Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 27, 1848, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 27, 1848 Page 2
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apinu a Uikt the United Males aoqutrat CbW tanltwj. tfca bc4pr; of T?x*? Ml extend fron the Month to lb# conjee of the KioQrande Affee mm further hgherha, the hoanreble gentleman in nnn>ed hi* mat. Vr Dvmcau, of Kentucky. said that this messug an* More r> plete with error and false doctrine, no mistakes, a* to the lav* of nations and the consliu lion ot rur country, and in a more disreputable mar ncr. than any document that ever came from an Mr gr?U 'broadside* into the democrati pdny fOr 1 he manner In wlhcb Taxas was annexed, kr Kivrmii, ofTexas, ohiamrd the floor, and, I half-pact three o'clock, asked the House to adjourn. Mr Juiinon, of Tennessee, said that If the gentli Man would not go on. other* wonld. Oh motion of Vr ft-rcrnnns. the message and tl nercmpanjing documents wore ordered to be printei and the farther debate be postponed until Thursds *r* next. TMX tISr BILL?TUB obkoov BILL. Mr Tik-tow offered a resolution ? that the House bil for the support of the army, Tor the year aadlng Jul 8b, 1Mb. he mede'the order of the day for to- morroi and that the concideratlou of the bill to organise tl territorial government of Oregon be postponed Unl the irmy bill shall have been disposed of hfr. C B Suit ii interposed an objection : and My. Viktov moved a suspension of the rales. 11 Mr. "Wmi worn h?Omit that part about the (Ir {IB Bill ?BU liruriw (.vurruk ->U U? ftllCH. Mr Vinrnn?That 1* the trouble. The fiacal jei eemmebcd on the fhrtl of tbl* month, u is we known The bill bu to go to the Senate, wh^r*, i ? ' well eli berk, debute will take place, ai the number j which the arm; ahull be eompOFed is to be adjusted. Mr C. B. Smith? If the consideration of the Oregt Mil be postponed. we will not reach it thia session The yeas and pay* were taken, and" by a vete of to (4, not two third*, the House refused to auapendtl rales. Ml. Kino, of Georgia, mored that the House dl eharae the Committee of the Whole from the furth e<imoderation of the bill granting the Florida. Alab ma, and Georgia Railroad Company,alternate aoctio f the public lands on certain conditions ; pencil] j whirb metion. ? ? The House adjourned. ia WaiHinoTon, July 'dd, 18id. 4 AXTesatjon or the bi'ee*?dukcombk?artists* ( the aESUON. Mr. CiurMi.r, from the eelect committee on tl rale*, made a report to the effect, that daring a Cm ffresaall bills, ho., reported and not aeted upon at 01 ee<-Mi'U. shall be considered at the next, as though a w adjournment bad not taken plaee; and that the pr eiso to the iliirty-fonrlh rule, which euableaamen i. fear to explain an amendment in a speeoh of Are mix tee. after the general debate shall bare been closet me rrpftico There was much confusion in the hall. such as tali ing and slapping document* upon the table, to dlrm the attention of the pages to wait upon members' an6n, the thundering ot dumping 'two-pound di uments in the boxes neat the bar . j. Mr Evans, of Maryland, rose to speak, but as b ta ' did hot'all the time turn bis face towards the presii Log officer, not half of what he said was heard by it reporter.' Ocotuoually a stray word found-Its way 1 the tip of the pen. lie wan understood to say, ho* erer, that nine-tenths of the business remained ui acted upon. Gentlemen did not confine their r marks to subjects under consideration; they ma< speeches lor Buncombe. He believed that if the re* lution which be had in his ha a d were adopted, thei would be no occasion for the lepeul of the five minuti rule. The resolution was this : That the report be n committed to the committee of the rule*, with instru tions to report such a rule, as will routine the re marl of every member, in Committee ol the Whole on tl State of the Union, to the subject uuder consideri tiOB., ., ? TiiE.SrtAkAR?The resolution is notln order.- v Mr . E> a.ns- U the motion to recommit 1 The Sr*Ak>:a-r-ltis.. Mr. Eras'S? 1 make that, motion. Mr. Bktit?If you confine member* strictly-.to tt subject under consideration, gentlemen can't discm political uuestiop*. Mr. Evars?The discussion of the merits of-Genen Taylor and General Gars is not in order. . The SrtAi.aR (te Mr, Evans)? The gentleman aoalrimr liiwlnr ihu fivM iniMllthR raise w . I Idr Evan*?Si? ? . s Xbe SriAih.nT-Tbt fire minutes rule. {H%! hi i jj t ^ ?? . rf Mr. ?.vasf?1 believe 1 am in order. I bare no ol ' jeetios if gentleman say what they want at the rig) live. Witt n tin- civil and diplomatic appropriate j kill w?s btfuru the committee. gentlemen never spol , aa to itsmerits. bet for Buncombe , The Srv Asia?The gentleman will eoaifine himself 1 I the five arinutes. Mr. 0?.Mn arose?l do not see the relevancy of tl remarks of the gentleman Mr. kvaits (putting hie hand on Mr. Ge*tryrahe&d). Sit down, my good fellow. Messrs. .Houston, and Kranswxahanged a-few won T amid the confusion. u to. > ; ? . > . ? . . Jny. Smji ii. lit OenneoticuWI believe that the fi' minuti s rule m a salutary rale, if properly a ibeced t , |i was adopted lor the purpose ?t giving members tin to explain lb? nature, abject. and effect of an amen . n>enl. .It if notorious that day after day .mud wet after week, gentlemen submit humbug amendment and,, therefore, make humbug remark*. Thaw th< i.. protract the session, to .the detriment of the 'publ ausiaesp. I care nothng about iunoombr. but!I at ..I , etb era..know .that Ibaruba* bee a mure speaking i. ,i. Buactialm under the lire minute* rule then *n at ether wayi They first utter an reenilMwit. -make harangue on matters wholly irrelevant, and then wit! . ,. Ani* the amendment i We have mora than nin ,,, tenths cf the public. business to transact, t? three ,, four waeke. Yesterday. we pn--td aT??olution to a u . journ in.a iortnigbt. \Va hare seat that rendutii , to the Senate. 1 aant the puMic business to be trar acted, than we may adjourn amd go home to our eons f geatireneB bar# anything to say On t subject of ike Presidency and Buncombe, they ci prah. to the people themselves, i? Mr. Vim os-r-l move aa amendment to the fesol I tn in>p ; kv Buppruv uir ujifinwu *m iuc u w uinu?r> ri f for the session. instend>of reiiealitsg It Agreed : If, is Committe* off 1W Whole, geutlnn- ii would co Isi themselves to Lbs question. t hers'weuM M no o . , mum to repeal the rule. It lad notorious fact th 4. fining this Miiiion particularly. the dtsewMiou -of i j, tkf ureal bill* of Ihe suasion lia# town atterly lc light of. The general appropriation bill- wan Mod ttKuuion lor two.or throe weoko. and daring all tt time, no speech*# vera Bade on it# merit#. wl ..i the exception ef tbat of the gentleman from A ^ banaa (Mr Ililliasdf and tbe reply wade to it I tbe gentleman from Pennsylvania -(Mr. J.'H I genou) on the subject" of foreign mixflen#. 1 f ? practical operation 01 the perversion of tbe r?W is tt ' ,, . ttatt ancaniniiiation of tba bill commences niton I general debated* closed. Then* baa bdtrn no debate ,,1( the .bills .appropriating' million* and million*. exc< J under the bra nuniiie rule. If yon repeal the t .Bunuf earole. y on open tbe debate, and gentlemen ? t*ih about Presidential maUera and everything else |ha worid, eacept the #i?lp?ct before the Home.' If y repeal therms. you muet tab* on trust-what the Co p, miUce on Ways and V.oao? bare done. Von mi fcheutperfectdeapnts. You go it blind Mr Bartr-^A* tbia in a prop< Mtion to expedite pi lie bvei ten*. 1 propose making a few remark#, to *h wbetber, in good laitb, tbe propoeitlon should bo 'ent tained Yesterday. a resolution was adopted, to e " tbe session on the 7th of August, leaving us but twe legislative J*jp, liine-t*nttas of tbo bunco.g being tbe table. . 