Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 22, 1847, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 22, 1847 Page 1
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< TH] 1' ?M. nil. HO.Wktli It. MIT BV UARKDBN * CO.'S KXfRBII. ' i ??1 THE DETAILS OF THE NEWS KKCBIVKD BY THK STEAM SHIP HIBERNIA. IMPORTANT COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Ac? d(c? 4itc* The price of bremd io Pari* hu again baan railed tw centime* the kilogramme, or about Xd. ?o Hi* * lb. loaf. IThe King of Naples has forbidden the exportation o wheat, as be had previously that of maize. The Prussian government is making large purchase of rye from Russia, in order to reduce the price of con This Pope has been elected colonel of the civic guar of Rome. The e ffective force or tlie KrencU army ii to ba aug mentrd by 10,COO men. Wheat of the first quality U now rolling in Lisbon f? 101*. th? quarter. Thore are twenty-feur large steamer* now construe ing in the Clyde, betides other vessels. The treaty of commerce and navigatien between Ni pie* ani the Zollvereir,was Anally concluded at the clos of I ant month. The 8|>anish papers state that large Quantities of maiz have been shipped from Vigo, and other Qalician porti for England. A quantity of fresh pork was received from New Yorl bv the Oxterd packet-ship, and is now on sale in Mai chaster Mrs Butler, late Miss Kamble, after having demaade ? 100 per night of Mr. Bunn, to perform at Drury-lan Theatre, London, plays at Manchester for ?40. The Malta journals brought by the Levant mail er presses alarm at the small quantity of corn in the islant which does not exceed twenty days' supply. Pirates have lately infested the coast near 8alonica, i Macedonia, land at the beginning of last month the plundered a French schooner, named the Cnvier, of 700 dollar* in money. The marrisseof Don Juan, the vounreat son of Doi Catlos, with the youogest aiatar of the Duke of Moslem was celebrated at Modena In the beginning of Februarj It i* reported that meaaaraa will aeon be taken by th Dutch government fer the total abolition of the domeatl alavery which atill prevail* in Java. | Every amall farmer la Limerick county who can mui ter ?30. or even ?10, ia about emigrating to America i the enauing apriag. The Emperor of Ruaiia haa ordered that no peraon aha! eatebliah any telegraph in hi* dominion* without hi* pel minion. The Brazilian Vice Conaul atTrieate, haa propoaed t the Austrian Government, to aead aeveral thouaandpoo families from th* Reirengebirge and Erzgebirge to Bri zil, at tie expence of the Brazilian government. In con*equenoe of the high price of grain, the dail allowance of oat* to cavalry horae* baa been reduce from ten pound* to aeven pound*, which will aave aboi 19,000 bushel* of oat* per annum in each regiment. The Siberian gold mine* seem to become more produe tive, aa it i* stated that 439 poods of gold in bar*, equal t 31 033 lba English, coming from the mine* of Barnoul fo the Russian mint, lately passed through Nijni Nov< gorod. The value of this bullion in English money, j ?1,199,600 The wondorful patriarch of the English tenors, Braham is now in London, and is rusticating lor a time, after git ing four hundred concert* in thirty seven weeks, tw each day, and travelling every morning by railroad, poi stages, fcc. He is in excellent health, strength, an voice. la the House of Commona on the 3d instant, Lord Joh Russell announced that her Majesty has been pleased t call a council, to oonsider the best day on whiah to B[ point a general fast and humiliation, on account of th present awful condition of the aiatar kingdom. This an nouncement was received with evident satisfaction bj both sides of the house. The affairs of irciaud still continue to absorb at' ontioc The proposition oi Lord George Bentinck, forexpendin) sixteen millions onrailways in that country, was reject ed by a large majority, and the accompanying discussioi ?for the ifouso was two or three nights in lull but dii contact chorus on the subject?showod that th# evils at tending the proposed remedy would far outnumber th benefits 'J ho transportation system is to undergo a change Convicts are not henceforth to be sent to the Australia: colonies. Some scandal has been brought upon the Church bj the strange episode of which Cambridge has been th< scene The Chancellorship of the University become vacant. Ht John's College puts forth the Earl of Powi as their candidate, who bos made himself conspiouous a a staunch upholder of things as they are, by his opposi tion to the junction of the tishoprics of Banger and St Asaph. Trinity College aspiies higher?pats up Princi Albert as their candidate, and, although the consort o the Queen declines the honor resolutely, they insist up on electing hiin A defeat would have placed tbo Princi in a painful position. He has succeeded, end it is nov asserted that he will act. The movement is certain!] not creditable to tbo Church, nor calculated to increasi its respect amongst the people Tbo ministers of reli gion never suffer so much in tbo estimation of the worlt us when they go out ot their way to toady greatness. Mr. O'Connell. it is said, is dying The state of his healtl prevents his removal to lielund. His confessor, Di Miley. left Dublin, by express, to attend him in London whet e he now remains. His complaint is stutod to be wa ter on the chest and dropsy in the legs?fatal symptom ever at his time ( life. The number of inquiries daily a his hotel is great, and it is siiJ a servaut from the paleci is amongst the number. The financial position of France is said to be most em barrassiug. The i'uits correspondent of a morning papei puts down the deficiency at Hourly thirty nitse millions o pounds sterling, and adds that the department of finauct is tit-atile to answer tbo demands upon it. The Budge Committee, it is added, has been ordered to make annear mice* square as much as possible ; but even their vetsioi wilt >lww a dellcioacy of 4U0 01)0,00* franca, or sixteei mill.ou* stalling ! hi consequence of the French government having ru>sed the export duty U|>en mar/.e to a prohibitive rate the pi ice. which had reached 37 a par quarter in BayoDm andJfti per quarter in Berdeaux.excluiive of evpoit du ty. tine receded to about 80s in both porte. I tie calculat ed that these porta would have shipped 70,000 quaiter* o ma ze for Ireland, in the course of one fortnight, had no tuis prohibition been issued. AriTnus L?ait.?The wtugiiurgA Gaxttlt has the fol lowing from a Vienna correspondence, dated the 10th ? " The new loan ol eighty millions, at five percent, is de fioitiveiy couciuded with the house of Rothschild. Bine and Aia?tiu and ??keles. The detaila of the contrec bio not yet publicly known." Thk Irish Famikk?Its Immkbistc Crracrs t'ror Livshvooi..? At the select vestry meeting, on Tuesday i ' appe ired.from return* made by the parish officers, tha the expenditure for the relief of the Irish immigrant! r.ow avetnges ftOOi. per week. Under the new system o. n imini* erwg relief, at their own temporary residences e.ter itquiiy by olticeis specially appointed for tho pur pose, two lacis hsve been made evidentFirst, the undar the former systems of reliaf, a great deal of impe aition was practised upon the parish : and, secondly, tna the overcrowding of the population in certain low iocali ties oi tho town, in constquence of the influx of paupers has superinduced an alarming amount o( sickness, wl aid lias rculenxi n> cessary n much gieater amount of reliel Although, in the flist place, a number alleged to amouti to 'J4 COo p?r day, were relieved at a cost to the parish o about 37ci per wi ek, tliu cost to the perish for the la* wci k ui on one-tbird ol the number, amounted to 44SI The treat reduction in numbers is accounted for by w ha his a nco proved to be t o lect. that in the (list iiistanci the ct it-r n of the lowest clue* of Irish residents wen lent out for the purpose ol exciting commiseration. Thi a'f:v. Is i f them poor creatures dining tho last w??l amounted to 4 i>43. It fuituer appeared thit the Irm) who ariived in Livetpool, and emigrated thence t< America, since the latoi Januuty, without any awsislanct (rem the pariah, am iuut t? the unprecedented numhei (for thie period of the year) of OOfiO.?Liverpool Standard Feb. 37. Ifaelilona for March. There is ro great variety in the make ol evenini d sst, s .hie season, as far as the coraages aie concerned tney continue to he pointed with draperie or berthe, an the sleeves vmy short; the skirtaare very long, and i 0 thick materials, loim trains; they are (.till made ver] lell. Velvet, figured satins, moires and damns,u'e most ly used for evening dress, and accord well wi h the neel leCcs. I andtauxof diamonds, now so fashionable. Tunic of point d'Angloterre, burning short upper skirt, over t latin dress, wi h deep fertile and Aounce to cot respond havti a v? ry rich eAect. Very small tips of marabouts feathers, on denies or brocaits of gold or silver, in smal Moorish patterns, have a hcauttlul effect. Oaneialiy all dresses of clear materials, as gauzes, crapes, he aremsdo with several skirts, the upper one forming cor 1 olio or tunic; for young ladios taffetas are still much ii f.ivor, and tin m toilettes of elegant simplicity. Flower ure very much used in ornamenting dreiaea, and gimp i very Itahionihle, end made in great variety, both aa t style mid lighlneaa. Mantnuta oi gimp on relief at aowetinuB plactd on ouch aide tlie shirta of crape o gacze dreaaca, railing Ihetnckaaoaa to form draper! t -militating with a I mud of gimp a jotir) thia I mud ma; be replaced by a ieuillage if velvet Dreaira ot tatieta honton d'or, tea green or ail white, with triple flounce pietty for dtmi toilette Ciape bonneta and cepotea at bal tg made i ruainented with fl-> wera encircle I with blind mm are intertnik'd with at raw or gimp, and are of a ligh uoaa and elegance atiiuhle for the aprtng aeaaen Bonnet of paille guipure will ho emougat the emlieat in raqnea I'.