Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 28, 1849, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 28, 1849 Page 1
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T II NO. 5622. Blew York Nomiuatiouf. BnIIu, TntMlajr, Nortnikcr 6, l*tt. Tha followingarc the noutiaauour fur Supraaiu Court llMt* Hi iwrab); m far a? made, by the leepueUva SVPkKMI 0OURTJMM. Whig Htm oar at 1 Wm .vit'ahrll. Saaiuvl Jnnaa. 2 '.V c lUib" ?ok lotori W brown $ Wi b. WrigU. Hutirjr '1 '.git boom 4.... ? John I'ina 4? Jntapb Mtilliu K 'V Hubbard 4. Inhuman \V II Khaokland. I 7. ............T. A Johuron Tharnn K 8- rong j S Jamea (J Hoyt Nathan Dayton. SENATORlAjt. 0mmMet. Pint. Whig. I)- ma, rot Qveent, fc. . . 1? ? Willlaul 4. Drawn. M tngt ?John A Croae, I'iuiip a '.'rook. Mew York... 8? ? Oti. r Charliok. " 4?C. Croltu*. 'l'houta* .N (Jarr. " .... 6?J. W Brtkmau l/aiiini :1 Taylor. * .... 6--L. D. viorgan J J lln-*y?lt. Putnam, 4re... 7?J Drdrtu-r B Uraiidruih. Coluuattc, 4?.. 8?D Van Hnhaiak Jotiu du><l?r. Orange, 4C. . . S> <\ B lino, a J autre i u iliac. Ultitr, ft . , .10 Scb'iotiuiakar. K- uL.-n Doyo. UHony, e. . .11?S 11 Johii.ou John vie.wen. I Menttrlatr.. . . 12?)?.' ID-am ' t: ''arroll. Sotologo, g-e. .18?Jsmt-n '.I. t ook. K>' U.iuarvl. Xttrm, 4r. . ..14?W V R Mr.Lran Thoa IrouK J\onkUn. 4c..l5?JroS < hapuiau William A Dart. Fulton, fr.., .16?1 homa? lluruh i.tmrpuH rot. Sckukotic. 4 c. .17? 1'buaikH Su.li It Si Jury i'uttla. Outgo, 4c.. .18?Wiu 8 >a>ra Julio Noyvc. Onttdo lit? L Ttnkham < A ilann. klo4tean, gc. .'JO?Jorrph Brut dirt. A St u?. Xrtcu. 4'C .'J! ? AuguallW 8urd ? Onondago ...22?tiaorga I iri|.|?> C. 11 hmg-lay. JYcga. 4c. . . 8?O J. i Baihrr Jomj.h i.vjuoldc. Wayne. 4c. ...'^4?Win Bt-acb Oafre, fa. ...26? W T. I.aarrnoa Haorj B. Stanton. Steuben, 4c.. .26 ?T H Tracy ( ? rga ti. (i.iunip. Monroe *7?Saml Li Millar. J >1. IClcoad. VT?e?IM, WCa . . iO-?.-V o I j'J am ? Ontorio. gc...2V?I harltn nit M.Lrtll. Jilltgkany. tfc ..'iu?C it Rob n >>n ? JBru 31?1?. K Bab.mk Wid. L. U 3 uith. Chout'gue, fc .32--B< ber t I??ru Jr. ? AKSHMBLY NOMINA I ION"*. Counltei. litoi IV Jt ig. /.VMKtjl, Uliony 1? ? - ' " 2?Joel B. Nott ? " 3?K H Pruyn R. I' Starts. JJr?o?? 1?Edward u. i'ark E. A. 4V Suelar. Ckoutouq ue ... 1?Samuel Bar urtt ? Chemufix.... 1?E11C Kmt. ? i Chenango.... 1? ? J. L K. Cabman. " .... 2- - ? ? i " .... 3?C. F T Lock* Clinton. 1--Albert 8. itinr (J. T. T bias. Co yugo ..... 1 ? ? ? I " 2? ? L O AI ten CurtlanJt. . .. 1 L. Kicghley. JJuULen .... 1? ? <JliW' lea Kobluton. " .... 2? J U Lockwaod 11 .... 3 S ilatgbt John YVtnohell. Delaware .... 1 ?11 11. juhiiMin. ? " .... 2-T. II Oraham ? Erie. 1 Orlando Ml. u 1 i?>*?ti.? Seymour. " 2?Ira K. Irtnh Llijih Kurd. " 3?Augustus lid) nor Hi.-aiu Harris*. " 4?JoNph taud't Naubl M June*. Xuw 1?(lanrge W i.-B I' O truubuU. franklin 1 War. A. VV hauler. E. 1- Kim. 'i. t'l'k.) " 2? ? VV'ni Klug (K 8) Fulton g Horn. 1?Jot K Spier. Cjru* lirxu.-li. (ilium 1? ? ' rut " 2? ? Seiiiti-i viarah. Gretna 1? C. N. Van Loan. A. > <n. ' 2?T. L Pruiiat. J.li L?>.lt. Jtfftraon,... 1?I). Montague. ? " .... 2? ? lingo 1?r II Hailing. J i a <1. ' 2--E W Flake V Hunt. " 3?T. II. Baasr. C. m- per. Lioingtlom. . . 1? ? II Jo-nt u ... 2? ? Jehu Vtruaa Lewie 1?E. A Brown. Mm4non 1?IV. Strumous. 44 2?J< hu I lafku ? " 8?K. Ilariuau Monroe 1 -I. Ward Smith. iVilliaru Lml. " ...... 2?VI. B HKM " 8?K llarumti Montgomery... 1 Samuel U lirren Jtsiri liinnn " ... 2? f. (.eartn?r I Uailei ildbbl. V? v?a l .j ii while. P.,tar S H rir 44 ... 2? ? U'oi Wo >J *.*. th. 44 ... 3? JlrUfJ J. Allau. " N, 44 ... t?'1 hog Trn>luf. VI I' ll'tiiyon. 44 ... ?Jon W ,\il* u B..iiiu*-i k?01?r. 44 ... T?II. J. Itajuiuud. Jawaa L> P?liar. 41 ... ? ? Alas v-lu* 44 .. . - ? J. u H t'owlar. 44 ...10- ? " . . . 11 Au|fu*t'f Vurauil .lion-' Dana. 44 . . .12? W . Ur*j*rjr A B U??U. " ... 18 J B \ aruMtn jr 44 . . .14 K U. a.u. l. II ? 44 ...16 J J. r?-u?.i*4 W.n A 'Illlyat. 44 ...10 Albart Gllbart. j Miag~a.... ?Ua> W.Owius u lini iluiii. 44 ..... 2 1 OiUsni 1? ? T Barclay. " 3 -If.hu L. Dox. U II li.rt.on. Onandaga . . . 1? ? Ja o?i I.I'll* " ... 2 - ? John Harrow 44 ..." E.W.I.aaT?nworth.il Auiiavi. - ... 4?E. I'm k Onrtga 1 ? Maura Kl'shufrh L LI. Siaith. " ..... J 'axSl baoillar W m l.aais. OrUam 1 II 8 Uurualt. Or?i|f 1? ? W Uraliati. " ? A ii Ow?n. 44 8 ? ? B, T Hill *nil. ?rmi. 1 -Wrsxal8.liul.il T 8 < .. i > *?.,(H.) uitlam. . . 1? ? 1C. P l iskxtl. - ... t? ? ? 44 . . . > -E. Cola 1. I" P.ckaU. Mirhmatad . . . 1? ? UP i'ralt. Harataga , . .. 1? ? J Xosmn. " ..,.2? ? Jrbo '.llfirl . 1 jimu Allra -ill * lF 2 ) J N Vn?<' (H.) : tak?Aarie.... 1 T. Mai'an i. r " . .... It-1) II Dnnforth. JutiN . . ry V/ /jvrftiei. 1 -CbautMivy U.'dga li ?r. .? i .. .l iirU . Ku/dt I? ? U I ifrma. 8et.?ra I W K. Scliujltr. .? li ? * I ? I -eh. " *? ? I C liinny. " 8? ? - T J Rn/uolda. fiaiU?n 1-J F. Bufth Tamp?m$ ... 2 -B Ha* W i ?<|; L'ltlrr 1 ? Pat. r 1 rl |>aii Milt > > Sba Ian. ' 2--William tilllar Ji.Ijb P i aria. WmIiImIw ,, 1 D W Hulxrltoa H'atkingian.. I - - ? I. i'h rupci. " .. S ( Al?lo Paa?a a. 'uitlrj a n t i. k w r. *K!?ATOK< A! . TMil Couniin. )> Arai.//?r Albert R. Fit. A8MHRI.T f'matin l> i.i Drlmirr 1- Burn \ JnliB'it, * *Mtkaiiir 1?Da * K Uirfirili LIIIRTT. SKMAToklAL. Caunttf I ttt Muiimn, 4t 2.1 -'.Tisliai Schnlell. A*M HHI.T. Caymlin, list Mad,,m I I ft ' afpl.-ll. " 1-tlttiir tu/moar. vorkindmcn'I 8 r a r i: no xet. Cmrl?/ .1pi+aii. Gttutai. Volant Towntai.4 I. ttard^onlh fi,trrh'ry ?j Statt. fta" /.'a? ?* a+4 Sw'mp. Jno. W I lark.-. bllclia I 4o,( rii o C?**i irotUr. uaml ?? iiiiiiixr, W?. J. Bound. Gmrat > %< ?.' TVmmff. or* fn tun rtywwf! JtDiibtg Oporjn 'Vent Illy P*llilr>. AWOTHTR KI MPT 9 AKMtf J IIK MlLM "RACY. It will be recolleoted that, preri ti? ti the itt'Cpt il union IxtWMn the btink'ti m l hiiuh i nert, ??Ati Motion b*4 n ?< pnrnte.'gpfie rnl Am-morn1 ?r the bankero p<*4?erin? Tonimnny lull ? rf ?M Ami the htfobnrnero ?reuprin* room In Lieiien iH ?t?eet Till ronnty nomination* tne-l* ' fta una) *n<l *j- j |>roT?d of by tbe b?tnh<in er committee fi > n niter they wer# fniifli t?<l the b .tiller mu ittlw propounded two queetton' to <b? onudi'li 'I flr*t. m lethtr lh?j r?ro?nl*4it the Tammany IUII t unmitton *4 the only democratic orginliatlen In *nw York ; til ?er >n<tly, whether they wonid. or not. repudiate nil oihnr prettsdrd d*moomtle OnmmltUe* . tin* in( rpenial referenee. of ec.urfo, to tho eontiltteit of bar. burner* la | Llopanatd ?tteet. My the fo'lowloj ifply, It ?lll bo 1 teen that tbe eaniide'e* decline araeerMii tbo inter- | rofo?orl?o which I ho hnnbe'* proponn-lrtl to tlm-n, on tb# around the! I lie n- rain* g if-nt aired til qiMiUeni I'vlini lu lliap tba phi 'j i|i?H- J tha h?ibk?r coma Ht-a at Tbimkbot MbII ha i n.thin# to do with tba MBti?r Nr* Van*. On'. *1. 1?4? Ototi.awa* Wa bain r?B"i?-d -i uunteatfhhd from y> n. IB<iu>rii #? lot. Wl otior or oot ?o raanf?:ao tha D 'Ttrtll' ftrpllhlhaa Oiaatal auiimttn>. bild Bl I tDluM) Kill, and lha roapncltto tiraanlaallon* aii^lioi li) it* aitbrilly. a? lha > alp U< ui<> a la oifla' ration In tha ?|tj and (loun'y rf Mia lurl kd W hatbar ar at* wa rr pud lata aU n'bar prr'indid d< mooiaiic rikalltui In raplj tharouwto, ?a b?K laarafr pa?'fo'ly t" ata'a, that la tba anion of tba damuaratia MHf pi poaa I bj tlk? N) raeuaa on inn Ion and ana ptod tj Ilia UM>a (. uBTaaUow. ail ^aralo na hat *a?n tb? twoaontlona iata E ne! which tl>? party ni then dieida-t a* tu the regularity of the State and l ocal organisation*. were waited The *ub*titutli n of a tingle organisation. though necessary to the welfare of t he democratic party, waa cot thei' accomplished. The State andlnoal organ!