have been ihe changes of (iovern- 1 ' ' .f? ", y' '"v" fc' J. ",u C' "f. " "nven,,, , n"tonl'"t n,'d "iul. nnd ,., '.'"". and tho H. storal,,.,, ; centraliiati,,,, V" " d,""ul u,"e ' I .unce. low,.r ' , " '""'"f 5 " Pience ., ,,vs veste.l aomevv here, and reniarkulile m, e, I.V, !.., .... . , ,1,,., ,u I e "l'"L1 t.t" " " . " ,!"'n to his personal i single innii to the seat of sacntic ,1 h.s country'., frie """ 1 . I" rMnnai aiiinmon it .- soofol. "T" ' . " T. " ."" "" -ii'reme veiiiinoiis plant ot nmlnl ..n tin v,.s. confideiilly atlinu th t m v."ir ..,,.-,i , biains Ii m t u r pjt-eil the tin uei,t u, ,t i. vt ih to raise the peal of hm ni.b 'i n ruim of vmir ioihiIiv'h liberty. Ii i. such a w iLh is ii.,pt.,,ible u, l. nitetl I 1 ilue i rt i it i y 1 11 111 . Ill I. I 1 s. iiiHiiitnioii-t react upon me cliar.ti t. r of u itious He who n.tia the wj ,n r,.,, ,, tor) u th ie oi.it mi of I'rov id, 'I'm. vj. iiiigli'y rubs bv it uhII.ms, nt ,.,,'v il,.. n,j. H nil" but the 'moral world, tini , , -ylm M prut, qde ami ever) principle is u law " M, n i.s wen as nations are endowed with free w II t,, oose a piuiciple, but that once Uio.scn. n , i ronm tiuences uiunt be kbidtxl. With h. !i . erimieu! is freedom, und with freedom is iiimi and pirtiioti.in With cciilralizjtion is audi. lion and with ambition dwi lis ,iiikiIis.. Happy your uicat country, ir, for being t. vvaru.ly adiliitedto thitt ,;re,!l pi.ncij ,.,, h giiveri'.ment, I'pou till. I. iin,) id ,n v , or l'h, 'wi. - ' - o u iioiiii-- iu ii?i-ui'iii ur-'ic glorious tii m ,. world nits ever x en. l oon , ... ' till, follllillitloit , i have develotied it into a living wonder ol t' . world. Happy your gnat country, sir, lb. i n vya el, , t.-d by tl0 bb ssuig ol the Lord, to pr ve I the I'loru.in macli.'uhililv M i'P,l,.r ,,, , ot iiihiiv Miven . State rights and gn "lutes, u'l coiistrv iiiu fu ir ti il,. io ... ... .. ' " ' "' m.iini, i ' " Ullltt - ll 111 Olio i OVt'TV .tH" lleH III 1 1, "l W . I ll ll . , , ).,.. I i......i' .... "'"""i " " " n ' "" Colwl. ,.Hol ,,. Mini canopy ITp.w this foundation your fiee oouutry has grown to a prodigious power m a urpriing brief (x-riod. ou havti aUracted power in UiaL Vour principles wall conquer the world. Hy a glori ous example of your Ireedoin, welfare and Mitur ity, mankind is ubout to become coiiacious of iu. ami. I ho leson you give to humanity w ill not be lout, and the re.pect for Sitae rights in ihe I'ederal Government of America, and in it. several State.-, will becoino an instructive exam ple for universal toleration, forbearanco and juattce, to the future fctatea and Republics of sujvijra-;a Upon this basis will bo got rid of the mysteri ous queitwu of language end rutionaJitlce, rata- ed by tlio cu.mirg d' spots m I'.ur pe lo rr'v rl ibe'riv. nnd the smaller Sinles will find B'c ii itv jn the principles of federative union. bib- they will concrvo their national freedom by tho p-iii nitn. nf nferoimi aelf.eMr.ri,nunl . nn.t i.lilln larger .States, abdicating the principles of con- senso of dtitv would shIUco. Theiofore, when I traPizatioti. vrill cease to be a bloodfield to san- hope, it lias nothing in common with that desper guinarv usurp.vtion, and a tool to tho ambition of ate instinct of a drowning man, who. half sunk, wicked inon, municipal institutions will tnmro .still grasps at u straw for help. Nu, when I the development of local nsrlit ular fleuienti.. hope, there is motive forthat hope. I'rccdoin, lormerly on abstract political theory I have a steady faith in principles. I dare say will become the Itou'chold benefit to muniripnli-thnt experience taught mo the logic of events, iti ties, and out of tlio welfare and contentment of connection with principles. I have fathomed all pirts vvt 1 flow happiness, peace and sectiritv for the whole. That is mv coo'el' I hone 'I In 11 will at otlcc niliel the ll'.i ' i it m - c t (iermnn's fate. It mil In con e (he le ,m i I IluroiM' not by nieitmir Norlh (ier-ini.v I nt Southern fraiue, or the South into a .Northern not bv ftbaorbing hisionea! pecitliant es, bv o n - trnli7ed omnipotence not bv mixuirr in one Slate, but bv federating several sovereign States lino n I ntnn line onrs I pun t .nni.'nr mi'- w ill like place the "national regent t itmn t the Mitvonic ritnt s. alio not upon the h icnleg'ont. idea of pansl.'.v tsm, eipnvah lit to the onin'poiencc ol tlio I r. ir. I nou a similar bums mil we fair Italy independent and fiee. Not I'mty, but t'nion, will ami muni Int ome llie watchword ol national bodies, severed into desi orated limbs by provincial rivalnes, out of which a (lock of de spots nnd rinnnion seuiimb mi.