Newspaper of Burlington Free Press, March 12, 1847, Page 2

Newspaper of Burlington Free Press dated March 12, 1847 Page 2
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'BURLINGTON F11E.R PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1847. when the rntthnr ot t'-IH Mr-liV-mr-ii- war pre -table, tlit oo-iIiJemiiTl h Ivipt-r J th- Picifrnt, tonus Intnj tliis House, ns If frc-k Irum the l!..culivc g.Hc, mid Civrs vuice tow. aiit-"liig a dechtiiitlon 1 Tho tills ft lunesnnd'cil.-ma c ol wnr ' lie his ml le,rlf them! They tales lit only tn -leliifht fi'ly nml wink o'.d wVitni-n tell ill 'in not to liim ! Thotlcvn-te.Unte-eian, who, a ih' associate ol the lYe-ndi'iit, kae nn ear for Fiii li fables ! Hron.nin!tiil'i. P.iit-.. tllitiYli.v. Wntsnn. Himer. find nho-t oi other galliot oil'icers, hate been mi Jilt-illy t-triekvn ilotvn Ironi lile i their I'ountiv weem for them, timetiil lut-ccs-ions thread the sliects. nml cit- lc art' wrnpotl in mourning: hut hi- lins heard ol no misfortune or calamity ! Thousands mc'lUrping nil til tin- ln-u truiim slinrt waken thi'liii upon the banks of the ill-titcd (tin Ginnde that Hivrrtf di-nili ! Thcywcrethe pride ufthcii country, ami lilt- beloved i.f their friends ; but disiiise nml the sword war b-vc f Hewed their bones on iliotant finds ami strange lit I'M run rctl Willi thfir blooJ ! Hut lie 1ms hcaid of lionitauiity I Hearts ure breaking Ml over the htul for fatheis. b-t'tlicrs, li:n!ruh!.- tiuJ mi, nevermore to return. Til .1 1.. III.. I... l-.t ..t'..,i...'".lllll.'' Voiinileets, who in the full tuition of life, h-allli, nml hop;, went t-t the Pic-idiot's call, are now in t-rowds ictuining, li.c shadowy reiiH-.niit.soi what they wcie! Wounded, wv-te.1, nut von, Ihev to.nc Inch from thithiiiloipcsiireuceatid win, tnding out n nd-emMe eti-.nmre. nn.l me wilc-ine of n ni'l'lil i... .. i mil ih,, !'. mntliii oiutiilx. "We have ne.-i,l if v loi.ior.ii'ie- or e.ll unities 1" do, tell Tout tales to itcltglu oil woman i your government .!,....,,, i.,.nr i Kir tiiii,) I t.i'i. , nfi'i,, most heartless war'ni"" that ever s-ct llieii li .en lit-i It upon hunm, lite, tt tin -verc is -m.li.-al oftlieirs.,utdioi.sn " ,vc"" . no iNiit-licorii tor tin- h.tto-t, tint even they. ' over tl-eirlieldst.l battle alter n u.toiy, would elicd tenr.-t the rialits L-lore them. l',t as Hid- come tle--.ii upon the s. eiiiHt.f Palo Alto, oi Iti'.siea de la Jlllnn...n.l i.r Miiillrlpl'. nil! Jl' nil" of OUT WolUlll - . s .. : n.'. ,: i, With that right tlnll man .y more 1 ".titer milting at the o'oor , With the guiul wrong "hall fill Many others. gront nml iunll, Tint lor ages lona luiiehi-hl us Tor their preys Moh of tliougiit, ami iiieiiol action, Cllar Tiir. w.tv! Delinvnrp. Tlic Ciinditloti of Mexico. : nn nltat-k finm CJen tlrrei. TIih odi -er l un l-rlnotl l'fnm tlr Ibto:i Jn-irnat of Mnrcli lt!i. tolieon tin-sale oriheiiiountiiitis. r.t tliehcnil oi i,imi X'nr Ciillslons on tli WorccMer fail ronu. . i , , ImniM t II ,Iiii. it I'l ........... l.n Diirnviiil 1,1 I n, i Tliroui-li n circtntniw clmnnoi tto wtr ; v , - - - , .',.,.. ca,v , ,,,,. . ... ,,., rnit. nl.lV pltccil in pToec'mn "I tr corn nni ,...., ..rA. (ii i,,,.,. i, ,i, -oTiiiinnJ nt i ,.,r.i,..'nr,.rn'i, i.r',i... rllti,ntrlreum. ili'tui- firm Anion Uzirduanil inper Ironi cr:t Jtnni.urn", wh-ri nn In linn-i leuitiftit Isfttllov-il. umivg" " O-Tlio liill for tin? L'radiial ttlolitirn of Slavery in Detuwarf, wliicli p:ticil tlio IIohpc of lteprofentatites ii few wct'ltJ ngo by ti vole 12 to S was indefinitely po-tponod in the brninte. A tnntitmtn reconsider was laid on tlio t.illo liy i amply ropiy icritsil. fr,,.. In tint 1 vl if 1 ulipift ri. i llf lollOWinT lei , O.lei'olltlinilV tiriille-hiit ln'm i lelneheil fionl It to tc tor from olio' wlio-o fuvnr mr rondor linvo lute Cnpt. l,,we .in (-i,,ni-iml ol l-'.i-t ""'W;'-. A learned lovalne ari.tit, tire-enN in it f"-! . ' ' Vri i t Ii t "t J F tl! iI1." V mlk " T 1 rTa n 1 !l -a --U-r-form the t-ps-t picture of the internal ronditioit of , nmmmm rr "J, lhe .V..,,, f Mnta. Mexico wo have Vet peen. Tlunili it" Mot Hioni'", inensenf nn aitnek. llelinil Riit to l'liint Is than tuir former nccniilils tlio writer's inlimato M lor several pieces of nr.lii.vi-c for tin? (It-fence ol iic.p.aililat.co will, Mexican nll'.ilr-, and liN e.x- th- city, and Cnpt. McDn..Enll copnny 'or In. inua , , . , . . . i,., in volunti'i'i-1 atl bee n ronterted into n corptu artillery, eellent jiidj-meiU impart perm met t inteie . J j n ! -.uitionc.l in the i'hja nil hi- eommnniettiot". Tho followms , The l'liayuni-doe-nut deem the danger threaten- not in foiinil an rrentii)ii to thin rule, "tut in ' Mntninnms erv inniineiit. . .' . . . e. i.j l!ni. u ir. .i.:. i, .1... ltn -ailMiiciory in in i" n. i, ii ii-ii tin-hi, iu-II,-.- M'l, APi-ny'it nelfi.-.!f tr.tln. tvMeh hid been de lave i, cull' l-i collni'i.i with -i gravel train, yesterday nl't -rnoiu, nhoiit tlree nulos lins side of Worcester. To tfiiv.-l trnin w.v bickin up to Worce-tcr slottly, nn J n -hort ourtv in the roid irevcnted the i-njjlneer fimn P.-eiu- th- Ailiiuy train, until too lite to avoid the collision. Tlieeimiiieerou the gravel train revel- i-il his engine, when within nhiut two hundred yalds ofthe Allnny train, nml ualleJ to the persona who were on the trniu, (some thiity in hiunber.) to jump oil', which they iiit,nnd ("en,eil tiitiietit injury, 'i'betwo trnins e.iiu in conl let, ilisiiblini; ll nuinc ntlnlie.l to the Albany train, hut loitinatcly without iii.,iiiiii;rnny per il vote of 1 to 4. .So tl.c matter is put to rcsl earn lr.Mii It bat in our own .1, uieo,, ate . .. - T, , -. iru.( M , . off t() for this session. We riimil.l litiC to sec tho o show the ili-(iioaui.atiim. Ilie tusiriss.ti.o ... diys b-fore, lua.KI entirely with sit.r-bo-,t, ward lloion,(tlie en-iue,nsbeforestiit -d.h ninf-lr.-u 1 i .1 u , .,,,1 irtl 1 ""I fim.ii"; i:ont ni.-H'ii? ui mi-.tii", w..... Miiu-ii are io oe I'uipioyi'u in i,nnsii iii-' . 1 leveise.i,) ati'i ran seven uni--, ir,ii nn jtcrsiu tin i.ic iliCM ol the senate anu icaru , , , , . n i:, I hml th-stores nn I Irooiw Ini-n l.-.l I'nr l!i snind nttirk ,, i rnninsi ou siniiiio.nmlsiooiic.l lu-nr the T! S Kntiulriin oti' Anton I.twtrilo, ) up n Vera Cru. (Sen. Woilliliiilnot lelt on III-ISJlh. thirty. Ilfih mile ikii Til- I o'clneU train lioni llotmi, " I.' .l.rn in- If! 17 "." ' w""' ' "''e lin whole eoniiiiiml on slnp-lioar.i ne- w !n.-ti wiisemuini upnt iisiiu il speed, iibout .)J nines . . , ,, .i,.-...,-, , .,,,' I ire lent in -, '1 lie troops woiibl be con.Tiu.aie.i in in- pr Imur, rt m eo.iticl witii tins linin. (Jitiuj to the ftVl'!M Tlio nctys from tlio vanon pari' j.e ofl.i'w. asrapi lly ns p,.s-i!,le. It was not sup- mteitenium ol n curve, the enjim'tr ol lhe lloti of .Mnvie.t foe tho Inst I'lflcf-n (U's lnH bl-iHI ol . ihh- I th - arinv foul I move final l.o'jos before tile IStll imi th I not oeieeive the i? nv -I t-ai i inlilbe was wilh- inucli interest, as showiii'r th- prohihlo suhtcr- o M uch. .,,.. i "h i it on h i id e I leet. II i.u ne.li it dy rev used siimnf the nro-pnl (Snvenimeilt of M".icn. the I J.-'ltemlnve h-ci re-uv.- I al t le ir I'-pvlm-H hi. e i o i, -in I s 1.11 'W.i it e.i ',i I tii. s,i'el ol th sum 01 lie prt . eni mi iniiit ' .,, ....... , fioin ,M vrlJ -neral .S.-oti.ns I il-a-. the 111!) 1'Vh m i.un llolh I'.e en -in.-i were.lisihled by the '...Ills- . V,, ! 1 1 .'. ' I'iioi.f r'i"ttie li.azo.. tie w.is m.kin-; ev 'iy a,ia.i - 1,1 1. hut lure ajii.l.th.-reH js.loitu.iat ly lu p.rsoiti.i . . t .iiiiti. .... i 1 to 11, ii in. i"w 1 .- - in-lit ..