Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 10, 1848, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 10, 1848 Page 1
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m m TT JL 11. Whoh Nu. 0004. rrzsws r&oM ixnow. . ARRIVAL OF THE STEAM SHIP HIBERNIA, VSRT ZKPORfAVf. The Progress of the European Refutations. REVOLT IN LOMBAROV. Fighting in Milan and Flight of the Viceroy. RIOT8 IN MUNIOH. ABDICATION OP THE KINO OP BAVARIA. REVOLUTION IN HUNGARY.. TIE NEW CONSTITUTION OP BORE. Attempted XSmente in Hanover. THE REPUBL>C OF LUXEMBURG. Events In Austria and Prussia. The Progress of the French Republic. The Financial Crisis in Europe. ADDITIONAL FAILURES. Postponement of the Revolution in Ireland. Arrest of the Revolutionary Leaders* State of the Markets. fee., &c , fcc. The steamship Hibernia, Captain Shannon, arrived last night at 11 o'clock. She sailed from Liverpool on the 26th ult., and her news is, therefore, four days later than that received by the Washington. The Hibernia arrived off Sandy Hook in the afternoon. She was immediately boarded by the special express steamer Telegraph, Captain Parks, and the files for the New York Herald brought to the city three hours in advance of the arrival of the H. at her pier. The news is important. All over Europe republicanism is springing up in wild luxuriance. Annexed is the intelligence in a few words In Milan, riots of a serious character had broken out, and at the departure of the courier the people and the troops were fighting in the streets. The cause of the riots was the idea possessed by the people that the Emperor was not sincere in granting a constitution. Much rioting had taken place at Munich. The police office had been demolished, and the windows of the palace assailed with stones. The soldiery had forcibly scattered the mob; but it was thought that the abdication of the king was by no means unlikely. There are rumors to the effect that he had already abdicated. In Hanover the censorship of the press has been voluntarily abolished by the king. The attempted immte was a complete failure. Trie failure of M. d'Eichthal is the principal intelligence from Paris. The French republic was progressing. In the provinces of France, the commissioners of the government had been using to the full the almost unlimited powers granted them by the circular ofM. Ledru Rollin The proceedings at Blots, as detailed in an article from the Constitutumnrl, which will be found elsewhere, have justified all the fears entertained from the publication of M. Rollin's circular. The Minister of the Interior has directed a government commissioner to confer with the English consul relative to the claims of the EDg|ioh workmen expelled from Rouen. It is said that the government contemplates the purchase of the railways, paying the shareholders in five per cent stock. At Berlin, all had become quiet, as also at Vienna. The revolution in Ireland had been postponed by the arrest of the revolutionary leaders in Dublin. The financial crisis was intense. Cotton was down a little. There had been an improvement in corn. The following is the last bulletin of the health of the Queen of England: " Bdckisoham Palace, " March 34, 1848, 9 A M " The Queen and the in Cant Prinoees oontlnue well. " l.u.. r,... " Locock, " Robert Fsaousoi*. " H?r Msjesty'e recovery is so f*r advanced that no ^ mora Mlttin will b? iseued " Insurrection In Liombwrdyr. Wo loam alao that despatches have been received in Paris, announcing the important fact that Lomhardy is in high inaurraotlon. It l? stated that the movement commenced in Bergamo end Bresehla, and ensued at Milan ; it ia added that the tri-oeh>r flag was waving over the <fu?mo of the ohateau The following news, corroborative of the above, appears In the Ristrgimento ot Turin TbeVieeroy of Lombardy, having left Milan at & o'clock on the moralng of the 17tb, like corted by A00 huseare. met at Caseano with the cour'er, who was the bearer of the la'.eet news from Vienns. The following proolemation waa posted up at Milan, on the 17th!' The President of the Imperial Government hastens to announoe to the public the contente of a telegrapblo despateh, dated Vienna, 16th Imet, received at /lilt on g "W same day. and at Milan yesterday evening. His lm^a-pettai and royal msj?sty has deoreed the abolition of the 4 censorship, the epeedy publication of a law en the preae, and the eonvooation of the German and Slavonic States/ ae also the oeutral congregations of the LombardaP Venetian kingdom. The aesembly will meet at ttm latest oa the 3d of July next (Signed) "HARTL.'~ On the ISth, M. Caisati, chief magistrate of Milan, want, at tb? iiena or two or tnree thousand persons, to demand the liberation of the individual* arretted In the ooars* of the letter mouth*. Thie demand having been refused, the magistrate retired, and immediately the people eaeembled on the rqueres, and boieted the trl colored flag of Italy (white, red, and green). Several streets were unpaved, . nd the tumult inoreaaed. A traveller. wbo left at 9 o'clock saw several piece* of artillery drawn oat with lighted matches At a short distance from Milan he heard the report of a oannon. Another aooonnt snvs that the hotel of the polloe was oersted by storm and burnt, and a provisional government Installed, under the presidency of the former Podesta Casaatl At Brescia, a similar movement broke oat on the same day, and the Insurgent* made e prisoner of the Austrian general. The entire province of Bergamo was in revolt, The Constitution*. 1 quote* a letter from the frontiers of Galllcie, stating that a general insurrection was imminent in Austrian Poland. The Fr -.nkfar I OazKte of the 30th instant annonnoe* that Trlnce Metternloh bud fled towards the Rhine, and that the Princes* had sought refuge in Bllesia At All la Chapelle, on Sunday night, the people were In a state of anxious restlessness ; many manufacturers having been obliged to reduce considerably the number of tbeir workmen, greot disoontent arose amongst tbem A riot w> s tb* eonseqiienc*. Tb* first chamber of the State#-General has been summoned to meet on Tuesday, the 38tb. Aunts l?. The date* from Vienna ara to tha 18th ult. Tha following official announcement haa been mad* Hit Imperial Majeatv haa baen graolooaly pleased, by s royal resolution *f tha 17ih, to command the oonetitutipo -f a responsible council of mintstars, for tb* deliberation and execution of the principles laid down in the imperial patent of the 15th of Mereh. This council of minister* will consist of the Minister of Foreign Affairs and of the household, tha Mlnlatar of tha Interior the Minister in Justice, the Minister of Finance, and the Mi*f*tor of War. One ?f the ministers will be appointI I E NE N ed president of thl? oouncll of ministers, and will take the lead therein Hla Vthe Emperor baa been pleseed to command the Lord High Chancellor to make known to the burgher* of tbe capital bia Majesty's setisfaetton at tbe faithful loyalty whioh. aa in time* of old, they diaplayed during the laet few day*, and to ex pre i* to them, a* tbe new oomtituted national guard, hi* high approbation of their fealty and loyalty, their aeal and praiseworthy exertion* for the restoration and consolidation of public peace and security, with the full SMUranoe that they will aver retain the aims honorable bearing. In like manner, the admirable conduct of the aoademlc students if equally appreciated by his Majesty, who desire* that hi* high satisfaction may be conveyed to the University and the polytechnic institutes, viz , to the presidents, the professor*, member* of the faculty, and atudenta, for the devotion whtoh they evinced during the last few days, and their very atrenuous exertions for the restoration of the publto peace and security, and these thank* are heightened by the Certain eonviction that, in eo far aa ie compatible with the duties of their oalling, they will ever be equally willing to oo-operate for the consolidation of public tranquillity His Msjesty, the Emperor, by an Imperial decree of tbe 17th of this month, in oonsrquenoe of a humble petition presented to him,has been pleased to deeree that bills