Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 14, 1848, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 14, 1848 Page 1
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-?- - ?w; Ji?mwi miri 1 Jtx J Irnlm Pa &CS9. THE CLOSING CEREMONY. THE rxiTAZi xwafsnaaanr* or JOHN QIINCY ADAMS, IN HIS. NATIVE VILLAGE, IN MASSACHUSETTS, on SATURDAY, MARCH 11, IMS. "THIS IS THE LAST OF EARTH." Air. Jtu. Ac. Boston, March 11, 1849?Midnight. It It over. " The iron tongue of midnight hvji t?ld twelve," mid the day which witnessed th- consignment of the ashes of John Quincy Adam<* to their lust receptacle, has just parsed A > ay forever. As I write, the solemn tones of the midm^ht bell ?till vibrate on the ear, though n'ithar they, nor any other earthly sound, will *ver reach the ear of him who now " sleeps his l<*?t tier," never again to be awakened or distu b*d, till the sound of the finnl trump. Tne dav hat been most propitious for the ceremony . The weather, which wai very ttormy oi Thursday and Friday, was fair during the whole of the cloting scene; the sun shone fcrigHtly, and there was a pleasant breeze from the n>rihwct. The atreets in Boston and Qui cy ?< re iu good condition most of the time, though utter the tun had attained full power, it became rather unpleasantly muddy in the latter towt, especially to thoi^ iu the rearward pait of tht roi -?ion; but nobody miuded that. (M euur-9 you have an account of the doings ?<? 11 >?tt n on Friday. The body remained in F t i <tl Hull ail rwuht, under guard, by the corps of City Guard*, Cipt. Thompson, and was vi? t' I b\ t .ou- Mids of both aex';s, who thronged t? pav a !a*t tribute of reaped to the departed To gmi.fy the general deaire, the hall was kept 0 en to the public till trn o'clock on Saturday 1 ir i.no i. when it liccums necessary to urenare for t'.e removal to Quincy. ft was a deeply impressive and solemn scene ?this universal offer of homage to the cold clay t>f him who, wlnle livinjr, received eo many in .ni esutions rt confidence, esteem and love from f:? people who imw sadly gax^d upon his shrouded collia. The hody rested upon a bier imniedu'ely ia front of the rostrum, at the upI'. r < d t tii'- hall, * ich was entirely covered wi it h?*i vy <<> .:? nt l>lack drapery. Every column o' t ie building was wreathed in sable? he^vv black si rca mere were carried from the c'ii'r?l ehandrlicr to each corner and capital? the cbtudelier it?eif, the tijure of the American e*:i , as well a* i I the portrait" and busta in the lo.jin, were similarly clid; and tne light of da? w?e excluded by thick folds of black over eac h window, its pUce being supplied by a half illumuMiton from the jp* burners, which shed their leint r..>s upon the bier, and u,?on the thousand* of uneove??d heads that p.?i>ed b-lore it and ti 1 4 lb- S|>?et 'U? ball Th? pansels or th* faM*r1rs are bordered ?iih b'?rk, #Drlo?up tb? Inaerlpttnoi wbioh I i" < j'sjwt kt'o* Ah?v? tb* * (* , In Ih? centre fit ta? set ? Wf MtlkeilM ?u4 ?trlt?Mi. to<?ib?r with tb? n?i'oD?l of Kr?a-e. Portugal. Pru*aU. <1 Htliigl aoaatriaa to wbcb tbi dwiMi ftataauik? ' ? r*-^n ml I< Mia'atar of our R-puMia-luUrl*'o*J ?llh l?? oob? ! rrapa Tha ?M>* baara ia hi* b??'? 't* m?l'e " Tnit iitti laat at tmb. I dlaornWn' " Oa tba balMtrela undrrnaatb tha nail1* ara ?h? w-rJn " J?'hn l^atoor Vlaia* II " F't'rg |>|? ft -I# on tha ' ?J ot tha balnttra lo r.t tho laft of tb? ?b >?a. t? (Mrtbwl " Botn eit;??a of M?*-%rhu?r<1 on tha rtjhi: " Di*d a cil'wi of tha Ualtad Htilti " I niWft'Hlb tba*n ihraa. and axtaadirg nroaa *,4 b tha hell. bata-aa tin fal>rt?f. la * John cj ?.la?? ta in* umi vala*bia puriila aharail" ? aad Uia aMtii^ill oar itipl> m%*ta rapa f>?or(a Waailb?>?a la 17?7.?? Tba otb-r a I'toaa araaad ih? ball. aovatlaf th? front ot tha jallar ?f aoaas>*scla( at tha laft a< Lha daak. ara aafolIih, vis i Natra. JT||?Trl?at j Kaarata-jr <> -ba VliaUtar to Rttate, axad 14 roar*. 179* - H'tbtll to tha I'attod Notharlaadl 1797- Mtuia'ar to Pruaaa UOJ? Saaator la tha I afWUtarr 'f M mtihw?ttl. 1994- i9?iS *r?mtor la HjW ?Miawt'i t* Raatla. avm. 19M?Jadfaaf tha oprnaia Coart of tha L'aiUd SUta* lilt? Cfclaf C oaialaamaar lo camtiata a paaaa with Or?at Britain 1919 -Vttii?i?r tw Uraat Brttala. 1917?tMTatary o# ftiata ltlt I taa' l?t>t rf rba L"Ht?t<a. lall-1914 la oaaraaa. Th? Mfaaaia^toa i.t?at Onart Captata I?la?y, vara pvxa'ad to Iba rtoxrt datjr and ta?j tnntad out with ful. r?a?? and raaorkably w?il I'hay aumb?rad atghly n?. guaa. baildaa tha < C "ara. aad wara a> a<iof>. nird by I'lagg'a ralabratad hraaa baad. ah" Bavar jarfarmr) t r Ibaa oa tbla ocaaaioa T&a routa of tha pro???ai?a iat thraofh Marcbanta' Boa, fttata atraat, tVa?h?aftoa atraat. Iiaaar atraat aad South atraat from Va?ao<l Hall, to tha Old toloaj *? -? - ?? * laaalaaiitraat fltlPifltf thi trtAl*r yirtori't^uMK, ibi b?n4 *?rt 7l(;lM "Rwlli CM ti?, ' but oa ntanog i*??ib itrMi, i h?y lk? air to th* roUmn l>?ad Barak la Raul," to tba airaiaa ot wb'ab tha rdu ?ti uaharad Into tbr (tattoo bcuaa ol tb* railroad. Tb'.a bui ding waa banc with f#ttooaa of blaak. aad tba national lag upon i ataff wa> aUo wrratbad with erapa. and dliplayod at half Malt A saw u< powrrful rgina, hvariag tb* aaai* of J<nk Qiincr liw J J?t t>-?j built ior tba road,by Maa.ra tlnraly tnl Drary; aod I la T)r?t raaay - atarpt a aioj'e trial trip waa daatla rdtobaiha Irani^ruiloi <f tba dual of hia vbtia nanir tt Ijaara. f i n tba Hiatrrpt lia of tba Hiata ha baa ao aud ?o I libit fcoaorad. to tba torn wblah ga'a him blri'i. and which ha hia n.r to daarly levad Approprt-trty.it waa eoTarad with Mark la *?*?y part wl.ara drap-ry aould not ba aspraad to dai.g r from Or* acJ bora lu 'roat a ataff With tb* Aa>*ri"aa *a?l?n la m> urnln; l aeh car to tbla train waa Ilk' wlaa d< ??a?o la i ba auiblaiua af waa, tta I-atlaat bviiig oa and la that In which tb* acttn waa placed Tba pr<?Ma?loa morad fro.i Faanail Rati la tha fellow iog i rjar : ? Eacnar : Compear J of tha Washington Ugbt On*rd unlar aon mand cr Captain A H. kalray, ?tt*rlrd by I'lagg firars Band. Tub or, Coraaoa a Fmaral I'm. drawn l.. aii Mark horaaa all r?p*- iron* ! in nine* Willi pre tu in monrvna Th? luUnwInc PtB??ra of ibo Vcljn'aar HUIta of Iki awcaaa the Cor, r*ll k>w?n :O ? Ml RiaHT, LUutauant Ctirr, cf tba Vae>baua O'aya " Liomeii, o1 tba < Ity Ouarda. " CitltLi c(ih*ltt < On mi Liit, Llentaraxit Kiri.aac*. al tba Haaoock l.'gfct lofaatr y vl >bi Kk li,t|U .i Utti4i ' iba Wathiii|h)o tlfki lafkatry Than tha Mifor if H^aina tb > < mat,tua of Af tu|?u*nl' ?l tbaCltyt turunl ( UIi?bi|?mi ally, j In tula array, tba tanaral tra o iy?il thr ush tb? atraata, ?>iad upon by tbouaaadiaf aitUaa#, wbn Ui,*d tba raata, not oily upon tba al1aw?i*a bat aiau la arary nl.Jow itooi wk'.cb a gliuipaa of lUa a rwa lotah' ba obiilwl At tba antranaa o' tha liabftt tba Norfolk titidi ?a<t?r rolciBotiti of f'aptaln Maria*, war a ntlkxi*! to r*oata? rh<- jr "?aaion. I bt? ai-apaay laa waaaaakiag a muat craduabia ar>i'?araat bataeaa rtaty aaii aatoaty RU' ? bau>| rarrltd 10 lb* r*?il Tba mm* a?tib< baa* carried lata tba i>apot. aa far a? lh? ataMoo ?.f ha rar apfi.ta<?<t ta taaaiaa I' u?a JMaynr "f B atoa. H n JatiaM M< war. jus (Uiiarrad xn- ran alak of Mr Auaua t? laa ? <aaiuaa of Arraa?a r> acta oa i??ba:fof tba loaa ol Miliary Ilia nairta (u tha ornvion, wara a? fo.loa Ma Chiiimi*, a?l? Utari a ar mi Cwiirtn or Hi'ncr Itlaauwoif .arafal a?iy ta a< a?ija ta your far* tba iu< rial raaiaia* "f oaa ?b?a aa baaa ail bold lo bi(h Mp?l?OBa ?k <ai tba pa?pta af bla aa tiro tutu liatr arar IrirUl an 1 ??ta- r>?4 a ta woaaa Virtual anil akri* anaJi m our wooia a?aatry baa baaa w?at to rarara S'rtakaa dawa a tba l?ll ?