Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 28, 1850, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 28, 1850 Page 2
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KEW YORK HERALD. Rertliwrlt corner of l<'ulton and J A II KH OOMDOJI BKNUBTT, PROntlF.TOR AND EDITOR. j AltlllllHTI THIS BVLM.NO. BOWFRT TUE 4TRB. B. wery-Za*"Ti*k-Fobtt awd V?T1-Ill? 0? CoRINIH. BKOADIVtV 7HKA.TKK, ?The Vi?IIUI?U Ul^itTKIL. JU'ETON'S THEATK*, Chunbcrt ?trc?t?Domblb k Sua ?WIM> Due**. NATIONAL 1IJEATKE, itre?t -Coimn Fab 11-Ihiu t rim A? r*B-Ulbti?u A Tuhilk, OLYMPIC THEATKE. Broadway?Cm* a La a Xlf-l** 1111 ? J'ai ye k ? Th k U an ?i i H a Ca I rtr BaU--Hi i?l ui B? tUUVtTV'i Ul'IBA HOUSE? Ethiopian lliimtiiu. AMERICAN Ml'IBt'M?Amuiibs 1'bbiob* a.*c?? EtcB> AnttlldU.I AMI* IVMWC, MI1LODEON ?WmiTB'8 SaHtHAdKRa. TABEBNA4LE--UB AND KonCKBT. OCIETT MB1ARY-D? Chatu.loV* Painting or RrllCi i>| LA I'All! A. I?W York, Thursday, February '48, 1S ?0. Wbiu lor California. The itramrblp t'alcou, i aptain llartstfio, will l??ve this port at three o'clock tbU afternoon, for ('& gres, touch'ng at Charleston Saraoukh, iUvauii and Mew Orleaus Tha H'trkly llrralil will b? published at niuS o'clock this morning It will coutaiu the latent and most in terotiiig news (t<uu all parts ot tti- world. Among etber matter lit cements will embiaue '.be proceeding* tai Washington iu regard to the admit ?! >a of Ca'ifor- , ia into tb? Union. Single copies, in wrapper*, sixpence. The Adnlnlon of California?Tha Kinlgiu. lion to our I'ailllc .snore. There is no diminution in ihe emigration to Califormtt. Smait energetic yot-ng men, with big faearis and hopes, cturinue to flock thiiber. Shipinentf of merchandise to thai extraordinary region Ktm to be on the increase. Vessels are daily avwg the ti.ores of the Atlantic, for the shores of the Pacific, lo.'Ced with bouse frames, playiug cards, tyj>e and presses for newspaper establishU.'-ni.1-, du e, provisions, piano fortes, colli as, chainpsgne, steam < ngines, billiard tables, and lumber. This tin gr&noa aud these shipments indicate the future greatness of Califoruia. In lour months, ending on the Hist nit., the foi'owing articles, for 0 house-building alone, wete shipped from Dostou to I San Freuc>sco:? llouec ard ftore frame* 2.H Lumber and bi ard*. feet. . 7,662,500 Comber, buodlra 26 Doard*, number 1,969 P< ard? bundle*. '>5 Timber feet 27,923 Flooring board* number. . .. 4.SV.J Clapboard), bundle* l.'<)3 C lapboard*, number I lai bt trd*. feet tW.000 Shingle* .5 27S 6O0 I atb* 550 000 l.atb* bundle* 100 Picket* 70,800 Joist and plank, pit re* 2 617 Mouse frame* 2 044 There was a large quantity of building materials, such as doors, sashes, blinds, windows, which we h.ive neither time nor space to enumerate. Almost every city and village in the United States are represented, in irnnr way, in California. Ileaufort, in North Carol r>u, Ins just shipped 2I2,0<)0 feet of pitch pine lumber, 70,000 I'eet of which are m house frames; 145,000 shingles, and SO,000 brick*, to the gold region. Wt could multiply farts l'k<- these, hut it is not necessary to do so. It is not even necessary lo give any of the details of the two hundred j cargoes that have left New York, in the last year, for that part of the continent. What we have give# is sufficient to illustrate the way California is prowing into a populous and |>owertui rotate. It is the cynosure of the I'nion at the Present hour, and is destined to revolutionise not rnly the commercial w?rld, but to be either a wntie of hope and pride to the United States, or the nuHt-us of serious er.tanglements and confusion. It is extremely unfortunate, both for California itself and for our country, that, on its application for admission into the galaxy of the I'mon. its political orbit should not be found har?ii< with the other constellations, so that it could become at once a | art of the great system suMain* d and governed by predominant and con- ! trol'ing laws. It would be a matter seriously to be 1 deploied, were it to become the centre of another system, however admirably that system might be constructed to balance and hold its extern*! and internal forcea with rigarl to our own. While we confess that the present position of this new and brilliant creation of commercial enterprise is a cause of deep anxiety, not less for the difficulty Hint interpo'-ea its admission, than for the results which would attend the rejection of its application, yi t we are constrained to hop#, as well as to de ire, that the evcbU or the next fortnight ** ill be i favorable and peacefully derisive. The North, breaking away from the nu<l iui I'WWTS HIIU l>| (" '7 I nic nniiii^ w? nncrifice largely to antiafy tin South; but the duoj;"rto be apprehended in, that th* representative mini will B< t he colon d and ini|>ell d by the hurt and i* teinonations now rapidly marking the m iss of < the people. Light ha* b? n breaking in ujwn m? n. They oerceive thit there has been t<*> much of an af arrrasive and party notion on the slavery question?and though the N wards, the tirerieys, llie Haley, and like-miiidr d narrow politician*! till continue | rtiinaoH .ie, yet th*-y n< w aland in such a despicable minority on thia aubject, that they w< ul?t be convtKnrd to oblivion, could th* voire ol the people bo heard, t'rowing wo rker r\ny day, they abandon rh?-ir courae with a re* Itietance conch ng itsell in the tone ot a theatnctl Hercules, or of a bully ja*t conscious of hta err>r. Art u?t< ni'd to rail and bluster. thry faintly reite* rate th?ir do^, dec? rated with the micrable anathema* ard threats which ?foully characterize the speeih ot the defc.itrd, end make their wshea the iathrra ot their b< ,*i mi every p<.s?ible occasi? a. They cannot di*? rt, however, the public mind lr< in it* determ nation to have the whole qnesti< n settbd ?.t roc* and f. r ever, ao that the , North and the N??ttn in?y e*iat a? a harmonious | whole. nndiMMctod by the c< *t ami recurrence of aii agnat < n that car not reault id aay practical and which, probably, would bring about ! aciiou<*evih, or, poa-ibly, a | rmanent m itch'of. The kdm ol the North ia one and individual. Peace and union, at all ha/ard* and at every sacri re, are desired? and thry will be insist* d upon. Tl ore will lie no tolcratH a of any further atlemp's t<> make political capital, or to build up a party ?n the ?