of exehangs which ought to have been presented for aeosptsnoe or payment from the 13th to the 18th of the current month Inclnsive, in Vienna, and in the pieces appertaining end Ineluded within the polios citole, shell be valid for presentation on the '20th of this month ?Vienna, Maroh 18 ? lOHAWI* TiLaTzxO.Baaorr Vow OkStieticz. Various addresses here been presented to th j Emperor, I ixareeelTs of rratltude end loyal attachment The procession by torchlight took plMe last uighf, (March 16;. It oommenced at seven. and lasted till ten. Tha whole city wae splendidly illuminated, and the tout enitmblc wae the moat Imposing spaotaele, perhaps, ever witnessed in Vienna. Letters from Preebnrg of the 14th say that immediately the dfsmieel< n of M. Mett'rnich was known, M. 4e Koesath announced It to the Chamber of DepnMes, and proposed that they ahouid go in a body to the Archduke Palatine, to aak htm to convoke the Chamber of Magnate* to adopt an addreea of the depnties. The Deputy Zala declared every one who should not join M de Koseuth a traitor. The deputies went to the Archduke, who was addressed in their name by M de Kossuth The Archduke replied with maoh energy, and was loudly applauded The address was to be sent immediately to the Emperor. The joy <s universal. Prussia. By tha Cologne Qazctte of Much 22, we have news from Berlin to the 'JOth inclusive Tbe Poles had been set at llbarty, and bad oelebrated the event with a great triumph, aooompanied by the people. The king has nobly and promptly redeemed bis pledge to forget past animosities. The following general amnesty appears in the Allgemeine Preuetiiche an g, of March 31 "Yesterday, I declared that from my heart I have forgotten and forgiven. But, in order that no donbt may remain of my whole people being embraced in this forgiveness, and because I will not have the great future of onr Fatherland now dawning\upon us dimmed by paini fal rsminMoennes of-the-peetT tmsraby proclaim- pardon^ i to all who Kaoe been aceutti of onuondemnei for political offence! or offencet perpetrated AyVie instrumentality of J the press. My Minister of Justice, U^Jsn, is charged to give immediate effect to this amnesty FREDERICK WILLIAM. Berlin, 20th of Maroh, 1818." i In the offloial journal a circular of the Minister of suatioe. giving directions for the fulfilment of the royal amnesty, immediately follows : "All tribunals and the procurator-general in the Royal Couft of Appeal at Cologne are to see to the immediato xeqathm of the preceding royal decree, and in coose qttSBeeAo provide for the immediate liberation of all 1 persons to whom the amnesty extends, provided they are not cumulatively detained on aocount of other crimes. Uhdir, Minister of Justice Berlin, Maroh 20 " This appears to have been the last act of M. Uhden in his ministerial eapaoity, for this notification immediately follows : "The resignation of the ministers of justice, Von 8avigny and Uhden.|and also of the minister Count Stolberg. presented beiore the proclamation of the 19th instant, nave to-day been acoepted. I have nominated M Bor-' nemann, Doctor of Laws, minister of Justioo. and have summoned M Camphansen, president of the Chamber of Commerce, to stand by ay side in the eapaoity of minister. The direotors of the vaoant ministerial poets will continue to discharge their dutiee till they are definitively filled up." There is a fine and kingly spirit evinced in this arrangement, by which tha last act of the retiring minister ia to be made one of elemenoy and oblivion tor former grndges. Some of the incidents whieh characterized the proceedings of tha 19th in Berlin are given in the German papers, and are well worth transcribing. it appears that the withdrawal of the troops in the forenoon took plaoe contrary to the advice of the king's oouncillors The king replied to a deputation of eitieene the same sentiments which ere expressed ta the proclamation ''to his beloved Berlinese," and imposed as a condltlen oi the withdrawal of the troops, tne clearing of the barricades. In answer to a remark of the king on the great ness of his power, a man who aooompanled the deputacion made the following firm reply : ? "A vlotory, vour majesty,would in this ease be equivalent to a defeat." Thus, by d'grees everything was granted-ohange of ministry, release of prisoners made during the night, and withdrawal of the troi ps. It was a fine sight to see the retirement of the soldiers from he rearful service In which they bed he en engaged, the people ihowing their Joy by weeing of white flags from the windows, and by songs end shoots of joy The king grented the release of the prisoners in person, eppeerlng (Or that purpose et the baloony of the palaoe. In the matnwhile great rrowds assembled on the Sohlossplatxe, end In the oourt of the palace, in order to ohoose deputations te the King, preying for an armed clvio guard. At the same time, as if by general eon sent from all quarters, the dead bodies of eitlssns killed in the oombet, oroked with flowers, wsre brought in funeral procession to the royal palaoe. A mass of people with here heeds accompanied the profession. Four of the bodies, fearfully disfigured and covered with green boughs and flowers, were drawn in open biers np to the gats and under the baloony of the palace. Load cries were then raised (or the new ministry, Count d'Arnim and Count Sobwerin, to appear on the baloony; but these shouts were drowned in a great ory of "The King " The King, accompanied by the Quean, leaning ou his arm, then appeared on the baloony, and saluted the people His oountenance was much agitated, and the Queen, at slant of the deed bodies, instantly retired In vain a party of the assembly around oried for silenoe, as the shouts drowned the King's voios; but a few words were beard, and the King, unable to get heard, retire j amidst aoolamatlons. Then the stout voioe of Count Von Arntm was heard from the balcony, from whence he managed to get heard for a few minntea; end amidst many fnter I raptions, spoke nearly as follows : "Gentlemen, I thank you from the bottom of my heart for the attention you j have kindlv naid me The men whom the Ktn? ha* onn? mora sailed to him in order to work with him for remodelling the oonatitntlon on a free end lasting bails oennot fulfil thie object unlees you support them end unleae you contribute to the restoration ot order in the city" Here storm* ot "Hurrahe," "Vivas," "Yes, y*?," No, no," interrupted the minister, la the midst of hloh a young men, wboee pale oheeks and glaring eye* told of the combat of the previous night, raised himself on the shoulders of the byatanders to addrets him.? " The people," he said, "require, aboyo all, arm* with which they can defend themselves, and no longer allow themselves to be killed without defence " Count von Yrnlm answered. "The military have, by order of the king, retired The people has no longer any attook to fear from them, and eon return peacetollv to their usual ocoupationa " " Tho people," retorted tho young man ' require* the Prince ot Prussia to renounce his cleim to the throne." At these word* the minister retired from the baUony. The crowd set up a great ehout, but the ory ol " Peace?to onr home*," having the pretoode ranee, the mase began to separate. At this moment Count Sohwerln spuko from the balcony, and was received with a loud hurrah. He said : " You have heard that a new ministry has been formed, of wbi h I have the honor to form a part. I give you my word tlia*. all shall be done for you ; all your rights shnll be attended to. Do you, on your parts, do all In your power to prevent any disturbances. The arming of the citizens will immediately take place under the superintendence ot your beloved Herr Von Mlnntoli." In the evening the arming of the citiasns commenced and the olty was illuminated On the morning of the 'ffith a large orowd assembled before the palace of the Prince of Prussia.threatening to demolish it; but the words 'Property of the pooplo?na* ttonal property," being wrl'ten in targe characters on the walls, the demolition did not take place, t he houses of other unpopular Individuals were attaoked, but no damage ot any