'J be resolution is no Mo>n*r adopted, th " uc find a resolution .coming from tbe xaniH seetior country oil) red by a genileiuau, launching into ge ral political di. cession. Not only are mna-tnutha of public businesx undisposed Af but bere la a great <gu lion of such Itsiful import- aslar as the country is c aer tied, unadjusted Is there a patriot of tbe land, v dbes bit desire to *&} tbe iguettion put at rest! Tbe 'S r lis.Li?Tbe chair lou-.t contiu# the gontlen to'the subject. " .11 Mr !!>?VI i?J ti(.|i to .shew. when that* in importi bUsic'e^ b< fore the country to adjust, tbat tlsere is i " tefce J,a> gO<d fath tp conclude thin question, but keep it litrn tof politic,p)-excitcnient. 1 be SrXAK^f?Toe gentleman is not in order. MY . *\ 11- As I gau't proceed now,** 1 wish I v rtictri III j r< marks. for a Jutur* occasion. , lit. r?i.L0.v*- r move the previous <|ue*LionMr Root? I wish to say a word, if the gentlem Will withdraw tbe motion. Mr Pk'ttor k? I cannot, the riueation Ins been t teientlv d'scu. ltd " Mr. Root?1 tope tbe motion, *?JU bo voted down Ml1. I'ollaulr moved. to ley tbe subject upou i I* table j fcpd this <ji:,inUon *w decided in tbe ailirmat ? avtrs 107, nays hi i The DcUmi revolted itself into a c omtuUtwe of wh< T* on tbe state of (be I'mon (Ma. More head in ' hair) and look up tbe auii judiueuU of tbe Senate thd iiavj bill fluxing tbe bile! do bate w Inch t( * jfsee so allusion was made to ,, ' ' tfu lari turn vt? to at i ura-i.uuisussk?ncoi H ' "MV? AMi THI. t. S. or titlilSIA. ITC. , Mr. Toosisv laid tbut tbe p?y to mui-bipmen a twice as high as tLat gtv< p to tbe same class of offlei iniirifit lifliain The sxp*ns.-s ot ibs nary were t k .h , It.is J<r tbe appropriation* ware twelve or th 1 t. eli millions of dollais, mual to tbe whole expenses tl:c joiiuger Adains's administration. Mr ( remarked tbat oflleers of the na e hrtVb ibetr friends bete to prat cut reform , and lb has It been pretexted. . Mf Atfcisso.w said tbat tbe expenses of tbe n? prci < r were not tbi: tech millions Why, at this s aion two fbbnskbd dollars were appropriated toe a u ' to'trrk atil.e aiars. Mr CV Bko?>- iYOled far that. Mr JVtarwsoa?Tjkn pfteers of tbe nary will take thr jhv yl'u'cbtjofe jo fire Un-tu. book at tbe |i< nses of i his'st/i slob. Von bare voted to give Ei " pjobsy to ii^ui?te storms. , Mr fopi. r i a? fa wag recou'Pi?uded by the Ni * " 1>vpartmf nt ITr AiaiVsoh?t ,don t belong to tbe lucid c< ' mjtffe., Tberi has uut bun ap eppropriewsn t whole'teMioto nut abat ban met tbe approbation ?h^ ab a'side of tbe House. 2 he navy proper is : more i'?ad half of ?bat the gentleman drum Oeor says It Is. A tnore gallant, honorable. and dl* ten-sin) i?t of un n than Uuse to be found in < nary f.'f Vi t Ti v*-d Tbe gentleman alluded to the f 'thai ftildsb ppien In the briiieb navy reeelve kutoue-) ai Dit< l|.a- Ibe iliidtbipmen iu our navy. -None I tbe'Mdi man's si b gi ts into the navy tbere , it is i '' sCbkri Jin thii Jahd of fr< edom and liberty. In i country the poor est pay nan obtain a place in ' "haV, Sua hereceives money enough to support t ?s a b<y or young mau should bo supported k t Vie'Tos-Willi file exception of tbe picayu " hfrairi, the items wbicjh sonslitute the Navy App frlktlon hiD Wire r< < omiuoude.d by ib? depastme f tbe ntjorlty afford tt.? inwuey naked for, wby slim ' ' tbe htltiofily complain, Soppo-e we refuse appifl'i ' t)"A?. thiy a( uid r?y You who a?a in the uiajori YniiirUif b1 stoj the wheels af goreroan ut. I * ' "ho'uld hrgr Ibis /complaint fr<>m Use genus-maa fr< *''' X'fiWSk in4 bp- /rbfhda, y^ive noU?e that afcso ' fltfie 1 Will nrtkr a proper arraug. w?ut I he p?p frrxl IBs executive department and ask,kite Hoi fp l/lnt thepis, hb that Ilia napu. man far m Virgli rvcoiumeadad the app Mr Wnnvwaarw?I rise to correct an error of t genllrman from Virginia lie lays that any poor b an get nto tbe navy If you examine into the mi a. I to>. yo* WW i point m??On in tfco navy en* In the siioiliigf uMt r i'omt. ha*o beetrtsither from aosnag the km ofStah- | torn or Bsf i e?Mstiroo.or the poor relattMp of n*i Congressmen. When the war WtU were pWU, artme here of Congress procured places for their relatives, d This nrpotlsm is one of the crying sins of govsrni ment. 1denounce it now, whether my party be in i- power, or By opponents It is wrong [" That's a y fart ") For further information, see the army aaiM ie nary register. Ilia! bal] > -\ ,-^T \ Mr. Atbinson?1 hare no connection in the army of it the nary Whether other gentlemen haye any kindred in the army or the navy, is their consideration, i- and not mine Some of the poor hoys in Virginia Lave obtained appointments. Does the gentleman ie say that it was oinng to thg influence of members of 1, Congress ? { ,y Mr. Wcntwostm?Ar* they not of the " first {ami- i lies of Virginia " (Very loud Ha ! ha's!) I Mr Atkinson?All the people of Virginia are of the i 1, first families (Ha! ha !1 1 don't hnow whether sneh ie distinctions egist in Illinois, or whether people there r, ktoow their own children or not. (Ha ! na ha '.) ie Mr. VcnaaLK, of North Carolina, hastily passed oeer ,il ts the seat of Mr. Atkinson, and shook him by the hand, as if In approbation of what he said. The amendments to the nary appropriation bill, wtie lam iiiqv 10 ixs repurvea 10 wie numw. a- omuoN-THt sutk ?iuntTjoat. ' I The committee then took up the bill to estchlish the sr territorial government of Oregon, which was reported U | last May. lit. i Mr Hzkxis, of Alabama, after expreeeing hie happiof nee* that the war haa come to a eloee, eaid that by a ' treaty of peace with Mexico, >? have acquired a large >n ! extent of. territory. The question eomes up, how shall we die pose of it J It mnet be on the ground of the B1 . constitution and of equality. Ha then proceed-d u lie rhow that the constitution recognize e slaves ns pro; perty, and that no power which belong! to govern- \ is- mi nt can properly override it. If slavery can be axer 1 eluded from Oregon, it ean be excluded from the pub. a- lie lands lying within a State. Ueatlemen may smile, or | but let them answer the argument When the Saviour jg ( came into the world the. worst form of slavery existed i is the Boman empire, even unto death He who cams to warn the world of sin and of judgment to come, so : far fr< m saying a word against slavery?>, (The gentle. ,K | man had oonsumed bis hour, , and was compelled ta I take bis seat without ever finishing the sentence ) ? le | Mr Conors, of New York., said- that the people of tt? I Oregon have a light to a territorial government. As _ ] to slavery, it is not yet beyond the reach of U?; t ongreas has yet power to. control the institution ^ within the territories. He did not desire to be under. . j stood as making an argument with regard to the States. ,* , Slavery exists, by the authority of laws and no power of i~ ! Congress ean reach it. 1 i Mr. JBsvlv made a personal explanation, confuting* statement made by Mr. Holmes of 8. C., about what ^ , the Virginia delegation did during the pendency of _ the Oregon controversy. The committee reee, when the amendments of the ! Navy Appropriation Bill were concurred in, and the House aojourned. j ; ; m I City Intelllncnce. t0 The Reckftiox or t^k Volvxikers.?The long looked for day of tho reception of the Volunteer* has i- arrived, and they nay then-fore be expected in the ,e ?lty to-day. Many, doubtless, are anxiously awaiting ^ y their arrival, among whom they expect to meet an old es ' friend, a eon, or brother. The heart ot many a widow* t ed mother now beat* with joy, at the reoeption of her ^ ; MB, who baa won for himself imperishable