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'Al yb work dome forp living at a
ditance, man b dorath time the work
is dome. er a ntescred in the village.
Alle nanan inddtesd to the Edior,
- pge'Ig,-w ptly and strictly attend.
FAmas caOWstaaJw1 r
-Sout'CWaelb Raig Road-Teinteg
4da busines espacity of its Ofer
ad Agents.-We hope we shall not be
ci:arged w. State vanity ia asking the
attenhioa "iftor readers, everywhere, to
the bllowing sbr extract front he semi
amnal Report of Mr. Tu , late Fresi.
det of S. C. aC C.R. IMmpany to the
S sueting of t8Stocbolders io January
It bas. Lees asa to see& at the basi
sess habUis of Southerni men, as if method
and ezactitade ere thins quite beyond
our poiwer to reeb,--whetber from etu
eatuin or elimate we have never beird es.
plained. It bas been very currently sup.
posed, to, that comsercial integry nod
offiial faithfulsaehbd, by no meams,their
'eisen resideoeitii theSouth. Let the
foll;,wiag fact as in the way in which our
leading mooied institution bas been mian
agesfor lears past, and is now, speak for
tbemselves4 They are as -bonorable to
the parties and ther naive State, as they
.:The seeeliding observation of Mr.
Tlapper (which we have italicised) is not
more obloetban, econotirallyr egarded.
profound; -and if in dying. be leave to his
children no other bequest than a character
formed op these prisciples, it will be an
honorable heritagse enough, maind they will
want no other. -Ltsg-long may it be, we
devoutly hope.befere what he an signifi.
castly tems, ie1Ving ofthe New York
frads-th POWlar mess: of the ristes."
-..ainas oobof4?dn 1he soil of South
Camlis, .'Oid fd'kimed Aoetyut" for
us, though poverty cOiiie with it.
FAWlfaesus of Qers, 4V.-1 cannot
Close this lrport wttiouit expressiing to
the oAicers and nt*in the employ of Ihe
Company. !he ,iWgstino I feel to then)
fitbe aid I have . -a transliiog ibe
basis..s allotted to toe.
In fact, the doris-of &6e President have
almost been anuihilat'd, by the mrictnessi
sad faithfulness oothers. to their resp-c*
'tive daties. For if all otheraperform theirs.
there is little leqffor iim to do..
And it has beefi mrTiso of lWse, that
I have felt myself almost an idler in the
way of those who were tasy in tob varied
engagements to which their respective
euploymnatm Callea them. And when
any defec-bas been Jtacovered in any des
psrtneat, before thedierupal requcst to the
proper o8iess could bqtasdo for its cor
tectien, it has been demo sod tiy wishes
auticipated., - ,. ..
And wherever engaged, whbetber at the
bursam or in the swamp, I have felt as if
'the oefeers and men were all oine.f~a'mi
. y, deeTroas of coutributing to the comfort
of quea ether, white attending to ths in.
* erest of the ce~ywith apparvntly
4nere seal, thas If' husiness were thear
t has done; atch to lighi the
1.urt~eb qi these duties, and added to tile
pleaaoreof recording the performance of
. Theu'elirsly isomethbing to be sa~l
respecting the integrity of those who have
haded the imomey of this Company.
omthe time of tbe first payment of in.
gtaliestse t the ~rsn time, not one hun
'dred dollars ha's leeokst by the defalea
:ies inf nysfdheoffcrs or agents of the
sae ee bese
* riteen yeamre'-emtd when it is recollected
tbat the lst few years have beenmmore
remarkable than ay fornner perind, for
fraad and defaleation, islthe more lobe
sdwlred, that we have been blessed with
so many faithfol to their respective trusts.
* Scarcely a day psses witheat somse
new aecount of a great frand on a monied
institutient a defalestion of some of their
officers: one papsergives an afreont of 7
that have occurred sa New York city in
the last year. asmoenting to utiy,000, and
wheu thcse tltings are heard, antd 'een, all
around tao, the antegrit y and vigilance aif
our oflicers have kept the.. holding n so
old fashaioaed bonesty! without regard to
the popular custom af the times.
Of aI~our$6O,000 remitted, and a goodi
deal of~it 4beia large shipping houses were
fle.p about l of lper et bisbeen
1OS0s4.1 .bills--and in other tratnsac
,tiensib whole amount of loss will not
.' tc a...udrddlas.i, !I
8100,005 sol!on a credit, ou!v $5000. un
collected. and it is believed . the greater
part of this will be' et collected.
