Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 2, 1850, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 2, 1850 Page 1
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T H ^ fli. V " NO. 6718. INmr to tb? lion. ftemuel Jon??, on hit Rctlttioeiit from lit* Bench, toy the New York Bar, A greet dinner *u celebrated yesterday evening. et the Alitor HtUM, by the membere of the New Verb Bar, la honor ef Chief Juatlee Semael Jone*, on the oeoe lon of hie retirement from the beneb. end return to preetiee et the her. At ds o'elook. the cempany, eon letlng of the moot ree pee table member* of the New York her, preoeeded Into the eplandld dining aelpon of 1Tb* Ooctaion?Aaaemblad 10 hi o.-r |>r - cuilonnt meruit! { our profetaion. ? bur, at the ea-ne tlue, a In tin* npji u tu- | nit) l<> oulu> a e and evince th??- letlio.t ot c- n< * -y. Hind- i ?'( and hr- therhood, lauiapen table torender that profaaaion I Itapectod and netful. Mr. Lak raid we rgjoice to ?a'r -m- ha k to tlic '.?r one vhob ur hi'** knuvd is our early youth?one connect,-d i with tfc* inuretle ol ti e city of New lo k; on wh.-> ha* f-r i the period of half a prntnry. been derated to the beanh and I dietiagniahed Irroieli by hia Ittn in.- nod t* out* vV.i welcome hia bow bock to h* prote*ei-m ?lw ? honor to the j tier which rent him fr- m it Tbie wee en occaeion calling | lorth harmony among u-o*e*ti? wnr* atkon pun! agam*t j encL other is conflict, though only ?. r- p.ce- utotir.n of | oth-re. Wr all c-mc from n common broiherli* m| j thitun now-coition, calling forth nil our bettor footing* luwel- I coming I nek our brother t? the i nr, ?t? hn*e reiniaitcenca* of i early life iaAtwkork. H^nt y< art ago t -r-oni n uttl* | - koi la Wall ?tr?> t. on n litUt t u pla ?, which wa* S. Jj .oa. Junior;" thet wae the youth who now li nor vener bl* and j honored guest. The bar and tun bar.eb are ioitut nely e'-nnected; rley are one body, aiming nt an adutinietra.ina of | IJuatlee, pun and uutulliod. The bar am torn 11 -o b* iho anil of the bench; tfcey etand betwieu ihe Juiictary and i t e pub-t--, aid and aliiliku thn Judiciary. io li n( atthelar tliall be what It ought to bo, no giulge cojld think of corrupti. n or p.rilanty, or let hiuteeif |i to altep over itt.'urtant iaveatigati ir ( PiunJ re of appla-iae | In the same Way. the beach arc the i-r -teoii-u of the bar ; ou It, id > mn nee-me. etpeme the tepula na of the barrtrter. At tola |ve-cut tip .*. here la a di-|--r '.ioo to mate light btthof the touch the tne tar fua idea la to make the law ao plain, that no one i-U a a all >* rpe.-ially required to nmlerriard It. On thii u -Jee , ike l-ar oarat to take up their Hau l end be united. I ie*?rtu what i> called , Judge-made law. It ie luii reille to a wit "itt e prife-n n. The Judge made )a? prn|*rlyca led iht c<>ni?u ?? leuoW of canoe leevi at I ueciaod, w tnoi i .r n a rule for all Other tini lar raeea That la eommun lau. The etatu e law cu i and beglue with "I lute It ie written ' it ir evigeat that 111 re wrtten law muet be a dead, barren a d deep .tin ajete u. If it ie to be decided u t -l-ent c inn r. Uw I . i.v mn ? I a l undrretanmng cf the jud.e in <erea when the wr ttoa low auuet drbae and cgp.ain all the oaa a it a.feita T -e Jihererenre between the two ie Ihie T a-own |>-i up.a yrin ele. Dad ie decided bt wiedoni aed napetieacu the other ie do- ided by endden imi-nlee an I aibliiary i -Ie unea l'coed h, pceOcdentf and the wiadtm of paal eap'ricntt I have fri-jneatly na i* mjneM, vb> h II e - ar an ol j t > j ilo ia>! i ity are not a pertiei tare era - nottb - ch lor aofiseneb hey come fre-m all i,nariei(; farmerr. ploeehmen, mc< tn-ea a n of a 1 pro.ceaienr, help to eempw-O -he bar; and when ihrv enber m the prol. rrien, I fee B c tl ret < e but a ronip<te t-jokl:'y among tkrni The bar al-Oien t a- a t -er.- y. Tn-re > no r- aaer. ther-fire, why the p I.lie ah nld e-rar u?? n Jenlcray Dgninat It e bar Nop i here any om-e oi je.i-way acaiat. the beneh. Thry bn*o no i ationeg ; ihe.v re wen*; they muetoi-me down Irrm'be benen io ne'ead he nt. ivca, una In'h upon ihe.u, thbremrn. car be manly. (l.oud ap plm ee ) In a free Country like -ut?. the Judiciary >> - old be protected, te"ry attempt ! tirgrrdn it l? Bi'eriv niiiorreat 11 the of th-ir fnaatione a d to th? uiiale >f alt u' I mm at only art tit to hi Jod.ee Mr Luaii ttiao alur apohgi-lug f' r d> tatutng <h?m o lung i-b tine happy and Ji'yout occaai m pM,' > "4 tbo ertciid tr.aat, aa f"ll< w< ? t. Out dieiiagnieh' 4 nnd hoaarad Onaat? t profetiad lawyer, aa aprtgl.l judge, an hnacai aiau. a gti.Ja aad a tempi# fit aa all. ? Which war race! red with tbrra cheara and thuaierg ?f apptatira. Judga Jon a thca aroaa and w?a redetvad with lea l pplauaw Ma .hen ep< kc a* follow* llr fiaa daat aad i.mtl.mn - Wrpty Imprraaad with a a?aa>' of jar alnducaa, a d aaOar a dotraM o< mt tta pnwtt' It la with aa <>td aa') # atlnag t >' I naa t" a?.ai yea lha "Wra-tna. aa < alipr tHj ithar oetnrraaoa of my lift, thla a a o,k ??a >f iota tueui frteade, aad tk< ar tan . a <>-eaaua of pa?i at ota, aid tr at aaileae a .aera f?r tha laiata wbteh at thte tnowoat. aa naturally et wd npna me, all combine to eg let* aad IttkafltM Still a rellaa< a upoa yaar t? d ilg? aa >a - aa aa t" pretend. After a* akeenc ol npe arae of iwmty tre, pteem <u ether r?l?ti a? t job I r< lira to thtt Ptet. Hr? >a auo i I a it * la aarly lif- a? loa?. aad aa Haiti (y aa <"i itrd with >? many d<araadaalu dlrl-ada; and I r<tnra 'a it naaienged, aad aa drtp'y la km d aa arer with the fn'' een a of itedutea Ita la areata, aad Ita amatea aata It-a-a' h- hi.Bly reaper ta la l ar of tka < ity af Maw Vara, to w .an y..a. u.y hr-t hltn,b<w baloap. that I fmi.rni?,| and >oag pn mad uiy ri faaalaaal a,arte. That har waa tha t aotaaai a af aa a la fy ?f kl??-tt?< many of whoa ware anil reread la t.ie pr it plea and prat'lee af khrtr p*< f a-1 a, and a ma f tit w ad "Ug etaadtne aad great tmiaaaea Atom 1'iee nf thta aldaV tlaaa ilea-iltoa Marrla >a, deaa a. Ti dp, L i aaa i, Ci itaa aad fradlatia, were m<et r ,napdr?"wa aad tfanailt- a ate, J prr-aa la at. Ua took tie Irad at all bta ad-o(lata , and oaadotkad aad rente*tar ugh teg -at aaa a . ta ? ataS ha wa? aeaapieuoweiy ??gag d with <"i'<aaata til it? aad yr adret ere#. an.t h# aa# In the fa tid <-t M* nlltaat aar-ar, w a . In the pa rra of life >a<i are he ha-i rttriirl the ititi or hte gtrataaee, br tail the etaiim ol .lie ra.e-r aaa teat -ante ? aa aaaatiruled apirtte white a, r an. rnir-e 'a I,ad daboaaeed end amine* a h?a- dark and -er.i; a plra-lnae hk hantaaad I.I- eiftlai fitl t? I < I aet'i A geal wa 'he )?ctlty aad n aread tha fa'e that await-d the i en by av ?a head he f-11?Img aa rule fr ,iw hi e ea'ry and manned ky tieanrahl Ben ha Itted ta diagraca ead tied in ee-e?rt'y? bat the pairs t who fall ty hie isndr wee anr'uded with heeorr aad taha ard la ihettareef tka aa'iea Bta (all ayrrad a drrp kla<>bi veer the laad a d. high aapirty aplilt raa at *ha llmr. and daaidad aad aa Ira aa ie ydi ita] cauiea had haaa, all haaite aad tha antarg ?f all ya'ttae ie end. with nr reaeeat, la the yaMie etar-<et <a af naf and enerow- all laaiaatia: htr|"ea aa a rrnat pakt.a rati"? <aittd him, ia order af age. naa another aiadk of pi"f?-nt'BBt aaa-'cuiea who jtt yi"<drd Bin, aad of tceae, i|,.(I.kao. '.oldia, and hirge, held o for> ii" e? roak. Ik-r onatiunod. Inng aiiar an) adn.lra na, ta II artah a? d atii.am had adr atra aad aai h ra ataya a w da i ynara In the yah aaieaal 8-11 Af rr th??a a jnna, a- rear af aa*enaiea ..f aval tka aama aaaadlkg >ad yiala ae n j-oif. >| p.-ar. l?nuii ih m raaniar latiiuire aad aire-r ananaetlnaa ankaittad. ar d thi y nad graaiar litla-oea Oa my dra iaiea. Anma ikaar early intimaia aid ain emwi'in a p> clatea etill lire, Int many aia g ?aa an 1 hare left ?e ma the m u-ntu yar e. n otiwg i Oiery -t thnr war'k. tt'l the ef-rn rap- ated pinfe ?f their fa> 'ndatiip aod ht.h reward t?f thee. W'lla Imbrrtt aad tlrlen wrro a' rr-ai't liana. Tl.fJ, nut 'o Man.nl..a. art* tk' or (lit**' atd'a df that billlinat ,.f ItkliarlM lk? v?* V?r* h?a ?f thadt t.naa-ta?na. ra in la all*rt lam nine. n-d a|n jaanca. Ib'nab dtf.rlagla a. a a r?i-a rf rliaraatrr. thaf warn aliba rat mtl.la in i.rt*ata Itfn and i?ra-amtnani In t*i>taaalat nl atanU 'ti. Wall# tia *) , arl'rat and Intlntlt ftitnd. aim bin I ?ta-t?d in | r fa aii.nnl lifa. and ?aa, far n tlma, tiai artit In nn>lnaaa: ai <1 man him mr annuatiaa nataanaall r at la*, and m> iitirnt.'t la aarul I fa a ntinnrd ?i b* tit ln*?TM f.'i"H and nrn-t H <1 htinahmaat, ?a>ii bl? dantl. And. naaartrtl/. naaar did thara lira man nl grantaa rrhlrn.aa nl ti lad or ?( ?rn r haart-naanr ana dtad mnra tatplj mm ii nut daji'nard Hit ?.|.td*n ad laaiai iad dantt, |. .ha mar. at .if ?.f., aid m tha fnil tlgnr < ! I la ani>n?aina intra a, a.a .-It a fa.ii.lie l a at. I Mind 11 a haatta nf all *ha bai w r-m a Ith anran* and dr?p at grlaf. Hla aitaitj alll ha . hari>ha?. aad raarmd > ! > na tba profaaatrn nf In* nhall a. t ttana in ha h..n?.raMa. ? aba rn'a (f nnlnra'a nahlrmrn . ila'a atn. aa mat W itr Km aiatt mt ai |nalut?ara * nf lata- .la'a, km Itwaa anrl* ?.f a ,uil lailmnay. Ha tnn.a amnn? na .a aailn fram hia natl?a canniff. fa i* Itu'inn it >bt can an of nia l<iaa.