-it'.o'.ve in - iroo pt 10 lii 1 1 111 1 01 it , no, ji names of the memli their political com) le.ion. Ititil Itoa.l Commtiiiicntioii. To th; U.litor ofthe Tiee Trcs.. -1. f ii atl.i tjj iii5 coumrv ouswer-.! oy 1,1c t linlio-jj. iirocitiiuiinj Fii)-,,'- ' ',,'t. .1... (.,,,, it, it of Hie uiul lliir fon.l..v itiii " " Sir, I ohflerve in the Mont.ent Tian-cnpt of the 3Ji!i tilt., an .-.rliele 0:1 th-"I,.K.H 0:1 of the Uj lens- Imi- r tl.iit !!or,.l " 'Pile ivriter OI'iMiOSeS Illilise's l'oillt on l.ikc Chainnlain as the iilosttioilhirn liohil of the the (leneral or the State Governments to liii-u J conirnry to lusefp-entio 1, the tut tinny' t" ?vlil;li O 1 heiri-13 of th; ncciilenls, the E'lperiulendert nt . ' ., . , , , r inonrifh- nit-of t ho I'Xtr.iordlti.irv ev!i -ill irs , 111 1 uee.i e.Mi -e.l al iew (I ean, nni i;,n oun-is i ,, reenter .11 ne nlely .lc"..ile.ie.i a 1.111110 tte-i- lou-i t.ieiiei-by,lraw-bn.Ueaciosillie o ,t,et of the . 11 ' ;) " 1 " f '. , I which lulbeen des.uteh.-.l fio.uth- 1.0 t!i -in poit., 1 ,r-. w.t', , Irr. to d'tiin all the l.nins th -ie, uti.i 1ike, to AlUuj-li, ntiil along tlic cast snoic to .11- """i' -; , I uti-i'a diet 1- ' 110 et arrivi',1. 1 ue orJ.i:ince,loo, luu net yjt , sm I ili-m 11,1 o 1 th- fj mt.i t aelt, winch In I He mi re bud point, tailed the point ofthe Ton-rue; tin nee "'V.' "" '" ""o"'-- - 1 1 s pi 1 -e w , i '.-iinai.o 1. i..,.7.,.....i... i 1... v..Mi,u.. .I,e,el,f.l,,,tf. 'or-lup. . .. (.m h-,.itl,aln,.t leee.vcJ any c.-y rrr;nt d,3 J'i 1 epromulyalion nl lliconiinauce loriuccoi.- pjicn-suoni 1. -u. 1 ayior. ...i..,c.,:. 1 via to trie tnrmy W'i.io-vi,ir .iis.v.'ji me i.i..i tte bemliu with S'l. t nt,-. cum I -u.Uenly madf fst'ierlen, witli cm-, k.- iuiioned by ncnldiim ttais, with beans bnik, ,1, mlH'uom ceshed, an.l ln'S ru ined, and who-..' hoin -i me lu'ed Willi liioiiniuiii, lunii-utatiens am! w-o, our i-ounii s-ud-i oniy the in milting exclainnioii.lii it it .t.n Ami,.' ' eamimttt . Sir, I have lieanl 111 this hail 111 iny uionsiuiiis .lei--1-rtuions, but suielv it. t-'lri,-s unci 111:14 10 0,lt' rival baibartly. I st-.ml ben- to denounce it as nn voithy the n-jein whi'liwelhe, and fit only to Ik lone ton Kovcrniut'iilupon whoFt-sinidard is wutlcu " Cn-jutst, Ihic3C,uii! t;rjil rue our suin -irvcc Jrc00, uui,i.N(sto;. vt. FRIDAY MOHNING, MAI-CII 12 ltlT h-cilion of Hie recie-'ui- onu p'acos been ie-.i.-ted " I.i the eai-.k asu Tr.ovni.r.t. MSItT THAT t CrO.t VS, THERE IS MJ STAR Al'.OVK THE HOItlZOS TO GIVE I'SA clisam or LIMItr, LSCl:rTIB TJtr IMTELLIrtEST, rAT310TIC Wltlli l AUTV OF Till. Uxited States." IXiwl Webster. hnd!feucio--!the CS.U to South llelo Island ; iS'thence loth.- Sand 11 ir, where njiolljii I0113 bridge would be re'iuired making the wholnly. 'in of bridges, in-oily lie; miles. ' ' I mil not piepnc.Uv--ae thod It Is the opinion of many tint the above tlt-fcrib.d mute is 1 it t -rly ini- piarticable ; but, liarinr- some local knowledge ol the uoitlieiu hoiitier of Vciuiont 1111J New Yoik, as well aioftlie a Ijoiniii" irontier of Canada, permit me to f. i -est, fo.' the couii leir.t.o:) of ill- pu'j'i', a route fiom lluilmston to O4 k-n-Vjurd, co.uhinins luoie aJta-.ua-;i9 thin any that his yet been proposed, if u'l.lcit-iken in couaeition with the contemplated Itail Itoad lioni B-irlin -loa to .Montreal, the line of which the Vermont Genual K-iilmid Company, liate already surveyed, by St Al'.ruu an.l S.vmu-i, to the 1'imincc Line near l'liiiipsb irij'.i. Now, I propos that ibis line of road should be continueJ from the l'roviucc Line in a north v.esleriy direction, six miles to the Noilhern ejtiemity of lhe MissUknui Day ; nnd thence due west nine miles to lhe Kivir Kiohelieu, at or near the place known as Vaud'-'s Terry or Ash Maud, j-ist live mi riicrnt this place snfi'lv 1!. r.n nt nnv 1.1 i. ,,ro,,.,.t 1 ,- ,i. i.!o.i I-!,. .ii.,i,. loans or cnntrilititiiint for tho more pressinc exi aboteit-ihe channel dso bein- narrow, an.l only "eii's of the troops will have the same i-sue twelve feel deep at low water, and about seventeen at hii-h water md the whole breadth ofthe liver be less than half a mile. I'rotn the wet bank of the liver Ilichelten, the toute could be continued p uii.l,' mr so. 11- f ne plot, an I was nja,ly ready u e . 1 . 1 1 , H i.i 11 , us w.ise.i writ-not ill use -. 1 1 1 I 1 1 t 1 t ie j nub t k. ! nlo .it it 1 v 1 "i I -1 It ,sto-i at .i o clo. 1; e-lbo p, I . p hi ny i'i -i nl. I ..V! .-k Lti't i'i 'r ii 1 a 1 1 i'i 'S. 11 11. id w us ti.ppetl 1 1 the ii.it. 1 null n ui 1 .e 1 a t..ve 'i h - cats .it the 1 1 w -re ll . ll I to I.i Wotcesler rem ie I 10 U e-t-,u,u'.u!ieit- they t ioIv Ih te nu t 1 a a. a V-or 11 14 In or.lu f. 1111. 1 .-onliu- uc to 1 t iw.lr.l W.itc- t -. it s -e.,15 tint t.l e.l 'l:ie r tia-.il property has in j Aee.ium Uive li-eu reeeive.l tint tn- ue.-.i -hi hv nrt11.1l i.ulhre.iUs. iT.. J',''. ',r'.'. 1 ' V. '..VV.i ifiil every where received with domoiHlrations of t.i j pe.j i.i ul L,'ej:cai.it ltit:.i.e, ot ti i.i.'i.it v. hovililv 'which 11 ive t-ieati d tlm jxre.ilesl alarm. , - Htmi.i Al it). Hi J Vice President ii'ipi-niit tu have displayed iie follnwin h S tap. Arn's nd lrt-S3 to h'n nr.ay. 1 1 jreat rncr-fj- nml activity, not only in ivpre"ili"; 1 re.erre 1 t i i 1 tli . t -le i.-i,. 1.0 repott.; I ie in-oiuer-iii Iiieeipllti, inn ill com Tnu-; y;,. Geiiri.i'-iii-C'rtfhl lhe Aunu of Cpcratuns oj , f, ,M ..,,;, , ,., ... w-. , reeeuv I m.leis to traorilin irv powers on the vaiious military i.o.- thiiuil.i t AntMiJi,ulrii r.iislu-, jtiek-.i'.l the p.-e.lo. bis tuun when 1 ear eruiir- for"tlu- s i-na purpose. 'J'he rlerjiy have roi-riviinni-inriiis' T i-onenth.-isof ih cn-ny I M.:ci-i,..i.ii-n.i--..-ie:i- of wl.ieli the tiani cmnei i ,-los -d the e itheilr.il.; is.'nc.l their solemn protc-t. I ,, .,'1 u we "h" ,11 ,u ,le p " 'piutViy u;n . !.. 1 ' ,'"'" '' ul an I lin illy lefu-etl to.leliter up the luopilty of u.",i,,l w.: j; , to .-x-ct-it. Tn i 1 1 -.;n ih-n.'e .1,1 , ,.. . ;' '; r!o,,,,r ,,,.,,.,, Mr. the ehureli. The tit ite.- oi .MeMt-o. l'ltebla and Im.uir aaa the a -sti ly ot ie 11:1110:1 uepeiui m riu.t, 11 11, m who w.ib .lool.m-don lhe mnj, wasso 111 mi 01 jo. r ii.-i'i'ioi.. till ... ' L-i liy i iJ ireJ lint lieilu-.t aUcii mi.luiit, .Mr. l'..i-,- holJicis! tWntni-woilJ observe... nU of .Meth,', -.,.,:,. ,,l .be pis-.eneis, wasmewbnt in-p-ct our acts to be 11-. hemic as tliej; are n,-.t. r .- , . ., .. ., 1 ,,, .1,,. TtTWAV, 2 March. V.'c (rive the proceedinrs of Tuesday as Riii'tt by the coiiespondent of the New York i-'imiuerciil Advertiser Ta-rf-niti re.,11111 -In :sion, lat nii-ht, till ner twoo'clocki eiyised upon the three million bill. The dtbate was tninest nnd In'.eresliiig, and broudt out f ouie reinniknblc us-rtio,i9 of Inet. Air. J. M.CIiytot nllule I ye.terJay, in histpecch, to bis coali Jcnt belicl tint Mr. Calhoun had some pri vate inlormaiion 011 thissiib.ectof the orient of the war Willi Mexico, which would eo to show that its real purpose bad never been avowed by the Executive nd otheis who made it. 'i'lie idta thrown out by Mr. Cliylon was tliat.if Mr. Cnllioun chose to openhij mouth, anJ reveal the secrets ol the i-xecutite, he co il I tll a tile ol proatja-y anJ wickedneii which wool I stattle the whole' country. lint Mr. Cillionii.tlijii'li exeec litmlv attentive to whit .Mr.Chytonsii.l, opened not Ins tips. "u I.at nidi Mr Webster, in his speech, nlludins to the s inn- matter,"ai.l tllat.il lit- was nut very much in error, so.nelhi.i;rwoiil.l,cie bins, became known, tint would exhibit, 111 n very strong point of view, the real character ol the origin ol tins business. Mr. Calhoun is not, probably, forbidden to reveal this a wlul secret. Hut bemayleel.ns one othitfriendi siid th-oth-r diy, s i.u! d-,i.n- n'ujt ilum-lter. A "enilemmi reiuaik.il to Mr. Calhoun, yesterd-y, niter Mr. Clattous ipeetli, llnthe w.is sorry one mire sveieln I not bee.i turned upon him Mr. Web ster, indeed, gives us a hope that the secret will come up, lull it will be loo late tor any inliucnceon the mea. noes now in contemplation. Mr. ebster urged th i l t vt.r.i.it ..t.l ..,i, IihImii. 