Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 1, 1849, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 1, 1849 Page 1
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HP IT JL Jtl . NO. 5382. Q THE DEW UOV KRIVJIKW V or THE UNITED STATES, Sunday, March ft, 1*40. THE EXECUTIVE. l'BESIDKMT ZAC1IARY TAYLOR, of Louisiana. VICE PEEK I DENT. MILLARD FILLMORE, of Iltw York. THE CABINETJwn M. Ci.Aiton, (f Lelaaaiu Secretary of ttate. ? ? Seomtury of ilie Treasury. ? ? beoreuiry of the Navy. ? ? HeneUiri of War. ? ? Soc'y "f ihe Ho a? Dtn't, ? ? Pint Muter (In tal. ? ? Ail rney General THIRTY-FIRST CONGRESS. Tern commnuiny March 4, 1849, and ending March 4, 1851. Senate. President?Mili.abd Fillmore. St> re'ury ? ? M'Atyt in Pelict; Native* in Small Capital*; Democrat* in Koman; Tiro, e marked f. 8. are Pre* Soileri. Tern, Term Alahama Expiree. Michigan. Expire*. Beijstnln li riatriek Inffl Lewis Cam mi Uirotruin lt*>6 Alpheus Fetoh 18U Ahkatsas. Vusovrl Wm.K. Hebsstuu. 1353 Thomas U. H.iuuin 1851 Solon Beilaud Itv5 IhtviU rt. Atchison 18(55 Connecticut. Nscw Hampshire. Coger 8. Baldwin 1861 Join P. Hale, ( F. 3 ) ISM Truman Sn-tf'i 1865 Moms Berne, Jr 1156 Dbi.awaBb* New York. JnfmH'i'len 1851 Daniel 3. Dickinson 1861 'Pretley Spmnne*... .... Ib83 WiHurm II. Seioird 1855 Fl.O R 111 A. NKWJKRSET. David L. Ynlee 1851 Wn. L. Dayton 1881 Jaekian Atoilon 1855 Jacob IV. Miller 1853 G bob cia. NorthCarouna. John M. Berrien 1853 Willie P. Ma no urn 1853 H'mC Daw,on 1855 Ueorgc E. Badger 1865 Indiana. Ohio. Jesse D. Bripht 18CI Thomat Car win 1881 Jauas Whitconib, (F. S.). .1866 Salmon 1'.Chase. (P.3.)... 1865 Illinois. Pennsylvania. 8'ephen A. Douglass lKM DaaiolSturgeon 1881 James Shields 1865 Jamee Cooper Ib55 Iowa. Rhode Island. George W. Jones .1881 Albert C. (ireene, 1851 Aagustus C. Dodge 1856 John II. Clarke 1883 Kentiicet. South Carolina. Jateph R Underload 1863 John C. Calnoiw 18AS Henry Clay 1856 A. P. Butler 1865 Louisiana. Tennessee Salomon U. Loans 1853 Honkios L. Turaoy 1851 Eerie 8oul6 1855 John Bell 1863 Maine. Texas. Hannibal IInin i in 1861 Themts J. Rusk 1851 James W. Bradbury 1863 Sam Houston 1868 Massachusetts. Vermont. Daniel Web*ter 1851 Samuel S. Phelp* 1861 John Davi* 1853 William Upham 1855 Maryland. Virginia. Reverdy hhn?on... .... .1861 James M. Mason 1861 Ja*lies A.Pearce 1&55 Hohert M. T. Hunter 1853 Mississippi. Wisconsin. Jefferson Davis 1861 Henry Dodge 1891 lienry 3. Foots 1863 Isiao P. Walker 18.6 House of Repreaentatlves. Ppenker ? ? Clerk. ? ? Di-t. ARKANSAS. Diet. NEW YORK. 1? Kolwrt W. Joimaon. i?jvnn a ftt/ijj, ecoHGiA. J? lAivrd A lio.ee, 1?Thorrf m b. King, 3?J. I'hUlipn f'httnir, J?M.J Wvl mrn, 4?1V.ibtr Underbill, 8?AlUn 1'- iheen, 3?Urorye lit i'/yt, 4?H. A. Batik ton, 6?Jome. ttro-ikt, fi?ThoniasU. Haotott, 7 ? Willvim Nelion, 4?HowellOo"fc, ft?It Ihloteoy 7?Jiti. 11 Stephens, O?Thomit Mcliirtoek, 3?liobi-it Toombe. H>?litem in 1) Gould, luinuia 11?t R S|/ wilfr, 1?W'm- H lliiiill. 13?Gideon U Reynolds, J?Jotm A M?< lernail, 13?John I. School-Horn ft, 3? TbumM K Vuunn. H?Ueorye K Andrew*, 4?John M entworih, 1 & - J K. Vhurmtn, 4?? m. A. hicb'Tilaou, Mi?Hugh thi'e, 6?Edict rd D Uukcr. 17 ? 71 H. Alexander, 1? Tbumaa U Hurria. lft?P'??tnu Kin*. (PS) tow A. 19?Charier G Clarke, l-?Wilh?m Thompton, XJ? 0 ti.JUatluon, )?SMpvurd 1 ctl'.ir. 21?Hiram Waliloa, hai ik. 23? H'nry llurnelt, 1? Blfcrid.oU> trt. 21?Willi <m Oner, J?Naihaniel 8. Llttfcfield. 24?Daniel Gott, 8- John Otir. 'i'i?HiirmnnS Can per, 4?Jinfun K Go denote. 2>i?V. T J-ick.on, 6? Cuiwn 3??tel!e, 27?IV A. Beckett. 4?C bailee Sietaun, 21?^4 At Sche nierhorn, 7?Th/io.aiJ U Folic*. 29 -Robert L Knee. MASSACHUSeTTS. SO? Dl",(t K uintclj, 1? Hubert Wmthrop, 31 ? K Riilry 8? Ihn irl P King, XI - R H Spaulding, J? Joints 1/ Duncan.. 33? Harvey 1'utnam, 4 ?Noet?ioe 34?Burroioe. i-CWLi Mitaitiai. i?tieorgc Aihmun, 1?James B. Bowlin, 7?.Inline Kockicell, 2?Wnliam V. N. Bay, B?Horner M nn, S?James 4. (ireen, 9- II iu Foeoler, 4?Willard P. Ilali, IB? Jotrfh (irinvcU. b? J "hi S t'helpe. kkw jitusrv. pr.iesvi.fum*. l-Jndrttc R Hay. 1?l.uwtsC. I.kvin, t?U'illium A ScvhU, 2 ?Jo rph R Chandler, 8? lane a W ildriek. 3?Henry 1) Moore, 4? John Van Dyke, ( 4-t l"h? Uobmns, jr. 6-Juineeli King, b?John Freedly, OHIO, 5?1 hoiuss Boss 1?Davit T Disney, J-Jen C Dickey, 3? I. D, Campbell. IF.8.) r? t'h i&dcm it event, 8? Robert C Schrnck, 9?Wi liam Strong, 4? JHoira H. Lorwin, 10? >1, V. Dirim ok, 6- Amtri D. tout', II?Chreter llutler, 5? Keioiphoa D cltinsrm, 12? D,?id Wil-not, (F.3.) 7 ? J* nathar O. M ortie, 13?Imeph Vatey. f?John L. Taylor, 14? Ch rlen W. l'Um/jn, 9? Ed. on B t'lde, lb?Henry S'et, 10?1 hanesfweetter, 16? lame* X MnEenahaa, 11?John K Miller. 17? Samuel Calvin, 12?Samuel F. Vinton, 18? A. J 'okton Ogle, 13?* . a. *4 httteeey, 19?lob Mann, 14? hiitkm Roane. 3fl?R. R Read, 15? WtU amF Hunter,(t.B.) 21?Mo-tee Hampton, 16?Moms Ho.aland, 2J John IV H.nee.lF.S.) 17?Jonpti Cable. 21?James rhoinpaou, 1?? David K Carter. II?Alfred flilin?r? 19? John ( rwrll (FS. 1 airTHrinour*. 30?JoirptiR.(iiddinpe (F 1?I'aairl Wallace, U- Joeeph M Root,{F.S.) 2-t'. L.Orr, V KR MOAT. 8?J A. Woodward, 1_William Henry, 4?t-'amei Mcljiioen, 2?Hilliam llclard, 8? Anmelead dart, 3?G'mtpt P Mart h, 6? ffoaae B. Holmes, 4?Enema B Peok. 7-W. T. Colooek. mi.twAsr wiaconaiw. 1?John IP. I lout ton, 1?Charlei Dnrkee, (F.3.) KtrHiOAiv, I-O'li/mei Cole, 1 - A w . duel, 3?Jamea D. D ity. 2?lid i?m Sprague, (F.8.) axoaioA 8?K. 8. Bingham. I?Edward C.Cabell. Beat to be oontealed by Dan!ol P. Miller, whig, in eenieapienoe el' the rejection of the poll boik cf the Knaaarille preeioot t Heeled as Taj lor men, bnt are damcoraU. i Seat tn be ennteaieu by John 8 Little, r, wlig, en aeesuut ef alleged frand In the returns from Klchmond and the district of fenn. 3 Seat to be contested by Mr. Dunoan, whig, for alleged fraud* THE 2USITLT IN FIGURES. ilorse. Hooan. New CoitcRRsn. Oi.n coHcinrss. ll'Lj, Dem. Whig. Dem. Arkansas ? 1 ? 1 Vtlawaie 1 ? 1 ? i Florida .... i ? a ? , Gut rgia 4 4 4 4 lllinon I 0 1 0 : Iowa ? 2 ? 2 Man e 2 0 1 0 Haaaaohiiaeiti 9 ? 9 _ M chigna 1 2 ? | Miatnnri ? 0 ? j New York M 2 23 II PewJer.ty 4 1 4 I Ohio Ill 11 11 10 Pent ly.ranm IS 9 17 7 S<utli( an lit.a... ? 7 ? 7 Ttmoil 9 13 1 WUtonttB 1 2 ? 2 Total 14 18 16 00 01 06 Whig majority thai far 26 THE EJECTIONS YET TO BE HELD. Alabama Aug.fi MneieHippt . Not. 6 CoiiDro kut Apt. 2 New Hampshire June 6 ludtiaa Ann. 6 Nt.ru Carolina Aug. 2 Io?a Aim. fi RhOtioIalat.il .. Apr 4 Kentucky Aug 6 Tenncaaoe Aug 2 ieuia ana Ncv.fi T.x .? Nor. 5 Ware (1 vacancy) Mart b S Virginia .Apr. 24 Maryland Oot. 9 CONORKhSlONAL NOMINATIONS rOR 1849. Dial. H Mt- Den. F, ee >W. com. acTicur. 1??"> #. Cha parte. _ ? ?. r.jn?. 2?JaO F Babcoek. _ A. M. OA URI, 3?J. A. hock*ell. C.jrino,r 4?I'hcj R: iratbl. K. Witimab. hMullJC IAI.A.1I1. 1?Geo. B Kirg. ? _ I-6. U Slitru.an. ? _ rw iiAKi-.tiun r. 1-im-i Took. Ooo. W. Kltt ridge. ? 2-Jcel 1 airt.roi-B. Glial U PmMlee. [atai D Rtowart 3-J.iraa Wtl on. Fre-'e Mk Voao. James WHann. 4-Joi.ea Kltir.dgo. Hei fy {lihbard. John W. White. viar.rniA. 1? ? John S. VI ii Iran. r F. K. Meade. ? _ 3?Thia.*. Eli urtoy. Thomae H. A retell. ? 4?Pn.ry P lr ng. Th.maaS Booreli. ? 0??m I., Oo/i<ln. Pan'in PowcK _ 7? 2dw. P. Pitta. Teom?e M Beyley. ? H?J M. For lie a A. R. HnlMay. ? 9?J. 8.Pendleton. ? ? 11? ? Jema* McDowell. ? II? W?. H. rreeton. Ilniry Eitmonaon. ? 14? ? J. M.TBarl*. ? 1J? Cbaa. W. Roaaell. A u N?? man. ? imiiAif A. 4_ ? ? Ooo. W. XvlleariMirararm 4?Bar j. Thee peon. F rtdl. Fobinaoi. John 0. Palfrey. wise leeiTM. 