| Ifaiand'a Indt tidania, Impllan'ad h m in tha al.nagn af trraann t? Itritiab atipt ma y, *hirb lad tn Va baairtnut ftrtniitnd to n?.a?i tha anntitra nf hla ntnp i.a. nara a aa r>ia hi.iaai and r.a aaa r-aatrad nith 'ha r.iadinl ?rl"-ma a La. aaaa iNt.iiih. II* a. (if van firm hia h.'iaa ha arVtrar* C. pi a< I" haada of tl.r I'm I fi 1 .m In tma im-1 of lift* a nil law lla vat * ittnO t? Ma * ? ? . r? h?t, -r 0 r atar? o| |. t-ll rt anil aa o-aor of tlHan't afklrli r'?oa4 Mm l? Hi* "rat rank of th? orrlaMto* ; t?>?r?, aid* h? aid* "i'h wot a, Mfman, tl.dro, an4 Uaif failnia a-tro**!!*. h* inotodhod fill thtta a r i"fn *nmn*ti?i*a-nf'on aaaaooofal. ai*a>a of aM# tut Militant r#..rt-?* tha hrnt at hla d-ath ? ^afillfinddon va# that lanta'ad drath I* tha mitr* of Irnhf* *1 tt>a *fof' Ml' * alwoat la tha law of tha Coon; nvalfin* Ifca - all of hia aanaaWMt raiar far tha ?naat, ha tat > itiai'l lata I; Uia ifcait of loatb. ait auaa. aarar aara ta me Alior MOU*#. ao me euunu ui www. www.. MVW ?u laid by tboee unexcelled boot*. Me*#r*. Coleman k Steteon. rueb a< enuld not be excelled for exeetlenoe, luxury, and perfection of to* ouHnnry art. Tike follow, tag wae the bill of fare on the occasion bill or raRB. eevre. Mock Turtle Soop, Vegetable Scop. ri?H. Boiled Baee, Oeaolee Sauce Baked Oodftah. Com PIMHPIBeaed Boar'e Bead. ?nh Truffle*, Calatiae of Turkey wiih Jelly, Bread of Fat Liter*, with Jelly, Chioken Selade. oilcd i>|9hkm. Leg of Mutton. keg i*h Stylo, Turkey*, with Ovmer Sauce, Corned fleet Tngue*. Uame aiDB iue?r?. Larded Chiokaee, Hardener'* (auco. Veal Cntlet* wi:o Ilam. kil.a ol Beef, i la Mode, rillete of Veal, Tomato eanoo, -Oyetere baked In the *hell, Pie. garniebed withaliued Veal and Celery, Call * JJtad. Turtle a yle. Button Cutlet*, Itilitn nance, Turkey'* Win** with Turnip*, Small Oyster Pie*. Frioarecd Chicken with Pea*. Form* of Macaroni. Italiau tyla, Bice and llam. Creole fatlilun, Smelt* fried in Butter. 'fame Deck* with Olive*, Eel*, Tartarian '}!*, Frioanileau ol Veal with Spinach. aiLlSHSS. i'ickle*, Olive*, CVery, Sardine*, Cranberry Banco, U?r*o itaditk. Currant Jelly. Ko*?T Dieiicn Log and Saddle of Vemeuu, Jelly tanoe, Bam, Champagne ?auoe. Sirloin ol Utvf, Turkey*, Chiekoa*, Crete, Buck* TEQBTABL18 Boile-' Potatoc*. Hak*d Potatoes, tituiDi, Jvmad, Cabbage, 'I urumn, Parsnip#, 8|u?h. g auk. Canvais Buk Durks, R?rt Ci-ada, Black On eke, Lake Curve, W lid Turkt J I, Mildiica.-e I Charlotte linear, H*m \l-rin;uei. Hum Jelly. Chmupi.ue Jeilr, B'lnt kanir. bavarian Cheat i, Orange Salaus, Hre.iJeut Cakes OBkAMIkTI, Temple n* Liberty. Vases tilled nitn saissea. Modern Pavilion Temple of .almond Cake*, rri'ttiug Toner. Fruit Tree ot a In ood Candy. Mational Toner. cunrscTiotiA h r. Almond Cake*, l mini Macaco***, Jell> Ctkra, lade Cake*. Almoi d Macaroon*, K ism. Broiled Almond*. P?acn Par'*, IKa.jbc.rry Tarn. Cream fare*. TBI IT. Apple*. Orange*. Grape*. Fl*?. Altnoede, PilOerta, Prune*. kaieina, Mae air* Note, Tirandy Peach**, Pioaajtilva After the cloth wa* removed Or WAivHii.Hr returned 1 thank*, whereupon Mr l.ovu. Cbn raiau of . h* cjnitultIbb tnd rrt**.:df fit of th*t ni***-( 1 hip. l'hvv* trio (I at (nor.- ? A E I^E s: 1? : ir Mi ???? w; m tne mwoiM 01 ma wt*n nerves rat tlrmiy strung and an intellect unimpaired. he died fall af Uoi*-the trnameit ( tbe bar, the pride of the profeeeion, amd a raroritseoa of hi* adopted country. Loan will h'l memory tiro la the hearts of no alL Noat to thooo bright eoaro of that brilliant constellation, otood our lata aeooeiato. tbo lamented Darld B. Ogden. Bo. too, ranked blah la the order of ptofsaaional merit, and wy distinguished, at the bar, for brevity and fnroe of argue ent: admired aad poteemed for hie urbanity, hie amenity of maaaer, aad bit maay aocial qualities, aad postuseing a beart full of sympathy aad warm affections. be eadoared hitniell to hit associates when living, aad died lamented by all ? ho knew him. Hucb wat the bar; and tbe bsaoh of that day was of corretp ndiag ebtracter; tbo judgea. mottle of tbo tame tchool, were distinguished for their talent* and attainDiente. and for urbanity to tbetr brethren of the bar. Noti'rerf all the emmert cbancellnre end jndrot of thotetimee would entry us ftr beyond onr limits; but the names of Kent., hpeneer. Tan Bees and Thumps* n. are too prominent to bo Overlooked! and, iudotd, such was their prominence, that reminiseeiioat of theia will eulhcs to rive the leading feataree oi tlie eharaeitr of the judiciary of the tima. Of those emirest .ledges. Kent eultrrd Mrst end continued lougast ia judleisl life; bis talents sad industry toon broutht the Supreme Court, befrte in low repute, into farornble notice; and wt en dpencer, Van Ness sad Thompson wtte afterwards S'Foe.atrd wit) |hitn. tin with Livingston aad Piatt, who, at lifftisut timet, occupied tests on the beach, by thsir conjoint lal ort rafsi d the judiciary of ths State to the highest dn'inolion. The iulamy of our institutions st that d?y; the impurft elites end uetici* nc> ot the tl en existing system of judieisl pri ceeoings; and <he new end erohirasmiig questions Ihnl gttw out i.fthe collision of ths powers of Buret* and tho neutrsl relations so wisely adopted end to sturdily adhere! to by onr own government, devolved upon that eo'nrt dniioa n o riepovsibilitie- w hich called for talente of the highest ordei; and those able and efficient judg-s than oomne.iog it shoe* d ihotuielvre to be equal in the occasion,and the tweatv rolun.ee of their able reporte hear staple testimony to the tsl*at and ei ergtes they brought t<> the work,tand to it* successful aei . mplishmeat. Tuete twenty ralamee ol Law Kcports and the seven of Kent's Bquity Cases, contain a tody of principles cf Jaw and equity of surpassing excellence, sr.o mill ever stand a pn>ua niouumeat of tho Intelligence, ability, learnirg and r search of ths j "dgwe at that period of our Judicial history. ToKantweowc an sddUioasl debt of gratitude for the ?elebrtted commentaries on American law, w li'eh hear his name, ard bare by their great merit obtained a < rrency throughout the ratnn,aud attracted the attention of foreign jurists; a work which has tisnaliisd him as ths sri'lit niiiht ui.ti Millie beiiftacLor of th? una in which lid lived. Id tb? year l'-21 our judicial ijiiim with the Stat# c munition. underwent a change and the nuotbdr of Jud-ee ?' the Supreme Court ? an reduced to three, whiuh had the tfl-ot to diiplnrt the flvt incumbent*. wtote place* were aupplird I'\ three of new appointment. Bat the new juogee wirely adhered to the ayetvui cateblielted by thur pude ce**or?, end followed the court* whioh had been ruriued by tbem But the olfica of ditancllorwai nDtouchud, and the incumbent loft to complete hie cnninttit junal term, at the end of which he returned to the bar, and devoted the remainder of hie life ehieily to tilt rcviaien aid the paifcrtirg of lua (treat wort en American lew. tfitancreeiir. who had Ion* been in public life, and waa i f tn.iBi.iiie in tli* profeaalnn. followed in hi* fei tatcpa, and in hia theft career, ahowed hituaelf not unworthy the high Una I eeaMed to bim. tin hit rdatgnation. the di.ittDgniatiei atatetmanl who then pram led in in* onunctla of the S'a'e. i i . li i c m \ iiamt unanliiited, to the {ienatt for iti* offlee? that honorable body confirmed the nomination, and th* high truat waa confided to me 1 have only to aay that, during my continuanco in the fine at who!* time and my brat auergita were di voted to the diecharge of tho reapcn.ibie duttea it devolved upon me. tin the tabliahinent ol the Superior Court, though m> term of othoe aa Chancellor hail not tormicaud. 1 cot rented to go lato that court., and in that court remaired until another tevolution prcdueed another oha e in the judiciary, and the othce of judge waa midc elec The voice ot mj follow ciutena called me to the heneb of the Supreme Court; and no v, in obedience to that voted. I retire fr m that leech, ami rc.-unie ny piac# among you at tbd bar. In the wholr roar e ol my Judicial lite, it ha* ever t oen my a iny and con* ant aim. aa it e'er waa my prtdr, to mini t l.i" oh igatintia at d faithlully diaobarge tfedutireot the high trui te coi lerr d u pon mat and in the proeecution and perfdru*i te ol tl.oa* Uutiia, 1 have been encouraged aou very ere lily ami d I y li t aaairtatce 1 have at all titnr* reoeiyod from uty ' re11 rrn thr< uahoui the State, and note e#peo illy Irom the bar ot the city i f New t nrk it waa the couataeratlon o: my more imaiediaie aad intimate relaiion in tnyjudioial capacity to the bar if m> taiivr city, that diipoaco nie the ur rd readily to leave the higher elation of ohanciiior fur ti e t of Judge of ynrr favor,ta city court? ami well did your ceruisi walcmne at d the uuitoi to kindle** ai d a*en ing conhdimeand retard you have ahnan uie, Jueti^r me io inv choice; at d I repeat to you the acknowledgment w uch 1 'eel to I e en fu ly ttie, that il in the diaciiarao ol tltu high truat confided in no, 1 have encci edeil in fu til lint tlie juat exp tetation - of the put.lie ami tne?tug your appr. t,ill mi, I ow- tint iiiiini in a* i mil eat degiee to th* aou luce < t the learning andability, ti e teat aad imiliigenc* of the *>>le couoael of the New Vuik liar. 1 retnm to yon, my brethren, lolly aware of the nithctiltue which are to eurrotind me, and wl ;c)i B uy call f r tnirgui better mite i to former liinaa; ru i ni'ii iniuif vi ? : iae|i iiidic *r)1 Outlet ?llik?i lew plHini mi iumIh, in reliance upon iha I', in in u ee n?d mil of 11.1.111/11,1 Irianda. and *uh too 0 ,ntidwnt aaamaLra that. lu.drr y our aullloM, I may be enabled In eit""iili'er and cnrwni tha dlthiultlei tlm may he??t it p. apd may f?