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"The Perpetuation of American Freedom is oar otyect^Aiiiericaa Rlgkti oar aotl*; aad lk? American Party oar cofawaaea.
WASHINGTON,?. C., SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY ?. 1855 H7, warm VOLUME I. NUMBER IS THR DAILY AMMIOAIt OBOAK Is published every afternoon, (except Sunday,) si tba earner of Loaiaiaaa avenue and Tenth street, and is dattveeed te oil/ subscribers (payable to the car riers) at 10 oauts per week. Single oopiea, a oeuta. - Mail subscribers, to 00 per annum, or tt 60 for pi* month*, always in advance. KATES 0r~A?VEBTISIS9. ?? Kit* lines or leas, one Insertion, 23 cub Id; each ad- . ditional line, 5 oents. Eicb additional insertion, half of the above rates. Displayed advertisements charged by solid ntea- ' sure. THE WKJEMLY AMERICAN ORGAN | Is published every Monday morning, on the fallowing IVr~ Ts 1 copy, one year.|H no I 1 copy, U mouths .01 00 8 copies, one year, b 00 5 copies, 0 months.. 6 00 10 copies, one year.l* 00 | U> copies, 6 months..? oo &T Payments slarayii in ad' R ATKS Or AWBHTtBIHO. tm-s Teo cento per line far eeeh insertion. -r~a> *JT" All communication* on business ominocted with this paper must be diroeted to the " A nut-wan ' Organ," Washington city, and be postpaid. XW All advertisements fur the " On/an" should be handed into the officc before twelve o clock, M., of < the day of publication. Oar Principles. First. We shall advocate a refusal of the laws of naturalization, or if that cannot be ac-; complished, then such a modification of those I laws, as will prevent future immigrants from ' becoming citizens, short of a residence of twaaty-onc years, after taking the oath of alle giance to the United States, and of attjuration of all other powers, potentates, and princes. Second. We shall advocate the passage of a stringent law by Congress to prevent the im migration hither of foreigners, who ve either pauper* or criminals, and to sond back to the countries from which they come, all eueh for eigners of these classes aa may, In violation of such law, hereafter rcach our porta; and to require the President of the United States to demand from any government, which may sand hither such classes of its subjects, imme diate and ample satisfaction for nch outrage, and a proper indemnity against the repetition thereof Third. We shall oppose the election or ap pointment of *ny foreign-born citizen to any office of trust, honor or emolument, under the Federal or State governments, or the employ ?Motor enlistment of such persons in the army or rtkvy in time of year ; maintaining, as we do the opinion, that the native-lorn citizens of the United States have the right to govern the land of their birth; and that all immigrants frets abroad should be content with the enjoy ment of life, liberty and property, under our institutions, without seeking to participate in the enaction, administration, or execution of oar laws. Fburth. We shall advocate and urge the adoption of such an amended fvrtrx of an oath to tvjipert the Cbnttitvtion of the (Tnited &?iw, and to be administered to all persons elected or appointed to any office of trust, honor, or emolument, under the Federal or State gov amenta, as will effectually exclude from such offices all pereotu, who shall *>t directly and explicitly recognise the Obligations and bind ing force of the Constitution of the United States, as paramount to ait obligations of adhe sion or allegiance to any foreign priuoe, power, pet aetata, or authority whatever, under any and ail circumstances. - Fifth. W? shall maintain the doctrine tlwt no one of the States of this L'riior has the right to limit to |fi| ?~ I ' 9 ? ? Miy person til foreign birth, who has not heca jlrtt mads a oilmen of the Unkod Stater, according .to the " uniform rule" of naturalization pre scribed by Congress, under the provisions of the constitution. n Sixth. We sliall oppoae, now and hereafter, any " uni#* ef Ghmreh **4 State," no matter what clam of r*Hgioawt? shall sack to bring about such union. ' Ferenth. We shall vigorously maintain the rested rights of all pnratns, of native or foreign birth, and shall at all times oppose the slightest interference with such vested rights. Eighth. Wa shall oppose and protest against all abridgment ef rdUyiont liberty, holding it as a cardinal maxim, that religion* faith is a - ']<ieation between eneh individual and his God, and over which oo political government, or other human power, can rightfully ^xerdse any su j >et vision or control, at any time, in any ptv c, or in aay form. Xinth. W? shall oppose aV " Uigl** law" tkwtiince, by vludi the oonstitution id to h* *rt at nought, viols ted, or disregarded, whether by petiUsui**, by religionitU, or by the adherents or followers of either, or by any other class of persona. Tenth. Wc shall maintain and defend tho conetitution as it stands, the Union aa it ex i.Ua, and the rightt of the Stafet, without di minution as guarantee) 1 thereby: opposing at all times, and to the extent of our ability and influence, all who may assail them, or either of than. - - <k Kleeemih. We shall oppose no man, and dhs tain no man, on the ground of his opposition to, or las support ef, Demooratic measure**, or Whdg measures; bat we ahall oppose those who oppose our doctrines, and sustain those who sustain oar doctrines. Twelfth. And lastly, we shall uae our utmost exertioaa to huUd up an "Amotion* pnrty," whose maxim ahall be: Aaaaicani swan. acta vwaia Ooinrrsv' mm^mmmtTTTpASSKu!i~m Hoaae and Mica Painter and Glnzier. Xo. to Lmrimana avenue, Witwaan flth and 7Ul sta. dee 1??dly ' or NOTICE. Peeaetaii desirous of ?ub ?SnWMg U? the Ammniw OWUW VHW please fcs* (Mh nam?>? and residents a* Win. R. Itidhnrds, IiTb, Faeev (Hoes, at Vanfcang* Monk, at H. HmnftWi Tnfcaoxo Stnr*. on Knyel stmt, or at Owl Agvemv, f* ?h street, two rinrire aotitfe of King, or at Jamee ?iatla, Jr., I>t?trg<st, King Ktreet, two deers entith M Unyal, Alexandria, VirgiM* J T. AUDI.KY, Agent. anvto ? OTJOHM P. H ALL, Sfmt fer Uw AnerU nan Organ, Tth Wnni, No. *44 ?th etraat anatk, W> I ma a W and O. Peraans whn dartre to subscribe 1hr Mm asner wiU nlenes Uava thair names and mMdanna sS Mr Hall'a, and Mr. Boa wall's Dn| Store, earner at 7th street and Virginia avssen. i.