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LGUDONTENNESSEE, APRIL 4, 1854.
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JNO. W. & SAII'L B. O'EXIEX.
C'oe on Cedar Street, Last uf the Public Square
TERM:': Two Dollars in advance: Two Dol
lap.s a.i Fifty Ck.nts in Ms iixiiitLj-j TnntE Dol
lars at the expiration of the rear
AnvKRnsKMKNTs inserted at $1 per squfire for tbe
first, and iO cents for each ubeiuvnt insertion.
' TfiABLT BlTtS.
Troftitiioiial Cr.is, (five linec.) , $ 5
" " (more than live line.)..... 10
' Quarter of cr.lumc 1SJ
Hull' column'. 37 4
One column 75
.Announcing ciiiidi.hitcs, (advance,) 3
SSSfAJdrei-a the Publishers, 'ont-I'u i d.
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Havana Correspondence of the Charleston Courier.
NEWS PER U. S. MAIL ISABEL.
Havana, March 21, 1S.VI.
The Hhick Warrior has at, last been jriveti
op to her lawful owners, un.br the following
circumstances: From the time of her seizure
vntil Saturday, tlie lSth inst., at o P. M., the
(Joverinnent did not vouchsafe to intimate any
thing to the Captain or cmisijrjiees in regard to
its intention, wiieu at. the indicated hour, the
consignees were notified by the Collector that
tin the loth a decision was eome to for the pur
pose of Hiiit: the owners $r,0f 'b upon the sat
isfying uf which the ileauitr would be delivered
Three days were :i!!owcd to elapso before the
tlecision was made know to the consignees, al
thouj'h durin g that time the public was made
aware of it, but the tardiness of the communica
tion to thosii most interested, by the authorities
male thy report to lie doubted. Had the news
l-y the fiii." not been so storm', perhaps in
stead of now informing you of her delivery to
the Captain and Consignees. I should have to
inform yon of her sale. As il is these weak
.jroviriiors can say. that it was no dread of tha
United Stales that made them deliver her t;ji,
-M.S they ha 1 decided so to do before any ne.vs
vas received from them.
The United States Cons';! would not receive
t'tfii vessel, it is purely she tikin her lack by
the Caj'taie, as lar a- the CmisiiL is concerned,
be has nothing to do but wait the order of the
government at WahintOii in the business.
Il is no Io.i'cr a private af'air, but one in which
4he hon ,r of all the nation
ot rated Hainst
A wilfttl outrage has beti
as tten petT
-!h'.- United Sta'
.a:: t J. s.ia.l ijlu
it every man,
women an I child, trot.i Texas to Maine, and !
-from Caofi.ruia to M.is-.r.vl,.i-v!ts, dot s not
ileio.tnd r.-v,.u-..tio:!. We ai e. much too lenient
ith ihesa cauricious ami handily Spaniards.
Pi;:'.L'Kt. v Bt:' i." now ti htcnin ' the reins.
I .11 n cretab'y ialormed that all books, bc
hi.ies being cxamiud by the censor, v i 1 have
4 i li.ive their description handed in a list to the:
'CiTtaia (iener.il for his inspection, and without
iiu express or tor tr im ni'ii iney win uui nenct:
t'ir:!i be delivered. First, we have the Jesuits
iatr.t. biced. then our papers prohibited by a:i
-exorbitant postage, now our bonks will be sent
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t'ie ta -.'ot.
Ve toe.i in the midst of pnriy strife and
jlei for p--;;it and honor, caum-t ye cou-
p.is.lion tor a moment, and t;s.en to
In o:e l.reain we exciattn,
t..ourdutv $10 per barrel! newspaper postage
lUi per o. ii.ee 1 and to o;:r bread we have
to forswear oi.r religion ! Went move can the
in.-'St ed iip'e'iit say to excite cs.-:n tai.-;era!i.)ti.
I:t ihe JI ur'- Wurr't",- anair. th" r:)ver::mt-t.t
deei les.to pay the expanse of dischariu
cotton, but it must b-ijalel at t'.io ship
I have been told that the grand advise r in this.
alVair has been quite crest fallen si':c i!ie ncv.s
uie from the United State, that the insult will
be resented. These oilicials are only brou.;hl
lo reason by blows. Courtesy is wc.rse than
loft upon llicin.
minor it c ins oi ii.lonna'.ioi
1 have lo
ul ion ar-
iitipart to von follows:
The British steamer of war P:ca;
rived at Havana on the morning of
inst., bringing th.e Ex-(J.tvei'tior o!
-Sir Cms. G .u:y. who will proceed to
ted States to make a tour, before ins return to
Knjbmd. The steamer returned to Jamaica
on the lS.li. The ox Governor is a ery stout
gentleman, about f,3 years ed age. His sietd
i.ess will astonish tho n:tivt s at home, for after
so much vexation one would uaturaliy e.xpec -t to
see a .slia.low, rat In r than a veritable John
Bull of some
ht, in this much per-
Tin MLn.v. U. S
corvette, came in most
beautiful'y on the afternoon of the li.th, almost
brusliin-' o'.:r noses with be r guns as she passed
bv the wharf, all s.til set
A strange accident, took place on the Matr.n
y.r.s Rail Road a few days since. The train
from Coliseo left, afters nr.e detention, with a
ntw engineer, and at about a league an 1 a half
from Matanxas a slight explosion was heard by
the passen; rs, but as the t;ia continued to
jiroeeeil tins was hardly noticed. A few mo
4iients afterwards il was reported that the en
gineer anil his negro helpmate bad jumped oil"
he engine, and that the train was ruuid.ig with
out any body to Mtend to tin; locomotive. Up
on this, one of the passengers, a bravf fellow,
passed from c ar to car and got as best he could
on the engine, and stopped it, and the cry was
uttered for the passengers to save themselves,
a the boiler was about to burst. This intima
tion uf course created ? extraordinary alarm,
and there was a general rush from ihe cars,
however, fortunately without any accident, ami
wiihout any inconvenience, but a tramp to the
city on foot by the passengers.
The papers' ltHve been unanimous in their
praise of the Performance of Gottsciiai.k.