laurel* on ie the battle-field, and returned to the home of hla childhood, to receive the congratulation* of hi* felloiaconntrymen. But that mother'* heart will shrink wheta "*he recognise* the form of her soh wrapped in rag*, with brown and emaciated countenance, from the M 'atigues and privaliona of war. The boat will leave *s the foot ef Beach street at eight o'clock for Fort Hamilton, and return with the volunteers at half past ten 1 o'clock, landing at Castle Warden. where they will bo is received, and the medals presented. It will be aprotid day to Sew York to welcome heme her sons, and give k v .them that aid which their immediate necessities require. Subscription books, for their aid are open at b- the Mayor's office, and there is not a doubt but the doit' nations will be liberal and many. '? Th* Fu.neral or Jamks.4- Coefjx, Esq.?Thefu nets fal ceremonies over the remain* of the late James A. coffin. Esq ., took place yesterday afternoon, at "Ail Saints" church, in He> ry street. At 4 o'clock the rwI mains were removed from t|ie late residenoe. immedile '] ately opposite tq the churcb.when the usual funeral ser! vice of the Episcopal churob.was read by the Rev. Mr. ~~ 1 Kigenbrqdt. The line of procession was then formed, the exsnipt firemen taking the advance of the line, lg I several lodges of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, numbering about one hundred and.fifty followed, re after whom the remains of the deceased were borne, 0 which were followed by the relatives, members of the 1P .Commop Council, emplayitt of tUe Croton -Water d- Beard, of which Mr. (. offln was the late President, and "k i citizens geneially. jVlr. C.haslong tilled the station :"r | as President ot that Board. and was universally 'J I esteemed by all who kntw him. liia remains were takes to.St. Luke's church, in Hudsun street; and dcposited, in a vault, preparatory to burial. Tub Westhf.r.?Yesterday was decidedly the warm-; ' est day of the summer, the thermometer, at the City k Had hevitifr. ataoetock 4n the afternoon, stood at Ml " degrees The sky was covered by thin clouds in the rt* evening, hot thrre was very little probability of agond ! rain, with the wind from the southwest, in 1 Pint..?A. fire broke out about 12 o'clock on Tuesday Is- ' night, on the roof of house NO. 4 Hamilton street tl- ' which was put out with trilling damage, be dcctM.iT.T-Ainis. whose name was not aseartai nejj, 1? fell accidentally from a orafioidiog in Third street, ii'sr Auiiue A- by wbish he was very seriourty in? jurcd. r " I T, R ") I 111 nwlciy II hitsUlgMtr. n" I AtiMrtsii .Srumii?A gvwUeinan of the legal e* | profession, in this city, whose eAce Is in New Vork.atat . temptsd to destroy b i nisei i a. few days since, by taking ill lasslsuswi; but bis ituieidal purpura was frustrated by >*t the timely application of propar remedies. Ha made a >0r , similar attempt upon his life about a year since. l?L | Boisn or Hrivvw.?The following senfl-sntiuul re ? ' pen of the deaths and "interments In this eUy.beh_ giniilvg at January 1st and ending July" 1st; 184s. was (1*_ I submitted twtbe Board of Alderman on Mtfnday night-' he Kor I he month of January-*-Adults, 100; children,"61. i Total 173 February- Adttlts, 120; children. 100 To,i= i ??1 ?9?. Match?Adults, 102; children, 96 Total. 1UB. April-Adults lit; Children. 108 Total, 2?. ,i,t ! Hay?.AduWe. 01; -children, Oi Total. 185 June? Stcv Of I m,??l OAt Hrh.li jl JtuuilP- tlo% TiiiiuiTU. Of. iuwi, -V?. n UUIW uHill I] i her fr r tbe si*' monthr. 1 201. In this number nrc inj eluded 3*2 hurled in Oteenwood Cemetejry and other .J: I Brooklyn grownda. brodht from the city of New i Tort.' 1 1 1 ___ '*" IJkff Iirtrlilgence. ,v_ Svrnrvr. Court. Jnly 28?SrEciA'L Term?Before ow Justice Hurlburt? Jrttt Hoyte et. .1Bw, O. Tkomp an, (.r_ Gtorgr H P'ilkt, and thr l.ohg Jsland Railroad Coni_j pnny ? This case rem* up on a demurrer to a bill filed Ive *1r "T* '* appeared that In 18'40 or lSfl. the 0u I.oujr Island Railroad Company executed a mortgage i?n ' 000 ^orr't 1'*n*l Company, Which ru . 0# subsequently aFSlgned to the State of Michigan, and nB. again aFFigtTcd bythiStateof Michigan to Mr.Thomptj," i eony the defendant. Subsequently a bill w^s filed ln. against tbe Morris (.'anal Company In the Court of f)n~ I Chancery of tha State of New Jersey, and a receiver rho ' appointed over all their assets The receiver made an assignment of the mortgage In question to Mf. Hoyt, isn *h<> fiU d a hill Stating the several fhcts above mentioned. and charging that the assignments to the State int ' ' Michigan.'-and to the defendant Thompson, wego n0? fraudnb nl and void being madfi In contravention of 0 I the laws of New Jersey, and praying that the said j mortgage might be reassigned to himself To this hill i the difrndante demurred on the following grounds; ? rill Kirst, that the laws of New Jersey are riot bxtra terri tonal, and cannot be permitted to Operate to the preI jndlee of the eitlxens of this State, and even If they ian > *?Te slkrwed to prevail ln this Instance, pet that the assignments no* sought to be set aside were made ln Uf. 1841 and the decree bf tbe Court of the State of New Jersey, under which the plaintiff claims title, was not made un'il 1M2; they would have a retrospective I he v fleet. which the Courts of this State ought not to ti>? ice * lerate Secondly, that plaintiff has not got an assignment of the thing itself, but only au assignment l he of a right, which places him >n the position of an aa the chore in action. on the other *<lJc, It was to contended1 that our Courtr wtn give relief against pwr>oB tteseVatmlng in fraud of the laws of another State; anil, ' moreover. ar in this rare. tbs parties had notice of the xe. i law fifth* Ntate of New Jersey when the assignment wae made. and. therefore, that It Was not a buna fide rlta f?i chase Made without notice. Judgment reserved, -w | . ' " i i"': o Political Intelligence. J {ja i Tit Cakoj.i.na.?The Charleston Patriot 6f ^ the 2Jht inrlaut, rays: "A large and overwhelming meeting of th? democrat* of the icity nnd ot itic Net k. friendly to the election ofOenwrul Taylor to the Presidency, wss held at fhe theatre, bt?t nigul. try 1 Hi motion. W. B. Prinslo, E*?i., w as culled t<> the w?- chnrr, nnd a'number of Vice Presidents appointed. >no ( ft was resolvt d that file meeting support General Znehtny Taylor for I tic Presidency; and William ( 0. Luthr for Vice Presidency, by a unanimous rx t vote, On no former occasion lias there beorj a larger number of persons iinpemh|ed-1-eTery thiu^ as usual at our public meetings IB Charleston, was, ?ty conducted with the greatest propriety,"but still with etithnsiarm ahd unanimity. If ibis meeting is a >?- Sarnpie of the others that will succeed it throughout hl" the Plate, Sotuh Carolina w ill be unanimous for nnt I Taylor; "ud if the meetings thronghout tliecounatn "y rMembl (:,'n- Taylor will go into the PreSi,n. dt-ncy with n rush. uor | ( ? x . * ; I CfrUbUU* nt Kmr lisFORn -?An attempt u'fts (*t } made on Friday night last to set fire to the ship aot Man npo. lying at Merrill's W'haTt A ?innntity of ,ur , shavings was thrown into the hold and ignited, the ' httt totfnnately the'fire did not communicate with iifn thi; vessel, 0n . the same evening Mr. Joggthaa : Tohey, while proceeding homeward iu acarriago, n* u few ipiha jioiili of AocUtthnet village, Wua stop"1* l*<t by a footpad, who presented n pistol and d???,d nionded money. Mr. Tnbey surrendered lyg w nilet, ihe contents of which, however, proving tV*? iirssMsfiieeory to (he rlljaui, ha thc,h dfWdbdetl AO; '.ME TV wrrtfh. Mr. T. ,gaVe hi* bgrtjc * am art n#L W ;whlull, cays?rJ 1pm <?,start ?a Vl?'lrntTy.Jm^wl. ulkjaaykiti^.'ttowtk.the faotptrt 1?Wtd#fihe nJmele <* u??IMPl ?ud prtfcrrdflt 4lo.ikinwisMir*. i?"