moment done At noon on the 'JOth a large assembly of studenta took piavt* iu ujv cuiei leoium ruvui ue in uDiTurmij, koi inf purpose of arming After the close of the meeting, Count Hebwerln, the new minister of publio worship, addressed them. The do ws that the Ministry ol Jn?tine had been given to Hsrr Boruemenn, and the Ministry el h'inance to Herr Camphausen, who had been called from Cologne for that purpose was reoetred with great joy. A deputation of Poles waited on the king, on the evening ol the 19.h, to petition lor the libera Ion of the Pcftfl, lien prisoners lately tried?the result of the petition was# the opening of the prisons at Moabit, at 1 e'olock on the 20th The prisoners were all set tree, and they went in triumph to the palaoe, accompanied by a great crowd, shouting and otherwise expressing their Joy. The hers< a ware taken from the carriage in which Micros.awski was, and It was drawn In triumph by the crowd to the palaco, and thence to the University, the king oomlng out to witness the sight on the baloony. Mleroslawskt steod la the carriage, which was open, holding a black, red, and gold flag in his hand, and crowds Irom the windows and In the streets greeted him with waving of handkc rohlefi In various parts of the oity bowls are plaocd, into whioh numerous donations are put by the passenge<s for the widows end orphans ol those who fell on the Htb and 19th of March The Pruutan Statu Oasette says .?"The orphans and widows of theheroas who fell on the 18th and 19th of Maron, and many who are severely wounded and In oapaeltated from work, are in the greatest distress It Is e saored duty to aid them In this time of need, and will, we are sure, be gladly fulfilled by their fellow-oitisene " A letter fiom Alx la Cbapelie, dated March 91st, says,the night has passed nver quietly, and there has been no further breaoh of the puaee sine# order was restored by the military, who acted with the greatest forbearance It. Is confidently expeoted that similar scenes will not bs repeated there. All was quiet at Berlin on the 99d ull, The concession* granted by the King had been received with universal enthusiasm I 0 W YO KW YORK. MONDAY M< la Lolpeic. on the Hth, the towu wn illuminated In honor of the yiotory gained by the Inhabitant' of Vienna oyer Metterwoh,and the announcement of a oonatltntloa to Auatrta An addreaa of congratulation waa signed by numerous inhabitant to their" Brother* in Auatria." The new* of the gra-t of a oonatltutioa had bean received with the wildest enthusiasm in Pi ague. Bkblir. March SO ? At one o'clock to day the Pollab prisoner* were all set at liberty. They Immediately repaired in triumphal procession to the king's palace, the people, by whom thry were accompanied, exhibiting the utmost enthusiasm at tbla manifestation of royal ol?mency. Hia majesty nppearod on the baloony, and waa loudly cheered. M. Mieroalawakl was In a carriage, the horse* of which were taken off by the people, who supplied their piaoas, uttering loud exclamation*. Tito royal amnooty for political and proa* offences i* oirculoted by thousands, and I* every where received with the greatest demonstrations of Joy. Yesterday evening the following proclamation waa issued Hie majesty the King, in conformity with the wish of the inhabitant* of Berlin, has been pleased to grant the arming of the burghers; and the following provisional arrangement* have been adopted by the undersigned:? Bee. 1 That a burgher guard be organised. Sec. 2 That the burgher* and resident foreigners take part in the same Seo 3 That the expenses of the equipment be defrayed by the city. See. 4 The olvic guard (ickvtzen gilde) are summoned iustanter, and a given number of burghers shall be armed forthwith Sec 3 All future legal regulations respecting this organization will be issued with all speed in the next few days Berlin, Much 19. 1848 Von Mimitoli, Holhkin, Crane, Haack, Dr Wokniokr, Devranne, Kauo. Tbe arming of the students has also taken place this morning In rerious parts of tbe elty bowls are ptaoed, into which numerous donations are pot by the passengers for the widows and orphans of those who fell on the 18tn and 19th of March. The PrtutiAn Stale Gazette says, " the orphans and widows of tbe heroes who fell on the 18th and 19th of March, and many who are severely wounded and incapacitated from work, are in the greatest distress. It Is a sacred doty to aid them In this time of need, and one which will, we are sure, be gledly fulfilled by their fellow-oitisens."?Prussian Stale Gazette, Mareh'1'2. Aix La Chapklle, March 21 -The night has passed oyer quietly, end there bas been no further breaoh of the peace since order wae restored by the military. wbo acted with the greatest torbearanoe. It is confidently expected tbat similar scenes will not be repeated; their inevitable result. Is to augment tbe sufferings and add to the evils, which In those turbulent times ought to lie boldly met at eveiy sacrifice. Every burgher must do Ms part to contribute to the maintenance of order, for disturbanoee will inevitably lead io we mosi paimm resuics i ne municipal council nas | just issued the following proclamation ? " Follow citizens ! - Disorders of a most painful nature Ltook place in our city last night, by whioh property and kcrscnal security were endangered. 9 " These riots, however, were not caused by the burghers in general, tor they have ever manifested a love of order ; but, as we can testify, they were instigated by a small number of malevolent persons. " Fellow oltizena oi every rank, we adjure you to aot with all energy to avoid a reourrenoe of these soenes.? Let eaoh exert his influenoe for (he prevention of evil Let parents and masters, espeoially, consider It their bounden duty to prohibit ueir ohildren and servants from being present at sceneaof riot and insubordination. Fellow citizens, the time of politleal freedom?that period so long and earnestly desired, has arrived. We stand on the confines of a better era. Let not the opening be sullied by tumults Let us prove tbat while we desire olvil and politioal liberty, we are at tho same time anxious that the property and seourity of individuals be not merely unendangered, but rendered far more safe than hitherto. The municipal oouuoil of this city, whioh has already made arrangements for the immediate exroutlon of works by our fellow burghers ot the working olassee, to seoure te them the means of subslstenoe in these times of difficulty, will do all tbat is requisite for. the maintenance of peace. Thus alone will it be possible to avert.the complete stagnation of trade, and keep open the channels of subsistence. Fellow-eitisensThe munieipsl council depends upon yonr co-operation, and will assuredly not be disappointed in its hopes Aix la Cbapelle, March 21,1848. The Mnnleipal Council. ?Jit m la Chape lie Gazette, March JI. Bkhlin, March 30.?Prussian Funds.?Saint Sohnd. Soh , 83>i bills. Late politioal events have so entirely absorbed the publio attention that soarcely any business was done at the Bourse to-day.? Univertal Pruttian Gmz , March 21. The French Republic. Paris, Thursday, 6 P. M'.', March 23. Another calamitous commercial failure has taker place to day; the bank of D'F.iohthRl St Co. has stopped. The house bad a Urge German connection, particularly with Munich, and its failure la sonsideredto bathe great*4iit di?Mt<>r whinh hun v?t AftAnp?d Ail the Russian* residing in or visiting Parli bare received an order to leave it by to-morrow. Count d'Appony remain* for the pretent, although hi* departure is expected business at the Bourse was flat; the Threes fell to 60, and the flTM to 70)*; Bank shares, 1650 The project ot the government reepeating the railways, which I mentioned iu my letter of this morning, is, I am informed, a* follows : ? Government proposes to take loto its own hands all he nnfloishod lines; the shareholders will be required to p ijr up their full amount ofeapttal, and trill then reoelve Ave per oent stock at par. We have learned, from quarters the correctnese of which can be relied upon, that the demonstration made on Friday at the Hotel de Ville, by the -JO,000 operatives, was got up by the'government, at the cost of 500,000 francs Ka?h operative was paid two francs, and the officers five francr. Notwithstanding the flattering reports issued daily in the bulletins of the Ministry of the Interior, we learn t hat the proclamation of the republic has encountered he most formidable resistance in several of the departments and ot the ohitf provincial towns. In some of ineee it required ail the despotio authority enforced by d Ledru Kollinon hiaormmlisarie?