-o TBSmawnmieto" i 11m following prtuablu and reaoMionK, adopted at a iujmm tUMrtiiig of th* citizen* of Wailuugtoo,. on th* 27tli day of September Inst, present tiip general eontiiuaiiU of thu, " American party" in this citv, and u ill doubt less bo ruaa with interest by tho friends of American principles thronghont the oountiy,1 to wit: Whorous, a public meeting uf eitwens of Washing tun was ImW at <Jarum's Snioou, uu the ltfth instant, upon u call uiade in and approved bjr theExecutive organ, the proceeding* of which, In the resolution^ mud to have bean adoptod at that meeting, and In tbo ?ptiveUiM of certain aehxiksl uratura at a subwfcjurtit ? adjourned meeting, tire uow ajuwl before the public ere in the columns of arid organ, and its kmdrod presses, with approbation ; and whereas said ruxolu tious, UowtjTtjr dressed up iu abstract professions of patriotUm, aauaJ principles dear to the Ameridhn herSand neeeessry to the safety of the constitution and to the- peace and prosperity of our ouuntry | and whereas. tb# fcaecrttive in invoked therein to remove from public employment suoh ottlueholder* aa enter tain those prlnuiplrs, thereby to perpetrate a ruthless proscription of both Whigs uud Pomocrata (or an nonust difference of opinion : therefore? Hemlttd, That mere professions of lore to the con stitution and to oivil and religious freedom, whou ooutradicted by aetions, cannot- deoetvo the aeuslblr and vigilant guardians of American liberty, whose ? appreheoaious have bean excited at beholding; tiie strides that have been wade toward a oomplete con-( trol of our government by the subjects o/, a foreign potentate well-known us 'tho u vowed enemy of our* whole American system, to whose overthrew they aae solemnly devoted. Bualctd, That, as vigilant custodianaof that beno ttceut system of eivil and religiouafrccdon* bequeath ed to us by tbo fathers of tha republic, it U our duly to meet aud repel all jnjidiuua attacks uuou our lib erties as well as all open assaults; and that wc view - with indignation and alarm the assertion of princi ples and purposes, on the part of the reooguiMd ex ponents of Mi* Roman Catholic Church In tbu United | States, subversive o( oar repobHaui institwtiOni, I-which constitute aggressions of each ? character that, if not now resiau4, will lead, at no distant day, to the overthrow of the American Constitution and the complete establishment of despotism. Rttok'ul, That while, in the past political divisions of the country, as Whirs ana Democrats, wc have struggled in honest conflict over contented principles and measures, ull of whiob are now settled, yet i* the present crisia of danger to all that both parties bold dour we will bwy every reuiambnaaoe of past opposition, and " pledge, to rauih other oar live*, our fortunes, and our saorod bohor" not to oca*6 our ex ertions until our country shall bo freed from the dangers that new menace it ~ w Jc?olvfd, That we proclaim, aa Ithe cardinal princi ples of our political and moral erced, a sacred regard for the coaatitution In all its provisions, upon which are based our glorious America* jtwciiiiei^foeedaui of speech, freedom of opinion, freedom of ooneaiefieo, freedom of the press, together with u school system for the diffusion of intelligence, sanctified by uu open Bible as the rule of faith and practice, holding as an established principle that intofligenoe and virtue are essential to the suooe** of a free government litaoitxA, That wliile we welcome to our country the victims ol' tyranny from foreign lauds, and offer tbern a plate by.out side under the shield of our con stitution, we claim for Americans tbo right to govern their own country; and those who do not like our government have our hearty conscnt to go elsewhere t-i the pursuit of happiness. Kfubt*d, That the fourth regulation of the meeting at Garusi's Ha loan, recommending to tha President o( the United State# proscription or all oflioer* of the I federal goTOainuut who may liave thought fit to be come members of the association of Know Kiiotb lugjs?a recommendation which, bof'urw its adoption, had been recoffntacd and acted upfln by the Kxeou I tive of the Untied Btatea?proponcii an alarming and dangerous infraction of the principle* af edf-govcrn ment, and calls for the prompt aud decisive rebuke , of *11 the free oitixena et there United .States, without distinction of party, sect, or tr*e?L . i ; HetolvedL That every I'rotosUiat deuoniination in the United Stated maintains the constitutional prin ' ciple of a separation of Church und Stat*- In which principle dakny American Catholic* iince rely concur, while on the 'other fcnod, the Papal Church abroad openly, Mi always, sal everywhere maintains the doctrine of obedient* of ttMctvii to th* ecclesiastical authority, both iu Europe tad ijaerioa, the aad and ruinous effects of whkh, 1b tbo out, ah) sum in oountleea emigrant* fljing frqjnj its tyranny aud mieery to our own nappy Ikoid, and in Uie otl.er, i the Igooiyce and ^. verty of the mays, in th j>Tttiulia?u aad noVerty of the maaae., In the wealth and rtees f>f the el?W?, and tn IV taawwoltaaa, ?KsaacMa, a?d MtMbMitv of our i^outhem sinter Metmbliot. Kuuin+i, That <rpou tbea* arinetale* w* ?|?peal from tin opinions, wbo*? prootsauaUon haa *a>ie>'l this meeting, to Qie p<-oplv uf the United Btata*; and, aMbough we migfit infer tb?y are au eximnert of executive feeling*, from the rtfccial ponit ons of thoe* who wnvtmlied the proe?*dinr* w?r" '!! ?> hot* that the Kr*sid< nt, wtio Alone ba* the jiewir. will arrest the pnpeription already het-un of foithftil oS>o*-h<>M*r*, both Uunoamtaaiad' Wluaa, for daring to euti-rtaln American and l'rolsstsal wnUMStK, , and will ?ejrct the mercenary aogf?