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MONTPKLIEU, MAllCU 30, 1M5. STATE OF VERMONT, nv sixriiEiV novel), ooriR.ion. A PROCLAMATION. Al the close of the Winter, tni the tp nroach of Spring, before the Hirsbandman bepns the labor of 8ce0.linte,lt well bccomM it Christian l'cle to set apart a period of common lime, in Wh toilevoutly acknowl- cdijo their dependence on God for oil the Spiritual and Material nlesines or life to and very little else. Wn rpioto from the in- thoughtfully contemplate His Mercies, and1 Btruclions on ,,, ,I04j wl.icli bear dite the lessotis they aro designed to teach to , ,arr i n V r. .i bring before us in strict review, our national March 7, 1655, and will hereafter g.vo the and individual sins ; and to asK a continuance whole : of Heaven's blessings. In the ninmrration above referred to, llie In accordinco with the dictates of itilclli- several articles to bo admitted without tho grnt Christian sentiment? and in accnrdanco payment of duty, arc, in most instances, spa with a hallowed custom of our fatho , I cilieil with sufficient clearness. It is con appoint KaiBAV, tiik Sixth iut or A run. ceived, however, that to obviate difficulty or jir.XT, to bo observed by tho good people of misconstruction, it becomes proper to state this State, as a day ol solemn FAST, that in regard to tho class of woods ns given HUMILIATION. AND l'RAVKIl. j oaid enumeration under tl.o title of "tun. On the appo.nted day, a decent respect ber and lumber of all kinds, round, hewed for religious duty and common custom, en- joins us to abstain irom unnecessary laoor, leMivitv and amusement. Let us, as devout worshipers, assemble in our houses of worshin, and thcro with united voices, oiler thanks to Almighty God, for the existing taritrart, arr to be considered the prevalence of true Religion n our land) a9 mrntinclKiM of mod, owl therefore not torthe controltng influences of Ditinc Kcv- adinHiilile to free entry, namely: lie ins, elation in our Iteligion, Laws and Curtomsj boards, planks, joists, shingles, laths, lasts, fur religious and civil freedom, which con- Stoves, hoops, headings, masts, span, kners, ant inobcdienco to good Lawt; and for tho , canes, palings, pickets, posts, rails, rail ties, protection afforded to life, liberty and proper- or any other article of wood, entered under ty. Let us think tho Giver of all good that tho designation nl timber nr lumber, or nth health with few exceptions, prevails through erwise, if fully manufactured and fit for ma all our towns J that international peace and 1 as imported, or otherwise, if fully manufuc doinest c tranquility continue unbroken ; that tured and fit for tuo as imported, or manit war and bloodshed are far removed from it ; factored in.' whole or in part by planing, tur nd that ull over our State, Churches and I ning, or any process of manufacture other Schoolhouces thickly alternate, diffusing than hewing or sawin". morality and knowledgo aliko to oil, fitting f! uur population to act the responsible part of, Washington County Court, citizens of a Republic. I , . With unfeigned humility and hearty rep- , March Term, 10 55. entance, let tho people pray tho Almighty I formers'. Uu113' Hre Ituurancc Company that tho religion oflho liible may enlighten j ts. Il'm. Marshall Tim as an action on the conscience of every man, divesting it of supnretltlnn, idolatry ana Iiuman control In mattors of faith. That Heavenly Wisdom may guido our Rulers, Legislators and thoso who adminis ter the Laws; and that our National Lcgis. lature may adopt a permanent policy of less ening the sphere and inliuenco of the sys tem ot Human liondago in our uuutl, That our pcwilo may justly value Iho lnVrdt!. frccdo"' I That intemperance with its unnumbered I woes miy bo overcome by Divino aid, by in-j niviuuii acii-ucniai, ami oy mo operation u good laws. ... . Jliat our Institutions ol learning 'and Chanty may be prospered ; (hat pcacoand nualtli may continue ; ami lint the husband man may go forth to his labor with hope, trusting in i'ruvidcnco for Iho fruits ol a timely harvest. Finally, let us no abstain from indulinnrr bodily appetite, and tho bad desires ol the Imittcd that tho representation was false. heart, approaching our Maker in poverty of Tho Company claimed that tho agent bad 'hiffi0 kfP ' lCCep,,b,C08l't"'y to make audi repre entatmn , . " , . , r ,1 I lso l'ia' lis was the agent of tho insured in (tivtnundir my hand arid tU Stal of Me ,, . .. , . b u ...-un., . Statt, at Eatt ntrhhirt. Viis twenty ,iilh 1,118 particular. Assessments were made day of March, in tht year of our hard out from year to year, which .Marshall refused Houmnrf tight hundred find' fly die, and I to pay, and this kuit was brought. y mt muvptmltnce oj uutd Mol, the mtnlu ninli. STtVUEN ROYCE. lly tht Governor. Ciucsctr II. IIvnr.r(, Stcrttary. Notice to Town Clerks. , , th,le:Vredlh,o Hl rariy as popsibfc, tin number of copies of II anng s lAtmints o . Igricuiturc oruerea oy the legal voters at their last annual town meeting, lo be furmshrd to each town, agreeably to an act passed at tho last session of the General Assembly, entitled " .J-i ocl 1 ro rncoiiropr tht Hady of .Igncumirt In Common ."vchontsV MPKPHKN ROi'CL1. Katt Berkshire, March 'SJ, ie55. Death orilon. SamH S. Phelps. Wo learn from the Middlebury Rogt ter that the Hon. Sam'l S. PncLrs cipired on Sunday last, after a very brief illness. His disc:sa iwns introccssion of rheumatism Horn at Litchfield, Conn., May III, 7'M, ho was consepjently nearly sixty-two yean of age. As a lawyor and a judge, hu was without a superior, and among the statesmen of the Senate after the death of Da.mii. Wi nsTtn,in point of intellectual poner, he was without an equal Licingtlon'i Late lltniittr: A guido for men of business, and hand-book of use ful information, by John Livingston, pub. lished at Ihe otfee or the Monthly Law Magazine, 1ST 1 roadway, New York City. Oil pages octavo prico ff'i. Tint book it the result or immense labor and great cost. The labor can only lo rtti-j mated by the tpxl, which fits been mora thin IC0C0. It is a Register or executive, legu Ittivc and judicial officers or rourts and lawyers or banks, railroads, societies and iu.,i,u-ivii iiui uiiijt in cim ibiv mm territory of the Union, but to soma extent in : Great Britain also, together withanabslract Yvi "'l1'"11' contmiiw i permanently ; ami r r .ii .k. . . .i i lie must havo made tho I erntory his dne I- or the law. or all tho state, on the cxecu-, lnpi ,0 ,ho ,, r ,ny Jhet ,l(11110. tionof deeds .ndformt of acknowledgement In caso any election is contested, tho pirties and prool on the rights of married women j sggncved mutt bnng tlie matter before the on taking depositions on collecting debts Governor, who shall determine the caie bo--on cxempuont-on the execution of wHJs, j lS,rt wl, the and on usury; and alio a synopsis or the proclamation, saying that by it tho Governor constitution and jurisdiction or the several j makes himscll Legislator, Judgo and Exc sute courts of all the states. As a Regis- icut'"' ter it mutt inevitably bo Inaccurate, a. nlh' !7.T iV",0.1 st ,he lust . , , , , . 7 . 1 Delegate election, by Ihe Pro-Slavery men. changes have occurred by ejection, death, from tho border counties of Missouri, has and otherwise while the matter has been in aroused the friends ot freedom in Kansas the printers' hands ; Hill, the book is inval-l ni t,u,lS fl"'t will bo made to elect a liable to lawyers and bu.inets men, saving ! '",h!Uro J.'.1 f,var f making Kansas a 1 tree state. The census shows that tho pop them time, trouble and money. ; ulUon of KlMli it not ,0 BrMt h0 'Vo'e ..i...Z. ir.-iLi.. sr iir-.i. .i ""presetted to have becu received by Gen. 'uOT .WoniWJ,..fffo:int.