Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 17, 1848, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 17, 1848 Page 1
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If TH1 jvj'O : ? M4?. VKUY LATE FROM CHINA. ARRIVAL OP THE SHV WITCH. LIS irto* h ff4atflnoA on B.?cnril. AFPtVKENT SETTLEMENT OF TH7. DIFF OULTIKS irTWk.ni* TMK RNQLISH ANDT3S CELESTIALS. Terrible Punishment of several Piratical Crews, MANILLA MARKIT8, c *i(?j 4r?, kr. Th? cliyper ship S*a Witch, Capt. Waterman, f arrived yesterday from Caut?n, whence she sailed op ike 29th of December laat. 'll\t p*?*agr to il made in trvt niy-?ix dttyi, which it thi shvrt' ut eit r<c*rd. Cip;. W. i>p<?e tneda tho paaaage in seventy-eight ?!nvs. Ha, as well as hia ship, I id & perfect Sea Witch. | Wear* indebted ta Captain Waterraa*, and f also to Messrs. Howlaad & Aspinwfcll, for intell ligeice to tha latest moment. It in sf some imi partar.ee. It will be perceived that tho Emperor of China ' has eadeavored to appeano the wrath of the English, by beheadiug lour and birishingeleven .. Chinese. This la an apparent settlement of the difficulties; but it is irau?<u>ib!e to tell how soon fraelt troubles may break oat. v The Eajlish eraaimiasioa-jr had seat home for f-iastruetioas ; and whan the Sea Witch sailed^ Iha wa< en^a^.-d ia B*go?iaf.<ni? with Keying, the r Iiiipwrial Ouiiiese caminusionT. Sjj The shocking murder of the. six Englishmen Chad bt<?n investigated, and from the evidence, fcit appeared :? fc,1 Tbat tin whole psrty had hesa sordsred by * camber jpnf pwrnees, lining Tanent weapon.* and iostrnm-ats ; If ?n j tb&t ill. firooity ef tbeir mnrd^rers had attained Efo !<*?* ;.>? pitch. kb to U*<re lndn**d th?m to ill-treat F Uij fc'.'dws of t.Hrt Callon, after their ieoeare. HI * * * * * * M Ths di*?OT?ry of tbe enranniticn. and p?rt of the pat WHef ?be deneajn^. is suflsieat testimony that thsy fre.-ald set have landed with hostile intentioas Most of rp tvwr.i *?re aaar??d. a??l tbe we pons borne by ;b? otV Rv?:i, were oaly taeU as th?y ajif^t hare iaaarinsd would, f.bv thiir din lay. r&tiier than their nse, hare easarcd ..their pereeMl ? >.'<ty T?? peepte, tbrea?hoat the whole locality, were ?tIji?d??My aaeh alarwd ; the aiejerlty b.re, siaoe the ' event rod the e*MM4**at aiT??nla ef their owa oflle<.?, relieved (Mr >i?ee aad ; and Mr Ratter |mt ulcae. MM jirtww, ia qaest ?T his murdered PVether, witheat KbUstetiea. e # e ? .* Ae?a?teg the aeeouks reoelwed te he tr??, and eeu: neeiieg saeh lataUlfeaoe ae ha* bee a ebUia-d. aad the s. a<Kw?t Made the bum lay to iielereept Mr. Wardley la I tk j >na> aoighborbeed aad Mr Croeke at ae great 41skc.a?-j fre? it. with the beeluo declarations r?p?at?dlr pabltebed by the iahafeiiMUi, aad !a particular that pat K f?;;b ey thi th'a-aa te#aefcip ia the latter part vf No? veaber, tbere eaa be little deabt that this fearful ont1 rtf# wm tbe reealt ef tbe del herate eoaVaatioa of tbe ju. ' >n? pepulaMja, toc?iaa ?n<l to what they ooaeeir* ie b? ibe auaathorised *>ppreaeh of foreigners to tbuir v -im, aad a recola'.ie* t? oppose, iadepeadeatly. or In [ ?i?a^???f their own gr rernaiant, aa organised resistt 6.?i? to ail iiasilar iakiaieica. The Iritiah a*ih?fiii?a have >av?rely punishjf ed sorerai piratical ?v?ws, Killing: great mumbera I L 01 th?M. [Frees the <'hlxa Veil. Dee ?*.] r.?HTP"f 'Hit Dbiitfioar 1li7 ?Mir .Inkus Bivfi la t'.tll ??q ia n4?nli*oil to ba?a ba*a aega&ad Curias h i nifcj la *afetia?i*a? with Kaytag ; feat u yet Jt'j lt? U hai Uitirrou ii.ktr u > th* murn ?f kia dam->h4*. or bow tse taa- *r? likaiy ? b? c:?wpH?d with aa bewavar,aaprabaad that any r?<lr??i an: ten ka afeU >??d n *a aa f.omi l?r?d a ftoai *. a*, af aar a?|if"ai.M;? ; i?*?aJ. Hi? Eioalleucy ex pr?isW ?Vi'ac la am rwp'y t-"> ta* warahtata, ltj.it ant ?f ra4mi?* ?.* fart will not J?#*r tba Brit-eb fr?? fur-Jj?r tBtatara* af lui e*i. It vttil aayaaJ. th^ratara, an tha via?i tatia by tha g -T*r? r-<T.i si h??*. mJ whatbar t?ay uiay regard. ihn raaaat k?rrtb<? a*i?eikophe aa ibe aria* af iadiTidaala, or erurfuMa %^aiaat lha Chieeaa *at:en. what altetior inourM wit ba *4ayta4 la aithar avast tha sua is UM with i tad thocjb Iteanaot b* i jaoNl ism aaaa gaat*a!y wiH ba exaeiad for tha b*tt?r .-ea.'lty ef Briluh raaiiaa'a tnistan nut oaarfider t>.a atntuapwaiea a?fa.a ?key a?a a.-k f?r . m->?t to ..??? HfcrmkMMWMI .? weui4 ba Ben?? a-y K> ?wr#i *.aa Ch!aa*e gor?ra??at t ?a *xh4<r?waJ af u>? Briciah raara. ??* .!?< at Cwi| tax ?a? bieekatfe ef vha part, beta t-eae ?ug t?4, bait are al a4al. ? ? ia tha aorreaioadeaea b?; in it. ?ara*?*?e ??* tea ? aai?">tat?.-*rr; aa I tha *i-?* ' t*4l?itaal ?at?b-r? af tha e<>ra?ualc) on tb?a? I ?<<.?ia-eveia aata.-a iy b!*ta*il by the ef'*: tha* wcold I ktTa ? their >? .?raaU; ba: ii aaam* diabt'al if tbwy I oaaat. tba a*u?a ai la ja.ar autreae tha CUlnaaa I an ia<ah aa ?Br*a':T a It ha* bat a ?armiaa4 that tba I r r;?oa>i tad a??elitir* of all tha Bojiie f erta which I tj 4 ar t aaiapy aay ba ia eealeatplatioa. l'laa will I it-w wkat trath khara ia ia thU. |?f faar ( tfca arfaUaait, aad tka aa**r*aaa tkat atkara nra 4wgataa ?i? a %**.. a u< will amffar tba aafarait ) <ja tlawi Lut avaalag two mandarin* wutad apoa 8: J-an O.Ti. m ?>a*r?.cc tkat four of tae Tillagara V.t* tiaan *an?!ew<\ aid iroa!4 ba lieaajitatad la lb* ? Kmaa( aha k?a T'la Chlaaaa wara aaxlar.i it*; Hit r>thw ?koald b? kxtd npaa, aad it ii p* a ttcroM'l iti anaau'-.* g-caa* ba'ow CaatOa ; kat Mi? C.ie?il?a?s iiwi'ii tkat. tha ?xp:*tioa aknuid ba racdi.aat .ta ?x?ap ? Mt, wk?ra tki cr.m* h?, i fcaan v.#,ta.-.Vai. %?? ia tk > c-raaa*a? of paraonn dapntad by ( tiialf, aad m **a*T ' '* *' r-?u? ocaoaani.y ai eh"aa ta>iU4*? 1 a? il g aiaaraar Pinto km <iriar?d to ba i>-r?*d'?at?a: d?jNr?ak, far tka parpota of aanvwylag tb? ??nr?t?r7 ?!> ika tapaii ataadaV. ot? i'rad->, Uta VI a l)o;i?i ??? ?ka latarjratar to tka Csn?ul?u aloag with tairiy ?<a sad tkraa rfll??ra rf tk* fljsb R.'giasat j u?y arrWad at S*?o| ?tc ku afeatft kalf paat 7 e'r.ajlr, ?)i?T?tha Ckltaaa itld ar? warafaaad drawn ap os t<? !?? ! iaiibci bafara tha Hall of A.seaatora Our ?wu haad'nl t>f aoldlara, ?n(ratnt?d by a faw a*aka >' >- c U.td?d and form id, aad tka manil Ai. , r?ja? whom vara Tang, the Qaaag-aaow1 o Till f tnara rf laparJ9??a, ha?.ag rsaalrtd tba dapnt: viae *i'.tf ?r?r> utaaifaatafion af cord.aiily, and arnea.it 4 ita-at K> tn* Piafaai't b?r?a, Mr. Haaritarr Joka?t" i g?*a unif?r?u?ad < kat ba could not than nc' nair hiK?iLalU? aa hr aaaa ra lienor Iran Imi'DMl, * :l lit* *>en?r it til Droc?aJ?d wltk, ttia n??^ wbiak Ta?j inimi.U?l?l,r (* ? Id* ardarla (tnpla wa< : ui *!? ? .?. itngc r?fj: r oaa of tku sur>b*r r?J run out.tram af ik* bnala. llaaaemaJ h MM .liMttf MNMt pMMBt. Ul? kaada MHlM btib &J iU u< hit en >atk ?m n?Tti( t? j kvov* i f?r?rard about iklrtj or forij j?>rd?tro? ik? b* f*'l. or ?? tfttovn oa Mi kn?*a la tfca oy? jpM* bMMl Ike l.??l ?h sad i hiaaaa naUuri aaa kl* * ? b?i?s alavaiad ? > ? vo ?ae*? h>m to atrna. fa > i' >.?r r<t??d tiu l.>a? ?aa?y bla.ta i.atl at oaa b.. ? ik? ao?d m*? rolJl?{ ?j tk* (u'aaj, ta*|k<mlj tra j k 11 (? b Uv 0|- otk?? tia*. i k? otb*r itu ? ??r? k\tt iaj?? >t o#t> of tax ?x 'apt that tk? lant ami V'*.i?-K?<t a*?uiaj to ia?kt ?? taiolnatarjr ?fort at r*k. *u-? 1 b? wk' la w?a ?oa?M> quickly, tkat twa gaav ?t'icm b? Tliiia mk i follow** tka<fll?iila iikr i . t>?* . did ?at arrlra kill ik? ktCoadaiiM wut* 11fti, NrfMiliMtkilrI?IIH ? ? r.act.'r ?f ' Mnaa* ail'.tan waa artiraa'ad akaat # ,?r ]? Lr#d aini S??M?i ;iun ca tk? in >ml null ??it '.* ! at tha lutru^o lo th* rad Ii,yt t .?>.? h*l*:a? ro?4a af ?Ulaf*r? war* aht i.l ??alaa to ?<t ?i (.Silica ti.alr ova ill-appolot?4 military it m*r r** lT ?? kr*ri an ta? piaotrtii Uta art* th?!r mnu. diilata tfeam to b?. }UTi.in <,ai?''iy S.'?u a tll?fr?iafiil ?i?:ati>n to kaka ?i*?a bcfor? ttf'.r aaraai'al at th? lnaaao* .r. t fit lb * praaafio* af th? haW4 T.oi ifh.lt ai; b* iloi.h?