Their articles are Imi r and well written. For
further particulars I refer you to your files
The commiss'oners of wharves have adver
tised for offers to pull down a large block
of buildings known by the name of the Old
Custom House, for the purpose of erecting on
the spot an edifice, to serve as au exchange,
public warehouse, offices, i.e. '
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r.M'ra. iir I .i'iiitm i i.asii is i 'en n nnmn to
to be Governor of ..latanzas in place of Briga
dier General Pavin, who is appointed Comman
dant General of Las Cuatr . Villa. Lately the
nrmv in the central part of the Island has been
much increased. Villa Clara is the head quar
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The barracks at the above town will be soon
completed, and will be fur tbe accommodation
ol four companies.
Ravaino paper, which gave the alarm snme
time 'since about robbers and bandits, says that
it was a false report spread by the timid that
it must have been runaway negroes. The edi
tor give immoderate and fulsome praise to the
Governor for having acted with 60 much zeal,
and it appears that the country has been Bcour
d bv troopers in the vicinity of that city, but
without any oil.ee lesu't than that of kicking up ;
i. P. S, The latest news in regard to tho
! Jilack Wan ior is ns follows: The tessel is in
a most horrid state, and the machinery much
damaged; also, i; a dirty state, from the aceti
' initiation of bilge water. Tho loss also in stores
i and wine, I presume, w ill he great, from all
1 accounts. When the cargo and ship were giv
! en back, SiiOQO had becr.' paid into the Knyal
' Treasury by order of the Captain General to
the Consignees. For the interest of the own
, ers this was done.
There was no trial and consequently no de
i fence allowed. The will of the tyrant was siif
' ficit-nt. The owners as individuals, can do
; nothing: but I trust that the Govcrnme id and
peopkof tba-fc-d iJtattfSiJ x4?- 'l-4Amrr h.r
cause pK7.t:t:i.A BtY to pay, as the French did has s, nt another proposal to tenna, which the
the Dky of Al riers. ' represet tativi s of the Four Powers found to be
Our Government lias had the report from
our Consul, and I suppose it tallies with all the
reports front regular correspondents. ' M. M.
From MitihePs (N. Y.) Ciii7.cn.
ST. PATRICK'S DAY.
On the 17th of March, the Irish in Ne'.v
York, and everywhere else over the world, will
weer the Shamrock.
Our nati jii is scattered-abroad li Ke t lie ,i (ws,
and trampled at home as no people, or tonne.
or nation, Jew or Gentile, ever was before them.
Never vet, within the memory of tho oldest
man, did Ireland rank so luw in the public
opinion of the world, as she docs now; never
did her hotior lie a bleeding so miserably. Of
ten, indeed our island has been said to be ''cou-
q acred" before, since the day of Stronbow s
j invasion. And this is the very thir-jr that for
' bids her sons to "rive up all hope and faith in
' her dcntiny. The ferocious Mountjoy and Ca
j rew closed the wars of Elizabeth's time with so
j utter and universal a devastation, that her Maj
! cstv's servants in announcing' to her that she
j was at length Monarch of nil Ireland, were ob
liged to ado, tnat "she ruled l:iit over carcases
Enlaiul believed full snrelv that
licr atii iet.t enemy was ''conquered'' at last.
But half a century rolls by; and behold there
! si:s a Confederation of Kilkenny, a veritable
' Irish Parliament, with veteran vcncrals leading1
' its armies, and the banner of the. Cross and the
I Crown floating over its walled cities; and an
! other O'Neill routs the Puritan army, and
i tiainples its banner of bb.;e at Benburb; and so
! once more the greatest of Eulataj's warrior";,
i Comwe'l, the cpteller of kins, the dic tator of
i Euehuid, und conqueror of Scotland, bus to
i c-ouie t.vur and crush the undying rebel a"aii'.
Once more our fields were hud wr.ste, our cities
stormed and sacked, and their t'clei.ucis slain,
or flying to the ends of the carih, or pining in
su-ar-plantations ot the U eM i nctn-s.
Ireland was finally conquered this time-!
i But no, there is another half century of de.-pon
denev and gtocmy sutiutssioti; aiut oetunc.; ine
island slial.es again wi.h the tramp ot armed
men and the fhock of armies, and the Shan-
non ci d ihe B;..mi run red with bhni.'; and
again, England's Dutch king, William i f Nas
sail, has '.o come over, with f-rty-dve thousand
men at his back, to light for his throne and iii'e,
and crush yet once move the stubborn Iriih
enemy. "Conquered' again.
Bid Ireland always bad a lop ' memory.
For a fall hundre years after the "flight of the !
Wild i'Ot s2 fn'tii Limerick, English dominion !
sftiK-u i ccnre'i j riaii resistance aosoiutciy aim
j finally prostrate: yet a nation is never quite
j subdue.! while its spirit lives. All this ccii
! t.;rv, Ircl.ind wdrsiiippcd in her secret heart the
i memory of her heroes and martyrs, of Sarsfield
' and O'Neill; and mothers taught thjir children
i ti-. .. .i.i.j
i to curse nu.iTlv the red crosi cd t. Oeurge
I And so this thric
and four times conquered na-
ti'ju on the P.'th of April, I T.v0, thunders, in the
inters, in the
tosas ul (J rattan, her Declaration
detx.-e. A t.d
j i ):iounce in
Dclegates of 8 1,(100 volunteers
.ivjatinon that no p. nver shall
' i':a'.:e their laws vo the Oucrn. Lords and
: Commons uf Ireland." This time there was no
; .'louiitjev orJl.'rom'.vell, or Vv'illi.-tr.i of Nassau,
.ho woiild undertake to contradict that Dcchir
' aii on at the cannon's muzzle; ihcre-foregei-.erous
England, cloaking her bktcr wrath in gracious
smiles, vie'ded to her "sister country" all she
ns.it.-.:; auft l"i- cii:tcc:i
iuft lor ei.htecti years Jrctunct was a tree
and proud an 1 prosperous sovereign state.
