Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 9, 1850, Page 5

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 9, 1850 Page 5
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i Oaf Ran PranrlMu Fit..*- i-n'.i, M tcfi !, i Tnminatir.n nf tltr Rainy tStuvm? l -i >** the Ot-VtlHtr and 1 wm I ttnrii* i t T.-'sV*--PiMtaiy Electi nt?lr-r, w i? the Pri t cf II i Ettate una Merchandm? t'ahf > ni i .V. u -p u-c?M del At tut*?Luu-irr* f,i ?, ? >1 i*ii ? Jlittri Her-?iitrotltrt viing?Fiuu* /Fun/? ItUmjit at &uicidi?L i. < try of u A'w end llsrh Placer. The heavy rt.ins of our long and proU- et .1 w.n- J ter have ut lust come to i )i. p. v i . ui < itv.?o, .nd , we are glorying in th delights of a C. lii'ornn epring?Macintoshes, dreadnoughts, -in i H no i tea hoots, have given way to i In c-i t.-, hyv v-ii ai.d the general art..) < t innnn*r riothtng; ail, i'iatet.d of hot punch?* anil T< n ml .1 try.!, ..1 ?ul j fcoda Water are in great d- in i I am t-orry to say that tli political *y <?i en !?* J loved California i? not ce it n:> is ii i lno.nl j blue fiimument. Cov. Liuimti, uo 1 ml you !? ( lore, in the month of February -u ^-a 1 I tiic fur- ' ther sales of the municipal I iuds of -v? i ,:t. .. | The Town Council at til it time ii .1 a a: aiy ordered, hut upon thinking tii--in Ut -r ov-r, eon eluded at least to po-t,)Oae H froni th i i to i 16th ol M .ich, at which I si tun-hi -new. . l.-rod by tite Town Council, .llil a -><:rii'.i of ill. n pasted,dell) lllg the GrO Varum' > .oil irity . Hit"; r*-. iu the matter. The day lief, i ; in - w is in have tukeu place, another proeuin n.i j . 1, ngn?d by Hon Hoi.ice tl iw j, r, ..i tin i District of Sun Francisco, in ? hi-u n \ . I 11 j citizens against pmcliobiug i th - . f - i lowii.g day, and declaring all title , i t: > n it , null and void, llv has also n: i.i . th | titles held by puicli .se by iiicinb ... o. ,ii T,i .r.i , Council, ascoutrury toM. xic tu 11 a?. j . il, to av< i.gi-th in elves upon in l'n f cl, . . - mled aeVcrul lon_ cii-.ig".-< I <iii,i'-acii ii ui ; t ii'in to the Gov inor; and bei?v a tue . I > . i>r, PiCiecl, and Council, lli ti^'u "Vili ,n be rich and funny. The i'r. i. ci, ii >.v w , o c d til' Council oim of the ?.,ie, winch ?v n i 11 1 iu iy iXi.?t|ioiied. The I'uCl lc, III'- T>)Va lij I ,Ji ul' II Viand oo have ui-ii d iu a utauii'T ,?'if.-ciiy reckless. From time 10 nun-, tiny 11iv - evt-.il I me tu>vu liulllc, cut tile find 11,1 into lot , oil nuld them ut auction. Hundreds of ui :. i 1 >iI .r? h ivc ihue b-eu raiM d, tI win.h .,o - ,> i ever be rendeied to tli - ,> 0,11 ; bn ii a . i.v.i to i Ii ve been expended wait .i p ( n * "Foi ex .tuple, the auction cr >\ a .a ^va ,!o a receivi il 5>I7.IH):I |u[ .v.i u c tunned about line half i > * tun A I . o nin ssiouer ir p .id ?.ld inK) pr ,.inu:.,. A f Lf.gineer, who Ii *e un.i i Iu i-i.i.t.c-i . .. i,. , ulioul the ei/.e of a bullet It i>. i. ! >i i aiduoup i.ilioia . v i this is, thai ilic luw.i 11 now n i . i .1 i.. in debt, uiid the pool i.boi , w , . .v I | our elrcet.-, cannot get < ,. c ut i'. t, - , nine! are a? much a uialb. of pp.- .? .. , - . it ^inmate ir. de. Jhe Oovun.or Iup al-o kici. i little low Willi III'* Tow.i t o II I I- : V A* a toil of a balance to hip c > , - I I bade any further ? J<-s by luo.ioi. I ? | , liiltdp, lit ordt l'i d .?ilca oi in inua ;>.i i . ''I frhtileny. 'i li - Town t o n ,i i- , i it tolli d, and y lliey wili ,?u- - i I -. ' ' i W ill CtilltlllU' , UP U.-Uai, to M-?e . , ! * y ; polin ly inform the Outer, i -ii t Hi -y Hop p i Ilia ppoou i ilo aoill-ieiil t l'i" ! I act w, by lap mioifet? uo a u > - - ) lltlt. . In; VI-IOl-B of (lOp'll r 1. ' I. en 4 up a d 1 uiusa, g -ti i .il) i ' r a in ll ? AO i dlhgi) unp< i> 'I I The whig an I ileiu .Clube n ;n y ' ' f n ' aniicip. ihui <1 tie C" i.i> i , - v, ( b .\e in h been held. Tlie a , i , u l :i. it 1 iuto Kiiueiiii ig > i > anaii ei I ' i n.iiing Icr * b .ill, bt . I . lla)e, I.l lhe T 'Xlail K II . W ! a ' fo. tlie i4n.>b n loan I-Iii iVtii i ilit- inclination, iin* In >t \ 41i Ji tk U ittC I'oCl, all.I I !i. .. ' ! 1 '1 Ills ll?* gltVr, lull IIO( o If ft U I . . i , tl'' Kill 111. Iiil.ili.l li ill- p : III' II - i 111 | didftit: fto llii v thi'ow ti i i >-i ', . . t' ii Joint iv l'mViif , wh'i ill F;tl? : I liHUitn-r <>l Voli-i- I III i I . till* Wtilf! ptiflv, winch Win ill 11 \ Hi c'ili I'CC 11 : liCCt-eh Tin* ili-itKit r.tiie pninry rlr. .-c v lilt t| Civ I 111 d 111'' tool ill 'I I'Vitof I\t w Yolk, wiu'll 'Allien-: i . ; { <ll lltuMUl," Wi ll* ill W .|-t*l|. - i II Hit 1 Hieirwuei'k'V. ii nil. ( ? to t> i t> il , u ' r Cil'b Uftr (lillltft* ill! i< VII . Ill .-I . Ml,I -till Ift, v.llil till* f. leild- i/l '*!l k | .1 vi ,i . ' liiroligti fill' d. ) Willi til * :i )| d m. J J. iwy ail wu- 'i ni l i-l f -ii rill, le ting M lidii 1* lion thnti *) v. i-s i>rv it iv M Kl-litl.ckl .11. I tx'll ve. Willi C in 'I l1 ; I illIll ivU nt riglit IIIIIf III . III! l> ill i* I 'lj j| Ii Vp Itiltg in-ii , ' ill v i fi Ii: Ii i . . y tliCnftu'. b.iViud in.