|*very theme, ao far a* the confederacy i? concerned The interested ?tatea alone must take care of the subject, and do the beat they can with the laatitntion It is their trouble?their I c< nietn, aad theirs only and it should lie theirs t*> tetile it an.oof ibemselvea. The North wish to ' have nothing more to do with it, and are willing that the constitution should decide upon the .jnes* tion as it appertama to territories. Meanwhile, in ('ongreaa the movements for the admission of California proceed steadily and with the animation that is engendered by the importance of the subject. Hope* are nnw centred on the action ot Mr. Webster. Should he utfcr a j compromise suited to the peculiar crisis, the most b?n?neial results m*y be anticipated, not only for 'he country, but for his own position anions the people. The lear is, that he will be restrained from the generous impulse of saving his country, by endeavoring to preserve himself in the affect on* ol ihe free soil men of Massachnaeita?a poor ambition, tl n net be confessed, compared u> ibat of concentrating his talent* for the settlement of the great controversy. Added to this, alao, th?re are npptehrnnton* that, in the vain desire of sustaining the cabinet policy, he m?y only try th* power of bit persuasive eloquence upon Congress If noeh be the determination, the speech will be either a total failure as to rflect, or, it tn??t be the m?tt V n utterly effort known in the annul* oi the world. A compromise of the right kind would be the safer rope to hold by, for it would at once place Mr Webster on an eminence, to his present one vastly r-rmnoun". The lmportarce of the admission of California pretees upon us more and more every day, at we behold the emigration that has almost decimated society here. Already, as it appears by a statement, which we give in another column, have nearly > a thousand vetuls tailed Jiurn our own port* for I the K'.lt/m region, Inarm g >u>r lest than sixty 1 thousand adventurers, while it is computed that not h'? than tvmty-Jive thousand jtrtims have tukm overland routes to tlit Pacijic. This is our j own transplanted population, wiih which we have dear and intimate relations, social and commercial, and ultich it t-hou'd he our pleasure and pride to fcuttain and encourage, by granting them all the privileges we enjoy. But this must be done v ith fairness to the whole Union. No oth-'r policy is.equal to tuis. No other pLn can be tolerated? and, to carry it forward, we mu-t be, and are, prepared to make sacrifices for the fe'jod of our Pacific j brother*, and for the glory and perpetuity of the Union. ' AHkIis in \%u?l?li??{t<?ii?The Course of tne Free Hollar*. It is very t vident that matters at Washington, in ; connection with the question of slavery, are ra I idly approaching a crisis, a'thoutjH the tamper, yetterdav, was cooler; anil that in a few days we know what will be the reault of the agitatiou winch was set on foot by a few designing knaves and fanatics n this region, for the purpose of s* If aggrandizement, at the expense of the good fi eling that previously existed between the North- , < rn and Southern States. What the nature of that result will be, it is at present impossible to s*y; j but we are disposed te ho^e, in the midst of ex- I | chirm nt, that good sense and moderation will i prevail over fanaticism and abstractionism, and that the union of this confederacy of republics ; will be sustained, despite of the efforts of the mis| chief makers of the Northern aud New Inland Suites to destroy it. It is evident, from the tone of the fanatical press, 'hat the factious disorganizes who have mounted the hobby of ultra Iree-soilism, are afraid that thi8 <lu?btion of Blavery, in connection with the new territories, will be amicably disposed of before long. Hence they are rallying thtir forces, and Hie determined to make one more eflort to keep opm tKe breach, w hich, unfortunately, is already too wide, between the North and the South. They ttre evidently trembling in their boots at the prospect, knowing full well that a compromise of this (|ue>-ti< n will be a death-blow to all their hopes of political advancement, and would consign the whole horde of them, from Lloyd Garrison down to his coadjutors, Horace lireeley, and the fugilives, Frederick Douglas and Box Brown, to oblivion, for all eternity. We accordingly see their organ, the Tribune, in a state of perfect frenzy at the prospect of compromise. "What need is there of compromise?" exclaims the one-booted editor of the Fourierite orjuan. " When ths adversaries of free labor had the power, did they ever accord a com* pronii?-e to its champions V exclaims he. Have we nnf llit* fact before im?uiideoi.iblr. and if denied susceptible of proof at any moment?that Virginia ceded to the confederacy, before the constitution w..? fomud, for the formation of free State*, the whole ol what was called the Northwestern Territory 1 That territory now embrace* the State* ol Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin ? e hdi and hI! of which are tree States. IJy the acqniH'u u of Louinana, in 1N13, did not the North get, Ly virtue uf the Missouri compromise, nearly fourfifths of the territory that was added to the Union by < that acquisition, notwithstanding that the whole of it whs slave territory previously! A similar result followed the aojuimtinn of Florida and Or go a ! Ttiu win the only acquisition from which the North did not get the lion'* share. But diving the whole of that to the South, the North, without referring to California and New Mexico, have up* aids of seven hundred thousand square miles time than the South. No net d of compromise forsooth! No?in the opinion of the abolition fanatics of the North there 's 1.0 n?rd of compromise?the slavery question must be kept 0|>en, to prevent them from sinking into merited lusienifiCHnee?:he breach between the Northern and fsjuthern State* must be kept ?{f n for tl eir especial bent-fit?nay, more: the ( niou It*' It mud be endangered, if not dissolved, lest the late which they have 10 long co.irted and ; deserved, should overtake them They have tried ] I iii:iiici?m in out u>imana miaiv.aru r ounermm, ?Ml mii,xiidcommunism,and aaaocittionum. and Koclwatrr knocking*, and every other absttrd tun. ridiculous i>m, and achieved nothing but ridiiii < for ih' imusthey Melt to decei\r and hoodwink tin- pvblic. Fanaticism, in the lorm of freesoilism, i* their Uai and only support If that fail, tin y l iil, and fall with n I the qtteMtoa be nettled, ih< y know thay may as w.-ll k-i tlieir colliq-platea i ntrnvnl, anil i|Uie?ly sink inio the tomb of ail such demagogues?that ot contempt and tnsigaifi< erre. We apprehend, hcwrver, there in unmc sound ctn?e yet left to the community?that there i? a mhih ol foibearance and coui|>romiae in the Und ? thnl the protpvet <>t ?ettiiBg the queatiou of ?Uv>-nr i? not extinct?and that there ia |iatriotiam enough rrnonf the |>eople and their representatives in W??hinptc>n. to render fanatics (lowerl^Hi for the nmchii f w hit h they design H'it wh?t shoald be thought of such men, who, with the abstract pna' i Immunity to aland uj-on for a |Mflm -and that only tor abow and abearance Mike?desire to dot toy till# glorious I'mon of our*, provided they could succeed in eietatiiic ihemaelve* on Ha ruin*I The lad ta, much ma* be smil of Southern ultraint| but it owra it* origin to Northern Uaatciam. and in wickednesa, hjiocriajr, atid dt>uMr-dyrd tillany. bears no coMi)?tria(>n to it. Vita lt?at? fnr California. Tke ?tea??htp VaV a Ltoat Hartrtela, Mill to- lay at I o cloak from b?r pi*r foot of Warr?n atraat, for Haunt ai d < haare* aiib a l?r<? aunfcvr of paaaaa I'M. Sine# tba railing <> tba ( m>hlp Philadelphia. cm 'ha 7th lb?? . tha followln? writ ha?a alaara.l of ?ll?d f-f San Vi??rl-?o dtr?rt by ?hi*h It will ha ??