Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 3, 1842, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 3, 1842 Page 1
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TH vol, viii.?*o. iiia mo.tons. til ree days later FHOM EUROPE. arrival of tiir COLUMBIA, at boston. Kiuthrr PartK-ulnra of tli? D?nt h of llio Duki of Oi-li-ium? The French Chamber* Muddvnly C'ul!< ?!?Prospect of Itevolu- , tlon both In l-'iancc uud (Cngiaitd?Tcrrl- j blc Olitrcii In the .'Inimf.itturlnj; OH- { (ilrts?Ulot<i In the rutt?rlc??.Mnrkctii? Tlicatrlt-uls, At-. The Columbia reached Huston on Monday morning, at five o'clock ; having left Liverpool July 19th. Tii" news is of considerable importance. The French Chambers were to be called together on the 3Gih of July, t? appoint a regency. Atrial in to he made to have The Duke of Nemours regent. In !>i-Tlnnd, ike most terrible distress prevails all over the country ; there have been serious riots in the potteri* s, and many believe the country to be on ? /he eve of a revolution. \ The Queen and family are well. She had signed her own protection bill. The money nrirket is without change ; cotton is firm and the demand large; and the demand for M-uiei ster goods improving. ' r.4Hi ! >vr, July 13th?Her Msyesty and Prince Alt>ert,:iud iheir illustrious relations,are expected to leave to-morrow (this day) after luncheon, for Buckingh mi Palace. The guard of honor, which h is Iveii doing duty there since the arrival of the court, con-i-ts of the lielit company of the 15th regim nt. undt r the command of Captain Pindar, with Lent- llutton and Wilkinson, from Windsor. Mr. Ulore, ai' sited of the palace under the Commission* of Woods and Forests, has received instructions, i* is understood, on the subject of the construe!ion and fitting up of a private clinprl in Hu -kingham Palace, for the accommodation of Her Maj'-ffty and'h court, and it will be completed by next seii.-on. Tiie elegant new pony phaeton for the Prince of Wales has been sent to the Royal ,v) w ; ;t Pimlico. It is painted the usual color of 1'r \l ij-^'ty's equipages, Pompadour vermillion, ?ri>l rr.t i i.e drawn by four ponies or two with youths fur postillions Ita weight doe? not exceed 2.K) lbs. Pnrllnmentury Nrnnmmy, (a the Lords, on Friday, the 15th, the Queen's Personal Protection Bill was read u third time and pas e 1 The New South Wales Bill was read a second time, and the Mines and Collieries' bill was comniiiteil. In the Commons, Mr. Gladstone obtained bave to bring iu a bill to amend the tariff in respect to cement stone. In committee of supply several votes were passed, including -ome grants to the colonies. Mr. Glad ston" announced I hat corn from Malta would pay th>* foreign ntc of duty. In the Lords, on Saturday, the lfith, the royal nstwai w.is giveuby commi-sion to 6*?veral bills, inchHing the Queen's I'roteclion Bill. In ili - Commons, Sir J. Graham said that reports <f. oiij dUturb mces whii:h had receuily occurred in lilt* 1'oUerv districts hud reached the governitiMt, hut there was nothing of an alarming nature. T11 ncc<* :- ?ry precautions had been taken for the )r ervm-n of lii peace, for which fmrt>ose a small l)iliur\ force had been found suflicient. He ulso dis.-rved th it it was not the intention of her Majesty'* .. . riiurni to bring in their bill for the regulain .Mil factories, on account ol the advauc?<! i er: < ( ?>t* ill -ession. 1 i i i - f, : , o.i Monday, the lHih, the Lord C r i < li r stated the nature and object of three bills ofuhiciih' hi I given notice, which referred to rtv law of Mmkruptey, th;- court of chancery, and cituity courts. lathe Common?, Sir II. fnglis postponed his mo* tbfl for c'nufch exteoMoo, Ihe government having ;.?>;iii ed tocon -ider the subject during the recess iji'i; hi'tire ?i>in!? inio committee of supply, Mr. Sn-.-i w -in iato u detail of the various appointments srsfi :te s of K tr! de Grey's administration, and conttn-f-d tli ti t'i'?e appointments had been of a politioil character, not only in civil offices, hut in the h^hiM situ it to is in the administration of the laws. ' h v '.v re rio instances where offices of emolu n?'il an.I hon >r had been conferred on Toman Caholi-s. The Ma iniinness of Waterford*?By letters receive.I by i;le l.imily connections on Saturday la t, tVuin Ourrachmore, we learn her ladvoiii|> will early i'i til present week be able to |oin the family circl** assembled at that princely ee>tl ller lailyship is rapidly recovering from her recent accident, and it h fully expected a f^w weeks will entirely restore her ladyship's health. Disn'rbanfxs in the P<rrrKitiK? ? Intelligence w.is received 111 liinninghnm on July 18th, that Bur.?!em, the metropolis of the Staffordshire I'otten<*-, win in a state of alarmiiiK disturbance. The bad trade a-jd a " turnout" among the miners have ? -liously affected the men employed in the lotteries and iron-works; and Mr. Sparrow, the owner of vrv extensive works at Burslem, had just made a r<* leiiou ol 7d a week ineach man'swages; which, it i said, will in the aureate make a difference in hi* weekly outlay of iJ3l)0. That was the immediate can- of the noting ; and on Wednesday Burslem, llanley, Stoke. Tunstal, and Line End, the ohi I towns of the 1'otteries, were all involved in tli?- disorder. Tiie men who had turned out, to the number of some thousand*, visited the collieries, ir.?rwoi-ks, and potteries, whew m? were to be I i.ii i who a id accepted Mir reduced scale of wages, and in smiie i:i-tances inflicted personal violence tiptui iti i wlmm thuy found penceably engaged at wiiia. At l'eiitf?n I'ark, ooe man was thrown into sc? di:isj hot wa er. Tfie force o| the insurgents is coin,'lit ! it (J.OOO, and it occupied a tract of land s?vn unirs i.i extent. Moat-load* of allies wore bnught from Bliston and other manufacturing distritu of South StatFordshire. The Yeomanry were caled out, and a troop of the Third Dragoons brought from Birmingham. t>n Thursday nearly 7;H coliiers assembled at llanley, nbout hals-pnat ten i,i IK-I IIIU!.'. and were addreswd bv one of their leal- rs, wlio i 1J tiicm to be (?e iceable, mill not to vi?Mt? Kic I iw: ili.it their object* were to be nuinec by force of argument, and not by pliv^icul force; th'L th military had l>een summoned ; (the 12tlt Ue|nu:itt (Foot had arrived from Wh-edon ;) iiUtth i:. tw lonjf oj they were iH'aceable, the Riot Actcoul I not he read, and the military coulJ not in tenure: at t!ie name lime, they mast be tirm inth.-ir detirtni i ition to r- -cure the lawful objects which t>i Mi I n view Alter thisaddrcxs, tlicy proceeded t? Oh-.idle, about fourteen or fifteen miles off, audc >1:1,1 ll'-ii or induced tin- colliers there to de>tT .mi work, it issai.l, that about 10,t*K) percons h iv: been thrown ont of employment. Many of the potfr.shav-1 ii^ii obliqed to stop their works tor ih-w.ui ot co il, which would throw about I,(WO out of n- On l*r 1 ly utominjthe Market-place at Hanley*'s crowtl ! and every thing continued uusettl ' ' < t! . w il.! - district; but no further outrage hitaken place. It must b? observed, with referent to wh it h s;i -I! above about no violence h .v|'i< bi i n n I'd. th it it appears th<" colliers weie all frmed with sticks mid bludgeon#. I ts Hh' ahiv i. I'istrks* am. ovkh Lngi.axd.? TIi iccouiits Irum ih" manufacturing districts contian ! o be of the m wt alarinin* and feartui charao trr. The distrem and starvation that exists in every ptrtnf the country is appalling in 'he extreme; vnd witlnut - iin- mi rnvement in trade *pcrdily lakes plae, it is dillicuittoaay what will be the result ol the novinents which are everywhere taking place 11 Staffordshire, and other di?tri*iHot the 1'oiterie*, the Jolliers art* goin* about in bauds demanding i .ri" nations from the tradesmen; and unless they ?.:i ill/ return to their labors, the potters will b-thr'^ i out of work by the want of coal. Yeomanry an I too,' arc pouring into Xewcas le u ider-Lyne a.idih'* a Ijoiniaa place*, unil serious collisions are |; c\ > c d, (hough as yet it does not appear t1, it-in;'-erio i disturbance* have occurred. In M itihe .ter, Lveds, and Stockport, the excitement i'- ininenj", and some idea of the state of things in th" I: t n mvd place mav fie formed from tlie fact tuifh following resolution has been adopted at a m 'fiii'i of the Anti CoTB Law Association held at li ili ac " |. r I -.ieriig thi' country to hp on the eve of a revolu i I, ri I ti.'inK at'erlv without hope that the leni*latnre Willi-'O" I jmuce to tna ?t irring mil I ion , s requisition b? f.) h * it li iireptre I, ligneif, unit forwarded to the mem. T< -r -?f?hm t>.