Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 25, 1848, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 25, 1848 Page 1
Text content (automatically generated)

TH NO. 5288. = -= ADDITIONAL FOREIGN INTBLLIUiSNCE. SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE OP TIIK NEW YORK HERALD. &r. \e. if. Onr London Correspondence. London, Oct. 27-8, 1848. Monetary, Social, and Political Syshmof EngIatid? Preparations for H'ar?Policy in Re. fettnct to Foreign Powers?British. Grenadier Stealing Money from one of the French National Guard?Death of tie Rev. Dr. Wetletley?Distress Among the Operatives in the Manufacturing Districts Rail nays Lord lirovgham on the French Revolution and the Press?1lie I/itt Insurrection m Ireland?Economy of the Nations of Europe?Visit of the National Guaids to Louis Philippe?American Steamers?Attempt to Drive American Fishern en from Canadian IVatert?Austria?Iceland ?Bilgium?Sli'ire Market. An undf Hi ed and v?gue gloom has latteily been pervading the minds of moat men, that events ot a disiutrcuB kind are on the eve ot bursting forth in England. They are not anticipated to be those of a w lid anarchy, claiming birth iiom chartist or 1 confederate revolutions, but the result of an unI found political, monetary and social system. Disease, whether iu the body physical or body poliI tic, invariably products its effects in due time, j That the latter is in an unhealthy state, few but the Inpn^fl nf (mvprniri#?nt will flenv. A m in favor of this opinion, it is only necessary to observe the stereotyped phrase in the papers, that ibares still show a downward tendency, and that (Ley are dragging consols along with them. Turn lo the pspeis ot the manufacturing districts, and in them will be teen that limited sales, if any, can only be effected; ot factories shut up, and it not entirely closed, are running short time, spreading bankruptcy among the traders, and Misery among the operatives. For all this the continental republicans t>re blamed. Some delangenieiit must certainly arise Iroiu this cause; but il a healthy state of things existed at home, it \\ ould only be limited in its operations. If a grand State cratn is inevitable, u is n? t improbable the leeches of the State will consider tne present period h gec'b-rd for such a catastrophe. They may t?ke a page i'om the history ot modern traud,and piofit by it. The artful dodger who has nerve to j risk a hazardous ?(>eculutiou, and his liberty, inf-uies an imaginary stock, in an empty house. L*t the flames once defy access, and his assume f guet wi I border on the frantic. The proof ot lis . vilUny ib bu ied in the calamity. It one overlaps government, they wiil protest it was not brought about by their hands, but by the red repuMicans, whose anarchy h-ts dried ui? the sources ot i ommerce, by which alone it could live. This may be true; but it mutt be remembered that had it not been for their nulpraciices, the fctate might have subsisted on less th ai half its p esei.t uUow?nces At present, no effort is be Jii? lllauc lu (iirtcui uioaoici , nw ice muiir uicui is being attempted between income and expenditure. It is well known that the list quarter's revenue thowed a serious otf from that of he corresponding one ot last year, notwithstanding it included a large sum realized by the present corn duties, which will eutirtly c-ate in February. 1 hen there was the borrowing lately ot two millions, to make up jmh deficiencies ; and, if prevailing rumor is to be credited, another two millions have been borrowed on the?lv, by tlie Chancellor ot the Exchequer, from private parties, through the ageucy ? f the bank directors. The s.mpleions ot the press pretend to wonder why consols should droop in the absence of any iniponant foreign evrnta. Tney liny know how near home (he real cause lays, but lancv they can blind the capitalist. This geutlennn, however, is i rather too wide awake to his interests not to scrutinize passing events and the conduct ot pubiic men. He knows well that the imperial treasury ll ia in a desperate condition, and that its guardians 1 i aie, irom matters ot necessity, about playing a , d* cpeiate game. There is still inouey in the coun- m try to buy contols, and to give a better price, did i circumti.iuces juttily it; hut they do not, and I iheir present position proves it. The value of nufcey is low tor sate speculations, as the b inkers ' i ate ottering their spare cash to the bill brokers, on 1 | ehoit notice, at two per cent, which they decline; j i and tiist rate paper is freely discounted at a , | lulling advance on the above. The truth is, ; i neither government securities nor railway shares i i aie anything like a sate investment. The ex- i }>enditrre ot the State is enormous, in maintain- | I lii? the present system ot tyrannical government ! I in 11eland and elsewhere. It is a blessing it | i in jm, ere long, come to an end, as u matter of ne- j ce^tity; tor, otherwise, it never will. A paltry i i re i < \ y will have been carried out, betwre the 1 pi t. onimunication is closed, by the dismis- j i F<ii ot thousand men employed in constructing tin- a* w houses of Parliament. This is beginning i at the m ong end, with a set of poor creatures I Mho will be thrown destitute on the world at a j i Ut ci f .i8' n. It would be a matter ot easy ae- ! i cuivluhinent to select ten State pensioners, who j i liave never, by labor or service, earned them, | i whose incomes would keep all these usefully em- j \ rloyed. Tlw b iinr mtaii policy id h?iug pursued i *t some of the dock yarns. Foor Mriizans and luborerfiare being dismissed, whilst the drones leinaiu to hang ou mid 1 itteii on tne vitals of the people. Tne ministry, however, are becoming i .ilrtimed nt their poaitioti, and cabinet councils are iieid day b> day. l.i their dilenim.i, it is reported I th-y li.ivc upplitd to Sir Iv tie it I'eel lor his ad- i vice, and lie, wnii an li. norable candor, at once i replied that tile to inert tile dllHculty t SMiistfcClorily, was hi i.nee to prune the pension with a vigorous h n d It sharrd tne late of I nearly ever} attem, i *t advice?it was unpaid- i tattle Tne aeseuit>l>-d j nvy council, ou lenrnin^ I its nature, nil td a ii wlworihyot hyenas, at. nil i <>l uieui aie M He ki-cliea It is, therrtore, hope- I If ps to eXi? i t any vol Hilary ciiauge tor ill? bet- | t?r irc tn sin Ii in*- ii. These .tie t it y whose pr-ict ces und utolrsoioi.a are *<> wuieiy auta/oiiUi ic. i Thty aie ilie trailer conspirators who ,ijiii8u tne i Irish rebels. Tuey Hie Hie men who have be- i stowed on their tool, iVir Thorn ta Young, near.y i ten thousand dollintyetf m Keceiver Qcieru | ol the 1'obi UHice, and ou tne oilier, the uw)er, | | P^tkep, tM euiy ilMiisdiid doi ars a yen , as a taxing i M?>ter in Chincry i>?* ??i?