1? ? J. U. K. Taylor ? la tko eleetlona which are to take place, wo emnne, r 'or tbo purpooo of making a aalculatloa on th? probablo dlrlaion of partlae In tho nnrt Heme of RepteeeaUttrea, that tho voteaof tho peoplo in tbo eororal dUtrleta will bo tho aarro, politically, that tboy woro at tbo roan at presidential election; that la ihnee dietrloto where Taylor bad a majority, nliige will be aboeea to tbe E NE' MOK o??r bong* ot CoDgm*; ?ud wb?r? Cgti hU ? n^olity, drmoerata will b? elooted In aaeh cm*, the following Kill b? the rggalt Bom Horn N i? Cotwiim, OLoCunsim, "*'# Dim. Wkif. Dim. Alatim* g 9 J ft I'uiiteUrol g g _ ladai.a 9 g 4 6 t K-aivcky ? 1 g g Lnidiik g ? 1 9 M rhnMita(Tm?*a?)) ... 1 ? ] ? baijhuig g 9 g a mim ihhl i a i a N?w Samphire ? g 9 t North Ctruliu 131] Kh<d?l>iu>d a 11 Tar hi im? g I S I tum. a ? I TI. (1UI? 1 9 V T.t.l to t Uettrt AO 39 43 49 Members aln ady tUskd ... M 06 73 M Total Tisi tt "iio 15 IT 111 H big majority ST 3 > Tk? a?capl(sUtloa. IBMATB. IS Ltnocnti U Tim (uilin 3 VllHIIUII 1 Total L am tor ( Member! M HOU8M. WMgHlfottd 78 r?s?fl>ti elected 68 Free - oi eri elroted If Natives elected I Membsis jet to b? e'ected KV Tutal number of Humbert 201 THE PKORAKI.K ASPECT OF CONOREB9. The prcbebl. dtmoeretlo najotltj In tbe Ben.te 8 The probableehig mijorivy in the Uoure 37 Authentic Accounts fou California. [From tbe Bo-ton Tree.tier, F.o *40 J Captain William L) Fbrlpa. late of bark Moscow, of this port, arrived here from California, via Panama, on Saturday morning. Captain P brings a qaantity of tbe gold, in graine, in scales, and In lumps, tbe largset ol tbe latter weighing about ao onnoe and a half. Tbe amount of gold brought by him has been muob overrated In tbe published accounts, chough be brings a coos-deiabie quantity, much leas, bowerer, than tbe lowest amount stated (t>3B 000 ) As Captain P w. rked personally at the mines,which we believe was BOt tbe case with Mr. A'-berton, his experience of tbe mtnut us of tbe gold digging there la coi eideiekle. In tbe first place, as to toe pieces of gold that bave been reported to be found, be says tbe largest piece tbat be bes teen Is in tbe possession of Mr Meilns and weighs but six ounoes. He beard numerous stories at tbe mioea of la'ge pieces being found; but in every instance where they were investigated, i bey turned out to be false, or greatly exaggerated ? One man was reported to bave found a piece weighing teveral pounds; be went to see him, and found that its weigbt was only two ounces, and tbat it was the proceeds of an entire day's work. As to tbe stories tbat tba diggers were many of tbem aveiagiog $150 per day, be ihinkethat those that bave done tbe best bave not obtained more than $3,000 during tbe entire digging season Tbe hours of work were fiom five to ten bours per day. Formerly, tbe Ivifiinna art v* art)tin a tr% arnrb fn? a twifln Keep ?k..~ - tince become better acquainted with the value of tbelr toil. They are principal); the remnants of tribes, and are not formidable But one ease of disorder occarred before Captain P. left. It was tbit of a negro who insulted a Mormon woman. The people turned out, caught the negro, tied bim to a tree, gave him a good lashing, and then turned him loose, with a threat tf a rifle bal. if he misbehaved again. 'Ihe inhabitants of alifernla, Captain P. says, are anxious to maintain order; but they can hardly do it in any other nay than by Ly tch law, until tome regular government is established When several companies of Col Mason's regiment deserted to the mines, a tile of soldiers were sent after I tbem,wbo, iu tbelr turn, deserted. Col. Mason then started with a file of dragoons, oalled the miners together. and told them that if th?y expeoted the counts nance of the government they must help bin to ariest deserters. To this they replied that if there were any refugees from justice among them they were wi ling to turn out end help to arreet them, but their time wee too precioue to be ooonpled In running after de-erters. Alter this Colonel Mason was glad to get back with half of bie dragoons Agricuiture has been so totally cegleoted, that a man wbo bad a field, containing 16 out) bushels of wheat, eould not get it harvested, though he offered half the products, and was obliged to let his cattle eat it Wt men and children, as well as their husbands and fathers, had beoome gold diggers. Captain Phelps's opinion as to the euocess of expeditions daily starting from this country it. that It will depend upon the meaner of tbelr organisation There Is no doubt, he rays, of there being conrlderable quantities of gold la California, but there la gross exaairerattnn in tk? matter. Letters bad appeared in the papers from persons wbo bad no existence in California, and in respeot to vessels that bad never been there Captain Pkelpa looka hearty and healthy, and beara no mark# of a toilet me voyage from the other aide of ibe world. The Emigration to California* MOVK.MKMS IN MEW YORK. The baik Ma.lory, of Fall River, Maes., was to have sailed yesterday lor Culitornia. Annexed is a list of her passengers:? Hubert K. Borden Captain; Joaepb Caae, Royal Chios, Jamea K Maaaer. Joon II. Bufllogton, JonaC. Tiaftcn. t.r Swan/t-y; Wm. H Watson. of Rehoboth; Franklin Grey, Wm. R. Cleveland, Israel Anthony, Daniel P i uminings. Natban S. Davla, Alfred II Hood, Tbomaa Nichols. ot Somerset; Jerome Donelly. George Holmes, John 8. Cotton, jr., Boyd A. Walte, Jas. \V. Mai tin. Alexander P. Dyer, Franeia R. llarria, Lafajetie N cbols, Charlie U Greelaeb, John C. Parry, Ellcry Wbltely. Jamea Campaer, Tbomaa D. Matbeweon Marshall Bsk?r. Andrew N Dix, Tbomaa Pollard, Jamea Harworih, John Weeley Naloon, Krwin Cooks, John A. Bralley, Llndley M. Cobb, James Shearman, George T. Pierce, Ahner Baaaett, George Goodman, Jamae G. Bowtn. Robert Hargravea, of Ka*l River; Alfred Brtggs Stephen B Barnaby, Benjamin T. Wlnalow. Madison Durfee, of Freetown, J P. Wiikioa. N. H Talmar, Tbomaa Mnntoon, of Randolph; David Biayton. Wm L. Llnaey. Stephen C. Hunt, Peleg Tripp, lobnT. King. Simon Meoobeater. mate; Win. C Davenport, George Gray, Joaepb Almy, Seril Cory, Warren Browned.1 homes Grinnell, of Tiverton; Wm. A < bnrob. Charles T. Bengley, Wm. B Wtlbor, Peleg 8. Browned, Iraao S Brownell. John H. Grinnell, of Little Comptob ; George R. Vlnnlcnm, of tVarren; Tbomaa Rider, Frederick W Lucas Richard T. Pope, of Plymonth; Stephen D. Gray, Christopher R. Nlcbolla. of Providence?Total. 72. MASSACHUSETTS. The bark Orb, which cleared at Boston on the 22d i in t , lor Honolulu and California, took out the iollowing passenger* The North Weetern Association?Messrs Samuel Dunn, Charles Frederick Adams, jun . W. Watson Davie, Francis Foster, Horatio P. Willie, Charles A. Dowries, Newell Adams. Frederick E. Bltea, Wilson Whit tier, Caleb 8 Fay, Thomas E. Dorr, and Ores Doibler, of Boston; Jamea L. Chapiin and Nathan P. Rice of Cambridge; William H. .Moores, of Charleito?n; Alonao Ktasley, of Canton; Richard Wilkinson, onU,-,.H|. I h.rl.