>f tik aa tl^nal labor*, hi* tplrlt paaaad awar la taa iai4ai af bM luiiaa. id ) bia iibn baaa b*aa ? aaajad la by ia? h >n r?i1 of tba lapabii* la tba ?iu>a aa4 a lata* through which Lhoaa aabn baaa paiaid tbay baaa baaa moarnad * tb<<aa of a ttataiiaaa. aa ihmm. aak a pa tri.it. But it ti la Miikar of tl?w raMUrM lk*t >?? uo? raiKlta tba rama.aa of A liaa Ha aaa ta y"? a t .wnmin, a u-ijhhnr and a f iaad Ai aaab I Mi la bn^ali of th? ?ity f f Boatoa. r.-oaiga to yea gaatiaaaa of ib?< eammittaa, iha rallra irf our dapartad frtaad To tn??a obaaraatlnaa. tba ebalriuaa ol tba acm tnUua of arraii?aiaaata i<a bahalf of tna tcwu of Qn aoy. J T BubaitL, Kaq, r-iptalad la tba Mb 1 iin#rt fTrr H : ' Iii? oommtttw appMniaj In b?balf<flh? atlla'b* of Q ileny. to meti*# th? r-ui?lu? of th? r <lia:lt>gutal.?J loltow-refromiim, the Hon. John QnUay Ai?u< m fcnowl<-<l(,?, with# drop of (rktuu4?, lb* b ?tr? *bl?h h??? lie?n palj tu hi* mriuory l>j iba eliiaraatf B uton, lh? mitrnpoHa of hl? m> In fti?ta , ttd ? ?. in Ih? ot..#r )>ii*i liiruu^b *Uiob ina raraalM ottt pMftU '1 hey oom? to u* MooiDfMQlta by nation r*?r?*rbUUrw, ai d foUcwed by nadcc'a ttan OfUa, 1 'JCT??1 E NE1 NJ during hi* long tn1 eminently u??ful l'f-. b?? the citia*Gl of Quinsy been p#rm't*d to welcome herk the living patriot to t ! > fetnilur ereoM f hit childhood to #r joy % chort ftuuu if r?poe* from the tolli of pub ?w hip xu'Uitj, Bi'in ; tu? ni^iat cnoiy uu'y npon them of reoe'vi g, to snored trust, M< bjpored re mains?to be conslnred to their I?Bg *od lut rii>oM And the olt'B?im of Quito* like the sblldren ol one common hou??hol<i, wi 1 surround tbe bier rt tb?lt patriot father, sorrowing that thev shall 'ee hie vu*rable torn do mors, and 'eelinir the fall, **d import of Ma dv ng words?" Ttlo la the lait of earth !" In the ^' aoin of their peaceful community, he is h*aee f'ortx to r??t from a'i bis labors teorrd, indeed, will be the spot where hi* H'lfe a^uli lie. O ten. at the till And c*tw eventide, will bia friends and fellow oltl repair to the honored tomb 1n wbioh bie aortal rr*me shall repoae. to recall the mtmor* of his public nnrt private virtues, lmpirss upon ihe he*r:s of thalr obiliren his illustrious eiam}ile, and teacn them to grow 40od and great, like btui " These ceremonies bring thus ooroluded, the Qulney Committee took charge of the body, a ,d entered the car In which it was plaoed In the earne oar tbtre also rode trie pall-bear*is, the Mayor, and Committee of Arrangement* of Boston, and the Chief end Assistant Mareh Is of Qninry Thin first speoUl t'aln 1.-ft the depot at five minutes before twelve o'clock, and ran at a slow rare d 'wo to Qtiiicy The track pasras near the ts'atee of the AUsra* family, and as tbe car* approached the mansion tiousfs of Mr Adams and his son. tbe motion of the train was lessened, so that every one oould improve the ohanoe to obtain a view of thos* edlfloes. l'?sflag tbe manaiona at considerably less than half speed, tile oar* reached the Qoleey station in a few minutes, and their arrival was heralded by a national salute of twenty-nine guns, fired by the Roxbury Artillery, under oommand of Captain Chase. Uhs appearance of the town, the depot, and tbe people. at this moment wis moat impressive Tbe whole people were in attendance??et only from Qnlacy. but from the adjoining towns. Tnere conld not have been lee* than from eight to ten thoueand men, wemen and children, Katbcred together in the public streets and (quarts. all deeply sensible of the solemnity of the occasion; all anxious to pay a heart felt tribute to the great nrss which bas pais* d away. Men who have for years erjoyed the sooiety of the oeoeased?who have mingled wnh htm in tbe daily business of llfs?women, who bave soolslly oommuned with him, and have been made to feel tbat Ms honest heart and simple manners were graoes In big character, beyond all public distinctions? children, who hare been taught to look to him as an example of a good and great member of our republio?all were there, and the tad expression of I hair faces, showed yet more than their mourning habiliments, the grief they f?it at the lies they had sustained. The church in which Mr. Adams had been a commuuioant since 1836, was dressed in mourning ?eeds. both inside and out. The Aug staff near the town ball w?s nhroudad in black, and the national banner floated from it at half-mast. Within the sacr<*d ediiioe, immediately lu front of tbe pulpit, was the bier destined to receive and support the ocfflu during the funeral services. It was surmounted by a black tablet, bearing, in white letters, the dying words of Adims: ? ''This 11 the Last or Earth." The galleries of the church were opened for tbe admission cf ladles before tbe arrival ot the funeral train, r.nd were filled at ouoe. Many Hundreds remained on t he esplanade &ud under the portloo. unable to penetrate further. At the station, when the train stopped, the Selectmen of Qoincy, end committers from all the towns iu the Ugtilb Congressional District, wero iu readiners to r-v c?ive tbe remains of their late Representative No addresses were msde at this point, however, but the corpse was immediately placed in a hearse, drawn by ? single black horse, aud conveyed to the mansion bouse of the deceased. There it was placed in one of the drawingroom*, and so remained until the arrival of the next special train, bringlnit the ovsmittee of Congress, Governor and Legislature ot Maseacuusetts, the City Ceunetls of Boston, Ilnxbury, Charlestown, Cambridge, aud Malem, and various other functionaries who designed to take part In tbe funeral oeremonieg There were, alio, ut the express desire ol numerous eltlsens of Boston and lis eefgLborfcood. vtry maty care added to eaeh or th?se special trains, which were filled with priTHte It dividual* who wished to testify thftir reaped for the distinguished departed, by attending hi* interment. After the boo'j of Mr Adams had been cartled to hi lata realdenoe, and before the appearance of the eecon * train, your oorrespondent walked through some of thd piinolpal streets in tha line of march, to observe the T?ct of tha town. Aiwost. every dwelling was detertn" in J cloeed. The people had turned out r? matrc, tJ I ?la In the solemn dutu a of the day; forsaking thiir wordo ly business, abandoning their household laoors, forge c-ful of ev.rj itili'g. aave th* msuriful duty of p?yin* > be last sad tribute to the d>: ad. It is true, indeed that funeral embUm* were not displayed from many of the private hocsee of tha eitiiene; but how mnuh more significant of jirief waa the air of ntter desolation apparent la all' How etp.