Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 4, 1848, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 4, 1848 Page 1
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T II j r'Mto. CODE OF PROCEDURE. A.IV Acr To '^Impllfyjind Abridge lUe Pftctlfo? < ???, hiiu rniowaiiiui 01 ui? vu>u? ? . Iwu. [CONTINDSD ] CHAP i'BR V. TBI&L ?T KKPKltEK*. 8*0.834. All or?Lv of tbeiwue* tn the action, whether of fv>t cr cf l*w, or bo'.li m*y be referred, upon the | written oocwot ok th* parties Sec tn?. Where the partiee do not oons-nt, the court 1 ?ay, upon the eppllontion of ?tther, or ef its own m<> tion, rt>reet. ? ref*reno? in the f Mowing oasts 1 Wh?re the trial of an issue oi foot shall require the extmlDHtion vf s Ion* account on either ifde; in which case, the referees may be direoted to hear and deoidn th* whole iscuc. or to report upon any specific question cf fact involved therein; or U Where the twfeiog of an aooount shall be neoeeerry for the information of tho court. before judgment or for ca ryiug a judgment or order into eff<>ot; or, 3 WLintw a qutttion of foot. other than upon the p'oudin <r. shall nrlsf. upon motion or oth>?rwUe, in any stag* of the action. S'O -ffl. The report of the referees upon the whole isens, shall stand as the rtec'sinn of the court, in the same manner as If the aetioa h?4 been triad by the court, and thiir d. cisioa upon the matter referred, may b? ex oe p*. d to and re*'.. wed in like > inner i?o a-ifi. In nUn?a?s cf leferenoe. the parties may upun a suitable person or persons, not exoasding three: *r J on lHi,n such acreumsnt. the reterenoe shall bti ordered Mocriltagly It the parti** <U ndttgrtM**# i oonrnhell (exoept le *!? et>,jree4 ??eiity of New YorXJ npoiut on* or more r*t raw, mot ?MMag three, who shall be free from tiM^ioi, and reside la the county vfcere the order for lk? kTinim Ujh4? br* 330 Intbeoltyand county ofN^w York, when the p titles do net otherwise ttjtree, there cheU be three referees, who shall be free from exception and reside in that city They ahall ba appointed aa follows : Eaoh y>ri) obeli name oia, and these two ehall name the third- If they fall to da ao within two days after their owi> appointment, the name of the third referee ahall ba drawn by the elerk from tbe jnry box, In the manner to ba dlraeted by the oenrt, on ordering the reference It either party omit to name a referee, bia place ihall be supplied from the Jury box, in the same manner. Chapter vi. MAWNea of BNTitairce judgment. Seo. 388. Judgment maybe given, for or against one or more ot several plaintiffs, and for or sgMnst one or more ef several defendants, and it may determine the ultimate rights of the partial en eaoh Ude, aa between themsrlvae Ste. 331. The relief granted to the plaintiff, if there be bo answer, oannet exoeed that wbioh be shall have demanded in hie complaint; but In any other eaee, the eonrt may grant him any relief oonaietaat with the eaae made brjthe complaint, and embraced within the issue. S?e. 1S4. Whenever damage* are reeoverable, the plalaiid may elaim and recover, if he abow himself entitled therete, any rate of damages whleh he might have h?r? tofire reoovtred for tbe ame oanse of aotlon. Sen. 3SS Judgment npon an ieane of law or ef faet, or pen confession or upon failure to answer (exoept where the eletk is authorised to enter the same by the first vutidivuion of section 302 ) ehall in all easss be given and enUred bafoie a single judge. dee 234. The clerk sbell keep among the reoords of the overt a book for tbe entry of judgments, to be oalled the "jaigmcut baok." See MS the judgment shall be entered in the judgment boek. aad shall pecifv clearly tbe relief granted, or o her determination ef tna action. See 331 The dark, immediately after entering the judgment, shall attach together and lie the following pep-rs, which shall eoastitute the judgment roll 1. in casif the ouiaplaict b? not answered, the summons end comslaiat, proof of rervloe thereof, and that no answer noi been received, the refort, if any, and a copy of the jadjpnent 3. In all Okber cates. the summons, plead ngs, and a eepy of the judgment, with any verdiat or report, the offrr ef tbo defaudant. ease exoeptioas, and all orders V' iattnz to a change of parties er ia any way involving the cunt#, aed neaeessriiy affecting tbe judgment. 9mm. ?J Ul B1IB| J 4U^IUHUb run, UirVUtlUH IU WU"1V I r in part the ptyueut ot money, it may be docket d with the alert of the eounry, vhirt it wa* renderad, aaain any eea?r ooanty, npeu ilia; with the olerk thereof. a traaaeript of tke original deeket; and abail toe a liaa on r?al property la the ooanty fro it tlie time of doeketing the Jud4meat therin. TITLE IX. or mi KxneuTion ar thi jueajiritt in cirn action* Sac 2S8 Writ* <>f exeoutiou for the enforcement of jatlgmente ti now a?<'d,are modified in ocufoimity to tbia lit|?. and the p*r:y in whnae favor ja Jgment i? Riven. w?r at any time within Ave year* alter tha entry of ju ixnu-ni, proceed to enforce tUe aame aa preaeribed by tiiilti !h. <?o 219. After tha lapse of Ave year* from the entry of jndgar-nt. an execution may be iaeuedooly by lua^e oi the court > a uiition. with notioo to the a<lret ak party Such leave *hall not b? given unleM if be e?taMi*hrd by tkeoatli of tli? party, or other proof, that the jadguaent I or 80ue rirt hir*ol reinnias ui *ati*fled and; due >?r 'Hi Wh?re a jndgmeat require* the payme'it of I moey or the delivery ot real or personal property, the | ranae may be f>nt<.roed in those reayecta by exeoutiou. aa ' provided in tble title. Where it n quirw" the perform- 1 mine of any other aot, a eerttfled oopy of the judgment : lany be served upon th? p. ity against whom it it given. I uou hi* obeaienne thereto required If he refuse,he may i be puniihed by tee court u -.or a eontempt. ' See 341. Xbere ?bai; ba tUr?e kind* of exeoutico: one I egainst the prepertyof the judgment debtor: aDother afaipst h!? peraoii; and the third for tha delivery of the pe**>*air.n of real ar personal property They rhall be i deemed ihe prootrn of the court, :ut tbey need not be ' s->?l d worsnbsovibed, except ait preaoribed in section 244. : See.942. Where the rxeeuttun i* kga;nst the property j <ii iu? jua^Ditui uduiur, 1; way uo IBIUVU tv IUV nUBIIU j of ituv couny vliart the jad^'uaut ft docketed Waere it r? quirea In* delivery of real or pfrfonalproport3r.it | iau<t bn iiaued to the aheriff of the county where the property, or come part th'teof, in ai'.ualed Lxeoution* ll iv b* l?au?d, at the same time, to A fferent ouuntiee ' b*e 343. If t^e action be one in whtoh the defendant | aai.h.t h'iv<* been *1 reatud. eb provided iu ration 164, an ex*oiiMon against the j.?ra< i\ of the jujguicnt debtor ; m y t-nly (>< i'fiied wf'.or 1 he raura of an execution | rig?inat lil* property, unnttiefied in whole or in put .-no. 'i4t. Th? exeouii <n must l>-i directed to the sheriff rubierihed ky the party isauing it or hia attorney, and ion?t intalligibly rnf?r to thu judgment; staling the i aour'', tha c.ionty where the jndgiaent roll la flled, the ! *ihi3os of the ptrtie?, the nuiount of the judgmant if it j b* for in<>n>y. and the amount actually due thereon. Hud tb? time of docketing in the county to which the exeeaMfn ia tafued, and'hall require the sheriff aubatantlally m lollows: l.'l* it be ajHinitthc proper'yof the ju^gmunt debtor, ] it ahall r? quire th? ?h-rMf to aaiiafy the judgment out ol i th? p?ra'iuitl property of aush debtor, or it' sufficient ciun b? found, then niu of the reni property belong in;? to hi a on ?ha day whoa tue jud.;iiv:nt waa dooketed is the county; J I fit be against the per?on of the judgment dobtor. it ab-ll ttqulie tbe aheriff to arrcat such debtor, and ooQciit him ?o the jali ot the county, until he shah p<y the judgnant or be discharged according to lew ; S If i; 1 e for the delivery of the posaive'.oa of real or p<>i?o:isl property it ahall require the aheriff to deliver t!>e poaek'aioa of 1,he amae (particularly describing it) to ' tie p?rty entitled thereto. See a44. The aheriff ahall iu all oa?ee r> turn the exe cnt'ou within sixty dsya efier ita receipt, to the clerk wl h whom the record of judgment ia flled gee -J4* Uatll otherwise provided by the legislature, th? existing provision* of law relating to execution*, aud their io?i?"ii a, including the stia end redemption cif pr<.p Tty, ihe po'vi-ra aud rlnbts of ofll^era, their datles thoraou. uud the vrooeediugs to enforce those dull ?,ftn t the II shllity of their sureties. shall tpply to the executions pteaciibedby thla chapter. CHAPrtiK ir. FROCCI OINOi lUrrLKMICNTJlItV TO THI KXHCUTIOX S-i ^47 W leu ?n "Xrcullou hkhIdbi property of the jodtoni in i>-t 'or ifntifd 10 the aberitfof the oounty nhere * or Uti-rtsid.i ntor tb? H'nte. 10the hcrtff the COU?ty wb( fli; r< ourd of judgment in fll^d. rliall he relumed ur?sti*fl?dln >b"lo ?