* * W? k. ,. <*> v. ?v.. .v , - ?. VI WW nnfciA'i V? , IUU01H W Everett, ?f Boston; Dr Frederick Haywood, of Worcester; Or. William J. Henderson, of Philadelphia.? Total, 21. PENNSYLVANIA. The schooner Newton, Capt eSmith, wna to have sailtd yebteiday atternooD from Philadelphia, with the toiluwirg paesmgerB, destined tor California. They pioceed by the way of Tumpico:? Then as D>ehl, jr , Samuel M Dane, Anthony M. /ana Robert Robinson. Hobart Hare. Dr. J. Lnkens, tooted M> jer. A Hallnian. Mosei AMhright, Lewie llungh Nicholas Davis, A. D Maiabali, Daniel Wineland. Capt David M'Doweil Robert Soott, Patrick M Foley. Horace B Dick. Edwin A Rigg, J R West, all cf Philadelphia California Company of Reading ? Capt Thi loaa B Tay lor,Uliah Ureen. E Allen Grouch, W illiam J. Martin. Simon Seifort. William T. Abbott, Henry Helper. Robert Family Reuben Axe. John L. H?bs, Samuel H Klepp William H Zerbe. Nolaod H. W bit?nan Henry Stetler. Jobns'on Flock. Ta'ar ilapp, Cbarlee B. Taylor, Hoeta B Grosch ? IjHal, 37. The ba?k Algoma is the nr xtvcasel that will leave for California, and the preparations are now so near complete, that she may be expected to de? part in tow ot the city ice boat tr-inorrow morning ? flnUidtljibia / s'grr, firb. 28. Off Board Smr Jchiv O Cost**, ) Qua a antic r. near 8taten Island, Fab. 26,1849. ) Jss Gordon Burnett, K?q m Dear nr?Tna pasiengers on board this ship, for v,s!ifeima, have oks?rvrt to the Htrald, of this morning, themselves clasred aa first and rec>nd cabin. and steerage pasrengers. Now, in point of fast, there are bnt two classes ot passengers, arst and second oabtn. and no si?erage one*; this Is well understood by all on board, and tbe first named undersigned -your old ooriespondent and who happens, somewhat to bis dim)sue*, to be clatsed, trough In good company, wnb tbe stesrage when It should be second eabln ? w>n d r?quest yon (and on suggesting it to Captain Dortey. be requested the same thing) to correct this mia'eke, ann cla's a> second cabin also those passengers who are rated as steerage. The Utioa and Ohio V.inmg Companies are among tPe tinlnckliy claesed owes, ihe flirt below subscribed being among tbe former company. Firm the well kr own acenracy of the Htrald, this ii leteke most have arisen from some other source than tbe repottera or '-'here coon*'ted with your journal. We are, verv respen'folly yours 8 AUSTIN KENDALL. Attorney at Law, Ite. F. OAYLORD, Asst Super t Utlna Mining Co. W. R SHANNON, Director of the Ohio Co. Political Intelllgrnta, Henry Cbaptii ts the free eon candidate and laaaa Davis an It dependent candidate, for the mayoralty of Weires er. Mars. FJijah Ford Is the democratic candidate for Mayor of Bufaio. W TO NING EDITION?THU Affairs In Canada ? Trouble In the Parliament* The following article?, relative to the troubles in the Canadian Parliament, have been in type for several days ; but we were obliged to deter their publication, in consequence of the presB of more important matter. [From the Montreal Pilot, Fob 31 ] Row in imc Gallcrt or thi House or Assembly.? In the cooroo of a conversational debate on Monday evening, respecting the propriety of throwing open the galletioe ot the House to tbe public, which does not appeer in our report, Mr Gngy alluded to '-a fellow named M'Namee," aa being tbe pereon who bad oorameueed tbe row on Thursday evening. Mr Hinoks immediately io*e, and rebuked tbe Colonel for tbe impertinent manner in which he alluded to Mr. M Name*. and declared that it could be proved, if necessary. by eeveral lerpectable witneeees, that the peieon who eommenoed the dieturbanoe vu a iriend and prominent supporter ef the honorable gentleman opposite He would not name him, or call him "a fellow " beeauee he thought tbat it was exceedingly cowardly and improper for members of that House to take advantage of their position to insult Individuals below the bar who had no opportuni'y ef defending themselves Col Prince? oertain events that occurred during last session, during the evldenee of Mr. George Brown, on tbe Vansitiart case, being doubtless fr?sb in his in. miry rose with somewarmih.to know If the lion. Inspector General meant to apply the word ' coward )y" to him. Mr. Hinoka had not applied It pereonally to the honorable member, hut if be thought it would apply to hie conduct, he was at liberty to maks tbe application. Col. Prince said be was satisfied, lathe same discueeion, Col Gugy whined over tbe euppreseion of ble speeches by some of tbe oity journals, aud by thia especially; and complained ot the great Inconvenience to which ha was subjected thereby. We ars very glad to And that Gugy feels the power of the press at last, hut we oonfess we gave him uredit for possessing more spirit than to whine under the treatment he himself piovnked. by hie endue.re to oruah and injure the press. We hope he will behave himself heitsr In future A burnt child dread* the fire." The Troy (N Y.) W'Aig of the 24th invent says :? Tbe Montreal papers contain the proceedings of a meeting held in that oity, on Saturday, the I7(h Inst., which tfcey call " the Monster Meetiug," to give ex prrtMon tu tuf luuignauuu it'll in rfgua 10 I m?MUra bow before the Provincial Perllarunit, reoururueuded by the ministry, to appropriate JL' 18u UUU te liquidate 0 aims tor losses in consequence of ibe rebellion of 18S7. It would appear Ibat the measure Is sustained principally by the French liberalise, beaded by Paplnean and Laton alne who rule the ministerial cabinet; and who, It will be remembered, were supposed to he Intimately connected with the rebellion of 1?37. 1 bis measure excites the Ire and indignation of loyal Britons, as they style themselves, who composed the meeting referred te. At this meeting, Hon. Oeorge Moffat presided. He characterised the proposed measure the most extraordinary proceeding ever undertaken under the British t rown. He regretted having been forced to ooma there to express disapprobation with the proposed measure of the House of Assembly. Introduced fur the purpose of taking money out of their pockets, to pay ibe losses of those who bad disturbed the tranquillity < f the province- to compel tbe loyal and peaceable inhabitants of the colony to remunerate those who had tried to separate it from tbe mother country At the opening of the present session of the Legislature, his hxcelienoy had congratulated the country on Its pt ace and tranquillity-how came It, then, that the ministry bad thrown that firebrand among them ? How came It tbut tbey should in that manner disturb ibe peace of tbe province? Tbey bad not even the patience to wait a little, but, at the very opening of the session, tbey must bring the measure forward. He exceedingly legretted that state of things; his trlsh bad been to have forgotten wbat had passed. Now they were to be reparatrd and put asunder, and not to be united?God knew when Such, however, was the ease. It was tbelr duiy to reoord their firm protest against Ibe proposed scheme, oalmly and deliberately, and let tbe province know tbat tbey would, by every means In their power, cppota suoh a nefarious proceeding. F. G Jobneor spoke vehemently. They were now ealltd upon to pay the losses of those who would have cut their threats it tbey could, and at the aame time eTe to be told that tbey were the rebels it was no time to throw each brands of discord in the country, lie had no doubt but that the same spirit whioh had aniniattd Kngliebmeu from the eatlivt periods?from the time tbat the Magna Charta was signed at Runnyrorde? animated them tbat night. Toey knew bow to exticire lhetr rtghte; they knew what tbey were, and they would discr? dit those debentures wkioh should be issued te pay those claims and they would swear to Uod that they would never pay tbrm. Mr. J. McKemie spoke next. lie could tell the Governor Otntral, (F.ord Elgin.) that they would never submit to an Infraction of their rights. There bad been a namesake of bia with a red whig, and he thanked God that there had been only one who had been guilty of murder. He had murdered Col. Moody. lie had bren guilty cf robbing the mails; and after Qnd ing employment In the United States custom house, he rewarded his employers by betraying private correspondence, and was oismiesed. This was an allnsion to Mr. MeKenzte, and his publication of private letters of Mr. Van Buren. Butlsr, Hoyt, and others, in 1844, which be found In the New York eustom bouse, when he was an officer there. the meeting was addressed in the same strain by several other speakers. Resolutions were adopted, embodying the above sentiments. The Montreal Courier, ef the 20th inst., says:?Saturday, the 17th of February, will, if we err