**- | tiers of the two section* still remaiaed aeoarate The late ncaiin?ting convention* were the first bodice organiied in (hie city to promote the united and haroine.ioue action of the d<-ui< eratie party in the approaching contr at. They wer? specially chosen t > repr< sect (he whole democratic party. Kleoted directly by the people, to tlielr judgment were committed the qusitioiia whom they would nominate?what interrogatories should be put. what pledge* should be required, what test should be imposed These caneentlona imitatai the trample of the two \ State eonventit n*. in weiring all question'ef at lrrltatii g character, and they rxpres-ly refused to in- ' quire Into the v'ew?of the candidates. a? to the regularity of the respective city organization* Nominated as the State an l city candidates hare b?en. on this eery basis of a waiver of all dilferenoesai to the question of organiratlon.it can hardly be expected that, (he candidates them-elves should reopen ?uch dlfleiences To do so would. Innur judgment, uot only break up the very basis on which w? ware ad nouiiuated. but also violate the faith on which the t vo section* have uniti d on a single ticket? dissolve the union f j the party eo far as it Is already formed, and teoure the ascendancy of the whig party for year* tlratelnl to the democratic party for the confidence I raanit. staii towards it* by nomination* t? responsible , tiusts. we feel bound to maintaiti and promote it* Intrgiity. v> slueeroly believe that ?h# divialnn* in the d-mocratio party are now permanently and satisfacto- j rily disposed of, and that all future democratio nominate ns tor the nlty end county of New York will eoianatv from Tammawy Hall, and receive the support of an undivided party To secure this degirahle result, our earnest and untiring efforts will he employed. 8 Jons#. A. Vamixkfuki., M I i slices Kpt, Asm* K. Ha rs iai.a, lir.ssv Aicpi aaiui, Jr. L U SiixraHo, (Jiu, H. hi ssea, laaac U Hmith, D*m?:l W Nomi?, Tnicui K Dewtvixn, B. II. Flsi t, Ps:rt:a Mchai'cni.i.v. How tLia In to end. we know not; but certain it is, 1 i that tbe barnburners will not submit quietly to such treatment from the hunkers, if they can avoid it. W'e would Dot be surprired if the ratification meeting iu I Tammany Hall, to-morrow evening, results in a jglo- I riouM row batween tbe two faction*, which may lead to | a wider breach between them than has yet existed. I W tint NoMiasTioaa?Mr. Jainea Uowen who was u< uiiuat.'d lor Senator. by the whips of the third Senatonal ctie.trt->t. and declined the nomination. (to which course, it. i? stated, he was advisi d by m-uibers of the committee who were sent to a> pialnt Liui with bis nomination). has been ncmioati d tor the secoad As- 1 tfU.bly district, which he lately n presented in the I hoti.-e 11i? nomination he has accepted For the Twelfth Ward one Section of the whiff hare 1 c> mlnaied George K Clarke, as Alderman,and IVarieu hiady. as Assistant The other whig candidates, pre- j vli usb. nominated. ate W Uooley, Aid. ruiau, and VV utr. ii liiady. As-ietant Alderman j 1 est est mi u a tin eiiug of the wb'ir senatorial cot), veution. lor the third district, held at tuebeooud 1 V arn Hotel to UomiiiH'e a candidate io piece o! Mr. bowel), resigned Mr U.S. Williams, after acme die- ' cu.tlon, was nominated. Pullllint I nt?I llgr i.oe. ! The iiacguisl address of oov. Trousdale, of Tsn- I rains, has couie to band, but posse sen very little in fere.-t The subject ot slavery iti the ten it tries I* not tovchwd upon, the subject of iutirnwl improvement j it conMderrd of parainouol importance thougn it should be taken bi id ot with great aution. A U?nucrafic ma-s meeting was called to bo hsld at. j St Paul's. Minnesota on the giith inst i be objects of ; tbe nil etilift were to memorialize the Legislature to ask I tt.e CoDftri > e of the I nttrd State* to tavor the aaucxaii i. oft snadw Tarty lines are now atrougly dtawn in that new territory. The new SuLdav ordinance at Norfolk. Ya., ituposss a line ot fa Hi a bather shaving on Sunday. Governor Thomas, of Maryland, has appointed tbe th ol Nu?tmber aa a day of liiauk-givlug 1 Governor Inn-more, of New Hampshire. ha* app< luud the Klh of November as aday of thanksgiving Rrll^loua Intelligence 1 be American liihie Society ban appropriated $1 "00 fot printing a vi reu n of the Sctipiure* tor the triuei. ana m Tuil?y 1 he edition will consist of b.uuu copies. and will cost 16.000. j bister Vsrlba. of tbe lioly Cross, o'lot Miss < ec'lla ( ) oiiieDt. lial'lniore. recently. lire Mr I enrhan |ir? allied On the 1Mb. i ea-l id St 1 herein Km >iinl litf. Air I bli bop deli?eied an np|ir.pllat? a id are iluilug .Niaea. mid gn\? tb* I'apnl bcu.UicUun t# tne r?ligiou* ai d tli> I'loplt in the chapel. On tbe 14lh iu*t . tb* Mcwt Ree Arrtabi?hop Kcolaet' u recrteed 10 lb* white veil, in tbu \ iiitatiou < <>nrent ItaltiOim* Ml<? Kioucea William*, af Aletandria, \ i piuia. Ii?-r tame In religion it Slater Mary ticum. Her I'neld Triimhall. who he* b-<n laboring in th# luilttof the foreign LiaD(?lieai Shifty at Valpnrait* tr about to return to the t oned State*, ou *) oimt of 111 btailb. Ill* paper baa dou* great ear nee to ( bill The large and beautiful church. rrnently erected by the i net rrerbjtetiau ebureb ia bioed", wee dedicated (art week 1 he i?n?< n wa* preached by the pe>tur. iiir. M?\el l ain in The dedicat. r? piurer wa? made b> He*. It W. I atttracn. pa*ior < t the a- eoud I'le-by- i tetlan eburcb. He* 1 d? urd Heecber. D D , ha* decllnr d the eall e* tmdid to him b> a ebuich In Bulla1" \ V a d will continue l.ia labor* in the Sairui alreet chuioh in Beaton. lie*. Henry Seymour war Installed paatnv of thei'ongregatlotat cbuich and louiety lu a?t Hi*lry. Mar, , < u tb< ild li et beruiou by Her. Ttiei>|ibi!ua laokaid. Jr.. i f hbelburne. 'f he Oi.ilda Aeaeelntlon lately held lie *em|.animal n.etllig at Mmicberter. 'lb" laeiiioir ia mid to bare been it ry ha< on no Ua. and the rehgo u? eirioiar* charactetit'd with much talent and epirttuellty Her. I?r 1aepan.f- r luanyjiara the honored and atxrenlul paeior of the l.nBgrrgalioaal eburoh in luyae'a ii .u< dtiinleird fioui hi* partorai charge la<t week In <<rde r t? a. rept the appointment uf S*ore'ary it ibe Value > l.-ah nary Society. 1 be f'te-bytery rf Vilailaalypt ha* lately addreaeedan ahb clteular to the ehnrnhew under t'a ear* rejoinU;? tiding a better obeei iauce of the ! <o d day Tbe member* uf tie two I'reahyteriee of Htnfcei* ill. wi ie lo noet to loneentliu oa tbe intb i f I he p ei ?t no u<b. lor the purpore it e n-uinum a'mji a tl.li n ol ib* lao In d * i be baeia pi UHhm ehioh. we Ul dele'at 1. Ie to be |irop< ? d ta an uoijuelifl.il ?'onto n if. atd ai'fcrtaie* to tb? I nf.-.t n oi rant ' a.df tin i t goeei uan ct r>t the I'r. -b> lerian church, llber'y 111 pii.fi 'i a* to tha ?c'? i f I'M" but auhintreion Herein a? how Irrereiellle and ot action ar lu eoluntaij end erteelar ileal leiarde. *nb a prcrtaothnt 0 l lic'ion*. ut.Uer eiprcrely utheraiae ordered, go to the ee. le.laiticai b> a:da. I . . * - a nb i Mel. in n'lli luff (he nenei .rllnei nt lt? > irl.iga'i > ?tl? dirt > i oh n i.ra. r-rrnilj haul nt Aiit:ili ? o pBtbi r Ilia ffcrt* : '<uni'?r of (IivkIim It Ui?!fi|tr. M; 'lo J*. 4 * uirnhn? 14 Ki, <!