>..>ugh, culling upon tlicm (in conjunction with her Liiiersl memhen), to offer every opposition ami liri^i:n n1 ti tlm'n\??i<vi ofa proitrate people, for the pi < of ? ]i ,i<]-tixlng ariitocrary?that the wheels of i!in.nt ni-iy ha at onre Arretted thr mijh the rejae Uo *i' prevention of votriiof (apply." R)!i? meetings have been hold at Ia-ed?, Liverpo . and n variety of otli-r places, tit which the spt i^cr* have i idulgad in a strain ot lanstu;'** of the E NE !VE\1 most dangerous and revolutionary character. In Stockport it is slated that the amount paid in i wages haw been reduced K.IHKJ pet week, and Item , B to lo,(MK) persons have been deprived of work* A number of audit irntUniiUa have been closed in Manchester, including two belonging to William Guest, ; I'll*}., by which upwards ol'ttH) hands have been de- ; privud ol the means of subsistence There ran be I no denying the fact that there exists in the country an immense amount of want nnd misery; but ut ! the sum* rime there ran be no doubt but that the , policy pursued by one ol the political sections ol the : country is very detrimental, which,_ instead ol alleviating the many who are suffering from want, 1 only tends to keep active a spirit of hostility the ; government, and thereby endangering the safety of tin* riiiinitu Til.. A ..i ri..I .aw CniitiTeilOe have : issued another circular, calling upon the |>eopieto i hold meetings unci send deputation to London to i consult with the l'ii?ue, and to see!; an interview, i not only with Sir Hubert Peel, but the vhole cabinet, and lay before the member- ol the same such an account of the state ot trade a* shall. it i* thought, i induce (them to prolong the sitting of parliament, | and reconsider the question? of a repeal of the corn 1 and other provision laws. Tiik Troubi.es is England-?A memorial, which received 30,000 signatures in one day, has been for- ' warded by the people of Manchester to M. Philip", 1 and M. Gibson, Etqrs , Members for that horonxh, for presentation, which shows that they believe the country to be on the eve ol a revolution ; that th<;v are utterly without hope that the Legislature will accord them justiec, and requesting their representatives. in common with all the Liberals of the House of Commons, to stop all supplies to Government. There are five c ompetitors from Oxford tor the Head-mastership of Hu?hy school, and seven from Cambridge. The annual income is estimated at about JtMOOO. Lauokst Stbameu in the Wobi.o?Orders were received at Woolwich during the past week to build a war stenm-vessel of verv lanrc dimensions, to be named "Th? Dragon." The order has been countermanded, so fur as regards her being built at Woolwich: but she will he immediately commenced at Sheernees or Chatham, most probably at the laiter port. Some idea may be formed of the stupendous magnitude of this vessel, when it is stated her engines are to be of the immense power of 800 horses. The Devastation, and other lir.-i-class steamers at nrn^nl in flw oaruino ....I,, ...u IOO i - ?.7 v,. ? horse-power Phizk-Figutisg at Manchester.?Three of these brutal exhibitions were announced t>y the Fancy'* to come off on Monday last. The spot selected w?9 near Stayley bridge, about 3(i miles from the town, where, amidst a scene of great riot and con1'i-ion, the first, between Norley and Russell, for ?50 a-fide came off?the latter of whom was so injured that he died on FrWuy morning The other two were prevented by magisterial tntluence ; but, nothing daunted by the fate of the former, two of the other fancy resolved to settle th#ir attain in a field, on the Eccles road, about two miles from the town, at the early hour ot three o'clock in the morning. Between 2i)0 and 300 provincial patrons of the pugilistic nrt were present; but utter two or three round* had been fought, the police arrived, who, after some resistance, succeeded in capturing one of the combatants, with two of the seconds. Theatrical, Musical, ?.Vc ?Charles Ivean and lady have gone to Antwerp, to spend the summer on ihe Rhine. Mrs Kean is enrifntr. The ttricals, owing to tl e depressed state of trade, are at a very low ebb, mid news appertaining to them exceedingly scanty. Miss Adelaide Kemble, Miss Hajnforth, and n ilfe have been playing with success in Dublin. Miss Grant, of the Theatre Royal, Ururv L ine, is playing with great eclat in Liverpool. At the Italian Opera House on the 18th, II Puritanic was performed with the fallowing cant: Elvira^ Madame Persiani; Enrichette, Madame Ballini; < Jiorgio, Sign or Lablache ; Walton, Signor Panzini: I> icardo, Signor Giorgio Ronconi; Brown Sig'ior Oalli; and Arturo, Signor R ubini. Retween the acts of the opera Madlle Guy Stephen and M I'errot will dance the original Tarantella The new div'ertisment by M. Perrot, entitled, " lTne Soiree de Carnaval " The principal characters by Madlle. (Yrito. Madlle. Louise Flenry, Medllea. Camilla, i Co|?era, (ralby, Benard, and Bryen, and Madlle. 1 < uv Stei>han: M D.-snlaces. M umlnii- M. tir>?- I lin. and Mr. Perrot. Tlie following Pas introduced: The Cachucha, by M-idlle. Cerito anil M. IVrroi; the Cracovienne, by Madlle. i?n; Stephan; the celebrated Gallop from Beniowsky, by MadMe. Cerito and M. Perrot; a grand Galop, by M-idlle. C rito, Madlle. Guy Stephen, M Itesplnces, M. Perr?t. At the Havmarket the came night there whs the following: "The Way to Keep Him," Sir Bashful Constant, Mr.Farren ; Sir Brilliant Fashion, Mr. Vining : Lovemore, Mr. 1! Holl; the Widow Belmore, Mrs. Nisbett; Mrs. Lovemore, Mrs. K Yarnold : Lady Constant, Mrs. Malone Raymond ; Muslin, Mrs. Clover. At Sadler'* W<lls they are playing "Mazeppn,"' and "Timour the Tartar." Ilroadloot, Herbert, Mrs. E. Barnet, and Miw Richardson, are there. At the New Strand, they are playing the " 1 K-vtl and Dr. Faustua," " Lucky Stars," " Boots at the Swan," and " Doings in Bond street;" the Bidgways, Keeb-y Maynurd, Aitwood, Henry Sanders, lienn, H Hall, Mrs. Melville, Mrs. Xuyl<>r, Airs. Scott, and Mrs Keeley are there. At Miss Kelly'B theatre, F. Williams, Harris, Grafton, Garth, Miss Darcus, and Mrs. Harris are playing. Misb Kelly heraelt was playing Marian Rannay. At the English Q|x;ra House variety is not wanting. After u nautical drama, a land drama, and a farce, came the first performance of a grand burlesque ballet, with the distinguishing feature ofa poetical dialogue. "Griselle, or Dancing Mad," though a " Legend of St Vitus," i? indebted for its birth to the Giiselle of Messrs. St. (ieorges and Cautliier At this house, .I.Vininu, F. Mathew s Oiddear, Bland, Harley, O. Smith, Miss Murray, Miss Pincott, Misw Faucit, Mr. Iluntby, Mn. Humhv, and Oxberry, are playing At the Victoria, Saville, Dale, Gardner, Paul, Mi?w Vincent, and Miss Martin, are the principal actors. At the Surrey, Miss Romer, Mrs. Serle, Miss E. Terrey, LefHer. W. Harrison, and J. Web-ter, were playing in the "Love ?pell." " Macbeth" was also played there. France. The Parisian i>aper' arc tilled with mutters growing out of the late melancholy death of the Duke of Orleans. The lirst expression? of griet and regret which they nvtde at the untimely death of the Frinec, are giving place to political party. The re gency question is at present the most dominant one in Paris. A Royal Ordonnance convoking the Chambers lor the 26th instant has been issued, and is known to be lor the purpose of passinsr a Regency Bill; and iii parties oegm lo regarti tin* question hk the tii>t trial of strength. The 9emi-minist?