|to get it proclaimed It is sold that a project is entertained for transferring the Btbliotheque Koyale, now called the Bibliethceqne Nationale, t? the Tuileries. It has been oontemplated for a considerable time back to ereot a new and more spacious buildisg for the roval library, the old building being in oil respects unsuitable and Insufficient The Palaoe of the Tuileries would unlnuhtmllv htk a hnilriinis unrrhv nf mirth a niirrosrt. By letters from Era*, we bear that the Duobess of Orleans was Using there In complete privacy. Besides her I two sons she had but few persons with her, amongst vbora was the Count de Morn ay Her mother, the Duchess-Dowager of Mecklenburg Sohweriu, arrived on (he 8th, to assist and console her daughter, who on her arrival was destitute of tbe commonest necessaries. Yesterday a grand demonstration topk place In the ''hamp de Mars. Great numbers of workmen, accompanied by Innumerable flags, ai^mblrd around tbe - Tree of Liberty," which had hewf planted the previous day, atid whloh the olergy of jfto* Calllou had consecrated. In compliance with tl* wish expressed by a deputation who waited on bim, pf Ledrti Itolllu, Minister of the Interior, went to tjiv Champ de Mars, and addressed tbe people, lie jinked thorn in the name of the provisional governmental the name of France, and in the name of the whole tn^d, for having had the idea of renewing on thatepot the great eouvenir of the fadera tiou ol 1700, when France, divided into castes, aristocracies. and provinces, came, on the appeal of the people of Paris, to abjure on the altar of the country old hatreds aid divisions, in order to form henosforth only one people, the French people There was, he said, another souvenir, that of the Champ de Mai, when the people, threatened hy foreign Invasion, rose with indignation to defend their nationality At that time, Europe, belcg deceived by Its rulers, believed that 'bey intended to Invadn It, aad tbe French had Waterloo But that ay tbey answered the sublime reply by sending It liberty: \fter mentioning tho effect caused by the revolution In Germany and in Austria, and after stating that other nations would follow their example, M. Ledrn Rollln said:? "We havo the right to be proud, for to the defeat of Waterloo we have only to oppose a cry of deliverance and liberty! Salutation to thee, O tree! glorious sym hoi of tbat deliverance aod that liberty! Salutation to thee! I predict it with joy?In this place In which sixty t care ago people came to fraternise in the name et 11hertv?In this place we shall soon aee deputations of the whole world ranged around thee! Around thee will will come to group themselves, united In a common embrace and a common love, the members of tho great hniuod : itnlly, who have been so loug divided, eud who will bs us ooiated by the great Freuoh family in their liberty aod triumph !" M Lrdru Kollin then recommended the workmen to w vunn muvtr, luiunoryoi Tl?e l? ?B|?mwihjub. The cry wos lmra*diutelv ncho*d by the crowd, and shouts of "Vive Ledru Ilollin!'' wers slso heard. Au ( Id invalid who had belonged to the republican arnilee, aetata the minister's hand, and pressed it to hia heart, , #but hia emotion was ao great that ha oould not utter a word. An ofHoer than advanced, and. with teara in hia eyes, expressed the pain whlnh waa felt by ofllaera and j soldier* at being kept away from Paria, and requested that the army might ha f irthwith raoalled. M Ledru Rollin protested with all hia strength againat the die- | truat wnlch had been ihown towarda the army. It waa not. he a id, poeaibla to divt 'a the people and the army 'The people," aaid ha, "is the army, the army la the ' people, la not the army the moat generous portion of the people, the blood of our blood? Glory lo tho army! Did It rot remember In Rohmary that It waa of the people, and did It not refuae to fire on them?" The minister ooncludedby aaylng that tbare ought to bo no more suspicions, no more dlatrnet with reapeot to the army; and that for hia part be would not be eontent nntll be abould have aaen the army, the national guard, and the people fraterniae in a proud banquet on the Champ-de Mara. On leaving the a|>ot, M. Ledru Rollin waa fol- ( lowed by a num-rou* crowd, shouting, ''Vive Ledru Rollin!" "Viva la Republtquel" At live o'olook yesterday afternoon a numerous body of workmen headed by a military band, shopped at the Ministry of the Interior, on their way from the Champ I de-Mars. The band executed the ,fChant du Depart," the "Marseillaise," and tha " Chmur daa Uirondlna," in the court-yard On their conclusion, the people cried, i ' Viva la Republique !""Vlva Ledru Rollin!" M Jula* Ravre, secretaty general of the ministry, thsn csmo tor ward and thanked the people la the name of the minister. Alter exhorting them to ba paaoeful. he prooeeded to notice tha diatruat which waa felt towards tha army, j That diatruat, ha said, waa natural at first, bat at prssaat 1 i| waa unjust. Was it possible, ba asked, that say oaa I H O 17 T1 It JV JLJ 3RNING, APRIL 10, T848 could auppoae that there eiieted any Idea of employing ol the army against the peopleHa concluded by calling pi on the people to ory with him " Vive 1'Armee !" The people Immediately shouted, " Viae 1'Armee1 Viae le It People!" M. Kavler then announced that the govern- tl ment woe preparing a gnindafete to be celebrated!' the N Champ-de-Mara. which,' he laid, "would, ua in th? flrat pi dayi of our glorieua revolution, ualta around the altar of p the oountry, the army, the people, and all olaiaea of oiti- ol sene, with the lime sentiment of love to the oountry aad 11 .( mtoHnxi tn ?t>. ?n,.hll. << v ?i? ~r ?\rt? la Rapubllqua ' Vive Ledru KoUIn greeted uthT; an- I b' novncemeut The crowd than preceded totheHatal d da Villa. n Pabi?, March 13, II A. M ? At tha Bourse, yes- n terdsy, railway shares In general took a favorable n tarn, owing to a report being prevalent that tha go- . ernment propoead to take all the railways Into its own 11 hands, paying tha shareholders in '> par oant stock. Tha 0 faot thatsueh a proposition should produce a favorable effect, shows in a striking manner the low abb to whloh b railway shares have fallen. * The shares of the company of Bella Montagne, whloh, before the revolution, sold at uearly ti 000 francs, closed *! yesterday at J,000. This oompany have been obliged to 1 temporarily suspend payments. They have published a ? circular, declaring that, under present olrcumstanoes, 11 they find themselves obliged to ohoose between that M course, and au interruption In the works of the estab- r lishment both in Kranee and Belgium The board of 01 directors hsve, in consrquenee, decided on declaring " 'hat they are ready to lay a statement < their affaire be- 11 fore snch persons as they owe money to, and that the P latter oan then decide whether they will renew their en- ". gagements for six months with immediate payment of *' internet thereon at 6 per crat; or to exohango their l' claims against bonds in a loan tvhieh tha directors have 0 thought It neoeaaary to contract. Tha amount of tha . loan is not stated, but it Is believed to be about two mil- 11 lious ot frauoe , . The Minister of the Interior has addressed a circular " to the government commissioners la the departments, ? relative to certain points affeotfef the right of voting at b the approaching elections. Ths residence of six months In a oommune, required for the right to vote, is to be considered as oloetng on April #, the <lay of the election, a and not on March 31, tbo last day allowed for inserip- 0 tion: in like manner, the awe of twentw.fnnr veer* re * quired for Tot inn is to be considered as having the right " to run on up to the very day of April 0; the gendarmerie _ are to be assimilated in their right of Toting to soldiers : or sailors; persons confined in prison, under the charge of offences, bat not found guilty, are not to be deemed 8 deprived of the faoulty of voting, inasmuch as the law s holds them innocent until fonnd guilty; Dut, on the other hand, as they cannot proceed freely to the plaoe of * voting, they are to be considered in the same position as ' citizens who from illness or other unforeseen onuses oan- 8 not attend, and who consequently loae their right for the 8 time being. Examinations prior to the proseentlon of the ex-minis- . ters still oontlnue; numerens witnesses are examined everyday. They are prlnoip&lly the ohiefs of the troops v who commanded on the 23d, 33d and 24th February ? 