|e to fulttl tha truat which the klauu'-aof fiieuo* or tl ? lawor at tin public may commit to my char/a. At thp BirDiii 11 u kiip by tha judge. that tip n??w retiri d In in tb? tieirh. ttd took Li* plner again among thp n erubrre of the bur a Ion* intcreal ..f Interruption took plcoa. in which 1 hp company rum* apnor?aeou-lj to ttiptr fppt, and cheered tha honnrahla judge repeat ediy and 11.rat li udly. Threw cheere were called tor ai d hli pii wfth warm leeln ga of nuiina'mo. whoa the judge put (Ji-wr wuicb hp did attar offering tb? t diner, llg treat I t>e bar of tl a pity of Ntw Tork?Ea??ntial aid ia tba adBiiTi eirntMihoT juillct, and an honor 10 tba legal antwnua. Mr I.Pa i' then | rupoewd ilia following tuaat 1 1h? I'laMdrat o( tba I nitvd Blatta?wt.iuU *u dtaak with lood and nnimatid etaaia. Mr. I'aiMutT Hai l roao to reply to this toast, and laid it at II a I reaidrat wae tha tleoutlwo. Itwaa hi* duty to ra? the law a nam ted from tin a 'Ian tip to thp fact Ac. Nouo will d< n> hat tic | miDl in<uuiliant ol that huh ont'i poiee'iea kMil tl.a 1,unlit ?a uueeenry to tha (roper ditcha-pr ot t,,at print duly lia bringe giaal {.urity of mart, and that d elaion < f chara< let wInch dietiagulehad him la tha flaloa of iHaico. (A|| lamp ) Mi la ready to hold on iha .Kgia of pri.'e.'Hun i" urtend tl.a l'alon acainal lhaae miaauidKi um, wlo lika tadoua. would aaw Ut aeoda of eiwll war. diaimion, Moodihtd, and L.o'ual dcatrueliou on our gUrioue toil. It l? a #ti solar ??lacidmc*. that on a iiko ticcaaina, whan tba count'* au aimiUil threatened. a military maa (loud hl?eee fare accomi anlad the apearb if Mr fall)?a military luau waa tlm aiao l'iaaiu< nt of Iha I nitad Matca, uu 1 aavad tba I LP 11 Mr tall *at down amid mingled rheum and hi atop, the tniLt-r however, maiiifpatiy preponderating. 1 hp Drat and fi'Uilb toaat wa? : ? The but arbor ot Iha Btala 1 f New Vork. daimn L. Juanan. ha<| b-u't fondly called for, ro*o to raa|? nd to tbla load He nud, Mr. fraaldpi.t?lT"in my official, and, coneequtnHy, tnlinmtt ana n uLdtkiiai rela icie for tha laal tea yeara with a la (laiipaunl nd individual rtf.rrtd to in tba laal aea tioiaat, 1 ft at* t? a drgita, a-illtd on ti/ieefod Without reUfouea to yid.tlral n*<i or |<ditical pti.li rereea, Ops. Tiab it a irai. whom the pt.ligklai nt bar ot tba lltate of hew Fork, and 1 art ' uiar > ibm of Mr nnui a c.ty, at wall al tba ye'|>la at la'ae. Ml JLtUy dtiulit 10 b n. r. 1 a repuMiiot. a.oi|il city ul manner, art ULUad ia biui tin rkoieait unaUuo# o( tl >iata>n an. tba lawyer and tha gentleman. With htm, (annum, la harrdiiary and lobars; at a til tha blood >0 bit tetaa ae tl," inioilina ot hit heart ait iceulilt.d with iha tabid ot human M< 17. and aa ar eat Iowa ?i a matif at a Mi, wealthy with, 01 na'eMai*"n. bia haad la open far tha ameliorate e of the coi.il ion ?f hit tape; aa a friend, true, 1 1 ri re, ai d relit Ida. Aaa cblel magittrait, aaligbtraad and r mprat uamsa In lueriewa; htm, without oha-iuaoy, J oat. ? ul 1 ul at term fal'hlnl to tee law and lad unliable ia lue /ra 1 f <be public welfare. At a lawyer, dear and dncriniiaatlrr; glv ng ateurarre that tba voaatitutl n. aa bt underataaoa It. ia Ibe epiietitullua aa it la uaderaiood by ee ry a, mi I atateatna n ana ) nut. la all bit pnknc relation# and niaa.(iie. lot una tiabaeendaatly abnwa tha aria 1 f tba fib>|<aai 'r the 11. u.tiirri of inn amiilioa: I a?a*k of lla ae I bare fi utiit him, aad I haaitaia aot to baltaea, la ae tord a a. a tub tha eentia anu of Biaay hare w k? haee baoea IIBI iro h |oa?er thaa I bara, tboac ah? haee been brought t| ?l? eilm atid h> bieetir. .i.r. Jen nan then eat dowM, an.Id loud nod warn cbeera In m tlie rumpaby >'r Loan than aa<e tlie fifth toaat ? I li? III ti tl and 1U M*t mra*) lirtddrr liUKilKii rota t? > rp? ti l Ha raid: ? Una OMil ap|t pi lately li rwMtdal with tha 4i?likau.?l <4 I aa it ?? rt?> to tioMI ?> lki> iccmI a. 1 ha etty ? I Srm \ aek It (Teat lu'lfll to tp* ik ap a. II ltd IMlntt-MklMk Nak, la't,*. (tanph <r ) il la diaiiaki.nl ?d li I a? iwr irn. Inn, tl.a tnit, Mtloi, fnii ibi ?>?t. | r>c? t, Iha ib> ta>i uaaataettTtf-all bmi ( >( tha? 1* i<r rity aa a graihl maiiot. ?a all haec rru > ta l?ir it 'i Nt Wf. I aliada to -af liaarrtt with tha h*r " ???.*' ail', teaaui" a ?a?j rlail n Ma l,a*(1ag arar n 1 ton dlfuai. a ilnnitM aa, hut I h?pa ika height I*ir ?|ila Kui a>li i Kiitil ill >|r a'< lea hurt itg, |lnl ?|t? ) ar.T thra t n retard turtarat that lha Mayor mat tin ei.'dkl li akifat Tin aiMUirm), for I'a tuppnM aaiilM iMiartd ') lit hay; if they ?o? ata'd It. t'-aj' could put I. iie.tr '??.<! ,>*i?a aarl I,Cflre IL. appr-batloa af tha aor> muaity, (Ir i d appiaa a.) I trr Iljrt'i trial aa* Uro flrta, aa followp ? ii a In I. a tl tha (U'a- im U'.urea of all any aatlonal I ro |uitt ?r? (lot). lie iraeat> at iu* ta tha blpUaat poliU ?I taiyifeeeey ?? ritn. aiimn. I r t.u and rMligtiiilie ch.ara vara glean at tha aBOi r rat I'D cf thti inaat. tha whole ooui|.any flung at.rt et.rerttg, aflar hit h Ifera a *t a aoolurad outre, Bin load crfta tor Brgdy " ' Brad}.'' Java* T. hi *i>a, f"|.. II >i rr? and ?aM. It aaa eel Ma latraliea to haet vraa. oa> ear arka i-a tha regel?ri"kaU ta k. rut mi-tad t a tint dull,I.Ml.I aureatea. If tkurc k? akjiMr g let'iner Uu aadetao att.atiaa of a men. It lain# Van n it th* M.taa, k> ah.eh tha L p*? ot h.naaaity aad lla airanr a at dot tl.? it pear aaa all aa ma a. kf. ?aly to la f ra It td at <1 ire.rned. Mr. I'laeidaal. I am an Aaiarir-aa k> bill hnt it y |.?HtC Urn earn# frr in nn ea. and on tha aaa aaa I an eleiaed t- t.ae tha lead af mj falh?r aad taa I"?, aaa ll ? land la a h I wat kara. I owe the hr?t doty t" aj eenert), |l tr-it | Vhataaar aiayt. tn? p-li'raal p.r.i i-a - f a-tai/. Taelor, t la aaiar >. an da l.-rumaal aa fie I'l Ml* (taaraat Ba.aii aa (rn*rala? tha h-pa af Iff lain. (Il 'id elit-ra I l-a hut" d tSa dim (hi J w?ul4 ta d draa hit laiid lipl laiaa "poo him (air. Brady,) It it aiur lri?av elm ?e owed to him f,r egMiwr 'ha l>a 111 a* ?f lie nan-re M to', ah. rdnd Mm (Mr brary) aa'ifht aaa it at I a I laifrg to a | r-f-Ufion ia whleh ?aey taa irtlfrj an a atia-aura aad aaka-aa. hi a ha a )avi( tepn'r. f at tilt itie peer "onrta, with pi of rama, a Inei' ara eiried "H r m taa doll .r auita," ana of ho treat lata II,ai i an-e Ir i.irf, aad r ?ititr| aai tha h rad f anc iva*P i. eat ai a lupp-r. ia h m. aaa llaah M. Ma la ail, a tin n'O II ?r?. (I*n ili n< I Ma Mr. B . atard l?era aa a tan .nrat, at a rad itiail.r ao. i I aa aaei.iata at aa> a. a a ia it r.a, let ha na|f l-d tiro op|.?it? parly. Ha *Ara*a wuh air. 1 ??'IU If at Until ia an ma- rial Bra, Viodl~a h? tna al I i a al HP* IIV "pillaaa " (tlradia) lla Would aa a.rrey ? a a 11 if riiiiuti draitoyud lla aaa llnaa aha talid frith lir.fkdilaraae.fe.il f. ?>rai n m. aa fa* dude* t?al-, aho In ai balling Vet t.*ituif,ot lut dudaa >mII il, il'i tttttalfk a.j if I miaa. Juopa Vandrrpvoi. aa haaaat iff atdaaitrih* J. I.a I para by a jr tfieaa a.?*ail. al it km a jatfr. tut a ha taalil ta ha oka, I paaa t. lla - ii>'T iiinll!'. i* i mi ' i ? a?i. t ia '4 wr. p?l w, ?. afitiitt. ku nrm ttiaj la. < r lkla? COM. ?>?.?l? turn i.i k y lo??, tl a* t? a lit a tit J? t 11 a ta ? ".*1 k*l'>a? 'IK aa I n ini ttt*a I ' Inn li k:m ah a4?.aal? thaa 1 ia i??. ft Cti'i i:?>i>t ?. ' it'ai all * -I natal tial |ra?n ? at tl a ??|f ? ta'lt?hr. k'tahata, 4r Maotill. Jt if torn??.? . 4a*r? i'l'Mi, lit. ft, I ?. ktaiaia. I?r Jut.-* l>?n, Jtif t - I a?4 ttiort?mil taa |> aaiai I, aaaataat. hart r 4atta?II* | tltl* lU'flltt It B'?r? ?>? ! * I'H ?l llwill, It tTJ < . 4 i t.m< f. m 4 ta Ik' pta* ??.ti??*.%i t i t alltt tu?h*aj, liiaaitg f?ik ptila ( i??l nJ nf. ?i?il Imkw. Mr Haar.t ri'tirinnid bl? lo tutor of Ut? I &*? bj piopr?lrg tha loatt : ? It fit! b tt>t> '1 allrat.l? I fM ( 11,11 l>l? pi'lllll *1 liitratntt air ??t li a. a i-tat l* at.a tha fihaiu ?t tha kar Mr L?*? trad . apr.l'falia lattar lr.ni tna Jad?a af lb* luti.at t twi t, fil..?a J?ai. tit V, 1?0. 0 rat 11 at a:-l !> ? ?! ?f gif kraltl. all) artvmt my m???i in < tha tarilai I a a lih t hick r** bar# (oai>r*4 at*. ta iha |i>Vlt? ditaar. ta It clrat hy tat kar < kit litk. ta It > a?