Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 11, 1847, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 11, 1847 Page 2
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ha: a pr-verdad hy tha men on by the guilty paiti?k to tha li w tlto in ramota n the London cnutrihutiona, to thouVtuaen firm* JbiiKK). Priuca or Glouctator, tha Duka aeveral .? 1,000 each; aevotha food, to aend it-1 nit a with by ipemoat the an the Mr.O'Con-- ' .. . I: 1 ..-. but to get lor the people.? wa* JtTi9;on the 17th ult. the rent almost amounting te a plague, has ^^^^ of the poor houses in Ireland. Ttia of Kcaritf, County Clare, fioni ^^Hom four to twelve daily. U (aid, are studiously concealing ^^^^^^Kieople. ^^^Bar.in recently held 4 meeting te de^^^^^Hhoving the famishing people of that work* are I'ho public ^^^^^^^Htendud in the parish of Ruan, ^^^^^^Hquence of en attack having been the principal overseer in that a stranger the djatrict. Mr. beaten, but we are gl id to hear hue pronounced hw Lie out of with respect to the purchase the only trader who iaen^^^^^^^Hteae the Skibbereen ^^^^^^^Emlatiou of nearly lOO.oOO perfifteen guna and two pistole, men iu the highest ranks. ^^^^^^^H-.ouutry around Cork is most epumvarsal, deaths lroni want of ^^^^^^HKrlully on the increase, whilst the public mind from the appathe government to exert itself iur Hp^TOt thn poopia. Biol food have risen to afpries which places Rid the reach even of those amongst the labora who are employed; and this most unfortunate ia mainly attributable to tbe obstinate refusal ivemwent to establish food depots throughout ry, and to tho discouragement given by it at an od to tho procuration ot load lrom luuda tuised I subscriptions, by itx refusal to aid any funds i to the object of lowering the prices of food iB poor and the destitute, in Catholic clergyman, (the Rev. Mr. Begley.l t meeting in Bunny .said?" When I cull to my m the scenes that 1 have witnessed within the >eks?whtn I havo seen those who were halo ' trilfL- il/IUltk Kv fnm.v.o and .lisausn ??..> . the old hurry nig onto eternity, and that insay, by the unfortui country, the the by < generous, a a all those nee t lie position, oven the in on omron M, scanty labor | ^Be? lor one day, all lie h< ve the the cnt>re strum- I H ^B>- '.. a muny dars tor morsel as the reached soine the on fa^^P^^^^^^rcyiTvh^^BB^hat avail, when I tell you that ^B people employed ou tho roads are in absolute ^B ntltO~>lMa they rannot, Irom thru- scanty ^B i > tiit.it rierlre one substantial meal in twenty-lour 1 tits Aura when this in the case regarding them, i?t must 'be tho condition of the thousands that t BO trpliiymeut ?w ho riso in the morning i P ! e dicaiy prospect of not being able to B ' styes or their families with a morsel of |B > o bed with heavy heaits, anticipating hut ocn tho same piivatious for the next day ? If* iliing to labor, hut no employment lor thorn i .Hour.) A Kruiue. ^B On the 1 111 ult. the Fieuch ( hambers were formally opened. ^^B the foliow.ng is the King's speech ; ? In summoning you to resume the labor ofthe session, iiipliihtwi-l, s that you should a fiord my governmeiit Jo vee-ifsi itioo,In order to lolieve the aflhrfctfs i which this year press upon n portion of cmr population 1 llHVI- 1 k. l?-:i?-,' ,o r,l.U*r !:,,? inao-itiuj /-nl/??,It,f*,1 to at. I Uiu tlk?l end. 1 hope thet by the firm maintenance ol older by the libeity and security ol commercial transaction*, by ud ample and judicious application of the nublic. ioriHi.u, efficiently aiding the zeui ol.private churity, we si..11 militate theso trials with which Providence some t ines visits the uiost prosperous states. ' My relations with all the foreign powers atfurd the I W #rm confidence that the peace ol the world continues se i I 'cured. 1 "The marriage of my beloved son the Duke de Mont- i 1 pensier with my beloved niece, the Inlsntaot Spain, , Louisa Fernanda, ims completed the sutislaction nudcon .olations which rrovidence lias vouchsaled me in my family. This union will prove a fresh pledge ol those lnendly and intimate relations that have so loug existed i between France and Spain, and the maintenance of which Is as deniable for tne prosperity as the mutual security ol both stage*. "1 hare res sin to hopa that the affair* of the Plate River will, before long, be adjusted conformably to the views adopted hy my government, in concert with that ol the Qhth^^Ureat Britain, lor the re establishment of oar commercial r'iatious in that with the a treaty guarantees to by a ^^^^^^^HHHI^Wuriiiaritime relations with that empiie, ud- i which it was important to us to preserve. " Annuexnected event has impaired the state of things ^^P founded in k.urope by the late treaty of Vienna The ^^P r puhlic of Cracow, an independent and neutral state, has been incorporated with the empire of Austria. 1 , have probasted against that infraction of the treaties. ^^B "At home, the constant progress ef the public reve^^B nua, despite tha causes that miaht have checked it. de- ; rmoD trite 1 thai the activity anl lesource* of the countiy continue to increase Laws of finance, and various others relative to iniportaut improvements in the legislation and a Iminiatration of the kingdom, will be submitted to your deliberation. " The gieat public works which we have undertaken, shall be completed with the peraeverance which the interest* <a 1 the country demand, and with the prudence I indispeniDphle to the maintainance of public credit. / " Vou.-Wili also have to direct your attention to mee' 'urea ^calculated to aecond in our African ( Algerine) .nasgfJbions '-he progress of colonization, and of its intoiual prosperity. Tranquillity, so happily restored to Algeria, by the valor and devotedness 01 our army, enables us te examine maturely that important question, respecting which a special bill will he presented to you. " Messieurs, a common teeling animates us. You are all like me aud mine, devoted to the happiness and gran- | deui of eur country, and already long experience has enlightened us as to the policy best suited to her moral and material interests, and which must secure piesent p. . I losperity and the pacific and regular development ot her future destinies 1 await with confidence, from your patriotism and wisdom, the co-operation necessary to the accomplishment of this great task. I.et us aaaist each c * other in supporting the burden, and France will reap the lruit of enr effor ts " The effect of the speech was to bring down the funds. Ti^jgcst seriotu apprehensions of famine are enter consequence of the continued scarcity and of corn and provisions in France Heriou* taken place in the provinces, among the poor, ureau mops- i roop* wore called out. ^^^ Yench budget for Itfdfi shows a deficiency of sixty of ^^^^Uonmal tin Drbati publishes the adilrcaa of Preaito the American Congee**, in full, which it ^^^Kea with much severity It remarks that the I'renow appears, although rather too late, toenter ^^Hsriou* apprehenaioua an to the consequences of the ^^Ee has engaged in against the republic of .Mexico. popularity of the l*o|>e continues unabated. He ^^^Lently raited the wages 6f the laborers, and given for extensive drainage works ^^^Kseather in Italy has been unusually severe. Kvs If ZSS IHIKI. HIBknirTcctionary movement took place in the cent on oT Frihurghon the (tth ult The uihahitanta oi the dis trict of Uulle, Moral sad Rsmont assembled for the imrpoee of marching on the capital in two columns Finding, however, that the government was prepared to reaist the attack, they retreated They were subsequently attacked and defeated by the government troops Nevered arrests have taken place at Kriburg 8 pain* Accounts from Madrid to the 1 Ith nit. speak of a change in the Minjstiy as likely to take piece M. .Mop, it was expected whuld leave office, and M. Isturitz wonld rerr.ain at tha ha?e ftf Ihts Cahinat Portugal. to the ?t?le tha w*? under nearly nntroop* ntider tiled, were only forty du operate m auchaeeil over the Poland, portal ha* the ltmliga now occupies the Ironropubltc of Ctec.ow with 10 000 tioop*. Mwrdin, *<?h Obirrvr the ftih ult., publishes the le'ter, oated Vienna, Ult:?Much excite boeu create 1 in th? diplomatic sslon* -y a against the incorporation o: Cracow, which baron ^^^^^^^^Hvrhn l.tl l, the hwedish Amoaa. aior, ha? preientci Austrian Government on the part ol Kiug Oncer, quality el' a guaranteeing patty to the treaty of It la eaid that tho style of thi* note i? moil <ligand that the King of Sweden, although convinced ^^^^^^^^ kerieoesuty of the measure again*t which he pro ^^^^^^^^^^^xpresse* a hope that it will he the laat meaxure of to the three rower* will have Austria. ssvs the Nurrmhurt Carrran official circular from the 1{ Austrian Oovarrrnent annowicinr that it has establish a line of custom* on the frontier of Ormcow, but that tl BTsnzements hove uot yat booo. completed for tha i ca p of duties. A Vienna letter of tha 3Slh ult, in tha Nurtmiu CorretpnnJmt, con'radicts, in a positive manner, tl report that the