- one h-tnif, they re- i wad traitors b> plucks "I emolument and trust, j mid on the oilier, bv lentence ot death or trail*- i por'aliun lor lile. T.ns is not justice, uad without if, n State ciinnf t long stand. And yet the old 1 toonies are preprint' lor meddling .md mischief; i lor nl Portsmouth, e ght large wai steamers have be?n prepitied tor imiiieointe service, along wall ' tin" Biikenheid fcteauicr for conveying t loops ; nnd hi theermss, two more are ready, with uie i lincounter screw sloop. Where is tneir intended deMination is n< t known, but it is in<>re than proble that it -s the Meil.ieirai eun. i It is evident h it the IviLlish power will noon ] begin to wanethere, should Austria shake off her i present despotic rulei, or liberalise her institution*. | li is possible that the Fuglisn ctl> ntt intends, il iv cutis comes, to Mippoit the King of Naples a d tne Lmjicror ot Austria against tne Ficnuli. Tlile opinion is much strengthened by Uie fact an immense establishment is now being laid out in Malta for the construction ot steamsups and engines The nominal proprietors of this concern are Mandsby, Hons, Ar Feild, the eminent London engineers, who have nlteady sent a lur^e number of workmen to erect the manufactory. The real proprietor, however, is the government, who, in the pursuit ot its usual wily policy, seeks to keep French susp cum and |enlou?y in a state til quel rej?o>e till it can tiiiow oil the gaib of disguise with impunity. It is not ouly for the puiporc ol maintaining the present continental desj>otisin* that these, preparations are being in uie, hut also to keep 0(>en the ps-saee through Hgypt to the Indian possessions of ilie Knglisn crown. Were this sh it up, it would prove an almost insurmountable barrier to , their government. That the French will inuke the uttetjipt, utid succeed in this object, is un'iuestionsMeln est- ol a ruptu.c, and tlien there will bo no Hitcinat:v* but doubling the Cai>e. The return cf? "hiutrs through the Straits, during a time of war, mrr<yair in I nglnnd, would not only be inco nvenient, but dangerous, and hence, probanly, cotipled wuh the preceding circumst.inces, th resolve to establish the Muudsleyn in Malta, hike o lier of the Knglish pos??ssions, Malta and the Ionian Isles have latterly shown strong symptom* of impatience tinder the irksome bondage which liny endure. It is < vidi lit ihe cabinet may plunge the country in war at any moment they tinnk pro- j E NE MOBN pet; but it would be only temporary, hb the people I would repudiate it and refuse the necessary supplies to CHrrv It on. With un nnniml lantiiin nl two hundred and sixty-eight millions ot dollar.-, it is impossible to carry it further lor the purpose oi j luieing Iuuds to squander in a war to please the arihtociHcy. Under such circumstances, nofu-trate power need have auy tear ot English tnreat*. They ought to be regaided, by sensible people, as i.kin to the bark and the ex|*osed teeth of the chained dog, as fully expressive of mischief, if not Tet-trained by a salutaiy influence, for war pu noses, the present or any other ministry, not only libve their hands lied, but rivetted behind their backs, and are pining in despair, with their teeth drawn and their claws out. It is true, they have both ships and armies ready; hut means will be required to work them; and in the meau time, what becomes of Ireland and the colonies 1 With France, the same is the case as regards the absence of money; but there, her halt' million ot soldier sons would not only march into Italy or Austria without money, but, as their fathers bid before them, without shoes to their feet. And between them, there is this further difference, that in France, as in America, the soldier is a I citizen; whereas, in Enttland, he is a mercenary i and oue ol the scum of the earth, who, when ! every o her pursuit fails him, seeks relume in the army, a degraded cut-throat, at the beck of hi9 , superiors in station. Althi ugh: the Knulith army presents honorable i exceptions to this class, in its eomponeacy, yet, ihkp a ponce case, at the M iiiaiou House, on Tuesday last, which ia cue of an endlesi variety of the class. Two privates ol the Greuadi<*r corps, which constitutes a part ol her Majesty's body KUtrd, met, in Fleet street, on the previous ; evening, two of the twelve hundred French Na- I tiohal Huards who are now tight-seeing tu L >n- | dun. They hauled the strangers into a giu-shop fty signs, they a*-ked for refreshments, which were | seived und drank liy the party 111 a very tratrriidl A hall-sovereign was placed oil tlie counter. by one of the Parisians, for payment.. The change, was placed belore him, when one oi Viciona's guardsmen picked it up, and was w alking quietly oil wuh his companion, when a detective laid hands on the ungrateful scoundrel. Hit comrade attempted a rescue, whilst the' generous Frenchman pantomimed lor hi* lelease. I he lesult was simply three weeks' imprisonment for the their, and a few dnys for the uttempt at rescue. Unlortunately, this is not an isolated case, but one which would occ ir wuh nine soldiers out of ten, were similar opportunities to preseiit the mst Ives. Turn fiom these discreditable details to the Rev. Dr. Wellerley, the younger brother of tae Duke ot Wellington, who tws departed this lite at the age ot seveuty-two years He has long held valuable church livings, and might long since have bee n a bishop, had he not preferred wtalth to honors, lie was rector of Bisliopwearmouth, in the countv 01 Durham, and prebend of that cathedral The lormer was worth upwards ot t wmty-five thousand dnllais a year, and is now to be divided into fuur parishes, lor the better cure rt b. ulf,us the clerical phtase styles it. He was reputed a good fellow, but by nr means composed ot materials sufficiently orthodox to come up to ihe standard of the present clerical requirements ol the aj:e. However, he made up as well as he could for this deficiency by leaving ihe duties of his office to be discharged by curates, of whom he 1 could find plenty to feuti the market. I 11. contiatt to th's lavish prolusion of wealth, I bestowed on a favored individual, may be men. j lioned the dire necessity ot many of the o|*ratives in the manufacturing districts, at the present ap- I prouching season or severity and pestilence. It < is iliis week ielated, on the authority of Mr. < Linsty. the propi ietor ol the Preston (Juardian, ' that whilst a butcher was in a tield in that ueigh- 1 borhood, skinning a call, which had died of dis- J ease, he was surrounded hy between thuty and t tony men and women. 1 hey urged him to hasten I his operations No sooner had he finished, than thrte poor famished creatures rushed on the putrid carcase, and tore it to pieces, 'o carry I heme for subsistence. Mr. Linsey further Uedales tli-it such was the advanced state ot i decomposition ? f the animal that the etH mum j was |>erfeclly overpowering. Here is a gentleman 1 "<n oiiwu iui ins iiiuonjf miuugd me wnuie 01 the north of England, that steps torw.ird in his ' own proper peison to ttate the tact, and challenge | denial, it it can be made. It is perfectly horrify- ] ng; it were better lor such poor creatures if it i wnuld please God to release them from their sul- i lerings. which have been broiig it about bv want | I of employment, and no fault of tneir own. Though I I Ih ? to an appalling picture ot poverty, there is ! < plenty of mouev in the country to nuke railways, I hough its application is denied to feed the destt- J lute. The paid up calls during the present month, t miounttd to tine million two huudred thousand < |H>unds, and those given notice of for November. < amount to eight hundred and sixty-seven thousand laiunos. It mutt reuuire tome philosophy to pay l up these calls paiiemly, whilst the stock is daily < sinking lower in the maiket. Lord brougham's pamphlet has got into its loutih edition. In a few prefatoty remarks to the last, he further insitts on the necessity of prohibiting anonyn.ous editorship by a strong law. The French and American journals ?ive the editor's uutne^cofifpiiuoUFly in their sheets,and though tne m entions ol his lordship on the subject be noue nt the Lest, ytt it miuht have a salutary influence. In England, too many members of the aristocracy dabble as amateurs in ed itorship, to see this pro|>osilion carried out. They would oppose it, as at present they enjoy an immunity frouidaiigerb) theirauonyniouB i bsiuriiy. The editor of the Timet is not i>nly veiy wroth, but seems alarmed, at being dragged from his hole in i'tinting House 5?qmre, to bt btnnned Ot his lilumm-p. ?ni1 huv?