lit r "cuerous ststrr, howcver.et.uid ia.t eninrre
it. or.-Mtih,! - her. th siTme s he was n-c! need
o try gold and fraud. So sweetly .nd grace-
fiillv'di.l she vield all the armed vobinterrs de-
,uj,'!,m i!iot il-.t v in n f..t:,l hour uisbjuiPfd and
disarmed themselves. Then was v.uven and
sr.i-end to network of corn, ot ion and chicane.
and the thrlce-aceursed Vaion was accomplish-
ed, but licit before a gallant struggle, a suborned
Hid In traved outburst of insurrectiuu: undfrtm
Antrim to Etiniacorlhy, the rebel puke drank
Still the spirit of Irish nationhood lived-
1 Through pcriodieal famines and perennial dis- i
: arming acts, and. worse than all. the emascuhi
ting parliamentary agitations, th:;t lived ami j
burned. At tlie end uf another exact half ecu- i
turv, ni'Tj accident and mistake, and cruel fam- I
: ine and plague saved Britain's power from total i
: annihilation upon Irish ground. But this time, j
1 the famine and the plague alone were sufficient
to cru.-h her to the earth: and it Ireland ever ;
i was "conquered," she was surely conquered five i
' years ago.
: . But that hind has never even yet been finally ;
' subdued. That ancient national life serins im- 1
mortal. - Slain, cut to pieces and lu.ried, over '
and over, vet the dry bones, as in the valley i
'of Ezekiel's vision, arc ready to receive fho ;
j breath of life again. Even this stubborn refu
sal, century after century; to lie down contt nt
! under conquest, this dentally renewed struggle
against power apparently resistless ns iatr,
this ever torn, but ever
flying, banner of Free-
i tlom, streaming yet ana ir n T une a inunoer
1 cloud aja!nst.lhe wind, ad this mases us lee!
, i . . i r i:i. .1 l .
f.ir . n ti
f , that the green Island. .ot our miners nas v i a
i .1 ..... ! . 1 ... .-.. r i I.i. Tint I.-., i a t !. A
eiesuny eu aciiievu utu"s " .....ina u.
In no Fpirit of bravado, Heaven knows, in no measures for defense. The Turkish 'corps sia
triuinphant pomp, which would be nothing but. tinned at Cuipcrceni stood to arms, in readiness
1 tlrunken orgies uver our oeao lnnmer out. , in
j humility, and in pious thirst for veneeance and
in hope of a happy resurrection for the immor-
1 ..! tlnn.l -nf e.iti.ta M-n rfbdirate. this Vear. the
i i ioki.ih m ...,-- 1 j
III! 1.1 . ..I.
; hoiyciay ot nerpaijnn apusne.
Come Kits .Ve.' This is the name that should
' be given to the fashionable modern lion net,
i which, lightly resting on the back of the head,
affords jio protection to a pretty face but on
j the con t ran, increases the attractions which.
under arty circumstances, invite the. stamp of
Kuinchs na nnctionl Jiow niuereni irom
! Via , U.. . 1 A t.'fi..ttr
years ago, which formed a projecting line of ry 24, at which date scarcely any thing was do- . lantern uiiei. and shut sessame, by wiw light
;.:....ito,;rt i..:. i.:J. r. -3 ' t.... i ..i -.:. . c,m ' n n-. and then in hot haste let oil "Old Lo-
llilii.iiiaiiHiiuii ni.tiin.1 Mtril IV.I1H 1 1. ,1 1 it l no f.
, , . i . i t
inecaux aejnse wnttn in? most anient jna.
presumptuous admirer of beauty would hardly
attempt to pass when even, '
To undertake the p!easfn process,
Required an elephant's probosois.
Laicr from LIuropc.
ARiKVAL OF TDK
STEAMER f? AFRICA.
Liverpool, March 11.
Ureadstuffs has receded from the prices re
ported hv the previous advices. Western Ca
nal Flour :i7s Cd.; While Ohio Wluat 12s to;
Consols for money 01.
The Capture of Kahif'.-.t was a false report.
The Erst division of Napoleons hYel Lu.l sail-
. - '
ed fur ti e Baltic.
There has been no fthtin
....... u ....it ;.,'
on the Danube or in Asia. . . , -,
to. admissible and re'eeted the messenger with
The French and English ultimaUt.n to tho
CZ!1r left Vienna on the T.h for St. Petersburg
Prussia and Austria has not si'i e 1 the ulti-
The Prussian and Austrian rolicy I eincr still
defltu d ns central fi r the pre sent, and as niedi-1
- ators fi.r the future. i 1
The first division of fourteen British ships
order the command of Sir Charles Napier, s;iil-
cd from Portsmouth on the 1 lib. for the Baltic,
It is reported that "000 troops po to the Baltic:
fbr tai.d service, the i ith reo uncut cmbarucd
nt Livetnoti! i n the 11 lii for Turkey
The allied fleets were at Biycos Pay. He
bulk of the Russian fleets were sit Sebasfopol
with some ships at Secnnicali. Both lieets
had cruisers i.'. the Black Sea.
The Russian Baltic fleets were pushing
through ihe ice to vain the seaboard.
All the pnssenvers of the ship Robert Kelley
bad been laniled safely. The ship Panthet
struck and sin k near Ilolv Head, on the niht
Cll-., 1 r liaillfP .( 11
of the ?tl . ciht of the ticw was landed, but bofarasonr present inhirmi!i-n enables us
the fate ot the others are-rot
The French S nate l as unanimously voted
the loan of 200100.000 francs.
The first division of Freu h troops for the
East was to leave Toulon on the "0th. "
Some excitement was crcntetl in the com-
inercial circles by Lord Clarendon's announce-
incut that to the Repa Merchants nil Russian
produce to whoever lielonttiLT, ami even in
neutral vessels shall be lawi'idly prises in time
A dispatch from Athens state that the Greek
instill e t ion was est ud, ! to Thessshn o. (Jen.
Koas has joint .1 the insurgents. 1 he city of
Asia had been taken by an assaud.
The Turks had bee t beaten by severe en
counters. Prussia still held out.
Lord John Russel v.ns quite ill.
The late-t d's atih retietd at Paris fully con
firm the altitude assumed by -Prussia and Aus
tria on the Eastern question. Austria has ex
pressed a perfect willingness to join the Wear
tern Powers. Prussia positively refused on
the "round that she w:,s not a maratime power,
anil hud. therefore, little interest in the matter. !