-.With the , Whitfield for Delegate to Congress. Our April number tho Messrs. Putntm aunounce ; Kansas corretpondencu represents that tho 'bat ibis excellent magazine will pats into the , ' is'ouriana aro pouring into Kansas again, hWds ot Messrs. Dm k. Edwards, 10 Park l'r,l,"'fy 'o the next election, but with no FUce. New York, with an entirely new cdi-' 'CW tuial mtntgeiuent and a purpose " to attain find Ihe next Congress composed of alto greater excellence in tin eeoenl direction gelbcr different materials from the hit Con hitberto pur.ued." Thit an uounceinent is Gov. Hecder is abo deteruiincd in ..j..., .... . . protecting the btna tiite citizens of Kansas KCVp.na witu all atsuraqcc, " tnat rea - dew epd coctributors may rely with entire confidence upon the future character of the work, and tbt tho only change will be for the better." XarlK UrUUh Review: New York, Ionard HcoU & Co., 7'J Fulton, entrance 51 Gold ' Street. Tfo, mmihrrnl- (hi. f wlih Usl TaVorito n.,J ' ' ..,.-.- terly hit so sllrsetivo Ublo or contenu : Tha continent ia 1851 tho Dvziulluo Em- nlrq-tbe Vaudois snd Religion io lltly- i . . r i, . ij t- ii.!, o. hortortopDninkennws-oldhnlishSongs tho Electric Telegraph Diet Hid Dress, Su. Tr-rois f.'l s year with Bite k wood $i -r-itli BUckvood snd sll the Reviews J0. fosttffe on tfce Beyiows lieu, each, per ym-HltckwnodiMcts. Vote lor Council of Censors. l-Jfniinl Tlllrt. K .V. TWIrt. Barro 23 mJ. Monlpclier 2(31 2.1 Moretown 33 33 NonhfiolJ I mj. Roxbury small maj, Waittficld 24 51 Worcester S M Slowo 70 100 K. Nlam lo Montpollcr. Tho election Tor Censors on Wednesday Was smsrtly contested, and tho result verifies not expectations. K. Nism cannot stand fire. Let all good inon, nlm havo been deluded Into that organization, take heed in time. Tho total voto on Wednesday was 4S'J, "being OJ more thin tho vote for Governor In September laat. Tho anti-K. N. majority was 40. Canadian Lumber. The Secretary of tlio Treasury has issued instructions under tho reciprocity act, which afe H itnporlant to tl0 Vc " 1 y , dealers. Tho result is, that th Vermont lumber 1 the raw materi- ttl, such as the mills want, can conic m free, and sawed, unmanufactured in whole or in pari," tho f.il'owmg specified articles, do- cislons in respect to all of which, with the rxccp'ion of the article laths, Invo been hprplofnrn muln bv Ibis denartment iinrlnr a premium note fur 6 18!), given for the in surance of a Blacksmith uho, and dwelling house six or iota rods diitant. The de fence was that an agent of Ilia Company represented lo tho insured that the Comoany hod a large fund provided so that no assess ment could ever bo made during tho five vesrs. and tho mrit ntrrn.,1 ik.i nh should ever ba called for except tho 85,00, w'"c" 1,10 '''""red then paid. That the house ought not to have been put into the jsamo class as tho shop, but the agent said it , would mako nn n,M .fi!,nv r,o r,,., i , ... . ' policy as nothing but tho e.5.00 would liavu to bo paid; and the house nas put in at 'i percent, and tho shop at 40 percent, and both wero put in ono policy in the Mer chants' ard Mechanics' Class. It was ad- Tho Court (Judca 1'olami urctidiiiaM.nlit I land charged thu Jury, Ht t,0 agreement ! made by the agent that no more should be i paid could not be given in evidenco to ary tho written contract ; but that although thu tiH imu lui-nuumriiy 111 IttCl irolll UIU toniakosuch representat,oMct agent had niauthorily m fact from thu ,iu nilunvu IU JU BIUIIIIC UIIU HKO applications, and tho extent of his authority was not known to Marshall, and ho inado " " '"" 7"" "" ' Company which wero false, and Maridiall ,n,i,ii.unl.l!it,a . , ,, I: . C rencu upon ucu representations anil would not have entered into the contract but for such representations, then tho whole con tract would bu avoided by such false repre sentations, and tho Company could not en forco the contract. Verdict for defendant Azel Spalding anil Sam'l Wells for Pi'll,. Merrill & Willard for Dcfl's. " Tho I'l. Watchman declares that Sam Houston is after the IVtidcncy, nod that thij rjcrnia is ins supporters ttuttand lltrald, Givo us your evidence of tho Ubt pari of that statement. The lltmld was quite pru dent in its notice of Sam. Thu lUgisttr pitched a '-Sain tune." (The Patriot has dashed out in new and handsomu suit, too good in fact, extravagant for these limes. Tho Vfrmau congratulates the Patriot and ll'atchman on tuppoted racilities lor changing matter. It strikea us that tho Freeman may very profit ably cultivate hko facilities. Kau,a$..TUe election in Kansas will take place on Friday, Iho ilOihof this nionlb. Governor Reeder has jiut issued Ins pro clamation. Tho most important points aro as follows . " A voter mutt dwell hero at the time of otlentig Ins vote. Uo must then havo coin- menced an actual inhabitancy, w hich he ac , IC1. ,. , - , ., the country they may. 7Vi6un. Proipeel of tht Cropt.ltunt't .VercAunlY Uii'.izint (good authority) has the following pirsgnph in regtrd to thu prospects of the crops snd the supply of breadttuffduring tha coming season: " When the Spring opens the canals and the lakes, a stream of breaditutls will set i r,l.l it, 1. i.. . , ,,,D "lu. " u,,u ""'merrupieu now x ne ground sown is ihe most cxteu- n0 ever under culturo within our lionts, ll1 f there be no blight on our harvest, we '" .,14lio"f. ?r. KuroP. 'fr. '"'y ""y need beyond their own production. I ,.,iou, , ,h, oming forward if the new, tho storesof old, which have accumulated at the VariOUl points ofinl.n,t .liinmanl will l, sent forward; and tint which was hoarded durinp the Fall, when a high price was offered for t In vln, will be sold fir below the rites now current," Kansas Emigration! II ho ft ill po 1 At an adjourned meeting of tho H'eiihington County Jimigrnnl ilid Company, held at Watcrbtiry, on the 2"th Instt an adjournment was had to Montpollcr, on Tutiday, April 10th, at 10 o'clock A. M., for the purpose nf FORMING A COMPANY lo emigtato to Kansas, provided a sufficient number are disposed to go; at which timo tho greatly superior advantages of this new territory over any other section of tho West, ' both in respect to soil, climate, and thn fa ciliti tics for organized emigration thither, will j en., i .....i . . fully brought to view. rrs ah :.. it... .l i-t i bo fX All in tho Slalo who aro inclined Westward, arc earnestly invited to come and judge for themselves. The meeting at Watcrbury was attended and participated in by the first men in town, and rendered of aurpassing interest. Six Ittn new members wero obtained from that town alone. K P. WALTON, VrsWrn. J. I'ola.mi, Hicrclary. fjy"Seo now advertisements In this pa per. Later from California. The steamship Oeorgo Law, which arm ed at New York on Saturday, brouirht S,in Francisco dales of March 1st. On the 10th, the Senatorial Convention adioumed. line die. bv a voto ol (CI to 44. Thoeo voting in the minority wero principal- ly tho friends of I)r. Gwin, and tho majority comprised Wings and various factions of tho Democracy. It is possible, and even Thoeo voting in the minority wero principal- nriilt.liln flint tiffnn, flu, rlnai, tiC tlm .n.. sioii, a Convention will again assemble, al- Thero would bo no longer any Rhine, a tollow out more than the one that, had tho Is he, indeed, accessible tu shamo, and grow though the prospects of nn election durmg German river, no longer any llaltic and ! Retolution of IS Id but lived and borne its mg conscious of the public humiliation ? lie the present session aro extremely remote. 