1-:. ooititnsa r, .'ison wtiv the Senate rhoud now oause lei- nml Wil ; l.'ol',- ii-,. nil Iim'Io l,,iri,r.,l instead ol HIVU12 the I'.M'Cutitt.-the meansofcarrjini; ilI , an.l U l.i.iiu Kei.; , arc . I lj.it.ly bnrne.l im, vlt f, invulvl3 the country nlw In the 1 1 m i -.I'-'J, and a,. -,.i;vo.-cJ to ui mortally i-tdous quesiion k.-ow mg out oi the acquisition of '.v niideil. ti-riitory. Ahiiiliam I,. KiiicltPrhorlier, hndlv injured ; lint another hid')' important dcvelopement look Jihu I,.iw!v, liullv hrui'rdinlho le-r's nml low- l'uci" hfl mdt, showmir the exta-ine depth of th , ,ii ,,i'il., 1 .. I.. iiij . !-?i, i., dan-jers 1111.1 which weaie. p ungmg. r. Uixa aim ir put til llis body. His ca-e is ahoiit l.opc- ,. .y ..lf!,.s n . , f, ,rylnte c.1i.n-.to ,CJ- the iif eit ol the ilnee million lull. Air. Uix wasun- .Mielinul Sleiirn U i.Kan K.'ttn'-iK-, John deist. . ml to utter 11 suit 01 uiiuufi-sto.on the part ot the Ciawfml, Tiui't'jn-. White, Charles l'nrt, and n..n-sl ivhoi linif States.ngiinst the exteusionof slave- liei 11 0 .Millineb h, iff a-;i buly bi r.nd, nnd ' ; ,,ew y1WJ "rriiory, iiin-ira. , 1,,.. V, 1 1 t'Oi liaiUtoiipe.llien.,,Aw.ijliiiveprolujrdhttleef. inure . r less h..u.t.y I ijnrc.1. , .c, ,, iptll) , . blU ... U x aU'JllvowtJ lh; p0. An st id the abuvo are Lo)s cr younj; men, lieyoi ih.- lion tl ivebol.linu States to be the ncqmi- From the Trey Dally l'o-t Ultra, of March 1. AWrill. CATASTliOI'IIDI ! -.,f-ti- nl il- IT. N. Arxnvtl nt West VVoy. r."un Mm llitlh turned, and three if fen Morliiily Wimiididl t 'I'hi. i.iiirnin.f about ten o'clock, an explo sion tool; place in 0110 ol the htiildinos at the Arsctnl, In tho room ilovctvl to tho'inniinfic turn nf the, YVfi Inc'i 'uses for tho Uomb Shell, which ilostrovetl all the l'ue coiiiposition, blew out the window.., and injured more or loss, near ly all the workmen r-nga-rcii in tint il jiHrimoni. It is Piippo-ed to h ivu been caused by a liny sleipin.' upon some of the romposition wliicli lay upon the brick flour of thu room, with 11 boot which contained iron tacks In tho heel. This ij-nltoiJ and exploded all tho composition in th riioiii.'iuioitntitiL'to la or I 1 pcuutl-. Tho (explosion c iti-eil a loud report, ilania-ed tho b.nbliiii iin l set it t-u lire. Theic wete iibout twelve or fifteen persons In tho room, l.luvcn of them aro severely injured nml llitve, ll .siipp.i-.iMi. cannol survive. M. M. M.irllet was blown tliriui'-'i 11 window h 'fori! which ho was at work, mi l t ley were nil seen riiiiuin-j in varum, directions, with their el'ithiiij: lorn olVoroti lire, uinl the llosh and hiir id's imo of them s-verely burned. The fill,, win' is :i list oflliu persons injured : witlutil f.imilic.. Oueretaro Inve nr.ived lit it tin? I iw min'it he n po lied. The t'liurc'li parly press, in various 1 1 1 ce., openly e.muciU rebellion uouiii-t ('oni"Z I'.iriasaii.l the C n-jress. Il" t ti y till itr vvas w.uil i tijx to conipli tj tho f lilure ofthe tn: isure. it h is ht.-ti found in the decided refu-al of capitalists tn advance lornjy on the scrip. It is now per fectly plain tint the st'hein? will ullord 110 tin medi'ato relief, and that the treasury will prnb.i .-of 1nv.1111.ns1. nn kit iss.uro.imi us, r, oo .-i -" '- boat train In I b.s le- b.oken. T,.e engine and two the neiiect shown towards u, lor more In " ' byt.iosew':ios.iJ,il.lp..v,le-,,ir piy nn, prot si 01 s. . ,.-,bed. nuJ two nisienner nnd two onh i e l.culit cjis weit- much in.u.-ej by the H it when h is mis -iv deb.lil ited yourspirits or weak j cue. I youre'illi.is.ni.u I The ,1 wbmsil.beri'well k'lO'.inforhis frijihiy nml b s niliL-nei-11 ,.1-rsu'f'ii 12 1 ver w 1 mill ' ill lit- n.i:ies in m irclii'sneros.ile.'rt" .11 1 always co'i.itin ill til. ill O III... ,.11". t.l LL 1,11- ll 1.-11111, Y l.lll III"... I - . , I I, , My never realize a dollar from tho eccle-i.tstical I 'etouices ol the enemy to provide lur Ins e WlllltS. ah te eoliiJious. It is iiiip 44i!,lc to nseertiin at present who is to bl one lor the above neciJiuts, tbuujli theiciniist have been "-ot. neghg-nee s.iniewlieie. We t.u-ttlie wliole nutter will be intestigil '.l.nmi tint the p.-p-o 1 or oei- sou., tht'ou.ih wlins ieik,'s..iess t,0 above ne. i l.-iils known as Vnuj'tt.-. Terry or Ash properly for t m purposes ortho war. To.l .y we slnll nmleuake a march over a 1"' I 'w ,,;i,-s north of lioase-s point. The Ho far as I a in. able to discover, all the other , c:it.y; without siec.rorproti-ion.. p,. bens.,,,-,-, ftV.,,, K couid be bridged more cheaply an.l expedients wliicli hive been adopted by the (.on- , tlnttve -ball inun -diateiy be pro-1 led lioui t w -l 7!l,n,.lllll.l.1 1 ,m,iirL. l.co.i,:i,4 nl'iriningit' fin ,e,u oth-r in its couise ns the bridge cral nil I H'tle Governments for rii-inc; unillor the ' t-ueiny, mi J with them you will be sjili.nntl re- nnJ tK, , ,i,e nimle coiinnmuiy dini'ndsnioic .1 1.. ...... 1 laonsnrenntribiitionsfor l!ie more l.ressine; exi- ""iW'L.. , . wi,,. euulion 011 the put ol those intiu.-teJ with such 1110- roliticnl I-oetry. The followinf tiob'.e veisea are from a ol ttmeof pooms.fioni tlu pen of Dr. M.ickny, (nn Englishman), entitled '-Voices from the Crowd. They belon-r in tho class of poetry witli winch Ku.i0T,aml Mai-.v llovvtrr Si t,thorclo.ir-fi-.'ht td and jjcnorous-he.irtetl friends of oppressed hu manity have blessed the world. It is pilltU-nl poetry ; not in any Parisian sen-e of tlio woid, tut as the condition, the relations, tho wants, the Joprivations.nnd the tijrhts ol liuinin beings un political. It may. a'.-o, ho .-aid to ho ;).h7is i.-t poetry bo far as it cvpressc", in b'irniiijj and fer vent lansuae and with cogent power of aigu ment, tho hopes and tho end 1 in which and fur which the true Ileformcrs of l.ngland have been long working the elnnion of that iinnftisc por tion of tho population of l.ngland whose mtuml rights the intensely artificial roci il system which there exists 6,0 completely takes away. Such poetry, true, thoughtful, nnd tigorou-, running into no flattering I'ourishej fur tho sake of either fine sentiment or fine writing, works more good for tho cattso of hum mily tli in handed men und bristling bayonets. It woi!;, silently hut re-ds.1-les.sly, in tlio hearts and on tho under-binding 1 1' the people. It lead, to nohlood.-hed nor violence becauso it softens while it elevates, it cultivates tho affections while it strengthen.) tho will. Tho poetry is as peaceful and as eficclUe in tt- influcnco upon men, ns tho warm sun and the "aentle rain" are upon tho budding eait'i. Il agitates the blood only as tho sacred l'ool w a' agitated, that it may possess a. ho ilth giving and conservative virtue. It rtir.- to brave deeds ami heroic conduct, to b? cure, but it n a3r11.rc.ns and humane daring, a spirit that "Perceives a brother in a vanquished foe."' Wo copy the poem b"!ow, because of its in trinsic excellence, and h?causo wo think it ap propriate to tho times. In our own highly fa vored land freedom and human rights ate gaining daily victories over hoary wrong. Slurry Cnding its entrenchments weak nml its power waning. A noble efiort is snaking, by ''men ol thought and men of aciiou,'" to fix it-, liiit', al least, and that is tho fir. t step ttw.irjs its utter extinction. May th.7 pers 'cre t Tho voice of ftmine, of misery and Middling in coming lo us from the mid-t o.' a peoplu whose (rovcrniienl is the richest, and im-it po-.veif.il, that ever existed on thu f.;co of tho larth! A ttrangu anomaly! With wealth and resource absolutely illimitable, Great Ilritain permits a portion of her population lo die of starvation ! This ftuptuulous wrung re-uits from the elite in justice of her toci.il systom, nnd vvhile that sys tem continues must be unavoidable. Her very laws, which uphold it, consign millions to reme diless poverty, and, in an emergency like the present, to dmlh from the want of fn l! Such it vtcm r.iuft he overthrown not by violenct which adds wrong to wrong, but bv tha divine power of right and justice working in the hearts of men. Is it not a lime, then, on Loth tides ol the 'Atlantic, for "Men ol thought, and men of octlon To CttAU Till way 1" Clcnr the Way. Men of thought ! 