-. . To be sine, it n ill be p. l.le t i!1 - vuir Lrn .it Itr p'iblie, t i f'l ihltth' n: r il Pitlui ll' e ot vonr elorious c x ituple h'i i pornti d ri pro. hi eing this happy development m inaukiiurs uesli in ; and I have ri"' tin "lightest doubt of the of fu ft v of vour cxutnnle'H influence. Hut lie re is one thing indispensable to it. without which there is no hope for this luppy issue. Tins in- Hisprn-vable thing iJ, that t'ie oppn -s, ,1 , ,i u of I urope bei oi,i" the inas'ers of the, r future, re to regulate (h' ir own ilomest.c concerns; nnd to secure tins, notliuig ,s Wrtti;..,; hut to h ivr- that f-nr pi iv to ail, rim! fin nil, winch v. it. Sir. m vour tu ist. me ple'ised lo pronnuM o us n right of my ii ition, alike siiictiotied bv tin law of na - lions, and the dictates of enternal justice. Without tins fair nlav. there is no hone f" Kn rope- lin dope ot si e-tie Vo'll nil- i 'ours i ii Inppy e. untiv, .jent,. I. -i I .. o,i lie n 'mm p!. u . o.i lrn! i t liv' -nil (rtmi I niope in vour Mingt n mi. 1 1 "'en mile pi ndence, winch, ont'o in hirvrd, ) .u s() w isely i. I ns to hot nine a prouigv ot trerooui nnd wel lire, mid it book of life to the n ilnuis. Hut we, in r.nrope, we unhappily have no such fair play our great Republic 1 the jour, humble, un Wilh ns, against everv palpitation of liberty, all j pretending exile. Is there not a very intelligi dosmrs are united m a c niiunnn league, nnd you j Ide tuttmli t jtion ol I'rov idem e in it -the nmr. umv be sure di spot.s w ill n vei yield to the moral " ht ll 1 reiuember lh.it the name ot vour hiimhle. inilueiit t of i .hi gri nt e.xii.i nlo Tin v hate the verv exi-tfiice of this example II w the sotruw ot their thoughts nun the mi u'm-. ol' tle'ir dn nms To slop Us nn ir il infill' nt e al.i eid, and to clit ck its spienh-ig di velopiiii iits at home, is what they w:-h iii-trrt. of yielding to na inllu. rice. We li'ive n i ft ir play. Th" I'esMti k nlreio'v rules, bv IiOtiH N.tpo'eon's ustirp-it'on. t. ihev-n bo-n ifs ,,f ihrj Atlanti1 N - an. tin . !' '. i n r g 1 1 a t -1 ti -men -i.w . 't o oi. .. 'i.,en. lo t ' i - i 1 I iv ot I i - ' v -1 ag .il.it-! 1 ti.it I i i . 1 1 . i .e.i . t ,.- . .It w 1 I h Ins I. i -.1. Ml i oil. ". . , . . 1 to I',' i. I l'o 1' o ,. .1 ' I , I III ' V I- t. M I . U Ii ,1 I. i I in. '- ll ' ' I ) w I an! c p -Hi 'll,. . I' n th t . p, 11 t .-11. , I to,'. I I, III , ' ot ill" ' I ' OH li.ll.il M 111 it n J- " ' ' t j u hen he tv 1 ,iii t m -.an ..v , o a ho of r, a i -i i' r- in i , , , M ,. I'i 'h Th '.. i v -v ',ii-,i,v tv Ii i n I I ititl. ni.fl w ik i p. i ted to meet In ie i- t' i,s nun tin. i , ii n i ..ii- of n i (e .fs w in l,e no ' 'I'll b -.ni I...H lllll,, " .11 ll I'olll . W'O H I, Ml lil tin. 'i to ns ,n 1 imp. t'i ie he no I lbll m. i,e t h I hop. . tl.i.' no n I ,i, i cm 1 1 -i- 'o n,n t, 1 1, ii,,i , - ,r i , wioll ht-ie. i t, lie n aiid mv flint r t of Mi. ti'vu.'v. w ,. h ol I ' e ', in I I. U" Al,. , II-'Mi'i 'll till. I , I ll. t. power on i itih to 1 1 t'ie when tie ,. ,.i.. a., io i to ' ' ,'e piayor, :. I i. ', i" . . V. I. .t u , to tlie op-n, --. -1 l', - t , ,,t piav ! '1 1-.' it t i- ri I'i" I, f 1 ui ( '. (ienllemi n. f know wneie I si uel. no i nt oi.ra 'ig ni'iii:,.-.'!. t, m forget w bei. I - ,rtil, ti, 'I w i ,t - . i V HI. Ill ro . , ,, , 1 , - ,, , v on .11 ', our it i-i . "i t ' ' i u I I'i il w h. I, , i. , , . , pi i I an I in) nu : , i ' . t .,, it nn..'.-. ni In- i i i , 1 i I 'v ill tin-!' r- 1 1 ' i " 1 1 t. ni, v lib ili-v , ti, n ' ( e , s ' s, i ht. I ot . nl, n r u ion. I . i i . i ol. people. In vi ui I i Hot one s.iij.o w i. I. v . 1 .if J t . ay oil' i, i . ,1 me i ' ii in intr tuisn i i -. . . i , llo!,e-l. I.ltled enpl f l I i' cl n .i lis t'f : f i i s , . , ! III. I i mhlig nlinerj, ol i , I , I uiopejii oiui'in, nt. mhI I ' , -, ', hepi ,i mid w isln s i, h., Ii ii -i 1 onto 1 1, n; Lnt us p, tur ; Stall , us a nv,er on earth, lit , I -I i .1 I. lo hl.itoKinen, K'i"itoi nnd lx-g -i pnbl.c. only ti I'soertain, fnii,. t 11, expt'iioiire. what is their jndg nt np,.n a qm turn of liRl.rill i law ami inlernal. n.i'l n-,l,i. I lionet!, i.ntl now ,oie. (hut they km, by ll .on liodti!.' i it tits on the i tn..r I'u ni contiiiont. I' 1 1 induei il to proi.t nine in tin. e the, r vote it- bunt lb it law mill those rights, tied I hoped and i hnpe thai pronounc.iig tin. r vet", it ml! be ini',,1- or nt the bro i,l prut ip'.s of ii!ciii'.i on.il pi,, t tc und otiiL-jii nit w.th thin- ripublici.ti ti'i-ti tutions and tin ir demoeiutic lite 'J h it is nil I know and Kurojie l.nown, the i.,i'ni use weight nl such a pronuncialHiii lioi.t nifh a p c. Ihi; inverhii! I the impious wish to tiy lo entangle this great Republic into dilheullies u; iii.sistotii Willi ils own wi-lltue, it own neouiitv, ltd own inure i. i idimr r.MK'iil, rtiv nn, t ,iii si v , n i.iieiitini ii war on 11,15 licootll.t livv lirooimlrv hv,, I'll-. 11 is inieriy impn-sinie. IIIlil I meie plritin 1 nlwi'V- ii chired that Ihe I'nil, il S'.it in tun il in ir'i is ot the,r .iclit ie,. uml nm ' i very i -.stem CirCtllllSI.IIMIJ Hill Ul't S tin V wit ii lue supreme duties to tin im:,v en. Hut 1 1 cuusts at the country and .ill our pi. plMi. thit shiiI and s.i.i.thit mch a ilii liiiint. f pnuei- day lived upon the coast thero was uot a read pi s would instill' to the in.t ons of ll irope fuir mg man who did not toil .hunger, bolder, atnl r " ,., ri in. intireontt- out i le-t ms.- the i, not r-och a power as nr It. pol , i will L .a ii p i ti ,1 , , n win i si 1 I in I b lilt. .1, ,-i 1 I t.o s will f I cli, i rod in 111 atri ii(.tii I maintain tl. iiiei loan im iliron on ti o ii I v t . 'i 'i 'e in in i -mieiiso p ,t' mi p. - . pp e,-i , na- si 'ui on at d doubled i.eciMinof th.