A dispatch from t lie Austrian .MiMstir re-
reived nt Paris on Thursday, explaining the af-
fair, but it is lamentably obscure and in, satis-
factorv. and is indicative of policy on the Porte
At! vices from
"pain state tho insnrgents
Chief, Satorrehad been ecpturcd near the French
tc intier and shot,
Acldiiional per Pacific.
! OPERATION'S ON Till: DANUBK THE t.ATKST It AT-
Tl.t: OF THE HCSSIANS AGAINST THE
RCSSIAN3, UP. Til K RATTLE OF
TUK KII.KENNKY CATS.
There is nothing new from the Danube, so
far as the relative position of the two armies
is concerned. Operations of magnitude are re
tarded by the bail weather, but a constant suc
cession of minor encounters are reported. In
almost all these conflicts the Tmjks are aggress
ors at d generally con. e off victors. From al! iudi-
cation, ho-vever, the Russians, slowly as they
move, are irr paring for a grand stroke.
On the llbh of February a conflict took
place bv mistake between two columns if the
Russian ain-v.' The Ttrl.ish posit it is ere ex-
asteily ciiecln n as far
as ti.e vii-
lajiP d v.111 rcrca 111, wn.c n is muui a mile
tr.i.t from Kalrfat. Fur. several days a
kish corps, 4,00(1 strong, under the ccnimai
Col. M irulai, lad been tested in front of
. . lo
! village, and in the direct ion
outposts. On this c erps vhe
I mined to make an onslaught during the night
of the Kith. For this purpose two Russian col-
umi s were bronchi nr.. each from 4.000 to .VOOrt
trfiirr. tii.P bv tbe runtl wbiib b roU to K'.,1..C,t
from about the viilp-e of
olhtr from the left side ef it
ire in t.tit t.t I'ois-
lPr;r.,u Ahli.crlis rrtMriv 1 tn ml,-,,,, nn.l
ex'pcctcdlv upon the Turks, to 'sun rise, ench.se
. -J 1 . I ... ..
them, and cut- them to picct s. The Russian
columns commenced their march nt three
o'clock in th.e morning, and by four o'clock
nached a position whence they were urdy half,
an hour's march from the Turkish pickets.
The second column seems cither tub :ve missed
ih direction by mistaking the road, or to have
tunic up lung lifter its time.
Be this as it may, the latter column: in ihe
obscurity of a foggy night, col. eluded the form
er to be a body of hostile Turk, and instantly
opened upon tin in a terrific cannonade, which,
the others, who labored under the same mistake,
returned with yet more dcncl'y effect. Pressing
towni'ds cat h other, it came ere long to a close i
fire of small arms. This ill omened combat
lasted fur an hour and a half, until, when dy
dawned, 'he combatants saw with horror the
i-rn.r ll.i.i. li-wt .i ni it- , . ,A Tt.n toco ill killed
, -,' t,t ; tva ,v.; '..i.-io's en-
.coul.!er ;s n.tlioned by the Russians themselves ,
; . ie !,i, ti, t.i i.ntnr-!
' t ot iiauui tuci. jut i tonj i . ,
H a,an)!efl at cvp p0i,lt;;ltul at Widdin.wl.ich
' - . . t. . . . . ... ,
, js ,k j,,,
ue ai d a half distant, Omer Paeba,
on tn.'iriiiir llin i.iiiiii ,nnln tin.L- iJltlui renUtSltO
tur action at any moment, but did not advanc
as it m as at a loss t imagine or comprehend
w hat the Russians were about, murdering one
nmitbr in thnt sstvli It un not tilt lii.lw-pcn 7
and 8 A. M. that the Russian columns with
drew to their respective positions, carrying their
wounded along with them.
Four Turkish and two Egyptian ships of war,
ror t(.ll nnnipil lvnl nr, ii .d ..t tirl'-ino ill
J i tix'Ly'TJr
"'- -" ""; ' " '
. - r i. : . l ii a... I. . i, j -, a
port of SaoLico, in Macedonia.
t t ji. t Cf l.i,o" T?..r.itn.
1 It fT ill IirOlltlCC J ri, L I .1 1' 111 V JieCtlUllls in""
, . . 1 .
date St. Petersburg Feb. 27, that the Russiau
Odessa represented .business ns almost suspen- . ;" e ., , .- , . , . This is a misconception, a ton ut tne garden wan. mi, i
ded, and further stated that an order had been run, while the manufacturer of the dotnest.c ong.-r b,.,,,e 'Sj- the Terri- What?' says I. 'There,' says he. 'Where?' says
issued totally to stop the exportation of wheat, article lay with his back to the ear h, rendered 1 he J issou " y3f!'X alone. There I. 'Whist.ays he. 'Hush,' says I. And that'
;na nm,.M. under oblivious by the knocks caused by the repercus- , tory ut lkium.ii.-, . ..,,i about it. close your worstuo.
government has just prohibited the export of
corn and bread stuffs by the LUaek Sea and tne
Sea of Azoff. " . '
'I he government is indefatigable in its exer
tioi.s to inflame the minds of thepuoj.de. live
ry day processions of priests traverse the street
ot St. Petersburg, exhtbitinj relies of the saints
of the Greek calendar, and the clergy, every
ft here preach to unr.s in snrrnrt of tin
thodox faith. These demonstrations dispirit the
mercantile and wealthy classes.
SVKIIEX AMI X(!if AT.
It was reliably stated that fin; Russinn jov-
crnmetit having clccl ii'ifl that it cannot " fMreept
or rcco-msa U,e a:.Mouneernent of neutraliiy
: ... .... J
i on the part o Sweden, the Swedish mivern-
k . ' .... ' . . .
nii II Hits refioeu iiiai nu cininc inn ij iii.iut-:
Je i , . o , - i . i r i .i I
. i . . i ,i . .. . . i . .. i. i ...
iul'iv. l it; Russian ov-
continues neirotiations with .Norway,
but Without rrosiiect of any altered results, as
' .1... .-. .. .. . . . c l"... I V
! nuite decided and united. Should Russia pre-
Lt in refosin-r to ,.k, ,:u!,dro the neu: aii-
ty of the Baltic Powers, if is b.'ieved they will
; furmally unite with France and En-laud.