8 Several persons who were called to the Tuileries on the T nights of the 33d and 24th have also besn examined. p .4. Jules Fairs, one of the secretaries of the provi- , slonal government, in an address to a body of operatives yesterday, announced that the government was pre par- , log a grand file, In the Champ do Mars. In which the 11 army, the people, and all classes of eitliens, would, as 6 in the first days of the glorious revolution, unite in sentiments of love ef country and devotion to the republic ?. Yesterday an immense oortage of oitizens, with a bat- , ta lon of the 10th legion, and a battalion of the national guard mobile, planted a tree of liberty in tbe Champ de Mars The curate of St. Pierre de Urea Caillou, com- J menced the oeremony of benediction, when a rainbow \ appeared "Children," orled the ourate, " that is the 0 sign of alianoe that Ood, 4903 years ainoe, made with , hie people At the opening of a new and holy era, that , is opened to us by the treeing of nations, let us salute the sign by whloh O >d renews his merciful alliance, and * announees that he will bless our dsstlDiee " Another projeot scarcely lees important Is said to bo o entertained, it is proposed to eolleot in the Louvre, all tl the museum* of art now dispersed in different bulldinge 1< throughout Paris, so that the Louvre wonld become a P collection as vast in extent, bnt inflnately greater in n value, than that of Versailles. n Paris, Thursday Morning, March 33 ?Tbe Minister 3 of the Interior has issued another cironlar to the government commissioners in the departments, bnt it is merely ? explanatory of details connected with the preparation ot tbe electoral lists, and does not enumerate any general 11 principles snoh as frightened people out of their wits ? when they read tbe first 8tete document of the provi- / sional ministry. By the government oironlar it will be * reoolleoted?indeed, how oonld it be forgotten?that the commissioners were invested with arbitrary power. The 7 whole government joined subsequently in an act whloh ' was meant to quality this monstrous sgenov. borrowed ?,] from the darkest despotism, Mt the oountijr wh reaeeured Wttil the wtylnwst1 dries thetr anttrority directly from M. I.edru Rollin, whose mind they are supposed to know. b It is rumored that a projeot of lew is in hand for al- b lowing the State to buy up the railways from the com- d paniee la whose hands they now are, giving to sharehold- H era Id lieu Are per cent stock, at a certain price. This is vsrjr probable for the parly now in power were ever u the advooates of the State, being the proprietor of all *' railways, tor three reasons: -First, thatIwlth a view to strategic operations, ahould such become necessary, the : State ought te l>e master of the roads. Ssoondly, that d the public would bs better oared for, and oharged leas: K and thirdly, that tha profits would bs for the benefit of P1 the whole public, partly to the lightening of taxes, and fc partly to tne reduotlon of the fares. Such is a summary of the reasons which, as I well rscolleet, were pat p] forward by M tlarnier Pages himself, when he opposed p| the prlnoiple of concession or leasing to companies. nl These views were strenuously supported by M. Marrast, n in the Naiianul, and It is not improbable tha> they may ?| now be carried out. Still, it is to be hoped that the law t< will be regularly submitted to the National Assembly, j( and not hastily thrown into ths form of a decree n If has been suggested that, on purchasing of the y 'hares, notes baaed upon the value of ths property might n do issued in reuer 01 cue present oi am pea oireaiauon. tl Indeed so muoh derangement has been caused by the a suspension of speoie payments by tho bank, and the die- * sppesraaee of stlrer to snob an amount, that the ideas p of men are turning to paper in every way that paper * may be made to represent substantial property. The 0{ Prtttt tells us that the manufacturers in the provinces je are, in oonaequenoe of the scarcity of silver and the n difficulty of cnangiag notes, beginning to pay their p. workmen with their own notes, of 10,30, and 35 franos, r, payabla two months after date. This is very like the ol system so well known to the Yankees under the name of gshin plaeter. When the banke were all broken at one ?t time in the United States, the Yankees, with their usual a] rsadioesa, oried out that every man should be a banker g, Ail Issued notes fur more or less amount, and took the n< ohange coming to him in the ready-made note of his a< neighbor. A general disoredit slnoe o?me up n such t>l aseignats, to which a wag gave the *oup de trie* by ap 0( plying a lot instead of brown paper to a sore shin. ti A oimmistion has, Indeed, been appointed with the w view of examining the claims of manufacturers to have i u notes ohanged for the payment of workmen, but a plan so hampered as this must be, cannot have a very wide . range. The aouncil of the bank has wisely determined upon not protesting unpaid bills without notioe, and allowing a delay of fuur days. The notes of persons who nave suspended payment are not, moreover, to be pre- V sented until due. "! The Afatitnil, In order to set the pubiio mind at rest ' ith regard to the financial measures of the govern- . roent. states emphatioally that those measuree are only L of a temporary nature, to meet a pressing necessity. The Afent'feur contains an aoeount of the inauguration ' of the tree of libertv planted in the Champs de Mars. M Ledru Rollin spekc the speeoh, which amounted to this, that Krance repaid Watarloo with freedom to ,u her Invaders; Austria and frnssia, by their struggles for hi liberty, gave auflloiant atonement for Waterloo. His speeoh wae In favor of peace with foreign countries. P' P.... Tr?r-.ln- U...I. Ol Tl.. 1 CI democrats, u they c?U themselves, paid tbsir respects . to-daj to the provisional government, when they beard ' to their surprise of the oommsnoement of the revolt et Milan. f The remains of the Orand Army marched from the Hotel des I oval idee, to the official residence of M. de Lamarline They were drawn up in the eonr. with drums , beating and colors flying and a touching spectacle was jt expected by theerowd who attended the veterans, when to ! the rain cams down in a torrent, the poor old fellows in a few minutes wero drenched, and the people had to return much disappointed ? The Austrian funds declined yesterday, (theS.'Id.) on acoount of the newe from Berlin There were ??ry few M people on the Kxchsnge, ths funeral of the victims having attracted public attention M. de Rothrobild da ubsoribsd 100,000. florius towards olothing the National Guards. Riots in Tenoomo.?The Gaxttt' itt Fiandm et d'Arfait, published at Lllla, has an account of rather l(( ssnous riots having occurred at Turootog; up >n receiving new* of whioh, the authoiities of Lille Imme- ,u liately sent otf, by railroad, JOO of the troops, at seven in the morning of Tuesday, with ammunition and re- D tlons On arriving at Turoolng, they found that there f had been collisions between the National Hoards and the workmen, In which bayonets were brought Into action on one aide, and paving stones and other Jt despeiate missiles on the other. By 11 o'olook ;n( a part cf the troops returned, order having v been restored, bringing with them ahout forty h(l prisoners, among whom wore