? wir*wnin.'ttir?her moist** mo', ii ,,Iiw?,|tB'nh???t' ttptm the'elfiP'IW'ThehifrHfidisioix - oF-fM hx?hwsymi:?. "'MleMtH^fffml WoKe'into he lite office ol the rnilrnad depot on Sunday: lie was oy arrested, nnd has been bound over for trial in the it- twill of <?10?Jfcfcrmry. 1 NEW VQRK arik>WM?CwMt mt Pdtou MM! NimMi * * I JAVK1 GOROOI BBNRKTT, PROPRIETOR. luted lejore break/ft; IV |ril E VE.S 1MI EDITION can be ) hod tf the Konloyt at 1 o'clock i tie tecond ?I'?.VJM3 EDI- | . TJOiv at 3 dtloek. . ! 1 H AJUli V HERALD?Hoary Saturday fern circulation on tie American Lanlmcnt?Opu ccuto yor copy *S 0*'' ?'?' I'W i Every tteam packet doy for European circulation i tubfffiff- I , turn tiij-rr <i??u<*. to ieuluie Vie pootiff. 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J ^ I AMUSEMENTS THIS EVENING. I KWIRT THEATRE Bowety.?Battls or AvrrMUTX? I Forttmo?Kmstrri or ST. Johh. NtBLO'8, A8TOK PLACE?Dor w.r Ukbmd Raom-Dahciko? Unci.c Sam? Vol au Vast. BURTON'S THEATRE Ctumbm rt?et.-Da*mt ft Son ?Dancihg?Tw r Whitu ami rut Blown. CASTLE GARDEN, BAttery.?Billv Laoadat?Nat*. uok'a Gi'aad? A Dbau Shot. ? , MBCBANJCS* HALL Broadirsy, meat Broom*?Cm RirrVa m>ft*tbeia? ethiopian SiNCINO? Bt'RLIMtl'l DaMCINO, ft* PANORAMA mi l. BrMdnj, near Howton.?Bamtamd'i JPaaoaama or thm Mumumhpfi. MINERVA BOOMS, Broadway.?Pakorama or Qb>4U Tatioii'* Mexican Cahhaionn. New Tor ft, '1 hnrxday, July At, I HAH. ActumJ ClrtBlaUan of tlic IlenilE July 30, WedMXtjr 21,14) eople* j Th? pubHeation of the Moroinr Edition of the Herald oom! MeiMM yattepday At 22 minimal* err 4 unlock and tlnlehed at I i M minute* tefore 8 o'elooh; the tret Afternoon Edition At 8 | nORlCI| MtI W UWR, UiU UWUW JW UiiUU.w i ? v..?. Wit gerund <ioBB)ooct?l ?t 10 minutes I'Mt 3 o'clock, and finished j I 3D minutes past 3 odock. Aflkln In Washington. , The intelligence now daily reaching us, by tele.- ^ graph and mail, from Washington, is of the J greatest interest to the cominuniiy. Our telei graphic reports of the proceedings in Congress are the fullest of any given, and our detailed reports, which we reoeive by mail, are a perfect daguerreotype of the proceedings of the Senate and Hoilse oil .Representatives. These Teports will increase in importance as the close of the session draws near. We refer the. public to the reports on the first page of this day's Herald, , f Canada and the Unltetl States. What are the relations of Canada and the United States 1 In our paper, the other day, we gave a report of an Irish meeting in this city, at which a delegate from the Republican Union gave an account of 1 hie mission to Canada ; on a recent occasion, in i connection with Irish affairs. The invasion of * | Canada is, it appears, settled upon; for the Canadians themselves want it. That country,'it ap- : j pears, according to this statement, has no com- ! merce, no tratfe ; Wages have teen loiVered fifty j' 1 per cent, and the cause of all ibis misery and mis- , fortune is the flag of England, which has cursed . and paralyzed it. But let us have the other side i According to the Canadian papers, the great de- ' mohstntion which this gentleman made, was as ! ' great* failure or the great chartist demonstration i 1 in England; and Wfe believe, in tliis respect, a ! 1 good deal of what those journals Bay. As to all the assertions about misery in Citnada, they are all \ i nonsense ; tor the government ol that country tain j I possession of the liberals?formerly called thC j revolutionary party?and is actually as .free ?as it , ! wants to be, and labors under none of the ex- t 1 actions or oppressions which qfflict, unfortunate L IieUatl. | As regards the . invasion of Canada, it'is all ! > fudge?sheernousense?and intended, no doabt, to 1 i stir up the ire of the Irish hero, and coax them out : of their money. - I Within a few years, a strong feeling of attach1 mint and friendship has grown up between the t t people of her Majesty's Canadian colonies and , those of the .United States, end it appears to be . getting stronger every day. This fact cannot be 4 concealed of dehfed ; for it is plaitt as the sun at j ' noon-day, and has shown itself in a variety of 'I ways?commercial, social, and political. This r may result in .consequences of great moment to i the destiny and welfare of both countries. The people of the United States have always i been disposed to cultivate friendship tvith Canada, and have shown it on many occasions, and more i recently, by the passage of a bill by the House of ' ^Representatives establishing a reciprocal free j trade in certain articles of the produce and growth . of both countries, such as flour, grain, ashes, Ace., ! Arc. The effect of this proposed law will be to cement still stronger the feelings of kindness, and I to bind closer the commercial interests of both i people. I The question of annexing Canada to the United States has been frequently disenssed in the journals of the United .Stales, and the general conclusion to . which they,an well aBtlieirreKders,havearrtved,is to let Canada go on as she pleases", and when tlje , I time comes for her to knock at our doors for admission into our Union, to let her in. The forci- ' ' ble annexation of Canada never has been seri* ously thought of, nor would it be worth the trdn- ' ble that would be sure to follow such a movement. , t We have got asutliciency of territory in a northern and western direction ; and if even Canada J were separated Irom Great Britaiu, and became an independent republic, separate and distinct from the United States, it would not cause our people much trouble. We would seek to encourage her as a republic, and freely give her the benefits of > our exjierience iu the matter ot self-government, 1 leaving her to decide whether she w ould enliat under the American banner, and add two or three more to the stars of our political linn im-nt, or not. This, we believe, is the general feeling in *1-? Wlo.Ak ,??* fl,i? aiil.ii.Al \l/i, An I.Af inc * liuru i :micn wis uun oisigv^e. tt * vt?e 14v. want Canada; but if she knocks at die door of the American Union, and seeks admittance, we shall , not refuse her. , , That she will ultimately take this course we 4 really believe; and we do not know but that it would be for the benefit of both countries that she should do so. Our confederacy is bo constuu ted thut a balance of interests must be preserved: ' that each section of soil and climate should be 1 equally represented, and die interests of each and all properly attended to. In the course of a few years die large tracts of territory which we have 1 acquired as indemnity from Mexico, by the ' recent treaty of peuce, will be poptiln1 ted by a sugar, tebaecn, cotton and riee- ,1 ' growing people. The extent of territory of