As fir as travelletrs are eoncerned, we
have been as muchl favored in protecting
life as property.
In 12 year.s daily rinning of tratns con
our Road, not a p enger's 1la [as bseen
lost upon it-yet about 410,0000 have
passd1 !i that timne.
a il not he considered, hal I hac said
too much e ndividual charucter. when it
is vemember Ed,sefeaprl,f cina. and the
aris, ineld be a deai lettcr without honesty
t, direct them to uteful and legitimate par
. rom the PIarter.
I~Labor Apnvrablr?-..We tr-'- that
our readers iill hear with usin eomment
jug oe mom on this topic. Iainrt iu
honorable. In a country like ths. where
a thousand fields are open to the enter
prising anti industrious young man. so
spend the Bower of ni youth unimployedl
beenoW i cannot fill, at once. a station
of destinution. om reap a golden. harvest
without the toil of years, is itself, tlw very
disgrace that he keared to incur,.by en
gingtio enme 4f the hnmble vocatinns
6Ye. It s, certainly, less pleasant to
band!e a blackmith's hammer, than a
lawyer's brief but a,1ung man, in 4boos
1g an ofipa'ioniliad ltter be well as
sured that he can manage the l6tter with
Mureskill mod eler,. titan the formner. he
fare be decides to forego the labors of the
forge, for those of the law-aofice. . Alany
a man wbo wgutd have becotne an orna
Ment to soiet' as a mechanic, has be
come - useless drone, as a lawyer or
It is a sad inistake, which many young
men make, in supposing that a man's oc
cupation gives him respectabilijt, There
is a wide difference betwee'n calinz (r
oeupstioi,) and character. A man's oe
empaiion i'S but he neans of gaining char
acler. To select, therefore. p profission
for uieb te it not well qu'lied. in pre
(srene o a trade, or the 'bons of a farm
fir which he -s, is eily to throw -aiwiy
respectability, tati. e'pebaps.-distinction,
Let any intelligent Lawyer, pass she 'me
ridian of ife, decide the question. Let
him east his. eyes around a court room.
and select a baf dozen who have ju-t
euommeneed at the har. and who have been
educa'ed to regard manual labor as de
gradio- and then let him select riot a
work-:Lp. an equal number of lprd
working young mecla:ics. ana ask him
to decide which will be the men of influ
euce and of properiy fifteen or twenty
years hence. He will. without a moment's
hesitation, poist to the mechanics The
road to wealth and distinetion, i4 a toil
some one,-hut it is not bounded ly the
narrow limits of any vocation. Fir be
it from us to underrate tihe noi.le profes
sinus of Law and Medicine. Ench pie
sent. a wi.ie field fCar usteflslne-v anad hion
Prable distinction. Iat they are not tie
n; 7ieldp of which retipectatility. or even
distiscinn, may he gained; mar do they.
ofi:hnselves, confer either re pectability
or distinction. A- an evidence of 'hi;.
look ar the ,seaifliest and most distin
guished ien in do tth Co.a.lin.. They
gained their wealh and disiction 'in va.
rious pursuits; but ii was byv induttrv and
reconomy. that each privei succesfl in
his own avocation. Its fact. In a profes
sian, success is as much depetident 4111 pa
tient industry and ernam5.a it i, in
thnse avocations that require r :ennal la
bor. Take the most distingsishtel Law
yer. ad Physicians ; how did they rise ?
A large 4-mojotity of them conenced
poor, but the secret 4- their 'teces is, that
they started as poor men. They toiled
pa'ttodj. through the dull drtdgery of
business. and were stot ashamedl of the
most rigid economy: nsever- w' iring to be
foasaonabte .young. meol A .ou'h. with
thetm, was a season of toil1 nand tyith r'per
yascame tno toward of honor, when
wealth., wing itsapace. roulbI permit
greater indulgencen ir he elegait-ses an.I
luxurie. of life. . Take the wealthy as a
class. . How large a portion do )-tu finsd
of them, who began as gloughbsays.hrick
layers, blact-hint br, tad~ory thoe-maker.,
&e 7. These. men. have made their. for
'ana by .1gr. end having madle it lay
Aoesit labor sud geoaomy, they enjoy a
-ditinguished place in society. We nre
fprcd' then, to . the enoelsasion, not only
that, labor is hoonqable, Get thateit is ana al
6'jusi certaim road tq as high distirsction as
ise"1iatible with the .utlents antd educa
iofheiydividlual who may choose t.>
seek an hoogst:Iivjag inshia way..