>i. tt tn? tt> a haa<aal Juaat. It atai4 I a a alntdt4 at tkt Itotail |tildeit>"i It alia la ll.lt Iai|fi4 tttii.jot.tal of r?t pact to th? 4taMaga ?h-t Jatift who ht? ?a l< t.? <tt?ota4 hit >r?tt talaata ta i ha i-abur tot'lot, ta tkt a*ii laptrtaat jadtmal ttitiaataf th? k-att. r.a .? bit tatasparaTitt ka?akaH tha tpymtaattf la intl tig cat* af Bart latataat aa4 at|tlla4a Uttt Mtat ahita jjF' W Y ( ORNING EDITION?SATU hev? fallen within the range of hi* examinations nt the formal and am the bench; and to hit prede rgeeore, aaaoeiatea. ratd tneeeaeora, it would b? high praiae ta tab a profeaaiunal anh along tide of him. In retiring from the eminent Dahlia trnata ha baa ao long adorned, mj ardent wiah ia that he nay rvalue in hiarire n t the reward of bia lahura, wbioh ttowa from a irrateful appreciation of their value by taeee benefitted by them, and In the inflnanea hia learning and diligence ahall be fait to have eetrciaed over the profetsioa whioh ha aontinoaa to honor, by taking hia place again in their midet. 1 am. gentlemen, with earntimante of great reapeot, moat truly ycure, SAML. R. RB1TS, 14 fit. Mark # Place. Maaera. David Lord, Jaa. W. Gerard, and Fraaoia Grtffln, Committee. Mr Loni> than gave the eeventb toaat:? The clergy- Kxpouadert of that divlae law, to which alhun an lam moat conform. ut ttainail.mi rni 10 mpoia? He had intended, on receiving the invitation to thin interesting met ting, tc be timply ? silent guest: but this tenet bnd been etnonnoed to bim. <>n which he wee eapcoted to reply Be would etate n remarkable coincidence: Un Thursday, he m< t fortuitously with a singular passage fr. in an onuuent divine, and hr thought of teaiag this lor the subject of Me n marks. Dr W. then read a passage from an eminent divins on those word* ol scripture, " Verily I say unto too. until heavrn end earth shall past away, not uno Jot or tittle of the law i hall paseawat, but >11 be fulfilled." Hit remarks are in tubttanve at follows? "As In thii tuner world, in spile of all its change*, and ths transform <tions of matter, so it is with the law of Uod, let Scribes tad Pharisees misinterpret it, yet not the least part of it can be anuihilated- not una jot or tittle of the law can fail." Ibie presented an important thought to Dr. W., what is taw I lis voice is universal and its principles extend to'all; it emanates from the Divlue mind; no jot or titt'e can ever be lost. In all the ferme of law. the apirit of truth which is in tl e law, laurroerved, and shall be for eror. Law is not mad# h> man. The prinoiplee of law are aot an cmasiation from " tl e collision of opposing minds," but they emanate from tl o Divine mind,.the source of all law. The point to discover is. not what are the opinions rf men. but what is ths truth, ti e sprit of ihe law F The world was coosiituted upon priuciplssofiaw. Law is before tho world. We of ths clerical p cfcseii n have a deep sympathy wish youi wo are brothers of ens profctsiun. expounders cf the greet principles whioh emanate from the Divine mind. Thus tho learned professions jmpathiio together and are oae in purpose, aiming at truth, jusiict slid correct principles. Those prinoiplss ere oemmou to >11 the learned prufeeeions; the transition from law to divinity is natural ami simple, end, accordingly, many lawyers have become clergymen. l>r Wainh ainiiT concluded by offering tbu following toast: ? The Legal Profession-Whose honored calling it Is to guard hi.msu law, tba essential head of social life, and which, in its trie relatione, tire man to the gospel of Christ, and, through that, to ths throne of Uod itself. Mr Loud then gave : ? The Mcdicsl Profession?Whose high honor it is to assuage human suffering. Ur. h mam is rerpnndod and said : ? lie had w is):ed, like Dr Wninwrifht. to remain silent; but it teemed l.e was n quired to r> spond on behalf of tho medical prcfterion. Dr. t. then proceeded to pass a high euKgiuin on Hie profession of the law. and mad* an interesting enumeration oi the high and great names for which the legal pto.esslou had utea famed. Dr. K concluded with offering the following toast: ? ll.e Public Spirit i f the Lags] Pr ..mm . i * nobly tnaaist in tb< diatlnsuished latura of her eminent members in .? i. it' of lit aroints aou social reform. Mr. W out) being loudly called fur. responded to this tenet be should he brief, and roaffra himself to the eubjeet of this evening's eelehrauon Uaehoiild regret the dsy when the Un.c'i aud the B?r should he separates. The greatobj?ct of tie liar m tarsi tun aod discovery ?the fleet euject ol the L ?i" ii is imi e tlialny aad sound judgment. If r the oollieion of the two tuinds an impartial result was obtained, its Wilted the relied weald ?mr nr?? wbow kindness a .4 ir.u.usl o i e deration would ceaee to prerall between the Hi itr h iio tl.a Kir. .No ?.aiiinm mi inurt appropriate than tt< preatBt to bc-p up thi* *Oiul feeling. when wa ware celebrating I bo retirement from tli* Uaaoi of ouo whoeo aarrioa* t in btcmrni in both oapai ities-cf ona who ia equally iliftu gulahad for hia aervi'-e* both at the Bur * <1 tha uanch. Mr M.thm icidu it iniaraatimc b.-totieal r*rlew. of tha cimoion law, and it* laCuante* ui. it tha oat iota a nara it had I retailed it nae 'ha bulwark of tin- libartiea of tha people. Mr W . > In a packed to a plci.cinr review of tha induairy, ice.i.uc and activity developed l.jr J udge Jonoa is hia rate it ob ti c rtinoh. and ha hoped, no* that ha waa ratnrm d to practice at iha far. iia would meet with auncaa and proapenty. If wa ara to ta pioapirou*. tha ttBBM law mud voi tinueti Hoarich, aad not h* deetrorcd hjr cut ahort r >yai roaa* i* le.nl caai u aa *. d pre. t ca Tha lege' knowl. <ge of our o< utiti), ia bettor capital than the gold ol California. If tl o I tiiiali tore rrji ct it. U.cr rijavt what ia taacutiwl to tin pt epcr.ty of our eeuatry. TBtaa naw codaa cannot ba mada uhatilu lea far tl a voa*ioOB law. In ralcranca to truata and powtra, tha lagiiltture attomped to aboliah them, hut what I a* he en the Moult f It haa been found wa could not dta1 era* with tha cob, won law ; It ia ihll aa neccaaarj aa tear ti Uiakethctr naw codia intelligible. Mr. W. truatad tha Bar ait ben h of thia State, wi uld unita to at'dy iha cm no n la w. * liich, no mattarwhat may ba our codoa, or what I aw iunoealioBl may ba mada, ia at:ll avar aacaiaarr and iauir) 11 aabte to .ha pro? p-ritr of our country. (I I.earn. I iha '. l owing tow-la worn thou giran. anil auitahly itapi.tiiivd to. by Judge bdwanli, Mr. Uornrd, Mr. bundloid and otherr ? I1 1 l.a b .uvh and the Bar of (Treat Britain?The hlatory of civil lifer I j fhrnialiaa than beat eulogy. II Tl.i ll. |. rtorc otihe I,?U) tl.clr ability and fidelity are t . tpvtuated the w iadt in ol tl.v Honoh and the ljarniag of tin liar. id An Indi pendentea* ilonaat Prcia~Thi*t|>"n*atuf that public at hi inn i.t apoa wbieh tha aueoeaaful adminiiiratloa of to. taw i*?*u?i>f d?|M?ea IS The manioi.v of art at uiuii conncclad with tha adaiaItlinth a of toe iaw. I Afirtwmrda tha re.nnton waa kept up to Alato hour, | and revctal ttluuttci teDtimoDte otlorr 1, whan, at a late hour, tha c< tuj ajoy adjourned line dir. Our llaitllMro turrr?|ioiidrnfe. BaLTiMoaa, Fob. 1. 18.10. > Dirrrtri in Moip/ond? A Bmrlrtqut Hill?.Jrrarai ?/ >V?n* McLmugMm in Kelh'airt - Tht ttrrkrli, 4-c. Our leglalatiee prcoowdittgt continue daily to eootalu rroorda of application* fur. no J grant* of dlvoreo* to |?'Uri la rarfou* part* of the State, to an extent unprecedented. Indeed, It haa become a bualoeaa with meiubwra of the hgialature. ta get tbeae appllontlnn* ' through. for wbkoh tbey receiro pretty henry fooa Karb mi tuber. when bo goew to AaaspoMn, haa n half | draco oweei of tbla kind in bond, nod r? kind of logrolling oyatrui la adopted wlaong them, by which tbey 1 agree to tele for rwh otbera eaaea. lot then be baae.l H i ? jlnnv. i... ' . ifcat Icurrd Mr C?u?it to liitroduco id tbo liouot of I Ik legator, ycwtrrday. tb* following bill. liUodvt m i bin l< riput which war alter waido with Irawn ? 'M l etta*. in tht coutrt ?f liunn it oftta ho ternary to dnaoWt tht oadt,'' which, unttr lit nrimtf lit Ijintit.l no, oobbocI two Individual* I nad It It proptr, In ti?? of ththarimru r>f th >m wh" *rn km tout to tri.drraa light nt t>?MiblK, ami tivMlljr o?i?,i > may lit, tho l.yiurarnl fouling nliloli lattrlliikr thorn; aat a I titan, In tliott dayiafonlirhitood |ir?*rt?t, It It ntaintt lit t|nrll ot tht tut. Ikal any Inimtn btm* rhual't bo bound >i) ti > t| tnrt ?l ooiitrnel lorgtr than la bit or btr jml. inut or contcirai af bt or ?l,t may dfcni It oblitttury; and ? hrrt r. I,un.b?r* In tht flat# of Maryland, (if wo art ttjntta i/t ui Iht numi.tr of application* for dltuttri ) whttl < ! madt In litt't or dollbtratoly, aro ?f oodily rrpoo ltd of; ton nt,tirtr.lt >? atamit ih> aatoral rifli't of man and .bt Ihclartd oyiaiva of ta lUot'ri >tu rage. ai'taan. teUinraad f t tlorrphrr, to bt fte.pci 4 to atrijn rtaaoat for aay act ha itay cuiga to ?nml; tbrrtfura, tit il oancttd. That wbtaivrrany irditldual may dtalrt to dlatoltt tht marriage lit, II al all art Control ary to a| j-ly tlthtr to tht l>*(lalatara or tht oourtt tor that yurrat. but that th* !