*riiil |oarrnl? announce ihutlie intention of < ?overnm?*nt und of the King i* to have (he Iluke of Xeinours ap,<onited Kegenf, the Duchess of Orleans remaining tutorera of her ehil Ireu. No sooner was this known than opposition begun to cab il ag naitl it. It w.i? first of all dlcged tli it the Domination of a Itegent would re jiiir h dotation, or vote of money, for the Duo de NVmourn, which miglit be avoided by declaring i lie Duchess of Orleans Regent; and (lie respective merit* of the Duchess and h^r brother-in-law were pa-wed in review |r has b-en alleged that M. Thiers Inn already and openly es|?on.-ied the Regency of the Duthens of ()rlean*. Other accounts, however, state that M Thiers, who was at Marseilles on ih" 11th, could not receive li linc-tof the new t tfe of ihintr-* till the IH1I1, and could not be in Pari" More the 15>th, so ilia' the side h" in.iv espouse may be surmised, but canno' be known. TIk C?Hfe(te de France, aCarlist print, denies the rizht of the Chambers to name a decent. La Franc, another print of the same color, b untly says, "that I'rovideuce, having e||iced the name ot the Duke de Orleans from the page, In? thereby shown : . e -I.- r. .i. r 11 I !.. ?D Iiii' iiium ui vvri'liiH I'MUf-oi I?iru-1" \ 111 Mir lien of it." In short, the heads ot the Legitimists, somewhat turned hy the elections, in winch they count thirty-five Royalists elected, nave been turned quite crazy t?v the death of Louis Philip)*!'* heir The Constitutionnel seeing thin, exclaims, " It is time for every one to return to his flag-" The remains of the Duke of Tirana are to be interred early in Angnst, at l>reux(; but the funeral ceremony will he conducted ut the Notre Dame. The Pari letters state, that the French government was, notwithstanding the absorbing nature ot the vi?itaii?n that h id befallen the King and country, inoeasuiitly occupied in bringing 10 a clow the negotiations for ft treaty of commerce between France and Belgium. Tue Debat.i sayai?"A Prince ever to be regretted lias |>"ti-hed. Let us weep for the |oa?; let lis console his noble family by manifestation* of afl'eclion. Let France watch over the orphan Prince, the noble and affecting inheritance left us by their father. Let the remembrance of the Duke of Orleans be their protection Public grief is but too jnst lor a young and beloved I'rince?a Prince full of hop" and promise h is perished ; but our institutions rein.lin, and they are our own work. The monarchy h erect, and the king and his children -tiatain it. The Ch unben.our I)*puties, the Deputies ot France, nra about to give to us the unpxiri of the national will. The Legmiuiiwv will t*r<>vid? |-?r i w vo r YOllK. WEDNESDAY ? every thing, and the destinies ufa great rut ion will not. unless it should abandon i Use It, toe at the mercy ol one of iho-e terrible, but ordinary accidents, 10 winch even the moat precious lives are exposed." Tue CouMitutionnel speaks thuslirielly of the convocation of th-* Chambers"This measure is entitled to our entire approbation On tin* sad and solemn occasion, the representative^ ol the country tniuit rally around the throne, and convey to it the homage and the consolation of France. There is besides a very grave tptesiion to he submitted to it, viz. that of the Hegencv. This cannot lie postponed, for the decision ol the Chambers will he an immense gu irantee for the country." The "Courrier Fraue.tii," alluding to the ltegen cy question, says?" in<' King no <ioul)t will live long enough to resume and continue, tor the benefit of hi- grandson, the great task wlii h talis ii|M>n all founders *>l" dyuaMies France, however, r? quires, to be insured against all events that may h.ipi>eii ? The heir t<> tlie thr >ne being an infant just out of it? cradle, it beconws necessary to con.itu 11 (e a Ilex ucy which may exi.rrise the Koy.il functions during the minority ot theCoutii de Paris, in ca?e of a demise ot the Crown. This will lit the tiot duty ot I the ('handlers about to meet. France still wishes to maintain what she established in and she is sufliciemly strong to enforce her will. We tnn.-t not, however, disvruiae from ourselve* the fact that the disastrous accident which hassnatched the I hike of Orleans from the Kovul family and the country, is of a nature to reviv tit. pretensionsol certain p rties. Believing the existing government ?<? have been weakened, thev will become more continent and enterprising. It is, therefore, the duty of die Poweis that be, to do that which will render all these endeavors impotent and vain." The " iMoniteur" publishes the following lloyal Ordinance :? " Louts Philip)**, King of the French?To nil whom these presents shall come greeting? "Having considered the 12 articles of the constitutional charter, we have commanded and do command as follows:? "Article 1?The Chamber of Peers and the Chamber of Deputies, which by our urdin ince of the 12th of June, 1842, were convoked lor the of August following, will assemble the 2Gth of July insr. "Article 2?Uur Minister Secret irv of r ta'i' lor the D-partnient of the Interior is charged with the execution of the present ordinance. "At the Palace ofNeuilly, tlie 14th July, PS42. "The Muiiste r Secretary of State for the I i.p.irtment of Interior, T. Du< itATt:i.." The Moniteur contains also the following circular frtiin the .Minister of the Interior to the Prelects throughout France :? PAUIS, .Talv 14,1842. "Monsieur le Prefet?France is in mourning for the heir to the throne. No festival can take place on the anniversary of the days of July The funeral service in honor of the victim-; will lie performed, deceive the assurance of my distinguished consider ation. T. UrciIATEL." Massed were celebrated yesterday in all the churches of Paris for the repose of the soul of the Duke of Orleans. The Queen was for three hours on her knees by the side of the m.ittrass on which her dying son lay extended. At her liist arrival she took a small tlie <idi irom tier uosoin, wnere it nau rested ever since the d.iy shereceived her first comm< >n, nnd placed it on the heart of her beloved ch11 "The Duke of Orleans," says fne Univers, pears to have had the presentiment of .in early death; for he said, two days before the lute dn ister, to the l'rincess Clementine, who wass|?eaking to him of ttie glorious chances of his future lite. 'I shall die voting:, fUter ; 1 -hall die shortly.''' II-t Royal tlijjlinesa the Duchess of Orleans, arrived at Neuilly on Saturday Morning. The ,:M interview between the bereaved w do\v aild the illustrious mourners at the cliatitenu was, as may be imag.ned, of the most harrowing description. C'ould it be otherwise under the loss of such a husband, such a son ? H?r Royal Hi,'hnes.-< drove rapidly to Nenilly without entering i'aiis. The blinds of her carri iRe were entirely rlo.