Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 10, 1849, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 10, 1849 Page 1
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T H NO. 6633. The ttrault of llie KImIIuii. We fire Li low a lint of the Statu officer* supposed to be t-lecUd, thi ugh it is totally iiupoj.-lblx to coujecture with ?n/ degree of c*rtaiuty. in conva-juenoe of the curlouK ?ny in which the couutiea voted. Ai an iartai ee. St Lawrence orunty give* ?buut 600 democratio uinjoiitj on the State ticket, while a whig Sheriff, and one wjjjtf member of Aitreuibly. are elected. In Lewi* county, too. there in a democratic majority of 2!>3, while 13each, ti e ?h'g candidate tor Canal CornrnUdoner, lit?- a majority of 3t>0 Tbe following are the i>er?on* supposed elected : ? ('unit af ?1 ii'rali Freeborn G. Jewett, deni. Jitiarwy Genera/ Lev! 3 < haltield, dem. Stair fiison Inifttclof.. . Dailua I Ui k deni. Cautl Commit siontr.. . .NelMin J Beach, whig CtmylrnlUr Waxhuinton Hunt. whig. Trtmtvrtr A1 v?h Hunt, Arbij{. Stttrlary of State < hiietopher Vlorgau. whf< ?ngin*>r and Surtrgar. .He^.ekiitb C Seymour, Whig. All the above wire supported by the auti renters except Nelion J. Beach. Frederick Kolli-t, democrat, bavirg teen nominated by tbem Beach runs oonftldeiably ahead of those who were not on the ant%-enf. ticket, which 1j tbe reason for t|ie supposition of his eleutiou 'i'bey probably pi lled about 5,000 vote*.. We giro below tbe members eleot of tbe Senate and A:? mbly a.' we bave received them ; but, as the votes d maty i f the corntiea are ?o curious, we do not pretilid to give ary probabilities whatever :? \\ hlgs in Italics; democrats in Roman. 8KN \ T K. S. W. I'aitlhuo*. President. Oil. Oil. l.-WQIlia H. Brown. 17 ? ? 2 ? Joltu .7 Cross. 18?John Noyes. 3.?ii. S. If n/iauir. IK?CbarlfH .V.Mann. 4.? C la km" Crnliui. 20 ? A. C Stone. 6 ?Jau.n tV. Itrrkmun. 81.? A SKinner. C.?u tti V itorgan. 'Zl?(Seorgr Gtddet. 7.?B Biandrcth i3 ?Levi Diinmick. 8 ? l>u?id Vun Schuiok. 24 ? Wrllmm J B?uch. $*.?JiniifS C. ( urti*. 26.?H. B Stanton 10 ?At. Stkoonvtakir. 20 ?George B. Guinnip. 11? S H JahHion. 27Samuel H Miller. VI.?J. C. Urartt. 2S.?jihmzu S. Uphtm. 13.?JriUii a Si. tyUiik. 29. ? Charles Colt 14 ? I hi a as Crook . 30 - J. H. Doolittle. 16.?V iliUni A Uart. 31. ? (harge U Vabcock. 10.?George H. Kox. 82 ?Kohert O ctn. TUB RESULT IN I IOITRKS. New Senate Old Senate. Whig' 10 24 Dt-mccjaU 16 8 Tie 10 The wbi^a elrot 17 and the democrats 13. If, in the SrA eiitfeiith district, a whig in ell-etui, there will be a whig m?j' rity ot four ; but if tli<* democrat* have tuoci ei< d, tt,? *H< majority Hill bo two. The matter jit rnuiius in doubt. ASSEMBLY. Die. Oil. new York. Moituomht. X.?John //. White. 1?Sam ml Q (ireen. i 2.- jHrnra lioutn. S?L Barms nUDbs. 3 ? IKory J. Allen. <5*11*100 a. 4.?Jilt am M iktnan. 1?JamtSN Noxon. 6?Ttwin at Trutlow. 2?t'.J. W ing. ft ?J. tV.^lUin 8uii.i?ai?. 7.? Henry J Kay mend. 1?J. F. Huth. 8.?Hitij IK. Hrudfvrd. CAtvaA. 9.?J. V. li Kowler. 1 -J. Townsind. 10. -James Monroe. '1?J, Ui< hardiwn. IX.? Gilbert C. Dean. i?Jishbeljivtry. 12.?Abiabum li Darla. Wkiicmicitm, 13 .?Jitt/ih far num. jr. 1?IF'm H Uohertion. 14.? Oiorge (i ?'?Im. J-Jw l,yi)D. 16 ?John J Townstiid. Dctchbm. 1#.? Jiliart Oilltit. \?JohnB Luckwoad. K im.i. Putnam. 1? T 11 Heading. 1 Bowna. 3-E. W fttkt. Oniiiiii, l?JvknH.bmktr. 1 ? Jfm Graham. Hichmoku. 2?G. Owen. 1-B. P. Prall. 3-M. C. Story. Ai.hant. Munui, 1?C. \nt>ai-Tit?. 1 ? M. D. Hicks. a-Jo, I II A?M. 2?L. tv. Smith. 2?it . II 1'itnyn. 3? JE. Harmon, b? W. W. Shr;iard. Oixnn. 8< iit:->faiADr. 1 ?John C Gardner. 1?Jamtt JiU'n. 'i?U. C. Ward. Omii.oo. Kit ik. 1?// y'ttshuglk. 1 ?Orlando Jllten. 3? WiUWm 1. tin it. 2-Klijah Kurd. Okl.AANA. 3 ? Ira C Irish. 1-8. M. liiirrr>ui(b*. Camlet. LlllMlltOH. (t.'nin. 1?Ah /.<an. 1?B'i'/uw ./ Baron. I!- 11. JoCfM. 2- William Htwet. Hoi ki aho. 3?Itatph Meli?tnnh. 1?B. J Allium 4 - Luther LtUnl. 8t L?wi inci. Fvito.i k Hamilton. 1-Cl.auijefy l>odga. 1?Cyrn* browurll. 3-Will'.au> Krlpft*. RtcnaaBi-Aaa. 3-Luthtr Whttu?y. 1?K. 1' I'lokt-tt Um.iMK. 2 - I aaiiuji SUfltlon. 1 ? T\rtt,iort /,. i'rnott. ?S ? (Jrmrgf Uttlry. il-alosio i'utci, Uxwnint, I?Elia?Cady 1?Jam*!) 2? Pet?r CrtipdL U? H-r.amiH C. u >?. Viru. S? P.. I! l.rai en.furtk. tern crat 4? liariey At. drtws. Ci.i*to*. Wikhil.*. O. K. Tbooias. Cyra* Duinbam. The /Ibany -Irgui, of y*terday, rpi-aking of th? result. uji Tb? t< t* t* cstTvnMy olo?e ??o much so, that upon the mult in a tiiigl* oounty (Dei* war*) iuuoU ui?y <l?p* cJ In all but four r untie* (Inclu<iinir Pi-lawar*) thi *bi^? har? a majority ol only 7o.1 Th? countir* tob* lutid liom run OT?rc?m? thl? majority on tb* *ntlr* llrkrt, and nny d > no Hat th* probability In. that I Ma'mi* mil -how raaJnrltlM lor portion* of *anh tlrV rt ; anil wi- do not ?> pcot th? txury in?joriti<M of 1811 in Htriibcii at 4 I'bva ? ? tlia'.. * Inl* w do not doubt that lb* <l?-micr:?t* < 1m-t \ i> 11 ? . 11 i batf'. ; I Koll> : t aod < lark, ynt. * if lb* Tote in I>*la? nbmild hi h? w? auppoaw, tb* rnriilUK of tbe ticket *111 b* at l"a*t in doubt Of coor> ' tb* majorltl** Kl??n tbroiub ?ff ban I tel?pra|'bie laporta. iff ml?ji ?t to **rtatlou ; aad it may b? Lj.a' In r>latlon to am* of th- canlidat**. tb? pr?I i>? T. I ' i I b- k II ? :i unlit ? rtain-*'l b/ til* iflicial t ar,ram In tn<- roilntjwa, on t'ii>-?il.ay n*?t To t'.* Sinat*. th* wbl;;? flrct |fl mamtMra. and th* ill morralr 11 a* far *? ii?ard (>f tb? I ? > rrmmolng, tb* eb?nerf ai* lu la?or of on* Urm jo rat and agaioiit th? ctb?r To tb* Hon?a, thr dunrnrat* ar* a?c?r!alnrj to har* (' i'l>'d A4 unnV'tt anil tb" wblg? &1 Klgtit n<>tnb?ri remain tt b* b ard from, uf wbicti tb* democrat* will, tio drnbt i-bettbi**; abieb *111 glr* tb* democrat* til Bk%)Otit/. TKbKUH MM. Alha*t. Not. 9.1*49. 8t. La?r*tir* *l?et* a whig 8h?riff. on* ntftnb -r of Ar-*nil>ly at;d glri-a only CoO for tb* ooalillon Stat* tirkct i bl? waa brought to (Hwgo ihi* morning, oy p*??? Bf?T? ?ho 1? ft i 'jJ'ri'l.U'g'i yrat*rday, and hy kt'ff frrm th? editor of tba Ofdntthtrgk Smlirul to tb? J mi ol thl? ritr In Sb'Ut.' n county. th? d?mo<>rnta hara a majority of fOO ?'? li.c Slata ticket Th? democrat* hare aUod two mauit?r?, ani ona U in doubt. ANorilKR DISPATCH. luxr, No* 9. lilt Tnt St l.awranp* d'wn at '(? oo tha democratic Ha'? tlekat. Tba whig ?h?rlfT In vla^tad 8t*ur>n enm** to u? from tba RocUtUr Dtmieral afir . j fi r lh? icUHlMl Tha Haltli. *an??i.? ano ptriarriii. Pr flattrrlaa, U. 3. A ; Hi n M Stary. ranffhk?ip?lr J B Kuo*. l-lttrburgh; |?r. Kln?l?y and *l?t?r, la ; I ti'lf Mor 8 D Worn rou?hk*?t>?la ; Hon B flrandivih Hrg Sinci Jo??|ih Maokay, Montreal; i?ao. TV Vcl ran. I htladrlphia. M < "iirad and Ivly, rhllftrl 11 ) ta. John vllnh \ V j J I. |MM lady a i I >' ?t. r rhiln 1.1[ hU. I r / I'h >rn I iry t M \ ; < apt II I'nfraU s \ , Llrut. I < Hunt. I.' U.K.: H. B flomanllla nirbiiinnd; Murllto Noy?n nod lady. VLl Urn M. Til>h*1t* and family I'r y. W A I hilllpa, Ar.'lr?w KaM< n A ?. I' >*rry. M >nlr?at; (apt hrrlitl. R A ; I apt J. *V U?ri|n?r, R. A ; W. II V < "Brad. Pan KranrWco. ?ara aiuooft tha arrlrala jMlrtlay at tha Irving Hon**. I.PWl* 1'IITHI unci m-nnj r ru ni-i )? ... ?r lady and danjhtar, New Imk, J <* Otlfr. V*d?m? rr??r?1t P I. Baitlft a- 1 lady. New \ .r*. Ml?< F. (' A'li'n- l^nlnrr \!a*l Mr< H y I I'ortlan 1. wera aaiet>K tba airlval-yesterday at th? ( nlon I'uca HoUl. Clrtnlt Cnnrt. B'fnw Mi4fn Itiirihnt Not. P ?Tlngh Hrynoldt n //..?* fmn.?Tbla wan an aafloD for trrrpaaa ant a**ault and hattery. It bfflcg alleged that the defendant on the TOih Vareh, lui, with fotea and arm? fcroKe and entered the dwelling, bona* of eon plain -it. In l.eonard at re at, and then and there ereated a disturbance. aa<l broke to pl*eaa wmdnwa. lecka he . and al?o a?lted hN fond* and ehattel*. lb- d? tenee ?a> tha' th-? > a * <? ... ml r> w and that Mr Mnn. ?be went there tinpr*t?*dlr Madly. tec aired InjurlM iilm^lf In the ?</ > The >|iieation forth* Mrj ? 1 >. w!i.-ther t li- del. i.daot ln?'u d th? in h to U)a rlolrnrf or whether he ?*? not drawn there a< a (pretator The etidence ?? coawa liciory on thia V int > atdirt t"f ?l. feodant Ittdfa Mro-ada will prealde at ?p?r ?l tarm. to h^?r tvtirna. thl? nxraing Hatfdav I The Affair *t in. ?