this description will then be so great ns to injure. 1 tft a great extent the balanco which now ^xists; > and to restore the equilibrium w? ntust look for an accession of Northern territory. "Where COtild Wf get diis addition more easily than in Canada I By the titne this readjustment of the balance will lie-, come necessary, the people of Canada will, in all ' probability, be knocking at onr gates for Admit* tancc into the Unicj) ; so that it would really njf-'' pear as if destiny had its hand in this, loo, for the benefit of tliP W4Me(T'j We set out, however, onlv w ith the view of referring to4 the of friftidty ftr^linjg Jkhich has taken place betwuce (die. turn peoplo.watluu 11 1 few years. From what (lie* tak?*i?) jtlfto' "kiiltliiii ihia short i>eii?il, wp.di^ve a*.tfueunt)ii<i*it..t|iere * yr*wd>l*'Wh<(t?'>d?"*(ee^*frai>h, "i fintoixl aiil"w?is(ib'tuXi.(Jl'ea1\aA^irteti'!<f.f'Tery ><0h)?d'4vh'% we new t>e proe* ad?q,ts?^'foA"Congiess regularly reportco' by telegraph in the C tna(in psjieis : and when w<# find the fourth of July celebrated th' fc by ftrjlWi *uhjeef*. lty, undjCtfthe new system, hagbeen #ow in qpe-*' at ion thXCf yarn and dur ng (flat tirfte many <Mt- I * agea have been committed by the policemen j 11 hemselvee, principally owing to the loose manner ' J' n which the appointments are made. &&asr !$ las succeeded as well as could Ih> expected?for it It a well known th^t; every jjot h^use pojitippn who| * tould butfa for! the alJenuu# and bliuhgii ird de- p rent men* were'the first applicants lor tWc police J Jeparttnent-.'and such nieni, ye era ppny, to a^y, * a-ere too ottea put into office, when ttr? tnofe Ht 1 tpplicants were thrown on,, one aide?thereby J rendering the system, no matter how good it might < lie, very defective, by the appointment of men on * wham the nublic k>ok with contempt, instead of ' rewjjct. ' | 1 I j This plan of indiscriminate appointment is,,we , ire glad to we, rapidly dying away, as the aider- ? men are beginning to see the folly of such l.Ooee J ippointments; tending, as they do, only, to I iijure instead of benefit the, departmental riots and rowdyism are now soon quelled, < from the fact#of a sufficient force of police being always on hand u> check,the disturbance in the,!. bud, before Vny serious headway ia obtained. At ail fires the police jure very efficient, by Conning a line across the streets, allowing aaiy the firemen to enter. They likewise take charge ?f the house and property, thereby rendering gveat assistance to the Unfortunate citizens, by saving an immense amount of property, .q Durirtg This tnonth and the next, the twoyesrri' term vf office of nearly the whole department expires, leaving it at the option of the alderman and assistant of each ward to either reappoint the pretent occupant, or put in.his place some new naani It is on this particular that the success of the pojtcn system mainly depends. For instance, if a competent good man is su- i perseded by a worthless one, it is the public who suffer, and not the aidermen. The city lose thd services of an experienced man, whose place ib illed by one unexperienced and useless?thereby i making the department a pplrce'school, by taking ' men in lor two years schooling, and, when just Becoming serviceable tpthe city, they are ret ' moved for a green hand. 1 It is appointments of this nature that injure th* < police system more than anything eise^ 4 Men should be appointed, if suitable, durlhg'goqd con- : duct; and were that the .case, still there would be many vacancies to fill. ' ' , We trust that the aldermen, in the selection of : so valuable a body of men, in which the public interests are hourly , brought intorequisition, will 1 bear it in mind, irrespective of political iftflaencp, and nominate hien only who .are* enable and 1 honest. . : , 1 i , 1 m 1 ltd Odd-Fellowship and th? Chhrcui(?There is quite an animated discussion going: on tp the religious papers concerning: the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, land kindred beAefeolent'institutions; ' as to whether, Churyh members, can, with propriety, become connected with them. Xhe Church, , it appeal, has h^cpme'.'flahh^ht ihejirogress of these saoieUetf,<: and cries out tastily Ait t^eir't members are leavihg thbin, and joining those sootcties, and, it. the ude of secession be not stopped,J ; that Odd Fellowship wjll o+erwheUh theChurcb. This whole matter lies in a nutshell. The ' Church preaches ther dpetjine that the bungry should be fed, the naked should be clothed, the sick should bewited, the dead should be buried, ai>d the widows and orphans should be inovided for; the Church preacher thrpr but does not practice it; whereas, Qdd Fellowship, being a mere > mutual insurance company, practices those-t 'liriStian duties without preaching much ofitheui. Hence it follows that the practical takes the lead of the theoretical,'and men seize the substance in preference to the shadow. The primitive Church , fulfilled these injunfctions strictly ; the ministers of < religion went about seeking the sick, the naked, ' and the hungry, and ministering to them; but does j the Church of the present day do it.l. If it did; there would be no necessity for Odd fellow- j ahip, or any other system of mutual relieh The ministers of the'Church now-a-days care more ibr j good living, good broad-cloth, good houses, splen- . did ohuTches, and fat salaries, than did the minis- ; ters oi tne me ok anu numuie tounuer 01 titeir \ Church, in primitive times. \Ve would be far frbni saying that these remarks i will apply to all clergymen of the present day; but < we'boldly assert that they will apply to many?too j many. Let the Church, fulfil its duties, and we 1 are sure Odd Fellowship would cease to be so 1 widely spread as it is, covering overy oity, town, } village and hamlet in the country. A member f j a mutual benevolent society can, in case of sick- , ness or misfortune, claim and receive as mochas tyifl keej> himself and family from want. How much would the Chureh do for him under the same circmnslartties t Probably it would give him a Bible or a Testament, impress upon him the necos- .j shy of misfortune, point out to him the pains and'! sufferings of Christ, and then let hun hunger on, looking to Heaven for the reward of Ins patience. Tim 'Steamer Hermann and the Bostow T'aiuis.?The Boston papers notice the acknow- ' lodgment of the Knglieh papers in reference to the " speed of the Hermann ; but theyoannot leave the topic without giving ail jiossible publicity to the > fact, that " the New York editors are in ecstacjes at the successful performance of the H." Wcllj , why should not the New York editors show a 'i commendable " ecstacy 1" It is a pity that our | good-natured neighbors at the J^dat should have jtlieir old song, about liie ill-success of New York steamers, spoiled ; but the truth is, we have a way i of pcrkeveriDg, and if our ship builders fail the ' Jirst time of trying, why they " Try, try again." j Vult Hermann and uhited States. ."Coming 1 events cast their shadows before." The improve- , mept iu this dC|<urtuient of naval architecture will i nroaiess to excellence, and our steamers take . jtcc? (Jencc In their class, just as surely as cur sail- , in ft pocket# ate now the theme of praise wherever they lire knpwn. . ' 1 !1 ' e- . d "rfl" ^kfkaxsais Eviioi'a.?This steamer had aot arrived st Boston last night, ?*he is now in her tweUtlftlaf. . , Tpfc Exi'Kssa Srt.\*iKii Bi.jjsa ^ista, Captain Jams, wi.l leave at M o'clock thiwmotlBtng forJHaflfa*. ?he wjJt return to feostt^i next Tuesday or Wednesday. u a i : " .. 1 l ., . I II I.I.. ? ?... ' ill I Monk Trophi.es among ihe west inofa hkav'ks ?W?,<iJTucJet|, Inst' wtlk, to a threatened insitrnection among the slaves on the Jhtniwh West India TMleinrhr.' Accounts have arrived1 ^in TBejCfnuda and Boston, confirming the junior that aanoasn trouble* had taken place. The Miiitttufn fihj/al Gaiettt U tjif. J^'h cofltafns the fol{oyv intWUiportput news in jelatioa to ike slave insiwreoUomat ttantm 'CrjhJi,", ott^ df rtrc Catrrti^fce tsjahjtli " ia?brvatjoiiat keel* ?*#z~r mavuiitios w]wh ASH raeVAKl 1 ?? T,H?. ISeV?SAk"T4e-lMK*ai|lCMANt ifAr ( IIO.V-.ll.WAMOrAriSSlOlj TSt* kAAVMiATI Hfi TmoMaI.-: U. M..ii;h?on?i Lark Ueat., O. M. Uwnnts ? i>iat Ai^ivcd on th? itib.iiihtnnt, in uwn <Ug? drum *t. Thomas-left than- ft )4. AUivnjrJng veaaai Thunder, Comma&dvr JterMtt, to la*w?.Ak<*tlji/?r JkngUnd. tto Jsarn that account* had rwactx d #t ThoSHtan from Santa. L ev* o( an InmsrreeWan among the stave popiiintief of tti?tl?lAiid,oltii?iJBM?Aon? oCaonaa df MM'1 wblte iitinbitante. and of lb* destruction by firs ?f a number of tbsswtatca TJia work of tba ii?o??i4.ory" aba still progress tag, as lbs fires could bp #a?n.??oti ??. 