: " the uiikkk ivsi iuikctiovh.
Tilt: UUKKK IXSl'KISKCTKlVH.
A tocctin' of the principal inhabitants, Mos
'ni aiid (Christian, of .lauine., has iust been
p.,.;d at the instance of the French Consul,
to consider how '.he present insurrectionary dif- j
fit uhies may be best remedied.
From the fdlowin resolutions, which were j
unanimously ndojited. tne scope ot the proceed-
m's wni tie seen:
1st. That the inhabitants of Radoviii.i and
Lacca be imiled to'send envoys to Janina, to
discuss the complaints made by tr.eir country
2tl. That the Council ami the French guur
at. tee the safety of tliese envovs.
.".d. That Sulevmen Bev be tlisniissed. or be
requireil to confine him.elf strictly within , the
letter of his duties.
I 1 n m lii.'.nmi.l i.iii t.. I..n..i. f.i.iin. .1.
Ilf mr v ImU iiiotiiiLLiiuii u 1 1 yj iwi.l iui iniuu-
... . 1 ,
..... ij i.n ilrti.ll ..f I .a (.irf I ...1 Ihs nril.
cs of some of the Turkish frontier chiefs have
pi veil a color of justice to the revolt. At the
same time the partial nature uf the outbreak is
shown tr..-m the cirenmstancf, that of a Chris
tian population of 400,000, only rUW) an in
i iiivn-is .1.-1. ..1 ...v . ...... ..1 v o.j
, arms, and tiiese .i.tum are sympatmsers iroii
Greece The Greek poveruinent disclaims en-
! coura lenient of the revolt, but the disclaimer
may be regarded ns due partly to the presence
on the coast of F.ench and English war steam-
n.. . , ,.. r" -
( 1 he Ore. k population ot i.anssa, in i nessti-
lv, is perfectly quiet; and a.l is tranquil! m the
saudjaksof Upjn r Albiuia.
THK AI.I.IKI) V I.FRTS.
tion the Aiil'Io Freie h convoy which accoii'tia-
i nnuiniiTiioiiiu. nut?rs or reortuirv .n mt 11- ,
nied tho Turkish transports with troops ami reached to a eouvit thm that the S.'tiatt.r, (Gen.
Stores into tin: Black Se:i. had not returned, liut j Cass.) was wrong upon the question uf the j.uvv
was hotuly c.iectel. The naval division that j .r id iln"; Territorial inhabitants: yet, sir, I took
had been cruising in the Bhuk Sea had return- ,j,n as a choice uf evils. I say il in no terms
rd to anchorage, and would not set sail until j (,f disrespect. The Senator from Michigan
joined hv the detachment I rum latonm. i no
French steamer M-ador :w a Russian fleet
of six line uf buttle shipS-and several frigates
at anchor nff'CalTa. .
WAIi rKKT.ia.4TI INS. IN F.N'G l..NT.
The preparations fbr war are increasing, in
Euulaiid, but call for no special detail.
The workmen labor in the navy yards nijit
find dav. ami each ship as fitted hastens to join
the rendezvous at Spitlu atl. The crews of the
fleet arc dai'y practiced in gunnery
j neuvers. Ao uav is ajiooiuteu inrine sailing oi
the fleet f. r ihe Baltic. " The Qu en wi!( review
the fleet ere its departure. " In the hind service
; at! is activity:
j Voluntary enlistment keeps the the ranks full,
1 and .'oveinmeiit is, on its part, doing all that
. - . - . I l .. . ,T 17
j can be done for the good of the men. An ex
' tra supply of undcrclotliin;
is provided, rt'o is-
.1' tin? best kind, meuical anil siTlctal at
tent an ce ot tut! o(-S. 1 line na.i i-ici i,i,u si io i i.o
i . .,. . i -l :.,i
thefiehl: spiritual consohnion for diiferent setts
w t.,ovii!..d. ami last, not bat, as an Englishman
! is naught without his beer, a contract ha
... ...... .... 7 -
entered into to supply the camp in Turkey with
the best qi.a'i'y of porter at three pence per
quart half price.
Sencr Atooha'-s instntctior.s from Santa
Anna are said u be t accept the President's
amendments lo the Gaps; EX treaty, with
... .1.... i. ...;.! u
COinlillOU lllill I :e 11.1111 unii.i-i 111- ...-i -
i-. -. a c ;.. 1
Ij 111 CVt Ol.l'l s in 1
i n. in . lnsiead oi ill u nstl
i ... 11' i
iii .ton city. I nit in ten sts 01
.. i.honi soinr ot the money is to iro. will lie
'.'.ouiotetl bv the payment of "the money in Lon
1 t . ... 1- 1 1
don. I h? instructions prooamy go lur.ucr, aim
! authorize Gen. Al.NONTK to accept any
1 tf rills. vhicll tlUiV render the
ralitication ot the
! Treaty certain am! speedy.
' . . ' ' ..
A California J.ore jsh.v
n.v pen were dipped in the dyes of the rainbo.v,
lii i r .1 : t .. n .,......! I mi to
piacKeu irom tne- wing 01 tot .i'i-, n-.i .
r.xpect to paint the burning bitterness ot ihal
flame which thy thrilling eloquence hath .kin
dled. Then soft n unnlight of sentiment soft
i ot consistent y, inv voice is -.is g:i.u- as
the first stirring id an ltuaut s dreams,
ineiooious in mine ears as mu making m n
mule thy steps as' light ns the sylvan f.Ved
zephyr th.'U fanned with the wing uf perfume
tlieeable etiilufpara.li.se. Thy eyes are bril
i:.T..i . ..i..!,... !. ia.wn'K ihv litis nre as
..i.i c ..
t r.wnl,ds moistened with'the d-nvs of
"rr. ,l... .i-fi.lj nr.. n tlrnos of amber
thv teeth nre'like unto sncrw set in a verbena
nd. Oh! swet spirits of cainphor doubh:
listiled escence of hartshorn! Sourkrout u' al!
mv hopes, apple sauce of my thoughts, butter
milk catsup of my fancy, tiger of my innocence,
butter of perfection, logwood of melo'ly ihon
rt t1,n f:.;cr fif mv dreams, the brandy-
smash of mv waking vision, and
C I V..- ,",'!
n,v n.fnlb.etions. Thou art as harm
larniless as a
leopard or a greased strtak
cd to conststency of the milky whey.