not, be a day to be remembered in the annals of Canada?albo lujnie notata. It will be the day from wbiob the future historian may date the emancipation of the British colonists from the imposition of foreign laws and foreign masters. Roused by the grievous sense of meditated wrong, excited by the moet Injurious Insult, the people of this cite, of British origin, have risen in their strength, determined tbat their voice shall be heard. The meeting of Saturday night was, with ons exception, the largeet assembly ws bars ever sssn In Canada, and we do not believe that four thousand finer, stronger, more energstio and determined men ever before collected in one room In this oountry.? These font thousand men, with arms in their hands, would sweep the streets of this olty from one end of it to the other In an hour ! The meeting commenoed at a few minutes after seven o'clock, the people loudly cheering our most prom'nent publlo men, as they appeared, one after anoih?r. unon th? Til form Amonir thrum naptiRiikHv honored with the notice ol the people, were the Hon. Mr. Mcffat, Colonel Gugy. Mr Meodoneld, of Kingston, Mr Feires. Mr. Venslttnrt, Colonel Prince, he. They also indulged In several groans, and other expressions of opinion, which were rather the reverse or complimentary. towards certain unpopular gentlemen in tier Majesty's Canadian ministry. The Hon George Moffati. for years the tried and trusted leader of the constitutional party in Montreal, was called totheohalr. The meeting, though the people were in a high state of exoitement, passed off without the slightest interruption. After it was over, a portion of the people went to the Place d'Armes. where they amused themselves with burning Mr. Lafontaine in efflgy. The effigy h?d in its hands two placards, on which were Inscribed " Payment to Rebels." and u Reform of ths Representation." The head of the figure was afterwards stuc't on a pole, and one tremendous shout arose frem the multitude. " This is the head of a traitor!" Whils there proceedings were going on, some one daseried Sir Allen MoNab coming from Compatn'a hotel, where behsd been dining with the Speaker of the House; and, making the fact known, Sir Allen was literally retted on by the people, and oarried to the steps of the Cathedral, ftomwhlsb he delivered a short address,and was most enthusiastically cheered The erowd then escorted Sir Allen to Donegan's hotel, where he was called on to addrees the people again, as was also Cot. Prince. 1 he Toronto Coloniti,ot the same date, seye:?In the House of Assembly, the strongest feelings have been aroused against Mr Lafontaine's proposal, and the discussions are of the most violent character Hostile meetings were even likely to take place between UJtlUUeiB, Bfaliu BflB uui; prcVBUBVU UJ but) IDlBrre* ifDcr of the eergesnt-et unif, Our accounts. tor tbe piseeDt. of ihete procrtdiugs, arr coutioed to tbe telegnpbio rrporte, but w? sbail give ibeui more In detail fcni after. in m the enlarged report* The speech of Mr Allen McNnb, on Tuesday, had ? withering eff-ot on tbe Hours aaa galleries; and, ail tbiDge oonaldered, it wiulel have br.en better ur tbe government bad they abMaiti d lrcm meklcg such an intuiting proposal ae to tax tbe province lor tewarding rebed*. as it ie, tbe beet thing 'hoy ran do, for tlomtelvss and tbe country. will be to withdraw ihe olivniivu resolutions and it', tor cntjecT Ctop Should tbey p*reUt in their wild {ontee, on tbtir 1 ends be tbe responsibility. We shall cot undeitske to anrw-r for tbe c n-eipancvs. The Toronto (Jlahr. of the same (l ite, with regard to tbe reclprccity bill, eayr:? Mr Marshall S. bldweli will, we undtntei.d. printed to WeeblDgton to prrgi the claims of ttia bill ori the members of Congress. Tbe mm (f $2110 was rain d in a very lew bonre in our olty, to aeiiet in paying tbe ripeness of bie mission. Attempt To Divotcs i<v Mi rdkr ? Charles U rattuil tfeeley w as uiaicitd by the rtulcni county grand juiy, Now Jeisty, last week, tor ?ii attempt to shoot ii18 wile. Chi the tSuiutday previous, u pistol bullet wan shot into the window o( the house o! Kdrrii rid N. Baron, near Wnodstown, where Nil. b. was kerning house lor Mr. B. The ball i n*H d between Mih. S. and a young child, which rbi held in her Hints, grazing slightly the neck of the child, at d, bitting ti e stove, t? ll up< n the lloor. >i el' > emir- time since left hie wife, and has been residing in Fanfield, where it ih said he Iirs been couitirg a girl, and thin and ather ctrcnms'ancee, ,?d to ini belief tuat he tired tbe plated, lie was accordingly Hrresied, and a double barrelled | isted was toni (J in bis chest, Willi one barrel unload ri. the either having a hullrl corresponding in si zee w ith the one shot at Mra. Seeley. On Tuesday ihe g and jury found ? hill, and he stands coning mo d, tor want of fWOO bail.?Siwatk Aiivrrtittr, Fib 27. I iw Infringe nee. St rsi nr Cocst kpihi Usi i so Urnn, February 3d. s'o 4i, Samuel Vensie, appellant, re. Nathaniel L. W lWirs ri /. Tbe argument of this ?aa#e woe eommeamd by Mr. >?i?nd? a for tbe epyettbat RE E RSDAY, MARCH 1, 18 Court of Oyer ?n? Terminer. Before Juliet Edmonds. tad Alder me a Stevens and Dodge RUl OF J^HN 9. AUSTIN FOR MtTRDKR?SIXTH DAT. K?n. !l8.? At half-peat tea o'clock the Court opened

the nemee of the jurore were celled orer, end the defence w?? then returned. McOorean recalled by the Court. Q Whet did the Coroner any to you about oorro itIng yonr teatlmony? A He took some slight notice of it, merely remarkleg.' n< ver mind it now." <4 To Froncuror,t counsel - I believe it was the second day I wanted to correct my teatlmony ; t tinned my deposition the first day; I believe It was read over to me before i signed it. To prisoner's counsel?The Coroner aaid he did not pretend to take the precise words of the witnesses, bat merely tcok down the subetance of what tney did say, and said at the time he did no', want what 1 aaid wcvdfor word?h? onlt vaniMtl th? tubitiacH. Counsel for prlnourr moved for on attachment i|iinit i colored wrmtn, named ItMbwI. for ooncempt of Conrt, in oot attending to give ovldenae on the trial, In favor of prisoner. Tbe motion waa denied, on Uia ground tbat tbe affidavit wa? Informal Davm R Jk??ur,examined for the defenoa ?Resides at 77 N. Moore atrret; witness waa a pohoeman, attached to the Fifth ward police, in the inonib of September laat: ia not new a polioeman; remember* tue night of .bth September laat; waa In Leonardatreet that Light, at tbe Mailon houae, about half pan V o'o.oo*; the captain and assistant oaptalna ware laaide; heard a woman hallo, while I waa atandlng on tbe steps or the door, and aaid they ware ehoociog or killing eaoh other up stieei; witneaa threw the atation honaa door open, and entd. "Captain, there la a muaa hp street," and with tbat < started and ran; when I got half way between tbe atation houae and Shot's, I met a mau with hit lace coveted with blood; he groaned, and i baited, and asked what waa the matter; be raid, "1 ant shot?I am shot;" I supposed the man was ahot, and started to tun again, and got aa far as the ateps o Shea's house, where 1 found a man atanding with a tea shirt on, and a number of people standing there cried out, "That's the man that tired the pistol." Counsel tor proaeautor objected to the testimony, on the ground that the ocourrsnoe was over at the point ot time the witness has reference to, and lha witness was only detailing, not what he knew himself, but what he heard others say. The testimony la uot lpffitim&tM A fid pan huw? nnlv ihu . ff.nt n? r4imwn-.?U.. - o J .. ud prejudicing the minds of the jurors; sod therefore ought not to be admitted We ere suxiouh u your Honor to let in everything that is fair and legitimate, that the