Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 18, 1848, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 18, 1848 Page 2
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fei|M Siity prisoner*. and ion< thousand tlorin* t.n\r bifii rtpturtd " Tint Journal dn l>rhmti announce* that the intur- ' rectionary ujothi >nt in B*<1en. under tbe direction *> M StruTr. ha> totally failed. even without the intfrti Dtion i f the Baden troop* M.Struve and hi* kiiii) have entered Switierland. Spain* The HrraUo. of Madrid, of 22d, etuti-s that on the l"th a eevere encasement of *nme hiur'* duration took place between t'ahrera at th? head of a numerou* band aDd two detachment* of the Queen'* troops. | at a hort distance from Lahajol in Catalonia ; and : that eventually the insurgent* were routed, and Cabrera htnip? If compelled to fly into France. The province* of Ciudad Real and Toledo had been proolaim- ! ed in a *tate of aidge. The intelligence of the defeat of Cabrera'* band, ' near Figueiaa i? confirmed, but it In not true that Ca- I brera had been driven over the French frontier. He bad. however, been *o very cloeely pre??d by the Qneen'* troop* a* to hare bad only a narrow escape . from falling into their band* General Fulgosio, Cap- | tain General of Burgos i* dead. Important from Germany. Although tbf evacuation of Scble*wig and Holntein k.?t< hnnnrfthlv carried into effect h? General Wrangel who bu transferred hi* influence to a new Borne of action, that unhappy traot of oountry has not secured praoe. The ProviMoual Government in Snhleswig bus repudiated the armistioe executed at Malmoe, and threatens to execute vengeanoe upon any Danish commissioners who dare to enter the territory to carry out the stipulation!. Moltke. thu Bishop of Alsen, and M. Jobausen are to be arrested when ever they arrive So, whllft all Europe is endeaToring to bring about a peaoe, these " Provisional'1 authorities seem resolved to perpetuate disorder. General Wrangle having been appointed to tha oominand of tbe Prussian forces at Berlin, has issued a ''no mistake'' sort of proclamation, that he intends to preserve ordrr in Prursia. and the consequence has been that the whole strength of the revolutionary party U arrayed against him. During the week we have b*en deluged with rumors of the actual rupture of the King of Prussia with his parliament, and have been in daily expectation of some frightful conflict between , the people and the military. Involving the very exist- ' ence of the monarchy. Gen Von Pfuel h?? formml a new ministry, supported by General Wrangel; but ( whilst, on the one hand, the revolutionary members of the parliament are striving to gain the upper hand, the king threatens to dissolve tbe Parliament if they | proceed to any ether business except the voting of the constitution The popular party, through Von B*ck- j erath, demand the re organisation of the army?the adoption of a constitution in the sense of the comtnisfsion? subordination to the central authority at Frauk- ' fort, and th* usual programme of French progagand- I ism. including, of course, a deoision upon the subject : Of punishment of death. In the meantime, at Cologne, arrests have been made of per?ocs accused of being ooncerned iu a plot to bring about a republic; and the accounts we bad reported tiring in different directions. At franbfort the insurrection has been completely suppressed, and this bad been followed up by a complete disarmament rigidly enforced; hut the effects of the late insurrection at Frankfort have been to bring again into action the revolutionary Struve. From his re'.reat in Switzerland be has advanced into the Grand Duchy of Baden, and fairly hoisted the standard of insurrection. From Lorrach, where his first proclamation was issued, be advanoed, It was said, to Freybourg, where the ineurgents were represented to have made a stand, but We cannot learn that they have progressed further than Sohliengen. A considerable budy of troops has been dispatched from Frankfort, by railway, to Ermimendingen, where the railway is broken up It is very ! probable that the force of the insurgents has been greatly exaggerated; but. under any oircumstancea, the movement is of a highly dangerous character. It is very evident that, at Frankfort at Berlin, and. perhaps. Vienna there is a concert amongst the Red Republicans to bring about a i-tate of anarchy; the most enterprising leaders using the mob as subservient to their i>*d dtslpns. At Vienna the same disorganisation of all government prevails, and must, of course, with the derangement i f all busii ess. bring about frightful results. In the Hungarian provinces a desolating war seems to bave broken out The Hungarians and the Croats are fighting with numerous armies, whilst the Hungarians at least are ready to throw off the allegiance of the Au?trians. By the most recent accounts it would appear that the Hungarians have been completely defeated, bnt that thev were rallvine the nefcsantrv to re net the enemy. However distant these events may be from oar own chores, tbey cannot but have an important cflect upon the luture fate of the Austrian empire ; but ax far as we can learn, the Croats only demand administrative reforms, not actual separation. T1IE REVOUTTIONARY SPIRIT IN GERMANY. tFrom the London Times. September 27.1 ?? ? ? **? ? It would be absurd to underrate the strength of the revolutionary p?rty in tiermany. or to ovrlook the difficulties still to be surmounted, before government in that country can be restored to a secure and re peot-d form. In the German political assemblies the anarchists are more numerous than in the National Asuembl) of France: out of doors, tbey are more formidable <han they are in France, if we except such cities as Paris and Lyons Nor can any doubt be en- j tertaioed that they are prepared to contend for their j detestable cause by all the means which society ab- j hors The? have Threatened the Assembly at Frankfort; they have basely murdered two of the men who 1 were deserv<dly its leading ornaments in bpirit, eloquence and gallantry; and they are now proceeding in Baden and Wurtemberg to every excess of political disorder, of agrarian plunder, and of sanguinary crime Itisthe misfortune of these times that motives and actions, which belong more properly to the < degraded life and the atrocious soul of criminals and I malefactors. have been invented by political passion with tbe strength of parties and "the dignity of pro fessed opinions But when the disguise is stripped from these enemies of the human r*oe, their public ! enormities are Infinitely more pernicious and abomin- j able than the mere secret atrocities of private wrongs. I Death and destruction are their work and their creed, 1 and if th* world i? not to r-lap?e into barbarism, it must j be preserved trots the application of their fatal and ex- ( travagant maxims Against these multitudinous offence*. and against that spirit of insubordination and discord which includes all tbe particular violations of human and divine justice, law and government have no resouroe but that of military power. The interest of mankind nositlvelv requires the emDlovment of some regular force superior to the force ofthoM who defy the limit*- , ikids of power, and who use the freedom which may he ' conceded to themselves by existing institutions only to lay those institutions prostrate In the dust. Aifalrit In Italy. The news from Italy is unimportant. All parties ! Beem disposed to accept the mediation of England and France, but the cabinet of Austria properly statei tha*. the war of Charles Albert cannot give him any claim upon Lombardy; that Austria possess a double right: j that whirh is founded upon the treaty of Vienna, and that which springs fr^m the conquests of Iladetrky. ! Austria adds that France and England alone, without the concurrence of the other power* of { Europe, cannot decide upon the political system of Europe, and therefore she proposes a general congress i of all the powers in Europe for the settlement of all the question* respecting Italy. It Is even suggested ; that the proposed congrt-ss should be held at Inns- | pruck It is difficult to impeach the correctness of , theee declarations, and they seem so potent to all the ! world, that even France, in her present state of ex- I citement quietly admits their validity by not ventur- I ing to interfere Our Paris letter mentions, on the authority of a com- I municatien from a highly informed quarter, that the Austrian and Sardinian governments, not having j been able to agree a? to the term tor which the armistice should be prolonged, the British and French re- ; preventatives at Turin and Vienna proposed a<a mtz- j sclmnivr, which h*s been accepted that the armistice should be extended from eight days to eight days, un- j til Austria shall have agreed with the mediating pswers the basis upon which a definite treaty of peace may be i concluded. j < Our Paris letter also slates, on the same authority, i that the King of Naples has accepted the mediation of i ( real Britain and France, on the express condition i that bis ri<bt to re-establish his dominion in Sicily , thall not be ooutesU-d King Ferdinand has further commanded Oeneral Fi aoijevi not to suspend hostili- I ties until the British and French cabinets shall have formally admitted the King'c right to recover possession of Sicily a? the basis of the mediation The French government has already indirectly admitted the demand of the King of Naples, by announcing in j the Afo/ii'/eur of Wednesday that it had sent orders to I ill" diplomatic agents *< ;\itpie* ana ai i ii?r;ao, u- wen hi- to the commander of the French fleet. n it to interSir* id the content waging b-twen n*ple* and Sicily, xc?pt on the ground* of humanity. In other term*, ha krench repuoiio due* not asciion* the p >w?r to inerlere bj any legal ri^ht, a* it admit* the right of the King of Naple* to re conqutr Sicily. The Milan (inzfttt. of the 2'2d. officially announce! th?t the armii-tire concluded with Sardinia, aud expiring oil the <il*t, hn* been prolonged for thirty day* more; therear hope*. th-refore. It addit, that a pacific arrangement of tb?