-ipotr-a a eonliaaea of groa d'ete have the runnora orna mentni with velvet, and othera have a narrow blond pu on lull it each couiiaie. The evening coiflarea ofl'e niant ptatty noveltioa : tho neweat are the gypay, o black laco or dei atlled'er, intermixed with roioa an ioDvca ; the coillurea Luiaa and Odette are alao pretty ono formed of a hall square of lace ia quite novel; th cornera rounded, and (all behind the head. and the tide nre confined by honeyatickle, a (pray of which croaae the foiohoad under the border of the flchu. Marin flower* ate vety faihior.able thia aeaaen, and compoa many proity co.flurea; wieathaare numeroua, and wide Into lull buachea at the ears. E NE \r The Bight Million* Loan. [From the London Globe, March 11 ' At ton o'clock thi* morning, Lord John Ruanell and I the Chancellor of the Exchequer attended at the Treaaui ry. to receive bidding! for the lean of .?8.000,000 for the I relief of the diitreaa in Ireland and Scotland. There were pre tent the Governor and Deputy-Governor of the Bank ' of England, Baron Rothichild and hie three brother!, Sir John Rae Keid, Sir J. H. Mildmay. Mr. Baring, Mr. Thoi. , Batei, Mr. T. 8 Barnard, and moot of the gentlemen who were in attendance on Thnreday laat The flret tender put in wai by Baron RothechilJ. The oiler in hia letter waa BOX Mr. Baring then handed in a letter, tendering for the loan It wai opened, and the price waa 8?XThe Chancellor of the Exchequer?Do you intend to take it between you I Baron Rothichild anewered in the aifirmative. The aealed letter of the government maximum pricea waa not opened, f A very long diacuaaion then enaued relative to the precise terms and the reoeint of intaraat. in *? < ?r g the capitalist* present toek part. At length the Chauceli. lor of the Exchequer aaid n* waa prepared to pay divi. dend* in July upon all portions of the loan fully paid up, and interest upon instalments mad* in each month up to the 3d of July: but that upon stock not fully paid up bef fore the 12th of October next, the year's dividend would not be receivable before the month of January next ir The contract* were signed and the meeting broke up. [From Wilmer Times, March 4] |. On the 26th ult, at the preliminary meeting respecting the loan of ?>,000.000, proposed to be raiaed in tne present year, at which were preaent the principal bankers, * merchants, tcc, the measures proposed were? "1. That the loan to be contracted for was ?3,000,000 of money. e " j That the tenders should state the amount in money > that the party will give for ?100 stock in Three per Cent. Consols, k ' 3 No discount to be allowed. I- "4 The instalment* to be paid on the days following, ? "Deposit of 12 per csnt. on Friday the 6th of March. J Payment of 12 per oont do, 9th of April. . " 12 do do, 7th of May. " 12 do do, 11th of June. " 12 do do, 9th of July. I' " 12 do do, 6th of August. '? ' 12 do do, 3d of September. " 16 do do, 16th of October n y 100 0 "0. The deposit will be retained as a security for the future payments on the days specified, and stock will bo Q given lor the money paid in at oach instalment after the t first, if required. "6. The interest tn .ftmm.n,. ?i. * 1847 ; and for whole payments made on or before the 21 * July, 1847, the contributors will receive the half year's c dividend at the 6th July "7. No reserve for public companies. i "8. A sealed paper will be laid upon the table pren viously to opening the tenders, containing the lowest amount of money that Lord John Kussell and the Chanii cellor of the Exechequer will feel themselves justified in accepting for every X106 of stock, and in the event of a smaller sum being tendered in the several proposals than that in the sealed paper. It will in such case be openo ed and the amount in it declared. r fX"9 The biddings to take place on the 1st of March, at ' the treasury, at ten o'clock." At the time and place noted above the biddings took y place, when it was divided between Messrs. Baring and d Messrs Rothschild at the priee of 8%. lt The Hngllsti Budget. In the House of Commons, on the 81st of February, The Chancellor of the Exchequer rose to make the o financial statement of the year. Ho stated that it was ir many years since a Chancellor of the Exchequer had to > report such heavy demands upon the Exchequer, but is those demands were occasioned by the dearth of food, which was a visitation of Providence. Thousands oi . starving persons in Irelsnd appealed to this country for r' sympathy and assistance, and that he ceuld not refuse. 0 Never, however, had the finances ofthe country been so lt able to bear thoir demands For the first timo there had j been no deficiency bills, and the produce of the revenues had been sufficient to defray the expenses of the State. In the Customs, the produce of every article D for the last nine months, had, with the exception of ar0 tides on whieb duties had been reduced, exceeded the estimate. In the Excise, with the exception of soap, 8 the same had taken place. The right hon. gentleman * I stated, however, that it would be perfectly fallacious to f 1 oVMPt thcaf a o?n?* 4KU-- ? 11 " ?-? ? -.??v VI Iiuuga WUUIU CODllDUe. H6 found they weie on the verge of a check, but mw do i. symptom* of a revulsion He considered commercial 5 matter* were on a firm basis, and attributed such sound; nens to the elfect of the banking bill of Sir H Peel,passed n in 1844. The whole produce ot Customs and Kxcise ler i- the last year was ?34 400,070, of this ?6,630,000 was con: tributed by articles of food, ?'31,781,000 of driuk, and by c tobacco ?4 336.000, making ?31,643 out of ?34 .'>00,070. This must have diminished in consequence of the dimii. nution of employment in the manufacturing ^districts.The n drain of bullion in the bank has not beeu so great a* might be expected. Tin amount of bullion was only . ?1,300,000 leas than it was this lime twelve months. ' The late Chancellor of the Exchequer had calculated . upon a surplus of ?776,000, and the actual surplus was . ?3,846,000, including ?304,000 paid as duty on the im . port of foreign sugar He now would state what the probable income of the "year, from 6th April, 1846 to 6th April 1847 would be. Last year the duties on corn pro, duced ?793,000. He could not calculate upon such an r amount, but atill be calculated in security. Thero had been an increase in the importation of butler, cheese, B and silk last year, consequent upon the reduction ol j duty, and he calculated that this increase would con, tinue, and ha assumed that the probable revenue from . the customs would ha ?30,000.006. Of excise duties he reckoned for the year ah increase of ?ia 7nn imfi 4 contemplated from stamp* a revenue of ?7 600,000, from taxes ?4,-j70.000, from the property tax ?6.390,000, from the post ofllcei ?045.000, from crown lands ?1:10.000, 1 from miscellaneous sources of revenue ?427,000 ; making a total ordinary revenue of ?31,063 000 The expen '? ses of the interest of the debt and the Consolidated Kund 1 would be ?30,736,000 ; lor tho army, ?6,840,074 The 1 navy vote would be ?7,661.000; the ordnance vote would 1 be ?2,670,127, being an increase of ?135 60S. Themis ' cellnneous votes, exclusive of votes for Ireland, would be ?3,760 000,being an increase of ?397 000. The whole ot the estimates would amount to ?10.861 077, making r the whole ordiuary expenditure ?61,576,000 What the ( expenditure for Ireland might be it was not easy to state, t lor it depended on various eircumstances ever which he t had no control. He should be safe in reckoning the ex penditure at much less than ?1 000,000 a month up to the i tuno ol' next bar vest. He could not calculate the sum at less k than ?8 000,000. The question then, arose whether he should borrow all the ?6,000,000 or only a part He be. lieved that the more prudent course would be to borrow 1 at once all the money. The next question