prisoner should reasonably have the benefit of, hut, on the other hand, we wish to shut everything tut that may diitraot the minds of the jury ani prevent them from uoming to a just conclusion. Objection overri led. Winners In continuation? Heard what he has alrrady testified to said by more than one or two that it was the man with the red shirt that fired the pistol; we then arrested him, and touK bim to the station bouse; he was very ugly while bringing him there; after we got him in, I it-turned to MOea's house, and went down stairs where the man lay dead; there was a I'ght m the basement at the time; old Shea was there; I *ked bun Objected to, oa the ground that In giving his testimony, Shea's attention was not oalled to bis having a conversation wilb the witness. Pmisoskh's Cci bskl?The rule contended for by the prosecuting counsel does not apply to this question Our objeot Is to impeach the oreuiouity of old Shea, by showing that he made different statements from those made by him in Court; and the general question, -'dad he ever said so and so to any oue?" being put to him, and having answered in the negative, the ohjeotton la waived. [Hare the counsel read from the testimony of Shea, taken on his cross-examination, in which he said ''he did not deolare to persons ooming into the basement, that ha did tot knaw who bred tne pistol."] Ccuniel contended that that answer took thus case out af the rule. Court -The only question now la. have counsel for the detenee put such a question to him m will take the aase out o! the rule. Counsel, for the prosecution?There la too much gcod sense in the rule ahioh governs this esse, to al low it to b? evaded; they know tile name of Jessup at the time they were examining him, and they should hare then asked him if be hud not said so and so to Jest up, so as to point Lis attention diteotly to the faot. Ol jrctlt n overruled W it> ess in continuation 1 saw old bbea, and asked hint who it was that was dead; Le cstd it was bis son; I said who shot him, or do yen know who shot hini. ile said he did not; that he was just sotting out of the bed room, putting on his psntaloona, and had one leg in. i had not my star on that night, bat there were other oflicers there that had their stats on; 1 did not hear the report of the pistol. (Pointing to prisoner ) That is the man that was Deeding; had no hat on when 1 met him CitieiiuKinnl.-U not sure whether be had his hat in his hand or not. I was dismissed lr?m the ponoe betore my lime was out; 1 don't know whether Captain Lie Wint or 1 cams oni. tirst; I did not ate htiu come out; 1 don't know which of u> got there drat; I don't know which of us took hold t.f the man with the red shirt first, 1 did not know the man that was bleeding when I met him; there was something of a crowd standing round Shea's basement when I came there first; I might Lave stood on the steps of the basement of the station honse two or three minutes before I went ?ut; at the time I uek the man with the red shirt, there were not more than eight or ten persons in the basement; old Shea stood behind the counter, near the back room; he appealed to be grieving about his ion. 1 did not say to the old man, what are you making such a r otee about I made no such remarc; the first thing I said, who was shot; the ycung man who was standing by old hbea said, it is my brother, and the old man eaid, it is my sen I should not know the young man If I saw him now; the next thing I said to him. did he know who sLot him! Ile said no I don't reoolleot his saying anything more; Alderman Adams same In, and ihey leoked around to see if they could find the bulls ; 1 did sot leave old Sbea until I saw Alderman Adams; I don't know whether Alderman Adams was there when old hbea said be did not know who tired the pistol; 1 did not hear him t*U Alderman Adams that he oould Identify the person who shot his son; I came out and lelt Alderman Adams in the basement; I did not speak to eld Shea whilst he was leaning over the deceased and crying; the first person I spoke to after leaving the sailor in the station bouse, and returnit g to old Shan't, was old Shea; as I was taking the sailor down; i met one or two of the policemen on the steps, and bad a conversation with them, but 1 don't recollect what it was; J don't knew whether any of the policemen heard the conversation between myself and old Shea, or whether they were near enough to hear ue or not; it was before I took hold of the tailor; I heard soma one say that It was hs who fired tba shot; I think if was Keef; De Win t and myself bad a hold of him. Direct returned ? Q ?On what grounds were yon discharged from the police before your time? A ? I wassiek. Captain Causewtiir recalled?(J.?How long have you known Shea's house, and the obaracter of the | l?ir.ilj raosscuToa's Cot-mi.t. asked whated they want to prove. Pnisosia'j Cocwiai.?We will show that this was one ot ibe most disorderly, riotous, and tumultuous houses In.the neighborhood ,that they were oootinuaily fighting there, and that the whole family were outlaws. Pnoskcuvos's Cousin.?I have endeavored to conduct this cane without prejudicing tbe minds of the jury in faver of one side or the other, bat 1 am sorry to I say the very opposite course has been pursued by the other side ; the continual attacks made by the prisoner's counsel on Shea and hie family, are Indirect appeals to the Jury, in order to prejudioe their minds against tbe slices; lam yet to learn, that whatever n ay be tbe obaraoter of a house, that a man shall be p? rmitted to Carry a pistol and shoot men down in tbe itieets; 1 should, therefore, be glad to known even If . ( aptain ( arpentsr, and the whole body of the police, ' were allowed to prove the bad character of this house, wtat bearing It oould have on this ca?e? Col*t? On, I'll permit them to show the general character cf ibe bouse Wnsess? Is In the police since 10th February, 1848; ; knows Shea's house since the month of July or August .ust until 15ftl K ft# mK-w e-as ?*-- ? ? * ? i ?r.. , ou?H umuj \ dunDg that time?the lather and I'atrica; they cam* to the atation hcure to aee no. H ?W hat waa tb? conduct and deportment of Shea and hie aonr, an.oigft tben.eelre* from Jul; or Anguat, until)be 28th ct September? whether peaceable ani orderly, or otLtrwire ? Objected to. rationales Covksrl.? We do not tiler thla teetlmon) ao much with a view to Impeach tha character of (Id hht a but to ihow tbat tte Shea family wera mere likely to be the aggit-rrore, and bad cummanoei tba ftaca* tbat terminated In the death of young Shea, than the pttiocer. The question waa overinied Crutf-ia .itKivt d ~ ?VVaa it Jessup tbat alarmed yon '?and did you tee him throw opcu ths door and bailee ? A.? Ko, air; I did not aee bin throw open the door, nrr hear hiru cry out; the drat I heard was a ft male voice, CarTAin Br lVut recalled.? Q ? By a juror -I understand you to ray tbat >ou arreated the aailor ' Wit a Ma ? I did; and ordered bim to be taken to the !tati< n b< me; he was notpotntrd nut to me. Crait-txomtncd ? I d?n't know who ok hold of him Orrt. bu? it a'r kra tue very forcibly that i was the Crat srho took hold him. bin ct ? When I came out of the atation bonae, I did ?r t see Jeranp on the atoi p; I did not leave Jo.vap iu> Ida when I atarteJ, I dent recolect now of reel eg him at ail tbat evening; I leeollect teeing btiu when the sailor naa arrerttd; I think be was one of tba party who arteated Mm; 1 did not h>ar Jcssup halloo that atoning; the voice I beard cam# from a wo- I man, who poked ber brad Inaide the duor; ha might I tav? hallcoed rntB'da of the door. R.ach4kl Kaaacia. (colored.) examined for the defence - Lived, in Motrin ber last at 66 Leonard atraet, in the r?ar; knew Shea'* preroieea; recolleota tba night the man wa* rbot. but doea not know what month; I vii in tba boaemant tbat night, bat can't aay what time it vat exactly, but know It waa after 0 o clock; tt waa aftar the man was rbot; Mrs Sbea called for a l'gbt and wttnrrs brought It to her; aha waa la tha back kitchen, atandlng toward* where bar bnaoaid waa; wltaeae lived on tba flrat floor of the bank building, In a front room; when I want In tho deoeaeod waa tanitg, and hire Shea called to hiat to apeak to her; heeonld not, aed aha aald,' O, L rd my aon I* dead Mr. and Mra. Kheawera In tba naok room. 8haa waa waa getting out of tha had Wttneaa here doasribed the aitnatlon of tba bed. Ilia feat wera not on the flcot when | flrat aaw blm; ha waa aittlng on tba ad go of tba bed; jnat rleing np. ().?DM yon Ma old 8baa drink tbat day [ERA 49. mm mtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm? ??WWW A?He took bt* bitter* Q - I'"* many time* that day did you xe him take hi* bitter*? A ? 