1 bourns at (lie time of tb? I.ark's leaving..-.. < . i " ' The Ptitsb Oovernnvtut bating maualyaMd thatrSlates eondiUonaily < nly?4b*?r serving an M?pts?tM nlp of twelve years?had led to lids yroaaading. and It vastuutl'vitood that their immediate freedom would-ha giwuauUsd to then* if tliej would avasa taking khaSlva* ' of 'be whit<* and Hay tliv OeetmoUoo of pnopaatg, > ' , 'ike t.ovemor of hi Thomas, fearing a similar outbreak. wa? about to derlaaa, Ir. the name of kta (Joterfi? I mapt, Jiomadiate Creadon to thaalavas on that Island 1 be white Inhabitant* worn all armed, and maaVurM* were being taken to put down by fores, If possible, aWy instilx rdtnati'm. 1 h>- (.ioreraor bad request, d ttupt' Parm It te ren niif a few days to afford htin assi-tntire. i Cit v. Ji hnn.n, 11 c? >t?'h t uroiins, is recovering I 'rem his hit' mere tccidenf. I J* *' g lIMhitiUal an?i Miuical. | Ivkiit Tnr4 i >?,?These fine long xMu?r ere- 1 fltgs ?re qaK? favorable t theatrlnals, it oeerae. as j or house is well filled every night, and the aadienees j -cbi to enjoy themselves In the highest degree, listen- ! ig to the vivacious acting and pleasing singing of iia? Taylor, the comicalities of Burke,the fine eloouion of Marshall, Clarke, Hall, and the other members f the Bo* try company. This theatre Is now doing a ne business, amusing dramas, brilliant soen*o effect, nd laughable farces, are produced nightly with great fleet.' The manage*, Mr. flambtin, from Ms long **- J eriinee io. and great knowledge of,things'theatrical, I nowSvlastly hdw to hh thepnblie'taste. "He is forunaieinbuviag Mr Stevens ae a stage nsnttager, as very thing uud.-r his supervision is done as It ought I o be;- end when ha takes pant in-che acting, he proves , nift* ficlout and uaesdient actor. It is indeed a j ilt-utur* to go to the Bowery; no "stage waits," no tea- . rrUmj't in the management of the seenery, mat the fleet of tbepieoes. To-night a flne bill wilt he presented. [ is . the splendid interesting military spectacle of the | 'Battle at Aostsrlito," the amusing eftrMVaganza of | ' k'oriunio." and the spectacle of tho < Knights of 8t1 ; Ishttj" Miss Taylor hit a part'in earn 01 tMese, . llwn; and Marsball, Stereos. Burke, Hull, Tilton, ; Lttd the rest tf the aowipany, will also appear. Several , lev and splendid dramas are in preparation, and, the . >at rows of the Bowery may rely on It that'the ??U- j ilisbmeat will oontinueiM present MgU standing. j NibloS', Astor ;'rL/ice.?Notwithstanding ,tho exirtfie,hf%t of the weather, there was a fair attendance j it this bouse last night, ho witness the fleet appearance I >f Mr Plscide. and the beuutiiul perfdrinanoes of the I Lehman family. The performance commented With j he M Italian Brigands,"-eompoeed of mimic and plat- \ Jque tableaux, by the Lehmah family and Monsieur Slsrxetti. The. touching and; interesting drama off lather Whitehead'1 was pertained,in which Mr. I'lscfd* sustained the character of Father Whitehead ,u ptifrct style, IQs personification ef the old' man In bis delightful seasons iwith his grandchildren, was most beautifully fu*(plned,a? well as that scene where Lhey Mle overtaken by adrersity-. and the contrition of hiuigley. by >ir. ralmer, Mr. l'laalde wae loudly applauded throughout the piece,, and meat deisms, dly, too, for his whole perfnrmanoa waa marked with a full knowledge ef the business, and won for hi in the unbounded approbation of'all present,.. Hip appearance waa. hailed with delight, gnd there is not a doubt, so long as he remains, the house will bo ujgbtly tilled to overflowing. M'lles. Adelaide aud Mathilfle appeared in the beautiful M'&s do jDeux la Napviltaln" with their usual beauty and Sac*, aad we must reiterate that M'lle Adelaide Is ' e mosf, popular dmifuie on the stage at the present day. It is worth the lull price of admission to sen her I in a single yds. The entertainment concluded With I-os leggdorep, or, the Corn Thrcshoiw," the principal characters in which were sustained byM. Rehra dt a^d.hrlle: Adelaide.tt is a mom interesting and, inuutijful pan tontine, and: j the pasts were' most ably sustained. 1'he whal* performances passed MT most handsomely, and were frequently encored.! Mr. Pla- , eide.una called after the curtain fatly ao great was'the ' appreciation of ilia merits in the chastctcr he suhtaincd. 4, most atUraotire hill ia offered for to night, and Mr. Flaeide will sustain several prominent charactera. GotoNiblo's, It ia tbe inoat delightful/place the city, and no one oan leave dissatisfied, so long as the present company remain. It ia eain to atttempta' description of the entertainments at this place. They must bo seen to be appreciated, and aro most fully appreciated by all who do-witness them, (lotanight," and yon will be sure to go again. There Is ample for the mental and physical sapaoitisa, subserved,In Niblo's good old style of catering. : '' Ci?TLB Garb* v.?-Last even!ngbeingtrt abtx^for'^ benefit of Hottest ai and Aydltl, twofarqrtUjaud.distinguished, artists, and well .known, as the leaders of the or cbeMraof the Havana Italian Opera Company, the theatre, at an early hour, presented! a brilliant ashoinblageof tbft'fliu and fashion of ibiooity. Although the night was exceedingly warm, yet the garden wad perfepfly comfoftablCj as cool 4pd refreshingbreezes pow.^nd again pervaded this spacious and magnificent amphitheatre. Tbe performances commenced With * grand oVcrtdre, which was sascntsdwHh great -nnislMl "ability, Rs-' petti leading the Crbbestra. 'Nextfnsueeestiiou, Wis a oaratlnw, Q 8?gno Ctat?<- frCih "I 1'drttani," which' wasgivenitoy big nor Beneventaww Wtth ^iaeileht taSte and* five cxecutteiwhie rleb. round' tohPs ctfuld bib distinctly beard bythosc who had Seats on the fciloohy; hs was repeatedly cheered. Signer Csiffl' faflbwedj'lh brilliant variation,'On a Ckutf* /Wf.tfrtd*Moh he ........tuii nn uiaxniiM elih. teii gauoieat1 sclenoe. Vl#ttt''-hanir a Romania, ffom the opera JC'OH'wrs,1* add received' The intense desire" (ft the audience steeihed to bWtqb theappearance dt two great favorites', Sigbortba TrhB and Mgnora 1'icO, Mtd'themotaeot they Appeared, Ihe bouse i Aug with reiterated Cheers. 'Twelr CWcutffon Of thogCaud duo. F.ftben-m itfertla:from Semlramidfc, wak'truly harmonious. Trnfll'K volte-was feinarka^h* for purity. roundness and swbctues*, and the ity-rp volume of Weo'n inoumparible contralto. While following Ao pure bull melodious Cadenpee of Slfuorina Truffl created the nio-t thtilliog harmony We hkvC ever heard fmtn two artists. ' At Thy r nd ',OT 'the dUo; they were hailed1 before thcCuHaiu, 'ivheii they Wete met by the unanimous cbeerp of the tftrdieUce. ' Ardltl gave impress! vt? evidence of great muslcd! talwtf! in hlif arecutlun on tbevkilinof u new frttitaidA. Rut no-' thing eonld possibly eijunl the betformancn of';Bottp'rint entM doable base. AH areaWnre <tf the dfjllculty f playing the SHblinte enitipcfsttton ofthe * Cprnfrfl Of Venice;'' huttu the band* of this rarely gifted 'extraordinary genius,-It v>v rendered 'with a swectnbfo1 hrlllla. ey and astonishing etveiition. nhicb'"tanked the audience to cheev him' from drdty pari of the tlrdatre. In fine, last Owning will be'iong retnenibered by the musical dilltttkiiti of New York, for evert artist 'did his duty, and a discerning community reipottdedto the maims Of two deserving artists. A Vety attractive bilt is presented for the people's amusement hp Castle Harden to-night Bv a toy's Thkatbi;'.? The Angel In thy Attip:' was