-ir A- ni u I" null" wuli their II the III- 11 of bl II1JJ rir'iit, wi en (ins ui.. lit.' yours ; win n th is sin, tinned hy h mt ii ii ton bu.l.ng ftitifo w II he- c 111 i I'resi nt. theie IS ttll lln it, .use tie' I ;,r ale tlleVollMe .Hill SHIIIilthv. Iit.,11, ll,e iriv- ol in,- bro nl pi ,in iple- i i ,m in, tion, I ii.ii", pit'i . tin, , t m t i, t-imtuirv t, onr p, oploV colla-itivu ui.ijoiity. So ii.uv.li iJeimrj ,IH. a. g i mat niistiiidcrs! ,uding. iSir, Iinont lervently thank von for the ack now I. tlenieiil ihu it) loiin'iv has pitmn wur lliV lo be fll'O. S, gelllleu , n. I Ii ol .l ollll III mv n it on 1 1 1 1, ir ,i t 'i , In mi-iu, I. a , f troi'dom . 1. 1 v '..lin , in .1 1 how w ilh n verenli il mvo be -I hi Tie t!t i 'e. t.i I'lovnl w.n. Ii i.ljoid mv .niiiliv into po-ltloll in I, v lliit.ni U I nou in muepciiiii i,oe, tntrc .s no pohsibility lor hicAim riii.l the iiiil. i..iidinio ,f nal.on-nntlie lur.ipi'iiii lonnu .ul Kvon wht now in Trance a. i.'.out lo pass, provis Ihe tiuiii of this. l.vtrv disnpi itid hope with wbnh Kurope loti't. .1 toward I'i .in i- i, u ,1,-grei more ,ul led to lin mil "'tjiu i ol liiinga.v to tin woil. I. Unoii vh. J-.-.H. -.v., tiiujju, ,I1U Ul , ISIlf U!l -it j nil t hrioteiuloui. There will be fought the decisive battle for tlie independence of nations, for atate rights, lor international law, and for democratic liberty. We will hyu free, or die like men; but ehunld my jieople be doomed to die, u w ill be the tir.1 wheo death will not be recorded oa sui cide, but ns a luartyidom for tlio world; and fu ture aged will mourn over tho sad fate of tho Magyar race, doomed to perish, not because wo deservod it, but because in tho nineteenth cen tury there was nobody to protect tho laws of na ture, and of nature's God ! Hut I look to the fn tuiewith confidence and witli hope. Adversi ties, imiufold, of a tempest-tossod life, could, of "in-sv not fail to impart a in.. Ii of cheer). s. nesi upon m-. IjJJ- h n svu-c of oy, it nt l.a en-frJTte.inty against s ingnine illu- , sions. I, form', would not want tlio hojve 1 of SllCenaa for lloimTWltat i tlCllt III 1110. 1 llO I lb" "Mire bottom ol l.lls mystery, ami was, i per. ive, tint right in my il( ui itioti tnere, ' . i 1 . :"V life. I -iiiposed a principii o i i-t n u ".iin qmirti r, whore, indeed it" pinuipl.' 'Ves to exist It was a horrible mistake m.l -i.lted in a humble ii-stie. The present con non of I'.uropo is a very conscipience of it ; it precisely tins condition of Kurope pp vis. I i b did not waiitonly suppose a principle to exist i wnere i lonnu none ramu o'" v 'I '"' conseipn uces could not have lnbiltoiii as I have ronteilltilatcd lllein wi II. I here is a I'ro'. idiiii'e in everv tact. Willi out tins mist ike. the principles of Aim noun lie. ( I pnbllcainmii would for it long time yet find a si. rue soil nn mui comincm. " neie . i -i lred wisdnm to belong to the I n in h si liooi Now, matters Ftand thus : I hat either the con-1 i nent of J t i r I " has no future al all, or th lu ' i ' is Anieiniui republicanisin. Ami whoton'il 1 "heve llnil llin e hundred millions ol thsl i on '.nent, who h is the mother ot civilmt.uit, are not to have any future at nil Mich a doubt ; would be almost bliit-phomv against 1'iot idciici . Hut tin re is a I'lovindeni-e, Huh 'i a just, a t ' "tini.tiii rrovi ice, i trust, nun im- pi.-ty m my religion in ! I dure ty oiy very humble -i If was a cei.'iiiinl institi nt of it. How oiild I he i ;c. in sin h a condition nn I w as--1 lioi n not cm.spK noils by any pioniuienl abihtii liav inp nothing in me nioie than nu iron w ill. ' Ii i h nothing i in bend, and the cotiscmustn i-s ' f being right, how could I, tunb i the most ar ( ! i''ioiii circiimsi in es, ai cnuiplu-li nianv a thing . j w luel, my si nse of honest duty prompted me to ( ' mulrrtalo ? ; t Hi, Shun is, null . il, a rrov lueu.-e wiuon rules, i vi n in ii. I en g In ri , when four inmiilr ago I ' "l-V't'i Tlsoner of llie . agile of 1' a i rt I'O in i!i sp.-ts, mi lur Amii aid the t-yu pathy "loci your giorious people m-iior me w itli ami ihe 1, gh born hi ol the wi Icon.e ol vour t'oi.gnss, find j ! the honoi to be vour guest to be the j,u- si of j but th mkl'il guest, is, bv the liitn.us i.tge ot inc litrian tv rant, to the gallows nniii il. Vniir ,:t iieioi.it) is gn at, nn.l loud your pio tr fcti t.on nf republican principles agiiint-t d rtit- 1 uiii I tnnily trust lo those principles ; ami re ly, ng tiin tins very fact of your g( neros.lv. I te'tv be pf-i-iii!'-"'d to s"V. th .t respectable or guiil :h life pus- win ni, st then whi ii -in II'. nil. oil 'll .1 I e.,ls ,i e, I ii. v , o, one hlllil I'lo I Colls ,i o. I II, V it'iire. 1 i onli.-ei trust th it Ihe . I , III ,l ." 15 i ni t- i i .V I J . 11. Ills' - I ' - . ' ' ' ) th i.r I . i I I .1 i . pe Ion Ii ti.r. s t .. II IHI Hilt .1 111 ,1. I I.' 1. I I I'd I" I ' r - 7"i v r V ' ' i , - I - 1 1 ' i w ii-ii i, i :' : t i ; i ; -it ; -' t'. I. is it rt S , Ir II - 1- ,t I' 7,1 V. IV? in r hi- .. .'. n lie v, i ielit I s ; . 1 1 ns 1 ir a -ii.l as highly nop i- ln; ol 1 ' t in ll - ow II 'i .' Ill ! of 11 J. . ,11,. o ,r Ion n 'I ll- M I, - tli.il ,ir : . .1 -'ill ,1 1 . II.'.,'"). . mi m.i 1. i i. n 'I t a.U luoi ' ' out i' 1 1 ' o (. IV I'll 'ie . Th It , ht to he --. 