*Uou imjwi ?pon ' him bf the fourth resolution of Ww meeting bat week, as m OoVtrt actionle to gratify the snjvctift of offloe tseknn at the evpenae ef n??nr who toaloftelr and eAafoatlv uided in hi* elrmtiun'tn power, ?n.l WltOke rsBMVal under eawung arr?rosta?c.* will ttx an Mi daiible slain upon him a* a man and a* th* IVnadwt of uU) United iiptkw. That having seen th* deuuuoiatuiu* tb*t almost daily issoe tVoui oertaio ptlliM against the " fusiouista" *r tbc Xurlb, tsbp ar* denounced aa sb eotrbed fn *' th* traito^m* factions" which distract ; ???? hr wtiteh they arv f.r?e ?tV? no. ttirr U ing placed in eppthntMn to the adaitotetniUim. >? <? i wen* astonished to bear Uie pressing uititiou in ti.. seoond resolution of onr opponents to men . f sll ih> liOaai oplaian# without regard t* (heir "poMtteal aate*ad*'iits,' la foras ? "tii'aan antii thani iu lhair future action- -an ini !lstie:i broad epongti to toclude Oarrisun, Abby Relty, and FVed TkMptd, MtUM thaw snadjua rs in tlxi two konaes of <'<?*irwaa JLmaiW. That we, tut). H>puai to all Aiiwrioan* Who lov* tb* Union, wbtch "must be prcserr?d;" sad the constitution, rv hi eh estabMabed snd maintain* It. and the nghts uf th? Htates which aoaipasu it, aad ?speCialbr to the religious, th* mcral, and the order loving daasea, tn nnite with its fo etTncting the n ? *asaasin iM/ tn th* nafoty aad pr?inpri1r af nor i>"ii,Uv, U o-< ..g, ,? .1 tiiat it is high titac the osreer of mwrested sn<l unscrupulous dctnagucuc* ahvaiM he cWke.1. snd th- p-.vrriv.-nt t" j.ls ! In I tha haaA* of ITien actjiminteH ?ith its ehararuw on<! ?pirit, aad wbo duly value its counties* bisMiMS. Anrl ?!,. .1 and right of Aiaselaaw bem cltlaana in govern Mr own country t therafeni Jlrmlrnl That wa will not vote for nor assist fn eleesting foreigner* by birth (n offices or tniat, emol nnient. or honor under oar gavaramant: aar will we vote for ar aasist in clevaung to suoh oAioaa aay \ orrtatfSnrii eWaens wb<> recognise oi h,,11 thsm MNs under any aWwgiana* whatenw to any foreign prince, poUatoO', power, or authority R'tulvd, That tbe nataralization laws ought to bo totally repealed or matorially sltcrH, and the tnrm of I i ? iji'si** >lhl I sdwu?inn to th* rtftiH. of citiaen ?hip be ext?Mtrd to tbapariod of twaatyHm* rear*. t#T PKRHOHll residing in the first m.d Beeond wsrds desiring to subscribe to the " Amitt j oa? Osnsa," will leave their naawa st WiMiam H j Hilton's, Agent. No. Uevanth atrnet, betws?B|l ?ad K, aud at Mr. Carrolrs shoe store. No. 117 Pann svhrsniB svemse, between Twentieth and TttMity lmstsaet. m,>t 9A J4T Persons rrstdlMg In the SM or lith wards. Who deal re to haantn* suhsarihaia to the Dally or Weekly American Organ, will We their nnmes snd nntnbor of residenr.- ?ii either ..I the following plaees, vis Adamann's Book mH T'.t+wti'ni Seven til street, opposite the i'oat U?ee ? Krans's Drug Htore, oornar of Heventb and I, or R. 1.1'ay tie's Drug Htore, corner of Fourth and MassacAasetta avenue R. W. BATWH, bov 14 Ag*nt t)ur (.corgotnwn Mnhaaribeira who 4a not receive the unper reguUrly, will leav* thew tuuue and address st Welch A vTWaonV Joseph r. Hircfc's, or Dr. I.inthk'vn's. jjj W, H. CAMIOIIJ; nor IS No. 6S, Jefferson street. H. JO^NSOI*, Fitmili (irorer, roreet Ha of flbtwftrtlWB etreets. No. 4S9, is being Oon I stsntlv supplied with fresh Family Omcerina at all kinds, to wbich be reapectfolly solicits the patmuage | ef Ma ftjenaa. acv is?tT Ahtoonbsnd* v*ry lki*e stoe* oT>e?dy Hjada ing. whiah *av will asll aa ahsap ?* ??Vaii? able s jmH I sstabiisKniantTn the United Btate*. oa?t ah ACT fbr cetftblUhlnjj religious freedom, pas**l to die Assembly of Virginia fc the begi|utfw? ?f the yew1766? " i Well aware that Almighty Go<! hith uH-sU-d the muni free ; that all uttompts to hifhieitot; it toy tero uurui pimislmmuW ?r burdens, or bgr eivii iupepa- I citations, tend only to Ujgut lutbitSypf Jiypporisy | and meanness, and are a departure from the JpWj of the HolV Author of our religion, who, being Lord , both of body and of mind, yet obose not to wop- \ I jur.iU; by cooi-cious on either, as was In his almighty i ' power to do; that the impious presumption of le#-J [jsliitures and rulers. clvil iw well in ecclpitaatical Mrbo ibolng thcuiielves but IWlibl? and uninspired monl a-'sumvd dominion over the fbith of othtsrg, settiug up their uwu opiumus aud mod* of I thinkinc as the only true an<l itiinlliblo, aiui *w auph . endeavoring to Impose tlioin upon others, hath e? i tnbbshed and maintained false religions over the greatest part of ti* world, and through nil ttaie; 1 Umt to compel a miui to furnish contributions t>( > tnonev fat Ae propagation of opinions winch he dtsbeiievee, I* sinftil and tyrannical; that even the : facing him to support this or that teacher of his own religious persuasion us depnvUig htm of the ' comfortable liberty of giving htf contributions | to the partkmlrr pastor whose moral* hb would I make his pattern, and whose powers he foels most I icrsaasivo tonghtoomuwaa, and is withdrawing from 1 the uiini.sti y those temporal rewnrda, wlueh, pro eeedlntffrom an approbation of their personal con ducti3* on additional Incitement to earnest and unremitting labor# for tlw instructionof mankind; that our civil rights have no dcpoj,id?we W P?r ? llirious opinion* more than our opinions InjUiysica of (rooinetrvthat, therefore, the proscribing <? any Aitiwu as unworthy the pubtto oonrtWsnoe by layijyr upon bi,uu an iticupscity of being cnllod to \ the oftoos of trust and emolument, unless bo pro ' feasor renounce this or that religion# opinion, is i depriving btm Injuriously of those privileges and <hWauUk*? to_which, in common with his foliow ' citizens, he has a ?aturai r?ht; that it tends also ; to corrupt the principles of the very religion it is : meant to oncourago, by brfbhig, with a monopoly I of worldly how**, those who will c^imUy p? leate and cwufom to It; that though, Indeed, theeO 1 WO criminal who do ifot withstand snob teinpta I lions Tet neither are those Innocent who lav the bait in their way; that to suffor tlw civil Wf nistrate to Intrude lii4 power# foto the field of opto fon, and to restrain the profession or propagation of nrln":hif-. on the supposition of tlieir ill tendency, is a ditnge.