-esrive of lov? and regard for the deoeaeed patriot waa the e*g?r thronging of every one who oould walk, or lie curried abroad, to the deput, the obureb, or the fam>ly mausion! Itaptovln* the time afT>r4?d before the formation of the final procoMloa, 1 went tn the graveyard of the town, to enrvey onoe mora tba tcuaba of the Adama fatally They >re eltuatrd In three diatluet parts of the enelo*nre ; but tbe retting place of John Adama ! not there His tomb Is nudrr the fli?r of the church to whteh he beloaged, to tbe erection of wbloh he contributed largely, la which the buritl services his distiagniaed son had ju*t been perfumed, nnd which is generally known as tbe " Adams I'empla " Tbe tomb >f John Quiaey Adama ?as prepared under his own direction It la a br'ok v?u't, with a fti.nt of Quinoy graaita, built la severe gothlo style, and now bearing unly the plain Inscription? J q Adams 1h? Ika Atal PeaaMant A ft aim* tnnk A dflfrl fif ill t?r?at )B praaarTlog th? memory of hia *oo*alor?, wbic.h aatticaol hia (on lnbar\tad Accordingly. ta* (John Adam*) tiHMd foor granlta monuments to be araorad 1b '.nit aanlrnt placa of acpultura, around which ?r? tha iTigloal tombuonaa of tha f-ttuily Tba inaorlpiions on ?ll of ib??a will, at thta tlma.ba raad wlih munh Interest rtivy ataaa folloaa, line for Una, ?nd word tor word Tba fliat la th- Inanrlption peunid by h ho AlUro*, In rommamoratlnn of hi* graat-Rraat-graodfatbar. H-n'y Ad?ma. (ha Drat cf th- family tbat emigrated from k.B(l*ad. In memory of HENRV ADAMS, wba took bu flight from iba dragon permeation la D Touahna, lu K. g and, and aligbtad with eight aona nrar Mniot Woilaaton Oat of tha rota raturaad to England, and aft?r tatlng tlma to eipler* tba eouotry. four removed to Madfl<l I and tba nrlithbourlag towsa; two to (Jhelnef >rd Oae. only, Jo*apu, who Ilea here at bia left hand, ramatnad h?ra. who waa au original nrnAriatnr la I ha Tnwnabin of Braiutraa. taeorporated to tba jc?r 1839. Thfa ?too? and uthara have baan plactd la thia yard by a great graat grandaon, froai a ?en?r?t 011 of tba piety, humility, alupliotty, prudenoe, patleDoe, trmptuuot, tragaitty Uduatry aod p?r?*?ar*noaif hi* Auo*atoia, Id brp?aof ranoiamendtng aa laiitation I f (Lair vlriura to their Posterity. Tha n?it tf tr Joaaph, ain af tha preoedlnj:, and his wlfa PKDICATID to tba urninry of JOSEPH ADAMS, SENIOR, who 4i'd 9. 16i4, atd of ABKSAL hla wife, *boa? flrat nana waa lUitar. who died Aag' 27, lii'l by a great graudaoa, lu 1917. Tbla la iba la? rlpt'on on tba graolta bloak, Immediately at vita lout ol wbiah ara tbaaa t?o: M?re lyetb fln>l?d ya M-?dy of JOSEPH AD\MS. HKNIOR. A |?<1 88 yaara Dlad Dtioalm 6th 1M4 Mara lyeth Burled ja Body of 4BHIAI. A I) AMR Wlfa to Juaepb Adime. Senlnr, Aged ? yaara Died A nffuft ya >7 I Ml. Tfait la tha tablet of Jo*trn, g-.c it-grandfather to Jeaa Qriatt la memory of JOSP.PH AD WIS, eon of Jae?|>h a^alot. a< 1 gr4udeot of Ham7, ??4 ?l HANNAH ht? ?lf?, wboM mtUM n?iu? ?M l?w, i <Uii(bt?ir or 1 b ut' lui ml Kuiti Ald'B, pwitutf Jobi A4an?, Ml gnu d pMrall of lk? ! ?* ? JOHN AD \MM. trMtfl ItU. By IW m4? of thi* ??7 b? mm lb* two following ? Mm* If ? ? Body >? Mr JOAKPH Al> AM# -ho iii?4 r.fcy ii. im. A(?? 14 )MII H?rw Itm ? B?d? rfMii F.LI/ABE rH ADAMfl. widow of Mr Ad?nx wfcn <U*d r?h| 14 1IBB. Tfeo* f m tk? t?M*t to J?n<.(ru4ltih?t r# Jaaw Qpiwf A??? wr??w?Jlwf wfciafc %r* tfew uId* th?t \m Imw4 to ?!> B?n>orr of Mr JOH* A I* \MS, wit 4h4 May ? . A D , IT?I, A|H 70, m4 ot ?L?*N> \ hi* eoM*rt b? m ? Bojlrtcs who <tlrd .tprt; I? A D 179? TIM NwaliMM at tb? Juat teviM vfem Owy dwf la 4mI, W YO ?W YORK. TUESDAY M( H?'? H?? hwr??4 >y? H-xly I I tf < ??t Kit \n/ K Al> ? VIH, i 1.0 <!? I Aug j. (lb n?f, H*4 li ;.*i I!#r? ll?? kn^-4 th* lily of M.? ANN AI>A*? !(??' I. ??f? r Uui?, *! r-??? ih- III ITT?. is U> S ? y.?r of k>r ?(?. H*r# II* la'?rr*tl , tlx r ">?!? of Mr ?% ViUK.L AO Who .1 17th iA Jo't \ l> IHI, (a b- AT ;?h I Hi* <? , Th? r.i#a> r? ot k? J m It It Mr KL'HV fcjn 01 U.M*I t.VC-l'f ?nj *r? ti*b*Uh* IttOl, DUd D -t IT h, I7?*. X. .1 <1 A roul pr?var?a > * !? bo d- Uy?, Tbi* tuinmiT* th? H?l?. t hw;|i *? bin lit*III ?ad thurt lti? r-?J, H? cl"??d hi? ?jr? ? ?i a ?t? hit Uo4. ? Th? fl-fh rr?w hrr? till Jo?u* ruaiM Aad ol?tn? tbo irruur* from lb* lo?b In ? uwr* of Mr*. (4ARVW AD.VVS. th* ?tf? of Mr S.niiW Adam*. Sao di?i Ju .? ?P 23 1777 iii tr>? to.n y?*r ot tatr Here Ho* Buried the Body Of Mr. MlCA/AH ADVMd WHO Died Jnly IS 1789. Aye 1 27 yen*. Htro ll?? Rur(*<l the B^r or Mr. UOYLSTON >VUA >13, Who Died D-n jo lat, 1701, Aged 2S years. In memory of Mr MOSE9 ADAMS, who died Out. the O.h, 1778, in tfie 48'h year of his age. In memory of W\l. H A DAVIS, ron of Mr. Mte?j?h and Mra. Allen AJki-ji. lie dl<-d Ojt 16. 1303, \ 1 year and 8 months. 8o f:\irs the lovely blooming lliwr, Frail. smiling soUoe of an hour! Siroanour transient oomfortu fly, And pleasure only bloom* to die. These ar? all the monumental records a/ the AJams t ?ml y. in the obnrch yard at C^iiacy. Yon may be (turn thiy wore perusoJ wuh no little JnterrIt by mauy of the Congressional Cnmalttoe, to whom tbey were poioted oat by Col. (J T Bigetow, ot the M*!<sanhu?eUs Senste, anil on- of the Committee of Arrangement 03 the part of the Commonwealth. Shortly atr?r one o'clock, tb > secimd special train reached the l^ainoy depot. It brought thu oomiuU'** of ?rraii;?fiacutg on the part of the State, the coiauiittee of Coiigri aj, aud the Major of Washington, 1.5 follows: ? Mr. TaUmada", Now York. Mr. CoUain<-r, Vermont. Mr. Wilson, NT. Hampshire. Mr Thurston. U IsUnd. Mr. AabmuD, Mass. Mr. Nr.well, New Jersey. Mr Hoc Swell, Conn. Mr Houston. Delaware. Mr. Mollvuine, Penn Mr Mead*, Virginia Mr. Ligon, MarvWnd. ><lr Holmes. S Carolina. Mr. Barriogisr, N Carolina. Mr. Hilllard. Alabama. Mr Lumpkin, Georgia. Mr Morse. Louisiana. Mr lirown Mississippi. Mr F-ennb, Kentucky. Mr. Edwards. Ohio. Mr. Smith, Indiana Mr Gentry, Tenness #. Mr rnelps. Missouri. Mr. Wentwcrth. Illinois. Mr Bicgiiam, Miehijan. Mr Johnson, Atk*tsis. Mr. Ktulman. Trxas Mr Cabell, Florida. Mr. Twesdy, WIsoouslnT. Mr Tbompson, Iowa. Mr. Beaton, Dm Columbia Mr. Hammons. Maine. Also, his Exoellenry Governor Drigja and Aids; his Honor Lieutenant Governor lined ; the Honorable ConcoU; the .secretary of State, Treasurer, and Adjutant General; the Hod Zeno Sculder, President of tae 3enat?, witb nearly all the uicmtars off loat branch; tbe Hon. Francis H Crowniugahleld, Speaker of iae House, with a'.out two hundred members of that hodv; Hon Jusiah Qulncy, ex-Major of Boston, aud rx-Presidsnt of Har??.d CollfGe: IUv Mr. Pi:;oe. bfcretirr to tna Board of Overseers of thu College: R-v. Mr. Bu- I >oi. ef iho .1-; u#ntOvi#r?i uj?a<.a tnj Parker, of the Navy; Captain Mturgls, of th? Revenue Service; the Ccinmou Council of Boron; all the foreign Consuls tor the port of Button; ti?o ollljors of til* Uuited Ste.tr* au<i tttato Court.'. with a hont or othor ofllc.a's, as well ?s a orowd of citistns The authorities and geatlrm;n present lo an cfllslil rapitoH j. wtm conducted to the Town Hall, which waa opened for their u?e Hera th*r? w?i delay of about half an kour, occupied by the com ml tee aad the warehuls in p^rf-e'liiK their ana-jgeuieats, and I y a Urn?aumier ol cltiarn* in making the acquaintance of different mrmhetn of the congressional d^Ugition After the lapse of t.h:s intetval, the whole roe-mb'iv n~p r.r-d lo Mr. A (Urns'* bonne, under ea ort of the military, to attend the b dy 01 the d*oe?sed to the church. There wera no oer*nH>i?u* at the mansion The profession was arreted by John L. Dimmock Esq , chief tun jha'i. in t.h? f lliwlr.g order : ? Ditiiioi 1. Kacort Aids. Chlet Marshal. J. tin L Dlmmcc!:. Aids | Citisens of Quncy. Marshal. OHjUtinitCWrtryiniin Marshal. OmmUi.ee of Airaorementa. Marshals Pall Bs*rars COKMK. Pall Bjarera Marshals Kamlly end R-l*tiv~e Marshall. Concession*l commute*of the Marshals House of K-preten .atiTtB. Ditibic.