>|.ern Hone*. Iu> m id.t'i, 1 1*19 8lr Daring read thl? ruing. Tor tha flrat tree. * -,i i , i I n \ nr | <>p r > f ? > M 'i loal l'-a<l?d 11at an Opera kc and 'tn 1 Oh* "rtft ' In whic^ an oflle r ?t lb* |(?.t al Aillliery |? m?r.t n. d aa harln t b*?i eon?em?d lu ao aifali ' * to hate oocurr d on tha aterlt.fl of ' b? fl'h lb* to la'alla' I aa?thaanly oltli rr i f the Ho>al artillery In N a ? I oik a' the tl?a?, aid tt at I did not attend t h? Italian Opera on tha artiiin* la 'inratl .n I ha?e in hwnor to ba, air, Tour abed at a?t ?-an?, I W Mil. v aitO, |,|->?t R\ Vft. Tnaf'mtoa Nta >a?? lltrai.o E NE MOI Tb? Aew limiiiMhirc r'ciilvnl Iii Boston. [Krom tbe Doeton traveller. Nor. 8 J Sl'EKCHKS OF UIK HON DANIKL WK1I8TKR, ON THK KAKLT HISLORY OK NKW HA.Ml'SHIKE?THK KAKLY HISTORY OK Ol.'K RKI'I IIUC?ITALY?H'i.NQART? THK POLICY OK NICHOLAS OK RI s*IA, &C , iCC. 1 hi New liampHbire h'efiral. on Wedne.-day, na a l grand nil air The ^ath'-: i of the sons of the Statu new rerddtut in Bo-ton, inu?t have turprUed every on* '1 he prooerdcn. to announcement was formed at the state lloii<<a at o'clock and moyrd with remarkable prvmptitude thr- U|(ti the prescribed route. The uuuiliv. notwithstanding llie unfavorable state of the weather n u-t have been eonMderably over one thourkbd. niaruhing lour al>r*a?t. accompanied by two tine bund* ol luumo, and a better looking jet of men, taken in the aggregate it would not be easy to tind The streets through wMch the procession passed, were crowded with antum'ed end delighted spectators, and we heard many an expree.-ion "t astonishment at tbe numbers and appearance ot it, as the long line of the sou* of the < Id (iranite State panned along by 6 o'clock, the entire comuany were comfortably eeateal in the siaei'.us hall of the Kitchburg depot. I 'I hu nrdnlil i n? >. Hi > u r nf thu riKnail itn u* u a thu H.irt I Jjaiilel Wtbsler The ball wan beautifully and approi prtately decorated and arranged as we have elsewhere de*cr;bed. and the tables with amply and tastefully : : pread with th? be-t the market atioids, served in .Mr. | Wlickt'l nt) but ll)ll a bles.-lug was invoked by the Rev. Kphralm Peabody. aud after Dearly an hour devoted to the feast, thank* were returned by Kev Baron Scow. At about 0 o'clock. Mr. Web-ter arose. amidst enthusiastic cheers and shouts of welcome, aud addressed the vast assemblage as follow*: ? am. wehster's si'kkch. Residents of Boston aud its vicinity. native birn of New Hampnire?we meet here to-day in honor ot our native State, to commemorate aod record our grateful affection for her. to aekuowledge the obligation that wit all fe< 1 under to her, for her care and nurture in ; eur eaily days Coming into this, another Sta'e, we have not brought with us all our affection, all our at- | taohment V> e bave invited to meet us, to-day. many i distinguished citizens of New Hampshire. They have | answered our invitation, aud have come in numbers. It Diny be considered partly the place I onoupy to bid them one acd all welcome (Applause) Welcome, ye ot New Hampshire ! original ing from every part and quarter of our native Stat* ! It you o >me from the pleasant valleys of the Connecticut and Merrimac. welcome ! If from the sea shore and the lakes of Stratford welcome ! ( ome ye from the Mahammck >>n<i the sides of the crystal hills, welcome ! welcome ! (Cheers.) It was not in my power, gentien en. to meet you in the hall of the State House before dinner But I meet you h?re, aud in the name of us who have prepared this celebration, 1 greet our guests, aud. in my own name. I greet all. 1 think they ray the Chiuese have a heathenish custom, when they meet generally, for one to shake hn own hands to his neighbor That is not our oustom. I,et us be more classical ?' (hi Outfit thrlra nun jungrre daiur." Let us follow the English aud the Saxon custom, and rLal;e liand.i with our friends 1 give my bands to the friends next me Let us embrace,' mure titajmiwi," aud have a good hearty shaking of hands (Ureat eheeiirg. while Mr. Webster shates bauds with bit friend*, followed by uinny of trie company ) OentlfiufD. all the world admits that identity of local origin i* a tie of connection au< sympathy. especially if it bo strengthened by early assoclatUm by the mreting with one auother lu tl.e echnoi-bouse. an 1 in the early tociety of life. We have migrated from one State to another Our migration ban not been far Nor have we come among stranger* nor haTe ?? bad a a#w tmgue to learn~liew principles to imbibe?new affair* of life to puriue ; but. uxverth*less we have changed our alleg'ance?we hive changed our ciuzeusbip ? we hay* choired our social relations .New Hampshire men once in all these respects. we cease to bn New Hampshire nu n now. in vrury thing but gra'.itude in the renieuibiance of the past. today we rneut to rtisume Ihese feelings, which belong to us as citi/.eus ot Massachusetts; to put on the New iiaiup>hire characUr, and ree how well it may (it us hire, in the metropolis it the State to whioh we hare come Uentlemen. our lot is propitious-singularly, remarkably propitious We are the native sons <f oue State, we are the adapted children of another; and we re proud of both. ( Wa?m applause ) We de-dre not to forget whence we came, ?ud Heaven forbid that we should lot get where we are We hare met. I ray. to commemorate our na'ive State. We value it aocrding to its merit* it* deserts ? which we believe high a id honorable V\ e value it for what nature has conferred upon it, and for what I:* hardy tout have doue for themselves. W e believe and we know, th.it its scenery Is beautiful, that It SUM are all healthful, tbut it* mountain* and lake* are surpa?-lugly grand and sublime if there be anything ou this uontinent, tlie work of nature, m bill* and lakes and s?as,and wouiii, and forest*, strocgly attracting the admiration of all thore who leve natural sceuery. that Is to be found in our mountain State of .New Hampshire. We are attached to it on these aco< unts It happened to me. latterly, to visit the northern part of the Mate. It was lliilUUiU 1 Jir irvrr ??i ?uo i"iri?v, mj lur ui?uuivr?vi"U of the IfiiN, had presented oca of the tu beautiful spectacle* lh.it the huuian cm rest u;i'.n ; but the low aliii deep tuuunur of those forests. the I.m? riding Bail spiiaalig *ud clasping tbi bret<U uf the mountain*. ?b >r? brim *pi? >-ti 11 high and br^ht la 1 the sfcfes?all these ludicated that a v.intiy Mortu t ou it* wing?that tbesplrit of the niountalu wasstirr. d, and that, ere long, the tolce of tern pe ts would sp-a*. But eret> t lii* ?? exculug etri'.luK to those oi ui who wire wltae-sri before and exciting in It-elf aanu exhibition of the grandeur of uaturti scenery. I-or tuy I pait. I t" It the truth of that seutluieut. Applied eiso- ; , where ni. l rn another occasion. tbtt " Th? loud torrent m l tie wliriwiad's r^ar But blbd oiu to my native mountains mure." ' (Applau-c ) Ours U n?t one of the richest of the Siai>?. It dm-* uot compare with Massachusetts in It* fai l!itin of mercantile or commercial occupation and enterprise. Its aoll In Metlle antl stubborn, but the resoluti n to mbJue It Is stubborn also. I nrileutmg rocks hate yield'd and doytild t ? unrelenting labor, and there i? production. an.I health and pleuty, anl cmifort, over all her htlls and u any of her valleys ? manly etrergth the i,.rv?<l arm i t freemen, each ona tliiian hi* own iand. and landing ou his own soil eni joy log wt.at he tarns and ready to deteud It?these hat t* tnad* ail couif >rtnbii'and all h?;>py Nor need we lie asliaiin d "| In r 11r my. her religious, her social Inntltutli'i * I have seen *ud othets of my age have neen. the church end the >ehoo| h'.u-? rise ia tli? very untie t i f ihe forest, and *'aud and be vl*ited lu the xnldt of ?i?i r mows. And wr.ere these things lie at the 1( utxlalii'li and commencement of society - wh re the worship of Oud the oli-ervai.ee of moral* and the culture cf lb* bun n ailud taK* bold of tin o gmlo f > re?t to iubiiur tl by ?tr< 04 >rm> and ctrong i:iu*<j1?h d p-ido|'Dit tvMioh pwnplw f*< r fail. (*en?'ion) KlUj ?h#r? iirrj'- limt i>u her bill* nil tlrrK ir? tie nrh< olheune* I'lm *rho lhou?rt ? ?bo ?h*ll upeii't of that all cvrr Nnw I nulau i a? it oagbt to b rp >trn ot ? W ho ehnil rpeek ?i they aught to ha *p .K n of. of the ?i*<J<>ia. *tul ti realgbt and b-n*-ro|?nc*. and >agaclty ul our lorafa^hare, for wttUuhliiit m a gr-*t public pi lie* f r llm b<-u? Ot of the whole a.1 a TiU-lne,?? lit which all ar? Intereeted ih? gr? at *y.t. in of puMIe ln*trurti nf I'lm wi rid had prerlu ly ?een ml hire Ilk# It. But the world. in ?oma part* be* place copied front It. Ilul where, whan you t?lk of filtering government* ef protecting g >veruin?nt? -of governDienf* which r< tnlrr to ub^Viitr that pr it*ctlno wblrh t^e allegiance r t MihjecU d> maud* ?? here l? It I e-k, j 11 at a? li?r? art I h u? It ha* rnin? to ba a gr? at ati J fundamental proposition. etl-ling before c->u?tit utlon*. that It to tha duty the b mo'ien du'.y of government* eouipoaad by the ripraeaniattou of all. tn lay tha fouudatlin at tie bappinew and r?