* thall btflto'ImI upon iht drrlart'itn < f tucb niah, privately madt tt hit at l.rr parti ot ia iht bond." (Jur liotnlr bnta boon run d>wn for totornl Jar" part frr frank Vcl nautili raid to barn ;n?t arrlvnd from i. illfot i,in with a pr.rirranToaa full if Intterw from tb* intact cf BaitlumroaDd Id ll?t c ontry Ami,nil latbrrn. b il.?rr, ilrttrr nod bmihara, bat* b?*o hunt Inn for for l im wltb a portlnnrlty thnt bat torloualy Ui< d tha pntlri.co cf at* tht aud barbtrpnrt Vr W II. K. Babrr'a lamp Ottabil" hoi out. on HalUiroro nrrot ana burat out rbortiy alt?r daylight tbla aioiairg It* la. hownvtr folly io?u ?d Our tio t mart ct coal inntt tttady, llttlt at at char** la ptlro ht? tl* brro attrd dnrlB| tbt part atrb. TT.rft it a rrtdy talt f r al! good ttocbr al fair pricaa. ata?y mmmtadt ft> at b tt In |rt c?at lor aood poirr. Tht lill?r u aort >ht roloi at tit ntork B'arf tottrrdai -gf l?<> aarylaad *, liqk; $.1 tin no do , ?tt} , gi <*.. Maryland jnar. fa **'?. MkWitdo.dt, nrS- "?' ' ?i I'M '< * * < *> >" |("S I 'll Raltimotr aad th'o Maily-ed boada, I af, Ml*. It ibartt i Iitlna < rt tad Ohio Railroad, 66.'?. 1 ittcclpta and K*pt-nctltmrta of tht V. Ilt*tca. Faoa Irt Oitrria t? lilt? Drrrntti, NttrMi. from tarti at*. fT.aM OM M " l.aadt bM6WT? " LmarflMT (1'frti ftotw* faodnd) 604 too bt " BllCrlllttOH MiVKM W IW ud

?* Mk Mi 71 K;/?iilWfl, Civil. MlncilUaorut god |orrlgn Interrrurrr. . . . . . It S 0 Pf0 14 Ot> neciunt of Arm;. k>> , , ,fl ".rt?7ll 15 K< rlir??Hod li.". 2H6 ra IM,M H 11 Tu<11*? lvpartm?nf . 142 051 55 " rr??|. n. 156 7M 65 fOT.7'5 to Prattow. PU?y l otiono 44 lof n*' t. ke.. rublio l'?bt and I r-???ir; 1 012 752 At *? t? l>n?.?n ant i f I wutJ >of*a 6* 6.800 W Madrr ; ? ? <4 Tr**?ur> M<>4?* pjrlc1*i4 tidudlrj lLt'lfft 1078 00 tin li" O.'ia 66 M. NO! US*1. aW 4 Ttiitmi Otnitwift. IIh.imiu'iOi rii ?, laO M.l'lfl Thi On*atCa?a ii N?w 0?ir?i> ?A Nn Phih.Tkii init.t.iii,. ai.il I. i.a.ui. "Ml ra'? la Pl.il In* mat < ti v; a c t till* u bih h top* t?n ?t*t* f thn m-cil'l 'hi- d !> > irtrti r tlir I ? i|?? *# Ih'ri* It not th? trial lilt'* i>rrx??d>0 ?uh on iho nay f?nl Kitoo ?or lo?t a* ttoo of lhl? ? ? ? n*a lataant lo tl.o iwt oola'ot of lb* Into Irak ol < Urk kuif|iui?i In rrnrf. ?' (t>-IH( I ho flilnfrt *n. i.?li.e? I hl> o ? ! i m ill" Karoo* oh? alalia* lo he- iho < yhtot of latr*l i. laik hy Xnlla* I arrtata. and rltfor alefrr of vr* l-am** vtrr Hon*-# r**t* nor pr?trn*tor* np< a tha aHeyatlan that IranWi i lark ae karvledptd in >i|( llfsttmo that raid I nu lla# hi* <!?o?h'*i- that *neh Mtavtiofimmt I* enn'atood la l?lt?i* to Daalrl Con. <f I htladolphla. In ?M?h <;lnrk !*' ? that s vI'D.* i a*rloro ?a* tVn rairih hy him, nd bey* than *i mil n>ak? rb? aorao?ary nrovfmnn lot hor 'J bo rbild h- rti I* alloyed to b* tha pro*oot olaia ait S.n.ajoar* allot hor Mrth. It I* a?#rr?4 lat Irani*! '.lark iratrtod /vllai*. and th-rol.y iryitln aln.nl iho yallttoaor n? M* laalal daorbloraad foiood holt Wjra (Mr* Halt ? i a* rot b ra for ?l? |*a? ai'or 1 ho yroooat oia<iaaat avail* h*rr*lf "f all tha pruf* nolleotod by Mr* lealao*. to otlaMUh th> martiny* of I aaiol i lath and / oliai* I arrlara and *ba frih* n| on t MHh'i nan lotto,* to ytJt# that *h* U hi* t**ha ? A. O /hff# ./?** in. A ntooflay ha* boon hold In llnaton, and n moraor'a In oi yroo* alrt aiatod arkii.y < ayro** for an appropi mttra (1*4 W Mm tn ooa-lrtiat n railroad and liat of uioyrayh from flt Lead* ta Una k rnnnlrcd. )RK I RDAY, FEBRUARY 2, lfii " Court or Oyer and Terminer. Before Judge Edmund* end Aldermen Krenkltn an] ConokUa. TH* TKIAI. OP RAMUtL OKI'KY FOR A* ATTKMIT TO MVKl'KK -IIIO.MAK WAK.NKR, K8V , UY JtCANS OP A lunruiu. romiH dat* Fm 1 ?Counsel for defence eommenneJ by saying tbit tbii ni one of the moet wonderful, extraordinary, nod romantic case* that ?u ever presented ia a court of jastioe. He theu proceeded to say that the task of defending hie client one en eaey one; that the prosecution hod rendered hi* eltuotion eofe; and. while be would undertake to demonstrate the entire innocence of hie client, be would ask the patience of the jury while he re fleeted on a few strong feature* of the oa*e He then referred to the original statement of thie affair, and eald the oftener he read it the more h? wet j ecnvineod of the falsity of the whole affair, a* regarded Drnry. Counsel then referred te the cbaraofer of t those whom be oalled eontplratore In tho case. and aeked why wae not Thompson arr*?ted on the tam* I day that Dtury wae It wee not necessary to show who it wae that perpetrated the offence It we* enough lor > tbem to show the evidence falls Infinitely thort of ' provirg Drurj's guilt He then spoke *f the uature and current of the testimony up to the time of Drury'e arrest, and then oommenoed analyzing the testimony of the several wlfneaees at considerable length and oommented with muoh severity upon tho conduct and character ef Mr Warner, and the manner in which be left bis house for Philadelphia, a* well as when be returned, and aeked wae that the way a man who knew nothing of the transaction would treat hi* family Counsel then argued the Innoceuoe of hie client, and the total absenoe of motive ou his part, as well a* the probable guilt of other parties, whom he oalled upon the District Attorney to prosecute It was not the business of the defeuoe to tight their battle They had oalled for the truth, and by the truth they were willing to stand or fall Mr. David Graham. Acting Attorney General, then said?In dUcbarglDg the duty which remained for hiin to perform, and which was demanded from him In this care by every consideration of public justice, aud in the perl or man a# of which be had no private feelings of sympathy on the one band, or vindicUveuess on the other he should proceed to present the case of the prisoner at the bar devoid of all the collateral Issues which bad bven drawn Into It by tue couusel at the other side; and on the simple principles ot law and fact, which be would bring forweid, the jury uiust decide. He stood In u position most novel to himself; for the flrst time In his professional career, he stood before hie fellow citisen* to ask. in the nauie of public j actios, a conviction against the pilsouer at the bar lie would not make any professions of the integrity of hie motives; he did not come before them as a volunteer, to ask the oonvie'ion of this man. but he wa? here because. unworthy and undt though he may be. a* the representative of publlo justice, aud in the pertoriuaoce ot a publio duty, to place before them such c >nnlderaUcbs as In his judgment belong to the case The quostione which they were to decide on are placed wiititn a very small compass The simple question is, whether the prisoner at the bar ws< guilty of the crime charged against him; and be (Mr G.) bad hoped, for the sake of public justice, that the question would have been Hue have b<-eu unwilling to iueet that inu* from tha tirrt and hara diverted the jury to a <|Ue*tlnn of eoa piracy. and to every other qaeetien. but whether the party waa or aasDot guilty ci tola charge. Me then J-wonetrated tha fellacyof conspiracy lu tbla cane and ?aid that, 11 be uaderetood the object of a e?napirany. it In to eflrct the oi'Deietlon ot an innocent uiao by teetloieay which U lalee. If It were the object of the parti-* to entiap l)ruiy to a conl?**iou ot hi- guilt, doe* it follow, aa a oeceirary convey uenoe, that the guilty party bould ercape' Foe teu or twenty )*ar* pa?t, meaui, ladirect lu tbem?elve? have beeu invariably reaorted to, for the puipnae of detecting guilty person*; it ta every day '* experience, and they do not late up a paper without lindiog that the detection of tha moat beiarus ctimea in the community |j atTecled by ; the mean* which the counsel for the detune* aeeoi to be fo indignant at In pro. f of tbla he , ' referred to the ca-e of Smith l)avi?. the koueyack-r | He then proeevdrd to the con'tdciatlou of the taote of ' the care and raid that, lu doing eo.be purpoaad to I make two Inyutites P iret 1* Urury. by the eiidauce, I proved guilty of tblaolfeuce ' and Micoodl) 1* vVarner praved to be guilty ' because it follow*, a* a arce*?*ry ' c uHojuetii. that the guilt >-f on* Involve* the lonocence of the other There It no dt-pute that the act ha- been perpetrated ; the main tact* are not d*ul*d ; and ther. i roceeded to fix the guilt on lUe prisoner In ca e* of tbl* nature,tha flint inquiry which they would naturally make i* concerning the relation* which ail vied beta-en the partle* K or a number of yean, It appeand Mr. Warner bad been counsel for Mr.Drury; bad trabMcted an amount of business for htm, among ! wbieh were *ouia prosecution* in a neighboring county, j A dispute oocuried concerning a Mil ot e n'* for proteaeiooal service* which wav referred for adjudication. While tbl- aa* pending Urury expressed himself in I turn# ot tf.