* 3 Sheriff of tbe County of Norfolk. Marshal. Governor and Suite Marshal Lieutenant Governor and Ececutive Council. Seoretary of State and Treasurer. Marshals. President ?f th? s?n?te aid Marsha's Speaker of the Hou*e of Representatives Members of the Senate. Marshals Membeis of the House ef Marshals. Representatives. Members and Past Member* < f Congress. Judges, and other Officers of the United Mates and State Courts President. and other Oflli-ere ot Harvard University. Divmow 3. Marshals. Municipal OW::er? of Qutncy. M?:?hals M?nb*r? of the Clug; of Qiioey aud rlclnity. Offl'or* of tns Army aud N *vy, and United States Cuil OIBoei* Marshall. OUijers ef the Marsaohusi'tts Marshals. Militia CorporaMin of the Cify of Biston. Marshals. Corporation of th* City of Marshals. ItoxborT ml Dtl'gatee of the several Towns in th? Kightu Congressional DUiric* Soeietus of whleh deceased was a member. Marshals. Strangers and Citiseiis gtusrally. Marsha's The solemn str ains of the dead march, and tho b^aty booming of tba minute Runs, wre the scuodl which mnouaoul the pesiage of ibe hUlMlSreclaims ct .'r Adams tbr ugh the streets he had so ofte<- travernad when In lifa, and ioto the church at whore altar he was an habitual attendant The funeral cort<g< was Urge rtry la.-ge; but Its numbers were urexouadel by ttu>ee wbo lined tbs streets, well knowing; bat they * al'l b .?< uo chanoo whatever of obtaluiu{ tntrauc?> into the church after the autnorities had paered in, aud derr u? to see the coffin. If no more, of hiu to whom tb*y bad so locg looked apcn a; a counsellor and guide. Tt e oorp?e now was borne onward 01 the same li-aree on'plojail 10 Boston, which bad been brought down for (he uo.:asi"n. but drawn by two white horses, h-ur:ly cap M lioned in h'?rV rrmrv *\n that rtuiled on tbe bi?r exurM^od, most emphatloaliy the emotions of regret and grief I'ha b id? rtach^d the church at ten mlmi c? before ibrM o'clock. An I have said. tbe whole Interior of the building *w 'Irnf?d In mourning Tba family pa* *?' oocupicd by Mr and Mrs Charles Francis A .ami their children, and I believe. Mrs John Adam*, jr. The two pews immediately behind. war* filled with uai<B. but thn ho*vy bUc* valla which tbey wora prevented their beiug r<?oo*ni.'?d except by intimate friends Tba other p?ws In tba I road aisle wera taken up by the C'oa({r?5?ioii'vl Committee, tba town authorities of (^ulncy. tlm C? jt?. nur, Conned, and Senate, * portion oi the "Houm of Representatives, and the chief magistrates of toe neighbor j Itles. The other offlsials, above tn:nti<~n*.J. louud rents In the pews on the side aisles. The g*llenes were ^ filled to overflowing with ladies, and every iueh of ( atanding room upon tbe llocr was occupied with such as wera lucky enough to get in after tba civic dig ilUries | b?d fouud their plums. In tbe pulpit were lue R v , NViiilam P Lnnt, of Quinoy, ptator of th? church and ' ITIaialiog clergyman of the day ; U?v Mr. Ilartol, of ( Boston, chaplain to tbe senate ; aud Rev. Dr. I'irrce, cf Bmokline Tba services wera commenced with tha performance of a voluntary suited to the conation; aft?r which the . f .Honing hymn waa suna by a laige obolr of about fifty ladiea and gentlemen. The tune was " Hoslln Cattle," ' aud it waa well done.? 1 Tka .U.I.. ./ KIWk tnJ mtmim , At* rhadowa, cot aubatantial thing* i Ther* u no armor agaloat fata? Death laye hi* ley band on kings ' Prinoaa and magluratee mint fall, And in tb* duet be equal mada ; ' The h'gh and mighty, with th? fm\U ? Soeptre and ?ro?rn with ncjthe and pp&ue Th? ianrel wither* on oar brow? Than boant no mora yotir mighty dead* ; Upon death'* purple altar now. Kh where the viator victim bleed* ! II head* moat com* to the oold tomb ; Only tha action* of the jo?t PrrMTft In death a rleh perfume Hm?U >wf?t, and blo**(in In the dn-.t. To thli eocoetdftl tha Trading of tLe twenfy-thlld PaaUn, faalllar doabtlfn to all; but the appoaltanaw ct wktab to tb? iiimIh, aon*4daring tb* ibmotw of tha ' 1 ' " 'I "" ' ' 1 ? > RK H JRNINCr MARCH 14, 184 individual whiee ob?qu'e* were in pro^rrM, may well rx<-u*e. tf <-xci);o Im n-o???ary, it* qnotniion:? " The l.orj t? inv *beph.-rd ; 1 (hall not want. " H> PnHeth n.? to iie iliwi ia gr?en paeturts : be lendeth ui< h??id# the etill wutem H* trotorrtb m? n u! : he UaJ?th in- in the pathi af muee* f i hi* nunr'* felt*.

" Yf?. thrush I rnk through tb? r?ll?y of the ?aadr.w ut de?tn. i will frar do ?vil; for thou art with ma ; ity rod Bad ihy n al 1 they coaifjrt me - I h ju prf ii?r<s? a (bhin before inn to the presence of nloM?D-'mi>'F: thou anointcst toy head with oil; my cup I ll"0?th OTrr. " <i r?l? i;< odo??? and nieroy nhull follow me all the day* f n y !>?? : nod 1 w ll dwell lu the house of the Lord foi??fr " l'h?o onme awr"y*r, ?*ry lonfc bnt rot very eloquent ?r ifTnto*. T"ia ii)? I'm.or; upoa the conclusion of wuirh 'in* if Mr A iAiue' owu hymus WM euog 1c is ia thi-se wordr: ? Lrr 1 of ?M world*, let aad prates o thre fur<-ver till m? ?oul; Wltti bU uii g* ihou be t crowo?d my dayi,? Mv h' rt. my hend, iny hand ooutrol. O '"f iiota'n pr~ai>uip'..ti>D* rise, N > mpiou* uiuriutir ia tuy heart, Ti' cr .* th? boon tl y will aentee, Of rtuink fioiu ill iuy bauds impart. Thv child am I. anil not an hour, I'.rvolrio4 to thwrlja?boT?", Bu' brln***om? token of thy pow*r, IIa* hriuiie ?oni? tok *u of thy l?V >. Aid rh*ll this bo?o d?r? l'? piu?, In darkoe-a dare d?ny the dawn, O- fpurn thn rrature* of the uiio". C loaufd on" diamond ia withdrawn ! Tl>* fool dvnire.the fool alone. Thy b?1t>g. Lord and bonndless might? D'ntri tbe flrinaraeut. thjthron?j D-nies thenun** meridian lt?ht; D't>ie? th? fnnh'on oi his frame. The voire be hears, the breath he draw;; O. l iiot athe ?t! to proBlaiut Ktf-etr uniuimbT'd without eaute ? * and ir.ind, tnynterlous one, Are man's for threescore years aud ten. Where. ere tbe threid of life was spun ? ''V.iere, when reduced to dint again ? AM ??eing tiod, ttao doubt suppress; Th?doubt ihnu only om?t relieve; My 'oil thy SiTiour S 11 shall bleei, Kly to tby go>pel. and believe. The preaiher ih?n rose to deliver hi* discourse, and ?Uc* 'i '.iit ! 1? rrx\ the loth ver,?e of tlie eeooud obapter of Il-yrKtim:* " ' ll? rjmn f.tthrul uato death, gud I wi'l give thee a ctowo of life " Commencing with sim* general rumirks npon the ne oeMtty of continual watchfulness and faittifuinrra. Id order to the aitaicinmt of th* reward promised lu the to*t, is'.t Luwt proceeded briefly to state the m?ny virtues i.nu const* it vi>;i!auco of our departed friend, wii'ch surely, if it ffi-re permitted ui to j'Jd<e, entitle J hi a to ttie crown. lie then entered on (be l>lourbphical part of the disronrss, giving the names of Mr Adi.m. i ancestor* which your readers will fl.id in i.he itiftoripcions irem t'ue tombstones, ropied nboTo The Ut'ly u:.:?ins?d patriot wm the fifth in desoent from Henry Adams, the tirst of the family that emiftr?t<d from ? )ilr.ttd He was born on tbe lltb of July, 1767, i,ud leo ir^d the name of John Quinoy in honor ol hid material rr&ndfathrr, then near his end, who had been a very em 1; *ct nan in tbe province. Kvery body bns been made familiar, through the bio mdrutsin .Mr. Avlf>in*?n career, an? th? LTri part of the oratiur, whioh was devoted to thblr r^cupituliciou, way be passed over. Mr. Auurcs ws? next set forth an a u??n cf IsamioR, a mail of notion. a philosopher, a practical man, a itareaw?a. p. patiiot .an J, above ail, u f'brlstlrm. A steadfast tn<l demoted observer of tba ordiuaa"f? of religion he ul??va tni while i'r??id-nt of tn? United Htates. in Ibid, ho entered into communion with tba present oUuroti, nnd continued in fellowship with the society until his (ieeth Til# oi'>?a of thfl d'^oourss wss a very fine apostrophe to tbe ecuimittee of Coa*rrSf, giving u brilliant sketch of the chtngea iu ou. conn'.ry, the nation's spread and groath, whioh It was permitted to tb? departed patriot aid eutfd to witness; und setting forth emotions whioh the leoti associations of the spot wheru this orovr.l was gathered to pty the las', tribute ti illustrious wtsjom and gerji js, were calculated to Inspire But, after all. ihs chief lessen was a religious one From the estmpla of tho deceased |>ttriar>*u, from the iaflaenoes rf tit's olomn occasion, if. should be the resolution aad aim of every o#n to be ' ftilhful unto d>atb," that avery one itay attain to'- the orown of life." Portio's cf this oiation were exceedingly eloquent, nod tha vbele was ro'ioeived in excellent taste ic is r. Wi>Ter. the particular request ot tho ?l->rltytaau1 r.nd ef <>! cotioornti in t;i? oereinonles, that uo r?Dort or -bstr t of it b'j #lv?