-pertabi|ity of eociety, Is ui>lvrr.-al t duration? If you ran tall ma mub a canotry < ut nf .New I tp'ai d I would h- (lad to h'-?r (fit. I k' n? I.l II'LB I ha .< r?aj f nooa (?p Iilsu?e ) Ututlrtr.rn. I ha tuhablt iuU of our Nee l*mp>hlre wont taiu* aara. It mu t ha e?nf<*?t<*d from tha fii?l ra'b?r IncUted t.. a uutiMiui villi I b-lleve that In e? mtcon to inn atalnou* r? glrn? la in'Mt |>trli efthe w tlrt Seotlanil and Nwltaerlnad aho? Ilia ?? | lini It- r t f anlr, ?<rong m> n In ni ntalnoa* region* atta' h?d to war and t<< the clia-e. and It la not uufurtunaia lu our .V w llamp^hira bl?tory that ihli frntlm-iif ta a considerable d"gree prevailed ; for the pnritltD of tbH?nunlry aad llii'C.ali'?l lb* paoplara^lcd fur It* exttcoe. B> k*?w that iN?? llanip blra ?<< aeltWd In all It* fn n'ler town* under e* ?u.n? ance* nf tha m at dargerou* an I difficult nature aad character It aa* a bi'idar ala It IhiNmH i? tla IM'lM aiid nn Ika lr-ort. naari and n ition* eiaey* c >up!?d togither in tba languega < f our lathaina* counton anruiira to th- > I'M* eipr?ad the truntlarii- man of Na? llnnip-htra ??|??rially to |>rpetual ?ar toperp tnal d?iig> r at l? aat of war I'lir p?npia forget 1 bey furgitboo noeet It Ik tl at the laterlor ilmb<nler uiatry of Ne? Hampshire, w+m ea'tlad and ref>laiai"d. a id niade rate from li d an dapraJati a. All tha *<mId ri-?da that New Kti?land Ik the otd ?t part if tha L nltrd S'aten or one ot tbe' Idaat. It li*a haen lieikrd upon w ion* e-tihd Hut In regard to tba frontiei* of , our native Mate the *< tliaa.eiit ha* lire* recent. I.til up to the tiaarf the blr h i f amca vt u? n?<a llrlng Ibaia ??> i-otiie dagri a cf dauber t '. ru li.dia:i d'-p-eda Hot a. Ii dian . at* liability to ludlau a aanltc Whole reneiatlone at lea?t on* entire geoerntl in tilled tha land ami ral*ed fhalr bnul with th--ir ar.n? in tb?lr | I.I. I i" It III Ilir n l"? W ? yni Ml * r ar . not ??>* pprrcl^f th* j i.f thujHi frontier titnlf liriill'inia. I h?t? d>> itghl to nani|ij mrn-h of JiurtiOio My Ti'lc* ? * lltlj" ? n familiar in jr.Ill all. '! kira arr othi rF I" jnu III ll*t? n at?b m -fa era flfifa'l" n Iwillnnlj ril?f. inn ?.*ry l?? woijn t.i the j eli |i hi-iit) i.f tlii*our na'ltr Mala, and In daring that I III mailt Inu oiil j i bo ft' a: Men ?l?i m? n-d tha l?"oi ara Ion of li?<!?|i?ndi"Uri' mill wb" |>ot thHr mm * to tli?* I ? ii?tl'!itl'>o tf tha I nl'HKntM IhirDM'jMtmn of It.iWpandi-iira nn Ilia part (if Nn? Htmp-hira *< ifMll In tha hrat |rlara i y inatah lltrtlnt I ha Haitian* irr of high alluatinn in |.ubilo lll? *nd a nuni'miti faintly Ji'tiM m Mp^.u ?? an- tbar ah.i atijnad tha l)??l?ratl' n II# lafi. no d-rrendant* lla l?ft '>< Hin( Inn blr bi? nama ami bi? faraa l>r at tin*# 'I bi tttnn ??i an tb?r ind hx dctl?it< ar? In N?a Ifaw^bln. I* ft?|i? and alar ?li at a Or I'b >fnluli ? ? KM ot i in mi ?f ar.ii tit a..|?? of nwrtj bi?t ?%?, a? It >i?|.| . i,? d nut at Tbll <di-lp>iia ?n tha 4th nf I i*iy, }*J?. In a lh? ?<>!? >a> p???<d Ha hufrl-d Iron.adlata'y to I Mtadalphia Vim ka?w tha* aftar thta r jta tba rt?ri?Taili n ?aa i nlj In ha mrn bt lb" ^tMi l>nt. Id a In.tbar Ma*a ot tha prnti-aillr ?< it ?a? raad.v f?t tha Ibuludual t'gnat tata? lb - ltr?t of th? inamliar* *bn tbm ilfttd *?ii In-iaVj Karali-'t nf ft*m I'ami. ihltf i hi* a* it ?m Inhn H bl,i|i|- < f Haat>?liir? >i?i'h?? 1 bnrtit?n dirt tint il|>i tmni?ilia'.?ly ?>"?* ! a ka ?R? l?ot Ibira Otbar* ?^nt on to gl^n anrt tha \ dam??? Jnu ri man har rig nad tiait f > tha tw m m bara i I >n II am p-lira vvfci.n I b <rnt ra na to a<pii tfca ttr?'t |dara to hi* 01 unai-n patii?? *a* ? !"? tbc i'^h: hai.J il l", at lb* b<>ucai, i Unta it I W YC 1N1NG EDITION?SATUI tanda, Matthew Thornton (rhei-ra) II* Mid be would i?et ax near his colleagues a* he oould, and eo he put his name there. (Appause) WMl gentlemen. w? ha?e oome to the constitution of the ( nited States. Jobn Lttngdon and Nloholas (iillumn represented New Hampshire Mr Laiigdoii hat lull descendants bibind him, honorable and worth/. An exoeilent woman and an cituiplary daughter of his. oorered with respectability, now live* iu Philadelphia Niiliola* Oilman. of a family always an honor to bis (t>l. an.t ilUii. . .f .knn. I .l.u ... V, night, loft no children. At this period of time, without disturbing individual opinion or party feelings, 1 may rp> uk of the early members of Congress. When ttils constitution fiit-1 went Into operation. the men of N il astlsted in formiug the original organic laws ? assisted, and were oontldvd in by the first President of the United States. and did all that they could do to put the machine In epeiaticn. At the head of thlj list wai Sutnuvl l.lverntora, the father of seveial gentlemen of r?fpectabllity Also Jeremiah Smith and after that, William Gordon men of power and re?pect.ibillty, and impression iu the council of the country, This gruUmien. was the history, the early history, of our State, so far an we may summarily comment upon It here tonight. In regard to the military charactei and the civil character of the revolutionary heroes. and the eurly stattsmen, and In regard to everything which was dene. or ought to be done, or was expected to be dune, to bring New liatnp.-bire honorably and respectably Into the great circle of our I'liion. gentlemen. 1 leave all the rest for older tongue* and frontier recolU'?tions, and mora persuasive accents I sit down myself, filled with profouud veueratlon for the character of n.y native State, and acknowledging to her my owi personal debt for her culture and nurture, and determine!. no tar as in me lien, to tram-mit that obligation to there who shall come after hie The first toast read by Mr Webster, called up Judge Wuodklht. who responded brietly and Pertinently ? The second regular toast, In oonipliment to Massachusetts called up lion Mai. -mxi i. I'. Wii.i>k*. one of the Governor's < 'ouncil, who. In the absence et the Oovern?r. responded in a neat speech in behalf of hia adopted State Mr Whistkr rose and stated that' circumstance*" had prevented the allendanee there of 11 on. Lewis t ess, but he should read a letter from him. At the meuilou if the word " circumstance,'' the recollection of the recurrence of the word iu auoiher letter, came to the audit nee, and a roar of laughter (book tne hall When silence was restored, Mr. Webster read the letter of Gtn. Cast, adding a lew remarks, in whioh he made honorable mention ot that gentleman's talents and cervices, and spoke very feelin ;l,' of his own personal knowledge of him when tlu-y were boys together at the Acauemy In K.xeter. of which the vene.able l)r Abbott, now no moia wax the principal, He said he l ad through life entertained for Mr. * a-s, none but the kmdect te. iiDgv He considered him a great man. and one who. in whatever " latitude" ke might pitch him self would always give a ita.,ou tor it. Mr Webster rt ad ft letter from Gov. blnsiuoor, and afterwards propored Lis health. Mr V ?.?>Ti.a took leave of th? assembly in th* following impressive and eloquent manner: ? 