. . . " , i .
as innocent as a tiger, hanfsome as n . c.epnai, ,
melotboiis as a lion. Oh! onion (r my soul,
Pickled pumpkin of mv afTeetions, preserved
crali of my ..aide., of Smith's Island, when des-
perate love dwells'
Oh! onion of mv soul,
meiotnoiis as mm. w ,
Thmdcr.Vadeto-Ordcr.-7he Grand R.:-
I'll) JjffUd ( ' I I V ."I w I - - f i '
thunder OI nature s manuuu ture,resoi v
"some domestic production. Pursuant to .his
.' .. ...: :.... K..,.U..1 n,.l,l m,.H-..t. i iiiz-
h:ir.Mtl an ohl musket, muz-
ut'it'i iiniiriiiwu, m:
I -le full, took a pail uf water and lament, pro
cee'detl to the cabbage garden, rained on the
,a- plants copiously fnm his bucket, made the
T) -llltS COTI
-..... I. .. .mi .. " ti.ttl(
i sive action of the thunder mutbine.
who, Udntr informed that th? thunder was tleaih reliance tan be piactd i.pun any compromise
to worms, and IM-Tiig much troubled with their . we may make. 'J hey will assert iliat une cum
welrk in bis gardenfaud despairing too, -if any ; promise is no more sacred iban ntiuthcr, that
itttii.r i nt vtirni? - cm ami it-ti n t etiin ortiiitisc i ' -vi 7 . ... - ,t i .n
ASTOUNDING DEVELOPMENT- LET-
TEliFUOM J ERE. CLEMENS PRES
IDES' I P1ERCE-S OPINION OF .
THE NEBRASKA BILL. -
. We take from the Iluntsville A'Jcncnf "the ;
i following copv of a letter reivn-.y n-niressed
! by ex Seu.orCt.s t, a ..-nth-man .of that
place, staiMi tlie views '.irertainen oy inn. in
relation to the Nebraska Bill, and the .rounds
-j tt o.i which he is oppjsed lVit. Tli ;
fare jtreciicly the xro""''S w'iich f '
T i w.. .ft.,....!,!
iv, :iir p, :,
; eupied on the sabjt.
corning to .ur. ui.kme
HI ll -'11. -f t.T.
j with a Northern Senator and myself, he Pres-
I ... ... i - i , -l i
I'ieut liereej j;ave u as r.n ueciuea opinion
' . . ,. . ..!... - .
,!,.. I , 'j i.tll un j ,i
, . a ........... .. -j ,
: r iv ,.,! -, 1 ,l.t .1 ;r : 1 r.,.-,
nii iinKi inn i inviu1
d t . inale defcnsivgTbhou-h we mi(i!.t'iiTnor,j the whole of-JIdxi-
co, not another s
slave Slate would ever come j
D expressed -reat surprise
it met with from the North,
: inio tne lonion.
at the opposition
.k.i.t .ji.i...t cfiio lh't llirt Sititilli ufimili! hi.
1 willin.Mo take it. I agreed with him fully, and
! could not help recurring to the strata -cm t,y
i which the Greeks effected the destruction of
j Tr.-y." These declarations of President Pierce,
i accordiu-' to Mr.. Ci.K'JKXS, were nor made to
lnm alone, out in the presence and hearing or
himself and "a Northern Senator." We f,r-
bear comment until it shall app-ar whether
President i'ieree admits or deni-js the accuracy
of Mr. Clciuens' stau nicnt.
Wa iiixoton. Feb. 23. 1331.
.Vy c,tr Si-: I have received your letter,
in which von sav that some of tnv frieixls are
. surjiri-ed at the po.sii ion I luive assunied upon
the Nebraska question,
ml oesire to tie made
acoiiaintetl wi.h the
uPviii which my
j cipposiiion was based.
j 1 had determined not to be forced into the
. political arena by anvthinan tin cr; imht
sav, but that rule has nt a; p'ication to the
! niisat tiivheusion of friends. 1 am opposed to
fiii-i,ilir.'lit:ioi, (if t'ritMitiS. I mil l'l,o.-ed to
'.. I ,. 1.1 I . 1
the bill of Mr. Douglas, becaiise it is supported
t .1... ...... 11 ... I .. i II... ......'.. ..1 l
. iipoil toe iliUiivu i;iJit.i'j t.tiii. tin i.;"o.
avU'.v..-1 .'round i.mt the t.eop.e ot a
Territory, while it remains a Territory, may reg-
I , .
.. ... ... I . .......(. t -.. . ... 1 1 ...... j ..1 .uj
; niiin- iiiv jiiMitu .11 oi.ii.i, 1..1 u'i'."
j This; you w iil remember, was the 'doctrine of
i Gen. Cats N icludson letter, which was repndj
? ;.t.d bv the eirtire South in 1.S-1S. The U hi-"s
c-harcd it njion him as a vrievous political of -
j fence, and ttie Democrats,, evading the i"'"'
j i,v placin.' a ttuteren'. construction upon ma
! K;u r. Subsequently, at the .-essio:i of JH-l'J-30,
' when Gen. Cass avowed that the Northern
J construction of his letter was the correct one,
j it was at once disclaimed bv the whole LoJy
i of Soiiiher.i Senators, inelu.liug the present .