performed hero last evening, in which the Chevalier, by Mr. Jordan,'was Well sustained, '"llombey and S'>n'' succeeded, and Nix. Burton, to the character of Captain Cut tic, elicited the meat marked applause throughout. Never did the hbdest Jack T#r appear id more advantage upon tb? stage. M<t>?c4 Oft stock, by Brougham, vaiyn admirable personation., There rn four nf rmr mnnt. Twiniilnr isnmaiiiuns itautn iho that possess such Versatility of -true gecius u Mr. and those wh'o nave seen him ip his best Wfh cha? racers could scarcely reaoguiso h}n? last evening ha t|(e " rough apd tough and deviling sly-', Major, The cnllte piece passed off most creditably, and su represented by a u etfcellfept and 'aflectlte cpflt. li Doinbay. End.Sotr'trill be repeated this crening. aftpr which K T.dJota Jltrafoneic.'' by Miss Visiters, $li*s bloc lair, Mons. Frederick and M* I'arsloe, will' be pre eutod. Tbe < White* and the Browns'* *111 succeed. fho high* talent* of the perform mfbereyancbthp attractive biMe put forth nightly, feflVn gained frrt "*11 h''djtserved popularity, which? under the au.'pleiohs management of (v1t Burtob. must ensure for It its own fhure of liberal support. Sid no* uk J51:?.y?is.?This> dieting uishud artist fade published another . beautiful eavatina, composed by -the late lamented Donizetti," and intended1 Ify him for the character of ftdM?ha,.in ' 11 liarbkre d,i and was introduced in that celebrated Opera by Jia. dam* Roual De Begat*,- In -'place-' *f aLTnd 'rote poco fa,'' The eavatioa 1* InO major,y?ry rlcb lu,meh)tfy, and adnpieil to all Toioae 'li'ltese is in tha.dai :?^ a beautiful u)o(.tr?iu B luiuoc, ,*ud that uatho altetra ' I.indtoa amabile" la d<Uoate aud delightful Ko doubt, the musical professor* and ansa tears will bo highly pleased with this elegant composition. Niguoc He Bignis intends to publish, man jr.nthar aoags aud dU?ta;vf Ovnipetti in tn? oqpdug aulnuun- 1'ho present one is published at Firth, .Bond U. tin's mush) store, aud, no doubt, will harp a rapid sale among the musical ihlUtunti ef this city. l?i?u |?ii f> ? | k Mrs. Vrrsos'i Bkneht.?This cclebratott'dctroas, Vtibwh generally by the vlflltert ofthc farkThpatn* an the best in ber ftne at present vu the 't,AM tab* a beiU. lit t?,worgi>w evening, ajLvuU? tiapd-n. \Y<* would, then, a<lvi*e her friend*. end tho*<? who hwv* often been dvHghtitl with her natural ffjyjj triii' peraonition ot character. to Off < Tory .;*? rtio? to 1)11 ?t"o.st U- tardea on, the qcc?e j q n of W? ,4''^K*v<Mf,Hfcr AWw? W>aWii Man Murder. Mr* knight. Mr*. Abbutf. Mra. Mr liaea arid ikr. h<atk bgvt all voiwutepwi theirfeffteii*. >id #c are Informed that a very atlructieu hilt WiU.t><- pre* Rented, In order to gratify lb* t*fite *?A?i?h** or feu patron*. C u*n*v fMiMnrfiJi 1* hlr sfiwtf- nt warm wratMt ijuht *nite there darkle*, a* they are now Ringing *U greater ickthan evaa, and <j?*t a* they are leaving u*. 1 heir popularity iweni*"to turn tlv#n'n frith tart. (iorhoa?ver. to'a few dhy*. tOiey rrrort, ive understand; therefore thoep whit wl*h< *d IfearttMin had beUear huiry at-onor to MeOhitala** Hall. ' 1 x, , B**vfc*b'? rjrkbriifi'.'-Th'lrfttt^bee Votk IkVUKfl night y by tfrflit' wiih1JiW1of,burttiiifMlK,T ft')*dedh atdfy The- m?*t 'exttftofdiVary "#t>? df Tbh VWd ''tkbroth'ekbtbltey flht* fbt W> Wiany 4notftnli. ine in her*t UVertlwn frtrti^ not*.- "*>? W<ed after thi* WbeV; aS the ardttrtetW It dhdeyVngJg*, ihehttbl^W*eWheiw#tOi if."" ',7'* fA'i rt*Wp*lV .iMniiin ( Ca^jraiuN, no^,f!*hihiUrig. at, Mm vlneraa.JCaoDiH, 1i ilS^MPKAffiW eXci lenient .gwang ,?!? olawee Thi fgta? iiul LoDpJv^y itf.iM oW,.<*un?Mj, UMegailanl PiFXv'WfiMKWrir*** iru<>re#t, which thp\r dolhgiffft ?r-*Mq bav/t fr?iMa4.?? U?tt?A. malt the raiyrram* ?>o?t lnmt*tg?g one. At a,work ol wt.ftl! e V?y<W*- ??4tlie ybtwamid loeahUe* are All delineated mitb fl?t utrocat^qpufany, t a nl i , Mit( MI., nm PiMMM alttrTliR WitMt Sj*. tfitotMtfyk.?"the JfytTpiirnZa Gaz rtif 1l^1in(|t.,. received ,vtft,JJp#tpn,: contain* the tol lowing loynl remnrks in referent* to wonfe resold(ittWiitftytfrljL b/ folAnjI wftyc, rmettogs,is tine cuontry rttt i i"j "itie urjow Hitoorr; whlrtr taaantl/ tAkctoa ui front the neijjhborihtt eotttitiVnt, of iW-'r *p Aggro*altwhitture. seem to haT^'ftrtglttated lb ? piiitiqai mnvejneht' on the part itf the 0< tuooute to fu'Quenci theVpfHi of the Iflsh wiWl1 irttdni tneV ba^eV"04 ?j Itrfe ffatei-rrtted^tof ?hHr Kadldat*. Otb*f4( T*tM ? to 1he fre*tdentlHl' Hhaff! W?*r tValfif that 1W m.,ri 1 reetseataMe portion Bf (he ttlfthtWOf Boetdft attd N?,w y?T\i eofar frotn . t?e0hra*1n|{ thd*? i>rodn?dln^>. undtrgnteedty eondemYietl ftieiH Wh did not apprehend that they would attempt to ekftt out their threaU notwiih, tatidir* i he tBUlttrtlhJl^1f, ThhOfn?raL^ Wf lltt^. tHirt-gftllWial-at the preifnt to drerfd t\ieh> tbttig. 'Ike loyalty, bravery, and dleeretion of thi gallant 42d are matter* of hietory, and the o< mpaniei of artIII, ry and englnoer* with u* would, we are enntl dent, not be found wanting in their attachment tc their Sovereign '* TEUtXUAPHH IvmxiGEME. *nmm?ry. A spirited debate was elicited yesterday, in the Senate, upon the resumption of the Territorial Bill, in which Messrs Dix, C.dhoup, Johpson, of Maryland, I'u.vton, otliers, took part. No conclusion was arrived at, however, at hulf past twelve last night, though many efforts were made to eltret that <|f?M ^ iII wi"? ho adtibt,, be terminated to-day. " TEe same subj??t was the theme in the House, where it was pro posed to close the debate ut 2 .'clock, yesterday, which tailed, nothing else 01 importance was agitated in either House. The reader will observe th* usual rarffyy of intelligence by telegraph^ . i i'' (Jeneral Butler and Col. R. M, Johnston, arrived in the train from the West, yesterday afternoon, at Washington City. ; > ?> ' WASlIinOTON^WEDttltSDA^, M. Mr. Johnston, of Maryland, is speaking: in the Senate on the territorial bill. The general understanding is that the vote will be token-some time to-day,, probably at a very late hour/ds' Messrs. Di*, Petrieit, Clayton, and Others are wfcted to address die Senate. The biU will pass thtat body; ' but by what majority is Mot knpwtnf-dppb'less a small due. Mr. Corwin's speech faaivmade a wondertuhmpression. ft is the ' gwo'ehtf'^mpressiorfthat the bill wiUbpt o^ss 'ute Jlfruso,,, There ' is a proposition liow to eamjt CalUoreia aval New Mexico as States, without any pne-vwausiprubation. Northern and Southern men weiin fawosnf this, i; but a. difficulty is raised by Mr - OaiHouty'that the population is too small toedtitle tHettrtiPadinisstoni" R is-impossible to tell how the b^thni will be decided. Many Senator*'nbidOt the ' nuestlod to-ddy, notwithstanding the agne-'incnt to that effect yesterday 5, but ?t, is believed it will be pressed through nevertheless^ .. .? ?mi r , u'.y fi't iTf-?>1 H 'MI 'lS ? 'sl'S j TIIUtTUCTH (XMURltm. :lud p . FMracMtam*J?i-siSdt rf; m; '.i. I . ! . WuwsflTM, JulV M. 1?4S. , Benito. '? - til 4 .ri.r J The SMUti HwnkUd at the usual ho<nY?n j wu , called to order by the Vie* Preside btt ' n Sowdiipetition# wer# presented, Abd'tfcwk their .WWUMVM? ; nil.. f-tiuU ,ixhc sronrrT*R?i OP IVAI Pan rjhb-oaMA11 i i t ,| -.it wi h. *M?) *?.! ? ?q . j. Mil IUte,of New Hampebise. dnbmtttod a rdMblutioa , eailing upon t bo Secretary at- Wat #Mriafo+taiation as to why the amount paid uaeh officer had (Mewdmitted from the last , army register.. i The rseeluttouWas laid OTM? 1 I I- 1MK I ?? ' 1 > " <! * T." '*dl l> ii?hh: i no^AViea fit lakd re kj* *?? ? osfc x >ltv Kicoi ?f Alabama, agseeably fa ootid* ashed and .obtaloajd leave to submit a bill in fceor offrantlng a donation of public, land to the Stata. of Alebdma, for the pprpope of eonttnietiM a railroad ftotn Mb bile to tbempntb.of.iUie Ohio.. The bill, by anaatmoan eonsent, was read a first and ntcobdttiae, and referred to the Committee,on Pubilo Lands: .