Austrian Government was about to co vert tha 5 per cant loan into one of 4 par cent. It a l?ars that there was a guarantee given, when tha lo. was contracted lor, that no a'temut at conversion sboul he maea before the )ear 1356 .The same letter stati that serious apprehension) are again fait respecting ti health of the Archduke Talatiue of Hunguiy. Turkey. Several important changaa in the ministry have take plsca. which may lead to a crisis in the affair* ot th government The revolutionary movement under Mabmoud, i Bosnia, has been put down by tho Turkish Oovernmen The chiefs were shot. Greece. The Budget of 1347 hat been presented to the Cham l?ers by tbo Finance Minister. The receipts are 16,711,6.7 drachma), and tho expenditure 18 077,607 drachmae. Colctti, the Minister, ha> sufficiently recovered hi health to enable him to resume his official duties. Athens correspondence of the 3lst ult., announoestha considerable excitement whs created In that city bv letter whiru had been published in a newspaper calle the Elpii, and which was immediately seized by the go vernmeiit. This letter stated that Prince Metternich ha proposed to the other powers to suppress the existin constitution in Greece, and to replace it by one similar t those enjoyed by the small German States; that Austri would accomplish this feat by marching 10 000 troops ii to Greece; and that subsequently the Greek regular ai my should be incorporated with that of Austria. To thi proposition it was said that Kngland alono had refused t consent. Persia. It is stated that the cholera continues to make frlgh ful ravage* throughout nearly the whole of Pereia Cap* or Goad Hope. Advices have been received from Cape Town to Not 18 The chief, Sandilia, it was apprehended, would no be found to docile as might be desired, in delivering Uj his arms or oven the cattle stolen. Attempts were to be made to land stores at Port Mai land, and establish a regular station there, and, in th event of success, the troop* will be enabled to penetrat into the heart of the CallVe country. New Zealand. [From the London Times, Jan 9 ] We publish this morning, important intelligenc Irom New Zealand, down to the flrat of geptembe of last year. The war with the natives appeal to be still prosecuted with vigor and success, ant although the victenes obtained by our troops ar nut oi a very complete or glorious character, ther is, notwithstanding, enougu to warrant an ej pectation of ultimate success. The conclusiot perhaps, may be more distant than is at pre sent imagined, for it is impossible to calculate with any approach to accuracy, what insy be the lutur movements of barbarians so subtle as those we have t deal with. Our supposed allies may at any {moment dc elate themselves enemies; and, just as the very ?pok when hostilities are apparently at an end, they ma; break out afresh, and nil bo to do over again. IJnde existing circumstances, however, there is no immed ate danger ot such a catastrophe. Although treacher; hue been discovered or au.pected in a once friendly chie the natives generally who proles* obedience to tho G< vernmeni are suincrenuy active in affording am aguni the rebel). Through their exertion) chiefly the valle; ot tho llutt, so olten the acene ot murder, rapine an< riolenco, has been cleared ot it) invaders; and the in doubtable Kuogihueta, the chief mover of the rebeiliot has !<eon driven troni hie several tortjiied position* to a remote part of the country It would be unreaaonabh to expect that these operation) could be carried on with out loss on our part, but the list oi hilled and wounded ii not a long one. The New Zealandera are by no means un skilled in some of the arts of warfare, and their pahs, 01 stiouR-holds, afford a perfect defence against all modes, o attach except artillery; indeed, they offer no means of re sietauce even to this. Foreign Theatricals. Lablache the Ureal has arrived in London, and was t appear in hia favorite character of "Don Pasquale " * Tho theatre of Alexandre Dumas is announced to ope on or heforo the 18th of the present month. M. Meyerbeer, it is positively announced, proceeds t London this sea-on to superintend tho bringing outhi "Camp en Kilesie." Mile Jenny Lind is at present at Munich, where ah i> engnred at the Court Theatre at 2000fr. each lepresec tatiou. Mile, ILiyez is at present at Venice, where she is ei gaged lor the carnival. '1 lie Corn Trade or 10 urope. (From the Loudon Mark Lane Fxpress, Jsn. IB | The value of wheat has risen day by day lor man; weeks consecutively without a single pause, and price have now attained an altitude calculated to induce can tion on the pait of buyars Prudent tradesmen couside speculative investments at preient rate) hazardous, an parties who puichase only in the regular way oi busi nets, rue gradurlly rt-stricting their operations, beiiq generally unwilling to take more than ju-t sufficient t keep their custonieis supplied. When affairs arrive a this position a isaction usually follows, but, owiug t the peculiar circunntancss ol the present season, w greatiy doubt whether such will, in this instance, piov ttie case. Tho fact that large shipments of graiu coul uue to be made lioin F.ngland to Ireland, froi which country, ia the ordinal y cou'ssof evanta, wo are in the habit of drawing a considerable proportion ol'ou supplies?if oiouu suiliciant to upaet all previously coi ceiveil uutioua But thu singularity of our poaitiua doe not end here. The lots nt the potato clop io Ireland, an the consequent necesiity of tending several million* c people, not generally in the habit of consuming grait on an expensive a substitute, ia certainly one very pow eriul lessen for concluding that pricoa cannot well rc cede; hut when to tbia is added the present states France, and other continental countries, wher the crop* ot corn have proved so short as to oblig the different governments to havo recourse t such eapedienta aa thoae lately adopted by th French?Bret altering the navigation laws to oncourag importation, by admitting flour under flags of all naliom and subsequently taking off tha duties of grain altogeil #r?there are certaiuly grounda to apprehend that it wil be necessary to pay very high prices abroad to indue our continental neighbors to part with a commodity the stand iu such urgent need ol themselves. We are, then tore, inclined to think that, unless the spring shoul prove extraordinarily ptopitious, and the arrivals froi the otker aide of tha Atlantic more extensive than w have reason to calculate on, the value of all kinds < food will remain high up to the time of next harvest.1 he trade in wheat has not been quite so excited this ( the preceding woek, the very high terms demanded hai lug bad the effect, as stated aOove, of causing all partie to exercise more than usual prudence in their open tiona. But, notwithstanding a somewhat diminished di maud, tha tendency of prices has been steadily upwardi in proof af which we shall quote the advance realised i some of the leading provincial markets. At Liverpool, on iuesday, there was a good attendauc of buyers from the manufacturing distiicts and Iroi Ireland; and the quantity of wheat on sale being mode rate, rates 6d per 701b, or 3j rid pvr quarter above thorn ol that day ae'niiight, ware obtained without difficulty Later in the week a further enhancement of 3d to 3d pe 70lb was established, several psrcels haviqg been takei ou FiiUay by speculators, at theriaa last namad The reports from tne leading towns in Yoikshireir form ua that business in wheat had been more or les checked by the advance; still needy buyers had had u alternative, and had been under the necessity ol payinj tha terms demanded. At Leeds, the article was, o Tuesday, quoted 3s. to 8s. per quarter higher; and t Hull, on the same day, the rise was nearly as giea From Wakefield wa learn that a tolerable extent of bus ness w as done there on Friday in wheat, ot prices'2 per quarter ahove thoie of that (lay week. At Biiniingham, Bristol, and other towns in that direi : tion, the upward movement hat been equally importan although purchasers have declined taking more than ha been absolutely necessary to supply their immadiat wants. In the foregoing observations we have confine our remarks almost exclusively to wheat; but we use scarcely state that h11 other articles have participated i the rise. Barley has in muny parts of the country sol at the unusually high rates of this to 84s. per quartei according to quality, and the scarcity ol oats has not t.ecomo so gieat that larmers have relused to sell thi grain altogether, being well aware that if they were t part wil>. the little they may still hold, they would altei wards have to pay relatively higher prices to procur I loud for their stock. The advices from .Scotland are of a similar characte to the repoits Irom other parts of the kingdom. Not oul; wheat, but all species of corn is rapidly rising there; an it is certain that 110 supplies of oats (the staple article c shipment to the south) can ho expected, that articlo hi