We would not'reparess the a'rdour of any
,owig mae w~ao aspires to etndnenice in -a
proflesmon. [I cs ba ensered fh with the
determinsation to tall sypthe as'ent before
him, natil he reaches a pwi ,tufdistine
tion, let bitn persevere. Sneh * -een
man will seeod. Bat if hp has selected
a profession fromn a dread of labor, believ
ing tha: a profession and respectability
are aytuedmoe. trms, he wi prbbably
find that sasn bard-wnrking young Me
ebaie.egq whom he now looks dlown will
look doiwn uspon him'irm a tar more ele
vated pouitie, before they have both
passed tihe ensdia of life.
AnniUrreary of Hamsburg.-Twegty
i wo years ago last Sunday, our little city.
Hlatburg wiss first began i on that day
the (ounder, lteury Shut-r. raised-the
first building, antd befores the sun went
dewn on that day. one hundred frames
were reared up. We are in a flnurishing
condition at this dote-brick edifices arc
going .up, and the city risiog sin wealtha
a.nd diteinntnou -Jor~an Jud 5.
?'OREIG N. -
. Arriral of the Hibernia.
4 DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE.
rron Smilth & Wismer Europeaun Times.
e(;erlT Suommary.-Our sheet to-day
neresuarily presents less than its usual va
riety. in consequence af the Great Western
having sailed so recenily-three days ago;
but it will he found, nevertheiese. to con
tain every ahing shas has orcurredl in the
interim worth recording. The debate ini
'tih liouseofl Comnmonon tho Iris4h Arms
l1@. on Fridav i;;-!, wts or.o of the msat
animtned wha-h ha iaken place during,
th- sesio.: the policy er the present as
comparrd with ::,o int; Government was
revie c4 l y the frigtesmi and oppor.Nt.eNts of
eerimony: Lirdi John tusecil's speceb.'
ie pir.iielar, w; tun;#t: v striat: and pint
ed; it h.:. received a Ia;-, re,-dl of priise!
fron the puarty if which his lordsih-p is e
recogiz-ed leadler dnt the jsresent
moiment. Ireland utabas ,. the "xclistive at
tetion of the iitatesmien hai puhst: writers
of Englaud. Masters leave come to a er:s.
no less rapid than critical; tout hlitheri,.
beyond sending large bodies of troops to
subdue any outbreak that may occur, tie
Government has dote nothing to arrest it.
But it is clear. from the miniisters' tone.
that their paienace is exhauste-d. A few
days will probably witness the develope
aent of their policy. 'he stbIject is sur
rounded with difficulty. and requi-es to be
hauded with no ordinary tact. A false or
an u lortunate hmiove would end in upset.
ting the ministry. and, perhaps. couvilsing
the country. Great men'. rise wisth great
ocscasioner It will he seenere brag whioher
Ensgland's minister is equal to the einer
cency. not merely of making Ireland paci.
fie. but, what is of far more conseqtuece
as regards the welfare of the empire at
large, rendering her contented. Various
are the penaces propouinded fur that pur
pose; Peel's choice will snake or mar him
as a stasesman. Mr. O'Conuell deetared.
onk Tuirstay, at the great meeting at En
nit, dat the Governmenit were more dis
posed to congiliate than in coerce, ad
that if they were prepared to sever the
Chureb from the State in Ireland. he
would meet them in "ecallent humour."
lie stea that Pepi and the conciliatry
party in tie Cabinet hl prevaisled. Itn
London, however, the helief is quite the
'-ther way, and that the Duke of Wetting.
ton's rec;p.e for juieting tie Irish, force,
bad found ith& gleaat number of sup rt
era in the Calinet, leaving Peel nd the
moderate party sat 1 finority. The laa
gtage used by Lord Stanley and Sir Jas.