>r lu i ett, the j?iv; menc credl or rnav ?u >rd-r froai a judge of the .:oui', or a county Judit* of 'b" rooo'y to which the encution un? in*u d T?qUtf|ojC th* jiHnui?n* de >tc r to ?pp' ar snd tu*K dteeotary on o? o. ooncetnlog hi? pionerty, before r.uM: j i ig ? ttm? nod i Uce pteitleu ia tbn < rder. fix JH. After ihe 1??irn^ of execution egixinnt pro perfy, any person hideblwd to t'le judgment, det>tnr, may pay to the eh-'rltt tha Amount of hm debt, or no murh th-r?of ?* fhili bd n?a?B?nrj to ?atl*fr th? axeaution, arithe 'a receipt ftbtll b? a saflBclBiit aigooarg* tbnri-for Xeo i4fl. Upou nu i?fiHnvlt thai, any peraon h*? pro? f?rty of to*judgment debtor, or I* in.leb>d to him, the U'ige iu?y,*by no Order, tequ.r# *uch p > ?on to ?ppi nr it u epnnfleii ttuo Mid pl?c?, aad be examinad concerning the mib*. riec i60. Wifncfsee nmy b? required to Appear acd tfillfy cot.ceruing Auy nuoh Matter, ta the eftine manu?r A* up.in the trial ? f an (>nue. 8eo 3AI. If the pat ty or witness reside in tha oounty whera the order in made, he shall bi? required to attend b'fote ti.e jud*e; if in a?y oih*r couniy,before a ret*r*e, a* provided lu Motion VS.") In ?ueh caie thee aaina ion (lull be takeu by ui? referee, ?ud oert'hed to the Judge rtr. j 3AJ. The j iidee mayord-r any property of the . judgment debtor, in tb? hand* aitlvr of h:nii"lt' or < I any o?her par noil, or da* to the j udgmant debtor, to bo ?p|l)ed "ward* the Ahtl?fao*1on of trie j ddginaut. Hn. Ml. The judge may al*o by order appoint a reoelrei of the pr .pi-r y ot the ju iftment. debtor in the same tp?rm?r. and with the (Ike authority, a* if the apiwrnimi-iit. were innde by the eourt, according to Motion ?>() judge m4y aleo. by order, forbid u traatler ut tb pr< p?rr.y of the judgmrnt debtor. !* ? If it appear that a pnr?oii no brought before win j nig-, nmiius mum n III* property 01 tne Ju gm-at debtor, adrerte t? Mm, inch interest ehill be r?o-.?>'r?h1' only tu a* notion by the receiver ; but the jnjg* ">< ? hy order, t .rbld a tranarnr 01 such In t-rejt, till a milHi'ii'ul opportunity be given to tbt* ri-oelver to Cbimnmno the ac'ion. Sen 'iii The judgr may, In bla discretion, order ? refcrennn tu a r<-f?-ier ii*re<<d upr>u or appointed *a preaerlb'd In eeotionllSS And Ii3tf,t0 report the evidence or the act*. H?o VOA The jndg* may allow to any party or wltnaaa ou riamlu- d. iila travelling expenaee, nad a tiled aum, in adiuoti Lot tioeediDg dollar*, m ooata Bm. M7. IX ?j putf or wltaMt diaobay m ordar 9 E NE NE the judge, duly lerred, tueh party or witness may b? punished by the judge, u tor m ooo tempt. TITLE X. Seo. 368 All statutes, establishing or rrgulatlng the oosts or f-es of attorneys or oau ml in civil actions, and ail eslstiug roles and provisions of law, restricting or controlling the right of a party to agree with an attorney or counsel, for hie compensation, are repealed; and hereafter the measure of luch compensation ehall be left to the agreement, express or Implied, of the partial But there may be allowed to the prevailing party, npon the Judgment, oertaln sums by way of Indemnity' far hie expanses In the action; whloh allowanoee are In thiaaet t*rmed ooeta. Seo. 269 Coat* ehall be allowed of course to the plaintiff upon a recovery, In the following oases : 1. In :>n action for the reooverv of real property, or when a olaim of title to real property arises on the pleading*, or I* certified by the oourt to have oome In question at the trial a In an aotioa to reoorer the poaacMlon of personal property > In the action*, of which, aooordlng to section 47, a o >urt tf a jubilee of the paaoe has no j uristVlotlon. ~4. In all other actions where the plaintiff shall recover fit tv dollars or wore Seo. 3*0. Costs shtll be allowed of oourse to the defendant1, in the ours provided in the last seotlon, unless the plaintiff be entitled to costs therein. Sao 361. la other actions, costs may be allowed or not, in the dieor*tion of the oourt 8eo. 383 When allowed, the costs shall be as follows.? 1 To the plaintiff, For all the prose-tlings Wore ajroexJMMMMMtt* ?V - "? ocurt, at whish the cause is plaoed en the calendar for trial, or to the oommeaoeaent of a trial by referees, dollars. 3. To the defendant, for all the proceedings on his part, to the first day of the court, at which the cause is placed on the oslendar for trial, or to the commsnoemeut of a trial by referees, dollars. 5 For the trial of the issues of law, To the plaintiff dollars. To the defendant. dollars. 4. For the trial of the issues of faot, To ths plaintiff, dollar*. To the defendant, dollars 6 To either party on appeal, oxotpting to the court of appeals. Before argument, dollars After argument, dollars. g. To either party, on appeal to the court of appeals. Before argument, dollar*. Alter argument, dollars. 7. To either parly for every oirouit or term, at whioh the cause la neeessary on the calendar, and not reached or postponed, excluding that at wbloh It is tried or heard, dollars. S<>o 'lit. In addition to theae allowances, if the action be for tba recovery of money, or of real or pereonal property, and a trial have bfen had, the oonrt uay allow at the rate ot per oent on the reoorery or claim, as in be next section prescribed, for any amount not exceeding Are hundred dollars; and per oent for any additional amount. S?o 384 These rates sbalt be estimated as follows:? 1 If the plaintiff recover judgment, it sbali be upon the amount of money, or the value of the property, recovered. 3. If the defendant reenter judgment, it sball be upon the amount of money, or the value ot the property, olaimed Uy Ibe plaintiff Where the aoiion is tor real or personal property, the vain* there, f must be determined by the jury, oourt or referees. by whom the act.i >n ti tried Seo 26i When ibe judgment is for the recovery of money, interest from the time of the verdlot or rep. rt until judgment bs finally entered, shell be competed by the eltrk, and added to the oosm of the party entitled thereto free 360 The clerk shall insert in the entry of judgment. on the application of the prevaiiirg party upon two days1 notice to the other (lie ion of the charges for coats, as abnve provided, and ths necessary disbursements. allowed by law, including the compensation of referees, and the expense of vrintia* the papers upon any appeal The disbursements shall be *t*t*d iu detail, and rcrifled by a .idavit, which rhall be Sled. Seo. 367 TUe clerk shall reoeive. Oq every trial, from the party bringing it on, drllars. On entering judgment, dellars. He shall reoelve no other fee. for any service whatver in a civil anion, *xc?pt for copies ot pspe:s, at the rate of five cents tor every hundred words In addition to the above ciiar*?* the c!?rk of the su perior court, of the city of New York, and the cl?rk of i.be court of oom'jjon pleas for the city aud connty of Nam York, shall receive, tor '.be use of the city of New Vork, dollar* for the enuy of every judgment, in pieoe of the fees now charged for services of the judges of those courts, at ohainbers And hereafter no fee shall be p*id for any service of a judge ot either of .bene onurts. lieu. Hj4 The fees of referees shall be three dollars to i ach, for eve.-f day spent in t!i a business of the reference; but the parties may agree in wiilicg upon au> other rate of r.euipenration Seo 369 Wfcen an application tball be made to r? eonrt or referees, to postpone a trial, the payment to tbe ndverse party of a sum not exceeding dollars, oecides the fees of witnesses, may bs imposed, a,j the condition of granting the postponement. Seo. 370. No costs shall be allowed on a mo'ion. TITLE X:. or arrcALi m civil action" Sjc. 371. Writs of trior and appeals inoiTilftotioDS.fi VU?J um ? usicmwin ?uu tun \*j, j mode of reviewing ? judgment, or order iu a civil action, hall be that prescribed by this citlo Sec. 272. An order, made out of ooart, without notice to the adverse paity. niay be vacated or modified, without notion, by tbr jud^e, who uudeit, ormny be vacated cr modified on notion, in the manner in which other motion* are mad? Seo. 273. Any party aggrieved may appeal in the oaeer prescribed iu this title See 274 The party appealing shall ha hnown as the appellant, and th* adverse party as the respondent Out the title of the action ahall not tie changed in const ^uence of the appeal. 