- diRerencet existing between Austria and Sardinia will coon be agreed to it al<0 announce that negotiation* with tha Holy Sec are taking , a pacific turn * The Nvtiova! Suroitttn under the date of Turin the i '..Id states that Vlnnin had had a meeting with t?euty 1 of the rirbcet capitalist* of that City, whu had agreed 1 with thirty other*, to take the loan of a-vcn millions. i ly becoming guarantee* for that atnoontof paper my. net . *hicb the gori-ri rn''ot wa* to p it in circulation. iv allll'8 find HIcllV The Villc de Mareeille steamp?cket, which left Vaples *>n the 17ih liHf arrived Mt Marwilled. She brin^a in- j telliyence that the Kinjffif Naples han occupted the mtdialiun nt hngland mid Krnnc? in the ?iUir.? of j M?ily. and I bp cousi-iitHd t? the rmi?tiou propped by Mr W I'aik r and Admiral Iiaudin IntslllffeiiCB his betn i*c?iv?a direct Irora IMernioto the fume effect. W? hnv? d?iee? to the 10lb m*t. T*?? <"? > uiiilun <i1 < it All announced k f?w i|?jh ago in u it confirmed. A f tenmer ?riivd ut ' '?iin Veochia b'oa^lit thi Intelllffnre of An utmiHtlr.H airreed to betw n Sicily and Nftji'ep through ihe mediation of KngUu I and ' KrhtiM' On the loth a new co Union took p.aca l?a? tween the two pojmar parties at Napl?<, and mi it her van I xpect?d to take place oil St .lauuar u.< diy. Thi I'ntrit of Klorenn* of tb?* 3Ut in?t. *i *te? th*t an < Tig?)tenient had tak-n place between the Ne vpo- | ] tan troop* and th? Mcni?n? at Vei n al?. ten miWa irom atania. In the Neapolitan* Were de feated Home. M. Iloeni the Kreueb A uio?<?a lor at Jlom t, h?? aj. cei ted ofHcw and hai f rm? d a njinintry. L?tiei- from Kome. of the l?ih m-t itaie that the populnr national rluli in t hat city had r? > ilv-- i u n t?i)ni'<ii"l> to adopt tbe prul.e,t agree 1 to by the clubi (if Alli'una Mild of the otlli r rltill In the It lUl lll St*t?> ? t t" hcri de to any iirrtnpaioent of 'he alftirrf >if Italy of which (he >ia?i* uou'd not ba th" entire and definitive ce>?a'ton oi for-lgn domination io Ita'y, aud the roBiplvi* independence of .be country Venice. The new* publUlnd \y our conteuipor* ! ? of the landiLg ui ihe > ranch at Vkbim want* euuurtaatioa. ! Tatrany. Th< Insurrection at Leghorn is completely suppressed. and the town baa returned to It* allegianoe to the Crand Poke. who. oil the 17th Uaued an order of the ; day. permitting the National (Juardsof I'isa and of other place* to return to their homes, a* there was no further occasion for their kervices at Leghorn. Switzerland. Letter* from Berne, of the 22d ult , announce that the Di*t bad approved the resolution* of lta committee, recommendiug?1. That the Federal Directory ehoald write to the Government of Vienna, protesting against the measure* adopted by Marshal Kadetzky towards the natives of Lmnbardy. w^? had taken refuge In the canton of Teoino, and demanding their revocation. 2 That two Federal Commissaries should be sent into the Tecino to protect the interest* of the Confederation 3 That two battalion* of infantry and a company of c&rlbineer* should be immediately marched into that canton. Denmark. The Danish government issued an official circular, contradicting the report that it was disposed to aocept any modifications on the conditions of the armUtice. Tangle i a. The National publishes a letter from a private correspondent, dated Tangier*, 11th init , which announces that the differences existing between the Bri- . tish government and the Kmperorof vlorocooare about to be arranged amicably The dispute which ha) arisen between the Spaniards and the Moors, has. on the contrary, become more complicated The position of the garrison of Melilla has become intolerable. The people of the Rif Are daily at least twelve or fifteen cannon shot into that town from a single piece, presented to them by Abd el-Kader. A sortie made by the garrison to capture the unlucky gun, had nearly caused the loss of the fort. anl. sinoe then, the en<-my have become more troublesome. A Spanish ship-ofwar has made its appearance at Tanglers, but it has produced no effect on the Moorish minister. Sidi BouSWlam, who refuses to give any satisfaction to ths Spaniards. India and China. The dates ofthe advices are, Calcutta. August Tth, Bombay. August 5th, Madras, August 12th, and Hong Konr, July 25th The intelligence brought by this arrival with respect to the state of affairs in Mooltan, continues to be of the most encouraging hind The united forces of K.dwardei, Cortlandt, and our ally, the Nawaub. were, by the last advices encamped not far from Mooltan, but were unable to oommence operations against the fort, owing to a want of artille the Resident at Lahore, and by him transmitted to Calcutta, where a special council wan held, as was generally believed, for the purpose of deciding on the request. What were the precise deliberations of the supreme conclave was not known ; but in the meantime ? force had commenced its march to the assistance of Ldwardes. We regret to learn that this force had already Buffered considerably on its march from Lahore. With regard to Moolraj himself account, vary; one represents him as having sent a messenger to Lieutenant Kdwardes. offering to surrender if his life were spared; another, on the contrary, reports him as busily eKgaged in strengthening the defences of bis stronghold, and in making every preparation for a desperate resistance. Neither of these statements, however, derived as they necessar ly are from native newsmongers, a class of people only too prone to invention. can be implicitly relied on. Lahore itself was perfectly tranquil. Two native soldiers implicated in the late conspiracy had been hanged, and cons'derable progress had been made in tracing the ramifications of the plot, to which it was ascertained that the Dewan Moolraj had been privy fer a length of time. Not the slightest symptom of a disposition to sympathize with the revolters had been manifested in any of the adjoining countries. In Scinde all was tranquil; in Afghanistan, Do-it Mahomed was (reported to be planning an expedition against Balkh. From neither Scinde nor Peshawur h*ve mt any news of interest. Bombay letteis contain no news of importance, but we regret to have to announce the deaths of Sir R. Oliver, commander-in-chief and superinten- j il.nt r.f tVw, InJI.n n.v.r anrl Ukn ' j ?"? vvuimvuvm ^uuu "k" ?er, acting naval storekeeper and senior officer or the ndian navy. A correspondent at Hong Kong writes as follows, under date July 25:?'"General quiet prevails at Canton and the other ports. Here we have little to remark upon since lart month, a prevailing sickness hu been genera) amongst the garrison of the 95th regiment in particular, arising probably from the early and unusual heat; otherwise the colony is generally healthy. About 50 recruits of the 05th regiment arrived a few days since in the Hugh Walker. There has been some activity in trade in Canton." 