-a ia anticipation of the official puhnral .n, after it ahall have undergone revision^ with consequent ou tha haste in whioh ICitm pre- I ?' >d " \ il hk it la a eclo'v rath >r than a SDoaca. It is thr'more proper to comply with thin d?*elre Afinwi/1 anthem was naxt p?rr<">na?J br th? olioir, mi tli# n i'he ho'Jv w;? borni (o Its final p'eoeof rest, bttended by nil ihs authorities The oclflu brought from Wnsblng 01 * < enclosed in another, ?d<I then oe[jOMffrl in vlr Adstm's orn tomh; the relatives of the Wt"nan'1 ho-1 fcisfituUv briag afforded an opportunity to take a Inst fmr-irll Tae whole procession, ami ! 4vut irowd of cll'i: ns p?ssel u >nov<-:sd before tile i tomb minute Run* h-1r.flred m auwMIs Thus closed ib? flcal eceni of the obsequies In whiob tbt na'.to i has b ??n ? fhus h*s gon? to bis rssi j oi<m o! tbe mighty on the earth Peaoe to bl? *shes ! i The proo???ion was escorted from the burial ground I t the depot, by all three of the military sowpviie* la ] itt?ud?n ie. i.U'l noavryed to the city in nm'her special train. Yours, T. Affairs In SuUiti America. Mom eupko, Dm 34, 1847 Again I trouble you with a law lires Iroin this duk and deeply op. r?ss<d part of I tie world, koowlug that I you teel deep interest ia ail sorts an 1 conditloos of man; 1 and in particular w.ll your tear of pi'y tail, when you see a naturally noble rare of art), trodden (from childhood to old age) unde: foot by h Uw military nod religious despots 1 wrote a' the tlu>e,of tbelow arid contemptible oourse, of his lordfbip, IlDW len, bis withdrawal from the interrei ilon on tbe pait of England, ordering the blookade or the Oriental una Bu-noa Ayr?an pons 10 ue raisaa, which was Immediately d ue. leaving the French government alone to B?ttle the question. Tbry for ? few dsys were striot; but (lrv.tiag f.kat Montevideo must ba supported tbey barn permitted amall ves.ifla to ran from tbls to Buei o< Ayres ?nd b*ok. keeping out large vessel* from s-? Upon this s'ate of things, Rmm lrsu*d decree, tbit afi-r thu'JOtb of tola mui th, aa France could not blockade bis porta, he th<uld clone ihem There upon, tbs? Ffruoh. in bopee of bis ohatgl g b'a mind, have permitted many large t<ui la to go In aud diroharge ?od load; but the; are c&reful hat none carry the union jack. v hether Rosas will or will pot yield, (a not known yet; fcutsoine writ# frorn Bnenrs Ayres That he haa extended the time for twm'y days. There bare h?en raanj ffars thet France would take tbe en una of England, and !e?ve the city to the mercy of Orib>; but laet work convinced all that she was true. Oribe baa for noma time been concentrating be tro^pi, and it wa? thoaght for an attack; upon which the French Admiral pUaed J.i th" town all bis nurln** and sailors, ai h ; welve thirty-two pound cannon. InnJni shot powder and shell, and bad the lines niarin?d with his r.fficert ani turn; at the raise tlmn sea Irg oft ha Kngilsh Commodore, In the name of the Kingnf Franc*. all thu naslaUnce he oonld render; whlcli With a a^ur face, was greeted From all we c:ia learn. the Kngileli government htve dhapproved of th? course taken : y I-orl Howd"D, ard will continue the lnt?rv. niion Or b* hta cu'sHe of the town fourteen thousand m-n.while tnia gnvrraiueot ha* French bniqtios (volunteers), one th u?.io1 l'aliaa?,oo? housind negroes, three hundred white Oil'-n'.a s. not far fioiu four hundred; uiiMu-: in ail, two thousand and I seven hundred Mere is republicanism with a T?a;?aLfj ' <Jtn?r?l Itlvera is la di'grace; has b?ea bauirh?d whh a pension cf eighteen thousand do'.U-a per ysar. Ob* cfhls cffencee was fir Interneptirg a lovi nwnt u?? 1 - , 1 T hi 1 BpitkCH, PWIH, IfJ a JVUIIK UlUUTi W W U- l OJ.*.:,.. . K -X . officer calif J upou Uirrraat the l?li> of (ioritv, to inquire i where Sylrera was, wbm Ili*era wl'bed to know bis hnsinees. Hi tcld bio. and Hirera demand* t tfc? dc- | pa:ob; l'e wnuM not Rire 1: up.ard lliv-ra ordered hliu j >o b? shot. wliicb oi'dnr whs Immediately exe-uted; and finding that bis gOTernment was dl*p'ea"d, ha went lato treaty with tha enemy, but w?? d?<? nted Itovn 11p.* commenced a war ageinet f'orlente*. and hue subdued it; and It in thought. bo wi.l maron uprn i'?r?jo?y. which if he does, Br*?il m?y tremble. as he will thru have a free passage Into that eouutr?; nod ob^o he once gets a fcot bcH. if Kurop'an powers will re main quiet, he will noon oreittirow the empire The Ame-icnu brig of war Perry, ('aptain Tllton, li here. She, with her officers,ari na honor to th* lotted States Amerloan flour, butter, bams, and brooms are plenty >nd low Freights are oorolng <?.t>wn fas', and stould llisa* enfoice hia deoree, none can ba got a- any oriee P. S The porn of Uuenoi Ayres ere closed b* Ko-ai 3o my letters from Ultra state O O. Brcsot Aral), Dee 14,1817. The communication between this place and tbe United States Is so irregular that it la impossible to keep np my thing like systematic ecrregp ndence; so that yon Must be content with an occasional notice, oomlng like iDgrla' visits, ' few and far between." ri.Tirnwrnm?ntkii midalsmt tudl?l0us S?lfCtiOn ( aid STlncfd mora intareat In its ocxameroikl ralationa rlth the I? Pi*te than baa b?en ahown for yeara. by lb* kppointmant *f Mr Otorxa J Falrfleld. of Malna, a#;U. J eooaul for tbla port. Tbli n?ntl*m?n ii 10 thoroughly icqualntad with South Ameiioan affalra and eoumarslal operation*, and corablnea an many of thoaa qutliil>a pblchabould diatinguiah a couiul of tba L'uitf l Staf?a. hat I l#*l ootfltrnt tbat hia appell>lni?nt will proveea tan'rally aatUfaetory at home aa 1C la popular here. 1'tiata are do indafleioenta of a pecuniary oature to Inluetic* any cue to aeek the <>flto at tb!a tim? owing to . >, c'.l r-a'; li'loia is) 11?7 ?' -e i" tiUek- i : Ja of Cn^Urd and Kmn;*; aud ? !i?a tte i ltv r reachid bare of the probable appointment of Mr Katrflald, I oaay faara war* aipraaaid that be might deolln* IU I u ,ii i i y ..ir I era: 18. rAffptMie* Ir.fl>i?n''?d. howoyir, ?>l?lv ^y p?tr'oMn motive*. and com mouh.imm ?h?t It prrRCiiUd ? fl ?' I (it unefulneM to hi* eouotry nod O'liintrycii-O, bw hir oh '*r fully in?d? th? ??orlfln? of m?ny p?r*<n?l latt>r>?'< tad r>? innn/ia/l * l>? mm l>K?a ft/ lh? A rtmrinun rlfiv >n? r . riding here. I wi?h I could give j">u ( ' in* Information rel tlva to the la'slng the hlnnkada, but there ate no a?rui>foui? by whic h even a Vanka* could guess at it i b embargo uioQ the port is v?ry iu?W lient, both the fcn?ll?h and French allowing auch veasMa <o put as tbny tbiuk pri per, pirticulariy if there la likely to prove ai y advantage to .Montevideo by tbe pr<vliege The qu'atiou ia ?