11" ol ins n it , 1 i o ,t . , i l Vi -Ii l-oin ai'T.i.,' In- irt in ' !'o I III'! '" ..III lltl, '111 11 e. - l o' all Ins ill tiiii t'on. II. -m -liti-i tj bv tin ..mho no s ll ,s In en v e'i t :ut 1 to tie I 'nil. il Si ,.. s ! V I. - nt til" two II, 1- , Mr , lll.il tie m Icon,. ft Mill nl !l. I Its I I K I ' . .1 '. w .In .1 1 ill., proil, .11 I,-. ' 'lie. ,.-l 1 : llt.u-, I I. 1.1 i I lit Ii. ' . i'i V ' i I .1 ill lliii wi .st ! I I I , Ai I In I W ell V I t p -I tit. 1- r t Ine s. ion t,) ii,,- ti, , , ,n i im- i , - oil I. n i ii.' '.. ; pi I .or, 1 I, ,':"i!' i ,11 ie ' .ii 1 i .... t " b ' lo ' ! ,i I ,t I,,,,. , Ii ( Volld Ihe e, t in ;,. all- n r , re o'tr -ii iiii'ioles a, nl om sontimt nts ;o in !..!!) uii'tiiown or e. in nillv i '- "litrn are i fit r 'ri l.i ll im go to.th It t it be home on lb w in, ol be.tv ii tlut Ihe .sympathies of th . tjovern the U in i il Mules, ,1,,,! ,,11 t, p,.Mp.tf ,jf , ti St.it. s, h-ive been ullu, ted tort.mis motit , I Ihe fi.i il, I, nugg.ieg tor n.iiion.tl met p. in', i ,-o. mui ,,tv ii.l.s th,, I lit r sons w ,,i I, , v . i , t dlstiiifrntslmd tlitiiui hi.s in tb.it .iinia Gie.it applause. " 1 have said that this cannot be without its i-f- foot. We are too much Inclined to underrate the power uf moral inlluuiice and tho influence of public opinion, and the influence of pruici pies to w Inch great men, the lights of (lie world und ot liie age have given their Miictnin. Who doui.ti. th it, ill our ow n struggle for I bertv and imb pontlertce, the niaiesi c eliniuenoe of'fhat- htm the protound reasoning ol Hurke, the burn- nig .nine and irony ol Col. Hani', had influences upon our fortunes here in America r They h.id mllii'iict-s both ways. 'I uoj tended, in the lirnt place, miinowliiit to dimuiii-h the cntilidi nee ol the llr.tish Miiostrv in their hopis of Bn, ,,., , utti i.uiluig to Kuhpigati; mi injured p, npl,-. Tin bail inrii.etice uiiiither way, b- caii-o all alone the inor. iieiernsarwil HI voe assertion ot tnu vnri.ts whin Ih 'so exhilarating i.cioni.H Imm' Hie two Hoiiws i.l full mi, out leacln d I, ,n fn Voin I Ihe seas. He telt that thirae who held nnd rontrnl'ed public opinion ilni-wbere w,re with us; that their words nf eloquence might produce an effect in the region where they were uttered ; 1 nu, boovo an, nicy ussureu ineiii ttiot, in the judgment of ibe ju.st, and llie wise, and the nu pint. 'I, their outieie was just, and they were right ; md therefore they said, We will light it"oul to the las'. 'Applause. Now, gentlemen, another grot u iit.iko is koiiieiimi s in nle. e think that noth ng is pnw -i rl ul enough to stand b.-lure iniltoi.it . , nionan Ii real, or uefiotie. power. There u aomethnig , strung iiiongh, quite strong enough, and it prop- i erly exerted will prove itself no, uml thil is the' lower of intelligent public opinion m all the m tioiis of the t irtli There is not a mnnan h t i arth whose throne is not liable to be nlukeu bv the progress of opinion, nnd the oentiuii nt i ,, the just ami intelligent part of the peopli li beeoiiies ll-. o, the faLitioii til. i'i, to. !.l ... ' . that public opinion, so lar as we lorui it, imve j free course. II ravo, bravo. Let it go out ; i. t ii be proiinii . od in thunder tunes ; let it op,,, the curs t the deaf ; let it open the ejes of th I blind ; and let eveiywhere be proclaimed l.,i 1 wo of llin gn ut Hequblic think uf llie e, ner.il I nriiiiinie ol human liberty, uml of rl.-.t n whi. ii l abhor. Amilause i lien I ..... on it, gcntlriucu, that between these two nv.,1 j !iwers, ihe autocratic ioiver maintained by arms i and force, and tlie popular imwer maintained bv I opinion, the termer is coiiilanlly decreasing, ami, I tln.uk Ood, the latter is cnnstanlly incrwisiiio Applause. Hual hiiman liberty and human nghu aro gatnuig the ascendant; and the part which we have to actm all this great drama is, to aliow ourwlves in favor of tho rights, to urn hold our abceuduncy, and to carry it on until we shall see it culminate in the highest heaven over our heads. I Applause. On the topics, gentlemen which this occusion seems to invito, I have uothmg to say, because in the c.inrse of my polittcnt life not now n short . some farts from an intelligent writer, nm that one -I b ve sud all that I wish to say, and all ' wrib r n 1 uly. She must of course bo great nu that I wish to transmit to posterity, connected 1 thority. She nays i with my own name and history. What 1 said of, " I lie Hungarian nation linbeen tlistinguisli- (.reece twenty-five years ago, when our friend was Inn vounir to bo m political life. I repeat to night, vrhuvi post rrionm, exactly what I said then. (Grout applause 1 What I paid of Spain nt n later pel led, nli n the power of tho restored lloiirlmtis was e.ti rti d to impose upon Spain a dynasty not wished b. the people of Spam, that I repeat in IJnglish.'aud Spanish, and Trench, and in every other language, if they choose to translate n. ( pplaose. V.n I b so i , ..t sin-1 1 as to say, Hut I have I , 'i-.n-r i . , 'i. - upon the nibjeet of lluiie.i l, '- In. en in the lllltillllll of the eir bo I ri h-', i. it nl b illh, and retired hi my pnien- I il ho mining tin; mountains of Now llimp- s.i.ro, I was, by n a son of my physical condit.nn, i lined to my house ; but 1 was among tlio liioiiiit iiiis w hose native air I was born to in stil, e . iin'liim' - .lire 1 mv s 'Uses, notli.i.g i lint ' 1 ll, In III. I ol mv i llllllionts, but fieeilnlll. t'l'l an 1 , o'lt.i' . i p!' 