1- "P, and Fibrins Nidi and day; Pow the Seed wuhdiaw the curtain ClEAKTIIt! way! Men of anion ni l and ch-crilicm, A ye may f There's a fount about lo rtrennt, There's n lidt nbout lo beam, There's n warmth about 10 glow, There's n tlowernUut to blow. There sn midni'-lil blackucw chaurjing liitoginyj Meneftliought,nn I nieiiornction, CLEAn Tun wav ! Once the welcome light has broken, Wbokhallsay, What the uninineined g'ories Ol the ilnyl Whnt tlie evil that rlmll perith I11 its rny I AiJ the dawnlnB, tongue nnd pen-, AU it, hopes of honest men ; Aid il, paper aid il, type Aid it, for the hour is ripe, And our earliest must not slacken Into play. ' Men nf thought, nwl men of action, Clcaii the way I I)! a cloud's nbout to vanltli FiouitlK- dayt . And abrtuen wrong to crumtiU Into cloy. Lo ' Oie right's atwt to conquer Ctrui iw At ' westward toward. leuviigh without any obstruc tion, the count!' being very level. r.om the Itich -lieu, nt V.utghn's Terry, the dis tance to I, ipiatie in n direct line .cannot exceed twen ty -lour miles, through an entirely level countiy - thus 1U2 whole d.stance from the province Line, near Thd ipbtrg, to the Pt Lawrence n.-ar I.apruire, by this loute, appeals to be thu ty-ninc miles. An inspec tion ofthe map will fati-fy anyone, that this distance of thirty-nine miles, by the route now-proposed, is but very little if any, more thm it would be by taking a .meet course fioni the I rovince Line near Tliilipsburg to St John, anl th-uee to Lapraire. An important conci.leration however should be noticed, lly adop ting this route from the Trovince Line to the St Law rence, nil interference with the chattered rights of ih Champlain and St Lavvjence Itailroad Co.iyiuy mil also those ofthe Troprit-toi s ofthe St Johns' DriJge would be completely avoided. Asa railway is about to be bjiit from Ilurliugton, by way ol St Albans to Mnntienl, mid ns rtoston en-teipri-e will doubtless pu-h a I'ailway through to Og- Jensburr, would it not promote the interest of the Stockholders of both, were they to unite, in the route llnveju-t dt'scjibed I The only objection to my suggestion isihe ndJi- tional di-lance of about ten miles navel round the I.'ilie ; mid this objection is much more than counter- lnut-cd by the ctpen.e and delay that would be oc casioned 111 crossing by ferry, on the one band; orby the c.'iiicnse and risk not to say impracticability ol maintaining t IiriJges across 0 miles of the Lake, 0,1 the other. Youis Svc. lithTcb. 1517. A Canadian. B.TT! e Governor of Ma-sachnstls has appoin ted the Sill diy of Arj.il, as a day of humilia tion, fisting and prayer in that State. The I.icei-.sa Vole. Ilcturns from the following towns show the state of tho vole given for and agiiiut Liccn on the 'Jd ins t. No Licens'i Lice ne 10 Towns in n-nniaglo-i Co. lo 17 I'J 11 9 13 7 Win lha.n Ce. Wi-hNor complete Itmland " Addison Co O.'illlg! Ci Chitt'-'idenconiplet. Wns'ii'i'jjto'iOo Caledonia Co Tiankltu Co O.lea.is Co La1110.ll: Co Total 151 towns M:ijiiiityai' unit Liccnsfl C.SCl. "JiHJ 5 tin r,u :tll7 21(53 8j) cr.t 11 tli SJS l.VJI '.'75 :u sit 7.1 1 sv, 1 1 i -mi 7s7 3.J lij C7 -1 ID 213 1351 C.G.3 3"J'0n our fourth pigo.(outsi.h'), ill be found ilitlb poem of touching fwecltu'ss and simpli ilv w rillcn on tl.c death of an only child, by the Uev. Hohert Teden of Atn!iertbtirgh,C. W. We aro indebted for it to a friend with whose permission it is copied into our columns. New Hampshire. The Election for Governor, Legislature, Council, titi.l four members of Congress took place 0,1 Tuesday last nth in.-t. Thoro is hard ly anv doubt as to the result. N. II. has dis carded this patent " Democracy " and hencc- foith may bo numbered ono of tlio free btatcs of New-liugl.itid. with the more m ignilicent project of plundeiin the church. The ingenuity of tho Mexic 111 leg islators seem to h ive h'-en'tnxed to tho utmost ; among other novel plans I notice a forced lottery for raising money lor the race. Themnro moderate and hnpnlul joitrnalistsap pcarto haveirivcn up all hoiio that order can be prcerveu, nun pre.uct aii'.nit'i njtun.iiwu. 1 ,n Vies President, Com" Fnri.is, is surround il with dilliculties which nre in-uper.ih!e, nnd is the ohjet.-l of attack by all parties; by the clergy, the iii'nnirchists, aul'ii fragment of lhe central ists; nnd it need. 110 prophet to say tint he must soon bo driven from the IHm. Guv:ira, the n--wlvnp,,oiiit"d Minister of. I u-tice tin nieces enrof Xava. who was appointed onlv a week he- fore is now the only one of the Cabinet who nrtnilly ili-e.harges lhe duties of his nllice. Senor Guevaiii Iris since reigned, necording ton late Mexican piper before us. Senor V.u oiela, the Minister ol Fin nice, his tchlered Ins resignation anil left hi post in spite of the wi-h-osnf tlio Vice President. Senor Ramirez, lhe Mini-tcrolTurcisn relation-, has thrown lipid poitfolio for a period of M-veral 111011111.. and Can iiliz.., of Hie War Dep irtioenl, h is :il-n express, ed hi wish t relirtf. rciionsciusesb ive been alle-'Cil for this ah iiuhinmnul of the Adniiiii-tra- 1 ti. ti hv all the Mini-ter., hit' ti c true sol 1 i ui of tho defection 1-lob? finnd in the extre no und unconquerable ihllicultiesol then situation. In th meantime there are reports from time lo time from San Luis I',lni tliatSmta Anna is taking wary step, to reclaim Itim-cll tliclat. r I'iie.-e report- li lie u llliin a lew ti tys assum"ii a more specific clurader; one rumor says nauoi 1 Ann 1 b is moved on Tula, nml mat tne garrison it San Luis Iris proclaimed bun dictator. &om? erons appear to believe that Santa Anna Ins left PiVlosit,! march 1111 the enoit-il. It l, I ho- liove.oili-iallve.mlinived tint Gen. Venturi Mora hasproclaime.l fortbo.hctatorslnpol S5.mt:t Anna it M'izitlin. it was prohcted sonn il ivs ago tint Gen ll-mgel, with olli"rs, would soon raUo tlio standard ol ilicMtorsiup 111 .Mexico, aim ves torday morning it was currently announced tint the event hid litppotr-d. The.-a reiorts are .0:111, of tli -iii without doubt prem ilure, hut they show th-- set of popular expectation and wil' work their own fiilfilm"nt. I hey art- si ib; ex pedies's fur unsettling conli.leure, creating vae illatiou in tho public mind and mal.ingany cii ing'' accent il.le. A touching picture ofthe distresses of the ar my m ly he lound in every piragraph and every o'.iieial ace unit from that ipi nt-r. It i ; now cm ceded that tho army at Sin Luis must -0011 d'.s .iilv.) that even the genius of Hint t Ann can not long keep them totret'icr. While the mi--er.ible soldiers are sullenng all the extreme evil w liic.h e 111 viit humviity huiigrv, n ikod, per-i-hing from cold or disease, or ilriv-n to suit-i le we sec, it announced that Aiiipudi.t Ins h-i-n nnl'ortunito in hish.'ts nnd lo-t Q 1 4,Ct J, while S int't Aunt, with better lite!;, has won ItlliO ounces of gold. T ie Congre-s nf Sin Luis hate authoriz'-d a forced loin of lOtyJOII, secured by a pledge ol tho entire revenue an.l properly of thu State trnt alreulj nnrtgiged, An attack iijiim Vera Cruz is now exo.-ct'-d tn occur sliiit!',-. TIi-j Congress (.f tho Stitehi' Mvf.ien li te bo to o.'i-n ih' cinlini.''!. What d.iysm glory aw nt in! Whata llilteiing lutnre lor o ircoi itryl II ovsiiisf-i 'lorv, wh--nwconte.u;il.ite t.nt w-e hives ive I us in l-,i si I -1-' II i.v the w.nld will .idiniie us! How tie-nation will blt-s. ns' Ami when i:i Tie bo mi. ol o irlaini.ies we shall relate lhe lis'.ts and laii'ii.-s win 'li we Inve en lured, the coal-,