1 he regular toa ts have now been gone through?I have occupied this chair as long as it seemed to be convenient i.nd with a few parting words I now propose to resign it to another (irntltuien, departing from the character of particular States, leaving fur tne present and as last. the agreeable thoughts that hare entertained us. of our own homes aud our own origin. It au>. r?? m I n n<a tmfAVu wa war* *><># imMAnua <? ' ? - - ? -- ?" < -> -= should call to our attentioy the market! character of the age In which we live, and the great part tUnt in tt e d^penRationa of divine I'rovidence we are called upon to act in it. We are id an ?ge of progress 1'hat piogrer* is tot.ard* felf government. by the en:i,{hteued p'?ti< n of the community, every where And a gre?t i( notion i?. how thin impulse is to be cariied on, with- i nut b< lug carried to exeunt?how popular government can be ttubltthed without runuing into lioeiilioutnem. That in the great question and we have leeu hi w diftlci.lt it i* by thuse not taught in the itchvx'l of imperii nee, to ettablirh t hat government It i- a cern non triitinient distributed liy those who would revolution! e hump*, that to be free you have only to will it 1 bat ia a lallary. There taunt he prudence and a balancing if department* and there luiiKt be pernoni who will teach the tcienc* uf government ; and there are but few, except in thlt country, mho can t< a>)h that ici^nee ( Hear, bear.'] And we have arrived at II.Ik ability by au ? xpeil. net of a hundred yearn ? .a nd how hat it oonie .' V\ by. we are an olfthnot of the Iirltloh eonetitution. We came here and enlabliihed , thin government by n great popular principle, and that it by reprei-enlativi) power, and our people have been aceuktomed to tblt for two huudred yearn. To abide by the voice of the representative* fairly choMn-I'j the edlcta of ihore who lut^e the legislative ena<-tni*nti hat hem our policy Aud from the flrnt i-ttn ment of the c. l? ny at li} mouth. through ail our tt l>*ri|Uent l.i-tory, we have adhindto ihli principle We threw <ft the poaer of the king We tl-o rejected the power Of the parliament That wat John \daui*' U"1 KIUI- u11 Hi?v in tun wnj vnr pttniAUifllV who Dot allude d to Id l)m l'rciarnUou of I ud?-p?iidt tica. 1 be eilowlef acknowledged the power of tho cr >wn, but never ackuowlt drflng Lbe authority of tha parliament, thi y disdained to give any reuon for throwing otf tha potter ot parliament When the revolution Kmered us fr.ni tl.e mot hi r country thro ?? ha I nothing to do tut to go on wuh our ilrotiuM, eupplylng the governor* not appointed by the crown by our o?n election. > iru to go <11 m* at 0r-1 . an-l that It ?a? which euabled tho eolt.nlea of Khode laland and Connecticut, d >wn to vny late period, to roaLii.ua thur aucent c n?titiitl< tin But where ?l*o eouli>thl? bo done ? Could you | fno to the erloule* of S. nth A tneric* to bod anything 1 i he a representative gOTari.ni. nt ' If you look my. I wbeio, be?id? at France on tha eontlnent < f Korope, j can you r.Dd any tbln; that b. arc tha arpect of a re promWlH (MffMHU? 1 hi ro I* n >tr.ivg. It la very difficult to e?t*l>h?b k free comorvatlve government for the e.|U?l advancement of all tha intere?t? ?f ?oeiaty. V bat bus (>eimauy done learned i>ertor.ny, fulur of aneimt lore than all the woild b <ldr f \V..*t liaa Italy done? what l.ave they done, oho lira on tha rpit ?h?ro ( leero and Justinian lived' Tliey bate nut tlie povri-r if ralf-governinent which a eomineo t< wn met tlnx pw'Mm ( tpplau*? ) Now I ray that ifco'o p? ilie ? h. hate g'-ne trom our town mcetln^i to dig g'-ld in tallfornl* are more tit ta maka a republican got oriitm nt tl.nn any b<>dy of n.en in Wer*?nr, to can e tliey have lenined Ihia one gleat l???n -that tl.i r* la no n*curtty without law and tiiat. under t!io cirrunittaiicea In which they are planed whero there In i.o military authority to rut their throat*, n?d tl i Ie In no will but the will of the majority?that, t l.i le'oi e If they i cumin. I h-y tiiuat miIhihI to that will. It la tl.o | rnah ore .f Ibix gi-feral rentimeut of obediet.re to law lLat tliey mutt tiara representative*, and that it the> be airly chioen. t heir edict* niu?t atand that tt ay v ill ?rtaMi>-h government upon tha loaioiatM U l it flea ha-lt and m thin* e|,? will. Wow. I ihlt k, gMi'ltmen. that while we prenerlba no |i<rm< abile we <J tate t<< nob' dy, our nila.?K>n i* to ?how that ktotPtitutl<'ti(l r? pr?(omrrtllff government louii'ird on the freant po??lla principle'. < <n do I ran do. for the tdrurrtuml of |i iii ttl mural' ?nl lor thi adi ai cm < at of t gi-tieral prosperity a* much ax ai>) Ubrr goueu joint can l ientteaien. two thing* ate to be awarded One gn-at trut h la, that ui-a In a conservative aga are rajabo of aelf.g vi-rnaieijt toat the etijo)matt of eijnal right* I* a practicable thing, and 11.at fr?ed<m I# not a dati^etouM thing for a h dy politic A til the ether la, that tr< rioui fr ni raetratnt to not Irccl-'iB ibat iloentioutnae* the dl?vh?r;? fiom iroral dutlea ?nd that general tcruiUa which Wad* tlx-idia arid the eitiaiagant to hop? for a tlraa wh. n tL>> j tnaj put tbilr baud* into their nclghl* >r a jxakvta call it what yim plea** It I* tyranny. It i no n altar ah< ih.r th ampernr of Turkay rofca hl??'ibJ?et < I bin property or abator. i,nj?r the no'Ion of ?<1 nal tight* 11 a property arned by another ahall b? taken from bin by a majority I would not cbooaa ih? la,t>r On the contra*y. gira ma Tnrkay. for I would Lrater ?i?a d #p't lo l-n thi-u-and. \\ no * uld la or ll thcia were not a aaeurily that what ba c?rna<l toulil tr l l< u?nf r li|> i>*n aajnymant t -r tha edu. ratl>n if hi* rfctldraa. for llir tup port ?f hl? aga, ai d tha pra'lfcatiun of all bin raa< nal la davlcee' ? i i.i.i in 11 iba event* of tlia pa?t year ara many? they ia> in lo r??tilt ftvtn an lad* fiulte purpoaa ol th ?* ?.o wi-b to (meliorate the aondliion it thing* In luto|a 1 hi j bad no distant ld>a?. I li< r? may ba Itduiiilll bmllli ait'ii g irom It l he*e war* may * n i abat a*>a*ge the imperial away of despot*. fhey hty iiitu lo ei Mltea thi?? aho hold d- ipo |.; poaer tha* tl ay tauy *1 aka llialr o ?n lbtoua?. If thay <tu not yteld pi irethlrg to p> ptfla* ? n and* In tha: ?< n?a, rim gild BMty con<a if It. Tht n. gentleman tbara I* at ? *I ? r a*p> ct V a bat* all bad our ?ya>pathiea in in It a.1 laf it In tin IInrgariaa tfort for I:l?aitf. VVa Kara a l wept at It* failu. - a th ui^ht we ?a? a mora rational l.i p* ol etlabilahltif Indapaiiiiaaca In Hungary tlau In ary otbai par', ol t.ur y ahara tha qa*atl< a h.? U.nln rgit atlin?ltb"i tha la-t tarlra Miitki. But ilwMllii poaar from abroad mt?n?io d totnppraa* it AliI. g*nilat.-n ana' will aoma f It I di not ki ow M my patt, at thi* niom>nt I faal mora InJIgtaut at taaatit ? ?nn? potmretad ill huiua'y than a>l tboaa which par a> d ia bar ftrnggla for llb-fty. (Tr?n.rt d'ti? ol ??rlrg ) I aaa that tlia f'taparvr of Ru*-la r*? inwt- !a of fin hi y that tba nol,|a Kaitruth and hi* ci ui| aiitotio nbali h? *i?>n up (Hnamt! aliiiua !) ,\nd I na ibat thi* daB.a 1 I* ma Ja In dart-Ion of ma a*tahIt'hrd law ot ratiou* t imilainan tkara I* aoaMihlug on aaith grratar than aihltiary or daap.ulo pnaar I'ba lialitn'ng halt, power, and t ha whirl?lud ha* it* poaar, and tAaaaitfei|tiaka ha< IfgpoWrr huttharat*?omarhiiig an.r.fia mm n.ore rai ahla of ahakiu< d>>i<otia Dower tl an llphtnltijt, ?hlfl*ln<t or ?a-th |n*?? tl'R ' ulhir -tcl Mpp aura) ?that l? t ill' UKllMirit IOitl< I a I tno of the wb> I* titllltrd w.'t11 (llaaawa 1 eh*. r? ) umiifitin. tba ( mpcrjr if HiimIi Ih<|<1< kliowif to t? b< im.l h) tbi< Ww <>f nation*, Ji in tb? fart that ha tr??t ?lilt iiatloar ihat h? form- a llano** ha pro la--?a In tart to lira lit a olvlltiad a*? atnl M? Ko?aru an )tl'|Lt>iiri< nation I iij, that II i mlrr th?*?? iiici.u MIT a, h? rhall parpMrmr M gnat a *|olail'ia of ralural law, ?- to rata* than- Hungarian*. an<) t i ax?ruia tl.rm h<- *111 ?tan<1 a criminal anl malafaetof lu tha tlr* rllhi laf tl.oiicl liUirai tvmtltiunl t?r *??a*<%l uilaalaa ) 1 ba wbria ??rll ?i.l b* th? tribunal to trj Mai ino h? aio*t at<p*ar b*fora it. a?<l b id up lu< I 111) a Ml J.liail an I tbiiln Ha juilgniMit (Hiltrrlt^ fhtn? ) It.atfnprrwr of linajta m th* cup auta lawdittr In M* can runtr; an l for aught I know, tba rtintit i4 Itllt* lint than'-* b*t>il#<?4. h? It not tfca atiprra.i- la* gi*M *f nrrgior il Iba t atk>nal la* at it ?tn) i f??c aitiiiu: t that I* aa < Bmct a*ata*t tin r>hi? t.l thatittlU' d world, (h??r, brat ) ? .<! If h> bi?ak> ihat law In th* ca?r of I ntfc?T or In any othnt ra t the * bolt World l a- a right to e.tll b'.ai ' lit a.i'l to d?nitMi hi* |t:i -I m> nt (l.l^!it> liui ruht* a* a t nli a at-b?ii in..iir lh>-'a:.' l'in r.l n?'<. n?| la* a l? ? ?? > twr> r>- ai'-r? tn p itaut Ir. i . J*j to aa/ - a 'aw alili ! Hi tf *bn pn f?*? to a?rr? to It ?*a at libr*. | i|UfV i>vt?r. P?cr lat fcia, Ibi*hIu* ?<>r It; nnj ?a?

