Newspaper of Burlington Free Press, January 26, 1844, Page 2

Newspaper of Burlington Free Press dated January 26, 1844 Page 2
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s it i: I ! w Hoston, January The steamship, mid "was quiet" but thcro and in nil the province litem wero signs of much uneasi ness niul disaffection. Government wnro picpHiiiigthi'iiisrlwsliy raising such military nrrav in they roulJ. Tim country about HniTANf.iA, Caption Hewitt, from Halifax ' Madrid is described as healing tho appear mnl Liverpool, arrived tit Canard's wlmif, nncoofn Vfit c.imp. Somo of the officois nt about a quarter past 4 o'clock yesterday. f, of Nnivacz no accused nf making Sho left Liverpool nt 71 P. M. on tho -lilt ; au a,snnt ,0 ,lr. 0iy1P f one of tlio pa iiift., nnd has had a comparatively smonili xvlilch lt:id nl?''1 ns n rt:ion for Queen and fsvitrahlo passage fur ihe season. Wo chtislina's delay in coming to Paris, "do bolievo thai her corresponding pussago last n,Cs!ic causes wlYidi however wnuld cense to year was oftwenty days. Slits tilings 05 pis-. !tllcrfeip in n few months." This difficulty sengors; and wo havo receivod by her our 0r the journey tlirouh such nn extent of dis lull tiles ot Minion mul biverpoul paparsup to tho day of her sailing. The lending subjects of interest nro the opening of tho French Chambers, and the speech from Louis Phillippc ; the progress nf the proceeding's in Spain tinder the now ministry whioji has not yet freed iiself from the difficulties nniid which it arose, with tho invitation of Christiana, the queen's mother to return to Paris; and a supplementary mail from India. Tha Cotton market at Liverpool for the new year opened in n spirited manner, anil piices of American had advanced fully l-4d. An unusual activi ty prevailed in ihe iimiiifdcturtiig districts. In Ireland, excitement nguiuls the "aims bill" and in f ivor of the Repeal, continued so much after lite old fashion lhat wo find actually nothing of interest to extract fiom tho column! daily published of letters from that island. Thn new jtny lists for the year, front which the penal fur the trial of Q'Con noll and his fellows will bo made up, had l:en completed, and the counsel fur the agi tators appear once more in ahsrp "passage of arms" for tho purpose of obtaining copies nftho list?. It resulted in their obtaining the lists, but not certified by tho rngistras Tho ''resident's Message was published in London en the 2lh nil., and was evident ly an object of interest although received with no favorable criticism. It is not to be won dered at that a people, accustomed to its (sententious "speeches from tha throne" In iff, but crowded with facts and closing with an humble request for the i?quisite sup plies should find fault with so many eol- nfiectcd country would seem to tin a natural cause for her delay. Shu was said to bo confined to her bed in Pntisi, lint to bu con stantly in communication with her friends by moans of despatches which sho dictates. China. Tlio journals of Victoria Hong Kong are to ilia P.2;li of October. 'J'lio sickness in that ilan J had been such as to induce the offi cers of the fiovcrnmciit to remove for a time to Maro. The trade had been oucned with tlie p-irts of IVochow Too, Amoy, Nwgp.' ami Shang Hoe. Messra Cribble, Them and Balfour belli;; amino. 'oil consult to the three latter ports rintwi'listatuliiw t!i previous rmilinenimit of lbs ti.nle to tlio mil it .try n'.alions, it lml been curried on to a crcat extent since tlio miniature of the Ire ity. More llrm a million and a half of dollars' worth nf liuba ami raits produce, exclusive o! opium, were disposed of at l,htlsiiu ami Aninv, anil other linvns nf the east cont Tlienw cotton imported from India to China amounts alone to tnnro tiian the pievums annu e. oriel Ui-itit-h manufactures to China, vvliilt tho opium trad., surpasses calculation Some inconvenience- v,,'.? felt at Canton at firs' in cinsoqiiciico of there lining nn responsible porim", iilj,. iiie IJj.i merchants, to ileal with Kir II. Po!tingr doohiej the answer of the Chincfc Cotntuiasionerr, when applied to on tho subject, as most satisfactory. The payment of their debts by thu Hongs was a more difficult matter ; thoir wish to shirk olT soma of the weight was, no ijntibt the cause of the ibffirukiea experienced. Wo rvg et to nee the death of Mr. Secretary Morrison, at Hung Ionp, an iiiuiv ilea! irghly giltcit, ami timver sally regretted. 1,-wd n ,hrmcle, "ithnlt, Vium WASIBSNUTOIY. Tiirnnuv, Jan. 11. In the Annate, Mr Cho.alo presented a pell, linn from Mrs. Downs, the wife of (ho lor nf thu ill-f.ileil Urampus, s ntmi Iter desti tute rotiihlion, and ashing the aid of Congress. A petition was alo presented Irom tho legal rep rwiilativet of lllonerha'-sct, asking cotnpcnf tion for property of their ancestor destroyed by iinhliaof the V. Slates. Mr Ilreeso submitted a resolution that tho committee m tliejttdii'iary hi iiistrurted to en quire whether any, ami what further legislation i necessary m givo oiiur.t to mo acini re pealing tlio' act lor the collection, safe-keeping and disbursement ol tho public moneys ; laid over. Mr Kin?, prrfai'inj tin mme with remarks upon its iniporliince, viibmitctl a resolution catliti'' on thu Secretary of War to furniili the ciirrespotuleitco of dciioral Worth and others relative to the fortification of the southern coast of Florida, and upon rumicctiu the w.ileist of tho eat anil west side ol tlie territory, anil also relative to thu cotiMrurlion of a rail ruad across the peninsula : adopted Mr Campbell, from ihe Committee on the Dis trict of Columbia, made a report, Ht.itin' tint a memorial from citi.eiis of 1io.kport, askiui; for a revision of tho laws of the district, which had beoo referred to this rnmnnlteo (or examination, cjtiio within the t.'ln rule, and recommended that it be returned to tlio gentleman presenting it. A motion to lay the report and petition on th times bo heart!, in many parts of tho House, out alnmst impossible to roiuprcliL'tiiJ Air. ti- as his ritin i. a tucnnl for it to become confused and tin sy, made so by those who opposo his peculiar opinions nn certain subjects. Ho Plated tho piper assailed the Institution of slavery in the District nf Columbia, which your coriospondon!, among others, presumed to havo been a statement that it tlitl attention to tho abuse of thn franking privilege. Mr derrick s.ial they would. Tho Greatest franking abuse, however, was not among tho members of Congress but among the 10,000 Deputy rostmasters. 