was, whether in borrowing so large a sum of money he ought to aocompany it with increased taxation, not only for the purpose of paying the interest, but also (or the discharge t of the principal at no distant time I The present yesr, , however, was an unfit period for increased taxation; for any site ation in taxation always produced a stagnation of trade. He, therefore, proposed to raise the interest of , Exchequer Bills from l>?f to 2d a day. The annual ex pens* which kc should thus incur would be ?146,006 He should thus have a charge of ?422,OUO to deduct from , hi* surplus ol ?489,000, which would leavo him only a t suiplua of ?67,000; so that upon tue whole he should have a surplus ol ?33-J.OoO It must be evident from this statement that he could ill spare any revenue ' thia year; and that must be hie answer to the va> rious application* which bad been* made to him t for a reduction of the duties on tea, tobacco, malt, lie. Having noit stated that he did not intend this year ' to propose a permanent instead of an annual system ol > sugar duties, he proceeded to regret the interruption wuich the calamity ef the country had given to the com' meicial and financial policy which had been carried on * for the last four years with such unparalleled success ' He then read a statement of tho regular increase In the consumption of tho articles of cofl'oo, butter, cheere, cur taut*, sugar and lea, which han taken place in the inter1 val between the year 1843. and the year 1846 ; and showed that that consumption must have boon occasioned by t n??Ul? 1-1? J _I.t- - iuu?? i ?><! uvuiK h1*' s" wnuiuuie ream 01 tho work inK classes by the reduction of the duties upon them ? Having ron({'miniated Sir K I'eel on auch tiring the reaulti <>t hie policy, he concluded by moving a lormal vote, thnt t'n oj.oeo he gianted out o/ the consolidated I'und for the ruiief of Ireland A desultory discussion then took place, in the course of which Mr. Hume, Mr. Williams, and Mr. Roebuck found fault with the financial policy of the Government The latter gentleman insisted that the house ought Pot to allow this loan made until it had insured tho passing of ti e Irish Poor Law, and called upon Lord John Itus sell to impose an income tax upon lieland, as an act of justice towards Kngland. Lord J. Ri'sski.l contended that it would be neither wi?e nor just nor considerate to impose an income tax t en Ireland at the present moment. ; Mr. GovLBua* expressed his gratification at finding I his estimsie of the produce of the revenue for the present ( jeer so much exceeded, and refuted the fallacies put t forth by l,ord O. Bentmck on the subject of protection and free trade c France. We have received the I'erla paper* of the 1st inat i The rtppructttmml juat effected between the KnglUh , Ambassador at Pari* and the Krench Minister for Ko* , reign Affair*, or, rather, the p'rench " Premier," ia their 1 leading theme. The King of the Belgian* wa* to leave , Pari* on Wednesday or Thuraday tor London; and i. tha Prince de Joinville was also about to quit the Tuilerias' Palace and assume tho command of a large portion 3 of the Mediterranean squadron. s ' Wl ea*,' aay* La hr/armt, " has again risen in price a in all the markets of the Pari* radius. The hectolitie is o worth almost every wheie from a?t. to40f. 60c ; at seve eral places it has reached 43f. At Paris and Orleans the r iim ui wii-m in wotin iii mucn ua lOHf The trade ere p ot opinion that this year, will be a more dieaatroua one y than 1017 " i Don Carloe, hi* conaort, and ltii ion Fernando, left Mc* dena on the 10th ultimo, on their return to Genoa, e The Prti?? publiihea a letter Irom China, brought by I, the lait Indian mail, atating that Mr. Fverett, the AmenI can envoy, bad been received with great pomp and cerea morjr by Kilng, the Impetial Commiaaioner, and had t partaken ol a grand banquet apecially prepared in bia honor Mr. Kveratt, in the courae of the dinner, prot poaed the health ol the Kmprror ol China, and the Iniper rial Commianioner propoied that ol the I'reaident of the it I nited Mtatea. A very friendly feeling waa maaifaated d by Kt-lng and the other official poraonagea towarda the ; Americana. After having thui formally opened diplo* a matic relation! between the United H.atea and the Celaaa tial Km pi re, Mr. Kverett and hia mite took their depar a tare from china en hoard the Vicoeaiet. t, m uiceiwK oi iQ? ACHdemy 01 mom bdu ro* 0 litical Hcie ncei, Mr. Whaaton, until lattly United States d Miniater at Berlin, raad a paper on the right of succeato Denmark, Bchleswjg, and Hobtain? a aubjaot XMT 17- n j I u EW YORK, MONDAY M ' which excited, some little tine ago. immenie commotion in Germany. Mr. Wheaten stated hi* opiuioa to be that ; the right of women to succeed to the throne of Denmark I was perfectly clear ; that their right to succeed to the Duchy of Bohleswig was doubtful; but that they certainly could not, according to ancient and existing laws, succeed to Holatein. On the 17th ult. the United States Minister and Mr. Whaaton were received by the King. It appears that at length the government of France has presented a bill to the Chamber of Deputies, authorising it to concede four steam vessels belonging to the national navy to a mercantile company, needed by Messrs. Herout and Handel, who, in return for the vessels, undertake te establish regular steam communication between Havre and New Vork, and to carry the Pos* office mails for nothing. The vessels are worth 1,900.000 francs; but, in giving them, the government effects a saving ofhot less than 7,300,000 francs compared with the terms it offered some years ago. When regular communication shall be established betweeu Havre and New York by means of these steamers, it is calculated that the Liverpool vessels will lose 170,000 francs per auuuM iu iae conveyBDCB oi i* rencu toilers, wira* perhaps, six or seven time* the amount in koo<1i anil passengers. The bill authorising the oeiaion of the ateamara ia now bafora a committee of tha Chamber of Deputiea, and will probably become the law of the Uud in three weeka or a month's time. Ever aince 1H40 the Krench government haa had the intention of having a regular communication between one of the Krench porta and the United States, and more than one bill haa been prevented to the Chambera on the aubjoot; but, atrange to aay, different circumatancea have till now prevented the roaliaatiouof ao aimple and yet ao important a meaaure. Beaidea the Havre and New York lino, the government propoae* to eatabliah othere from Saint Nezaire, (at the mouth of the Loire,) Bordeaux, and Marieillee to Rio Janeiro. Martinique or Guadeloupe, and Havannah, and a bill i* now before the Chambera authorizing it to concede thoaa lines to companiee. It ia coneidered doubtful, however, whether they will anawer the purpoae of any mercantile company, unlaaa, indeed, the government bo prepared to allow a Urge aum annually. France, like Germany, ia manaced with extenaive emigrations to America. In Alsace the inhabitanta of whole village* ara preparing to take their depaiture in the spring. Their determination ao to do baa been taken in conaequence of the exceaaive dearneaa of food, which ia higher iu Alsace than in any other part of the kingdom. The government haa received news Irom Tahiti up to the l'J'.h Nov. Several engagement* had taktn place between the Krench and the utives, and the Governor ? VI Bruat had no hope of disarming the latter until after the arrival of fresh troops from France. Queen Pomare had again and again most positively refused to return to Tahiti, ao long as M Bruat should remain there, notwithstanding the principul English inhabitants, with whom she ia on the moat friendly terms, had entreated her to do so. A new governor ha* been sent out to supersede M. Bruat, and as he ia known to, and respected by Pomare, it ia hoped that ha will be able to induce hor to return to the iaUnd, and thereby prevent further bloodshed. At tho half yearly meeting of the Bank of France, it was stated that not less than 17-1,847,000 franc* had been drawn from the reserves sinee the month of July, principally on account of the distress occasioned by the scar city. The details given of the bank's operations were not of the most satisfactory character -, nor were the hope* held out for the future very cheering. In the last six months of the year discounts were made of commercial paper to the amount of 600,000,000 francs, htiug only 18,000,000 more than in the corresponding half of the preceding year, whilat in the Arst six month* the increase was more than 003.000.000. This will viva an idea of the cruelly depressed state of trade. The corn merchant! of France have been strongly recommended by the government to make extensive importation* of wheat and corn irom the United State*, and have been reproached with not having done 10 before thi*. In the Chamber of Peer* al*o, similar complaint* and