ing worth quite us much, il not more, at KJinburgh lha in the Lonuon market The accounts lrom Ireland become, from day to daj more distressing; and the temporary decliue which large ui rival ot Indian corn caused last week had agai 1 osn receveied, the supply having proved inadequate 1 the demand. With the people starving in many par's < the island, shipments of provisions tuenco to haglau are, of courso, out of the question. The arrivals ot Kuglish wheat into London havo agai ncen moderate, inu high range 01 price* ut Liverpool an other northern maikot* having cauted the idiippere ? the east coait to direct their contigntnenU to those pla<:< rather ti.an to the metropolis The quantity brougi forward at Mark-lane tiy land carnage samples from tl home conntiea, since .Monday, ha? alio Iteen ainal and the miller*' w ant* having again bucome tugeri increased anxiety to get in.o stock ha* been man tested by buyers The few lot* left over on Mo day ? |>nnri|>ally from Ksscx and Kent ? were eatil placed on Wednesday, at rate* rather exceeding thoi obtained iu the beginning of the week. On Krida; factor* again tailed their pietensions, which check* the demand ; but haviug scarcely anything fresh u needy purchaser* were under the neoesnity ol payin the term* esked. In fiee foreign wheat lair amount butinen ha* been done during the week, the lower*! scriptions having been 111 request for the manufacture meal lor Ireland, and the liner sorta having excited fl trillion lor local utw. The continued demand lrom tl other (ide of the channel, and the imallness of the stoc foreign aflpplleican lor a month or two be calculate on, have all tended to give an upward tandem y to price and the riie nucu hut Mon lay cannot be calculated le*" that la to :1a.per quarter fricee being now quite i high, if not higher, litre than in Fiance, the export I that country hue conied; notwithstanding which, holde ol bonded wheat have continued to ask price* within I to -Ja per queiter ot those of free, lor paid* uudi lock Til., can only he accounted lor by the auppotitit that tlto Logiflatiire may, on the meeting ot 1'arliamet tike oil' llie exutiug duty of 4a per quarter. 1 be Kale of towii-.nade Hour hen baen more extenail thia week than waa the caae earlier iu the montii, whit ha-, probably been caused by heker* having become a preneiiaivo that the millera inay again put tip the pric ; llitheilo, however, the top quotation lial remained it tionary at bba per aark Ship hour baa been in lair i que*!, and baa commanded lull tcrnia. Kor America I the iLipiiry haa been lively, and a luither advanceinei of 1 i>er barrel haa been pretty generally reaiued ( i the beat branda. J'he iinval< of Kngl ah bailey here been very ti li hg, and though 1 i.ftai qutrter* have come to het tiom abroed, principally horn the north of burope, Iroi whence the vessels weie deapetched previoua to the ee tihg Inoi the froet, the hlglp rates of lent Monde? hat been maintained Vvrv U * ?? ?? barley hi? lealiai JlBBBgWIWWWi 6(1 I 1 ' " I **< . rreod rrindie* quallfta*AO''. *?d *r aswerttir ?**. r?. tlsh m*lHu*qUBtis?e>! vecyVTne" ue?n 7W' n?r quarter I h.. V?i\ paR Htirh nrices are w?!l calculated to <*r?t r, supplies ; hut the Baltic ?*>? *?lnr fro*-" tin with litfle It* i pro-pert of he-putlnr free till March. whilst in the Inter n- v?l no'ltlne of importance ran he evnected to reach us p. from other quarters. we see no chance of material re. in en'loo Id vt-.lt has moved upwards lo value quite as r ipidlr ? in herlov end 90s per quarter hei been intlated on for fine i* ouali'ia* The ?nr>pliee of oat* haco durinq the we?V andinq this I I Saturdsvl eveninq. amounted to only 4 47S quarters: n j end the receipts .havin* for several preceding weeks e fallen material] v short of the qnantltv required for conj sumntlon, crest inroa '? have heen made on the dealers' n , stoek? indeed, so hare has the market become of this t 1 craln. that holder* have experienced no difficulty In ohJ taininc verv hich rates. The extent of the advance will, perhaps, he better understood bv civinf the quotations ohtalned for some particular sorts, than in statinc the 9 rise in shillinr* iter quarter. Archansrels have sold freely at 3C?. coed heavy Irish at S8? to 39s. and An* Scotch a feed at 40* per quarter and upwards, with more anxiety to buy than sell at these rate*, t B?ans have partioipated in the ceneral advance; and g for floatinc carvoas of F.ryptian* 44* tn 4As per quarter, d cost, fralqht, and insurance, has heen qlren Peas have lllrewiae heen held at enhanced terms j though the demand for the Utter article ha* not been g parMculerly active. o Floating carroea of Indian corn have again been much a sought after on Irish account, and important bargains j. were closed on Wednesday and Friday, on term* hardly r. prncnrahle in the commencement of the week. I* Avk*?ov. P*ice or Obaix. 0 Wht Brlv. Oati Bye. Bne. Pent. Flour. December 5..59 7 42 II f!7l!5C4ailOII December 1'.. fia 3 41 I 26 5 4? It 45 0 48 7 A 0 December 19 59 10 42 II 71 3 41 I I' I II IM O ' December 26. .01 6 43 2 26 10 41 7 45 6 49 4 0 0 I >n"ory 2... .04 4 44 3 27 2 40 10 40 10 49 8 0 0 Ifna'V 9.,, .66 10 40 5 27 10 4 6 4 47 0 51 7 0 0 . Aggregate ave?' r*ge of the 1 I six week;... ?? 1 43 9 26 10 44 2 45 7 49 4 0 0 P ' Don* on Fran Prod present t- week 40 20 16 20 20202 4% e D?. other Brie tish Colonies. 1010 10 10 10 100 4% Owing to the nan-arrival of the Hamburg mail ef Tuesday la?t. otir advice* from the northern port* of F.ttrope are not of snc.h recent da'ns as usual; we have however. Dantzir letters of the 9th inst. by the way of a Holland, from which it anneara that the continued ad r vsnce on thia side hsd had tho usual effect, prices having * run up quite a* rapidlv there as with ti?. For fine high' mixed wheat holders had refused to accept below 00* to | 61s., and for fair high mix?d 68s to 69s per quarter had e | been demanded, whilst the moat ordinary descriptions ' had been held at 60s to 62s per quarter, free en hoard, in h | soring. Rye had been much enquired for. and. having . come very sparingly to hand, had realized equal to 42s. '? ! per quarter. e i At the Losyer Baltic ports the stocks of grain are said 0 , to he extremely small; and by tho most recent account* !" | from Rostock. Stettin, to. it appears that the supplies j i from the groweis had been en a restricted scale, in con . y I sequence of which comparatively little business had ' ,r j been done, though the demand had been lively. At the j ' first of these ports barley was, on the 7th inst , quoted at j f I 32s 6 I; and at Stettin, on the same day, 34s per quarter, j ' 1 free on bosrd, in spring. h ! At Hamburg. on tho Olh of January, the froat was se- | 11 , vere, and the Elbe was then completely frozen over, f I The transactions in grpin since the previous post day had 11 been quite unimportant, hut prices of both wheat and j spring corn had further advanced. The very great rise ; 1 which has within the last month taken place in prices , I here, has placed quotations of wheat in this country ; 9 above those of Marseilles, and other places in the Medi- | terranean II At Marseilles, on the 10th of January, common Polish j Odessa wheat, deliverable in March, was obtainable at i r equal to S2s, to 64s.. and superior at S8s per quarter free j ' onboard; and Mariananoli. on the spot, might then have j " j been bought at ftfts per quarter. From Leghorn wo b >ve letters of the 8th of January; ; : a purrbase of 4000 sacks of Marinnapeli wheat had boon j o made there for shipment, at equal to about 60s perquar- ( tar free on hoard. In most of the French markets wheat ; Q and flour have undergone a further rise, and prices are ' i now too nearly alike in this and that country, to allow of j business being done with advnotuge 0 Since writing ?ho above, the Hamburg mail of Taes- j * day has been received, hv.which we have letters nf more . recent dates from the Baltic. Wheat was still rising in j e value; notwithstanding which the growers were bringing | 1 forward supplies but slowly. Markets. ' loitdof Money Maskkt. Jan 19?The prospect of the I drain of bullion from this country, which we referred to ; I in our last, has had a tendency to depress the market for | . consols, and prices during the last fortnight have fluctn,, ated. but. generally with a downward tendency. It is I g ' supposed that two milliona or two millions and a half of i specie will have to be sent to the United 8tntes in pay- | r ] ment efthe lanra amount of breadstuff* that we aro daily 1 I ' drawing from thence; and the rate of exchange at the last i j. 1 advices was so low a* to show a good profit upon the ex, \ pert of gold there, which may also causa a further drain. I * I Under theae aircn- stances, the Bank of England has |t 1 acted wisely tn raise the rate of interest on hills dig { ? I counted to per cent, a step Immedistely followed by e the house* Id Lombard street. so that the r>rn*eat rate ! 