'is- .j and tin Me. getitleiin n, 11' ir l!i ' '.-rive nt ,nv ni' esters, I vi rote a Ii tli r. wh , li i ost nf ton nny have seen, ndilri.stil to the j ( h.nge des A tin lies. Grout ai'pl.iusc, wind1 wi runt i lined lor some tune. lean siynotli iiiij of the ability displayed in that l"lter; bill, as to its r nuclides, while the sun nnd union on nun . "11, 1 win, I i 'ii no the light of the -nil ami 'Ii-' i, .... . I st ,n,l , tin m. (in 1 'p plot . In a b 1 1 i-i tl it, d I'i bru ii v I is', nn v , I hi lb, -" consul, i-ttions, whilihnve itill.i, ',' ' ,' nil the ('Inistnn woild, unking no paili.in.,i nn i I of il. I inltlressetl a Ii llm to the Ann , n' hi Mmi-ttr at oiiHt.intiliop'e, at tli" Co .lit 1 e Sll'illllie 1'orte, for the lelicf of M l.ol Is ,n si Til ,itnl his companions m o lo; nn I I hapj., n t know th it th, t lel'oi u;,s nol w ,'1, .ir olfei't ) a'lV I ite it I- in. nor I'M I I. " ' , i- v, thil th.- i for an, I thai " lo wh cli I I i b- t'ofo al 'tb d. weri ile-jciti !n d w 'h ill I approbili n ol the I'nsmVnt nt the I'li.n 1 Mitis It mi, titer 'lino, wi fir the .ifl nl t,n (ioveiiiuienl of llm I li 1 1 'il Stales lu it- i.vm tivo cap icitv . Now, I (hull not firth, r ndvett to tin -i to,, is I, t grit, nor shall I go bin k t.i ancient time. Holy A'li-inci avow t il bv n l-'it. in th" r-utiscqtieiit di anil d'scuss tin' provisions of the but I s iv Hint in Ihe -i n' nts , I think in tho year l-'-'-i 'ins,- i f tin occ, and in ill ' i l.ii itions of itpinioti, there i- i.n I In.t whiih 1 o. in never nop, irt finin w ithoiit th p rt n.i from uivell. I should cease to be w iiat I nm. if I were to retract a single sentiment which ha boon ornressed on these several occasions. Now gentlemen, I do not propose.at thin hour' nl the liiirht. to entertain you. or uttemnt to enter - tain ou. In any jent ral disquisition upon the val ue ol huiniiii IVt-t .loin. 11)1011 the lniiln niible riL'ii' -of mui. i r upon nny general topics of the km.i ; but I wish to say a ft w words Umn the pn t is.' question, as 1 understand it, that ovists boloro th civiliyed vorltl, between Hungary nnd the ,iis. tran Government. I wi-nto arrange tho thoughts to w h ob I des ie to give ntteiut.ee under mo or tin ' eei oral Im tl-. And i- in il V ' . i ;ii . I H,iy, thai w 'n H v , r 1, i, n 1 , , lll".l w,- 1,1 , , ,' v- , t,er-. i .'- t -, n '.e ii'id w ,1, , i . ll in li'. lie i'u ..tl' in' ii. one gr 1 tt i .il fi. . ' oi s ,.r f. ,11 tm n w llltbu- s I' i - 'h.s sen' men: ot' t om lilt'. In ift-, ,.l:.l e,,-, ,s mi,, i js ; ii i, I i , it - nt i'.,t-ni ol ci ,,n iin- ..p. rt nn i ' .inn !i 'j-. .in. 1 1. II r -n ( is II vv , our I' H Let Ii llie (i vt '1 if ii l il l ' ' 'in o:i e-irlli Ins onn Irion, il iirrin ion' o' lu- V li. s , ,, s , 1...U l..o is not m 1 1, it I'ow er . r i i o's,..' T'i . . i if ,. nit -..', S III i 'VI ,,', I - , , II , , li-oli 1 1 . r 'he ( : , oi, 1 1 r ' -,. .r,i T in- ti, le 1 Hi i . a 1 , "I an , , It i . IK I ll '. Hi 1 , : bm i al I i I' ii.oii t i t on t.'tite n I, it on. 1 onn nor ition of die n, ,, p. pi. I ilion of llin mo y . . , ,' I ilt-s' ami in n-t siitho-,' , i : Ot II I, on thi ol' t I'liiihc m. 'is ,,t Austrian st it, ,-.. th ,t ,,f , In r : !t omit tho details and gu e tin-si,, '-'i-. 's.i.l..-iiTil Slavonians. -,l( o.Ji.li Genn.iir,, j4 iMV iiiinchiaiis, a.ai?,;jio Szeklers, 250,000 Jews and otheis, 'J7'2,!iCO Grand Total. I,s;i;,l7o lly a still more recent account, taken from the official at-itislics of Auntria, it ajjH nrs that liun gaiy. inclii hng Tnttisylvaiii i and .Military i'lon tiers, his If .UOt) sqiure miles with Il,5t0,Ot'O inhabitants, and coiiUius t'lties. I owns. Villages, lvo.n.iii Catholics, Greik.-, Prokitants, Jews, re.s 111. I IHI n,(,(i0.lllrU 4,000.1.1 0 y..'iii.oto y."ii,( ovi iiune iry is i. limit the ti7f of Great l!rit;.i,i, nil coniptohoiids nearly half of the territory of Aunnu. It is ulnted by another authority that the pnn uliiti n of Hungary i. nuirlv ll.tuuh. 0: lint of KiiL'land, (m IHI nearly ' l.r.,U'U,(,JOt tout , f rriis-iu obout lli,l!ti,( l,n. '1 Inn it i . Mib nt ilmt, in point i f p,,v i r. m tar us pnw t r depends on popul.tUon, ilinL-,iv possess, s j.,1 mm , j ,wtr 1IH j-;i,m1ii ' ,r,, ,7, ,' even a the lingil,,in ol I'riiss ,t ', j there is population enough there are lie n, people enough. W ho, then, are they r The tlii' l from the nations thai iviirround the are ill i. I I.' , ure ill-Inn i f.-,tin tho Auatruns on tho w.st, an I the Turks on th" east ; and I will si), n, t', next pi. co. tint they ure nn tnlirhlint'l nil.on. lin leiio in -:r husiorv ; they hive tie ir tnd tion--; Kiev .ire utt.iehi d to 'their ow n rist.in tion, -iiietitut.vii,, whtcli have existed lor more man a iiiuusaml vedrs, Giiitleiiien, it n remarkable that, on tli" went 1 ern coasts of Kurope, political light exist I here is a sun in the political ti inament. and in i sun Miscls Ins light on Ihos-' who art nl !