1 lie Ctinlcrn In England. The startling announcement that Asiatic cholera has made its way into Kngland, has appeared. According to the Hattern Counties Herald of Thursday, several ca?eB of this disease have been reported aa having occurred on board a vessel now lying at Hull, and the Government has cent down Dr. Sutherland, front the Board of Health, to make inquiry, and give directions as to what steps ought t o be taken. Obituary.?On the 12th instant, the Queen Dowager of Naples. On toe 4th instant, at Poona, Commodore John Pepper. On the 5th August, at Byculla, India. Sir Robert Oliver. Kt., Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Navy. On the 17th instant, at Cheltenham. Lieut. Col. H. B. Everest, late of the Oth Royals. On the 22d instant, at Plymouth. M^jor George Wolfe, ! late of the lioyal Marines. On the 23d instant, at Brn?d?tairs. Lieut Gen Sir C. W. Maxwell, Colonel of 3d West India Regiment. On the 26th inst., in Dublin, the celebrated Father Gentili, formerly au adro- I in ii ul xr on t vim 9fith mb v at. sv/ihav S 'Uth Wales, Lieut General Sir .Maurice O'Connell, j Commander-in-Chief ofthn force* in New South Wales. : On the 20th instant. at ltamsgate. Captain I'olhiii, late M. r . for Bedford, the author of several publications of merit, and for many years lessee of Drury : Lane Theatre. Foreign Theatricals. Jenny J.ind is creating more excitement in Dublin than ali the rebellions and insurrections. She is announced for the 10th of October, and the bo* office i has just been opened. Some idea may be formed of the commotion by the following, which we copy from the , Fi reman's Journal :? ' Yesterday morning the box office of the TheatreRoyal was opened for the purpose of giving the public an opportunity ot selecting piaees in the house in or- | der to hear the 'Swedish Nightingale.' There was I downright positive excitement manifested?nearly as mnch as if the 'charmer' were present. Wo have | not beheld the like for a Ion * time. As early as 10 o'clock, carriages, cars, gigs, and other vehicles, drove from all directions towards the Talbot Areata, and not only Hawkins street, but the square in front I of the theatre soon became crowded. The arcade itself was throDged by human beings?young la- 1 dies-aye, and old ladies, too?were prominent j in the crowd. They dil not complain in the ! least of the pushing and crushing which they endured. The fact is, the scene coald not be likened to 1 anything we know of. Men came out of the box office | with smiling faces and tern coats (black frrck and ! ^ r?nf thinkinv nf thu irorm?nf mt all K<it 1 n n lr _ ing with complacency on their tickets. and envied by I their less fortunate neighbors, who could not get in to pay their several thirty shillings for as many box seats Altogether,it whs laughable to witness the eager- | ness with whloh the crowd pressed forward to secure ! places. Some polisemen were present to keep order. (?) ' and the party who procured a ticket or tickets had to ! retire through another door and let his next neighbor j take up a position before our old friend, Mr. Barry, : the box-keeper. The theatre has been measured from pit to top gallery, and eighteen inches allowed for each seat. The seats hare been all numbered, and the i persons procuring tickets receive corresponding numbers, so that no inconvenience, annoyance, or disappointment can occur, as each ticket holder will be thown to the seat corresponding with the number. The side passages at the pit have been supplied with seats, and the exact number of seats will be disposed of. so that no crur>h will be experienced by the visiters who have pnid for bearing the gifted vocalist, whose visit has caused such sensation amongst the play-going people of th? city." After tbe dullest time over experience! In theatricals ! in London?there is an air 01' business and a note of preparatlen for the coming winter. The Lyceum ! open* on Monday next, Oct 2, under the management ] of Madame Vestris and Mr. Charles Matthews The , ilaymarket is about to undergo a thorough re nova- j tion in the interior, and will open about the end of | October, with its own proper company, and we sup- i pose, the' legitimate" business. The Princess's com- i I any are also called together by advertisement. The 1 r-aaiern weiie ana tue AUeipni opened on Wednesday, I the 27th in*t.. both houFea lieing crowded. The Illatin family. who have been delighting the Liverpool public during the past week, will gire a far*- ] well concert at Drury l.ane, on the tnh of October, i preriouc to their departure for America. M Wilfon will leave in the Britannia The follow ing in his address on the occasion of hlx ia>t enter- > taiiiiuent. and which wm frequently interrupted by I tumultuous applaud' and cheering: ? " I.adiea ami Gentlemen,--Hefore we part I beg to ray a few I words. I seldom H|<ak about mynalf, bet oa an oocaaioa Uke the : present perhaptyou will allow mc a moment or two for ' uuld 1 lam: line.' It in now a i;ooi tnanj yeata aiuoe 1 flrit had the lio- I nor of appe ring among you; una sine# I began, eight yearn ago, I to iive my enterta nments on the aonga of Scotland, I have ap- ' paared veiy frequently in Liverpool?it wnaoae of th? flrat place* ( in which l gave the eutertaiMD?n>?after I produced tin tain ixin- i ioi and they haraalwayabeeo roorived very warmly, and (award- i cd with then full meed of uj pUnse, which we araattlve ie;ug 0 in- ; nut well ri". on without. 1 have alwava looked forward with much rleatu o to my viait# to Liverpool, where I waa ?nr? to meet a hied. int> Uipi-nt,and appreciating I have enjoyed the ! Iner.riai.ip ol'manj ofyou, and shared the hntpita ity ol many a i n rial boat <1 in j "iir ^ood town j in fact. I have *1 ?a)? fe'i riivxelt quite at home anions y< n?all which uircumatanooa inunt fill my heart wi(f. , >naiderabU regret Jtwying to you farewell for a while. ' Amvriii In* ever ia now at no gn at ui'tan s; by the aid of ate ?m : it is now little trn rj than a iojage to Ulaagovr would hare " n in I rmer (im<a. 1 rcollect l/oinn amused with neeing vritteii over the door tf a aniall puhl c house in New Voik, near i Ik. ?J V..\ I I.. I I . A*, there < re, modern invention ban drawn in*, land and an erica to each other, bo ra?y tlie iie? of aflej. tion and srnit) l.e more and mnrr ftrnily knit between t'ic two grivi ?i i inmer. ia'ciuotriec in 'he world. I look foe a pUasau! tour through Uie Mate* and would fala hepi tlm'. the - n<? of mid -n tl-hd in?) a?afce? *omt pleatingchord*i.f early aaaoHat.'.n in th** j? of mnnv of my countrymen Who aroli'iw t c ited 111 r . Wi'tiiit 1 a ander, the kindi >'? I have received l?om \oii klji> 11 ill vor tie forgotten hj m ; and *?h-jn my trip n:i? I ha>e hern am ni| li?l*d, ai,d I c r< ?? 11,.- Krrv a? .in to tiie ih^rti of (lid t. nUi.d. I *ha i hate v at ple.uure in renewlagmy *i*iui lo Liverpool. 1 hair U-en obliged t" alter my p:-iu?. ar.d do not sail till to-morrow fortn!jl t: in it t u I am from/. t<> nay good to >ny frltfBtii" in tl e north. I a^ain than* yon for all your I 'it.di.e** to me, in the public h'll a* well an in the dtmeatic r iiew; I prav that happinea* and protpnrity may ho cr>u?tant dwillert among you, an<l now graiufully led you farewell." Mr, Wilaon fini*li?'d the eveninR'H enti taium.'nt by in very roi d pfyle. the national SouitiKh t-onn. ' seota Kbit ha wi' Wallace b'ed," Mr and Mr* Keel?-y hive been play n< at tlio Hieatre IIovhI in Liverpool '"Lola vlout?*s! ha* bean prndutell I..r them, ami ttiey in turn have VrodurM<* r.iara fit 1*lighter every nlrht The put rfr /? < iitafinn t tlra. Kei iey ? a> n rich all ?t ; and a certain uionar ;h foiul an eltl.ent representative in Mr. /as llrowne (Ibc I.eft general art or on lh?t hoard*, who can play anything from .lark <lon? tn II unlet) ; andKeeley'g CJJtt barber?the ''liligli.ed ISarb?r"?wax a match.-ten piece of tiIng At the Amphitheatre there had been a aerlej of 'benefit*," prepaiatory to o'oainn for Kraneonl'a trnn/ir. Mr. Cathcait took hi- bene ill on the '27lli ult . wbvn MHnMSHRKilKflMBVnHrBaHHBCB'inHMnHMWrei bU daughter an interesting young lady, made her debut as Juliet, and enacted the part very plea>invly; hi* MB. Mr. Fauoit Catbcart, playing Uomeo. lie is a very promising joung man, and will, no doubt, ere long, rank very high in the profession Mr Caihnart. who played Kriar Lawrence. wan loudly called for at the tail of the curtain, and appeared, leading on hiii ( on and daughter, who were warmly greeted, and thanked the audience in a short but Tery neat ad- I dr? s? Mr. Copeland haa taken the Queen's Theatre, Manchester during the equestrian performances Mr. Templeton, has lately been delighting the good people ol Bristol. The liritlol Mercury, of the 2'Jd ult., fays The doors wtre regularly besieged for a long time befoie the hour named in the bills for the opening and from seven o'clock the public kept pouring on in a continuous stream, until the spacious room and the approaches to it were completely blocked, numbers being accommodated in the orchestra. Such jostling aad crowding is not often witnessed, and then ' sieh a getting up stair*,' crushed hats, tors ooata. and bruised bonnets. We saw one unhappy wight with a garment which Punch would have given bis baton for as an illiiKtratinn of Mr Ktr&irirle'a Unnv Unit nt<*ht.? th? I optra Some little contusion naturally resulted from this unwonted prereure, those who bail oeiue to the doors seemed determined to wedge themselves in some bow or other ; but at length, upon & promise being made that Mr. Templeton would, in order to meet the disappointment, give another night on Mouday next, prior to his departure for a professional tour in South Wales, the crowds became more reconciled to their situation, and went away. I tank of Englnnrt. An acoount, pursuant to the Aot 7th and 8th Vio., cbap. 32. for the week ending Saturday, the 23d of September, 1848. ISSUE DEPARTMENT. Note* Issued ?27,?57,430 Government Debt.. .?11,013,100 Other Securities.... 