recommendation* have been made. Corn and flour are extraordinarily dear at preaent, and the misery that exist* i* really very great. A report is credited that " England, Austria, Prussia, and Russia have just protested against the sovereignty of the Bey of Tunis. It i* also said that this protest will be published in a few days." Six first clais French steamers have been ordered to the mouth of the Mediterranean, for the ostensible reuson of assisting corn laden ships bound to Fracoe ; but the real motive is stated to bo a desire on tho part of Franco to prevent the landing of any troops in Portugal from the iuumu ommi) iv jviu kug miguumcb. Spain. Madrid jouruali end lattara of the 24th ult. havo como to hand. The Chamber of Deputies were sitting, and the debate on the addreaa had been resumed when onr advices left M. Madoz had spoken at considerable length, but hi* speech, which M. Mon was likely to reply to, does but reiterute M. Cortina's attacks on the lstuntz administration In the course of the debate on the day before, the Minister of Grace end Justice had approved of the committee's projected address, and declared that the new Cabinet were most anxious to obtain the support of the whole Modarado party, and dotoruiined on acting with the greatest energy against all factions. Numberless re poita were current at Madrid as to the projects and movements of the Carlisle; but very few of them would appear to be well founded. In the JEco del Comet eio there is an account of the occupation of Cervera by Triatany and Res de Kroles, which represents those Montemolinist leaders to have acted with great moderation and generosity. The Herald affirm* that Den Miguel is in London. The ministry bad agreed as to the Oasis of the union of the dan Fernando and Isabella banks. That the Queen Dowager would soon leave Madrid for the French capital seemed certain. Holland. A periodical published here, under the p tronage ol the government, and specially devoted to Asiatic matters, praises in the highest terms the moderation and prudence of the American Coaimodore Biddle on his recent visit to Japan. Both he and his mission were treated so disrespectfully (the Japonose government positively refusing to receive him or the President's letter) that ha might have been excused had he tried the efficacy of canuon-ball and gunpowder. But had ha dono ao, it is said, that he would have retarded for yeart the opening of Japan to his country's commerce, whereat hit moderation has given the Japanese the higheet opinion of the nation he represented, and has favorably disposed them towards it. dimilar praise is bestowed upon the French Admiral The artiele is written- by a gentleman who has loag resided in Japan, as doctor to the Dutch factory, it appear* that tho King of Holland haa strongly recom mended the Emperor of Japan to throw open bit country to Europeans, so as not to run tha risk of being bombarded into civilization like the Chinese. Switzerland. i ne insiiuuion 01 a uenersi ovuncii, ai demanded oy the revolution ol October last, hei beau carried into effect. This populur assembly is composed of upwards ot 10,000 voters, and ia invested with the right to uumiaate the members ol the Council of State, anJ to vote laws. Details of legislation are abandoned to the Orand Council, which haa become a merely secondary body. We ire very curious to see how this immense Council will transact affairs. Italy and Switzerland. The disposition to a progressive and enlightened policy in the governments oi Sardinia and the Papal States, has caused repressive demonstrations on the part of Austria. That government haa marched largo bodies oi troops upon tha frontiers of Switzerland and Piedmont. It f* said that in the event of any disturbance in the legations, the King of Saidinia will intervene in favor of the Pope ; hu' it la added that Austria, which opposed the Sardinian intervention in 183d, will atill more energetically oppoae it now, being favorable to the.ltalian cause Germany. Prussia haa at length received something in the shape ef the long promised Constitution : the king has issued letters patent, enacting that the provincial State* of the kingdom shall be united into a general Diet aa often as it shell be necessary to raise loaaa, or to increase existing taxes. Thus the king accords to the Diet some control ovar the public money. The concession is not, perhaps, very great?ceitainly nothing like what was expected, but, considered as the first step towards liberty, its im Psrtance cannot he over rated. It will be the fault of the rtissiana themselves, if, now that they have got the power of the purse, they do not, before long, oMain tha laws. rights ami privileges, of a frea people?things tbat they merit, as one of the greatest and most intelligent nations in Kuroj e The roval patents, us tliey are called, are lour in numbor, and are very lengthy, setting forth a number of minute regulations with respect to the powers and attributes of tlte new Dirt Besides the convocation of the United Diet, for according loans and new taxes, the King preposrs to convoke, periodically, a committee of their Body, to consult them on such legislative acts as he may th'nk advisable. It seems, however, that they will not be allowed any legislative power, but will be a mere consultative body, whose advice may or may not be followed. It seems also, that they are to have the right of petition. These last two concessions are scarcely worth mentioning, some control over taaation being the only concession id any importance. The United Diet is to be formed of ell the eight Diets of the moosrcby. It will consist of two branches; one of the princss of the blood and the titled m bility, the other of the deputise (consisting of three orders) elected as at present The total number of the new body will be upwards of 6t0. Since the promulgation of this new Constitution, as some people call it, the Kr v has issued an ordinance convoking the Diet for llth A ril next,not, however, says his Majesty, because the -ate df the nuances requires their co opera tion, but because he is anxious to see them around him. The concessions made by the King, have, upon the whole, been very favorably received in Germany, notwithstanding they fall so far short of nubile expectation The ofHcial organ o( the government bus published some rematkable articles on the subject, in which it holds out a sort of promise that if the people behave well the King will moke further concession* before long, Po* tngul. The Miciiflita* Lava everywhere, doce the ilenth of Mecdonnell, Joined the Septemhrirta*. Count Dee Ante* had aaerched from Oporto to attack Ceeel, ana another divliion of the iniurgent*, under Baron Karoo*, had marched in the direction of Barca d'Alva, and ca>?ar Vaaconcellea. at the head of 2.100 men, wae at Pnnnjitel, prepared to diepute the piuage of the Dourn with Haldanha. Thi* force had been joined by 800 Miguehtei, under Bernardino. Mender Leite.a heptemhruu oflicer, at the head of ;uiO iukurgenta, halturpiieed Hnldenha'* depot ot arm*, at Averro, (which ii within the linea oc copied by Baldanha'i army, and only eight mile* fiom hi* head-quarter*,) and had captured 230 ttand of arm*, a quantity of ammnaition, a coniiderahl* turn of money, and several prieonei*. Among the latter i* the ion oi Saldanha'* military lecratary. The iniurrection wa* apreading in Algarre, and faro ha* been fortified by the insurgents. Craww. The H redan correspondent of a Rhenieb paper an nounce* that the Ruaaiu guard* are poeltlvely expect B?g?P-l M il fl IIA-JJ-J?i-i IRK ] [ORNING, MARCH 22 1 I ed ia Wtrnw, end that the Austrian government bat ordered several regiments 'troru the weetof Oellacia to ' draw nearer to th? m,i a?? in--?'-- ? ?J large purchases of horses for the cavalry. It it also | stated that or (era have been received from Berlin, in the province* of Pomerania aud Poien, to organize the second and fifth corps of the army.