-ous fallacy, wliich at once destroys all religious liberty, because, he being of course judge | of that tendency, will make his opinions the rule of judgment, and approve or condemn the seuti i ments of othors only as they shall square'with,or differ from, his own; that it Is time enough, for the riahtful purflbses of oltil government, lor its o!h i cers to interfere when principle* break out into I oven acts against poace and rood order; ana, tlnaliv, that truth is groat, and win prev#tf If left to | horself, that site i? the proper WW sufMent antag j onist of en-er, and has nothing to few from the I conflict, uuiess by human interposition diwumed of i her natural weapons, free atfumen* and debate errors ceasing to be dsngef-ous wben it is permuted ! freely to oombat them. JU it, therrforr, etarted bp tk* (hm^ral A* i sexiWy, That no man shall be compiled to fre : <n?t:rit or support any rcU^io.ts ntrrsliip, place, or ; ministry whatsoever, nOr shall he be enforced, re ? strained, ?oleBted, of burdened in his body or goods, j norshall he #*berw1fce mi fTer on aoeonn t ofW.^rei ta ous Mliuions or MoT, >>ut tliat all men shall be fre# to nro*w, and ?*? strgOirteflt to mitaUih, their ttoln ? tons 1? mrttct* of religion, aftd that the swne ihali ! in no wise diminish, enlarge, or afflict their civil c a,^j"lhou^ me rf4, tal0W rtlig Assembly, elected ! br the pooi4<> for the ordinary purposes of legis lation only, hare HO power to of snwerMrtp M?mbfler, constitute)! *ltli Sowers i eirual tnrtdi own; hnd that, therefore, to deeftre , this act irrevocable woukl be of no effcci ? **: vet. wv are free to declare, w?d do d?*l?/*?, U?a4 the ' "rights hereby asserted are of the natural ngliU of i mankind, and that if anv act sha? b4 hereafter passed to repeal the pre***, or ?OM*Ww ??? ope rations, such-en act wiH be an Infringement ' 2 ?????? NOTICE TO f!9?TBACt?lW? Oifice o* MrtaoroMTA* R. R. Compaut, Georgetown, D. U., Deo, W4. i s"iss?^ wSSSS t*tb4?yof KpBruatry #ex?. ' .u, i F TtJk*7?trobolH?n Railroad l? deslfnH to eltwird , from the citu? of Wasliiuglon and tteotgrtiwn to !l,e Baltimore and Ohio HaiLroad, Ivf an easy a#d ? I wStiJiw#, Wtfeeetiag wifti tlic tatwr east of the i .. tvial ot&mks." on 1I? Potomae iteee, artd maklnK a sariac U dwuaea on the ftr.i aiiie?y miie. afjfcr 1 t%?-e?enf irnrelied route finm toe Capitol lp the ^ i? i ??r?and Kertliirtateni stales of fbriy-flve mllw. i'r?oeed?n? from tt?a point o< int??Mt4oo with tb Baltimore ainTOhw Railroad then?te Mteuds V> the CUV of Ua?ernu;wn, when# it m<oip*M with lw? ?' ' r.illrooil* now in uperatipu, eJtlenuing Ui ilamawurg, I ?h<> Central ftsllresd, fc. The portkoi -?f the rt*d ?*?<*?#? ' im?w iuvitod ?*?end? frwui the we?mrl* liaa of tbe 1 Wstriet of ColBeK ft 3 1 nulrs fhip O-orgeUiWD I UBitfcSeiSV ?f KrederirV ?. FiwomI* will be rtttoi'-ed for the w?w* fa s?MirfM ot oti? uulv eecli, or for the eutira di?un?c? ?f The mitt ta ?r-n?ratl v ttf a mMfiriii eharaetrr for tfiis pan of U>u cuontry, with eomo heavy <*?tin?m t tnc curth and rock, and bridfiiue, wo C?erjr te?uilf evwrts far rrm-^nt?rig it WgnrooJlr and with eneonrt mr atail aeason-of tho vow*. The eoentry 1* ete vatrd and n.Uiag, woli watered, ?pd ren?H?h?y i ^ Tlw- time enndHioned frrrlfw eompT?t1?n of the k?? ; tracts w itt I* from one to two jmara. ! Anv fnvtUer informauou df-airad by ff rao?? P*? noatng To*- the work will be furnished at the offlwyor i mat ti had Wr a?tdr?SHh>* 'he I'r.'Sidfnt ?f the row pain, bj letter, prior lo uiaday of kettinK. Tfv erdet of the Board if Direet'irs. rRAXOl^ nOOflK. l'nwident. y Jl&MUNU WtKWOH, <7htof WtHrwe^ | dee X)?jawtfehTi (iii.Vn.KNKNN' H tDUHMKHHHfJ BlTAfiLUUlBNT, Willard's llotel. noil1* II. GIB1IH begs leave to ??il tV H attrntlon of the Orrttlemen to the estate hahmeul. wtMfffl will ttwd ererv eomfoft tfl Vw Shaving, liar-cutting, Dorliag, Hnempootag, and Hair Dying department* Ales, to hN Wi(r., Scatp. nod which sr ticlaa nail not be amrpeaaod in Uw United '?^?^-afvd are always on baud,or made to order at abort notice Ills ?Wei <>f Toilet articles and Fnrnishlljg Uoods araear^Mly aeleevd, to* will be tairnl to ?r,npris? the beat kinds of < Atmba, Mneihea j Uohlti a K-Araet*, all aort? of Pari* Perfumeries; Ourrlaio a, IUgir??, ??d rtther and Toilet Soaps Best qaallty Kasom ; nail Knirpa ; I'enknivea; T_w??-?eea. ftawn rttropa; *enuiae Farina Cologne, in long, abort, anfl wicker bottle*; Toilet Mirrors; Cold Cream. Lip Hale*, AmvniKltne; and abmrft every requlslfe r?f P | ^k Xtnlfnt * In Furnishing fiooda he has kid OWvaa, wWW ?Wd colored , fashionable CM rat*, Hoarfr, Neck Ties; | winter tfkiTtti' Hblna, f*naped?e?, Wfoeka. pejket ' llaudkerchiefr, Coilara. *?., alt .if which bar. hew purchased from the best hmiheainNew York, ana ? re w*n*#rf?d t? be what they are represented. | dec 11 ?Ja?a IIOTTiWS AWD TX)TS POR KALE, f AA Bim.DlllH lota, and M bouaee, 1 W hriok and fraitw, far aaia en eaev Also, two store* hi let, on the corner of 7th aad G ?warraa: AfAy;TE,, eapW Bid Buikkr, ( oraercS V?r*taia aeenne snd , ti ??rae4 _ J 111 1? ni BLK AM?MMTAT*i mT firnished at twu-thiH? their 1 ?? tHf Jfawvefon Bootkln dec M?file w*< ? ??? PR0WBCTU8 I "AMJKBIC4To*C1AW.?? I I A TtUy ami M'eAiy Pt?p*r^ pMiehed uc WmIi*?