bats with an I the triumphs over 11 daiingan.l pica up-; m iiisene;nv : an I he.ia.ler, when telling our children J tint we have sit e.l our coii'itiya second tune, the pi- Iji lee will ne complete, nnu i,ie.-e .".icimces win tiien ujipear to lis as nutlu ig. Soldieis' hinvloiili 111 the def-nce of your country. Toe c.in5t- we sustain is a holy one; never have we sti'iiggl"d Willi more justice, l,ecau--e we light for lhe l-i ti I ol'o ir lo.-elatliers an I of onrcltil Iren.tb' honor an 1 religion ol our wives and ehildien! What uicri tic '(then, can be to gre it for ob.-ets so tie ir f Let mr inutto b.-.'-CO.VQUlillOll Dill!" Let.i.swear O'loietneg.-oai ,,,erna lint we win 1,0 'o" ' o;, .,.,.sC.vig.vs... without cniitai.un stint 1.1 iiuii'inioursi'ilol the strati to protaae 11 wiiii ins presenee. 1M0 irt-aiy, 1101,1111 which nnv not be heroic an I proud ANTONIO L'HV:. Del SANTA ANNA, llcadqtiaiters, San Luis l'oto..i, Jan. 27, lt)17. In -nt. .us resnoii-101 nv. A eirnt tne depot of the Worcester railroad caught fne I, i?l evening, ho, 11 11 stove, und wasbadly damaged oeioic uie 11. c was oi-covereu. The G.Tects upon the I't-oplc of n Weill- Aillllllil'.lnitloli. Tin- ndmiuistration nt Wasliinglon plunge deeper, or rather l"t us siy, sinks deep 'run Ideeper evciy .lay. 1 lis p.sin.m is onlv known by the lew nlmtc, who hola I 0:1 to me line 10 wincn it i. peiuaut. Ainu alter man, nn.ls'ction nlt'-r section, I mic it,s.,that those who 111 I) -eeiuber lit, pi.-senleil u bol.l hoot, with over tvh'.'Imiug in tjorilii'sin Cong, ess, siaiiil now, ma 1 1 tits ! ovel'two ino.ltll., with only;, ve,y s.unll linuolity, to anm.u.ice its wishes, an lis couiii-lled tiaecept vv,i;it everit lH. us anoll'-n.i- tome co i itrv ttiruti'li a I sii-peete,l clnii'iel. No vole of sujipli. s of any l.i.'i.l passes inngiv,., wuuotii coiitmmuga leiiuiee, wiilioi.t b.'.uing along, 111 ahuo-teteiy section, some piuolihat ti is gm Iginriy bi-ptowed ; and lioni one t-,i.l of tli. Ilo is-' to III' othei, those who were wal 111 iusti,ip.it ol .Mr. l'olk'.selfciioii.uovv neck oeca-ions to m.iuiicst their tlisippt,iutm'ni, tlieir ili-tiu-t, their ln.-i.l.iv. AnJ th.se ..lies limn the m-iniie-t i.i.i'iiluy in the nil-iniui-liiit.on to meet the i-xigeneies into'whi.-h ll.c.r weakness and pmlv u irti.ilnv I, ave iillowe. I tin- na tion lo fill, Tnercsi.t of nlithesj things we tn mot lort-see, but we app.flieiiil tlnl, alter wasting nil lhe t 0.1 ol iinni.us. t -rr 1 1 y i 1 .Mexico, lor the very pur p of exten ling the aura ol Ireedom and tircuinsri- Long dial ot slnvely. Air ltjller.il S .uthCirohni. immediately rose and slid that, in co ls-q i.-nce ol this 11, uuf.-sto, whieh hi dwelt upon al lengili.nn I with much leehng, he had changeil his p npose and would vote lor the bill, lis Inil iiiten.Ieil to vote again-lit, t.ecause he old not w ml any ternlory to be .itqiirt-J ; but, as the North Arpoiiitiuciit&liy the I'lrslilrnt, By and ic'.t '1 1 t a Juice a id consent of Vie Senate, DAvniTon, ol Ohio, LiivovI.lraordinarvand Mini-ter Plenirolentarv near his Maic-tv the i.nipeiorof Iiraztl. ii,vllenrv A. l i-e, recalled w.is .let-nnined loacmnre lerntorv lor lhe verv our. at his own leiue-t. po-e of relu.ing to the rioutli their equal and common .'o.t- 11. i.i.av, uinrn-etl Anaircs at rem. "B"' '" o.e .,i-..i-...-o.-.i . n..,u.i,,in- si i R.ctt.uinHi'sit.oflVmsvlvania. Ilnvov Kx- !V"!r1'::' .,1:J.IV'"?.,.V" Ihc 8J0"trtl' 1. . :.. . .. 1 -J101111 tut l 1 jie. i ivPtii.ii iiiv ue. (in. Iiaonliniry ami .Miui-ter Plenipotentiary loins Mr. Wcsictt nuuouna-d the same purpose for lh .M.iesly the lung ol 1 ranee. snm ' roanm lie hail uiieii.li-J to vole against the Gr.oi'.ci: V. Hopkins, of Virgin! 1, Charge do bill, but should now vote for it. Air, Calhoun made Afuiresof ibo United States to tlio Queen of ." remarks ouilie question, but follovved the inuic. Portugal. MAJOR GnXHUALS, Thomas IIakt I!i:mon, of Missouri. WltUAM I'uMviisc, nt Georgia. llltlliADIL.l GliM-.ltALS. Geo ".nr. CAiWALAiEr.,of Pennsylvania, lleos D. Ilitvivo,. f Now Yurie." IV.ankun' Pti.r.. e, of New Hampshire. Mt'itncR or LiniTEAT Ritchie CAWi'iir. of Despatches. On General ScotTs arrival at I'm ni'itltli ..'the Itiii (Sronde. nni nsitiiiin'f t!ie chief commind, he sent despatches to Saliillo, pu'ilic iidvanfig. sth it should re.-tut liom the jirc-enl ...II,.. n.l ,,. 1 1.. 1 ,..! 'ni,.,, ,.r .l,n 'tnvoriblu usp"L I ot loTiMiiuh nl ufs, nnJ niter t ie iiJdre--e:l to tho General ray or, or tho ton- jm-cr- f 'ut ,;iephho treu-u-v. men- will beano in indiiig o.hcor then-. hen lhe Ii -arcrreach- Mr ,e, c.lmgo.ih wave. In-11 it'.i.m tint nilscas ms eil Ih it eitv Gi-iu-ris-tltiitler, lhe .ill'uvr Hi com- conuueieil .iiiivlty, as we now en nv, sboufd be mind, opened tbo tli'.pitelie-.thi're-ult of which suee. e.leJ by a itattioii, but generally, it has happen wis fie immediate dopirture of Genjral Worth an.l Ins ilivi-ion I n-tiie II1.1 linin.l". The despatches vvea, thm ros-aled. and sent oil' in chirge of l.ieuteti nit Ritchie, filh infint ry, to General 'I'.ivlor, then on Ins retrograde mo.'en.eiit to Monterey, from Victor! 1. Ten men b -longing to Kearney's company, of the .Otli, accompanied Lieutenant Ritchie its nn es cort. They arrived at Aloi.terey in safety, stop ped there 11' night, und proceeded 011 tlieir route to meet (ien. Taylor the next day. Toward dusk Ritchie reached the vill-igo of Villa Grande, ih-t.tiit-io miles fro-n Monterey. .Meeting, in-t after his arrival, with an I.Mglishnvin, estab'.i-h cd in hiisiue-s there, lie availed himself ol hi. services to procure refreshments for himself and c.imiiviml. As tho two were rrnssiug the fhzn of VIII 1 Grande, and in furlte'iance oflliatob.ect. a M X ic to on leusehiel; c.iu.o vvhi-king by tliein. when t-.l lint the public pioepe.-iiy h is been such, tint tuou, lU.IIVtauil lo.ses una , list less s:i.ui:a lesult tlle'euoin llieie has b.-t-ll saell a III 1 1 of pabllc h-uelit collecteil, iliat the mishiituue hash -en imti-'ated to inlivil.n en Jul ance. as 111 ancient ..zypt, tli g-ut-i-al or public aeeiuii on lion ol u Si'ven tin's .,o-perity, seemed to pre, fill the individual uu.-eiy lint 11l1g.lt luve lebulted lioni Ule sueceeiiing .LKiytrolis ;ais. liill 1110-t 11.1,01 luii.ilely the -.'HI.S upon which our couiuiy mmht c.'ileuluteiroui Hie eommi'ite wuli I.u rope, uie spnit upon our war vv.th Mi.vico. nml a pub icd'.-biid M-t uccuuiiiljtui'' 11111 lime ot ertat cum inercial i.r.-.i.eiiiy Au.lwesee no certain tnd nt the e.iM?iuhtiir.., any more than we can discover 1 p.oper emi Jor 11. are n ware lint a national debt does not neces-a r,lv involve mdivnlii ,1 inconvenience : but it must be leiiifiii'.. it-il that llie avowed policy ol this country is to have 1.0 national tlelt.aml, ihei.-foie, the puolio lun.ls ncciiinul.ite.l troui .luties, 1 nni sues, ec , msieaii oi being. I it-.'leil to vvoiks ol p 10I1C lllljirovelileul, will be ii-".! I01 the paviiieut ol toe uitio.ial dela ; mil it im:-t fiitth'Tiiioe l. mi.letsio nl.thal miieb ol the 1110. lie il'toteil totu.sw.ir, isspeul l.eouil the boun.l 1 nesol i!i - eo 11: v.so tint it I je. not ll v Ih. 0.1 !i th The ."lass'u'Ii'isctN, jfctv Ilnnirshirc nnd llli.i.te Is iiu:l Lie-iis.' Luu Alliriiic.1. CorrcsponJeuce of the N. Y. Lxprcss. Vt AslllNGflls, Jl.treli Ci. Stiprfme Cniirl A . urn -il linpurlunl I)-- eiainn, i lie Court met at the ti-iial hour, tin in irning. and after the hii-iness wliicli occu pil-d the Court for a short time, there was an ad- i ti.iim' nl ti ti.e hr.