0 now is three and a half to four per cent for the beat class hills. The usual settlement* in the stock market hare n taken place this week, ami passed over without any mishap, although the differences, in some cases, were very I r large Consols have declined, one-and a quarter, to enej and a half per cent, or more than we remember for a , long time past, aud the market is very weak?this is in a j great measure owing to the issue of the hank notice on )t the 14th instant, the first effect of which is alwavt very 1 , depressing: added to which the drain upon the French : | money market, and the con'inued fall in the Rentes 1 j has brought about almost a panic in Paris, and has ; given to our market, yesterday and to day, a most ! gloomy nppearanco, under which influence consols, j which were at 92% previous to the I4'h, went down to 01% the last quotation being 91% to 91 for money, and 92% to 92% for the account Bank stock left off at 205%; reduced three per cents 92% to %; three-and-a-quarter 9 per cents 93% to 94; long annuities 9%; India stock 359; | ' and Exohequar bills 6s to 8* premium There had been ; rather more business doing in the foreign stocks until ; j the bank notice appeared, since which tna market has I i been heavy, with little doing. The change was mostly : * ! perceptible in Spanish, Portuguese and Mexican. The j latest bargains were?Bratilian. for the account, at 85%; 1 1 the Small, at 85%; Chilian, at 91%: Mexican, for money. . I at 22%: and for me account at n; Portuguese four per f I rents at 36 for money, and at 34 for the account; Spanish five per cents, for the account, at 24%; the three per ? cents at 8a% for money, and at 34% ior the account; Venezuela at 39%; Belgian four-and a-half per cent* at 94%; Dutch two-and-a-half per cents 68; and the four per cents, certificates, at 92%. The railway market was buoyant, end the numerous cells due tkis month were J" paid readily; but this market has also received a check, ' and prices ere declining, but not to any unexpected extent. e Lofmor* Coarr Trapt, January 20 ?The value of wheat n hns rison day by day for many weeba consecutively, i. without a single pause, and prices have now attained an altitude CAlcalatnH to indiirA motion on thu nurt of hiiv. r era. Prudent tradesmen consider speculative investr meats at present rates hazardous, and parties who pur I chase ODly in the regular way of business are gradually restricting their operations, being unwilling to take more than just sufficient to keep their cttstomeis supplied. g When affairs arrive at this position a reaction usually o follows, but owing to the peculiar circumstances of the g present season, we greatly doubt whether such will in ? this instance prove the case. The fact that large shipg ments of grain continue to be made from England to t. Ireland, from which country, in the ordinary course of j. | events, we are in the habit of drawing a considerable prog portion of our supplies?is alone sufficient to upset all previously conceived notions. : 1 Lirsarooi. Cottov Mtssrr, for Weer Evdiku Jat, isuART 8?The result of stock taking as repotted in our s annual statement of imports, kc., as well as the weekly e circular published on Thursday last, was tocauseaddid tional confidence in the article, and bring ftrward a cond sidersble speculative demand. Prices alao were raised n ii .ru our quotations of the Slst about Xd. per lb. Since d tiiut time, and especially during the last three days, the r, market has gradually assumed a quieter and more settled v appeal slice; speculation, perhaps a little checked by the is upward tendency of corn and provisions, has in a great 0 measure subsided; and a* the consuming buyers have a r- little mora time to look about and select their various e qualities, they are obtaining about }fd concession in price. Our quotations, therefore, will stand now about r ,l%d. higher than the scale published on the .list, and an y jsd. lower than at the close of last week. The sales of d to-day are estimated at 7000 bales, 3000 being on specula if tion. 31,M)0 American, 1100 rernams. 1730 Hurats, 400 [- Kgvptian, and 100 Maranham hare been taken this week n on speculation; and 330 American and '100 fiurats for axport. Sales for the week are 00,030 bales. ^ Arothkb Rvfoa-r.?In the first few days of the pren sent year speculators purchased to a large extent, but ;0 the demand from the trade was only moderate, and an ad3f ranee of fully Ji t par lb. wus generally obtained for j American; during the last day or two, however, speculators have suspended their operations, and this advance n has not been maintained, the quotations hning now neard ly on a par with those of 31st December. Specrlators have taken 31.000 Ameiican, 1260 Pernams, 100 Maran? ham,400 Egyptian and 1730 Sural,and exporters 8oO Ame:lt ricun and 200 Sural. bules for tho week amount to 60,030 10 bales. |> Fob Wkck E.vdixo 13.?Almost to the verv hour, the Boston steamer < nmbriacame in, as expected, 11 on Wednesday evening On Thursday, yesterday morn ing, therefore, every one wa> anxious to learn the latest y opinions and estimates on tho all-interesting question? the crop?whether previous leports received confirms'j lion or otherwise, and it there was any qualification of any kind on the subject. A full exatmuati on of her acf1 counts leaJs to the conclusion that the crop cannot, at any rate, prove moie than a moderate one; that the nun 01 bar ol parties estimating the crop as high as two millions is or the decrease, and the number of tnose rating it un- ' 9> i man rain nn n.? ....... ll' pondence we hive seen, and taking into account the sea'? son of the year to which we hare arrived, we think the I * public may safoly conclude that the crop of tlie U. States "j will not materially exceed two millions 01 biles, with a reasonable probability that it will tail short of that qusn'ity. This importani point, and to that extent, being main- j nt ly settled in our minds, we look with no little anxiety \ 11 to the state of thiug-i at home and abroad as affecting the consumption No one can doubt, that the advanced ; r" rates from 4d to 7d. are calculated to contract the con* sumption ; that they have already done so to some exBr tent is unquestionable. Another point furthering the m same end, in a strong degree, is the advancing piice of ' > provisions throughout both tins ronntry and the continent, wt'h apprehensions in some Quarters of Hhsoluta re laiinue, wtiioti will absorb a vast amount of the labor 01 'h Europe, lsaving but little lor any one lievond the provi-i' hioii merchant, perhaps distuihing the monetary cats " lilishment* end commercial exchanges every when* " Consideiuiions of this kind may well gire a more de*' liberate and cautious charactei to the speculative moven> menu in our staple article ; indeed, wars it not inr matut teref this kind wearing upon us, it seems inaviubte that >n prices of rasreottn must advance to a paint giving a more lull encouragement to production, and alar more r' decided check than has yet been given to tni rate of consumption. This week priees are without change. m before tne stenraer s arrival we were full and flat, since (- that time additional confidence pradnils, end we closed | with our quotation the seme at on ntday last. 19,000 d ' American, 300 refusal, and I ,*00 Snrau have bean tamt t ?ml smsy1 a on speculation. principellv new bowed*. 1.300 Nan * Islands sre declared for pnhtlc auction on Friday next m The ?alee of the week amount to 39 360 balea. yi Rrro*T ?The demand in tha aarlv part of

tha week was moderate, and prieaa of American rsve way fnllr X 1 par lh; hat a!noa tha arrival ?J of tha ataamer. on Wadaaaday. with rather low ar estimate! of crop, tha speculative inquiry , h?a raalvad ; and with greater firmness on the [* part of holder* tha market ha* nesrly recovered the de ' elioe above noted Speculators have taken 13 600 Atna' J? rir.an. 300 Parnambuco and 1600 Surat. and exporter* J? 1360 American and 600 Snrat 1300 Haa Island and 300 J? Stained are declared for auction on Friday, tha 33d imt ? J The aalea of the weak are 39.360 bale*. ^ J*t? 16. IB and 19 ?Tha market sinca our last weekly aJ report hae bean vary quiet, and prie.ee bare receded ftom ? . our quotationa of that day about Xd per lb. The aalea a, are limited In extent, and moetly all to the trade, not h| more than 8000 balea haying changed hand* during tha pj tbrea daya noted aboya. tu London MiaxKra, Jan. 19, r. ?*.?Cotton?Tha aalea ac aince our la*t report are to a fair extent?namely. 7 300 th balea. Price* are well mnported although In aome lew le instance* rather eaiier. The buiinea* done includes 760 rl Sprat, of middling xood quality, at 4Xd. to 6Xd : 300 U Madras. 4^d. tq 4X'I : "?d 100 American, fully fair, at lit 7}t. Hemp-Russian hemp has met with lea* animation, pr hut aa the itnck ii imall and boldera vary inn, no change v. .?>M in nrlni the market, however, has ra ther a quiet ton# Petersbnrgh clean. ?37 16# to ?