-! A* ASSOCIATION <t$' NAii&S AMAiKlOANS I WUl have reached an imjiortant crisis in our po-| ? luteal hiatory. The two lending parties in unr | |oouatry, hitherto separated by broad lines, either of ? C^wiiplo or of policy, differ now scarcely in any thing A NutimmL Jlu/Jt, formerly an eaauutial point of dif ferencc between rival parties, haa note no advocate*. A J'rvtMtioe for th* eaXe of prntactfou, which I once divided purUeb aud distracted our National Ooun- I I cils, has become obsolete, as a question of party policy, I I simply becau** a " kmmn tatif afford* iaaideutal I protection to American Jlauufc*Utr?a. A tnodiflca- I non of the details of our prenent tariff system is all I thai Is d*aaandcd by the iitoet stnmuooa ad*o??te? of prutoqkaa to Auierteau luduatff* -'*; -ui The aintri/mthn of the prooeeds of the public lands among the several States, as formerly churned by otie party, and the appfomtitm. of those proceed* solely in ajdot (ho national Treasury, us claimed by the other hare both yielded to a compromise of these cen opinion*, ao for, at least, as to tint these quea- I ^^?a? w?ue* between Whias and Democrat*. A plan formed of a compound of "squatter sovereignty, of " graduation," and of a " aurrundar to the Hiatet," in which they ho, seems WtelytO withdraw the public land* from the arena of ratnre party contests. I The i*tar*i'smaa< of harhtrm and vie: ere by otmgm- I sioual aid, on which political partia* have hitherto differed at tfiflbrent time*, has now become less a ques tion of principle than of local and sectional contest; and it will doubtless be adjusted by the next Cou I Kress, upon that basis at liberality and juatice do- | I munded by the spirit of th* ago and the true interests I I of the Muntry. I I Other questions, of minor importance, on whlth, at I I different times, the two prominent parties of the ooun- I I try disagreed, hare now, by a change of circumstances, I I become obaoleto. What, than, roaiain as i*snes of j I any theoretical or practical importance between Whigs I and Democrats T We know of none; and if these I I hitherto rival parties shall maintain their respective I I organisations, they will do so for the mere sake of the I I epuile of power 1 I I But new issues have arisen, having no reference to I I the party organisations of Whigs and Democrats issues wnioh are vastly important in their bearing I upon the future welfare of the country?and which I | issues must, in thoir discussion^ prwgreas, and terrni- J , nation, annihilate these two parties, which, for years I |j?t. have battled, with alternate sucoess, for political I latmremacy. I A aew era i* at hand?an era which ?yrill be char I aeterised, in the future history of these States, as the I ana or patriotism ! Throughout the length and I breadth of this great and glorious Union, tho an ass** of I the American people have spontaneously and simulta I neously started the inquiry?"Ajaa mot Americans 1 I c^rasta or oovb|nwo nuua Uovurart" dffcis in I quiry is as universal as it is natural and pertinent. I The retptmte is being given in the thousands of asso I ciation* apriuging up in all pdHions of the United I 8tat*s, and roiling on the .single basis, thai tlu native-' I born citizen* of Mi* ITnion have th* capacity and (he I will to adeniruder their ovm Goreminmi, to ppoteet the I right* which thm ha fx inherited, and to perpetuate th* I frevdtrtn and ihaijtkndcn& of their native In nd / I Shall we trace the (*m?M of this spontaneous and I universal Uprising of the masses of our countrymen ? I lhc evil* incident to the indiscriminate immigration I of foreigners IntA our country -the consequences of I permitting such immigrants to enjoy the right of I Miffiragt?end tho degrading effect of elevating for I signers to posts of honor and trust under our gov- I I eminent; nil three hsva been aeeti and known to our i I people for years jxast,and yet until now, with few I exceptions, the American people have seemed to be ' I Mind to the progress of for, itfltirm in the land. We : I need not, on ths oocaaion of prewmuog this circular ; I proeaeettf to tho Ooun try, assign the cav**t for this j I sudden and general manifestation of the jmrpoee of | I the Amucioau j<eopU to Uk? |h* rein* of govern- 1 I ment iifto their own hands; it is sufficient for the I obfaet we hav# now in view to elate the undeniable I and obvious feet that tuck purpo** uriM-e. I We now come Ito-ward to present to our fellow^ I citizens the mods and means of concentrating tho I opinions and of harmonizing the action of tlmse who ate disposed to unit* in, the formation of an " Am*r | Scan partf, whose jwrpoee shall be to And a remedy for the mnntfold erile which hare iron* ue, md | atMM Or* pearly ieMrmeinp under the duotfrotie op* : rotmn afeeer ieme qf n*iuraliM&f* 1 We prop?*e to | establiah, in eonforniitr with th* wiahasof thOasands of th* eitiaen* uf (his District, and of a large number of our fMenas In th* different States, a daily and 1 weekly paper, t? be aallcd THE AMERICA 5 OROAJf. | The pnbHoatinn will commence on the Uth day of 1 Nor ember dally, and on the 2"th weeMy. 1 A <?t*h cupihil, amply snffirient to commence and | to ?M#Mte the enterprise, has burn subscriheti and ! saumad to be advanced liy * number of wealthy and | iatuential genthaten; aad we an insured a'daily I airoujauoa *urpaeaing that of any paper now put j lishad iq Wsskington oity. The number pC our ? weekly Hubacnbers trill depend upon the enthusiasm ' of C#?r friends in the sevTral States, but we hav* suoh as*ur?nr*s that we eaunot doubt we shall commence I Wtth many thoutand* ? and that a rear will not trans 1 pira beftww our watkty Rat WiB he swelled to more I ihaa est* hmmdnxl ttmueamd. 1 Our poaitlo* at the seat of the federal goi fiisssnt, 1 the owntra of our political syitam, <rbcr? ail tha rep rcsentatives of the Slate*, aod of tha people aaauaily luMmble. and where prominent men of til parties prrioilically sojours for manv months, Is cousidsred | fc* as, ?tid by onr friends, aa th* most favorable one for the publication of ?bensa4Wnr rns Avasrns raatr ; and if tlie moat untiring devotion to the ad j vi?aey of Ibe doctnnes aod policy .if thie party shall ! give us a claim to it*ettpf/ori, we know we Shall dr serre, and w* trust wa snail receive U. I We oaiuiot perhaps mora distinctly and concise!r I define the basis on trMch the American (>rf>m is es j teklished flmn by presenting the following rxtHet, arbteh wa eopy and adopt fhwn an address of s former A* mat imtt of th* Miasin Satire Amtricm* Amneia <MM, aad published at fit. Lovt ID February, IMl, to wil; " Taa rs*J>m<Artaa or Aaaetriw raaanoa is oral I MHiPt. Aaaaioa* atoats 00s uotro, sso fat Aaas I ica* rA*TT oca co?xo**n." ? I Our poattion is Uaus defined