ClicttMla. After two years oftne most perfect tranquility, which permitted the Russians to direct their entire efforts against Bchamyl, the famous chief ol the Trchetacheuses and Lesgiana, war has again commenced on the borders of the black Sea aud of ths Kouban. A body of 40(K mountaineers attacked the fortress of Gaga. Many ol the Russian garrison were killed, but the assailant) were eventually repulsed. The Com Trade of JBurope* I From the London Globe, March 1.1 The Gazette Jen Grieon* gives, as follows, the resuli ' of the corn harvest and potato crop in different States o j Europe In Southern Russia the corn was of a goot quality, but of small quantity. In Central and Northeri Russia the harvest was abundau'; the p itato disease wai only felt in a few districts. In Toland tho corn harves was bad in both quality and quantity; the potato cro] failed geuerally. In Scandinavia a bad harvest. Ii Prussia, generally speaking, in all the provinces both po tato crop and harvest were bad. In Saxony and Holsteii a fair harvest, but the rotato disease committed great ra vages In Hanever the harvest was bud, and the potatoe universally failed. In Wurtemberg, Baden,and Bavaria the quality of the grain waagood, but quantity small. Ii Turkey the maize was goog.and the rice and whoa mediocre. The harvest varied in the different pro vinces. Austria is similarly situated. In Italy maiz and corn good, but burnt in some provincos?po tatccs but little cultivated in Italy. In Swilzei land the quality good, but not ubundant; the potat crop failed. In France the harvest is universally bai and the potatoes foiled nearly in every deportment. I the Netherlands, and in Belgium, the corn-harvest ws equally bad, us also the potato crop. In England th corn-harvest was good, the potato crop partly failed. I Scotland th i grain was inferior, and the potatoes failei In Ireland both harvest and potato crop failed The Courrier of Marseilles says that commercial at! vices lrom the Levant are of a satisfactory character a regards the arrival of grain expected troin those porti A vessel from Odessa has brought tho intelligence t Constantinople that, on the 4'.h, the ice had broken u| aud that more than 60 veasels were able to sail for th Bosphoius. From this circumstance it ia hoped that, i the thaw has not yet become general, it will not be long before it becomes so, and that departures will take plac without inter ruption. It is stated that numerous vessel had beanongaged at Constantinople aud .Smyrna to tak< in wvm, ?i iuu uuituuui pun? ox j uriiey, lor Mur^eUicfi [From the Mark-lane Kxpress, March 1 | The wheat trade haa been iu an unsettled etate thii week ; In the early part huiioeaa waa excessively dull but subsequently the demand again improved, and wt are disposed to think that the fall which pricoa have late ly undergone will bo ahortly recovered The reactioi in the trade haa been principally cauaed by the falling of which haa taken place in tne lriah demand ; and aa it ii almost certain that the inquiry from the siater isle will again revive ao toon aa that which haa lately been bough on thia aide shall have gone into consumption, we canno reasonably expect a permanent decline under existini circumstances. The weather has, since our last, beei favorable lor out-door work, and the plough has been ii active employment. The preparation of the land for th< spring crops must, for several weeks to come, prevail large supplies of grain being brought forward by the fai morai and the stocks in the hands of merchants being ea ceediugly small, it la not improbable that, for a time a least, the supplies may fall short of the demand. By our Liverpool advices it appeara that buaineaa i grain bad in the early part of the week been very dc pressed', on Tuesday wheat waa quoted 3d to 4d per 7 lb; Indian corn, Is to 'Js pur 480 lb; oats Id per 4Mb: an flour 3a per barrel lowvr than on tnat day se'nnight. O Friday, however, tho matket waa well attended, and portion of the decline waa recovered. In flour extensiv bargains wore closed at 41s perbirrel, being an advaoci of a clear la per barrel ou Tuesday's rates. At the principal towua in Yorkshire wheat has r< ceiled 3s per quarter during the week; but there, as i other parts of the kingdom, a decidedly firm tone he been assumed by sailors within the last lew days Th commencement of field wofk has caused tome decreat in the deliveries from the growers; atill luflloient grai has been brought forward at the markets in tho agricn tu.w u?uiu? m Btiimjr iub ueuiiDii; moa tue uiscou aging accounts from the large consuming towns havin increased the anxiety of farmers to realize, the turn bi generally been in iatror of tho buyer Prices of all hint! of spring corn have likewise giren way; which is th moro singular, as the supplies hare bo-n very trillion and an increased demand for seed may be almost immi diately looked for. That the stocks of both, barley an oats are unusually light in all parts of the kingdom cat not bo doubted; but the consumption has been groat I economized, and nothing but actuul scarcity will, w think, causa a use In Scotland, business appears to have remained i much the same position as with us; and. with an opinio strongly in favor of higher ratea later in the season, th value of wheat, as well us that of spring corn, had rt ceded at the leading market*. Tha account* from Ireland are a shade less gloom this week; still, deaths irom starvation wore of daily ot curronce, and in the interior there are, we are iuformei scarcely any stock* of food. At Cork, Dublin, and L merick, good supplies of wheat meal, and Indian cori hud come to hand, which, with the flit reports from tb; side of the Channel, had had tho effect of causing a iligt destine in quotations of these articles The wind hoving been favorable for vessels from tli eastward, the arrivals of wheat from Lincolnshire, Sec have been rather large. The quantity brought lorwar at Mark lane by land carriage sample* from tho horn counties, has, roeanwhilo, been vary small; and the d< mand having rather improved, business has, in soma di gree, recovered from the depression of Monday. Th transactions on Wednesday were not particularly extei live; atill most of that latt over from previous receipt was placed at rates scarcely obtainable in the begmnin of the weak. Subsequently, the millers manifested mor disposition to purchase, und, on Friday, sales were, i some instances, made at a trifle over previous pricei Hoi iars of foroign wheat, have, throughout the week exhibited much flrmnoss, but th* business actual!; ilon* has been rather on a restricted scale Thi has been principally owing to a falling ofl' i: the Itiahdomand; but as a revival of the same i* con fldently expected as soon as the recent purchases sbal have gone into consumption, not the slightest anxiei; has been shown to presa sale* On the contrary, seller have rather raised than lowered their nrotensioits, am good qualities could cirtainiy not have been bought 01 at advantageous terms on Friday as in the commence ment of the week, iiy tha oflicisl accounts, publishe* on Friday, it appears that thera were, on the Mh of Feb niary, 40 670 qra of wheat, and 31,747 cwt. of flour in th United Kingdom ; the London Block is not cfticiall given; but, judging irom the comparatively empty a| pearance of the different warehouses along tho wate side, we should think that less is held than has been th case for a loug time past. Town manufactured flour has not excited much attei tion, and no change has occurred in its value. Ship sur pies were rathor presaingly offered in the early patt ihe week, but afterward* sellers became less eager I realise. There has also been a disposition to buy Amei can flour within the last few days, and several parce have changod hands at rates at wuich it was in vai offered on Monday. No increas* has taken place in the arrivals of Knglis barley, but having received several parrels from abroai this grain has not recovered the previous depression. .-tmiuer on weaueciHy nor Kriday did maltsters t)ii freely, and, with but eery few (ample* of really fin quality offering, previous price* could not be obtain* lor oven the best, whilst the ordinary descriptions hun heavily on haud, though offered at a decline #f Is to 'i per quarter The disinclination on the part of purchasoi to act is no doubt in a great measure c.iurcd by the e> peciationof further supplies Irom the near contiuenti ports, soveralof which are known to be free Irom ice. The dull state of the barley trade has had more or lei influence on that in malt ; and though holders have gel orally refrained from pressing sales, tho turn has been i favor ol the buyers. The supply of oat* has again fallen materially (hoi this work of the quantity usually consumed in tho mi tropolis, the total arrival, including n w:> quarters frot abioad, having amounted to only Id 952 quarter*. Th only way to account for the continued depression in th market i* by concluding that hay (the quality ol whic ia remarkably good,ami th* price compaiatively low) ha boon much more|axtensivelv used than in ordinary set son* ; but, making every allowance for this circuit stance, w* still question whalhsr it will be possible t dispense with the usual Irish supply. At present th dealers stocks are rrducrd to a very low obtt, and the are all holding off, in anticipation of early foreign nrr vals. During the week the operation* have been on strictly retail scale, and to have induced purchasers t take more than absolutely necessary for their preesin wants, less money must have been accepted. The lew parcels of Knglish beans leftover on Monde have since been placed et the lull rates then curr nt In lorsign little or nothing has been done, and quotation have remained nominally uoelterod. Kor pea* there has boon a fair inquiry, partly for shij ment te Ireland and Scotland ; neither whit* boilers no hog