* lii? .null dimensions exhibited to the woild. It is evident that none of those atrocious promptings to slaughter the chartists and confederate , would have appeared ill the Timet had the editor been obliged to append hit) name to his sheet. He vtoiHd then have written to invoke justice, and Dot vengeance. Ah it was, he pk'ilked in the daik, subbing tin victims and hounding the an homes "to purity the atmosphere ot lielai.d with the whirlwind," and stop London uiocessionn " with the murderous Ihnht of the rocket." A political and literary lufhan like this, the ready tool ot a c irrupt aristocracy and a selfish rhopociary, ought to he dragfed to light. Tin- greater portiou ol the mecropnlitaiijxess is rno.-t iTiib* rai in it? tone and priuct| l?>, and its iiiiii>at!( iiient is an) thing but good. It c.m t-carc? lyibe ottiei wise, as the essential for an i tliiur now m day.- is that he tDould have Oeeu tin hi ccesstul at the i>ar. Ul thin clus.- is Uie present [ (iitor ot the Twit*, lhe Chronutt had such a ul e up ni! the beginning ot t>.e p esent year, -but lie hi ought it to mch a sad condition thm the proprietor was glad io hand it over to Baron RotnsL-tuld lor a ti ille. Now the lather ot tlie editor of the Ti/nrt, who wax formerly tne man iger ot t tat lournal, hiis taken the rein* ol the Chrunidt. Untn r are a liost of amateur scriliulcrs, aiming w In tii uie Loid Lincoln, Mr. tiiduey Herbert, and , lb*' Honorable Mi. Smythe, who deal out daily to their few readers the most trash, mixed | up with personalities ot the mo?) diagraeetul kind. 1 he 'hunt also indulges largely in this, as witness I He ungentlrmanly attacks on Mr. Cobden, which are ascribed to Mr. D'lsraeli When this journal wai ts something smart and above the range ol the intellect ot its chiel, the services ol Hebrew Be.i are FO.iciud. bo great is the glut of these mediocre poverty struck barristers iu London, that one of them is editing a railway pa|>er for laborer's wa- I ges lu connection with Lord llruigliam may be 1 mentioned a circumstance that has lately come to ;, Mtowing the insincerity of his liberal proles- I nous in his most poiwlarduya. In lt>12 he offered i Inn tervices to Lord Castleieagh, on condition ol i being appointed Minister to the United States. The liifh larce tins teiminaied as was exacted. i Cliiet Justice lMieity, whilst goinu through the mummeiy of passing sentence ot death on Mr. ' Meagher and Ins companions, which he knew was ! all a lintn, and would not be carried out, is said, \\ hen concluding, to have lilted his eyes mid hands i ui> to heav? n. 1 he el? iiuent s|*ech <?l" Mr. Me.i- j glier must have told on the judges and the government, ai.d will vet 'ell, with overwhelming elleot, i on the ItiblianJ the woild at lai^e. Well Miight i he c|>eiik as lo t*i? necessity ot elevating Ireland, which was aluu<d thwmgfa Mlidf IN hrihery, the hitler alone costing tne hnglish one mi.liou ni d a hall sterling to eflecl their purpose. The society oi Friends are still active in trying to improve the condition of the people, hy introducing improved modes ol cultivating the soil. They me uUi lit purchasing a farm ot' lour hundred acres, in Roscommon, and on it establishing an agricultural school, st an outlay ol two hundred and forty lhl Ulltld dollars. The revolutions on the continent are beginning to woik some good, notwithstanding the gre.u outciy that is rained against them in hngUud. At sII events, they are enforcing economy. Tne jiavarian and lladish goverumfnti are recalling then-embassies ut foreign courts, and luiend substituting a cheap and efficient means ot iuternitional conimiinicntion on husinei-s matters. The Flench, actuated by sinul.r motives, have cut w y o V. \ - ING EDITION?SATU: -??9 down their London one to halt its former allow- I aiict; at Petersburg to rather lens than half and I Vienna and Madrid in the same proportion. This is bad news tor the old aristocratic square toes, us the same fate awaits their salaries. At present, the cost of embassies and consuls to the English, is sufficient tor the maintenance of the government ot any o;dinary second rate power. Some surprise has been created by a large p*rty ot the national guard visiting the seat ot their exiled monarch. A deputation from the piny waited on Louis Pmlipi>e, and expressed their condolence lor his misfortunes. They were graciously received; and when legretiina the absence ot the ex-Queen urevent n* them offering her a similar expression ot their sympathy, they were invited to re|**at their visit for that purpose. Whether any Ireat-on to the republic prompted the visit, is not paid; but in the nie<niime, it is charitable to emanating from a feeling ot pity tor a tallen family. The various imrties that hava visited town have invariably been well received, and it is aidently hojied they will nor allow their popularity to dimihi.-h by any unworthy intrant's with ad> nasty that has toievertoi felted any cliims totovein France. 1 he announcement of the forward state of the new line ot Ann ncan steamers that are intended to ply bttMt-en New Yoik and Liverp iol, Ins beeu rece.ved here with saii?faction, as it will bring into operation a healthy compel it ion, which is n quiied. An interest of a d.ff rent kind is manifested by the M-ientifiv |>ortion of the community, db to the result ot the mecnanical arrangements A disinteiested leelini; would hope fur a grfater degiee ot stability in ihe engines of these vessels, than has been ci veil to those yf the iiremen line. A character for break i. g down can scarcely ever be removed, especially wlien both a powerful interest arid prejudice are to be contended with On 'h s ac count they ouclir, previously to taking their station, to be welliried, and every possible mechanical contingency anticipated and provided iui. 11 ib iii i mwaye it n unf id meei iroumes nail way, especially in matters like these. An ?flint ic hein? made. at present, to rouse the government to adopt Lord Donaldson'* advice to uiive the fishermen of the States out of the limits ol the Canadian waters. The adoption of this course will ihrt.w the means <>t supply mto British bunds, and it s supposed they will command their own puce, from Florida to Maine. The Sun is very waim and eloquent on the subject. * A Muter..ent ot the present position ol parties in Austria and its deitendeiicie", may be comprised in a nuNi-hell. At the breaking out of th list revolt in Vienna, the people had throughout been it strained by the Diet, aiid_nught have driven the nan wnere iney pleased. This delay and wnntot decision have enabled an immense imperial force to t-urround the capitaj. In the m-an time, the Hungauan aimv, notwithstanding their in,imufictni promises, jo retiring to ito own capital, tj leave the citizens to a humiliating surrender. In this war ot races, only one sympathy exist.*, u? mely, that of opposing (he Emperor us a common enemy to all except the Sclavonics. Tne teiiriencres of Austria, Germany and It^ly are democratic; three of Hungary tenaciously aristocratic. In the latter countiy it is the nolil-9 alone wl.o seek combat to maintain the powers, which were being assailed by Ferdinand; and in 1 doing this they have succeeded in euli wig an 1 ignorant peasantry to fight for them, and rivet their own chains. Some liberal opinion, it must be admiited, exiets there; but the overwhelming [>iep?.rider mice is on the side of ignorance and tne [ real landowners. i The accounts from Ireland furnish a fetrong iroitihiit though civil war is put down, local 1 umults will keep the military fully occupied. In i 3alway and Tipperary the troops have r>ee de- ] eated by the (leasaniry, who erected b trncades in ' he roads to oppose the collection ot poor rates. Misery ai d ttaivation are making frightful pro- 1 iiets there, and t-hould th?