-ed. Arrorsv and Embalmment or tiik Tlonv.?Dr.Pasiptirr, f;r.-t surgeon oi tlie Prince Royal, assisted by \|. Pasquier, Ins father, who i=tirst surgeon to the King, and Messrs. Fotupiier, Amity, Moreau, l inuin, Hlache, Destouches, Rauve, and S-guin, flu eminent physicians and surgeons, proceeded on Friday, in the presence of Geneial li.irou Aiiului, ilie King's aide-de-camp, specially delegated by bis Maesty to perform the antop>y ot ihe body of the Duke of Orleans. Ft commence! at seven in the morning, and lasted till eleven. The resnltuwere :? First, that the death of the f'rince was caused by a fracture of tile posterior pail of the skuil extending from one ear to the other, and ascending to the frontal bone, which was almost entirely severed from the head. Secondly, that all th** other organs of his Royal Highness were perfectly sound, and in such a state of preservation as to admit of a belief that the Prince, whose constitution Was excellent, and whose mode of living was admirably regular, would have lived to a great age. Another re.-ult from the ,iutO|>sy is a conviction, in the m udsof the faculty, ihnt ihe head of the Prince had sustained all the force of the fall, as no other part of Ins Royal Highness' |ter*on was seriously injured, nnd they inter ha I lie did not 'imp out of his carriage, hiii was thrown out suddenly by some violent shock, while he was standing n.> A proees verbal of this d.'lie.ite operation will of coury be drawn up in due 1 ....'! I. . I.. 1 . iir' .i iwilll, mill w 1,1 |>l ?M MIM V "' ill.ltl' jMMM H". v> Hie auto|isy was completed the proce-s of embalmment was performed by the same medical commission. This occupied five hours more, being |>erfecfed by half-pjiat five in the afternoon. At that hour Baron Atli lin called in all the household officers of the Iviog and Princess, I lien at Neuilly, to be present at and verify the depositing of ihe remains of the defunct in the collin prepared to receive then. In their presence the hodv wns wra-oed in u wax cloth, and laid in a leaden coffin, which was lined with whit" satin, the head being raised on a pillow which was covered with the same material Over the body was placed the Prince Itoyal's uniform of a general oll'cer, with his epaulettes, hi-< riband, and other insignia of the order of the Legion of Honor, his sword, and l is Vlriean kepy. This done, the interstices were filled up with wadding. The proces verbal was then signed by the p-r-ons present, rolled up, put into a bottle. hermetically sealed, and placed in the coHin, which wa* immediately after soldered up, mid enclosed in an oak case covered with blat'K velvet, and ornamented with silver nails, escutcheons, and handles Th" heart of the Prince was in like manner enclosed in an urn of lead, cased with oak. covered with black velvet. The clergy were men admitted, and they sprinkled the august remains with holy water. This being done, the coftin and urn were carried h:ick into the chapel, and replaced on the cenott' h. The funeral rhaunts were immediately recommenced,and will be continued until th? hna! interment in the vnultsat Dreux. When the mbalmment was coinpli t 'd, the Queen called in Mr. Pasrpiier. iun , and received from him the acc nt of thereat can-e of the denth of the I'rinc ! <?n Thursday evening, M. Pradier admitted into the cb ip'-i, and took caats of t face, hands and feet of the illustrious corpse. .V [)e L'albeux, director of the Iloyal Mnm-uni*. superintended this operation The features ofhi? Koyal 1 lighness were not at all altered by death. They still expressed his natural benign serenity. The work was entirely r..i i .1 .. . .i. .. \r t> i ?fiii iii' rr i** in? iluinii ui.u .m i muicr will produce h perfect resemblance of the lamented Prince, of whom th**re is oily oik* truly faithful portrait, thnt recently finished by M. Ingres, which is denned one of the master-pieces ot tlint (jrp.it arti?t. a^otrxckm*nt op the MKf,ANcnr>i.v event To rim Ih kk of Nemoirs ?A telegraphic despatch, per Metx, h id made the sad !? ?- known to M. Arnault, prelect of the Meurthe. who immedi ately oominunicated it to Oeneral yilUtte. The General undertook to convey the intelligence to the prince; hut on coming to perform his ptinful ta.-k was so pale and agitated ih it hi* royal highness conceived him to be taken suddenly ill, and kindly inquired what was the matter with him. "Oh, Sir' replied Creueral Villatte, "terrihle news has arrived from Paris!"' " I understand you " exclaimed the prince, "the King is killed." "No, sir; but the Prince Royal is no more, lie died yesterday nt Paris, in consequence of a fall from his rHrriage" This painful scene p i*=ed al ?ev-*n in the momin?, in the presence of numerous of>ie,>ry collected lor an inspection ol the quarters of the 1-t regiment of Munsars, v tich was under the command olthe Prince Koynl i 1SJ0, and lilled every one with grief; the re?iginient more deeply than others, hoc.iiisc it had to deplore l!ie lofs of hill) who had been its young hut intrepid Colonel A < soon as the Duke ac N>motir* could rnu-'c himself frotn the first n:id overwhelming effects of this bitter news, he give or.leri for his departure At Hligny lie met M llertin oe Vaux. who was on his way to Plomhieres, nnd received from him the details 'of the disastrous catastrophe The Duke wrs attended by one of his orderly officers, M. Rorel de llretizel. Avothkh Accountof nil Death ofthf. Di'kf. ii? Ont.ka.ns.?It is not true,a-< ha? been reported,that the horaeswere fri^hten^d by the fallin r down npon tham I ot a front boot, a.* the carriage had no boot nr peat on the fore wheels. Fvery part of the carriage was i iu perfect order, having been carefully examined in 1 1R K 1 tfORNING, AUGUST 3. the morning, a duty uniformly performed previously to any of th>* royal carriages being used by the lamily The horses wre not ft ightened by any tiling, nor did Uiey r-uddenly run nwav. The accident arose in ihe foiiovviii,' manner; The Dukeot Orleant* in returning from 1'aris was accustomed to t.ike the avenue I'-.idinfrom the I'orte Maillott to hi." residence ol Viihcrs, and troin llience obtained entrance to the I'ark of Neuillv by the eale, which id opi>osite to this avenue. Hut on Wednesday bun rnyal highness wished to go by the road which Croat**Eiablonville obliquely to the old Veuilly road, and then ent -r the park by the grand Kate. Having been driven very faM. the lion-en on reiiehmg the I'orte Maillot became excited, mid in spite of the exertional I 'he postillion took the roud to which they were habituated, in tend of the diagonal road the J'rtuce intended togo. fiuii'iig tiien>?-lvc* a(?|H*oachiug liieir stable*, the animals became t>(ill more eager, and the hoi^e tli?ln>y ro?le kicked nut ..V . r..l I'llll... ^...1 fl-.l It il... .. I 1. ? the nature ol the Cdrriage came rutlier close to h haunches. Then it was that the Huke i-tood up, and taneying that the |>ot-tillii>11 had lot all command