*9; ontshot ?94 10? to ?99; half-clean ?31 10s ; and Rim v Rhino ?98 to ?39. Manilla and America* would meet v with ready purchaaera. hnt th? market la almoat hare of g( a aunply. Flax ia very Arm, and a'tolerab1y|good demand exists at stiff price*. For Jute there ia a large consumption p going on. and holders supplyinar the market leaa freely, terv full terms are obtained, rood ordinary to geod ?17 to I7i ?40, and Ane white ?4010a to ?41 No change haa taken Bi place in Coire Rope or Yarn, and a fair extent of husi- F| nesa has been done. Hides ?The market is Arm. there O being a good demand for all kinds. At pnblic sale held on the 14th instant. 80 dry Buenos Ayres ox and cow u. sold at 4J: 84 dry West India. 3Jd: pieces and damaged Id; and 160 dry North American 6jd. Hops.?The market continues Arm, and prices are partially advanced ? D The reports from the country markets note a steady trade, wbil't the value o( the several descriptions brought forward has an upward tendency. Indigo?The quarter- 8t ly sale is Axed for the 9th February; at present only 1356 chests are declared The market has a very Arm appearance, hnt the transactions have been upon a very limited scale, as is usual just before the sale. Metals.? In the manufactured Iron market decided Armness is ap- ]a parent, and makers are generally fhll of orders. Scotch Pig Is, however, not qnite so Arm as at the beginning of hi the week, and speculative holders in manv cas?s, evince th an inclination to realise. The raising of the rate of in- n) terest by the Bank of England will probably have a de- sipressing eflect on this, and most other articles in which m speculation take* place. Lead continues Arm. The |0 accounts from Hamhurg have had a considerable effect ?r on the Spelter market here, and the price has ad- nl vanced fully 5s on the spot, and 10s for spring ship- j, ment. The Copper market is very Arm, and though the n, price was not actually raised on Tuesday, at the meeting y of the copper houses, yet s?ch was virtually the oase, m as they mostly decline selling at the quotation prices. In tin and tin plates, we have no alteration to notice. Naval Stores.?Spirits of Turpentine have been sparingly j,r dealt in. and there are willing sellers at 46s to 47s, stock being large. In rough the operatiens a re upon a ,, more extended scale, but not at better prices, 10s being j,' taken. Tar is in fair request, and the stock is still small f * Stockholm is worth 18s to 18s 6d, and Archangel 17s to 17s 6d per barrel Provisions.?The demand for Irish jji butter is not s? extensive as heretofore, and prices have in lately declined from 4s to 4s per cwt. The high price te of bread, no douot, interferes with the consumption. .. wax- 11 a' Aws-eirtAi PAfSgntltr Ioti^aH hfllflCf L. J n? nniHii qummiv vi muvi <v? n of inferior quality, ia not worth more than 70a to 74a, leaving a loaa to the importer. There i* only a limited huaineaa doing in Bacon -. pricea continue high. Hama aell slowly at from fiSs to 70a per owt Lard ia in good demand ; there ia little or no Iriah offering ; bladder may be quoted from 74a to 78<; Iriah kega, 64a to 68a. The stock, of American ia much leaa than thia time last year,?there ia little L or none offering, at present prices; it ia worth in barrels and kega from 47a to 63s, with more demand than aup- hi ply. Rice?The demand for all deacriptions has improv. th ed. and in several inatancea higher pricea have been tt submitted to. Good white Bengal mu?t now be quoted m at 34a. and fine 35a. Patna ia sold at 36s to 38s, and Java tt 18a to IPs Seeds?A f ir amount of business has been ir transacted in linseed this week at previous quotations? di The market ia firm; there ia little offering?black aea 61s to 61s 8d, Petersburg 48a to 40a, Archangel 45a to 48a,and _ Memel and Riga 4Sa 6d to 47a 6d per quarter.' Rapeaeed ^ is firmer, and rather more haa been done In clorerseed aeverai speculative purchases hare been made, and at ? rather higher pricea English linaeed cakes continue in j, good demand, and rather higher rates have been paid.but j, selling at ?13 lfla per 1000 cakes. Foreign haa been largely dealt in, but at last week's prices; flne Marseilles i?10 to ?10 10a, and American ?9 to ?(!, according to 0{ quality. Rape cakes are scarce, and the demand being _ good, higher rates are paid; the quotation ia now ?8. Tal- Q| low?Tho market haa a very firm appearance, and pricea nl continue to advance. A good business haa been done rj both by the soap and candle makers on the apot, and b holders show no disposition to aell, except at firm rates, aa the stock in the kingdom shows a decrease of abouUIS n per cent, as comtnred with last year at this time. P Y.C., ), on the apot, is selling freely at 61s 6d, Siberia and Odessa ; .i Y.O. 51s to Sis 3d, and reteraburgh soap 49sto 49s 61.? 1 w For delivery in the next two months a lair business haa , t; been done 51s 9d to 53s, and for March delivery at 63s.? , tj In new tallow, lor the last three months, a large amount ! of business has been done at 45a 6d, and now there are ; _ no farther sellers under 45s 91, home parcels of Sydney _ have been sold at Sis to 51s fid for good, at which prices \ ,] it finds a ready sale. Town made is still scarce, and the i c matters show no disposition to press sales. A few par- ' n eels have been taken by the mould makers at 53s net | 0 cash, which is now the quotation. Whalebone.?Prices g have declined ?10 per ton, and there ia not so much do- ; ? ' ? 1 * ' 4? Waa1 Tl,. ii'K; nm souiueru ** >/ vci ?vu. .??v. ? ......v. c haa a Arm appearance for all doicriptiona, but at preiant n little ii doing English haa met with an active aale, and , in aome instances a ttifling advance haa been paid. Tne , tocka hold by the farmer* are much lata than uaual at 0 thia aeaaon of tha year. ? Livbbpool Mabkets, Jan. 10, P. M.?Ashes?The market for Montreal pot and pearl remain* quiet, and the ! n transaction* reported limited in extent. Previous quota- c tioua are firmly aupported. Iron?Pig iron, aince our laat ti report, haa declined in price from 3* to 4a per ton in a Scotland, which i* generally supposed to havo arisen o from certain parties depreciating prices for the purpose o of getting into stock, some needy holders being ohMf ed c to sell to meet their engagements, and from lessfeon- ' P snmp'ion in the manufacturing districts, arising in the p depression in the cotton trade from the high price in the i y raw material. Pig may now be bought in Liverpool at 1 1 from ?4 -is fid. to ?4 fit. par ton. Manufactured iron j F fully maintains the prices in our last quota ion, and the ! II demand is good. Quotations are? Merchant Bar* ?0 10* I a to ?9 IS* ;nest rolled, ?10 IAsto?ll; hoop iron, ?11 10s; ; p sheets, singles, ?10; I charcoal tin plates, 32a per box 1 s Naval Stores?The sales of turpentine are from twelve j to thirteen hundred barrel* at 8s to 8s fid per cwt 1 No sales reported in tar. The business done in Ameri- ; s can rosin is Irom six hundred to seven hundred barrels j at 31 3d to 9s 6.1. with a few fin* transparent at 10s 9J. t Common qualities are row in good demand nt 3i per | cwt. Provisions ? Mage our report of the 6 h instant, the : t market hue assumed a very healthy appearance: oc- ' 1 casioned by tha doily increasing prospect of small sapplies from Ireland, without (so far as we are at present 1 able to judge) an adequate increase from the States to J meet the deficiency. The imperfection in the oure of c States Beef, is the only obstacle to its meeting a ready f sale: but when this does not present itself, we have a good demand at an advance of 4t to As per tierce. Pork t! also sella freely, -at an improvement ol 3s per barrel ) Bacon, of sizable weights and quality, is in re- I quest?selling on arrival, and must be noted 3s to Ss per cwt dearer.?Cheese: The quality of this article has been much deteriorated by being shipped in Orain vessels, to the extent of at least , 3s to 4< per cwt; and our reduced quotations arise i more from this cause than any actual deoline in the ! market Lard is eagerly sought after, at a further enhancement ol 3?. to 4s. per cwt Tallow firm at our quotations. Hice has been in excellent demand luring the past fortnight, and advancing rates continue to be paid. The sales during the week ending Jan 8, were 1,000 tierces of American at 38s. to 31s b I.; Bengal at 34s. Ad ; 1,100 bags Brazil at 19s. fid te 36s fid; 300 bags fine white Bengal at 33s. Ad ; and 3 000 hags to arrive at 10s. to 33s. 3d. per cwt, according to quality. The business transacted from the 8th to the 15th. amounts to 1,800 tcs. of Carolina at 38*. 