--' i ho (it ;I03" ?; ti i? tn.w tic k p i id in * of tti" l' i i 1 in iti* city. H ! ? *cit l: -e.i! h i , iti - It* iijr cxpriidid i gifnt di* il 11 ti iiicy to i- i f h iitcr tit-D. |l in (fiflicult to r-ty in W til* rl i .v II t'n: ih ngh ?M* ro UII-I tti>-(i IiiTi to it *' i * , . ty .viil iti iiltf ! > li f I (! il ir n i- (..it il .-ii i* m iittit'l fnri.dc Ii' r?". ..iio I'-*!- i. iii . .* itry .nt iin* iid wilt Ii* <t Ii r*t . ** iV.it Fr nci-Cit in Ini l.iin.i n r-piiSr a rv*r, Wlile ftt tin* txilIK* Iuik* I'll ' - I .11 id itiiotr lrgn.ni *ir i-It j* thuii le on* l> I ii- t rr;Il > Ingll hlld tict tloll- , ! ' ( ? O' ; :. I of I. d , tiulil red I'lvldt'.* dow.i 4 ,1 H . i-o.itirs pu kud oyttcra nod lot ' . *> nt.i in w y to more rt*.iftondli'<* on* - I t i t ic** lllOlllilft .Igo wonlii tl S. c lllll 4 I lea . ii i.iil till tic ill II 4 11 . v I. ti. I.. !, -Ill I IllH'iin ini u?'ii . lln u iiiid. A hou-c who k r- I iii ?Hif., fur five iliwu , , ti-irl. y for twmty?oti hou ? i i .r. M .:.y i jlllilt rf ?0<>J* 11.4) 1/ Ik'it ' I w Vi/it i>iic< r, in in >ii* it ? v > ,< v .u ri->hifiiu the Ui.iirii M..u I 1 ., t n Hi.it fhiN 1.1 nil tllgiir.. Ill f ii Kr v* ; 1 .' tiff !? Uito nil bovli (>t[ owl- mii'I tii t; , i- . till' lllrti of JHICl", ill lililv til- II-Ci*.-, V u- 1 III, ' *111-1 n whlllMliiti nf i*til I- till till tic r.ow aettlui^i u,M.n a n m. r u tli y % i i''i. i i Wf ii' M* brilunm} lo .ill t!i lui ir * ana itbufiMuu ul citlu'J lii in S*ii Kr n-i Jit we ri|? our motning il ? -hn .h. ?!../ n> m ?p |x*ta io firiiirt', an I thrx- ?i r?in t ion- or (hiiUicr A* mi r *?*)*? I ilie n,i -i * til f t ii rbii^f i.i*i in ?> ii Ki v k a tli f " 4ig mm-of ri^mdittii- in th of". -i in- ftA *rt ? 1?. t. Edit1*' i*rh . t>i pi r ftanuir i'ii? liwians li'ri nab..*. t'oiDfoPitoni p*rh.. . . 4 ' Uiii l.wJi kr- r J tu> < ii| ki)vrlrt St.tVJ ' (nit kaniii r f> <0 St kit*, in iWe .ig^reifate, th<-eurr nt e v'T--? 4t, Mill "?*'li I tin- )' ii<rr, the rri'iri i< of *114 Ami > v-n ..i'ler tin -. t'l /'. X wOfalt.i.huirni la |i:olt..Mv m ik i ni<>ie inu - y th ,i? a. i t.i i t4 tli*- iii.i'i in th- w *i l ( iiuik thai will t it in i h -ifn iafc tiia tjr ,>.>? ,f thin M tea The .Vie* i- t ,i.iti-r whi'h ; at. Id retvra ilir popui ut. jt hi- ..tt i I-I it ? ; ft w ntili"d > t-li. t'l I k'-w Vi'ia ? t-rin, i len I | \i Iltl-fc' 4-1, Hit* It- h1.-: -1 iff' '* ' - -rn tr. m <i h) i'lit' Ol til- p* >| riOt ti, ^ W..11,i I.lui.n, h Hifil; o( iii (JliuttMi ii '-I, , ,ur a I.- mum n m> the thi-a Am-rici-i i t'li?t, i ' at'tkly f>ifrr, (a ('ft fjrHttn h ' n t-irwi, .utii U* i* m ci ott-ni,4-tiu'i iti <??iinah I 7**0 (ti^?*? ??r alfea.ft ; i - i . aril two iu Miot kion tn I ttw?n -. ? .r I un ti t iii"*, f*- f) Ki*n ul any i:n " in 'r1 Hi I en "Mil a naaiMp.., rr fir Th Uie.il a, l"f tli'- ; r-t ut, '- Pi i--th- rt It. Irnt a ooti.p ii) t<f tuiiicteiit ti-.t to ?* tarf> th' lta?? al mir itn** in (ten ol tti-4ttiai i ni?<?4i.'-iit's how-?.-f, Mr e.iTar.1, fnni ny ?l tn t ) -fi.*, hi- t-;i^ .1 t 'l? . i m i-l " who i. fctitiv rxhihit, in t ... n* r. ' * hit h '? ?t flitl.il ' Wf h ? in v-?n f "Aiicitc.i, oyf pr- at- uttlt Hi ' iv id rh1 a on thi i* hne ?i'rin , aftcni'Mi* M h-? <*r J*t tio " i??njf " In tiriv.'uo, and 0 MA' h- > " ti1 r?*fir?h mirwlvii m, tint within j m to* .f "l-S w'? h'Vt hi- at |Aihs CO* ?.<1 i itra wnli -n git, t-.'tn wn.Ji t e h wkfil C i o ii-ipc.'i"),h o 11 i*?jii the r.ch- .; loi>i it ?c. (I I lift. 4 '? )< ll.iw ih-b.i *n- mtn nun ,,,., I . d ? " HI, l ; ' 4lv , r i i id.I- *> *; Hiii (in ?i . i, Ill'/, < i,y, md ' 1.1 ar .-1,1 r 11. in -ii i?v.| iei i ...i *1,1 rnu !? * ? vV* L I. ' I'J' > I ? w I) well h . ?, , if w.? , ,!y Kill ' 111, " ' I* I.. ?. , t I, y n, W? I |l .' ru tl ? M .fi,?4 f \? r ii *< v. , r ? i-x*i i l. n! us m a-,? oih ; ploeo in i/io r wm .i M -n?*?-1- vf be l> f .ii ,i^i .4 i , . id M I- 'I .vr , *?.. . ? i u ' 'lit f fi r j. ; ,f ? , r J r< i'f "> Aic . / :1k Ihm io ?jr. ?c, town, [?. ! T nniii* Ii. * ? *?. i?^j gf >, ? Or! ?>i-, I 4.11/1 i.'li h? " ! ' i few rr ithf, !i*? ?(*,j,i:<d ? I frit wh. ill Will toot f..r? >.r On* e.( m* mi.it I if 11 v? i ' *h i fh?' ' i'?rr heard in de W ,f? , jtrf w. n .4-* l y Mr. Ilo (, in a r . vf intent to I In i 7J? cli^MOkrt whubtlcw 1 fluiil hit iip?( J #rd tic hvd W?wl< t\%<- lie efhibitcd, giined him Hi t rirt, Wui'4 n?ti th>- f?r-t of it w?i o l,4(J up I fc,-,' .1.11 I'ol fn; hirii a rrp'ttati ii which ho w?ll , 'innfi l>Mde |^gnl B-nilenwn, wr hiir mi? ,.v 1 ?? of " imno" m town, brought horn fr-?m < % I miutr*i ood for oil remeon* Cue *f th* (rump*I limn of iho town, ot present, f ojoomB. ? n .iwd Peter TbomMdt, wbocuiw I v Muo oooinry no * primi* in (,ol Mteee?oa'a I reftoML. oad who, of f r o vm?t> of tho ueuol i ft- ri)<i ihom of California life, found hiinoelf in .MA friocKO, few weeks #<>t rvr'.H i.. hi pocke*; entering u rooin where there v n l> ink, he joined iseue with it frien I who p -w wt-d the a. me amount of capital; they i i piuunci.) plit) nig, audio a short time b.igg-d 'lir *t,< I, hank, torn ibling of four thousand fire hundred collars! Since that time, Thompioii h is teen the lei mi of the mtmti b ink a, and his coutii.ni ii u. a ' lucky streak" un'il his seventy-five cen.b huvt- amo iiited to nearly ten th rusaiid doll.itt Hi G ,i dew rving young fellow, ami his frn ndr at lionii will be ue hippy to hear of his suo< i >1. n.