...i. .... t ,i l '
,sc n-tarv ot n ar. .1 mt.'e i) n.as. in air.Miu ;
: to the letter, stated that the doubts entertained f
J by the then Senator from Mississippi, (Col. Da- 1
J vis,) ha.l caused nim to be lukewarm in his stip-i-
! port of Gen. Cass. Col. Davis instantly replied:
-I tlonbts. fears ami ai l rebel. sions, which '
knows 1 thought it was a wrong- doctrine, etc
Col. Davis was w
hr: and Col. Kin
irmlv snstaiut t! by dud;
..... .....1 ...... i i t .ir...i il mi
. i i i.,..
he i;ecr did
- ,11 -l.l
ml nevt r couitl. .snbscrd e to the
the doctrine held by (Jen. Cass. There was
no disagreement th.it I ain aware ')ft among us
all hehl that it was a dangerous doctrine,
ami one which as effectually fX'-hidcd us from
the Territories as the Wibnot Proviso itself.
Let me add that such is the opinion now enjer
tain'eil by the President of, the United States
himself. But a few d.ivs since, in conversa-
tion wit .t a .Northern Senator atui myself, no
gave it as his det ided uiuiun, that Douglas
hill was a proposition in favor of tredom
added, that it it should pass, although we might
absorb the w hole of Mexico, not another slave i
State would ever come into the Union H ex- !
pressed ereat surprise at the oti)osition it met I
I willi from I ue North, mid equal surprise
.i.i . .i. ., ...i i l :M:. . . ...1... T n...-.....t
: j )(. jjoni u saoino iej willing to it: tt- n. ji ..;nt'i
with him fitliy, and could not help recurring to
the stratagem by which the Greeks tiFected the
tlesiruction uf Troy.
The only quotation Mr. Calhoun was ever
known to make, was, lii.tfo Dantiox, et c!tim
fcreitle.1," anil it ever there was a time when it
should be repeated as a warning to the South,
it is the present.., A Noiihcrn man, unasked
ainl unsolicited, brings forward a preposition
' professedly for our l ent lit, but in reast, an
! insidious attempt to stt.vl away from us afl the
fruits uf one former trials and struggles.
... ii i-ii . -.i
v,itan-l wnp n nas resisted every
is about to be bestrnved bv the
tlcnce of its dolca lers in a delusive git't. which
only serves to convey the ci.e-niy without the
In LS'.O, tbe doctrine; of the South was "let Mr Fuller's bill, passed by the House yesterday,
us alone." We asked nothing from Congre ss greatly increases the advantages to those in
we wanted nothing the emphatic ban gunge ' j ai SI ;rt.rinde.c d 1 ,y the p'an now- in opera
uf Jud e Buth r was heartily responded t eve-; . , !. . . - ., ,
1 , - ., ; . 1 ,, i. tion; while at ihe same time it cannot fail to
rywhere all we asi is, that von will Keep unr ,
hands ulf. We want no extension. Let us ! prove most beneficial to the Government itse.f.
alone, 'i his is all we ash." j At present the aggregate amount received
I bold to that doctrine yet; and that is the : f()r storJte f ,.,MltjH , U,s,d, Tbv the Govern
substance of my date le.t. r to Mr. Van Buret, ; , fiip )f t,e' " ' of thc;f
abo. :t which so mm h has been said. Iiutwliicn '
no one has vet r.tre.np.tetl lo analyse and refute. ; bonded warehouses-fir short. 1 lie system as
I have other ol jet tiuus to Mr. Douglas'- bill now ia operation, besides failing to pay its own
insuperable ut themselves, it prtv ; exncnses i,as a,lded extensively to the patron
t a ft.reifii . r t.-.o has merely deebired j department of the public
te.l with the right of voting, ami thus places it
bis intention to
1 in the p .w. r uf the f..reign paupers and crir.n.
the foreign paupers and crir.n.
in American ( itizen of his pro) -
! nals to th nrivp
! crty or -drive him from the Territory with his
I do i t t speak fi r anv man s constitu
ents. Th-re may be communities wno wid
sustain their representative in this" great out
rage npon their rights, but if there be I pity
the tleli.sKiu uiitler v. hien in are i.iooio..
The Bill states the
.1.1 dT.lllf U 1 TML lilt I'I III
Tir.,i.,;3.. i.f Is'!! u-.is reliealed by
! mise of 1HA0. Now this is either true or it is
not. If true, where is the necessity ul repeal-
! mg it over again. Jt ts an anomaly a n gis.a-
i i .t. -,.i.. u I i. h o n trend v rt-
,.,, ,e,e. , ,,.e - '"".:.', J."
e siatiite v. iim ii is noin.ij n-1
1ea!e.b U lir.t cml can ne aua.i.
, thai of placing a dangerous weapon ,11
of Northern Agitators, h g.ves the
i portumty to deceive the ignorant an.
,: l... i, in. iriu Soi tli nj i:n
ue aiiiiiiteo, t-Avrpt
inu umiiiiiK -
1 ' f
I ing by representing the So.th as faithb - ss - by -
.ssc-t.ng that we seized the first muuicnt ot
powt-r lu rcpem a suiemti compact, sinu mat no
- - , ,
' - - -.-.-v..
they may and ought to r.q eal the fugitive slave
bid, and thus revived that dang' -rous
l,i . am thus revived that . an.'crous ngitatiun
: which all good men hoped, was ha pity an end.
: I knew the conimon answer to thi yie ' '"e
ohje f, - but it is a false one, .nd if it should
impose upon our people, u '" ' i . ,
North. We are told that Northern men vio.a
. i .. . i- tk-n f. nd we are no
ieu i ue; - iuuini.ii.wv -- t
. . -. t : . ; i n-iiK
i wa& mv .. .
nn.tiii.inn tnai ii euuuiu u
' n"? "ther 'teiritory. The contract was com-
pieie, ami uimiiu neuiier party ju relation to
territory tbre:ifter ; be acquired. So far as
that com promise was concerned we EMjbtf
without any . violation of its provisions, have'
c in i slavery into new territory as hi:h as
lr " i ,
P u? ,U . W
, 1 , . ,". "
r r 'po.-e J a new compromise-that , to run
vifJMie io iiiu i jit . in una inrreiT
i f.xtensioti of the old contract to which the
I could nree, or disa re without any breach of
liiun. i ney rcjecieu u, oiii mis reiusni 10 cn-
t . . -
a ew arranue.ne.ii can .01 jmmhj us
v:il:itinr tnp brst. I mention this, howpver.