9d to 33s. Ad ; 800 bags of Brazil at 31s. Ad. to 37s Ad ; 1.000 bags of fine white Bengal at 3As , ] and to arrive n.000 bags Bengal at 30s. to 31s. for : broken, and 33s. per cwt., good quality Seeds? ' The enly return is 1,600 quarters of Bengal Linseed I at A3s Ad to Ats 61 per qusrter, and 38 tierces of Ameri- i ] can fl'xseed at 4As 0J. bait?There has been rather more i ' doing in shipments than of late, but without any change i >n prices, which continue as follows:?Best fine stoved for bags. 13s to 14s per ton; do standard squares, 13< Ad; do shute lumps, I3r to 13s Ad; marine and butter, 10s Ad, . common 8s Ad. Kiver freight, 3s per ton; dock and town dues, wd per ton. Tallow has been in lair demand 1 throughout the past fortnight, but without any improve- 1 ment in price, Y C having bean sold at Ala 3d to Ada, j Taganrog at Als to Ala A<1, and N. Amarican at AOs to AJs per cwt, according lo qualitv * Some considerable 1 parcels of lard have been sold during the week, at 1 an advance ol Is to Is A J. arices of fine oualitv having , ranged irorn 4fta to 47s 6d per cwt Tea la in moderate < demand; the market U quiet, and previoua price* are ?U|c 1 ported. Tobacco-Since our report at the end of last year, a good inquiry ha* exuted, and upward* of 1000 hogaheads *old, consisting of about 300 Virginia leaf?a few atrip*; 100 Weatern leaf, and the balance, atrip*, taken for Ireland, exportation, and the home trade; good and middling atrip* are much lower, Weatern a lull Xd; leaf continuea pretty Arm; in other klnda no altera- 1 tion. Wool?We commenced the month with a more active demand, but during the laat weak era again quietor; thia appliea more to lew foreign, for which, in aooi* cases, rather high prices are asked, owing to the very low atate of stock. Fine clothing wool* are in fair requaat and on *ome kinds a little advance can be obtained. Several aalea of United Statea fleeces have been made this week, and we are happy to notice that they are becoming more generally used. havaccottoi* Mxnxr.t.Jan 7?Throughout the past week there ha* been a considerable amendment in the situation of our market, owing to the spirited character of the intelligence from the o her aide of the channel, i and also to the tenor of the advicea of the 18th ult , from the United Statea, received by the Caledonia steamer ? The account* from Liverpool have, however, chiefly contriotited to the speculative feeling that has predominated here, which has been uninteiruptedly biiak, ami produced an a<ivance of (ft to fl on nearly all descriptionol American cottons, buyers havo again directed their afti'ini >n to cargoe* lor delivery, and the transaction* hive been mostly in New <ir!t bus. oi the hasl* of tlO.j to find for our ordinaire. The small stuck on hand both 1 here and in l-.ngland, competed with the correaponung period last \ ear, appear* to have been the principal cause 1 ol the excitement, and Irani the general feeling of confl derice now preva'ent, there aeema to he great piotiahiluy ! ol a iuiiher amelioration taking place. At tne preaeut high rata*, however, dealara for the trade refrain Irom coming forward freely; the atock of the raw material being bald by (peculator*, who are rather diapoeod to ] rtlee than lewar their pretensions, will operate aa a check upon extenaive purchases for the manufacturing 1 district* until a change occur* ; tkia will tharafdra V> , count for the limited demand for consumption, wbioh Hi < been moderate for bob* length of time, and at ihU d#" I m jrjod oi the yoM to not iika.j VJ morjw;, voty Batari ^ Jiit-APT 16?Uo to the cloae of tfaa past week our erket maintained tha ana degree of aplrit that dl?tinilshed It at tha da'e of onr previon* rartoH; *pec.ul?tlon mad tha nrtnripel feature in tha aparatio"*. which piln eonaiitad chiefly in cargoet deliverable at v?rlou? iriod* np to tha and of March Bnt eince the opening 1 ' tha prraent weak, the intelligence from Liverpool >ing of a dull character baa created a eorreiponding aline h?ra and within thaaa two or three dav* apecutor? have diaplayed bat little ?pirit, without, however. anife?ting any want of confilence. hutbuiinea* upon a whole haa aaaumad a heavy appearance. Price*, al ongh perbapa not quite ao Arm a* previoaaly. neverale** maintain their ground, and our atock of cotton _ w ting ao very amall, thev are not likely to be affected by Braz e momentary falling off in the demand, unlei* the next Janti Ivicea from the other aide of the channel *hould ha of remi gloomy tenor. The aalee for consumption continuant tota very IT tited nature, notwithatandlng that the interior up tl i*. for tome length of time peat, been but acantily iup- B1 ied; thia will inevitably ha the oaaa aa long aa tha ao- Braz al high ra aa predominate in the market, and will thor count for tha reluctance of buyere to purchaae beyond aaya e moat urgent requtoitea Tor the trade. We are daily ; oking. with rather anxioua expeetitiona, for the er- at T val of the Cambria ateamer, with adylcea from the new nlted Statea of the lot inet., which will, in ail prebahi toUi y, be productive of eome intereetiog change in the P|CO ?aent altuation of bueinm*. 04 Paicr.i 1'ca H*i r Kn onntMXt 'hat Duty paid. In bond Col. / c. f c f e. f t waa pl*n?l 0 91 to 0 107 0 81 to 0 9fi Jay ohi'e 0 93 " fl 1'0 0 81 " 0 90 l ' ew Orlcan* 0 91 " 0 120 8 83 " <1 1P9 "" se Island 1 50 " 6 0 0 0 " 00 co Import*. Dxlivkrix*. aivoPtocx iw Fra*ck ' i.orv, rom January 1 to December 31, /?r the laot three yean Importe. 184C 1815 1841 "n?1 ni'ed fftttea 848,*88 S58.M7 295.174 milt riz'i .. i . , , mi .v'io oi? i uiu rvpt 9 139 37,453 20 011 Woi tlicr description! 15.587 14 105 22.3% man Bold... 374.079 400 MI 315 044 H'i ;oek lit January 69.000 70.000 121.000 Q*A Bales 443 079 416 051 466 044 tern liveries, 12 months 413.079 417 151 308.844 heei ?? Infi f Halted Ststea 27,700 53 500 52.noo MC< Brazil 200 4f0 4.200 c_nf ) f*TPt 900 9,000 6 900 CO" (.Other ports 1.200 6 000 14.'00 Total. 31st December 30.000 69 000 78.000 robl Hirss Mirrkti. Jan. 7?Ashe*?Our market has rel 'm?! p?ed Into a dull stuta; prices of American notash ham _ f' adarjrons a decline The only solos to notice ore 100 )1* notash. first brands, at T40 par 60 kll dutvpald. On J*."* ie other hand, peorlash maintain* it* around although \ " ithina has been done and our qnotaMon* are firm at r4t> :"?. to 46 No supplies have been received. Stock, 1.006 J*,'! >1* in all descriptions, afairist a 300 bM* in 1848. Tal- jj\?! w. Ac.?We have no aalea to record in tallow, which it fl arce and sought after W? therefore continue to quote J'1?'" ioea of United State* at fit to 07 AO Am?'inan lard fl*? worth fB3 to 60 per 60 kil. dutv paid, according to qua- VI,, tv. We hare received AO hbl* lard from New York. P ' fhalebone?Nothing wbaterer liaa taken place in our arket during the paat week, and we quote northwest , n fishery at f9 60. and aonthern at f9 70 ner X kil dutv :r'1' lid Stock 100 tool, againit 76 tona last vear. Wheat J* ' id Flour?Pricea have experienced a rather conaiderae advance aince our laat report, owing chiefly to the leculative aplrit that haa been displayed A aale of 1800 ! '*? ictolitrea wheat, to arrive from Bremen, took nlace at r9 per aaok. The average pricea of home growth at , V ~ e laat Montivilliera market waa f 73 60 per aack of 300 tn?' I, making a riaa of (3 60 on the previoua quotation*. , i American flour the tranaactiona have been very ex- P .. naive, accomnanied with a nrogreaaive advance in p.'? icea; and 93 000 hhla. chiefly to arrive, were pnrchaaed ,1 f43 to 46 76 per bhl in bond The importa were 0.003 >1? flour from the United States, ex Zurich, Ballochan, c id Francis Louiaa, and 1,960 bags wheat. " Trade In the Manufacturing Olatrlcta. ' And. [From Wilmer'a Liverpool Times. Jan. 30} ! the The latest reports from the manufacturing district* of 1 clus ancaahire and Yorkshire are to the following effVct ! Ian4 MiocHrana - During the week the bu?inesa in cloth | evet as been, if any thing, more limited, but price* are not in I A io least changed for any deacription of good*; but we I bam link that if aales were to be at all forced lower rate* | whi mat be acceded to The home demand seems to be ra- 1 ult. ler more limited, and from appearances this ia likely to A icreaae Spinners are much in the same state aa on this j Moi ay week, the demand continuing any thing but brisk. Or Lkidi?Neither on Saturday or Tuesday waa thera \ M.e' nite ao manv ffooda sold at the cloth halli in on the ! P. irea or four previous market days, but there hns been [ "BI! tore done in direct deliveries to the merchants off* the J, larket days. particularly itripe lilt ladies' cloths for the .V ldia and China maikets, in which article there is more * , sing than for a long time past, and it ii very gratifying ' f tat it is affording employment in noma of the neighbor *' ig villages, which would otherwise have been very bare j*1-? f work, and at the same time it tends to prevent the |~Bf isrkets being glutted with other kinds of goods Prices ,l,at re much the same as for the last few weeks Business, i respect^the home trade, is as dull as usual at this pe- 00 od of the year, but the foreign houses are tolerably moL usy. m?f Bibmingham ?Tho manufacturers still continue to .