- ? tl at tb*r? I* oo diminution la ih- nuuiK#r <( wmMl* tearing far tha (nl??n annda of ( allfnrnla ? .-omt>ar?d with tbt rub n tba breaking out ol th? axcltani??t: ? ftl>. 4 Bark I.aniaa BI.m, U I'hail, Baanfart, N. C. ? ftoMllar Pra Hull, Ofatty, N*? T>?rb. P-Barl Siltf, Mnwland, B<>*t?n Brig Bar."a. Lane, Plitl.rftlyhla. VmI4 Riiliirail. Ki? V?rk. Hara I'otlial. Tata*. B. ?t a. Hni U*? *? t*. Kaealea, Bttiimata Bri| llarnat, \ >r*t, *t? Oilaaaa. febr F?m?. Paatra. B>at?a. H>*m. Vbwtaatee. It C<'l?a?ka? Paab, d?? l?n. D<am<r, ( Mrt'>l??. Uatt Alfi *. farier. Bawlark. Brit J?lm KtnilU Boyd. 4?. 12 - Hut #?U?.y, H?"i Vkt V iMt.til. ttrwae'ty, < h?ri'*t.>n. W? flkla JiLn <4 Blah*la. .1*a V?r?. Bark I nM, Oii?, Bartaa. 14? Bark ? ? ??. Barry, 4?. Bri? < rrirt liiir>r< Xtt Jtk. IV-8I r l<. Mbaf, a n I). do. 5kir Kdtar. *mltb, ??. ft .if. M-?al?\ WkiU, Baltlieort. Btrk lloma. ? !?. 4a. Bark 7.l#(tii, fcat<n. wtlaa. 15?But H.?a Ii; l?r. HJri Wr, da. fckf l.? 11* l?e er. N??r V'.rk. 17 l>ik I i!?n B ??i.?a. f.a??t. I? k?tk lr? ? * atre*. balfiar atm l?- H??? arabi'a'd nfi1, Piratae*, d^ Brit Lc.arii. *-kak<*i r. N?? T?th. p. l.r Jiw< | :ia. 4?. Rrtir J * > Mai >*>11. !???>. B*at/.?. NarMaUt' 4I*m.4, luurbttok. 4? Maa^aad. B?W lark. >r * T(i. t* $*a>? t.rttaa, ??! .n Hair ixtiMk. raini*. >?* Verb. 'Mr Marr?H, Itx, Boa' .a. Ik Ah I. I.MtitiB. Wrek*. n(*a itrft ^ <#?, <t*. Rt'l li . <???, Ftfork. ZJ? ?>?#?! Id r?ll>4 Iphia. B tc?ati> H t !? ?' ?, a. I*? i * ?> Niln lifjery, O-'l'i ?in*rt fi. If??r, I ??Ji. ^ I II||I?I', l'.?l (men. fm !' |! i I vKtoi Hot-a. k*>t k< .-?> bo. haailtafc ?a H?i?? #B*?. Bslv*wt? Hi>? Mat) ? !??, ht't?TT, Halt*. Hn? ktar??av? K ?ia?. n, H????a. ?nT..? t R-I?h#t, I NafU (?%. *W.I J fr4??. |.<ftn| <n? .?#. *??4. V?k. luk lui, Mm. > (> ?, * T r?. mm?w. 4?. 7T - Br'.- Hi ? ill# K4 n|. r, fcl| / ? . Jtakaaa, FhiU4?t|?Nia T?>? hi af p????i>r-r? tr tN? ?V??? a ".I.J |o M?. ?r a hn 1 11- I n? hy Ih* "aj of < hajrm l? ak nt 4.M ? ?Mrt. !?? !*" "fco ha I lift *(?? t,? t t?l >1 t*M ar? bat* p lo -an ? raa??? in at ut ICO ?*mia fMHIW> 1!?TKLM?EM E. Tdfinyhlc lltMli and Points. Afiniiu in Washington, as presented by ihe graphic reports, give ?; no tdd'tiona! hope of an smicable setth ment of the great difficulty. Mr l>oty's good judgment, however, in taking a cours? ihat will spare the country the scene recently an nounced as in preparation lor next Monday, re dotinda very muc h to hie cre dit. The bill intro ductd by hitn will be four>d in its appropriat< pliice. The discussion supervening upon the id traduction of it will attract attention. It abound in the expression of some very peculiar view* ? veThl of them rather novel in the method of pre sentaticn. On the subject of a dissolution of tH< Union, ihere will be found opinions of some inte n st, particularly as to the modu? operandi to eil'ec the object successfully. The debate appears t< h.ive been conducted in a good temper. In the Senate, the petition of the citizens of th< West Valley of the Kio Grande was referred to th< Committee on Territories. This will now be an other subject for excitement, though the publi< have been prepared for it for some months. Mr lienton srems not to have entered into the genera merits of the slavery question?but has said just s* much as might remove, if h?eded, one objection t< the admission of California, and that not a sligh one. In the New York Legislature there have beer some movements to-day, worthy of citation Merchants and manufacturers will be pleased to find that the act imposing additional penalties or forgers of labels of goods hag be*-n passed in Senate. By the same body the christianizing oi the " last of the Mohicans," by means of thirty thousand dollars, has been deemed a very propel pioceeding. In the Aesembly there have been several reports made?one in favor of Captain Cat-zynski, who was superseded in his command, in a curious manner, while holding a commission under Governor Wright, in the first regiment oi voluateera. Mr. Canal Commissioner Hinds has made an appsal '? be heard upon charges preferred by ' one Jonas Ingrahain." This promises to be amusing, and to break up the monotone dulnet* that pervadea Albany. A little excitement is beneficial. Kvcnta at the Capital, *e. Ot'K SPECIAL TELEOKAriltC CORRESPONDENCE. WaSHittovoft, February 27, 1860. The spirit manifested in the lions* of ltepresentatins. to day. was a lUtla tamt-r than toe rumors i?f the morning bad given people rea?on to antieipat*. There were sharp words la the street* and not a few tbr?ats and hints ef an unstatesman like cbaiaoter. Among ether thing*. it waa asserted that several members had armed themselves for fear some fraeM of a serious nature would take plaee on the door of the Hi use It waa afoollih pretention and any such measures are ridiculous, and sometimes lead to the scene* which men should strtee to avert. Mr. Pety introduced a bill for the ad m lesion of California. It stands first upon the calender, and will disperse those serious fears which hare b?*en entertained with respect to the anticipated course of action for Monday next. Mr Webster will deliberate, probably,a little longer, on the nature of the promised compromise He Is restrained by some power beyond bis own will. Northern men have been with him. and they may have advised bin to stlek to striet party line*, rather than overleap all barriers to stay the tumult Possesssd of all the elements neeaesary to Insure the sucoess of a bold easnre. It is to be feared that he Is too mueh a child of the North to give up the toys of party, which have been dangling before his eyee for a quarter of a century. The South bad depended upon, and still hopet much from him ; but should be merely speak upon the question, any favorable and permanent effect will aot be prodaccd He has a great chance. He has the wblp-head lr>e, and holds the ribbands. Does be dare to drive on his own responsibility * 1 he fight is ?tlU peadlag between the heroei of the Vesicae war. Coloasl Ul>?ell. leffersoa Davis, and their rtVads A etreat Aght baa Wen aatteipaUd; but as |he negotiation* are going on between the parties, it la to be hoped that the eiolting subject will be put te rest, aad more Important matters attended to Mr. inmoun view* win nti or proclaimed tin dm it wa?k. Th? bail* of tb?m, < ), bu not be?n an OMMi Tba lis o'clock ear* from Bait I mora, tbli morning, vara thrown tff tba track. a faw mll*a b-yond BiaUvtifburp, In oon?r<ju?na* of tba rails On* car, filled villi pteanttrp, ?i totally d<-molUb?l. one wni Itjurad aic?pt tba Indian eblaf, <>aotK? Copway, wbo bad hi* ankla bou#* frao turfd. Tba mil* wara torn up for a coa>id?rabla dl?tanca. RrraiMH Coc*r-F?a. 26. Datld Fulk ol Virginia. Admitted 27, 40 and 47?Wllllamaon va IrUb Pre?byt?rlan''?agragntlon, New York. Deeleion In faror of plaintiff rnitlot ??. /anpa. admtnlx'rator. Affirmed Wllnon t? Barnun DlemlMed and remandrd la tba Wheeling Bridge cnae Mr. Stewart eotinuM tba nigument. Kcaat'iaT 37. 'JnbnT MaKenila, N?w Vork. Admitted I'blted Ktataa ri. Rejne*. Reverted and rein?nd?d; to be (il-mlrtrd Wager vi i.rlona Affirmed 7 be Wbrnllii ca*a *ai argn?d by tba Attarnojr Umaral tada; VIIUtll'MHtT VO.IURKH. PIMT ?KX?ION. anata. WnnMiNutoK, Feb. 27, 1M0 rrtiiicn re* **<>th?b khiiiki, Mr. >?