* otwwv wMevahaw veeatg* Mr Warner, | and *ald. In a tone of great bitterness deep ant content! ated. *111 tlx him yet. ' Counsel then alluded I to the ci nverfttlon alih < *pt Wyley, alter bie arr*et, i which appealed In the evidence and argued from tbeia rweugetni (eellnge on the part of Urury toward* Warner. In reference to the admUtdon* of the accu?*d ha would a*k. could a man, lunocent of a crime be willing t? stand up and deliberately eonfe** that he waa guilty ' The learned gentlrman Juvtlled the meaeuie* that were taki n to procure the admlerlon* ot the ptiecner, and If thoee adun*eion* depended entirely upon tuch men a* Thompson. he would not attempt to a-k tor a conviction In thi* ra-e, hut they were made In the healing of two credible witn *?**, who were untmp*ach*d and unimpeachable There U a Tint dlllereoce In thl* ca-e and waking an admission to aa acoomnllea in euilt. and whom he well knew would not b? beHrr.d in * eaurt of ju?tlr# l( brought m aride nc* apulurt hlra. Vr . i.rabaiu than enumerated fh* aotulaaloua of Oruty and r< ad th# aridanr* ~f Jenkin* arl i raaaou*. ana Mid that Urury *u not tba man i'.keiy to be led Into tha conf*'*l< n of a emu* of wbieh b* wa* anltraly lum erat, aten among hi* a?*olla would at one* deny It. and My that h~ had nothing to do with It. II* torn argued tb* truth of Urury'* eontaaalon* troin tha Uuor ??l the aonreraattun he la em the parllr* la tha room in Brooklyn coujetoIng tb* Proalnratown nit nay and the torpedo and Mid that li. m It, and tba tlrcum-taa-e* attendlug tha dallrary of ilia lularnal mac n In*. together with tha abn oca of t b* a a | la nalian of tact*, a* wall a* tha thrMt* luarlouely n.ade wlitali war* euauapllbl* of aipUoatka, tha Jury ahould lata ooncluaitra atldaiie* of Unity guilt. rJ'h* laarnad eounaal eonoludad a moat poaetfw sod ?l< ^uant aolree- calling upon tha Jury, i In tha name of publlr ji-tloa In tha name of hit followcttliaaa, and in tha nam* of that community which l ad barn outraged by thl* attempted nrriu*laall?D. to allow no ronalderatii u i.ut tbat ?i thair duly to mfln? oca them In tbetr deliberation#. At it* eoneluaton of Mr. teiabam ? eloquent a Idraaa tber# waa a mat Uaatation of applaix* from aoaia per?< n# In tha gallery, and lb* Judg* ordered that p>>rti n of tb* e< nit to be cleared (row aheuoa tb* approbation waa eipreaaed. Judge I unu nda than " a charging tha jary. re'erred to tha ?t*tat* aader which tb* pieaant ladictuiant waa fonad. and raid.lb* tlrat thing In all aueb e*?*? I* to mak* ont tba raepu dMn fi, tbat la. that tha olf-enc* haa bean 0< Win it ad p| ha nalt 14He.ll W la. who kaa *mun.itiad It f Tbat they war* to datanaln* tram ta* aeldei oe be for* them I he mala Inquiry In. did Urury do It f Hut tha dafanc* praaanta olbar i?-U-a. It I* not naoeaanr* to go Into them. If you think t ha* Urury did not do it. It la at'owgh. *o far a* b* lr coaceraad. It la not neoaraary to beliae# that M'arnar did It. In ordar to acquit Urury In reaaid to tb* **?nnd tnpla of coaaid*.ation bad I'rury any aiotlrr' la Inquiring h r a wotlre it |* difboalt for man who lead nooaat lira*, and aaap th*w*eieaa within tha law, todieia* a n.ollra aufkeiaat to lead men to tba parpatmti >n of atMne A man. |tr luetauc* whoa* ?hm? life ha* been I apaot In th* ahaarraace <1 themrraland human la*, would find It difficult to account for any matte* that wauld land to n wot Ira for oomwtttlag murder It wo.il 1 i b* difficult for them to tiaagin* m< tlraa ?ufkrl< utly | rtrcng In raapaat to Urury that will ha tha Brat Inquiry what motlr* |i* hnl' <>u two ?*aa*lnu* ha nllarrd threat* again at WaiMt IhaJtiig* th-ni*. f*r?>d to tba litigation* between tb* pr1? u*r an I tha ptr-eaautot. A rat tea. raid ha I* a pa-aba a* (troog aa tb* daalrr of tarang*. and whon b- th ar* combined h* balance td oouerlaace may b* entirely oearthrawn and th* jury a ar# to look for a a- mMnatloti of two aueh rnoI tlraa In tM? nue* 1 ha a*it Inquiry waa, waa tba d f?adnat ao nttua'ad that b* 0 >uld hat# ocwmlt'-d th# of. feuca? 7 b* bulk of lb* atldeae* I* to b# Inund in the c< afee?lt n of Utb>y. aa laatlMd to by Janalae and fueaoabj I ad |? Hi. nt ot l h> e* eoat-e io.-a, Ibare ar# ao eiranm| atabCM tbat *i uld ju-tlly the jury la raying thai .h# ' prleeeuer a aa guilt) of i hi* i Heme* it l> on n > # ? Bi teeaion* that m*y aara tn deierwlne th* qwad'lwn of guilt It ?* ao dt lib' ti ue that a titei t'tauodir ctrrdfn c Ire ntti at a r ra* ai* 'h* tuo*t ??.?* r?la of all kl f# tf trtt u. i y but It la ?l titi* il.a r oaf**, our whan Irnl) and rolna ? ') u I and bfou<nt h *?# Uilfr party. In f We tbe ue'?t e?' let* I'.ufy a I ?l?d* ofar'tiar# I ha fen*' n I# palea*'.# tuai thora t# d?u e* > I f. Ieie.l.,,1. i. .1 Ik.i.l. r. It ! On' ' Iff* U'e ,.| raeMrt.ala tratrnr'rg JltVl I" faaaita f nl?-.|'?n? nub d m\ j fiain* id a ioaaara V\ Itro a ? ufrlnl'ii la liir, a Ml tbaia at Idbaf rirrmaiuNtt lo tort) la tata It It la uui ia'? In ?? '! tbat i >. h NkbBKB toillllM loWpillll rWiM? p?. Ma th*a ra'itr?d at Jrayth to lha mix ?'i.h h uld |r?rt tha jury la nn'r * In I halt am rla i* ar.d d?'H iif ? lb- tapia aa 11.< ai | - a ad In II ea a lo vhathar tha?? ri.k"Ml?nii al uld ha ralltd ii'mn or oat Ma tlfk lini*l>i| rian n <1 ha t n.f?aal ?.f wrarf and *| lali 4 I ha |>< ltii? brariRgnp-n' baaaaa, aa 4?|>?k 1>d t f'Ij !?< ? ar 'IVttl rail <1 l?r" ti 1' * a In# ail?ati'D ?d ilia jurj ?. tha drfatea r?ll?i ap m that I* aia*l had hia.r? i U> a r?'"> ? ?tbia attempt, fo? taa 'la |<kl|l'?il|allit|iKl 'II" Ikd I ta* J if? **! N'?|a< liit' ha had andta** tb?t> tb> a ? il l aklhi a. Piker if i V ra %> i^okahilily of hit l'"kal'llk| tla r line Tl I ra a. a an rtlr?t:t daa'ara'lni ? oe h;a I art that h> had d a- It. aid thny Vara la Inter ('?1lt Ikbi il>a plieumr'ainea d?iaii*d la than lla ttoaa ailndxl to Vtan ar I'lna to fhiladelehla an l)r I rfla't'a ha?l? aaa aad th<- aaawtMMaa betaeen him it 1 hia aad referred I" 'h? manner la ?Mal h i M air ?i rj . raj th hi I. at 1 alt th? etrrarar'anoa* , antaalrd * ith tba ki. < dmlkt la aridanaa i I hat# aarataa la>|r'anr a nrld-i atloar. <>a atnrh ha alrb* d to rap a laff V l?, I ? i? ilia ?a a.r titaa >a ha | art of vt?x?.r aad tha otitar t* tha tMarro'natj 'art la rlafclaa hl? orra Ufa ia oyevlri* ha hoi if ha had hao?a It to emuara tba dead y ma at>ai a?are?ri>d hj 'hadalaaaa If ha kara ahat ha hoi p< aiklr.ro ha eerialaiy |iailitail hla Ufa hf | I'halli It It n *hi h?*a atpn 4?a aa tba taarant tha lid *a> diaar . lit tlajn; ana It ?*f a bather It la par hal .a b?\*i aid haaa haaardad bla ova H'tl <t tha.ror|m* at dartre) lag bie alia, la al.udla< lu tbU par v. a a IE R A 50. Ur point evidence, the Judge related caae la wtaleh are) rent girl **? tried and eonrleted for d**tr<>ylng none member* <>f a f<nillv with whnm ?he Heed by poumnli g c up The fact that (he had partaken of the roup hertelf wa? ur*ed In her defenoe. bnt *he was eunslcted and banged 1 hi* fact was afterward* com mtnted on by able writer* and It wa* ooneidered that iv wan a cdvic |'<q wuirit ougm mil 10 nave lanen place bcrvun she had endangered her own life and It wit* ur|r?d w?? Dot aware of the poison being contained in the roup. After her execution it appeared that she wua innocent by some per on coming forward aud confessing to ibe crime That caae ia a parallel vir Warner bar incurred a ha/.ard and the eridenoe would juetify }oq If he war on trial for the offence, in raying lie maa not guilty. The case itrelf ia eomewbat novel in tbir country, it rervuihlee the crime* of the Old Bailey, but we must expect that, at we have much of the strength and Intelligence of 1 nglsnd coming amongst ur. we roust alao expect to bate rome of its crime The jury HaMreil at ti o'clock bu' not having agreed at 11 o'clock, were locked up for the night. The Sltlp Caldi hiiuivlinw. Mm. Euiroa?By Ineerting the enclosed letter from Captain Hook, you will eerye the cau e of justice. I have oDly to add. that I showed It to bia mate, who en dorri d It. ar he eaid, with hi? wh d? heart. 