*k- 1 * thcuxmd mid a thousand time*. how long will tb* Uottvd S atei goy?i om-nt suffer an Important p%rt of ttifir cemtu-roe to fw< tnu< broken up, witb'>?t any ? ' anf?g> to the h'ifik*4ii g pnw?rs and without evm a r?tioi hi imH.e fir ita oomiouanee ? a bltokade p?r'Ul tn ita operation, and oontiat y to the spirit of all liit-raa tiooal law; end ?h ch. ahil- I' h*rras*es the noratrer. a ?f otN'r oatior.a, prove* n > b?r,? ||-, tn tur b siegers ? I hope tb? glory whlab baa b"en ^rn'jtred in vl-t'fl i wi'l not so far d>-zsla the vsion of th* o b or at \V*?h't g ton hb to pr*vant tha national telescope taking a wtd- r raowe sou'hward, and riubrioing within l a e.inp* tti.i iut-res's of r ur merchant* la this seotlon ef the world D-o 'id I8;7 ?Tli'a la 'ha l*?; a ay allowed by trt? Koeeminent f ir Irnu irtHtinn aed ejp r ?ti m of p-o iu?? A further extension has been applied t r by in* bitcban'S, hut It l< extremely don >ttat if tf will b ?r*nted G neral LItq >is>, n?unDaniii"g the K< d*rtl annr In Eutrerios. pein-lr?te<l Into < ori?nt*a and Uef-at-d (len L'ip'S Viaeo?rill?) and the <*ov?rnor, vt.drinf* killing 700 1U00 u. i-o.iera and all thn artl 1 T , ? k ware taken tv-ii the cotcbna of the generals wera taken, aad valuable correspondence form t li? ' ifo. It ia generally considered as a death blur to tba Uui.aiUn :>i.ity. Buenos Aran, Jan H IS 14 Thla port ia now entirely cloned Home two motitha go, Governor Rosas issued a decree faying that all v?aaela leaving here after ? oertain time, would be required to give bonds not to go to Montevideo, and ttmt none should rntrr here from there. Tile time wna ext. jded< in compliance with a petition of merchants, to the lit last. It is cow in force, and tbe French so euforoe their blockade us to prerer.t vessels from Bra (which b?v* Lut paid dutlffl in Montevideo) from enterl.ig Tbiu, all trade Is cut off; but there are still some vessel* at Knsf nado, a port 30 miles below, taking In can;o. We cannot tell what day or hour the Krench will send a vesrel tablookid? tbst port also. I; is now very expensive, and souiewhit dangerous. sending proluoe from here there. Trices will not justify tbe hex ud of ruuniuj t-ie blockade, even by those who have Okpiial. No kind of regular business can be doue h?re with f'e United States,until matters are arranged with the Krench, or uutll tbey are driven cut of tbe river. I consider their present acts as piratical. > A vessel from the United States, with lumber, was flr- d Into by tLem. and turued back night before lut' Produce lias declined but little since the 1st Inst. Hair is worth about 13 cents, and hides from 4}? to 6 cent* The HrratU states that the new consul to Buenos Ayr** was from Alabama. Why. that gentleman (Manford) declined long ago, and Mr George 1 K?irti*iU has b?en appointed. Mr KairQell is a brother of the Senator c f ihatname from Maine. He has lived heteiome 10 or 17 years, h?s an eitanria (gi?r.ia>t farm) some flhy leagues from Buenos Ayrrs, where lie lives. He is now >n the city for medical aid * ? # * ? Kairtteld was active)./ engwd hero la rattling thi Tiiorndike estate. Mr. V, fts you are a?ar< 5npe^?eded Mr. Ortibam, who?manpoiatedtothia p ?. tome Uam years ago. IIis comnii.i^ltiu waseeut to 'ji? g'jv*rnm*nt about the middle of l)i-neo,b.T last; bat as yet, tbe Buenos Ayrr* government have not glr-u lii ni au ^xeijuator, ami consequently Mr Urat sin bti still ebar^o of tbe United States consulate. The government here dislike t.he appointment tor various reasons: ono. hi* hiving <.n rttancia no far from the city, or nun at all in the country A consul ia considered by tin Uaiunhas us a very great pt'rso aud might give trouble, or take airs upon hi .riself and get the novemment into trouble Our chug*, Mr. Harris, is well, and aa you will ice by th<? papers, his dene hltiiitlf reueU credit by h!a course In relation to tbd Kngliau aud French intervention AMERICANO. Transatlantic .Man Arrangements 90 Katon Square, I^okdoh, Jan. 11. 1449 My LoHo-The interview to which yuar lordabtp invited ran on Monday lust, did not prupwr* 1111 lor the abrupt termination ot our direct uexotlitiosi, ha anuaunj?d to in? ia your note which 1 received late lant uiebt and in which y>>ur lordship reluuea th* piiuoipie ot renlprooity sit the bwtl* of a post.il conreulion with thu Uniled Stales. You ueoline the proposition that loiter a sent frota ene coantry should be tr<-ati>d upon their a: rlr.il la the other, upoa precisely th - sw:ne tarroa as the iniend letters on Ito ^lutaining your own pre-ent high r*tfs of postage on transit letters taten across the chacn'1: that i< to say. you deollna a pos al arraog'tneat aith the United States, ual-ss whrra British poat.ge i< low you 'any rrtlaa it on Auisriom eorreeoonrt^ncn and < h 're Itric.tr:t postage i? very high you may retain it aa it is; and you further claim that Uri'luh correspondence shall be o.ir rii-d ficm Boston to JeffiTFoa City or Astoria, from cne eni of a continent to the other, at ths same ratta as peophd regions of Great Britain rind Ireland T.H? creates surprise. mire am I surprised at jour lordship's assgnlng aa a reason for yi ur refusal to ag'eu to Mr Johns, n'a proportion, that by needing to It uotbiag woull ba given for the advantaic- of th? coma?rolal world Now in point of fact, Mr Johnson'* i-rtpieltioa, ss conveyed by inn to jour lordship,doubled the i pportunities of correspondence, and reduces the ra'fl 01 postage twetty per cent. or tifii thirty uirt?e kni) oo*-thlrd per ornt At ihe sam* ttm* it offers no losur mountabla obitacU to the system of Optional [>re-r?yment I *ill add that rjy desire to promote the comfort and Interest of tb-* o moiercM world, and thn iub.lo of the > wi countries. in tbe l*a<iiD^ not to asy the eoi? ni'Cue of ray urging this negotiation to aa immediate aenl* raent i he iof<T'Jt of .h? American pose c fflja r?T?au* I r?nard as aobordinat*. You al ud? 10 th? fact that Grealt D italn waa the Sr t to ea ablish regular peck-ta, aa though that sir cumstaoo* enould ;iv? Gcat Urit itn an adrantarfe in the i:?>;otiation 1 ne hritl?h packet service h*tw?eu America and Great Rriiai'i ia aa ont aa thn importance nl'B.iilsi Aicerioen C< Inniea It K?ce far baa* luio th? last centnry, un I perh'P' f<r her, an i ua-d to he a Tory hfHTy bar.hen on the Briti-h trrasury Afrwye.rs agny.u improved the s?r?ice and <*?friiye4 thn nip^n nea (f it, one t.f the U-?if? I Slit 4' owreppnt)Jetoe, of which tha United !>t?t?e permitted you to bo she role carriers We now intend to be joint carriers. By tb" cu-tom of natlous which forma iatertiatiaoal law, oy the mubiclpa! law of E:>gl .nd, and of th? Uuited S at'a ami by the eonati'utiun i t the Uoited H a'ea. the postal parT'ch is function,of.n >?ernm*nt. B-tween independent nail >ua It can have no fouodatloa but reciprocity You are quit* right a* to tuy fleaa when you ri-f*r to my desire 10 estab i?b a reduced and uniform rateoi pi at age between America ami Orrat Britain, auuoled you will keep ia mml, wi'h such a induction of tb^ irausit rn ea i f ptwtaga aa abnuid maka England the channel rf commun*c tttOB with the European continent Krom Boston to St Johus from New York to the Cana diaa lin?, I* a* far a* from poiubampton to 0?tend, or ftMn LlWflll to H??r? or B\>ul< ga?. I fincii,i??oriid wi1 h all tii? r?rn*stu-" In my pow<-r, to prrattadeyou to I maka fcngland th* mtdium of e >ramuuio?tioi b<- i tw?an Arurrlcn and ih* Kuropean Contlnaut 1 pointed out to juu a double adrantitga to lireut BciUm from adopting rush a count:? 