ot Ins horses. called to him. The hoy replied that he -till held them, and in fact the hand lion4' was nerfertly temperate, the lad lirm in his .-eat, and pulling at the bridle. Not succeeding in getting them into >i trot, the Prince, who was extremely eX|>ert in gymnastic exerci-es, uiteiupted to do what lie had frequently practif-.d before while hia carriage was moving, but probably not with the same velocity lie put one loot on the step, and then sprang to the ground. The fatal consequences are too well known. Thev are sadly igsravated by;the (act,that had his Koyal Ilighuev. forborne but a lew minutes longer he would have been spared to hie family and country. It is presumed that the Prince saw, that il the horses continued unmanageable, the cairiage must be overturned with considerable violence over some heaps of stones which were laid on the side of the road for the purpose of repairing it. Sources or PnosTirt TioN is Paris.?The mis* tresses of the house* of Tolerance have in their pay agents in the different hospitals, who form acquaint* um e with the handsomest of their fellow patients and, on their repirt, the dame de nt iison enters into a trt ,Uy with tiie ^irl^ thn elected, and maket theni a present of clothe*-, and a weekly tillowunct ol lour or live francs duting the remainder id theii stay in the hospital, the agent her-elt receiving t much higher remuneration. 'I hese selections chtct ly take place from among girls out ot place, anc workwemen without employment, who, on leavint the hospital, have 110 alternative before them bill famine or vie.1. The houses of the lower class art recruited from the prisons by similar ugency. .Man) t.l the dames dc inaison obtain their recruits bv the aid of correr.|Kindents in the country, es|K*cially it the manufacturing departments; ttiey often etnploj regulur travell- rn for the sutne purpose ; and not a few are in league with the perrons who keep office* ic?r inr Hiring cu wrviinus wno, wirnniii Pinorsr. when a cirl more than usually handsome appliei for u place, send her to the address of one 01 the most showy of the licensed rnuisons The train is so well hud that it very gene rally succeeds? (littery, dre*>, luxuries of all sorts, conquer her repugnance, and she devotes herself ti: ii life of shame, without even being awnre that sh< lias been the victim of a conspiracy. Kspecial car* istnken tokeeptln'se unhappy creatures totally penni le^s, lest th"y should emancipate themselves fr<?ir ihe thraldom they endure ; and if they are suspect ' d ot economizing, e\ery art is used to lead then into extravagance In the more splendid establish inenLs, personal iiululgencics ate granted to them it < xeess; y*-j, no son- -r does disease attack th< rr than th??y are h'tni I >(V without sympathy or re mow from the very c. ;trc of luxury to the nvl in choly wards of a hospital.?Qiiartcily Revirtr A;t Pan*?Itsdangcrv'w< ( [atsis. Hpnln. Madrid journals of tiie Sihanddth July have hem received. It appears from the answers drawn from ministers by Senator Mari'-uii, thu? *n the month ol December, Sir Robert Peel forwarded to \!r A.-hfontbe heads of a treaty "f commerce, with tiuthor tv to communicate with the Spiuii-h mimstei tiier?'U|K) i, and that a note had been drawn up a! the Midget-lion <.f S-nor Gonz ! , v.ii!<-h w is la vorabb- to tlie views of the liriti^ii Minister. A rti mor of th" prop-r*'. I arrangement h vwb transpired however, the I'stalonian lejitities interpo ed, nn< Senoiv Kull w -i induced to pledze himself that n? further s _'i;should l.c taken in the malii r. Il<"nr< the indefinite ada;urnment ot the proposed treaty The new ministers appear determined to observe i strict neutrality in the matter. Portugal, Lisbon news has been received to the l!th JJ3 brought by the l!oyal I'ursteanier. The Porto auese ('ort'1. were o|w*ned by the Queen on the loth The following m the Queen's speech :? Tur. Qcr.r.Vii 3f?:r.cit.?"Worthy Pwv? of the King' <tom, imi O ntlem-n Deputies of th*1 Purt:i?jm-'e Nut ion The desireof the nation, mmlfi ;'!iv! in tlvue kingdom;: has determined me, >n tlit 'li?r'::rge of the most (tut), to dee I ire in full vjgdr, ns (h* fiinlnmrntsl lnw ol th* stti'e, the e??n?titiitioual elmrt'r ol the monarch*. Kranuti i>v my i. . - ... I.e your tn*k to cootoliaate ii, b?'I to ) ou I confide it to K carried into effect. " I continue to receive from the Soverijpi* my allien iti*f:ictory demonstration* of friendship a ail pence, anil mj t ioveriimurit uill be incewunt in it* endeavor* toe*, tend our political and commercial relation*. " 1 hive vvitni'SMd with much <ati?faction the arrival at my courl of ilie Internuncioof Inn Hoiine*.*. The great virtue* and high intelligence of the holy fiither are a mctire pledgr of concord, and that the f.uiitanian church without infringing on the prerogative* of the Crown whirh my Government will ever maintain, will enjoy the peace which i? no much wantod (or the prcaetTaUor of public or 'er and tor tranquility of conscience. At the rime time, it in with (frnat pleamire that 1 announce to yot: the arrival in thin court and the presentation of their ere dentin!* of the representative* ot 'he King* of Prussia aiu Sardinia. " T>vo treatie* w hich I have entered into with her Ma je?ty the Queen of Great Britain are signed, and will b< presented to vou immediately after their ratification ; on< of them ha* for it* object the suppression of the tlavi trail- : the o'her to strengthen our mutual relation* o commerce and navigation. "The e*tima'e of the receipt! and expenditure* of tin current year will be lai<' before von. " I hope from the pntrioti*m of the Corteti all it* atten tion in the dl*charge ofit* function* for at once fixing thi bi*es of the *y*tem of finance, for developing anew thi i npnHant r<r*ource* of our ultramarine ;>os*e<*ion*, an. for improving all the brnnchoa of the administration o th<*?e kingdom*. " The setsion i* opened." Orrmanj', The Nuremberg Correspondent FtHfen that tin town of Breszow, in Galitza, has l>een totally con finned by fire. The Ion* is estimated at 3<X),00( llnrins. There are five subocriptiona now open a Vienna for the (-offerers by as ninny great fires. The Frankfort Journal announce* that h singula duel wisfoiigbt Ht Cologne on fbe JOtli instant, be t ween a I'ruwi in officer and n priest, in which tlx officer was wounded. Hamhi rh. Julv II ?TTnto the 14th of lasf montl the cum of 42,631 marks Banco was remitted fron lliira for the relief of the sufferers f?y the fire h Hamburg. oncadfrr, Htotm f ' many.?On the 5th o July, about cix in the afternoon, n storm from th< west and northwest entirely laid w iste the environ of sixteen villages in tin principality of ilalborstad and the county of Mansfield, and of several village in the Duchies of Anhalt Dessau anil Anhalt Ham burg. The hailstones were ns Urge as pigeon' eggs, and some twice that size, And weighed tw< ounces. Small birds, pigeons, poultry of all kindand a great qn intity o( game were killed ; person who were in the fields were wounded, and one mm was found dead. (>n many fields not n slvaf of cori remains standing, and if cannot he di?tingui*hci where potatoes, turnif . iVc. were growing. Th fruit?cherries, plums, v c.?which promis-d a mot abundant crop, was ben:en down with the branchej The town of Krmslebrn ilone has lost 400 ncres ?i flax?cost HO dollars per ncre, which makes 12,Oil dollars. The damage dona to the fruit, to the rooff and windows, is immense. Austria. According to accounts from Vienna the dividem on the share > of the Rank of Vienna for the first hal year of 1S12 was declared at .11 florins per nhare whilst in 1M11 the rat'* wan 3S florin*. The pum o 255.H&5 llorins was carried over from the first hal year to the second : whilst the reserve surplus thi year was only 3t>,2fiM florin", from which it rrny b< interred that the dividend for the next six^nonth will be less tha the one recently declared. lUly. Thk Riot at M vftn a ? The Augsburg Gazette o the 12ih lulv, publishes the following details of th< lste disturbance at M intna For some time |?u? several young men, excited by fanatical preachers had resolved to persecute th* Israelites of the town and only waited n favorable opiwirfunity to carr their d' ?isrns into execution, On the 30th of .June one of these |>ersons meeting some Israelites in coffee house, kicked nnd struck one of them j (parrel immediately earned between the Christian and IrTaelite^. The commandant of the town arrive ?but was Assaulted by the ringleader of the rioteri who tore his decoration from his brea?