'Iho grading of tho Sacramonto Valley Railroad is progressing rapidlv. Seii'r.il hundred laborers are at work, a'ud it is be-1 lieved the grading will bo completed by Iho 1st of May. liovcrnor Stevens ol Oregon, tins made, trcatioj with several tribes ot Indians in that Tcrn'ory, upon terms satisfactory as well to the Indians as to tho whites. Co). Walker has received a grant of fitly leagues of laud in Nicaragua, and will leave hero in a few days to colonize the grant. A leiigmy ueuato occurred 111 tne Asscm bly 011 the introduction of "an act In create 1 a new State out of tho territory or Calilor- ma." The provisions of the bill aro sub- stantially these : The new state is to be 1 called the " Mato of Columbia." and 13 to embrace all thai Dirt of tho Stato south, and ! inclusive of tho counties ot S.uita Cruz, hanta Clara, I uolttmnc and Calaveras. A portion of the present stato debt is lu bft as sumed by the now stale on an equitable basis. '1 ho bill was ordered printed. Ittmnrlallc Case nj I'ttrefaction Nine'tions of political economy. A civil list or yonrs ago. n man or about the nge or sixty labor, a sinking fund ior poverty, draining years, nnd weighing ubnut two hundred the very depths of involuntary idleness and pounds, or Hie name of Vaughn, removed want, nnd uf the salary nyslem with u lorco into the Northern part of Mul.llese.v abniit eight miles Trom Mmiipelier, and a short time c ilculnte this enormous prodm-tinn ol priqier altcr, died or the dropsy, niid was burn il ly. I do not pause to develop iu near his own residence. On one oflho last , A Conliiientjl circul iting medio n, rest days nf February pisl, In friends attempted mg upon :i double metallic and piper basis, to disinter him, for tho purpoio of removing 1 and Imving for Us i'ulrruui tlm onliro capital his remain to Pomfrct, tn be buried by the of Europe, and lor hmiioiivo power lliu free side of those of his deceased wife m lint i activity of two hundred millions of men, this town;when It was found lhat Ihe roffin fiunple and hihl'Io money woubl renlaco and could not be removed by the ordmiry mini-I ber or men, and, more being siimmonml, it was found to renuiro Iho best exertions of five or six slnuig men In raisu thocolfin from i Iho grave. Tho colfin was then opened, and the corpse found tu bo perfect in sinnu. ex cept tho end of tho nose, (which htd been slightly flailed by tho pressure oflho colfin lid,) life like in appearance, but uf solid stone, white no awl or kmfu would penetrate, any mora than tnirblo. I ho corpse was weighed at Montpelier and the weight round to bu 550 lbs ! , ha makes the case the more remarks. Freedom to go and come freedom to blei the Tact, that tho corpse or a girl, bur- s80ciato - freedom lo p.H-csa-freedom to led by tho side or tho mm, was almost is,cat um ,0 r,to -fiecdom to Ihmk wholly consumed, only tho principal bones i lcl!llum , ovofr(.0,iom to bohevo.-ll remaining. Hero la a pinblcm for pliifoo-1 ),t,nUn would formiv pinopty nround UUersT-f i-ffman. 1 the citv.n sheltered hy them and become .1 rugifiie Wore in A"ino. TUo A'.m Hivi-daiHe. sat 1 rte Slate ol tho lOlli Inst., publi-lied in , the new town r Lawrcuco, has llie follow ing paragraph relative to Iho first fugitive slavu truuulo ol which wo have had inlulli yenco which has occurred in that trrriiorj : " Since part ol our edition was worked otr, quite an excitement has been crojlod oaus ing great foars lest a serious not should oc cur. A negro woman, representing herself as free, has been in the vicinity for se veral da)e, and ui thu employ or some of our citl r."in. This evening somo persons c r.ne to claim her as a fugitive. Many of the citi zens objected in lendering her up without the formality of a trial. The party e.xpros Bud a determination tu tiko her at ail haz ard. T ,'JV, " " l" S'K"" ",e i"""1 1 ol the I III. Hist., offLapH bt Anlnnio, bear-, Tho matter, however, was compromised ' ?Z 'Zm li' T t " f" ."""" All around is darkness. In France, no more by conMiiilling the woman to the charge or , " ? ,orJ'. '" ei' ,or'n ,Voul1 ! kind of living Marmltaise, us verses brwt- tbune ot tho people no free nriws no lih.,p Dr. Wood, who pledges h.uiseir to keep her '! ' v? , "'" n"3 bJ 1 ""j '' I lmK thick will, bayonets, which, mingled , . 0 lcl ? TtireeSXouSd" for several days, and pay her reasonable j ' ooh e,d ",,l9."wr ,1i"m" " '.'' Uuh Ihe breath of thu Revolution, hid but" imniTpon H.X I WfHTCS. nrnviflnil Hint ilni'4 nut nrnvn 1st Im n 'dared to put numaii oeings to Ueutn, even in to make lis tru.nncts sound to brim ilnwn. 1 v; . . ' ..' I slave. She aaya that she is S years old. ' Uie V pT "' !h Uthnu- in ,,, crurnbl,,,- into dust, all the' . ou I on luZirZ iZT Z and belongs to Mr. Yokum' or kentucky, ; ri"h,c G"llcry ,of ,hu ljre. a Pa.xh.n M sceptres and all tl.o old ch.i.us upon tho j this seaTod c a,' who ha, scaled on the Mariedeseign." ' " jl'H ndefa ?'TnU WrT, ur ? Whtt lucdl Xe,c York, Mrch 'M.-Aaother fessel "Z,J C J f a Allows KZ cL- ' beco no o It ? Citizens, Uo.xapap.te ,,linn,, robberies, transportations, fusillades Wuio ivMeW K KSt''d1" S,bbC" V" ;f"nra?'Vlf!l'"111 or barnuo Magyar, or Ihllast, from King- I ;.iiu , k, .......... " ""'."fPI'-11 " stiroud ol his dark .the corpses or armies heaped on the cornsi-s ing normsix mi os, was ureu uuo oy a r-pn; j .,,oplo a,Vi .. Ttll lhlt 1U. ish steamer, nnd while heaving to she lired i bc !" Ju,t as they i. iw s.y, - Then lint is two more shots at us. J hey piped all hind, alr'cr!" liaitcd us, and went un their way, ! ', , , . .,,,,. , ... , . Wo khould everywhere behold the brain I at,U Lzphuon in it Coat Pit, -A ter-1 thinking, the arm acting and mMteroboying ; riblo explosion occurred in tho coal pits at I machinery serving thS will of mm ; social Uiesterhe d, a., Monday evening. I bitty- experiments on a mighty scale ; all tho won four dead bodies havo been taken put, and derfol focundatioiis .Tr progress by progress j p hers persons still living, ho will proba-;eelco lril j wiif, c uation; viorlTslioiM bly die. It is supped there wero fifty per- alw8y, opc whoao Joorj , haJ on', sons in the pit at Uie in.e, most o whomare t0 pusll ,, ordcr t0 bt;coma Transformed into probably dead or will die, from tho efTecis , ,abor . 6choolj nlway, opei wh(MB Joor3 ol the explosion. ignorance had only to push in order to bo- I'oling in Kaniat. A despatch dated In- j como transformed to intelligence; gratuitous dependence, JIo., March 15th, says that; and obligatory academies, vv hero capacities Guv. Reeder has issued a proclamation in only should mark Iho limits of instruction, reforenco to the election which is to take and where the child or the poor should re place cn tho IlOih instant. The substance of cen o Iho same culturo as tho child of tha rinb it is, that a voiir must dwell there Bt the tuno of olforiUL- his voto. lie must then hat a commenced nn actual inhabitai.cv. which he ! actually intends to conlinuo permanently ;' ..... aim no inu.i i.avo mane no territory ins ilHUI ini.. In I . ,if,-liiiliin nl .nv nllmr hnin.i , ., - la, '- - " -"j ..v.... III case any election is contested, tho parlies . nggneveu musv nring li.o inai.pr llPloro mo ' Uovcrnor, who shall dclcrmino tho caso be- tween llie parties coiitetting. lie thus makes , hunseiriegislature, judge and executive. ! llailiond r.xttmian. After Inquiries at nsjiuiisiuio .juiiiuia ul.ou uiu Buujwi, wu nave ascertained that some progro.s has ' been made within a fow weeks in furtherance nf tho enterprise. It will bu remembered that aid was expected, in the sum of $700,100, from the road below, by way of a1 U per cent, guaranty on this amount of stock. The roads from the Connecticut River through Now Hampshire to Boston guarantte 000,100 or this, and papers to this etfect have been executed within the last fow days. Tlio Roads down the Connecticut agreed to guartntco $100,000; but tho ill-luck or tho New Haven and New York Road in the Schuyler frauds will reduce this sum perhaps $J5,000. Most oflho S100.0CO of stock taken in tho country, stands good, though in consequence of removals and the necumarv ! embarrassment orseveral ofthe subscribers, I hero is a deficien:y of a fow thousinJs to oo . uc goou. llie balanco requirel to make up the , SI.S.'