< i D trial 1.4JS. do loo al I'tnrhtn. l^ij iiiii ml r?ni<lt>i<t>'l hi hlMr i f .Vi > i, do tn al? iii i ar> aattt* ji 71, ciamm oi innln f * 1 pt. t)v>1li? it a ]ur, J24l>7?, ol aLiith thay ittairil fit ?.!>?: U. HtliMlM, $5 'ilid. Ai'iMlit T rulil. I) D .frufrfmrofMnViliiileil kiiti f i aiid liui oh (inritmi nt In I li? Wwllin tfloln iaMiial fnhirit) at Alhgti'h) ft'J, nm?) Irani* Im r?ilino a tiai'DmlM rail fr ni lh? ttrlra Piaihttarian hmrti In lt.l< l it), to ha a colltaguo pa tor nlil llav buiuiliM 4|i|lt|. 1). 1). 1 ha hat (I L Miltfitoi paalar of tha Pr??S?t?rlan ahuri h Iti < arnit-l. I uti am mint) kt> b*> n mi|i>41 to taiaihaja tii'al rhai(ia ol tha I bli it M- lm in -d llutrh eb'iirh In I hUaUalpka la'?ly unnrr tlia rara of tha Hat 1ft. Lattiuua. atid baa arnrptad 'I In Mwtala armvAiJi ANH ntiPAKTt'RM. W If. Irihm, lailjr and a< rrant Hoat"B: f. M. I Vr? ullci |ib. liei.rati, Mr Pu'knan 1 frailly.tVa'h- , ii'gtiti: tt.firaard Honiar?at. la J I.taut I) ft Via- 1 Tj. li S A ; Id Clarion. auanalaiana. P. vafu'loin, I'tliilti. AM ; I*. in M. H< bla-on and la ir. Lotalirlila; Al'nd Jit.**, t'alilai; M L) Hurnait, Syifn?a, ant B * Air rat ilar L 8 A ; II A Hoy*. U ft A.j H H tilt*. Aitojr; K V < lorlir do; ii?n at ilii. Hall, Bahama; t. A Sattrritii p London; < arl? a Hrlliiirg. I ><aia; 1) i.ah.y do, A Andraa IranKf rt (tar n.a ?, ot. I.a|> g. I. B a ; Mr lia nr? and family. | Nit.h i arol i a. t. <1 liai.hy ant OaiigtUar I'tlaa: In* hhi.fr I hliadi lpti*a. I<?.tit It miirli, Llrrrp-t f; j f ro H. rally, Lublin: J K ( aih'ndrr illt**n*; Vf^jm "lemr it11 i* a A V Broan Cotnota; Ino. Vouug. do ; J. K lliicfi'll U. 8 N , Mgjor I t' l.aa, U 8 A.j dkf *t the Itelng lion** 8 Wnit> Bn.liDgton; Mf Pratt., Rnrt??; W H Ho ' In. Philadelphia, I 8tr*?aa, V* W llnwe. r?itif}lui H u Na'han K, l>i*"n Uhoile Manil; I. Mr K ? J J. I \ I alula; V ? Hay | morii 4" kl lit* Movant Motel tor Mfhaai. 8' ?i* ti ' ' olina; tame* .Mller. Hoatnn; It B Umf. nl and family. fd-ro-li "burgh Va., \ 8 W hit fro VarearhneVtU; vr Sprir.g?r. Ohio: J IrrJ Itrilru, Mr Brldea. Wnahimtoe, arrived yeatvrday at ihc Amarioan Hotel. A N'rtv Artic i op Fi at. ?Our attention wm draw n, a few riaya ainre, to a load at lh? door ??f a cifirrn hi Albitny, which in aiqieurnnoe ree> mbled ut.l.urtil broke. Upon inquiry wo found tint H v ae an aruele of fuel,mm ul ictnr d in Ilia vicinity of Newton'* Corner*, a few m If t out of the n?y, fiottt a awampy pu ce of low laiul which farm aft* a an erticle rt remhlipg pant. Wr la^rn that thi* n>uck or peat ia thrown into a mill and ground, th?n |>Tcatrd in the ehape of brick a, fur ttie p irput of thoroughly dry inff, when it ia ready fur ure. It ia etmtidrrrd to be quite aa eh .ap as hard coal, at.it ptefeinhle to either coke or coal for grater, there being no gaa or amoke from it. Thourunda t f ton* hare already bi?n taken from a ni fcle acre in the above vicinity, affording a rice profit io the owner* and maiiuf.?ciarnr?.? '/Vey Bmdgrt. W Y fl w w _jbl? ^ SUNDAY MORNING, ADDITIONAL EUROPEAN NEWS. Interesting from h|?alo?'The Island of Cuba. [iorre.-poudetica of the Loudon Cbrootols I Madkik, Oct. 4, 18 IB. The Hccounts that have reached us from tune to ime of the denser to which Spanish dominion in Juba was exposed from an American foray, to be in ported by un insurrection of the Creoles of the eland, have turned attention to the anomalous tate in which it t? placed, compared with the eoonies of other Kiiropean States, and surmund-'d by !?rniorioH which have within recent time, eimniimted themselves from Spanish rule ()| those a ho have addressed themselves to the subject, some ire for giving the colonies representative* in the "urtes ; others for establishing a representative syaLt in in the islands ; others would coutiiu' themselves 10 administrative reforms; but most admit that ?c me reforms tire requisite. The Constitut ion m< rely says that "the colonies shall be govntied by special laws." The appointment of a special minister for the colonies Is a point much insisted upon in the I'utria to day. Till lately the departrii* nt was nominally tacked to the Ministry of Marine, but ihe business connected with it is dtvi led among all the nep irtntents. The Patrvi observes, that whin the Council of the lnd'es existed under the old lA'mtr, as all matters of American : administration depended on jt. it was a true , Colonial Stern ijsbip; Hnd that it is impos- ; tide that the Miataters o| the Home Department ami Justice, for instance, can bestow much tune on mailers uristag out of colonial admtiiis'ra- I tu n. l ptothistinie.no account has bem given I to the Cortes, of the colonial revenues and expen- 1 din te. All that is made known, is that Cuba, for example, pays all its own expenses, including the ; Spnnii h troops and ships that protect it, and tha ' the Finance Minister, in his annual budget, puts tlown a round sum of fifty or sixty millions of reals j ?s " excess td revenue from Cuba," and so on o i I'otto 11 ico and the i'hilippines. Tint home govern | inent, probably, relies very much on the fears i bated by white people of propeity til Cuba, that i n ?te the i ountry separated from Spain, it would tic \ >ut oi tnoir |M>Wf r to Mold their own'iguins.1 the 1 lik*; i.ud the Htritldi), in a singular at tide for a j mi.i-i li'.cial join nul, holds out tin- menace to them I h icrritrmi, that it Spain cannot retain her sovereignty there, it shall pass into the hands of ttie A.11ifnnf*. " It is well that nil ahoulil know, hoth ornpners and natives," it says, " that th*-ibland I Cuba can be only Spanish or African. The day r, which the Spaniards have to abandon it, they unlit to do so, letting the n*groes inherit their inn mien, ju.-t as the chief whonhmilous ? btitery 0 the enemy, after having defended it as long ns fsib'r, t?ikes care to spike his guns, so that his idv? rsaries nwy make no useof tlieni " This truth, 1 tide-, is the best guaranty for the preaervatiou of 'tibs to ^paiii: and n cues on to describe the parties s\< rablt to revolt, whom it seeks to frighten, by bowing the con-' qtiepces ofct nvertin? llie i-iand i Mis -M-oiidft. ltonnii'io. The native insurgents, 1 tO| pen a to be mtiueiicrd by Vanity and a love ot own, iVo , winch, of course, they would not teaiy? niuiei Ali n iiti rule ; end to th? Aineric m sup iuteie of the insurirciion it holds out the |o_,a ot l.etr tiade to ihe Northern States. Hut, it says, into xm inn is only d<str<d ny the ."Southern JStite*, >l.d Ib desired III order that they mav have U iii ,r-el tot their slav? s, end more voles in the federal ''oppress; but so far from obtaining these objects, it tells them, tlier as Spain will lather consent hat Cuba iliall be African than any oihi r, save S| aii't-h, the proximity of emunctiiated Cuba to h lot ion would be a pMpetunl stninilus to their own -lavs*. As to the charge of cruelty and inhumanly?the idea of sacrificing the great majority of I uhans, who are attach) d to the mother country, it order to tske vengeance on its enemies?it latiphs at the notion. It aaya the only reply it will five at this time to such a charge, is, that the a wards who a!tK*k the Spanish po-sessions be: >!nse they think them weak, do so in the h(i|M! af g. inipg by their infamy, and it is well they phi'iild know, therefote, tliat they (the Spaniards) liavr lu' snsol leudenoir tlieii miun-h mil Vc ! The Htfnma reprove# and combats this atticle I rit i |.e lit initio, and shows that tip* menace so itn- j piudently h? Id out t? lis two w-i.ys, for if lite South- I etn Stat?