1r ll.ivard gave tmtiro of a bill to establish a Naval Instruction .School. Mr iUcDullie'H bill to reestablish tho Com. promio Act was postponed till Thursday, and The (Untie, in Its abusive attack, endeavor the Senate went into I!ecutive Session to fix upon him the ch,ir''i; of bavin;; slated in l. in House, thn other u.iv, a i.ilsehonil, when ho s.n.lthat the letter road by him, on the stump, to Iih ronitituoiils, Irom his fr.eiul Mr t. lay, vvai i.issms .M, Clay, ami containing MJiitiitionts on tlie Etibjoct of (davcry corresponding with his own. The llouso was eiii'.i"od in a debato on the subject of improvements in the Western rivers. Tnunsruv. Jnn. IS. In llin Ilot'sn. vesterdav. nflor llio clno nf in v Ipt- tor, lliidcli'itiion the nn visntion nf t tic Wtslcrn Wri ters ncctinictl thow io ei nv. Mr IIordBn of mm. m.ilrt n virv iilitifimia nnrl ovrolli.ttt kiinnol. in ill r. umuing3 oosireu 10 mooi uus cnarrie aim me nppropnations lur tlie purpose, nnil ilisi vowed any repel it, but Loco I'licoism must lie sustained unwillingness to ttnkc similar nppropr'ntiims for s n- at tlio c.penso of private character and roputa- " "j'-i ii ni no union, no snppor- .: .1 r i.:- I. ..I i I " 11 niii.i ui uuiiuius". iu iii.iiu ni- mm, iiiuruiuru iiim llimilll ,,x i.iu-uu. ,lnn. r. mi....f l....... .... ..l ...' I Mr. Oithhmrs, however, stands too lush in L,i rrm .t-nor. ,i' m:,,i,. -i,,i i ..ii ..t.r.- ..e .1.- ii. .i. .- . . . . . .' inur.ii uAtoiiuni'ij nir uiu mi.ihh in uiu uiuuu i ineir views corrcsponaca Willi ins. tie inouctiT, noW' ever to reach him. Thn (ilobe's assertions, ever, that tlio West bad not been allswed their pro i.miIi tl.i. r.i..t,.Fo...nni.i nr tl.n n.iilrr. llnm...MPi porli'in of lite nohronrii tions for such numnse. i t.i f .i... - ..i.i ..... 1 iur oarnaru to ouco and. as lie never tnnkrs n nr j.'jcii riiciiHi, ii mo tu i urv, wuuiii inn ..,u .. t . , e ulniiit. Ivitli nn linnnpfiitln Minn. Itiiliificnil in nnll. I '. ..... t . . ' .. . . L . ; ' nn quaiuy. ue expressed inniscii apprclicnsive 01 a tics, against tho bare denial of Mr (ilddltlKs. desi-'n. on the nart of omo irtntlemcn. tn rut ilimn. selves loose irom oilier similar npproprintions, sivc Monday, Jan. Iu. oniy mose nir too vrst. no was wrung to vole, Tltr. Twr.NTT-Fir.ST Hum:. In a former iucr?y; or ""tern iinprovemciits-lirit eentlemen l.,, t ,.., , i ,i, ,., niiisiniH nn h: hi cm incm noriit irom Kini rcu nicr lotter, I expressed the bono hat the gag was L, Horefetred to the rematkiof Holmes. ofSmith oosiiiicii io a spceuy repeal uui, irom present carolin-i, ami eotnplctclv riddled hisarmunent. Ken indication, I am not 60 sure that I mav not have nedyol Indiana, also came in for his sharo of casiiiia been a fal.-e prophet. Tho supporters of tiro un, lor ins iiimctoi and iinijenerous remarks, l'oor ag are tlomg a they can, auU making tlio ",,T , i-.i-. ' .In.nnmn -ii J.. . i. I could not forbear sliowimr it. He tnailo luinsclf per- .., tons ...1 111 111 I IH. flUM tllOII. I . ... .1 . .. ' . . ... ' .. ...U u. j'iimi, ii ii.. j . r r"' oiosi ncs icraiu exertions, to prevent mo resctn- f,i rt,ri 1,., lncln i,ia , , ,i.i'm. ding of tho rule and tlio Speaker aids them llnrriard that his constituents' would rido him on a finnrcr. Tlio election of President at Vice 1'iesidcnts of tlio National Assembly of Oierce shows the happy unanimity which pre vails if that be dy. Nutarns, a man of no party, icwired Iruin age, and from having presided mer several assetnbhix, in Prcudent. 'I'he V.ce Presidents are Mavrocnrdato, Coletti, Mctaxas and 1indes all four ministers: the three firpl considered to bo representatives of the th'ce tiartie". IhiL'lish. French and Ilussia. Tlie limns uf wordi as iho mtsssjo contained, ! ruins of the lielgian chambers lnva been fol- with so litllo of ofTicial significance. Tlie ! !oved in lho6 hili dolvn fr ,l'e Assembly. papers principally complain that there is no Uu-tom and STr.otr.i.. IVn no- action reciTinmerided in thn matter of State ticc several of tlie New Vork p ipers continusllv indohtediifss, that the right of this country I fK,,'m' 'baMhe Mcamors ..f tl.o Hritish am! I Isorth American .Mail Ciunpanr are about to tu tlio Oregon country is assumed, nnd lhat Change their port from JliMon in' New York-- althouih th under the pruvious question, tin mam qucstioti was taken on tlie adoption of tho roport of the committee which was carrietl, 1 IS) to lit). Mr Illicit then spoke at length tut thosubicct of abolition petitions and tin; lilst rule, lie was followed by Mr I!ullacl;.or I'.i., who was cut short in tlie middle of a sen'cnt'o by tiio ovpira tionofthe morning hour, and the subject was laid over till tlie not day. The Ilou' Cjinmittee of the Whole, then resumed the debute upon the navigation of the Western waters Mr IJatbbun, of New York, ppnk;ng at length on tlie subject of the inter nal improvements ol that State, On motion of Mr J. It. Ingerol!, tho use of tho Mall was granted to the (.uloiuzatio'i t-iocic ty fur Tucsdiy evening, and there being no quo. rum present, the llouso adjourned. PntDAV, Jan. 12. Tlio Senate did nrl sit In th" llnUK", Mr I'hmnix submitted the fol lo-ving resolution, which lies over one day, tin der tlie rule : JUsohat, That tlie Secretary nf State bo directed to report to tins Mouse any information that tiny have beon received at tlie Department of iVtale in relation to the prosecution of tlie contraband opium trad'j on the const of China by vessnN under the American liar;: also, if such trade lias been participated in, or cnunte nanced by, anv of the consular or other agents of the United Sia'es And further, to communicate to this Iloti'o if such instructions havo been ghen to llie minister, consular, or other agents of tlio Uni ted State, as will be ca'ctilated to aid the au thorities of that country in supprc-ing a traffic bo juj'.lv obnorioui to tlie isiunesc imvcru- mint establish a therein, even to the gross violation of fairness tail, if he ever conic into his part of the counlrv, ami anil cntirle-.y Sinro tho noble, sensible and manly speech ot Air t.lingiiian, of ISorth Carolina, not a sin S;lo Wliig, oithor Noi thorn or Southern, has ben permitted to speak. Tho floor has been delusively assigned to Southern Loco Focos and thev havo exhaiu-ted the whole week, during which not one word has been permitted in opposition to the rule. Tho Southern Locos his chums, and of tho charges that Ii ivu I AMELIA NORM AN. been preferred against him. Ho was nnrly ThN voting woman has been on tria!t referred to thu Cunimitleu of Niivnl Affairs, before thn New Yorl: Court of Sessions, tho composed or gentlemen us Itttlo liable to bo past week, for nn nss iult on Henry S. Bat iin'uclod by political or personal prejudices, lard, with intent to kill, hv stabbing him with as any in tlie benate. 