W? shall advoaate] ruch tnttuuffJi aa will in our judgment, if carried out,| perpetuate our freedma and-protect our native right* 11 nor shall we at sny time dovislc from lUc juith of I dnty as the orgsn of ths American party, aod the sd I vacate of rffh/e I We shall aeHher snstain nor oppnaa any political I mxaanra* on the gnwrnd that they eawnate from a I Demoeratic or from a WWtg administration ; but we I nhsll diacwa ail political questMim witli tlw moetl perfect freedom from fevor or prejudice, toward the I present or sny fulure admipis(ration. Keeping al-^ 1 wa.vslli tfaa the principle* and purposes "f the Aefteriretm party, We shall battle Oh- tlioae prlnriple* and Wlpusaa, whHa as aa independent journal, arv ] ShaH apprare what wa thiak ta riglit aad condemn wa Uunk is wroag in tlie prunanl** of all public and ot all political baHiaa. The editor of the i piHhcaa Organ aill be a Dattoarat of the school of i I Jefferson and Madiaou pnigrmuve in hi* notions ?f I public policy, yet ^insistent io bis advooacr of the ! I rirjita of the Jnetes. I aaaay or editorial shall ever appear in tht ] I America* (Tryau, th* tmdeney af whion would be to I prejudica the righta or wioirad th* feelings of the eiti I **os of any of the State*, tt* fer ?s the influence of : I this paper shall extend, the auastllalianal right* of I e?on. and of all the Btatea. ahall be miuntninaaT We I that the inetiti/H, n qjr nJarery hrlonge (jrJvmr+ly I to thr" Stolen in which it ejriet*. filth nf th* ,<M*h, fttr I it*eU. hat the **4-vcly*iie ria!t U> dcttnxine I whether or ,mt jUlvtry tikafl ecfitf Whin tt* Ktrder*. I We ehnU tk*r*nf% nmytee nit /tyitatlon iff the fueition I tlf timery, either in fh?yr**e nr rut <tf # The " Itneritoei P+yttn" wffl advocate the free and unlrameneUrtl exercise of the rights of <xm*ciettce, on all questlona eonnealad with rehyirut f HJh f but it will, by all fair and raSpa*tf\ll argnmrnta, appo? for. eiyii domMitum eser American aUuent, from whatever I quarter it may apprpadL and ?* well m uiatteni socle I ?!a?Ural as in matters political. JmBKmL A synnpals of tbe nroceodhigs of CongTr?s during each sesaidn Will be llrom day To day m?sente<L (leaeral aad local news will be gathered and pub 11 abort, in order that oar patron* may have a general knowledge of panning evjat*. The daily neper will be published every afternoon, (except Nundar*,) and delivered to subscribers at 10 cents per week, or mailed to subscribers at $6 per year, psydble in ndvsnC*. The weeklypapar will H published eveij Monday morning, at |l per year tn single suhscriWa, par able In advance. Clwhs uf tea nr ranr? wfll lis Air n 1 shad at 41 no each par yaar, (if sssit totaqraaapoat ofBc*. I parable ia advaa*a. Adv*rtnaug ia aOHaito4 at th* aerial rate*; aad, sa the Oryoet will hav* m astonaive ntraulalwp. it will aflun} th* a?o*t daairabl* maoium is KKPOHTXU FOB TUX HMKH OMIllt. THB NBreaenTOF TUB CLASSICS. 11* Pitor. IUviu C'oi.i, O* Tju.vtoij. . The gentian** commenced by dwelling on tin importauco of education, He said that its olrfcci wm to promote the duvelopment of the mind, aud gmde to profttableand useAtl resuKa. Many teachers think tliat tho more they can onuu into tbelr pupil* tu??i?, tlie better they have taught them ; whercu they ndght cram the memory to Its utmost capaci ty, without Ui vulopiug a single Acuity of the mind . He asked, What is the on# aimed at in school in struction^ flame entertain a vague Idea that it i? to prepare for the duties of life. But few think the real object is to dcrefop intellectual strength, and Airnish that knowledge which is power. In order to do thto, we should commenoo at the bot tom of the edifice, and lay a good foundation to build upou; and that foundation is, the capacity to be instructed. We cannot bronco what will he the future courac of the child; so we should pursue that ooarse whloh will draw out ail his Acuities, I and make the child Oouscinus of Us power*, which will awake his dormant energies, and excrciae his latent powers. The child is an imitator, and can learn much bv rote, but great care ahould be taken that lie doe's w* learn to rely entirely ou his book ami tcacber. lie should learn to exorcise his reasoning powers : he should be taught to think. That is the great point; It waa that which, from the Ml of an apple, brought out tho law of gravitation. It was that, which, from nothing the steam arise from a boiling kettle, has covered the ocean and our rivers with I steamer*; By what oounw of study can this object be heut attained f To leant mechanically, is to lose the time so employed, dompamtivcly. Tliat which will make j the pupil exercise tho powers he knows of, and whieh will draw out raw, is the right course. 1 Among those studies which wiii dovolop the faculties best, mathematics stands pre-eminent. And equally vahiablo are the language*. They teach to thiuk; inculcate generous principles, anil great philanthropic idea*. Why is a mother so auxioua about the ohlld -wUieh does not learn to talk early ? The mute is selfish; tho acquisition of the power of language enlarges his ideas. What languages are of the most importance ? Home would say French, Gorman, Italian and Span ish, as they are now spoken, and are of great prac tical utility. But, on taking up a dictionary uf anv or those languageh, It Is found that the first word is derived from another language; should not the pupil first become acquainted with that older lan guage ? nose languages do not contain the kev to themselves; there is one lying back of them. I j In every study, tho pupil is met at the threshold j by techotel iiaiues, and must master the moaning ; I lbem befw? ho can proceed farther. He finds they are derived from the Latin or Greek, and his 1 natural" inquiry Is, Should I not first study the kev to these words, the language from which they are derived ? All our technical terms, nearly, are de rived from the olassics ; the aaoient languages lay at tho back of everything. To refertEc pupil to | the dictionary, only reminds him of the ellipsis in his education, and