- nr? those in California. Gambling is ouly i l>,i r1it/t:-'bli vt In n it mail lose*. I It i Jierz. the celebrated pianist, at lived in the 'I , i hi- tn give n concert at the Nation <1 ibi ..to , i n 'I iter-iluy evening next , ?i rlivoini.g mil rib-ipMtiil.iting are becoming V1'' |11 I. r i mm-emeiits in Sin Francisco. I w 1 i .) i f the cot.e of Colonel Myers, who took fl te iii..ils- ! i charitible association, by the -lei iin-i oi M.iich ht. Another case occurred in tin |? -i n i I W |{ Lniuit, who departed su Irl aI y, c ? i i > mg w it Ii It im some sixty tlious uul doll irs. i,v-' : l out thirty of it, having swindled I > la ill lie could i i i?mi tr ?.fi iir occurred here a fortnight i.i , v h i h Ii r involved in sorrow our whole fnr, t i .. im niunny Frank Ward, Esq , of the I'm f W i d V Co., formerly one of the staunched r : } . t ii ihi- town,made an attempt to commit . mi' ?. ni < nmi-' ii mioiign mr uc.iu wan j.i iol 'J lie I). ifeiitered on tlie right side of the i d p out nearth" now, destroying, in r- : him , the right eye. The recent loss of a \ "V .rut ml're.-ting wife, added ion failure in I Me I he j.-ohihle causes of the attempt W i ol is i-till alive, though very low, and hit i.i., eh If enlertiimd of his recovery. He ? . , . i gie.it loss to the business coiuntunity. I i |ii iiiei|) I gold excitement at prtSMM. is in r I to Trinid ad Buy, from which re|??ts have iih i <iid as ever went to Spiin from Cortex oil'' :io Mount ins of gold are s tid to be there ! i , . nd the golden sands are courting down 'ie ::y i \ hue.l ed vessels are up for thpre. The i hi. t J U Whiting starts on Moudty with a i < f our first citizens, among whom nre Robert A 1' I r. K?q , Fred. Wood won h, Geo. F. Lein . 'I In teas 1 Hoach. J inies Creighton, nnd ' h rl 1* Southard. Trinidu 1 Hay is supposed to H-iiii-w h'-re near the Oregon line. A number vi I? h ve tilreudy been up in search of it, but v returned without finding it, and the reports ricltn s only come from adventurers who ' \ i eheil it by crossing the mountains. In the i1 i: i . noneis i re doing well, and thousands i y fl eking to th"m Ottr piers and wharves I; I'.i tlure of th" North Kiver, on fine summer tii ks, wlion the Albany boats are about startI j i t -..w a piece of gold weighing twentyo"nds, whioh was taken out at the Sonora' e nqi. nd sold to a gt ntletnan in this town for ti ?'i nd <|oij,ir.- it i.i lone sent to the l ulled , w li'-ie y< u will prob lily see it. 1 have spun 1 M < ! I tier out longer than 1 intended, ho, till x' !< ; me., lei nie bid von ariioi. Gould. Our <-m.il** Ich Islands Correspondence. 1 "n-ii.uli 1, Hawaiian Is., March6th, 1<30. . I. ii'. itmt A'inqdtm?Chnn%rt on the Itlnnd*? // luli'.i; ? An t'uih?'Hie Cnpt Htm Route to r f mill, fyr . fyc. hii tchanges now nipidly going on in the ' i i'i?in n.-forming thin vast ocean, from the forilu'tmess w hich reigned over it, into a higha .v 11 Il.e gieatist commerce the world hits ever .... wii? te justly engrossing the attention of poliAi iii-. i d diuwitig forth suggestions front the Gieni its w ill lie the changes and increase i he 11 ii mrrce of the nations bordering on the ' u lb Pacific, the results of these changes to the I lis ( f the Pacific, and especially to these Hai; n Hands, w ill be no less important. The reiki in your weekly, of the 13th December, in i ce to these Islands?drawn forth by the misi ?f Mr Judd to the United Slates, England and t i c ?are very true, and have l>ecn read with i. . ii iCrl i>y many residents here, i. i.i lulu is not now so f .r distant as it once was. . . i.' ii ve been received here in 13 days, from v. Y' h, though we still consider two months a ':.1 have thought your readers might l>e !. . ..i villi an occasional letter from n.ir town, v : ,'i ..li. ady tlie resort of so many from the I v II M.t? s. i..i , in the Hawaiian language, means : ; i.mi such, emphatically it is, being oae i ami best Ii tibors, at all season*, m the A I the islands are surrounded by coral i w i ii winch and the hind would ls< excelo i , if lu-ie were only channel* to admit v Tc (hi: liaibor there te n natural channel, tic' l./'iuitls in width, which, though rather I . .. ......II._i ?A.n..l.l..lu hut ii> i- ibis- h iiln?r, and perfectly aafe for ves> I lli t rv--|i in the stormiest weather tlM Water is ? i it pled To give you at more correct idea iii? 1. U t, I d you a plan of it?also of the v. it bilii ifiiiti' It is amply large enough to acr iii< <1 If ISO ami having piers and v I iV1' to unlade u dozen veasds at ouee. Ten ' ii It- p iifiit numlier of |?ieni can easily be I i', ..I will vi ty soon lie needed. i i n . I- r of ufrivals from foreign ports, during ' I Fi i>, l"v"si, were Mv inmI% i i ii gpregatu of 11,333 tons or shiptnng. not itich'de the whalers?the number of v f ted at Honolulu and Lshuina, during " v 274. which, allow ing the same number f i I .4;, 'ill'd to the estimated tramber of nieril v? ti 1 f? I l>50 (300 vessel*), will nialce the v ' rnv I- fn in foirign ports, for 1830, to l?r 574 v - ' , . i eleven per week. You w ill readily we | I. i r. i. iilie .dy a great commercial depot, dest ; i n.i nsuti Idy to increase. I ) f sU' Ut inquiries of captain* of vessels, I l" i in New Yoik and Boston to San Francis ',11 .ive h c'i me aaiwfied that th'-rr is no brtter i i It. ( - p* Horn vessels bound to San Francioi' tin . to iui near these Islands?and almost mv - ' v (hi ?In.rtest trips are those that run near I.