*d wli?' a?r x< *y ara atyoad tb? a*?trol of th? au.h->rui??. *l<>t ?l'i l: ba?*--.? ko>-wn that thw aiaaatiao wtntiniii f laaa la th* aioraiuj, tha isUIHgaaaa w-.? lac- net *i>h ?atufantl< a, bat with Ind'gaat'.on by i?>> 7 wha aiati tad that ih) *w? a*t tha raal rtanaan, oat piiiKiaarg t* k?a irom'ha jail, althoagh It <]?? aot appaar what p'oof* a?< b?*n rbUl**J on h? ?9kj?n waiia tha appv raaca ?f ib? m#u aoBTlooal all la ? who dvl m !.>?< haw llttla e?UM tbara waf ta d?*uk. Utwy war* what fh?y w*ra etroa rut to ba. -ah w?a ' a? f??ilag r'a tba ?avj'it al I'awto*, hewtftr, lh? two Irit ta siaraaanta w> nt >?t lO o'clock at nl*' *'a Si,- J;?a Darin. kiiiI, wlthjin a?yp?Tiru? ?Pti<n. wH <ih n?ay tiava t>?ta tha rnolt < f aaiciant g??.? lita< a laMfr to rta4 la whiah tV ? Mat*4 * thai opln | t?* aatf t.aa*a#aa?* oth.ra, u>at th* fear p?r?cn? ta h# Imio?aai>-iy .ififiMin,!! in Titiag* ri n w?.ig.aaa-? mwar* >>?>? Mi# tr'tuiad*, and that the Pluto ?tn?u*?r wi'h t hi Urdiph i llaari nkout'l c?t [thi i4 to Hwang chu K'" trji? 'i llnirlBg raorutag t? already or>J?r.?d. rb?y wera of or ur?A *t;tbair untimely lutrnMou *it'< a pap >r of tllli J - oriptlon axixaaaly improper, and 'It# lattar wna returned; vfc" British xuerahiinta w r?a*rt*laly InTitad on fir .l'?hu'? trat arrival at < anion ,o expr'.a t*.> bim their wl .h Ran' rally, but ba did n?i fr*|)?ul thlaaort, of interfar*nfl? on tbe part of ptivaia luUi'i'iuala, with Ha (mtilln aota and raaelulinrx In detail; a>vl ua cannot bat e?nan!?r Hi? piaaant abrapt an I untimely Intruuva ai vary praaaaiptuoua am >iapropar. I ua autject b?t axoltad a *o<> 1 deal or talk, and w* tiata baam tiiat tba aaatrv hai baan ordarad la latura to l?t no atraogari paaa a ho do net praviou ly lan j la Ibair eardf. ttOVKRMMKNT NOTIFICATION Hi? Eiceiiauoy bar >iajf(ty> rianlpoiantiary, la plaaaad to tira publlolty to th? annexed note from hiinaalf to tha M?u>'^ MinUtar, la aooordanaa with which tha four \ . \ * mmmmmmmmm??m*m*m a NEi NJ principal erisraala hire been executed this uornioR at tb? TillRKit Him| ehiwkw. in prfienee of BrltUh and i Chintee officers; and fleTan other* ?n referred for decapitation. atrangulation, military alaTery. and banirhm-nt for life after reference to 'he1 rimicai Board Bnt h:'< (Cxoeileaoy cwidara tb*t eecurity for the fata f la, if poifiMe, itUi more cBt?nti?J tha 1 repaiation fcr tli* patt, and it will be named aeoordlm'y. By order, A. H JOHNSTON. Bbitiih ComuuTt Canton, Deo 31, IS47 a o- ? n.? 1ft mi7 I hare r> your KxccllMicy's note, dated yesterd?y. I ii therein prron u unly stated tbat ih?nx uiurIwd LigliibuiPD ' trail pisl- I* n?d killed i'hln?*?, in relarn m*rsly to the *ho?ts of the ?lllait?ri. and *m pat to I'Mtk on the spar of tbe moment." The trath. on the aoatrary, is, that being attacked according 10 ike previous repeated declaration of the villagers, they detaiided themselves with pisUis. and Home of them beta* eaptared, ware subsequently put to deeth la cold blood This bai been declar?d by several ('blues* wit aad tf-elr c'ateman'.s wilt be forwarded t-> my gov?raiB*;nt, who will ma'uroly consider it It in, tb?r<lorr, us?1 ??s to islur ov-r the real faota. Yoar ttxaelleaay. In addressing your Emp.?ror; appears ?o hare sut?d u Mlltl: '-Hhi"?ld thelbWMHI oh*no? to have any object la view, such aatbe reatiag ef land*, >h? erestioa of building*, or the liki trfl'S. tin Canton people nolleat a meb and Interfere wRb them by making i distorbaaoe. The loeal authorities, lioldlug ibe people t.' be formnost in *on?M*rt.Uun. th ntc it iuexpedient r.o thwari their innlinktiona seriously, or to show a d??i ou'i aoiatHeaea wit* the requests of ft>r-lga?r? " Tbi*. indeed, is the real trath. and b*lng contrary to the trea.y, It is th* whole oause or - he oto .staot troubl's at Cantcn. while at *he other ports ther-< I* perpetual quiet fllaoe the Caatoa people have b*ru tlim enc u-a**d against forelguer*, th?y are reaij to murder tbeai when ttiey merely take recreatioe lu the country under ths tr"i ty Unlfs an example U made by exeou'iag t ie orlmusali at Hwang ehu-kee, foreigners will aiill oentlnaa to be murdered by the villagers Sinoe your Excellency distinctly stipulates that these four exeeutloua are not the whole of the punishments to be inflicted, but that "the remainder of the criminal* will either be sentenced to deeapltatlon, * translation, military slavery, or transportation for life?in every case awaiting the eonflrmaiioa of I he Criminal Board," it 'Day be aufflelent lor tbe present, and in part of my deai-iads, if tb?sn foar oriraiaals be decapitated where the crime was cjmiaittnd, in presuace of my offloers. The only objtet of punishment is example fur the future, and I hare already informed my government that if the example is not made at Hsraag-chu-kee. it will bs a mere mockery, and wholly and t&tirely unavailing It is In vain to waste more words on this subjeot; and If vour Exoeliencv will not mike the exuuiDl* at the plan* where the crime was committed, our present negotiations ought to stop. Aeoept the assurances, 8co. J. F. DAVIS. To Uii Kxo.lUucy, Keying, High Imperial Commissioner, Sto ,&i) , (tco. (True Copy.) A. R. JOHNSTON. [Chiefly from the Poking Oasette ] Tin Covar - Oas of t .e promiuent topias of conversation amongst th? courtiers. is a statement made by the President of the Board of the Imperial kindred, from wuiah it appears, that Ihertf has existed, for a locg time, a eombination to lnduoe those aathorltins who ar? pritI1j2?4 t> make a direct appeal to the tbron>) o i any uijiot whatsoever, to draw up r.emorial* in favor of permns wha pay well, aad so proeure tn?m lucrative >i n.iMoes la the eastom hiu*e offltes. with many other cryieg abates, wt.ivk are all to be abollsh?d ksiiuiw la a frontier district, a numbtr of Til Isius baf uig forms 1 an association, too* formal po's?ssioo of the local ?<ln>ln;stratlon, andjhave not as yet beta mx palisd from their usurpation Yunnan ?Tbaugb Lin's n?ma appeared ae OoveraorQeaeral uf Vaioan aad Kwelohoo provinces, ha has ever ec lured u/oa his eSoe, but remains Liant. Ooverisor of Skeass. No cause is assigned for this change I'Us present asting governor btsfwa a dus meed of orats* upon the paepie who grtierously oontributed towards tha carrying on ot the war, anl recommends the Users according to tha amount of their gifts. Ot the b.-asa soldiers by whoae Talor the Mahosisdans were rtaal'y surrounded and destroyed, he gives also a faith'Hi aosouat, ?nd begs their promotion la very earnest term* All his prayers bive been granted. Tua TaKisitRr.-Urge.it order hive been ssnt to Oanten to retuit the taon?7 derived from the unties on ' 'reign trade to the oepltal During the last terse years Hookwang has bsen 25,500 ahihof riae ia arrears The inhabitants of this pro inse. as*an>ed of her .tg the stiga** of inso'vesoy at<th#d to it, have declared thcoujli their Governor, i bs wt;lip<r.ii4? or f aa ?io??r pleases (t win* awav this stain. \Tnai;ny people, ai.d crtva (a < ffl ia, utv?. tir-relora, be- ? ,uj a pMMotle eub'enpllou to aipply iUj larga dnSj.t fir th* ij?p*riai graaarie* The FlUalu aaatoa him* wti skort a consldrrtb'e aaai iu the r?ce:pta, tin total amounting to 94 'itt Uvli only Tbe auparinte&Jao; waa likewiae in*p?ct?r of the rnp.rlal zOk manufacture* at Moaxciioo. wnieh worlL?xal snivel* for the ecnrt, and wberafcelef; silk in store to Ibe i .imo: ot 131.414 t??l* ia Ta na U? bu no* riilrtd tram oflsa, auii is rejilioed by a mor j vigorous oua tarn ( on- [fi-.ir The raeelp'? frew the nattla brought fro-n Mantohoor'? ta i bua have le't. a fair aurpluauf 30,4Oi> tael*, whloh ?>r? applied to the aatntenaaae ot the ratablis .rneut at ynea-viag-jaing pa1*0? Karma.?it U a aura aljn cf th* high estimation ta wbioh a g.varaor la held, if k* fraaiy reeoumand* tua ?