1 hey addressed to a dirk knife, on tho stoop of tho Astor Mr. Ilenshaw n tlesiro to have from him a defence, if hn had any to niiikc, to tlio char ges against him and it is understood tir-t In: availed himself of this courteous olTur lo de- fund himself. What his defence was, has House. It seems tint ,'io camu lo New- York sotiio two veins since, nn innocent, unless, hut respecliihlu girl. Site fell in compmy with IJ.illard, who won her afflic tions, nnd under u promise of inarriago he- ihrow him into a puddle. Itarnaril, however, did not scni very apprehensive of any such result and told lvenneny mil tic nad no tears, il lie entered that pen- llcinan'n district, in a temperate nnd peaceable manner that ho should meet willi any such treatment, Pnocr.sDiNos or the llousr.. this Monstvo. Af ter the rinding of the journal, .Mr. Irvine, of IVnnyl vania, asked tlio tic nf tho Hall for ihe ColonUaiion Society. Ulack, ol Oenriiia, objected. A motion was mailo to suspend iho rules for tiio purpose, which af ter some nmo nad necn vnicd in an attempt to ad not transpiied bul that it was not strong trayed nnd ruined her. Ho has supported enough to satisfy tho Senate, is most evident and kept her along in tlie mean time, under Irom Ins rejection. Without entertaining pretenco of ultimately marrying her; but the smallest deposition to exult over his tl is- finally cast her off pennyless, without a shcl- grace, I will not lorbear tho remark, that no tor, and told her "sho must get her living man moro richly deserved it than ho lias. 9 other prostitutes did." This was too llo lias Had, nt length, meted out to linn, much for human n.iliiro to boar. Arming somo or that bitter cup, of which he lias so herself with a dirl; knife, sho posted herself ottcn causcu oincis io pariane. u is, n on t tlio door or thu Astor House, and watching no other account, to he approved of, as an ,or opportunity, buiied lier wcanon in tho act of signal nnd merited retributive justice, )Q50m of lier betrayer, following it up with Who lias rorgotton tho mandatory and un- a second nnd a third stroke when sho was courteous dismissals so often visited, in tlio arrested and secured. Dullard recovered. reign of terror, upon the unfortunate holders however, and Amelia was held to trial for of office under Mr. Collector Iluushaw, or attempt lo kill. with how little feeling rVicir heads wero cut t-Thu trial was brought lo a close on Friday oh", whoso only offence was, that they pre- evening- nnd wo learn fiom the New York siimnd to think differently from the despotic papers that " the whole day had been occu Collector. Wc need not go hack, however, pi,;d by iho counsel in summing up. Tho lo those days lor grounds ot rejection. It is Recorder mado his charge to tlio jury at notorious that Hhnsiiaw was thn main about nine o'clock a fair charge, thousrli spring of ono of tho most corrupt and profil- uiili a leaning against the prisoner on tho gate set or conspirators that ever leagued together, for the division of ill-gotten plun are making tho greatest exertions to whin back jonrn, nnd for a call nf the House, both unsuccessful, ntii i ,n trnep-j t m r rvurtimrn lirni ii-nn wii n wa r.irt i'U. an i iea e crantcd. have kicked out of them, upon this subject After some little discu'sion, of nn iimntcresline i ,i , .;. 1 ., . . character, the llouso rceoiisulerei n resolution p.ied and there is some disposition, on their part, to i ,i. : ..t,:.,f..-..,: i .!. . yield, or at least to seize upon the first nppor- office Department, as to the number of free nnd drop- inriny inui prohouiH iu mi uic sutijcri oo iiiriiMipcu iriiers. aside and Ihu, in fact, the 21st rule will re- Jlr Thonnson. of Kentucky, asked leave to ofTer n mam in lull torce. Ily this niaiucuvrc, they hope to avoid an open rupture with their South. em allies while thev will have all due credit for their secmim zeal for the right of petition, and wiiito tlie tag will bo no nearer bcinc re scituied than before. Meanwhile, the Speaker Ruemi determined that, until thu previous ques tion lias lienn moved and sustained, not another Vv'liig Filial I be allowed to speak iu opposition to the rule. A d"iicra!o attempt has boon commenced, by the houtlinrn Locos, to broi.k down, if posn blc, anil iloMroy the gallant Chngman, for his peceh in opposition to the gag rule. All their speakers1 are cuntantly misrepresenting him and Ins views. They hold him up as recreant to the South, and to Southern interests. Tho real truth of the cae is, that tlio true policy of resolution relative to nn invention for sunken vessels. bul il wa not oranted. I he nhjert ot the ilst rule then came up in order. Mr Cobb, of Georgia, closed hi snrccli in support nf toe rule, lie was tounweil ny .Mr llnrion,n! niirown Slnle, who I now making an excellent Speech upon me 1113111 01 1 eiiuun, us 1 ciosc my icucr. FRIDAY MORNING, JAN. 25, 1811. ler. With Ranloul, Daniel D. Drodliead, Green fc Co., ho suld himself lo the trait or, John Tyler, whom ho humbugged into tho belief that he, Ilenshaw, could udd technical grounds of law. Ho instructed tho jury not to regirtl what tho counsel for the defence had said to them in palliation of the prisoner s oflenrc not lo consider any of the allegations made icspccling tlie conduct of Mr. B.ilbtrd because it had been his something to strengthen Ihe weakness of Ins duty to rule out all the evidence offered on Accidency, nnd, in