> cd ilie Union may liar tlie threatened i mancipation, the Northern Statss would apploul , it, and ?o far from fearing the loss of thrir com- i lliercew i'h Cuba, they might expect It would tie inciesseit by the cessation o| the piotection now mi (otdt d to Sjmnisb produce. It observes, bt sides, , It ut the A.iic in race is not so preponderant in Ci lia as it was iu llayti and Janniica; and that in , all piol ability. whatever misfortunes nnd di*?*teis 1 ii.iaht l< llow the lo-s of the isUnd to Sputa, and ii i i ii.at ( 'pniuin of tli? l>l .eke, the supeiior n lei- . I'g( nee. A c., of tlie while race would prevail in the end, and the threat that Cub* should become ' Afiici.ii is ihertlore incorrect, it couclnd'-g by i tiff tl t ("i ha will lernsin Simul.fi. if ihe ph. trrninrM und* islands its position and its duties, ftid calls upon it Id withhold threat*. nnd t?> give the l?w? r?>|Uir? (l hy the island, and thus tender ? i4<ratK ii ui.posrible. l'teday is the second anniversory of the Vnrvuei mhliou hich, the lirraMo ?.b*ei *e?, ha* nous exon d the long period (lor Spain) of two venr*, I wviiaf only umlirgone in ihit t me some "alight iii dihiMtiMia" These "alight nnxlificsi una," vslin li hnv> < hanged over and over iiiimiii the pun* Hwetiiil Ate aui of sight departments of ilie miniaiiy. tire 11 a follow*:?The Foreign Oflioe lit* lin n filled hy tienerHl iNarrni'i. rlie Dike of Sotm n nyor, snd is now by Senor Pd-d; the Finance 11?|*rtnn nt by tenure OrUtSfii, II de Li*,Oilandw again. Mi n. and now liy li. Munlln; that of W.tr l>> Generals Cordova, Narv.iez, and Ftguer**: that of Muiirte by (ieneral Hoe de <)l?n?, and Serors It de Lis and Hoea de Togoris; that of t olonieroe, iVc , created in November, ISd7, by Si note li Munllo, and Seljae Go/.ami: the only i ne* am hmfMl being the-e of General Nnrvaea li nrei It, aa President of tha Council, and Senors Aim. (In ai d Sam rfus, as Miniate.a of Justice and of llir Hi toe lb paMment. 'ti e laat Ramid minister ia creditnb'y active in fi l.i w.i.u up refoiina in li'* department. The I nin e Irnr baa been ordered to be re-orgj nixed, ei d a ri vinp nf 112,?00 reals per annual will ultirnately n ei.lt from it. 1 litratio* 4 liuurrri ?ton In Sarvts nnd Moaoln The Vienna correr| 4.i.u. ntr f 'he l.?n<!n Timet, wnnnp under date ol ot the l*ih ult., e?ys: I will give you a brief siiriininry of what I bate been > ble in collect from the nigrum '/.nuxg, hi. d r i lie- r Slavonic |m|icre, concerning Wore pro* \incca In m? opinion, it it ? .r im/??nWr tint iSirtil, hnniH, Imkul Croatia, the Hmtg<rnor, owr/yer/ieys (iiinr, may, fx-ntr tie later, /.g.oe us | III roar <f a'li n >( tie tnhmnre j^irty 1'tie at* | i. mpi to uismimber Aiieina hiving twin frueir.il* d. and the east ot Europe beimr, fur the moment, tbelrfvoli'e re?ort ol the reve l :*, 'iiste, I rlimild ] not l?- eurpneed to ree the Maudum of r> hellion | Coon raieed nulla' the lawful aathofilira in fhoxe Tatkiah i-rovmrea founded on the ra*t by Wnllachin at <1 llulgaria, and on the aouth by Mart rinnm and Albania. About a month arnce, I informed you ifi.i tin ineiiig'nt toi|m h.id invrMrd Uihac*. a low it with a email fortreea on Ihf t;nii?, Tne inautki nla, be having thai the Vixier of Travnik, who li .< titbit ntroe d lo matt-h agxiuat them, would do no more than menaoe, MocHarted hitmen wo cloeelv 'hut it wa? impoeaible to convey the I?mM intel- , |.i>'iter into the It *n. On the '2<ih of Aigiiet, f. ?t vn, iff nf'li hivind informn'ion thai ihe \ irrr bed left Travnik at the head of 15.000 rn-n. 1 he tbul <1 the iiirurg' nta, K'dio, (hereupon held a ?cm ctl woli ihe eld'lf nl eome of lh?* Chrin- j til'n low mi in the neighborhood, anil he wan em* | poweled hy iht in lo Mi to I in hie troopa that, in oaee if n ct rflici wi h die Vwiei'n forcer, the ray a* licit t i n e to 'he r.on-iinited (?re> K chinch would ri?e and join th< m lairing the night ot ihr 2<.h nkirmieton took | lace between ihe ompoat* of the garneon of Hihacn * d the innurncot*, nod a heavy CHi.none.dc ? ? nyrned from the fortre-r. At Iveon fml rrtuioed in the rtniji on lh? l-t of fAepternher. with a n-infoic-ni- iit of about 1,000 men, and it wee report* ri that ilie Vmer of Trnvatk w?a not far lift, it wan d> trimined loetoim Uihacathe aarue nil hi 'I he attempt W'aa made, anil failed ( hi the 2 | a | art of the mrtirgi ni corp? retired into the mountain.-, in oid?r, io wax raid, to throw lip i-ntreuchinei tn In the defile* through which the Vizier would httve in oae*. The reinaind'-r, ahoni 7,0!J0 or H.ldli mi n, liuvnir ulen withdrawn in th*- evening of the aatoe day, ihe an ire of Hih in w.ta raiaed, iihl oiiph the in*iirgenta fortified theineefven on the l>i.nka of the l'nua, at a diaianoe of alnoii two i.rgheh tin Ira from the fortreni fn the no-ant one mr ? imi r a nrfivn, ana n on * hill to th?- nt oih-n.irt of Hihnrr, and on tb?- R h *n ?MiKi|il wun n n? ? li? |m*n ih? Klnhnt, in nrili-r in ?(3v?nrn into tho Krnixin: bit Ihr innurfnt* f?fiVr?-d Mi<fcn (liFjefHtn rnpintnttcf th*t mi- Turku *rK of lnr?d to rntirr into thr ir c?mp. 'I h-j hunt* w m mi'-l nnmjninnry, nnd nlilionjh ihn Vlxtrr eWinii thr virfi rv, nn ihp Ions of ?h?* innnrgnnto wnn Trfjr f-i r i i i?t inn rrmtir-r appear* doubtful, mk rhi- rebel* ti ck (tour at hitmmmui. BMohi thin nflnir ronK l>brr, ihoilll)Tvrkr, nun of rntik, who hud <> mpanittt ihe Vixi?-r from Trnvntk, barton d~ tUterl ihnt rhejr would nor fight ?gmn?i the .i~u,?fe ? hi- hnd 'fki n op urnin in n juet ennue, ( h.- Po- >r i-n* 11?11*>rd rnuie n? w tm upon rhi*m.) ifm Vixo-r, Tahir Piud.n, diaraiaxtd ih> n from tot* nauip. I ?RK j flPTORPTI 9ft 1Q/<Q WVS JU"* V.

leatn that, as the number of in-urgents increases daily, Tuhir Pasha baa applied to the Turkish govs) i.mm' lor speedy and powerful reinforcement*, and expresses his opinion that it woulJ be advisaLie to abolish the unpopular tax In flic principality of Servia disaffection hi* heput) to show itself. _ A pttty has found it necessary to apitHte, because it considers the natiou aggrieved oil the following five points:?1. that a National Assembly la not convoked; 2, the prince and government have encroached upou the rights of the people in the woods and forests; ;I, ihe Servian ptople are not ot>liLred to keep the roads in good 1 repair, because villeinage is abolished ; 4. some of | the public offices being filled by Austrian Servians, ] ihcy should be dismissed, und replaced by natives j of the principality ; 5. the prince has rendered pecuniary assistance to the fugitive Austrian Servians j our of the public trrasury. To the se complaints, the minister, Abraham Petroiiiewiisch, replied ; * 1, tlmt as the constitution (L'ftnr) of lr?8 ordained that there should be a Semite, composed ot seventeen members, a national assembly would be superfluous; 2, it was a duty which government owed to posterity to take t care that the woods and forests were not comnit tely destroy* d; 3, that the 8eivinns were bound by paragraph ft) ot the constitution to keep the roads in good r< pair, and that that ha* nothing to do wiih villeinage, 4. that the tv-rvuu govcrnnetithad been obliged to take Austrian Servians is to its service, because there w- < j tor il w mt of educated men lu the principals 5, if the Prince advanced mont y to the unfortunate Austrian rs, r ihi soul of tiis privy purse, lie was responsible to m> one for having so done What had b *eu itdvaiu ed from the public treasury was on proper seciiiny, and, being the wotk of the Senate, the I'rilK l? U'ttR in ft<? ti'uv unaurpruliU ir *' Ti*i_ to the summary of it low; document, copies of which were given to the other mintaters, accompanied by the order that any attempt at insurrection should be Mt once suppressed, and the ringleaders punished with the utmost severity. It appears that this has been attended with good results, for we have not heard of any insurrectionary movements, ft is whispered that Michael Obrenowitsclt is no stranger to this agitation. The Cotfigrt (iitttilf tins advices from the ntilit.ny tri iiiisis ot 'I nrkey lothe IMih September, wcording to which the iw-urreclton hi Ho?uia had (nuiirii t ut xt'iestr. The arrival of a (reah remfoicemeot liad encouraged the rebels to make another movement, which the Turkish government would h.rdly lie able to hjppre.