2,KM,900 Gold Coin and Bullion. 12,7-7,536 Silver Bullion. 5t 9,909 ?27,237,435 ?27,237,435 BANKING DEPARTMENT. Proprietors" Capital. ?14.553.000 Government 8eouRost. 3,134,727 rities (including Public Deposits (in- Dead Weight Aneluding Exoho- nutty). ?12.776,046 quer. Saving* OtherSecurities... . 11,530,812 Banks, Commit- Notes 9,926,430 sioners of National Gold and Silver Debt, aad Divi- Coin 627,646 dend Accounts)... 6.790,283 O ther Deposit* 8,691,777 Bi'ven Dav and other Bills. 982,147 ?34.800,934 ?34,860,934 Dated the 28th day of September, 1848. The Corn Trade of Europe. [From the London Shipping Gazette, Sep. 29.] The weather hns, during the last few days, been very wet. but the first three weeks in September having been remarkably fine for harvest operations in the north, little grain remain* abroad, even in the more backward districts; and the principal mischief likely to result from the rain is the ill effect it may have on the condition of the new corn in stack, particularly on thai portion which was badly harvested. Some further injury may alto, we fear, be done to the potatoes still in the ground if the weather should continue wet; and, on the whole, our prospect* have certainly not improved. The yield of wheat is unquestionably short of an average, even in the most favored districts; in some of the beat wheat counties it is very deficient This fact does not. however, appear to i create any present uneasiness, and the trade has remained in a dull state throughout the week. As regards potatoes, the reports from Sootland are not bad; but in all the southern parts of the kingdom the loss, in consequence of the disease, is estimated to amount to about one-half of the crop. U nder ordinary circumstances a grest deal of excitement would probably have been caused by the unfavorable result of the harvest; but the want of activity prevailing in most branches of business lias extended to the grain trade, and no one seems disposed to enter into speculative investments. Meanwhile, we continue to receive large weekly supplies of corn from abroad, and as the receivers are generally anxious lo sell from on board, more has been offered at the different markets than the consumptive demand could take off. which accounts for the downward movement which has of late taken place in price*. The arrivals of wheat coastwise into London have been tolerably good this week, and rather more has been brought forward at Mark Lane by land carriage samples from the home counties than previously. On Monday the Essex and Kant stands were tolerably well filled, and the millers being exceedingly cautious in their operations, a decline of Is to 2s. per qr. had to be submitted to before any progress could be made in rales, and at the close agood many parcels remained uu u>iiu ilira were piaceu who uimcuuy on Wednesday at the reduction named; but this morning, rather more firmness was displayed by factors, and purchases could certainly not have been made at lower terms than in the beginning of the week. We hare again to report & v?ry large supply of foreign wheat? the local demand has been ?low. and but little country inquiry haB been experienced; the transactions have consequently been on quite a retail scale, and on Monday the fall in prices was quite equal to that on English. Since then, importers have refused to make any further concession; indeed, really fine qualities could hardly ba bought to-day as cheap as lit lore, 'lhe duty lemains at 4s. per quarter, but is likely to rise a step, sooner than was at one time expected. Tbe town millers put down the top price of flour on Monday to 60s. per sack, and other sorts gave way in proportion. This decline ha* led to a M.mewbat improved inquiry English barley has come very sparingly to hand, still a decline of Is. per quaiter bad to be submitted to on Monday, which has not sine* been recovered. Foreign barley ha* moved oIT very slowly, but has not been offered lower. Tbe previous value of malt has barely been maintained, and tbe demand for tbe article has been exceedingly slow. The arrivals of British grown oats have been scanty in the extreme, but the want of supplies, coastwise, or from Ireland, has not been felt, owing to continued liberal receipts from abroad. The trade in oata has been exceedingly dull, throughout the week ; factorb have, however, remained firm, and, for goad corn, previous plicw U??c ?**: ? UIIIUMIUIJII. mi Talue of beans bait way about Is. per quarter, whilst peas have commanded f"!'7 for ** **? ' ?. Jn" dian corn ban bten held at very high prises, Wu.J? has checked business, and % few bargains have, we believe, been concluded. Market**. Lohuow Money Market,September 29.?The money market during the past week has fluctuated a good deal, but no change worthy of notice has taken place in prices. Very little bas been done in foreign bonds. Mexican still improving, baring been sold at 17^ >f; Hussian hare alto advanced a step, and are quoted W8>? 100 ?: Spanish Five per Cents, ll>i; Dutch Two-and-a-Half per Cents, 4.r>'? 44%; and the Four per Cent Certificates. 71>4 76Jt. and last at 71){. With respect to the proposed French loan, there appears tc be much uncertainty, as the A'onueur, of Thursday, contains the report that a lea a for the Krtnch government was about bein^' raised in Fngland; whilst the city article of the Timet ot l-riday, says:?" It was announced to-day that the proposals for raising a French loan of ?12,000 000 in this country, to which we referred on the 20th insc., had been withdrawn by direction of the French Minister of Finance." FniDiv, Sept. 29?Two o'clock.?Consols have remained. all the morning, at 80 for the account, and have beun done from 86 a K5?i for money. India Stock fea* been sold at 236. The June Kxchequer Bilia are quoted at 2C? ; the March. 32a a 29s., and India Bond*, 2S-". a 308. pin. Very little ha* been done in foreign bonds; Mexican still improving, having been *old at l')4 a S; Russian have, also, advanced a step, and are quoitd t(i>? a 100J4. No change of moment ha* occurred with respect to the position of railway shares. , If anything, however, tbe market is a Fbade Hatter. Quarter before Three.?Console for Account. 86. Thi-rkdav, September 28.?The Consol mirkct ha* been beaTy. and, in fact, declines to-day. Tbe quotations were 86Jj to 6 for money, 86 to X for time. It wn* one of the dullest and most uninteresting day* expeiienced on the Stock Kxchange for gome week*. The new* from the continent was not important a* bearing on stock nfTair*. Whdmid*v, September 27 ?The stock market was less firm to-day. price* declining X per cent, owing to the sales, Consols were operated in at 86){ to for mi ney in the early period of the dny, and afterward* n ? (A La. *v?, -? 1? ? ? - ? 4 (jo\ s ?. .y J n v iv. rui ovivuwufc kuc uran ugD trip a V iu;j fcu "4 IVIIU the last prici-a were 86 to ,'j for both time and money. '1'i khjat. S' ptembe; 2fi.-- The dealings in the funds to-day were particularly limited, the only securities dealt in belli? Consols nnd Exchequer Bill*. The market was steady at the came prices yesterday. Connolo were opera'.fd in at 86>tf to U for money, and 86,'? to for account, and closed at 80'.; to ,'i lor money ami October next. Monday, September 25 ?The K.nglUh stock market remaiiiS in a very inactive state, the dealings to-day Laving been as limited In number its on any day last WW I I'rices keep firm, not the lea?t flunctuation occurring throughout the day, Consols closing a* they opened, 8fi,V to 'i for money, and 8fl'4 to y, for aocount. There were buyers and sellers tor bo'.h time and money. In the absence of all news of an exciting character, ' the funds remain perfectly stationary, and there is ery little business doing. Consols for money are 85Jf to 80. and for the account 86 to 86'tj ; Exchequer Bills (Match) have len done at 32 and 33 prein , and (June) at i!0 prea The following table shows the fluctuatiots in consols from September 16 to Srptemter 22 :? b\>< Mimty. For Account. Sryl. 1 .mnftt. Ilinhrtt. (_ /mimj. l.o<?rnt. Hi'1/irat. C/O*i Iff. Satnr. Si ...t? Ni'4 Mon. 2'> MX mU N5}? 86(.i 8?i*i StJJi 'Ju<?. ? N,'? w;'4 N,'J W4 ht;>; Ni'.4 Wed. 27 '<> M6>4 8B Hi.'. H(i 1 hurt. 2P 86% hfiJi Ni h? I riday 2S*... .N.34 W HO 86'? Ni Sati. hi>**, September 23.?The denling* to-day in ' the fund* were quite ah limited ?* thom of the day previous mid the market wa? very steady ComtoU opened firm at. feejj to )-i for money, and 86!.,' to % for ao- j count, and wi re done at *6 to for present trundle", ' nnd S6)? to '.i for October, i'be cloning prices were