***i< pr*?ent?d a ni?ui oriel of ctttienaof tha Yalle? of tha Hto?<ratida, ?nt <>f that rt?ar. iff "P'ii Ii'iurni i i?i ( ''luuifui i ?r |D*ia Kifrnit to lb* l nnibiltta* <>a T?rrltorl*?. M* CI ICilDI IIMI. Aft*r th* pr?***titet??-B of tiMrvM p*tltl"a? and th* t?ai>artlf>a rt otb*r r*u?la* bti?la*?. <<a ra itlon of \1r Ibt Htutt tnk op >1r. It; Itrldliitlngaol ri m|>r< id if#. Mr kiKiuD nil) ut'fil S|'?nl'h li?, for th* p'ir> F<*? cf "hoaiag th.t M?r*l? mar ?b ll-b- J la M*il4n, j.iHr to lb* ae.jtilrttl.'B. by th* I'altrd 8c?t?? nf j?* * V?*lro ; for th* uci' pu?pn*? h. r-?<1 ?lm. tb? f n*<l iitk a of V**lio. V vt*d In 1414. ?bl~b d?<-t?r-? that r?(i? 1* a ?! * In tb* territory >jf tb# nktinn. II* al?u ?nt*t?<l at #om* l*B|rth ip'ian i-j m-nl ti ?how ?h?t If hal aot bwn ?boM*h?<l an n?a ?t aid think of Ukinc a #la*# tb*r*. no l?r th* U* totrtaiat rla???y, nnl*n fi.r th* purp#* bla s twrau>? <b?t l?? fu nd th* ala?* ?o moch ui>t*>?a tt# mi>i? a? to ?>ak* ?la<*ry iia*?f**n I Buprm?'jl<* In thl? *l*?. f* ithat ootfila* *?< to b* alii* d sad B< thlc( ln*t by th- pr*-*iir* of th* M |,a< t pioilfo. la moa'allon a It h th* t*rritorl*? of N*v \|*t. Ii*" and > allf< laia. Vr. Ri m n*it took th* fl-ior. ami prne?*4*<l t? ad* dr-?* it * H* rat* In TtBdiaatlon of lb* rltfbt of r*u> to all ?b? tariitory claim* <1 by h#r #a?t of tb# Rl? i .r?n1*. aad In oppn#ltl* a to th* third r**>luMna of th-* "*rl*? lntrrdo?*il by Sif lay, in r*latlon toll* bonadary of Tiim. I'#t??l?w*d th* *ntlr* i|a??M .n. quntlaf fro* vaiUni* docaaimU and oth*r anth *rttl*?. for th* par* rf )mlt| tba till* of Tn?? to tb* t an I lot y r ?'a.*il la th* ?nit**t f hl? r*tna-k( II* a'.*aJ*d that <hl? Htl* ??? ftr?t ?**m*d by th* f>*.aB M*o|ntl* n th* Hlo (iraad* h?tln* W?n aot'd *ai aiark#4 th* boundary ?t th* laltl*rfJn lariat" ndtb# ti*aty if lii't.liat ?hl-h #ucr..d*d It and wbieb a* !* (ai**d tail r?ti6*d by th* |pr.rn?*ai of ,Vntm W ilboat n r*l?i.|t?c hl? ?p**eh, Mr Rmk fata way to adjiBinaural at half |>a?t l?o. Home of K?pr?H*t?ll*M. W??mi#?;T<>W, Fib IT, ll.V) twr n il ir LtlDi Mr of T?r ?*??** latroduoad a bill toglr* a h?a.#?t*ad to #r*ry h*ad of a fkmily, or ?ny ?i !< >? mothrr of ailfinr ehlldr?a. *h < rb?ll b**>iu? p-rxan-nt n*<*u| I* r? i t th* mHI. K*f*rr*'l to th* t.onnntlW* o? X(rlrultarr Mr . |t,tri?d"^i1 ? bill to dl?e ara(* ?p*?ul?tloa In pabllo ltad? aad to ? ?* tb*m to prartl ?l ral* tltafar* *na ?*ttl*r?* R*l?rt?d to th# t oamltta* o? r?htl? I ltd*. Vf in.v < ' a t<> th? r?t?? of ?p1 iimilth ii<? H?f?rr*<l I* th? i ? IN Tf?t (tre? ??? ? ft Hl*t I* *1* ?Oim. Mr Intf'4?r?<l hit! to **uVI?h it branch o lm ! >? >ork. R?f?ir?4 t? th? < . nun:** on w i;i it 4 inr rinr?ii?i< qTl l!no?? tfc-ti ?*?t Into th* WfcoU rl? Ik* Pr?*t<I?t.t'? ' lifoi ?U M****** .V? !> ?? I?tfrjnr?4 th? following Mil. atltW? " An Art ! ?4a>tl Ik* lll'i *( III* tit* 1 nix* ? f; "f h??? f rw?4 f*? t r-?*ti*??l?? ?r< l'?t* ?*??r??-*t ?* l tpr'tdfrr t r ?, * ??* !,* I *l?? * ill tli'ifw, tlx <?I4 r. ?*tr?rl' * f?? K--it ..m.t*ll? *?*a?itra .*4 I* C I ti tritxl'1 ?. Ih'irf'-r# *?r. I. P* it kf >* >* ?!* ?*il ?f It <rr*?r* ItMfN rf !' r I I - *1 A <.*? ?? ! . C** * * % IM.'lMIUf ^llUtl CtltNtlM, *M| lh* kr*?4Ml*? M ?'r?? -t > tv? nil e??*tlt? >? . ??>?ll k* ?m ?n'l i? lur?tr 4"l*??4 t - k* *1 il* l'?l**4 S*?m? ( tfl.ra ?rj ?? n t <*r ;i?* Ik* I ?? ? It ? (1?lf**tiif *itf tb? ?r'<> ! t?a ?? nt *11 * ?? ? ? h?t?**r Nt 2 Tk< i?i4 SUM tl lilirimi* ft*M ntrtr iitwfilt with the primary ditj <> ?! 1 f the (oil withia tbe same by the Uaited Stales, bur aithany r?vu!ationa U>dkt*..i may make fttteenrira tlia titla id tur.u toil to bona H4e parehaeera tbi-rvcf No tai shall li* imposed on lends which ate the prepert* of Hie I'nittd plates: which said provisions are brrtl > dfclatfd to be lnndnuiantal e?ndiUuas oa wakh tie aid Stair ia admitted into tb* Union. 1 Mr. liMLi.N gave notion that be would submit an amendment. tbe Missouri boundary line i1r. TuoMHrt took the Moor and said the taot eould ot be disguised. FUteen States were disconuiatad, and It wan almost impossible for a frca people or ar.y portion of them, to be dissatisfied unlets tbete b? ft mo solid fjuudatbn for the complaint. A a representative el a portion of tbe peopU wbo are dissatisfied. tt was bia purpose to exaiuiue tbe ground of complaint aud tm whether tbe erievauce was ?ell founded The Southern people believe that it ii c< utemplatf 4 by the majority to deprive tbem of a juat equality in their goveruiaent, and to put tbem in oolliaK'n with sixteen hundred luilluus of their properly They believe they bare tbe constitution as a guarantee If not they deaire to know it; aud they Hemer.d Tiow 'lifeguard* for their future seeurity, as they supposed that ahea they caiue Into the confederacy they had tbem. We bate now arrived at an Interesting period in history, to te*t tbe power of a written constitution to protect tbe rights of tbe ceuntry. When the constitution was about to be formed. there was exposition to slavery which came near frustrating tb* attempt to form a federal government Before the slave States consented to a common government, they uruianded oommon securities Our auo mors yielded to Item the alave tiade for a specified time, aud gave them a represeutatlen on slave property, and made prevision for the recapture of fugitive slaves There was nnother (ermlty of good faith Gentlemen claimed tbe rl^ht under the couontltntlon to raatrain and to abollrb slavery, Tbe South as a country understand this. Northern men claimed this by iir.plication. Wherever our flag waved slavery is enti'led to th? sane protection From the first Con ftrit In 17U0. up to 1820, with the exoeptlon ot tbe law governing tbe Northwest Territory, the uniform precedents have predicated property in slaves. This has never been denied, and be challenged the production of contrary authority In 1820 when the Missouri ci uiproiiilse was passed, the principle of Interference whs Asserted He would tell gentlemen, In sincerity and truth, that tbe moment they brlug this government into conflict with fifteen hundred millions of dollars worth of slave projeity, there would be an end , thus act Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and other Stater. inaj i?nd luro here entertaining abolition sentiments but thay Du<t not feek to violata the prln, eipl*^ cif a government formed alike by slaveholders ud non slaveholdtrs, for the protection of both. It ia > Bit true that slaveholders cannot go to the territories with their property unless there ia a law allowing it. Slavery ran go wherever It ia not prohibited by law. The South are convent with their Institutions,