-t. Th? trooj then arrived and the tumult became general. Ther were several killed and wounded amongst the peoph HERA 1842 The dUturbttnce lusted three days, during which time no Israelites dared to quit ttieir houses. Or, der whs at length restored ou the arrival of troojis ; from VeroiiB. Pl'UMala. Some di?tutl>anreH broke out nt Prague on thr 3d July, occasioned by a sausage maker having deooy- ! i-d a young man into his premises, from which th~ individual w.is never seen to come out. Strange surmises arc:-'1 us to his tale, b'll the man had been let out at a back door. The populace, however, became very riotous, and threatened to pull down the house. 'I tie military force was called in, mid with difficulty and a l< w wounds, the riot was put down. ruhsin. Up ro the 13ih June,660 merchantmen had arrived in the ports of Rig*, und:fc>I had already left. The value of the import* was 1,?22,216 silver rubles, and that of the exports -1,559,(Wo ,-ilver rubles. Turkey, i Constantinopi.k, June 27ili ?The Syrian question is making no progress The I'orte contends, in anawer to the representations of the representa lives of England, France, and Aus-tria, thai the reportB of the Maronites are incorrect, and that the i Syrian authorities are not guilty ol i he excess imputed to (hem, and tltat before any decision can he come to, further inquiry must he made. In consequence ol repeated squabbles between British Coni tular Agents m Turkey aiid the Turkish authorities. Sir Stratford Canning addressed a circular to the Consular body, which, on being communicated to the Hivan, afforded the greatest pleasure to the Sultan and the Grand Vi/.ier. We hud a report a day or two ago, that M. Mavi rocordato, the (irerk ambassador, was on the eve of gaining his point by bringing the Porte to discussions concerning the desired commercial treaty be t ween Turkey and Greece. This is incorrect. The Divan continues m debate on the subject, hut has not vet come to a decision about it. Tfic Greek patriarch died hist week, and the . community has elected in his place Yermaiios, the r archbit-hoii of Therapias whose nomination will probably in ihe course of the day be confirmed by the Porte. 1 do not know the politics of the new pre. late, hut he U pro'iably 1! uasian, or he would hatdly have been chosen. China. Sir Charles Xanier, now commanding the Poena Division of the Indian army, is to proceed to Allghanistan in October next There is a desire to l>ermil General I'ollock to reap the h-irve?t for which lie has so well toiled ; but Lord Lllcuborough has determined, we understand, to place in that part ot our dominions a large European force, and a tried General in the rougher sort of warfare than that to which Indi in Generals are exposed. Little doubt seems to lie entertained in India that Dot-t Malioniined would be replaced on the throne of Cahool; indeed, Eastern hi-lory sh' w? us, th-itthe fiist step to the throne has frequently been through u prison. ?Navalami Mil. Gazette. By the Great Liverpool, from Alexandria, we have received private letters from China, which mention the return of Sir Henry Pottinger to HongKong from Macao, and his intention to join the ex (lediiion m the north in ten day*, nnd proceed with it to Pekin. The general opinion at Macao and Hong-Kong was, that the Plenipotentiary was resolved to take all responsibility on himself, and direct th" most decisive measures to he adopted to bring the war to a close by a simultaneous attack <>n Pekin by the land and sea force*. The Plenipotentiary's well-known fiinmess of mirpofe, mid nis tact in keeping the naval and military authorities m good humor, promise the most happy results. and W ' may soon ex|>eet to hear ol the I'ritMi fl';? being planted in Pekin, and the Emperor of < liina h iving acceded to the reasonable terms our arms have been <ent to enforce. We i have good reason for statins that two or three ol the most important positions for trade will be rei tained, and that a large naval and military force i will he permanently stationed in China for the fuf tare security of British cor..tnerce.? Sura!and Mil Oazittr. Markets* T.oiuon Cons Markf.i , Monday, July is.?ThesuppU 1 i)l' Wheat t>\ Inti 1 -ample* w??lnigt? for the season, tan no: i I 'o Ihm week. \lthough olli-red at a decline of 3* to 4< per quartur, Inn lit1le progress has been made. Then has bci-ii h lurgr an iviil ol lorei^n, which is selling, duty j paid, at a reduction o( Isto ?.?. I lie trade in bonded quite :it a st mil Mill. Bai l?*j in Is chenpei, Peas aim ' ll ;ia? iuc also 1? lower. The OH trade continues very tl;it,anil must bo written I* below Monday's currency. Liviiipiiol Cotto.m Msnir.T, Friday , July 11. In con1 tiniiatiuii ol remark1: upon our Cotton .Market, li'.tle in inilition to thorns ?ent by theO*vat V\'t?t' rn can hasairi. 'i'hr la inaiiii from the trade continues without nil? i>\ in|>tomnl lulling orr for the present. Speculator* are inJuceii, ' by the continued favorable weather for the harvest, to come pretty freely in'o the market, chiefly taking American at about -1 j.l to l|d, of which qualities the bulk consists. Kium Manchester the accounts arc not so discouraging, but not very sutin'actorj . Pi ices remain without any percrptiblo alteration since ' tUo?e piih|i<hiil on Friday last f The sale* altogether from the Oth to the IG'.h instant Inelusive die computed at 3'i,6t>0 lings; and the import | amount* to 36.0J I bags. Saturday, July l?5.?To-day's demands for cotton has been pretty general, an-l the sale* i-mount to lull) 6<ifl?> i big*, including -jntm American on s| e. illation. Holders I li.ive met tlie Ut i.ininl freely, but are tenacious as regard* |>iice?, which .ire very steady. Monday, July IS.? 1'o-dav 'n demand for Cotton lias no' I been particularly active, but the sales are said to amount to ftOOO or flflOO biiji". the traile having been nearly the wile buyers, only M<0 American having been taken on spocu Lai.on. At least INK) bales of Sui at included in the aliove, have been taken by the trade. Trices mw steady, but the ! demand is freely met. , There has been a large business doing during the past i three weeks. On Friday tfWXt bags were sold, Saturday i 7000, and to-day finoo bags. Prices are very fully main. tained. 1 Litksiool Cok* Msasr-r, July IP.?Sincc this day se'nnight we have received I0.-J33 qunrteis of wheat, ami 4.17 j liarrels ol Hour from he continent of Europe, and B Irom the United States. There are also reported 1430 b quarters of wheat and ik>14bbls. of tlourfrom Canada,but B of British grain, fcic. the ? cek's supplies are light. The f duty on wheat has declined toHr., ou barley to !i . and on peas to!ls01 per quarter. With fine weather, the ttaib b has been in an inactive state, and prices have tended downwards. At Kri lay '< market all descriptions of wheat were Id to 2d per bushel, and dour SI per bill, chrupei. e Oats and oatmeal were also eaaior to l.uy, and in very liit mii.vl .la.manH, Vi> ch iiL'e as re/ards bai lev. beans or I pea*. In the boil led market the only 'die that ha* transf pired, i* that of 1000 bill*. of United State* (lour, at 20* #<1 per bbl. Lintnrooi. Protihojt Market, July 19.?American Produce?The import! during the pre*e?t month contlit ol > keg* nn I 316 libl? Lar.l, -JMS bid* and 76 to Pork, l(M> ten H im*, and AO hbls Beef. On the I 111) in?t. the duty oi ^ -Jji per cwt cBtne Iti'o Ojxntion 011 Laril, and *ince then I there have been taken out of bond about 1000 keg?, whir h ismo*tlv gone into consumption with the *o?