some well-dressed op men. The conflict arose from the people demandlrg 0f the dismissal of all ths Belgians employed In tho mann- fl factories and workahope. One of the mannfaotories was th assailed bv the ivmnliaa nnnn sthlnh the (Juard interpoeed, aeveral of wLom were much hurt, and ftn r>no *o desperately that hta life i* considered to be in (u Jar gar. From toe an me journal we leern that, for leveral daya, there had been great diiaatlefaotlon amoi.g {n >hr men or the A7th regiment of the line, at Roubaix, on po account of the Colonel hating haiaiaed tbom by drllla and exerclaee. notwithstanding the fatigue they underwent in quelling the riot* But a conciliatory order of tt)< the day waa given out by (General Negrier, oommandant t)U of the ditiaion and dlacipllne waa reitorod. The axer- Hn Biaea and drills were auapend'd. ^ The military force of France la infrraaing every day, the regular army haa not been diminished, the national guard in end around Perta number* 900.000 men, the 1 tard' mokil- with the new enrolment* made aince the f*? revolution cannot amount to Icaa than 40 000 The laet are being armed and equipped with all poaathlo rapidity, n? even In the teoe of extraordinary financial difficultly* that ought to induoe the moat rigid economy No Several of the laborer* employed on the pohlln worka < *' eetabliabad by the proviatonai government have "truck U 1 lor wage# M Marie, the Minister for Public W--' baa addraaeed to tham a proolama^gn d|Ba theni * that there work* waje *(t|tf|gbe* Vdely for the purpoee * ED A 1 JLIl il- J ' providing them employment, and appealing to their lei atriotiam and honor to roturn to their duty rr The Prefeot of f'olior haa leaned n proclamation, warn ig Ibrelgnera not to come to Pari* in oearoh of work in o I 10 woekahop* opened by the provieional government < < one but natlrea will be employed in thoae abopa The roolamation adda. that meaaurea will be adopted to ex: b? el from Kranoe all forelgnera who have no legitimate tw hjeot for coming there, and who h ive not the mo una of ar ving. an The Moniteui puidiahea two deoreea. The flrat, algnad V the Hnanr* mlnlater, poatpone? the payment of go raughta, bill* or exchange Vo , till the 1.1th or next at lonth ; and the aeoond empoweta the trlbnnala of oom- to leroe to anapend aotlena againat debtora for three lontha, provided the debtor wlahea it. CI The National Ouard Club on Monday aant a deputa- re mntothe provialonal government, to make known' ita in The prloes of admission to the Theatre Kranpals have b# een reduced nearly one-half, to make it. aa easy of aoceee 111 a poaeible. tU A deputation of the oaapentera of Pari* repaired on ni unday te the Hotel de Vtlle to offer their adbealon to He provisional government, and demand the liberation pr f three ot their companion! condemned for combination *ti I 184-'i, and who were alill lying in prison. "Oitlaena." co tid the speaker of tho depution ?" On the dsth of Keb aary, the day after the victory of the people, 100 of de ur comrades proceeded to the prleon of the VI ad lionet tea. They were armed ; ail reaietanee waa useless ; Oh tie gates were opened, and shertly afterwards one of the ar riaonera. In whose favor we interoede. threw himself el< >to the arma of his comrades Nevertheless, they con- oh idered such a proceeding blameable j i be prisoner was at iken hack to his prison, and the establishment left in le barge of those who had taken possession of it " The ui lonitcur ot Monday publishes a deoree ordering the tb mmedsate liberation of the prisoners. tr The establishment of atelieri for the employment of si iborers by the government has not produced a general b> turn to the habit of Industry Perhaps the oause may hi e found in the rate and mods of payment aa muoh as in ei ae disposition of the men. Two francs a day are given tt ? those employed; but work is od1)- insured them one ot ay out of two. One frano a-day is allowed to those who m annot be engaged at all. There aro thousands who w 'ould rather be idle on the loss amount than work for re le greater. oi The trades anions of Paris assembled on the ci-divant wi 'lane Royal on Monday, and proceeded thence to the of iotel de Vllle to offer their adhesion to the provisional vc overnment. pi A plaoard was posted in differeut parts of the oity, on pi iunday, containining a plan for making " Prance rich in f" ight days ." it is calculated that 6,000.000 or 7,000,0110 ti lersons in Kranae possess articles of plate of a value bi veraging 30<)f. eaoh person. The state is to borrow this, w ;ivlng the ownertrentet to the amount of the prioe of w he metal, with an allowance for the workmanship, at tli he quotation of the day. Coin thie mass of bullion, and pi ranee would Immediately be the richest country in the irorld. " Piomptilude and energy" are advised in the re xeoution of this measure It is hinted that artioles all ered by the eleotrio process are quite as ornamental as ta late. a The report that the regent diamond had disappeared Is rom among the orown jewels is contradicted ; but a 1J tile run has heen nhr from the Tllltorlon onnt&in. P jg a mounted diamond valued at 360 Di or., an 1 a pair ol P1 ar-drops worth 30,OOOf. more. * The Protestants of Pari* have formed a democratic o< lub for th? purpose of securing the success of tbeir it [lends at the approaching general election for ruembors tt o the oonetituent Assembly. H A number of shopkeepers and tenants in Peris haro "I letltloned the provisional government to extend the T >eriod for paying their quarter's rent, which will become b lue on the 16th of April next, to a later period. I1' General Cavaignac, governor of Algiers, is to suooeed T General Subervic as Minister of War, and if reoalled, by elegraph, for that purpose; General Changarnler is to be overnor of Algeria. fa The E7hien says " Wo are assured that M. de Roths- 10 hild went on Sunday to tbe prefecture of police, and hat he said to M. Caussidiere that, far from desiring to tave Pati?, as had been announced, and to suspend bis aynients, he meant to remain, to keep all his engagelents with respeot to the loan, and to take the largest ''' leas ores for strengthening credit. He added (bat his rothers of London and of Frankfort, who aooompanied . io, had oome to Paris with the same intentions, and to ,' oncert with him: that no mistake ought to exist with sspeot to ths disasters whioh had befallen tbe money larket of Paris, and that it was not the events of Febru- ' rv whioh oansed the embarrassments of certain houses, >r that those embarrassments had existed for some time, j1' ionsieur Caussidiere thanked M. de Rothschild, and iked him If be would desire to have a guard for his otel. M, de Rothsohild is said to have replied, ' Far om demanding a guard, I beg of you to do nothing : I nly desire that it may be known, that having oonfl- , enc.e in the government, oonildenoe ought to be plaoed i inn.' " Two or three of the psroohial clergy of Peril Intend to . eoome candidate* for election to the national Assamly. In the provincsti. two or three bishops have alrea- *? y notified their willingness to stand, and it tsooosldered , kely that they will be elected. Out of the 130 per eons wounded on the J4th ultimo, -p rho were token to the hospital of La Charite, 97 have ,J, uflloieDtly r- covered to be able to leave The Conititutionnel itatee. that a? a Russian fleet waa ?, xpeoted to paee the Sound, in order to go into the Mo- ' iterranean to render aeeietance by toroe of arm* to the * ing of Naples, the Danea and the Kogiish were to opD*e their passage. We doubt the aoouraoy of thie inirmation . " pc To obviate Its tome nieaeure the cotnmeroial panic.the roviaional go vernment have adopted the following oe ian The commercial valuee oreated by former trans- on stions are exhausted, and the exchanges having dlmiished, they will restore themselves very slowly. - In this ate of things, I think the best way to remedy the evil is v,? > antiolpate consumption in the circulation 1 think it t,j i necessary to restore lifo to values which are now stagant; and I have therefore tw? honor to submit to Tf our consideration the following proposition With