- . d-. 1 he uver. gr of vessels, from New ?t < Iioi.rlulti is 130 lays. (The ('arolus just . i in in MM, in 121 d .ys ) The average < i . m good sailing vessels, from Honolulu t. - ii 1 rsncieco, U sixteen d iys (ten d.i^'s is noil i i* i.et n-nii'ti), making l-lu days. Now, the i-' 11 Ii in 'I' < ! |wf.?ge tif the vessels from New > k i >* i. Francisco, during the yesr 1"?I9, will i I ?<it i f Itsl dive?so that s vessel leaving ii* I ;k. direct for Honolulu, stopping ten dsys, f. i going on to ebin Frsncieeo, will gain t I (!?)? at the least. Home of the vesaela ? 11. I it New Yoik. last winter, were over 230 n r clung Sua Francisco; and every one of i li iL'hi h ve saved 100 days, by tailing direct t i-i i'i.lu The rrnsoo of this is clear enough. V- ithin a th< ileum! miks of the land, northerly Ii wind- ?-re constant, while, farther out, the r t- d s are to he drprndrd on. Every capt hi w |;i h s nsvigutrd in the Pacific knows this to 'It c re ; and no one who has ever been both r? ti will ever hesitate in coursing direct for I' lulu I have been led to these remarks.bec ii viL'..toia may gain s great deal in time by s . w i i the fi ct. A. sn rally day, I will write you of the town, politics, iVe , Stc Hawaii. Our NtrarslSo Corrrapondenrs. Masai its i, April 2, 1*30. S. tnr Arcumt of Maracaiho?Cotton CuJturt? 7kr PrAttml Tronbln?Tht Fn^htk and fhWk Htrtt? Vint of mm Amtrtran Wmr Stramrr, +r. My irnwli have thua fur led me to this city, winch Ii.ih to iifltn been mentioned in the public print* if the United State*, especially during the p??t > car ut two, m brine the headquarter* of the Pa* a p. ity, in thru lute struggle with the prenent government. It ia a place of considerable interest on thut recount, but more especially from ita geogrufdiinal situation and ita commercial capabilitiea, and ibe i.(ii' ultural resource* of the province and its tairrtmnding country. It i* the moat weeterly pr??ince i f the republic, situated betwen the Utile " rf 0 deg IS mm. 30 ?ec., and IS deg 16 ruin tivrtli, i no ia bounded en the we*t by Mew Grar >da Mtid the Indian peninsula, inhabited by the i>?*i t tniiea of the Gnajiraa; on the ea*t by the ptov : c? a i f ( oro (of which I h?ve in a former to r given yon a description) and llarquiMin-to; ( n tIt* loulli by tlte province* of Merida and Truj11to, .. it on tlie notih by the Gulf of Mararaibo !.e i rr i) ie maoe up of rvery variety?sterile, rm111,y Kid dry, fertile and w.-ll watered toil ? H\a i. i il In up cah-nt, on which Cattb- Can be rwie*. 1 w ih air at advantage?lake* and river*? i? v I'd unhealthy parte?wurm, and agtin t r. j- ..t , clinut'?in fact, in thi? country, in in I i in n in rommerc , agriculture, a.id crlie i.ii i g. From the peculiar po-utiou of the mm r. wftw-h mulv into ll. Watr'T c _n 4. it. ".??/ to thr itrotincfii of Mfhdt and 1 mji ! >, iu. morrvvei, Nt-w t.ranuli rrceirra fry K t , t vmcra vf C.ir.it and P.m|lom a jcreit .*>! V n rf thru l<>r> i|rn itinntif irltirni (oodr, via Mai<) if> , hy an arr*iift*-tnrnt hfitrrrn Ihr ?<- -j .! .(??*?< feci iv> d, in transitu, in Mari.f ii , f? i NtirUruMh. 1 hr i miiort.it ton* f Ji) k'iu i,<| fori ikn tnanuf.>rturrd artirlra, th' n Iff! . ii.to I Ma city, arr ratiMdrrabir nnJ h J . ":li tr imii of mport*, u> thr way of coflre, tide*, fu? . iii?i dm, Arc , m nudr Irom hniff to dir Cnitrd .-talc# and burnpr. Tha laid mrna }?ruliar oar, not known, | t>*Iprr, in the I nit?d Matra markrta It it a apron a cf Itut. fi.ntaininf a *ar? proportion of tanata, and u> i:?d ritmlfil/ in Kngiaud for ilyrum purpiw* A vary larf* amount of it ia annually kOiiw' frntn l.rllOe to hngland, diroct ?am ta ike prerinee, and wen* the c? miii-y more thickly populated, and thi t*-ople could Ik* induced to Work, Vvnexuelu uiigh become a loi miduble HYal to your .Southern State. II. III. giowing of tills allicle As it is, however Hi. y dc not export it at all Some few years since ail experiment was m .de here, on quite a large ret.le, by an LngluJi c. pit ilist. The cotton wuc nitich iptnovtcl (fin Euglnnd, and sold at high piicea. r he in mense dilfioulues, however, to lit o\. iccine in any thing lik- industrial enterprises, in this countiy, discour tged the capitalist, and, after ti . li/ii.e hij outlay in the speculation, lit* withdrew his money, to be put to more easy employment. Such n Yeiieiuelb, and so many are the diHtcuIties a foreigner encounters in ea ahlishing any new hi i rich of enterprise. t?, foi the Auglo-M.txon spirit in these countries ! They might then beoome the most wealthy and impel tiitit pi. ces in South America. W hut conduces much to the difliculty of anything like enterprise here, is the uncertain form of gut eminent. One feels no security in investing capital, because the continual changes and chances of the |ioliiic.il warfare contiuually being c..iiitd on, exjioees one'.