8<a. 27S>. An appeal nrast ha made by the service of a notice la writiug, on ti:e adverse party and on the clerk, with whom the judgment order appealed from is entered, stating the appeal from the same as suiae specified part thereof Seo 276 Upon the appeal, allowed by the second and third chapters of this tl: le, being perfected, the clerk with whoiu the notice rf append is filed, shall, at the expense of the appellant, forthwith transmit to the apprli.it* court a certified oopy of the notiee of appeal and of the judgment roll. tieo 377. Upon an appeal from a judgment, the court tnav review au? intermediate order, involving the merits and nrcasaarlly affecting th" judgment. Sao. 278 Upon an appeal from a judgment or order, th* appellate court cihy reverse, nfiirin or modify the judgment or order appealed fix in, in the respeot mentlwnsd in tha natice of appeal, and may, if necessary or proper, 'irder a new trial Seo 279. The appeal allowed by the second and third chaptets of thia title, must be taken within two yaars after tba judgment Sec 330 Th* appeal allowed by the fourth chapter of this title, must he taken, within ten days, after wrU'an ootioe of th* judgmeat or order shall have been given to tii* party appealing. Sea 284 Th* appellant shall furnish the oourt with oopi*a of the notice of appeal and order or judgment roll. If he fail to 4o so, the appeal shall be dismissed, unless the court shall mhn'tru.i order [ l'o be continued | THe Secretary of War Itelatiwc to the well hnowu tfabiett of .Utop. War DtpiHTMisT, ) Washington, January J7, 1847 ) Sir : I deem it proper to *eu<l to you n letter (tauen from it newepapsr) whioh first at>p*ir?din the Yew V*rk K.ip, ras, aud has siuoe. iu a ui?t:-r or' courae '" n traualerreU to ui'<>ny other journal*. I learn from lieaerai Oainis that the letter Is genuine. Th a information. I utnttseurrd. he had pr?vi maly given ro others As the Intter w*s aot uiirne.l oonttjential," he *(ij>id??dthat olrcuiu?t.inoe? existed which just.iflnd the publication ol s >ui? pm ot it though he expresses ac opliil< n that it was mol written with ?.ioh u il ? It will Su a short tiuie, b-! in po'ros'.on of oar ?-rioiny ; anj iuhuIbk. it dote froui the (I uKitl t" whom th<coniiuot ot the j?ar. our p .rt. wan confided, it will ooa- ry most v lu:ible int'otniutio to the Mexican coininanuer. ot only tu relation to our prea-ut line of operation*, but ?s to the new on?. which alone, in your opinion, can be taken Willi a praspeot of sulcus*, ll an attxnipt. is to be m.tl- on the city of Mexico. The d sclosure of your views its to the futmw op"rationa ot our forces, aocompeotel as it 1*. with your opinion that the fruit* of tte war. if C. mplrtely suone" fol, will he of lit;I* worth to us, wtll, It is * ?.?tly to be f T.reii. cot < nly embarrass our auhsm'itnt movements, but disincline the enemy to enter iulo nrgotUMons fir peace. With pirticular raiere-ce to theae efTscta, the publication iamost de. ply te he regretted The (M)ih pa<agraph oi the (ieueral He^nlitiona of the Army, published M a r e b 1, declares that " private UtUra or reports, relative to military oitrihea and operations, are frequently nii"ihievoua In design, and alwaya disgraceful to the army Tney are, ther? f >re, strictly forbidden, and auyi-flWr found guilty of malt log auch report ler publication, without special psrmls Mon, or 01 piaotug id* writing o?y >na ma cootto, ?u iuh It find.* In way the pr?M, witbm one month ?ft?r tbo termination t.f ?u- r.?npi!gu to whion it relttM, ahail be di??lmd ft*, i tbo >irficn " Th!* paragraph w?.? not iaclwded in tbo compilation of the Geuor*! R#ftolatl^n?, pnbltfthcd In 18*1, but in 4?om?d peculiarly a) plicihblo to n etate of war. *0(1 the President bai olreotod it to be repnbllahod, ard the obl?muc? of It atriotly eujo'.neU upon nil < Gloom. 1 Late the honor to b?, vary roepectfuily, Tour ob?(lti>ut i>?rtriii?t, W L MVRCT Seo'yofWM. Major Orn< ral Z. Taylo*. U S Army in vloxioo. Thk Last Thibet* to Mu. Adams ?On Mon(iiiy iifxt, nt 10 o'clock, th* remains of the venerable -X Prflldent John (Juinoy Adam* will be cOnToy^d from thin city, by a prcini tr?in of car*, on the railroad to Ualliaioro, Attended by tbo committee, oonaWting of ne member of the Home of ReprnentatiTei from aacti State lu tha Union The oioort will not go b*yond ilait m< r? ?q th? flrit d?y, but will on TumiIij, more i.n to Philadelphia, ouW?da-?day ?o New York and oc Thnrtday ngain onward A mora lmpoei?n aoeno will rarely ha?? beem witnessed in thl* country than ibt progreie <f thi? funer.l to the la*t leitinj plaoe cf tha mortal remain* of ttaa re*erad oitltin whoaa memory la ao worthily fconoretfNati*nal InfiUfn??r, March 3. W YO W YORK, SATURDAY M War Intelligence. MEXICAN OFFICIAL ANNOUNCE .UK NT OP THK SIONINO OF THK TKKATY. eorrespondeut of the Philadelphia Inquirer, writing fron the oity of Mexleo. on the ltth ult, ?*ud* the following slips from tbe Amur I oan Sur, of tl.? 11th of Feb , wb<ob we have not eeeu in nny cth?r paper:? We have at last p. n offlc'al anni>noflement from Queretaro, that a treaty of peace hud been signed by the commissioners of the Mexioan government. Our readers will we, therefore, that our deduntlors from the recent address of the Minister ot Relatione, In reply to tlie Aan Luis manifesto, that a trea'y was In progress, and would luOD h? flosiummAtptl. *rr?t fmlv warranted An *i press arrived In th? olty yesterdsy, briuginu a olrcu1-r fr'tn the supreme ?ioverum*ut to the authority* of the different States, announcing that treaty has beeu Unrd.and calling upon tbem for aid and oo operation The terra* are very propeily k-'pt secret at present. Tbls d cumeut iicf ro much interest lhat we translate it la fall It fo'lows. hIsjois ?h a matter of oour.<?. that an arui'-tlce will be concluded immediately Indeed, the n<lM of the oomuilseionera on the pirt of Msxioo, to tile the term* of It, are already published. The olrouUrls He follows :-Exccllcitt 8ia? On the seoond day of tho present miuth. a treaty of peioe wi?e|oonolu(lf d ir tbe gity of Ousdalupe, b-tw<eu Mexico and the United Statics of America. suberrlbed by D Bernrndo Canto, D Luis O. Cuevas. and D Miguel Atristaln, commissioners on the part of the euprem* government., and by Sir D. Nicholas P 'Print, commissioner wi'b plenary powers, un the partof tho United States of North America laamaw^lnMftclally to your Cxoeliesoy. the ProviiifllMMKatitMK,' ?t> event- of eo muob interest. 1 earneetJfiffMe attention of you* ExoaHaaoy to tbe importance of an eyent wbieh Will in all probability put a? end tovthe bloody war. whiab has till now divided the two greatest republic* of Ameiioa, and whlob, for tbe n?if' rtune of knmanity, hue been of so long duration. Che treaty of peaoe will be submi'.tsd to the deliberation of the National Corner, u, and in th? meanwhile, wben the reprsaentetives of tbe people oome together. it ia very probable that an armistice, or suspension of hostilities, will put an end to the oalaaltles of war anil alleviate In no (mall degree that lamentable oondition to wblct the people of in* republic have been subjected by the invasion. The States wbioh hay* not thus far suffered tbe ravage* and evila of an invasioa, will be free from it during the armistice, and their respective authoritiei will be able, without molestation, to devote themselves to improving the oondition of th-? people. Congress. as soon as it assembles, will approve or reject the treaty of peace, and the deoisiou to which in Its wisdom it may oome, will be reepeoted by the whole republio. In preasnting the treaty to the deliberation of CuEgresa. His Excellency, the President, will give it publicity. He will at the same lime give an exposition, with documents aooompanying, in whioh he will, with the utmost frmkness and olearness. plaoe before the nation the true nolitioal oondition in wbioh it stood en the day when he determined to put an end to the conferences which preo?ded the otnotuMonof the treaty referred to la this document iht republic will see bow necessary ere ,...f ?