pay for this service, these points; hut of course he could not which it was supposed ho could tender, lie uiiiko tho jury forget all llieso lliinis. Ho received tho appointment as Secretary of instructed them that if they believed thn act the Navy. Ono of thu first of the results of to h ive been done under sudden and strong ibis most nefarious conspiracy, was tho re- excileiueiil, they might ucquit ; as this moval 01 Lovcn.oit Litxcoi.v, anil the a p. pointment of Uonr.nT RantoUI,, Jr., who has yet to come before thu Senate, to share the sanio f.ito with his master. Nor has Ilenshaw been content with applying the tlo away thu averment of intent to maim. I he turv look Into at tins would Kill or word, and in ten minutes came back with a verdict of not : which was received by tho nuditois with hearty cheers and ex- 0 annexation of Texas is not I The report is itbou' any or the leat fnuiul.i. I .Mr .T,,mcso!i introduced a bill to ..cnmni.Mided Texas is timlv invited to I u"" "c 'mo ''"'' ""l"'''' ' l"e lrTr permanent prospective pre-emption annex Iitnrlf lo this country. TUG LFPTER. Wo bespeak tho particular attention of every reader to the very able letlor of Mr. the South, and o'f Southern men, is to follow the Rives, on our fust page, assigning the rea c.vainple and take tho advice of Mr Chngman. sons that impel him regarding the presi- i.n t.nA r.. ti. ...ti. 1 " "" ou"'"' donl .il nnnstinn .1 nnrrmve. down to two i quarter, Parliament was to meet on the first of February. The veiicrjhlo Loid Lyntdach died at ids residence, in London on the lSth tilt. There was a very destructive fire et Liv erpool on the 28th ult., by which Messrs. Branckei's Sugar Rrfmoiy and neighboring buildings were destroyed. Lord Grey had been so unwell that for tlio last week or two daily bulletins of his condition had been publishtd. At tho latest dates n favorable termination of his illnrjs was looked for with some confidence, nllho' the advancsd age nf Ins lordship, who will ho eighty ytais old in March next, render him les able to contend with it. Fiiancb. Tho French Chambers werti openetl on thu 27th ult. For several days before, a large number of tho deputies had 1 enn in Paris, and there had been much speculation and negotiation with regard to the organization of the lower chamber by the choico of its l'tesidents. M. JJitpin, a form er president, and .1. Sauzct were the lead ing candidates of the Conservatives and ihe friends of thn administration. Il was said that the King was in favor of M. Dnpin, but that M. Guizot advocated the claims of M. To tlio nomination of M. Dupin tlio Moderates (if we may so call the "left centre,") cave their adhesion, and iho ladi culs, thus finding themselves in small force, dropped M. Odillon Barrot, their regular candidate, and tlie opposition of iho extreme left and the extreme right (tho radicals and tho legitimists) was united ii! favor of M. Lamartine. M. Sanzet was, however, final ly agreed upon as lbs Conservative candi date, anil M. Lamartine continuing absent, the left fell back upon M. O. Darrot. On the first ballot, the latter gentleman had 91 votes, (the whole number being J2G,) which shows the strength of iho radical opposition, aided by tlie friends ofM. Thiers; M. Du pin had Cj voles partly Conservatives, paitly Lihcials, and M. Sauzet bad 157, which whs not u majority. On tlio next ballot ho had 170 votes nut of 807, and was declared elected. The French papers givo an account of a ludicrous scene when he took the chair. M. Lafitte.lhe senior mem ber, in resigning il, made a speech marked ly radical which was visited with constant interruptions, and M. Sauzet, after tmhra r.iu him, a ceremony which was received with much laughter, mado a speech asstrong- ly Conservative, which was ctpiiilly inter rupled, in th difficulty that tlio usual vote of thanks to M. Lafi'.te was ennied, iinsminnfif r.riiiMfitti'A npn.tnnl inn rit'ctfsm Iti nuu are autniiriM'U 10 give the mist nr .,, ,..,!,., tl,n i,..!.hr. Ijm.I. It i,,M I um riifiirriiil. positive contradiction to the f-talement, chingo whatever ii con'otnpl.ited : the will continue, as lureloiore, to make Halifax and Il isiiiti their ports on the bide, and e rrn,,.' Have no ilnutit but lhat the Mine triumphant success will attend their futiitc doings as we have alreadv seen iu their past acccomulub-j meets. Wilmtr 4J- ,Vni';.Vs Times. ' j HrxGiAN' Mis.MoMinir." fob the AMEi:rc.. j S-cii religious of thu coagruraiion of the Sis tors of Nutro Dame, and two Rev. Jesuits, em-1 barked at Autnvrp on MoiuUv f, on board tho Helgitn brig ludofatigibln for Valparaiso and (I.illao Journal de Uruvclles. Seven religious women of tho OinqrogatUiu of the Sister of Nutro Dime lelt Ntnius for Antwerp on the U7th ; they will there cinbnrk for America. Tlie establishment which those zealous mis sionaries are about to found will have its sat at Wallamntte, a little colony compo-cd nf Cana dians and C.ithulic Indian?', in tlie service of thn Hudson's lliy ('nnipany. U'alUmette and Cowlitz, at a little distance from each other, rsckonvd a Catholic, population of 900 souls in S'S0. These two little colonics arn situated 22 leagues Irom Tort Vancouver, 1773 from Mon treal, and ." from tho Pacific. 'Abe same ves nd takes' on board tlio Ilev. Father de Smet and hisruiiipanious, and among them, Fateer Verc- reuys.ot the Cnllego of l'eace, whmo mission is lo the Flathead?. Tho Fathcr.1 take with them all the instruments of labor, tho implements of many trades, a water mill ready to set up, and a vast quantity of household matters. The voyage is si.v months and the length 0000 lca"Ut-, or almost iwo-uurua ot tnc instance round 1I10 word, Ami i liclif.n. IiUs.iiA and CincAssu Accoutils from the CircusHian coast of Ihe Ulack Sea, mention that the I' havo suxtained a severe defeat io the 1) igh'vtau, 1.11c of the Caspian dependencies ol the Caiic.i-us. A whole Ilui-sian d viMiri, with so.'iio rousidcrable corps of the Ouards, were aHartcd and put to rout by a piny of mountaineers, commanded by the well known mountain I'rincc. Ilauiil I!ey. It is said that six nfliceri. of tlie Hussian Guards togetle r with ten other officer ami several hundred men, were loft rfeid en tlio hold of Initio. Knrouraged by this success, tho