? )RK I IDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 16 ItrFRiDe. that mere force can nnbdna the general aeatlm? i<t ot mankind. It ia much more likely to extend that tentiment, and to destroy that power which ha Riont derires to eitablUb and nvcura. Gentlemen. the b' DDK of poor John VVlokliflfe were du* out of hia tfrave neteniy j< ar? after hi? death, and burnt, for bin here?y, *ud hit atl.ua were thrown upon a river In Warwiokthire. Some prophet of that day bald: ? " Tho A*on to tlie S??ern rum, Tlia Severn to the noa, A*d W'ickliffe'* dual (hall irrtad abroad, W ide ua tho watera be." i>fntifuif o ir the blood or h otolith in taken by an a?solute. unqualified, unjustifiable violation of national law, what will it appease- wbat will it pacify? It will mingle with the ear:b it will mix with the waters of the o.-ean the whole civlll/ed world will snuff it in the air, and it will return with awful retribution on the beads of those violators o( national law and universal justice. (t.rent enthusiasm ) 1 cannot say when, or in what form ; but depend upon it. that If such an act take place, the thrones and principalities at.l power* must look out for the confluences. (Overpowering applause.) And now, gentlemen, let u? do our part l> t us uuilerstaiid the position in which we stand as ' the great republic <| the world, at the most interesting ?ra of the world. I.et us consider the mission and the destiny which Providence seems to have designed us for, and let us so take cure of our own conduct, that, with irreproachable bands and with bsart* void of olTeuce, we may stand tip whenever and wherever called upon. | and with a voice not to be disregarded, say this shall I not be done?at least not without our protest. More Astounding Bank Kxplosloiis?Tit* Olorrla Malt Bunk. [From the Newark Daily Advertiser.] ANOTtlKR NHAMSFUL HANK KRAl'O. The Morris State Hank failure proves to be the result | ol another swindling operation by Wall street stock j gamblers, as will be seen by the following exposition j furnished lo the Jmiyman, ly Mr Norton, the I'resiI dent Lnsuspiciuus it deceptlou. several of our eitli lens have thus innocently been made Instrumental in I sending forth a considerable amount of papir uf m i worthless institution purohasud by sharpers from other | States, under pretence of reestablishing an old bank j which had fallen Into imbecility. The public will be I glad to bear that meat-urea have been adopted to bring ! the guilty to justice. The Soiuervllle Protection Int urancu t ompany, whose obligations are said to have been protested in New Vork, and the broken 8us<{uei:*nua Dank, It will be observed, are Implicated In the statement. STATIC DINK AT MORRIS. This institution lesumed its operation on the 18th October lasi.giving the promise and inspiring the hope that it would contribute to aid in supporting the commercial and manufacturing interests of this community. and thereby advitnce its prosperity. Hut this hof e has proved a delusion, for, after a few weeks of labored exeitions, it ha* been compelled to suspend lajment. The character of its operations, together *i'h the causes of its lallure. we understand are as follows:? VVllilsm Karl, of New York city, together with Kgb?rt A.Tbompion, of Cincinnati, were the principal | ur^uiinnirr. nuu pun: iia'ru I'll- (>i i uu I |i?l purl. Ul lun tick <il the bsuk The stock was paid la part by a di jidfit of fiiOl 00 tn bill* of the 8u"<|uehanua County Hunk Pennsylvania, and nceived ai funds by the former oftlci r? ol the Luuk. Judga Coniliot. I'reaiddut, lid 11. lJayton ( uOiler The plan of operation formed mid adopted by 1 arl and Thompson, secured to tbe , Protection Insurance < ompanv, of New Jersey. at SoiueM ille a loan of J0(0 to be wumd by stock scrip ' and stock bonds of ihe company; and Thompson was to ure tbe bill* for the purpose of dinoount and exchange at ( inclnnatl, which, with the facilities he claimed to potto* presented a very Haltering prospect. I udi-r thin arrangement and previous to the 1Mb Sep. teniber W. Karl, an l'rea?urer and Assistant Secretary of the iaturance company, obtained 1ft 400 on the security of the drafts ot the I'lexldent of that company, accepted bj I.arl a>; Aointunt Secretary: -one for J>10.000 anil another for f 15 000 secured by stock b ind-i amounting to ab?ut V"> 000 SntDi- transactions, of a character unexplained appeared between Karl and Tb< mps >n, whcl) excited tbe distrr.nt and susplclan of the I'resiUeiit, L. Norton, and D Sanderson, whan they re*o|ved that ) arl should bare no inoie money, unlets security ol aa unquestionable character was given 'I be money obtained by the Protection Company wan dMliigi.i. bed by being made payable to N. Smith, aud was to be rrdei med by tbetn tbiovgh the agency of A. Nichols, 7U >\all street, New York, on hts receiving # 3,100ol the notes ot the State Uank Anil when l.arl vai< told by Norton aLd Sanderson (bat he could bare no more uinney. he assared tbem that tbe ?uin of $.'i 000 wax absolutely necessary to secure tha redemption of the money he bad received, and unlets it was furnished to htm. the bank would have to r? deem it* issues to the company At the same time thti compauy offered to trai sf> r V20 0C0 Worth of stock scrip ot the Hamilton hank i 1 Kin d" Mun i n? security with the assurance that it was woith par value, (in these assurances, the b.mk adtanc <1 the money, ami received the transfer of Oil the ?4th September, tlis Protection Company rec mil iIn' additional t iini of fa. 100 on the security of a Dior* !' ? * 1 < ^ ork city property. for f > ) .< ) - which mske* tba antire amount received by the I'rotection In-inamn ( mpRuy fCOlllO, of wbiuii j>-?X?o hai bnii returned to thf btult. The liabilities or tha I'rotcctlOB < >rapany are a* f>ltows :?>% llliam Thornpt< n. CicMd-nt, draft on W. I arl amis-ant Sceritaiy. discounted f9047A, for which aur uiit TCO sbari of Ihe ttock of thu bsnk. belonging to K A Thouip* n. are held ai security by William 'I h' trips on and U Sunderson. Idreotor*. William I atk't account. as Assistant Secretary, show* a balance tains' the I'rot.-ntion < ompany. fur bank totes. ct fit) I'ii.'i. for which mi in the following seeuntlr* barn been k'4,i> to I'1* bank: two seteral dratts, \il : tlO.lH'O and f 15 000, with Collateral se' cut ties. a* followsIroteallon < otopany * ttook | pcrip fit COO. ditto Mock buDili 516 000, Mock scrip of Hamilton Bank <f II. island >40 000, anil mortgage on ' real ertste >0110 K A Thompson h?d $20,000. for wtrch li>- Ka?<* I be K crptacca ot J K. I irmao, dated I Auguft i.1, pajsble November J flO.COO and L A. llrsdleT .bur of fbu'vll Bank, t tuciniiatl, acceptance, dua January 2, 1* >0, >10,KiO. On tl.a tith of Pc'obtr li? bad the additional i utu of on the 1Mb the further sum of >2 00#, for whloh he gare draft* on I. A Iliad ley. cashier, which both have been proI t'sled for i on payment; '-'-'I 't October, tha further | run of M 2t?7. for uhlnh Hum ha prooilxid to deliver | to I) bundetsofa a dial' on the ,'H)th In New Vork but ; alilib promise lie never fulfilled On the 24th. tun sum of >20 I>t0 w?? delivered to blm by the 1'restdent lor dbcoont and > srHuits a? a Director, altb the eon tntof inert tba l)ir< ctora lor which be kbt* A. Riadli y &. < 0 c arc? ptxtiru ol ( inclni a'l, for fl.r> 000, I wllh 1 lie ptoRslte II at when tba Uloney sh/ull be ennfed, a dralt for tha balance ab?ui<l It Riven of the Kut ju>hanna Liank remains on baud lor tks follow irif causes : ? A Thomp on proposed tl.at ILr Si 'iueheni.a bills should toil used hera, but #sot f o blm at < loflnoail. and on tha lf>lh Sspt rota to tha Irisldetit to sand bint a part of It, with Ilia aisnranra that lie would exclai k? it for other finds Ibis Mr !VorU>B r*fus?d to do. atd on tba 3?th Sept* inler y. A 1 h' mp-n v rote him at futlosi : "I iii w mafctafatr utiOeretandlnK kilor* wa go further. All I do. 1 expert to do lor tba tent interna of myself l>4 11 en in' it the bank. and *1 ? n I wt It- for ?io?ey, I do not riytd to ba tsl4 thai I osnnot bare It I { rtn t aOoid to pay I mh raiarles to ob.cars, and than have tin n< Mirn tound and tie uiy hand* *a that I can t B ske anytbiOK tn pay tbem If you u n't know me. I rati aiTv >c u sstlslactor* references. If ion base no ! r<chdrtcc la itr I h???- nod#?ir? that jou rbouldhold \ < ur pn# at |HKltl?n and frrI thai y< ur character la to i W I bur wni' cbtitolrr at *iaka 1 > j iilail'd) In <J<>nn?eitc? t ara tolerably wall oonb< ?i d. ar d it will not bra; purpoaa to di?gra?? iny naif , *1 Bn.rtlfy tbrm ' On tba rawipt ?f tl.in latter Mr Norton auppofad tl at 1 hompM n d to withdraw tha Nn? |u-h*ntta r n?y by tb? tNff ?d? < I tbt bill* f t tba Suit Uan* at Mottle which h? bad rrt'lirl, ha tharafora lartruflttd tha < a-h;?r ?h?t whm 'I fu uipaon nh>'Uld artl?a tt< ci < ineliii>a<I ai.J brlt'i( fund* intutl r Bank. IB. mm lately to cmilt I hon ^ n ? nccuat with tba ?aH'?", but lot to pay biui any "I tha Sii*<jii*hmr>a (lira tbntlh i.l St |it?uil>.r tbefiinda had bren ralarj If . lb'- !)