pes* have, however, realised more money than 1 th* beginuing of the week. The bargain* closed in floating cargoes of Indian cor have been on about the same terms as last week ; pui cnasers of the article have directed their atteution ei elusively to such parcels as were close at hand , and th . - inniwn, on oven aimoat wholly on Iriti I account I The weather appeara to have become comparativel I mild on the continent of Europe about the middle e ! February, and with a gradual thaw many of the river ' had bean nearly freed lrom ice. Letteri Irom Hamburg of the U4 ult. inform ua that the Elbe waa navigable,an that the re-opening of thi navigation had imparted cor i alderatde activity to the buaineea. Hi nee tha previou poat day 'J,400 laeta of wheat had changed handa, a ratea rather above tl.o.e before obtained. Dy far tin greater proportion of theie purcha?aa bad been or French account, the piicea offered by bittern from tha 1 country having exceeded the limit* of the Engltah or dart. .Stocka on the apot were email, and the contracti l cloaej hod bean principally for paicaia to be ehiipei I from nntporfa. From tloetock, Stettin and neighboring maiknta. tin advlcee deaoribe tha wheat trade aa exceedingly tirm | From Wilmei'a Time*, March 4 ] i I.oioov -Thie market haa been subject to aeveral changea aince onr laat report When the < atnbria aailed there waa a fair demand lor wheat and floor, and no al teratiou toek place from the tatea then quoted the ?U), when the trade rallied, and Knglieh wheat found raady buyer* at an advance of la per ijuatter. I.lttle buelnea* waa done in lenif n, but there waa not any material el FTKR A 847. | te ration in prices. Flour, of bom* manufacture, moved to oil' rather slowly at former rata* ; but tbara was a tome- co what improved demand lor American, and Indian corn to found purchasers at high rates The succeeding market* Oi dumg the week ending Feb. 13, were characterized by dn a brisk demand for most articles, and a gradual riae In be prices. On the 13th ult. the supplies of wheat were ps small and there was an active demand at an advanoe of 13 , Sato 4s per quarter on English, and 3a per qr on foreign so , wheat, since that day week, Feb tl. The trade is firm "" , for dour, and ship flour 3s per aack dearer. Barrelled 46 , flour, also, la 3s per barrel higher. Indian com was in- At i quired for on Irish account, hut nigh terms being de- P* f mends,I, comparatively few bargains were closed, ttubao- >at , quently the transactions were not so extensive. On the tbs 17th and 19th business became languid, and few sales of ed wheat, flour, or Indian corn were elTected. On the 33d pi] I the market was heavy, and priees receded H to 3s below set ; our last quotations. Holders of foreign wheat manifested ge; ^ no disposition to accept leas money, and where sales is | ( were made previous prices were realised. There was an cat [ ' improved demand for most articles on the 34th, and prices , spi ; were fully supported. Flour, of town manutacture, has pr< , been dilficult of disposal throughout the last week, but sot t , no change has occurred in quotations. Home of the sal- I or , | lers of American flour have displayed anxiety to realise. 1 an, j | and Western Canal, which could not have been procured ) t>o _ | below 43i per barrel, was, in partial cases, sold at Is to ! let I 'it Uur barrul b? u/r?r On the 1st inttont #!?*? mliaot I ?** opened slowly, but was aftuwurds somewhat enlivened rei y by some purchases made for France, principally ot red. In The local tra<le bought very sparingly, and business, on th the whole, closed heavily at about tho terms of Monday ki t last. In ioreigu the sale was rather limited. Indian corn th was in good demand, at advancing prices. Yesterday, th q March 3d, red Knglish wheat was more saleable on about ttc the same terms as on the 1st inst. Barley had a dull sale, an , and foreign oats receded Is per quarter. ?> -> q Livaacool?This markot has been characterised by I much unsteadiness during the last month. Sometimes si i| prices advauced, and according as supplies came for a ig ward they again receded. On the 3th the trade was firm, ei e and American flour advanced Is to Is fid per bbl; 40s was fo n paid for American; Indian corn had a revived demand.? p< j There was much activity at tho market held on the 8th; lii and wheat advanced from 31 to fid per 70 lbs. An exten pi i eiva bueiueas waa done in American flour, and a rise of ei , lull 3s per barrel abovo the rates curront on the 1st, was ol . established. Yellow Indian corn waa also 3s per quarter dl 0 dearer. The trade continued active until the lith, when si , a farther rise of Is 3d per barrel for flour was establish- tl ' ed; Western canal brought 431 fid, and Indian corn sold fo ^ ut 73) per qr. for yellow Portuguese descriptions. Feb. si 16, there was a slender attendance of the trade Wheat h U was iu limited demuud, but prices were fid |>er 70 lbs. ol g above the rates of this day se'nnight. Flour, too, was pi very dnll, but prices were is to ii fid per brl dearor.? to Indian corn was limited at tho rates of the lith iast. At q< the market held on the lith ult. wheat fell id to 3d per oi 70 lbs. and flour is to 31 per brl. A further reduction ol lb 1 3d to 4d per 70 lbs on wheat and is to 3s per barrel on hi , flour was established on the i4th. On the ifith, Indian m i corn was sold at tf?? to 71s for white, and 7is to 74s lor Is red per qr. There was a firm hut inactive trade oa the th i idinst Wheat was id to 3 1 per 70 lbs hi ;hor that on tho ds I i3d uit, but no great chauge took placo in flour- be l Wkovkiuay ISihut, Fivk O'Clock. iu I We append the following remarks ofono of the first th t houses engaged most extensively in the Coru trade at m t this port: ? to [ The transactions in the Corn trade to day have been on ei! i a limited scale, owing, probably, to there not being any ci a great quantity of stutf on sale, at prices which would in- M n duce a speculative operation Several cargoes of Tur- d< it kish hard wheat were aold yesterday at 60s per quarter; tii for cost, freight and insurance. Of Ameiican produce s< no weighty operation has transpired to-day. Northern u it red wheat is saleable at Us 3d to 11a fid, and white 11* e< 9J to lis per 70 lb. by wholesale. Western Canal flour Is d has been sold at 4is, but the market closes with more tt buyers than sellers at this rate. Baltimore and 1'hiladel- b 0 phia Is par barrel less. Indian Corn is in iair but not ex- c d cited demand at 63s to fitis per 480 lbs., Amorican weight, fi' n for floatiDff narcels. 89s to 7l? for white, and 71s fid to 7ij a til for yellew,per 480 lbi. landed. Indian Comment (i e rather eaaier, 321 6d to 32* 9d per barrel, in lota. Black- * a eyed Tea* 70* to 72*. and white Bean* 84a to 94* per * quarter. Tbo latter are beginning to be much etteemed. 1 I- The atocka have been uaretully taken, and on the 27th g n ultimo were estimated ut 62,000 quarter* of wheat, and n ii 387,000 barrel* of Hour. Of all other article* the quanti- c e lie* remaining ore very amall ti e Wheat, per 70 lb Cunadiau, red 11 3 a II 0, whito 11 6 ll n a 11 10 ; United State*, red 11 4 a 11 Id, whito 11 10 a 12 ti 1- 4 ; Barley, distilling, 00 lb. 7 a 7 ti ; Oat*, per 43 lb. 5 9 a v r- 6; r.tai, Baltic, kc. white, qr. 02 a GO ; Canadian, white q g 60 a 03 ; Indian Corn, per 400 lb* U9a73; Indian Meal, v i* per 196 ib. 32 a 33 ; Flour, per bbl, 196 lb. Canadian, e I* eweet 41 a 42 ; United Slates iweet 41 a 42 ; do. and Ca* nvdfan ?our Ji a tti p t- Avrnior Prick ok (Imm. J. tVht. Jjrly. Omtt. Uye. lint Prat, flour. 0 'i lieaarr io ~u i H l I 111 N i M it i t ; January 23 7) 1 54 6 31 1 II ti O V II II 1 u A ' January 30... .74 II 55 11 12 2 55 :l 51 I 5111 U 0 IS y Feb' nary 6... .73 HI 5J 5 33 U 55 V 7 53 ti 0 0 e February 11...71 7 51 10 3i 8 M 0 53 11 56 II 0 0 mi February 20....71 7 53 . 0 31 11 51 3 53 5 53 10 U 0 t> n Aggregate ay*- . n rag* oi the " *ii week*....73 7 53 2 31 0 53 0 53 5 56 8 ( o * Duty on Krgn " '* Prod, present d Week 0000 00 00 00 0000 C y Do. other Bri- (I 3 tifh Colonies. 0000 00 0 0 00 0000 c 1, CoRTlnKHTiL.? l)en/.ig letter* are to the ltith inat.? (j i Price* of wheat of good quality have been fully main- ti i, tained during the receipt of dull report* from tbia mar- j ie kit and France, and the improved tone of the lait advice* ? tt received there earned holder* to be very firm, but buy- t era not being disposed te give more money , price* re- q 0 mained unaltered, namclv. 61*. to 65*. for high mixed, t and 07* to 62*. for mixud 60 to 62 lbs per bushel: a few ? d contract* for spring delivery had been made on theae * e term* during the week, and somo small parcels of wheat (| >. in granary, had also changed hands at 62* for 61 lb* The j. supplies irom the country were diminishing, some farme er* having sold out, while others hold for higher prices, tl I. many ol the samples ottering for Spring delivery weigh u ;* only 59 lb* per bushel, but, newrtheles*, of good quality, tj g and such may be had at -59* per quarter for good mixed n ? wheat. White pea* ware 4-is, and oats 22* per quarter. 