1 can't tell bow many time*; I wa* there about 4 o'clock, aad I raw him lake tlt-m tb?o; be offered me brandy, but I believe he took gin. hlmorlf; he a*k?d ma'o drink three or tour ttm?i that day; every time be **h*d me he drank himrelf; I believe he took kin taeh time. Crcvi-tieariecd?Ll?*e In the came place with me; Mr. Shea wanted me to eome to oourt, and I *aid I did not went to heve anything to do with it; a gentleman ram* to-day, anil made me coco*, when I head Mrs. Shsa balloo for tba light I ran and tetohed It; I did not see where ahe <u * be d she haliood; lb* plat* where I was tilting la a llttl* longer tbao from where I am now to the Iron railing Here the Court took a reoesa for an boor. The Court met at balf-paat two. and the examination of the colored woman waa proceeded with. witmtsa, In oentlDnation ?Did not reoognUe the voice; there war another colored woman ettliog with me; I held the light In my own band aod aid not give it to Mr*. Shea; I held It to brr wblle ebe waa looking at Timothy; I took the light baok wltb ma; 1 did not let It go eut of my band*; Mr Shea's aon lit a light; (be drcraied had juat fallen before I wentin; 1 did not ate him tail, but saw bini raise bis head; I staid In the rcim until the officer* drove me out; his mother took bold of him, and asked him to speak to her; aba staid by him until he died; he gasped twioe after 1 bad got into tbe room; I heaid something that eonnded like the sound of bra cracker* unues a barrel; it w*a b-fore I fcsaid the or) lor I'gbt; whatever it was. I heard the noise twice; I thought it a as tbe old man that sbo; '1 < ddy at be used to abip b m wlih the oa.umer ? witness col rented henalf, end raid it waa bis aon Patrick be used to whip; that the Bat*r aaw him whip Teddy hut once To the Court?Mr. Shea wea tipsy from one week'i end to tbe other; saw him drink i tree glaaattH tbat day; raw Llm about fouro'oiouk the da) of the occurrence; he waa then a* drunk as I ever saw him. Lsojs-ssomsi ultun resumed.?He always asked me t> drink, but I always declined, ho a-ked me to drln . three times that nay, but I cau't tell the hour; I no v ismember 1 went in at bail past 11 u'oluuk that day, to know what time of da) It waa, and he aak*d me to drink; 1 wea there afterwards about half p?st on* o'clock, and he then asked me to drink; he drank himself eaoh time. To the Court?The rea on I went to Shea's so often was to see his daughter; 1 used to go of errands lor ter, and the paid tue, 1 used to take notes for her; I had no other reasou tor going tbne; tbe oid man once whipped Teddy with a atiofc; It waa a oaue tbat be bad in biB band, he hit blm onoe or twioe, until tbe constable catne and took them; I don't kuow what tbe cotstable's name la; he tola the witness be bad been asleep when the muas happened, and that ue bad uotbeen out till alter ble wife bad told him that Teddy was dead; 1 did not ate Teresa (Shea'* daughter) there that night; 1 saw her there thai day about baif-paateleveu o'olock; the mother knows when the daughter lives, but Mr. Shea die* not. JostrH Chattilik* was called to prove tbat old Shen cfleted not to appear as witness against Austin, for n consldeiaiion. The l. on * san. so* the Prosecution objeoted, on the ground 01 iirelnancy. The Couht deoided tbat the evidence was neriineut. 0(1 oveiruled the objection. , Witmkss- 1 reside at 4oo Greenwich street; lam a jeweller by trade; knows Wooldrldga, tbat kept the VicUrialu Leonard street; knows old Sbea by sight: J I was present at a conversation between him ana i Wooldndge, In relation to this oare; It was, 1 think, the second week In October last, at Wooldridge'a ' house; witness was in tbe bar room when Shea and a | person whom I atteiwsrds understood to be his aou-lalaw came In, and took something to drink at tbe bar; Wooldridge said, " Mr Shea, 1 have understood you wanted to see me;" one of them answered* In the afUinialive. and I think something was said about Sbea being there before; 1 cannot say what was said In relation lo their being theie before; the three of them slatted to go up siaira, and witness was asked to go with tbcm; went up stairs Into a back room, and took seats; tbe son in law eommenoed tne conversation by saying tbat be was starting tor the West next day; he wanted tbe old man to go with him, and take bis family, but tbat they had net tbe money ; I think then Shea spoke, and aaid he wanted to go, and take his boys where no one would know where he bad gone to live; he then asked Wouldridge what amount of compensation tbey would give him piovid* d he went away with all the lamily, and did not appear on the trial; Wooldridge tola him he did not like to do anything, but said ne would lettniags take ibelr own course; after Wooldndge bad told him that, he made an appointment to meet the nest day at one o'clock, at Ibe.eame place,to gave Woo.aridge on opportunity of making up his uiiud as to wtietner ha would see Austin's (Mends or not; Wooldndge asked me, thiough another parson, to be present at tile meeting text day; 1 went there the next day, and the same two persons came ttsre again, and went up to the same loom; one of the two asked Wooldndge whetner ha bad seen any ol Austin s friends about what they were speaking ol tbe da; before; Wooldndge toid them he baa not; old Sbea and 1 went do an dr?t, and Wooldtldge and tbe other man cume down af.er. Cress saoaiined. ? I went to Wooidrnlge'a the first nlgbt wnn a man named Tuuolat; I dou'i know that ' 1 went there tor any special purpose; I don't know tbat Timotat wenttLeie tor auj special purpose; I was st tbat time engaged as a manuiaitunag jeweller; I bud drill* once or nice Ihut ony; I don't know wait 1 went up stairs for,except to heir what there peoplo hid to ray; 1 think Wooldridge inked me to go up, I don't think he made any eigne to me; 1 did not think It lie in tdd thing to be cilled up etiire; I don't know why I wis culled and the (other men left below; 1 heard Wooldridge say something to She*; I inew he Wiethe father ?f the man that wis shot; i heard from Wooldridge before they oime in, that they w?ie coming there. H,? How did he lntroduoe the aubjeot ? a - He told me eemething about old Shea being there, and that he was coining there again; 1 can't say bow long before that time 1 was theie; it is more than likely I was there atter the death of young Shea; Wceidndge teld me a minute or two belore they came in that tbey ware (o ceme; I told Timolat when 1 oame down, what occurred up stelrs; I think he told me that he wanted me wp stairs when Shea would begin te talk1 can't give his precise words; 1 have known Wooldridge for 7 or 8 years; he did not tell me Shea was coming that evening; irom his words, I inferred that he war; Wooldrecge raid Austin was a good friend of