? Of the I'auk t . Itdwwlu U||H by brimth?iatltig ? ma if tba 9.i/?juehauu% n an I which till mh ? nin-nt'y tabeti ip ai.d lhl? wan in r my,llan-a with the ??peaU d aiid uigeBt r?'|iim? ?.f m<?iuy-'n <n hi.' cr?ti?*p ndi?< ? An *tora?*? from le'.ief of vv, fail d?t?d ?t Albany. pt? ml>?r tfutb. will ahow hla ( limn loaard I. .Norton and alao ta latliaida* him, II at lir h.lflii iri?r I tiln'* |>ur(<"i; "I r?>t:?iT-d a l? tt?r froui a trlaud la?t aimim? lla app*ar? to think you v91 a tin- mi an* of Naucair^n> gtuiug lr'.?htrn J, 1 una thing I would r?fary*u t < and that In jour renmT Lfl it. mm in ?m l>f 'I iiUifirr i niv??*if to ^in? 11 11 Hi iii t h* r dollar ik"ul l n t (u rut ul thta ll?i k. b? I ha ?a, ?f <iti ciuftt, without hi* coo.??nl,' cr t ilklttflrrl. W'li kti>w lhnt tlila i an amagrrtdtn b) iba In ard tf Plractora; and it wa? nut fur jou to mi It B<u?t !> i?t< |.j'Kl nur tu) otlirr dlrrrtsr; and if y u had iafli?tnl i&atn-d at talking. you ? ?uld I 'Mlik ?'? ? it )> tha aann- light I itn tint tbiuk tba rtiokk' I4cra a>|?etad tin t ah.n J' u wan put in tr at ilica ?i n. )< n a a* to b? all oBprauie u?r do I ?*p c? ibay ?t I pumit it 101.4 " Tin uip*<>u. on tl x JOih ult, liiaiir ariaigi Brill t" taka up ? ? tba Bi?my I nmd to tba I lotaetii n ( ?. ilia ruui 11 MO mhi ai>d 10 >'U?o log Ihia, | ad >n A Nleholaa fcrotar. Wll Ui'i iftaat, who a an ri dn B-llig ?aid It'at. ttlK'V Hti'.|U?hatiu? m > n> y T lila lam j a a- to b? o'lauiaud by N irhola- anl ?hi>n i flarti d La *a* to ttinn tu> m< nay uf tb* Ml?i il<nk t< ibat laatltwllan but on lh? Inilowiiif day, tun airkt <it U* iIim|uihi>iiiia I auk rifaiw" t-> tad> ?.n any l<i g?r. >i<d ikio daUatvd ib? |lat>.ai>d a' ta? ana Mm* put It i ul hi Mia p<ia?r 11 th* Mat* bank I > rede- m ita (?p?r It ba- al>u fcvMi tMtrlMortl If la tba agatit <il ib>- Mi?<|Ufb"i.i.^ < ouaty Kat.k ia Nr* \ or* r|iy that I bi lr |<#vn. |? t bought tt.a M^"Mt) >>f th? alrrk f ibat Han*, tbatiha ay |n??la?it * tb*agraBt'i IIOf)dlK I k.ii,(, in prriulrtd that th? natt day ha au la j ul Ml. in lui.ua-lti?lia t ot which, ha t'?? ahI ? ? ! a?d , tit to i iMiiiuati I hi a^aot haa >1' Mil ul lha Bi' Hiy i n hand abioh h > rim?idiT> an n.Mia lo a. lib tha l?t f ?bl? r?ontb, L Norton lala. r.i?|t iil mi tdftlnrati hkailTlmB^otirMIti I. that iht- lit m? of tha tank b? ??ir?4 br fi/id to *l' ainl tl at an a<l?aitl-.a>i-?t (bi ia i bvp.it lu?ha rai lionli * lha puVtia uot to rvaalfo tb? Butaa ( I tl ? Staia Hank at ViitlM IhaSt. I.ouia Hr,,.hi < 'aya. f-f i w.o frora Ibi 9uarcbar.i a hm k u m -.Vrala'tuD ih't*, ' iu '?tiy Iron r>. Uaaa IB I it Ml.nail 1 M*?'Hi?aa Kimmt ? Ita Valalo (Vnatt'il.Wrw11 tr? I'll, lv?? . bB? a da.-patob datad 'Uatr -fc, , >?? T. 3 f. M , a'atlng that ?h? (.r hatHil'y I* hat ! Hi n Ji lm C liury .j>imx-tal. ban haan alao-?rt U-w intri.Mtr lion Mviw ! l i^(?joha. t??a sh<| ?il , titc ?bit IE H A 149. The Uamblln Uuarrt??'oiii|>llmcnt?ry torreapoiidt'iice Ntw Vohk, November 0, 1840 T S IIAhnti ifi, K.?'i. My Dear Sir ? A number of lyonr fellow citizen*, who have watched'your earner u? a gentleman. an aotor, a manager. aud ? man. and who find in the hirtory of your lite everything to applaud, aud nothing to cenrure or ceudemn. avail themnelve* of au opportune momrot te addrrta you and txtend to yau a lasting proof ol their friendship aud honest eiteeui. It la now twenty year* uiace many of them hare known you pr?renaiociilly; moxt of them personally; and I,-,.. Lkrm.il i-1 - I -Kf "?"11 nilguished laicnt, and jour genius. and your murits mi a son. an a brother, a father. and a friend. During the period interred to, they have witnessed the struggle* jou haive mailt1 to exalt and chatten th? dramatic fnJmi ? to establish a national drama, and render the (tage what it should be? the foster parent of the arta- the patron of gaulu*, and the emblem ol the world in lta pristine excellence and purity. When tbey make thin avowal, they take pride and pleasure In reoording the universally admitted tact. J that. of all men, ol all mauagera In the Unloo, you ] liate done moat to euceurage and reward the talent indigeuftis to the Aineiioan republic; and that whilst otbera have reported to hurope. and imported from I- mtland artistes. who, ou the substance of a fictitious transatlantic reputation, have foisted them on the people. at the expense of native, intrinsic merit,gyou Late been couteut to cultivate and encourage our own c< uutryuieu. aud call from the ample resource* of our own rapublic, the '-proud representatives ' of the bereia of Shakspeare?the prop* aud future pride of the Anglo-American drama No man who has been coni nected with the theatre aince the da) a of David liarrick, has struggled more assiduously to reform aud exalt the stage. than yau hare; nor was ever maa siini- , lary, or eorref pudlngly, engaged in the pro-ecution of a noble enterprise resulted with such a seriei of buffeting and misfortune Three large theatres, each and all erected at tha cost of an outlay that would stagger the man of common enterprise, came into existence under your immedUt* auspices during the pel iod in tjuestion; and all. in rapid succession, have fallen before the hand of the incendiary. or become the viotiius of accidt ntal conflagration. Uut, notwithstanding these repeated misfortunes and unprecedented losses, which, of themselva.4, were enough to depress and destroy a thousand oommon men; you stand firm, undaunted aud ereot. holding all ordiuary impediment! atdellance, resolved to persevere in y<>ur honorable vocation. On an occasion like the preaent. it may well become us to luduige in the language of euloKiuin; but we l-caicely do it, when we refer to your well known and acknowledged action in originating the Amerioaa Actors'Dramatic h und. We are apprised, for we are well and authentically informed, that you oouoeived this noble chailty when you were in Kngland, In the year 18:10; and that, when you advocated Its creation and consummation, to a distinguWhed American actor, then in London, the project was tnditlerently, if not c<ld)y received, on the ground that however successful such a scheme might be la Great Uritain, It never ct uld succeed iu the I nited States H or tha able and determined Mauil you have taken in behalf of the fund, ou both fide* of the occur, you art* entitled not only to the regard of e?ery actor, but of every citizen And ?? arc happy to add that when the fund wai organized, and it was asortained that tb? Legislature had wls>ly decreed that onu of Ita trustees, appointed to protect its fortune.) and ita treasury abould b? a?lected In in the theatrical profession, respectable aud r> sponsible tor hia integrity, character, aud -taniing ? >*u of all the professional men of the I'nion, was selected. The tiibute thua paid to your standing in rcltty was a tit memorial to your worth; and the mors so. as that profession embraces, in the L nited States, at least tour thousand individuals. Uthoiding In you all the high attribute* that give dignity to man; regarding you, professionally, as the leading, and the ablest actor of the time, and cherishing for you the blghrit respect a* a citiien aud a gentleman, we solicit you to permit us. as an evidence of our regard, our protnuudaud unalterable friendship, to dittlrguirh a military corps we have just organized, by calling It "The llambliu liuards " W Ith the highest respect and consideration we have the lu.ru r to be your siucer> lrieti.li and fellow . in n.<. H. B irtveNL < i mmittee In behalf of thefilamblin Uuarda. 685 Eaoa11wAT, KOT 7. 1840. UcHTLKMrn I have had the honor of receiving a letter from you, addressed to me on the 0th Inst., requesting me to allow you to give my name to a military company which you have orgaui/ed ; and it can hardly be necessary to ray that I yield to your wishes with pride and pleasure Kor the very kind and flattering terms In wlilrh you have been pleased to nenvey your ?trbe(, I beg you, gentlemen, to acoepi my sincere acknowledgments Neatly a .parter of a century baa elapsed since I landed on your shore*, a young mnn, with but little other capital at my dispo?a>Ithau what youth, a vigorous ci uslltutlon some little professional experience, and an unsullied integrity, allcrded ; aud cointneuced my career as an actor, without the remotest idea of ever engn^lug In vast theatrical enterprises. ily the American people, ?r by that portion of them who Inter the diamatioart, 1 was kindly and most cordially r? eelvvd ; and the success that attended me. wherever I went, far exceeded the mo-t exaggerated daydreams of my ardent and " vaulting ambition." Wealth and fume seemed to be accumulated without ellort on my part, for I wai In the hands of a people who appeared r< solved to shawer upon tae every f*vor nil in t'tc'l u that Irau could hope fur, without S< licit all' n lettered. flattered ai.d rewarded by a nation which bad Dian>t"-ted an altlxed determination to exalt me la p y I role'> ion. and award tome, all tht behests u! h'in arable lii?! pendente, I resolved to make the I nited t ;at> tLi < < uutrj of uij adoption the future a'>i Jin.; place ?.