- ' t 'i oy it. Hut in Kastern iliirono, L" nera,iv spt.ikug, nnd on the eonlim-a between Kuoten. I'1' "'"! Asia, tin ro us no political sun in tin llv . anon. It is all an arctic zone nl political1111 l.tc. I Applause. The luminary that ulu-lit-1 "' en the world in general, seldom rises there n- i 111 bme llm horizon. The light which they p,to3, fts j n at bi st . repuscular, a kind of twilight, ii'nlj'i they nro ttii'lfr the necessity of groping about to j f Ii . ..ti .,, a i 'it y may, any ktray gleanns of the Im-hi oi day. Hear, hear. Gentlemun, tho country ot which your guet to-night is a native Is a re markable exception. She has shown through her whole hi.lory, for many hundreds of year, uu attachment to the pnucipltls of civil liberty and of law and of order, and obedience tu ill,.' constuutum which tho will ofth- groat majority have established This is the fact ; and it ou-'lit to be known wherever the queetion 0 t10 practi cability of Hungarian liberty and independence are du-cussed. It ought to be kuovni that Hun gary stands out far ubovo her neighbors in all that re.pccta frco institutions, constitutional gov ernment, and a hereditary lovo of liberty. fAn-plaue-e.l ' 1 1 Gentlemen, I have taken the pain- to prepare cd from its timt appearanco in history for uniting to a nassionalo lovo of liberty a scrtiiiiilotis rev ereneo for law The Msrrvnrfi did not enter llin I plains of Dacia an undisciplined rabble. Prom Hie llrst thoy possessctl n llxeil form ol govern ment, nnd wore distinguished for their subordi nation to their leaders and their laws To 'lieso habits of discipline, in which tho Mogynrs nero trained, to their love of order and regard fin 1 tvv, it is to be ascribed that they did not piss .twsy, like ihe i omuiim lioides of birbsrian advti'iur i . - bill -I lbll hod a poimiiuoiit Itinednm in the emu."- Umv invaded. To tin so qualities not I" - th in lo tli 'ii courage, is hi be ascribed eur siiecnssi'ii in iinioiiniioi" of thr ir constilir 'ial lights 'leiiii I nil the attacks of a Power I ore winch Ih libirtus nf sn many other nt '.ns have t tlii'ii. ancient institution of the Mn. in oil; il-man'i itio Their chief t. ll I V Ih V.it'-S of tlie p. opto. Fi "f. -'tl. r their i .st.i 'tl isbni' ut it ,, 'rt ( 'lied mil) Ihe title t f i .; In I'm year KHO, they bestow oil t me on Stephen, i f the I'aniilv of.' or it-i !i r whiwe guidance they let ,'non'p. 'I ho power of the King, .'liv limited. 'I he cunsi'iit o n i'-s,iv to pive i tricieno) to T'i'- ec 1 1. -nt pi'inre, who first i ' I in l. iv. had no disposili irs .ler ihe he or i n w ho rv ,e'd to the nst He 11' ver my. nee stlC" iiiiil it i I , , t' H I 1 ti. -t t t olllll i, -, I, .; I'e ol the If t. nil I i i . " I" "I ' '.e i! tie t. lot' I ' on tl .. h i hin rtn s of til" people. ( .)" niiiin il to etnird the,n ro 't i (.,'nr.. ovoroie-i)s- , i 1 1 - f, mm. led on th-1 io lb M i"vats, winch bivt reed lis nf th" highest nutl v or" draw n up for the gin. .ie, whom lu1 editeated as In o'-i'.'ti'. Tin' eiilighteiieri l iiiu. In Mill ti. le I I . Im i winch th' ""' decrees are ,-om-. ry high idea nf the civilly turn oh uieement i f Hungary at ibis ml in them an express roc. gni- p u .1 tlotl . f the p oot tonality : 'umnt not irte. ' t''".' '"'' ivnditim.i.i' It is ill tb" ' Mowing terms that he prescnbes t , Inn of, i King toward his subjects: 1, I tlieui beto Ihoe, my Sou, as brothers ni.' I .'St is ; lo'lure none of thotn to servitude, nor r ill them thy t-ervants Ik'I them fight for thee: ii.. i m rve thee. Govern them without vio lence ,(1 without prid. peacefully, humbly, lituirineli . Itenieinbering that nothing elevates '"it humility , that nothing abases but pride and ' an oi u w in M sn, I pray thee, 1 command thee, to shoti- iln se t pmpntirn, not only In thy kindred, im' i.ii' in pin cos, to leaders, to the rich, nor on1) to t'i) i omit!) people, hut likewise to strnn g' is, ami in all tlotl enme untolhcp. Be pttient w,''i n1', ii t only with the powerful, but with those I n king power. Hear ever in thy mind lbs root jit of tin Lord.'l will have mercy, and not s'lenlioe.' " II. tl " r, di' of i ' , i -If i K i i ll ,i Ii, le to do- I i bo I i tl til 1 r- th -t I " 11 i IT..' ior ii: l Ot 11 It I' lie , ' n. I he ut .al lit. I , ,f r.vt I luxe I -' ,!' ! i.i' t il r lo Ifco it'll II. t i.l SI. -ir- for M ' I ' ' ' i . -pt -'ll, l,g of l . 1 , , ,,f v- " i .. s ., ii ij,, ,!, , ., , . r ,i wa ' ' . ' . -i' . n will, the knijr o 1'un giir), wny thru ;u the dukes fall upon the king." ' - i . v. i ei,ti,t ij3 peace," bavs unother charnct or; 'Mhou ooiioludo!," says' the first speaker, " like the sinetimoiiious pirate that went to sea wnh the h n coniiniiiidmoiits, but scraped one out of the tible thnii alnlt not steal! Aye, tli.' he iaii!" "Why, 'twas a coiiiman Iment 'o o.ni i,i in, o.iptnui an,l H llie res' from 1,1 tuti. iiiH: tb re is not a soldier of us all lbui. in the tiui.ksgn.njj before meat, doth relish tb ' (etitioii wi ll timt pray h for peace." Now. I inn a',, ml tit-it like the Uuke of Aug. ti" " 1 . on r t in. lie Pn pemr of Austria in om I i.. s t ih nm reiinh tic pclilion for jt'Hcc, i.o1 - be foundi n on the utter cxterminat ,on of ihe i nt .mailt) ot Iltingury. t.i'i.t.i ii i p. I b.uo said that a National Gov en li nt, where tl.. ie lb a dtstitu t national ly, w i .