I,?i.ghis iuunediatuly attacked several foils, two of which they took by storm. The !. ty which fell into the Imnds of the I.'sgliis consisted, for the most part, of supplies of ammunition and arms which had boon collec ted iu lbs forts. It is believed that the Russi. mis will now bo obliged lo relinquish in some decree their system ofobservation and intercep tion, and to tend a considerable army into tho Caucasus for too repression of the insurrection ary tr.uef, Atlgincutc S.tunr.g. lb LLANO. Death of Kina Witliam Fred- nick the Third, The ex. King nf Holland, Count of Nassau, died suddenly, at IJerlin, at half past right o'clock iu tho morning of the 12th ult. lie had been engaged in business that very mortunL', ami was found by Ids tamp sitting in his own chair, struck by a fit of apoplexy, and apparently dead. All tno attempts which were immediately mule to recover bis Majesty proved frui'.lesn. The deceased I'rincc uas born in tin voar 177, and was therefore at tlie lime of his death in the 71st year of his SC. lie married, 111 1791. tho daughter of Frederick William II. of Prussia; and his ol. dest son i.t the present King of Holland, who uas born in IO'J. In his tavor the late King a'rjicated, wueti lie resolved to contract a inor ess D'Oultrc I morn, a jioigian unii a uatnoiic, wnn stircecds to one-hall in- immense lortuue of It.MHXyJtH). sterling. I I.n present King married 111 ISlli, to the daughter ol the Imiperor 1'aul of Russia by whom lie has tour children. IlrronTro Intention of Qltem Victoria

to vu it (irr.MA-.v. l teiina lier. fj. It ci.nfiilcntly affirmed that it is the intention of , Queen Victoria to visit the hanks of tho Rhine ' neit Spring, ami ll.t eho w ill remain i-nmo lime 111 tint neigiiooriiooi'i. Arcnrdimr to some ac ll'illlllf. Ut M.IWlfi!l. 11111 f'lt.-il Mil linr rna..lni..n hold long dUniSMons on the final act of Olo- 1 uK, ',,0e of lirnhi, whilst others Hate that ss'ipn'a oRiv'ul career, but wiilimil lesiilt, nnd- 'bo I'aljro of iJtul'.Eeiifels wtV he prepaicd fur 1 no nave tne opportu state lint a nuinor. Mr Sudell introdurrtd " A bill to exempt from cotton imported inlo the United States I oxa,-. " Mr 1 ibbatts, in pursuance of notici hereto- fore "iven, introduced a bill for tlie abolisliuien of imprisonment for debt within Ihe district of Columbia,; which was referred to the Committee on tho District of Columbia. Mr Tili'iaUs, on leave, introduced a bill fur ther to extend the timo for loratiii'' military hind n arrant?, aa l returning surveys thereon, tn tha general land offi-'e. Head twice and re furred. Mr Pratt eavo notice that ho would, on to morrow, or sum1? future day, introduce a bill lo os'abhsh a branch mint in the city ot lew York. Alo. a bill to alter iho present natura bzation laws, for iudues of county and district courts to L'rant certificates of neutrah zition, after filling a copy with tlie clerks of the cotintv. ' Mr'McKay, from the Committee of Ways an ! Means, reported a bill to supply ailclicicucy in the aniirouriation for the fiscal vear oudiii" the 3U;h June. 1311, for the relief and protec- Hon of American seamen. The bill, after some discussion, in Committee of the V hole, was ordered to he engrossed. Read the third Hum and pissed. Tho next business was the roport of tlie Solcct Committee on Ruloa ; and Mr Ihdlack, who had the Hour, concluded his lemarks com incnccd yesterday. Mr Iblscr then took the flior. and male n short speech in favor of retainin? tlie '-'1st rule and showui" that the rinht of petition, as claimed by tlie abolitionists, did not exist, and was - .. ,, .t r r . 1. - r. not con'.cmumcu uv tne iramers 01 uic con stitution. Tlio tnorniii" hour having expired before Sir Beler concluded. Iho suhiect went over. 1 ho resolution for the reference ot llio I'ros idout's Message was then taken up in Commit te of the Whole, and was discussed by Mensr I'l'den. Hunt of Now tori:, and tiiddini's; allor which the Committee rose, and reported proven. J tic llouso llisn adjourncu. led, expressing the slrongast confidence ' a,,Ji!!l0l, wi,e" ""-.solved to con 1 " b . ganatic marriage with the Connies lie government nnd Us acts. It was with moot, a Rolgian nnd a Catholic, w Sr. IX. In Spain the ministry nf Gonza lez IJrivo, of hose appointment we receiv ed intelligence by way of New Vork some da) s since, .still remain in power, although its tenure has seemed from day to day very itmcciue. Tho Coites had ronlinued to in tho meantime I o had rscaprd to I'ortug.d. ! ,,?,r rcf";i":al'.' ,. ,,, . . ., h iittv of knimiog Iho facts, I lie -Ministry it was said, at tlie latest dales ouk a-snmblago of cnmiioi from Madrid (the l2.")tli ult.) had dcti'liuined to piorogiiii the Curtis. They had i.ot dune so although wo find tho fact announced in Wilhlier fy Smith's Times hut woro wait- Saturday, Jan. 13. House of RrrnrsrNTATiVEs. There has been no business of interest transacted by this most august assemblage during its sessiun to dav. Resolutions, and some few reports from Committees, have been presented. The reso lutions were mostly calls upon the several Executive Departments, and the bills generally of a private character. Thu most important bill was one regulating the nrxATio.N or .masthi: and slave, bv Mr. Wilkins from the Committee oil the Judiciary. It changes tho present relation of rms'er and slave m the District ot Loiumoia, as the existing laws permit tho arrest and im nrisonment of troo colored person, on suspicion of being slaves, and su hold them for this crime until they can prove themselves to bo otherwise. If they tail to produce tho necetsary evidence through the means of legal free papers, on the claimant of their owner, they are sold into slavery to pay all magistrate, and jail charge. Tlie bill propoi-es tint tho onus of proof shall be changed from the poor necro to thn individ ual arresting, he beinj; obliged ml lo show that the colored person is a slaie, b;foro ho can bo imprisoned. The report on tho Rules was discussed by Mr Bo'fpr of Alabama, ami Mr U'ack of lleor. gia, who had tho floor when llio ttiorninj; hour expired, The Prcside'tit'n Message came up iu Com mittec of tho Whole, and the reference of that portion relating to tho VvT.STC.RN tt'ATr.ns, was discussed by that