_ ..._? ?V_ 1 - of car country, che national uuity, ita indepandeuoe, and Sue federal republican government under which that independence was achieved la this dnoument, alao, It will be Meu th*c pi ho* tba prater vatlon of a national government. the consolidation of ltd institution!, and tba reforms or u high and progressive oharauter. which atvillE*ti?n erery da; renders moreneoeasary will aecure to .viaxioo Jill, i -nt means and resources to retrieve. in a anort time, ai d with interest, tbe torses occasioned b? a war. winch could bit prolonged only by consummating tliH ruin aud devaatatiou of tbe country. But this same termination of iba war might present a new pretrx of d'scord This conciliation alone creates etaria in tba mlndj of fchosti who lore th'ir ountry. and who desire to sne an wu l to the long series of revolu 'ions and fraternal c ntcsta that waken the atrength of the nation, at a moment wbeu it is neoess^ry to ?mploy all ita strength to repel an uijust ami disastrous Invasion. His tiu'llfncy tbe Provisions! Pnsidnit bat no alarm in o lutempUting the trigixful future, and though prof uo?!ly moved by th* fi?r thf. n"?r dissensioue may come, to divide mid te?r the republic, he t rusts in Providence, through wl>c?e me.u.p, unforeseen by human vlii'in, nation* ars a .ved. tbnt IHh Mulcm people will be iuspireu with by the leafona which >ad ?x?eri?uc<i b*i taught them und l urn the ne. es-iry of union and oonoord ills Exo'lleooy hopes alio th:.t the principal funo'lon arits of tbe republio. win. like your Kxc^l anoy. are a' the head cf the p ople, will a-e the importance and necessity of order, in preeent circnm<itanaes, rise superior to th* p"tty end destructive vi' ws of partisans, and cooneot, witn that equanimity which true wisdom Inspires the unalterable decision if Cot.gresa Hta Exeellenoy the Pr.'?id?nt, ?ill redouble hia <-(rt>rLp for the assembling of Congress at tbe earliest possible moment l-j the aeau time. counting upou tLe co-ope1 ra i -n of tha legislator} ? <*<> > vewii ire or Hi " ? tu V. fcj ' will employ all his power solely for tao melioration of the condition of the people I h^Vd the honor to roouw to your Eioeiiency the m surance of rny distinguished consideration Ood aud Liberty Queietaro, Oth February ROU. To Hia Exeellerey the Governor of tbe Stale of affaiks in .MBXino. [Correspocdtnee cf the Nnv Orleans D?lta.] Vkba ('let Vexlflo. Feb IP lfH8 I'h > stumer F.dith arrived last ev?ning, br:n?iug d-iiea from your oity as late as the lOlh. A train of lorty w?wotn will leave surly to-morrow morning for Orizaba under the command of M*jor Ma mgnnlt, with the iSrh infantry, and a company of muunted men, uod'-r Lieut a J . Dorn. 3d dragoons A letter was received this morning, at the Assistant Quartermaster's office, from a Quartermaster iu the ouy of M?xiO>. dated3 j inst*n , stating thar,a treaty of | peace had been concluded ou the pure of M xloo, and that nothing now will be wanting but the ooucn.'rence if tiie United States government, aud to wi'.bdraw our tronpi from the country The Colleetorof tbe Port also re--sived a lett-r from s distinguished < filler of tbe army corroborating the fact, but asserts oonMJently that the term* will be rejected by the United States goverum-nt. Ia a former note I mentioned that the Quartermaster's D.p-rtment it this plan* t??s o.ie of the largest d?;>ots od the line of operations, Sto There in more busi a'rs p-rforojad here in ono day, than at the Department in New OftMNM in a *"-k II. a few wee&s there will be a rallrord constructed by the Assietaut Quail rma?ter. o run 11oik icstde the city Kate about 120 yards out on the ni'.le It will be a great saving ti the government, particularly if one or wore steauiers of a vtry tight tel|M were ?l?ll< in the harbor, and employed in the o ipaclty of lighters to the Unice J Stut-s trans!iOi ts that cannot enter. from a want of water withia ft('0 yards of either beaoh or mole, causing the d' strmiioo of much property in landing it, principally horses, which are 'tramped in a vessel after some days p??u,{e, and are drowned swimming aihore I visited a oe:u?t?ry the other day to see a Mexican buried Tha body of the deceased was oarried to the ijrave yard <".n a litter, and ?tt?nd*d only by the bi*r i;e t rs After ttie grave was d J* sufH ileritly Inn j an 1 wide, the body was thrown in head foremost, without a oofll i or covering of any kind The trpio was to have lelt the Oity uf Mexico for this place on the 15th Inst. There Is a Spanish woman playing at the theatre here. 3om? ?re so taken with her dancing, that they comider her tqual to Kaany Elssler. I am informed she intends vlslciog the States professionally. Vkh* Caps. February 17, 1849.?The news by the courier from Mexico is of gteat import .ac*. and though it tn.iy arrive too late, (till I feel bound to se. d r to you. (Jrrat excitement existed here yeetcri'ay. sS soon as fh# news transpired; and a grekt manj-?the '.lexicnn population, especially-spank i f til l peace as if it we;t a settled affair. Kor my part, I cannot se* any tiling con elusive in the accounts received. The circular addressed by Senorltasa to the governors or the different States is the only grouud on which this opinion is ba*ed; and in u Delias a Maury 01 peace w?a concluded in Hi* city 01 Oaadaioup- b?iwi'?:i Mexico a-i 1 th" United btat< fjjned by D. B^rntrdo Conto, D. Lute (i. Onevaa, ?i.d L>. Miguel A.'ri?t?in, uotuici eluueri ou ill* p?rl of Mexico, and Mr Niohula.ii P. i'riat, on the part of ttie United fltatfa. Thou be ?nya that it ie probable ?h?t when tl e viexican Con^re** comc^ to? tiier. an armistice will put 11 n ei-d to tbe calamities of w<r St. But it teem* to ma that tie matter al-o d?pei]'l? on wtieth<-r our Government will approve this treaty. Tnere is uo doubt thutttm treaty bti>. ueeusigned by Mr. 1'rist and the Mnxloau Untrunls ion*re; but i cannot b*ileve th^t ibe powers of Mr. Ttlest. <f fee has any at. all, are Hi* txtecifdve h? to ltrav* entirely to Ms sol* judgm nt tbe *ittlaoient < t a question in whirh tb? inteieat* ot the pwopleol tuob a republic *s th* L'nlUd .*t*ter are ?t stake. lc Is >o the Cungiesa r f tbe United States th?t i?e have iook?J for ( **??; end iboul 1 they elmoae n<d to aooept the proposittor a of Mexico, there c ?n\ nt be peao*. The violation of the urmietlO* g'auted to Santa Ann" when our troop* were on the a** of entering the aity of Mexico, and th-< blood whioh it coat us afterwards tue o >udiloi of Arauujla uC Monterey? th* aois of the Mexican U iverntu- nt in relation to tb* Mexican eoiiiera uuder parole, prove that very li.ue lai'h nan be placed in th treaties mad* by Mexioo; ? >d though 1 have oohftdrtioe iu th* Judgmeit of our (Jo fern in nt. y.a 1"* ngeuts cannot b< tuu c.?uticuo how th?y dual with a people uf nuoh bad tatth. Col Bisi'o* arrived this morning, with a detaohmeut firm the National Bridge mriiiig i?l [ !tobui iirau' ouu troopsin inn nf mhu' r hood of tbe city. They will IB:!?# for the Interior with the first train Tampico, Keb I#?Ws h.?vo I ut vit; li tlx news at thin plao?. A h?? been effected fioiu thePenuco rlT-r to acother one north of It. by winch tliey h*?? uang .lion soune l.'ill uillc* luio the tnterUr, atid, it. I* >1(1, to within wo or 100 mil?? of S*n Luis A company ?t orvotns *r? garrisoning a village at the hc? 1 of n??l ^ tlol.. *nd a J ^<>t esUbltsUad A bout i?:iv* to mcr ro? for th*;. vino >, with tiir?a oom,i*oies of lafaotry, to be taken Iron) the Loulsianlsna and .Vlisjlsppplan* A giaad k.lrt ti?s bi-en diioovtred here, by wl'fli A d?r ing company of tohb?-r? were frustrated Th' m?rrhai of poltoe, It p>**ms. had eoil?ot*d ir>m? bfty or sixty men among the disaffected Of the LotilMaiia and Illinois rol unu?i?,aud m *?eret meetiog* had organist d t beio. iutj a band ol guerillas. with the ltiteutlon.it lp paid, of platid?rinn b in parlies But, ou the day before they were to c< miuenoe operation*, *ne ot th*b?ud a member if West's dragoous, beoume dlMatlstlad and laid bat* the whol? plot, before tli* authorises; ai.d tint kiJ-rj wim Immediately arrested au i lodged in prisou The trial Of the maisaal, thi Ir leader, name off ahnur. a W"eK since, and It I* said that h? waes?uteno.d to death B.'that a* It may, the prisoner, whll' returning to J <11 tn oun tody of on* *oidi*r, managed by come uirMne or other to diug the entlnal. and thu* edited hi* rtcap* to "part* unknown." FROM MONTKRRY. W* har* received the ,Hontrrry Oattlli, of the 2nd instant, In whin* we And th* following paragraph, noni tradicttog the report of the death of Doctor Hardy