-r. , 1 1 1 , i. 1 In hum .ii Illinium en. I have sain ihaL "' ' v i , u ., n. Hi., is ti,i:so(,pn!ilo of Ionian hipjiinis-, I h ive b.i.tl that .be possihoe., that d'sl.i 1 if , ,tv. ili-it oh r of pi pul ition, ". 1 11 '' w. 1 1 'i, w inch uitith - her to h ive a G'ov 111 "i: 'I i i w ii ; nnd I hjie now t" dd "'o' I.',' i will not sound well upon tht ( p. I" 1' " ' "d that is, that, in my humble imposition oi a lurcign yoke u,mn r firCSHCS in 1 1 1 Ihe -In ll llin ' nn, . bin ot self.iro.einiiioiii. wh.le , p .Ilg 'lid ii, . res'sMi that people, adds nt in - i I a - who ui.posethiit v't i'i I:, ivy opinion, Austm v i..l .1 -lionor Govt iiiiin.nt lo ' ' I ll'f l.imts of h'-r poi i '. -mil lo r'n ni iloimumiis. i-n - Tim : due. I -r io, ., ii'iuig.) IJ.-pf do 11 v i ' a ,n , ht iisihle. iinit-pe n it.uu ; bi ctti-o I tlnnk that in I'll, he nt "St ny Ob, he tld, to . as bv ah rn .er ol k. I it, tor Hull r.irv inn, f i riot r .1 I '" derived fiom' II unganun lev n . or tn Aii'ttlnn, again, eond in .,h ih,t,l I w i, -i ml g. i ,s s' in nail, e s (, n, j ' ' ' ' i;. ,.' , '. i t 'or tloir mi ' ' ' 1 . . i. - ,,t ti- , ni,, i ni- ma w "' 1 i' " "'i1 a v si'i n pro.no! : u: a -'tie i liii-mlsii i, ,J uinity ih "l, who nun r iron, us in motion ..I in th ui In any itltoitipt to coiikulidato i one ' vcr the n st. tl' nio-'OsS of thirirrs lal Ul ,K' b.tii (. i, ,, ,', i '' "'' ' 'w ..I. i i. onward w.tli lisp i . ; It i- oiivvard over) w liLre. I opinion, in i.jy estiinution at "least is m, grout progress. It will penetrate all nut it will coins more or less to animate oil m m l, in rpect lo that country, for which simpatlneii to-mght havo boon so ntiong vuU'd, 1 cannot but soy that I think the i. .,f llll.ltrurtl u r.. .,. . .11. .I.i l a ' to lie .iug ns ; ds ; our in iplo w. u(u uii vJiiiiiiiuneu, imiust sober, well-inclined comniumty j and I wul, mlv I., nil, I ll,f.l I .1,. ..... . . ous, ., ...... . ,. ut nun uUU)r mm any aveus- sionol tho form of government which nu y bo proper for Hungary. Of course, all of you, like myself, would be glad to seo hor, when she be comes independent, embrace that system of gov ernment vvhicli is most acceptable to oursi .ves. e shall rejoico to seo our American model up on the Lower Danube, and on tho mountains of Hungary. Uut that is not tlie first step. It is not that which w ill be onr first prayer fnr it gary. That first prnyer shall be that Htm may become independent of nil forem-n p., great applause thnt her dcslmie Tuay lr,' ' trusted to her own hninls. nnd lo herowii di. ' " tion. fUenowcd amilause 1 1 do ..... ' r' understand the social relations and connn of nccs, nnd of twenty other filings that ,'"" nlTect tho public iiisliuitiona of Hungary a','"', say is, lltat Hungary can regulate these i-m,", f.-r herself infliulely better than thcv em be gnlnted for her by Austria ; applausei ', thornfnrr. I limit inv nnf ret ,r,t,B I'... it... ' "n . yv i s ,i iinngnn-. tho present, lo that mngle nnd simple ih'.i ,i Huntmrian independence. 1 Mr. Skwaiiii. Hunirarian Indenert.!., A Mr. WrnsTr.n.a HnnirnHnn .nlf Hungarian control nf Hungarian ib st,,,,, Henowed applause. These ate tl. . tmns which I entertain, and 1 give tin m t0 ,,' ' therefore, gentlenteti, as n toast : " '" " llunrnrian IndiirnUemt.lhingnTinn ,-, ,, trol of her ovtii destinies;, nn, Huncrl . distinct nationality among the nations ,,f V, 1 rope." "" I'l'lie toast was received with ciithusi.n,, , plause. ' The next toaat was ; Tht Ilirhti nf Stnln nnt ...I.. -i i.. . . , , 7k r U """.o'i" wi,'n ,u ..- tuinroi oi inose to wliointli' arc anpointed ; utterly worthless, to be d t r inc.! hv the sword oi foreign intffen no. " Mr Km in s resrsmded. He s,n,i th t ,i right of a nation to ri rrnlnte its inter,,.. . corns was too clear to require nrgnmi nt. ,.,. , vocaled the recogn.tion of the mdi p, n, everv nition ns soon ns es'.-ibhsh. ,1 I , , , cater) the objection nf espoq to uiu ,t, , vinriioation ot the laws of nnio, s on b. I liberty, w ben they have nlwavs mterferi ,1 . , , ' liberty. Whether he would interfere m m, would drperid upon the rtrenmat ,nci ' ; would never enter into nn nllnnco w th I , . .' to repress tho Autocrat of Itussia until s ,, ( linve doiip justice to Ireland, lb fore mt, ,i, , , he would consider tli conspqnoners n. and the principles involved There mig i i cast, in which it would lie necessary to our safety to interpose. Mmuld Hussii ,,,t, ,t, ,, gain, then vvc shall decide whether we sh , tervene ; but in the mean tune we shall ,1., -o I" .nr, priiroipirH ol t, r, the iionai law. in conclusion, he give: Hungary When she shab make her m . stiuggle for liberty, may ihe friends of In , ,i. throughout the world proclaim to tlie ears ot , Kurrtpean despots : Hands off! A clear fu b n fair right and God will protect the right. I plausej ; Sir Fi.oRKNtn, of Philadelph la. proposed ti, American .Minister to Kranc, whose mt -v , tion defeated the Quintuple Treaty. Mr Cam was hero called out, and from n ( eluded portion of the room, where he In, I , , erto been almost unnoticed, he respond, ,1 n . quent language of welcome to Kossuth. . t . i representative ot the gn'at principle ,,f j rights of man. He also declared hm i in favor of intervention to nisti, ,n ii great national law which prescribi h tint i I power shall not interfere with the domost corns of another. Hp was willim? to v.,ii such a declaration by Congress to-inoin w ,,, nainr of the American people. H.s n n j . were received with groat nppliuse. The last tonst was Turk')) Hir noble Imspi!; hty Men,1, i! i . foreign pntri it, oven nt the r.sk nt w.n, , , lier to be wortliy of the respei t of Id., , , tiOIIS. I Kossi th restnndod as f. Slows: fexlrnt Sir: 1 leel voiy ihsnklul tor hnving tl.i . pnrtunity to expri "s in this p'lte lew n , ' feel obliged in everlastinir rrr.