aud wish to be let alone It ?u the duty ot the South to deftnd their rights here, and the duty of the people 1 every wbeie ; ?h? u that falls, it ?aa for the pet pie to appeal to the violated contract. When the ?nnst|'.u. tion fail* to piotect them. tbey will stand by tbairarms. Y r Ha km was glad to announce that soon the flag of ; the republic would wava over the sovereign State of t ai liforma. to reflect oor splendor and glory f<>r ever an 1 forever. there a foot of urritory ever acquired, ca which rlavery eilxted, with which the North have ever Interfered? They allowed it to reaa:n where it war Mr McLanc?"Was not slavery prohibited north of ?? no? Air B?sra ? Northwest. Mr McLake?Slavery was excluded from Iowa r Uiktu-No. Mr Co>hao?Slavery exited la the province of Louisiana * hen it was acquired and wa* excluded froia a poitlon ot it by tbe Missouri compromise Mr. BiKtR remarked that what he raid va* literally [ true, for all pnrpoees If there was no law excluding rlatery from Iowa and Oreg, a, it never could hare gone there? the allmata prevented it. Slavery was never there to any extent lie denied that the N orth bad ever Inter feted with anybody's rights as to the rule ot property. Was cot the Wllm< t proviso piluclpla applied to Oregon , and in tbe tVisSourl coin promise bill and did I not tbe p< ople scqultfce' Is there any difference be! tw*en whet it wax now prcpossd to do. and what has b> an done? No man can point to any reason why, if it be constitutional to prohibit slavery north of St 30, it oann t be abolished south of that line.' Mr. tinu-blatery can 30 where Its owner pleases, and it is tha dnty at government to protect it. Mr. basta said Congress has tha nm? power In tbe District of Columbia as tbe Legislature of Maryland bss in that State congress has exclusive jurisdiction in tbe territories aud ha? power to reguUte proparty, or nobody has. Did gentlemen mean to tall tba North that if the Wiluot provUo should psas. tbey will dis: nh* the I nlon' \ ou are going to disfolve tha I ni ju . f r what' lour fathers did wbat the Congress who pa?red the Oregon bill <lii. and the late President apprevtd If so. now will jou do It? He wauld be alarmed if ha thouKht that tbe Vnlon was In danger. How do you taapina the I'nion is to be dissolved' Mr. CoLro< a - As allu'inn had beau mads to him. be repeated that if tba Wilmot proviso, la any form, should pass and slavery be abolished In tba L)l?triot <>f (C| liibl* he would introduce a rasolutioa that the I uioo ought to be d"Sotv?d. Mr Bui"-Would he introduce a rasolutioa that tha L'aioa rial! be di'selved. or is dissolved' Mr. Cotx o. a?I will even take that fortu Tha adip. t!< a of the Wilmot proviso would expwl the South from ! tha termor:as, aud In t tr? ol this woaid ha a dissolutioa ' of tha 1 nit n. Mr. B*?sa-Suppose wa of tha North pat down the resolution, of amend it, by saying the I alon la not disaaived-what good would tha reeolattoa do' Tha South have bstn trying to acoonpllsh this result for tlsbtesn ytars Mr. Co. < o, v never heatd so absurd a proposition. If ] ' Crrgress pars a bill lnc< rporating the Wilmot provide, n abolishing slaverv. h? would introduce a resolution , that tha I'mcn ought to be dissolved. The gentleman, and all tha V'ith vnM be couvtcced that tbe South ; are In earce-t Mr Bavaa took this a* mora declaratory than preparatoiy. ard tte n*<>lutlco so often passed in tha mlads cf tha gentlemen do no great harm In ths dis aoiTiig ni mo i ui o un, jf g<>Oi U II d"?? p??4 would tbat diaf<lve tba I nt?D* lie wanted to kB ?r bow the South war* going b*ron<l tbt r??"lution' He tad hw4 the description* of i<rord? In point of ?u, duty, and ?lo?lut?rr hut bo ou? baa ?a:d that t? wi ulj draw tbr rwnrd again*! thr coui"t.'ut onal pnwrr of lb* rrriri.?nt li n i wb'OT It I* doubtful whether the N**b* ill* < onr*otioa|wiil t<Mmbl*. * aome ?I the S*utbrrn State* will not eoJorM It He again brw are you g log to de-olf* the UatM if the V* ii?a?.t proileo ah uM |to u.orroa He would go agatnat the admUalnn of an; fl'ata Into the I wh're eonaMtutlon WmlM If tb? South thirnten iki North If tbey do nst eomprosi**, j In tbtir own language, the Nur'h Mya-let them c tr.e. He held It to b* d?m<<ralU<ng to the front Aki?riran people to thrwe who chrrtaa tha nam-- of >Vn?Mugto?. nader the broad ihaJow of tha wla?a of our eagle In thr nana of frtedoni ani eonatituti nil liberty. to eoaipel aiaterf to go wh?ra freedom ha> al *a)?eiM?d. It wanl<l be a dWgrae* to the rtrlilied wot Id; and ?ben ha wa? aiked tu attend ?la??rjr, to in. rrra-e ?la?e repraeentntlon la ( ougre**, th? North aould not light for any such purpoaa if dUunlon cine It ?ill ho tha fault ef the South and not ttiat of the North, and tbey will abide th- reault. >lr MiLoi, of .Varyltnd after atjoalng th* potilion of tha whig aud d-iu citlie partial in thr laat presidential aon'eet. (aid that a man bad b n elected ho hid txeltrd tha oppMltl*n of tha doatb, nad I? bow ibobb to ft* cnmia tir J to a llua f t p ilicy adBilttid by tba Mil IO > ' ?l il to tIr WHl litftwt Ht It now r*f?rJf.| a* lb* f'ra?idrot of tha J?otlb itj ?tatratin o of th?t tactloa ?rr al'lln/ to ilik?rllk? to tba Pirflimt'l r?r }?iiD?o l?tl )fi, but fruthrrn f?otl?imn fod thrtn?r|r?a alliad rid* by iid* ?M ntkfrii datui?rati? iter* l? an l-*uv brU ra tba Country. Thr Notto My that fla??ry * bail b? lehidad tbort It can b? and It In tbtf Cod giarr * bi?b i? to daaidt wbathar t h? whig an J df m rinlf jaijirt a~a to r trifata th?tn??Ur? for bliu?*l" b? at > nd ready t* **trlrate himself. that ba nlilt eo-opaiatr with tho Independent m?u of the N*rrb II* plarrd bimtrlf on tba tenth artitl* of tb? r iiMltatloa. (bat tba power! Dot d?l?C*'*d to tba I ?l-?d Mat**. n< r prohibited by It to tba Statra are i? >r??d tba S'atrn (M|i*rtl?>l;. or ti tba pa<>pl* ' <>>B'.if*rv BiUbt talk to blm ab^it tba Mliwarl e"Rr*on?? If tbay arai that tba lis* of M HO .? to t>* n.a by CMf'***- a?)l?| that "Utary i rt.a'.l art >nM North si.d tlarary thall ba tolerate I South of It, ha wtnted i>o inch a< mpr mi?a (lire n> n< B intei*eatlon aod (Ira It to u? Ib |oo4 faith ? ll<> ua tbr MI'?ourt rr mpr?!?! ? I>aa, f?ae on oo? ltd* ?t?l "la?* on 1 >a other a?pra?ly l To da ttff?l p would ba to a unit that tba territory waa fotarcrd outplda it tba rooatltut loo Ha did aot ba a** tba' tha democratic part* l? dlttolrad It wat Mlia and ?a* (ripR to lira , but not a* a tactioani Or jsti-ra-l' r. II- ?pp*aled to the ilem isri'y to fcaiapl* dcwnthoa wholneut ujiOB tba Wllniot proflao. I ha p?o|,> ara Influenced by tb*?enoly to a limited attant. All o!d B't ha>a tha hop* ha ha 1 If ha tb i?ht that , pilitlr'ao* and #tat*?nieo wara to tattle tb* quaatl <a. 'f h-> pf pla ( uld do thla who betie**d (hat tba (lory of a I la tie firry of tha federal g'.teraaieut Mr \ i <im mU Dtuikfiitn m<*r l?d their honor d??rer than any i tbar consideration V,r \ < I ??i did not reo'd the *n?*i?tlou of Tt*at ar^utbtiB hut d?B'?ratfa polity lla bald tha deaiv cral'* pattt ra?p' n?ible for it akd admitted that out of | t! r * tba fan war Mo man denied tba right (i i to fi rn their mat'.!' it ion i ndar tha treaty he r*coj rl*?d thair rlgM to ba r?*e< l*ad lata tha I Bin tt ;ha tifera*lot of 1 ongraa*. It wa*aa hoBaat at ,i c i rhitlni dl*Rratio* and r. aalitant wi;h tb- ir tlflit to f ioi tbrlr c> B?tltutloa At t ? tlaia. ha onu>4 lot pt?t?nt any trnlift that thay htra prohibited latin R,> I i .,l>, .Inn K^i.l to Ul>< lb* 'larotlun on It-ai?M't Ha w?nid ?ot* f.