1. T? htigliih Tr idt?ffit If F.njlani ! tha rfRUhr char.nd through which American oorrnipondur.a# with h* ConMnrni ptaara, wo ? or It, an l c ^nrq'iontiy luore of Awn lean coinmfrcf, will r?m?in In KoaUcd, tu l 9i i'i Ikt Brittth I'uit Offl - i n m Fur i1 i? pl^n that to ahara In enrrjio : tu?ocrr??pOBd?noaof Am-rio* >o tli? Kuropi-aa Ccntlufut wouid lv;aly Inare&ao tiixt (( hbo. Tk*r? ar^umant*. un 1 tfca pmponi'ion fnnoilad en them, on tuf pat, cf a redoiad and uniform tax cf poilagn yu r.j?;'?d- I abaidoii, ilwt r', ai I told you <i? Mi Lday, all ai:?u)|'i* to l?duoa you to raduei your triaalt rtSaa, and I l??ra tlx a'ibj-i t to your owj laait and your wa ?'<-? of your owu luUr^tt In Ilka mann*r I Invit* you t i l?a?a tha Ainrtintn gov?rnm-nt to tlx tti o*a Inland rat*'', aseordtng to tan nature of its wid'ly axtandad, thinly paoplad country, wi'.u It* rood*, urw, nr uotiomn'd. or prijjuira, aud vjoiatiaira *11 but impatMhl* , with it* ulaod mii, whirh ar?? ?r?i 'ira^a i wldrr than the Britiib eh?nu?l; with Ita rivara. which j i:ri? ni-il tcu'?a and win-h. fritn aipr-n to ui'iuth ara loi)(*r than th* diatanra from Liv*rpooi to U a:?n. Wa t a*a fl*?4 tboaa inland rat. on H'?*iai tarma, and tra now prriaiirg tor?>lo>a tln.n !-? t lbs radnation > Utt to th?Juuirni*ttt am libar"1'!* ?f tb? \tsarloan p?oj<lr. U j yuu, ?>!?o. cu ynr n??' your owu island raw, a. cording to th" *y?tr-n whiih parfvat ro??J? ; n t a lli&r?d unl 1" y-' 'y j sopiad urrltory inrilnayruto ?i'.*biUA T.> t>.? |o?*?l coottiiun!'*- ?"u Kt.glin.1 and Anj'tloa tb?ra r.rr thr?a f. *. tin lit' 4 Brlllab ??r?io?. tba ioland Aniaroac irilei aod in* I'turfl I'll' roiea on tha ??a ta l .*uucii y tua nam* I >r bull p .iii'#, tba r?ap?oiit* 1. .l1 a?i?.w?la wldaiy difiarant. I r?p*at to yi ur t.n lah'.a th'a offat :-I.at (irrftt briiaia raUb..ah na u?n lulaal rata* Mil trat.Mi ratra (? 11 will in'tkuv :ti? lama or ojrrrt. poDil*o<*.a Ij Mror Amxi'ti L*t Ara?tri ?i ??.ab .*b oun UUuil r?i<? kui lr?o?lt r?t-? ?? It wl'l, waking lh?ra ti? mm* f i pr.rr??p ul?aea by Am*r.i an or HriU.?ti pvketa I. <1 lh?ra b* i o? anlf rra rata of Miru pau<a, rr any ruin y?a a?j pr?'>f nit rourh cioaadtrj m? pcaoa, *itii o,.icn cf prepay* I nrat. At yea name ?ha < itM?*ti*rof th? Ci8b?qi?r la jomr n'U, tn> goo.i enough t? aaquaiftt him wllb ttiti <ay r?>'.y whicn I Intend itdgtti. Th?ra I* qe caad of raerring tbia auKjaet baek In W the l'nlu<t rtt*t?a ? I .My po??ra are full, ao 1 It you p'.eiaa I aba my??i; ba rU4 to reeelen and to oontidet jt or rapir I retaala, ny Lorj. nry r***MU?lly, Tour hn?W? rrttxil, UtORur. BAN. RO?T The i.arqu'i of Clanrtearde [Caarter t F.*i ?irrr, 3t?r<k U Wall Ktilnrrt. rb? Norih*rn mall ia Ui ; < arrollu>?, - K?k i'l h Pit ?bui(h Mareb *lk. " K.art?m * " Vobiia, at u Notthain, (parity) ( lurutu* ?>, ,* * and 8 Tba Philadelphia N-rtS Jmtrif*, of iba llih U Itfcl't, ??! Ui Pilot Li.** Mill, 4n< buili?a Nt? Utlt cp the 14.b U.t . a/.t.vl leraeafa ??4 eouuj yealerday aaj looked raunrkably freab aflw It* t rotraaWd jo**??y IMMXm'XM.flfc?t-- -? V?? ' "* L D. [TtHtr S?.* s i' -? Th? Ocpurtur* of *Tr ' Iny?llli Arrival In Jer?ey Clay, t>nil HI* llwe|?tl?>i? at. Hfwiirli. Aoccrdiim to afrin iBirf u>. Vlr. C'( if took hid depar tire fron >5ila city at p'ni o'oloik ymterd-y m'rolnj. AUn?inl;hogr, n la-.?? number of per?on? w^ra ?*; at the ferry dock, foot of L! ??rty ftreet, to I UK. . Im> l?- k at the T.B.r.M? P-<vt?.-a.n a. h* p???d. ] !'h* pi >r? Hd)?i?nt were orowdetl, aa al?o tin obsdi ?t| t.nohv t to th? fori y houie At half p?e', ?1. i,t o'uloek. there wn i cotlftl1 ?loo id th" i?tr??r. end w!,tl" t'i?? police v*.<rn ixVtrely enIn *?<*pina H?e^ t he omwil. ? o?rrl 11? (1 rr>?e op, 4a Moll vr '"l*y hi* H in>>r the M?yor, A! I'rirna L'Wrrii'V ItJ st?v n> ?T ( I"?'nl The w re throwu op*ii, tad lli" e* ii*n? ur.n dri?m upon t'.ie b-'d >?, *h?n Mr <JI?y aliub: d A* ? n ? he r p-.)??r?d from the p?rrU?t- rf-npi?i eh ut r-n^ ii|>on toe *?r, end thron tltn*? thr?e rheere wt-re |l??n Mr r|?y w-> th?n ru'hM up'o bTth* ?r -f<l. *rd It ?n ?uh <1 i IT1 -I'l' j D' p nil ?r. ro< rn to e-nt rh? ? ry i imh?r of p- < < >.j?. r > ? 'I <"i t>e ehe'te ehoui d %- d j t ni>. <l m n i; b th wt it w*? tho i<Ht * one time M e? ? <t <! r'li'r !y t>rr*k d > " < ad g-iir. 'el prv ?? r. I?< d orf tho ebi?d? Ibrv ** ' e< r ' i il *f| " I'h n?ll I ?e nf d .r*er. th r;o?d ?t| 1 >> r^'e'-d, *h?ii n o -i hi ir i n - >?? li??rd n*'d ?g?tu th" iiy of the ?l n ? o mix* dow t. *?t on of t.h - w ?y " \ir ?.|-y M.?n Imr iliM'l to ? r?r?l rt t.'lP (I'mmlt'ee'r.iin N w? k. who w?ns <1 - -t , t-d hf??h'te e.'In nhb n he<i.e A't?r?n- ?r?l ?ln?mf th?h?' ), vlr I'!-y et>Pi>ed ? n<lo Intoth- < ? rl?>?', ?o l, the cb^icj 1 (S. h-Miv* ItiMMil ffii rakttn r* tiiiaf I ih-4 t?rrv ' in ?t i Tbr?? ?o*ii.rom eh??r* ih??> tjiv.-r* by ifcoee on boi?, ililiD hwf rff h- .?lo< oo her boir Um i?-? end ?'rlp?? 't Aa>e?te*n l<h*rfy arrival Al CIlY Whett lh? ho?' n> ?r*d th? hri I r? on ibe J x*ey CI ty ?ld? ?n l*ninenr? t?i?h-ii to ibw RU#? wbtehwia ?. cnrnl mi'l ui"P< th? hi uUr ? ?? .1 hunjjrl turtle#, who w?i? unf. 'un?t?lj tm.hi* to prru'ti ? wiodow OT rth?r p'ftce <> ?? i Mr t.Uy All thing* r?-?dy noil th? t'^?t ui?1? , ?t, Mr 4 Uy iiueogdnaied to it" J?pot butlii ii -, up n t ve pUi* t of which wrrtt three or lour hundfd lull* ' who, m h? moerd to; w?M? io? hou^r, wjtc<1 <t w?!" iia? V U their heiidker chi?r? It ?m lo'lruft'e 2 I hat Mr < Uy wouHgn on thn pi.ix**, ?V?r? t!.e Ual>e *?tt, nnd .uli' d'?w ly t ru.-h w.it am 1? t.ir th>? ?t?irwey, * *??? w?? w. I| nu-nlrd by ? n<n? of thn | < lie- of till* ci'y. ??d who rrprll<*d th' rio?d un'll Mr i '?y ?n<j tb? is ramlttro ?h> uld |tr?t pan* up O.i entering the pnt?, ?l? y * wi'i? t urn 11 ii pea b:it^ *T> 1 lb" fiir crowd >!?uwd r^u I hlru, "Willi* Uo we? yet ?f*r i ff, ibey tun to meet hjui nr. J fell upou Lis Ufck, fid ki?j>d bltu." ^ Mr </ M?i|iia?il bltnvlf, aa !? ?t Ue cmld it ot;e corner, ?rd the UJii r?g'T moh to cUUtltp III" Other, Pku. lit biia by i he band, m >1 <Uh . midr Up* au>l pr?tty auiil's, bii biiu ?'Imioii. *:. ! oulrt not l?t iiiiu fo until tu? word w?* niri-ii tr?t tb? train w?? r?* Jy to lenre. lie then iie#ci-nJfd t-> thr lo*?r room, ?buu tUi?'? more hi-Htty ci??ri ??r? niven, and paft .iox < ut, took a seat to the rear o?r. T* * t ry of " ?U r?adj" we* k'tTen by tbe gentl?man!y mid ti ;t e conductor, Mr. .Smith, vha w*e uur?-0iit'iu|j b Mi nt' -at'one; and alter * '.uwl fr.nn the wi.ip'lf of .b? loe m-<tire, tbe tiftln uiorrd off 'i hr?>e more ru?ers rui'Sf ? '? t * ulr, ftt<l r? t?llb wlnp* the trim ep?J toaa n \.-w?rk m?t o"wi ' :u ri< PU i f- n~ ^ir, tbouean's of pen ce c nlil . n-in enr moled Aft* depot, wlirre the tr%in tcu! I 'irp. ?" ' u th? cira p -d, i\ deef-r.lnj IjiiuaU ? nt ui, h*t t)>?- Ti -ir of a cu> ncn fell U|>rn tlie ?'ir. T/?? ir?in t>?ii < fully et pcfc-1, t1i9ll;i>U*?lld* IMri.it) <1 rtl i ! . ' . > ? -. . a'. .Y.,rn t'??? oth?r to ff't ?. tin r.l'tnp 8 <?f I t ni ?a w. "*ar*d upon ?Ua ? cat jtbrrrhiotw .-It?r? A I urge building w ! n? l?? jur n cf .? ? ?J-i? t. ?nd which contain?J jt? relbtnti Im . w q?Joi , tilled witiHedi * ?L'V rrury oi t> tr? iiV je to * him, wftvrd tbr'r hMdfc?rcl..i ( * :i.! t * ?. -r v, co'" ?d A barvuch*, dihwt ly tlx ?' 