kb^t to '4 fcr both money and account. I.omiion Cohji M*kkkt, Monday. Sept. 25?Since 1 our laet the weather had been broken; a good deal of rain ban fallen; this morning, however, lit tine. Wo | have e gc od dUpply of Kngli-h wheat np to thin day's roaiket. in better condition and quality than of late; u1m> u large arrival of foreign which hat tended to iucteate the flat 11 end of the trade which we noticed on Ktiday. kactorcbad dome difficulty in making Males, and it wa>< not until late in the day that any quantity roold be quitted. only by ouhnitttini? to a reduction of 2d per quarter on the priced of thin day de'nnight. KcieifU wheat in limited demand ?t. Id. per qr lower, l.ut 1 older* not noxious to ?ell. Kor Inaian corn the demand continue- good. Hurley dull ?a'e at lftit week'c piiced InbianK and ; ni no alteration. Of n?t? tur arritalh at" good, and the dealer* holding ba '. k from purchasing, we nave bad n flat trade in the article h hoioerd at.-not inclined to diibmit to any re dii"ti(.n. W> dm friay. September 27 -At thid day'g market Ki.glich wheel ruled dull, with priced rather In favor of bujer*. 'I ).< re wa* a c< Ti-U'?-.ible demand tor fortlgu. but In con#rt<uenoa of the large ar. ivtU tun tfi>rc received were Id tt) 'id per qr under the ratei r.t Mi ndny, \V? h<.a;d of no liama. tluui in lodiau 0 >rj?, I t'.oatlcg ; the importer* bold with great flrinnesa, | though at any cohosh ion in price. eale* would be e* I teu-lve We have again an abundant supply offoreign oetp and buyer* still act on the reserve although freely offered at a reduction of 6d per qr. Other grain stationary in value. with a fair consumptive demand Lonuok Mamkkts. Sept 29.?Hides ? Among the late traductions are the following:?10 283 Kant India oaly about half sold at previous rates; prime dry salted brown cure light ltd . export sort 6??d.. seconds 4?*'d- to 6*id., first heavy 7d ,good. 6J4'd.,second* 4>< to :>^d , wrappers, ko , l\d to 4d.. brined light 3d to S.^d; and heavy 4^. 146 N S Wales sold \U to l>fd 200 salted (iibralterl^tol^d 41 salted Newfoundland l>{ to 2d 128 dry Afrioan Kd. to 13?d. 436 dry Penang buffalo 2S?d. lnteriorld. to ]>?d.perlb Hops? Since our last report about 2000 pockets of new hop* have appeared at market ; the sale is extremely dull for Weald of Kent ponkets at 50e to Gtis , and for Susses pockets 46s. to 60s. per cwt At Worcester fair, on the lt?th. 700 packets of the new growth were pitched. 407 pockets of which were fold st from 46s to 56s and a few choice ones at 63a.; these earlier pickingi) are no indication of the quality ; the bops which have to be gathered are dally improving in quality The duty in this day backed at ?210 000. Old Hops very dull. Indigo?The quantity of Kast India reported this year in smaller than In the previous one by 6 400 chest*, and there is a diminution in stock of -1 400 chests; but deliveries have fallen off to the extent of 4,000 chests. Trices continue to rule under the paft season for all binds, and in seoood hands stocks are small For public competition the quantity declared is 0 111 chests. A steady home and export demand has been experienced this week for all kinds, whilst the rates paid exhibit a small advance on the last quarterly auctions There is decidedly an improving demand for all purposes, ?nd prices are looking up. In Spanish the business, concluded has been upon fully tormer terms, and only a small quantity is on offer Tbe value is from Is. lOd. to 3s , And 3s. 3d. to 4s. per lb. lor better sorts. Metals?An improved feeling hes manifested itself in tbe iron market, owing to large ordersexec > ted in pigs and bars for America, and although busiuess ban not been so brisk yet buyers seem to have rather more confidence. Scotch pigs are firm at 40s. for all No. 1. and 45? to 45s. 0d for mixed Nos. A fair business has been done in rails at Jt'6 15s , and the market is steady. In bars a large business has been done at ?5 10s. to ?5 15s. at the works, and i.'6 15s. in London. Foreign UVU IB TCI J Mint. *' ? ? ??IJ 1??1V1 IW small parcels of Swedish, In British tin very little business done, but full rates are maintained. Further parcels cf Banca tin hare been told in Holland, deliverable in here at 73s.. and now 75s. is the current rate AbOHt 12U0 slabs straits wero sold early in the week, at 70s., since which a large business has been done at 72s (3d , and now the rates are Arm at 72s 6d a 73s. Spelter remains dull of sale, and we are without sales to repert. The quotations are now ?14 a ?14 6s. on the spot?no price named for delivery. Business to a moderate extent has been done in British pig lead, at ?15 15s, which is rather cheaper, but ?16 is generally demanded. Further sales have been made in Spanish pig at ?15 for good soft quality, which is a full price. Swedish keg steel remains dull of sale at ?11 16s., but fasrgots are firm at ?14 to ?14 10s., and are scarce. Naval Stores.?The tar market is firm, and as the whole of the late arrivals have passed into second hands, the price to the dealers is firm at 16s to 15s 6d for Stockholm, and 18s. for Archangel 903 bbls. Stockholm, and 1641 bbls. Ar?hangel have arrived: the latter was sold free on board. F.nglish coal tar is firm, and scarce, at 7s. 6d. per barrel. Pitch is steady at 7s. for Archangel ; 550 casks have arrived. Spirits of Turpentine have met a moderate sale, but the distillers are not disponed to press any quantity on the market; last week's rates are, therefore, maintained. Knitlish drawn, in puns., 37s. 6d to 38s , and American 39s. to 40s.. casks included. For rough little business has been done, but prices are steady at 8s. 6d to 9s. per cwt. Ilosin Is firm at previous terms. Provisions.?American.? Bale and tierce middles of baoon go off slowly sit. nrpviniia fnrmR1 cmn<l And fin? nmnkuil humti umII at 45s. to 60s., and in pickle, 35s to 45s are the rates current. Lard is in rather better request, and very full prices are paid; kegs. 44s. to 60s., and barrels 42s. to 43a per cwt. Beef Is still in good demand, owing to the smal!ness of the supplies at thU market, and extreme rates are being paid Pork is selling slowly as the quality in general is inferior; prices for ships' use rule as follows:? India beef, 120s. to 125s per tierce of lbs. mess, 105s. to 110s.; prime mess, 1)0*. to 95s ; Indian pork, 110s. to 125s. per tieroe of 304 lbs.; prime mess. 45s. to 60s per barrel; and hams, 40s. to 50s. per cwt. There is still a good demand for oheese, nnd Dearly the whole of the late arrivals have buen cleaied eff, as soon as landed, at full prices ; good and fine 48s to 54s , and inferior and middling 40 to 40s. Irish?For butter the demand is not quite so active as last week, still a respectable amount of business has been done at full prices The deliveries show an in create over those of lait year, whilst too etoek .is more than double at that period ; Cork landed, first brands. &2s. to 84s Carlovr, Clonmel. and Kilkenny. 78s. to 83b.; Watertord, 75s. to 80s.; Limerick. 764. to FOp.; and Sligo and Tralee, 72s. to 70s. per cwt. On board, or for future shipment, we do not hear of any sales bring made this week. The finest kinds of bacon hare met with a better pale, ardfor really prime pircels landed 70s. to 72s Lave been paid, but for all other kinds the market continues in a quiet state, and in prices no change can be noticed. The supply of tine bacon is. however, yet very small. Bale and tierce middles bay* met rather a dull sale, but in prices no change has taken place. Fine hams being scarce, there is a good deoiand for the few left in first hands; inferior and stale qualities remain dull of sale. Fine bladdered lard has been rather more in MflBHt, and fuch being soarce, the few parrels sold have realized quite as much money as on this day week ; in other kinds no ohange, and but very little done. In barrelled provisions no ebangs, and but little doing. Tallow.?The value of Russian on the spot is exSected to meet a further advance, and a large demand as been experienced from the town and country trade. The ratea paid are 47s. 6d. to 48s. for new P. Y candle, and holders display much firmness. For delivery a good business has been concluded for the lust three months of the year at 47s Cd. to 47s. Cd and sales hare been made at 48s. 3d. I \ to 48s. (id., for the early part of 1849. For homemade there is an active sale at 47s. to 47s. Cd. net cash, I whilst the consumption is greater. .1!* supply lets ; jwuiuui. umer Kinot naie idTanoed in value, ; a large business has been concluded. At auction 121 i casks Odefsa were sold at 46a 6d. to 40a. 9d ; 2K casks ' Archangel 46s. ; 411 packages Australian roo'1 ami One 4 (is to 47f. 0d.; middling. 