1 he letter apeaka for Iteelf. and I joiu the oaptaln in hoping ttiut the day is far dirtant when men of high Mending can lie injund in character by anonymous writera, eyen if they do claim to hara been cabin paaaeDgera. fc KNIGHTNtw York, Feb. 1,1850. Nnw Yoaa, January 26,1850. Copt F. Knight, Ship Nrw It'oihl ? Uear Sim?1'be article you rent ma, entitled, ' A Narrative ?f tbe Destruction by Hrc, of tbe Packet Ship Caleb tirlmrhaw, by a < abin Pasaanger,'' i have carefully read It has fill*d me with indignation It ia got up with aome talent It would even appear oalm aud booert. to one perfectly ignorant ol tbe claw of ehlpN and the cla?r of men to wbich it relates But, air rest art ured ibat toward* ( apt lloxle Its insinuations are mort unjust, lis assertions unit untrue; its missions most ungenerous. I feel certain <hat I am peitrctly acijuaiu'ed wiih every step taken by 'aptain lloxie trom the time the hie occurred iu bis rbip on the 11 tb of November. until I pioked him upon tbe 16th. Indeed my opportunities have been such that I cannot be mistaken 1 have heard the opinion of every Intelligent parson who was on board of her, including this said "< ahin I'areenger" him ell. and at that tune they all agievd that ( apt li. waa fully equal to the emergency, and that under Hod, they owed iheir lives to hie prompt and eneigetio movements, to bis ingenious aud judicious meurures which by the way. this " nairauve ' tiielf ubuooai.tly proves. It theu adds " But why apt II. left his ship aud went tuto bis long boat, remains to be explained " We know that In emergencies, no captain ever atop* to expluto or give reasons for the steps he Is taking; yet in this i.Stance I believe mo >t cl ttieui knew at tbe time, t apt. II 'a motives for taking charge of bis boats in person. Every una capable of judging, is now fully anare that It was this siep that saved their lives, not excepting the " l abin I'atseuger ' hims 'lt. who live* ai u misrepresent* these steps aud the maa thvt took them. 1 he folioeing will explain why ( apt. II. took his nrute a* u* uiu ? rm m? aiarm ui iih wa> nivn. Capt. H went below to ?e* ami direct to pereou lh* effort* to *xtiuitutth it. i'hl* at the time, h? deetn?d iDdtepen-ablj n*Ci fi-ary (Wiiii 4 n >t *ay out!) Uur In* t he time tin wa* below. t'ie moat dl-<r?c*tul jciim were voactiUK upon deek. Th* uiao bad d*j-rt.?d in* whul Joti.i d lij other*. and h*a<l*d by th* b >alswaln.tbey bail rifled the peutry of tta eitab *? thn binnacle ol bulb ooinpa**** ant in* uabiu ?>t chert* baggage fco.ke ; bad got into the stern boat, lowered her, reeled bar aeteru atd were uow quiet ap*otatora nl ibr rri'tir. anil at a rata uWtanoa. Other* bad attmpted lb* ram* tbiua with a iju*rt*r boat, bad weoipi d b*r and alt of lb*m. aoma sixteen to oiioib*r. wet* irownad. \tlirn tin came on d*ok. he reatored orJ*r; but tb*n, while doti K Ibta, everything went equally bad below The pa?*?ng-r? ecuttled both tank*. eootelutDg ? ;P?0 gallons. b*tt>|t ad lb* available fresii watat id tb* abip apt II now arn ad himself expecting to b* obliged ti> raartt to tniilrorinniiae slaiuht-r tinconiiilta'inn with bin mat.- bnai let they thought batter to tr? what aair|*lle elbuttailoii wd cheer ng could do, bafo'a resorting to such seugulnary ni*?aur*< Krotn tbta time matters rather improied. until tw > or tbrea o'clock I' M rl the idib The rait wa? now read) ; ao were a. 1 the boat*. AII were again eit.?rt*d to eontlnn* eon ordinate while th* eap'elu ?lioutd tin* an equal di1 ieioD irning tbi in of tb* tt ill- nl provisions ami water thai r*i. ain*d Hut, at If every eoul hat b**n flr*d from tb* Internal region all rr.ebad a- on* man fur a I at tb*re ? lb* lea h"U<*. tba harniea cavka, tb* rtore rr om \o . ware Instantly broken opaa and rifled of their aoalanta. and it, in tbair bait* math in g bad not baen overlooked few that remaiued c ul l bare be? n living wb*u 1 fall Id With them Moat ef ?li?i beurel In th* anramhla alt taken to the rait ahlr.h *a- immediately cut adrift by thu tblr'y or forty who I ad taken foreeteion of it, and ha.- Dot albra been heard tr in Insubordination and vlllauy euch aa thia, must bi looii ly ?uopre? ? ad. or ear'aln dietiurt.au la to many wtji Ineiltable. What eould b* d '0* ' Who cauld be mgl*d eut ae leader* where revolt wee to g oefal? At tide awful DimuiDt, < apt li csll-d hi* mat*, and eald : ' S.r, I eve that whit* lh**e creature* think lh-y have the mean* nl eioape, violaora will n atlnu*. aud very mean* sf preyerv.ng lb* ship b? Degiec*d. Itairedlately about, our p*nu>oi wa can procure order. 1 hi* boaavar. will net wave u? I bare d*rid*d theref( r* to take eiery mraue of recap* Itoio them i shall take charge of all th* boat* Id pereOti ebatl pu' oiy rabln and euch otbar pa-sei if ra into then, ae all know I would be lco*l anxious to ear* aud I >g?thrr we will all drip aetern ion, with right or teo w*ata*n. will reibaln < d board t>?* boat we stall always h Id lo readme * for you *nd the seameu wbo are allh yu Whan tbey flod all hap* of *iaapw cut oil and that to ear * their live* tbey niu-t aav* the whip tbey will cooia to order If Hoy do cot. tell them that you ar* w-II aiuird. ltd that you will nut your way to your b at lu pita of ttiem and bat# them to tbelr fate " Tin* wa* draw at cna*. t aptatu II . with all hi* boat*. dropp. d a*t*in. V ear of b> lag d- tt.-u bj tb* male k-ptih-ni Id pelting the laat pern n Iruu tier that famine In 1 ?|and Thla, then la why < apt II left Kit ahip Who will ray It raa ill Judg'd T U kti will any I', wd* not hia ?hly nl*e MWNl K er on* I HMI uuh>-*l latin* > T that I think It WD* Ho lb"Uglit " A I ablh Paaaeogrr'' when I talked wltb Mid hd'I I remember tbe cob rerantn a well. In winding up bl? carratlea, "A I ahln r?*??ngef yaya n juet compliment t<> tbe Ur?t mate Mr II n? No coibt It will be appreciated and much In the mine we) I (In tbe cue to my*e|f. that lura-iiaelY Mloee It 1 rue to ble point. be fell* again opm < aptetn H , bail aceured Mm ol hurrying nil In iii kayal deeertlag again i1* i a*f et-g'-ra He ray* i d* "elderly lady" eeen begg d (I b m to take ber along, bat tba captain gl?a tba preference to hla olBcera ami area bta eereantp Tha tiuth la thla ? H a bad ant been one hour at aaehor at fatal hrfrre ( aptam II had pr-rlded a free paeaag a to NaV t ik lor all who wiehrd to go, giving them th* choice of rraeela la pi rt The "eld. rty lady" ca-aa bi Die with a>a la tbe "Karab " atmply hoc tu*a aha p e faired doing eo to gi lag la Iba "C. I Hell," lo Whl-h tbe captain and aateral otbera ire k paeaag* la It not JeerfuI to iblak how tba ba*t m>a<ure. and the b**t men mailable to be nit>repreeant?d and to be placed la rucb a ilgbt befota the publlo, that tbey will appear dot <Bty uneiea but aeen dt*gu*ting How earful adltoea of Influential pap-ra ?h u'.d be of a-lmtt'log la to ibalr ec luna* i bat which will iajura on ol ready un ftrlaaate man when tea tn oaa tha wretch who bring* II awaa Ma life to the aklll and (oreaaat of tbe eery rnao be I- traduamg U bat aau we nay tbeo. >f tba uwtia 7'teca wMen editor not only admired tbl- article, but I era told, la an editorial a*eertad. ibat tba taenaan ah1 pa were not it.ly M*ly bunt, ai d a<dorlon*ly an bnt badly found badly arranged and badly eo unloaded; and that tbe " al* b < .rtarahaw waa do ihile.a >hat aba elalaied to be. a lair peetwien ""A fntr *pac|iiien ' la aucb company, then I take l*a*e . ft Aetata Willlani Iii (l? laie of tbe packet *bip r aleb'ir m-hdW lt.uk It be la - a fair epeelmea 1 of rbe American eMpanaai r, that Anier ca Oiay challenge mmpartaon wlib tbd wcrld, eontideataf the raeult I wlah him and all Ilka l.lm erery racceaa I balleea I bey deeeree II A ad I fci pa tbe day la far dl*taat when their eou'rem-n will al "W any i.a of >u h a elaaa of mea to aufler la their nharartere #r? na a efatement by any aBDoaymoua aoritw bhr er. a If ha d'-we *lga hlia-elf A < ahia Paa*engar." With high trepert. I am dear *lr truly youre, (Nig Bed ) IP AV III ClMHt. Of the Nrltleb bark darnh *' Mural lrrtalll|fenr e. The I*. N *tearn frigate watanao, now lying at the rary ja?d I'urtadiouia >, l|. la aeaily ready for awa. liar lergtb In.tn atcai to e<eru. te tl t feet V loch a, l.agtb between p?ti~ td!eiil?r? iln leet length of aeeL V< 3 feet; Inaoth ?f beam, b* feet, d?p li of holt tl feet > Iteli.f. hi e I* built of Itvi oak. la a thorough e r d ut tkn>*aiibe meaner and la *aid m b a *aaa'i'al rt'ccfarea i f r aeal mrhlteetwre. Her armament ana ! ?? of tao |i,i g pteiA gun* of eight laeli aalihre, re'gh'r-g rlerea Ibntirafd eight hurd J aa-l ninety yilnd. *arb aid t w?r he at* da inn* nt ergbf Inch r< I toe, e iphit g ela r p, mai.d |ao huadre I and r'ct be |t nad' eaeb. N >e I* fi ir-Mo-I with t " lo lined -> ? " '' I''--' ? ?! '-JIIWWWTW ttotdiiU air putiip* ?v i? tMhp< f?r 4'Mr? ?;r? ?#, r< r>t?r tn? r? I*f*a> ! ?*. * 'a IferNr i)iaif??*f ? Ik* fn*1: ?a**r ?h?*l rfiaf'f I* M !???. J< anal* Ifi\ IK-Iih 4i?ii?'pr. 1< ?n-b*? M IK* i ff li g if li(l |' until ?*et'; H>r* ?!? . " fir* 4 1l.r'*?? I'll 4?*t|'l | * l*m ynniil* nr?ll?* M ilil ll'l ?>l|lil*f i fi? |>iiilii4i k I h* ?i?n " frit. ?? '? fn'ii ?l *11 uil'i ttc H* ' ' ' '"ob ttlrl, f\?*li 4 ffg* t??f ??fh [!* Irn? t ' b - a If f ir* Iki 4 *m>f?r f Ik* oa?i*r win-"* ? 44 f**t. a.ittb V fill. * it h rt?ahl* bin k*t*. Th?IMl?rr (tfir-a) if 'f ri||'r 4i fik I# r?tii'? 1'i?* XT f-*? I'm, t l t??t *M? p ? . t h rb. 1*4 b*** 'jtaia 1-*t of *rat- *af *, I hi v right ?.f lk? Mm ( IM4X.M poii'iik*. If* roi t of tb? 41.4 f> II* * i? tit'MW nnriim i.la t>f I iiitk? lit not? Iffifrtlr* Uni'i flft'*>l l.oorli i'ii Mitdtjf it| w?> firflfril (lilt kt|k k"tW? kj Ik* IttVi*) girl* A Mil I* b?fm* tb* Vafachufrtk* l.*(l?la'?r* ptn i|<*'a* *(!?' ? brfrgtim Ibtn l? *t *t*c- bi any **| it |>****?fit aain>i. any all. a u*ipr an 1*? a I ?*l?) tnlba | *ti n or p*rn ar m 4 tug .4 XI ini 4aflkit than fi? h a* at* namk >a?t frotn f r*i#n por'f by a. ? ?! i*?ibar ri"ti?ifft??fli>|t.it.i<n 4iat?* to |*iK'f> * mli g Mmi ta M4iM aai ataa |?mi |>i *4hi a Itftii any *r*xb *b*s Mr la ta daof*.' 