1 " Bom* Urn* took, w* utaUoxwd U* ttuaoitU muid?t mammmmmm** m?n ran rwoww*. rm UK ii [ORNIJVG MARCH 4, 184 of an American g^ntlonio, Or. Hardy, at Cand*lla. ? For th? satisfaction of bin numerii* frl<>?><Ja la the 1 glA<) to b* ')!< tn ooutriiliot Cb? rumor There w?r* letters received from him In town a day or . two elnce, from,<'Hn'l?lla, itatiog that h? wan doing well g and In high olover, amonf the greater* It is a matter , of ainoere pleasure to us '*> know it; nnd hasten to lay It f b?tore our readers for their gratification " I Tho Monterey races - another American institution? * were going dashingly on in Monterey. , HONORARY CO.VIPLIMSVT TO AMERICAN STATRSMKN I nv Ti?# vtYimiia [Krom El Notloloao da Tamploo, Fob IB ] Massrs Clay, t'alhoua, Bolts, Webttar, Ua'latln. Van Dick, (?) Jto ?-Tbase iilustrtoui defrtidsrs at the ciuh of Mexico hava justly Mtjvired for tbemselvas the Kratitud? of good Mexicans At a gsiierai <jeatln* of the Philanthropic Soclaty of Mt-xlno, held on tha 36th ult, It wm resolved to send tbem a cnmrountcuticu manifesting the gratitude uf the treating, and naialng th*m honorary members ofthrf Soilsty, whatever may b? the poHtioal circumstances :n which <he United States and ilexlco may Hod th?n>< ives For ourselves we rouder '-he bomtge of thftnkfntu*/3 to tlissa magnanimous am generous man who apealt in behalf of our oountry in the very land where troop*<*i collected to make war uuon i.i Eternal prata* tq defenders wf the cause of justice and oivilliat.on. * * xavat i rtllloknck U.S. brig Parry, ?rv*j Rln juneiro, arrived at Monlev'deo, Deo. 16, end .aC S6(h for Ba no* Ayrer. <"*pt. Boar man, U . >! vy arrival here y?sterdav in tha r earner Georgia tn Baltimore, and took lodwiogs at the N ?tlon*l 11 .Ulfrt H? is to rill'Ve Capt. Crabb In the command of tba^i'-S. frigate Brandy wine, oa the coast of Braail.? Katf ,lk B-'icun Match 5. Cl? biutilgcnec' Tmb Wrathkr ? Yesterday tu very variable day. At the dawning of ttie morning, the storm was atili raging, and the snow fell, wbleb continued up to nine o'clock. The air ttMM? booame more mild, and the storm abated, heavy clr-j*. still obsouring the sky. At two o'clook it again cnoimeneed to snow, whloh, however, continued for onlyjLout half nn hour, when the clouds began to break iwm aud at tour o'olook the sky was beautiful and clear: The snow was then, where it bad not been trodden dowu, about six inches deep, by far the heaviest fall of scow during the winter Lave iu the afternoon, tbe streets were almost us deep with mud, as in the morning they had been with snow. At night, heavy olouds again obscured tho oky, and gave signs of another storm. Sliiohiko - Yesterday was a merry day in Gotham, and the sleigh bsllf rrer? heard in every street in the city. Quite a number of magniflaent ones. The public sleighs made ft most beautiful appearance, among which was one of the E*st Broadway line, oslled " Osn Scott." drawn by six beautiful gray horses, b autifully oaparisoued. On? of the Bowery and Grand street line, thongh small, was oiia of thu handsomest of all that appeared It wm drawn by threo horses In tandem, a black, gray and obesnut with the!? head stalls beautifully decorated with ostrich feather ,of beautiful texture Tbe "Col B*xt?t" was a vary imbdaomo sleigh. with ihf drlvar's ?<rat tt' Ui'teJ about eight feet hiitb, on each side of which was c!ant?d aetsff. f.orn which waved tbe ?t?r? and rtrlpel of American liberty, and at the rear end. were two siealler ones floating iu the breese Tbe sleigh waa draws by six ve>y Urge gray borses.wnoseharness was strut g with silvered bells and an ar h reacbiog above the harn?r-?,liu"g with b?lls made a mrst beautiful *op*?rane< The bridle bits were trimmed with uarrow blue and pink ot/lorf d ribbons, while nb>?e ih' r beado waved beautiful feather plumrs A *i>-igi. drawn by eight i;ray hoiser/ialideoruely d"i>s.:J, belongiogto the Knlckerb >c&er lin-, p&saed tnrough Broadway, in which were ?ea!?d a number ut ladias, who looked liappy nod gay It waa a v-ry fcaudsoma oue, and by far the largest one out. du' log tbe d >y. Uneoftbt Broadway and Fourth avenue lin?. wa* drawn by ei^htgrfy hors< s. handsomely ceparisooed; the vehicle ??? uew ?nd biiudiomely paint ed, beariug the of Gen. Soott There vhxe s?v>ral hers of heaui/'ul workcianitbip. and tri&med with irr?>it. fc.uf.n lrli.lri i?n,r<* Mkr ? tiiooa r\t th? nimf -Hirtui I iit\ar*?ter. dr*?-n for merr frame*, or arolgies lor borses * hicli F??roo<t f.s if gasping for hreath The day wan merry.aud tUeauow b-iogtlnt every em whoacught f<>r p!*aeure bad a aleigh rid* At ni .Pt tlu mud vu com pl*i*ly turnsd up, and An afreet* presented a mutt hor tibiaapp-arnco"; ?nd though beautiful in the morning, t.io pleasums of the day died with its closing hours. Model Artists at Palmo's?Great anxiety was exper'eticed ye?.erd*y axmouusc the patrons of tbe model iu cot " (jU'iooe ut an announcementod the bills by tbe ladies of the company This tiiono ere ate a n\?w liens for the lovers of lh? flue arts, and a large audi>noe as th* result ; amor git whom, were a large proportion of bald and gr-'-y hefted mm, busily engvg-d before tlie curtaiu ro*", In drawing th-tr prodigious opera rtiasses and pocket tel?*eOpes lo the proper fooue Upon th" rising 01 tbe cur <in, uil tlieso instruments were brought into requisition, lor the, purpose of examining more olo?ely the proportion* of the artist* The loudest encore* oam* Jroui tile ve.ierable lover* of *. i* fl'ie at*11 t'ne l*l>U>a-iX ri u- iv<d coiis'der.'.b e applause, an J, at the conclusion of I his .art of th* performances, great sanation >va* Tieibl* in a 1 part* of the bouse, la exp"Ot?tlou of the graud finale ot the er uing After considerable delay, the curtaiu rose and one cotil- 1 iOo set * ? on lb? *t?g*. There appeared t < he o?nItestil MtlMnllNt er mmsnciug; but when th^y I did wore, it oertainly w.i* oneol the richest attempt* at dancing we ever witm tsed. There van sonh gr^at ex- I trunks in the figures that at tile first eight the audience w. ro convulsed with laughter, and th? house was in a pei lVcl uproar. The head couple consisted of a short, fat, duok legged man, with a he vy black in-justache, Ilauilet skirt, and white tights; hi* partner a tell, fli i, knock-kneed girl, with flesh colored tights, and very short while *kirt. The other three couple were Of about the same order of architecture. Tners appeared to be great dissatisfaction an9 disappointment amongst the audienoe, in oonserjueno of the ..micorn not appe ring exclusively in tights; t.ni fi r a time nothing onuid be heard but v.h* most Lor. ibie gtoan*, ana crie* vt ' take Off those rag*." After awbii* tb* the uprm r . otMed, the musio uommeno*d, and tile ory was, ' oa wlta the dance;" but, evidently biting unaujuntomed to iripon tbe light fur. .astic toe, they broke down on the first round, and tho curtain fell amid roars ot laughter, groau*. biases, yells, and all sorts of noise* and a general cry of " Uri-ig on the girls." ' Off with the rags." and'teh?11 with the men " In the midst of this con- 1 fusion the mai.agrr appeared, ai'd pacified tb'< audienoe by xuiiounciug that ill* next sot should be all females, and, iu a tew mirutes tbe curtain rose, exhibiting four ft male*, with ilcsli colored tigli'a, and remarkable short .ikirts, who may be good model artists, hut are very poor dancer* After shaking their half lrtlen limbs a'.iout the st*gi? tor a few moment*. the, ounaln f-li, and thus concluded the nigbt's performance Dun"g the evening, a very inter- aung dialogue relative to the performance* took ph-cs between the manager ou ibe singe, ana i upt-iiu Kyudnrs la the doz>-i wnich created a goo.I t'.'id of tu.: ?l.J passed off very pleasan'ly Tableaux Vivahts?Oricat 8cic*e ?Shortly after the opening of thu lVmple of Che Muse*, ia Cuual street last svenlug, the inhibition room wss ilir wa lltt the greatest. possible excitement, by a performance on the Mag" not advertlseu iu the programme. According to the b' *t iuforuuuiou that oould Im obtained, it appears that from twelve to fl teen pertoiis. laboring under the influence of liquor, foroibly entered the before-named placa, knocking down ibe door-keeper, who attempted to nop them from going lit They ntxt 1 proceeded to the bar-room, or saloon, and commenced demolishing whatever they could lay their ndi upon; atter wuieh ihey hurtled to the exhibition room, where their boisterous conduct created the utmost coufuaioa The rioter*, one of whom carried in his h?nd, en American tin;, of small dimeu Ions, pushed through the denae crowd, towards the stsgs, tearing off the hacks of the (eats and expressing their determinati n to have their paasiona gratid d. evon should it he at the oost of their lives ; and almost in an instant, the majority sprsng upon the stag'', breaking the p ano forte by passing over It. 1 he female* instantly tUd to their dressiog room, and Mr Williams, the iu?niuer. on eoming forward, was knocked down with great violence ?nd severely wounded on th? head Tne intruders tbeu made for the fe uml a' dressing loom; but their progress was interrupted by several main ntt irhn of the ee'ablistjment. woo nrmed theiori lves with a inu.