*? * lu kU jhrUJ'otloa, and tha court respond* tu kit aaagaatiou. No on* would veaiare to do ao, aaleea he v*? aura of the favor of his nacr; f.r other?lja?ii?r. ii ara oou*tru*4 into presumptive arrogance, >.ad paeialitd ai a breach of the law, by Iom of tppnmta^at and molnment. Fram tha numerou* ?u.;*?eti?u a^eut tha promedol of naa iarias, wbioh are all pwM,It la tan avMaattkMMM preeent giferaor rf Kweaglung and Kwatg;eha* great inflaanre Ha ha* (tu rtcomnended th? enaoura;emeut cf mining. a tary bo:a p-.w'. n indeed, whea the fr>j > vi or the Ch'aeae ;'T?rna4ut aro takae into consideration. Karias'a Sol.- King-ae.b, Raying* *on, in a ion; manorial ac~o**a an anfortuaate ( :er of not ie*lr.u>IT f.autir." trae* at tha imperial tombs a W} higj erlm*. la another paper ha expo*** tha w?r'e of money, sagg**t* that the inai uerirei from several uras*rles Ha; d? applied to th* repa'r of the a*st-cn mtuaoi?koa. Trivial a* the applications of ike yaun^ aiate*man aaay appear, his daring to submit a an I. memorial* lufls'emly shows tha: ha i* In favor wkn the higher powers Heoiran Paarmc* ?A great deal of tulphur 1* found ia that provmee among the uonntalna inhabited by the ieantaa* trib? Aa this mineral U iclely uaed ia makiag gunpewdur for fail!Wry pnrpoaaa, tUe'aiaadarine arajealoiia mat ltin.gNC be extracted olanrfea'.inely,aod aav? tbeieTore appomte 1 a a'r.et guard, to prevent at jalisg. an i to eoaCue the gaikerlag of it to tha actual deiaa?4 for the army. klaniLA. Decembers, 1147 ? iMraars ? The ex^teiiva ncppaea of pieoa g 'Ode whiok have beea peured lato the market. k??p prieM down, and make aaiaa to aay ex ^eat extreroeiy d:Sealt to reepoualbie men, who are un WII.IQC t. lenrtaae their lltbliltlee nai toeir asoekf of too**, wh.ok are v?ry large 'i'be apereaeh of thi holiday* will probably eaa?e i'joj aeaiaud from (he P.-ovin :ial ptop.e, wc r?*art to Manila about ChrUtmea for ihepu'ehaae of colored goo**, St:.? tiroan Sugar ? Tha aaaiavt i* at preaant in a vary auxttled *tate. and Hi taaWi* are uawnliag to etner into any coatract* ex<<apt at *a*k p<-i*a* a* ar* bayoud ttliwMlf pu'Otia*er* The late i*? i weather I* anppofsd to h^re detroyai aom soger; liu? eertaloly nj; to auch aa ax ?at aa to warrant any appreheaitiin* f^r the *aNty ot .lit aoiair.g arop ar ?:>y ?ary |m: tcarcity ot ?ugir uo*tl it li iMariil Aft* pu<otinen, m* 1? na aptcuiaiatlon. hava alamad tl?? elayart, and at :Uia moment not* 1* to ba fca4 S .ma parctlt of /tabu hara bean H*an at $'iVi a batlu Pauipanga aotblag is doing, .a all oparatinm in this kln4 of aagar flepaa* apon th* jrloa vi l faail>'y r,f ob atniug ths eorraot Clay*J Ot Lb* inferior aoru term tk* ^autltrn Ulaa<f? taara ara ?0|i> ?f.w ! uaarkt. Rio* -la aoateqaaana of Gome tt?aa'at1oaa, ro?3a*4 to Mai.il*. the print > f rin? nj?* j*4 aaany oO par oaiit e? pr*riaua qu>,t?ti..B*. arary ,ikro?l for aal* hautig baan oiooopollbtd, km aa auppiiat utIh from tan Pr tioe?i, ?h<* p.iaaa d*ouaa Tii'm t>? bat* mo vraaaaav.ona lauly, *ni tbn qaotaHou* ?rta*r*toi? noojlu*'. Tk* aoaour.lt from in? Pr'JTiua?a tant la hj tha 4 Pxraot . oraro'ira i,j ootfiaqamea cf a iilreaUr ?rdtr a ldrtaaau to ti>am govt-foin -t. (or ili? p rp'4a of utf baiuiat X?a qaaakitiak of piiUdy in more md in* tiaiar.f th?tt\n.ilag . top *uoa *1 iO c*ua? ao? oaly ? > lU'a of toarc'.ty. tu- octataio aa>ucan.'?a cf tir; a?Kij ttock* -n baad nil prc.tpaa; of T-rj full k?r?a*t Wain ? -Tt>a (apalitM rf (am artlala tilt oonImatrari loaja^aata to til* deaaaad for it.aad tk" Uit par**!* whlak aia?ln ravlily ooaroana* 1 9* mla ? I ' V P?r p.anl ? jti>r??a?1. T(it txuaordlnar j rc^OMt f?r tiJi tiaplv bat raua?d haoip of n quality wuieb woall afhenriaa t>* r-j-et-d, to bj raeaifaa by paichaiart wilk'tut abt radu.tlon of DriM. Thh fMMll/ whlak will ba reqnlrad to aoniplato < r i#rt i* lb . mark* t U ink that Ih.ia l? lit la kop* of an; ma'arlal redaction f.-cm tin qaotatloA* of tbn d*y. lartigo - No new tr?iia?aii>.at or Tarlatloa In 'ha pr.aa ( ttil.a article ?pao Wood tfaaro*. ar.4 ib ilaiBtt iU at f 1 \ prrplrnl. C^#ja?No tranuetii.n* hava oosurr?d if. tb* ri^w . rop. air bat any prlca b?*n flia<t for it. Hidaa - Puiohn*it of tnffalo h*T? b>ai m%da at. $4 -J}{ rrala p?>r pinnl r?wad. Cow nomiaal at $7 par ptnul.?KxrMtMSKi? 'I t an Kaglanl at m- Btna ai^bt n?miaaii l?tt ??l?a 4 5,HJ. O.J i;tiu? 1 par aaut praailnia, aud tbn dt tnand tr.liag?FaaiaHTt?Tn Oglaad nominal, no Teinfla hart aaaklng rr?lgkta Tka Auarlcan ahlp Moant Vt r- 1 no* it *ai4 to hare b<?aii takan at >IS per toa for Naw York. Hans Kor? P;e. qt ?We ha?a rrcaivH. from i?i H<i:k?atl? lonrttt. Iba tollawUg a?* ant of lh? praoetdH U e'oop ho^it, nod tb* loa Crui9ii}rj iU??kr r.aio. akaiu?t th* pirait* thai lafaat ins <wi araat r f China. Tli? it?.a?r, afWr inakleg a mcaeiatut paa*sge to Nlt:gpn, *| %tn?t th? north aaat mouf.inn. aoaiad tb?re, sad ptoe?.i*d to j'lln tb* Sccut, ?hob ?ba fouud at ?nctv>r n'W th* Wbita D og* Tha two vnm.it reranlaad i??r- *oro* d?j*. through atrre* of weather; and en ih* 44i.ti Not. mk>t, ih? wind moderating, proceeded anvi u, nnchcrl-g under Lnirynr S<und mat night, and taitlbg early next mori leg At daylight aerrrat piratical tmhi wer.? obfrteJ Handing .ut of iltiuhow Soood. On getting fight of the .?oou and Huto, they attempt?d to eacapa, by bsatii g lato ar.allow water, a d lutUia ibee all moo*eu?d wtu tha < *e?j?tlon of one, upon whlah th* Mooat opened Are Th* rflUin*, eeeirg all proapiet of aMape liupoaalble, hail til* audacity to run aloagaide of the aloop, lii?4 iato her, and threw atiuk pet? An hoard, to fur imminent rla'l, wonnding na? Marine slightly. At thl* t m? the Scout gave the pirata a brotdalde. whlah riddled her bull, i.nd net the veaaei ; on Are. With tha axo'ptian of Uu> wonnded, all bauda jumped overheard, and tried to maka for tha ahore, whioh moat of thaw *flactad,; bat ? u ma bar vara 1 . W YO ?W YORK. FRIDAY MOf ilrownfd or shot in th- water, nrd tw?ntr-on? war* * itcured sllrr. A ^in b*long<: g fo th'.* w?? r?cnptured by the Scout, her ctigo c n?ifting of rlee and oilMk*. Tlif Scoot Qdi11o< it ImpoMlble to follow th* o'hara iutotbfl Mound. On iorr>un^. of th? ahnat ?afar tha IMnfn from her light draught. w n ?:Mto proceed in chase. iu4 soon o?m? within ranre of a very largo pir->tioal vessel, whioll she fired into Finding it usrleas beat'ng to the i windward any lougar. th* p\r..t?? put about In order to run the vessel on rhore, but a ronndshnt cutting ?wav I ber main.oast prevented her eeeupe The crew upon tbls, jamprj overheard, and ian!? for tb* shore; but thirty three of th^-n wt*r? picked uo by the boats nud ??veu w*re shot. N'ght coming on. firther pn'suit of the oth?r vessels was abandoned for that day aid before laxt mom'ttg, they hsd ?H cleared out of the Sound On the fT.'nl''% of the 211'h. the Scoot started for the northward, thn steamer remaining at anchor till the JStb, >?hen she weighed r.nd stood out in the fsa? direction. Tfc? sirae morning she fell lu V'tb a large fl*et of merchant jnnks, under convoy of six mandarin war vestela. Shortly afterwards infoimition wis r.-oeived from * fleheria in, thatfoui* vessels had plundered a village in the neighborhood the previous night, ar.l were at anchor in a bay to th* westward of I'ingbaf. The mun volunte-rai to accompany the s;eaiu?r and point them out Th? Pluto steamed lu. and found thnm at anohor In a lin? olo?e CO th? beach On seeing her approach, great numbers of men left them Two of the reesole got under way, one o? oach side of the hay Th" Pluto pursued one, pouring grape * ad caniater into her, and the mandarine -iiui'V u>? the lltae. j'lined tho atei-mur in the attack Sailing tha other pirate vessel e?c%pin?r (ard not for a moment supposing that the war junks wonld allow the ob i thay w*re altauklog to eso?pa), the steamer |M?*bont in pursuit; opening flra with reund. grape, and HMtr. At iliffarent times several of her crew juiup*49v><rb'>ard. but were shot bysmill wrns from the tridMMH p%ddle-boxes, to the number of flfty-t<vo At last UM*<st of the junk was shot away, when the remaialaf twenty ei^ht were picked up by the boats on b >an ttaf her; the merchant junks cheering all the tlm?, throwing missiles at those in the water, apparently with reat delight Tho crew of tbis vessel consisted of 1!0 men; and It turnnd out to be the same hioh on a farmer occuslon encountered the boat.