-ttitiiiie to n, s tan of 'I urkey and lo his noble pi op'e now a man in the world, llefore God. tl . , pie, and principles I bow bt fiire none , -I am proud to say that I bow w ith d, rp n. , ,,.t edgment and with warm gr.itiliuie If,,., inetnory of the generous ooruinct I r.' w 1 Turkey. Instead of any pn tension to ; n uuent speech, I would rather lion 1. y . v iur kind permissKin lo make a tew 'r r. . upon facta, which, perhaps, may contr time-, il ing to a better knowledge ol Turki y . in , I im confidently sure that once b. u. r 1 i ire attention will be mid to us fate. I' ns to myself, when I was in tint ci n i nt r i . 1. - i and Aliatni, in the full prid" of the.r v . rv. opposing their will uion th" Su't n i a mlng the flelivwry of roe and mv rsn i t .1 - true that a grand ilivun was h, .,! i I st nitinople, and not very favortble opitm i .t pr i ou need by a party" not om d to lln- n -Hng government in Tuiki v. wbnh ,i .' t. -S.-bliine Porte li'inself In believe th -I i i - no help fir us poor exiles only to .' -i e .' luith uml be nine Mahnu'etaus. in or.., r ' I "'key might be able to piotect us. I v, ! respect deoliiri d what the dotv '" ev .. 'i' st man I b 1 v wi u'd have boon t- . ier sum' ir t irruii si noes; but I owe i' , 1 'or uf tlio Suit, in to decl iri' op, n'v ' 1 iur ther die th ill .ceptt,e t oli.l.l , , 1 i u-e. , '1 h tt ib . I n at ion w is , ,-n ov ,i . i , ri ' I t '! p'e hi W . m o' tl ' in i iihl 1 n- ., .;o t'i it Ii id tpp'e d In the nn' . . i nt Ih" people of Hog ,i mi in ii In . n i1 i... Ion th s was known .it(Vn'a t nople, tt '' e very di oiBion of the inaj .'it) ot tint van was anui.iiiiceil to the Sniun to b. u iir,tble to the proteot.on of the (sior t 1 of the gem rosity of his own heart, w i ', u knowing if we were willinjr to at ceit or i.f.i ccepi, he declared: "The) are upon the -i 1 hoy have trusted to my honor tln v haw tin--' ed to my justice, to my religion. The) sh'l v : be deceived. Ilatber war than that I li..u'd if liver them up" (Great applause. Mr Bm.o of New York orTered the foi'ow eg sentiment : Hungary Msy the time be not fr ''isi r . when she will uke hor rank again among tin- iu ' lions of the eaith. Mr a.vvAKii was called for, and said: Gen tinmen, I am too wise a man to apeak mi n:) question at thia time of night. When it w as proposed lirit in the Senate to recuve the trious guest of the nation, I was advised in t t. hurt it by advocating it 1 ahull not lmri:i it now. I have only lo say. Gentlomcn, that m n the distinguished Secretary of Slate shad hue gone hie lengtli, and the Seiutor from I'lm i shall have gone but breadth, and tho St na' from Michigan Ins tether, I shall be fmm.i J' their aide for Hungary and for libcrtv in llnuy. (irntlenien. this is my principle und my mi' ment the United States will respi et ind el. tervo the law of nations, and they will . vperts.. other powers to do the same. Tlie company thin separated after a few r.' marks from .Mr Carter of Ohio. Vermont Central llailroad Co. Sundry of tic I Iktston editors are quite sharp upon tlie coiirsi1 j of this Company iu reference to certain lo'iil-. I winch wero never told, as wo suppose, but were I deposited tar a specific purpose. It is dnub'ful whether these gentlemen correctly understand w hat they arc scolding about Probablv tin' Company is discharging, and will discharge, ev cry equitable claim upon it ; aud probably, too, it does and will require tlie surrender of all col laterals held for such claims, as fust as the cl uu s aro discharged. If the e collaterals are not rnr rendered, ns they ahould be,or if any are in prop erly held, as against tlie Company, for any other reason, it really seems to ns that the Directms will fail in their duly to Iho stockholdcts if the)' do not use proper means to protect thorn from in jury. Certainly we hope that justice and equity w ill not fail, justice and equity to the Compan) . aa well a to all other partie.) even though thcie bo great clamor in Statu street against old fab iuned tiling of that sort. LitttWs Living .1ge, No. -1 00, for Jan. I7tb, is an excellent number. Una of the articles is especially interesting, to wit; the life, elo quence and political character of Kossuth. We shall copy from it AKe ltimpihire,'ViO locos, in State Conven tion, have nominated Gen. Pranklin Pierce fur I'residoul und Hon Noah .Martin for Governor. 'o Lewis Cass U repudiated by the " democra cy" of hi ni live state. i'lo only for a Homestead. The shares in tho village of Lakeland, I I., nro nearly all sold. A lew shares may yet be had if application l immediately inado to Charles Wood, 1 17 John Street, Is Y. tX7Seo advertisement of N. V, Tribune.