- cholera reacii these un- | flippy people, the consequences will be awful. The i Driver war steamer is ready for sea at Portsmouth, i lo convty the State prisoners to their exile at Ber- i muda tome uneasiness is at present being felt that a fCitw is ioroe in the political machine ol the Belman government, as the Brussels National Guard have been dlbbanrted at a moment's warning. Bt fore clos'ng the present communication, may be mentioned the circumstance of the consol and hare market rallying a little on ThurMlay and , briday. Knilways mud, however, sink still lower, | i>Blhr editor of HrrrfatK'i J<itrtuil has furnished an undeniable stnrement ot their present monetary position, from authentic documrnts. On ihe one iand, he gives the capital invested; on ihe other, ti- eietr laeomr, which thowtthai 'he avenge jer centage on the outlay, for the ld-t six months, s I 81. or little more than 8j| per cent per annum, rhat ilie value ot these shares has b en bolstered )p by fraudulent means, is now app.i rut, and it is qually certain that the penalty oi this delinquen- 1 ;y must now be paid. The vagabond Guardsman who robbed the Paieian has'been dUmissed from the service of royilty. Our Pails Correspoinlewe. Pa his, Oct. 26, 1848. Miicellaneout Affairs. M. Goudchaux, the Minister of Finance, has reined, and M. Trouve Chauvel has been appoint>d in his place. The minister was a good finan:ier, but not a happy debater; and the Assembly 1 lave to provoked him several times, that he has ieclared he would resign, and only been prevent- , ;d by great persuasions. This time the President ook him at his word, and appointed a successor. Although the President has made a modification n his ministry, he selects hi* officers from the epublicans pro|ier. liecurt has tv^en appointed 0 thke the place of Trouve Cnauvel, as Prefect of he Seine, Kecurt being oiie ot the Urce ministers who lately left the Cabinet; and the Minister of Finance is of the same cibi of |h>litician?. Mar-hal Bug< and, the mott celebrated ueneral and warrior now in Fiance, and to wuoin Charles Al- 1 jert tendered the command of the Italian army, is 1 candidate tor the Presidency. He w<i8 a great , Inei.d to Lonit Philiippe, and was appointed to ' he command of the troops, as is alleged, and ihen recalled, in the days ot the revolution. lie is a nun ot power, of blood?a thorough military Jnettain? but a goi d citizen. He has ilie repualirn of having been Veiy severe. He w,is a cin- ! 3id?ite for representative, in Paris, at the In-t elrc- > lion, and defeated. My impression is, that he i will receive a good many votes in France, from hose with legitimate tendencies. This looks ike dividing up the Kight into small parties; and t so, Lrf.uis Napoleon, or Haspael, or both, will . Mime out far in advance of any oihor candidate, it d may make it dangerous for the Assembly to j fleet one having a great minoiity of votes. It is low ill cMitempliiMou to attempt to adjourn the la) ot elect on ol President, to the 2()th ot December, instead ol ttie 10th, -is the comm;itee , ImVh in nrlf il in ai'r flr/1 with fli*? mit'orn. Timf. The Miniftey of War yesterday in- J locuced a bill regulating the transportation , A the niMirjjml.H id Algeria, and provid- , r>g tor ilitir tenement there ; which i^ivea them i he uee of a lot of laml, ufterthree years </o<>d con* < iuc-t, und after six, ttinkes it definitely ihpir pro- ! < >eriy ; and in cafe of tneir death before or ufter ihe fix yt arc, provides means for the wife and 1 jfuldini to inherit it 1he regulation!) are but little \ lifi) rent Irwm that applied to the volunteer enii- , grants ; < iily ihethrte fiiat >earn the insurgents are t to be guaidtd and srpara ed from the colony of t lolumeers It is a happy and humane iden, and < the foundation tor a new colony of French, in the ' k 111le country of Algeria li has robbed transpor- i ' tat I on of nil its honors; and the insurgents will j 1 only follow the columns of volunteers that are wttkly deparung from Pkrt?s uuderthc laudations nnd blef sinus ol the civil and military powers, and ihe archbit-hop of Paris. This is the cormnencemtntof a new train the his-tory of France; and | * hen ihe fertility of ihe soil, and the mildness of j ll.e climate are taken into consideration, an well ) 1 bs us proximity to France, we can hnnliy foresee I how mm n a cieat nation mnv not spring up l in Algeria, General Clement Thomas, who hits 1 a hap, y faculty ol ere., ting an agitation in the Nfa- { ' tK iihl Assembly, yeMeid.iy attacked the family of j 1 Botiapartes, and demanded what nght or claims Louis Napoleon had to the Presidency, and i iim^' (i mm witii M-ndiiiK 111h emissaries inroucn | ili?* country to electioneer tor him. This brought , his two cousins to the iribunel, and a terrific nulla- , lion t iistird, in whu h Pierre Xannlron said i hit family could be banish* d, but tliey could not be intuited ; and ih?-rt-n|x>n AIM. Thiers Beranger, i anil other distinguished gen'lemen, interfered, and (l? nerul Thomas made such xplnnationa a* saved e meeting bctwe?n ami Pierre Napoleon. The political catildion prows warmer and warmer, ns il e I'residi nliul election approaches. I have seen waini Moik in France and Pans, but I hope it will ' not be repeated this election?and I think it will ! not. The ikm news Irom Austria indicates, I think, increaM d difficulties, if not actual collision. The itli| ei lal foiccs arc numerous. France is as calm ! hs could be cx|*ctc<f, under the existing exciting I ciicuniMunc*. 1 RE I RDAY, NOVEMBER 2 Paris, October 27,1848. The Day Fixtd. After a towering debate, the great question ol the day, of the Preiideutial election, haa been fixed for the 10th ofrDecunber. Gen. Cavaignac took the tribune twice, to urge upon the Assembly the earliest day, and his triumph was competent vtr any man's more so, perhaps, before a delibe" ihtive aprembly; for the four club# had met t|M f Trntr g before, each la IU nsual place of MMlon, and atiarga to ?ay, all bad coma to the same onnclu?ionto wit, to adjourn the election of President for koom mx months, and until after the organic laws, so called had b?*n created Pntviou* to the debate upon etui quttrtion. Louis Napoleon had been upon tb? tribum anu, in a written ?pe?ob. l^ruiaiij announced hlm-ell a? a Chlididnte for the Presidenny ; aud in a rerj digiiitled manner. had replied to the assaults that ha I b> u made uptin h ni. Geneial Thomas and M. Kli>).?? had?ach made culling repiie* to bim, aod thereto!* the AeSembly ?M gomr a lively tmpreesion, when th? debate commenced upon fixing the day. a? aforesaid C? uiit Moii.' appeared up>>n ib?* tribune, tor the tirxt tiiuh, to urge a delay, wb?n he took the occasion to pay a marked compliment to Ueinrnl Cavaignan lieneial CaTaigutm remarked, that bis portion wan extraoidiuary ? for while he wa< aor.u<ed of wishing to avi id the judgment ot ih* county upon hi* autx, he lound blmreit, in opposition to tne sentiment. p-?rh?|).-, ut ihe Asreuihiy. purring for the earliest practicable dtdsion ; aud he dcolaied that be b llt-ved the country wan In a lunch better nonunion than wan generally fuppiilnl. and thit he should go befo.*e It with coi, tldenre. Being prmred tor bin teaeons for fcupiiting ibt-re would be danger in delay, he said thai l heie mi no dm ger in the act ot election, but In 1L< Intrigues which auUld precede one, u nuer a delay of nx mouth* ; and that it wait ueueacary that the ooiiiitty should I'fiie from a pro'i-i inal ?tate l'n.t voir ?ht .'