Graham, during Friday's debate, in con
tradtisinction to that of Sir Rishert Peel.
is ielculated to strengthen the latter im
pression. A little time, howeacr. wili
sdecide the qucs'ion. The rer. is expected
this week to reach the enormous sout of
I.uonnr- resnelid Patris at the eod or the
neek that Eajpnrieroi and the youna Queen
of Spain had flhd.from the capitti. The
Frentchi 0;overlnen't is nccme-d isf w ith.
holding ete e. frmns Spain Coir purpoe,
tof its owta. th're wits no trsthl is the
lstatemntco, lbethughs it as evidenatsilhash
poition sa Epe',ero. is siil er:tical:
Nothing ntorthy ol note had occurred it
Mallow wvaus, ns iSundroy. the scene of
the next demnonstratiue, at whirh 4tK,0t
persons tire said ts have beset prebent.
Large- bodie-s .$ troops and polce were
stationed ina the neighborhaood. The enor
ennui mulutude paraded the town -in pro
cessiun. oai thense proreeded to an opes
space, where Mr O'Connell delivered an
alddress. Mr. O'Conueel dweli omuch on
sir. Rlobers l'ee'. use of the Queen's
name, and ont Loure l.yisdiersI',.stneer
ri'ao that the Irish where aliena in blood,
language, ands relialo
.When lhe hetard huim say that they
were aliens its atnuage, he repglied abat.
talkinag thse t'amn Iliangage, tlhe Saxons,
pkeit witha a laining, erwakiig. tone,
whil,: si lri'sh spoke. is nem fsully from thec
heart. sud gnave the signaificarsee of cordi
ali y o te we d slcyut tered.. .
But histhewou'nosahi speech was ati the
dinoen.a,whe~n six haundredl persons sat
down-iaitabe. lie begun tihus
"The uime is enau awhen see mutst be
doing. (Checers.) Gentlemen, yoau may
soon learn the ahternative.ro live as staves
or die as freement (-Her!) ?d tromen
dous cries of-We'll die fretmen !' rmingled
with~ cheers.) No, you wilt nout Ibu free
men it you be not perfectly ina the right,
albd your enemies -in the- wrung. (Cries
of '8o tey -are!') I think I perceive at
fixed-dispositiona to she part of some of
our Sazon traducer. to put. us tgoteest.
(Cheers.).. The efforis already. made bay
thesp have been most abortive aau) ridieu
lous,. (-Hear!') In the midst of peuce
atad transquility they are coverinag over
our land with tno .ps. ('Heor') Yes, .I
speak wi-'t thme awful determiatsQu, withe
whieb I commtenced my addressin conate
qence oTnews received thislday. There
was no House of Commsons on TJuesday,
for the Cainet was considering sthat
they should dsi, not for I reland but agalsit
her. (Cheers.) Bitt gentlemaia. tns limg
as they leave us a rag of the cnuitution,
suo wilt stand on it. (Tremendous
'eteerinag.) We will violate no law, we
will assail no euertny; hut you are much
mistaken if you .think others wilt not as
sail you. (A . voice.-We are ready to
meet thet!') To . he suarts yos are.
(Cheers.) Do yoau tinik that I suppose
you to be cowards or fooha? (Cheers.) I
atm speaking of our being assailed. (-H ear,
do-vor whether or not thny should cr
eoercite measure". ('Hear, hear!;, 1d
dsset.) Yes. co,-reive measies; nd on
what prelext ? (Cheering.) Was Ireland
ever ia ouch a wate or profound trinjuili
ty? (Cris of' Never')"
He imupiud tbe Waterforl expedition
to the rainforenation or *Jov- vile Oran
gemeo,' brough whom tiit people were
to be ctcced; anil rematarked that there
was not tsingle frishtnsn in the Council
on Thurcay. lie prnecdrd
"Whial tinnt you atd them Io on
derstiandis. that we are sensible of the
positiMt is which wo are placed -(cheerr,)
-that we hanV nur -ippireeamint-hy
npiprehetsion, I lo lint manto fears-(oud
cheers)--batt they are aibratening nos If ish
men, petr-fil and tranquil; and fur %%lint
f;-nCel ('Hlear'') Ai Act af Parlia
not hirding two avuaatriets i1 ;ltinted to
he repeard lby flhe Irish peqjl". (-Ilear.
heur!') hlave w- not i:e ordimary r:ot
reawe fof FAglishesen! (Tren'ndous eric,
tf -ien~Iegr!-) Are we t-i l-e called
slavoa? (-N., rid') Are we to be
framtpbil, undelr f1,041 (Non!. an,)
cheering., Oh. .hey nev-3, shall 'amp1le
np at least. (Tremeudau-s cecrverg
bat lated several minnutes.) I wa
wrong. they. maytramile me undler foot.