* of the Scout, wounding one rflloer. The steamer, taking iu tow th'? other t?r,i bouts, deserted by their crews, ?rooeeded to her former anohorage in Melohow s-iund where the Soont bad returned e.fter an unsuccessful oru zi The last thing seen of the pirate vessel whloh the Pluto first attacked, was out at sea, still busily enKfcged returning iu gtllait style the fire of fie aindarins, from whura there h every reasau to believe she escaped. On the 2d of Degemberboth ships stood along the coast to the southward, aud clo-e in ebore, ezainiuiug tbe b ?ys. About noon, they fell in with a vess>l at anchor under How F.tow poiut, in shoal w^ter, nn>\r the land. On seeiug the stcam-r ne.iring her, she out her cable ttUM or.bnbii. paaniui; tk uuttt-iuui re"i ui r, ?;*s, which tbn Pluto bed to rouuil, hU th# tints keeping up a continual 3r? of roui'd shot lit bar. raking her lore and nft, the snot entering her etnu and pterins; out at bur bow.'. S-ji>in?: esoape tj le?w.?rd impossible, the Scout iying to iu thn ofHog, the v'-ssid wi.b run ou shorn, where mojt ofherorew Und*d an J attempted to escape. butw<raset upou by thi villagers, by whom numlwM were st>lz*J and cut to piect5 with hatchets. Fifteen were broug >ton boird by the boats, eight were killed, and a number so out up by the shot tout no a'slst&ace oo?ld avail them. Th? whoio of th?s? juuks w.ire deetroyd by fire. On board it them ha 1 b-fu louuJ vsst quantities of stinkpots, mate locks, musketouns, spears, pikes. axes, ko., with a very large supply of timmunltion. On in-ini barded, the guus were always founa lo id* d, and in most instances hiving the matches ready l ghUd ; in all. the numerous legs, arms, and o'her members ?.f the body, strenad about their dei.-k<* wis tearful, and the groaut of th* wounded and dvlng app^lliug. ton wretches soliciting on all hands to have an end put to thnir suff-uings. *o determine! were the rascal* not to betaken alWe. that many of th?in In tha water ware se?n attempting to out their throats, othors to drow.? enoh other. 0>? man wa* stabbed in the attempt to blow up thn aine, when foriuaately discovered ; another, seeing it useUss to oon ia?e hi* flight any longer, w?s in thn tct of lowarisg the sail, to give himailf up. when hie head was severed from bis kedy by ona ef the pint* or?w with an axe. Several attempts were made lo flee the ahiD's boats, a .d many of the pirates were p'cied down wish musketry from the ship whsa about to fire on tbem. Nothing bnt the prorisioas iieoessary for their draws w re fouud on board. Later from Chili.?By the Diario dr. la Marina, perceive that nrws had bf*n received f.om Chili ?s la'.e .ts the 39tb December Bv & decree of he 'l ? U'OUbll'-, D vlar'jel 'Ju'ei, <l?te>, B'Ovm'^er 23d. th< extraordinary aes'l'? i>' Congress was prorosu'>4. although ail th? uf .irs which h?d em*sioaed i'e Keeling had oot been dispcs d ef. "1 he Tre si ier.t keiievor thnt under preient oir.'U.i??tauo?s these affairs cculd not well be divo??1 of, uud ?b?re!bro th>iy hud better be deferred uotil thn n< xt regular n s*ior>. The Chllinti government, bv a !? of ih? l?th D?c^mber, extends th? privilege granted to v??sele owned 'n Chill to taoie of f>>reiga ownership. " Th? Pa'pjrarie Mtrtury." ?ays the Uiarii, 'ii publi"bl*>g this law. makes toe following remarks, whion we b>li-ve worthy of the attention of the other Stated of the neighherlcg continent. wbiri an illiberal *e*l, and r.n absurd envy ugaiust 'oreiya capital, refoie the atslslatien of fore gn luercantiie industry We raiaeinber, says the htnrui y. to have tead am English worx wnich show< wh^t places the British capitalists la advance of all othern. In Anerl a.wa hive to make another confession: all cor tnU*itry i| stimulated by fotelgn napltal, audbsaor.se laence of this truth. we should place Id toe linnaa of those capitalist* the m?ane of developing onr io'ltutry How to ortate a Murine fcw beea an object of muari ills h.ssIob. Ho** winh ro eorEm?nre virh it war, >?< prm'i with ? Bsereantil* ms.tioft In our view, It would be betfor for the government to raise bJ'ti at tUu nam* tin-Our cavifatlou laws will icon Mt'.f thst treat commercial power called meie?nt>le mtriBa, wtitcta li the but fall iiMnittl BtrllbM power 11 The gmt liars of railroad which h*d h??p is oonlsnj pla'lon in Chill hive bfu shtndoBeri, on nooouut of he ltr<' ej.ent of uninhabited eounrry through which tbe road would nave to cui, end the *rest. txD?u?? whieh would bt incurred In conft'UctiDg it. ' The peo;>l? of < liili." rejia.-ks >he Di?> t'<, stimuli BOtfirg?t Ue greet tSMBBto givu by tha VnM Slates iu till class of tBt*rpriM<t. There, alio, ths*a were itamanse <l<i?ru to be orrs**d Id rr4?r to eonMfct tha rentfe or ovulation a?d richee Soon after hsving coott-uoted ' (ho railrotds, the deserts became pepnlatad, arid s It- 1 tudts ware o"uvert?d into i??m of active arvl inl.is- 1 trions life The trn? greataesa of tha spirit of enterprUe if not in seeking advantages ntlbU the vuU*i eye, hat in forrse ing tha i*fnt vtflHyof aa enterprir*. aad the eona"|iienoe which would remit froai It* execution " There i?, however, In aourse ot oonstruotiou, aaother railroad from Cofuiisbe to the capital ?Nfw Oi leant Cretetnl. Latr* prom Texas.?The steamer Palmetto, ; Captain Smith, arrived yesterday from Gulvesiob, bavin* left thi re on Saturday last, I he 4th inat The Nrwt hM dates from Austin to tie "Jrtfh tilt It , was then understood that th? Le^i'lature would# jiarn ' on the 13th ios";. The elrntion of aomraie*iou?r <>neral of the land ofllce wan to toke place la?; Monday, the ranili'latcs nh ii ! being C#l. Ward, the present Incumbent, Oeorge M Patrick. K'n anl Onor** VV. 3.nith. It w?s uell-Tfd ihat all tha important borla'ss of tbr * Mon will have been deposed of before tha day of adjiurnmeat. the IS'.h. Oen. Mtg;taann has been aprointed Distrlot Jntlge in the plana of JvJge Love, of (ialvtilon.?AT O -Pic. Marrh P. Th? Dr.lta ciplas the following, anu^nnciog th" arrest of a inau nauird Rpps, charged with the murilsr of Mr Mutr, n?ar Petarsbnrg. V? . aboNt two years a^o. from tba Galveston Nnv$ ef the S.I .asl: ? ' Errs, thi avrrosKDMcranski. or Muia'?Tbi* In31 Iduai i( probably kvown r>y reputation to some of our readers lor hevii.g b?sn ob^rge 1 with the murder rf Vwir,ab'at (oor nllsa fr ai i'a^ersbarg. V'a,two years ago. Kppe ntL4 f rssideat thare. with a famll? and l?rt ;>rop?rtr Valr hM4 his note for a sum of m ^ney whluh pi>? cuuri hit* am j pBn.1 ruing to la- rit> >ri, h-< inrlted Minrtogn with hlra on a hunting ?xiu'?ioa. ' ?nd, ? U b-!)tT?d, w< k thinopportnr.Uy f? bill \Su.r. itir no o Imr Known ?non than to aTuld the Ji "yrjewt ol h- ' nol? The body w?a btimd ia th? wood*, ft id the wai- ' Ur win unknown for k cobjI l?tabl? tiniu, k'.pps ne' tr.rn li't k >n paotad, ?or tha abxeno* of tlulr ao : untad for ut>eci>i-atly : ba body was fttmd. bm kp :s h . i m ? .' ( nil ?bo*P4 H? c?nm<1 ll Jo b> Anuo?ic??a that h? bm ?*lf wamWad la ooan?<VJ"??? of *?i?h be w?? no* r t.rmi"! itnm-dia'cly M^atlne. h? w?.< tr?v^Ulujt uodi't J t'.i* ??*un?iA nita of Judga Shelby Under th'? t?ia !*? ca:na to T? s-m. ?b?ut a yemr *g">, and (Hopped ?t An ' ?'iti for ?bou' ?li moi?tb? While thete, b e id ati.yaitb l'.pp? appear* t > h*T? bo> n d?t*cud, "id lnfo'iii Iod ' to thin eff'Ot w*? *ent to Virg'iiiw. I'^on proper evl d ?si. the sofrfn^v' of th.U S malr a rcijui^ ;i n for 11 Mm upon th* governor of Taiee, wh.ali wa? ?i?iu In r'.iar^u to a eulUhl* person, ?bo hti for * v.v,? llm-i I a.:W b ?n on the e??reh. Kp?? h*?lng noma ln'lir..tinn of i li ' lir<?r, Kf; AaitlalMt October and It wm not till v.ry c l?t?ly t(i?t hia wbcre\bouts waa dl?coy?re(J, roar tb? Kall? of tbe Braaoe The p?reou ?. motreinned lor tuat c putp i>< *? IpronjuMy furnished with authority b> <*o? ' vVf o.1 and Mio??aded. a !<-w days sgo, in ??eurlng Kpps *.im Jndg* Hhelby. Ilo wns lir n^ht to Austin 1 w?t Krl- 1 day. and *?? lndg?d in jtU.atetired in irons Hsw.nto lr>a?a Au?ti? by the stage on the neit day for Hi M 1 and m?y ba expected in fhl? oify by.the r< *t bo**, on Lis way to ?t.ind his trial nadar the Wwa of Virginia (>. t Wood is entitled *o rr?dit tor tlin prompt h??I*met) ho b?* r#nd?T?d ' appr?h?ndln|t thin rofngro from jn?tlr*. ' Kpp* ba* bin famlr , piariallon und noatly one hundred orRro-o, ol ill In t tin Tislulfy of Ppt?rcburn. Th? abovn ' lomn ii n h?.? b??ti gir?n at by a ( ntlvman jait irom ' A?*tin " Wx l?*r'. *h^t Krp? arrWad b?r? In th<( P%ln?c: 'o I" * eb?rgi' of H?jor VHiigbnn, of Virginia a.id ttiat Hoy ' If ft ymt*rday aft?rnoi n by tb* M bll<< boat. Mull Kallu m 1 The Northern lr.all failed at N>w Orleans, Mar:b 4.