h. tie view to enable the manufacturers to dispose of wi tieir merchandise for money, there shall be established ti< t Paris, and in the departments, general warehouses, in 'here the manufacturers and traders shall oome to de- m oaite the raw materials, the goods, and manufactured to rtioles of which they may be the proprietors. In ex- tb haage for their depositea, they shall reoeive aoknow- at idgments extracted from a register with blocks. The *t loeipt, indicating the saleable value of the article, pro- at srly valued, shall vouoh the property, and will be trans- m. Table by endorsement The bearers of receipts of the VI intral warehouses will be allowed to deposits them as tic uarantees at the dlsoount banks. Marked with the amp of the republic, aad representing a solid, tangible id easily rjallseable value, these reoelpts will ba re irded as equivalent to a second endorsement I have mi ) doubt that this endorsement will be favorably re- !?' Ived by all the great banks, end that the acoeptor* of J1 ills so solidly guarantied will by the sole means of dieinnt banks, attain great resources of capital, convinced J"' rat this vitality given to artlclee of value now paralysed . til powerfully contribute to Teammate !, teroe, and consequently labor, OARNIER PAOES." ^ A decree of the Minister of Pnblio Works of the list ,nh ist., makes the following changes in the general supbrli islen of railways: Art. 1 Ths royal commission* tcB* dlway companies are suppressed. Art -J. The ?nr/ ' tillanee of the commercial working of railways and the if* uncial operations of companies shall be confided to W tents, wbo shall trke the title ?f Mipccleun d- I'exploi- nol tinn commercial*. The inspectors shall be of two classes, 'er i#;>ect?ui? pittii,ipnux and Inspocteur$ particulitvj.? At he remaining articles of the decree plans the lest thi tmed officers subordinate to the first, and divide the Uti il ways of the re public Into six arrondiasements. do In the turmoil and contusion attendant upon the revo- !?1 lion, the suffering condition olthe poorer classes in Paris 5' ts not been lorgotton. An asscoution has been establishI for supplying provisions at first oosl, whloh Is now In a : J mltion to deliver each day OOOO pounds weight of butch- . '? meat, '2000 litres of wine, and .MX) francs worth of , getables, or auctif (?100) worth of provisions par day . laborer ui?y thus procure a comfortable meal for 40 ?? 1 eO cents. (4d or Ad) oomposed of soup, one-third of a >uad weight of meat, a good portion of vegetables, and T* tliird of a litre of wine. The operatives Bay l.kewiae be p! ipplied with provisions uncooked These n ivantag"* , a intended solely tor the benefit of the indigent classes ' ths operatives. Ths association has Already ?20,000 at disposal. Ths different services rendered by the St- ou ctots are gratuitous. to The following ) tho Taris news of Wednesday the i*,1 id ult. The Bank of Discount commenced its operation* on tb onday. Already OOti accounts are opened, and there .,, e WHi other demand* on whioh repliea will be given toIT. un, Discounts for about a million were made on Monday, id on Tueaday about twelve hundred thousand. This ,p tabliahment will render groat service to oommeron, kj id haa already eseroieed some intluenoe In the restore- ( " on of confidence. ' The bourse y cater day was steady, and the prices of I, e preceding day were tolerably suata>uad. ' The preolons metals have arrived In eorsldernble , lantlty within the last day or two, and gold hu fallen . un 10 to S per cent premium The price of bread haa bean reduoad In Tarls. .J,' A meeting of the aommitteo of workmen took p'.aoe aterday, at the Luxembourg The delegates from the istersand the workmen took part in the deliberations '' ,'! general discussion on the organisation ot labor was thj Id. Uime of the delegates of the workmen gave their iniona on the subject with a moderation nud a spirit lM conciliation whioh drew from those of the maser* piessions of the liveliest sympathy It ia hoped that " e appointment of this ormmittee will lead to the beat . tilts, oy bringing the masters aad workmen together, d associating them in the dlacuaeion of measures ;, Ited to their respective interests. rom tha tone of opinion in tha provinces, na wall as , the capital, it may be considered certain no poat- ' nament of tha elaotiona of tha National Assembly 11 take plaoa 1'ba (SarHe National of Maraaillei state*, that sinos i Jflth of kabruary tha bank ot that city hidreim raad ita own notaa to the value of 9,700,000 franca, 1 d borrowed A .WO ooo franca in apeoia One house, baa it of M. Daltaazl, lent tha bank two Ot 0 franca. Rome. T ij a letter from Home we hear that they are suffering phe im the affeota of tha financial crisis of Prance. H'noa rut i withdrawn ita credit from the Komaunk Torlo. and i will not Rive money for any pan*: ?n Parte, even that 1 Hotbsohild. it la bcpeJ k "1# ,oon paea off. Th* ban man prlncea wl*> ?? phawholdara In the beak have 11 cUrod 1? oot >UBr,nil ,t. payment*, but the pan* hea I'eat. It <aya a great mlalbttuna hae ocomred. the emj ad of the apoetle Kt. Andrew ha* bean stolen from Ht is* tar s; most aollva aaaroh la being ""de fer It Phe atw rtc guard la applying itaalf to dtacovur it wtui grant pla i * r? nn"i 1 jD. y 1 rrtow Two OMU, kl. Tba chapter of At. Pater'* baa o(farad MX) plaetre* ward. . I.a Imk* baliuna of Saturday, tba I nth ultimo, eo%taia< J Virtual prnrln motion of tho n*w Hainan Kundam ?ntal initltU' by hi* Holmes* Pora PI"* IX. * Theeollog< of Cardinal* (cnooou by tba Pope) ia to > conatituted a Sonet*. Inseparable from tb# noma. and 'o deliberative rounoil* for tba formation of tba lav< ? to bo establiahed, "noratlng of tb* " High ''ounoil *' id tho " Council of Doputioo " Th* judlrlel tribunal* a: e to he independent of tba ivernment, ami no ex'reordlnarr "ommlaaion courts e to be in future satabliebed Th V Atonal Guard ta i bo considered an Institution of the State. Tho Tope convokes and prorogues the Legislative hambers. and dissolves the Loaned of Deputies. being quired to oonvoke a new Chamber within threw nnths, Whloh will be the ordinary duration of the an Ml session The sesaionsare to De pablio. The mem re ot the Senate are to bo appointed by the Pope for e, and their nnraber la not unlimited Th* quallflea jn of n eenntor la the age el thirty yeare, and the plairy exercise of civil and political right" Idle Senate will be ehoaen par prtfrrrnrr from the elates, enolaalaalioa, mlniatera, Judg ?. councillors of kte. oonaistorial lawyer!, and the poaaeeaora of an Inane of 4,000 aoudl per annnm. The Pope will appoint the Preaident and Vloe-Presl nta The aeoond council will be eleotlve, on the numerical sis of one deputy to every 30 000 aonla The electors e to uonelet of the gonfalonitri (mavora), priors, and d?ra of the cities nnd eemmunes ; toe possessors of a pital of 300 acudl ; the payers Of direct taxes to the uount of Id acudl per annum ; the members of the colaea, oi their lacultiea. and the titular profeaaora of the llversltlea ; the members of the oonoclla of dlaeipline, le adxoootea and attorneys practising In the collegiate ibunels, the laurealn ad honoran in tho State unlvertiea, the mombera of the chambers of oommaroa, the sada of factories and industrial eatabllabmenU, and the snda of aokentiflo sooietiea an<l publlo institutions aaaaaa I tor certain amounts The <|ialtfiaatlon of a deputy la le po suasion of a capital of 3000 aoudi, or tha payment ' taxes to the amount of 100 acudl par annum, and the embers of colleges and profeaaora or universities, &o , III be eligible ra officio. The profession of the Popiah iligiOD la Indispensable oa a qualification for the oxers' of oirll and political rights. A distinct elsotoral law ill r^ulate the olrctiona of the deputies The persona the members of both councils ere sacred as far as their >t?s and speeches are concerned; bat it appears that ths lvileges of freedom from arrest on oirll and oriminal -ocess are limited to the actual session and a month ba se and after. All lawa and new tax?a muat be sane uu"u oy tnen? two nouacjin nna ununited to ny wi rope,* lit the councils ere not to be allowed to propone lew* blob nisv affect tbe ecclesiastical or mined affeirs hioh may bo opposed to tbe canons and disciplines of te church, or wbioh may tend to vary or modify the ' sent statute. They are also forbidden to disease the religious diplomatic relations" of the Holy See to feign countries The discussion of financial matters exclusively apocrine to the Council of Deputies. The sum or civil list pproprlated to the endowment of the Tope and the eolge of oardtuals, and to eecleelastlcsl purposes gencral, as well aa the expenses of the rorjn diplomatique, the ontlficial Uaurds, the maintenance of the apostolical slaoes and museums, and various other purposes. 