0 n Uye acarce, and the exportation being prohibited from j-j i. Poland, price* wore oxpected to rule high toward* the w month ot May. Freight* were expected to open at about t ) ' 41 6d per quarter wheat to London , ( linstock and Witraar letter* advise a continued flatness fr in these markets, Bnd price* hove souiewhm declined; 1 the quotations are now uls lor wheat, 3.11 6d to 34* for * 1 barley, and 46* Ud to 47* for |ieas. The weathor had n] j changed to mild. f H Hamburgh letter* advise considerable Vuriues* having ,'i( ] been done on French account, large order* arriving by 3 every post from France. Wheat was selling at advan (MJ cing prices; 61 to 62 lbs quality at from 61s to 66s ior dod livery there and at near Baltic porta, and oiler* irom . u kelt:/. ,u n.r. .-.il- .. i.. .. i ii .. i ? . ...i? a * 1 doarer; large saioa of Danish hi to 53 lbs being medo at v I -17a ft.l to S?s, 53 to 54 lb? being held at :tl>* t> I to Ida Oats w . I unaltered;) about 1000 quarters 38 to 38>i lbs. Danish, r. tolil at 371, f. o b In Hpnng. Oil cake* unaltered. Ju '* Commercial llavltw. fKrom Wilroet'a Time*, March 4 ] Although the market*, generally, have been free from n| excitement, atill huainot* baa bean steady, and transac ? i tiona to a fair extent in most article* have been (fleeted c Tho import*, especially of breaditulT*, bare been extcnsive, and would, no doubt, hove continued so, but for the f 11 prevalence of easterly winds, which check the progress of homeward-bound ships. j , The state ol the sugar market has been one of quiet, ness during the last month. The stock of VVost India is f now but sinail?much les* than at this timo last year ; j still, latterly, there haa not been evinced great desire to j ' purchase,** the trade are enabled to supply themselves c " with other descriptions on more advantageous terms ; *J in con*ei|uence, prices have somewhat declined. Con- c * siderahle quantities of Mauritius hive arrived within j , the laat eight day* ; and, as holders have forced their * " stocks into the markets, a decline of ttd to 1* per t j cwt he* been ca'anlished. 1 hero ha* been a gued demand on tho part of the grocers, and rtlinera have f takenlevoral parcels, liut a* yet neither nreweri nor di*- ( tillers have operated to any extent. West India descrip' tions continue to bo limited in supply ; al present there t isa very small (|uantity in lirst hantls. Tho stock is 5,765 t cssks less than at the samo date laat year. Several well I informed parties seem to think that augur has reached its <] ' maximum price for tho present In conaeqnacce of Wt at ? ' India having attained a high quotation, huyeis resort t > t Mauritius ; and ol this description there is a large supply, t .* quite sufficient (or the wants of the trade, 'ihenawau- I | ' gars too, arn now arriving; infect they have sir,>a,]y | t done ao, and there con bs little doubt that pricos will < ? yield. It is expected that the quality of the new cr<|> | | will be superior to that of lait year. In reflusd, prices i p amain much the same as last week for low and middling ! e goods ; and for tho latter sorts rather easier terms ate sc- ;i ceptod. Price* at* very moderate contrasted with those * which pravailed for flno raw sugar; in fuel, chrtstnli/.ad if is nearly as dear as lump sugar ol middling quality. I he fc grocers hold, however, but small si< ck? ; and * heavy 0I demand may ha expected shortly, with higher price* pi The Provision market* have liven steady dining the ' mouth The supply of Irish butter has lallen oil consul- j>i erably, and price* have consequently advanced from 4s jt " to fls per cwt. during the last fortnight The markets j? for Bacon throughout the kingdom being limited in stock, ' a higher figute ii now demanded for all deacripiiona tn r The poaition of affaire in Ireland hea hed the r (IVct ol cur- ?, B tailing, to ii jreat extent, the auppliea from that part of (| the Unitail Kingdom, and ?vi n what ii exported, it of a ,l( B aery inferior quality wThe corn trade haa hren in a very fluctuating condi- ?? tiou during the month oi Keliruary. At the time of the 0( ? aailing ol the Cambria, the price of wheat rontinuod to give way, occaaio'ally rapidly, until from llie commencement of the reaction, the reduction amounted nho- *r \ getber to about R? or l?a |>er quarter and on flour, 7* or Ha per brl. It might bo, that thla decline, under the ac l." * tiui poaition of ru| ply and demand, waa t-o iapid, 01 "* commenced too eaily, or that tire Datura of the diacue- m ! alone in rarliament renewed the confidence of lioldera, 1(1 and nlarmcil the feara ot buy era Re thia aa it may, to- 'P " vtarde the middle of the peat month renewed coiifi lence 1 ?na obaeraehle, and huyera a(m,i nemo forward from I ' Ireland to purcheae heaaily, and ainco ao much money l" ' h?a none there Irom tlovernmerit to telieve their rvaute, |? there buy era have canee-1 mote eicitement in the i market* here then lormi-ily, for now they come preparrd 01 , - i-?? "i--ii ? m?i " I (Ley are fought nltor, und their operation* rarry much j 01 w eight with thorn becati ? their pnichaae* are at one* m 1 removed, and ateck* are p O|-ortlon.i'ely induced Such Vl a atote of thnga exetciaea great influence ou thla mar *? krt finally we ate ncctratumed to raceivefrom Ireland r I Urge ?ii|.|>lic?, inateal ot landing our* there for their I own actual conaumption. Under theae clrcumatericti, *' If la not aurptiairig that a continuance of thla dram at Dl ; thi* particular period ol the year, carrying with it mat r,< tar ol fact evidence of a real went, ahould have a very *' | aenaitive effect on onr price*, and on the feeiinga of hold m } Oil, many of whom did not pro| ared lor it* laatiog i ID. frt?? t?f MHi long In coDHficnct, line* lb* upward mti uali imnioDff'l, than. bun b fit .111 advance ou wbaat 17 id UI pet 70 Iba. ?n,I oti dour of about i? Ad par bbl ita and oitui-al remain ktaady, but don't cell ireely In an corn ban of luta given way la to oar tan lb. am 2a to St per quarter At our laat market, the pricai ving were, for ganeiul ru:n of Auiarican wheat 11* to ( per 70 Ihi; 'or Ameri"an flour, sweat. 3in to 42s, end ur 3as <>J to 38s Od per Ubl; In'iari corn, white flOa to a, and yellow 72* to 73a per 480 lh?; hgyptian beau s to 60a per quarter; Iriah oata ,.a Id to is 8 i per 46 lba. i to stocks we make eu commsnt; no duliea are now yable, ao that they are not ao well ascertained; but ao ' aa regards demand, the 1?at market cloaed steadily .alrugli with lea* urgency than might have been expect . Various opiniona are afloat aa to the probable auprof breadatufl'e which we con procure during the pre it lauon of diatreaa. From the moat recent intellince received irom America, we believe that there jood cause to expect that with the opening of the rela end rivere in that countrv in the couree of the ing, we ahall have enormoua ahipmenta of all aorta of rviaiona, and that conaequently largo aeppliea of all rta will reach theae kingdoms. During the laat tight ten daye the receipta of corn, lie., havo bean light; dthia, added to the continuanca ot considerable #* rta to Ireland, has caueed the market, within the laat v daya, to have e very firm aapect, and prices, which ve way in the early part of tha laat week, have since covered, oa regards wheat and flour, all they then loet, dian corn, atill continuing in great requaat, commaoda a high price of 89s. to 72s. per quarter, while other nda of food are cheeper. It i* much to bo deplored at the poor mau n food rulaa ralativnlv mnr>t, I, j#h?r an that of the more wealthy. The atock of Americau mr lu thia |Kirt haa beeu taken at the and of February, id ia computed at something under 400,000 bbla., and ,i>00 qra. of wheat. The cotton market haa been in a very quieacent atate uce onr laat publication. The aalea hare been only to moderate extent, and although apeculatora and export-a have been purchasing more extenaively, no change r ttie better haa taken place in pricea. Our uaual re>rta, lnaerted in anothor column, will give tho lull parculara of thia trade Aa we have before intimated, the roatrate condition of the trade in Lancaahire moat exroiae a very important influence upen the proapoota r tbia ataple during the preaent year. So long aa the latreaa iu Ireland and the Highlands of Scotland la of ich an extanaive character, it cannot be expected that icre will be much improvement in the home demand >r manufactured cotton gooda. On referring to the obirvationa made in our paper on the 4th ultimo, it will a observed that we then noticed a conaiderable falling 1 in the demand lor consumption, and a reaction in ricea to the extent of about ?,'d per lb. We have now i report a further decliuo of ,',d per lb. on the average lalitiea