? ? " Detroit, ' 8. I " 41 " ( harifflton, " 10. ' Southern " riillaialpoln, " 1ft ' ,l K?'n-rn " I. u.?, ' 4. ' " - in ni,?, " /, Mlacallnnamiii. Tba weatbar at Albany ha* l>?? d exo*eJia?.'l/ cnlJ for I fnw Jiji ftnt. ()u tin M l), lit H o'clock, A M . th? ( themoineUr marked oaly 9 degrees above uro, and at 19, M. 8 degre. i belo# the freeiiog point. Tha advance guard of the great array nf al*?W(i,ha? made 1L? appearanc* thin eeaeon at KJgartowa The fluny t lei < ore wate cordially greeted. ami tunny nf their number tranafrrrart from their Dative element to the tablaa of Um Inhabitant* of &dgartown. m 0 ." I RK H USING, MARCH 17, 1848 ADDITIONAL INTELLIGENCE or THE REVOLUTION IN VENEZUELA, The bark Venezuela, Capt Dill, arrived nt Philadelphia yesterday, from La Guayra. We lave received the following despatches by her: Barcelona, (Venezuela,) March 1,1848. We tire all in a state of political revolution lere, and we expect ere loujf to find matters nore ?eriouH. Everything is nt a stand; every-' hinsj wears a serious aspect. The. assaasiuatinn jf til? members of Congress cannot be easily re:o.<ui!ed with the party opposed to the udminisratitiu; they feel it deeply, and will long remember it. "Old Zack," or hi?i counterpart, Gen. Puez, ts organizing an Rrmy in Calabozo, to march igainat the capital, as you will perceive by hia message to Congress, and the answer of the two chambers, which 1 enclose; ulso, his address to Li?c'.ropir. i. or members uongress (i mti the majority, who ar* opposed to the admiuis'tv.ti<M.) profet-B to coincide with the President; tliid is policy, where they are subject to be shot down at any moment, and where every pies from the city ia strictly guarded to prevent any escape of the members. But once let Paez enter with an armed tore'*, and the gam1' Congress will undoubtedly carry th?ir original design into effect of impeaching the President, and they now have double im tive for so doing. The country must long remain in an unsettled state, and perh ipa u long civil war will ensue. In numbers the party in power have the most, being the colored population, generally a worthless set, w.'io nave nothing to lose and everything to gain, by robbing huu murdering their more respectable uud wealthy opponeuts. The administration have no money to pay their way, and cannot borrow. On the contrary, Paez can obtain any amount hp asks for from wealthy citizens uud from resident foreigners, who will promptly aid his pecuniary wants in a good cause, in sustaining the constitution and ' the laws, and putting down the dark conspirators against the peace and good will of the country. It may b- here remarked that the British minister rejected (lie members of Congress who sought protection under his banner, as well as other inhabitants; or rather, he is too proud to hoist the (lag of his country, because other ministers do it. It tias been generally accounted tor in this refusal, thebetter to give countenance to the dark population; lor a black face is the best passport in the Brit'flh dominions, and it is the English policy to sustain everything connected with negro blood. Paul Pry. Caracas, Feb. 22, 1818. Sinco writing you my last respecting the collision between the Congress and the Presideat, th? provinc? of Maracaibo, with sever*! other iirnvincp*. has declared against the President. atidany acta that may have taken place in Congress since the 24th of January. General Paez, with Generals Sublette, Pcnango and Z.unora, Colonel Codassis, with ruany other officers and several thousand Ltineros, have armed themselves against the President. Captain Celis, commander of the only vessel belonging to government, (the Constitution,) sailed from Barcelona with $'22,000 and five hundred stand of arms, (intended tor Laguayr<?) and has left the government party i<nd joined iVlnrncaibo. There are so many conflicting rumors respecting til:! operations of the troops on either side, that.tli? truih is d'llicuit to obtain. One thing is rrrt?:n--on tiie tide oi the President he has a Urge tore in the field, (some <1,000 or 8,000 nu n,) with no means to pay them. Nearly all the men ot capital have lied irom the country.? Loanu cannot be obtuiued, and in this dilemma lore .1 lo.un are talked ot. A project has been laid b- lorw Congress to issue two millions o( paper; but in ihe midst of no grave a question, several in mbere, unwilling to unite, Congress has been without k quorum for the last two days, <nd m*y be aaid lobe constitutionally dissolved What the President will do in such a dilemma, lime alone must tell. Every day increases his difficulty nnd lessens his means. The troops which have marched to the interior, are eating up the substance of all the villages, and want is oeginuing to siari- them in the lace Paez has caused the cattle to be driven farther into the interior, and is maiuEuvriug to draw the government troops farther into the interior, so th*t wn?n iie strikes the blow it will stun the whole army. Never, since the rev#lution, has this country sern anything likf the present distress. Confidence is destroyed, sgriculture neglected, and commerce crippled. Father nud sou are arrayed ag'iiibt each ?KUer with deadly weapons, livery assurance has been guaranteed to foreigners, provided they do net meddle with the politics of the country ; but whether we sh<tll be respected when ilu great struggle cornea, ,u yet to be seen. Most of the foreigners have tlags prepared to designate their nationality in case ot need. A few Jays wi 1 probably determine th? fate of Caracas; !?ilf If U' i I I !>. nmntkii ii#>rhiiua v*ura liot'ur.i flu. country can b? placid in a healthy condition.? I'aez is not a man to be trill d with ; utid, as he lays lu hiH "Proclamu" that he is determined to jliastue the parly in Caracas', and id also able, we may expect lie will carry out hia Hetermiuation at all hazards. Moat of the foreign in hi istem hava ordered some m^n-ot-war to b.i at Lai'uayra in case ot eeed. We are oxpectinf a Innate from tiie United States, Mr. Shields having *?j'it despatches to that ell-ct. I clote in tiiii^ for 'lie Venezuela, to Philadelphia. Should anything of importance occur, I will advise you by the lirst opportunity. Common Council. IW*i> or Alukhmem, Maron ltf ?Morrla Franklin, Th? rea'liog (if tho miautse of the last inciting waa 1'iC.Mnfil wuh On inotioa or Aldarmaa Liwat :?<<;*, i]ocuin?nt No 19 it t*e Board cf Asuintaot AMnrm?u. relative to Changb< th? oitjr chartar waa tak?n up; aftar which b? fur'u-T inorrd the adaption ol th? dicum-ot, aj a wbol", tad not by pnotu nc. at thn tim* w*? ?bort before ta? >!o?iug <>f ihe Legislature, aad all posiit'l) halt* waa maeeearj. All K*?*a?aid hotbaa^h It was not nenetsary to v In tuah haeta The document bad nit be*n referred o a comui'Ue* of ttiia Board, hut wan just as it eamx 'torn the Board of AMifttant* Tli* nulij'Ct wa* thus 'uahed upon t.ia nutlce of tba Board, aud ke v?n uot T'par ad to ret nvo'i !' H? kn*w that ant-adine.it* n<re ?i?eat*ary, aud h? had am?nd>i?iiia tu after, if he I'mald a* allowed DO t"> do Aid L*wb*?cb Ik id tfcat It waa nacmnarj tkst tha iibj,<v -"houl l ba attended iO at onca Ta>>ra wen* also wverai ochar matter* whmb it wan nrc rrary to atteud i i'., -tim ut c. - iuiain,( ijj? time or ta? ?,>aru, ano ??? for? bi? B<o*?.d ibe (ii<it ous qoestiou. *tU >1*h:ivol? roia to iu?ka some r^na .rkj relative 0 the ijuf. '.he pr??io?