|> boiler*. A sale by auction to- lay of 600 ken* wa* very jioorly attendr <vl, a*d the whole bought in at 37 in bon I ; to 40< dut* paid, being now the price, according to quality. Then ' wa< a goo I demm I for Pork, an I all lo v-piloed wat cleared otf at i.V in liond, but the late arrival* from the State", ( a* w ell a* Cna liau, cannot be bouglit under 30* to 31a ii. I bond. No Hatni ) et on the matket. ' Terrible Riot In Philadelphia?llumlng of I n Hail mill a Churclt? lilomty Kl ;hl between While* and Blac k??Several nj>s |mmc(I to be killed. i On Monday laM h niont terrible riot took place in 8 Philadelphia, of which we glean the following dor tails from the impel*: n Monday u n? the day appointed for n grand temperam-r i (colored) procvioti and le-tival. I'he pruc??-i??ii ?t#rte?l * Irom the Ilall In Be'ford itri-et, near Kighth, the head ol it being composed of m reral tall, athletic nei<roe?, whn " vain perhaps of their phyd al trength, wi re rather rud< 'J to/he white person* ?to *tood around the iloor* of thi d building, or giitca'ii illy into th ir p.thway. Ti>*re >*a? e a very great crowd preneutj coinpoaed ol men, women, t boy*, an t girl?, ol nil color* nn I description*, g ithered toi gether to look on thi* procc?*inn, it being the flr?t o! the kind, we believe, ever attempted in our city. 0 The boyi ?oon began to noil! alter the prnre*tlon. 'Die latter itrew rr*tle?*. Demonstration* of ill-nature ? were manifested on t>oth idi-s, nntil the crowd reaehe I Lighth and Lombard atreet, w hen the colored mirslials, it in said, commenced riding down with their horse* thoae who ?tood in the road. Of course a fight commenced, 'I which wan continued at interval* until tne arrival of the II procession at thu Wharton Market, where aome new difHcutty arose about th" removal of aenh. At Fourth and ,{' Shippen itreet, a butcher t>oy Unoc'.ad a mulatto down I with a leg of mutton, and ano'.hcr butcher tinn^r noine ? liver atoneol the m u>ti )1?. Then proe* retaliated. A a general fight now began. The marshals were di ii^ged ofi their hor?e?. pricWbat* and o'her missiles Acw in ever) * direction. Bi <tkfti hea l* and bloody no'es were seen iii abundance. 'I'kn |iro!*.<t*a*on made out at length to react Kif'h and Shippen street, and the Possyunk Road when f another assault was ma le on it by the now inr retted mnh, n and a limner?nn which a slave wn represented bursiina , his f? t'en, with the motto " Death or !.il>ert) !" over hire t and a lire in the distance- torn nil to piece* and trampled ' in the dirt. lO-re the procession had to give way. and '' after defending itself awhile, fled in every direction. v The ftre-tv III now raiig, and the firemen collected. '? The nefjroes of the vicinity threatened vengeance, and n fight after fi^ht of the mini bloody description took place \ be'ween the white* and blacks about Sixth and Shippen ^ along South ??t Sixth and South?Sixth and St. Mary ? J Seventh and Ship; en?Seventh and South?Seventh and . 8t. Mary, and all thronfh St. Marr street. Sever'l per' *ons were severely anil iom? dangerously woiin lei! on 1 both sides. The i?ollee officer* o7 Moyamensing w eri p *00n on the ground. The Mayor of the city and his offl. ' 1 cera arrived at the same time. The Sheriff and his LD. Prlt)? Two Cent*, attended, anil for a while tranquillity w a? ri-torrd. A great number of peraoti* were ariettvd of both colot* for examination, and notw ithklanding the mob* that still hung ulmiit the kcrrn.* of the late mtlrt and t brent- tied tj <Ji molivh ami hum down the negro church, the II ill in Bedford street, nud th? t bouses it wu? thought that all aji. prehension ut danger w as over. It ww iumond that in the fight a rolored child was kllh*l in St. Mary strm t A man w as attacked by a party ot blacks in S. venth between >otitb und St. Mary atneta, knocked down and beaten nearh to death with brickbat*, after lie w u* felled to the tide walk?bu head being battered almost to a jelly hv the desperate and'inhuman negio wfetches, with the bats which bad been burled at, uud wnr Kam-ii n aruutiuTue now lallen man. A white sailor m* taken into u hone, and most cruelly beaten and maimed hy a number ul blacks. We saw n poor little lellow?apparently a Jersovman? dialed III Sixth street,from Sonth to the'curbstone oppokite Mar) ulley , w h< ie he lell into the gutter ?vei |vwered by stone* and oilier mis'ihs. W, d ;o i ,ii?? the man, and spied a negro bov in the act el aiming a blow at our head with a .-tone. The ) outig villain * a* immediate!) secured by the bystanders. One ol the w hite men, stnhbed, it wm rumored at t o'clock, would not uirvive hia nijuriea. federal negio< ? taken into cilrtodv wetealso shockingly cut and hi ui-ed. It was currently rumored that tin' colored piocotion, independent ol the temperance lestival, w ?re reltbmtii.g the anniversary ol the liberation ol slaves in the lilnnd !' Jamaica. It is alleged, too, that they had one or two banner! that gaveotfence?one.it is said, had someihn.g atmiit "tuffrage" on it. A number of the lingleaders were arrested and put in conlinemeiit. Officer \V Iiisner, of Movamensing, arieited one desperate character, who, it is believed, stabbed o:. of the white men. He is a deal and dumb III gro. He w as in Seventh street, near Shi ppen, flourishing a tiemendoutf club, and exhibiting a formidable and dangerous looking knife. M e w ere told that a neg'o man in the procession showed a dirk which lie threatened to put into ihu heart ol '?omo d?nod white son ol a h?h." Both whites and blaeks were arrested by the nolire? hut of those made prisoners the blacks were by lar i..w nio st numerous. The riot raged without the lightest Intermission the whole alteruoon. AMiut 3o'clock, a house occii|iied by colored people, a' the corner ol Hurst and South streets, was attacked by the mob. Between three and four o'clock, there were two or thieeout-breaks among bin-lit us lar up in the city as Middle allej . Alderman Keomun was knocked down and one ol his othc^r- pot ateviro blow UjHin the hack ol th. nei k. Ahout 4 o'clock, three I ids were tired at w it It a pistol loaded with bird shot, in tiie neighborhood of South and K'ghth streets, b\ a negro I, llow. The lima were ins;antly taken to the Hospital, *..J - .? !} >miu<is? mey wereonlj u little peppered, two of them in the lug*, and tlie- other in the side, i he scoundrel w ho shot them w an I ursued into a house and taken from a ehin i.ej in w tiirh iio had hid himself.?The (opulace hearing that one ol the hoys was dend, became to e.\a-pei ated that the oiiicrrs hod the greaust difficulty in kieping the negro I rem being torn piece-men!. The |>oi ce continued to bring in prisoners to the Mayor's office throughout the olte> noon nud evening. A: 6 o'clock, a negio w lio had committed some atiocioi sent* ruge was brought Uj. Sixth street through lndcp< m e nee vjuaie, lolloped by an imminsc and l.ighlj inflanird tiirong. The prisoner had been beaten and stamped o ibe earth 'iil lie waw exhausted and insensible liom wounds, internal lujui lei. and loss ol blood. A negro man wascairied into u haute in Saint Mary street, below Eighth, a few minute*b? lore 6 o'clock, who w ?