(Cries vfiofNo. nd' the never siill.) I
sa1 h may traiple me; but ia f%%i ber
my ed body tiey rill trample oan. not
hio livi'.mann." .-Ilcar!" and mot Ire.
Sahaeleandy ie made this historical
-Yes, and Peel and Wellington may he15
econd Crumwel" (flear!' aud hlises.)j,
They may get his blunted truncheon. andi
hey shay, oh. sactl hleven ! enact fna
the fair cupurtsaf that gallery (point
no to ihe ladies' gallery.) the tmurter ofr
the Wexford ladies. (*Oh. oh !) But I
am wrong, they ne'er shall. (Tremendons
cheering and wavng of bandkorchiera.)
Wat alarms me -s she r.roress oaf ijus
tice. That ralliady Saxon paper, the
Tines. (load grna-the number recei
ved by me this day -resunes to threaten
us wiil sob a fate. J-Oh. oh!') But let
it not be supposed that I made that appeal
to the ladies as a nigh of my imagination.
(lear. hear.') No,thes nuuber if 300
ladies. the beomy Iad loveliness of Wax -
rd, the yoeua amg the old, the maid and
he matron, eho Cromwell entered the
toWA by trerbery-0 moffensoive Wo
men, af all agso and gpes. were collected
rontd the crod of Christ. erected in a part
>f ate town oiled the BuU Ring ; they
prayed to the IEaglish far humanaty. and
romwell blauthtered them. ('Oh, oh..
and great sensation-) I tell you this, 200,
rf the grace oaf beauty and viiraue -of Wez
:ourd were shughtered by the English
uthans--acred Heaven! (Tl'retendons
naopultion, an-ieries of (-Oh. oh !') I am
1t nt all imaginative when I talk of the
ssibility of welt occurreneso aoew ; laut
get i ast-rt tiere is no aanger of tie woo
aten. for the nen of Irclanad would die to)
e lass in their defence. (HIere the entire
eflmany rose and cheered far several
minutes.) We were a paltry remnnatai
en. we are millions nw." (tenewed
l)nblin intelligence of Thursday reports I
natather R-peral dlemonstration. at Murr'e. I
car Limerick. on Tuesday ; 100,400 at
tending. . parieh-priest headed the I
speatters in 'naouncina -the Sason," and
lattded to .u. O'Connell 4618 for Repeal I
rent. Mr. T!aanas Steele -fluang open I
d.dsiate to .he Lord do Grey and .the
blnody villaim'-Wellinginn and Peel."
!he proc-lines of Ennia.on Thiardahy.
were dit.;ing st-ed by the samn..enthusianita
which. has rharacterised all the great
gathainags retntly -i e ,tand. The aa._
hes present Ste YarlIsly estiated- frato
0.050.t0l 50J.000. OnMe or two e~tracts :
em .Mr. (-Connell's speech it:ll 5Li- I
Rien of Ckern(he saitd) ho had ne ws for,
kethe eai is comtig: they wer tnu
bet very verpe etcarrytng it. and it woul ~
tan be-lonag paponed. (Cheers.) Chre ,
hs aasketj.-out, andl Ireland atuce again I
shuW to f.. .(Cieers.) The voice of'i
lra was heerd! ugain o the wild wind
of. heay~an with the power of the storm and'i
the frce 'of iightniang-its powerfuil liaht Ii
alreay procbitand liberty for olal I relanad,
al frighitenea.lI Wellingont tof W'aaterla.
a his coidentt Pa'el, tesepinting Jenny.
(Cheers and laughter. Clare beat Wei-.
ligiP and knocked downa P'.l-f cheers)
-.-nd laughed at bothb fur talling. (Checrs
ad laughaer.) Yes, the green fuilupe'aaf
Care wlas spread out before them. Peel
and Wellingtnas wore -he foes whtieb they
haatd, and were quailing Sieneath theitr
xertions.; thecir.hainner wats waving on
the summ~rit oftbe loftiest hill in Ireland,
and let him see the hand that wouald bring
it dostu. (Cheers.) The force with whieb,
tecy contealedfo lr emancipation was not
ontentha of the power which was then
diaplay d tlhougbhoh land. For the last
fortigh, haatidarease 2.000,000 or men
-cerftjI, teatthy, chirpin,a: determined..
and pteaceable@ rnen-mryriads,whoseo arms
sal..peredl with mtore than the giant's
stregah 'm thefalplo, and whose ph.ysical
lnger was able to conquer Europe ad
Aui, (Loud gors'), . .