< 'jue?iion h??ing 8>< n 1'ur b* had B? right t<> aay any thing on the subset. 11a tbougQt U whs ??ry uugsntWmauly tbat the n lio'Uy ?ht u ,1 b? chokt-d eut in t.iat way. The qu??lion irun thau put unci lost. Aid. I,\w*k*ck then m ivud tbo adopliaa of the docu wblcb w >e oppo?i*d by , Aid. h'?m, wha w?s willing to in act, frim night to it lit, until the suljtct should be fairly di-cosed of. Awl Mk?kroi.k tUMight it ivm vi"y liiibn *1 in tha VUarmsn >.t ibe 8th ward. 10 wi^b thus io push the charer tkr ugh the board -It wea too lnucii like Jacob's ioat, t( tv* many colors A.d LawRKBCK otf-red a resolution cutting off the |l*cu?*i(>n, And tha*. the voon the adoption tf the h rler be takan at Do'elnck, which ?4R loft. Aid. ruatKR tlMn uuircd th-it the document bet*k n ip tiy o'lona, which wan carried. After an amendment off?ro'l by that gentlMuan to ,he tlrst s'ctlon. which wasloat, '1 be S'.o?ion wa? adopted The eticond second section was t!?en Adopted. Tb- ib!:d raation, piovidlnK for tbe election of city >tflc?rs. was opposed by Aid i'uraer ani M ??role, on h< grnuud (f the - m: rsctiesbility ( f el'-etlog city of 1 -are at ibe r n'tal faction; bat wits, after ooLsiderablo l SC.1..I0U hitopte.l I n? #tT?rfcl auction* i?er? then rerrr < ly adoptaJ. md lb* cle.ik w*n directed to hate tha ducumeat, dnly at eiitKS'ed, sent to tha Laglilttur* 'v,J. Kr R1 gare ni.ttce tbK he fhonld present a re?on't > i f( r 'rte rnonsidaimtion t-f the fubjeot at the naxt nee'ltu of ih- Seird I'l M UiU - i'bn tax bill was then taken up. but elicited io ;i*cuiision Aa vuiaudinent supplementary to the j ii!l p,v rmirji* f.iM OdO for pATlrg Uro->'l**y. h?twe?u i.?u ? ??nJ V.-s. j ? wk i IN'Hu." pa*?ra?nt, r s n-faired 10 th? fintnc* oowmit'?" ?'ha bill w .a ] hi. .-id , 'rl, and ordered to bo transmittal to th? Lf- , ntUtf [ h'ltr I) pitrlm'nf.? A r ntnmunf(mtlon wm rao#lTfd | iOiii th? c *i'f K gloetr i>l*' th to tb? UI'k'*0?10' ?"* luot, of l?tr, of huh of th? ranmb^ia of t ha de?a imimt, 1 ,iiil r"0i aa.u?i>uiun 'bnt a'm itbiuft bs donf> lo ?top th? i oroh ot tUa inc-nulary. Ald?rm?n Fkbki off?r?il a nttoliiHoa diraeting tha i >layor to otfur a i?w?rd of $Mi) l"r tha dttaatlon and I < u? lotion of any p?r*on who (ball ftc? a building bafora j bit laat di.y of Mar ? ? *t Adopted. I'll* Board than adjouinad. 1 ? ERA] I~ ?I'hMtrlMi anil Dluilml. The Park Thcatrk has rather suddenly suspended, until Monday *T?nlnn next. assigning for rauR* tu? Indisposition cif a principal perform?r. Bowpthv Theatrk.-Thfl T?ry thrilllcjt dram* of ' The Bottle, or the Cause and V.ffect," ?m revired at this theatr?, last eTenlnff, before ? crowded house, and wm pr* rented by a vary full and efTectira o.'?t The Idoid?nts eoniiee'ej with the plot, are d 'Signed to Illustrate the many arils, that attach to the career of intemperance. tr-ied to Ita source, and carried on through a serl?s of erlm?* and rxofR"** until n fatal doom, that s walls the n-oflL- ?t?, pn's an end to his madd'ned ceursa the victim of whloh he dies Id a prison, where he lies, confine. 1 a ? a felon, tile murderer of his own wife, which Is caused by Intemperance A more forcible picture of the tIob of intamperanoe in all its aspects, oould sceroely be pressnted than this powerful druma, holding'the mirror up to nature" in ?lrld portraiture. The principal ch> r ?ntei- la tlila pl'oe is Richard Thornly. a m?ohanlc The part was performed by Mr Clar*. nn<l his graphic delineations of th? d'lf>reat ?Ug?s of the ?lee of drunkenness, whather under the domestic ro*>f, or with the boon compaulon, w.?r? ablv given, and elicited frequent bursts of applause. Kuth Thoroly, tb? wife who falls a vlotlra to ber hushand'i wrath, lin d?r the Influence cf "tha bottle," was also performed with cinch truthtuln<>*s bj Mrs. Phillips. Th? entiru oast acquitted thenselve* In a manner Mghly creditable, end the nlaow went eff rncst tucoeWully It will be r?p?ati"d th?s evtnlo,r; and, fro;- i's vsnptlon la^t n!i;ht, we predict a crowded bouan will be present tn witn??s a repetition of tne piece. At tlie conclusion, Mr. Clarke was called out, and was loudly applsuJad. 1 he " Hu> md Cm" succe?rfed. In which Mr. Marbla Rhone on' in tbe ohtur*ct?r of Lot. in Ms richest Yankee oolors. The house ws.s kept oorvulsed with laughter thronghont the pfrfor-nttuni.and Mrs. Stiokney's M"s fr'l*i)io<n was an ndini-able personation, showing off the part of a buxom old busband-hunt'ng demoiselle to effect. iler acting throuifh^at ?ai eroellent, and kept t.be home in a roar of laughter. Tho varied oorablnatlon of attractions nipht'y presented here, have met with a due appreciation from tb? numerous patron* and supporters of this truly popular theatre. The enga reraeot hIwhv of some uttraotlve u star," to oo-operv.e with the excellent stork company that ara invarUhly to ba found n'taoViod to the Bowery, may bo considered a Olstiagulstiins feature in the ?bl? management, that gives it so prominent a position among th'> diff?rent tbe tricel resorts for evening recreation aud entertainment in cur city, und it Is ? source of deep satisfaction 10 the numerous friends end patror.8 of " Old Bowery." to psroeiv\that uuler tho change of management the attractions nightly put forth fully sustnin the high an t acknowl"U<-d reputation which this popular theatre has to long and so deservedly oujoyed Chatham Theatre.?The tragedy of ' Drulus," with Mr. Addauis in that character, was the principal attraction at this theatre last evening ; and quite a numerous audience were present, to witness hit performance of this, one of his best parts. The play was well put on the stags ; and all the accessories were well arranged Mr. Addatrfs, as the liberator of Rome from the tyranny ef the Tarquin, wits very effective We <'o uoc ku;>.? that we havi* ever h-ard s more onergHiia, an I, ind ed, awful pi.'oe of declamation, than tho indignant r'joinder of Brutus to Sextus Tarquln whe.i th<> la^-er. looking on Brutus ns llic silly f.'Ol who was ho jest of all RotHI 40tails to him ths d?viii?h outr g* ou LuorsUa,'.ttn Rowan matron. In the scne, too, wncre he addrescei tho assembled wuititnila who are gathered in the forum to itwtho remain*of ths violated matron, he was most happy In his modo of ' rlivery Throughout tho whole pleat, Mr Add tins g??? n it poffSct sat is fiction, as the r pcated pUudits ot the au lienoe testifisd. Dancing l>y Miss Deloraine. and the amusing farce of ' Sst a Begg-ir on Horiehaek," and tre drama of ths " id! it Witness," oonoladed the evening's performance. This evening will be c. gala one at the Chatham, as both Mr A Haois ?ad Mr Bootk will appear?the first in the play of ' William Ttll," the latter asSirUilesOvsrreac.il. It is seldom there is an opportaatty to see t wo su-.h eminent aot irs on the same evening at the same theatre The public ought to take advantage of this occasion. Broadway Oijbon.?The Model Artists ttill hold ont here, and are visited by graat uuwbeis. Cowckrt RorH-rThe Modsl Artists a^d E'hlopean singing at this housa attract quit* u number ? ( visitors every evening. Palmo'i OrtRi Hov?k ?The ^flodcl Artleta here will ?pp?ar this evening in a variety of grouping*. k arimsTTo'i Canarth, end Dr. Valeot'n*'* j >k?s. its., ftra?,itr^ctin< large a.vl.'incs ivl tue Society Li'orary. They are botb wll wrth vlaitiag. Mr. Eahisit.t Williams tak^s a benefit to nleht at the Atoh atr??t th?atre, Philadelphia; he wtd pp?