-t M 1.1 1 iv in I) n'i t, 01 iccorihng to law. 1 lure were six nl the nine idircs upon th? Itench: Jmlgcs Tmfv. -Mc- .can, Wayne, Nels m, Woodbury an.' Grier. A-i opinio.i w is given upon tlio tni.iortant li cense e-.i-es, vvliicu were so fully argue, I before the t .oiirtat 1 10 pre.eiitas well as tlio last term rhciudgmjnt ol the Circuit Courts are allirm- ed, and the Supie.no Court ileewes that the Slates have it right to regulate the trade in, nnu ?cei.tig, the -ale of ardent Jjpirit.s. 1 has th iiv of New 1 1 impsiiire, which controls the p nvcr over heen-es generally, nnd the ! tvv of Alas-nchusotts, which forbids the file of any srniller quai.tfif liquor thin twenty-eight gal lon., an.) tho Hiw of Rhode I-lantl, limiting the sale to Ien ":il!iin. are all allirmed by lhe Jourt. These ca-es Iiave been ably argued by caun-el I rum each ol the States, and the elect urn nf tho Court will happily put the iiuo-lion ofth ol power to re-t ; and settle bevoml succes-liil legal controveisy, nt lei-t, too power ol the states over the utail traile 111 anient si nils J lio L.111111 l-i iiay enlereil tl.c cause between the .Merchants Hank, nl Haston, ami the own or.-of lhe ste.1tnb.1at Lexington, crowing out ol tl,usco,n in 1 raL'oui'' I ii.-ii-.itc a lew lor the 1 mines u 1; in the vi- There must be a leaeinui, we Mippoe, anil the gov eriitiieiii win im' 1:1 ill. s.tu.i i. i to nr. . ot uie o ci the evil whuh it ciu-es or auj.ii.'i,u. u. Untitle. .ul'tiy be threw .1 l.is.o over Riti-Ine, put clnunels that heoclit our own people, nnd 111, ami sue. rciie.l intlragonio him bevond the to',vn,lo a -mull ciec I entity, li Te hi inurdeieil hi 11, and n Iter iimti- I iting In- boily in n liorrui manner, made oh Willi t ie do(i'itt he"i. Tlie-a are said to bo of gre.il I'.m-tipieiu e, containing a sketch ul lhe plan ol tire f irlhcoiiiing eampugu, with other iinpoilant pirticul ir.--. It seem, a- if tno 111 iveuu-nls ol Ritchie and l i- puty were 11.11 low ly w.ilched hj fie eneiny, lor doting the night they pi-sed at Monterey, the .um.ul live i f lus men well! stolen I'.'om the'.ii, ne -e-sil Uing.i dein iu.1 011 the nu ll nni-ler for a fio-h supply. Lieut. Rit nie, we iiiider-tand, i-a nejdievv'of tlie editor . f the W.i-liitigton Ciiion. t.N. O. C.un.'i iuies. Toe U-t rein tk i-imdoubt erroneous. The Washington Cuieti give, a similar itcv.iuut ol the ih-a-ter, lint spell, the naui. iii .. '...tml iy- tli il the 1 lain o.i'tcer was I'ro.n U., u. lions given bv bis luendi us to tbeircourse. II onlj ih-se lliree votes were changed, it was sullicient to dt'Cule ttic late 01 tne tall. 1 ne bill passed by n tote of 3J to-il. Tne tlireeCalliou.i votes n the majority, il given to the other side, would have icversed the dec-ion. LDNt.n.tv. AIirch3. Senate. All tinvate bllll from the Hoi-eon the calender, except one tor there- ueioi.vir 1 ti lee, were passiM, me uui irum me House, mui'ii.lntorv to the Sub-Treasury Act. wal sent m, but the S -nnte relueil to su-.en.l the rules to receive it.nn.i inns .1 -leatt-J it. I lie report ot me new Conferen..t' Committee on the Alilituy lidl (leaving out the Lieutenant Gene. at) was agieed to by both lloii-es, and the bill pass J. The Civil and Diplo 111 itieappropiiatiou Hill w.ispis-ed. The bill to pro- v uie ir uie const! ucuoti tit naval siemusiups, as aiuen- le.l by the House, w.is pais d Tne Senate went into en'cutive s -...1:1 nl haltp.st 'J o clock, 011 ihenom na tion ot C . I. lugersoll as Muu-ter to Tr.iuce. Ilei-ct- td bv I iiinj Itieln d Ku.li ot lVnu.ylv anil, was im- m.-iiiateiy nouiiuateii,aiiacoiitir.ue 1 iuu.n iiiuusi. House Seveial private bills, and bills not ol gene ral inteltst weic passed. A reso.ution was adopted for printing 7JJJ ad.liti.mil copies of the last Patent Olhee'RepOit The bill ns pis-e I, providing lor ad ditional war steameis, appiopnatts a million dollar! lor lour vessels ol the lirst diss tor the navy, and pro vides for the construction, bv individual t-nten.iise.Df of twelve otheis, tor tiau-port..tiou of the United States mail between New toik nnd New Orleans, II ivai a und Chagres, Panama and O.egon. 1 uiR.avr .March I, , r M 1 11 mteu.led renewal ol the attempt to uupo-e a duty on tea and eotf-e ex pired vv ith the rejection of the lull tu ndintt books im ported tor litermy in-titutioiu lieu ul duty. AInjortSe11er.il lieutou.it is said, win tie assigned lite chief command ol lb- army or decline his appoint ment Seinil-rlJV-isU,ii oiul Kule were both olLrred the AtijOr I, -ii'-ralsfi.p at the latest hour nnd declined. There are ninny members ol Congress here et. The cars left thisevening crowded with Pcnnsvlvunin and Virginia meinbeis. Ol the 1 ennsylvaiua reguneiit, (Sen. itnnisey is coiufiriued as Colonel; Capt. Johnson, 01 tne Am, y. i,-.ent. -.ot. uuuter.oi -.irusie.nna Ator-g-in,ot Urudto.d, ns .Majois. Lieut. Lewis Carrii promoted to a Captaincy and to command a coin- 1 -my. tlio shipwreck and loss of specie, furlhe second the Wilmot Provi-o 2j"The following is the Three million Rill as it pas-ed the two hou-os of Congress, stripped of ll,o U'il.n.O H,m,.n M11u1l.1v in December next. The Court alsoatlirm an important ib-ci-ion ol tl.e Circuit Court ot ( luu, growing mum the nhductioii of -laves. The cause will be known is the V.msant case. Th ? Court have nKo nfurm.-tl nil the Plate V. Com. Adv. further 1111 J liatter from Delaware Tho I."gi-lituro of this litlle Slave State ha' passed a joint resolution instructing their fen ators and requesting tlieir representatives in Congress to oppose any bill which fhall have for itKobjpct tho admission of any more Slate territory intntho Union. The vote in the Home was ID to 10 and in the Senate 1 to 3. IT A financial f ireo w.is prformeil ycstcrdiy in which a well known iW" lhr" was the principal actor. Tlio Sub-Treasury had n dralton a bank in Wall Rt. for 853,000, nnd Ihn bink had a draft on tho Sub-Treasury fot Sl.OUO, Any two business men whoso scon ceriwrpi 01 the ordiniiry tliici;ncss wnuui uavt seltb d it bv aterv easv- nrncess : the Sub Trea- t , 1 , , nnn I stiry ivntiltl nivo i.ll.I Uie uaiance, 9ii,uw,.u.i no trotitiio m.uie. rtoi soun now ugm ... . .mv milters. I irst. he M'luls a "overnmciii porter iv ith Sd JJht) in gold, ill scaled hags, to the lank, and llien lh messenger lugs hick 350,01)0 nf tha same gnhl wltli me scat iinoro. I-,.,. This would havn been oiiour-h for a mere everyday genius, but for thU ileep thinking unit" iied a u'Uriolie nrocl imation, unit various in pirations are making lor the onet. A body of the national guard, e-liin ile.l at a Ihou-nnd men. ,'ru bcou rerently iiilr slucc.l into eta l ruz. Tho Iicotnoter siiugests with snmo slow- ol reason, that thv Gous'nmor.t have already 1 10- vided the 1111 :111s o paling und supporting lli?-e ul.litiouil troi p., as more men vvuui.i soon ren der ir.tolerah'e the privations of the pre-cnt gar ri'iui, which.art, nlmidy eMrenio. Nothing has yet been douo tnwaids" forlil'jing the pi-seson thu ro.id to Mexico. The garrison of Jalap 1 havereliised tomircli to Vera Cruz they wen stationed thero once before. Gen. I.'i Vega has bien appointed chief in command of the lumps of tho State of Vera Cru. A great sen-ation Im been caused by the re-mrUl, ,1 the Americans were on the inoietroui 1 ampieo, wlthlliu mien lion of marching Inland to Vera Crui, ttire ttcii- in" Jalapa or I'ucbl.i. Such a movement is likelv to cause thoenemv much distraction Tho mess, -je of tho i'retident of tha United States is published in the papersuf the 1.11 of the month. Il was proposed in Congress by Senor Gamboalo issue a lormal reply to tho lal-eand injurious imputations contained in the nil'. ....I... ,l.n l.iv!e,i lfnnnl lie It, it lifter tlin n' ,! .1 t. ........I........ proposition was uiou. sen, 11 w.is not utiupLt-ii. Ho :if-ry. Tho Post O licit in this pi ire, was entered on 1'itur.l iv nighjvl.i-t ami ro'i'ied of somo teji or lifloeti iloll irs in em ill c1 tinge. A colored mm, tm vvh-srn snspUUmt rolc.l a. being engigoil in the left, wis arre.icd'iiul expo-eJ bis ueconip!!