< said to be dj ing. We were subsequently told before leaving the ground that be was dead. He had becu dreadfully beaten. At nix o'clock three negroes were dragged out of n V nunc in Lombard street, and were left lor the police with barely life in them. u At 7 o'clock five negroes?ionic of them stout fellows? were Ij ing on the floor of the lock-up under the Ma> ur's office, covered w ith wouuds and deluged in gore?neither ottbem expected to live. The May or was on hi* seat from 2 o'clock till 9 in tho evening. The ollice was crowded to (uflbcaiion ail ii.o while, and surrounded out of doors by dense crow ds in every direction: In the course of the afternoon, prison wagon after prison wagon load of rioters w ent from the pelice office to tho county prison. The Mayor disposed of the cases with de* patch, binding over or committing the prisoners, all for fiirther hearing. Jacob Kevaer, LJward Herrick, Snniu* el Montgomery, Samuel Lusky ami John liun ilten, whites, were ordered to give bail, the two former in $-J000 each, and the latter ill J-lilH) each. Keyser and li.il. utuu got bail. The other* went below. Henry John?on, colored, was required to give bail in $'J?00. John Johii.< n, n negro, was ordered to give boil in $l()UO. This prisoner w as arrested in the rio* w iih a knife in his band. Quarter of s P. M ?Eleven wounded?thiee white and t ight voloied?at the Hospital. h P. M.?Six prisotieis have just been brought in at the police office. Mr. E. D. Woodrufl?citi7.cn noliceman? one of the officers having them inchaigv, costless and i.aillv cut in the head. We left liim getting his wounds Ill I'SU'U, (ij I'. M.?It h; d !>ei nfm'.iclputed erery moment since S /clock, that fire would be set to si me or the publn build, rig; or private )welling** belonging to n tut- <1 tin l>la< ks. Sure enough just as the clo< k struck nil.e, the Cue t ells pealed out the note of alarm, and ti Iui n) glare in the heaven* tolil that u conflagration w is going on. WV r?u town toward* South street, anil discovered that t/ie n? w Smith'* Hull (negro) in Lombard utreet, just In low Seventh, wa* in a blaze. Thi* Hall was not quite finished. Ii was being built by the rich negro lumhi r merchant, Stephen Smith, at an ei|>< n-o o! several thntr and dollar*; and wa* the place at w hich the Oi and Colon d ( onveiition wa* 10 have been held on the last Tuefday of this month. In nliotlt hall an hour, the htiil !ing u as a inns* ol mini The firemen with their hose and engines were present in neat number*, but contented themselves with plating upon the adjacent h?u<e*. leaving the burning Hull to it* ite. 1 hu ea?t wall crushed a brick dwelling in it* tail. The west wall fell on a carpenter'* shop. The front wall f 11 in a body ontw ards, with a tremendouscrush ii.lo I.ou tlaid street. The whole, though a painful, was a magiiificent sight, and with the red heavens, the brilliant lijrbt playing ti|?n the spires ot the churches and the cupola* if the Exchange hod the State lions. , and dancii g mii i.I thegieen leave* of the tree* of the public squares, formed .i picture a* grand, a* sublime, and as beautiful a* it w as terrific. 10$ P. M. The bells ore now tolling for another fire ? The light i* intense. The colored Presbyterian Church ' -i St. Mary street hetween Sixth and Seventh, has been tired, mid is now a mass of flames. The surrounding buildings, and the content* of the church, the firemen ate saving. II P.M. The Church is burned down. The walls are vet standing, bare, naked and desolate. No' a negro is to !>e seen in any direction ; ail have tied or hidden. The iot has entirely subsided. The Mayor h.is just visited heseceneof disorder, and the first Regiment ol City Volunteers arc patrolling about in squads to preserve thf peace, having been ordered out by Major General Patterson. Fifteen of the rioter* are confined in the Moyamenstng HalL mfsckllankops. w a t rrw f ? ill. 1 XJ . "IITANTED by a youn* mau, a situation a? Waiter in a re ?* ipect^hlf faihiljr. The 1m?i recommt-iidafion* in f%*ry respect will be given. Enquire at No. HO Front nireet. ?2 XI r _ OmtKor jrr^.Moi .-7i Comply, New York, Annual !, IF12 PHF?B?>anlo D; lector# of*hi iitiri r? h.t%> tin ?iav ?l * ' lared a i?pm!-<!inu-*l Di? nfend of ?eten [f r fin, jm> ?b?a to lb" ato ktwMert, or their legal rfpnuenuiivfi, on and afar he lOfh ins'ant. Transfer book* closed fr> m fith w ?tli in?nnt ire'na?*e. ' n'xtr (ifiiK r. HOPK, 8t c?t tiry, vTTTjvTurn IhTT7v7.ltV" Kofi "i ?Ai<\fSru TO " PAINT AND DRAW FKO *1 NATI UK.-Am M.ra iay *eet at No. 231 Bro^dwiy, neit door to the American !lot?|, a Dimbfr of samiles of |uintint on wood. velvet, .ilk, mtiftlin, |*f**rt Sic. It.'*, by a jrocets for which t)? ir?cDtor ha* received a prerninm of two thntiftaii<l dollars Vom I he French government. The imi?af. mm of oil pain' n re nopcrfrct fine no p<onf? r can iinrat*- th?m wttlmiit |earu?g he proc***a. By this method, any artist 01 oth?r |x r*nn m earn, in ? very lew lensona, lo i?a'ni with oil, water color, niniatnr*, and also many n? w am! nftndanm* ina ntiotia, to a rr(Vetioi? HirTa?-viIt to un lerat and without in* the namplea, .r taking a tingle le?* ?n of Mr. VICTOR KRNKTTK, mnter 10 'h? e<??rta o! France. Russia .lie. Th. Artiste will remain only rill the 15th of ne*t month, vl.m he intend* rwnirniiu to F.ancc. rrinwn? mav he seen %l fhr above litdfNR. jvU lir^f M\ KN TH K M F. I< I C A N AND FORF.lT)N OK Kit F, ? i d Ak'*'" v of the I'liiled 8tnle* Patent OJne, N??. /I *i| ! tr?-rt ! Tin* ?flice ha* In-eii established in Boston for th? pas? fen | , nM.aiwIlnv ntora are informed that >*11 Huine?s relative to rhi preparation of caveat*, specifications and dpwuui, i ?iiin* n"?t* an-1 oth? r \*h\ irr?.atni procuring ;>&teuts, h heie tr im c1 ;e?l with accuracy and detp^tch ; and ah peiaonal in>uh!?, ? I #Hll * niKk ,fm imirii#?to W *ahin*ton. and d? lav th? to ill in. At? utUi.rr \irre it altogether nuu'cet ?ry? i il'l, which IJ14', }? *? ?u V H*rnde?r< Ki|>re?%, ^i<<l ^ ' ipliytofy U'tier, l? inx auArient. Patent* ifi tirfl in for* i/n <*onntnet, fml^dvisN r ri n on *|| Irc tl and rirn?i^?-r? n ?jh ctinir them. T'>e fftcditieaof the til??rrib? r. I*yh? >' r*' itfft?ivf library 01 hook* on intent I***, an<l rare mech ?'i ? *1 worln, hr? fnanlpi him to afford prij ure and opinion* f*?r suit* at li#, f#?r Infringement*, lie., which \%< ni l !>? JilTii--a t in thrr r??prrts itn |?utir< to obtain. All model , lo,w ud'*d to t'w Patent Office, Wiih'OfMn, free of#-fiwn?e. K II EDDV, Civil Knriiteer. The following i< eiirncted from It ('.era of the rmnmiu ion*r of Patent* in g'Jft roll. H Kni t, ? <*.Hi* " f have ro r- new the a**ur*T!cr rf the rr?p#.rr f ?*n*ertain of your ig?ncv f ir paten fto fy a-? I i-ifc hi ?H, fhfcv hir?'rflu m Ivn **ff?n?*d M? n voiir *enic. * ; tml justice to \r?nr?flfrt?mp?U trt' to?tV?|ne br>?in*? of) our rti p, IO f ?r ? k coimk? fed with thw department, evince* much skill and great aaaehttfy. r YYiira, rMpi'dfiillv, H. I. KI.I.MWOnTH. F*,.r all frtrthrr Tply ! > DAVID <iAHDINKR, A."in of PW?n( Oihf, So. 21 Pincttrcet, New York. pTrvs i (yi7( > OTCA L MV81ERIK9 Asli RKVCLATIQNH IN LOVE. r..nrnhi.? nil IVWri q? ? n ihfaflil>l< fhiidr-Boi'k for *l?rr?< ?f ?m< Bale Person*, " m.Mt?r? of the ulinnn no,.?rt? nrr t.i ihf limp m Rue, Bv Kaiim Bokliil, M I). Ami n* tlir ikiir.'. dnlv eotnid- n d in llm woik ire m I'frr. ol rioiM imi>nft?nrp to oittKle mid yonnn !>i*riir<l per?on?? I'M'' ?nw ? < r, md cure* for Hterilify?The sil of B *"t'- n i l t"ottrliliij*?Till* r of Kwlil irv pmt'leel, aihI how ih* h ihrt r.tv h? remflietl?Tin- r\u?'l ol I.ore and J?jlo??y. with r?.n? dy for end co-itru from rlie jryfm fh? se?d? o hopt tr?? nr '"i nnliappy Offipriiu. includi"! modes lor the |n > or |ir?l . ruinn il?T<of?Tr<(< lor know ill* ol Hiboru chiti.?I.iterm<rri?*e?Per .<u? wVi>> ou?ht and not to m^rry?triw inont anipicinm n for wi'dlork. Prj? r 7) centt- Fur li- ?i M N?m? ?r?t, cor. ef Val'on, ?tpl 4V0 Biocdiwir *2 lni*t i