-is without the assistance of Austria. Thisaid will not be withheld; the Austrian* are miking every preparation to advance to the scene of action. Tlie Characteristics of Russia. "Ituta i t," tiivniiarou llaxthuuscii, in his recent Ihn k of Travels in itut-aia, "has a grand future In fore her. That she shoul I he one country is iudisp* iiM'blv net - >-ary. for nature dividi <1 her into tour huge partitions, no one of which can exist without the others. Their union alone forms a powerful iind independent State." He is right. 'J he north ot that ci untry is almost wholly covered with wi ode. Ann tig them is one uninterrupted tract i f foie ts, ol puuter M/e than the whole kingdom of Spain. Next comes a region ??f little or no fertility, extending! from the Irtal to Smolensk, coveru i_ an area of 18,000 square miles, and ii.liabited hy u population ot more than IH.otth.tHU, who are exteneively engaged in the manufacture ol alinot all articles of ludurtty, hut who could not niuiisge to ex let and to pursue their avocadous if ilie- northern forest did not supply them with fuel and timber, and it corn wi ie not provided for them l>y 1 he fertile plains ol the south. These | southern plains have an abundance of loam, and exit ml ovr r a ten Itorv of tw ice tl:e size of France. The whiut glows liiele lor a hundred years ill the same soil, W'i.huut artificial help from manuiing. In tlie soiithesat begin those boundlets "stepjtn," ?he hriitits of the migratory nntioi.s, whose deseeut upon the civilised countries of Kuropc has alive)* marked, and p-rhaps will ajsain tua'k, if gaud epochs in th" history ot the woifd. This imirieiif - tract of land is situated between four ocean?, at.il ii.h doted liy a thoroughly h< inogt tirnue people, sound in all their faculties, clever, and possessed with ail slf jwrvading, f.tuat < hi, und consequently dangerous spirit af nationslity. There is nothing that divides tfo ui, though they tire distinguished by th ir origin as Great ltuft-iam and Lesser Kus-ians: hut even between if.esr two large tubes there Is less differ* tree in dialeet and manner* than to-twrn the natives of ,Sus.-''i and Voikshire. Ch-y know no jealousy, but they know emulation ; tin rr is no strife of factions, and < ven tlu-ir religious sects yield to that one leading thought?-tlie unity of Kus.ua aud the sovereign jkiwi i ol the .S lavonic race. Tlie upper clii.S'. <i iiiie |~ "pie h ?ve lor a century he"n acquainted with Kurope?n civilisation. Il did not rgnng fr? ni their wil| il wut foreign importation, utid mi ll coatluuea to Iht* day. The lower class**, on tlir contraty, huve rcaiatrd all foreign itilurui r ; liut ihry trr daily *c>|iiirmif u culture ;?culi?r it* tbrnvrlvri, tuul which answers to lha d< lodiida < t ili'u alt-ah orbing nationality. 'lite villages around Tmtxu are of a miserable l< m:i i|>nun. but thoy have each a line atom* rhutch. The Hio inn |.r?' iiin live in log houses, and pride tin him Inee ii| ?-it having atone churches in their villagia. They would acorn to remove from a alone church village to one Midi a log church ; and no niutriHgi- with the inhabitaiita of tin- lee* re?| clahle villages rati he thought of. To have u i lone chun ii is, therefore, the great ambition of all villages hi wiiiv h that article o| luxury ia not aa yet to he fuuiid. and rank is bought hy building such a church. The coat of it ta Iront 10 <HM) to 3t),(tU0 milts, rccoiding to the ai.-e requited, and the degun i f tea,* < lahdity which lue inhabitant* wish to obtain. To coll? ct atich a aunt, for audi a pur* l-? sr, ia by no menu* a itficuIt thing in ifuaeta A m urn 11 lite villagers atari on a begging exiiedition. '1 heir tr? vei? roata lh? in nothing, for tliey get iood i.d thelter lor the nu-re asking. After a twrlven.1 nih'a watid'tii.g ih?y return, often after having colleen d a larger rum than their pur|aoe requires tiuch thn uk can only he done in a country I'ke liuaaia. The |ieog|r have no politics; but they have two leading tdeaa, which iulluence all their 1 1 lii li.-. and are ever Op|iermnet in their ininds, lis: a strong feeling of nationality, and un ardent love of their national church. Coder the influence ct thrae id? aa, a liuscian ia always ready to give uy hie |iti (icily and Ilia iiie. Another feature in tueir national < baractrr goes a great way toward* explaining this liberality. A Huoaian i* almost aa I'M ne to give aa he ia to take. Property ta nowhere mi precarious *a it ta in Jlussia; nowhere dors it change hands so rapidly. A man la rich tocay auo p?or t<emorrow, and ncr inn They hr. ke money, and eye ltd it alinoat in the aame in?taui; they cheat, and ale cheated; they ateal ?t'h one hand, and give awav wuh the other, 'i he tradi sman who has just cheatsd yon out of rill* nee, turne round and gives hali-a-i rown to wain* bunding ' church in u village ol which he iiO'r heard ihe name. 1 he ii.wu and c< imtry of Jaroelnw gave R iron ilalihamt ii the lirtt ?<|.4-e?ri(ii itjr of LrininIo? eoltie inetght into the practical working of ihe national iiieiitutiwti ot hondamanahtp tin a abort trip to the a?Hlol a neighboring country gentleman, he att*i dt<! a irieetifig <>f the nan-flintier* of mimr road irte village. Al. the m.ife member* ol the oommu? niiy forn.t d a circle;the parteh officer* and the oldc t inhabitant*, or "white head*," coaferaed m dithrtiii topic* ol ci iiiiooii interc.-t; motion* were iio.iie und ditctmeil, rejei ted and adored, end everything h'ni Hone with great teeming order and m? Ho d. Tlie pnrirh ofli<*? i*atid the - white head*" win- the otdy *p*ak>r*i the younger men wereath ot and urn-alive Th*y /Kf with energy and putf-ion; an faa) How ol word* reenter to prevail Untitle lititii There v. aa no npi a billing and acreamiij'.thrie were no interraptiona, ?ttch a* IWon ltagiliaufrti h?d t? n ac. iietoinrd to in In* oIin .il dirt tiarioti* With hie Wi it( Italian colleague* The pan.-h hi qticrtn H cott*|*ied ol 21 firm* with *2 no le inhabitant*. It hwl tormeily hem the pto|>er') (niali ?. teioa'ea, children and al!) ol the I'liiire hl*?lo?<-kl; hut the pe atari* h.id bought their libill), end the noil on which th?v lived, lor ?2,.s30. 1 lirte la rutin thing # JlTf mi-ly inconelatent III attch haigain The ounce wnt the owner, hot only ..f a i;. - . , .l. . 'it I .k. ...:i ' < i nir in in r i i ijie Tllinw ami ?>i nir ami >riey lived on, bntnleo of i 'I iheii property, and cnneny enily of the i.2.f-r.fl, which they paid fur tlieir liberty. Ill Ilil(hl liuve leken the lliuuey lid kept ll e fienpV iii m ivnode 1 here w,?a no law to preVeiit bun. Urn em h in the diatom of the country, nl.d Luneinn niatoftie in IMrllCulac are hy f.ir iMphuer ihull In ft Keen that mn?t abaolnte of nil oven rtieiita finda ita l> vel in a kind of aelf.yovemnuftl. The internal hlli'ii of the nation are conducted or >he pttuciple nl precedent# end obeeiv?ii?