<1 i <? > ml! i ; !. ? ; MeTiPOtf roa.j*?BCBan , ?t< n?i I. af Indiana, snboMttSd AlraM>lution for ^onaldvraMon, that tha .Senate J will take <4 reoes* frou> 4 t? $.o'clock, P. M. i. el.iieq .ii To lied Mr. ?*:j?roM opposed tha resolution. Heeatd that it looked to night sessions of the debate.*) UendM that i he. wee billing to.sit .here .discing dog days,'hut not , during dog night#.-.vihuIouus jorUtseb }?ir. .of i Vermont, opposed Ihr'resolution. He said that they wanted foil tiuie, and day time, for the debate tfnWe territorial hiU ..t the teyntoHil *pin . tVken.Vv-nl^nt^ and. one Srbutd nerelr Voli to adjourn again un^ll ,l$e .diestioa SSS ii. . i p., u rrttW?:*KfToh;iyj ViiV/j ! On tnofioh'ejr Mr. Clavt A^.dT' Delaware, the Senate proikedVU to take tip the Terrtto/Hl Btfl.1 "7*T Mr'.' Bitpiliv, OfConhectlcut, oflvVvd #fa amendment 'tb the hlir, Tb favor Of 'givltf^'fc^^iftMe^AeAeaf "ciVntis' tb all peirsons deprived dr.iiTOtTjr. in ferfltories, Vrtai ffce WghtfQf direct appeal to the Sbpr<ifi?'e Court. f*'1 Mr. WitKr*. and also SiyrjOiiiao'ii. iofj5?tjjland, dw'nofWe'tKaU their would uliiVe AuudrV gmTiadments a tteW Wfbtp the final vdtfe hiUr?4 M/. 'JpwVMoVjOi'Mnrjland. (Be'h ;6mafnr? the floor, ' add proWe'dedtfi'address the .Spdite atViepgQi. He ![ rtifdthdt "he supported tljb bifl aitthe Only pllva branch I 9? M other " urged him tygo fot fhe'blO.fcM.nroV $uri th.n taking t a JWcn^Weejj the&6$K which 11?ohl(* n(jt be'eolnpromfAed ITttiO biO'ropalir be de "kfCtefl 1 ; ' " t7T" Tlar I1 "Str. t!R tif NorthCarolitifa foXUiU^X. aA'ifatttresHed tbl Senate'ut l^bfct'h. 'lnthee'><jWi? oriils yqffiyrk-', he ' ''Mflfl thatudtuittiug the right t>f,fcoa<r?j? to prohibit 1 rihtC*fr m, two terries, that be- *dul<j ?Oll deprecate | tti ewrefae. '' He expfikjid jmrptWi at t^e manner Mifwhftji the/bill had! Wh MVuWd klMlft .North, . wheii 'It w^a bohsidered ' that . Ft'"<fiifr' 'iifrntdered j on' the part df'.tnu Soufhyftfr tti.iiUk Lf peace 1 and union He (lecbtri-d he potlld o3ly ipte'far it be MioW it oMklpert greater' ^Obd 't'othe whMeppuntry, no ftiq tnat^nc lOTcd Lift iKirtjr "ulipartyj dearly; 1 bfct "he cotit it jAdtlhee an p'artjj o, 0 u ^ itiiirati Ji& cheer| filW. lor the settlftnent "ofthlsWedt flitoafiodT* I ' Mtvpli.'of ^NeW YorV, obtafo- il the ftM-Ahd addressed tfte Senate fn' an' ?m teannerl lrfNHich he . foot pecarfoh tp defen^ thp'from i Ftnne afptrsloue'eaetdpon.htr by k ipiKhern lhember in thietoof ,$*k<fkWA>Uw^?ea the ' eolmprOtolede't^ thp'Cpnstltutiod potf shouSYaJo : but ;. denied ?Wn.,eC7iipt'Otoipep efcfeWfrd % jfefmorioe. MJ?,'H.jJJntlntied?The yar^Aad' prooeed/dton the , ground or upu-lnterft-feuee , davi^ mm found actoall^ ei^tlng : WJicr<t thry Y.nibt it ip'sHUd left It. TnerMti nptInterfere* t ffifstatee, \ ?tth the hlnale exception of L'ohiilana. . T urttft It to extend ?Wm it existed ; UOtnT flatly tti8y stood firmly upqu I be coinpro nises of tho cooslitutljfn They had always dob* co. *od wiircpptiotie Yd Jo 'dp. More thaii tlikt. they h?d opptiHHcJ%n lflt(>rfJr?aog filth slavery in.ihe District 91 Columbia,, Where (^iP'eCi is uutporln d to e$eiciso jurisdiction In nil. cues what' cpsT'er.' fje'reft'rrCd to thk fac iimitt qrhleWr of Mr. | Motfoe. dattfd Watch 4,1OT0. bo chow whaCarore the ! opinions pf .the Cabinet, of the. l'recidenl at ihht time , f 'ttn the ffdertl^ri ph>poui>d?U bg $0. Mo'nrod j?Kirst, ' tad CtpgieM * right uhd** tt>? poier taSW'lb it by 1 tfe c.onctltutfdn,Td w?kj'w^^^piirt.orplilbJtlng slaVfjy In the territories SoCoud, Was,tbf 9th tootion pf,the ?tty^ifM hA>sed both hou,-ei prohibiting slavery north oi yciliO, consist cut With the eqwUlutlon ! Mr furors, who Wa? sVcretayr of ffaf, at that tttnc, gaid thf-t be,wb4 satisfied that he never euiud have >ri'it? wfews, uti Mf. X>i* tcthsAed, that he had kopWqd Tfdm the eop of,John Siplnoy Adauis. thy 'iflhir then Secretary bf State, an extract, frodj hls djify., Uq iiqqLod the htrthtuitf . of Kir. Mo.qtt*- and hia.aJrttnUtra, !vf&< ZJ.$i?ntv^..^tha^ _Q9mrr had , P?*rf W ptphi>it fTavorv on. Tho JoWnubfr Mr,. A?tatas, wWbelonged to 7h?t Cabinet. >hbWg fm he agreed (o the^thsVotlttn qi itia.N^vourl 1 ' Chilipfomlsh i? coMitUtl.itjfi! ft^rofiffijLMavery Perth'of 36:30. ']} IdoL eatd Mr'. M, (oKSonron rwj t^ri$l*Jt?h^ha9-. , Mr caU^y?Ie.(<hnt pu e*trac|Ti,ow,Mg, r\d etna's ,J Mr: Mf. tfttokW. u.\] Mr rtai.uorS? when was ft maAo, Mt. 0-*rtrr *' i tou'I im , Mr' tafUdi'A?H*?e you .exatoiped thd.fctate DapafUOetit to >elj Whether tho dpiiumcutis tnerp tiled ' 'Mr. "lVKitcoTt?T made an eaawiunimn,^1^ cou|d '' .MUtfind such^aper |, , .?? MT .XJalhovs ? fr i wrote anything on c.ignjeot, it hag entirely escaped iny oietpnry, The fynf^,of tha ' cfatkmcnt do hot, correspond wtyh, my opinion*. ProiT. ?My there W torn* .explanation of oirciiawtpure* of 1 WtiiA W'knof nothing, if J ha-i given aprlttaD "CpfhiBB. I cOUId not have, forgotten it. Iruay have . assent? d to till) flr?t proposition,., Ji,' , . ' ' Mr. JoMwrtJs, df Md , took up the^e ?'yni?tptter of Mr.^Mpuroq, and showed,wh?>ji. tnt?irtia<'a4pns were made, and remkrited that the ward ' unanimous'- wae itelcten olif Tlw.r.i \r. t .fJr... huo Spoken * to histrwti slews. ' " '* ' Mr; OMtuoye saM.'thatif tHe fitbltiet hiW 4*$ ***$ ,1 an optirlon ohtlils ftatyMC. It mh'?t 4? In th'? Department r.f uiMn. H?( would'take an uttradk JVom no i f man# journal tkn.Hr raff hie.'th# otrtomsUtfees atn "tMrtifig'tB# ikw wf tfto ffemnMr. Mr. 1>t* oontlhUed tn ml#'Ahd comntontHfion the i -part MetWry of Hi?: torwntti^nt'1 tntlldltig 'up a "strong argonaut in'ra^port ot Mi# tvWiat' ptotfw>. if this ; > bill pwesen, IW MeWoo and (SMfT 'rtila Will'iti'ldes than f hve ye**#.!* sl*Ve holdfcrg t#rfc!l<*lbk 1 T' [ 'irtir ttrtt shbftingand cowardl|Je,,h|fT(?,P*''Hl?,i#l?) bolJ* r Slarriy. kndlfoeitepsionwiPWiq"'*.** 4l*f Hu??, and f h any ropntrt. , c'ongres* had >?} H"W U> MN*t its I rlftenWn.lTe contenilpd that IV paoiM W*" >? '? allfMWWakiflbt slareryaofUv'-al??#ry 4^, not e*lAt lb tn<5 tcriftprv., Tbt>8uuMt?aoo^??:*ucd tho inf^Me of Waj'ijtahd If.T^ft i# ihp SoutJU, tfio sail " wnHiJd jt? itf iTcudlng. JJe objected, to leaving it to I th#StiprfM|/ otfrt, and preferred a decision, by Congrrff If the Supreme Couft 1* to Jbsdraggadi into this rgltalloft. in tlip )>yllLic?a arena, l4?f|COB*e<|iiiue?s may ' Jut to deptbred all, ii ,i , lii ? M>. t'riitjt thought |ne time Karl, coma lei tho sat'tlemebt of fjie oijAsUpn V'>w b the limn |o secure " iBvtWfe^JT'r' V the ppHjitifl* <4 lb.- footsteps of a I &f" Tpift .JH# tins v?ry,tim;-. Mr-Uphsw# argusd , the enke (ill tJin extreme grouu4s "f the f??e mil man I fctljie $ott)i. oqnU'fldlng eainjwt.ly to upsat itli*;;?g?, gicbi (frMr. Tfletps In favor of the, bill. f 'Wyjhti.i/lnpilha flqor iU mads what we t?milr, ( hext'to Mr. (,( i win. tin; verj idroegtot speech,,;* alnst I tl,e>111. in ronbv polulh uiw.jriwprlul, llaeuvedercd r thin a chance pk' s-nru,, and us n forynrv to U|? Su' jTrr/n# ('mitt a? a bur.m wb|?h It cu*<d u<>t,b,*r Tlia f ''ir*piiur|bi|'iy nybJi.'llLly belonged to Uaib'iS . c MrCUjlon, Mr ' .'iIIm.uu and Mr UW:RijatM>n dei Teild?d the r.Mnniiiti>e> bill. Uwnilie r?eolt.:,not of *_ ehaflco but pf Midlpre deliberation , a'r Hi i.i. Ssla the 'jiie-tlnn wa< ! ? It etp 'iltent to ( adopt I his rompn nil*e to ?ettb> this qiisitlna f Vow be thought not 'J b< re was too much rxnitemont all , orirllie country on Ibo subject With grea' (nrse and energy Mr. E*)| contian-d hit argument against

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