* Ul? KBlMlci II iU lirrll* Bud with lt? p r***rt b un- , d*rl?? II a. a i?ur??0ll"i? acofdifc* to U*a*rai J ay )rr * Ilry b* lti?l*l*d on. b* would not rot* to i drlr* th* South f- >u tbat tvrrl'ory. If l aoftaaa will . in ro*4 faith, on to* pr>natpl* ?f i> >? iot?r i ?*i tl? n II* wi aid vol* with th? iitnsn*t pl*n*ur* (nil Wlllidtld, lor *(? '? th* p*<-pt* ot t aliroral* ' l.oi* < I ih* faoiho foa#t. If ?ru la??i r*otion i*ii*>i, tlar h* wi.tld acta l?f ? ** t#riitn?y sutli, an I 'r?r fr?* Ninth <4 M 30 nil t<> *?i?iiJ lb* T**aa boundary ?*t i>attl II t*a"h*? i alifornla Mr < ibtairrd t?-* II *>r, wh?r*apon th* tornnitt?* to**, and th* lloo?* adjrum<d Tit* Y*>?K* or the Amriim, Brrraw. K?b >7,16M. W> 1*arn from raptain Harrlnoa. of lb* tuam.hlp Atr *r)r? tl at bin pa?*a?* aero** tli* At,antic *i< tb? Hi t* i*?t h* npar'anerd Ail lb* ft.iaU hutttraa on tb* larboard wh??l w*r* earr!*d aw*y, and baif on th* ?t?it? ard *h**l Tb* A. l*ft l.l?*tpor.l l? a heavy gala. atd wa? ?*?*r.t*?>? hoar* la Holyh*ad, wblah wanal'j Ink** bet M**n. and not b*laf abl* t < di?#barjb*> Lharpta! pilot. >>ron|ht him to thl? port. t\ ?iltrii Ka?l|iillani UiTKair. Ok f7? 4. M Th* M?ar> *r Arrow If firing np fcr Snitaln n*4 Ik* | lal*r?i*d<at# port*, with *r*rJ prn?p*?t of fnttlnf tbr^ngb Boata ar* now pt}l?( r*nnlarlf fr m lb* **?<*!? t*t*iaatlon of tha central IUili.fl te CM1 *a|p and MUnankla. KCW YORK LBOIILATVM. ALIMI , 27) I860. PETITION. By Mr Beeimak, of 2,743 eltlwu of Now York city, for the education of negleoted and destitute cblldreu if tbo t Ute. bill* bkroated. Mr Siamow reported bill toinoorporatothol,Buildlug and Accumulating Fond Aasooiatlon." Mr Bu kMis reported a bill to amend the charter cf the Manhattan rille Free School, In tbo oity of Now York. THE i'mickal i nfV liwi, Tbe r?E?io?ST laid before tbn Senate a commun'oa- i tion from the Commiaeioners of K migration, asking for certain modifications In tbe emigration laws. Mr. Villiams laid before tbe Senate a communication from SI meou Draper, cf New York, ooverlng tbe first annual report of the Ton Governors of tbo Almshouse. [ Tbis Is tbe most complete and be?t arranged report that baa been presented to the Legislature ibis jear.J IMr?Ovim:STI I* NEW VORK CITT. Mr. brrkmait introduced id act to regulate the widening opening and improvement cf streets In tbe cit> cf New York, wblch waa r? f-rr?d to Senators Be- Unian. L'rollus. Williams, aud Morgan. i hivate relief hill. Tbe bill for the relief of tbe heirs of Elliabeth Hugos. cnncerainic win oil rfinnunrnuoM wa< received to day from tlie British Consul, ?u referred to its tLird itading. V. i. M. STVAMSHir COUP4WV. The I'. 6 Mail Stiamship i ompaav bill was ordered to be referred to the Committee ou the Judiciary. ? uoahd of kdl'latio*. Mr Csops introduced an act to rvoriraoiza and regulate the Common School and U oar dot KdJcaUou uf the city ol Brooklyn. coi'WTrarriTiio tiHru The art Imposing addlMrnal penalties on person* v ho Icrge or counterfeit the label* of good*, was passed the stihhi hlot.fc ixuians. The bill for the relief of the Stock bridge Indians (" the last of the Mohican" literati;) *u cal'ed up for it* third reading It place* to their credit the turn of *10,000 i n the} < cuiplroller's bo<<ks?the interest at tlx per cent, to l? expended f r their bruetit, the 8tatt havlnir made a clear profit of f CO OO'J on lands purchased lrom them This incnmr l? by them to be expended In promoting the Christian religion, education, agriculture and the meclmnin art? It oat moved to strike out the words, ' the CbrL.tiau reli gicn," *? tending to make the bill an uooonstltutionhl one Mr Berknmu ebj?cted to having the words "truck out; be did not b- Have th? Chile; ian rdlglon t> be unconstitutional. The bill was a good one and this a good part of it. Mr. WiiLiAtta thought religion thrived bi-st when it waa not interfered with. The Senate refused to striae ut, aid the bill jafted Aiicialiljr, Alba-tv, Feb 27, 1850. amikdmeUT or tiir joi kival. On reading the journal of yesterday, Mr. Tarrx moved to amend >o aa to read a? follows: _ < That Mr I-ullrrtcn requested to b? allowed to addr?ps s uie remark to the House on tha main question. on the reso 1 utioD" proposed by the Committee on Privileges aud l> lection, aud to comment on tha teptlmnny taken by the committee and <?n the report of said oomnnttee for that purpose. Mr. Dlninny asked the unauimous oonpent of the Mouse, and sueh untnimnus consent was rrtused, and Mr. I ullerton denied the privilege of making any remarks In support of his right ta a seat as a member of this Mouse. The objection was refused to j be withdrawn for the reason tbat Mr Kullerton would ; not restrict himself In his remarks to tan or fifteen minutes " Mr. Foat> said that the request of Mr. had no right to appear on the imrnal Mr. Bowl s a*ked Mr. F. if he did not wish facts to appesron the journal? The question was debated tor acme time and Mr. V<rd olWrrd to attend no as to read tbat Mr Kullerton ; refused to state how long he would ocoupy the lima of i tl.e Mouse and that be had already befura addressed the I loupe on the (juestion Mr Inn said l list Mr Kullerton was tha only member on this floor who bad no rigbt to speak on the main question and h? was put down by the majority Mr Baco.n called for the previous qn?ition and tha jonrLal was approved. Ayes 65. noes 48. Mr. MeLswr. (ft) to declare the pub'.ls utility of a rallrcad fti'Bi Bu;T?lo to the New York and Krie Hallr K.t Mr. Ali ifn^, to remove all existing obstacle*. 11 *117, that prevent the New York anil l-.rle Railroad fro.a 1 transporting frrlgLt and passenger* through the State Of New Jeuey Mr. Goi>i>a*d, f<>r the repeal of tha law exempting ministers frc rn taxation Mr R? h?umi, for tha reduction of toll* on f j reign ait Mr FoaD, aralnst any appropriation to tha Buffalo j Hospital and Meter* of < barily Mr H. J. All*!* and Mr. Mo>*oi. that the ground *et apart in (ireeuwood < emetery to tha ofiloers of tha N?w Vcrk Volunteer* be enclosed ai.roava. Mr. Viiki lb*, a bill tor tha railaf of Johnaon It Cutler. Mi LrittRWoimi, against the Sonata bill eomp~lllng 1 the location of the New York and Frle Railroad I tbronph certain to w?*in the eountlaa of Chautauqua , and Cattaraugas Mr 1. Hated that the report w?? by roa-ent of all > faule? concerned and moved that the House jo I a to , ( oir n itr?e of the Whole on thia bill Tha < om.aittee of the Whole. .Vr O u r in the chair, (truck out tha steeling clause ( this bill and reported the tamo to tLe Mouse. ahinh wan agreed to Mr. Koan. a bill autboriiing tha Comptroller to loan mrney to ihe county of JeCeraon?ordered to a third reaiiiLg .V r.iimi.ofi bill de<-Url?g the public utility of a ra lioad fnm ( anandalgna to sutlalo by tha moat direct tiule Mr. Moan, a Mil for the relief of Captain Titua Fell* <>asiir*kl, of tha Cr*t|regimeat of .Saw Tork Yilualtei*. mr. canal coMMmioirn Hint*. m> o At < hi >ald h* ha t In hand a 0 immunisation frcm a State oOtcer to thle Hcaw which h- now wiahed t yuan! lie railed !