-ee 'f he ( rar, thoiiah abeolnte in all that m snd'r 11 divdnale, ie utterly (Hiweflepa whenever he nttcnii ?e by hia will to art upon corporations *r council*, anil to induce ihern to change tki ir eiiriinieaid practiere. He may, indeed, make left a and puhloh decreea. They are moat reapect* fml) ripieiedd and fortotteajfur.ihn**hthftCxar'a 11 fter la teiy fre?t, i' C moot be allowed to airier* eere the law r t the Innd Moat Kuaian emperora elii'Sfthd to break the bonda which ibiia eftieKl-tl the i? | #>?? er in th? tr on country, and rrv?at o? them llloTf III Vein If by eltraO dioaty violence and pereeve lane ihcy Mncrrd ia lemovinqihe ancient uragettif the Muacovita empire, they happened ta IERA die shortly afterwards, and ih?-?r siicces-or* had 'n re-conimrnee.a These remarks apply only to the Ku-sian provinces; the conquered lands arc, of course, at the Czar's discretion. It is there that he reigns, inrteed; and this circumstance noes far to explain the inordinate hut patient desire of conquest which distinguishes the policy of the Russian eri)|ieror8. * * * * llueria is a new country. There are from fifty to sixi) millions of inhabitants in its Europe in provinces; ihsre in room and food (or as tu my mure. Theie is (hisdifference between |>overty in a near country mid i*>verty in a civilized country?in the former it 18 tlie want of the luxuries of life, in the latter it is starvation Kuesia has its poor, hid the re is food for them; there is an abundance ?- * logs to Imild hou-es with; there are millions of acres ol ferule soil waiting for cultivation; there is more wmrk than hands to tin it. Scared by the distress and wretchedness which poverty entails upon people in an old country, there have b -en parents thst have killed their offspring "lest they might come to want." In Russia the case is far oilferent ? a numerous family is quite a treasure to a litissii.ii |.? nsnnt. The numiier of his tons increases the number of Hcres of land which he farms, and his daughters are married off-hand. lie is not a-he<l to provice I he- m with a marriage poit mo; nay, he is even sometimes paid for them. The lower classes, in almost every part of Europe, think it n curse to have many children; in Kus-ia th?y nt? a royal loud to weulih. lie nee rhe poun1.11iou increases very fast, and would do so much faster were not the children killed by over-feeding. Ten or twelve children are wliat one might call the usual allowance of a married couple in Russia, but one-third of them die hi their infancy. The extruoidinury ahunilaiice of the liecess iries ol lite is a powerful encouragement to marriage, and old bachelorship and old maid.-liip are things one scare* ly ever he irs of. Some frightful abuses r?'sull fiotn this stale of tilings. A late traveller in Russia tells us of boys of six and seven years of Hge, who were actually mairied to bouncing young won>en of four-ntld-twenly. Jle states the case o| wives who carried their huabunds nhont in their nuns. These unnatural marriages were u s< nice of the most disgraceful connections.? 'J hough the child was hu-hund iU jurr, Ins lather was lilirb.-.ttd tit j i tn When the boy grew up lie found his wedded wile an old woman, and m ule all haste to have one of her sons married to some gnl whose age utid appearai ce were more congenial to his tssie Huron llaxihau-'en conlirms this statement, and informs us that though the pra -lice has ol lute licen Unbidden hy law, it is still uph-Id hy the cubtoiii of the country and by motives of interest. I iiK lU'SMAN ri.KKT 1.1 tiik Jlf.ACK Ska ?It IS tJ:? im< iinon < f itit* admiralty to or?f? r mhii- of our lirst tlaesfriiMree to be immediately commissioned, iind blr<> to (< mplcte the crews to the war est iblisl'itu lit ?.f llie ships tif the line now getting r- i.tly for sen Thin measure becomes tin more , iimi .mii> at this moment, whin wr observe the 1 threatening attitude of Russia towards the I'orte, ! und whilst we hear hi mind, mora over, thnt Kits- ! m: lots a well equipped und wellmanned fleet of 1 ubout 20 ship* of the line, five of which itre three- j tV? kt rs, in the liliiek Sea, beside* several heavy j fripHten. If the Russian army should advance 1 upon Constantinople, a divi-um or two nintht easily pet possession of the principal fortw on the ; mrth t.ide of the Rosphoru* and of the liardaiielles, i whctehy this poweiful fleet could pans into the Nli'dm rmiieHii toithwith, win re, at pres. tit, we have be I halba-d<.z? u etui of the line to oppose tin in.?/,c.n(/ow Unaht. A.watth'am Maii. to Iiii.i.ami?I.mpoutanck or a I)t? kit Maii. io Ltvi.uinroi..? For (mime weeks pan toe dif ct mail communication between Lublin atid Liverpool ba? been discontinued, mid the cor- j rerpnndetice for thnt itn,Hii(aiii port It an fieen t-wrintiutlrd va Holyhead, by the mail di.-pitched from I Kiupaiowu at half past aeven p ni The injurious ! consequence* anfiti| .ted fnun this ch mire are al- ; ready experienced, and are the eub/otof general | ci in>d?iai amongst the mercantile classes in Dufi- ' l'ii and Livetpool. One very striking instance of the IlilM hlevoua e fleet of the change we shall at present notice The weekly nmil for America in di-pa'i hed front Liver|>oal every Saturday ; and the Irish letter* and papers to be forwarded by that nihil, mm well as communication* to Liverpool af nta c* miechd with Aniencan houses, titii.t arrive early on Saturday forenoon. On Isat Saturday the whole Iri.-h correspondence reached Liverpool lot g nit* r the mail so siner had started. The mail In ru Kii gston to Holy head, dispatched at half pot tutn, p in, on Friday evening, in conaeqiiencn of the easterly wind did riot arrive at Holyhead in time for ihe train which taken the mail for Liverpool; and the Irish correspondence had to lie detain* d some hours, eventually reaching Liverpool hip after the departure of tlie mail steamer A me ichant extensivi ly engaged in transact ions with New Ymk, km* forwatdri tu nan cotninunicatian complaining bitterly of the delay of a week in the despatch of hi*correspondence, which i* likely to he productive of considerable Ins* a* w ell mi inconvenience. ] ill the hardship complained of by this individeal meicbant, is f< It bv the whole ciuiiinercii I (immunity, who suffer from the stoppage of tl r diirct mail fn rn Lublin to Liverpool in vari(iimwh)m. This very tiny, we know that another merchant, to provide against the possible miming of the mail thin evening via Holyhead, arranged to foiwuid duplicate* of hi* lettera to New York, by a fi" nd w ho i riM-eeds direct to Liverpool by Hie tjny ol I Jti t? I * ii f ( mpativ's steamer, whi -h leaves Kntfi tow rt Ht hx iii ill* ? w^iiiiiir. in otu*r to rumr* ir>e d*M"i?h o( hi* < orr*f| nd-nr* by th* Ams-rn'iin mail *i*?ni*r to-morrow. Th* truth i*. ihnt with mi ini|mrtM?t * |?oit ?> Liverpool, in which th* great mrn-at of Irieli Urn!* i? directed,* direct in nl CMiimanication ironi I >ulilin i- i>*rf*ci!y mill-pen**lile; and we would recommend ih* mercantile h uly to m?k ? an earn**! r*i?fe**ntiition on the ?utt|*et to ihe M?H)?ir*o of Llanriratde, Pu*'ni*ftrr-4}dneml, w ho, we doubt not, on bring mud* acquaint id with the very iniutioua working of ih* pren*ot i)Hi m, * hn h neither b* r.? r thr Admiralty anticiI'Mr*d, will r*Dt*dy th* evil by re>e?t.