A t the dinner-it :the ,evening, he comn
meaced his speech thus:
I an-a proud man. --I.owo it. I am a
proudi man. lonever will deny ia .(Cheers.)
I may hec sneered at for Ijpe declaratiott~ht
I own t-I am n very proud mao.. I am.1
glad of' that gradual growth of the groat
case, until it -has accumulated at length
into se powerful and giganpoe a shapo,that
:.. t. caeebeona like~ the mufbt
1elTanche of the Alpipe hie. small in ill
Putset as it lef The mon tain lop, increak
ing as it comes down. and hears with. it
Beyry obstacle, until overthootin;: all ob
itructions, it pours irresissibly forward,
Inoihilatiug to-was, vill:Ies, stresen and
lakes, and alters the entire face of nature
u one-gigantic convulsion. (Cheers,)
In the course of the sperch, Mr. O'Con
)ell Atated that he was told by a distin.
"cished person, who had it from the
Zueen's lips, that she never auihoriseI Sir
tubert Peel to uoe her name, as .fe had
long inl the 1ionse of Comnareets. far pul
it: luwn the Repeal agitation. lie also
t:ed that in a few weeks he had adidred,
-d 2 o,oo or hiii courttrymp.-., nn'l chat
rheve he got 3.314.0(9) of . *-ealers he
vould proceed on a now (at Alluditig
n the rumor. :ternamd 1r putiti. lown the
Aitationl. he *-,Id# the povernment hlat re
olre tpon io; coercing: then,; lthev nis.
d to "coaz the hurus otl the hsh." if
hey Were prepared to tever the church
rain the tate in frelned, lie eliold he
ntch otbiXed and delignied wit, .he
haagr, rand maeer thema ill enicellernt gooid
emor. "The real sinew-the arrus." lis
Jr. O'Cnnell say,. flowrd ifc abawlance
:l.21 at Elanis. 400t0 nt Murroe, nel
icevens how mnuch frri Auhltono cn
ine.day and no fne need wonder Kf tti1
rpet rent for atme nexn %%cel for exceed
Acciordin.: to the ,imrt-rk- Chronicle.
'tite Loird :hancellor lt's been ::dvised
I adlress a cirenil:r to every ind'iv;doul
Icngisltraic Iin Irmbtel, dees.eling a cate
orical answer to the icuestiot of -li bmeiing
Repealer or not. it lheid; the determina
ion of governmeni to leave no mnagiorait
a thu commission of the peuce who is not
f the sanmi opinoin and determieution of
ier maejesty nid the privy eolanil en the
inpolicy ind danger ofuech a novement.'
F this informatinn heo correct, it is absurd
a suppose that aty independent gentle
nan wonid continue to hold the cummnis
inon af she-eace can itse terms proposed in
he foregoing statemeitt.
Nkw Oa:L.1s, JulV 4.
raterfrom; 1efxico.L-hly ite arrival of
he ship Rochester at this port yesterlay.
re are placed in possession of our Mcxi
an correspou.Coce and copious fite of
ispers fmn the capital. We subjoin such
tes uf news as are or importance.
The new censtitntion was sworn in at
he city of .exico ot the 13th of June.and
Was to be sworn in all the Diparnments
WibiR s few , thereafler. The 13th
raq chosen foatUse cerenay at the capi.
ait 8a. it .4s he birth day-of Santa Anna,
end it was p-rformed with all possile so
emnuity.. UtK advices, as cusual, relir
ecnt the counery as in the no laneniable
and precarlow position. Universal dis
-onieut preiil twsave with the icmruiciliate
ersoual friends and adherreits of Santa
inna. Thabhnct advised assure us that- a
evilution 'ray durely he exprcted. and
Iasi' th -li4atei will burst out when we
east expect t.
It was coenfidently .hopel and lelieved
ht the our Texan prisoners woul I havi
en released from cheir captivity on th.