<>r the reading. Mr. A. biped ( the II u a wiuld take rail; action on the rtsidu'.loaa 1 cfteitd by Mr. tnlth, tn relation te the catal fuade. '1 L> r* arealao spe> illc charge* made by Joaa* lograbnin. j a*a<ieli anal< ommlsei^ner tllnd* winch ware presented by the g>-ntltnian fr-m < irloaa* (Mr. Burroughs ) He wai acquainted with acme of ibe rltr 11 instance* r?ferr-d to by V r lttfrat"?t 1 in his affidavit They paaswd dlreetly utidrr Lis personal observation,and h- knew them to difler materially from his statement It I* due to C^mn.lsslc ter ihes? rhaigea l>* Inve tlga'ad *1 flout delay aad he trusted that a o .m-nitteo would be > appointed to Investigate th? aliarges and report tothia float*. The fUluwIng communication wa> then read by the flark: 1(1 VIII II"* 1111 gssaMBLV ? (.1 Micam-1 have rtaiaiasd rsrtaia cliargss prefeersd srsiast mi, ia the tvtuaaa'asU** te (tie Aseeatly, b; eae Jena* Ir^iatum. ? fu as these al<t.atl>n? ra>i>ite olhcui n.ii" *ti)n<i, 1 r aey n?laiita vr uea'eel of <?>;, I 69 lets tl. n. to ke f?Us aa-1 calamaioot. Tn (.vie* th-m thi* ...I ,. J....I l>l .. ??.lt lk>l II...... II...' : and ! n r?t rlilw. it ? matter ?lr -ht aid ju?u*?, tliat ih* AMtaklf vlll irUta m* aa arportitail* to ?l?4lcal* r i **a<lvtt, *a* ii| ?* my iK iatn la tb?lr ?ra* . Iiutctfr. Wuh tM* <!??, I i ifulW ait>**l < tonr h?>a<r?)>H* kt*j t<? 111 iitt a Ml* ? ? mo itt*r who** iuif I: *),* I l> *' fr c?t4. wlrbeat 4*Uy t> la'titi?*)* the ??M?i la ?u<-h ti'if ? milt laanr* t* bolli parti** ? |maip?. aal CMdit b??-lrir. fnnilwl hf ? tw*H*H r**tltBd*, aad aa b->aa*t d? ?,*' ?r mj*? ithout f**r, f*T*r ?r af?< ti. a. I *!) th* aiain.* ul m? ??ailaai?. aad m|< mj? I ?a r*a<lia??? ?? >* ?! tb*tr **at?a .ut, Vtij r*?j??itallr. lour oM?l?at Mrran*. ja< ob ni*i??. Mr. B aaot r.h* *ai 1 that on th? (".rat optoriuili; ho ?culo iota to tali* up tba raaolutloao oflvrad by Mr. ftail'h. and alan mo** ! to rafrr lb ' p*tttloa of Mr. la(rtal (Oi and tl ? a< ?uiaulcattoa < f Mr. Hind* to tba ??l*tt <niitllt*rt? b* app< lnt*<J uad*r thrt* rnnii tl> M. Tb* Mil to lac- ipvrat* tha Moatda Lako and Rlrar S'?au, b<at Ci ei aoj *a? |>**-*d HKIU Vr Bi litren? n>*?*d to pnotpoao th? >pr?lil ord*r, or tha pnrp'?*a nf tiilBfr up tb? r?* ?tutlr?u by Mr L. I). Piulth, la rala'iwa t> eanal fraud* Ad?pt?d. Aft*r ?<> ? dahat* tba ra*otu Ion* war* ataandod br l.?'lt* lb> ??laet rr>aailtt*a to roa*|<t of in?(aad of Uih atatwra Th* r**?-lutl?a* war* al ptel. Ol mntloa ?.f Mr Ma*<aoc tha Mil to anion! tbaehartor of th* Natii aal lamrano* t'ompany an r>farrod to II * iUI?tt < omniif to* <>a Haakt aad io*uraa?a i uiaI aalr* to report o-niplat*. ihi xoarirai. mil. Tb? Hon** thra w?nt into l oramltt** of tha H'bnlo, Mr f?eo? la th* chair aa tba bUl la rotation to bM>H*ll. Vr Mo?ioi >ald b* wao act pr*par-d to rota oa tha apptr |.r1*tl< a to aa* laatltuti >a aatll ho la** flr*t b*t? *' th* ?tat* bad th* ta*an? to pay It* ja?t 4*bt*. j Vr l (t ad*ooat*d th* Mil with much *n*r?y. aid gmiiwniKiiiw prcpriaty ot tna appropriation. and ? ?i| that tba bill thmii t b* o^po??l by |'j| f*<n> Naw tfltk, (Mr Monro*) wbaa that 1 el?y i*r?t?*d V 2 (4 0 l?r tba ?uppon of lt> boapltal Mr V***o? ??i l ba ? ? not <>ppoa*4 to th* Mil. but ! wattail to ktii ? W? a<ndit|<-a 01 tk? funda of th- 4tata Mr. f?l i? h' p?il tba aouthara la|<atu(?ll; of tha would aot la*d bin to lalarrupt bim la bit ? Blttk*. Vr mI4 that Ma aoathara Impatuoaity I rbcald al? *_t? kaap par* with nor < bam an*|?aM. Vr I. WaaallMiTti adrora'ad th* bill aa.l m?(?1 that the fltlaa of l' rb-???r a?4 tyraeaa* w*r* nbj?<it to ffaat nr'iw In anaa-qoaaea of th* ?ra*t laflai of latirr iiialwr ?>l alok ?al|ruu frota ? ana la b/ way of ili* lakM Vr Kimr rallaj for th* raading of a patltloa Iron th* rlty of flro. kljn. Ha .aid tba ( nwiatt'** wmild aaa that th* olty of Brooklyn I ad appro) ita?*d to th*tr Hityltal ?ba t'ta t-l ?l?(fW. II* thought tb*ra waa ao bill bafor* thi? lloi fa that waa aatltiad ta aor* eoaal'laratioa than thla kill. Mr >'o? n prcpa*?4 an amaaJmaat, that tba IiiWo llr?| t: a I if lha <3|?tara of ? harity "hoald r*o?i?? ao part of thla approprlatlao K%* prapwtlowai ahai* of ?wrl? appr.-prla'l ?a U> which *a?* r hall h? antitlad to r**alr*. ahall am. a at to ?? not! Adoptad. Mr Hi>? ro pr p? aad an *a?nda^at. that th* Buffalo II xpltal of tba 9lat*r? >4 < haitty ahall r*o*l n th* aa aa ?h*ta of tba appropriation of ???.? ? aa otb?r boapitalt la tea Ktata |Kr Br.?r? aald ha kaaw of ao otaaa nf p?*pla who did aotr *oo^ than tha Utat*?a of I hartty. aal ha w*a'?d th"* tn?tttatl<>a platad < a th* ua* footing a* othar tt*ttt?ttoN Loat > r I at t? propo#*4 aa ad<ttlon?| aaatloa-that ao part of Ibta appr< pt>a'.loa al.a l Ita applied to bulldlnga or faraltur*. Th* toll waa r*pnrt>d to th* llotia* inn< na aaaaidn. Tba ?flarn< a waa *?a>.iimad oa tba son***!*)! (** ten rt? Tb? W m*at th? lloua* ratnatd t > r?* xaB>|| th* r*aort to prorqra larthar taatlni nj . th* j i*? tl< n c*?.? ?f on tha rx.'Ut.on da.-larin/ 0>irtan4 kartad. and lb* prrvlt-u* |U> ?Un* waa aaliaj rutin g off debate on the report of the comnutee. S"in? eon- J fu-i'n rootiuufil f r tw< > three hour*. wien til* rtsolution ni carried. 50 to 88. I I The House then adjourned. I Tit* Krc? Ml VmtvenllM. I INN!, Keb. 37. 1959. I The Stat* Free Soil Conren'ioa, at Faaaull Hall, I* I now In session, aad the attendant* ?s rerylarge. Messrs. I Hoar Phillips, and other preat guns, are pre lent. Mr. I J. O. ra'.liey rooupWd the oVa'r nr??lnie t? ?v. m tiklng of whioh he delivered a lengthy idirtM on fit question of slavery. He said he ?u opposed to any compromise that would satisfy Koots and his friends. Mr. P., to the eourse of his reinarki. Mid, the telegraph brings u? a report that the Senator from. Massachusetts (Mr. Webster) had proposed % oompromire that w< uld be satisfactory to the Sooth Heeould not believe It ; and if true. tv<*re *? no man however dlftfDgui-htd, who would not wither under it, like Jonah* gourd. Sevrral others of the free soil party addressed the couventlsn. one of whom a?*?rt?d that our Hepreseatatlves In Congress were cowed by fear. Another,, speaking In reference to the proposal to pais new laws, for the return of fugitive slaves, declared his dstaralnaticn to give fugitive slave* welcome, and not beooas* thi> jackal of Southern slaveholders. An address to our Representatives in Congrsss, exbcrtirg them to stand firm to tbe free soil dootrlae, was reported ; soon after which, an Adjournment was moved and carried. The Hall ocntinued crowded during the whole day, and tbe proceedings excited considerable interest. Later from Havana, Chiilutos, February 2S, 1860. The steamer Isabel, from Havana, 22d. arrived at this port, to-rfay. 1 he Ohio. Schenck. arrived there the day previous, and left soon after for New Orleans. Havana was erowded with vessels; there was mush rain which ebaoked the supplies ol sugar, and tended to advarce tbe quotations, which were for white, 0 to 10 rials; yellow a7>?. and Brown &X a At Ma'amas and Cardenas there had been large sales foe ehipisect to Frsnce Tile Cass of Pearson, the Slurderer. Bostom. Feb 27-P M The defenae In the cih ct