-ki t swurd, and fiber ?npnns, used in Uitir tableau In honor of the L'o't*U fitates, and with wliicn the'- i^ave the i<ssallanis a narm reception and conipell-.d th*m to r?treat with loss of S"Ji") blood A pom of policemen were lmmeditttly sent for. and no further tr< ubla took place The f-min enures having effected their escape by a trap do^r and 1 ihi drop aurtain torn down by tt.e ruthlen assailants, tbe exhibition was necesea:ily brought to a close for the evening DK?THt?cTiTE Fiat:.? A firs broke out about 8 o'clock I ye?t?rday morning in the large f?otary building at the corner of Hester and Klitaoeth stres s, which is said to ImVe originated thniwh tt)>- earelesnie's ol some of th? I workmen. The lower part of the building was occupi-d by .Vli-sers Morton and Breinmer (who are th* owners of the property), aa a spring nalanae and brass pipe factory l i ue i.ro ??e<t:i>oovered by tkeireniineear, ?ho waadnyan ;r?ai iae building, on npanlng 'b? aootf. by ihetuick vola a?* ol emoke wit b w.llrli tin h'.u>? wa? tilled The InM < of Brennner Jt Morton la yarloualy aetlrtiated at I 'rom $lf> #00 to $30 0?0 I her? w?? ?n iafU'-tnce u,ion 1 tli* bulUlp* and th-lr stock to th? amount of fi M>0 1 Pie i>eror?1 story w?? occupied by J kll H W?l??r m 1 * ruia lac't.ry *ho wvra tally (mured Kl?o by vieseta. l'nylor, gU?? cutler, wiio?e low no in- i A room In the eeconi ?r ry w?a aleo ?eeapl?d by William Woolilrtdj;*, WcKim th ?nd b*il haagar, nhoaa low it raid to be upwaTd* of $1000. upon whteh i there wa? ?? Inanranca Td? upper ?torj w?* oocupiad by Vlr. O-nuy, a* a atraw and *iiII btalil factory, who liad bat v?r/ recently laid In a t*ige utock for the 'prioR briin'M, together with the neeeaanry baaineaa machinery -?hl*h *u rary ooatiy. Hi* a*rot.^? I* aald to fa >10 000, which wa* luily cohered by lnaaranoe Tha (Ira comm (initiated to tha three atory brick h?uae, '<9 Kuabei.li r?n?d ant] oc.ctip ed by vlr* Rebec-a Powell, the roof if whiah toother with the third atory, ?r?re d?. t oyed, bat fully insured Aiao. to tho t?o Kt"ry brick t.ouee I id Heater aire*t, b'loui<ln< lo J R. Whi iu(|, iha roof ot wnich w>.< deatroje'l Notwln.- i n .iiiiinrf th? oti tmj and uupleasan' (late ot tha w?atb< r the tirewen were promptly on tha apot with their appa* ratua, and utoaaded in aubJnlDg the flames h>iore rh y , i?ade further progri-aa Tlia wa'ia of tbo tulldiag were pushed down yeatarday afternoon i Kiat.?A flr* broka out about U?a o'clock uu Thurs flay e?enlog, lo a (mall frame building la tka t ear of ISo. 480 CImrj MmS wbiob wu laoat anUraij 4a [ E IIA 8. troyed Tli- litmat'H wad trifliuir %a the buildtug waa rorthlf-.i Amothik ? A Ore broko out. *l?o, ?tx>ut one o'clock ra*turd?y morning, in th? UullJInx No. 333 Uleecker treat, ocoupfad by David Hall, aa u li?kery. which was iluo^r entirely dratroyad, tojofher with the ato.k tul arniture The family barely eaoaped with their live*, >elng obliged to l*avatha building in their night olothei rh? building belonged t > Jamca N. Walla, E?q., who, re learn, wfully loaurad. There waa no inaurunro ipontha property of Mr. HalL Thi Bo*ton Stkamiri.--The mall dua y??terday Homing ftrn Boaton, did not Trie* until about eight j i'cluok U.'.t nveniug i he detention w u owing to the mow sioriu. .no ooai len last mgm lv. uoikuii. Th? Gbcenwich 8thkct Accident.?There ?u a report In the Herald of y<-*t?r<lny morning, relative to ;he fstal ocourrt-uoe of a little #irl by the nam* ?>f M?r (tret Kurren, having been run over xnd killed,in Green* ?inh street by one of Allium St Co'* i*xpres* w*g me, lrlven by David Morse, and ic was stated that h? went >n and paid no attention to the occurrence, until he iras pui'ued by tb? police and arrested In juitioe to vlr. Mori>e, the note are here sta'ed as they notuaily >ocurr (1. There waa at the time in the wiwon with Vlr. Morse, ? nolorad mim. and neither of them bad toy knowledge of tbe obild b?lrg near tbo wag n until the was discovered by Mr M lyiug on tile ground, with >ne i f the binderm'ist wli?]? upon her faoe. Mr. M. as, of oourse, very muoh frightened xo l agitated, but nad the preseuce ot mind to atop nud pay every attention to the child; at tbe fnui time, sending t.he colored man on with tha wagou, and onutinued with her, nevi r fir a moment havliirf left tbe school house, near by into which olie was taken until he was arrested by tile police, morn thau one half hour after the acoident occurred He is represented as bir g a wry humane man. andsunh coafidnnos have hlscmplt yurs in his lutegrityand uprightness of charaoter, th;.t ooe of the firm, Air Dinsmure, immediately, on hearing or hi* arrest, proceeded to the Tombs and entered bin bill. The fatal occurrence was the result of accident, and not carel"ssness, as has been erroneously stated. Anothkr Accident.?a little boy, whose name ?? did not learn, w?s yesterday, while running after a private sleigh, Knocked down and run over in the Bowery, by another private sleigh, but escaped almost entirely unhurt During the whoie day a number of small hoys were continually running atter the sleighs in tbe Uowo ry. and the only wonder is that many of them were not killed or seriously injured. Brooklyn Chasten Convention .--A meeting of this convention took place last evening, lion. John Dikeinan in the ohuir. Minutes of isst meeting were read and aoDroved. Considerable discussion took olnce on a lenctby protest, offered and signed by Messrs. Kink. I O. Bergen, Brevoort, Wyohoff, Cortleyou, arid J. V. Bergen unit!tint the proposed assessment of the ath ?n l 9.h wards for t e expenses of th? Are, watch, nod mmp <leparlni?u.s. It was ult'uiatrly referred to a select committee Several other sections were taken up, amended, and passed ; but which, trim the reelings of the meeting. are to be r?c?uiidered. After dome furtLer debate, the meeting adjourned. Law luteUlaenee. SurcEMOEcourt March 3-Before Judge Hrwidford? John l\y<m vt Itaac Hurtit, Warren Dr-jirr, Jotry)i Cuthmg, WHlmm Cuihing, and J ri.muia ICing ? This was a proceeding under tno statute to obtain mini-ijiale possession of the Biwery Amphitheatre. It appeared that ou the 13th of September, 1817, Mr. Tryun took a leas* ot th>i premises in qiifStion for seveu mouihs, to end on the 16ih April, 1848. Ootbnsame i day he entered into sn agreement with Mr Burtis, to wit, that Burtis shruld furbish horses and every thing elie neeess.it-_, lor '!. rxbiMtii c of a regular circus, in ludiuggti "j>t:4 -te iiii' Stc. , f r which tin w,n to take j ouehalr the troeip's of liie p-t formalizes Id cotisulelation ol whioh, i ryon was to pay all rents, and niafie ruch other payments as might bo neuersary for the management ot the establishment, except as above mention# t Mr. Tryon b?in< us tie state*, #nib trrassi-d at 'he time, in coutiequ nee of Boiue recent losses, caused the naoiH of Bui tis to be placed at the ;i ? 1 of ih-> pUy Idlls; it being, however, expiessly understood, that, his name was only to appear for that put pi 8", audi.was not until the ot.h i f February Uet that he i-ver heard mat Burtis claimed to be lessee ; and that it wis also expressly understood, that tbe agreement wan to expire ou the 1 Uh of January ids . when a new agreement was to be entered into between them, if the oi uii'iion wax to be continued. 'I hat ou the lilh of January. Mr Iryon shut up tho house, i,ud put a mau named Peter Lug.nbutil in p > .e<si>n. an hn a<?nt and care taker, who continued iu (> s?-*nsiou rroui that time until the 6th of February last, wiien ttn d^lendants came and rje?)ed him, and took foroiole. possession, whioh tney have since rstaiued i he def nee wiiS. that Trjon was obiplOy*4 ar. th uiin.t c,r ftii.tts; Uiat fciv? U?*? y AuiDhjiTit aire, auto. ug??EB?e n ->?m? of <%t jivou, ?u aken lor the heaeBt of Mr Burtis, and tE?'. be, Burtis at the time It was taken, adv- aoed t3uO to bu paid over t-> the iersors, that he alto ugr?