- - . - . . ;
. ini-rviv to show view which will le taken ur
. . . - --
- - . v . , , , l t ,
' the suliject rsorth, anJ do not cart toelubora.ta.
r " - -77? m!'; t SlUZTr il-rt
1 iiiiic r-.&iit uidh ji iiiu j.i uiaiiuii i jcu
! in P!nt fi,.et cj!e the legislation
! ot l,y2(), then the insertion of snch a provision
ill tr.e bill was not only
unnecessary but mis-
t.iitvous. If it is not true, then the bill I oujrht
- rot pass because it bears a falsehood tpon lU
Thr- value of any compromise depends upon
its finality. If when one party hnsthe power
it may repeal the part which is distasteful to
them when the other party has the strength
whv may they not also repeal that part which
is d'stigreeal le lo themsehes, tinu thna the
whole compac t will he abrogated, and all hope
of a new one uVstroed by the knowledge that
neither can rely upon the ood faith of the
oilier. I hold it to be a jrooo! rule that - we
oii"ht to lie very careful how we make compacts,
j but once made to abide by them finally, fairly
i and honestly.
I This letter lias been written in LasLe, and
j r.niid constant interruptions, hut I hope I have
furnished yon with sufficient reasons to justify
I tilt course. Of one thinjr I need not assure
! von, ami that is whether rijrht or wron, I am
Si.flniiiir.oil tiv iwiiiji lii't Kim fit mtvivp vPP k" l il rr
, - , - r - - ir- .
, IIIIMIIII'.', ilMOU IIIMII01-, l.lllllll.l- lil.Olll
,., . nrof..sitmMl t'utie' I am at letst
; f f , t-mnuubm whi.-h sfw.fi .-n bf-sPt.
.1. . 1
, ,, a ,,-,., ,.,i rrnr
( IIIV 17VI1.11 lull, M- .V. ..... .--..-. , ' "
1 . . .
i c.,,1, . ,..- nr.r, l,nm n I ..ft nt in.liTf.nif.iit.
j Your frlfMid JERE CLEMENS.
I jt-n D Wis Ja' Iluntsville" Ala.
j " ' '
j Our Prlafitti iviut Spain. The Washin".
! jnn Tuiou set ir.s to consider our relations with
j Spain to be in a critical condition. An edito-
i rial in th:if paper, of yesterday says:
I "The irdi' atious are daily multiplying that
j we are not lon' to enjoy uninterrupted peace
We flared as much when we saw
Pezucla appointed Captain General of Cuba,
under what we. believed nt the the time to be
British dictation. Lord John Russell has since
admitted that the selection of this functionary
was in accordance with the wishes uf the Aber
deen ministry. And f r what did Victoria's
govtrnment desire him? Because of his known
iuveitrrale hostility to the United States and
their institutions, as manifested during his resi
dence at Porto Rico, as Captain General, and
alU-rwards at Madrid."
It then proceeds to declare that, if England
- I I l.- ... ..n.t..u iktc u-mr.
l into i tain t, iiiuin 'in xi in i;iiiii.i iinj iii"
... ., ... , ,.. r r-..
i il iue ffeiiu turn tr-ssci.i to ttttr t,o.ist. ui un
I 1 .. t,. v........ tts.. .ii,t...it!iij ltii-.ru in flia urnnt.
1 I'li'iio niu il . i ii.i ..v .....iv ... v... ...
A . J : ,u :,1C(!.
of the Black Warrior, our duty will be too clear
to admit uf a doubt upon the subject. And in
conclusion it thus aduiunishcS us to prepare to
"It is evidently oar duty to begin to prepare
fur the worst. U e must demonstrate the good
HI I'llti tC IIIC II IKIO WV m IV'i 111 no. I iv-vu , t
I uf every land those enteriaining sentiments
i kindred to our own in an unmistakable man
j iter, that we have not only a g'-d cause, but
t '.... . ... .. - . . ........ I !... ivitti f!n.1.i Klca
lllil.&l V U .1 1 T Si llll'tllC I 111.11 nun .in. o .7.1.0
... , , ... w- ... 1.1
' 111 . S we snail oe aoie 10 inaiuiaoi n. e s.ioton
til. is contract an alliance more formidable to
our enemies ih in any ever contracted between
cro-.vned hea lf r thj suppression of political
Aa important Cuane in tie Governments
Cus'tiins' System. The bill which passed tho
House yesterday to enlarge the bounded ware,
house System, bills fair greatly to increase the
number of iiniiurters of foreign goods, of all
descriptions in the United States, as well as to .
incrcasejicavily, the aggregate amount of their
importations. .The Lte establishment of our
existing bounded warehouse system wns an im
portant step forward in our national race to
commercial supremacy increasing greatly the
number of Aniercan importers by facilitating
importations, and decreasing the cash payments
before sa!e,u!i goods brought hither from abroad.
; service, ami thus inflicted a positive injury on
j the morals oi tne country, wiiicn nave Deen
I more scr;0nsy debauched in the univesral
the morals of tne country,
i scramble for cilice, than from any ether one
cause we know of. The new scheme is. to
abolish the Government establishments of the
! kinJt and to allow any j rivate individuals tlis-
, , , ,. IltlIi riri-1(.r
. . . .
guards ami restrictions, to do so at win.
The buihlings must be in all respects suitable,
nm ,l(ie (.y ;s to ue ; .ie keeping of a cus-
, . , , . . . . f h .
I vate nrnnrietor of the establish meld, who is au-
. i.t...t 11 1,. ..,.!..,
t not it-u Hills lo lit, ill irirvua uii.ni
I ;,, sa'es er,, ,,e duties aie paid, (or three years,
1 'ef,,,,,,,. na t r,re.seiit. The risk trom
! . i wholT that of tbe
, - - ,
owner ui we - i
1 warehousemen, turn, in i nei, aie lue itue.ii $
I features of the position, which the commercial
public owe miuh indeed to Mr. Fuber, of
Maine, the Chairman uf the House Committee
on Commerce. ' Washington Star.
Kale Lyman' . Irixh evidence. Kalo was
brought up befuro the Judge as follows:
'What passed between you and the prisoner?'
saitl tlie; Judge to the witness.
thin, nlase vour worship. I see iiKe