- ' ce, who itseeuiei. 0113 Clein.'iis, wlta is na.v in jail waiting tri il. Ai 111 y Intelligence. tie late nrritnls nl New Orlems. dues inve been received Irum the llrti'ns to the VJ, uli.,nml Tauipi ro the lliili ult. Letters Inve been leueived in New Oile.ins lioni ruinpieo.tollie ell. ct mat i.eu bhielJs has issued nn older inqvesmg ilitu lhe Uniled States service nil vessels ih n in pott, to be used astniupu,ts to convey men and provisions to some point unknown lo the vtiiteis. The intelligence via !hel!rr,zos.of a prospect of 1111 action at Saltillo, is continued. AH Gcu llutlei's out posts arc si id by the Mmaiuurns Tl.ig to have been diiveii iif.niid lhe nttack.if undent nil, was expected dining lb.- liisllt'W'diysofl'fbruary. Drllordy.vtbu cnuie u SM'tiger in the schooner Corn at New (Menus, . fr,,,,, lhe lti:ioS. IS 011)1,110011 that (StU. T.1V loi'tt COlll- inind atSiltilto would exceed lather than hit shoil of ,st ol,. Nnli.'IVe.asonf. HobrCJlKS Open 1110 U3gR -,u, ...... el.,.. ........ I.,.. -. ,,. l. te.iih M.o.u on which his own seal was yet frculi, anil t-"l- j l,ilu?v'ti ttiat whrii tlu JvWxiionitnunJ liuu in such .,.tireni nine ilm -rn',1 nnd at l.ul restores furce mid so stroiuilv i.rsied. llieiden of nil nttnek v . . . . . ,. ! . I I 1... .1. ,!.... I l..ri, ,:,tit- of1ie..ts Were hill twill, per cct ? "V.rZK" ' eZou,u.,,.ha Sanu An,,emV.t.-d ,m iermusblow then goes home tiiiUliner after having iichievcJ U) I ,,itrlli;m . ,i, the inoveinent of n tlivlsionof an operation eqn-le,dtmly by the attempt to solid i,nrmjr thiilurr .nsluitn feint, nml that be will lead a letter to Wlishlb"touoiithc wirM of he Msg ihemalrj body of Im force to Veiu Cruz. " netic Telegraph, Trilune, ( A gooJ Jsal of oppu-liviwu-ii U hint Alatnuwn,- of HemnrlahU I'mphe:' f CMell, respecting Ireland and thu future of tlio Potato. Trom lhe London Ilci'iiomist, Dec. It), 1811!. ' To the Editor : I.-amington My Dear Sir : I-ast evening I met at t'iuuer, n Ruin in Catho lic prit si, a Doctor Smith, from Conneiinr.i coun ty, G.ilw.iy who rel.ilid the following conversa tion ho ha'.l with th it extraordinary man Coh bett, in Irijfi. While speakiugof Ireland, Ctib brtt. said, tint the dirty weed, alluding to the Polute, iinuld be the airfe i f Ireland. "How so?" replied Dr. Smith,'- whit do without it -.Ihev liveiiron it. ,t It, cultivation IcIS years." Cobbelt nii-wereil, ' they miut go back I.i the muiio food they were acoiistoined to live iiin previously lo the gene ral cultivation of tho ihrty weed :'a,l thai is to grain, as wheat, oats, &c. You have four mil lions of souls in Ireland, und eight millions of acres of uncultivated grounJ. Thm ground must tio draiiusl and brought into cullivatiDii, and you must again grow wheal, oats, rye, itc. The yn lat.i trill nut luu mure thin ticnl'l tecrrj, trheit it , . . ... ..., . ..... u-iii icon, useij our, mm men yau inn in ui.tr ii i(ie In land Kill Iter tlu -W. You mutt return to ".rain crops ; and Ireland, in-te.ul of being tl.e m ist ilegindeil, will become tme of the finest cuuntrieo in tho world. You may live to sceiny words prove true, but I never shaft," Doctor Smith in idea note of tho abovo in I8J0, and the tamo o)iiniou and prophecy con cerning the itatu occurs In one of Cobbett's books, Cottigo Economy, or Cottago Coinl'orts, I lorgei which. The kin2 lus "imnv servants, but no friend. Thd Arab has ' no'' servant, bul he h is a home. The Arab I- richer than the kiuj, An Olive Leaflor liio American I'eoptc. 1'riendt nf lluimniUi ; Hundreds of your fellow- b.-i ii are .lyi ig. al.uu-i ,1 nly dyi ig. of stiryiiion i:: .or i.ela.iil. vt ul o.i not sen 1 tli i,ioie.iiliroiuour p.e.-.t oi.tiotrd-! nit s be, n St., I 'it li.at uioie have ne i-.it' I by limine in ih t aillute.l Im I thm tin w.l ) I 'li by t.l.' rhole.u 111 lint .lit- l.hil. voir ot dentil. A., niy ' d )' .fill sive a h inn i li.e. Will you let tiio.i'iu is.lie v.'he i n-y evi he re.-'i'l so ci-aoly I.o.u i.,e gtnve ' 'ill- Hod nml Fniher "I our Loi.l Jesitoi istl.r.il! 1 ir.n ts. Alech ones, licit!: mi med onh I'.i.teJ States, thild.cn. wives and iiiiahe:-. will von lei I ,"tis uui. oi tour kiuJ be lliiow-u ii'ieei tl.ieit l.lt I t I ' l; IV.',wll."l t't',1 e-- ui tv Ml 'f I"!,-;-. 1 I lilt lllV 1. I sV. .1 i I ri i'l .!,.' M i ... i- t' il i t i . - t .Via ici. l'i-ie u i I .ou-vinjs n.'l ".. s ., .) , , i in 1 utt .nil da. up, eol.l g o n I in jtteiaiil vv.t'i ul t vn .. fli.iw lo li- i.jon. ilio'i i n t ,oo:, , t jui wij o'les ,i, il j-ive what y -u o m spue : ' 1 1- p '.. o.e 1 1 j, ti. o i ,v i 1 1 u,n i an.l I.u I i.u. i -.e.-,-i I Al iy i , O I "I n.lg aee mi I mer cy a 1 1 eui.ipts.tiii'1 i.i ti tV he i.l ol Am 'rira in new ti.sae.i a sj-iticl ofw el.-!,.- I.ies . A it!un . i I li Ig U eat oi w-1 , will co.oe I. t..o.i-a.i Is i k n mm.sl at.ou of b 'tH'i'u'.iinri-v 'I'll" l.nel.sh tlnv- cii",if.n you -ee (flow, Inn p'ti,u's..i to pay ih- ttl jiu to i.u ti iiriniiiioiis Of its) l I.u cioiu ll . -Allien liny Is; forwarded uoiuthe lhiiie.1 Stats. Will not I.i Itiiltoa leompaniesi iihe U ute.l Suites, i. su'iiln- holl eom.eiiii' s. 1 fiosii,,, . o,,ii, ili iinoimr. . ,l,n k ... board nil si'!, i'utt,.utir.s fiee nf c'liiix:' All I these co'H 'I'Hillois uiiy lie co i-iguetl to lhe Society of l-'ni'iiil. in ll igl iu I, w ho li ivt ui ul.- nrrang 'Uient.for t-iit'iistve disiubuiioii to lhe starving, or to tiny ot'i-r p lilies lint may k' prel-'rred 1 cniriot a 1,1 a loiber word. I t-xp-ct to bet.bli.lged to nnv. 'I nil night lni.ii 1, mJon to t.iverpoo .1 itniu-mil the I ..lovv'.ugcoimuii- mention Ironi tho taigli-li (loveiumt'iii, which 1 re I cciveu alter the mail wac!osed, I Yours toriiunimity, LLHIUUURItlTT. LonJon.Ti'b. 3, 1917. To llis'it Ihn. Laid John Kusseli., Fini Lord of t'te Ttrubitiy. The undersigned cituens nl lhe United Slates of America, desiriug Hint their it How- couiiiriiieii luiy o.ilieiolte ill lhe lileas.ire of colt ihutlli - lo the rebel l it must the people I tiltheirsaireringbietb.cn in lielan I, have leained with it. Tbev hive had I inielig.aiilieaiion.ihit the ll ighsh iSovernment luve Inlllll.llt il 1. wtu.ug..' sa t J llf.u.y lot- expe.l-e to iniiis. portatioii of the provisions lindtlolliing wluih lhe So ciety oi iTien is in iutjit.i nr. eouirioiiie lor ill- ties I, Hilt- Irish. The iiiijersignej would re-p-cHuby in q liie it llieyunv be iienmitej lo transmit to Aeieriea, by the Royal .M.ul-l'.icket leaviugon the Ith the imi illation that the l.iighsli (Soveriunent will tlelriv lb" expense ot counting from Anieiiemi to Iiislifi-aports trilot'irrroniiibiiiionsol provisions and clothing whieli liny be uiule in, mil lorwauled Ironi, the I'.uled Olatcs, lor lliesiuie iM-nevoiein ooiect I ULIIIU DUItlilTT, .Mass. U. S A. JA.MICS L. L. l- WAUItKN, " No. 27 New l.roau r-t. ) Loudon, lVb. Ist,13l7 J Treasury Chanihers, Teh 3d, 1317 CsntUine ii, I imi t'ominaudal by the Lords Com. in'n.ioneis ol Her Miijcsiy e 'l'lt-nsury lo ncquniui you, il rej.ly lo voiii letler of ihe t instini n.llrt-'d lo Ltrd John Russell, lint lhe Lords will be prepared lo niv th - Ire ijhttit n'lv- nruvisions or t'lolliinr vv bicb be uevoleiit peisons ill the United States uuy st'lid to Irelanl or to ll:.. distrt'S.