>87 to !i?l!i. aiid thi> Url'iitt nay ic w?i empi ulHall} a to(? ot'eotlMpuiw to Wutieral < ^vaignao ; lor nil wm doubt, fear, au l anxiety, till hi? eueigetta ktlilrnr M-h WHIH delivered ? tnU tbdt thi y could Fen ttM rhaig- of opinion a* h? progre*-?d and that tba <>ein lal cbanited their oa u <*? li nettled vinrn upoa tba ful>j?ct Ail tbu prt-ns, aud m.1 uo-'t. all thH As-etuby air a^alnot Napoleon. and until th?y beard tlM fpetch ol tbe i>< nnfti, th>-y did uot bvlieve it piHi>lbi? to defeat Napoleon at tonally ? day a* Ibei loth of Dactmbtr. liuttlie battle Lar now cotuuivuced In all IU power and glory; and tb? two principal cliampiou* have openly deflated tlieai^lvew ready for th? uc?ui>ler Krom this moment tbe couien will briny i?io activity all tliw renource* of Krauox 1 oontider yenttreay a remarWab'e day fur General Cavaiggao, and < lie that will do mucti to aid hitn before t in o >untry. 1 tliiuk, too, that tbe add rem ot .N*po? >n w*< a veiy gocd one; aud that t he violent attack* upoa him will aid hi* citation. In the bill and impoaintf uinirr in which tbntn iival oaudida'ra havn preformed th?mu'lven, tt.a protpecU ol K.tcpall, l.ndrii koilin. General Bugeaud and Lamarttne, p?rfi?|n, ittni alu.ot-t to b? rooked ? indeed jeaterdiy tba f? inin-eiit of applehcuMon appeared to hwailow up all atber eonftderaiion* In the mind ot tb? majority of ll.n An-embly. whoM?m?d to bt> gUd to takn eneltcr in the rei-oluuon of Otu<-ral tJavaknuo Kvury day htreottir Kill h*. full of'tbiilling lii'cre-t, the gieat experiment rhall have been decided It in not only a quettion of men, and power, but of order, force, bit od'bed. anl civil war?ot tbe vitality of th- republic 1 lie la?t pr'io.amatlon of tbe Au-trUu Kiiiporcr, rhowiug that IL? nwnrd mint dtcid- the question in AUfltrl*. between th? Imperial'*!* and llbrralmt*, ha* creattd a grvat teuvation in rail*, und ev, ry mall in expecti d with intanre intuit Kranon r u 1 Austria ?r? j o)nib of intense intet?at. at tbil uiouin.t Paris, Oct. -1848. The Prtnuicnry. Ti.ttjfuri ft partunt the PrrtidpntiBl question. ii nut-oiDS an inner questions. r<ven me exciting scent r at Vienna are losing iheir interest, and t ie mediation appears to be btegnated. The press F-rriiile de Girardin is out, wuh heat and piaston lor Louis Napoleon. It anticipates what would je the dynatties of Mtssrs. Cuvmgnac, L im*r line, 'ihiere, and Ledru Roll n, discards them atl> kt>d then darbee in tor tbe nephfw or am uncle, Ilka ft race, upon the fouith quarter, determined to win tbe JoioTille ought. also to be upon the iraok, una then, ?><le by side, would be '-the nrpbew ol uiy uicie," and " tbe uncle of uiy uephesr." 'lite (.'?>>>(< tv limit rt is silent and reserved upon the question? M. Thitrs is oountibg bis ebiokeuN ?tb.? Nnf.ntiat, Dehats, *nd Si hit, are out foi li-neral Caraigua .1 Hr/oimr U>t Ledru Rollln?the Birn Public I* repining ihe rp?.echen of Lomartine to bis "chert citvjtnt He JUiicnn,,~ mid the toe at lets are fu'l bm-i Rt{?io-t Oho. < ataignsc and without, a concentration ye. upon their candidate, who will be Raapail. General dogemld has naaitd himcelf, at the request ?f all hiiaje* of jplnion. except tho-e if dUorder, ag?ln?t wuictl he meat* ettrial enaiitjr, and intimate* that he would do', wait to be attacked by thtin, h?d he tbe power, Dt which fact there is little doubt. Kor unmi oaun? brother, the extreme left have rrsis'vd. with all their lorce. an arraegtuunt h> wulch the people c?n vote near home The alleged reason is, th-it there they mil be too much undtr the influence of the rich otei, 1 acd ihey need to go to the eitiex to tinligh'enatf. j All jksteiday was rpent upon this qxestien, when it wsh llnally ruled that the people should not vote at their couimurals. like our town*, but should vote is | nii'h rilhlTlflm In ihe canton a^thn (!niin4Mlal^n..rnn? : ?tould mini. limiting the power tu form not innr* limn lour diMrict* iu any one caalon This men-tar* dsn ntce*tary. to prevent the nece**ity of going great clMance to vote; and, Indireotly, there'jy 1<I'riTing thousand* of the poor from votiog I'M tails upon General I'av .ignac to deoltue being a candidate. lor he," ?ay? lb* Vo*iti;ution, "prohibit* tuv Pie*idrnt from being a candidate for a subae]UMt election. otfpt after an I>|M>l|l/fMU/MTt|" ilKtiicot-ral CaTaixnuo poree**** all tb* pi.riuma nun power to control trio rotor*, which m constitutional I'rexldeut would and that, Iq obedience to the spirit of th>- con'tiiution. he r-h< uld d'-cliue: wntlc (ientral Thorna* mount* the tribune, and demand* what rlgbt Louie Napoleon baa to b? acaudidati*? 'i he Rational Hbive* the memory of Napoleon. I* It not Miange. that )n France, politician* can be found fo void of correct judgment, and *o blind to to* ifficc, an to I'Binmnikte the only man who ever gave glory to France, jiar trrflUncr ; and who did, in the short time he *h> at the head i f affair*. inor > for hrance and the people, ara f >r freedom ef tax mind tnd political inmtiitlon* than all the other sovereign* lhat tv?r rai upon h? r tl rone If the pre** t>f Pari* i? hot eaitlul, ttiey will laire such an excitement in hianc* an will nweep HTery other candidate off the track, except the "nephew of my unotv." a* hu in cut'ed n d?ri*ion- and srn uld he n-it ba ' hos?-n by i.he p*n Die. he will be so for in advance if every other ouw. | that the afsembly will hava to choose between him ajd sivil war ; for a great and exalted plurality will not :tartily yield to a minority candidate. It appea.e to re to he for the security at thin lime of Krtti><?.. jo 'Uctdvn. Ch>?ign*c ; out I r> gard Louie Nap i i ? ctioii with ji. distrust I thibK, hiseiaduct hc.1 hatot hie aoi flin. ha* b-en admirable tht ,lt c i * lug *< nnniri-oii(,h wtiich tn? j havepooie j. i i* i ?. n t.?0 ar.d nol>l? than that ot'ihofe hiAav 1 In m oot excepting from tbi.- renn?'< l.tiw " *""? It. but who. thiO.igh lii? prr?s. h? >i?J Ui. ;o npblogixe lor uie abure ot Loulr ? > lohiicw l< age hm.-eli mistaken. Had lie d'm* t>' 01 e tiw p*opt* thrust him into tne iMe-r iy with ucb k vote, the apology and rrtr*c >a v. <1'j i? [m en lee* open to aimpicioD; but better i it* " > for RiUfiLg a man who han no other til it besting thu name, aud being th? -lev . >i rha inly man that evt r exalted France? y '< ' ua Lions. The jroungaft nephew ot rk> aii>- t :he Affen.bly. m tun iiuag>- of hie n . n . s o that all the Afi-fHibiy arofe'. < i . * ir.->t enured tbat buiiy H* - bl r? ild. and it the youngi i-l ui' .ri " i i ' Hllfntll much of the mettU < t>* ipeak* well, and ba* no ! nr < n hi < ?i '?fit* tlionfirbU oouein. ai?) h hu? i_j i or htn alie told OeB-r.i It i . j m ' ant n<aun>r ynrtun) it iuii h'''i < in l.rtii* Napoieon. the n* in ? ? 1 [atbu d round the ). < . . i I.. - . 1 ooge. to i ncort hitr t??. i- > .1/ i ?i tct to be *o high ad Uh ?r-ii * : ?ii? i. i i >r |{??iall. and even I.h Jh I, , K, n i r? n, y ! < tr n . t rlirtf , i v . . n t >r than Oen ? *vi' gnac ; for i-1for1 t? <I beoi and their irI?Dii?hip it- ? -i ' i. t -ci town in thourai. o* 1- u"w ? >id n ' ai'<)a more; but thla latter n i 1.7C0 wno will ir*n p irte 1 l \ i ? . . kfcoidimt tt' tha will < t lha M il '-i er , ; - i'akih, ?'c <' ??<* t"! The Promti filial C tH4?'(iuiti . I.nmartinc and Tin ft* m out . '? t or the preeidencj?the lu (i ?. i.v r i w i_i ,uie, and the Inner throngu n w > ut t his fiiendti; und to be tolloweu i(-Sv ilvt'ie1 newly organized, and devoted ev , I, . > r, f]iiefttion and its matter. Thus, w? tm' .ci ) Cavaignac, Louia Napoleon, Lumartine, liuc.'w, Hugeutid, Ledru Kolliii, and litinpdil?tev? n inndldate* in the fl' Id ; two inota thn o the oo#<fItutlona' uutiibfr /rein which a r< lection con be Kniio l>y thu A?pe?r>>ly If all th?Pe men continue brf <tr the pub lo ? at the) probably will, ami perh?(.