.O.OCO deemed requisite to carry out the piujci.1, u . propaseu io raise uy prcicrrmg wrsnarts ot the prcient stock, on condition i thtt the holder thereof takes one share or the neiv. 1 Ins, to some extent, his been done, The road is likely lo be contracted so at to awe any infringement upon its chartered ..i,,- ia'.. ....ri .. . .. rigius, vvo wouia uieroiore suggest lo tho I farmers north of us the expediency of' ,. t.F r. . - 7 preparing to raise as large crojis tho ensuing summer as they possibly can. Thero is a fair prospect of their finding a ready homo market for their surplut-exccptin,; hopi. - Laledoman. i'att Vail in .Vil llammhire Cor. It.. ker or New Hampshire, has issued his 1 proclamation, appointing Thursday, April aw, io do Observed as a uai USV llf Duhlll , fasting, humiliation and pnyer n ih4i' ' KtAtii ' 1 ' orcigit Drum Victor Hugo to iho Exiles of Europe. Ill Spcrcli on tin; Anniversary nr thu rrciiitli llvvoliitlou l IN IN. Trnnitnted frort proof sli;n from tht Author for the Xcir York )aily Timts. Etn.Es: Had the Revolution, inaugurated nn thin ilav seven Vcars npn. at thi llntrl iln Ville of Paris, followed its natural course, and had it not been, so tospcak, turned aside Of' P",l iin' ''" very morrow of Its adient t had not tho Reaction first, and NAro...-.ancrwrr,-the Reaction ... , , , . . . by ttickcrv, and slow poisoning, Louis I IloNAPAiiTr, by midnight assault, violation, I ambuscado and murder, destroyed tho I Republic; had tho Republic, in the splendid days of February, waved her standard above I tho Alps and along tho Rhine, and, in the I name of France, flung abroad to Luropo ! this cry: "Liberty !" which at that period, as 1 yon will remember, would have euth'ced to achieve, on the Old Continent, the rising of I all the peoples ami complete the downfall of every throno ; ir France, leaning upon the , mighty glaive ot XU, h id given aid, as was 1 her dutv. to Italy, to Hungary, to Poland, to 1 Prussia,' t.i Gcrmmvjif, in ono word, I he ! Kurope of tho peoples had succeeded, in j IS4S, jo tho Jitiropo of the Kings, tho follow- 1 ing would, alter seven years ot light and liberty, have been tho situation uf the 1 Continent. We should havo beheld it thus : The 'continent wuld bo one single people; the nationalities would bo living their natural i m l"e eommi 1 belong to Italy, Poland, Hungary v Franco would biolni lifu m the common life of all; Italy ouM I'oianu wuuiu ueiong to would bolnng to llunsaty. nng to Kurone, and Curono WOllId belollL' to HfltimnltV. . Illack :-eas, Russian laKes ; no Jleditcrran- " French lake; no Atlantic, as an Kiiglish soa ; 119 cannons on llie Sound or at Gibraltar ; no Kammerlick at tho Harden- Hw. ''h Rivers free, the Straits free, the Oceans free ! 'no j.uropcan group, no longer lorming 1 augni uut one nation, uennany woum ue UJ ' "u .unup ,u u..j , mv.-, v, lm. coup at thir, wncn no ncaru tno con to France and Franco would he lu Italy, I nations, sisters ! man a brother to his fel-: tlict had begun, IIo.iaI'artb exclaimed: I what to-diy Normandy is to Picirdy idy H to 1'icirdy and I'icardy to Lorraine : no more war, and army. In thu single financial point of view, a net annual gun to Kuruii' ol I milliards." No more frontiers, no more Custom Houses, ti" more city imports; a Hjw and reform, gigantically greut, of Coin and produce ; trade and industry doublet! twenty-fold; annual return of profit tor the wealth of the Continent, at least ten milliards Add to these the four milliard saved by the suppression of armies, and at least two two milliard more economized by the abo lition uf pirasiucal onipluyiiients through ut the Continent, including the fjnctimw of kings, and you luve annually a lever of six teen milliard, wherowiih to move the ques ol mlion milliard ner nonino! Only absorb nil be absurd virietiesol coinage now in use, eth' les of princev, figures of wretchedness ; vnnetiis which are io many i Ins which are io many source" or impoverishment, for, in the tranler I irom mini 10 iiuuu ui money, ui multiply variety is to multiply tho wear and tear ; lo multiply the wenr and tear is lu dimmish the cuculation, ami in money as 111 everything ele, circulation is unity. Fraternity would oiigondcr solidarity ; the credit of all would be Ihe property of each one, the libor or each ono tho guarantee of all. n nnn!ication of force, amiiust any one whomsoever, oven to bring about good. For h it could it prutil? by tho simple forco of things, by the mere increase of light, by the lact aloiio of open day replacing monare.hial and pneatly gloom, the uir would have become tou line for the respiration of the mm of force, thu man of fraud, the man of falsehood, tho man of prey, tho mm who lures out hi follows, the parahilo, the sibrer, llie usurer, llie loe ol intelligence and educa tion, in a word, ol all w nigs, through the dirk. who flit, on bat's' I he old system ofpum.hm :uts would have ' diH,l o il, hko Iho rest. War being dead, the ecatfold Inch his the same blaolt root, creation, as they now repair to tho menagerie tu te0 ,he eaVll,tu DuJ8ls ,,.u (;j h mldet polls, whero women might voto as well as ...... ih. l.l .1.1 V... i. "i 71 1 i - .vmI r....r,..l .n M,i .M. '.I.A.. ." I ' ,U,tuV les; , to it finds women fnum m I . mmnnmnn, ir. Ulichy, to the bagnio, to tho dungeon, to tha u.OT.ia . !.. -i.ll l .. -. . . . i ....(.. awdliuiu , ao Kood enough for us, we shall ind woman ' fur slavery and ileith, wo shall rSZH", !'. . 'fiL'iM'nl"! ! lind nor aoni woman as a nub he lor runerln?. ana nuns and penalties, we shall recognize her as a public pursonage for justice and right. We shall not say, snul ol the first quality, mak ; .uuuoij .(,,, .,j , .uui.ii, ,.u. snau proclaim woman as our equal, wun I rcsiicct thu more. un woman, wue, nio.iier, i sister, companion, eternal mirror, eternal slave, eternal victim, eternal martyr, wu will raise you up! For all this tho old world ! laughs at us ; I know it, and tho rights or woman as proclaimed by us form the principal , subject or its gayety. Ono day, in the 'Assembly, a person interrupting me, cried ' out: " It is with that, tho women, or all 0,her things, that you mako us laugh." " And, on your part," I replied, " it is with , that, tho women, of all other things, the women, tint you make us weep!" Uut, 1 ' rc.ume tho thread of my discourse, and conclude Iho sketch. At i!,n ,,. r ,i. ni...r..i .i.,j. England and Franco would shino; for they sru tho eldersistcrs of our actual civilizalion; tnoy aro the two mother nations ol Ihe Nine- tec nth Century ; they illuminato for the hu- man race now on its march tho two ways of Iho actual and the possible; they bear Ihe two torches, one or which is the deed and the other the ides. They would be rivals with, out injuring or thwarting one another. Rad ically, and viewincr thinsrs from Iho heiehl a philosophy-pardon this p.renthesis theiu i 1 j I " .... has never existed between them any other antiptlhy thtti that desire or muhln.' further 'on, that impatience to bo in advance, that logic of continued progress, that thir.t for the horizon, lhat ambition for indelinile;.rffres 1,, ,, which is the whole of Fraiicefsnd which has often irked her neighbor.Eegland, I willmi'ly contented wilh reaolu nhiamp.l .,,,1 tranquilly 'wedded to accomplished facts. trm I'm:.. nu..;.lli:.i . ... ..II. I "uj, i.uiUi.d.u iuiii,wiii.n,i,ii,,m,1 ui. mi rotir.nH