-ir bo'h ia "Born to Good Lu ^k," an I in tbe ,lIiisu Pont." We hop* for him which ha so ri :h)y deserves? a rull house. ClBCUi. BoWIHT AMrHITHKATRF.?Th'? U'u?.l ucomslon of good h:>aaee t<> wlt.r.ti th* floe petf tnnaaoea, n 1 hauila here on the alrcc to :h ir ii.Mrnns Btirtlas is a Bret rate munag-T, and li* gentlemen *i*?elated with hint ore not a * it b'hlud hnn I The feats nf the rieg h*?e always heen n?ou|i*rly attraotiv* la New York, and the good ridiDg, witly sayings, pr?c*ful and dari: g trymna?tic **1 paniomlmld feata of the Amphitheatre company will never let tirim fall ou* of f,vor. To-night a mo?t amazing programme of e terf?in!n??j|? will be ijon? through with for the heoeOt of Mr Warren Draper. The grrat magician, the Kaklr 01 Ava, Ca*itu?r, the draminer; Kru.p. the alown ; Madam* Carroll, (ilenroy, Holland family, u?gro melodies, Sweet, W. B. Carroll Sto., kc , will all appear. Christy's Minstrils ?The excitement caused by these t^nuises ia a till In th? r.ssendant like Byron's h?ro, '-In their lineaments we tiar*, what time shall strengthen, not elf ice," and ae th?y have been s'.reng'.buning new for the last twenty-four w^eks, to wn predict th*y will g? on for an e<jaal number more. Th-yhsva got a Gnu programme for this evening, in'-ladlug .ill tne!r aewesc and beat sou^a. Saiilk Brotkkrs.?Convention 11*11, the acta* ?! these darkle*' lehors, is well tilled nigolly to hear their ve-y bnrtcO'il u? voices in the very b'auflful sou^s, Joert*. ?>'leo?. Sic., whioh th?y give t'hey are n .a', initrunirur.allets also, and the way they handle the violin, ] bar jo, bones to , shows that they are ao yotU'g begin titrn lu ruutic. CAMrnrLL'a Miwstrici.j.?Notwithstanding the graat opposition to be stemmed now-a days amom; ttie different Kthloplan bands performing lu the city, Cainph ll'? bucd no d thoir own, >u(i ui?.>t with considerable paUoaug* They are tus'y p?rfor?ere, and give tbeir song", k? . with much The Minerva Rxirm ,>eii>g ?iuUe otntrally located. Is concem?n; of access to atraugers at th? hotels, family parties. Its. Mr. Collins in giving Irlih t-n'ert?in:aont? at Armory Hall, New Orleans. Ij??v Court of Orsa ano TicaMi.iKR.? vliroh 1(1 ? Before fn ige KdwAras. Ald.-rmcn M*s -role an4 I'tial i f *1t'rnnd-r Dunlip alirt Moore for thr Murder of A U. tftiU,- Fo nth Oay.?'iho Court organised at the tisnal hoar, ?tt?r wiuoU th? nawca of the jury wore oall'd, ai d the nntr resumed. Kall. J Iinfiok examined ky the Diotrl.it Attorney. ?Ke*id?l at 16 Spiuae street; ksk the deceased the morning of th? murd?r; lelt tho hou*e of witm-H* bat weeu ton and twelve ralru'es part 9 o'clock t aa'. mnrtim?, MW him afterward" ?t a u* irtOT [>ast II O'tlOOll la th? basement; ho was thm dead; he had oa a blno* frock, bUs!t pantaloons, figured vest. St i ; I uxntniricd the ilici ?e 1 at. the time to eee if his uiotniig wan torn, I found It w?? r.ot Croat txamintd ?Q ?How do yoa know that It We.s between t*n iiud iwriv.? minutes p*?t. 9 o'clock? A ?I liad?u appointment to. go (IsnU.g that day wlt'i n friend and upon lonkr g at lh? almarr o md clook, we f land tb*t we wouli hare but nn hour's hsbing ?beu It would b? full tld* oi tho bar. and we pogtponmi th? appointu>e*t to another time; deceased did not ko iuto Jfhuaou'f. he want luto Chaiabeiiam's lo leave a co..t th?rn ( 'ranch McIiittik examined ?Is a sf?gn driv?r; drive for Hattl -I I a..d Md Hand; :i on tho B<>w?ry nod Houston street Hue; ki.ows ihe pilsonar; ?>* lutn pr-vio'>a .e his atree'., o ' the i9:h of October list; li* rod' h trip and a half wi u ra*; ft* got on with va* a' the norner i t t atharlne and halha.mtrek , aike I prisoner Uo?? lr-'g l<? had bean her?; be replied that he **? ?. rk in? at his trade with Mr N 111, wuo owed him mon?j. and ib.it hn woulj slay with him until !ia iioar !> 1 it ou sml ?1 witini? if hn inst him wltn any one ' > rail htm Mourn, as *hat th < nam* h>> *?ot nn Inr; I kn^w hna prnylously by thn Pauin i f Dnnlap r>r two j?*rr; h? ,iiui with witn?ss at ?r iwj 'elook. r.nd remalund with riioi upwards of two b"urs. MtiaiUT A Ureor Attmlqfd. Knows thn prisoonr; boardnd with me Hit Oetobsr. at 41 Hamilton str??t; >im urtuilly change ! till sh:rt < n S*bb*ta dny and on Thursday but wfsne?? ia not ponil.ltn Crou-rxmtiTM'l H - cane home to dinner thn diy on whioh tha i r in" th-r?; b? inn kilt earn* aloon, tnJ his conduct mi us u?uil; his gsunral character in hahonre ?u good. Direct r'tumtd Hrd no dlfflco'ty with hlra ; thern ?as ions difficulty In thn house; th?re w?s som"thii.< nld of his baring insuitnd pout one. and witat rs a?k? i jim if hs had don" to; hn said net; thsrn was a ,o?r." n irnsan*, and wt.nnia usk*d that pnrson If hn had; hn >eraon replied hn h>id; ha again nor.'.radl^Wd parson nd binwI to f>? angry; wltotss' husbacd was pre**. % ind niadnsonm remark. and witness tbongbt prlsonar ;?r<? him the lin. nuua which I sat 11 * mid ha no Pailaielphia rioters In my houit*; ' dl 1 not uiakn uen of thn fords Philadelphia kiiUr.or Philadelphia sharnh burnt?; I n<<v?r haard t,t ?uoh worJs no.'I tha p Una mit|i)Dtd thein Jri.ii 4?(<oiMiak eto.minad Kn^ws th? prisoner; t?* in thn ampioy of Mrs 0?y< n *-t October; rscollnots j .taed-y on w.j.ah ihn prisoner w.<s errnit?d; It w?s the Jay of ft" Tn?rd r; ha (>* )< hoon t dine 'f that day; i Ics not know whe^hnr hncbungnd his shirt that day ' r not; hn was ia tha hatdt. of koIkr to bis room ey?ry lay, wnnn he oamn borne to dlr>n*r. A quaation haying a.iaan in ?g?T I <o t!;n nx^ml- slHti.iu ot .Mitluirrn, an having uin ?j i-u nil urtt in No umbc l?st, aid ur on bis pr?MMt x , uiuutlo ; hi???or? o surannTtSnt dilt y tV Dl" noi V" -j ? ur?- j ios* d t'> allow h.ra to tnrsah hi (iitmory ! / i - .? b>- Htrt iavit Mr U?*ha?, * th? part of th? pr'ionnr. oVjfo nl, lo- i .smuch as lite >.(lliavU w*s uos in his own hn ' " it- i I)*; and ihs ruin was, that a pA^nr aot ?ll lu i? httitfrntiog ot'a witness cou .I n> t glr^n, wiieu < n an oral ixamiiiatlon, to r fresh his uinm ry. ! hn Dnrr.icr AiTontir lunistci that ths:<* w^s u<> .wl.,1 ....... . h. .?kl..?i t h .i. hu Ktildaei ?.?? :.m! <j ih* wltJ^M ; It w?n /ili not ?- inuott M II t r wbftlrf 01 t in la his hundwriliB* i ? ' H " " therefore, IrgulB*U to ?llow UM wltn?M kO 1JC* ?t it. After k>b? tar ; LD. I - %rmm CtoM*4 thm- 'ii> on ho *** tb? mn?'*T up. without ?if <t*ol*l m from th* ' our' rh*o?*?? for t>i? 'i-n.iL >n h*r? olo*? ) Mr O a a m a m r>?ld t.Vi<7 * uiH not m?k? ?ny f ttu?1 I opening for ?.h? d*f-n?-. H* th-n pro<ja?dad to raid imimony taken d' *?n- #??< '<? Philad Iphl* . IIoiaiwa Darhaoh. ?<4'1 'w?n'y t?f' '."atlA^d ^^^B i that alia kaow* \ tan It DunW*> for "Ight f<if? Hod na*?r haard anything d*ro<;*tory to hi* >oV*r%>t*r; that h? w** of ia mil 1 and g?atla t?mo?r, an I rut avMly 'xoltad. Il? w?* an apprantl"* to ?!r Thorn. * p*lnt?r and ^^B ?W*l?r In Phlla l?-'. ohia. Mhi wj no <y>nn*xi >n o' hl? ^^B family JotrrH Imtlkk. aon*t?b'?. ?g*d 40 y??r* -H* r?ai4?a ^^B ! la I'hlltialphU, but not In tha nal-hhorh od of ?h* if tat iif you bit m?n oalla.l kiUar? know no>hlni{ ^^B j about 'U mu [ do not know tha f?n*r?l oharaotar of th? prisoner, but I know aonj"thlnj *g?l'iiit him. J Ann JoH/tto*.-Kuows prisoner; ? ? <- h?*r I anything sgain*t hi* oharaotar until th? p <? it oh \rg?. [ ^^B h?T? iri>n hlxa fraqaautly his f?'bar's hons?; >*'? o' ^^B a rn'ld r.a J {"a le I napir, in my opinion I -'a no cu- ^^B nax'onofhia WiLMtM Cortis. oarpajtar ?Kuot* prison sr b,l?.<att two and thr*a yuarn. I b*ya n?y<>r bs*rt anything ^^B against his oharaoter until tw p*s*?nt o>iir,?i I * * ? hinj roo*tly ono* ? waok; I alwtys thought bo w.w of a ^^B mild t?mt)*r, and oonsldar bi n a sail?, Indus r'.o'n voun/ man Abraham (Jmppirt fx'-minad. Olfaa slaillir tastlmony ws o g?imr*l ehoraotar Mar* 'lo< ok, ?maniatr<w? -Know* the prisoner nlta y ?? *; I* no <**iTi*xlon of Ms; lit* I for t'ca > yfl"* in i h-i *rmu homo wlch him: nay#i' b'i?rd ?nythtl?H >K?h*' him until tho pr<>it*at nhtr/?; hit ohjCMtw It |oo<l; h'? tcinpor I* mild or?d r-nt'* CtTKAHIIK .V'lM ALCXANtlKlt. ?^*d U y'^r* ?ftoow* prlRonur for flyo yn?r*; n??>T h?rrd *o?tblni( n;allllt hi* nhnra*t<tr until t.h? pfsjoc'. c'or*K?; ho i* no oonn<*xlon o! w tn?f.