46s. fid. to 45s. ltd ; 191 packages South American good and fine, 45s. (id. to47s (id, and middling. 45s. to 46s. lid. per cwt. Hough fat 1* quot?dat9s 8>(d per stone. For auction 7U0 casks tallow are declared Tcere is a larger stock than last year, and prices are higher, but deliveries .exhibit a material increase, and imports are greater. Liverpool Corn Market, Friday, Sept. SO.?The weekly average of wheat is again lower, but does not Influence the duty, which remains without change for this as well as for all other grain Our imports cf wbeat from continental Kurope since Monday consist of liusxian and French shipments, besides which w<s have from America. 1.067 quarters of wheat, l,3.'il barrels of lbmr, and 2.292 quarters Indian corn; contrary winds preventing important arrivals, though many vessel* are known to be cloie at hand. Coastwise and Irish supplies continue light. Aa in several of the leading Knglish and some Irish markets this week, |uii.< u ?* iv iuciiuv imuei uuwuwKruo, me irauP Here intermediately from Tuesday last has been tree from any lively symptoms in any of it* departments; and though holdeis have not been generally pressing, tales on lower terms, most kinds ot grain and flour have been somewhat easier to purchase. I'pon a rather better feeling relative to good English, Irish and foreign wheats at our market to-day. a moderately fair amount of business was transacted therein with home and country millers, on terms parallel with the current rates of Tuesday; whilst the soft and damp samples of new, and ordinary qualities of old were difficult of sale, and decidedly rather cheaper Irish Hour, especially such as appears to be man factured from new wheat, was nearly without demand, and nominal* ly lower in Talue; States and Canadian likewise, of which scarcely uny prime brands remain unsold, barely supported late prices. Having no supply of riew malting barley here, that description is still without any established value; grinding samples. meanwhile, remaining unvaried, and malt dull at our last quotations. Beans and peas in alow request, and tii-' turn cheaper. Oats, although continuing to come forwaru very sparingly, even tha best prepared mealers merely sustained former prloes ; undried parcels receding Id per 45lb, and oatmeal 6d to Is par load. Many of the reeent arrivals of Indian corn not having been offered for sale, there was altogether a limited dis play of samples, and with somewhat more inquiry, the prices of Tuesday were rartier exceeded. Lnrnpooi. Cotton Mahkrt, Friday, Sept. 20 ?Our market in ntiil without change?the tendency still in favor of buyers, who, In torn* instances, have supplied themselves at >,d decline on our quotations of la-t week for American. The demand from the traile is very moderate, but for export lias been good, and f> r which account 3.420 bales <>f American, 700 Surat and Madras, 170 Bengal, and 170 Itahla have been taken; whilst speculators have confined their operations to 8t0 bales of American. G 690 bales of American have been forwarded into the country this month unsold. To-day the demand is very moderate, the market clos- , Inn flatly, with sales only to the extent of 3.500 bales of , all kinds. liivEnroCi. Share Market? Friday Kvumito, Sep. ' timber !o) ? i he Share Market htl been In a Very pro.-trate condition the whole of thin week, and at present there appear* to he Very little proopect of improvement. 'i'he dej.refnif n, howerer, iH principally (.wing to the bnldnetu of the ' betra" and the weakness of the " hull*." I'he public have not yet recovered confidence in railway property, although purchases made at present puces could not fail tf aecure investors a certain rale uf interest, varying from six to seven per oent. Nearly nine per rent would be realized on many stocks if e ven the reduced dividends were maintained. Something lUlMt be done, and that speedily, to arre?t the fr'ghtlui proDia of depreciation which haa been going on for such a length of time. New worka muni be suspended. and the great companiea must combine to reduce coat of coi ttruction nnd working expense*. Although shares ate unnaturally and unnecessarily depressed. and none but Tery timid, or very needy, holder* are realising at present prices, still, uul .-a means be tnken by r? '"way directors to allay the aUru that la generally felt, confidence will not yet be restored. 1,1. ?. rum.. r?rpi. uu -;imirr uv?u ???> . nnii|><aii at* rather higher, but the cairn ??rn trifling, nnl tbn iltxiittiid limit* d. lit it wax A p riiBll lot of good American hat-been told at X6 per <wt. Iron Prions rnn aln an recently <|Uoted A <Ji - pn?itinn exlntn to advance piicrn in Staffordshire, but In Walen and Sootland tiny art-not no well off for order*. Merchant bar A'B fie ; bent rolled. X'7 10* ; boop. A'B; nheet. .I'd ll'c ; Scotch pig, ?2 10h. Naval Store* - Tim late advance In turpentine tnmn fully established. 1,U01 IhitiIh of good 'j <>- it y having brought !>s. la American tar thrfe hax been * great advance, 7t (i to fcoo b'tla having been Hold at 16*. on board, which in an Improvement of '.U per bbl Several parci 1h i f rct> on American roiin have been aold at :i<. t 0.. 1 t t lot rome brought forward by public aale. ;?? .'Id. < tily viip (.btaimd Oils The bualneM done in Olive mi < ut'tr to about 60 ton*, chiefly of th? onnmin dercilpiiriii> at full price*, buddm 1)0 ton* Malaga taken urajut. A moderate buKiueaa only ha* been done in fish at tbe quotation* Linseed and rape are dull of tale at former rat**; 16 ton* Ainenoau spirits of turpentine are reported at .17*. to 37* OJ p?re*t. Tbe deniaud lor palm in thu early pai l of the reek continued t>rl?k. and a further advance took place; tbe pule- extend to abot.t 600 ton* on the *pot at I'M to ?32 10* . and 800 ton* to arrive at i.*31 to 10*, per ton, according to the time of anr?val. Provisions?The wiek opened with rather a dull inquiry for lard, and one or two Importers being desirous to italize, price* aiifchtly gave way On Tuesday, h iwever, there was apparent a gieater inclination to iove*t in tbe article, which, being met with firmness on tbe part of holder*, resulted in full prices b-itig made for tbe whole olTered. the greater portion being taken after the auction at 41* to 44a 3.1 per cwt We bave bad an unprecedeutedly dull week in b.coa, there being scarcely any buyer* on the market; at Tuesday's auction there watt not a single bos .mlJ There has been but a very small quantity of either Von.. n> thn.ilrion J...!.,. ?t... ? k .. - .1 i buyers generally confining their purchases to small I quantities ; the Irish buyers also having operated less ! this month than last, owing, in some measure, to the ! pressure existing lately, being nearly exhausted, though a few Virginia stemmed, for fillers, have been sold as low as 2>jd per lb. The accounts from Amej rica by each steamer, confirming all those formerly | received of the small quantity of Western strips put ! up this season, and. in addition, that th- growing crop : is much injured from continued wet ; holders are rery j firm with those descriptions, and as high as 6){d had ! been paid for light coloury strips of the new crop : i other binds, generally, are much the same, and | we repeat our quotations. Only one carge from Virginia yet ariived, which is landed, but not yet sampled. The new crop of Kentuoky stemmed, bo far, has turned out well; much of it of a rich brown color, with leaf and strength well suited fjr home trade, being in excellent condition ; the very light colored has sold freely, being much wanted; the leaf, suitable for bird's-eye. has alio gone off as soon as sampled, being very scarce The imports are 070 from Virginia 242 from New Orleans, 10 from New York, and 6 from Dublin. The exports delivered are 174 for Africa, IS Bahia, 10 Tonsberg, 12 Smyrna, 1 Ohio, 1 Ceara. and 3 Malta. 1848. 1847. Hhit Hhds. Tobacco in Liverpool, 31st August.. 