u4' mlllio., i..uil,oi IV Billiviia mi Si.ia. Stance is the antagonist or Lrlgland, as tho btftr is thn adversary of tho gnod. . Tn continue 1 In the old city of tho Tenth of August and tho Twenty-second of September, henceforth called Iho City ofEuropc, Urhs, a colossal assembly, tho Assembly of tho United States of F.uroiie, tho arbiter of civilization and , iKsuing irom inc universal sutlrago ol all the acres now lying fallow ; have transposed peoples of tho Continent, will discuss and t cesspools into manure pits ; havo rendered regulate, in the presence of this majestic I dearth impossible ; put bread in every mouth ; constituent and final judge, and wilh the aid j havo increased tenfold production, consump of the universal free press, all the questions tian, circulation and wealth an hundred fold I of humanity, and would render Pans, tho , Yet it Is worth more than this to take I am centre or the world, a volcano of light. in error to sot takn Sebastopol ! Citizen', I say it in pissing, I do not be- It is worth more to employ their millards lieo in tho eternity of what men, at this , in causing their annica to perish I It is bct diy, call parliaments; but, parliaments, thu ter to rum and destroy themselves, pencrators of liberty and unity, at once, are ! So. limn. In ilm vm nf ii, .i,,i.t.i.. necessary, until mat day, a day still ihstani and burdering on tho ideal, when political 1 coinbiintions Inning melted away in the simplification uf universal labor, the formula, r"r- Lrl,T r.R.ii,:.NT rossmtr., rccciv- in? an spplication more and more complete, artificial laws all having" disappeared nnd ; neural laws al.nio remaining, there will bo o other assembly than tho assembly of crca-1 t" a"J ""cntors, discovering and promul-1 P1"" 1,10 hot making it tho assembly of intelligence, of art and of science, tho ( Institute,- but the Institute transfigured and glorious, brought forth by an entirely difTrr- , me-'"' or nomination and deliberating publicly. Iteyond all doubt, the Institute is in i" "my niiuro as-, Fcinuij. uik; umii' viicuiiuiiiiico which i nances, wnue we, with eyes tixed on Iho must alo note ill passing, is that it was Ihe .darkness, gazf, and tho whole civilized Convention which created tho Institute. He- world, shuddering, gazes, with us, at Scbas fore expiring, that sombre eagle of past rev-1 topol, fio well oflho abyss, that gloomy tun nlulroni deposited upon tho generous soil of ! 1 uiiwu iii jjS "mm viiuuKu lilt ; nifco ofthe future. Thu, to sum up. in a fow words, the out- lines I have traced and inmy details still escate in-l hive flung those ideas by rhanco nnd rapidly together, and 1 hardly I'ims, nau me iii'puuiie stood, and nau it, 'from the f ren li Republic, become, as logic , 1 required, thu Ciirnpean Republic, a fact that 1 I might have then been accomplished in loss ' ' than one year, and almost without shock or mutilation, befi.re the breath of the grand ki--i cum. ui.ui. ii.iu j w-man: u oiiooiu no imigtr ui rrenr.11- men, or Prussians, or bpani.nl, but simply ( brave soldiers! There was probably, at that Europeans! On nil sides around us, screni- moment, too, some Tropicus or lh'oche in ty. activity, prosperity and life. No other ! teaw. Uut nothing could restmin him. nrnggle trom one end lo tho other of tho 1 He act out. He traversed the Champs F.ly. Continent thm the struggle of tho good, tho ; st.e and the Tuileries, between triple files beautiful, the great, the just and thu useful, of bayonets. lu issuihg from the Tuileries. overcoming obstacles, and seeking its ideal. ,o entered the Rue de 'Jlchelle. The Rue Kverywhero that mighty victory which is ,0 I'Echella (tho Street of the Ladder colled labor 111 that mighty cflulgcncc which I Tka.-s.) means the aticH of tho Pillory ; in is called poaco. i former times, there hid been a ladder or pil- Heboid, then, citizens behold, in brier, the ory there. In tint street, ho behold the epectacle which, had the Revolution In-j throng, ho saw the threatening gestures or umphed, we should at this hour have pres-1 the people; a workman shouted: "Down euted to to Luropo uf llie peoples. , with tho traitor!" Ho turned pale, and Ilut these things aro not realized. Hap. j wheeling his horse, hasten-d back to the piiy, .miiv nas oecn ro-esiaoiisneu. aim instead of all I have portrayed, what do we sec? hat stands before us now is the Europo oflho King-. And this Europe ol Iho Kings, what Is it 1"WB ' It has the l ircc; it can do what it wills ; tho King are free, because they have stilled liberty ; tho L'iropo of the Kings is rich ;, it Inn millions, it has tens and hunreds or millions ; it has hut to open the vient of the , ieuple and there spout forth blood and gold. What then is it doing? Does it clean ' nut ihn Mt.mlli. ril n.vtrrnlilit .,,.ar. 9 ! , shortening tho route to India ? Is I " , It I U)k I IK' I tho l acitic to ihe Atlantic? Is it 'ho Pacific to I lie Atlantic ? Is it piercimz , 'be Isthmus of Suez ? Is it cutting through i wiv milium. ,m luiiiiiinr hi is u laying in tho depths of Ocean the vast electric wiro "Inch sh ill bind Continents to Continent bv thought become lightening, and which, as tho colossal norvo uf the universal life, will mako or this Globe one enormous heart a hose pulsation shall bo tho thought of u.in .- Y I h w hot is this hiiropc of Kings niw busied ? I it, ai mistress of Iho world, accomplishing Mine great and holy work of pnigre, civilizutuii and humanity? To what iijuiIos it apply tho gigantic forces of tha Continent It has at Us diposal ? What la it doing t Citizens, it is miking war ! l It UI IUI IIUIll i For you, yo peoples ? Nu ! for tbenMuives, the Kings ! v hat kind ot a war is it ? ri ,, P '" i JlS'n,;.a, , r h' - fill 111 Its onoimi" ilenris II iln Wnv.i 1 i,.r. r.hU i, .1. L. ... .,.i...,i , I ' V , , ,, A war beginning in the laughable, to tci- min-itein lho horriblo. , I vv o iiivo already moro than , once .poku.i ol Ibis war, and we arc con- d-n...od to speak of ,t for a long tuno yet- j "V ,L 'J,.' """Man in.pi.-st, and that it looks to those wl, wi i, an aching heart. : havo no fanh in the future of nations, ouid- a an army, an admirable, an incomparabla . nrmv, formed lor great wars, by twenty years ' j Africa; an ormy which was the front I w rrcncin.icii, wno surround me. 1 ranee 1 ..oiu , ...;.. .b uuSni .or u a louu .10 lias loumi in the t-r.mea know not what lurid light glowing above tho r or this rnin is blinded and pushed on by future.-blockados, conflagration?, bombard the fatality within him, and by that mslinct ,enh, famines, pcstilencres, bankruptcies ; o. he old vvorld s destruction which, in spito for mterests and egotisms a general scramb ..r him, still forms his very soul, ym., il,s,i . 0bsc revolts amongtlio sol- Liilci, for one moment withdraw your diery awaiting tho universal uprisim' of the eyes Irom Cayenne, where you behold an- peo)0. A dreadlul state of ih.n.'l. I may oilier sepulchre, and turn them yonder to- weli say, and search out foi yourselves the wards the East! I here you have brethren. fllla tue. To capturo Sobastopol is war Ihe hrencli and English armies aro there! without end not to take it an irremidablo What is that trench they aro opening bo-1 humiliation. Until now men ruined them fore yon Tartar cuy? tjnt trench, at two 1 Kelv0s for the sake nf glory ; now, they rum paces from which still Mows the rivulet of themselves for acorn and opprobrium. And the Mood of Inkcrmann; that trench in . under this clashing and battling of tho infu vih.c . there nro men who pass the night mled Cosars, what w,H become of those standing, nnd who cannot lio down because I nations which survivo? Thny will weep they aro in water up to their knees ; and i to their very last tear they will piy tho very others who recline, but in a foot of inire, last Hnii-ili.v iii i,i.iinih..i......J i.i..