very interesting and clo quont debater, from the flourishing State of .Missouri, tho lion. ev-Spealicr ol tlie Missouri House of Representatives, John Jameson Perhaps tho most interesting procedure tn lay, was tho refusal of the House to permit Mr Nothing can he than lo persist in thus trampling upon tho ri'dits of every freeman, whether of the North or ol the booth. iV'tluug gives to the abolition cause more impetus than tho continuance of the gag ami, consequently, the course of Clin''- man is the one of true policy for Southern men. iMHwitnstanilinir tins, tho Southern Iicos are exceedingly bitter against tins gallant North i.irolinian. ami arc determined to break mm own, if it bo a possible llunir. With this view, the have put lorward a fellow by the name of liidlaclt, just thu creature to bo their readv tool, who Favs that ho has always voted for tlio rule while the South were united anion" themselves but now they are no longer m, he shall not vote for its continuance. This Iho advocates of the pounce upon and turn round to Clinjinnn, nnd taunt tiltn witli having caused all ibis. Now, tho truth is, there wore nnnv in the last Congress, from tho South, who voted airamst tho rule as 111 tho present In the dou.ato in the Unui.e, on batuul.iy, Reiser, of Alabama, complained bittcrlv of the resolutions from tho Massachusetts Legislature, asking to have the lais of representation made so a to delude siaves in making the estimate. Ho vociferated, and cried aloud, against tho course ol our " renowned l.ommonwe.allli, which ho said would wrap this Union in blood, am! convert it into one great Oulgothn, &c. Sow, without referring to the violation of the Constitution, tlio outrages upon tbc 'rimipro. mises of the Ciinttitutioii," about which we hear so much, is imprisoning, for nmitlier ofTuice than Ihu color ol their skin, free citizens ol Massachusetts, which gave nre to the.-e reso lutions from our State, is not Al.ibami the last State in the Union from which such remarks should proceed J Iu that State, the considera tion of the black population, iu arranging sena torial and Representative districts, is nowhere permitted by tlio Constitution of that State and Mr Reiser himself came tn Congress by a law districting the State, excluding the consid eration of slaves. Thus, Alabama recognises in own Constitution, and by her laws, the same principle as that for which the Massachu- setts resolutions contend. Aitoint.MF.nts By the official publications, it will bn seen that the appointment of George W. Cordon, our former Postmaster, as Consul to Rio Janeiro, in place of G, W, Slocum, has b?cn confirmed by the Senate and, also, that of Thomas O. Larkin, as Consul at .Monterey, in Calilorma. In a former letter, I expressed the opinion that the appointment of John C. Spencer to the Supreme Uench of the U. S. would be confirmed. Subsequent information has induced 1110 to change that opinion entirely. I have no doubt, now, that lie win bo rejected ny a very derided vote of the Senate. I havo, also, little or no doubt that both Ilenshaw and Porter will also he rejected, the correspondent of the Boston Courier to the contrary nothwilhstanding. bow-string in Ids own department of govern-1 pressions of concurrence. Tlio prisoner mcnt. Not only did such corrupt and hide. fonsihlo appointments as that of Seth J. Thomas, of Chailcston, result immediately from the coalition, but, throughout every department, and morn especially in the Post umce wepariment, have lieeii traced tnc fainted, nnd Mr. Graham, her counsel, had to undergo 11 trial of hand slinking as severe, though not so protracted, as that which dis turbed tho equanimity of L if.iyette when ho was in New York." This unfortunate fe male! found fiicuds in lier misfortune and candidates to go for Mr. Clay in prefer unco 10 Mr. Van (luren. Thu views ho ex-, instances, have men been rejected at his so- presscs are those entertained by a largo mini- 1 licilation, where the change has not been de marks of his polluting fingers. In repented destitution and the public sympathies were trongly enlistee in lier favor. She was attended in Court bv a Mrs. Hopper, a sirrd by a single man in the tmcn ! Where Lories, tho bov doctor of tho Cliele.i IIos- pi'ul, Riodhcad, and peihaps two other would sign papers,stating that such it change would bo acceptablu to the people of the her of Mr. Van Huron's former supporters, and wo shall shortly have other similar dis- J closures " for the public eye." Read, and pass it around. Mr. Calhoun has prepared a manifesto, with diawing himself from tho presidential contest, but declaring uncompromising oppo sition to the restoration of Van Bureit. Sooth Carolina chooses her electors by the legisla ture, atlcr all (bo other Slates, and whoever needs her vote to defeat Van, will Imvu It. It is reported that Mr. Van Huron has al ready addressed a letter to his confidential , by Mr. Ilenshaw." friends at Washington, authorising tin; nith-1 Washington, Jan. IS. In thu Shnati:, drawal of his name. This is what we h ivo ( yesterday, the Lxeculivo session occupied most to fear. Though it makes liltlo ilifier- iho day. Isvac IIii.i.'s- appointment, as Quaker ladv of somo distinction in New York, and hv Mrs. D. L. Child, n literarv I uly of much eminence, bolli conspicuous for a chivalric humanity, and whoso pres ence in Court not without n profound town to which remonstrances, signed, in effect upon tlio jury. Two other respectable some instances, bv men ol all panics, have civen iho lio the changes havo been litadi ..1.1.1. i. . . un uie u.ick 01 somo 01 llieso papeis, 111 tho Post Office Department, appear those ominous memoranda, " jVo particular re.a son assigned Jor tnis change, rceommcmt.j ance; for, Mr. Van Huron out of llio way, Clay is sum of New Yoik and an election, any way they can fiv it. chief of tho Bureau nf Provisions nnd Clothing for llio Navy, was 1 ejected by thu Senate the principal grounds being, I un derstand, his unfitness for the station. Poor Isaac is now so wholly without fiiends, that it quilo disarms one. mid forbids any rejoic ing over his filion state. I presume the POST OFFICE REFORM. Mr. Mi:iiiiiciv has a hill beforo tho Senate which meets our views, verv nearly. It charges 5 cents under 100 miles for single Senate had good grounds for not confirming letters, and 10 cents as thu highest rate. Newspapers to be sent free within the coun- liim and, therefore, havo 110 doubt thev were light in rejecting hint but, although tv in which they aro published, and out of . "0 one lias done more than Uillto tiring clown tiie county a half cent, and over 100 miles upon himself this slate of things, nnd al- nd oilier printed , though he is but undei going a merited retti- 0110 cent. Pamphlets and other pn matter two and a half cents per ounce. Franking abolished excepting to tho Presi dent, and heads of Departments, and mem bers of Congress. This is what wo have always contended for in reference! to news- n, I 1 1- papers. 