15 505 14,533 Imported in September 1.228 190 16.733 14,723 Wool?There ban keen extremely little doing in any kind this week, still prices remain firm in the absence of any large supplier, tbe only addition to our stocks thin week of any consequence being from the west coast ot South America. State of Trai>e?Manchester, Friday, Sept. 29 ? The arrival ot the India and China mail, though far from encouraging, has caused some buniness. and more has been done in goods for that trade, but at low prices: otherwise there is no change, and both yarns and goods remain as low as ever in prinoe, with a downward tendency in tbe latter. The Latest News from Ireland. BY SPECIAL EXPRESS, VIA HOLYHEAD AND CHESTER. Liverpool, September 30 -11 A. M. j Our express messenger from Dublin has just arrived, bringing the latest intelligence from all parts of Iraland, including the despatch of our reporter attending ; the Special Commission at Clonmel. The following | is our reporter's despatch Closmel, Sept. 28. The Special Commission, which adjeurned on Saturday last, re-opened this morning, when the trial of Mr. Smith O'Brien, as previously arranged, was ealled on. The entire day, as I anticipated, was occupied in tbe discussing of technioal points ?f law. Mr O'Brien, on being placed at the bar, appeared perfectly cool and collected. He took his place in tbe front ot the dock. He was dressed in black?blaok frock coat, and TeUet vest, and black necktie, with full front. He totk notes, from time to time, and seemed as unmoved as if he were but an Ordinary spectator. Immediately on his reaching tbe front of the dock, Sir Coleman O'Loghlen?his assistant counsel?handed him an affidavit, preparatory to the first motion, which I uc imu nuu ngneu. wnn as uiucn coolness as be was wont to Flgn a minute as chairman of csmmittee. The first application, on the part of the prisoner, wai made by Mr. Whiteside, who moved the Court to pontpone Mr. 0 Brien's trial, on the ground that be had not bten furnished with a copy of the panel, and a list of the witnesses, preparatory to his arraignment. Mr. Whiteside, and bis colleague, Mr. Fitzgerald, argued the point rahed, with great ability. The Attorney General opposed the application, and the Court ultimately ruied in favor of the Crown. Mr Whiteside then handed in a plea in abatement, thnt Mr. Tllrien hhould not be calKd upon to answer. The Attorney Gent-ral objected to the reception of the document, as it was informal, and submitted that there was no preoed< nt to show that tbe document handed in waa a plea in abatement. After another legal skirmish, tbe Court ruled that it was best to reoeive the plea, and to leave tl e Attorney General to demur or not. The plea was tl>n received, and the Attorney General said he would d< mar, on the ground that the prisoner must answer to the indictment. Mr. O'Brien then pleaded not guilty. Hereupon a challenge to the array was put in, aod argued at gieat length by the prisoner's counsel. In the connect which some telling truth* were brought home to tbe parties who got up the panel; but tbe Court, seeming to lean on the side of the Crown, ohargtd the triers, who returned a verdict that it was impartially selected, although only one out of ever/ eighteen of tbe Roman Catholic jurors were not sworn. 'J bus was spent the flri>t day of Mr O' Brien's trial. Krom the beginning, which has been made, it will, no doubt, be ninny days ere a decision Mr. Whiteside and his colleague* have pet out with the determination to leave do ftone unturned, or step untried, to gain a favrrable verdict for their oltent. Already they hare placed the Attorney General in a position that will entitle them to tae out a writ of error in the House of Lord*, should Mr. O'Brien be convicted The point I allude to, la that of not allowing the prisoner a copy of the jury panel, and a lilt of the witnesses That decision will, without doubt, damage tbe moral effect of the verdiot. To allow an accused person, charged with the same crime ten days to prepare hij defence, in Logland, and but live in Ireland?that he should bo supplied with a list of the panel, and of the witnesses to bu produced againrt him, on the one side of St George's Ch. nnel, and that ho should be denied thnfe Bi cif.'ury materials for his defence upon the other-is not only unjust in itself, but ridiculous, when Ron-idered in its political bearings. Talk of e(|ual laws for Kngland and Ireland - talk of the glorions constitution of the United Kingdom, and the impartial spirit cf its statutfs. The thing is. as tbe present cafe tnows, a farce, a mockery, a delusion, a hnare. Let those who stickle for such nostrums, look calmly at the present case?blush, and be for ever silent. The question of endowing the Catholic clergy of Ireland Is. at present, occupying a prominent plane in the public mind. The Iri?h government, it is raid, cannot exift without something of the kind. The arre*t* are *tlll going forward, anil several parties have, this week, l>een brought tip before the authorities. One or two ladle* are committed for harboring their brother* Thl*. you will nay, Is etrlngunt enough Tranquility prevail* throughout the south of ireland. All i* suspense respecting the fate of the unfortunate prisoners at ('lonmel It i* *ald that Smith O linen has abandoned all hope of escape, and considers himself a doomed man. In the county of Ciare several youn* ash-trees have been cut down, it I* raid, for pike handle*. France. Our advice* from the city *f Pari*, dated ye*terday evening, have come to hand They do not contain any intelligence of Importance The littie principality of Moran. on the border of Savcy. ha* declared lt*elf a republic, and demanded tin* promotion ol ! ranee The 1'ietit states a* a fnot that the king of Naples had obtained th? a**urance of Hiipport freni Itumia. in eh*? any foreign power should Interfere with his rights over Sicily. Venice I* not to b# molerted, provided no attempts lie mode to throw in supplies T he weekly returns of the Bank of France have been publicist d. ftnd how flgn* of improvemeut. (irrman jr. It Is patisfactory to learn, by the advice* received tlit* morning. that the Insurrection at Baden, under Strove, had been completely put down. Struva and hi* follower* have been completely d<feated. by the Iti muni force*, under (General llolfernan The engsgenient wa* of a determined character; the in*ur> g> nti> fought with great bravery S'ruve him*elf wai tekfn prisoner. tried by Court Martial, and abut; the tame tenlence aa* alho passed upon eight of hi* follower*1, who were taken prisoner* along with him The free c< rp* are marly nil exterminated?all but about 1.00(i nten, who Mill hang togt ther, but. who will probahly fall into the hand* of the W?rt*mburg troop* ( ohgne wm tranquil, but the state of siege was still demand lor both articles has bum less brisk No cheete hut) been off-red Much our laM, but a con?iderable portion now lauding will be submitted on Tuead?y next. A parcel ot Canadian butter, t-lightly heated, sold at 60s. to 669. per cwt The absence of One beef prevents business being done in this description for which we have a capital inquiry; iu ordinary, salts to a moderate extent have been made at quotations. Pork ha* been steady since our la?t; sales of good ttrips have been made at and uu<ler 52s 6d. per barrel The government contract for beef and pork, for the supply of the navy, wan taken yesterday at an advance of 7s Id per tierce on b^ef, and a decline of 25s. fid. per tierce on pork, as compared with the prices of this time lost year. Ilice? We report lot) tcs Carolina ut 20s. Od. to 21s Cd., and C 000 ba,jH Bengal at 10s. for broken, and 13?. per cwt f^r tine white. Salt ?The shipments have been rather butter durlug the week, and the prices remain us previously quoted. Saltpetre?Of 8.000 bags ulTered, only part lound buyers, yet the total vales are fully &,00'J bags, at 22s. to 208. per cwt. being about previous rates. Sugar?There has been a better inquiry at a Might improvement in price, and the sains are 700 hhds. H i'.. 7000 bags Bengal and 200 mats Mauritius In foreign there ha* been rather more demand for grocery descriptions, aud the sales amount to r>30 hhds 30 bbls. Porto llioo, at 35s. 3d to 40* (id. p.-r owt, aud 350 boxes Havana at 35s. 6d. to 39s (id The average price of brown or muscovado sanar. for the week ending September 26 is 22s. Od. per owt Tallow. (to?The market is quiet at 48s to 48*. (id for Peteri-burg, Y. C., which prices are barely supported; about 100 pipes South American of go^d quality, brought 40s. 6d. to 47s. 0d., 20 packages of China tallow 44s, aud 37 casks coco i- nut oil 4(u per owt. American lard is Is. to Is 6d. drarer, the sales being about 1500 barrels. Tea?The transactions have again been limited for black, but several sales hive h-en made in green, recent arrivals, at fully previous prices Tobacco?The sales ti-is month, are 1070 hhds., viz:? 