-:. that covers them completely, requiring thorn 10 piaco a stone ueiicain tnoir lioau, in order ..ul. " . ...... " . tM9l If iniV riilT ttlnV linlmv tTaa cns-tinn n..l and under the snow, and who will awaken on the morrow, bin w ah frozen limbs ; and " a T" .i.. Jf. ? "1 ,"'uu'. .""'" nn ii,a .,....,,, .. 1 i 1... . ., uu inn ,iii.iiw.., uin un iiuci. iiuius ; unu others who aro lying down, but on tho ice, .. ., - . .. and who will never again awake ; and oth era who aro walking, bare-footed, in cold or, r" b''". .."'""a 0"''-" shoes, they do not ikuscss the strength to draw them on again ; and others covered with undressed wounds ; all without shelt-i er, without fire, almost without food, in tho . ,,CK 0, nicaiis oi transport, wun wet rags ; which havo becomo icicles for clothing, ' gnawed by dysentery and typhus foyer, liar- assed with sorties, crippled by bombs, awak- .ii. ;ni.i i i. i. died trom their agony by grape and canist- It is the product of the perjury of tho 'id cr, and ceasing to bo combatants only to be- and ofthe butchery ofthe dth; Itcannot bo come once more poor dying inval d ; Hint 1 nml of it, nt least, lhat it is a bastard. It u trench where England, tr. this day, has piled ' a mother in trcastn and a father in massacre, up thirty thousand soldiers, and where I Behold tnee two things which to day touch f ranco, by Dec-mber IT I do not know each olhor, like tho (Tngers of tho hand of the latest figures hid buried forty six Divine Ju.tice theambuscade of l&5i and thousand seven hundred men ; lhat treacli I tho calamity of IH55, the calastroplio or Pa whero, in lea than thrco months, eighty ris and tho catastrophe or Europo M. Ho thousand men hove disappeared ; that trench napartk started from tho former tu roach aiound bebasti.pol is the grave of the two iho latter. armies. The digging of tint trench, which 1 am awaro tint people say to me,-I am is not yet finished, has already cost three aware that M. Roai-aiue y. tome and milliards. ... ,, , causes his newspaper organs to say ;' You W ar s a wholesale grave-digger who have nothing on your tongue but the Second ask, high wages lor his work. of December! You keepb constantly . Yes, in ordcr to dig iho grave of those ing those same things! to which 1 reply : two armies of Franco aud England, Iho ! You aro still there! latter all included, comprising, too, th capi-1 I am yuur shadow! and is it my fault ir tal invested in the fleets destroyed, and Iho shadow of a crime be a spectre ? comprising tho depression of manufactures, ' No! no! no! no! Let us not bo silent ! trado and trade and credit, havo already i let ui not grow weary, let us not cease! It spetit threo milliards, Three milliards! is, also, continue th.-re, wo who have rHit With thoso threu milliards they might have "d justice and reality, There now hang completed the network of English and' French , above the head of Uo-iaparte, two wlndiip' railways, they might have constructed the 1 sheets tho winding theot of tho people tubular lunnej in tho Channel a better and tho winding sheet of the army let ut bond of union between the two nations than i wave them without respite. Let nir voices iho grasp of the hand between 1ird Pal- . be heard incessantly above all other souud MissTo.iand Ho.yapartf-, which has been 1 at Iho bounds of Ihe horizon let ihem have nourished over our heads with Ihe inscrip-1 the fearful mciiutony of the ocean, of the tion. "To Gooo Faitii ;" with those three , tempest, of tho winter storm, of the hurricane, milliarJs they might have drained all the of the great protesting voices ot Nature! marshes nr franco and England ; have giv. Then, citizens, a war tn tho knifo, a fa en wholesome water to all tho cities, all Ihoniless decay of all the vital energies snd tl.o villages and all the rural districts ; have I forces, a I unu lest downftll such it the con given new health to the earth and to man; dttion of that wretched social syttera of tht have re wooded all the tlopet In both coun- past, which thought Itself saved because one tiicf, arid, consequently, have prevented freshets and inundations ; have restocked all the rivers with fuh so that tho poor could get ahnon at half penny n pound ; havo multiplied tho workshops and achools ; havo explored and, worked tho veins of coat and minerals; liavo given every parish their steam excavators ( havo aowed millions of Continent, tho two armies aro lingering out their last agony. And, all this time, what is the "Kmi-cruk Natolko.'s III." about? 1 open a newspaper of the Kmpiro, (the orator here unfolded a French paper,) ami In it I read tho following: "The Carnival pursues its pleasures. We havo nothing but parties and balls. The Court will, for twenty-four hours, Iny aside the mourning nsiuined on tho occasion of tho death of tho Sardinian princesses, so as not to prevent the ball which is to take place at the Tuileries." Yes, it is the accord of an orchestra which wo hear in thu Pavilion do I'llorloge; ves, the Moniteur reports, with full detailthe quadrille in which ' their Majesties figured" yes.ine timpcror dancra, tins NAriiLCo.i to which France and Lngland, thoso two isiiiiaiut-3, Willi DIOOUSIIOl CJ'eS, COIDC, Ono one after the other, palo and dishevelled, to pour Into tho gulf their treasures and their ch.Ulron, recninjnnncing elerl netcrdotio! Still wo aro told that " the Emperor" is about to start for the Crimea! Can it be? n represented to us as brandishing towards Sobsstnpn! the sword of Lodi, drawing on! iho snyen league-boots of Wagram, with I Trophtnguc and llaroche, 111 tears, clinging I to the two lappets of his grav overcrau I What docs this " going to Urn wars" mean ? lyiuzens, a recouecuoii : un tnu morning . must go lortli and share ti tlin it.innr nf imv hilyseo. Then, Cm not pirade before us the .emotions of Ibis departure. Should ho go, ' the door of Ilia Tuileries, like that ofthe Blysoe. will remain hs'f open behind him ; 1 should he go, it will not be to the trenches whrn Ins trootw an utr..nnr- nnrin iho breach where they aro dying. The first cannon shot that tliiinilnrs in Ins oars : ' I)u n with the traitor " will cause him tn ' retrace Ins ftcps. Ho assured ;-fnr never, 1 111 Paris, or in tho Crimea, or in history, will l.ouis IWimhtk pass beyond the street of 1 ihe pillory ! Moreover, should he depart, tho cyo or I 1 : , , i. . ' ... nisiory win uo ineu on rru. i'l lis wait: CillTuiW ! I lllin inil ,iLilrt,,l lialnrn v., nml I wmiM limit ii.n ,,u,iPn ,i.-i iv,.. t,n day, presents to your gaze. ' What Republican Europe would bo. I Invo bet forth ; whit Imjicrral Europo i, you see. In the midst nr this general position of alTurs, the special situation of France is an follows : Her finances squandered, her Tuture home down with burdens, bills or exchange, sign ed December v!d nnd Louis Hivwahti., Mhl consequently, subject tn protest; Austria and Prussia foes under the guise or friends and allies ; a coalition or kings latont still, but visible; tho dreams or a dts.i.cniberttwiil i e turning; it million ol men ready to preci pitmo ih,..i. wpo,, tho Hbine at the Czars nisi signal; our African army de stroyed, and a prop lo lean upon, what ? Kuglanil a wreck ! Such is the frightful horizon before us, ; and Rt Hi two Mtrenmio, behold two spec, p.. ..... ' . .. I" " . . ' ' 1,1 Crimea anil the epsclrn ot llie Republic in exile ! Aa . ona r le5e ,wo spectres b-ars m its side the gaping digger wound, :,.fl,cted by the bthcr, and pard ons it. yea, I ,., trm MllIMon 1Jfo mournMi 60 wtehoili lhill i.ariianienl , torrnr or(le,; 0d, especially bv Providence, as if IW we're der ero about to perish, an! England to foun- 