>hh*hintf u di- ' tic: mull with Litrrjool ? JiuUin MenantUi Adttrtiter. Fwr?l((n Theatrtrala. Vadarr# Pel n-eder. op* of ih* ttrat tragedian" of Oi m an; and u.oth. r if lb* celebrated ilnixr Madam* trhiodit-lio .rut ha*Ju*tdt?d at Itaudplta la Bai- I ony at lh? ad raced ay* of *4 I'ha tnpernr rannU I. paid > adanie hrhrosderaa hoanr which n? is-rrrtn aittet bad no hwfor*. or haa *?ar ilrnw received II* tamed k?r portrait to b* drawn lo all bar principal rharai tere an* placed <ha collection In tha Imp-rial Vu rt'Di at > tenon to writ aa model* tor yuuu( artifta Tb* fair Hachel baa consented to etny In Ptdi, lured by tbf pri ap-rt i'f arruninla'lng fame and hooor by II ? re preeentattnh of < barb it* I onlay by I'onfaril. which If to b* b'i u*ht out at th* Otlwon. with L>atb lir *? '? arat and borage ('h? idol > f th* Houi*>ard?) aa lianl) n booh a *a*ata*le could ant tall to atiraflt pot i iiiy -all farla," but "all Kraaea,'1 aaya an enthuaiaetlr rrltio. Vr Samuel I nttr raw a n*w entertainment. anti t rI. ?> I'aod.m bloda fram In ry a Rid* in lha theatre i f tb* Mfrbaaiea' Institution Mauctieater. on Cth lift rrlnce 41b?rt gave Mr Thari** K*an an Inlerelew, nt Othort.e. p 1 Pore-lay ralatlf* to tha prtrata theatricals. ta tak* pla< ? at W iiidaor t as tie atttlkiiataaa, by cmaiaid of ber ?i^j*>ty. Vr and Vra. f barb* Kean topimmffi an engagaipsp? at tb* lirlyl'tou thsatrf on the nth iaat, wli*a tb* play of Mi tailiasoy*" wa? path rm*d Vr St|ilit g < nype r n*w fare* called "Mra Bonbitiy'a Bp' ' as a -'|.|>p-ry Kfeetrh '' was produced at tliaAdslpbl W right laid Bedford. U Suillh. and .">! r > iiiD'X >r> 'iniK'9 ID II I n* gmt it ai ui? of iMt iketeb He Mlalll k' trarrr.il* ?f tn# kadi dai.r* on th# lea nin??tn) b? tba popular ballet nl bar v aj**t)'*tb?nira la-t lumiu-r. A aen doner tlitdtaina bp Mr W*?liaod Maratonand Mr Itetnard. lulu ith??fil ?ilh? ?yrr?jr A new rtrani* by Mr On afr rd rated ih* "R-'Ignlng Firuilir ben andartln*<J mid rill b* produced at lb* Strand t> next I umli) evening Mr*. Alexander Nawtr n. the f**<>rlr* ronalia'. baa at.tlie ij r??*rr r? d fn m k?r i?t? xirrt ludlepo-lttoa, and *111 Make bet r? appearand* at lb* Drat of t*> Leo don Widtr ill) ci ncilli W* undetrtaod that Mr. F.m*rp. efage mancr at th* Minrj tb?*-r* l i? Hmii n^m.d k *tr \n inrmD for 1h* apprt intili.) i?i>i>a at lirurj Ian* Iknlm Mr. John 1 arry b*? (ion l.U nee entrotal itm nt ?tih llo iiM'nt lUfrnii a1 raio n- pla"'i1 n thee #?! ?l bent and bu??*i tnrluolaa Han.-ear*. timer ll-al. tolkrtoa* (it leopard a liiuiio u aa H# ee? called ?) < U to ff| rat It at I Ulibildpe M rill 1 rm Matthew* tt * r. I*brat*d rl"*n I* p'aplna in a eerier of rili.tr pai.tr true in rcae*? aiUl Ml-a ' arolln* ban rtt, lb* de tonne and oliimMa- at i?r?rj y* lildr hie tint a^iaiair* on onndap lb* l?t In-t b W? I nron br, Vr Mm* and Mr tkhltwortb ai* at I irri piiol 'I hr < prra# ara ' Inn la dl trammer bioor, '" La bouaaa bbia, ami I'miteo! ' 1 be I raoemt I'rntip* are at the Alophitbratra. Sheffield alio Mr Wallett the celtbiatrd olnwn lb* Vetera Ur< opli ar* inricd on burlerqu** for Ibe hajn ai kei ai.d ?t daipbl lloa're* I ? I ail*- ** ft*ud an*i x*k> m*nt at Drnrp I.an*, but ei bid not a etc* to tbr trraii prpoeu t/ ib* lea re* Mia Orpar wbr> for manp ye ari wa a member of tha l>?ii'? l.anr e< n.paiip In It- m..?? pa nip da?? dia l at l?i i*bii n oa tba i t met tki bad mired Iran t?? L D. P TWO CENTS. e'ege, of which aha ??< on* of 'ha bri*ht?rt mnnti iu peculiar line of aharanler*- ill the smart ao4 pert chambermaids and *u a reripiaat of tha Drurf I *Dc bund to'he amount of ?120 per aaaaa. This peneii'D will, of rnur?e be eared. Out mm haar tlia. a in*.>tiia actrea* in rrulf ta dtalar on th? find and will ha entitled to nearly tba en ia amount; conia i|Ui-nt|y. the fund will remalu In ?< ? >/'??. A good dial of con*eraatl?n ha* haan aiettad by tba production of a placa at the theatre of tu? >' >ri- >t. Martin. I'aria lieartoit the ainldtlou* tltla of ' llo na " 'I lia hero i.f ttia pieea It no lc*e a o*r?i>nagi* rhi > rl>t I'opa Ii'mealf the actutl pre*ent living Papa Plou* IX. Ilia h> line** having In hla younger day* *?rvad a* an flirir In tha l< ti-rlati ram p it|(n coutrivad ilka a romantic young officer. to fan In lova. wa* di "appointed, and tbrn renouncing the world entered the o mr.iU, r> ae to l>a Popa threw the world, with tha b*-t intention*. into tiama and h?>l to tiy All which o -wintatannea ara boldly woven into a play We have al*a put <11 lha aiag" Martini Iiarihaldi. and ?oin? other well known haroe*; the wh?l? winding up with tha eDlry of (General Oudinot at the head of the breach uttoy.at which point, the prudent drama'i*t mop* I'ha ranio prudent author ha" done hi* heat to ateer a*dearly aa poeaihla of politic* tha few word* of a party loua tiling of tl a nio*t iuoifenaire kln l Kor the aaka of avoiding offetica tha hero (iarihaldi haa little or notiling to do and Ma/.tlni little or no'hing to aay NeTerihele-*. the gallery gentlemen have contrived oa each ot the two night* (Saturday and Sunday) that tho pit re haa barn p aw d to make the h >u?e ring with plaudit* at tha *lght of the triumvir and tha aotdier, ai'il to treat lha ec?leala*llo* iu much the ?ame war that tha Itomen nioh would treat thein. only fir tha pri eelice of lenrh bavouata An allualon to *t>a >g> rk n Koine atlriiiig uptheatrlfa vi< received with tar1 ISc biaaa*. and criea *.f " It * talaa!" I'tia ao'ho-mea know not alial to doin order to putantop to the eoauual of a litiiig I'npa on hla knee* on < he ntaga an I o her impropriation <,f a like nature, for fren trade we* a* abli-hou hy tha provlaloual government iu thea foal dealirg. the only *ort of free trade they would aluilt, and oiamatiete are allowed t do what tney like wuh their dexll a du*t Hitherto, In ail /?* < ? d*iirr?*tfnnetf the ungrutetul wighte have ridiculed tba Republic with peil'i ct tucciaa, hut t hi u i heir jokea were played off ia lha theatre* of ihe Uourgeid'a. near tha ttnur*e Now 'hat they havegoiiH up the boulevard* toward* thafatlbourga. I he aaun-gooiJa will not *ult the market. The barricade* muat be held In honour, aud tiaribaldl ha letloicd luati'ttd ot 111* I'npo [c'roiii the London Time*. Oct 0 ] The esniruieiit produoad at tha Hriiioa-*'* rhf^re nunc year* ago who* Mr. Vlaerrady auprared there alter In brat .Mnerli--in engagement ia diubtn** a I ill noon iii ill)- UllhU- > ' lliall) play g ?? l.?tl ulxlll *# ban a ainllar n-m? i t ox-iti-moiii at tho Hay uiarkot to jin duco ahtch lhn> ?i*rtaiotttrt whtoli did not p>a> vii u-l> rji't \\ lit u .vir iiHoruiilj io-*ppoarod at th* I'Mi*oi nk'f.lhf mli-ouin w?- nini( !v that whlch fo'lowi-d tlic lot.a tbrrnra I an adinlrod artitt and an oor.cinod pi i* tit n an Laat nish' t ha ourragv r <ui mil toil apaluat Air A.acrrady dun k hi? mi. nJ vUit to amortct t ia jiorllr tn which ho ha t bo?u mpo-i-d and Ui? dignity and ci nr?i..o auh obh'h h? had -u-tainrd tbo-o portlk, airo Iru h iu the mind* of tho wnolo audlmjoo, ai d they rttmod roMilwit that t h?* tmnom thry ho-towod Mould Moid tn Biai kid ooiitraat to ibo ludi|(uUiaa i>(> Infd on tho i tlior aid* of <li? vtlaatlc. lu llio ilimm which Mr Maor> ady rocrlvt-d thero w i? a pooultar aort ?t rr>prrttii| ? uthoMimui,' which diM iu/ut*li? d It from <iihoi rxhihtfIi.iih nt tho kind It ?