7 1> " *. * * wnillDR,la whioh Mr ? Sy wji with i.im of tbt> comiiiittcrr f ISVw iu and Norf V<ck. XIIK PilCi'tH-io! The linn cf rro5-i"">n *n f> m-1 byt'i iialnd K?utl*raer? on li'irMbaok nlt?r ?!inni followed tg o; -a C r-rrietie. In wb'ch WMI the b;*M b?t>d, ?bc> \ di?ooura?cl b*auttfai is'm'j 't'lin oi?m*ge Qorit?lninj( Mr. l'l?y followed r>rx.; after which wirn c*rii?|j?e eontaltilu* tie? tm:i'n conoeii of NdWHrk. au'4 n nuii)H?t of tb? ineinber* ?,f th Coiovioo Council nt thli rity follow I byabmi' rn? hundred prints eerrlftg**, And m c* lb?n trrnir-Qie tbouMiid perron* nrj foot. The line tbtm tnnr -d up rVntre ?'rert. nnJ *rnup t Military I'urk to Bi'uJ effort, th*oc? to t'>? l'erit Hon* t, which ti ivh ii tewchfd, if" ' hi-i JU-I'ol. run.*, lorm?rd the h<>rn-ai?n iiito file", ti.r.'i;;li w. Icb U.*(trri?(f 8 permit up to t^ dorri f itu i.j Aluii?( ibe whole llae c.f th? pr e?? ty tuieon" win-low, una mc p. wrr* u.. a w n .ui?" tnj, >71111 l y, In ja?lioo t . tlikt ty. u cn-rt. It* b'tailiul, ? >4 ,:<a w.v J ?.f *o > 4N 1 th? ?Id roan vith a welnoiai :tailr,?ni! him. 1 h?y clut>?t :.rouud, In woman'? tru? d-?o Kn *ud ?lf-"tun fh? was moot b??ut'fui ?n<1 t!i? <>y f?r out?*rlpu :h?t If Ma?r? a f.a* >W?ty of ?ott ? ' aka bu < u:n\t*r abundance ef m:iB hijrW i"\t i'?U,?n<J loreiy laJI.-s. tits mcsrrrr.M Mr CliyaliRbtad and vm oouJurtal t:> the .mrtieo by AMftuiADj Franklin. when b ? Hon r, Mr Vaimerpool, Mayer of Newark, win walt:i?: to blm I b? duty had bean axl^nri Alrtrrraun Frtek'ln tn d* 11 tr o??r to tl>a Mayor au<i Coniluoii *, mini cf that city, th* prraon of Mr Clay; la th? pi*rforni*ora of whlaa iluty, bn sal J: ' Mr .viayor and gK'iilaiaan, It I* with il|MMMttMM of pl'MHuri" aii i of pain that wa reMCu Into your band* tna <1 i?t nKHl?li?i Iu'IItMail. who. iiuiing tbn Nat ?ix da ji?, has b??n the wlorwa *u?at of t.h? olty of N?w Y?rK. Pl-a??d, w? ??ita'nlf ar? that an opportunity ha* b??n * (Tarda 1 to lh? p*o;>W of ibis prcap* nuseity to ?rj y ilia pl?ajur* wtitih w ha?? !pnUn ed.la mtn<mi< with one cf the rco?t Ulu-tMom ^etmnjan of our enootry;'u'?r. tb? >ani? rlto*. * art ptlurdin tlia r> tl-oHon th?t ihatima ba* do? nearly ?rrl??d. wh?n w? a'* to bid adi*u, p?rhapa f>r???r, to oti* wtii>?.? ?l?it will form a hrlRb* ara la tba hl?tory of our Dtps, a> d whiob will alwaya h? r<-m?rah?red wl'.h fr"\\n*n of p-< u Ur Rr*tifluulun aD'l planaura. M??? n fare h? H h?pp'i>n l tb*t a prl??'? mdi?liual. who h*? oacupla<j ?o many <Jiitlniui?n-d po?itlni># in political lit?, and p***?d turoujh 49 ua.iy ao-n*? calculated fn ?min? the <*-liu^? of p>riy arid ' Mini o action the ??ll pa??lona rf cur nature baa l>??"0 reoet??d with rojre ??'ni in I beartM' wl-mmm, than he run whom * I trvniwthout to rantra'?, fur ynun? and ""1 < nponent* *r,d fr'rnd* m*i- fttid female, a.id all ela*M>? f nnr population fia?e y|?d wish e*nb otli-r to d >la( hector toour dlt'lDguttbed ;?art: demonstrating tb? f?ot, h?t in Hei ry Clay th?y rMO#atg?*od aoKnowl* dt* 1 th-unoompr rolling o^'iopon of the r'jht* - f man; \ the hold drf?fd?t of th?lr country In th- hour of d?n I .;?r; the faithful ??ntluel upon the walls of cur prlitioal lnsiltml'n1, In (horf, a man of wboro America may well I '-elpr'Od; tor tn heh<'Ur'f her proaperi'.y ha ha* rmj-)l?'<d, and In th# day of bar adeerdty be ha? mingled nl? te?r? with tho<? w o hare wept oter th? dung-re to which ?he hm b-en ?*ipo?ed E/en the *triln< if rru l<* ?nd t he o^arm*'.f poetry huTe b-en ex-rted In hi* | bebtlf, wblla (ba bearta of th? blind hate been nmde to r. j dca In liitrniog to (he eloqneooe of bit to ce, addi?Mnd t > tbrm within tbeir fjcrr.l hall; und the drat and dumb will long lamemher tt.e hour, wt rn the mam ct A'bland tool within their ni'dft, a m! they ebook th? hand of th*ir advocate and frienJ, with ?hn? M?torj ini fatne It waa arld^ut tbey w?r* f*rui|!?r. Tbe ex?t rl?n? i f ih? (lan? ^ wcr? Nniicndfd in hi* nvXrtftn* and those who tripped up :n the light far.'a-tic ice, ?tr jp-d to srwp bi? h*nd, und aitaurA Mia of a cordial welcome. Sunh, fir, 1* tbe Din whom w now traoefrr to your care ?cd protemlon, upon his journey borne, wl;#re, *n moit ardently dealre, he may be tutored rsf?ly lo nrrire; ther* to excellence that haopy r<--nnion In lb* doraeatio oirolo, where heart responds to beart, ia ail the ardor (if aiun?re and derofed affection Aod now honored ?ir, (turaicac to .Mr < lay ) In the eir earftv of oaetflowio* he'ic's, we coinmaud you to Ood nr. J to the word of i )> giace, which is i?bl* to build y u up. ' o j qite yoa ?.i Inheritance among all t' ore who are a n^tiUt J At the conclusion of the rem viks ot Al.enuaa Fr.inklia, Mr i lay too? <tf bis bat, *b?:a "siionca, tdleuo*," ran,T through tbe crowd Alter ora#r wac res!?r?<!, Mr. Clay ?:(J: ' 11 y friend*,? I know no eor<? to which I can jciaa ntteiaiioe that will br anftlci'nt to expr??s tbe b?arrf<dt ( ieaanre arid gratitude lor the dis'i'ijtutahait nee; tloa J ba?-tbi" day met with I do fi't I it?ad in?y an to* two reeaone, the first of whloh Is, i c ?nnot ap*ak ( ' rir k to bta hoareeuvM ) and tha n?.b*r ia that you <. "J uot bear. Thirteen years ago I visited Newark tt.ru rmei), out prosperous vjd i-nt?rpn-inif town ; now I si hsiora mo a large.and Boarisbiug citv. In ired, lei' hardly be (tarsai-d.'d tint tnis !i New?rk;tut lhof?' ycu are not practicing any d'a'pt^ou wyon r. a. And f yoa, Mr. Mayo.*, and g?B-lemon of the c r.monaiity, 1 f?al gra rful tor tbiamaxk of yonr ratem end r ap t. 1 i now yoa lo?? n?. and throughout ibr r. mamd: . of my life, I aii.il r?TiTt wi.h feriitu i f t r^'eaaore upon t.. . kind aud oordial recaption which you hr r": u -c I Three load efce-r* w?r? 'b?n jjive v atiJ Mr. 'lay, wilh tha enmcBi'.t"'* aod trritad gu to*. ware U ej c ducted ta tin 'pactoua dining ro a of ' to Por-i bous . where Mrs. Chandler had prepared a tnai 'i.tMd .a-r, wbich waa waahed ?<owo |-y ehoi e win- ? ; wbljh, iu deed raflacted s:eat cr?dit u?ion ' wertby t rtcjs of the Park. ! eievan o'clock,Mr. t'laywain la it rarr'a?a. aod the proc ?>ion niOTtd u '09 tiot-1 dowa Inroad (treat to < h-atunt. ar<d Uoxn C ie*PMt totL>? Houth ward depot, whare ? ao^cfal tr?iin w*a wavtcg t\j ooyey htm to Phil*d. Ivhia, by wey oi .N>w ? un^wt. k. \< he anter d the ear,',iaT dou b rear aruou^c^'j thi hour ?f dener'ar* * aj-l m Liiet/alu ut'?v-d i. -1 man, b ut with the Inflruiiti'a of #f?, oonld b? 8'<n c iiabii < up t if cowtia t ;i..-f rm iouodlng to aooontpaey ?! - < lay ** far ?? New Dracaelet. Tola oil ^entleicen i? ka?a>n a? " U*ddy Coup, ' ia Newark, acd If :be ol..?*t l?ib?h:.ent Cf t?id'y H irw* major in 'be r?tolotl">r?ry ?tras'?t?o, ?aJ t .e i?ta? gan be fjunantl'd In ibat war, w?i fired yetMi^ay ia 1 ner of Mr. I lay. tihi fDai'. 1 Ten c'rlcok fToc'-M'T the tr:?!a :a"fej o.T ao witli tt west all h'?r'7 o'i?t r? Ha<?rrJ for a mocs?ti? at ths <J>-pot. to watih '!? Irr* ?? tt ?ha wbioh wim ?,v>n >c?S to x Aj oily cf Vvwark. [which aa lionr balor*. was t^r tt?4 t.i ofrfT part, w?? rowr|u< t anil traeqa;'. A I"' 'no t t'j? ?crmift?? *h> ui<l pet go on with Vr.l 1% r?turn? J *o tha hot?l a rold Jol atioij waa prapai-1, ar.d win* an 1 mo <ut at #'tit r?nnJ. until 'ha ?l?o|?i vvty w. r? hoopy <ii<1 m t4? rnt'Dg bird. 11> 11 ? '? bio > i ill' i>- t rl? H?-tf r an II o "??? jr 0|?i?n>K of r. ?Tis.t on nlokad Mr

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