0f nations ; Kurope ono s aushter house. I of thoir M remaining child. Wo aro in' England -what do we see around us 9 On ' II I 011 'es womeii in mourning-mothers, sis- to these women, ifyoti can,' tho objects or their gnen All England is clothed with thel le"' orl,ni,n Klr's n'lu "idows. t lien restore meir irini emblem oV woe i - iiiih - 1" ui ,,ut In Franco there are two vast mournings, one or which isdealli; the other and tha Worst, dis-raco ; the hoc" tnn.l. of UaUUUva ...d tt.a gr..j'bH .t the Tuileries, E,ile8, tliU crisis Ins h name -that name is "society restored and saved1" Ect us not forget it this name tells us to let us refer cvervlhiii" back to it nnmn Yes this situation thw whnlo rrwi. l.n. sorun.. un Iron. " ilm ,n. ' " ' "- ber I ii resume the thread of mv disconnin fine morning it beheld nn advonturer, its conqueror, entrusting public order to the keeping of his abirri, and tho process of its degradation to the Jesuit. Everything is in goo 1 hands, it is ai.id.What docs it now think of tho results? O Peoples, thero aro men of curses and accursed. When they promise pcaco they proffer war J when they promise safety thejr entail disaster I when they promise prosperi ty they bring down ruin ; when they promise glory they insuro our shame. hen they grasp the crown of liiAar.rMAo.tr., they placo it on tho brows of Kzzeli.io; when they recast tho medal of n Car.si n, it is with tho lineaments of a Ma-Hiam ; when they reinaugurate the Fmpire, it is by commenc ing with 1612 1 when they lift up an eagle, it is but a vulture ; when they give to a peo ple1 a new name, it is but a false namo; when they make an oath, it is a false oath ; when they announce an Auslcrlitz, it is a falso Austcrlitz; "hen theybestow a kiss, it is tho kiss of Judas ; when they point out a bridge by which tu cross from one aide to tho other, it is tho bridge of Ilcrcsina ? Oh ! F.xilcs, there is not 11110 of us tin wrung, fiir, every where around us is deso lation, abject prostration, and abomination ! fur tho aggrandizement ol tho Czar la tho diminution of the light ; for I, who am now speaking 10 yon, feel tho humiliation or this once great, proud, Treo and generous Fng land, as a 11 11 11 ; for at this moment wo hear rrancr falling, falling, with the sound of a coffin when it falls I You are wrung with grief, but you have courage and faith. You do well, my friends. Courage, then I Courage ! moru than ever ! As I havo already said, it grows more evi dent from day to day, lint, at this instant, Franco and l'ngland havo left to them but i one path, but ono outlet of safety, tho e-1 mancipation of the peoples, tho insurrection j in one mass of tho proitrate nationalities the K-Kvtsi.uTion ! Sublime alternative! It is grand that safely has become identified ! wilh justice. It is in this that Providence! breaks forth in splendor. Aye, have cour age more than over. In the hour or utmost peril, Dasto.i exclaimod "Daring! l)ar-, ing ! and yet more Daring!" in adversity, ' we should cry out, " Hope! hope! and still , more hope !" Friends and brothers I iho I great Republic, the democratic, social and tree Republic, will, era long, blaze out in magnificence again, for it is tho office or the Hinpiro lo givo it a new birth, as it is tho office of tho night to usher 111 tho day. These men or tyranny and misery will dis appear. 1 heir tuno to stay is now counted by quick minutes. 'Ph hey are backing to llicednc ofthe abyss. ami wo who aro already in the gull, can see their heels that quiver already beyond the borders ofthe precipico Oh, exiles I I call forth in testimony the hemlock Ihe Socrates have drank, the Golgolhas the Christs have climbed, the Jericho, tho Joshuas have caused to crumble ; I summon up in testi mony the baths uf blood taken by the Thru seas, tho faggots whence Jiiii.n IIuss, and those or this world like him, have cried : the swan will yet bu born! I tummon in testi mony these seas that brat around ui, and which tho Culumbuses havo pasted beyond ; I call upon yonder stars which ehinc above us, and which Ihe Gallilces have questioned, tn ber witness, exiles snd brethren, that liberty can never die, she is immortal, and, exiles, Truth is eternal ! Progress is the very stride id" God. Then let those who weep bo comforted ' and thoso who tremble - it soy su. li there be among us be assured. Humanity ignores M-lt-murdcr, and God lays not aside his omnipotent control. No, the peoples shtll not forever gropo in darkness, knowing not what hour lias been reached m science, "Iut hour in philosophy, what hour In art, what hour in linmau mind, and with their ovos fixed upon de-putism, that black dial of gloom on which the double needle, at unco sword and sceptre, forever motionless, forever marks Midnight. Lir e to Tin: Umvchsai. Repuiimc I Seven Days later from Europe. Nr.iv York, March 27. The Steamship Atlantic, Copt. West, has arrived with her regular dates Tho Emperor Alexander 'Jd has succeed ed peaceably lo the Russian throne. He ba issued a manifoHto stating that he will adhcro to the policy of 1 i lather Nicholas. Constantino and other brothers and officers tisvo taken oat In or allegiance. Alexander has .confirmed as diplomatist, Gortschtkotf, with the previous instructions lo nogotinle. Tho fust preliminary conference has been held at icnu-i. Niclmlaa had recalVd Menschikoft and' appointed GortschakotT lo the chief com mand, Oaten Sicken second in command, and Gun. Ludcrs lo Iho command in Uossa rabia. Alexander had appointed Gen. Rudiger Minister uf War. l'ne Allies have order ed their generals to press forward ihe war. ' There had been mure lighting in ihe Cn-; mea. The French stormed a ruduubt skil-! fully erected by tho Russians, during the j night, and several hundreds were kilted. ' A strong rumor prevuled that tht. Grand Duke .Michael had been wounded, and died at Sebattopol. A large force of Russians ' thrnn.pnmtl Il.ilnrlitm. Tim hli-wtimilu nfil... Danube bad been raised. llrotissa had been destroyed by an earth quake, Mill moil of us inhabitants. A disagreement had arisen between Naoleon and England. 'I he former said the two armies should not act together if Roebuck's committee proceeded. Clarendon went express to Uoulognc and made matters straight. Meantime the committee proceeds, but it is thought that Parliament will be dissolved. There aro serious dilliculties iu Ticino and Switzcrlctid. The Helgian crisis continues. The King of Denmark is sick. The Death of Ihe Czar. Wc have now copious details of the last brief illness, and death ot Nicholas, and of the peaceable succession of his oldest son Alexander to tho throuo of tho Russians. St. Pelersburgh, March 1st, Winter Pal ace, 1,75 A. M. Tho state of the Emperor became much worto yestcrnsy evening. Violent fever manifested ilsell with inflam mation ol llie lungs. The fever has lasted during the whole mght, and prevented sleep, Ejection continues without obstacle. A slight attack of gout is observable. The debility of tho august invalid has greatly in creased, and, at least, in the opinion of the physicians, the slate ol his Majesty is most critical St. Pilcribugh, March lsi, 4 40 A. M The state of the Emperor has not improved in any respect this morning. The Empress has had soma palpitations of tha heart, but ' is other" 180 well. Send this intelligence to Schenn Strelitz and the Hague. . , St. Ptteriburgh, March 2d, li A. M. The Emperor has calmly received from Dr. I Maudt the communication that atrophy of I the lungs is p,tbable. He only observed : " And when shall I become paralyzed r" The physicians did not givo a precise answer. The Emperor then said to Dr. Car rel! : " When shall I suffocate ?" He hat taken the last sacraments, lie has taken leavo of his wife and