make# hiui wish W> draw front the same fount with the etymologist. But often Wn hear men ridlctdfng the idea of J spending time over the dead lanpiiagfi. TheJ are not dead ; they still live in the tongues of this day. Ko man is capable of judging ofthora, who has not studied them; and one thoroughly verged in clwaie lore will feci its value too highly to attempt to de tract from its merits. ClasKic knowledge la indispensable to power of knnaca. A knowledge of wonb ia infuasd by Ms j study, and words are the source of that power. There are many more thorough matbemetician? than thorough linguists. Among the eminent men of the latter clan- may be roHkoued Webaur. I fiveaett. Are they not powerful think 1 ers. \\ by wJU d*tu? that their powers of thought were not much cufttrated by their classical re searches f The studV of the language* ia eafcu-' iaied to develop the taosfcies fop anv occupation. The duKxission was opened by Professor Cole, Of whose speech the al>ove is au abstract and wan carried on by Mr. Richards, of this ofty, BUbop Potter, Prof. Proudfit, D. D., Profeaaor' (lanunil. Professor Diutitnr, and many othor distinguished men. Among the opinions which ware received with most attention, was the testimony in favor of the elaaaiea, bom.- hy Professors Baeheand Henry The MAUor waa finally diapoaaed of by resolving? That the aaaociation depsecato the growing <ii? use or the languages in our nrhools, academic*, collefltse, *e., and that It is their opinion that said study tends to a high state of suitivalkm of the j mind. ? From die Albany Register, Jan. A The. Albany Aladistue Affair. Wc noticed, on Monday, the fart that, oa Satur day last, tbe lady of Mayor Panneloe visited the almshouse, and utstrihotod among the young aud the DM of that institution a large nflmber of eakee and Imoks as M?w Yaar'a prtsuta. The books wen< mainJv given out to the children-*-" little peo ple" from turee to ten years of aye?and many heart* were thus made giad. On each Sunday rftorning, Rftr. Mr. Dyer, and Mr. (older, eiiy iniaeiminriee, hold divine ?ervicea at the aJinohOuso, St which all the innate* who choose to do so attend. In the afternoon of that day, prions end leaehers of the Roman Cethofc ohurrh attend and di?pen*e to thoaa who held to the firith of tliat d< nomination instruction and oouu scl jvculiar to Cslli'lficiam. On Hundav last, four of these " TeaMier*" aaseui hied the children In tho school-room, and finding them possessed ol the little gift-hooka distributed among them by Mr*. Parmeieu, affected to find in some of tljem what they called " heresy," " poit> mi," So they toot <heff? all sw*y from the children, threw some of tbeni into (he Are, and pocketed the rest' Tho fact was communicated to tlie supevintend m(, Mr. tTdrst, and he promptly addressed a note m? the amaeaaoi n. ?uting that he **uM he phased la see ftieui at hia office. At tbe ctoaa of theti miuistrationa, they called on tha superintendant, snd that geiulcmsn, not knowing that tb?y had it any of the book*, Informed them that he andnvatood they had taken possession of a number J of them, and dirscted tlieiu to give then up at once. They deported themselves arrogantly, until they were informed by Mr. liurst that they miMt live up to the rulea of the inatttutkm, or thay would not be snffer^d to visit it at all. On delivering up the books, they had tho arro gant aasurance to be very impudent to the super , intend en t-; and were quite abusive?giving him to understand that if thnronfter, they shaald find any | liooks or doauments which they aa Romanists : regarde<l as olyoctionable, they ahould take them I away. Mr. Hurat anain iiifbrmed them that they must abide strictly by the rulos and reguiatkMsa of ' the Institution, and that they mnat not in any man ' ner Interfere with them He Informed them also, that if they had not gfvrn up the books they had taken ao unwarrantably, lie would have bail^them arregted at oaoe. (hi lea? iag, one of them re qiwsted that nothing should be said aliouttbe mat ter until Father Wadhama had been nonaahod! Mr. Hurat promptly infonaed the proper an tho rities, and the result was an investigation, held at the City Hall yeaterday morning. The upshot of the matter was that the superintendent was to anger these teachers to eontinne their mliiMrottnw at the ahne-hnuse, only upem eondhinn that tliey rto???ed no rule or legilhrfhiW The book* and pietneed earda (KaMhnted were *?out SOO ht mimher. Ther eontaiwd nothing whatever of a seetartan or of^seftonaMe ehararter tl?fv?s**'<>y^ibli ii ?e ssnnas gud histroet thoa* whvf tkna mMMsv mOre, Ther eonW do no posaibie harm, even if the Bttle Uliftdlas Who re eel red them Wero capable of comprekeu<' J"K ?V.theological dogmas whatever, or ooa'd Jn'o^fi^raajr were ''her?tfc*ror not. Of ter, XcOoniM, and whom we have alluded?returned twenb'-wx ?o ptee! Where arc the rtxtt? Were they not fc?W/ Aun.nr, Jagl 4?In Trfrnntrln I he leaanl ill "WPTW*1 up?* the right? of the cMWnn of tliuel.na-bo.aw hy the teacher* ?* the Komleb C buiuh, ? commit too of the Cummrnom rtl have paaeed .caolutioas forbidding the feather vfcks of teacher* of that aeot uutil ample apology ia made. Fray ll? W,'. /n ^-"-*"-'1 Blowing Bella to Keep off Oevila. - TW JUght R<;v. Biabop Bayley, on St. 8tophco'e ?'