1s fixed t 600,000 soudl per annum, including a reserve fund for >nting?ni;ie*. The oanons, tributes, and dues, amonntig to the annuel snm of 13,000 scudi, aro to remain at i? entire disposal of tbo Pope. The ministere are 'sponsible for their actions, and have a right to >enk In both councils, whether members or not , he session of the ohaubers will be suspended, y the death of the reigning Pontiff, but the new ipe must convene them a month after his election, be ministers aro to be confirmed and replaced hy the icred College. The rights of temporal sovereignty exercised by a de- a inot Pontiff are vested la the Sacred College daring the ' terregnum / There will aleo be a Council of State oomposed of 10 lunolllors, and a body or auditors not exceeding 34. his council will bo required to draw up projects of laws, id to give Its advWseJen administrative affairs in oaeee of mergency. Ministerial functions may also be conferred pon it by n special law. The pers?nt statute will bo enforced on the opening ' tbe new Councils, which will take plaoe about the it Monday in June. The functions of the present oounI of State will ceaee 20 days previous to tbe opening ' the Crunollg; but it will, nevertheless, continue to camine such administrative measures a:i may bo prented to it for ooneideratlnn. All the legislative enact ents not contrary to the decrees of tho present statute main in foroe. The proclamation is dated the 14th of March, and It chentlcKted by the sign msnuel of hie Holiness. Her Majesty the <d<ie*n of Naples was safely de'.'itereJ a prince on tho 6th Instant. 8 pain. In fipain the general tranquillity not been dleirbed The fclngllsh fleet having oeen withdrawn from le Tngus, some apprehension '.a felt In many quarters tat Portugal may agiin beoome the seat ot Intestine rife. At present all Is ^alet. Tbe news from Madrid of the 17th is of little interest, he arrival of the Duke and Ducbeas de Montnensler at t was said, been reoeived-by telerapblc dispaioh. There were rumors of troubles iu mugai, but oo grounds of authenticity could be offer I in support. (ireat distress prevailed among the ork people of Barcelona. , The Mailt id Ozzetle of tha loth Inat, publiabaa the yal eanction to the bill for conferring extraordinary i were on the government. Milium Bouaiic - Three per cents. 23,'* paper; five per nts, 14>? paper; debt, without internet, 5. Kxchang* i London, 4(1 17X. Bavaria. The King of Bavaria hae abdloated ; no dat*> or other rticulsas are given, the telegraph being Interrupted i weather. By the Gazeitt d'Jlugtboum cf the I'.tth of March, we oeive accounts from Munich to the 18th. t he id abolished certain a?lgnoral rights At 7 P. M , it as laid the city bad been a prey to conalderab'.e agitato during several hours 10 000 were madp? patrolee the street'. A report waa prevalent thut a coup-deain had b-eu arranged by Rome agitator*, but that tha wns.people would no' lanction and had aent lo e king declaring their devotion. It waa (aid aome ranger* had purobased artr.a and ammunition. The udenta and the troop* v;?re determined to oppoae all tempta at anaroby The Baron de Vergen had been imad to treat at Vienna and Dresden, in acoord with Oagern and Lerbach, aa to the national represents>n at Vae confederation German jr. Km?. March 16.?The Duchess of Orleans still resins at this place, which she ha* not quitted for one >ment since her arrival, which waa on the 3d Instant ir two ohildren alao oontinae with her. besides whom e has but ve< j few attendants or companions, amongst iom is Count Mornay H?r mother, the Dowager icbes* of Meoklenburgh tiobwerin, arrived here on 9 8th Inst., bringing with her some olotbing. ko., foi e Duchess of Orleans, of whioh she stood greatlv in ed, in consequence of the hurried manner in whioli a bad haen compelled to leave the French dominions. Holland. I'm: Iiancr, March 31.?The offloial journal of the igue, publishes the two following royal decrees We, llliam II, Itc . upon the report of our minister of the lonies, dated dan Id. 1H4S, letter A, No 1 and the letof|our governor-general of the Hutch Indies, dated igust 4, 1347, No. 444. submitted to oar decision, with ir consideration and advice, heard by the council of ite (notice of the 16th Inst., No 3); have decreed and decr'e: - Article I. That our governor-general of the itch Indies is authorised to permit the Importation of c-arms ar.d gunpowder intethe tnlrepott of the Island Java. II Our governor-general above-named. Is aucriasd while malu'aining the regulations at present ex ing against the Importation, the sale, and the posse*->n of fire-arms and gunpowder In the Islands of Java, adura, Banks and the Moluccas, to permit the Imitation and the sale of these articles In the Dutch dies. Our minister of the oolonles Is charged wHh the oeuMon of the present decroe, a copy of whieh shall sent to our council of state for their information, le Hague, March 19. For the minister for the oolonies, D. B?ud ? Wili.iam. We, William, dec., kc , hare decreed and da decree, r governor general of tbo Dutch Indies Is authorised enact the following regulations in modifying the exIng tariffs of the import, and export duties In the ?nds of Java and Madura:- !. The tea of the island Java sha l he introduced Into the Netherlands under i Dutch Hag free of Import duty; the export duly noP foreiffn flut/i Tt main* At. A nmr <i?nt o Th?? ict lead wbleh is now used for pseku^'M, Introduced ier the Dutch flag, shall be exempt fr-un import doty, iridcii that it is ucmmpnnWd by a owrtiticate that it >f Dutch manufacture, out whan Introduced into the iftdom under oth?r circumstances, it shall be subject an impott daty of 0 per cent ?Tho Ha?oe, March l*>. nlster tor the Colonies, J. C. Baud. ?William. Phe first chamber of the States General has been sum ned to meet oa Tuesday, the 'IStta tnst ly a royal decree of tho 17th, bis msjesty has acceptthe resignation of M. St. de Jonqe Vsn Csropens uweland, with sn honorable testimony to his sere? as minister of justioe, and has lominated M. Dirk niter Cuitlus to the function of Minister of Justice > ten. rhe committee appeinted by his msjesty's deoree of i 17th not having yet been able to Kccomcllsh their k. h>s msjesty, in consequence, has be?n obliged to tuest his ministers to retain their fanctioos till such ie as the kiug'e choice shall hate been determined, rhe ministers have declared that they are quite willing, the public interest, that the period of their resignsa should be thus protraoted.? Staals Couranl, Match t. Luxemburg ["be 1'eri* Petri', of the 93 d ult., iij? .?The republic iroc.laltned id Dutch Luxemburg, with the exception be town of Luxemburg itreli. which ie under the omiti of the fortress This new* ie official. Belgian 'be suspension of cseh payments In France nes (hue n followed by a similar suepentien In Hangar jr. he whole of Hungary ie in en o* retr Archdoke 9te n had attired In Vlenne,w'lth thirty Hunirarien de ies The people took t*,# herses front the carriages, dragged him in triumph. 'he funeral cer?,actr>y t0r'the tietlmt of the d'.etnr oes took p'.eOa on the 17th, wit? greet pomp iungary has bran granted a irluleiry of her own. end ice all cause of danger aa regard* tbet portion "f the pira would eeem to he remored. The whole country aid to be iu a etate of grateful eathaeiaam. end tbo tdy oonfldenoe and practical good sense of ?nc peo hare been ehown to a remarkable exUnt in the t aJ

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