< d to tak* Trjon a* manager, at a saUry ct $to a w?ek, or tw-h fart r sum as trie profile of tho theatre would admit ot This arr*iigem?nt w?s entered into <. week oelore the 13th ot September, andatrried nt > effect on i; at da/; a id that from mat tiuie up to Lite oioung of the amphi tlieutre the rent was p -id >y Mr Burtis himself to the le fois, rxoept upo'2 tWJ or > hrt<e (cessions ft was paid br Trv.in. br dtieii ion at Burtis That on the 11th ot January laai, wheu the houae cloaed, there wax flSU aulor rent. aod that Burt la ^are bin not* tit tti? leaaora for tint auin, eudurred t>y oa.i Baiti-'t That h-, IJurtl*, ml In p.cuaiou fr:m '.ha Uth of September t> the irege.it time, and that ha had ou. and previous to, the Hu of February, the day ou wbiuh it la al'rg?4 IjrnibW poBBeeaion was tnk n Ins hor??a aod other property o.. ;hi* j>reui<s?s and ir short, thi.t nil itit* ehare Trjou had in the trRH?N?:i?u w"h han *^?nt ?.t BuUj. \djuuri;ad to umn'ro . (this raorniug) ScrRKMc i ourt In Equity? Marih 1 ? Bffjra Judite ?dm nil - y>ani:i< (iujlm ui Thr.Frattmof th* rhirH Atttriult Fl-finm d Church.? Deoreu of loraolotura Cor auoouut claimed. .Vf. rlha Hart-It vi John Bnrd-ll?The bill i'l thllCif wa? filed by Alra Burdell, oaaritlng li?r huaba id wl h various a<ta < f oruelly, and with having abandoavd h?i self And kin children. and praying adivoroe how bed e.-.d board I ha defendant acswcreJ t'ie bill, denying the liOtr of cruelty, an i justify in,* thr abandonment liiiataiT vici" le> > rcu examined by Mr ( HiaLCi Kim ah u?, on behalf of trie com pi mi*. t 14 no < a u>? pm ilex, oomplaioaut and defendaat; llrad lu the faui ily i r three or four months, about fire yrura ngi; >lra llurd-il find two chiidrer at the tim?, a jd expected to be shortly ?onfioe,d ol another H Do you kaow what kind of food Mr. Burdell used! A Vea. air. Dt rKNua^t'a Coi'miki.?I ol\j?ct to this ovideuoe; it la o early irrelevant VVtiat hua this court to do wliti what >i gentleman may ohooaa to me fir hti own food ' Ob j -otion overruled Witnni-He oaed to go irto the garden, pluck the Indian c rn, otiup it uo. nad eat it. I) d he often eat with t;i" lavoily ? A. Hp did not; he either eat by himself or want Into thi kitohen and eat with the eervaut man. H Did be rerjnir* nia family to live aocordiug to any particular ayatem ! A Yea. air ('nvntCL? State what waa the avatem Wiimm- ll-i required them to live aeoordiug to the (Jrabam ryat'in; to live ou unleavened bread, baked hard in an oven, goat's inllk and hominy; Mra Burdell at the anna. SannroRn I object to this cvH'dcp; what haa it f> do with trin quertion we ore now tryli.g? aiid even if it had. what doea it prove but that ttiu ayatem itaelf ia ex*.*UariL* It hm hn 11 i4(imued bv manv (rent terpen Id this oity. ha* becoaie almost anlrerial. and u eouMd, red superior to buckwheat c?hns. Wlio, iu the home, did he mahe bid companion* A The servant Hiau. Q Was he inuoh with hi* wife an 1 children? A Only Tery seldom. II Did be require that the children should be dreesed ia ?ay particular way? A Veil nir; he weuted to bare their olothee on their shoulders without stiings, and to wenr big shoes that th?y ?ere not able to oniry Q Were ynu in the family at the time any clothe* were taken off ot,o of the oblidren? A Y?s, nir *4 What was \lr*. BurdeU'ssi toa'ioa at tLe llm< ' A 8lie wai after b lag oanfined Q. Did you s?e him tear the cl >th?s of the ohii l.' A I did not; but he told ni<* ot it after, and ! "aid It w?s au unchristian an. aud bi* wife only a few -.aye confined; he said they wrre too tijjht. and that he had torn tnem ell; Mr* Hurdell was ?ery ill allerwards Q. What was Uyr pr-iotlou with regard to Jratslng ibe children? A They were alwars <Jres*ed rery I. osely aid oemfoitably te pleaee h?r husband. Q. WUat was Ms c. nduot to her when she was sink? A. I was not th?rent the time. H. What was his o ndiaot as to the r-hll iren ? A I don't knew except th?t the llitle tfiri from wbese bark he tore t be clothes, same d *wn to lh-> aiUhen oca Jay and ssld her papa *a* a very nrui^ 'y nan H w tine luey iiti u in ins noumry, ao you Know 01 inythitirf in r-Kard of K?epln# th' wluiiows alwuysoyrli? A. Vis; he alw?) s req liied to h*v? i h*m opeu Midi) Hints, u nu. si-, who li?ed id the funn y. w.i.i **an iWt ozkuiiarit. and testifi d to the es.n* U<- i B'JOtOr C *t>k.KHII.L. ex-tmiard - \V?i osiled ia to MS Vlts UnrUull ; bur health was verjr at the time : ir.lerct a nhatige of diet, ordered h r lo tak? arioMtl [ood; aoasidrrea it neovseary for tne r'St^ratlou of ti>*r ^enltb Mr Batdell was ?lwsv? a?. ri>'i to ?n m*l food, bat vpiu the oro?slou a.luJed to my prescriptions were foUoWMll. Q Did you at any time ptesorlbe for him at his reiu> st ? A I did Q. Do you know what his rallgfon is, or what hlsrtaws tre on that snhjfot' A. I h?r* no p*riloular k?owle1i{e Mis Hasan Alsurtii examined?Is step mother to Virt Hwrd?il u vv*re you with ler \7h>*D she w?s eenflned ? A Yen, sir. j <4 Wfc?t ??' Mr B ' eonduot to her ft* ths time? 4 H? ne??r was ?ery klud or atteutirs to bsr q vVhut wh? dll he show it ' By ne.tmti: X hi-r Q How did he ue?l?ot her ? /\ He ucyr p*id tjer that, ?u?ntluu that an sff?otlon- | lt? bu'^hti 1 pays his wife VVne he w< II at. this time .' A. I iietsr thought him well; he wss a? wsll as lie S*?r was. ! I'll yon a'ate what wns ih? diet ha allowed his aifa? A Ha w'she?\ h?r to eat the sams as h? eat hlirstlf Q What ffe.'t had It on her he*ith ' A. 1 U?uU It kWl? tosi siok M &? tUo. X. "ME I 4i" < &*- & ' --avV \ i- _ v VW? tinHOS, it. Wm h? *ft*otloua'> i > hli obililmn ' A. I doa't think h? had :?tf otioa for ?nv fcSlui/. i roH-txaminfd h\ Mv. K. SaNsroRD. ?Q, What ?? !? tjpn ?'ii you to Mr.t. Bunlitll' A I wha asked that quutim b*f,r? ( oniric l ? W <Hd not t iK? y <ir at (i?t dowu tti?r, you will plea*.! to aniwr th? A I luartied ti?-r f?;h?r. mid was b?r ctn>-moth?r *t' n ?h? marrle 1 Mr Burdi-ii <4 Did y>" n"l know V.r durd*U adopted th?t tfm h*iD ?y?t?:u lnt'ors he married? A i did Q Did oot Mm Burdoil know It ' A yi'o Uii. 1 litt Couit hi re ?dj>>utn*d T\t ^rv/ile rj rrl O'trloy Waiting vt TK fictr at Slat' n Itlaml ?A motion was about to >>? at the sitting of the Court, tor a-> ?.rder th*t Doctor Child* hand over the official 'in-iument* of the dspertment to Dootor Whiting, \?hn hws b? -u lately nppoia'ed heal: h < ffloer St Island by the Oovrrno , ut> o the *u/K<ntion of tbe Court it waa postponed uutil torn rrow (<hls morning ) Allmjko Slavic Case ?K< ?> County C.iurf?F I*. 8t?v*na, ptesiJiUfc;.?Ch*i$topStr Wtkb iu .fieak Ew rick. rhfK w?# an notion for asrault and b,\tt?ry od false Imprisonment, brought by plaintiff >ig*in?t d?f?i> ant, oue of our oiry police constables Tne trial rf thH 04u?e commenced on the 3T*t inst, and clov <1 on tb? evening of the -.'a i ? t)v oourt not b -lag in session on the 1 id The circumstance* that led to thiacMe, ai?p:fiu>J In hvM'civ. am peculiar ?nd novel In tb* Utter part of September last, two athlatio men, oue by the nam* of Fi rry, tbe ot*er. Wolf, slave dealers from Kentucky, made their eppei ance in < ur city, in se-reh of a m-gro. who they said wnt a runaway rum Whiln prowling about tbe oity In search of th-lr gain*, they learned from lomi source that ?, negro bearing the description of the one they were In >?aich of eat then en gagi-d at work In the upp?rpari, of ih? (iotblc Anxious to *4 ertaiu the feeling of our republican city a.<d how (. far they might proceed to the seouiiog of their prey they applied to the defendant, who, upnu the representations mads to him, consented to aaiiat theui in the prosecution of their dt-aigna The necasary plana to their suooesj being consumin iteil tii-y proceeded to the Gothic Hall to aecure the plaiutiff 'l bs two alave denlera entered the upper part of the hall, wiiere the plaintiff was-ngagud at work. ael*-d bold of bim aa though b"> had been guilty of tbe highest crime known to oar laws, and without Hiring him time to put on hia hat. cravat cr boota, thrust bim out therefrom down a dark pair of atalra, where thoy were joiiiaJ by Uel'eudant. ily thia time the news ot the capture of plaiutiff draw together an assemblage of people of all color*. The litre dealer* were here imjuirrd of by what fight or anthorlty thoy arrested the plaintiff, bu^ no aos<rer was given; upon wbioh tbe youngest of the two drsw from hia aid* a *ix-barrelled revolving pistol and said that he would " blow through'' the first man who interfered Hia courage, however, aoon became a little o'/ol. by the interposition of ohm or two who told him that our laws and the rights ofrur oitlz ns should bu protected, explained thw i>? ure of the ofTeace he b id oommitted bv tbe diaplay of the pistol, aud that by the word* aocnmp*Dylng that I -ict, he had aubjeoted hlmaelf to imprisonment Yet. ietertnined to secure the plaiutiff, a d against all expostulations, they forced him down suother flight of atairi CO Vlair afmuf and tVi*art?