of American ; Aid on the lower, and quite i tho bettor qualities of East India ; about ?s'd per on Feansm, and Aid on Egyptian, ,',d a \d on Baa and Marnnham, and all other deacriptiona are ore or leaa affected, with the aingle exception of Sea landa, which were in regular and ateady requett roughout the month, and prieea unchanged. The >tnand from the trade continued limitea. end wax again ilow the average of oven the preaent reduced coemption, so that spinnera muat have further lessened eir atocka materially. Still, there doea not appear * uch inducement for them to increaae their purchases au extent sufficient to have any immediate or decided feet on thia market, although we do look for an ineased demand this month. By the latest advices from .inchestor we And considerably more business haa bean >ing there of late, but at pricea low and unremuneraug to tho producers. It ia indeed asserted, that in una instances as low rates have been accepted for cash i were current previous to the commencement of the lvance in the raw material at the and of November lot'. There was, however, an opinion gaining ground tat for the preaent the lowest point of depression had een passed, which we sincerely hope may prove the asa. The entire aalea during the month did not exceed 7,610 bales, of which 67,030 were American. Of the uantity sold consumers and dealers took tOyJO bales, nearly 4700 bales leaa than in January,) of which 41,030 lore American ; speculators 33 MX) bales of Amarican, nd 600 Egyptian, and exportera 3600 bale* of American, 770 Egyptian, and 060 Sural. The export demand la oing to be a more tbau usually important feature in onr larket for months to come; thia now ia. aud muat long ontinue to be, by far the cheapest market for the con inental buyers to opeiaie in By tho latest advices from tie United States, luir quality ol Upland had so advanced, nut they could not be laid Jowu under 7li per pound , irbereaa the present value here ia barely 6%; end aubae uent udvices will, in all probability, show a lurthor a a unce on the othsr side, to the advantage of thia, aa an xport market. We low give the following table ot compare ive rices January 4, 1147 March 4, 1047. owed (ieorsit,.. ijtd to ad Bowed tieorsia. .J'4d to ?)?d 'otiite .\d to Id Mobile 5'?d to 7Hd dab,ma fit Term.. ,'.d loftd A'alurea it T*on.l'?d Ij Slid lew Orleans .Aid to 9d New Orieaos.... 6S>t >0 l|%d The accounts from the manufacturing districts are not > favorable aa could be wisheJ; it is teaied that the igb price of provisions will seriously afl'ect the Spring u.l* Tl,.~ u>u..l l.?. I- K ? ,1 tnerica, and other*aie expected to follow; the account* itely received thence itate that there had been much oing in Kuglish woollen and manufactured goad* at unsiderably increased prices; it remain* to be icenhow ir the recently propoetd inciease of duty (thould it be urriod into eti'eat) upon British good*, will chock the em and lor them. In the meantime, seller* have acceded a the low terms of purchaser*, so that th* stocks, which iuvo latterly been augmenting, are in consequence dt mulshing The following fact will shew the position of bat market:?An order from a Liverpool house for a uantity of Shirtings is now in course of execution, at he price of 3d per piece below that at which similar ;ooiis were purchased by the tume bouse in tho sum mat 1 IMA, whilo tho raw mutorial from whieh they are fa ricated ba? risen Id to l>?d per pound. The chief topic of conversation, both ^monetary and ommcrcial circles, during tho past weecThna been the [ uncial statement of tho Chancellor of tbe Kxchequer, s delivered in tho JIou?o of Commons, on the 33d ult , lie chief pointsol which are, that be cannot afford totetit any fax**, and does not find it necessary to lay any n? (the last instalment of the China indemnity money irtunaioiy falling due this ) ear to equalize the income 'ith the expenditure)? and that he require* a loan of .000,000 for the wau'i ol lieland, a portion of which is i be repaid by thatcouotry, and the other to be a grant om tho imperial treasuiy. The following are the mrces and amount qf revenuo for the euauing year, ? iticipated by the Chancellor Customs, ? hi 000,000 ; icise, ?13 7tio,onO; stumps, ?7,600,000, t xe>, (land and gassed,) ?4,370.000; property tax, ?A.300,000; I'oat ol e, X'MA,000; crown lands, x'130 000; miscellaneous, .130,000; China money, ??A0 IKK); total income, ?53 616, hi The expenditure will he?National debt, ?34,045,000; insolidiited fund charges, ?3.700,000; total, ?30,745,000 rmy, X'O M0.074; navy, ?7,60l,b7tf; ordnance, ?3.879,7; miscellaneous, ?J.760,000; interest ou new loan, 340,000; increased interest on Kxchequer bills, ?143,41; extraordinary expcnditmo, XI a J,000 ; total ex mdtture, ?A3 133,000, which, deducted fioni the above corun, leave the small surplus o( ?333,000. markets. Losuov Monzv Missr.r, Saturday evening. Feb. 37. -The movement of the Bank of Kuglaud for the week nding un the 30th inst, exhibits the following chaogea ompured with the week ending on the 13th inst : ? In tue depattment of issue the notes in circulation baJ ecressed ?13.BOO, which had been produced by the abtractiou ol ?7,B0h of gold coin or gold bullion, and 1)4 033 cf silver bullion. On the debit side of the banking department, the rest tad decreased X'7,377, tho public deposits had increased ?670,0*39, the privato or other deposits hud decreased Celt3,769. and the seven day and other post bills had deceased ?30,071, making the total liabilities ?33,783.339, On the credit side, the Oovernment Securities had der........I fill ',11. iKu nth .ir aviiriliaa I.... I . U... .... ,o. I 131917, the note* hud increased ?430.193, and the gold ml silver coil) had decreased ?71,348, which balaucad he account. i lia bullion in both dej artmerits cf the Dank bad de roa.iod from ?13,399, 109 to ?13,314,781, being a differmce of ?84,348. The paper in actual rirctihition, including the seven lay and other bills, > u ?30.331,431, ifgeirist ?30,319,497, lelng a doctcase ol Xl'JH 008. Then* is nothing very remarkable in thii return I'heie had been to great pn aiore for bullion for export, dtliough the tendency v us rather in that diractiOD, and iiere is no doubt the cm rent will become stronger when be continental ports ate opened for shipnis nts of grain, rho great bulk ol the bills drawn from New Orlaaoa for he piodiice of the great plains of the Mississippi will Iso come forwerd about the seme time. It is neceseerv lut these circumstance* should be borne in nnad by all eisons interested, who msy be ept to miscalculate ven'.s, judging only by the present lull, arising only oia the period of the year The bunk dirrctois, it will he observed, had ror.tinu.d le sale ol public securities, a process which they have dlowed with caution (or some weeke The direct effect this is to contract the circulation, which, with the resent prospect, is the prndnnt course to pursue lbs ml if public deposits, it wM he seen, hud increaeed, at not in the ratio of the rec -ipts of the revenue, so that is to he presumed that tho drain for the relief of distress i Ireland continued as formerly. It is not unworthy of notiro that ths Bank of Ktigland uleitakes the responsibility of transmitting gold intend1 lor export to the ont| oils, and nutting it onboard kip. at the cout of per cent Hits information may ha : usa to merchants, as they thereby save all tha trouble id exponsn ol package, and what m >y ho of moro col '(justice, if great c ire is not takon, the risk of casualties 1 the road. Loaoois Mossy Miskkt, March 3.?We have had fuu.1l/ nnr Iff.I m.KI... ..I tuff tunJ g gonerally, toward* a decline in U>* price of coueolt, a depreciation in exchequer bills ha* alio bean con?i liable. Tr>i? hat Ion |>u>tly owing to tha continued de and upon tli? treanuy (or the relief of Ireland, and the itement in tha budget or Chancellor of th* K.xchequer'a ecch, which wan road with groat intention, and otigh a loan i? never a popular mea?uia, it app>aie to generally conceded that, under ail the cirruinatanret. e coutaa that tha itovni umeut have teiolved upon, via take loan of ?4.00 J 000,1* th* very l>e?t plan that could ire been adopted I'he bidding* for the la n took pie.'* i the l*t March, at the trttuirjr, win n, a* Mee-n othfchild and Meair* Raring Brother* were the only ddvt* on torn.? that were eatndar orv to tho Uoveri ent the loen wa* divided between them a* offered, A'n# 10* lor each ?100 .'I rer cent rnuaol* The '.rip ol the new loon ha* borne Ik to i'? pientiiim iinc* ho tall In con<oU wa* about i, o ,l? p.ir r. nt, ant the teat quotation* are 'Hi', 'u wot* lor pr ??-m lran?fer, id fht,Si to !*" lor the ui at ?ci ouot Couroi Acilp lth.? tw lo in) lU to I'g premium; ibtee and i quarter per nt 9'J\ to an I ti e tlnee per end* Ct '4 10 "'l* xchrquer bill* li to ** nieti.nini, India bond* k? pie ium, ^onth he* ?to> k It 0'4 Thufnieign *iock i.uikei uaa u.d for a C>uaidaraW#