*] ?poit a depression in trade, Vthrugh in some i ranches a change has taken place for the better, and I100 lere are various indications that the dullest features | '"J'bich usually oharactcriso trade here at this period of - , le year have passed away. The gun-makers still con- I we. nue well supplied with orders, and at the glass-bou<es aD? sere are unmistakable symptoms of briskness. That rhich has more than anything else contributed to cast a tho' bill over manufacturingfand trading operations during lle* tie last twe months, has "perhaps been the extreme dilll ' ,u" ulty experienced by our manufacturers in getting pay- , lent for their goods transmitted both to the continent *?J' f Europe and America. The consignees in Prussia, in I -1'" pain, and at Vienna especially, report the extreme difti p ulty in getting bills upon London, save at heavy dis . ouuts, and this is made the excuse for putting _ff pay- ?rn lent of the manufacturers here in the hope thHt cu cum- {dui tancea may tend the more to equalise the exchanges : ' "e? he effect of this is, however, felt to oper -te most injuri- | usly upen such trading community as ours, and to I ? laterially cheak its industry. 1 1?" Burn's Commsrciai. Ulanck.?From this valuable com- | gllf) ltrcial publication wa extract the following:?The arti- , rt,_ le which rank* No 1 in Mr Burn'a tables is thAt of cot- Ul?j >n yarn, one in the manufacture of which the least C0R mount of industry is employed. Vet this is one of the i {ao nly articles of importance in which we Had an increase f exports during the past year. In 1845 we exported of . otton yarn 131,937 935 lbs: and in the part year 157,130 To 25lbs?an increase of -25 millions of pounds, or nearly 20 i er cent over the exports of 1845. The increase ot that T ear over the preceding was short ot two million pounds j is o 'he increase this year is principally to Belgium, the poll lanse Towns, Holland. India,ami China, (from 15 518 987 ed fts in 1845, to 34.602 902 lbs), Naples and Sicily, Sweden in t nd Norway, Sardinia.Tuscany,Ire .Triesteand Austrian j ma orts. Turkey an '| he Levant. I o Ruada there is a con- hap iderable and continuous felling ofl' ' wh Our next article of importance is that of plain calicoes i it ri -a staple of our manufactures-which exhibits a very i thii light advance, the exports being, in 1840 018,839,131 | mei erds, against 613 138,045 yards. The slight amount of it c his increase may be judged of by the fact that the ex- of t torts of this fabric in 1842 were only 300 040 619 yards; hai hat it rose 160 million yards in 1918, and nearly 50 mil- for ion more yaids in 1844. cro In printed cottons?a more advanced manufacture?we 1 mve a falling off. the .exports being,in 1840 307 084,797 I am rards, against 310,860 697 yards in 1846, being a falling off ed if 16 per cent. The year 1846 exhibited a very alight and ailing off as compared with 1844. I at There is a falling off in the exports of cotton thread, for lamasks and diapers, cambrics and muslins, counter ara nines, quilts, cotton and linen mixed, ginghams, (nearly shs iO per cent,) hosiery, shawls and handkerchiefs, tapes leg ind unenumerated goods; and a slight increase only in A he unimportant artioies of dimities, lawns and lenos, dm :ords and fustians, nankeens, lace and ticks. pel The total weight of yarn in manufactured goods, yarn for >nd thread, exported in 1346. was 854 391 749 lbs. net igainst 836.866 327 lb< in 1846, the increase being more its han accounted for bv the additional exports ot yarn ofl I'he value of the cotton goods exported in 1840 was ?23, out 176 941, against ?32.063 80S in 1845.. The consumption of' ier week in 1646, Mr. Burn estimates at 81 793 bales, i nat igainst 30 933 in 1846. The quantity of varn spun in I 1940 he mukes 496 033 109 lbs, against 494 700 487 lbs. in gui 1846 Deducting from these respective amounts the ine parn exported, we have manufactured into gooda in 1840, gu; 137,903.084 lb* of yarn against 302,818 652 lbs in 1845, Jetng a falling off of 36,000 000 lb* of yarn, the manutac- ( :ure of which into gooda has been lost to our wotking De noiiulation. Deduc.lin* the Intel vsivht ssnnrlmf In yarn and goods from the total yarn tpun, we h*va 140-, ' Ul.3b0 1b? manufactured and consumed in 1?46 by the i 1 tome trade, against 167,000 160 consumed by us last j by year; a falling oil'in our home consumption ol 17,000.000 fro lbs ol yarn- | fro ' Ke Police Intelligence. ' rot Fas. 10?Burglary ?A black fellow, called Isaac Wil , liams, was attested last night by officers Williston and d? Levester, of the 4th ward, on a chaige of burglariously Da entering tho wholesale grocery store i3 James sl>p The d rascal was caught in making his escape over the back Ro ence leaving behind htm several burgiars'tools, wl.i 'h sn tie had been endeavoring to force open the iron tale J with. Committed by Justice Drinker lor trial. bel Jl Female Pickpocket ?A woman, by tho name of Ann I'h Cook, was arrested, yesterday. by a poltcemar ol the 7th lib ward, on a charge of stealing a purse containing +10 be- wi long to Joseph Carr. a tailor, whil* in a house of disre 1 put# in Walnut street Looked up by Justice fimpsou. toi jJ Diehoneti Boy?Captain Perrv, and Assistant Cap ^ tain Baker of the oth ward, arrested yesterday, a boy by i lha nama nf Thnmai All*n<lAr urlin o/ui in tha employ of Mr Henry B. Melville, Jeweller, No. 1 Little (Jreen itreet, on a charge of Healing from ; ' hit employer at variona timea, i urn pi of gold, froui I the atiop, which he aold generally at one third ita . r.ilue On Monday he wsa detected by Captain Better in ? trying to aell a lump for $1 valued at $10 to Mr. C. Van- ; ' ' Jevoer, No. 91 Weat Broadway. On hia arreat he became , alarmed, acknowledged robbing Mr. Melville, and un- v dertook to ahow Captain Baker where ho aoli another lump of gold which he atole from Mr. Melville . He then took them to a jeweller'* akop at No 369 Hudion itreet. kept by Thomaa Barnard, known aa (jo| an old fence, where, on searching the piemiaea, a pair ( of gold bracelota were found, whlah Mr. Melville ideuti- ^ Bed to be hia property, they having been atolan fiom hit j 0 ihop lome few months since Upon Hading this proper- (#f ty in the pos-ession of Barnard, be wus at once taken in- pa to custody and conveyed to the Tombs, before Jua'ice ?j'0 Drinker who committed him to prison lor examination Bu The thitf was, likewise, locked up y|< Court Calendar?ThlJ Hay. ; Sumatra Oouht.?60 37, i j, ho, 6.4, 7h, 76. p'j 93, lf o, . 111 11H 85.41,43,54,191 to 181, 13? 134 ll.i, 137, lit, I m , 140 to 141 H* ommon Pi.?as ?part 1.?87, 86, t9, 47, 97 90 103, s3, t0, 180. 105, ?7. La i'ast 9-119,83,96, 136, 53, If'fl llfl, 188, 148, lfc6, 390, j,,, J4 74 36,394 Hi Cibcuit Court.?35 to 44 incluaive. Co He Court of General Sessions ' Before Recorder Scott, and Alda Brady and Walker, y' John McKeon, Esq., District Attorney. Trial of William Ball, centinuad.-Thia trial vraa reaum- ' ad at the opening ol the Court y eaterday morning, and the Lo :aaa anbmitted te the Jury about 4 o'clook in the after- I *r noon; but at a Into hour a verdict had not bean rendered. I k DOIT ION AL INTELLIGENCE TBOM IBS B3AT OP WAR, IN1LT I5TKBFSrilS INTELLIGENCE. Address of Santa Anna. die. die. die. (From the New Or leant Picayune, Fab. 3 1 * have datea by the McKim, Cap?. Pilabury; from oe via Oalvaatoo, from tba former plasa to tha 34th lary and from tha latar up to tha 39th. Tha McKim tlned at Oa'veaton long enough for tha editor* there aha up tha intelligence,and from tha A'tai we make la following summary r far tha moat important nawa la tha arrival at tha :oa of Gen Worth with hia command. He arrived a on tha 33d alt. by way of Camargo. Tha ATtwi that Gena. Scott and Worth are to have command of main and regular army .which ia now concentrating amnico or at aoma place in tha neighborhood. Tba recruits hive their plaoe of rsndszrous at the new id of Loboi, about sixty milei to the aouth of TsmThe opinion i< almost universal that a movement iw to be made against Vara Cruc. It is undarstood that place is to he invested both by land and water. Harney, with five companies of the 31 Dragoons, expected in Matamorason the 31st ult, on which Col Duncan arrived there, and his battery was ly expected. Lieut. Kearney had arrived with his puny the day before. en. Wool was in command at Saltillo or in the neighlood, retaining his original force, 3000 men. He was imped on an elevated end commanding position ten s to the south of Saltiilo, on the road to San Luis si. This place is called Buena Vista, and gives Q?n. >1, with a battery of twelve pieoea of irdnanoa, comd of the only passable route to and lrom San Luis, orders are to maintain this position si. Hardin and his regiment from Illinois?a part of . Wool's command?ara spoksn of in tha highest it. The discipline of this rsgiment is seld to have i carried to an aimoat incredible degree of perfection, ict, the whole of Oen. Wool's army it reprasanted imposed of excellent troops, in whose valor and good luct every confidence may be plaoed. ha country from Reynoiu to Camargo and Miar, and ugh to Monteray, is tllsd with marauding Mexican?, ling and murdering wharavar they can do so with inity. he kindness and hospitality of the Mexican ladies at as are highly eulogixsd. At tha tims of General >l's departure from that plaea thsro wera