hia; Witness went up stairs to see and hear what would happen; he made a memorandum of what passed, on a hit of paper; he was asked to do so by Wooldridge; 1 don't know when 1 last saw it, nor do I know where it la. Gi.onnt C. Stum examined for tha defence?Resides in Baltimore; anlved in this city to-day, to give evidence on this tilal; 1 resided at 1187 Bowery in September last; 1 remember tbe night of the 128th of Septem; ber.last; I was In Austin's company that night; i met him about hall part 6 o'clock that night; saw Neebilt that night ; Nesbitt joined ua shortly after ; I r<member being at Leonard street that night; we were in the Victoria House; n minute utter we oame, either Nesbett er witness made a bet of a bottle of wine with Austin, that wa would go Into a house of Ill-tame in Leonard etreet; N'esbitt and 1 went to Mlas Hastings . and Austin oame out on the walk to look It we got in; we got in; Nesbitt oame out immediately and I tollowed Shortly after; I don't remember seeing eny one coming tor Neebitt; when I got out 1 orossea to tbeoppoetie side ot the street, and was there about a minnie when 1 heard a disturbance; I was near Julia Brown's house at tho time; I think her house Is nearly epposlte.Shea'e; f started to go across the street, and when I was half wsy aoross heard the report of a pistol twice; 1 saw some one In the door at the time; It was then all confusion; the mlnuto 1 heard the report of the ptotol, the ifghta were put eat; I then looked for AurtiB, end mw him down the st eet near Mies Heat* Ixigi'; I took fhcld of him, pat hie arm on my ehoulder and took him to the atatien hoaae; be w?c bleeding when I west np to him aad atanding; hla hat waa not on; I thought he would bleed to death, and 1 thought the atatlon houae the beet plaoe to take him; I waa detained in the atation honee after 1 got there; 1 waa examined before the Coroner'ejarjr twice; 1 wee detained In the atation houee until about 6 o'clock next day; the atone that waa taken from Anatln, waa taken by him fiom me; 1 think it waa at Sherwood'a he took ft from me; 1 had It In my hand, and 1 thought he took It for the pnrpoae of throwing It away; I remember now 1 picked up the etene and pot it in a tumbler, aad he aaw it i nd took It away. To the Covrt? I think the hat nowthown to me la the one 1 eaw at the atation houae. Croaa eromined.?My buaiaeaa in September laat waa keeping a billiard room; I kept it In Broadway, abore Nibio a; I bad charge of it only, it belonged to Randall fcmith; I know Auatin eeeeral yeara; 1 joined him ia Ann a xet that earning, near Park Row; we ftrat topped In at S8 Park Row: we were joined by twe othera there; we drank at Sherwood'a, finteau a, the ruuu MIU, IUV ? Uiuumii, BUVI ?V WV Oil. VUU1?B, & thouId think ? drank altogether At* or fix time#; ** fcot to W ooldridge't about nine o'olook; I picked the ftciic up oppotlte Sberwood'e, mad earned it ia my lit no; i afterword* pat It ia the tumbler; Auetin then akto ue tor it. and I gave It to him; oor only object in 1011 g te Wooldrdge'a was to fee him; 1 don't think *e dink there; I think we ell came out together; it was on the atctp we made the bet; It waa not noderetcod between ut, that If we got In, Auttla waa to follow, we left hitmen and MoOorera on the ftoop; after we got in, 1 flood near the parlor door In the entry, Neebitt waa talking to tome peraon nearer theoutaide door; 1 wae the peraon who eonid aee; Nee bitt oeold ite nie; I etocdeome diataace from him. talking to a female ; 1 don't think we ware there ovar two mmiitea ; Neebltt went cat flret, I followed him rery icon after ; Neebitt raid nothing to meae he waa 60)ng out; be went up towaida the Viotoria; 1 left the oute becauae be left it, not wlahing te he there alone; I walked up attbe eppoeite ride, and (topped at Julia Broan'a, about 10 or 16 feet; while here 1 heard the n-uee acrcea the atreet; I did net aeear before >be Coroner that what fliat attraoted my attention to Shaa'a bout* wae the report of ihepiatol; I don't know whether tb? place I (topped et it above or below Mhea'e hoate; I wan in the imdoie of the ttreet when I Heard the report of the pieiei; I oon-rved a light In Sbea'a bateu.enl pre rim.* to the lepoil of the platol, I tnink the light went out after the pietol waa Ored; 1 wae right oppotlie the baiemeet when the platol waa tired, i did bet ft* eiihtr Auetin or Nerbitt at the time; I heard the report of the pietol; the two report* followed In quick >ucte?(K<D; i don't ihinK I raw aoy one stand' .0g in front ct Mica's houi* aueu I heard toe report; II eie metekome paoplu waairg aroatd there, I tntnk; I taw Auetin and wtnttowatde hun, be wee (lauding LD. TWO OK NTS. I naar Ml?? Haatirga'lamp, that la how I aawhim, t?4T want toward* bim; I think b? waa abaatatx or toraa ! f?t<t a bora Mira Haatlnga' door; ?n thea walked Ui gather to tba atatinn bouae. and want ia together; 1 don't reinanibar that I mat ao; ?oa and apoketo than on tba *idawalk wbiln they ware going tbare; doaa not ramtmber that any odd mat anu *fuka to them at the 1 doar T# Ik* Court-Ho did not aao aoythlog of Anatln'g bat until it ?a* biou-ht Into ihe atatinn bona* by ' lODa on*; i continued in ?n?rgtni in' rmtlard room ' about two or three weeke; I am now clerk in a bouae in fouth unit. Baltimore. kept by Mr Sterllog; It i< restaurant and drl?Mug house; I am there oriri month; I boarded ?lih another man heiore I want to j Mr. bitiltog's; he kef pa a bourn of the name deeoriptU n To o Juror? When I board the report of tha piatol I waa under the impretatuu tc proceeued from tha interior Of Shell h boon. Tuth? Pretrcufinff Countel- D?ee not know whether Michael Phillips Vilobael Murray, Tom O'Doncell, Tom Butiih or R> bnrt Campbell warn at BUI Kord'r that, tilpbt Doctor Kkssipv recalled? W-en i *aw Auatin In > tba Math n houee he *?? a K<>?d deal agitated in mind, | and I could not account lor the agitation, eioapt from i the tdect produced on lh? brain by the blow*; I aup| pore that tbe contusion I described waa tba affect of tba blew*; they uupi'l rob riju*utly have produaad lcllanituation of th> brain and death Cron tiamiiird.? 1 be one m in inoar.b wontd not have produced that tf the one on theforeheal waa done witb a Knile by etaiply outilug, It would not have produced those dangerous i tt-uts, I oan't ia , whether a cut which ?niy r? parat>d the tute>gamea | would produce the effecte I bate described; I oauao. (ay whether all there wiunds have caused the eon| lualen of Aurtin'e Intellect or not; I Dave seen other persona recovering from cououeeiou of the brain laboring under the rame symptoms as I discovered in Anatin that n'ght. To the Court? I suppose they were real, and no . feigned; I discovered them before Mr. Shea bn pointed him out as tbu man wbo killed his eon: I dont recollect bow Auatin behaved afier Shea saute in; I did not obreive tbat tbe wound on the month or Up extended to the Interior tVKMSU aasaio.w. i tar - .?. a ? -? *.* ? iKiiinAiiiii riauiiuru lur tug ueienoe.? IcetlllM in Brooklyn; la clerk la a wholrraie ui?dielue store; altiiwi *u in Leonard ifnt on me ulgbl of tlM 28th Sepiember, ?u in Sbta'e ba-rtueul alter th<t man ill t hot; think* he ?aa ih?r? in about baif a minute after tbs report of the second pistol, saw old 8baa there; besru him my he knew uoiuiug about it; that be was in hia bed and woke oat t f nie sleep; tbara waa a light in the baaement; tbiuta it came from tha back , *?