children, whom ho blessed separately, lb also his grand children, in a firm voice, in full possession uf his intellect, perfectly calm, and with great presence of mind. Hit pulse is still strong, but musk has already been administered. Tim Empress keeps up and allows resignation. Six hours alter the data ofthe above, that is lu say shortly after noon of Friday, March '-Id, he expired. The Emperor's last words wero spoken in tho French language. Ad dressing the Empress, he said: "Tell Frederick (the king of Prussia) tu continue attached to Russia, as he has hitherto been, and never to forget his father's wordt." It is said that a few days before his death, the Czar succeeded in etlecting u complete reconciliation between his two eldest sons, Aldxander and Constantino, who were al variance The Grand Duke Constantino lias formally j laxen the oatu oi uueiuy to ins brother i Alexander. The greatest enthusiasm was manifested during the ceremony . Tho officers of tho House, and the authorities of Su Petersburg and elsewhero, had likewise! taken the oaths to iho Emperor and crown Prince, and the whole garrison was to do se on the lid. On the!M, Count Paiiiii, Minister of Justice, put seals upon the privstu cabi nets of tho Itto Emperor, in presence of Alexander. Empres. though much affected by ath of her husband, is, nevertheless, the deat uuuur man uii(ih navu ucen expected alter tho shock iho has received. From tho Crimea. We havo particulars! of the attacks by tho Russians on Eupatoria, but they furnish no now features. Tho principal attack wss on Iho 17th of February, when tho Russians mustered about S.1,000. Tho conflict lasted four hours and n half, when the Russians retreated. llcforc Scbastopol there has been (Otno fighting. A Russian redoubt erected on the night of the 51st of February, in tho left Hank or tho fortifications of Scbastopol, was attacker by Iho French un the night of tho IMth, but tho accounts of thoaffair arc very contradic tory. That it was attacked and stormed fccms to bt certain ; the allies say it was destroyed with lOtl killed, but MenschikofTs despatch states that "two regiments rcpuls ed them, and llie enemy lost six hundred men." Mzasi.cs. There have been or late, a bout 100 cases or Measles in Pcacham. One only has been ratal the case or Mr. Chandler. Thrco and a hair million bushels or wheat was raised in California last year. The ay rage yield per acre was S3 bushels. 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P Ths slMtvt atabf p svaift'ioi, ilto l)r Me Itn 'i i-t-i -is-tj rimirugc, ran uw be katj i l rtpttt ttv in ttMtr.iy. ItZX INn-tvl-at)! v it itrat Va crfu in sk It.r, tal UV fi.-Ms.kMi Ut. Mo LAN KM MVflfl ril.l. I k-r t (Jtm rilia,iri.lin2 lu ba Lift I'llltj, no b tot Scrofulous Diseases. I(. TyUt uf Naw llavth, Can., tr.lioai a rtito Cpllapav, in a S. rafu.itja chil-l , lb It occurniic ty thfci .. k, wu ib tatittrd thi rrntHr, aa to pai tn aaoHirta Hhnaji lu. J bi W tttiJ w.th aauia urc?tj tm IWuockiat At.etiM.a anal ia tkln.e cat oritt.iiy fam Uaatirtiil dttcfi!iia. o tyt " 1 fitatnl ii. Hue i Hm tu kava a woi((.irul tiTtci impi't.ii thrt Hipftna, aiitiajtl. bd pjiitit. m fci, id er y , . ,jU t it; in.. , it i miu tbaa fulftlUd ibt rxp rtoitiKti nf ihu-o witti know it aty fao a.JvTtit i-ctt.-jfi uf Mvt-ri' ttura Um. v)-IAM"r M'U'liLll for tbs r.i.ttcfi bj C. II. rn.lt, rti4iiB4i.. utiojl tbamitl. New II. v ., i t t, .,1. b FKF.D. K Kill! II aa( It (f, TVI.KR. Mstii.HliRf Vi., mJ aali) in Mariitma finara.lt , wlif. tutu ml fit, Vc., maj b lasf rati. 18-lw K WoNDtart'L Him o tat b i iasDil he niaJ hi Uf. t'urtia, 1 ibia rilr.in thi lirattvaml t( Con iMsnaium, riinn i.i.l nil Ilii,afl ol t'ta Lmat. -W lain tn ' Or, CrtM Jftist t tUlmj Jff fiaa 'i.r Cktrrf S$rup." WmIi Uu din u.eil. Dr. C. b a raaltNv! sstottiy kftlicU4 I ttirct hUbi an rtiiaucf ol biib bt bi tanumerabla rvitlfint'aa Haakin; of fht tiaaimant, a Hil ia tciMtai l II (i ridMl ibat mba iw cvoitanll brtiatbiHs an airfcalila aralit vapor, tha maJicmal prof-r.ia iwuti nnm tfirarl runtMi with tba wbol ufiha mta) canty f iba luaci, a ad that . et tb .nxJucat. intuthc tietttaiii yb)tedtoth yt of tlifcatiait. 'tim ygmi itfitf ),- bf KllKU K d HI I'll, Munihrr, Vt , acd at all the dritriia i.f-uiH.t iiryi.ii). lt .Viw Til (- tns(liariiiti.antir MnJicatedlohalatioala nik trlumatkthii (tj,fi, 2.l SIMITII'S Anodyne Cough Drops, Tlio fireal I'oit fi-r all Diseases oj the Throat and Lungs ! In l.,.ie ll.lllM .155 Ceotl. It ia oand l,r r.')an una io tlt.ir praelleo and in Ib.ir omtii t'.ntlili, w.lb auch oou.1 a uec.aa lbl lief wtllmjly, wiib.iiit aolii-ttafioo, (ire ihoir reeomnien datli.na fur lla u0. M401 cliliculea or. now 111 nt M,ara.iHl ftoni omlorot lirioiana I.O kavo Mtod .1 and ei4it.ined tho Iteoipt fioioiiLeli It la prepared, and Ibor d.-oloto tavt tli.7 know n t.riie. i.pt.tfon in uto tkaa tbeao An-dyno Ooufo Ilropa ll.low a,. tow i..n,.uf tn. m.or I'l.ral'iana alio -a. .1 in Ih. r .r.tt-e.i.S .pt k hi.hlr in .la favor: III. CMAIII.W CLAIIKK, Muaipallei, Vl. He SUfl. VV. 1IIAYI.lt, Jr., llurl.attos.Vl. Ir. ; IlllltU C MUIIUI.,oithl.ld, Vl Ilr. I1I'II, Horlin.Vl. Dl BlliKIA VV. Dortv, Vl. I'll 111). K. SMITH, Proprietor. Mwntpahf r, Vl. FolJ ! UfUMMUBKti Maichan a tiarihaia. Kvbtuatt , 53 """7 J"I iwrBfi ( l.Oira wntn tn 3Hnriingfi.. In Mtaipl.ai, M.Mb T.hj Rv w, U.lmd, Mr. Jamaa lli.)iii.t. and Mli t annf A. ot, loih of IVil ati)sl wu. Iu Var(tta. Vt., na Mtindai eramnj SCth Itwt., bf r U'. W Hiaiuck, Iwhn'llulimy IlonUnf, Van.. in a . s. U tr ..t t I I'. . . a . tt I ' w u iMnu.iii, taiiismj t liivvf 1 tJauittai A tba lvU Major I4. TkaUay, V. t. A, In flail tig, l mtr.t, by Mr. Kuhiniont Mr Jos-ltb Uala f ilanc, atrti Atii II mh U ilme. of 6iai Dfnilj0. In U'anan, March V3, 1 tmnaD II, agtd 9 jari and 10 monthi. friafth !(, Julia Ana, axd I war and C inr.nht uf tb fioop. enij tbiaiiian vf William aril Atltlma John Stearns. Jr.'s Estate. 'pilf tubifnbirt Iiiifl bean appointed ajr iba Hon, 1 1'iofota tuuri lot (ho Di'tiiit of Vaibin.ap, Commiiiionart, lo re-titt risiiuiaa and ai'Jmt all cl-stn-a nnd ili nitiroli uf all parion. (tlnl tba citoi i-fJUlIN KAIt.NH, JU. Uie if W.nrlorj, in aaul diiltif l, df-ua d, tipre.autld (OtolHDt, an.lllitriu (. I ik uiuutlii f.u'ti il 17th day of iMaHb, Jf55, bcrnf alUwrd by "d t "mi to tb e ri!ioii ol raid datrasid to i j hi I l a I'd 1'ftivv ibt it rcii'tetita claim t hofor uI Gir i.cittea i at wi dl ailrod tu tba dUiaa vf vvr jifuiutmiiit i't lb dttrl m luuis ff widtw Abigail ll.tftaaiua, in i-ietbury, in iiJ dUtnci, intbrltit Tnaidija f Ai'il and Aufuil nt-it, at ln o'clock lu tha lufruidOU. u tat It ol iliif. HUA MAV, t Con-nit i.M). D, tSMlTII, I livaaia. iVateiliuiy.MiiLl.31ai, A U 2 sTaTK OK VtllMO.ST, ( Al Trobala Court hald Duiiict el Randaliib, a. ai Kndo!(ib. witbln tisd fi ihn rliaulci -I err if id, on tb twtniy.thiid ' of Mlirfc, A. 11. JSUI A' N i.NKTiilJlKNTpurrorliostobatb, Lait Will la alldlliilticl, dieaa.d,,a i,iem,d tlio Coo.t rid Tctlameiii of r il-. i laia oi .iraioiif o bar, (or rrolial,, Of 4 r. aiitii, in. aaicoivr iv.i.io "fialilaia, II la orda.ed bj laid CouM, Ibal ulill aolic.b, ivaa to all prrivna cootrfood tb.aia, to appoir b.lvt, latd Coutl l aenluo Iherruli to bo held at lb. Probata Ulrica io iiU llandolli oa Iba Hlb day ol Apiil-nell, tad coaitit tl. I'rob.la or a. id Willi and It ia fullr.tr otdr.td Ibal tbla ordct bo rubliabtd Ifare week, luee.iiitali la tb, Vera.oat W.lchmta andniaia Jouiaal, a aowapaoci p. loud 1 1 slouii'nlier, ia l b I a But,, tba iaal of a bich abll b, 'iarioui lo tta d. aaalfaed, taafororatd foebaaiiat. tiir.o.u..,! ail bandit .ba froboia OHiire, al Ran dolpb, Uii,2Udd.i.lMarcb.AUIttti. , . . a JOHN U.llUTCIIIiNCO.V, Judta. Tho