- property, if not directly, at leas', indirectly, to depreciation. To be sure, a i?'i< ij'.i * i living II* i* in ikk uiuirsiru?ui, 11 ur is*, lit- la.s his government tr> appeal to; hut then, when eveiyihiug around hmfiwprostratedby political eonvuL loin, of course his business, lie it what it in iy, mutl t-iitti-r with the rest. As 1 often used to tell y on, ii New York, the great moving cause of nil their (iiliicultiea is, the insubordination of the mi1.01 it> to the inajoiity, and, moreover, the laxity of due. lion among the lower orders, and their itnl>iovident and reckless In.bits. To be sure, in this climate, where a mere animal living is to ea.-ily attained, it call scarcely be expected thrt ihe ignoiunt and debarred lower classes will woik more thin suffices for the moment; nothing but education and the stern Anglo-Saxon spit it, will h-arti them to look beyond the morrow, and woik, if not lor their own necessities, ut least lot i lie good of the country. The government, too, it hi jelettly in debt; they are pushed by their foreign creditors. England, Holland, h ranee, are thundering on their coast, and instead of arranging llit ir liabilities in some definite and statesmanlike mani er, they meiely patch them up for the 1110tintit; and the result is, that all is "confusion worse confounded" in their financial affairs. Indeed, with legiei 1 siv it, the efiorts of the government are but the inflection ofTlie habits of the ocople?that is, a system cf staving off their difficulties for the m< nirnt, instead of calmly and firmly unravelling the tangled thread, and setting their commercial and ligncultural resources on a sound footing, hnd gl..dually, but Mirelv, ill- i.tangling tin i isclves, I y developing the immense natural resources of their country. 1 need only refer to the "Ley de Kspera" as an example of their short signtcdness in financial matters; and talking of tin- Lev de Espera, bungs me to the political mows ot the day, though you will probatdy have received all the re ws 1 can give you, direct front La Guiara long eie tins teaches you; still, I give it in case you buvt r.ot. Ly an nrrival from Ln Guiara, yesterday, we h-aiii thai the ('ongrees had, on the 23ih ultimo, parsed u dectee expelling General I'aez from V'eue/iiuli, and that lie was foitliwith to be liberated I'm in the forties* of Curnana, m which lie h is been confine ii, and conducted beyondth' limits of the ft public. I lie Ktii/lish unci Hatch fleets had retired from the < <>; m, though neither of the claims urged by their lesprclive govern men t*, Inid lieen settled.? Alter the stiong letter written by Kurt DuudoualJ, the Lnglhh Admiral, I should ihink it impossible that the Knglisli will abandon their position without a blew They h ive probably gone up to the island < I Trinidad, their naval rendezvous arid we shall hereafter In ur more from John Lull on the subject. As for the Dutch fleet, their rendezvous being at Curacao, so near La fiuiiiru, they are, no doubt, on hand lor further oje rations. Congress count.ued itn sessions, mid the L y de E*|>era had not la eneither reneah d or modified. Jo*- Gregorre Mi rtsitinthe brother of the present President, is the candidate for the next term. The election will take place next August or Septenilwr. The struggle now lays between tIre "civile*" and " imlit.'p'* that i*, between the civilian and mill* laiy | utties. They are both what are termed " Iil? It.lrs," ill opposition to the " ollgurraS," who fi :tiled the Piiez party. These last are completely ol literuted now; hut it remain* to !* seen what the result of the coining struggle will he. J'.iny spirit run* high between them; the military, however. h..ve the advantage of being ir> |KjWrr now, and Will | tebubly keep in. During the moiiili of December last, there was a Sli i II 1 . S. steamer stationed here. It WaS sent at the request cd' several mercantile houses in the I nitid fcUit. s, who considered that their interest* In ie requited protection. The commander w..* wi II iidapti d lor hi* mi*-ioa, in some respects; iu oiln rs not q .ite so well. In the Lulled States, it i* usual to tiy any case on its own merit*, and not ^renounce n verdict after hearing one side only.? ~l!Cli w.is ITU' wry, However, III ? mi n u- nujnnrnUil, Mini liin vim here lot* rather tended lo prejudice thi.n Im ni'iii American commerce to this pot t. 1 do iiot make these remark* ill 11 feeling of jn-rn.?nulity toward the woithy commander, u? I never had I lie pleasure of seeing him, but from ulutnhite fi cla, ol which 1 am cognizant. The protection w hu h he allorded American citizens lie re, was Mint what of the same which the wolf iitlords to the lamb. Yon must w.ikc up tin- cabinet to the uecessity cf having the American tlag and it* citizens protected all over the world. Were it not that " ctznpiirisoiis ure odious," 1 might draw some !* iwecti th?