1 Hero never was a snauow 01 jus bution, I cannot but find il iu my heart to pity the fellow. No action has as yet been had at least no definite action upon the nomination of Mr., tint last of the Cabinet unacted upon, or upon John C. Spt.nci:u's nomination tn tho Judgeship. tico in taxing a seven by nine country sheet " is most inuuy mat uoiu win uo tejecieu. for half a dozen miles conveyance the same j Tho President will not, in all probability, price lhat a double New World, weighing 1 appoint any ono to take tlio place of Mr. two pounds perhaps, pavs fur tlnco bundled ' "enshnw, until the Senate acts, def.nitoly, miles transportation. It mav bo doubtful I "P Messrs. Porter and Spencer. Should transportation whether the fivo and ten cent postago will raise tho renuisito amount of revenue ; hut tho former ho rejected, and tho latter con firmed, there will, in that case, be three va- Tucsday, Jan. 10. flic House of Representatives was engaged. at an early hour in its daj's session, iu tho re coption ot reports from thu Standing Commit- tes, the rules having icon suspended lor mat purpose. Numerous private claims woro re ported upon as also wero oills 01 general im norlancc. Annual appropriation unis wero reporieu from tho Committee of Ways and Means, for the relief of Revolutionary Pensioners : fur tho Naval Service ; and ajso for Fortifications which were laid on tlio table to be primed, and referred to the Committee of tho Whole. A bill was reported from tho Committee on Public Lands, repealing iho act distributing Ihe proceeds of the sales of the public lands. Laid on the table, to take its place in the calendar of proceedings. A joint resolution was reported from ihe Committee 011 Post Offices and Post Roads, directing the Postmaster General to contract with railroad companies for the transportation of thu mail without advertising, as now required by law. Calls for reports from Committees concluded, and a motion of Mr Thoniassno, of yesterday, to instruct the Committee cd Y ays and .Means to report a sum sufficient lo remote the obstruc tions in tho Mississippi liver, in tho annual I... .!. .,,nrt,nni Im Cried noil tvn chilli CinCIOS In tllO UlUIIICt. AS tlHS StlltO Ol then know. Even to defray ihe whole ex- I'dng "ill be likely to alTect, materially, Ins nensc of the Department for ono vear from . "urso in tho selection of a new Cabinet, it the treasury, would bo a lislit affair, com- ! ' flt probable that any thing will, at nared with" somo experiments that have re-! present, be done, towaids filling tlio vacnn- rentk. henn made unon tho neonlo of this cy. Meanwhile, the business will lie trans nation. The franking of the Departments' cled by John D. Siiiuns, Chief Clerk in and of Congress ought to bo paid (or out of, that H...arln.o..t. i no i.oohoi.i.o.i o. ivu., the treasury; bul if this feature cannot bo!t"l fur tho Cullectorship, it is whispered , I nlioiit. has ol leneth been sent to tho Senate. now secureo, wo nopo our rciHcsuiii.nm-s 1 will support the bill as it is, and let us havo ladies were present, to givo lier countenance and support. The New York Express, in its remarks on the rcMilt of the trial, says : " It is tho difficult and painful task of tho Pres, if it makes any remarks upon such a e-ic. ta tlii-, ...'ss tii.3 ,r,,rltiil Willi thesu verdicts against law. seemingly justi fied, however, upon thu doubtful defence of insanity. To allow people to take tho re- Iress of their wrongs into their own hands, nd lo tiso knives and d iggers in redressing them, is to unhinge all society. Society, how over, in such c,ie? as llieso. as in tho casu of lleberton, sho its eyes, and closes it! ears, and listening only to the impulses ot Iho limn t, excuses fit .si, nnd afterwards justifies thu guilty. And what a lesson does this wliolu c iso teach to men trendin" tho lanseions pathways of illicit crime! What a loss of character is here ! What peril of life! How meagre tho pleasure thus cosily purchased, and how terrific the punishment !" Thu Tiibune contains thu following reflec tions upon justice as melcd out by men ! Happy it is that there exists an cquitablo ind just God, who will overrule the wrong domes nf this world. " A hard case. A woman, wdio in a fit of piirenzy, stabs tho man who has ruined her by tho basest treachery, must answer for it lo thu law, though hers is only nn attempt ; but for tho man, whoso long caicer of perfi dy and brutal lusl has effected her ruin, and whoso cowardly selfishness has several timet placed hcrlifo in extreme jeop irdy, tlio lavr has no penally! Such is now the law of New York ! Such is Human Justice !" ing until they nuthoril mothi had rociived the necess3iv nod heads will meet on tho hanli of the Rhine, probably at C'obleutz. tiiUbian Journal. Queen Victoria has had n billiard table con-s!ru- ted out .f wood raved from the wreck of llio Royal (Jcorue, tuuk in l'iS'-l. I'he early walk of iho Queen, and Iho shoot. il v to collect the laies. The Queen ' A'r V(h'f" on ' 'l',"0'1' "111' f,s vr,Vd h'1v,n. ,!"',c'' wl.en Plat'-i ... , , .. ! by a vis.t fro.-n seven Oibaway Indians, four Nov.-Vork returni r, il will Ho f ecu, l.nd been siimmonej tlje :,n,l ihrco women, ono of whom (the chief) the Coounistro cm tho Di from runs and iiii ri'turiird a iHVo.-aldo nn- i .nWri'fW! tier inajerty, ami nitcrwariM ponorni. IU was reporteil mco o .t , . r i ! I d otio oi i. tir ilmraelciriflic diners. Thaiuct. in" sea's near bun at swrr. Spm in lUtc cf much conf,.