*M 11 r\ annin r>th.?r iUIm Inlit btck ifflot". As soou as plaintitr wss thiust Into the v.fl"u, the door was closed, but dm sood made open gain by the crowd that followed. Here tho release of plaintiff Wits demsudsd by several persons who tnltl him 10 l?m. ?n neither the rla?? dntler* Dor ths defendant had nay right to detain him The plaintiff started, tint on! seiisd unld ot agaiu by th? defendant, aud ?bmwn inoi d-4-mdant placing Utms'lf at. the door to prevent his goiupt out. At Ibix last ait for the subjugation of i r,? pUiutiir. the crowd becom" so much exoited tbat reposal* of reconriliation were < tiered by the friends of the slave d?al?rs, and the plaintiff allowed to piss out without mol-stituou On the defeuce, au attempt was matin t.j establish the fart that thn defendant aoted from good motives. and that all hn did aod said was to quiet the row produced by the se zure cf plaintiff, wbieli u. was bis uuty to do as un oflic-r li-re the caus? ended After a charge Iroia the judge, tne jury retired, with insiruef.wus to seal their vrdict, and present it at the going in ot' tun C' ui t the next morning when (te'lay) the verdict, of the jury was received, finding for plaiatilf $U0.? li Com. Jidu. Feb 14th ,..surukm* i ocht pr tuk Urti rcL> Stats, March 3. 1848 No 41. Th<? Ifuit.ed States, p aintiffi, ts thn oiry of Portland. 1'h? argument of this cause was c >otii.n-d l?v Mr Attorney tirneiai for the plaintiffs, and by Mr. tTan5 for the defendant. Ilia Ruikct court Kali. N?w Yohk, .Vltiroll S, 1813. Iimui liquet,* bf.sitttt, h.?q. OearHir: !? jour i uc, i ;-i mr.riJng, of laa ' Raok Court Hail," yuu hate (a?lnteutioniibl^r, I ' iu <r<l*r to t ay off e<>-,i old scores " &.J No such motive ever entertained by ihe members of the club or the minagersof the ball; lor'iie reason ' hat uo oid scor"? ex!s , or vcr hate, the i-.luo bribg entirely nut of d?bt, and bavin,. already paid moato! the rent for th? present y?ar in ajvance Justice co ihe club, aud the 1 idles sad offli ia ing ou that ocoasiu'i, r qu're that you should corr-d*. this rrroueous impression, which truu y.ut w<- I know a iib?r*lty I have uo dcobt y>'j 1 Uo pi ,<'ly 1 he k*li was given f'>r ihe sole and express pu^povi fci>at the lady friei.diof the raemhiirs uii^ti. jarttcipate ounlltiioif the tloketn entirely to th? m-iaSer* of the ciub; but, at thenolioJtu 1" 01'many m-iiber* tickrti wor* al1 Wrvl to toem for : h?lr friend*. I tn eapeune of the b*U \v.in (ir> r thtee tliouMn l doilarn aud th? amount reoelrb'1 for tioketn will full eh"rt ?>t tho.ie 'xp'tin-* about two liiindrt <J dol!?r?, ?*hion the clu^ will meet cheerfully pty, tii'i a uiaob larger nam too, if urea ?r;; well satmtlei if tU r friedi ?i.j .ye 1 tuaui*-!vrj aud found tb?lr eipeetatlonp re?)iz J. So yuu ? ?? there w?* nothing left over " for futurw fan," from that *atertainm*ut; still we expert to ham lie fun io h re-ntltion, uao her s-anon, on wbioh occasion, ui >y wo ull be Ibsr- R f p lott'uliy yours, ONt. Oh' Tilt vIANAOEKs. Gheat s tccbss of Brani>rf.tm'm Pii.i.s?Tuk (jkowmino fhiumph?john van mi'rb.vi* ckrjiricAiK?To* lnlloxluK cefttHca'f. voluntarily eent to l)r Brundr>tb, by ? pr.-atef 1 *""1 ?patient npeaic* tor itMlt l/f. tbe htll nt< I read : Utics, Kfbtuary ISth, IM48. To B":>jhinln Brsnilielh M U Dear Sir: Kor upward* of two y?t.r* punt. i have b n UUicted with a ' .aj.lloji'ton of hutaorous diseaneg, olosely reeeiubling y rophobU, among the leading symptom* of which ban been k terr.b! br-?tini{ ou' at the m<>utb, which <l?:loi ih-> skill of my lawtlj phyioian. Dr. Cronwell, and serl ously endttog-red th? cuos'.Hut.on I sought everywhere la vain tor relief having, a* a la.it r"*ort, t <k?r> a larg? I->? of Young physic, lu the fai< of laiti, which ao far from p tmiig ol the slightest beiK'tu, struck in, and proluoet 'ooh latul o 'i)c^i|u?u-;rn tint my II'e Was ojusIl?r>-d in darker. My tit ? wan i.?; I hud frequent 'paetcsof delirium ai.d raving, r.nu'he foalbers of my L >ngue incxeas-J to rui h au alirnnng degiee, that my b?sl imiiuS *jv?u my o*n talh r w?r? compelled to I" rt me Thin <tl*t:<ut? wna tbx uvre r'mmh*bl?, i?a uothlo? of thn kind bad ?T?r be^i' known iu lay laoiily, wboite nioutljs have ner*r been t 111 <:trd wilh any bje?RIng out that couia bo o>a!? any taltig ot. la >bin larueotable xtnte ol (blcgn, 1 f rtcnatdy came under your ')?u?U :ent treatment, be rtsuHs ol which have been truly ?utprislorf and lit'.ln l?ra than miraculour. Upon 1 iM'!(? 'b" tlret pill, t^rorabli nyioptouin began at ?>nca to riiake th"ir appr&'HiiC'i ; aud Ouiy two '.'ayi ago, tbe . rim nr m? pa.vna, wd?.. .in i.icrsuibie(inanity or highly oS?n8iv? matter niui? from m?, sicca *bich tlm<! I liavn bn? i comfaraU?riy fust- r. tod ?xp*oC iu b>corn* entirely reator*'I to my ftittds und n<y foran-r rt tn ' iu ?fhoit t in ' I-Valiti* <h?t I ?ho;ild not bw doing my duty to n>y Irilo-.T c:t i or, (?coonidfr?tlrn. a* v<>a wlil ??e Irom iuy ls'? eps-ob, klways of paramount import-turn witU tn? ) if I withli id my can fron th? ublio. I ha??? A?nt you this hastily wriil'ri acanuwied/:iwul. wilb tail |i?ft:??fion to u?? it in any way you plt-aat). Your patient, JOHN VAN BLHKN i'rinnfp il offies" for ths sal? of th? abi?s piU:-N?w York, B. Ilrnndutb, Broadway; Al'itny, fclwio Ciosw.-i!, Argus Oftlo-; Philadelphia ? ; W??h l. ^tori. T Itiohie und*' tae Ssuals cbatni.rr. t?ener?l traT?flliii? ** ot tor li? tiottb?rn Stairs, Hi?n Jouu \.D:x N. C. I'b-s pii!s v? an Hiitmriibl* n ciflotciII intraiinal oommotions ; sud ?uioDj( i h* doetot's Ot). r di->;u?uirhed paiirnts, h- It- < to mtntlou panlcu-vry tba *:**(, whig p?r y, whioh is n # uuJor his treatment for ihi? disease, with to ?tie<>ur.{log ptorptct of a ep?edy dissolution, tr.m K- J -hu Do ik p Mrs John Qi;imcy A mams. ? Mrs. Atiuna wan lorn in EuuUuil on tiitw lli i of Febtudry, 1776 -<h? we* tn# dang U r or Jon tin J nn?< u, daryia d f n'leman, woo went from Aumr et to Loudon, wber?? i? b*oame eminent ?? a m.'ixbau:. During ibe war he ultKnn land lot France,wli?r? ha acted ?a tl ( (!) tuer.-is I ?<> -t it tbia oountry, and riliraril nprn th? r?uU -iti r i f the treaty it pens* Vlr. Alauis f .and hit future <?iie a', Londou, wb'U aa in* do t>-r a eounlMt'in conf.'rr?.l upon him by *i?a>-rai Wninmt n. Id 1784, tor eiohiD^tng tlu ratiflja lom wad" under th-< tieaiy of Ni'inn jft of tl.?r. year Mrs A married at All Hallowr OLuroh Loudon, on thiJohot Iu I 97, and followed her tio*0*i.d t > PrU'.al i. where .Vlr. A wa* pr??"ented a* the fl ?i American i*ltni?U,r fr?iin the Uulted 1.at-* Mr* Adam* confarrt 1 hot. r upon th > oouutry t a llm* when lue Unt ? J State* wa?jo*c r?<* poized J mejuai aiu'ipg the nation* of tie i-aitti Her nt *t : tv> urw of **rvi<-e w ? i'i Wae.'i'in t>n, ar.d utwr tbi* again the Court < f st P*!?rjtiurg a.id tin* from 1309 to H14 the MCMK ex lllt'g, ad ,"i-ha>j? tbe mo't retoluiion.ny pii id in tbe hl-iory of Kurop-, au l mitraolrn a par' of ibut intrreitluij p-riod r! our own history wh- u tl,? cou itry wa? at war w|ib ?o{laad Mr. Adams rnilUeil luiitfer at "St I' ter*bur< than any one of our \nnrln?" Mlnli'er* excepting Mr Middieton, an J hi' i. , - i.rr m. i .. tor ? Irf n. r n.) w. i k ? h...K ? I ' ?,? o?Ii-J t'> fiel I rt MtTicu. Mrs A. o?m? ?lom ir tri jtt Prtuff barg to Pat.s aft. r thu tr-aty of ir'*o? bad b?-ii hy Mr A ?,t Oa?.>t *ti* *? ?', p. .urlnu thfl tu nt ni-ai ,t M? p?rj a of Napolroo'* >upr?m -ty. and i??c?-d tun woiia wide ' buudrti d*yi at th6 F.eucli iu?tr poll!i, to th? midst of tb* *blu of t. .ur j'. iueltfeat t<? the tttu. tf ? b?:?-*othi? Bout bimandthe n ?'.|utionl*tii. Aiur e -iort riddene* iu H c? totio" I hy ?' oa.'t oi.? mill h?r pittu'i 11. t < Kb'iorh'iod uf I.o.i icu virn \J?Di<oimvtoWMll'( tun !< I8i7.?ta-r* h> r i.uc'.- 4 i1 id bei<u o?li?d ?? t ? principal nirmtv r ?,f Mr. rnrcw'n i aMn?t. E gtic ymT* a? S^flrHtiy <if H'.ate. I" r lu the VV'biCn House, tr.d fltl}-me yram the ooBlpanloo ot U*r dtnllcg uiahed llit*btud Vlr?. \dM<tui((3t uireof court lue, and f.b?t to ??rry , f">m the twnattul estimation of r >y*ity t>? th? rimp,i ,ty ?f our own r*puMi?an h?bii?, ih%.i perhip* ?n? living <otu?n. H'a$huifton Cur, fitltburgk 'latcii?, A