- remit* of abdication* for redress of grievances maile by American citizen* to their government, and of subjects of other countries to thelts; hut enough ha* la-en said lo give aoin* idea of how this matter aland*. Americana in thiapart of Venezuela, at leaat, niay well cry, " (rod defend u* fiom our friend#." hart well! I will write again when anything of interest oiler*. \ iatoh. Oar NiMMhuietn Correspondence. (inot cestui, I'ah Aty, April **, IHfiO. J One of the Watering Pltirtt?Preparation* for the Smuttier? Habere ihali / go f Aa the spring advance* the coast of our sea-girt cape liegina to assume the hue of aummer. Your ritizena are agaut considering the important qcealion a* to where the aummer ahull be spent. If I might presume to make a suggestion on a subject so important in all family council*, I would nimc the shotea of Massachusetts liajr a* the moat aaluhrioue, and abounding in healthful aporta and Iwautiful scenery. The aituation of this place is pecuIihiI) adapted to the enjoyment of Imthing, yachting or lishmg, or, if the taste of the vi*ii> r l**d him to prefer terra fit ma, we have ahady groves and babbling brook*, magnolia*, evergreens, and w ihl fh wrra abundant to satisfy the moat enthuaiastic admirer* of nature?auch as our pilgrim fathers fi ut.d it when they first put their toot ii|>on these ahotea. Our harbor is our pnde, and aa well know n to thr Matron as our mackerel or eodti?h are to the epicure. The outer hmlior i* formed on one aide by the hasten, taunt? the rztrrmity of Cape Ann, *'?*??? Lit.rr (-+ W a.llf ? flirt iK. Ulth ltd VI lilt#' britrrii; and on thr othT Siotnian'* Wo,* a rt^cky h? olUnd rrownrd with woods; brtwrrn tl?* ni, and picirrird hy thrm, i? a harhor, or ratlin bay, tli* wa\ea of whirh roll in on a gradually It | ina I? ?( h i I thr * hio at nand, U> in?c midway belwtrn thr two, and Called from it* form " t'rraertl Brirh." tik moor harbor i of this, fcpnrnird from it by a promontory, aurmountrd and by a iiorn d fort. Thr Uttrr m in? port, and all thr hiding liralhrrr.li a?mg thr outT onr frrr from all but pirmg wtilr, and an rrmovrd from thr town a? though nnlra dirtant Fnr from any ron?i?lrn?b|r turf, ai d without undrrtow, it i* atiprrior to any bri.rh fnr bathing ??n ihr roH?t In th' vrry rrnfrr ol thia l-rarh, rn a natural bluff, and looking d.rrrtly np thr hi ilor, atrnda thr t.'apr Ann r*vilun. a latgr hoirl, in j^racrful Tu?ran ?ty|r, built laat yrar by onr of your N'rw Yorfcrra, with a virw to im rrarr thr fartlitira for thr incrraaing ttavrl, whmhihr othtr larirr hotrl rould not arr? n.modatr Thr nrw hotrl m thr prrttjrnt pubIir koair in Nrw hnghnd, and ia built with t*ti ifirr to vrntilatun and virw, rombinrd with f? mfoit Thr vrtandaha of rarh atory ritrnd <nlitrly atouiid tf r houar, a hording ovrr WJO fr.- *1 coarird pttmrnadr, roiial to ao much moving la.nothniH It waa fijlrd a.* full aa comh>rt allowrd laat yrat, and alrrady many ol tbr rot ma air takrn by aomr of thr " hr?| p. nplr" of Lotion, from whirh emporium of Irarniug wo have diirrt communication hy railroad in about an hctira' lidr, paaaing thiough Srlrm, fatnrd of old tor hrr witrhra, and o?hrr thriving towna Ltal > at, Lady Muart Woitiry (a dattphtrr of thr Ihik* tf hiitlanda) Mtmmrtrd here, with hrr auitr, with nun* olhrra known to famr, and a ?me, prrhape, t?t kr< wn 10 it, w ho may he at aomr futurr day 1 he rholrrm Waa not among thr arrival*, hut aevetal yarlita wrtr, and aomr Uy hrrr tn<>?t of thr .. .mti Vt hi t itir ti-hiri|( i? i.r-r, ortu- ?r yoir citiime, w I < know lelip and I^-fTa " like a iHink," ?i n i< II We have unieter qimrter* for them here, li t the) c?wli more n*h. Temperance i* the onler I I illr >'> y in theee |<?rra at |e .el to the ontWaH e)e. 7 heir Hie a number of beautiful country Hie ?.I< i g ihe harbor, ami th* iimrrv r ofWttpatUi toal li et hvrmi g the eeaeon here. The pavilion i- f petted l?y I* I'aughey, who la Well known to m teller*, a* ? n old mill well esteemed boat, note n c? nil) f t m hie co .neci,on wuh Ihe Hmmlvwine i rn y II* ion * at making hi* place all tf? >t ita i n i?i it l? i de it rhall lie, ai d wi*hea to make it ai |f 11.lei (I) IiihI) wnh N*w Yorkem,aait i? in IW*?. <0 I I 11* ei me of thnee, who e? eh for health i d recte-iion, ctmbuird wuh little novelty, will nfdih'ir rtepe ihie way, poll np a eiify ponnH rod, try the efl-cta of the watera, an<l eonie hack wvfc a retewfd etock of vigor for the confuun| yauaulu of i city life. Oar WuMbk (on rorrttpandtnec. ' Wamiiivot in, M iy 1, 1350. 1 Mr. Ewbank't Afprirolttmal Report?A Hruvyind Krpmtivt Mont of J'ulUir Printing from the Patent Cffirct?A Review of the Ruhbtth. ' Of late yearn one of tht* mo:>t expensive jobs of ! public printing has been the agricultural re^rt horn the I'atcnt Office?and perhaps one of the most useless, notwithstanding the greut detninl lot the document. The first brunch of Mr. Kuhunk's first re|>ort, which eclipses all preceding rejicrts of the kind in every lespeet.luss been for seine lime before the public, with its collection of interesting plates, showing how fi-h arc propelled in the water, and how bud* are propelled in the uir, and how these principles niay be applied to the propulsion of steamers, side-wheels and propellers, in the ocean. But the agiiculiuritl branch of this report is a 1-eMect Cyclopedia. One would thiuk that Mr. Kwbunk hud devoted the whole year to the examination of all the penny ntaguzinea, all the cyclopedias,