- . lt.,c,,rMcl) Gcort,0 ;.,,,, wai hlt j,, ,',,, w simi iiud uleiust ui r.t'il.y. uartiuiiK it win j inurprcUr. l Ciddings of Ohio, to defend buii-olf from the appropriation bill was taken up. L'rosa abu5o ol tho tilobe. I he article is con tained in the said paper of Friday evening. It was attempted tu sot aj'de tho rules fur thu purpose, hut Iho Ooniocratic Houo of Repre fonta'ivcs refused; therefore, it may be, here after, iindersto'id, that the organ of tint party in thin city is privileged to defainu llio reputation ot any metnner 01 mo iiouscni opposnu politi cal suntiiiKMit". and Iiud protoi.tieu bvthatbodv. Tho occasion of the malicious attack upon him tircw out of thu remarks ho was reported the contents of tho returned to tho llouso hv DUtrirt of Columbia. incorrectly, as gentleman hav- at tho linn; ICK'.ify ; and I put Jancinse also, it is with an tiperimeat. ;iat d'fficiilty that a member can at ordinary Mr Bowlic, of Mo, took tho floor, and addres. sod tho llouso on Iho subject, and was followed by .air .otewart, of Pennsylvania. Sr.NATr. The Senate has had no matter nf importance befoto it this morning private land claims in the South and West occupying mostly ito attention. Wednesday, Jan. 17. In Senate, various petitions wore presented j among which was ono by Mr Morchead, from numerous citizens of Cincinnati for a reduction nf postage. Mr M. inquired of tho chairman of tho post ofilro committee tho reason of their delay in reporting a hill upon the subject. Mr Merrick (chairman) rcp'icd that the com m't'eo had b'sn engaged upon tho subject and tumid lnvo ready their lull in ad.ay ur to. Mr King hoped tlie rnniinitli- would ;ivcj HENSIIAW AND HILL REJECTED. Washington, January 15. Tho Senalo havo had a long Executive Session to ilet, noil iho result of their delibera tions has been, tho rejection of David Ilenshaw's appointment as Secretary of the Navy, by a very decisive vote. How largo tho voto was, is not asccitainablu, as the in junction of secrecy has not been removed. It is currently wluspereu nuoui, uiai u was very nearly, il not quite, unanimous. Our neighbor of tho Hoston Courier, who, dating his letters from Washington, nnd signing tlimn Pcquod, although shrewdly suspected of never having been any nearer Washing- ion than, the editor's sanctum, and who very sapienlly took upon himself to say Da vid would have every vote, is now nt liberty to guess again ! Tho rejection of Mr. Ilen shaw has beer, received, hero, with iho very general satisfaction of all parties and will, I (uivo no doubt, bu approved, wherever tho causes that have moved iho Senate so to do, aro known. excepting, of course, who belong to his clan, or who aro paid for llmir support. He has been rejected, nfter There can bo no doubt that ho will bo re jeeted, by a largo vote. Tho Committee on Commerce, 1 presume, have him in charge. Cor. Atlas. Hr.iECTios or Jin. Pomxn. We published ves Icrday a statement lhat the mitninatipn of .Mr. Pun Ten would be rcjecied nn Friday. Wo now learn, I through a ccnltcinan who left Wnnliinctuii on Milut- i .iu innrniriiT. inai mat nnui iniuni ii-in-iru m tha r.xiciuive session of Friday. This information is in "advance of iho in lil," but it rel on llio best au ihority. Hoston Jlaitij of Tutsday. OUT DOOR. Tho Lake is now handsomely fro7.en over, Several persons camu over on skates, tho ' dav beforo yesterday, and it will doubtless - - ho safu for teams by Monday. The snow slicks by, like a fast fiicnd, and , tint weather is regular old fashioned, TG. I r?...l ........I diiI u'.in.i rinmc nrr, Jllll' Mil UUUU 11 UUV .1111. 11.,,,, 1UUMIJ ."J ". predated. Tho Madisotiian (Pi esident Tyler's Or- nmA makes l ho to owing relerenco lo com ing events and predicts tlio fate of Martin Vun Huron. Tub ItAtTtMOnn Wmo Convention. Wo see by ihe llahiinore Patriot that the banner and two duim KuislieJ uc coons, arrive. I in lhat city yesterday, and were escorted to iho Head Quarters, the Show, next jear, as wo havo always said, willexiccd that of thno lpli and f" wl" mnJ0,"'' ""icy 1,10 sa," man io ijjumu e. ICJThe N. V. Sun states lhat M, Wise his been ;.ta niiniii.r tn Rio eta Jnneiro. in rlaco of Mr. n long, imparli"! and maturo deliberation of ( ptoffit, ami tht ho wll t' confirm.!. 0?" The Pittsburgh Whig places tho iiamo of Tnuni.ow Wuhd at tho head of its columns, as a candidate fiir Governor of 8m of Nc York. ere wo entitled to a voto in tlio Empire State, wo should loso no timo in seconding that nomination. Juncin Wii.i.i is, having withdrawn his name, tho Third Party, at their late meeting at Rochester, nominated William R. Simp- Ten, of Windham County, as their candidate for Governor. Tho other nominations wero tho same as I ist vear. RATHER SIGNIFICANT. Wo copy the following fro in the last Mad Wu would c.i II iho lenticular at tention of the Collector and Post Muster to tlio last paragraph. "It is truo a eood many Whiffs were lemored j and il is true lhat the Win.' p.atly had, previously, in a fit of passion, embractd every means in its power io crush the I'ronlent. It'o s were dealt on both ridra, and bulb, il may be, siillHred llio consequences usually ntlriulias a furio is contli. t. Wo will nt dwell upon the eaii'es of the war, nur step in fit tlio bl.imo upon any one. All men nro impeifect, and it fiequently occurs dial all parlies to a fray .arc more or Irss i tho wroiur. l!ut llial n ileeiJed Inutility existed, no one will deny. And lhat the President was justifiable in appointing men In office who professed nn intention to sustain his A lininistritwn. or lift it to be infected ihey would do i, we havn ll'u'j precedents in abun dance to sustain Ins position, ll must be confessed that many of ihe"ifloui champions of Mr. Van liurcn" wero appointed to office. Hut it must not I e asserted that they will ha bis "jealous cliamninns" hereafter. Those whose lips have not I ehed their hearts, hnvn united with Iho " Ouard," and bcconio iho champions of on hoptsi Chief Magis rate. "Whit's in a Nmb!" Ajchap in Iowa, by the name of Now, recently got married and being somewhat nf a facetious turn of mind, named his first horn "Somclhine," which of course was Something New. lli second was christened "Nolhinp," il bring Nothing New.

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