Pwrnoi, oharged with the murder of hla wife and two t?ln children, hit been reached. The counsel contended that the mini of the reared wax not luflloiently balanced ta be ncooantabl* lor the deed?that member* of hli family had been intaue, a till that he bae lacked lnt?ll<tot sine* he wata boy. Later from HU-Lom or the Icltuooer Billow. B*ltimo*i:, Feb 27?P. M. By the arrival if the bark Rainbow,Capt. Cater, we have aiivice* from Rio Janeiro to the 10th of January b.log four day* later than tho*e previously received. She report*, (oo date) the total Iom of tha snhoooar Blllew, on the north tide of the Gulf Stream, after encountering a uccauion of tremendou* gale*. She wa* bound from Porto Cabello for Baltimore, and h?d a valuable cargo of eeffee. hide*, ami Indigo, all of which war* lofct. The orew were fortunately taved. Dtalhi bjr Drowning, Ac. Milwavkic, Feb. 27,1350. We regret to announce the death, by drowning, of Judge Thorn**. and the Kev. Mr. liarlon, two of our moet prominent and worthy cltlien*. The boat* have commenced running regularly be* tween 1 ere and Buffalo. Weather, warm and plee*art. Good brand* o: flour are in >.t $4 26. Wheat wa* iteady. Tin ontherner at t'lmi le*ton. tviiiuiO''. Feb 36-J P. M. Theft** itherner, from New \oi.<, haa jnet arrived. idHihttii Nrw Oat.c***, Feb 23, l'W. The cotton market I* quiet ih* Imerlc*'* ucvi not having, ae yet. tune to hand Sa'ee. fir three day*, 2.f>Wi, cloelug at ll'.c for middling a?dl2Xe.f?r fair. The receipt" are 1 In ?hh, h?>?? l-*e than tbe tamo period lftxt year. Breadatulla qu.eL Sugar* firm Molaevee, 2t\c. Baltimoki February 27-1 P M. The market* remain aa yeeterday, and quiet. hipping latelllgenee. New Orlmm, P*%]4. Arrived- -Bi*?m?hip Ohi?, boliaeok. H York via Rmnt. MotMLr, Fab |>. Arm*d--8hip Oor Brlgta, NYork: l ark Sylph, Hjatoa. kir *r??T, Fak 12. Ar*iv?d--8ehr T Al?I, M Vork bcnad to Tampa. CHIH lira*. F*% (!. Arrived--Ship Now York, NY?rk; harki T.llaal ml r>r, 4o; A RTaft, B hri( frank, d<>( eehra Mi-nterejr, N Vo'k; Mar* I.oaiaa. Olaaa B'u?*r. Am Cattail, anil David 8n.itb, I'l.iladali liia; Xith, tihr M U Maboaar. . FuiirotT, PablU. failed?Srif I.yra, CtrJtn&c; ?ehr Mrnpbia, do. Pobtlakd, MM. Cl*ar*4?Briga Totod. MaUaiaa: Batrietta, do; aahr Tutor, N Vork. ..... _ Fali. Rivbk, Fak iS. Arrlvad?Slaop Tboma* W Thorn, N Yutk. SiLia, Tab X, Cltirt<-Brl| Cirlui, Pari. N?w Brrroan, Fak *!. Arrived?fthr Lib?rty. Philail-lpna. failed-Bel re Juliette aud Tomab, Pradarickakiir(; La rang", N< ilvlk. Boero*. fair. ArriTfd?Skip Aden*. NOrleaaa, Jth laat. Spoka .'vth, U? 40, In CI 1U, ahip Pt <??"r*a. from Liverpool fat s Vork. 8Mp Oieatridge, NOrleane, fith iaar; barka Fre4erickita4t (S? Kara*!Ilea. IMc J3 ABcfiraa. Ti tudad. M ia?*. Uawlaad. M-rltaae. lat laat; brn? 8?rab, rardeaae. it kit ia?t; itMh B'*t ?r, da, (tth laati N V. rk; aabra Marr M.lUr. eticto, aad Maij fatterwa. riuladelrbia; Jaipir, S T < rk. flip* Tarnaln, Mebile: J.nnv Liad. NOrlean*. Tib iuet. Dark Weyboaeat. Ritai a *1 raa, Ore ?. I.nt barka Ma?kItfUB. Iri.m NYork. and llaid of Mtleaaa. Ir.<n S.lam. Id .(i aiaot.i.., and otbare before lerorted. Ha? iuh mat, latli <0, Ion 7" 12 il.ip Cblrora. Iron. Iloaua for Charleaton Hark H)perlop, M'rteana.ft'li la?t "n >ka l(St>i. lat 3?, Ion 72, I II* Wuln?y, fr?? Porto ' abelln f r Ral-lniire. t Irerai- Vara. K H r >ht. Maltai ' baa William, WnbHa; Guard, FU edelpliia; Irira Jul a aa ??l.n, Man Iraaclwa; Oao'ita 1 Will'kBf. da; Adaiplil, C ! Hajrllaa: Pair', Ktllvdtl^l la; xbriTrvficua, Sbiiaaui. laMl??a. Banaaa lalaude; Orlai.4* Mork. l*r?ai'B*po*T. P?b IS. Cleara4 Slip Mia Vt!k?r, 9ai Fiaueiaoa: aabr if art) a. Philadelphia. Paovinanca. Feb K. Arr.vtd~ Bnf PuUaki. MebUe. Niarolt. MX Arrl*?4-Fl If Tik?r, B-i'oa (r In ft ?n< i?co; yui la with ]?? of rnddtr. Irak j. aad pait of ? ar<?< Infted. raaiiM . _ , _ . Havana Ftk 19. Arrivtd?Brie Car!aa. PIUad*l|hia: lutb, bri< luJ.aa Qiiiia, ?. Tut N?w Fiiamhiir City or Uiaaiow.?W? ar? lafcimed b> tb* a?ant In tbla olty. that th# n?w ataaoi(blp I Ity of (lUairov which la H?lu? flniahad in Ulatg ? Scotland, frr tba N#w Vtrk trad*, will not taka any attaraga paiiriipn. It la aa wall that tba public abtuld knew tbla Cltjr liitaltliriicw. Vn i i? ? Ti?* ' . ., t . , \ t f> t. -I-, k ya?t?r<l?y airratf-g, a flra broka<ut loth* varal<h t-ooia ojtba lu(? (tttn fort* n arm actor? o? Jodt B Puahaoi In Ibirtrrolb trwt. h?? ???n 1 hird ?oJ Kour ht'lluw. It ?? a aillnguUhad J>y tha of tha fraui?a: bat ictildtriM* JtBin* *11 bath by a?l?r ani Or*. fur ih?>i Ci?thp? ? OS T u*i4ij "wibi kl o'elroka fra brake out at No '4 l.trtla W*ia# atraot, tan-ad b? tha harHlai rt a-a?i>hlna Itap II ?M aitlngnlahrd alth tut trlflin* Tk? H'anaar** Hal? tt HiHt'l It tv rtyuft of IVi i?m*>rNr; of Ih* Kraerb K-??lnM<>n *h<fk f>?ar?.| on Monday la*t, w? arroaa. aaly a'atag that Mlaa Alginate Jagalla ?ora a Han^orlan dx-ofotlna It 'II lit to *ri4 ? a?a da?lr?d M tUI? that lha Birdal ?hlrb aba hai attaabad ?#M bar haart *a? % gvtrmit of Koaautn, with a prael.nM roltd of lV?<hla<. Rarer rn ran* D?o??iaa -V?l'fd?f imralnf * aaa 'cloak. a man oMfd J?ho I'rt- <?H fall lota tba Kaat Ri?rr at tba fort rfOllm a'faai ,td vaa ra?ciiad hem droaaia' hy uS?ara fbaraa aad At lob of lb- tjuiit id Parat AcdHiT, ?Jaba Miliar. a?*ind atata af tha IMaphra Aaatla. hanra UIJtl?0>l?a. h'Mod tha HV|h laid* ?f NaioMia". Ml tt< b> t?>a .jiiartar 4>et t? tba n.aln daak aad killad hlta?a?f < sp-. Mor.* hir ran aiaa laab to fat York In tha pilot boat Mary Aaa. Millar ba|oa*od In Cn|g Bp mg I.uag laiaad $i inn On tM >i|lrariM< - Watarday. tha inrnaar bald aa Inqnaat oa tba b'xtr of <ing.| H, a??d >HIJ jaara *bora?ia to M>daath aadar tha folli.airg air-nra?taa<v ? Ah > 'h?tr |>a*t 8 o'alork yaaUrday morning, tha il?a- 1 Mt nl> ra?1<??n*a No. 14* Barrow atraat and walkad ot.rttho liar lam Hall road. abara ha took oca .? tha Tmm'y raranth atraat ??. rl r?r- ?nlor np Konrrai, hvt th* d?<?aa*.| haan in tba rar flaa Inataa. b>f< r* h r-ll ?n(h|a taw. Mtva-al r-atl'ir* n ah" war* la rh-aar a-i-Ud In aadaa??.rlt?to rartotabla rra*on but wUfeoat aff-??. a< ha ?t<?d alant In maiMa'aly r MolToiaa. wa aadar* tatid f>wtn?rly bald an ofTi ? |tha Cuatora Hnn?a. 1 b* urj r?adar?d I ??Hm mat tb- I? bla daatb by flt of apoplai} t'*aaa?a M*? Foc?t> -Th? C.oroaar, twdij. aa? rail* 1 in h 'it an la (iiott oa tb? b-?lf of u atkaoaa aiaa foaoj floaili.* la tba dwt, foot of Sfrti t rtiwl Tb? body In l.i b- lb* mate of lit >Mp Huff ll (tluiir, abo aw i o?D*U > ? Um? MM*, |)iiih at Aran ???.? fnwna <J??r h?H aa lni|wa<t fa 1 Na *.) rrankNrl oa tba b>4y at J I' M?hi. t|>| 44 a aalia* of Hiaktin. br t-ad? a jaarlur. aba aaa ta>?* b/ a lit af af flti;, ai d dlrd iai?.?ltat?lf Varniat a*>"or<lla?ly Anatnta ?Tha?>r a?r ai?o ha.d aa laq?i"*t at 'fall friaabaMa* rtraat on tb? b?li of l.avi MTnittabar a.rd n? y?r?. bntn la N?? t "tb rha d?ara*a1 b?4 ?* ? laboring uadar III baHh f<w t<ai? pa-t but bad j-ar'l.T raa-a?t?d a?d ?** <>a fcla ratarn bonta fr> m a aaik the '?*' I'ttfa a raat. ?h-n ba anddaal? f?ll m tba jroitd and aaa f"t>*?T?d bntna, atid at| lr?d allo t ina< d>at?\j V J d<-*tb bf apo