-e.l thstrii-ls m Seoilaml, tu prool U'liig nllor.lt d that lhe in In It -. wen- piuelrisi'd Ironi the produce of )invnie subscriptions, uud have been appropriated lo tbiiitoble objects. 1 mil, Gentlemen, YourOln-dient Servant C. D.TilRVRLYAN. .Messrs. Ruitu IlfKnitr nnd Jxtsrs 1. L. Y Wak KtN,27 New Hioad Sutlt N AC'l'nnproprniing lliree millions of dollars, to .liable lhe Pri.-idtnt to umcluje a treaty of peace and limits w.ih Al-xieo. lie it emieted ly lhe Senate and House of Krpri antittticsnf 1'ie United Matt a f Amenta in (.'on. gress nmieuilite.l. That w lieieas a slate ot war now ex. si. between the Un.ti J States and i.'.e It-nu'iiir nl aw s in reginl to the tax on foreign emigrants .'loo, un u is m-si.. i t suouio ik speedily teiim- irnv ing in the ports of Ma.s.irhuscits and New " 1 . . , ; . "!"u'.ns - York. These Isws aro regirded a police reg ul.itious, and ncce-ary for the preserv.tlion ol health. The business nf tlic Court was conducted bv Judge .!eL".in : nnd Judge Tanev thrcctid the erier, ultra hi f 'esdon, to a l.o.iru tlio Court wuli the Ucpuuhe ut .Mexico prior to the next -ess.on tu tniei again itccoruinglo law. ot co.igief . il iiu uns lor iintoi-jec t are nl lnsdi'no- sii ; an i w iiereas, in uie iiOjiisiiuelll ol so liliny com. nlieated nuestions a now exit between the lujmm i roni ine . 1 . i rioune. ii:s in... ,m iii'.iin.i. money win m called u,r uy the st.oulaiious ot any ire.llv w Inch nnv b- t-ntere I mlo : ihere.or.- the sum of I.xtrnct from a li tier limn an Irih Tanner in 'i'lirec .Millions il Dollars be. and tne same ii hereby the County G.ilvvnv near I gli Rea, diled nppropu iieJ.out ol any money in the '1 rensury not audwh"r.ns ns-amiiccs bate beretol'oit- been given to th" Itoicrnmeiii . t Ai.-xieo th.it ii was the tles.rc of lhe Piesi lent to settle nil questions between the two counttieson tiie nioi liber.il and sati-taetoiy tenns, nceoiiliu tot!i ' . igntsnl c ah and the mutual interetU nun secii'ity oi the two countii, s , i.nl whereas the 1'iesi.leiu ni.iy U' able to tout-hide u treaty of peace .. ..I. .u.. i. t , t,... .i....'..r January 8, IS 17, lo his brother in New Yoik : ' It i not cu-y to support it family "iic!i n I havetu look lo, in the present -tate oi'thi co iiil rv. As to nurse lies, we have not srfiereilas y t frcm hunger, vvh tteverllir. fuliire m iy show, t'li i' '..tiv is ui li.e i iest.it tiuie in a teriible e. ii 'it. i ii ; it is out f mv power to ileeiih' ill w.iiili' In von. Scleral have already dii d fn in stiriation, It would sb. ck vnu tu s ethe pen. lie going to tho pil.lie in rle in t c morning in i eon ut it ii 1 1 limine; tii.ya-.s my tie. r evert lav ui-o going I r meal ntol oreail "n s. ir.c I is thev g. t two stnnu . I ni-nl and often onlv ono or h ill .1 st .ne, traveling 10 or 1 2 miles, mill .. iv -r. Id, per st, o for natuie il. lute eah Inge and turnips -- ie to be h.i.l (bey were not s Indly oil ;.in.l i r.-hef do -s nut como soon. I e'amlwiillte redii.ed to one-third of its popul.t lion hv actual starvation. Wn.it is more Ih , t ii-, the people tire ns o nblieg i.i initios hv night, bieaking into houses and c irryiitg oil' wn.il money ami w i-n us nu-y i-ai, ..btain. I; ota-rwis" app.-opri-iii'.l, to eiribie the President tn leln le a treaty ..I is-ae-. limits, and bouuia ties with llie Itcp'ibhe ol .vlexno, to boused bv liuu in the event l. nt and tieuty. when s.uiied by the authorized ngenti ..I the iwo (iovernaieii's, ututtntv ralitied bv Mexico. s'.nti cilttortliecMit'iidiuiieof ihc same, or any pun tbereiore ;l..u and accurate accounts tor w huh expen diture shad be by bun Iransmitit d to Coucresa ut al eaily a da as practicable. juii.n . uav is, Sjeiker oj 1'ie lljust Hrpreienlatieet. U. M DALLAS. Vic: President of the U.iited Male sand. 1'tei.ileiit of the Senate. Appto-.cJ, Alarch 3, 1S17. JA.Mt.S K. I'OLK. The Sit'fTretmtruMe, Uitchie In H37 Mr. Ritchie, Iks pre-ent oi'isial .s-g-ia of Presi dent Polk, was lhe cthtorof the Richmond Kn quirer. When the Sub-Treasury was projioscd, he nude thu f.dlowiug very f.ircible i.bjectioni lo the act, now lu is it warmest advocate. Hear him : Wo liavo nl.jpcled to tho Su Treasury scheme, (so called) th it in tl e first place, ir in creis's t'te exeeuliie jfiiciT, a.retdy tm great for I'd- ll'pu'i'.ie. ; si cund, th it it contributes to en danger the security of the public funds ; and thirdly, tli it it is cilcul ittsl to produce irocr reneies, a M.rr one fir th ; en;.ile, and a better oiefnr the ;;tnern)ifnt. TI o in ire we relied on the m ilter, tho in ire we read the speeches of the orator, on h ith -id -,(." m v an tes satisfied of tic strength iflh' u'jtiuns. iluii' tin! occupants xiii, tin s to death. 1 was deprived nfsoiiio pr.iieitv in t'.i. way b 'fore I secured lhe litlle that rem iiii. I.i fict it is catch who cm, and a mm would be killed for half a e-ioivn or a loaf of bread. Th're am public Hitks going on all over the country, a id men, vioin-n and unill children a-eempliueJ on them, all striving to get a bit of Ineii'. You know tuo old saying in Ireland, we will not go till the potatoes are all pone," i allovcrnow ; if.vou have not brei ti it is hit clem n and die, or go to tiio wor!i-houc--il vou go beg ging, it i Ifgging but not getting. I Imi ajoh in the river near mv lin.l la-t September by w lich I save.l 20.. vviiichisii -irly all tho money t nt his come to my hind in six months. I went rec. ntly to the (Vninittec to get a ticket to vvoik on tl.e road, but uny person lining seven aerosol 1.11111 can get none unless lie coild say he had not a week's provisions for lus family, sol got none. Without a ticket no one cm work. J ho wages on the publicworks nro lUd, to is, pert! iv. I hivo.ilso in the mid-t oftlnvo dillicultU-s been served with noticti to quit my I in I, an I also a writ of ejectment from the f,n li ter seions. I nbtaliiul from 3, which enabled me to i-jCCtmcul wos Jt.2 ,js. in .May next we shall hiiuanddeclari-sitas Insopimon that be is not in owe three Halt-yearly rents, and its idle tothink condition to be tiled, nnd that he will not try him. A we shall bo able to keep the land, as the taxes '-u!)ody tlse can, as things now stand, he will not pro-niii-t increisetn inet't nil tho public expendi- v'L bV ",aV; We learn alsoilt-i Ju-m-i ..i.i..,...:,, .,, .!..... .. ' 1 I ""e. who vvem to Ir rreman s ce II n,tnU in ree-. V .. A Z: I . ' , IllK,1mm'-T "'?'- k" ow trial toinlly tuned to make the n,ie. ...v . .... v.w ., ,,,Cl-S III The tnisE Rit.ite His YirnnutS Retfister, whose p I'jhcniions about the fimous Chase estate bait-set lhe coiintt by the ears, j, now sironHy in clined lo th opinion th it th- story, w Tar as rehites lo ibeeMat- wis n luit gjtupbysome one to make nil-siucf. acquire notoriety, orobtnin money Itom lhe crcdiilou. ll thinks however, that money, or no mo.iev.t ie Clnses Inve been nionlv m,,i,n.,.,..i i iiive.iigiiung lhe historyol thlleient blanches of the family Welru-t this explosion will have its ellect upo-i limiliesol another niuit who appear bent on a similar wild goose chute. The case of I'rcunan The re -eemslittle prrbabdity of Freeman' eierbe I fil.r'l,,,. i, , ...,,1 ,'t .i.l. i.l. ' ...... .....ifttitii i, ' pay tho rent, while thee.Jt of tl, W"8' LIVII1L' llil their l.l.lCOSlll. rnble wreleh iiiiileTst-,,1,1 ,il.. I,. ..I ...ii ready, goingoH'iii lhe night to sale their effects tifie.l tothui fact. We have not learned whnt nrps from the landlords. It would have been better "uwt)e "-hen m relation to him. .lutuin Daily to owe them J.-50, h:l I ge io tho United 1 ,r',"r: States la-t fall, I ham proiisicns to last till I '--eaie tlio poor idiot to tho justice and meicy 1st A ril what we shall then do it-mains to l '" Heaven ; what clso, in the name of ho. iletermiiK'd. nniv can i, ,i(m v ith him I