1 Li D. TWO CENTS. Theatrical and Hwtoal. Bowr*? Thathic - The principal attreottna at the BftWcrv fa at I! I ' rtia H1?m f,f I nmarn ?? rh??liiittl patriot* ?f Heagary have rendered fbemewlvev nbjeota ot intercut to all classes nf our ettixena. and tha leaf frrm th- Ir history which the dramattat haa ue-d in preparfrg thia piece for the stage ia peoullarly Interesting The events connected with'he aieg* of I'.om -ru; the vicissitude* of fortune which attended Governor I'jhaai. and s< mefof bla copatrlnt* bar# been uaad with goad facte and t<> grant advantage Tha hill for lent evening contained heetdea tha Hungarian drama, tan other and excellent pteeee. vix " I'be Llttla Devil." ?l toil Kngageuient* '' which wera wall oast fr ?m the large company cf performers "Tha Little Dwvlt'' ia one of the beet thloga of the kind that ho? fir a loog time been brought out-a pretty llttla play abounding In plota and counterplote at court, all ending happily and to the entire satisfaction of the audience Baoanwnv Tiikatmi ? Yeaterday being tha winter i|uaiter tent day. a happy Idea atruck tha manager of the IJ read way which Idea waa noua other than to oaet. for the evening the capital drama of - The Kent May " The piece waa well put upon the stage. and waa perfunned ID a uiuuner which reflected great medlt on the act ore engaged In it The audience, which woe rather a large one. aeemed well plea-ad with the play, aod evinced their approbation iu the uauai manner I"tie afferpbee for the evenfug wa? the "Poor euilemau,'' In which Mr Blake win caet for Sir Itob-rt '(ramble a character In which he baa rendered himself celebrated long since; Indeed, 'here are but few who ha"? en >ue oeeded at be hae in 'bat role It la to be hoped that the endiaiore of the proprietor and manager of tha Broadway may meet with a c utiouenoe ot tae euc-aa wbloh Ihey d< serve. for bringing forward a series of aterltug comedies and pleasing modern diamas Hi hioi* ? Ths.atmi. ? The entertainments In tliia much tVeijUeofed ib'-atra coiuairuced with the e-einingly iu'ernilnahle popular c<>oiedy of tha Serious l-amlly " I he Inexhaustible tund of humor wbioh thla ci medy conteiije and the felieitoua Manner In which It ia rendered by Burton, and hie unequalled o moaoy, are the attractiupa which induce the alteo'laoe- of euch large and feehi' nahle audience- ae Invariably grace the interior 01 tbi* thea'ra. It pa?ead off |?,-t night with the usual success and was greeted wt:h dealer ing applause hy the whole bouse. .Iter tha bailad sung hy Mr llolmau with great taste and the elegantly raeru'rd dance by M Krederlc end v|ia? 'Val icrs the whole conoluded by liiat larorlta o nuedy of Coleman's entitled the "Heir at l aw." which wei performed to tha entire sa'iefactioo nf the whole as-ambly. To night. the "Serums Kaumy and the roodiea." Nationap TiiKATaa. - A host of fun was given laH srenipg nt this a'treat We pluce ot atnu-ement. Tha enter'siuiueute commenced with the laughable farce of Jumbo Juui." Itn second piece called tbe " Haepy Man," was played with din li acuity The next pieja ??' the old and favorite ex I ravsg tn/.a called the " -tun Hiy " rringer Blue by Mr T. D. Kioe. waa a rub pi-oa of negro ao'lng I he evening's enter'aoimenfa con rinded ?|jh the drama of t ho H-n-rf Ibiowot " 'Be ?ln lo of t hv>x pioru* *i re rxoxtexd h> a wxll tilled house, with rxbewod applaii-? I'o ulgh' the b*o?b' of Mr r 1) Kiev *111 taka piano, on whtoh oo--awi>e the oh in x bill will bo ofixrrd villi lh? addition of lh? laroe called tin- foreign t'rince " Miti iii i.i 'h Olympic Tmnit ? Yevtardej ewaniog ti e ei teitairuienta commenced with iba comic dram* of "Naval engagement*" whoroln Mater* Nixio#<>n and \t blent did perfect junttce totbe'r rs*p-oti?# part*, rtiaxinu' forth aabouiidxd appleu** it waa win-corded by tho Mifxro?'iUK tare# of " Saiat >ga Spring ' and the burle-ijux of the ln?l?ibl? I'riuoo " whl< b pa-e?d i If with groat ehtll'y and donldad u?o??a, all- rdiug Inbcitx pleasure and delight Chx ainu<?u>eat? coi eluded wl'h tbo builort* of tha-'lUrmt of tho Ho >r llou-o.'' which gave undi*giilaed aallwf'-totioo. Mr. Y.ltcboll In hie taionto cbarantoM of fnnotliy rapewoll and Moll' hubb was ? euooeeeful ? oror. ft tbo oatorfaiuiiirate ibi* ewxb'tnr see tho bill*. liaueN (limn - Tb? p-tr.irmanro of "Lucia" attraolid la-t evening au iiumenee audience at tha A'tor flare Opora House Ite-xinw ludood. that tha liearoriho era ?in appr' a-he. ft* and iho ru>r? til* favorite row- 11 boooon-* lu Tog..* among fa*hiouaf>ia ?octol; Like tin two pre vo u- nigbt* of thl* w-e* n >t a "at wan unoci-uptrd aud a groat many u-j?h|e to piooiita reat.. wore obliged to wtaud during thx per. ioiuianco Slgti.riL* bertm < ?. In li-r p?rt af Lucia, and Mgnrri ki itt and Bxnewentann in thxir chariot ri C I- dgara'o and twbton, croatod tho groa'oin axoeatl >?. It Is al*ojii?t to raj that tin* plo?? bar noror bee-u m woll auLg In this elro each pat ?a* rutnuata-tlrali? applauded, and I'ertus, a Com, and Uenaweulano w ra *o\tral tinoH rallod boloro thx curiam bj tha traa't* brawn* of the delighted atid'ehce Mai Wiratiek with Sunorlna rrufll, Slgaorl Knrti and Noweill aud * aia eth.r aiti-ts of tbo IUln>n Opera, b-in< ougagod IB R?tt?u at a mil-leal foe'lval iba tlran pxrfoc uieuoe of Bxjt week will take piano on Tuoedar whoa Inieri ' hon Oiowannl." which ha* Del with gr.a" *uca?*., will bo portoritied Slgnorloo Bartueoe I'ruM ee-i i*e I and Slgnoll II-ii??riiiano Vnrtl. Noweill Saujd'rino aud Stiidi runemlng the principal part* CiimrwT'a Orwa* Hot >* ? l b? nmal a'trar lleo aa terfainnielit le < fler.J lhl> awaiting nj Chr-e'j * .at Biiteble Vend. Thaowonlng'e p*rf<>rua?M? I* for tha bene lit of jcuig si eon the vl?lln int. who ? so ogcilool i p rf roor and liaritr-?og olaim* upon tha wlilter, -?f V,oceanic*' Hall. Many as tnmr. ha haw onda?wora-l, I bj tha e*otri?o nf hie musical anilitle# to plate# tn* ' pa< ten* of thle popular rcort and It le thorxfora h-#*l ' ii? will rocolwo a flat oilng te.tiiuouy of taxlc crtee-i, I by a f ull bouse thl-i ovopmx Chara will ba aa attorn i n concert tn-daj a1, throe o cl-rek. Ami m< ?v Mt in a?Tbo lotxro-flng <-hlld'-a. th* Mteee* Albwrtinl an gr- ? ly admired by rn? wleltera of tho Mueeum I boli draa-a'.tc reyre ?n'at|r>n? a ra w a Jmi fill n r il I lixlr minpaniI. .n ?i.il < a. llr? ' ftf I h t* it'ad ' tara ib>y appear Id, d'D? I ?uh n4iar*(*<l eh??r? fua I Mait'D- Iti t an tl) appear Id tha pantomime M tua I ' Mvtnioua Nigb; " ii d glr* tb*tr gyuiia-Ur ha'>, ' Dblck ?n J< it iltb nrk ilttiruaH thai Iwy ara ?lj waj* loilowrd bj uoaulm u? pltudi'a | T **?'! I-N| ? 4 nti \ out an ?? ?Thuaraalng th? grand etu cart in ad <.( th>*? brara m n tn in gallantly ill t'l.'l- d llm right* ?od >milnn "f tbair la Ira aad ?di p??d ecuairy. ?HI tabu piaoa tba abrrnacla Although lb* |iro?t>aiiii ?'<iun a -l-o ttco (if dm pun* "I muni" atd tba aril?t? ah - h*>a gr batcurly oflarad thrlr i?r?inM ?r? all tha t|r?t t-a lint >?t Ofih It uiinaca??*i y in paak nl lb * par ttenUri) but will ili'ipl) ray lhl? praaaiif-aa nppni tut I' jr ot tailing I ha p? rl i'I-iii <it i marl i?n brart*. whu-h wa an pamiadad will r-nultln au marflawing hcura and a brllllaot audlrboa. Miu i'io* V. hlta a ??r?nadar* gl?a, a? u?tial lb?lr ainnlng tn'artaliioiaula at 63 II I b? p-riar u.nntri cldi? with tba "black Mob King " Tm Mornr Pm * * - Such l? tba tl'la of a annpn-l. tloa f"? tha plane. ahlrh ba* Juat l.aan poMiahadla ar ril* and drdicaNd to VVm I fallal. b- sal bra >4 K.ngllrh Ja? ar hy tba author K I bi|b-b Tba ?agrarlbg tha flirt paga |? llialy aad r- in ark ably wall hhuiad and raflapl* tba giaataat oradll up >n ?lr. P. ^ K ramar. who d< llnratad It. TIM llatalf. iiiuiu aaw mraanart A Hood lit Lout* H Mandy. M>? Vivrh law II Millar, I tlra, I.. I itaynoad. Diwlit; II V. Baaat, I . B A ; l apt. H M Alaiandar I S .% ; I A Satlth, I'l iladri) bia. v?j r L W'hitaay t s ?a*t Sa'???. It Nii?a Maryland, lira halwill In tna, J. lila l*y. Llrrln-ol >1. \ ana' Pi"tgh?aap*ta, Una Hn??rt L. Kr?*. haibltfci, 8 Hp*ii"?r Plnrtda <1 H-???a, M*Dlphla; P. ">1o all Phtlaialphta M >1 j?r< > >rf u*, J S It a rrn an Philadelphia. <1 M *baw. |ad*?j Jan ?. Heading Philadelphia l?r Sa>m tlab?ina. H L. Hno?h I hlladalpMa. Mr l.aag Wyoming H A Mid ft. C. Wright Philadelphia. Tbua L llae.aa. I'cvghkeep*te war* aD t| tba arrlrala at tba Iniag Hnwra yt-tarday t-r-d.rt.b it*-)**. HtUburrh; X v.. lama* Buna n; J. Ilaaal*t*r, Moblia, H Dnf-i. PnrtlMi. J. It I'arnar, N?w Haiao, R tiaordla i barlaatoa ?. Ma artnr, Vatiw <ti , ll I art*. 14. lurnar i ?? l.ou-r* ? K.'Oiot d I. II M-ultoa Mft??na. P M>alinr? r?i|. la.flpl i* T Haiffoad, Intt n arrival al t h* mi -rtr?n lli>t?l John titlallt Wllmlngfoa. X P b"m?t. I.UaMald; J. II William* I, Hroaa, N?? Vor*. \ H. I oalap. t bi-ad. ipbia. R. M. Kinp Naa torb. I. X. ' Mllla. Bradford. > n*laa4 M Kah-a. P.rfm ulh X. w.dl.tgh I DoaaMaon Pbfl* l-lpln*. '-V pt fata, Biiffain. R Wafaaa. Mobil-, Alpbon-a OaVNM. L >ai*laoa arrl.'d j-??--da? a' lb* lto??-4 lotal w l>*\ ruat Ml#a wufl-ia. Cana?'tl?ai. M ?*?* ball Xa* Bedford. Mr Ba**lf aad Im4j O. PaaidiBB, I. 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