1th alt.. and appeals lnd.lieel prcparedl
a solic itf to-euble themn il reach their
wmes; but the )ictntor did nut cliose to
nark cite dN9a- witl any sucia net. of cle
nency, and t.y still remtain in pitiable
evmndtletCe... lie set at liberty -omle distin
;ieed clikeas of lexico cifenedl fow
iusliinia iff.:nace, aiMoung abher. Pereza.
)ero, Lafruitgue andi Itiva P..lario.-The)
aia um fromi their confiornmctt on the,
veniag of rho 13th. ucder a general am
iesty extcudel s.ail'acinally in enstudy
r under prosecutina for political olttnces.
Capt. Owent, of the Ro.esccr. from Vern
;rsuz. inforrms eat that s .\lexican tarmced
res..el .it thaet port en0 iihe. 23d nIt., wieh
C3 saileors. heing part of te cew pfr tile
dfantj d'i'claargted. They were aell i10a
clishtmua, atnd twenuty-liwe of che nutmber
am'e cap as passenge:rs in the: R oc.Awster
o this peirt. The crew ml' the (cvadaloupe,
t was undcelstoodl, wouald alwo, somuu he
aid off and dlischargedl. O., the 24th,
ine trozneports arrived hare at Vera Crutz
'rom Camopenchy hiavingx on board 800
blezican troopjs, being peart of~ the esperdi
ioen wyhich haid opJerased against .3lerida.
Irish Repral.-The -unexpeeted inteli
rnce hues heen reeceivedl of a speech ale
livered by Daniel O'Conr.-ell, before the
lepetal A ssociation of Dublin. (nd whicha
is said to have becen received with every
lemnonstration of applause bmy that ausemr
lv) in which hte not ontly ravowsahis he.
illty to thec system of domtostic.-slavery as
t euistls in tiris country, but revriles the
arat.of slavolders, and particularly
hose of etr Irish fellowv citizens, in 1erms
ra the vilest sisneler, renders it proper chat
hose who have felt attd expressed sycnpa
thy for a -peofflerlung trodden downm by the
most grievous oppression, mud enntenideng
With ic. prowl and powerful oppressor for
the inestimable- rightt of govertning them
ielses, shoulidyepol the aspersions thus
cast upon by Mr. O'Con.ell; and-as there
sems tobe noquesuionofthetsshutieity
of this speech oft his, we feel called upona
by outr dutty as citizens or the South, yield.
ing to nane in sincere devotion to the in'
terest and institutions of slave hutding
seaces, to prononee the speech orf Mr. 0'
Coniell, a hase mad maligcnant libel upon
'ha people of the South, with lbs fullest
expression of the contempt ad indign
tiont it has excited itt our bosoms.-Feder'
= [ thou ee osithro Baptit Adae --
Ma. EaTroa:-A volume of auto-boi.
graphy. entitled " TAe Erperiaece. La.
hors. and Swlerings of the Rev. James
Jenkins. of the Soulh Carolinq Conjet.
ence," has lately appeared. and as it is
likely to obtain exe'usive circulation.t
mong his owrq denomination. an erroneous.
statement naade by the writer, needs to be
Recording events of 122. the author
-itwas about tietime.we succeeded
in getting- comfartable inuse. of worship
at Society lIill.after having preached there
(fir a vear fir two.. Brother Posseil and.
icmyself dedicated it. lie preached she
Sermion. and I aler inissered the sacrament.
It was truly an initeresting season.
At ihis pInce we met with considerable
opptnsition, and that. too. from a quarter
where ue ought least to have expected it.
A niniter. resilent :n this place. uwsed his
influecere to Lrop its olt. and tried to break
us lip, after we hail estalished o-irselvet
there. In a few venr hie life became so
tand,;hat hii4 umfuilnns-s was destroyed,and
Ie- had to leave tIhe place.
The minister heire alluded to, is the
Rev. WillLsm Dsy. ucw of Alat-ama,
lit tormerly of thit Seate. anl for nearly
tvePojy cars pastor of thie Welsh Neck.
Chureh, at Society 1lil. For ten years
a;ier tise tinte of which .lr. J-mkinsspeaks,
6ilr. Disney retainrd sihe pastord olie ius
tihe enjoyment of an unenmon measure
of coniidence and rffecion. on tihe patt 4f
the Church.and when lie resignterd it, le
'lid i ceaticly of his own accord. Ile left
S1041b1 C"rolitna, with an uubtlemiske,.