* fctithI more will be add*d--there will pnilukljr b? no ohoic? by (tin people. nudtbe Ae>emhly mil, In tact. make thu ptanldt-nt; and probiihly of the ?et.e man that they would, bud ib? y maimd oiigm:il Jurisdiction over th? matter. It had b*?n report d that l.aiuaiIIdb I.ail written to Bordeaux that he would not b? a candlJat*. Vou will rreol octthat I noticed the letter, but wnn Incredu lovn tor tt-o Kieuchnten excel tfce Ann ricanp already In their de*lr? tor plane M l.amartine write* to correct that luipiepaion, and aft'-rromc demonstration of nflYeted n>o<i?Ptr b? taya? "tie pray* ?tod and hi* frlei da to pave Inn. - 'i a ta-'< o> much beyond hl? power*; but that if th' country thinkp proper to depignate blm tor that plueo. he ha.I not thin L lliat Lu ku any more tight to r?fure It, lUan ho h*J to ref'ipc llw? damnation of the people the 34th of Kobruary, and IER A 5, 1848. to iea?e 1'nriN without a government." Again he I mjii?-to ?*t him?elf up th* Pr*mdenny would b>< j rid>culo??: to di-pir* it would be ranhneiip; to r*fu?* It. 1 [ mould bt) wkutiDK in duty to th* republic an I th* country " Still, to then* very woriln, t* HOMimites i bimtelf M t-tTt-eiually a* I.out* Napoleon mAm done, lowborn h?t allude* when he fay* to ??t hinr-eif up would be fldirulou*;' for hi-, in lb* liral place, wrote , tLr Irtlrr rrlirrlnit to the Pri>?M?nfy where no refe- 1 ruice h?d been nade to the i|u<-tiion in that to which hi* wax a reply; sud again. h* end* for' li 'h'n letter to aiMHt a ruwer that he m Dot to lie a candidate for th* Pr?>id?-ney. I like I.amarine very much but I likrt to do juatiee better and he ha* nhnwu a liulmien of ?p|i it in hlo eD?y ef Napoleon, uod hl-i jeaiouar and p>r?tcution if bin nephew, that ha* lowt hurt mtnv tiifiidn In France, and that, too juMly, Iwoaiim- L >an ' N?l ol>on ban behaved as well a.* any muu in France mm-* 11 * revolution of Kthruary; f*-r Immediately a(i*r that even he raiu* to Kraareaud tendered bi-< srvio-is ami bin adtie?ioo to the republic But l,?<nartiiie told biui t hat he muxt leave France ! He did ?o withuut any henif btion: ww*n. hud he raited the standard of liixrty. ........ u.u.n.1 j H' "f- V ' too-fur a government. the peoplo of Kranoe would 1 have < verthrown LainnrUne iu a Jay But tat Uft tha owrtry. bod made no oomMaint A republic th.n lanihJ.fH a Bonaparte. In Kiaoce 'and Iroiu th?t day ' he followed Nh| oI.i d with ett-ry speoien of per-eoutloo: with the ptffH tn the intfr??t of the Provisional Government, with uninterrupted nlauder?and. ?' 1 tn- had been flatted a representative 111 several ,<1* 1 pHituu ntx. t.auiarttue antualty issued a wa'rant for h'f arrei-t. winch the antion only of the Assembly prevented from b"iu? executed Yet under all these 1 cltcunr tnnces. Nepoleon re?igned, to pievent the pos1 fibilifj of difficulty m France, and waitnl until after the events of June, and until all wan oalm. before he j con-ent? d to be a candidate f r repre?enl,ativrt ? and I at the ^uie time l.ainartioo made attack* upon tin memory if Napoleon hlni?elf; and, ia on? of hi* jtc-hi ? before a committee ot the As-erobly, declared hat be Wit io Kianne nothing hut his name ' But Lauiartli e I a* been reooveriog froui hm fill for be laft few month*, aid will receive a good any rote* for the Presidency; hut I thiufc. the of the thinking m?n iu thn country will take bi ni at. hi* word, "that the duties of the plaoe ate beyi Ld Ml forced and yt t he ijay very likely be one i f tbe Ave constitutional nn l 1 if - < ponibiy tbe reoond or third on tbe lUt. leading L* hi u R< Hid, Thiers, and llupeaud. probably, and i 1-orMhly. lUspaii ai.d C'avaignan, although appearance* at ibic moment indicate i bat the real content in i To he b< tween General <'avaignao and Louis Napi- ! feon. Between 11 and 12 IKK) iusurg?n>* h-?re been ar- i iff ted ; more tbao fi oOO of these have b??n set at 11- I hertv, without punishment; the transported will bo : rrdoced to 1 700. and only 2 000 will, in the and. un- I driiioapy teii'em-e Tbe iJomiuittee of Maroy have ' alt>aOy noniivateU (K0 to he pardoued, and have in | rtucen< aui lher lai *e column. How different the reiich and Knglieh spirit tn these matters! And all j the tiatiFpi r't (l will have a lot of land given the01 f ir , J aftt r i hn e j HHtc : and after six more an actml tit 1* gnen them to it; and to all their improvement*. | I It ttieir conduct chx 1! t><. good Th'la generously ami I I ii"My Kiatice tieats tier politico! offenders while hl/g'iina buries her's up in a duugeon furjife. Hen inn | rf? ih- in tn be hiiP|f. to h?r? their heads out off af- { tirwatrt* and to be quartered Thin Is a part of the i ' ??-Mi nee? I In; wh>>ie worid ought to cry out against (> luch brutality It is an i n'tftua to m? why the Irlnh ' doiiotflfiht and be shot dowu In tens of thousands. c rather than soba it theniFeltes and friends to such j n Utatibtnt. 1 hey can but b? killed. a I Paris, Oct. 30, IB-IS. ' n New Pmidmtial Combinations?Algeria?French ^ Budntl?Austria?Mifiatnt Rachel. ! o Yesterday, the sixth column of emigrants left J for Algeiia, making now aliout five thousand who a have departed within less than five weeks. Tliey jj go on hoard a flat-bottoined boat, upon the Seine f, and m?ke thalr way up tha river to Corbey, and then, t arrott to Martriilta, where packets are providud for tkan, for their plana of destination. Kach deputation ( at LfcirtK of about 800, and are directed to different ' giortii ns of the country?Mich parts a* are represented ?. aa ?xiienieiy healthy and ferule?a?'i I hafe kitlle ; aouti they u ay be fertile; hue a:y *xp*rieuce t<acl;<*s nie that meh latitude)*, In tlie old and new , ' ?< ria. are not extremely healthy. I utivlia ati wh? | Me a lid bred 111 a cool. bractug a< mosi?here. never J to l*n*e It tor a country of fevers, however fertile may i bathe toil Kven there who are dituj n? gr>id in the . California*, at the rut? Ot 1-20 a day. if ttiey htun tia , ?ir u>rr, in n?f iirrm it. win llli'4 iu?l> lOHjr will lo*? I , b.fclil, hp fatt an they gain gold I uiini'wr.< of ihi KreLch have g?lie to the interior of Tessa: but " route of thim writ" that the teriiaaa In deatroying ' 111 T ll.Ultb lilt! atftt), th. The budget of Fianue this year ha* just boon pubItsbtd, and it aiuouri* to ibi eunrinoue oiim ot 1.MJ0,- J lli.uuol france- 9SW "00 IKK) J WtalllbltiaitatlM bkHUret- inn adnimUrutiou ot couutiy! What is the nuicuut of all our taxed?town, county, etale and j J* katiical, in tb? L'ninl .state* ? WiH'omt ooee-tm- .. poreibe rum wlM the Krmieh liudget ? Tno pnpuiv , . Men of Fiance Is near <*l6,C6ftOM?of ooor.e. the uu- ! )>o*t amount* to about $11 ?ach in dlrljual. embracing fern women and cbildien VVbere wasn't do njt ex- j * need thirty to forty cent* a day for the ounuao* la- ! borer thin inn 1* a terrific oppreaaion upon the toun- i try; and after deducting thoao who do o"C pav tax-*, | ' ea bracing children, females. the pour, kit , ' be., the burthen must prove to be der true tire to the p pio?|eiity of ib? country It Ma gro%t blearing th-ittUe ! .|, peop e ot the IntUd State* ?r? not aorro mdud by na- . tl*.Ur? like the monarrhte* of K>iN?|h}\ ct'-itinn example* aid dai'ft?rs wbtch ?tll ev?r oppreg* the old countries. , It i* now ho| eO and even exp> o>d, by the friend* of Le| dm i.oilin. that Hai-pail wtl wuhdiau from thepresldvktUI campaign,and bin iriend? go in for the former ; i ** bi>t i"U< ulu i hi* take place, l.oula Nap'leon will profit Bole in the withdrawal of ltaapail, than l.edru Rtllin, ! ' Kr ti e people will not give a b<avy rote to l.edrn Rotlla rmuer any circumstance; and those who wiiuld , vote for Hawaii will generally prefer Napoieou t-? lit it. t^avaignan. I.amarilnc, Thiers.or flu**aud. Soma . day tote for aruoe. but none will rote tor the | *' oitti brte. In the present state of public opinion in Ifati' C. between t.edru Kollin and hii friends the exir*iu> )?tl, on the one part, and a inounrohv oath* n) t>tbev part? thepeople noald choose a monarchy, lam . ?*t equating what would lie brat for them. but.'Imply . Mat). 