all the agricultural periodicals aud newspapers, besides a voluminous correspondence all over the country, to the collection of the endless m is* cf stuff which he has collected and laid before the House, as the annual agricultural report front the l'atent Office. It is un omnium gatherum of all sorts of stuff, so voluminous that we question whether it will ever be read by an) body except the public printers. This agricultural report is divided into five large parcels of niauuscriiK. Parcel A c< uiprehends an essay on agricultural education, very learned and very dry, a thrice told tale. It tells how to destroy insects, and how to preserve provisions. It has a plan for collecting statistics, the census not being reliable. It has several long papers on the science of farming, aud he virtues of gutuio. Next, we have a general view of Ameiiriin agriculture, showing that it is very crude and defective, and recommends a great , number of improvements?shows how soils are impoverished, and how crops ought to be managed, I and shows the exact amount of lund necessary to i supi>ort the human family. Next, we have the science of agiicultural meteorology, which tells how reins, and snows, mid water uilcrl the soil, and nil that. Next, mi elaborate essay on the composition ol wIichI ainl wheat llour, followed up with a gent rul s'-nes of tables, giving the chemical analysis of w heat, corn, Arc., dec. Parcels Ii and C comprise an immense mass of agricultural corn prudence 011 the culture of w heat, outs, Indian corn, rye, buck wheat, broom corn, barley, nee, huv, potatoes, turnips, peas, root crops, cotton, sugar, tobacco, in-inp, horses, catile, sheep, hogs, grapes, Ac., Arc. An immense pile of correspondence, very irite testing, it it were not tin* old story over again. l'arcel l> is a work on natural history, or of th it particular branch known as entomology, ;>r the history of insects. It comprises a i,umber of plates of bugs, moths and beetles, those lei low s that destroy the wheat, |>eus and beans, bet is and in ingel wurt/el. The plutes give the exact figure of the .e insects magnified by a microscope, and li untile looking chaps most of hem are, armed w ith horns ami encased m a co.?t of mail. The plates ul.-o show how these insects, ill the wormy stale, lie in the kernel of a grain of wheat, Jcc., us w ell as their lull historical Miid scientific descriptions til' th<- nisi els. Next have 11 history of the buiublt* bee, called universally tin- bumble |>e?*, which is very mien-fling. It tells how the humble l?ee mike* his nest, und where to look for it, and how by hormg his bill mtu the blossoms of Jibuti* he injurei< tie in, though all that lie wants is the honey. It makes him out a v? ry drsiructive I llow, much IliOte m> than we ever thought old bumble bee could lie. 1 hen we have a treatise on irrigation, with plHtee, show in** ht?w water is to Ik* conducted in drums, and troughs, an I such like. Then follows n chemical analytic of milk?not town milk, but auch aa they have in the country?allowing the curious ingredients of which it is formed, hut suggesting no artificial substitute. Then we have an elaborate article on the cultivation of 1* ivemiint, an ui'li?|H*nsah|c article in the hi ma lecture of mint juleps, which lit Southern Vngiuia are almost ircaliit d as a luxury, und are not Had to take even in Washington, alter a dull debate in the Sctiute. in the dog-day*. Nay, they soin .'tun * drink tbem in the back rooms a (joining the Senate chamber itself. Hence the importance of peppermint in a public documuut. Next wr have have a remarkably erudite |Mi|**r on lungi?parasitic fungi, lho e sort of things which grow u,ou other plan la, dead w-oi d, end such like, with a number of illustrative drawings of the toad-stool 111 ull its Varieties, and the various other fungi. Next follows a l?ip? r on the value of clover un<l peas, in improving worn, out land. Next an article on the cultivation of the ( lum-ac lea-plant; uti article or two on the manufacture of sugar ; next an article on fixing up pork find bacon lor Europe, including a number of plain, shew ing Ik VI it g IS to be cut up into hams, shoulders and mi Idlings. Next an article on w Ik .it reran* client?tins dml being M interloper grow ing up with the w heat. Next several articls on tobacco and the cultivation of the olive; a good deal of foreign corn spondcncc on agriculture, followed by a stung of analytical tables of the cnetiucal properties of various agri 'ultural production*. N. xt we have an unlini-lied aitu lc or two <>u tielolmcco trade, from which it np;>eura that the amount of tobacco ex|*>rtcd from Baltimore, in IMS'. wax aiK'iii Ml,(XX) hogshead*. Fn m the article urn in ordi r, on tJ??- hog trail'1, We fIttnct the following ua the raliliitte of the number of hotja butchered, cut up anil packed hi thr Weal, during the Inat year;? Muuitxr ol big" rut up and parked in Ohio.. . 433 774 " " Kentucky 1VOOOO u *' (* Indiana. tiWiii " " " lUlarla m.M) u " Upper Mioairalppl river... 