We f-rhear to comment upon the c
count give a by Mr. Jenkins-4atisfying
ouarselves with derlariug it tn be at vari
ance with fuce.
The subs.-riber* write under t'-e tppoint
ment of the Velsb Neck Church. the
Church feeliug it. to le duty their to vindi
Cate the character of their faoner pastor
from iujurious misrepresentations. By Re
solutiOii ofthe Church. we hereby respect
bully request tie Editor of the southenv
Christian A-Ivocate to noity .is readersof
this erranesus statement.
JA M ES C. FUR AAN. Pastor.
JNO F. WILSON.
JNO. K. MeIVE R. Dracoas'.
P. K. McIVER, .
$ociety 11;11, June, .lSU.
The cld of tie world postponed.-Tite
Re-. Mr. Mill-r. itn u let ier...t Mr. Ilimes.
o this city. L% dispoel to th;nk that there
has been some erriro in the-calculaiions
repec'ctin tihe titite of ilie second advent.
A fier tiondn some of thie ceremonies of the
yincal law. as they. appear in the Od
Testaent, lee say---lf this should lbe
true. we shall not ee His glorious appear.
ing until niier ;he.nutunwl equniocuz. A
few momnth encore of trial anll clumny,and
then all will bcover."-Boslon lost.
. --- 0
The 6rot sermon in the Tremont theatre
was preaelbsl W-as isht lay the Rev. Dr.
iececher. The bene u as crowsIleI rmant
tthj pit to he gallery, and hijudreds welt
Sway woainout litg ablu to obtain seats.
The tet wa. froi tihe' oeconl episile ot
St. Pauel to -Timuothy, third- elmpiter, and
firns four ve'rss, waid she evils or the the&.
tre formed ithe subject sif ohe discourse.
The sernon was listened-to very atros
tively by oost of she audience, but a few.
we re;re:t to say. seened to be more taken
up with the novel -appearan'ce of the place
in %% ich, w e presume. they found them
selves for the first tite. tiha) with the
words of the preacher, and we noticed,
mortie gnnietlemn in whoem tie force of
habit was si strong hat they sat in the
boxes through t. e whual of te srvices
sums. their lusts in It- is probably known
:'tamany of uur rencdersnica: whben thne Tre
otutit theatre n a ereetedl.. Dr. Heacher
pre':e~d pullythnac hie soold live to
preah b5,1 it. This nrectiuon. wihich ap
pered cotravngant aend imnonrnhaetle at the
titnec i: 'sa% uttered. wias lant night laterally
fuitided. -B,uon Post.
The Coli .Wlne.-lt' the "searchers.
after treasure" e-uton successful as.
our rotempories in Gceria andi North
Carolina reptesea.t niaein to l-e, sone ocbjec
tion againcsi the Suh-T'reasunry, "that theme
is not gold enough in the eountry to sup..
ply the puLrposes of trade." is likely soon
so be removed: t'or if the statemeonts we
have rend are to .e roeced on. the real El
Dorado has certainly be~en dtisenvered. In
the midst ofall thnia goud lmck, it gives us.
pleasure tin state that at a Miue whuichc has
bece for some time woarkedl by Mr. lirous,
in this distriet, and at wnhich about eighty
hantnds tire emnployeshe proceeds for some
te past hmnve baeen bet ween 81 50. and
2a thay-per hand; and ant Mr. Hale's
Mine, in Lanicaster, employting about the
sae nunher of hands, thbe results have
be.en equally suceuful.-Cherate Ga:.
Tire Neto Orleans Mint.-T he "Cre.
scnt'' of t be 17th inistant bays; "Our mint
in this city is now nu a flonurishcing condi-.
tion, an-. has in deposite at the preuint.
time tiearly 82,000,000, mbst of which Is
gold. It is not generally known that our
moneyed mnenc, who are in dhe hahit of
teeeiring. large quantities oflforeinga gold,
send most ofit to this eutabishment tn have
it melted nad recoined into Americani
money. The ptcminta on this is sufil,
cient to ali'ord them a handsome profit."
ROOR & JOR PRZNTEWG
O P E very description ezeeused with
neatness&deespatell a: theOffice,
af the ?Enntv'iwan Ariv'ztiretej.