4 wbat would b? their action. For hap* he and I }'' hi* fj nds would not conduct si badly and out.rageuiis- 1 ly.a ;hey now talk and ind cate; but If they did. and Ihey w?-re to come into power of which there t* not B I the ! net poeaibilily?they would brloi; about a rerolu- i .. tiod nkwrik. '1 he position of l.e lrn (lollin l? very d f' i ntfrom what It. wa* a few wteha ago, andeapeCll ,. when he waa on* of the old executive; hla recent, . ? CM and rproebrs leave H'.tle to expert from him, j .1, t violence, at home and abroad, and an arbitrary ill .tlon, which would leave to the p -ople very little r or aecnritT for their poraona or tn?lr property. tatement by an An*tnan preaa that France hai a. -Jnced ta the Kmperor of Auatrla that, a bonba-.l- ! . l I of Vienna -vould b? regarded by the former s< a ^ ... I brlli, I do tICk 'lelleve. It doei uot appear t tnfi conaiatent wit A the foreign policy of the present . ii?iration. 81 >uid Hu<iua lut-*rfnre to f ippurt i J I '.nipi-ror. then 1 ranee ml^ht interfere to xupport H ' 'iopie and the "int. Bu*, the anapeoal'in 'o whieti ' th* , iblio ir.lnd ta I dd create* the <reatw-t aukieky In . i >. I think the word onl> oau solve the \u-<tri4n ! j t> dty; and while the millt ry powerof tha empire at. Ih? agitaMon of the people baa become >o i i.i- tl and so extr- uie. and there are so mauy races, , i .. ics. and powerful tribe* and c)iinfs. that the solu- | of All these d l1loultl?"H can only be the work ot , ttii. time aod ooutliot. Madame Kachel la reported ! t?-n JiarK to gc lo the United Stat??. I hope she j ? ill '>r there ?he aould oreate a *ensatl?n. a?*li? does t"' tint, upon thn h'rencli stage. Nhax?peare and ? ? > . .nfjlifb autLors, arts not represented In the I 4 tragedy. there are no scenes. as In the Kngllsh: . ' mid oh facte will not tolerate It Where w? and . " tb? 1,-lihb have death Hccnm on the .<tag",the Kr?auh * > < ly recitals of those event*, wblcb app? ar to me t > be In much better taste ; b JTAEis, Oct. 31, IMS. Jj'! it <i a Ri)>r($(iitative?JmnviUe?Public Ex' |, , v a ? Sour at of Corruption?French Mo- j i, ?i rihieal Hub it r. it i. (iuizot is to be elected Member of the As- ^ Mi.i iy from the Department of Calvados, near o: t.. ii. <vi the lilth ot November. This is said to P fcr i i.a nly agreed u|ion. Now, llien, will arif u ill' ion touching him. M. O. Barrot preferred j ^ h < . I flu of impeachment against him. He lied ^ i:j- !> ! wave of the revolution, and the pro- n i Ti , jovirnmeot iisued a warrant against him, I h iH > *y wire sure that he was safely landoil In I'.ng- t! h u i. anl beyond their reach. Lew than a year ago, : r I v/ iiulact in all thn pride and strength of the U a i i inistrr.guiding the movements of the Chamber * pntles; tb? n I saw him fleeing for dear life; an 1, I t ill nati a year thereafter, "hall I dee him ag*ia In u > nch Assembly. the proud representative of v -on i i ml independent republican*. What a chaics r 0 tr produce*! The next step will be to elect ' 1 i?>. .1 a-lor the Krench love Jolnville ?and aft? r the 1 11 -t, of ulrot. ?lll come that of the Pilnoa, with ? <t ii- urn ?t there men to Krance, nnder the sen- ' i K thereby indicated ; and a budget ot expenses. I' : si. vutlng to one million and a half, a* 1* ni? *? ', a day. bi-yond the Income-that is. the daily 0 #? 'Ui?s of the gov*rnm*-nt exceed it* Inoome by the " an nnt of fMiOtOO! Who can foretell the future, n ui >ur such a pi?>*?re? All the Krenoh desire to li'e ? n) n the government. . they want office to live ; th -J a>' ?tra?*gant, and many of them exceedingly profll ate of'he public money It I* a orylog evil, which oi l eare Itreif, and overthrow the wLoie concern No tiaticn can. or will, long submit to such Impositions Tb*?xpeiises this year have been about ft.iu.000 000 liaec* more than under I.ouls rhillppe. Thirty fl?e tbourand n?w <fllces w?re created hy f-nuis I'hiiippe; an l theie the republic he* not yet abolished And jet. under such cltctm*tarce?. a man situated like Vartast. Trehld-nt of the Assembly. leader In the revoiMtii n. demands fi.ctn frano* a month extra p?y. It is ilifsoirus There is great want of a proper sense of pnllic duty in France; and there I* a great want of aatual rapacity and *y?t in to accomplish and to save eijen e. I tavc considered that one American will sccomplitli as much n.anual labor ai c gtit blacks, In 1 ? L D. TWO CENTS. 117 country wb?r? I hiv? >??n them and I think M nrnrh ?? thre# or^four Frenchman, In pr nti or ruu.iuruin^wi. >;>vu>i>r. j uoiupiuuiion IM M ru m of the Franab prarant any rapid ?c joiaphthnant (if tn) king of boainaaa; nothing abort of aataal nb> tenation coal J cat Iffy ma of tba exti-o' of tha d ITar?OCe Id tha capacltira of tba {< < pie of the two nailoM for hiialDrfi Then. again, all the affair* of tha nation ara managed at Paria?that l<, Pana in th? h?*d-<iaarUra, and m ike a lb* oflWra, and mo?n tha whole machiuery If all the affalra of oar to?o?, countlea, Niatea, and tba nation at larga. wara dona at Wa?hIniiton, * hat an axpenaa, and what eorraptlon!? Wa>hington would Ixt mom corrupt than t: a kingd< ni of Satan him'alf, and the a*oan?ea to tba paopl? wi uld be mora than doubled ; a?d jat tha same aril* exile In Parla. and tha n?w A'aamby har~ ratalnad la tlia mw nonalitutlrn thia cea'ml o >mrol at Pari*, at>< r n >trcnunus efToi t to break It up on tha part of ? P<rtion of i ha Aaaeinhly Corruption and inaspariei.ea are throwing a good man) otuaibnn< bloeka in tha Why < f tha French republic, iu tha daya of Ita Intai cy , but I hopa aha will orarcotua thara and rldt < ut ilia etorm. Weneral raaaiirnan la an houait man, and It be nan ba elaotad Prwlilxul. 1 think ha will do mt-ch to rvniaily many <>f tha eliding abaaaa and avila At pr?'aijt lia la but an emanation of tha Aat? uiVily. auil. ihtrefore 1.*h |?aa power than ha will bava ut dar a new election although tha ne?? eooatltutlon jilvaa h'ni but little power It will taka tha Franah ace tber half cantnry to learn how to ba praatleal r?pub loans and 'o make republican oo-tUutlona. and to Itva <|Uietly under thara Ax politician*. t.iay art vain, conceited. nbitnate. vloient and *luw to laarn In* to ba practical lapublloana Tba whole ayatam of locMy and -allgion baa a monarchical organ i?tinn; rid time only can ehinge it For inatanca, thay had their diflVreiit nlaaaaa in tba railroa'l car*, un lar tho en tianhy; anil tbaaa thay retain nnder tha republic. I Ik V hull their carnairea mmlw tnr a .urt/?nr In ?(.?? In h ud and pnniotimxa two hi-foro. and ih'M o?rnagva thry retain h"w, and republtoana, w'jo nail i??h oih?r citixcna, are r??d da b*og through tb? in.t-tc, with iht-fr prrtantu In liv. ry b>-rtnd and b?>of Ladim mod away their ohll>irva to nur?? as ii d ai tht-y ar? burn. ?n l t? nd doj? in their (toad, will) all the ri"neot that timy ou<ht to t?nd their ihildrm Tbe who'e organization of im?t#fy la upon ft uiDatcbiial ptlnrlpla? on nu<-h a* noocn^rtly grows i)> a controlling and corrupt monarchy. The <u>it and ihe prince* had their miit'i-Mii, Dublin and . riTBtf?built pa'acen. furnlxbed roon)?, made gardtu, otu. tutus. ami had sertanta for tbem All (Misty Hoard In their wake, down to the foot servants, la >uiubte imitation Kvi'rything hrionyiDg to the miilMt ra i? preserTsd and tr>*.??ured up, and ehown a* Hrwu'ly a" that which belong-d to the mon?r?<t. I h>- idf*? of forleiy ara f reed n? the"- examples ? tils ncd* of living, anting, and thinking ?and urns only an make a piactical republic. Pakis, Nov. 1, 184S. W. Cluizot, Thiers, Itarrot, and I Amis Napoleon? Patronage of f iance?Aomtnatton of General Cataigtiuc for President?Presidential Cvntesl? Marruit and Ins Salary. T?l-dHV IS ull KnintiJ anrl n rrrea? Jor nmnnn oil _ . ?