* my d< >ciudnt,t? la turjlDH cut thl< ilt'iga, I I itigaged in the iwt thiattlcal entrrpi Imw t'> wbiob jou liter. and which. though alwaj* crowned with sue- | ctir at the < Hint. ut?<?-i|uvatljr * > r? titfUi?U*?d by tint j n.o?t c*iau.it< un eoBiM>qu?iiMa. Three thtatrwa of t ha J?r?> either an 1 all of which would lia\a reflected honor ou tha proudest matn pi III in I liilnlfmiora which waia cr fnl uud-r luy a ii 11 err (id |i it 11 for "Ul <1 Hindu an^Dlred l?jr hnnmt ill- , du?liy and labor. lia?a Mioaimlully lailin b?i ir? tbs I di<vi in Iiik i la-ni* ul* ami liuiidrnda i f tli>ni?aiid< of <Jolliira havi> ihut, In th* bilif poiiud of a lan hour* hoen j w?pt down the ?iilf of rum. The lowea and luiafor- ' tuii?? that t?r? attended ui* hare a* jo'j Jimtiy reinaik h*?ii (julto nillicimt to d' pieiw uud U.- ilfojra tli> uiaud nw. >. i d hbiltt I do oil boaat of any miperlority otit my ft !li w lit1 u ai d do not ain^ata to myiwlf any ax r? <r dinaiy lunit I niurt tall you n?-n'l^meu thai I. too, th( md hate fallen had it uot plaaaed n? Mmirfhty I ro > dMic* to i d<uw hii' with a lwi*,a physical rtrength, an it.d< imtablc and an tidiiniig pint, whirb h.i? not linu Mihiluiil by the ratuUioni oi forum*. and ahich itill r*B ait* uuc"tirjuar?d aud undi'inayed brraja" It alwayr l<a> and alwa>? will, place* turn aod a fit m railam >B ycui unalterable aupport aud frieudnhip And, liid*) < Ldrt.tly of all ctbar a*?uiauc" and oon?olntlon? that ea< h day prtawnttd thenmelTea, to aneurage ma In the biuret < nirtai i,ey . I Mt that I waa ?l?, bwiau>* I wa? the ail' i ted cltu?n of a country wti"?a people tir diMin?ui-hed for their elitralry In w?r, their libetality *Ld bo-pitallty In ?*? , and for their r?adlnet? ?ii'l determination to cheileii and *u?tain merit and wotth, nt.il p?r*e>erinn indue try I pledge.] riijM If to mjeeif. Ihmt my aJ pud countrymen would Mat 4 by nn>, and I Ij??? net bf?n dl??ppniat?l. I a?auied myall that I bad boat* of frlmd*. and thl? laft art of ) urn, k< prattling t<> n.y better feeling*. and *o M-otbirg t* my pride ?o eocoiii?<ir.,( to m> ambition, I ?> mi i> tban abundantly *ati?fle.| ui? that I hava not n l-ralcnlat< d the pi eition in which I ftand to war J* tuy fellow cltiten* l!*t twlpg to yi u, again and again. 1117 urannwa of fratituda. r.?|?ct and the nont un<jukilti?d fiiaavUhlp, b?T? U.? honor to be, $> iitlemi n V?|I OiKt obedient ?er?ant. THUS. 8. HAMULI*. Court of Mineral Hcaalnita. B' f? re Ibe liecordar and Aide, men Hertlng and Haw**. No*. W? I'atrlck Burn* Impleaded with tVllliam boater. who wa* yeaterday tried and found guilty of an Mranlt and battery with Intent to violate tha parkin of I etlarme < aergrtef w?i thla morning railed to appear for tital He did not appear. an I the district attorney nintid to forfait the recognizance. Tba court, on application. gtanted tba ball till Saturday to produce tha aci need. >ewfawca ?William Koatar. who wan yeaterday rno?luted <>f an aerauit and battery with lnt?nt to commit a tape on 1 mhiulnr ' a?**iief. wa< *e;itane*d to hard lab?r In tba penitentiary tor ?li month*. 7 ifa/ UN n Chmttr */ itmjp'aty ?A bay named Daniel Rbea wa* raliad to take lit* trial on Mi Indlntment ellt|lt|| b in with hurvlaty In the third degree In breaking Into tba Hobert M*r?t>>n. of >? ill I nlt< n kit*at, on tba 27th of July la*t. and *te*ling therein ui aataral jaira of platol*, woilU betaeeu fi'J Mi MmiM *ta<" d.an etaminati n. that he I oat tha that bt* place wax broken open between 4 and ft ? o.ocM in the morning , ha waaat?u*ed by -oiua l*er. n ai * who,** they were going to Market. *1 that aariy hour, taw two boy in tbe act ot committing tba burH'aij. they immediately went to arie^t them, and caiglit i>c* 1 f th>ro. tha other e?o.??d. the bay who ?n oai vkt wa* a ?ary f mall lad nmaad vcoilnn. who *tana tw Mr Minlol that I'amel Shea l.roh" the window in Ink tba pi*to|*. t njit l.ttMami ol tha Second ward police ta?*.ifl?d tba'. he HI left, d t he b?) Nhea, wh? told Mm i bat they did but hit ak In tba window, but lound tha wado* o^eu tid took tha (i>toii out I Me wan a I the testimony In th eaaa and It did not ptoia tbe ctarpe id liuiglaiy. I lie jury lauad tha jurrtiir piuni) of petit Inroetiy.anl tha I ourt ?ent?vi eu l.lm to tb? I'enit^ntiaty for -i* month* I'hla pi I-- tier, t In n|' h. Ltily a how. 1S j ?ar? 01 a#-, La* alr-a-ly hi c. n e ni toil' a* in tke s*cot;d wai.i aon ha? he?n f.ir tin* l ui? an vt^vet for ih* e?t*fui i>j* of th* p >lio< f ' ????/ A tit-jro. t.?m?<l >ilil?r till t.|?i Miliar I.)<> ?. ?* n? .\t tilol ? ?* ? Oh*i ?l r m. ;?i tWir in Ujw tiitt In hating mum* lh? nihil i W I'ham *aiac? ?u?a U or ) i %? b an* bliM It *}>| ??r*<l from tha e?ii1t t.r ? M a r il' i ?d ?. Ui|g. i>?lu*-<l II t?*nna i h impaon. tbM >k* b*? itv cb l'l In b< r ?'hnf? It ?um orphan I t f i)4 A ' unr * ln?d ?lth th* ???*?*. t hough. a< ! ?t.i ti<d ,i?i ? ? ii't fctr bu?.bai,<l ?h" Utt to<< cblid IU tbr b j\i'* ?ilh viilvt. and ??tit cut ?o work, ??**ral lir ifturdt)! dmln lfc? Ititut p? t' f vl?y Whan ?) ? f?u > Im.f, i t.!' ? ?? meg lh? oliilil was ill and till I'jl ii'd hi )i?il ?l it ob^rrrrd a ui?il?<l l)!t>|ir r?ln lli> ?| | tr?P?p ?f ;h? Infant frnm tlius to liBir u4 It lit A uv tbr Via <1 May, ua tt>? rrBiv oi j L D. TWO CENTS. wbioh day ?he oim? home tod found the door locked I tberhild waa lymg In the bed dead Miller w*? arretted about a month afterward* The defendant h counsel produced tlx- examination ot th? witnnoo. K'manna Tboinpeon. before thn Coroner; In thi? examlnation th? wltueMi Ktnted tbat ehe *a? the wife of the printer. nu mat mnj una uffa marriea some three year* ; bo therefore moved the court to strike out the evidence of tlitt vonim HI* motion was not uranted Several witnesses were introduced on the part ?f the accused, who gave him an excellent character. and stated that be whs of tenarkably good disposition. One of tb?ui stated that he had nrrn the woman. Kosanna beat tha child severely and had heard the prisoner remonstrate with her tor doing; mo. The jury, after a short absence, returned into court with a verdict of ' Not Ciuilty." Theatrical and Aualeal* Bowht Tiikathk.? Last evening Sheridan KnowIai'S celebrated play of the " Iliiachhaok'' was performed at this theatre, for the benefit of Mr. J. W. Lester, to a very crowded house The piece, notwithstanding lta repetition in this theatre, was received with rapturous applause So muoh for a good play, well acted Ik bear* repealing, uxain and u^ain. The stock ojtora and actresses in the Bowery theatre hate a very high reputation, hut it is u<>t greater than they de-erva. 11 enow It is they maiu tain their interest night after night, without the presence of wandering stars or couinta. There ran be no proof of merit uiore decided than thla. Mr (iilbert sustained the part of Ma.-tar Walter with great ability and Mr .) Waliack. jr . as Sir I'homaa < lifford and Mr 1.ester as Master Modus, called dowa thunders of applause Mrs WalUck. as Julia.was much admired, unit Miss Wemyxs. as Hal* n, acquitted herself with that fetal that usually attends her acting The afterpiece was "Warwick, the h iagiuaker." in which the i-ame actor* appeared (iilbert's Adam Warner was a very superior piece of a<-tlng and Miss We'ujss, ah his daughter Sybill, was charming Mr*. Waliack asWraui.was very effective, in producing a ooutraafc with the poor, timid, virtuous girl. Mr Wallack. aa Wat wick gave a Una idea of that great hi-torieal ohalactir The scenery In this piece waa excellent, aud the grand tableau which terminate* the second act, had a most imposing eflect This evening, 'Uthslio ' will be performed at the Uowery Bhoauwav Tio atmk.?1'he warm tribute of approbation with which that well deferred favorite, Mr. Collins. is nightly received, shows that the people of New York not alone desire to appreciate him as an aotor, but that they manifest a wish to retain him as a periodical visiter to our city flu appeared last evening in the new aud successful drama, written by Mr (J Andrews. aud *M?tained the part of O'tlrady. the Irish t adet. with the digaitli d bearing of a leal lil-h gentleman. doing deeds of daiing from hts mere love of galI lantry. and the only hope of his reward being tha " troth" ot hi* Madeline Hi* aoagi, which he gave wltb sweetness and feeling were a* usual applauded i?