219 Virginia leaf, 102 stemmed, 140 Kentucky leaf, and I 628 stemmed Of these, 35 Virginia leaf, 162 : stemmed, and 12 Kentucky leaf, were taken for Ireland; 146 Virginia leaf. 111 Kentucky i leaf, and 37 stemmed for exportation; 56 Kentuoky ; stemmed for re-sale ; and 38 Virginia leaf, 30 stemmed, I 17 Kentucky leaf, and 435 stemmed by the trade. The , markitf huM a n no it. r riuiwt thrmiirhnnf; month eonticmd On the 28tb, muf arr?stii, 0f p-r^om connected with the l*t# outbreak h?d hern made. Hungary. Tin* Ute advices which have come to hand Btnte that the Hungarian tronpa had galn*d u rlctiry nr?r th* for<">** of Crotia The latter U *al<1 to ha?e lost t r?00 in killed and wonnded The Ran u oaiil to be makiag prtparation* to redre?? hi? defeat. Danubian Ivtter* inform it* that 1,200 recruit*, Pole* and OrrmtoK. from the principality of had cut their way through the druHHlan camp, daring th* night, te join their own rank*. ProMla. .t r nave auvi?fp iuih ui'TUi irura Dcmn 01 me 2flth. Tranquility prevailed The p\pors tnnounnB the gratifying fact that the cholera was subsiding. In other respects the news Ik unimportant. Latrat Monetary and Commercial Intelligence. BY TZLBORAPH AND EXPRESS FROM LONDON. London, Saturday Mo*m*o, Sept. 30. A report prevail! in the city that the Bank of England has made pome advance* on exch"<juer hill*. until the middle of Ootober, at the rate of three per eent, obviontly with the usual view of eq'ialliiag the oironla'ien ax much ?? possible. and in conn-clim with the pajmeut of the dividend*. There in no new feature to report in foreign exchanges unnji. that rate? for Amsterdam are rather lower than last post. The firm of KeUalls. of London aud Calcutta which hujpend?d payment on the 10th June last, h is been reconstituted under the name of KelsalK Hou<e& Co., and will forthwith resume the usual burinesi eonducted by the former house. The three millions of dollars' loan of the Unlt*4 States government ha* hxen ni.irntl.t?H I? I Mr. Corcoran-of New York; and It is understood that th<* stock will not Renin he brought forward for sale, it havirg bee* already taken up. Th? prevailing du*gi'i>n has prevent-"! almost any transactions duriDg th? la*t six weeks In American securities; but this loan. *o readily effected during a period of stagnation, will, we hare reason to believe, draw the attention of c?j>itallsts to them. anil doubtlee* lead to business Vcited States federal 6 per oents are quoted 96>f; Pennsylvania. 66; Maryland sterling 5s 68 We have later advice* from Antwerp and Hamburg, this morning, but thiy do not contain any oommeroial news of importance. The Tari* Bourse was quiet; three per cents 45; fire per cents 69 25 In the return of the Bank of Franoe, for this week, there remained a credit to the treasury of 41 000,000f. notwithstanding the payments of the dividend during the week Havre.?The cotton market is weak and, under th? influence of very little business stirring, prioes|hav? declined a trifle. Marseilles?Advices of a late date have come to hand. By tbem we are glad to perceive that business was recovering from its previously dull a ad gloomy position The home trade had manifested symptoms of decided amendment, and in onmmerolal circles, senerallv. neater buovancv nrevailml Bordeaux ?Letters of a late date are juat received, and repoit that buidness is brink, and prices continue fteedy. Reports of tbe vintage of Prance again reiterate the belief that this year's yi?ld will be inferior, I both in quantity and quality, to that of last year. Liverpool Cotton Market, Sept. 30. Up till this hour there are hardly any transaction! reported The market however, wears a steady but quiet aspeet and it is expeoted that about 4 000 biles will change hands at prlcep similar to those current <Jur ng the oourse of the week. The aocounts from Manchester are gloomy, which limits the demand. Liverpool Corn Market, Sept. SO. Holders of nearly all articles of the trade are steady in their operations, and are indisposed to effect sales at aty decline on th-> rateo current at yesterday1* market. Mahchesti;r Goods and Varw Market, Sept. 30. Tbe general aspect of affairs, both at home and abrcad. produces an unfavorable effeot upon this mar. ket As the purchases are very limited to day. we have little doing and. to effect sales, holders would accept rather lower rates We hear it said s?v?ral spinners have come to the determination forthwith to reduoe their production ; the intention is not to light up the mSllfl an loni* a a tlia H u m a n4 (a I Manchester Corn Market, Sept. 30. The market is not yet fairly opened to-day, but the trade seem pretty firm in their operations, and little change will take place in prices. Hcll Commercial Rcport, Sept. 30. Large arrivals of linseed have come to hand thU week The demand in dull and prices are barely supported; the quotations being 32s to 46< per hundred, according to quality. Rapeseed is in moderate request at ?24 to ?24 10s ; new seed, and fino old, ?25 per hundred. The market for rape oils is steady at ?36 10 to ?36 per ton; finest pale is worth ?37 to ?38. Rape cakes from abroad meet a dull sale at?4 5s to?4 7s 6d per ton. There is little or nothing doing in naval stores, and prices are. therefore, only nominal. The corn trade is heavy, and prices have a deolinlng tendency. Di' Corn Market. Sept 29. The demand for wheat islimited, and prices lower, say from Is. a 2s per bbl. Oats also fell 6d per bbl. to-day. Indian corn is in good demand for workhnuw contracts at previous prices, namely. 36t. to 3t?s. per qr. Other articles are in moderate request, at steady prices. DATA VIA, E. I. Business at this plaoe is reported as being dull, with but little prospect of any reaction The orops of sugar. coffee, fee , would not. It is said prove as abundant as was previously anticipated. The yinld of rise was expectted to be unusually large and the quality excellent. Freights fiat, and little doing there. The Latest Stripping Intelligence., Cork, Sept 2S? Arr Mary Mitcliis?n. Honduras. Liverpool, Kept 30-Arr <;harl? sfhalonnr, it J.ihu, NB. C14 Kepler, Boston; Ellerflie, St Jnhn NB; Pavid, do. TELEGRAPH!* INTELLIGENCE. Pennsylvania Election. Philadelphia. Oot. 17?10 A. M. Tbe official returns received this morning from Erie, give Johnston 1.46<t,majority; Butler, 138; WMhlngton, 117, and Bearer 376. Crawford, for Lougsireth, gives 281 majority, and Clarion (>83. PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 17?11 A. M. Tbe full official returns are received. and Johnston is elected. He gains 100 majority over the ptevlous repcrts. making his election undoubted. r 11 11 ADKI.rlllA, Oflt. 17 ?P.M. Tbe Ptnnsylvanian pubii.-hcH an Extra, giving Johnston (whig), 11 majority; but I have discovered, in comparing the official returns, an error of 100 in bis favor, which c akes hi* majority, 111, A telegraphic despatch ban just been received (from a most reliable eouroe), from IlarrUburg, which says that Job niton'a friends may rest assured that be la elected. ThU is given without figures. The following aggregates of the vote polled in Pennsjlvania are taken from the Philadelphia Bulletin of to-day. That paper, however, cautions its retders not to place implicit reliance in the figures, as their returns are not all official, although generally obtained from reliable sources. Vote ron Governor, 1848. John ton ( W) Lovgs'lh (D) Total vote in all tbe counties... 124 7.*>0 121,666 124,563 i?i ( our townships to hear frtm. which gave Howe, th? whig candidate for Congress. 29 majority. Ohio (Election. The result of the election for (Jovernor is still in doubt. Whig RrJolclngH In Allinny?The Trial of Olcott. Albany, Oct. 17?P. M. The whigs flred one hundred guns here to-day, on account of their suppoced victories In Penncylvani* and Ohio. They are to bold a meeting to-night There in a good deal of excitement, Tht counsel of Olcott. who ia on trial for ambnzitlinv the fund* of the Ogdenfcburgh Bank, contend tliat there hu been no evidence adduced authorising the Court to send the cane to the jury. The trial is not concluded. Conviction ot beo. 1<\ Miller. Boston, Oct. 17.?P. M. (ieorge K Miller, who has been on trial for somo lime paat, in this city, for forging sundry notes, has been convicted. Sulfide. Littlk Kall?,Oot. 16?11 A. M. A man by the name of K. W. Walton, a confectioner in thl* |>lace, committed suicide about 7 o'clook this morning, by cutting hie throat with a razor. Markets. A i* if a n v Oct. 17 1848.?P. M. Receipts by canal, within the past twenty-four l our* Hour, 11.800 barrel* ; wheat, 14,300 bushel* ; corn. (1800 do; barley 10.400 do The Hour market wan dull, and price* much an yesterday. Of wheat there were i-alen of 2 tiOO bunhelH fnir Genesee. at J-1 23. In corn, we notice Mile* of 2 000 bushel* Hat jellow. at 70c Hurley continue* active, with *ale* of ij2MJ0 bushel*, at 71 a 74o. City Iiitplllgeiire. Thk Wfathkk. -The weather ye*terd?y was quit* pleasant, though there were several time* indications of rain From all the signs, a fhower may be looked loe/oon which will prove very acceptable, especially in laying the duat, which now render* the atrevti *o disagreeable. Com,iif.f?ionai, Conviction.?The whig* of the 6th Congiexsional dl*trict, assembled in convention, laaL night. Bt, the Broadway House. but were unable, after several ballot#, to ehooN? a candidate. A not men A?riai. Flight.? Dr. Morrill will mak* another ascension in hi* aerial cur from Nlbln'* old gardi n. at bait pa*t four o'clock, to-morrow evening, Ki*r ?A fire broke out on Monday night, at No. 7 Roost velt street, caused by carelessly leaving a canrfl* burning on a table, which whh *< t on lire, and communicated to a etraw bed, soon enveloping the room i* (lame*. The damage was inconsiderable.