*; hli ch?raot?r io ({o^d; >e in of mill and g*ntl? tmn par, and not aavtly axaHad. Euiia Pkrkini, aijf.d 35 roar* ?Uava similar taatlmo'iy Jamm Ocrr?r,Ar, flxamlnad ?Ir th? ft>hor of th > prUonar; ra?iil?R in Pbllad^lpbi i 296 Wood ?tre?t; thit. part of th<? city in oalla l Spriun <iirdi>n and Is ?ha north**.*tarn par1: of tbx olty. I strr beard tnythin t *?:d ugaitmt tb? oUnrant?r of my roii ; F awvur h v I any tranbin arttb him; hi* hOiit* vtrt <ood; tb4 ?onld"nt to hla ^B uom huppar.od whan h? wn* <? otmi ya^ra olej; b in now ^B nbont nlnetoon yaars of vaon tha aooidont oocur- ^B rnd hla rnotbor bad R*nt him to took ifta* a youogar ^B i>rotb' r; a* bo waa tnrci"? the corn?r of ono of tba trueta, b? oanso in oontant with ar.otb?r b/ywbo w?a running awjy from n oon*t.*hla: tb^t wan til* way In whloh tba uccidant ooanrrad; hla motbar thought *^B nothing of It at tha tiiU". a"d w* did not t Alia any ad li'a about It until it wa* too lata; l>? ohosa tk" p*intiou ( bu*ini'** in praferanoo to a 1 otb-r?, ha w ia bound to Vlr Thorn, uud *otnn dll^r?nna a oaf b<?tw**n th?a? iu iB r?aHrd to inatruotion* whi?h Vlr Thorn b?d promiaad to / H ?ivi* htm in ralation to rl^n painting, whiah waa tha s IB oau*a of bis haying laft him H OlUoar Bloom w?* rc-call?d for tha dafanoa, to Idantl- h fy tha clothaa which tba prisontr h?d on wbao ha wai H nrraat'd H J of. l T Thorv, tha pri*on?r'.* master, axamlnad? H Know4 tba prlao ;ar at tba bar; tha prisonar rnma to H witnaMin Juna, IH45.#od loft hiui In Avgnit, 1847; wit ness i* a painter and glttKl.T; priaonar'a charaot#r ia H l d.')'I <> <x >i* <il n>'?* luiow.i: nsrur knx T him to b*IODi2 to naoj* it olnbs in Philad-lyisUu u?vcr knew him to h< la any riot; ba* entiafled hiaisnK of that; prUon?r (ltd not b'loi % to thrt g*ut( of \t rtodn oili?d kiil?r?; his dl?p?<ition wui usually mild; the r' ?ioo he lefi, vii iabd diiTsr*r>ce about inntruntloni which 1 promleoj to Riye him, I <iid not botbur iuy?elf about hiui at the tiia*; 1 th"Bi;ht he would be bao'i again; he laft m? without mycoueent. v VIr. MtTTNF.wi ui-called. to prove that ths clothes now produced were tboVs which th* prisoner bad un when he u?-r. him oa the molningof th? uiurdsr. Thn cam for the iefeone w?* h?re r??Ud. a* 1 a ruc^n for r.a hoar wun tiki'Q to the couneel for thn define* ru epport unity ol ?rraniilni{ their note?. After the r*c??? Col Ja*k procRndul to rum up for thedafenoe, aud was fallowed by \ir B O'Connor for the proeecutioo. Afl-r Mr O'Connor had fioiibed, the cu't adjourned. Mr. Graham will ieply to-morrow (chi?) wri luu! uit-r which ttitt Dlncrlot Attorney wi.i UuUh oa bthtlf of t'lO p?op)9. Coubt ok Ukivekw. S?:i?io.*?. March IH ?Before R?iior j?r Sool t eud Ald?rm*n Furaer and Tappau. Jouaa Q PniUlpi, K?q , Aedfitaut DietriC Attorney . Cm' of J*K< i if int'oiifr^ ?The tri?l of John Montgomery, for fc??iiiiK a disorderly b >u??, eomm?no?d on Tu?? J iy, wa? refloated thu raorn'nn, whi>n tireral additional witneftR e wero called by the tlefenoe?i<ut r.a evidence of Importitnoo w?yt cli-.ila I, however Tka fta^a wae tb?n givsn ' > thn ju-y, un'l?r tbe <-?>%rne of the coart; hut up to a lain hour Ust r-Ubt tU'ru war* ?? eigiu of a vrdict biio* rendered. IUi.ri\i )H.K, Mirch lti, ISIS. Severity of the Smxon?Thc fleceptien of yfr. Clay?Tylrrism Cast Out?SI Patrick's Day Theatricals, fyc. Tli" w ither continue* most decid*d!y cold; indeed, tiie whol?; winter haa f.\iled to produ ? aay.hiutf to in-itch tli?? severity of then** few Raring days. In compliance with a letter from Mr. Clay, soliciting it an a personal favor, our citizen* have reluctantly consented to forego the pleasuro of giving hi.u a grand public racepuon to-day. He represents himself to iiave been almost killed with kindness in Philadelphia and N"w York; aud .is gratifying as it whs to Ins feelings, nis bodilv condition complied him to aik to be spared tue latigue of anv public demonstration mi Ms arnvsl her The meetiag held lust nisrl;t oa this ubject w.ii address- 1 by '/ Collins Lee, who was Joh,>. Tyler's U. S Attorney tor the ytate of Maryland H<-gave a rambling, rattle-brain discourse on a variety of subjects, the mam obj et of which wns to brin^ :n an e\o i.-> lor Ins Tylerism, whic'i was accomplish I in a most lame manner. The main reason lie gave wu.-. personal friendship for Henry A. Wise, who he oaid, procured him the appointment. l'he reception ot Mr. Olav to-d iy, however, will b<* nothing to the L'rand demoustratiou to H come oil to-morrow, at to-; Exchange lloiel, in j honor < f St. Patrick. Tin* tickets arc $5, aua I i-ome two hundred gentlemen a?e expected to sit . -?] down on tae oemuoa. ,] I learn that Mr Cisy will remain in Baltimore several days prior to his departure for home. I le.irn that it is expected dr. Blake will open the Holliday street theatre, vry shortly, with th - 8eguiit troupe, to be followed by mi excellent dramatic company. The city is nearly tiarrea ot amusements at present, notwithstanding the eouatry merchants are coming in preiiy rapidly. rHti.ADXLi'UiA, March li>, 1348. Intelligence from V'tntziula?Firt?Trial for Conspiracy?iMovement* of Mr. Clay, 4vThe captain ot a vessel arrived at Baltimore yestsrday, contradicted the distressing accouun of an itchy anil disorder iu Venezuela, published a week or ten days since in tlie New York Heraid; bat we have Inter dates from Lagaira and Porto Cabello, by the arrival of tti h-ir* Veuit* zuela, which contradict the version &iveu by me Baltimore captain. Capt. Dill, oi the Venezuela, h it Porto Cabello on the 1 t inst , a d at t.jnt time a sanguinary battl w is hourly exjii i ted between President Mouagas, who had inarch* d with a larje force ?<f li>> r tU, to t .* phi im, and(Ti*n Piea, around whom a co <siderabl" .iriny had concentrated. liusiaes* w?? en,rt!y suspended, Had v* ry little , , oducn *rriviiijj Ir in the interior. The old mansion of the Pratt epi?te, a short d'.Htauce nbove^ Faiiumuiit, was almost cntirel; destroy-d by lire yesterday afternoon, origin.>inig Iroin thf sparks front the chimney ilia property belong* t? the city, e.nd occupied ?y Win. Wyrnans. Alderman McCanby of M yam^nainif, who waj some time since convict* d ot conspiracy vruti his olHcers, tt> e* tort money, has been graut<d a new trial. Evidence nas b<?en since discovered which it is expect'd will pr^vr? the falsity ?>t ihe cnar^e and lead to ins a< iuit-tl. Mr. Clay started in the train I?r Baltimore, this mornins He has refused to permit any public demonstration in Baltimore, but a cum* iiuttee Iroin that city have i.evirtlie ess gone out to meet him. Aid to the Roman Catholic Church in A*u rf*.> ? Tlie asdocuitiori (in fcumpe) (or irit* j rnp?K?ilon of th? faith, ha*" to tiM toi-Mona m Vunrlna, tlil.i y??r < 00 t<? th? fe vnp ?f Dubu>) i? ; 'MK> to th? BUhop Ol D.roit ; I 000 to B??>? p of t-l08inn?',ii >30u0 t? Biahup ?f P.iila itipllia ; fMhii in tic i i "?l #*0*1 to U 'f> |> New York;.$1090 rn Fri?rtacf I'M/ N V: #i*w f HultOrl; vfci"<> to N ?hTili ', w LoutavilU; Is (HI* to Biittop > f Vta i o.?? and >11'UO to congregation it Holy > row, ttnut ,Jin.<h<; fri in flu. St U i?i?, >J?.iOto ' iu<yaua >; 53 oOO > Ola top of K'o'.; >7,6ou to B.rfcuo *rt-*r at i ?*,o ; #1 to NatoU. z , M 760 to O.l-a * , ,7 j<K> to Mohjia; >i IHK) t* ' n?ilm>:ou ; t? "'00 to l.al ? ri?la in the Ukl".?4 6 at?<% Vi |j.) to Sk-.-Ij .1 j ^Qi'O'i to Mcctfti/ ot J, u> tn 11 ./ rtV.o i aln-; y.tu u minu i?im in u> \ iivwm'j vc. \j i ? ? \p ' 10. !'> * ??; t3,0<UtO i nuit >.! ou? a .\io .1 ?a ' lo W lu.l n tot.i 'QCf) .1 -?u Vf**'o M I Oul) t* th? Ar -hui.'hop ol l) > on iiitj; *O'O lo Vc r it A|i Jltollo UtJion'a V?.y >ii?,000 tu li i ? i A. i - i?*!i i>(i#tonn ; IIIoVO to U?i?w>, Oku?J? ?oillluU; ?? OiH) (O JMUiti >a i TufSr Wit i tuo il :>n?Moua or tb? p?0(>,?, win uphold *?rj U.<? i\sni >*r cf tamioB*ii oi too c-hurel c? hfuj oj ;&h OontlMM. Ll?at< n?ut J?hn t.oote, uu i??Unii, i?f d r- . Jm * ># hUi morntB*. to join hn r?i.m< ut in M?xi 0 .iifiany Jirgui, M?rih I#. '