^n,e ef h?Ba for the chuiehof Ike Most Holy Redeemer, in Third street. The ceromaey waa peiformod immediately after the ten oetackiaaas, when that vaet ehuroh waa crowded Cfc iHt of the altar to tho Tory door. Cap, Smith, *Hh hie company of Independent Riflar, waa to attendauee as a guard of honor. A mm ha* <ti tlia members of the con grata tlea, who had beeu moat active in procuring theee bela, had their P??we* immediately by Um> holla. * The MJ? *re linir in number, mid an the chime aent from Germany to tho World's Fair fa thia ctty. The laigeet of the toar, which weigbe about 1,600 pounds, was dedicated in honors* Hi. M.V *5* ?econd WM ia honor rf8t- CWwtoL tho T,m' *rB <* ,ho heat metal ami of the finest workmanship. Each ball >rjr? *** <*?? te the metal. The bells were conveniently bung, hi obi - dienee to the pontifical, in the space in front of tho altar raUiug, The bishop, in full pontifical er tared the church, attended by the priests and aot - lytea, with inceuse, lights, he. They chanted the Miserere, ami the and, 66, tt?J, ?j?th, and 86th Twdma, with the De Profundi*. Then tho bishop bh-sscd salt and water, savin r alter warda tbo prayer, that when the bella should be bathed therewith, whensoever thev ahonld sound, the power of devils, the shades o# pbati tasma, the attack of mobs, the striking of light, uings, the shock of thunders, the ruin of torn peats. and 0very spirit of tho storms, might be driven *edtH*t, when tho children of Christian people should hear them ringing, tlie la crease of devotion might grow in them, that, haateninir within the bosom of their mother chureh thev ring to God, in the church of the the new song, coming thither with the stwnd of the trumpet, Jim modulation of psaltery, the sweetness of the organ, the exulatiou of the dram, the glad ueaa of the cymbal; so that, in the temple ofWs glory, by their pleadinga and prayers, they may invite the multitude of the army of angels. Tlien the salt being mixed with the water, with the special prayers of the pontlfidal, the be gan to bathe the bells therewith. When this wt? I'mb* bi8h?P W'th tbe priB,,t, chBnte<l the ''Laudianimamea, laudato Dommwn quoaiam boons, Laudste Oominum de cteHa, cantate donJl ae." Then followed the peshn " Laudato Domi nam in sanctia mils." Then the bishop, with the thumb of his right hand, made the sign of tbe cross on each bell with the holy oil, (tn/ktmorvm,) and told the prayer In 2S3L^?, "urH>rY*tU1*1 effecta of terror to tlia flevH and his servants, and of comfcrt and Mod tospkatton to the people of God, wherever?, sound of these bells ahe?ld In- heard Then wiping " r^e/1T W Bnt' ^ ^ the ?ntiph<,MK 1 OT tuprr mjn?? lmtiiat," and with thn as:. c!r^ ^xZw ????! ft bishop made seven crosses on the outside of each bel^ with the same oil of the Infirm, and ftmr crosses with the chrism on feur sides 0/ each my ^ " May this bell, O f^rd, be eanc tMied and oonneeroted. In the name of tbe father Ofco** In honor ** honor if emtfi patroe of the other bells, respectively, h thefr turn. Then followed another prayer of Meaning* fw the communication of power against the (nirfta ?f the air, from the beantmi! order of the eoettt. cal, when taking thyme, frankincense, and tnvtjh, he OTt it in censers, antf placcd th-m underWll 0* tn? * 1 The verses "Tideront te armisi Dem * kr were sung from Psalm Ixxrl, and tho blsttop said the clorfng pravrr, that, TJkr u the Holy Gbost eahie down jn deHght upon thr harp at Bavld . ?*) wWh) Samuel offered Ac sucking lamb a holocoaeito the King of Bternal DomhaaeJAa thunder of the heavens rcpulsdH the<faoa4 of the ?rtewy, 00, while the sound of these belts shall paea through the air, the angelic band ma* Mud the?tmgregaU<m of the churth, and perpetud prT tectlon keep the minds, the t>od|?e md the not sr salons of believers. Finally, the Deacon diarouraed from tho lWh chapter of St. Luke, of Mary, who cboeo the one thing mwessa?^r?s if giving the constant ralseSoi. . ;?! ? awakening tho attention of all while enpusw.4 hj the tares of tbe world,' to it meetber thst their cMe/good is hi the diorch. From the Loadoa VorrMpondaaee of tbe ?oMao Peat, J an wry I. Doke of Caaak?tt0B Craif-m. "Tiiif T*am ' decto* tlw? Field of Bottle. hml *te*m<r may htTn iidc^ti out lomf nj? ^ D"fc' ^ C-ambridge which wen, thee Jnsr Mwl^ to he current. jLs they bavw m^Mted, H turn be Interesting to state what the? are. The fkike s appointment as ? general 6f # ?Won wae net s popular one He islftot fc' TOua* mai??otalv *6?for snch a posltloo, hat seea nt, sa#vtoe. has never commanded ?i<*pt at Ohobtar. last yeor, and a? the Dukeof WelMngtoir* panaat hmerel, aod has tto fitness tor military Mb beyond a kind ef obstinate errata?# inherited hv at the de acrtidarrts ef George ITT. Jhjt tbwi he It'the Queeo'a ewa rxMfain. end as he has no absolute nnfttorsa fiw the place, Ms commission waa signed at the Horae Gaarda lie was net meeh mlasi'd after hts departv?, exeept at the royal dftiners, nor oioeh moo rued ex ^ hy Wa fcndly ,/ young " SOdtha," who*: mother, like the Mttherbertt and Jotirdans of the eoyal generation piMedhig; thought a left-hand marriage wfth a n^ral dnke preferable to hoBast matriipooy in poverty ; and inasotweh ?> bis Max has been duly garottod in ail Ud JUglan's de -patcbeH,. Oiero has been no fitde rrjolcln^ at Wiodsor Castle over another hero of the S*ia w'"k Kaod. Wadnsaa, Bke murder, will oat, howav.r, nd tb.. Voan^ scion of rwvahe *i?aae th? purity of bis blood by gettiMg craay like hii grandflithcr. It seems tliat soinc ?tratiirotiam'id conduct was noticed sfter the battle of the f'%n In <he l?uke of Cambridge, bnt nothing ofa deeded r.baraeter snpoarod until after the defhat of tha Russians at lahanmasn. Kidjog aernas the battlefield and observing a wounded Russian endeavor to afcoot an KnjJiah soldier, instead of running hjm through on Ihe. apot, the l>nkr began te reaaoo wkh him, and Ms aMs coming ?p they overivMr4 Mm saving, that ho should uae all hie influence at headquar ter* to have him hangedl" Aa the dead went be ing earned by, the Duke began to remark, " Thst man Is not dead, set him on his legs, hell walk and tfpon Lord Raglan's remonstrating with him upon Mm III thne for auc.h buffoonery, he raphsd, '' Huffoonery, my Lord I I am ainaaed. The man is not dood. I myself saw Iiim slive and talked with him thia very morning." Measures were In atarttly taken to report the'Puke aa an Invalid, and tn remove hhn from Ma command. Tha appointment of the Oeke of Cambridge ia the moat eonspicuow, but not tha only tarair1 of those made ou mere grounds of ooansxion and fltvor , others htt* giveh occasion remark. Lord Lncati has 00 fitoesa #W Ma plire, and the suleMal chaage at Ralaklava waa Merely owtag to Mo hot rhC?if CM moat fiwmjfnwnw npfiilt m oV T.n(p*rwt in.i has borne tha name M Black-Sorito rHiilgtal