* Crou txaminrd? Old Sbaa we* near the door leading from tba back room, I raw Shea I a about a half * minute after 1 got to the door; be we* then drawing bie pantaloons over bit bipa, and in tba aot of buttoning tbem up; 1 did not observe whether he bad hia boot on or not; I do not reoollect to have seen hia wife there; I can't tell wbo wa* the brat person that went in; I knew none of the inmate* eaoept old Mr. Shea; 1 thought i knew htm by hi* aotiona; when 1 got to tha atepa, there w*a no light; when 1 got tniida, there we* a light; i taw no colored woman there; if there was one there 1 think I should see her; two joucg ruen w? nt in with n.e, one is John H. Smith; he is in thla city; the other was samuel Cornell; beta in Havana; thinks the dsceaevd waa dead whan I gat in. [Tba evidence for tba defence was hare rested, rater vlng_the right to call a wituees wnioh they expect in town tomorrow ] Ai.ei ami* a A. Hosback waa then nallod and examined for the proseoutiou? ie a practising surgeon for ; twenty-five jears in this oily; an i noised wound, If it 1 was not revere, would heal in sia to aioa days without | eupuratton; a contused wouud would lake longer > to heal than an iuoietd wound i Q ? Might not a man appear confuted and agitate d from fright as well ae from a blow or a beating f A.?Yes, be might, nod it would be very difficult to j tell which, far aome time, waetbeoauee of bisoonfuvlon | or agitation; tha wound ou the prisoner's forehead ; seems to be an Incised wound, made with an inatraI ment with somewhat ot a blunt edge; I think broken glaaa would do it; a blunt kuKe wouid do it; 1 think I r.u -.I..- ?r ,h- ..I... . - ?L._ ... >av > .u? b1?" " """B ?? ??> wibu kin an would make the incision in ihe h?c now produced; not knowing the hiaiory of m? ce-e, and lr i Had not heard of tb? giaas, 1 wouid say tbat tbe out on tba forehead was done with a biunt or dull knife. C'voss-nammtd?1 don't ibink tbe pbysiolana make the nioe distinctions that surgeons do, in oases of incited or confuted wounds; atiu, I tniuk tbat Doctor Kennedy waa competent to furui a correct opinion whether it waa an incited or a contused wound Bkimjit bnu re called for tbe defence? l'he lamp bow produced la like tbe one whiob bung in tbe bar the night of ibe oucuirenue; it huug over tbe middle of tbe bar; it oouid be reacbed wituout getting on aebair; I do not know bow it waa put out; it a person same clove by It, be oouid put it out by oiowing up under It; knows a colored woman named lUobei, tuat lived in tbe rear; it waa not irom b>r i got rn* ligbt tnat night; tbe colored wtmau I gotltfiuiu la named Eiisa tiBTCvnburg, ebe til* there beyond; abe was in ber own house, in tbe rear when l got 11 fr>>in ber; it waa the | ttirt ligbt i received, iu) buroeud never strucx any Of ibn childien with a hainm-r. as I kmw, I uev-.r beard him ask llacLel to drink; I don't remember to nave teen mm intoxicated; 1 went to Eiixe iiarbenbJrg's tcom for tbe light Kiirv iiannaN Bran, (colored ) examlusd for the proleeution? Was iu her mother's rojoi tne night the n>an was killvi, beard a pistol ursomething fired. and Mrs. Shea came up to the door aud hallooed for a light, snd I banded it to ber, she Ctuie immediately alter tbe piatol was bred, 1 aid no; bear ber bailoo until (be rime to <bo door Tbe testimony was c osed here, except the testimony of the Coroner, lor tbe proseoutiun, aud another witness fi r the drienco The Court was then adjournod. movement* of Iualv|?laialB? 'I here was a iaige accession oi travebeis yesterday, at the following hotels. Amongst tuem, at tae jJmeritan? W McCrta. i'biiadelptiiaj vi. Cody, Georgia; H Munro, N Brewster, E. Taylor. H Brown, Boston; Henney, Tennessee; K Taylor, Georgia; v1r.nad .vlrs. i lielancy, Orange Co ; J. MaunUg, tiartford; t Brown, Worcester; A. Leigblon, Missouu; E Cbapuiau, Cambridge; E MeGougb, R ft. Evans Geo; J Poiey, C. 8. Stewart, V 8 N.; Win f'uffts, Washington; J. N. Wade, | Va. Jltior?J. Nash, Capt. Hunt, Verutout; J 8. Sart; ievt. Auburn; C.P. Ives,LaoaingOurgb, Hon E llbodaa, New Orleans; C. Algrrs, 8tockbrioge; A. Prdinball, Baliimoie; Major Dooiittie. Koohvs .er, >1 Cbaany,do ; J 11 Rogers, Boston; J McKarland. London, B W. Torry, Hicbmoad, A. Pike, Arkausasi Jos Naoon, ; Bblton; H. ilubbert, do; E. K, Foster, Connecticut; ' M. Norvile, Philadelphia; R it. route, Virginia; Hon. K. N. Allen, Bosten; Dr fuft. Hartford: J. 1 U, Orttne, Boston; B. W. Webster, Kentucky. City?X W. Wortbington, 111 ; Seroheion, Italy; Ovoige Grant, T. Piatt, Pbi adelpbia; J J Smith. B*ltlmoie; John Cobb, Va ; E. H Bui ma. Now Vork; N. , K. Tuck, Peterboro; A. Wilson, U. S A.; W. Bates, D. Kelby. East port; M. Whitney, Mass.; J. Barrett, N. O. Howard? H. Koitier. Laaainftburgb; K Hyde, i liej; B Hutchinson, tV. Howard, United State* I Army; Dootor Clbbeit, Detroit, Judge Abbott, Ms1 car aw; W. Bremmany, Boston; J. Sabine, Alabama; ; J. Glascock, Tennessee; A. P. Butler, J. B. Butler. South Carolina; E. Harper, Canada; Hon. H R. Start ns, N. Hampshire; Hen Sam Ureanes Portsmouth; , Hon L. Moirfs, Pittslleid; fc B Coiwell. Lexington; I Louis Cress, Georgia; Dr. Whittlesey, Alabama; J. H. ' Tylsr, Philadelphia. Irving llouit.- J. Robinson, J. Speed Memphis; J. Cheeses. Virginia; E. Wright, W. Bojd, W. Gillespie, Philadelphia, H. H. Ellis, New York; J. W Cooper, Alabama: 8. Pr*ston Ohio; H. Wjman, Ga.; J. Nye, Boston; Hon. Z. Pratt, Prattsville; J. W. Houston, Ky ; Capt. Allan, Buffalo; II. Van Dyck, Albany; Dr. Wild, Kosbury; T. Gaer, Lirerpool; D. Jervls, Ohio; D Gregory. G Richards Albany; C. Raymond, Boston; T. Homer, St. Louis N. liatbbobn, Liverpool; P. Baxter, Derby Line; E. M. Brumsted, Boston; Mrs Tibbetts, Troy. Col. Webb, bearer of despatches to California, lef. New Orleans on tba l&ih Inst., for Brasos The following individual* have arrived at Washington Gov Johnson, of Pennsylvania; Ex-Gov. Vance, of Ohio; Ex-Gov. Young of New York: ExSenaUr Hon. N. P. Tallmadge, Hon. John Taliaferro, and John P. Barbour. Ex-Representativas from \ irgiinia; Hen. M. H Grlnnall, Wm Starr Miller, anl Henry Veil, Ex Representatives from New Vork; Hon. Joseph R.-Chandler, Representative sleet from th< oity of Philadelphia; Hon. James Cooper, Senator elect Item Penn.; Hon. Pierre Soule. Senator eieot from from Louisiana; Hon. Jams# Shields, Senator eleot Illinois. Col. Wsllvr and rm'fs passed Louisville, Ky, on the ' 17th Inst,, en rati ft for San Diego, Tesas The sails consists of the following individuals :?E K. Chamberlain, Surgeon; H. H. Robinson, Secretary, Capt. O'Donneli. Commleeary; C. L. Weller, Clerk, and Diebnreing Officer; Col. Emery. Chlsl Topographies! Papulation; Gray, cf Texas, Sorreyor Hon. Millard Plllmore, Vice President elect, arrived in Washington on Saturday night last. Hon. Messrs Dlokinson and Prise, of Ohio, were datained from their seats in the House 01 Repress a1 taiivsa on Monday. bv indisposition. Domestic fllMfUanx. The Taylor Guards, mlUtery company, left Detroit Michigan, on the 1Mb uit., for Washington, te he present on the oecatioa of the Inauguration. The Legislature of Illinois, sojourned on the 13th nit , after a session ef forty too days. The Scats on the Fall River route have resumed their regular trips, the loo having become entirely broken in the Sound ! A colored woman, Rebecca Oarnett, and her eight children, were biuneppad, Irom their reeidenee, la Baltimore, on the nignt of the ltttb uit., sinoe which time nothing has been heard from them. f-bilip cox, colored, died ih Washington, on Sunday last, sgsdllO years. Mr. Williamson, engaged In logging near Anrora, Ma , bled to death In a few minutes, a short Uaw staee, trom a wound In the thigh, oooasionad by the aao of n companion eoniing off the handle, and suiting him with great violence. Henry T Weaiworth, charged with a participation In the Ferker murder, has, upon examination, at gaeo, Ma . been dnetargru The Susquehanna river, at Havre de Grace, wag ImI a rabie on lunday night, la ooasequenec of the using of me water upon vise tee, wmnh rangedfrom 14 to 2b feet in thickness.