|v u >l liko tho applau-e of a li.ulMludr , in thlch tho tuajn ity follow* a ti w i*adi-ra but It |iai? tho uitinu that ovary ludirkdi.al oao applauding i>n binoaa aceouut?ou tho tmI ulio if hio own peculiar fooling I ho pu nt bulk of tho audioi i-o rooo Inui tholr i-ooto to (nai Vtr viaeioady a- bo entered. ttio lauloa bout forward from tho diare-ci'Mo to ware thi Ir ? hlta hamlkeiohivf- and halo Uete a hul< it in ail part* of ttia h'>U?e S ioh a toeoptlmi I* c an-U.ii g tar boynud tho powar of patllmu-I ip or ' porliti k " It ? t foilU iho bign p niuiD which Mr. .Vm-ioauy hu.dn with tho l.ouduu public aa an met ntof tahlo tact " A aob< tli to i no 11 tho rharactere which Mr Mao road y lit- ntteucet | In} it anil inimt, tborofnro. t)o familiar to tin ft id our play-goer* i lie grout leatura of hi* lutorpniail'u m ilio tearful poi.pion y aim woiuU i>a mark* tho n|ipiar?lve ittor.l ol a polity oomeleouo. la no voriou* phoooo of horror and roiunrao. On hi* drat njirn.ro ho take* car* to wear an a?po it of - nut x'k idle cboortultif ro ai d buoyancy. thuo pr.rarli gfor tho ooatuil ol an ahlch 1 < to follow lit ihe * -*? ? Willi ha lf Niaihoth alien tho uiutd-r ha* ju-t. beeu o ia nl t-d. 1 e ri |?n rot.tr t ho tenor of iiullt no htont a ornihiug oltoi t a-boa li p do?u tt.n euoigiai wi h ao om ol phyrn-al ?>i|ji.t I bo dellroiy ot m vvrai Hue* lu a whoper tl o vectnt otero tho a tony n- gr of with vhioa bo ti retell* hio doon d leepleoiuo-t. aro c-i.uti md to a ptcluro r la hot airly luipre>m?o In the talli part of tho dioii a aliin iha uiiod of Macb-tlt fiao boc mo lain d lo mine and He effect to loon paralitug tho il if gnawing mieery ol u iiah.tual lemoirale wool eIN.iltvi* ly H i.d> lrd It M ' briou* that all tho tia Ural euerglea of tho n an t aro I" n Utdi d too b I ons c irr ..ling th npbf. and fbat ho bt> arrirtd at tho tarrliila a vloilou tbai print of mind la liup-u-ribla I'ho u.n..orato i ff irto aliioh ho makf- to till Iniu-i-lt tor a whita out of tho alivoo ot uorpomt-uny. aro admirably itoyolr.l, r rf v I on to th l-tlt tuorr clotrly tho roti dvp'.h it I Lu do pair Mooh It th? on Id'U r-u vrrj Iriuino tonor at aritni otilut 1 ai.ijuo'a plif)*t. and tntk ar? ibt vi< l> t.t atfomp'r at chooiiuluo-o. nhon i ha tido f fill tm v lo i urnii'k antlnii hliu In iho l?o a I an t ha mm. tiantiy I- fount to drop hank from In* artifm al ot?>a th a Tho prral art in tto-ro touch- - etit<?t> in plainI) ibr-wmp il.at iho buoyancy -f ho lumuout It no tpi fctanoout pr- di c I'll lint It railad tori n liy a patohi intii n whi-'b ran ylo no por.oa nt ro.uit 1 b* ?t uopi moot nt Mn M arnor to appoar with Mr. Vacriady ti bio r?H<? of p?rtoruiatieo> I* a Ju llfl wi yfrp in ttio pait i.l tho a.anator Wi lia?< to-an .Mir Vainer in " baiter tmtaw ' tbm la-t maht. but ne>e r ran in r an o ii.rwan in i.ait ?i anient ig Ihr tr>t irnn ?bf lullownJ up III* taenia mm of (ho l? It. la l.t l.ei l.et h h lib moet inlaitee lr>u|gtM>t,t'liM tti(l>|l; Inaiklip the difterei.re Uirut hit nhtrtrltf til h' r 1 *11 I he tl>?r> M.I k I 4 to i' II e !< Kites t|ll| ail lit nneai'Mj laiprt salTenaaa and galiiad muelt tflect finui the (n.uirnaatlug ! gura a lid baadautua Uatuira 11I llie lady | i tarda the ml of lha third aot. the snniliit In of I he half p'ira'' ranted leui.aliat ?it a tumult. tha lit ri molt ni'In p lhat th'ie ftaa U'it auflloieiil r m n fur 1 In ir ace'muu oari'-n A general art fur" iVoailit1 aaa islrtd and at laat Mr w all*.'* vim played Murdufl, rauie luraanl. lie at ured tha audieuna that Mr Mebelar Wat ab-eut. but undertook to ay i?u bit oh 1. r. |m n?ib lily that all * bo were lim n mu ted rt i u d rtrtito ticket* In olioee. a repetition f iha tali e pertnruiai.re lha lumuit oat out alugaibar ijln ll> 0 by I lite nld'et# ; hut etna Mr Helmet -a d llal he tr nt ted the hndy if the a mile t.ce would d'l lh-?f utmat tn p.eiei r Ibe Interruption nt a i?rtn mani a teal Hat proreedng "Kb to mn*b tplrlt a-l h wiiio d> muiiatratinaa maeed at node auil he railred a>nld lii.ltrital applause lha tant and g "el la.la trltb ilicb VI htlitft met and subdued tbia llttla didh cnli j did hih' infii.lta credit At llit murium n nt the irau-dy Mr Maeraady *aa rat"I anil rtctittd en ntaiiuu elwllar til ihal auk tl li'h ha hail let II flea-tod no lilt enlratioe vlra V. art.er and Mr M allorli were then railed with loud appetite aud tha taller ai n unaed tho repeiitina nf ' .Vaabtlh'oo Prolay nt xi, to-morrow (Weaaoaday) bring appropriated in " Hamlet " A-lner trim tlalr Mint at* UaKUT Unit hi rkli k* Ovieaaa 11 114b Ctiltad State# Ktoe per tola. I KM Ml a It I mted Siaitt an p?-r < *wU I add. ..... lib a IDtJd Ni* Inrt lit* Kr itti MM. . b'liya atig Da. do la > ?>i*a hh< Do. do ISOU HHt IM* Penntyltanla Kl?a i>?r -nia 7? a Bo Ohm tii* par t uia Ibid. Ml 1 ? In. d.>. It no I Mi a ? Ma-taihuteMt lire per rente, Starling Bui.da. I ana 101 a 101 Soiiln 1 aiulina hloe per 1 anta (baring fc t.a ) (nominal) N I Do (lalmtr k 1 a I. . , . ' a* a ? Maryland Mw p. r anta. sterling Bond*, as a H VIiatteeipi'i hn |.et < aata no a ? im Kit# par anta Starling Bda. , M ? Alahtna Pita par > aata. M a 04 I Im Ida H|g per 1 eat* 3a a ? New I ml tiy ln? per 1 . nt* Ml a ? I oiled alalet l ank Hbaraa lira a Ilk arhiMi Miti hi'tii Krlilaj 1 -.-I i a ontillaaan*#of Inag opetallone lu bo ran ma 1rial an I tba eatcni'M adsa'sed In prira ohirh baa taken | iai" at or a thia ray ?el, 1st mintideiamy ehai g d I'.a mat .if t-ir uiar.et end ?e hair In rt p ri a Hr a' 'leal m riaMeni nt and le an put*' 11 j in p'M*? <f ii i t > h ir ? / ? i m*- <ii |??lllol I II if.r |>*rt f hU)'ll <'?r "'it wtilt-li ha?r fn? > li?? Itrrii id Imuil h*< b-' iim nji.if lit i >'i?i1 M.J r?n. r?i I I nt. i inj asd ? !* ? bi| lii|t but titr Nbtkttii <?i# tfoli v|?oii'?,>t*..r? Mr ct rrniitt wbmf ti'itiT it'.tt, > ! ia wa ul ?U \ rl.lt tub" ft bt'll.r.t lit hrrn ili-IB. tbrtf d* utijl lit btm |?|?I?II? Mri itrtl III. \m B Iranr- nt tj ft I it-rr a ?y I"- idiJ i? b??? Kr?n liilly itbH-l' I "B rl Irtlagi <1 I'll tl?'?r d-trrlpli'B' *bioh had ul lite i.?. o. ii B'tl iH'i h??, lu maaf ?*- hr-? |t?.l. III! It air II kt't <if prill!)I n niiHlM. fm a I S In Wd |?f p'nr ba? br-n r?a.i(*d itpn.i tn? ?.tr, r< a ! '?* itf latt ?? \t hil>t 'b?- ll|iui ?i rlct lit gifd >! 41 Itlnl |<tf sad < ""m?r J ur.lut IB ft i|,r h.-Bi |ri ftrwrtp'i>.|i? t t g.tult tilMli rl'tB l? dr|rtt>( Bid tbr p?Hiii"ii n( Misb rriiJ*rrl "till n it 1 n.) ariB-rlim Ihmi il t?? ii'tti iiitu i ' I' t iu r<<'ioii \ av) film* h?t<< aim* n ?tic?* thn *# I af ! llur lr<t?niloii to r< liikM.o rtnri tl u? la i )?n a mi u>i|t> inquiry |,rr>?la bill t'f h n ? it capon, aoatra- tin ??rt with 'ti? la I an n am ! < i?i >hf ii ??t amine ' * I ll? Milirr a*h> d by i|i1uii?f" bw k m i. i? M I * It a ar.y in-'aura* n> 'ha ntmi il Irua ? i l> p* f lb I i i H'i it l.tfibMl Oct 11 Wc bar* tHU ??? tn antra* but In tic alt*ren'h frcin I <| w a> n?. Tk> ittrr I) lit Hi ilran t*. cla a a lunm rjin rrc lb* pa* a ?> i f -a?'?ily lntl? In ?ii>t| ! ranc u ay a ? b" I'titbii n| tk> 'fltli'f ot ? ?4 rifbl la th* a arhat at pi-r??nt V\ ? i|n?ta lo Hm li'ili u>ait *t lit 1t? ivifw ij- M ; A>?a 0i ttc ITf III Sfirril <bo|? ntr|i?t o| i?|t ht? kml fakrti fur Nm Otlraa* it trim IM In lt? h- r? if |*riMr iii Niw t r* ta *t*a<iy at lit, t" Nrt ilf. Iran*. tli W? a<il to I ha otbar purta af Ui? t aii?4 Until tn m til 10a to tl apt \t i If.Td "f th* tahnoaar h><na*il Trait aha a ani'tif a> fcmMfc ta a'hurt il*? itmn "a a I thai a* if abdi eMail a -lac* who ?'<iai>ntt*<l *eiat4a, baa baco I h? ufraao ta a capital aaa. .J