> nil' woo. miu nn wa* well ?upportxl. the character* throughout brum played with epirit and ir?-ii?r*l excellence 'l'lm entertainment* concluded with the ueir lure* of " Taken In suit Uone h'or To niglt. Mr. ( olllnn tnhri hi* benefit. win n he in aure to have b?fore him "trovps of friend* " 11 id la?t appeal ?a< not ax well responded to an bin merit* dfMiri) -It >< in t<l? iu the uiiUot of a pi-liticat excitement. which hit. however. how utmost calmed down to the even tenor ot t vety ilay lit**, and ? anticipate that thin evening th<' house will pr? n ut an array of laMiion an I reipestahiiity, to enjoy a rich treat, and ut the name time witni-i> the t?ri well b"w of Mr ( ollim. who bid* N?w \ nrk adieu for *otne limn Hit will appuar in ' O'lira- ( dy" Hi d ' 111* Lant l.egg '-O'l alia^han being nan of hi* nior-1 finished piece* of perfoi mtnee Nim o'n <Ji?nr*.?The " Kour Lover* at llorae. or ? Harvest Home," wan beautifully performed I tut nirftt at Mblo'a, in wbirb the " l'a? V llla^eol*," by Mi** A. Lehman and K. Wei'.*, drew d' wn the hnu? in rvyturn* ol applause and admiration Throughout the evening Mix Adelaide Lehman delayed her fa?ninatiV if noaer* In the dance and rmi.hcil all h?h. *be ?a* particularly lovely and beautiful l?*t evening, mid the itio?cri of bouquet* which the delighted audience threw (Jonn upon Iter rn th.? *ta;e, from nil parta of the kouaa. evinced the enthusiasm ami delight which d.r Vu inspired in the New York public. \n to tha dUeriioi inent of Mr. Paul r.rilUnt. in which MtM Uerlln figure* with tli? lo-autitui Adelaide; and an to the ' Red (inome," in which Yar/.etti perform* wonder*. ai.d the machinery transformations - we might *1111 oft *ay thi witchcraft?they ara incredibly beautiful, curi rl-ing and wonderful. We cannot attempt to describe tliem - they n<u?t be aeen to be appreciated 1'hta evening the two riaoid** appear an the Two iiromloa." for thin bight only, after which they depart (or the South. Bi?toa'* thr^vac ?The entertainment* last evening, In thia well-managed theatre war* In keeping with the high character Mr Burtou haa at an excellent caterer for the amusement o< hi* patron*. Burton do?a rn t depend upon a Military ?Ur, f ir, from th? hi*heft to the lowest arhtlt employed in hi* establishnit nt every one In hi* ?r her line, po*/iei<e* all tha prolerklrinal rnjulfiitea to make the meat subordinate character appear a neoeaeary appinlage, and of tha deepest importance The ' Old Dutch Ownrnor," * Lola Monte*.*' and the b?autiful comedy of lletrta are 'J rump*, ' were severally performed with the greatest artistic ability, and were reoaltqd with the greataat demonstration* of plea ure by th? audience Thia evening, "The Ka*t .Vian." the new fatce, " Teggy <ireen ' and the popular drama. " The IJem .n leeter." Thia hill I* very attlactive, and no doubt will draw a crowded bou?a. Natiokal TiicAvar.?Thi* popular theatra continue* to attract overflowing audience*. Araodlo Neupert equally astoniilied anil delighted the *|ect?tor* la*t evening Mr Burke a* O Slash. kepttl em In emmlfivf lit* <1 laughter, aul Mra. t *le?tay?r in the farce of "In I lace and Out of I'laoa," was atill morw amusing and versatile. In thi* piece, Mr Taylor'* jerfi rmnoo* wa? excellent ai Ktlqaetta while Jetreraon made a very good ? l??cl. A* long as there ia auch oredttable acttug in thla theatre, it 1* no wonder It i* well ?>; ppeetrd. MlT? in 11 '? OtTMric TiiVATaR ?The ontert ilnraanta of jeaterday evening ootimienoed with lln> excellent comedy of " Naval kngagernentil," which wax delivered in a very superior ityla. .\1e?ar*. Nlcklncon mi l vValcot acted witli rauxh coin If talent an<l originality. They were ?Mjf supported by the exertion* of ?ll*t VJ. Tajlornnd Mra. Ifberwood. The whole produced Infinite delight and ratiafactlon. The " Syiptiide," dnnrrd by V1l?a Catllne. wan gracefully executed. It wa* followed by the opera or " Amilt*. or the Low* which ettil mi-ita with great auccesa It wm gain | > rformei with great ability, and elicit"! *a mtioh admiration and applaa?e a* on furiaer occasion* Tha mo ii ini Ma concluded with tlin laughable face of th? "Married l'ach? lor,"' which waa admirably ajittanl, aft criatni miirh merriment and lau<hter To night will be pert' 'ined tb<* farce of !' *<y UfNg," the op? ra of A niiiie and the faros ol ttiw Trumpeter* Wedding,"' which cannot fail in attracting a crowded hpMI. ( imnvv'* Miamii *.?-It If of little Importance whether It turn* out to be good or ba I weather. hriaty'a Mlliatiwla ate mre to draw good and highly resectable audience*, 'i bey giva a liae bill ol aumaeineut* thll rvenirig. which will certainly out Tall lu attracting a rrowdtd hour*. TateVa AMfHtTfir ?Ta*.?Thl* beautiful |Uo?triao f alacc la nightly crowded by the admlrera <?t the dallklitlul am LiretDenta of the ring The performance# tbihrare every description of fea'a llyppittlijue *fiOnaatlc, vaulting, *tc.. among whl J> ttie eotn e of ' KoMiihai aialry," the"' ouriertrt 8t. I et?rfbir?h," by the excellent ( a<alter ( alwallal. r an 1 other great ili-| laj?'f horeemanahlp, are con*ide.ed Uit ik jJiii ulna of daritig and ekill The in-t of th? olrcua ii apleudidly mie III hed with a *u| S panoramic view of aoioe id the principal citl-a In I rauce . hot furnace* hate been latrvdnced. a mb?tantial i nclo?ure of Woodwork baa ?U per reded the ai.d kvl the ilghteat exposure to coid or draft ol air. need he ap-reh-ni-d. 1 here will be two performance* IvJty, on? to commerce at three In the afternoon, and the other at aaivn In the evening I xteiiaive preparation* ara oq? frot and en bora*. to give the gna' r.ngli-h clown, U allett. a brilliant ipenirigon Monday Overthrew but died family place* have bean taken already for tha deration It will be the greateat recaption aver given to foreign talent in thl* ciiy. ^Mtan ?v Mi *r i m It la .|ulla a treat to wltneaa tha rnpeiter manner In which tba company p?rf ria thw ( vaudeville* Miaa Mtatihopa exhibit* great ability in h r aMu.g *1.1 H p< mm h taet In lb? a*fo lly of i ? ?*Mm then- *ma??ini>iit* th?r* irn IhbUMt'i runnfltiM of ulur> ami att la In w?o l Mimas Auiillill ? Tl>? nkilfiil ( "rnm%on?r, Vaeallii t? r j?*? la t night for ih? h?n-flt of hi* talr lad; a |.arf> riiianea wh)< h wa* highly M''.**??fal Tkt I'fi Kfan.im- <irol<i* <ily rlnh ; It eoiitaiorit right*** < f I be h?it fllrha ami *p? rlin tit* "f th? f '-t tmr. inout hiah. th* Amputation of th* No**,1* thii " |i|>t(|?aiari?iii'f ,Vw* *1 ?nl lur "SmpnaI ?l> n In lli.- * Ir " ??!? r?C' i?i-J with murli ^r>>aiiM>, ai.it ilnn* with r?al ?klH an-l ?on<l?rfiil ?-/>?..- |'b* aml'Mit' a*?m? ?J t? b? much pl> * ? <! an4 *ho*i> l |i<?l a itiitiaili n of >ir M a* ??ll ? of ta>? H"iill?- nw 1 MMat* in ?h< m lb* iirrtMintr may. with r'tt.m. at{ IMtal> lb* half ?'t Ma ?ucr?n In mir r|ty Tbla | h?lnr ? '? Ivt opporiunliy uf amlng tb* tninpl* of ?nI ctiaatnirnt. wa ?.l?l? our r*-* l? r? n >t to ri-l? th* <x?i ovli n l<? vtaH tb? v*?.|nhly Itnomi In tbw m?*lt|. J h* pr-gramm* contain* tbr b**t partornaana uf th* I x.f.lrh n nHiri >n. ah>> la rnn*nli>t>il th? moat ??p r* Ihat *>t iM-rmta ill (Ml pity ? t?i?u'i MinaitBi.a -Mi diIm f ?nlni( n??t thl? rrlabtata 4 hand ri'iniumi c? Ik a?tt?<i of tta?ir N>fcro I oue?rt* at tha Society l.thraiy V n i i?v? ? rhla f?rorHa Actor M>?rn< to \m ???> kr?i aiWaiicin* a ?t? p tba high^-i r?tta Iti hi* ^Mmmioii ?* an ItUb e>in>dlan. Fla l< now ptayir-g in Uoat< n. to fall h?>?a?i. N a IUtto* ? "lbl? ?*i*rll?nt ?o#?l|*t ?HI ftr? bia lartannirit ?Ma an iiln?. at tba Bort?t? l.lb'ary Hia n Bit* and rtber M'?ig? a?? ??ry mtirb aHnilr* I aid bt? l'??ilim on t!ia pUan I* unh a? to plaaaa lb"* *b? >l>(bi m harmrtilxu* Biualc ftn.rrant Han.- Mira' b-autlfnl ran if a niv<if Na? Vfnb Hr^nHm l? . la bring i-fiilMaM tl tb? ab> r? rnnniK A Vl'it to ttia hall ?r, w?n r?,?f th<?? ?bi> j.a'ii i l-k h>I?-ikIi<1 painting Mr f) oil in, tba huh e .uif4 an, ?|U app??r at til* H .aaid A'b> t n-um BoUnB N Ika Wlkt**! > Mli-? ii'litnan eoiniui'Bp** an tsagatfaa^itt at tfc^ IRo-t?a i fcfaira oti th? antn (n?l v If | ?i ny Hrnible U rraniirj( U Baltlvor*.

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