thirteen in1 soldiers too much worn by sickness to a company army. On this occasion soma fifty or sixty Mexican i favorable to the American cause, visited the hos I, every one of whom nought it aa a favor that the ht be permitted to take home one 4t those suffering iere, where she might be eble to nurse end reetere to health All. of courae, could not be gratified in benevolent desire, end greet wea the diaeppoietment note who had to return without an American aoldier. ther similar caae it given of the two daughters o i Lorenzo Yarto, a citizen of Tarraa, who took e sick ier in their ehargn, and for several days in succession > kept a constant watch over him, t-ie one sitting by bedside by day, and the other performing the SMue ice by night. These instances of kindnes end huity are relateif by Dr. Woodworth, who is direct i Parras, end should be recorded. They will cerot soon be forgotten by those who have thus had r sufferings alleviated Mr. Liing, who has been engaged in the wine trade * reen,Parrae,and Chihuahua,recently returned frem the ir city, and reports that Lien. Cuilty, late Governor of luabua.was posted at San Kosalia as early as the 10th lecember, with a force of 3,000 citizen soldiers or sheros, with a view to incereept Gen. Wool, who expected to march upon Chihuahua from Monclova. he above is all the intelligence of impoitance we can The arrival of Gen. Worth, with his division, at Brazos, is of moment, as it would prove almost con ively that an immediate attack upon Veia Cruz, by I, ia contemplated. We shall aoon hear ot stirring ate. t 1 o'clock tliii morning the U. 9. steamship Ala> a, Captain Windle, arrived from Brazoa Santiago, ch place ahelefton Saturday evening last, the 31 at mong the passengers by the Alabama, wera Major rit. Captains Irwin and Kuiton, Lieutenant tlamilton, W. R. Smith, and Mr Smith. Besides theae were isrs. J. A. Banks and Dr Vanvolra, with the remains ,ieut. Woods, Capt. Johnson with the remains of Gen ier, aud Mr C. G. Miller with thoae of Capt. liams. 'e have received letters from Mr. Lumtden. who id for Tampico on the 80th ult in the schooner Kiiza ,epei . We have not room for them to-day, but can 9 that they mention the arrival of the shi.ot Sharon, hilaus and Ondiaka with Louisiana volunteers, and r departure for either Lobes Island or Tampico ; also the regiment of " Rifles" have been dismounted ; further that Col. Harney has been arrested by Gen . tt for disobedienco of orders, and was to be tried imIlately by court martial. More full particulars to row. i^e have also received letters from Mr. Haile, who is >i Gen. Worth's division, but which the lateness of the r prevents our giving this morning. His last letter luted " on thu Rio (Jiande, near Palo Alto," on tbu i ult, in which he states that Gen. Worth is quite null, but still able to give orders. He has between two three thousand men with him?the pick of the army, en. Scott and atatf still remained at Brazos, but it was light would sail in a few days ior Tampico. The r? brought by the McKim that Gen. Taylor had reled to Monterey is confirmed. be vessels with the 1st Regiment of Pennsylvania iinteers on board had arrived off (hp Brazos?all well. >y have been ordered, it is said, to Lobos rum Tampico we have dates to the 26th ult, brought Major Morris He informs us that Gen. Patter?en ved there on the 23d with 4600 men. Gens. Twiggs, tmau and Til low were along?troops all in good 1th. [Prom the Matamoras Flag, Jan 24.] y express from Victoria we learn that Gan. Taylor there for Monterey on the ISth, with Col- Ma) 's adron of dragoons. Col Davis's Mississippi region nt, Brags'* and Thomas's battsries. All ths reat of the ular force haa marched from Victoria to Tampico, er Oen Twiggs. Maj Genera! Patterson remains in linand at Victoria, with the Teoneasoe cavalry and Illinois brigade, under Oen. Pillow. AODRK8S or SANTA ANNA, f A? Moit Excellent Senorei. Stcretarite of tAs General Extraordinary Congreee. 'he installation of (he national extraordinary Congress, ne of the most grand and extraordinary results of the itical movements, which commenced in Mar and eadin August of the present year. 1, for my ware, and he name of the army which I hare the honer to comnd, and which bad so great a share in effecting this ipy charge, congratulate the sovereign assembly ich is charged with reconstituting the natien which ^presents, and whose talents are amply sufficient lor i purpose. I fulfil this honorable and pleasant duty by ana of this note, believing that the felicitation whioh ontaias, will be considered as an unequivocal proof he respect and attantion which the army and myself re for the august body which we are addressing, and whom we breathe fervent wishea that auoeess may wn their deliberations. have tried unil now. to fulfil the duties with which I charged, aa commander of the army. The loog-wishform union of the legislative booies has taken plae?, I by this act I am relieved of the responaibibties which icepted without vacillating. My obligations, therea, are reduced to those of a simple general of the it: and in that situation, which suits aa ao well. I >11 carry out with pleasure the determinations of the H i imate reprasentatives of the uation. day the leuona which we Mexican* hero received ring twenty live year* of revolution* and utelei* ex* I 'iment*,not be frtiitlcis! The illuitriou*citizen* which I m thi* extraordinary Congre**, know the will and the B testifies of the people, which ha* honored them with B confdence, and it i* their duty to bring about a future B happiness, a future of glory, credit and prosperity tor B r country. These are the ardent desire* of myaeif and B he praiseworthy army, to whom the defence of the ion i* entrusted. beg of your Excellencies to present thi* to the suit extraordinary assembly, of which you are worthy mhers; and accept, at the eame time, my most diminished consideration ANTONIO LOPEZ DE SANTA ANNA. Jod and Liberty ! Head Quarter*, San Luis Potosi, cember ?, 1848. Movements of Travellers. Yesterday's arrival* were coneideralily augmented the paeiengere o( the " Admiral " and " Sarah Sands," m Europe, independent of a considerable accession >m the South and Win of the Union generally AMtaictir.?Mr Benedict, Terrytown; Mr..Rankin, J. man, PeekekiU; S Lord, New York. Mr. lioldabo?fh, Mr Harris,and Capt McOrutler, U. 8. A. fl kkToa?Mr My*t*. Norfolk; F. 8.one,{Boston; C. H. rling, Providence; R. Ladd. Boston; W H. Drought, Hast; K|>es Sargeant, Halifax; O Oidfleld, Baltimore; I ' Lee, Virginia; J Anderson, Georgia; C Porter, W. igere, W Dandill, E * onnington. M. Whitney, R mner, M. D?i<tit, R Balch, M Barrett, T.S. Bigelew, Whitney, Boston; J Monroe, New O'loans; A t.amp- j il. Philadi lphta, m. CofHn, Portsmouth; J Fleming, iladrlphia; Hon R. Chaste, Mesa eohu* site i W Bug*, Now London; VV. Lindsay. Rochester; B. Wainigbt N. Rlisiell, Boston; H. Dodge Genigetown Ditv?W. R Rose, Texas; M T.ary, Plni*; S. WorI, Com. Kearney, U S Navy; J. Wall worth, Boston; , Levis, Alanama; Captain Dlnghain, Ne* Votk; J. ilson, Boston; K. Dempbale, Phila; J. Tbompson N. uk; 0 Adams, John Quincy Adams and luly. Bo-ton; Brooks. L < renshaw, Richmond; N Sturtevaut, Doti; J. Southree, Richmond; A. Gaaiock, A. Ford, Alr?y; M Coburn, Mail) Col. Thome, Gen Moorhooee, xas 'haskliis?G. Hayei, Philedolphia; H Huntley, N?w von; H. Cohb, North Carolina; D Wekemon, Nor ch; VV. Lockwood do; J. Colloy, Botton; B Broiinn, ; T. Biicon, do; B Olney, do; O. Medley, Now Haven; and W. Lcusengheim, Philadelphia; K Roiencrale, N. rsev; M. Chadwick, Hartford; S. Bougtton, do. J. Sib. r, Rochester; E. Simmons, do; A. Thompson, Utica; J. adiny. Belfast; Mr. Cullenden. do; Mr. Peabody, Loua; J. Pierre, Quebec. dowaau?F. Tuttle, Orange Co; J. 1,arising. N. York; Oray, Philad: W. Wella, Kentucky; D Desmoultn, ndon; K, i.ord, Tiertnont; H. Miller, 1 ronton; H. Che*, Phi lad; T Kay, Louiiiana; F Stuert, d0;8 Dilmore, Had; S P.nkney, do; Mr. Brown, Concord; A Branton, 41 on; ? Patch, Mate; W.Oralf, Canada; B. oertnsii, ton; T Agnetg, N York: J Todd, Poilad; Dr Page, ilnle, J. Hendrit, tseorgls; Mr Shaw, Lexington; J. uinemou, Baltimore; U Boyd, Portland lunioi'i. ? W.Dowl ng, Keating. J tiandoK, New Or nit; A. Bawdy, Hpruigfl-ld; Mr. Smith, Boston; H. veils J Cumvell, New Yoik; J. Beitholemaw, Ne-v iven, vlr Kmg Mr. Uouihmne, Hartford; J t aningl, J St anton, New Haven; -*v. Preiton, Pbila; T Wiima, C. Collin*, I'.urtferd; If Kieli, Baltimore; Mr Cairn, 8t Louis; ?- Howe, Haritord; P Petnaricbe, Pa; ti. 1 ce, New Haven; A Dunbar, Hatttord; A. Siiatt-n. m> i *. Vlu k?, ttulunwiu, C. Campbell, Albany; J. It. H ijt, Danhuigh. UTHDU,%'e - vVm. White, St. Louie,Mr Phelpi. Boron; lorge Holeclt, O. B. Lent, T. Sherman, Poughk*?|.ii?; Wilcox, BuA'elo; P. Wilton, New York; J. Kdly, N. reeyjJ Mayo, Utiea, M. Lolton, Bufl'.ilo, G Fed ten, H lUiiTille} J. Burn), W Sedney, W. Recher, D Beer i T. Achly, J. Smith, W. Hopper, rhiled; R. Freemen, il iw York; F. Day, St. Louie. W ^i. I

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