# ? ? i , 'atliolic nariona. In Paris all the shops are loeed, and there in a grand servic* in all the hurchrs in the ciiy. The uew Archbishop him. fit cfllclatea at Notre Dame and the whole population tttml g> and lutii, and the graud inuM-al ehauatt. a NpanWh ocuntrie*. thU l? a treraen-Joui day, an m:oli m< re a* they are lum enliKhten* 1 and inoro u|i?rrtiitui* than tne Kreneh. The K-?n -h know too uUt h (o be tela in bondage beyond what, it nonvenient r ta>hionab!e, by form*. or m? power of tne pri?*t[i < d The grand revolution bro*e down the power t the prieftn in Kraiifie. nirl> at it formetljr exiated, no now exiim, in Spain. ai,d all the South Atoerinan tatr*. In the rural dl*triotn. the power i? mil vary ontiderablt; but. In the nitier, fa?hion n ?ub?tltutej >r cup* n-t.tien to a great ex'eut. In r?rl? it it parculktly K). Ktny day affoids a new e^pnnt to the all absorbing, li-vxritltig ijneitlon of the pre* d.*nMal elvctinn. Tha 'untlihiliutitirl rpoke yesterday upon the aubj-et, ?n1 itilLalcf a very decided opinion that Lout* Naooleoji ill b* rlaotcd at thn Seine it *ay*. indirectly, that >t. bieri. ic really the man who ought to n? rl-nted. It iyt that (ieneral t'avainnai he* rendered the oountry teat ferviced but th%t be and hi* ft lend* have placed H) little co* tldence, till recently, certainly. In tba i-| ublir.uii* of tbe " next day and that all theoffljefl ave f *en noi fern d upon tho-e of the day before mi th?y have no sufficient guarantee that tnere will e any < range in ihix re.-pect, iu the future?that hie ppioach to tbe right, wan at a very late hour aod (hat tie colintiy appear* to bn dixfati?ll~d with all the r.d>1>in* that have ciWiil Kino* the w4th of Kehnary ; and Napt !eon iuhervs a name of imi w>e T>ower a ml i l tloenre f n h'riiDi*i<?imm>unnlil? it) moat llluMrioua mid grand ; Had that tha people i?pi ar to have a mrong d'jp lattlon to?l?-rttha nephew tbat man who gave Kraorot so muoh flory, and lenbj to tifgative Their approbation of any of tha loelaiooal Lien who have niauatfid tha affairs ' Franca for the la?fc eight month*. Th?y aay rtnrx ought, to hare a Uiixn of long experience i piihiir. nfln.rr gvi at talents, and conntiera?' ; >n eor.ii'|iwncp t*ere..f that Louis Napolcn la yotiD^ mun hue little Lnown In Trance. but that ha ill cell to bin aid, nodoubti dl?, the experience of tlia tmtiy. At the mme time. It Is announced that M. u . now In Knslund olnrr ih? hut revolution. hM jtefeed an opinion favorable to tha aleaMon of Na* ?on; and M O Barrot went a shooting with the Itce Ust Sunday, In the furest of St nerrnaine. heB we hare (inlzot. Thiers, aud Barrot. tha thr?? s-t i x ni'MiHtrr* ol I.ouis rhillppe, njuiuting at tha i*ctl< n i f Louis Napo!eon Count- Mole. another ?*'.airier for the 33d of February, I8t8. h?s not indU ited hia preference. My Inference from all theaa ex. aoruli nry movement* is, that th?-?e men lo?? power no want plat?; and acelng that there la abetter proict nniltr N?p< Iron thin < sv?<t;r?c. and pxrhap* a rtter prospect, of hi* election by the people, too. are dug in for hlin, when Thieri. i< satisfied that there ia n hope fir hlmn If; but MM. I'hlers and Otmoc ill n<-t pull togtthir In thn ?atne team; both *?ut > Ik leaders, and they will fight, and il fidn j odthouid Napoleon eome into pn?rr. aa l auruuni trelt aith the?o men. the republicans .will unite, nd tally, and drira then out or power. atftha point ' the o.jonet. probably, in lesa than aix montha afr tl r inauguration; for the French will yet, for iik' ' ni?. r?l> more upon freedom. t>all?. and tha bay* net. l ie u?e ofahion they so well understand, than pou tiiiTercal uffrage. th-i pnn-tlt<it'Ot? and ta? .xh l I f.f wh'ch thi-y nam eomperatlrely little about, ut tl lis I* ? nrf?t,' ?<>? on," ?c th? ,aili.T?in Pari*and ifcur- fay and the hihii n'? will y' combine dally, 11 kf <-r i he loth of Pecemh-r and then, If there i?>nl> be no election, th?re will be a terrifls content i I'si * , perbapa confined to the chamber and jonrbin. nd. perhapx. it wil ?" Into tbe?tre?t* In Pari*, we will be concentrated all th? patronage under the *w < tutiliition ; wh<>n the nlih-:rs of ncate. ooan^ci'7, and town added to tho. ? nf the general go i bH.obt In onr country, would < eneentrate at Waehgtor with laiger alaria*. tr->a-ra:iy ; more plun?r at ! corruption All thin wol ii-re robe foaghtfor, ? ?< arthepmllegn of ilTing in the Hundred* or u bli < n? are*. large and ?ui*ll. <u l-'renoe, furnished bu <?v> d ?t the publio rxpt-??< 'I here palace* are t?r'f>l<> etumbllfig bloc* in fl* p? h* of krennh reubl' 04. who, like Vi?n??t. *?filn a?ai*>y ef %l\0* m . an Speaker of th? y tietter make ii2i < . uliuue to net type, fhan t> f it? him nueh pay. I ^ ?1 nr clnbH Palais Nation* and Iufttltaie have t in Dated (Central Cavaiguac lo' I realdaat. Parts, Nov. 3,1348. Tht Ixttett Niinn. t\> I ranee la on lire with the Presidential quesCities, towns, and the country, are in ,uiui- and evidently tho le^ififnieu are gpmg ? lor A'.poleon. The Promt? Kinile deOirarfta? \ tut ?iionjr, not only for Nai?oleon (or President ut for >1. Guizot as representative from the de? mtmen ot Calvados, where, I think, he wdl be looted, ? d carried to the Aiaemfcly in triuuspo, nnd i hl? tui ?. in lew than oue after hi* expulsion. peacbni?nt and denunciation, he will be on the oor. to a t In expelling from power those who drova _ ?..< I . !,. r.r V . r, l_.,? K> St- Ami'DOIj. flmuirt b? not bf ?lteled by the people; r Which. however. ibere ?p|?ar* to * > a ,>re.ty strong robabiliiy The KoulI.u do Putter ha-** nut y?C ?m>nat<d a candidate 'It will I* tttHinptod to nomlate oent-ral Cbangarnier. < oaman er .1 th? National iuardi, It 1* naid; but tLU attempt j't r?nnm? ri/bli teat leal. Men oat of p,w-r want plaee*; ntl the Club rotter do not receive i?? maty appoiati*nte m tbey want from (h-nerai l arai^'ian Alarra?t ah too Dim h Influence with the pra en'a4mlni*tr:?ICO to hUlt Ihll club The National 1.1 tbe 'emi-ollilal orpan. and the Comtituiienntl raaci that port, tat;I think tbe Ugltiml?t? haie a higher p,irpo*ein itw, and that In, tb?> otartnruw .if (tie republle, htiufch the election of .Vapoieou. or cartel nly tbn nival thereby at the h<?*d of affair*. Bat I doubt ih?th?r bin #l?-otlon will overthrew tti? republic He i ay uogw Krenee in a ( .ur?p?en war, and I think ha ?ili l.o obliged to do *o to retain hi* po?lfi >n, 'f eU-*.c!. [ he iruth ii". the* whoever ia on in Kr*Dc? will hare kmbi&auon* a<ain*t him to putbim uo<rn. U?n. t aaignac will not give taini-elf up to tne extreme ri^Ut or fit. and buth < onhtne egamat him to overthrow him; Ed pretty nurh ail the out* that do not go in with naot th?-?* extreme*,willTote for N'.polron tor lha >aKe t ottitbrowicg them ?tl, and paying noaor to the miK.ry of .Nupoleon Imurelf Therei*. al*o. a ?;ron< me toguo nu <*xpr??aion to the aulad fo?aratB?nt#, 1 lie lmtuu which the Kreneh p.; .pi- hare t-iwa'ji I.<li firtbetr conduct toward* tb? Kapurif; and r btu drfiir j?t to ati'Dgn too memory of hii wronp . I he ntwR ticoi Attain* in of the mi"! \uitlr.g nb act?r; the Kniperir I* lalotlo?be ha? proetatmrdren< iu hi* proclamation*.and threatened the use of orce, and den ana*1, tfcrrugb hi* lieutenant*, the to?t humiliating teiiue. ao'l h<? head* of the lead t? if I be luauriedion, he ba* ?.??olTed the N.i.loniai At u.biy. and ordered 't to,at a<v>.uer eity, ta? loth <.f NoTcnibei; and ill'^nnullod all It* a*t.< an.| tiitb<r;iy; bia lleoten?nt?r?fUM? t? take orieri from it 'I be AMembly, city council and pe .yio. aud N'*:i(.na. (inard*. c>> operate, and have prepared to d?lend lli*niieW?? to the last eitrerae. Tan Uio*-.and it??iro i.t 'be cap :nU't"u ot \Unna, .vo he., tta-n b?? n j-tit In c'ec't'uMon ; they ai? d' -trnta rf fcuud

Other pages from this issue: