Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 21, 1848, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 21, 1848 Page 2
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Vndild Th? faction of RuMo, after hiring lo?t ntna- 1 tawr mvnVu th?- lBtb ? a- twat?n m*"> th<* nmt iUy fit y.Mirn in tho p'Aiibi'f of \ "il^ot'ii an?l bad tveotj kill?J Tbrr* hipi-aivd In j<-|it*r<j?vV G*t*Ut an au- 1 Docni'ini' pi of 'he i-ii nitre of (rftmiinirn faction, t up - >t<l> of our huudr^J n on tha '21*t. into Mol.(ia atowaln t"?- d>*'r'<-i of tJnalaUtiira. which. ! ySu wtil mm' i< not far ?r m Vladrid Ttiay R3t 140 dollar* and h ?U|ipiT of pr >*i?ion? aud. n.ur a ?tay of polar houm oM'Cm"! nut ag ila mvarila Lavivjn* It lit, bowcu-r. r?-rj ! fllnult 'nohtaiu her?' in Madri I auy trup artoi'Vt ? ! I? Kr*iih 1 tnt?- of thf i'lrnit mor?tr>nt T"br r?M ?-k.*iil>-r. V?? I C bi? nurderr I 'lii Ut. fomni- i ab?cilia rc? hn lni?,rerpt*d \>j ai< ml'Uira'io K t tlin %r*n-n'. the tuaiJtry is nckonril ir-tty flrtu. aid loon* likt-lj to Tiie Utnioat drrpotipr-?a'iu iu the ran 41 of th? rnpubllran* BuUi,?Tlir?? p*rOt.t*. 1S'?, ra*h. I'll* !*!? .luciicj in K*'iis. sund?y. Oct. 29, 1949. Fstraordinary ?* rM..u? ?r? ft ia<| mil# oy th? loctl auibori'iex tu II.m u*p?r in^ut*. t.> promote the elec'-icn of tien i u??i?n?c to th?' Pr?>i leacy. The Aseembl} y'-t*r.i?y <* included the .nsouwion upou the decree lor tb?-el?cf.ton of the President. l'ne ' foltonivg are tb? opd'tiooH. II -i *!i y titled : ? The election is to ci>a.nn-ne? threu^liout France on the lotb of December VII ctti?--ns inscribe 1 on the electoral lifts for rei.r?--i"jiatt?<d shall h<?ve a rip[ht to rot# Ibr the Prefident <*fthe republic They shall vote at the chief place of the eantou, or in such eommuae as the local auihority ?h?ii <Hr?ct Ttie vote khall bs j by ballot No bulletin not written on white paper ; *hall be received Th* army shall rote on the sane day. The rrtfidevt, to be ?j-aaliAed. must be born a ' Frenchman. of at lea-t thlMjr years of ajse. and nerer i have lost the ijuaMty i t a Kreoehman The votes shaU j be collected tn each cb'.i f plane of the canton, and in cach fection appointed In il.litlnn. I'he result of ttame hall be taken to tl:? chief town rf each departmeut, where the veriflca ton ?liali ta*e iilme The re?iilt of > the eigbty-six departments shall be transmitt?d to a special c >niuii?a nu i.f imrty repmsenta- j tiies named hv the National Assemblv. t# nro ceed to the (leoeral hn ! deimtive vnritic%tiou i Tbe Freeident mu.-?t have more than half the whole of the *otei> giten ana *t lei??t t wo millions. to be elected directly by popular vote If. then the two condition* of an absolute majority ?nd at leant two millions of Totes be not fulfilled the A.-?*tnr>iy shall elect the President anion* th? tiv^ can lM*'e>* harm? obtained tbe greatest number ot vote* The polling will remain open on tbe loth ana lltti l)e<-etn >er Toe collection of the Toter in the c?t>ti ni- will t?fc? place on the 12th and 13th The verification at the chief place of the department will occupy *" far a? we may judfrs. the 14th and ]5th. Add to tbii the time necessary to transport to Tans the various documents and tbe general and definitive v.rirtcauon by tbe committee of tbe National AKSeinbly. and we oi*V suppose that the election will be noiitied about the 20th Deoember. iwrrr l-ui.vt m I'aspiii D< UK Vinoknkils, Not. 1,1848. C1T17E* Kpitor ? Voa announce Hint I have given up my catididntekbip to itot* t'rrsiden -y in invor of the citizen Ledru iiollm. You have bet 11 led into error; ?ucb hd idea never entered my mind. for to inn it has no (-elite. In fact. we may.give up.'a right, but not a rboice. Now. what right baft* wt< by eurselvoj to the I Presidency und why put ourselves forward, or rather ] seek thus to in por e ourselves no the free election of i the people, wle master of the dignity and sole giver of I the of ice' For my part. I have always believed that I conformed to d?mocrat:c principles. Ha putting myself forward in no respect, but alno in giving up j Dolling in favor of any one. 1 accept without shrinklog the place which the interest of the people assigns i me. the prison like the oandtdateship; but 1 never endeavor to pr?judge the choice of my country, having < only in Ticw the happiness of serving it. RASFAIL. LETTER FROM M. PE T.AMARTINE. St. Poi.it. (near Maoon.) Oct 20. 1848 Sir:-I read in the Debate an article borrowed from the Courtitr de la Girunde and beg permission to correct it I made the following answer to a correspoudevt at Bordeaux:?"I d > not put myself forward as a candidate tor the Presidency. I pray to God and my friends to keep from me a burthen so much beyond | ? W. u..f if th. ntlulri? Iinillil Ihlnl ,ir.,n?r I "J J r- -r? , to appoiut me to this magis raoy, [ do not think I have ' any more right torefu?eit tb^n I thought myself w?r- > ranted oil Kebruary 21 to refuse the designation of the : people, and leave Paris without a governumnt. I do not believe that 1 am in any degree threatened with Mich a danger and 1 only correct the Coarritr dt la Girnndc Id order to avoid all un?uuder-ttinding To solicit the Presidency would be ridiculous; to desire it would berarb; to refuse it wouM b? wanting to the republic and the ocuntry I am d?< 1 ?f tin* auibi(ion, bat incapable of suoh an net of cowardice. L 1.VIAil TINE. PRINCE ' IS NAPOL.KON. We read in tbe h iilurmtr:? ' Yeaterday. ?f:< sp-ech of >1 Louis Bmaparte ! in tbe Assembly,a animated discusnon took plaoe in one of the lobbi* ' he Uoamber between the abare gentleman and M une \r?u> rh? latter wa< in conversation vtitb -lorne Ron. parte when his cou. eln joined them ueune Arago. &1dres*tng him, Mid: '1 have been telling )' nr aousio (hat our iea*on for opposing you is that e?en should you wish to remain In tbe pale of Republicanism you ?ill be driven \>y tbe nmet< behind you to march towards a monarchy; 1i>r what impels y^u forward is the iguoranceof toe :ountry people and the Imperial feti?hi*m ' But, VI I irago.' replied Louis Bonaparte ' must not attention i>s paid to the majority ?' ' And It is forthat reason ' fald M. Arairo. that t would po?tpone the election of the President, in order that the nation may b-t told that you have no claim, either personal or even borrowed. tolbe Presidency of t'ie Republic, that the reflection of the extinguished star with which you seek to light yourself will b- but a monar :hcal refl-ctlon.' 11. i ~r.llo.<l I mil. Mn.r.leon -that I n in ! nmyyt-m.v ... .vr..? find in the p**t life ot my uncle some f membrane-!' of the Republic ' ' Ab Raid M. \rago. I understand what you tnt-au. Your uncie wn? Consul before he w?e Km(f tor. Vm. but tb*t remembrance is not encouraging for up; for the ( onsul soon transformed bimt-elt. icd the monarr liiec h?te only l?-ft in our re- j collection the idea ol Kuj^i-rjr !,ook a*, the poor ' country people on whos* votes you reckon ; they hare in their humble cottage* pla-ter hu?ts and colored print*. hut whom do they represent ? Is it Bonaparte or Napoleon ? And the lithographic prints which are now hawk'd about from vulatre to rul*?e. and from workshop to workshop. paid for by I know not whom, what period of the life of your uncle do they represent ? la he shown to the people a* a geueral of the Republic, with the military costume of the immortal campai?Ds of Italy ? No ; U is with the grey greatcoat of the Kmperor and King ; in a ?ord. it ii Nipo leon. alwayi Napoleon, and never Bonaparte That cir, is why no sincere and enlightened Republican will vote for you ' M Louis U Daparte turned on his heel hd i walked away without saving a word. The above dialogue took place in a group of at least 50 representatives, the greater part of whom expressed j (n^l* ar..lrnV.ftllnn In \t VtiennM Arun vhit tin h&i] i Important from Berlin ami Vienna. Our account* from Berlin are very gloomy. The republican party there in the democratic congress openly demand the overthrow of all crowned h-ad< If eometbing be not done to put down this congress, there Kill be another insurrection at Berlin It was s'ated on 'Oh&ujf-that \1 de Rothschild had received accounts from Vienna rf tha il? h and that on the morning of that da; the troop* of the Kmperor, baring been treacherously and furiously attacked in the faubourgs by the insurgents. were bombarding the city on every side. Onr correspondent, writing from Berlin, on the 31st October. (says the httraordiuary Supplement of the Sr/orwe of that day.) informs us that up to the 29th, the combat at Vienna still continued WtndeschgraU had taken possession of the suburb- Negotiations had been concluded, but the result had not transpired ? On the 28th the Imperialists commenced an attack tip. n thorn suburb- from which they were least expected Witidischjtratz had openly uff >rd?d the opportULlty of the ubarmed assembiibg in the suburbs which b* had captured in order th*t th -y might separate themselves from the armed population The following paragraph, announced in the liertinrr Zttlumg Hallt. says. U indi<-chi(rutz ha- issue 1 a proclamation. to the efUct that, a* the forty-night hours truoe had expired, he would no loner rest satisfied with the firmer conditions, but would reqnire the beads o{ fieueral Puiskey aud l)r Scbrote. aud w?uid make every householder re<-pou?ihle for whatever occurred on his premises Should a shot b? fired from any bouse or an attack be made upon toe Imperial troops, all the people found in them should be put to the sword, and the boUfe* burned " In reply to this proclamation. Dr. S'brote the well known agitator, has set a price of 2,WO gold ducats on the head of WiDtiitcbxratz. The Sih nan Gazette ray? : - The Hungarian land* eturtn bar broken at. and on the z?th and iSth. thou" ! eaudd with ptkei, bad eot-red upon the Au*rrlan t?r" itorv. Th* Jacer troops, dunn* 'b? a'tack on tb? flrnt barricade* in Vimua. bad lort men During . the whole of the day of the JiHb, the city was bombarded. BfKLin, Oct. 31. P.M ? All thli evening, and up to tbe Ere^ent tiae ?u irnmetse crowd, ruaoy bearing torched, ave been and are staud' tig near the locale cf the Con- j etituent Assembly which l? siill li?c,u?<ioi< on a ques- ' tion to Ihe^elJeot that tb? cau*e of the people of Vienna li t bat of liermany in general. and that the latter be j aided in their patriotic endeavors On Wednesday. the AMOnibiy voted the abolition of the nobility ax a separate cute, and prohibited tbe use of letter* of nobility in Loberlc document*. Nine P. M?Tbe crowd* are locrea<ln* in the n?'ghborhood of the well-known <iendarm? Mirkel The remit of the di?cui?*ifin In the Assembly ha* not transpired. Tbe exeiteinent is Intense. I join barfly. The Rrfnrmr which i? ai??y- mv-ntln(f account* of revi lutton*. >talei- today that nearly the whole of Lombaidy ba? r.fen against tb? Aum rianv There In not a word in 'he journal* or letters from Piedm int to ceafiru tbis statement It u?*ln< Tb# y.anktort i, m il myr th%t h prira'n letter fr?m St*tt?n contain* on account < f tho Kmperor of IttMfiia having m? ! >??(; ?itfi( ir< .j<i? it im ouppo*cd with tb?- Intuitu n f )> iui{ to wiihdra? hi* tro< p* trom thriiof, mid will ? arm* of two or tl)*n* htii d't-a tbou^HDd wen ioio the prlaclpalut?? of the Dftoubo. Turkey L*tt*rpfroni On*tanmop>. of the 12tfi of October. (In tb? '?ittftt ?t th?! 25tli ) aonou no* Bother dn>o?trr by Ore Aluio?t th* while of IVra li*? ) n iitb^' No o. iMitii nr? iriven >f this drmdfiil eMlt|r*iin* Tht Com Ti ikIc of ICurupr. [Kfom tb? l- 'nd' 11 .V*i c anil,* Nor .1.] | Ittouyh curif ImproTcmi n: ba? ta*?n pi ic? In the Weather eince th? flow ?1 i??t ek, ra n ha?fillen id dlflerent p?rt? of tke k njtd ni aodihe land In r?d?rally too ??' to allow of tield <r >m hi in* re*uiM I; la dud tt will r?<|?ilr?-? i>?rt<"l "I firie.dry w atbertor* r> the soil t' hi r- uuitl.?n for plocuhinij ?gdw * n j r il'.lV wV? ** ?nt In nr-e .,?!? to '*>?LM MrWU-2 MM! l>? i*??. HUM ( lie-rtainW ? (li*vlv?nt?e?; but If Novnubcr ehmtj prove ft fine month. the arrears might b>? brought op, an1 in thai < ?- *. the wiiioo ti? Uki ii pl?re woull prove of little coun? | uenne. Tbt lftf>t few da>? h*>e bewn favorable, but ft return "f wi t wrulJ nrllinl; Kiv? r'*" to M'DIh uni'?<i u?n<; ladetd. tbe reror ? from th? .ii<ncuUur.?l dUtrioti al reftdy th>?* i? h> r a d-?t>ondioK vit-w of the future We are di^po^ed to think that the !at* r? u and conrequt nt ff?r <.f thfi>r>-<i uot boing ?>ll pnt io, n?v? hnJ ?obh> ii rtunjci* in gWliin to th* wfcxat trade Ihi ioi ri bruin s* by <hich It hi* lately tw^a charactt-riied; and it i*. therefore. uot improvable lha' a favorable chimr* might uflic.n to rbxck my advance iu price*. ThetH i* certainly uo dtap >eit.|im to spenu iate at present r*>? and nntwitliH-.aoiioit the un(InlihuH ! >!. rftiH.l nf nup ArnhR. niLPt iwx uuu?.llv W..I1 infi nred do not rovidder the * xi- i mf prion* cafe f>r InveFtpment* in corn By the latest advice* from the north ot Kuro|i? we eb serve that wn, at hi I com I roencrd to full in value at several of the priaeipil port#, tod if we ?hou d h*v? nn op-n winter, a good dial uf grain ni'ght nod probably wonli, be#h!pp<l fTom the Baltic, previous to the interruption ot the n?Tig?tion hy lft? Meanwhile. we hue fair blocks of foreign whrut cn hand, and though whit inay h?r? after be recehed in likely to be lauded in bond to wait lor the retn'uMon of the duty on the If t February, there in little prospect of anything line scarcity b'iui? experienced during the three ur>nth? the present laws lire to remain in force. The importations from the north ol Kurope have rathe' fallen off latterly; but there if>. we believe, a con-iderab e quantity of I odian corn, and some wh> at aud dour, on parage from America; whilst from France we may expect continue! empties ot the latter article. Altogether, we do not think the position ol adairs favorable for a ri*-. and though it is po-sible that wheat may creep up a few ( hillings we remain of opinion that no fluctuation of moment inliltely to ta*e place. Thi arri', als of wheat coastwise into London have been email and the ijmatity brought fot ward at Ylark lane by laud carriage samples from the home eounti** has lik?wii?e be-n shirt. On Monday the show on the Kisex and Kent stands was so trilling a? to induce factor* to raUe thtir rrettnsion*. aud though the quality wan by no means good. a clearauce wa* offeot"d at rat.?* Ik to 2s. per quarter above those current on th'it day le'oirnht 8 nee th.-n the demand has a;ain slackened and the fe* parcel* exhibited on Wednesday and this morning were placed with difficulty at tha improvement named Of foreign wheat, only 8 .*>10 quarters have been received su.ce Satur lay ni<Ut la-t; but we bii\e a large stock id ware!iou'e. at this port, aud the holders are generally dispo-ed to realise a? opportunity odors On Monday several lots were taken by country buyers, iriticipaiiy OdWW, st Petersburg, and similar sorts; aud ou these de>crlpt>oas an advance of about is per quar'fr was established, whilst superior kinds, rucb as Dautzic and the best red Baltic, could not be Fold better than before. The transactions have since been uuiinportant. aud quotations have undergone no futtht r variation 1'hu duty remained stationary yesterday, hut is sure io rise to ti? per quarter on Thursday next Klour has sold steadily throughout the wee* ; the large qutntity of Krenah on the market has inteitVred. more or less with the Fale of that of English manufacture Barley of home growth has come forward very sparingly, and the receipt* of foreign have been moderate In the commencement of the week the tiuet malting samples rose Is. to 2s , and other descriptions Is p-r quarter in value, and this improvement has since been well supported. Am It ha* been in toieranly good request, at the recently enhanced rates. The market has been very indilfVrently supplied with oats. and factors have endeavored to obtain rather higher prices, excepting, howev?-r. a rise of about Oil. per quarter on really goodfresh. Corn?No advance on previous quotations lias bet n eft.ibli.-bed. There has been more business doing in beans tnis week and the turn has been decidedly in favor of the seller. l eas h>tve been in fair request, and superior boilers, as well as the best bog pease, have brought rather m?re money. Indian corn has excited little attention, and its value has remained much the same as before. Liverpool Commercial Summary. | Fruiu the Ltverpovl Mail. Nov. 4 J Eicha*<;e Friday Evening Not. 3. COTTON. The market opened with an increased demand from spinners, and a very fair enquiry from speculators, which caused prices to advance 1 to >?d. per lb.; this, however, checked the operations of the trade,and yesterday prices somewhat receded. To day there has been more business done, and the market has closed firm at 'td. per lb advance on the lower and mid llmg frlf qualitiesof \mi-rican There was a thin atteudar.ee at the public sales to-day. aud of 093 bajs Sea Island, and 43 stained do. offered, only 320 sold at rather lower prices. The sales of the week are 3i.ltt0 bales, of which speculators have taken 5 /ilK) Vmericau, and exporters X 400 do , .'WOSurat, and 200 Madras; and there have bieu forwarded into the country, unsold, during the past month 2 510 American, and 230 Surat. tl.. niintihnh^ >n. t.lr st' i Mobile. an<l Orleans. 37jl'i. The imports, this week, are 20 S21 bales; thts year, 1.412,686; sam-time last j? ar, 055 4'<i8 The eetiniated stocks are 511.6:23 baler; same time last year 404 800. There were taken last year by 'he trade. l,129,2i>0 biles; by speculator*, C5 650; by exporter*. 134,020 Same time last year, by the trade 878,020; by speculators. 283,100; by exporters, 112 4*0. BRKADSTTPFS. There w*? a fair attendance of millers and dealers on 1 ue?day. The importers of wheat w-re firm for aa , ailraore on last week's rates, and in several Instances Id. per busbel on both old and new was estab- | lisbed. and some purchases of foreign were made for ' the interior Altogether, the butiaess in wheat was to a fair extent. Hour was held 61. per barrel and per sack higher, but did uot move very freely. Fine mealing <ats were scsrce. and rally as dear, bntsecondary samp'ss were heavy sale, and rather lower. Egyptian beans brougbt an advance of 81. to Is per qr., and belling peas were fully Is per qr. higher Barley maintained last week's prices. Indian corn was in moderate request for Ireland and for our midland counties, but there wa* no alteration in the qu nations. The only alteration in the duties to-day Is a rise of 6d. per quarter on oats. Some large speculative parchases bav?' been ma?e In wheat and flour the last two days, at about the same prises as prevailed on Tuesday. There was an average attendance of millers and dealers at our Corn Kxi-hAoge this morniog. Holders of wheat generally demanded a sm*ll advance on tbe prices of Tuesday, and Id D?r bushel wan partially obtained on foreign and Irish new. with a f*ir extent of business. A large parcel of Baltimore wheat changed hands, but the price did not transpire, it would be about *s 4d. per701bs . duty paid Klour was held at fully late prices, but had not a free sale loreuh-r sacks or barrels Hue oats were scar?e. and seonndary sorts easier to buy: barley, beans and peas fully sustained late rates. 1'bere was a fair sale for Indian corn at prices similar to thore paid last Tuesday: white 34i. to o.r>s aDd }ellnw up to 3tis p-r 4*0il>? Kntered for home consumption at Llrerpool, from 1st March. IMS to 31st October:?wheat. 171. -".(J qrs ; oat?. 4,700 qrs ; barley. 20.512 j rs ; Vans. 71 847 qr?; peas. 7,414 qrs ; Indian corn. 438.730 jrs ; I u lna meal. 34.093 bbls ; flour. l>8 989 bbls Remaining under bond in warehouse at Liverpool. 31st October. 1*49, wheat. 24 327 qrs. ; flour IK ywI bols ; Indian corn. 8.286 qrs ; Indian meal. 1,1*28 bbls.; oats. 203 qrs ; barley. 41V qrs ; beans. 0.21.1 qrs : peas. 10 qrs. Tbe following ate tbe imports of wheat, flour, fcc., into Liverpool from foreigu parts, for tbe wee* ending 2d Not 3.786 qrs . 20,4.'>tt bushels. 14,405 b*gv 210 mats, wheat 02 279 bbls , 2!<5 sacks dour. 905 qrs 113.181 bukhels 2V 2t>8 bsgs Indian corn. 1 799 bbls Indian corn meal. 410 bags lice, and 286 bags p-as. The imJcrts during tbe same period from Irelaud are?30 tons SO qrs 200 bbls 100 sacks wheat. 746 qrs. 1.120 bM?. 808 racks oaU, 480 sacks flour, 6.0t*2 Ids 65 ton* oatmeal. 'I here was not much doing in the London market this morning The few parcels of Knglish wheat exhibited are held at fully Monday's currency, and though the inquiry for foreign is not advanoed. holders remain firm Barley, beans and pea*, unaltered in value. Supply of eat* ehort. and the turn in favor nf thu him.r At WnkvAeld. to rlav. the wheat trii-le was Ti ry firm ; but ihe q'lautlt., off-ring precludes any advance. Price* arc fully equal to tbis 4ay three week*. Barley Ik. per qdarter d-arer. aud a gr?at fcarcitj ol the finequalities. t>a'saDd shelling steady. Bean* and other article* as befoi*. AMKKICAIt PROVISIONS. A fmall lot (00 tierce*) new b?rf ban been landed and placed off the quay at 100* la old. extreme prices are made for Tery ordinary descriptions. nothing el>? being lelt on band There baa been more inquiry for pork, but the sales have been unlmprrtaot. A fltie artioitt is mt.ch wanted The renewed demand for bacon noted in our last ha* continued and the sales lor tbe week reach SiOO boxes, leaving n ,t over 600 boxes in Importer*' hands No hams on tbe market. nor (boulders Tbe cheese f-ale on Tuesday was animated ; everything <>ffeied sold freely at steady prices, and tbe market is again clear Beef, U States prime m??s. per tierne of .'104 lbs , STB. 6d to fris. Gd : ordinary. 8m to 80s.; mess, per barrel of 'J00 lbs.. 00s. to ?iOm ; ordinary, 40s to 40s ; prime, .'ISh to 4ns : extra India, family, tic per tierce, 330 lbs., (ins to txis : ditto, per half-b-trrel loo lbs , tid to u8s.; potk. United S'ates prime m?*?, per barrel of Ji"0 lbs., 30* to 6Ss.; prime, old <mm to0'is. (Id.; mess, family mes*. i*c . old. 56* to r????.; bmnn, per cut, western, 32s to 44s ; shoulders 20 < to 304 , hams dry, p*t cut , JI4i. to 42s.; in salt, per cwt . 00s. to oo?.; cheese, fine. p,r cwt. 40s to 62'.; middling, 3J?. to 45<.; ordinary. 3m. to :w?. lm>ort< tr'in the 21th Oct. to 1st November. IMS Pork. 12 bM- ; cbeeie, cask 6 68'2 bxs.; butter. 600 ck ; bums, loosed, eks. 14; bacon. 44 b*s. Previously this year: b?ef, 13.565 tres.. 2,064 brls.; pork 32 313 brlv: cheese 4 130 cRi . 60 740 bxs ; butter. 1 1*0 cfc*.; bams. I 880 loose, 3,0o3 ck*.; bacon, 40.681 bxs. OKNERAI. AMERICAN PRODWCK. The ftoek* of pot arbes bemg luuoa reduced and chiefly held by one bouse, a further advance of Is to Is fid has aga'n been obtained, i'earls, heiog In better nip fly. are dull of sale a' a dec II no of 1? per o wt. A sn ail parrel of I'nited Staten j ust arrived is declar ?d fur auction In a few days, tjuercitrou birkii >atinues t.eplected, and may be bad on easier term< There hat he*n nnire enquiry f r lard, which be'n^ freely met by holders, about 100 tons have beeu disposed of at prices generally In favor of the buyefp. The market for tallow continues lull, ami late rates are with difficulty maiotalned. Importers of beeswax having subnitt^d toa reduction of 5* per cwt, m-vernl parcal* have b<#-u taken botb for RooMimption and export Sperin oil ik nettle# pearoe. and bt|th r pr>ce< are a^aln J^niinil^l Frr wtiale and lard oil there id but little enja'rr, and only retail rale* can b* effected A coa*lderaol? fail hko teken place In tbewlue of rou^d turpentine, 1,100 barrel" KM>d quality by ?uetlon. on tb* ;iotn ult. *nld hearily at 7* Ud do?n to 7* per c?t. Spirits turpi ntlne ba?e al*o par'aken of tbe depr?*<don. an 1 oiunt be quoted 4* t<> 6* per of l?t?r I n ronln or tar thitr I* uo alteration Lin*eed ml cake* noat.uua in requett at *teady prtoe* Of hemp <be market l? ?tul li.rt*. Carolina rlca continue* quite n> giectel, and. el bough offered on more favorable teriuv d .?? n ?t, r-ttract attention. In olover?eed tbere i* no ne? fi*. t '?e ; the epeculatlre inquiry aJuJed to la our la*l bat mi -dtd A mi s-United State* pot, pe- c ?t , 3'??. to Hit ; pea?' tftf. toJCU ; A*, on (real put A\* to32?.j pearl ill." fn?*? (iiterc'ron H**k I'Mlad *lph*a N* i?4 In ll< ; 1 Ml It. ?tt. U? M. ?> ., HMUilMT*, it. MM*. *., lard, flue. 3!U. to 40? ; fair to good 0S?.to 39< ; ordi- ' rarjr to iniddllnp, S4i?. to 37? ; Inferior aud <r*a'P. W?. J to ta Iow.4-k to 4f>? ; b- eswaj. Xi to ?!i llV. ; buti*r 2fi? to 30? : *p-ru? oil. p?r Inn, j?"H to > ?82; wbHlvoil X' 1-, to jC27; lard. jC3j to ?;iH; turpentine. p? r cwt . 6* to 7i* ; epiritu turpeutiue 3l?.j ro- I ?in. ooniniou. 3i< 3d to3i tid : roiin tr>tn-p ?r?at. 4*. i to B? ; tar per barrel. 13?. to Ijh ; lioo-rd eake. think ! p? r ton. ?8 toi> 10*.; thin obloDg ?6 Km to ?0 i*.\ ] hrop ?'24 to ?26; pit; lead. iu bond, ?16; rio*. tlnro. Una. pit c?t . )hk. to HI*.; clover ??d. 301 to3)i.; Uaifw-d, per ton. none here; timothy p i c?t, tone here. Import* from 20th to l*t N >*einb,fr?121s bam-In. .91 V? lard; 100 hhd?, 1'21 barrel* tallo*; previously tM? year 70 barrel*. 7<> 6t H keg*, 1,033 i iip.t r lai J; 2.3*6 hi:if.. 2 S?>0 btriels tallow. TOBACCO. Tim a nf ?h? mnr, t k u ... r?, -I l? 1 illA KIl^I a*ll confsii>t. of 564 Virgiul* leaf, M>7 Virgin a -taminel, 117 Kentucky leaf. huiI 618 Kentucky Memmtnl. fno Virginia leaf, faded 2^<d ; ordinary s >uud. 3d; ml 1dliig. Si?d.. good 4d. to 4^?d ; tine 51, n?minai; uteanneir ?nunil. 2>j'l. and 3d. &K'l anltl).: Kentucky, leaf, 2*?. itid 4<l ; stemmed. 8d. f> l h ad 5^ Tie stock iu tbe warehouse ren^lKt* of 2 Ifitt Virgin'* l--?f. 3.1&7 Virginia ttemmed. 1 802 Kentunky ie*f. 7<o? Kmtuekj stfiimed. V 198 not * impi.-d -1 ti '181 Rt'd at tl ? phidii period la?t year the st?ck oon-cst- I >f 1 813 Virginia leaf 3 6S4 Virginia iitem'ned. 1.803 K-n turky I. at ?77 Kentucky Btrwuie J, 3,300 uot gambled ? 16 377 fcbdx. THE MANUFACTniUNO DISTRICTS. The Manehrtlrr Courier t*y? : ? At the clow of l%?t 1 week a more cheerful ft-eling ? ?? inanifetited a'.inut uniTcrsally ? produced evidently m^rti by the improvement ot the money market and tbe fnora'iU turn which chare property eeeuiel to b<* taking, ttian any prospect of a continued and healthy demand fro n either the bome or export houiex; although. ?* reg-irdi the latttr. come tolerably extensive iran-.*ction-? to ik place both for America and the Levant l'hi? improvement contiauea on Monday On Tije-tday tbe market eihibi'ed n decided Improvement I n the yarn mat ket there ha* Utterly been ratber ino-e buaine.-.* doing for 1 ndla ibe Mediterran?an and tbe Lev-tat. In the cloth market tbe Greek ho'ines liavn been mik iug couKidtr?b!p purchases of T cloth*, of goo! descriptions Some large purchases have b-en inadela'e- I ly fvr the United States. The credi ir* of Messrs. S. A. Buttsrworth Si Co , of Manchester awd Bradford. have accep'eda proposition ; mailt' by tb* firm to pay 10-t. in the p"UoJ. hy tnree | in-tallinent*. nt periods of tbiee. mx. and uine mouths, datin. from December; the fln-t two instalments to he p?> ments ?.f three fhillings, and the last of tear shillings, which last i? to be guarantied by property. the iron trade. Jlris's 1'irmingham Gazette Bays?''The cheerful | feeliDg that, a few weeks since enlivened every depart- i ment of thin tmde in the Birmingham district, has given way to one of conquerable anxiety; and, under the influence of some vague apprehension, the openin* prospect of more remunerative activity has considerably receded. The renewed outbreak of revolutionary deposition abroad, and the prostration of railway interests at home have been promenaded as the most, ominous objects of dread : and we use the w >rd advisedly; for we cannot learn that as yet any absolute dtpre?Mve effects have been indicted by either upon the peculiar transactions of the iron trade, beyond wbat such a een-ation is calculated to produce. The demand for iron continues at present pretty n-arly, if not quite, equal to the make, and manufacturers of hardware articles of every description have yet orders sufficient to afford their opetatives full employment. That specifications are given with mors hesitation, that some purchases are made even conditionally, and thst the low prices at wbich sales were negotiated by inferior manufacturers, during the early part of last quarter, have been partially resumed by them, are but the natoraloonsequences of the policy lately adopted.'" monetary and stock affairs. The money market has been rather more active this week, and railway stock has also considerably "improved. This is attributable to the determination of the directors of the leading lines to curtail their work iDg expenditure and make fewer calls, and to the fact that tbe bank directors have reduced the rate of interest to three per oent. Some stock has advanced from 16 to 20 per cent. The following are the prices to- day, p*-r eletrlc telegraph:?Consolsfor account 80!^ to>?. exchequer b'lls. 42 to 5; thrt-e one fourth per cent stick M? to X Share market, closing prices: London and North Western stock. 110 to 118; Midland 78 to 81: North Stafford fl>{ to ?i; South Eastern and Dover. 23 to 4; do. No 4 6,4B to Ji; Great Western. 13 to 12 The amount of notes of the B ink of England in autnal circulation in the week ending Saturday. Oct 21 including seven days' and other bills, was ?19.596.851?an increase during the week of ?198.384; the amount of gold and silver coin and bullion in the bands of the bank. ?13 1 62.046?a decrease of ?96 273. Gold is 0 20 per cent dearer in Paris than in London, and 0 05 per cent dearer in Hamburgh ttan in London. Bank of Kngland. An acoonnt. pursuant to the 7tb and 8th Victoria, chap 32, for the week ending tbk 28th day of Gotober, 1848. MICE DF.rARTMKtfT. Note* Issued ?26,6<)8,iW Government Debt.. .* U.OIMOO Other Securities.... S.UM.UUO Gold Coin and Bullion. 12,11*1,2-16 Bilver Bullion. ft?** ?26?>#.I95 *26,608,153 BifKINr DRriRTMItlVT. Proprietors' Capital.X14.fiSS.UU0 Government SecnriBut. i,trf,062 ties ('Ot-ludiag Public Deposits (in- D?ad woigli* Aneluding Kxohs- ouiij) . ?12,9!WM)12 quer Savings OtlierSecurkles... I '.-wvp^ i Banks, Commis- Notes 8,018,14 sinners ot National Gold and Silver Debt, and Divi- Coin 661,987 dend Accounts)... 2,>>19,410 Other Deposits 10,yjl.i?I Seven Day and other Bills. 1.(40,754 m-.vi nil Jku.au.uo Markets. Lorrnos Morsrv Market, Nor. 3?City, 12 o'clook ? The statement current for some days pint. a* to the intention of tbe directors of the Baak of England to ! reduce their terms of discount,was yesterday borne out, ?- notietd under this bead; and tbe iu--?ition now out in commercial circle* is concerning the probable effect upon tbe money market. We should be oautioua in i entertainiup over-sanguine anticipations, or In attaching uudue importance to tbe memure Tbe Baa* is poweituily competed with In it* business operations by establishments of lets magnitude, which, since the payment of ihe dividends. have bad an increased supply of cash placed .at their disposal, so as to render it scarcely worth their while to allow even 2 per cent for it on'-call," and to induce them to afford accommodation upon 3 and 4 months paper at as low a rate as 2)? and V4 per cent The Hit of England minimus rate was 8X; and when we consider the flrst-rate character of the bills received there, we may conclude tbat. measured by such standard, the average rate of discount could not be this minimum. When money, however, becomes superabundant, tbe regulating power of the Bank Is. to a great extent, inoperative either for good or ill. It is In periods of mistrust that the Bauk has ?uch absolute control, and at such the bare mention of an intended advance or reduction iacreases apprehension or allays it In the present circumstances of the commercial world, tbere is an apv , thetic state of things, indicating neith-r confidence nor the reverse to an extent sensible of material influence from tbe mere nominal cheapening of money. Trade is reetrictea witbin the narrowest possible II mitn and pou iucted with the least pnssi ble amount of credit. The note circulation of the United Kingdom in far below what it wag in November, 1847; while the diminution in the use of bill* of exchange must be enormous. Reasoning from the** prvmine*, we might be led to conclude that although the business of the Bank may be promoted by a reduction In the charge for disouunt?and this will be doubted by those who oontend that the Lombard street establishment* can still go lower?the public interest will be very ID tie served We do not wholly participate in this view. The bank directors notoriously adopt the brat mode of rea'ising profit* for their proprietors, bnt tbey likewise have riMponxibillties imposed and admitted which cau?e their policy to \ be yet regarded with anxiety, more in the province*, perhaps, than in the metropolis For s'lme weeks past the state of the corn trade has beea a subject of general attention and comment, and. a* umal, opin- i iotas grea'ly difTer. Higher price*, and an exportation of the precious metals, are pred'cted on the on* side; abundant supplies, and payment to a large ex- i then, come forward authoritatively to decide la bahalf of the fcrnierWt should nij. unquestionably. It dor* not. The directors merely Intimate that their unemployed reser?e? am increu-ing. that their profit* are liable from competition to dtmish, and th?y rasolye accordu.gly to seek to attract business. Let those who would a*t*cb a wl<ier iuterpn tati?n to th* cheapening of discounts be cautious bow they act. Tne back neither knows, nor can know, what l? la the fa- { ture; ai^d assuredly will not he s'Oir tu ral<e Its terms whenever e?ent? may seem to justify the course. That surh will occur this year we do not believs, and that J th? result ot the present movement may be satisfaetory there Is reason to hope Tt.e amalgaamtion ut the three great railways, to be proposed un ier sanction of the shareholders, by a bill In Parliament excites great interest in th? city, and there will be no lack of jealous scrutineers and champions

ol the public, should the deUils in the slightest ' manner trench upon the latter Otis of the monthly periodicals furnishes Nome very 1 Interesting stat is tic* a* to the amoiint of calls pti 1 up | on railway account and of money hirro? *1 by rtilwajr j companies, to the 1st !) cember last an.] whiuh. being I compied from official data, are stated to be ao* ceptabie as being strictly oorrect It. ma? be ob?erTHd, ! by the way, thai the magazine defends Mr. Slaughter'* railway Hat; and remark', that., until the ta-k of aialy| xing tbeaccounts was therein undertaken, and undertaLut, from t )?* itsriift in tha. ?< ? tilnfa niiKli^hii < hf f.h? revrral con)p*oir?, tbe majority of ih# railway publio knew nothing of the actual condition of their own property. iJtfpoaeti hk *f nmy he to bUmt the alarm tog deduction* in the ??flily lluilmay List, we c*nDf t jO'U to the wholesale denunciation ol that publton'ton. The director." of the aeveral cotnpanle* h?i Wind e nee the power to deprlre it of it* >tlni{;" for, too'ir ltDo*led{e the analyst* "frail way iiuonrit' h?a bei n lioinj? on for month'. and the n>iar?hol<i*r< mipportrfl generally hy the prem lure ionic xlnoe urge<l the production of full areounta Phut, rulway property-ehould hnye bt-eu suffered. for a year <ir in >re to r?ri (l? eteadlly. end uliiou irr?tu>-di.ihly. h* It Feemwl certainly show* 1-j" *en?lb'lity at head quarter* than might be deemed appropriate. 1 he total amou nt of -hare rapiial p ?ld. Hi to the lat Picenthtr 1H7 ? < jClil 041 5H. ail oi loan*. ? M.ftl4 and the e*tlma'f of call*, yet to b* aide. I* i.4.', OOOMl. fur which three iearn will be allowed, an l ptrbap* n>ore 'IheKund* opened ra'ber flat thla morning, but ha** eliir* improved. CotieoU for \?inouot wera flr*t done at t>CV4. hut hare riaen to8tH<; for vloaey, they h>*e b<-en dune a? hfl'4. M'i; 3 Per t'entu Induced. Hf.% to fcn'f, tf'f p-r c?"Qla. H6. 84Xt 8"; Elrttquer M|i* (March), 42* to 4?? pram ; do (June), 40? *"4S? nrem 4 la ?* k vt*!4? atvoiu Um MtiMkt tUJ. Z-'-A- ,, ilpsirnn ba* b-rn <1r>n?at 2!'(; Spanish :i Par Cants, i t;;Ji. do. ActiT.-?, US, < l?o o'clock Tne grain tradfi in Mark lane is tut'iy to<lny. with a limited supply Th? Kund* ar? lowor. but still comparatively Nriu CohmiIp. SO1* to 86??; n>"w 3l?Per C?nt*, b?>\ to >6. and th* 3 Per Cant* K?durad. 85V,' to8.Y'{; IWak S'ock has b*>?n done at 189)?; Ksohequar bill* ara biiihrr, helnc 4J? to 40s for tho?e -lit ?>l *1 iroh. The K<>rr1|rn Securities h?v? not raalotuiii(4 ths fullest rates cf yetferdHy. hut the b'i?lu??? d^U" h*s Ikn'b liuiitrd. Mexican a*e 21?? to 21J,; Spanish n?? 3 IVrOntt 2"Hi tn*2 }?; *ud Portu*ii.<*t). nominally. to 84k. Hru/ilinn N*v hav* bt-Hu (mm it 78. I IJutr-h Per C-n?s ure about 45 to 4(3 but noth'u? j hMf been dot e; liiifsitn , 0i<*. l'he Katlnay Share Market looks ?0Jd, though .J Three o'ci of k ? Consul* for the Account left olf at 86}. U Manciikitkm Mosthi.y Trade Rkportj, Not 1 ?In 1836 property and c mtiollii.'ii of every d?? irtptiia hud a'taibvd ?n urtific ully high valu-, uot only h,?r^. but tUo tn other countries Kxtrav*g*nt t?r ce* w-rI aid for produce ami received-4'i-Alty h*^ priiet fur (lonih- manufacture! hwre It m-"? ?< ?f ijitf pnf nation* bad agreed tn exchange th?ir respeitivx commodities at. a higher rate. which. ?? It #?? renipTi-i nilj adopted, did nrt Wfra to m ike a >y dtTerenv? \ in the end. The events in the ye ir immeiliat-ly f.?l 1 ,wii g this perioj showed but too clt arly that, su^h a ttateof tbirg* could not last. The next period of snnipa-lHoii i* 1847. Twelve month* no, *h hat to contend with aotis's of unparalleled severity; aid the mon'b of Oct'b?r iu particular, was oneofpmiq to the commercial community of tnts country Money was 'hen scarce. and the rale "f discount from 8?^ to 9 p< r cent, per annum Thestoclt of bullioa wae tl?e milli( ns of Doiii.ds lees than It is now but cotton wai fr< in 40 th f>0 per cent higher than it is at the present moment It is to the latter point th:it w? are desiroue of railing the attention of our friend*, as a favorable feature tn our present position, nomoared with other years ordepression Wi h 8 sufficiency of tood at a moderate price, rind an amnle supply of c itton. this coun'ry w II be better enabled to oope with pres. rit d fflcultiet, rod the interruption of her trade with the continent The past mouth was. undoubtedly. one of ({teat depression. We had a railway crisis which came as unexpectedly to those most Interested. hn it proved serious. Onr foreign frieud'. m?y be able to form s n Idea of the nil I dons of pounds thus sacrificed when we eta'.e that, according to a calculation by competent t?ir?ons. a loss of 1CH upon every 21s. of }ihId up OHpital hss on an average, been suatained on railway shares sold in October. This does not include the lo?e accruing to th >se who bought this desctlption of stock at a premium. Such a state of things could not fail toexeroi?s a most prejudicial effect on trade, and particularly on the home narfeet. Railway stock was held by many of the richer iierchantp and manufacturers ss deposits to be made use of as urgent wants required ; they found, however, that stocks of this do cilptlon could not bo turned into nion< y li-t month except at an immense Ion and it b?came a matter of calculation to some, whether it would be more edvUab'e tn dispose of their goods or shares at a sacrifice. Whi'e the railway orUil exercised its unfavorable influence at home, accounts of renewed nolitical commotions reached us from abroad : instead of a restoration to a state of peace and i order, our continental neighbors were again har- j raHM d by an Insurrection in Vienna, at a moment when political disturbances in other part.1) had only just been quelled, nnd something like order maintained. Countries with which Koglaudiseolutimv.ely connected in commerce cannot thus suffer without influencing most teriously the trade with those o'matries, the importance of u hinh may be gathered from thf fact. that, about five-wishths of our total export* of j cotton fabrics are taken by those States. Notwith- ' standing, however, all these drawbacks, this country is exhibiting the same power to right itself as it has shown on all former occasions of difficulty and dedepression The consumption is going on; the re re- ; Due accounts published early In the month showed an | increarc of ?722 277 on tr-e quarter ending the 10th of October, compared with that ef tho preceding year. I The cctton mills continue with few exceptions, to 1 w.-rk full time notwithstanding the complaints of the masters that prices are uoremunerating The manufacturers know full well that working short time enhances the cost of the article produced, and that the extreme low prices now rnling. are the only inducement for merchants to effect purchases ; these hare been of sufficient magnitude to prevent any great aociimutation of stocks, whioh we still find, with few exceptions. comparatively light When we consider that about ten millions lba. weight of cotton are at the prerent time worked up weekly, the consumption of goojg in the homo trade must be considerable at present low prices i be agricultural districts are in a better position tc consun e than they were in former year* ; at lepst we do not hear the same complaint* as to want of work cr unremunerating prices. No d iubt the landowners have been greatly benefitted by railway undertubings According to the declared value oar exports fbow a sensible falling off; hut lb weight of yarn, and number of yards of goods afford the only just criterion of onmparlion. When we p-ty from 40 to 60 per cent less for the raw material tbaa last year, a comparison ef the value expotted is no longer a test of the more or less satisfactory state of our expnrt trade It has been snrgeeted to the Board of Trade that the weight of the packages exported to the various markets would greatly faotltaie a correct comparison, if such was added to the present mode of making out the table of exports : and we sincerely hope that this plan will be adopted from the beginning of the year. The shipments to the ea?t are more nearly approaching in quantity to what they were last year ; but it mast be resolleotad that at th<K period ot 1647. our exports to those parts fell off ma- i teriellv. owing to the commercial crisis Giods exported at present low rates will probably induce a repetition and Increase of shipments ; and it is to be hoped, that ! notwithstanding the present low prices of yarns and | goods. th? producers will find it their interest to keep th* vnrkinv *?ll amnlavaH thpnnwhntif fha ?!? ter months. Vonkiiiinc Market.?Out market throughout this ' month hu not shown any thing like the buoyancy 1 which, from it? animated state at the close of Sept, we were led to anticipate The adverse accounts from the continent of renewed commotions, Immediately checked the general confidence whioh was gradually reviving and the alarming fall of every kind of railway property in this country did incalculable injury to the nometrade, which gave every promise to oQntinuegood during this month We have, therefore, to look back on a very insignificant amount of business done, compared with what was generally expected at the latter end of Sept nor have we very encouraging prospects before us There are. however, still a good many orders In the course of execution, and among them one for army cloth. (D3t for Germany, as w? saw It stated, but for Denmark.) so that our working olas<es continue so far ptef-.y fairly employed In the Bradford market a reaction has already commenced Stacks remain however, low as yet. owing to the caution of our manufacturers In a few week* it is expected the operations for America will again begin and impart new 1 fe to the Bradford trade Price* continue surprMngly steady, bat leave little remuneration to the i producers of goods.?Du Fay 4" Co '? Circular. Theatrical Intelligence. The first appearance of Mr and Mrs Charles Kean this season at the I Uy market Theatre is announced for Monday, the fith of November, in the popular play of' The Wife's Searet." And shortly after Othello" will be performed, with the following ca?tOtbello, Mr Cre'wlck; lego. Mr C Kean; Desdemona, Mrs. Charles Ktan , Emilia, Miss Addison. Madame Celeste and Mr. Wright *re to make their re-appearance at the Adelphl t Jenny Llnd ha* a rival in the person of a Mademoiselle Nlssen. An Knglish paper, speaking of her, says This celebrated vocalist, who makes her first appearance on the Knglish stage on Thursday evening next at Covent Garden, appears to have created the same sort of excitement in Italy which Jenny Lind has done amongst us in England. II Pirata. an Italian journal devoted to mu?ic and the fine arts, thus speaks of her performance of " Norma" Last night's pfTformnnof will long dwell tn the recollection ! of tbe Bolognece 80 exciting a scene has never been I witnessed Niseen's Norma has wrought all Bologna ' into a perfect ftate of frenny. To record the effect arid nii-rit(i of either her action or ber singing would prove as vain as it would be a useless task. Sufllce it to say she electrified her hearers; no innumerable were the encores, and so multitudinous thereca'U, increasing each tirn- in enthusiasm, that they protracted the performance more than an hour beyond the u<ual period We wait her Ainina. in La Somnambnla. with intenre Impatience." Tbe amateurs of music bare suffered a severe loss. The yontbful Maria Milanello. that most distinguished arlttlr on the violin, died last Saturday evening at Paris, in ber 16th year, of hooping oough. Madame Orlsl and Mario were at the Princess's Theatre recently I.a Diva (who looted uncommonly 1 well) intends to rtmaln In Kngland for some time, per- ' baps until the opening of tbe Royal Italian Opera, Covent Garden. Jenny Mnd was tbe star of attraction at a concert which took place at Brighton, Oct. 31 The large room at the town hall not being large enough to accommodate the whole of tbe applicants for tickets, the orehaatra wax half flllad, and. In addition, it graater nnnbrr of pardon* ware oblitred to eontcnt thamaelvas with listening from an adjoining room, from no put of whlr?h wa? the orohaatra rlaible. " F>tdn?," whioh has baan ahaWad foraareral year*, ! in preparation for reTl?al at tha theatre Koyal, llawkln* atraat. Mini* Kauclt will personate the heroine Lady Baachar, for whom tha play was writ tun, I* at praaant in Dublin, In the njoyment of rood health. Faaltloiia for November. [From the \aw Mouthlv Ualia A.M*mbln?.] Public. Piurnennrtr l)rn??Brown flgurad popllnrobe; a high rnrfagf trimmnd with a ravar* of two fall*, edged with afHI?-. Den.Marge kIhhvhh. oonflaad by band* at the wri*ta Tha panl^-anii la a abort pellaaa of green ?atin. waddad. and lined with aaraenat Aolo*a1ttin< coroage, with a double palarina of moderate dapth. open on tha ooaom. and each fall bordered with a flat trimming of paMamanter a to correapond. Wida eleave*. rathar mora than d*<nl-long. with daeo oiifT? clfft on each aide, nod bordered to oorreapond with tha pelerine* die abirt. not quite a half length lg cpeti from tha wai^t. el?ft at tha bottom in four place*, and of moderate fuln**a : two rowa of pa<<nm"ntarla placed at a flon?id?-rahla diftaace from aai-h otbar an nircle It. to thn w?Ut. %n<1 * io? une* up th* nnrMt'. which l? cli??*d from tha wal?t to th? ihr'><it. Vlo. let velvet. chaprau * round moderately on?n ?h*n? the interior of the brim to trimmed on each *id? with half-wreath* of ro*e* panache* and T?l?et hrldm ; the exterior,with h band of funny trimming and a tuft of i>hoit feather" on Harsh ?ld?. b >th to rorraxpond Kinhroldeted mnrlin collar. nod cuffs *dg<?d wllh VhImq ctrnne* laca. Milhnrry anrl lAvgtrie --Dinner Ctam in of embroidered mUKiin ; high nt th? b?OK. d?wc?ind' n< ?n coetfr Id front, with are?er? bordered with Briiteelii lane ; it In roirad ehape elu*ed la froot by a row of onqitM of ro~e ribbon. terminated by floating ?a<U ; thr?* row* r.f llruMeiii laca, placed lnim?dii'.bly yne abore the otber, complete the garniture. Morning C.anetou, oompo-^d of narnhrla; It to of tba hfatt f'tm, quite high; tbe front to derated with unbroldery and lae?; a double full of tbo latter enoirolne th? tbrntt, Gram n?rk knot Dinner r?p of tull*; an open at>an?. very fail; triatrial In the interior only, wi-h (lowers KthdIhk ?"?o < f bloud* Unit; a new plm^e; th* fl%ruiture i?. composed of rote* paaioboi, p?rlly veil* 1 by 1 the blondtt. Hume Drett?Pomona green lwvantiue roba It I# new chade of the rotor; th* cir??<?. ol<>?? fitting and quit* bi?h, In t rlmuted down rh? front with TwlTet p nn iiclK of the fame ol-r; tney ira ik-rtng- J in clo*e i> Ciquoo. with a stool buckle i 11 Hie ?t* alrn "feaT*! i 1; this IriDiulrn is continued d "?o tb? f ont of ttje ?Kirt. Tijjht sleeTes. opening to th? "O'-hm shos for>n at the bottom Mu'lin under triuvnel witn laitt I tireen TeWst casaweok. lined with litfh' <reen natin; it It wry op?n on 'h? b "flfi Thw b* ipine Is m > Ih rHtely deep. aod r?urxl?i in front l'h? sleeves ar* if an easy wllih at th.- uop-r p trt ?n1 r.i'.her wid < at th? bottom; the h Ih Ik t i imniH'l with a liable l??t rouleau Muslin tioler^l ?ns. collar and rufUnH. Cup of tulle h?iiil)'>\!?: ;i small round. etisa " ibHpn, trimm-d Mt the ?ijes witb oboux of pa'# pink ' ribbon i>Kij urn* isrew ? i.imii. arenu rtimu-n T MP-T, ? .1^.1, p cli'Je rcrca^e ternilua'ed by a b? ; 11 i ue; i". Is not r-ry , <] *? and in ol?f' at. e?i:h Hide ri<t)t "leave*, a threeqonrt?"? lenifth; d?ep ot>-ri ntj-Tn. I'he fr >ut of the <" <iorM>g-' i* trimmed in the tiHobw ntyle with Mat " bicdeof dark Krc?n t'an^y "ilk trimmings; t.hey are . ' continued down the front of (he Hkirt but reserved. A pintle baud border- ihe nufT-< and the ba^uine. n Pink FHtin cbape<u; t.be ex*eri>r l? trimmed with i white lace, biightl^ intermixed with pink ribb >n; pink i brides. " Stkambhip Canada.?On Tuesday, this steamer of lfcSO tone, and 7'HI home piwer, whloh ha* jnut been finished by Mr Naf.ier of arrived in the >1er?ey. 8be lb the last Teasel required ti oomn'ete tbe fleet Of the Itritieh and North \merican Royal Mail 1 'orapany. and i? eimiiar to the Niagara. America 1 ? and Kuroj.a. She will he commanded by Captain Judkins, bo well known on the transatlantic station. I TBS VHU7 X.A.TBST. ' ; Our Liverpool Correspondence. c T 4 I " lui VhRl'UUL, l^UV. t 11UUI1. * Last night we had a smart gv.le from the N. N. E., with frost, and it continues to blow itrongly from that quarter. 1 The weather is clear, and the barometer (which fell considerably yesterday) is rising. The cotton market is very firm to-day?very lit- ' tie offering. The sales likely to reach (i,000 bales Ireland. Livkrpooi., Saturday. 12? Noon. We are in receipt of intelligence from Dublin, dated ] at a late hour laft night. The trial of Mr. D. Williams had concluded, as far as < the speeches of counsel and the examination of witnesses were concerned ; but of the result of the jury'8 deliberation we are yet uninformed. Much confidence is entertained by the friends of the political convicts at CloHm',-1. as to the result of the writ ot error which thoy are about to bring. The Attorney General has granted his flat to the writ. Not only has Mr. Htnn, Q, C , given a most confident opinion in favor of the success of the motion, but that 1 oninont nnr>ti?ii(iAn?l 1 ? *?_ 1. V. XT I wt.duvukiuunt ta>?/di, mi, juncpu M P , Q. C., before whom a case on the subject has also been laid, perfeotly coincides with Mr. Henn, in every particular. The tory party, although they have no relish for the whig*, are now proporing that, in order to avoid the dilemma ef Smith O'Brien and his " co-traitors " escaping " soot free,'' it would be a matter of policy to grant them voluntary exile. We question vory much whether Mr. O'Brien and his fellow prisoners will accept the proffered boon, especially if the chance of the success of the writ of error is an good as is reported. All the prisoners are in good health, and will ( be brought up to Dublin in a day or two, in order to be present at the aigumeot before the twelve judges, 1 which is fixed for the 15th Inst. f There is no improvement in the state of the country. Tipperary. and those other d?tricts which are so notorious for assassin outrages in the South of j Ireland manifest symptoms of a most disheartening kind The entitling winter is most likely to tell a horrid tale, for already the most systemiied resistance is made to the payment of rents, poor rates, or taxes of any kind; and a savage ferocity is displayed, te prevent the distraint for rant. The police and military authorities are nailed oat to enforce the landlords' cUimi, and to effeot this, blood mast be shed. L<ntest from Austria. The rumors from Vienna are so very conflicting that It is almost a matter of impossibility to g?<t at the exact truth. One report states that the Viennese have been victorious, whilst another, no less positive, tbat they have been defeated. The loss of life already reported, is said to be most dreadful, and from all the account* which have reached us, it seems nearly certain tbat tbs Viennese will be defeated. There is not yet any account of the Hungarian troops attacking the Viennese ; and it is expected that the next post will bring news of the entrance of the imperial troops into Vienna. A letter from Bre?Wu dated October 30. mentions that it was reported in that city that Vienna bad capitulated. A telegraphio despatch has just reached us, stating that Vienna is in flames in different places. Prussia. Berlin letters of the 1st have come to hand, from which we learn that on the 31st an amendment was moved in the Assembly by Schroeder. an ultra demo, crat, 11 tbat the nobility, with all its titles and distinrtions. be suppressed.'' The motion was rejected by 19 ' to 1IS9 votes; one deputy, in the course of the debate, having made use of the following remarkable words:?" Waste not many words on the nobility." The Gholern. This dreadful disease is increasing in London. Commercial News. Livkrpooi. Oottoi* Markkt. November 4 ?The market opens with steadiness this morning, aud holders act with firmness The supply on the market is not large, and the full rates of ye?terd?y are maintained. i lie s&ies win prouamy reaca * or ?uw Dales. Liverpool Cori* Market, November 4?Thar# ia not any transaction to report thin miming. Th? market remains in much the same state as it closed yesterday, and the same prices are current. London ? Our telegraphic, reporter's messages of this morning have just come to hand. In foreign exchanges. bills on Holland rather higher; Hamburg lower than last post. The weather is exceedingly wet. MiKCHCITER Ooaps and Y* R M MaRRKT, NIV. 4 ? There has been a more general demand for most descriptions of goods this week. To-day the market ha* rather a larguld appearance, holders are more willing sellers, but on the part of buyers there is rather less activity. Trices continue to rule very low, and until the settlement of the continental disputes, very little improvement can be looked for. Paris.?The Bourse remains the same as last noted. Letters from the capital of France announce that some of the leading firms in Paris manifest considerable increase of distrust, and desire to restrict, as far as possible, their present limited transaction! until the election of President had taken place. Haviuc. Not. 2. 1848?The demand that prevailed In our cotton market last week did not enable holders to support prices, for notwithstanding it, American descriptions receded about tl. On Monday and since, however, the attendance of buyers being large, prices fully recovered what they bad lost. The sales for the week amount to 8.000 bigs. The sales during the month of October have be?u 24 000, and the import during the same period. 6.300 bales. Our present quotations are. New Orleans middling (INI irdMfl) f.">9 : and fair (ordinaire) ffl3 Carolina Rice.?A Ismail lot of Hice fetehed f28 70 a SO. Potash found buyers at fS.r> 50 a f.ifl. Tallow Is worth f64a6H; and l.ard ffiti a 64. according to quality. We have just recelTed the advices per Cambria. Hambi.-ro.? Business more dull than nsnal, and the employment for money difficult, discount being as low as from 1 to 1 )'t per cent. MArRinrs.?Advices state that Admiral Davis has not been able to establish the trade between Mauritius and Mmlmnarir the conditions snnirht to he imoosed ' by the honorable government, precluding the arrangement for the preMnt Kfforta are now being made to 8rom"te an InteroourM between the stave tribes and lauritlus on the went coast of the island; but the results are not yet known. The ?<ntc?t Shipping Intelligence. Liverpool* Not ?Air Jamt* H Shepherd, from New York. Cork, No* J?8ld Br|<t*?t.iwn, for New Orleana. Havre. Oet 27?Sid Hubert, for New Orle*oa, N?* 1, Mary It Jane, for New York. Move meat* of Individuals. The arrival*, yesterday, at the Astor House, were? C. Van Ransselaer. Philadelphia; W. Hatch, Norfolk; Maurice Power, Kngland; Anthony Wilkinson, Kng. land; W Richmond, U. S. Navy; S. Woods, Toronto; W lladford, U. S. Nary. At the American?Dr. Clarke, lT. S. Navy; I. Simpson, Portland; A. K. Muoroe, Cali'ornla; D. Gamble, U. S. Army; A. Newcomb, U. S. Nary. At the Howard?Jasper Harding, Philadelphia; Dr. Clarke, Hartford; K II. Stanley, Kngland. At the Irving Hou??. (Howard's) ?Hon. A. Fitch, Michigan; Hen K McClelland, do.; Hon. C. E. Stewart, do.?tn route for Washington. VuNitzinti.A ?The1 Kingston (Jamaica) Journal of the 2fith ult , has important intelligence as to i the state ot affairs in Veneiuela. It states that a letter has been received hy a gentleman in Kingston, containing tlie information that General Monauashad offered to come to term* with General Pae/for the surrender ot Maracaibo, but that the latter would not accede to the proposals made to iiini. [The dates alluded to here are only to the last of September. Oar accounts, hy way of Phi- ( ladclphin, are dowrt to the middle of October.] rri r f - JJ.. J III' Jtruriuu mills:? Tha faot U, that vionagaa h %<1 bean etarre 1 io?o a purrandar by tb? pr??an?tH of Oeuaral Pa?i'? fl<*at, whtrh waa lying in tha harbor of vlaraoaibo. and vblth prmntud finni cnt?rl*n to landthalr riugiw-a of provision*. Wearn. hn?o??r. told that during tha onoapanny at tha town by Monagaa and hi* parly, tha grratant atrooitlaa had Imao oominittad upnn tha fauala portion of tha inhabitant* Thaaa ??r? mada to yiald to tha brutallaing luata of tbalr oppraaai.r*. which van haightannd by tha ttata of starvation tbay wara nnffcrlng Ornat jiumbar* of Monag%a'a man drwrtlng hl? party, and joining Ganaral raaa'a, and ?? ara told that no laaa than twanty-flraof tham were captured and tbct. bj vrdar of Uanaral Monaga*. NEW YORK HBR\LD. l?rlhM C?t Curi>?rnf I' Ullcin mill ^Iiiihuu JAB1KX <;<>RDON HKNNETT, PHOPHIE TOR THE DAILY HF.RAl.D -Three edilwf utvru d<i u. i uxt fUt tr <*0|>y?S7 - '> '/ . < u 'N I A-1 M11K S1 \ t 1 Fntl'HtS w iriunni ir iociock i w inn matr raven <rare iirei* r/?; W first AFTEKX(>O.V fCD/770.Vr ? ^ ' o/ M ne>n%bou?t t I o'clock, r -If, ami the abroad 4ETRK VOON EDITION >U o'clock THE W"EEKLY HERALD? Every s /turday, for circutaUm on the American ( o tinent?* ^ c* uta p-r copy #1 12*^ ;??r Every ate tin fo* Evcne * circulation, \t\jnr annum. to i 'rlt^'c the pottage. The European editum 'jilt \>e printed in the French and E olith lanfwigea AI.L LETTERS by mail,/or auhtcripfinn*, or with <idwivt mruf? to be prnt paiiL or the pontaoe. will be deducted from V rtutncju remitted. VOLUft'TAK Yt't )RRE8POSDESCE coat lining important iew?, **licifc<1 from auy >iuarter of th* u>orid; if natd, will b* 'ibt'ro/lyp.'irl for. ADVERTISE ME S'TS, {renewed every morning, and to ft# nl'/ts/ud in the morning and afternoon cdiiiona,) ft rtanonablg rice*; to be written in a. jtl.tin, legible m inner; the proprietor \ot rea vriv? '- for error* \n minaacript. N )S'JTICK tnk^H oj anomnnouH evmmunicrtiona. WhitIHT ?* v tended for insertion must be authenticated by the iL ime ml addrett <\f the writer; not RMtftl trily i ir publication* but ? a aw ratify of 'hia good f.'ith. We. cannot return rejected ommunieations. VKlSTlNii of all kivda executed beautifully and viithdet*itch Ordei rcceircd at the 1) fire, corner of Fulton and tiff* - tTQTtl TkiH&RALD ESTAHLISHHKST u open tkrnu<.>u>ut lk? aa v.W/ ot An u AMU3KMEN l> THIS KVKN1NG. PARK THEATKK?dumh?t ?nb stis?the()l.d ti'abii. BOHTRY THRAT'iW. Uow.<ry-R"*e Oi.fvnn?H*rrv iak?Goino to tm* Trot?Nrw ori ,.:a:>h Stiujp ansa* BilOADWAY TUJCATRK, Broadway?tto a v O'Moubb? tush Ti-toh. NATIONAL THEATRE, nhaMutia ?<iaarB?Pirr ai?n Uai*-New Vokk As It Is-Yanack Pbulah ? The Lai.r >y the Liona. BURTON'S THEATRE, Chamber* ?tr?ot? Domrey ait* Son ?Cnr*irR*eit fauihtkitmtii-thuxa and Jebew lh in America. BROAOWAY CIRCUS, now Sprin*?t? Equestrianism.** MECHANICS' nALL, Broadway, near BroonM?CnaurT'c HiarrBKU?Ethiopian Simoinb. HGLODEON?vihotsia 8ekkh aj>er?. BANDS, I<BNT k CO.'S CIRCU8, Niblo'* Garden.-Mar aibbib, KquEarBiANiHM, sc. OCIGTY LIBRARY?Camphei.l's Minstrels. PANORAMA HALT., fl'JH Broadway.?Dio a am a or Bombaruhkkt or Vera Cruz. 8TOPPANI HALL, Broadway, orncr Walker atreet?VicxtaO [tLUBTB atee?sacred DIORAMA. ZOOLOGICAL INSTITUTE, Bowery?Taw AmmoROM's Oil and aokh1ic. NEW ROOM.?SMITH's MinKTRiu. TABERNACLE, Broadway?Joskf OrtroVs C"oi?T. Haw York, Tuesday, November '41, 1848* Actual Circulation of the Herald. Not. 20?Monday 21.098 eopiM. The publication of the Herald commenced yesterday at M minutes put 2 o'clock and fininhed at 5 minutos put 6 o'clock. Circulation of the other Leading Morning Journals. Courier and Enquirer, (daily) 4,806 Journal of Commerce 4 800 Daily Express 3.600 Tribune. .11,600 Aggregate 34.600 Errors in the above estimate will be oorreoted on kdequate authority. The Foreign News. By the wonderful power of steam, and its application to the purpose of ocean navigation, we are igain in receipt of one week's later intelligence :r?m the old world. The news is in some respects important, and nteresting in all. France has got a constitution; :he forms of establishing a permanent republican zovernment have been all complied with, and th? people were preparing for the election ot their first President. The most prominent of the candidates before the public for that high office?certainly the nighest and most honorable in Europe?is Prince Louis Buonaparte?the associations connected with whose name, and not the possession of any *reat merit of his own, will probably be sufficien ;o carry him into the Presidential chair. Indeed ill meritorious attributes in Louis Buonaparte, are lisclaimed by his adherents; the glory attached to his great relative's name, his services, and to he empire, being the elements of his popularity, [f he be elected, a change in the policy of France, fspecially as regards the foreign relations of the epublic, will be almost certain. Indeed, Prince Louis will be forced to steer a different course rom that pu rsued by Cavaignac and Limartine, n order to maintain his administration. The pirit which was evoked among the masses of the French people, by the overthrow of Louis Philippe, (vill not brook the temporizing policy pursued by hat monarch during his reign, and followed by Lamartine ahd Cavaignac. The French people ire sick and disgusted with the ententt cardials Tianu-uvres of all of them, and are eager to act aa iropagandiste, to disseminate the spirit of liberty a oil natirtna onrl fr? nuoief in thp nvprflirnw nf ill despots and monarchs in the old world, n the event of Buonaparte's election, he will be ;uided and controlled by this spirit, or crushed by t. There will be no middle policy for him. Ia he electiou for President, the French people have i model before them in the United States, which t will be well for them to follow as strictly as they :an. We have just elected our President without my strife, turmoil, bloodshed or confusion. Ia >ne day, twenty millions of people, scattered over t terriiory of two thou-and niilfrf square, left their :ounting houses, their fields, and their stores, and !leit<d their chief magistrate for a term of four renre, by the simple use of the ballot, and without he exhibition of violence or outrage of any kind hat called for the inteiference of the officers of he law; and we may add, without any breach of he peace of any magnitude. Here is an example ivhich we commend to their attention. Austria remains in much the same condition as t was in at the previous accounts. The struggle ror freedom is still going on, and the result is ngerly awaited. Vienna was being besieged by he forces of despotism, and it may be that before this a great battle has taken place. England is [ almly looking at what is transpiring before her an the continent, and which she is powerless to prevent. Meanwhile, the elements of destruction ire gnawing her very vitals, and she looks for a prolongation of her existence only in the calm which she fondly thinks will succed the storm that now rages over the European continent. But it >?;il ki> < nolm thnt will hp nprrlitinn fo her institu tions, as they are at present formed; and sooner or later, she must cave in, crumble and tall. Who is to be Next U. S. Senator from New York 1?The Warofthk Cliques.?The war of the cliyuet for the post of U. S. Senator from this State, in the place of Mr. L)ix, waxes very warm and amusing. Under our telegraphic head wil* be found a brief account, tlios tar, of the tilt between Mr. Collier and Thurlow Weed?the forme r dubbing the latter with th% ritle of the "autocrat" of the whig party. This is only the opening of the campaign. Thank*.?Our acknowledgments are due to Mr. J. W. Sullivan, the enterprising express man, for the receipt, through him, of the latest Irish newspapers. _ Sailing of the Wahhinoton.?The IJ. S. mail steamer Washington, Captain Johnston, sailed yesterday at 1 o'clock, (or Southampton aad Hrfmen. She takes out 21 passengers, and $-<0,000 in specie. The steamship Hibernia, from Boston, arrived at Halifax on the 17th inst. at 6 A. M., and lei goon after lor Liverpool. The steamship Galveston arrived at New Orleans on the 15th inst., 11 days from New Yo(k, via Havana. The steamship Cherokee arrived hence at Savannah, on Saturday morntrg?fiO hours passage. Thk Fianr Train at Oswkcjo.?The Outr^i 7Y?r> giro* a glowing aoooa ni of th? arrival of to* car* aad lnc?uioti?? In '.tiat goodly oity on rnur*diy. fit the llret tlm? bulla wnr?> rung. rat. nin? flrttd and th* dt-ui-w ttMlf wa< to pn-jr, hIi in h.-nr.r of tht? arrival of the Iron hnr*? flow hi* mivj?*ty bora li. u/ij a w?'n> the Tiir.ti waith not.

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