7634*0 ? " a Mtaariurl rlvrr. 74 WO - Cumberland river. 100.000 a * - Other point* 1MM Total number of fc'igr l.*71 3J0 We have next any quantity of atatisticaof the rommerce of the United Slate*, a branch of bjaineaa w hich will, no doubt, be better presented in the Trraeury document on Commerce and Navigation We extract, however, from Mr. Uwbnnk'a report the following figure*; in rpite of the auvpiru n that it ha* been pubiiahrd before:? CoMMrac r m tut Carti n drama. J< "r 3D 104*? Friar* Ynaa, Import n , da 1'iia/i. /'*. I'recti Total raying dnti**.. .flU3.273.2W t^lK.-Vt $127 479 7 44 Free 17.MM 4.2*8,733 24.377.054 1 3130.303.143 077474 3*7 1147 047.43* JE*W**fa Cdantlr produce? American Timli f'l "*'0 i " Foreign - 41304*47 Total $133 0*7 Foreign prodaee?American ir??|i $9.140 014 Foreign 3 9WU40 Total $ 13.000 044 Add 4?m*?tlr produce 131447 970 Total export* $144 7.">4 014 Fidirj and dfrvaltard ft part* rich nhale nu kr $J.M7 464 Fnrert rklra. timber and dyevrood*. 0 9*7 934 I beef hidea. eattla 3 Co* 940 Miff ud rhNw 1 Ml 147 J I I'ork baron ud lard 24i.**4 , llnran and mal?a MM1 , RfcarB l#.k>4 Wool Mil* . Whool 17Wl*M r runw. IIJXUMJ Con art) 1.14ft.iX i Ry?oi-ol 21*21* I Oou *? lavToa I Whip brood 3?*;U1 Pntitoff, . , M^U Applet Rico a WW j?j Tohaero 4 *04 Ai7 Cotton WUlWioiT llrsnp ft.44# llllCOl. id I r II..pa *>12J llmwn on (or 34 <06 4ft - Into! fill 04ft :17ft Parrrl I) winda up with copwua rollartion of Matirtira from thr nrwapaprr*, rut out an I |*?nt*H in, like the arlrctiona of h arrap-hook, including all I kind* of traab in thr way of atatiatira. In tbr aainr wi>jr, *f ha?e ported in a long i>ri*e r++*r on ihe i cvlttite cf tol-arro, delirered before aotne f irnwra' ocieiy in Maryland. Now the ipit-Mion ariaea, what ift all thia worth? thi* ho'rh-|otoh of rrirnrr and n?n*roi?e, an-l .latirtira i.n<l iraoh?thia re-ha*h from the nrwa,iip.-r* aiid apnculiural magn^um.?thia reprtiUMl of |ertntra. and atrieturra and treaiiae*?thia inoninpra hrbail.la maae of atufl 1 What ia it worth 7 li will mikr a dorum* nt too fotmtd..He to read, and t?>o I In rti'd to understand, and ioo old a re-haah to l?e inteiethRg. W liHl Will || CWI 1 1 ,,hr If|?> Wltnlr ropnri IW gothoi, ii will ftiako a volnrw of fi?o or ai? luindroj i p. nrp, prrhnpa a thcnenn I, inrlii<liti( tho i*Mea nod ho oitgtatir gh, and, with iho u?nal r?m? rope*, il will prchahly com ??> loan ih^n (#7fi,W??) wron/pI thi ntnn.1 d>4Utrt lo priot H. I hi* will I** vj-m I a J< l> fof (>*lo? Mtid vaton. or h alitor Kitchio, if thry not tho pnntu.g on ?h?'?11 pi .n of hoina ir. ih i pairy otg?n>- 'I l? > will ho i.blo to ri- i.jr . <t I felO.UO prr.fit oh tin-. rtnglo d or o meat, provided wo I hato tl.o umii i Mi.ujo oatia oornoa [ Id ?no word, wo rnnatdor tail* Patent Offic" Po| pen, in I ho raiio, m the moat worthloaa and ot fonairt doc'inx-nt otor proaratrd to Voegroaa. ViiHmiTM, May & 1HM Tit National fntrttigenerr'e fuff of Hriordy John,on ? Othn and eimileer httjfi if the ?a?t tonetwnarf - The Lecinone of the fidcrol < ?ur| ? IKriilrr Untanc'd at m Lawyer?7*' L'niim'eJi ttark on Urn ton; the Caute? Alio Southern f'aper. The puff adulator/ and extraordinary of Mr. Kererdy John-am. which appeared in the aditorial column* of the National Intelligencer ye?terdey. la v,.iy much talked and laughed ahout by thoao politician* and law/era here who know aomething of the true merit* in the caae How came the tixually ataiil. aober editorial paragraphipl of the atairt rui*-r Intelliginirr to get *n warm-d lip ell atone. Ill la-half of the luaglitl'MjUciit p iwcr* of Mr li. verily John sou *o a* to eel him up. u? Attorney Oineial. tar abori the niche the -erne editor* ever gave to the great W irt or the great Piockoey ' Mow came they to place He truly J oh neon m far abim I>ai iel Wel-xter. in pri-ntiiaaa and power of argument hefore the ittipri me Court* Iu tine, how enure the thing to he eo completely aud enltri ly overdone Sueh ale the mu -lioi:- ?-ked M hai are the rofl?o> ti< ns ' 1 lint the |>rixiut* tiim in not < t the hMiiniji' of Mm'" Ualca & iiihUiii : that it is an interpolation ?loch bus luin (I it* way into their editorial columns, without Juc r? ili rtl< n ; that th" emergency requiring such an extraordinary put! and argument in n-tmn it. mint be d> elm d. by those who manufactured thu at til lc a desperate one. Mr Ki-vi nly Ji linson met and overthrew tlit* arguin) tit of Mr Daniel >V ebster. before the Supreme Court! Mr. Keverdy Johnson by lit; masterly nud unequalled higonn ids m t?o mimii indnc?d the Supreme Court to icverse Hit* ilicinfmii of the District Court* below, confounded, cniiictd. and brought to ihe confessional Justice tlrn-r, and saved to the g eminent t< n millions of d' llur* ! And tlii* tn ni the Rational Intrlligrncrr, edited by Jon |ih Gales and W ill in iu It atou ' The r? ?*on of tli" trtiliiili of tbo Supreme Court on the question* alludi d to. may lie found in Other imuiirii than I h< profound wisdom and overt! -wing eloquence of Mr Keverdy Johnson's arguments, if nuybody rhoiiii to look IUIO I lie matter. 1 lie Supieuu- Court I* highly federal in its notion* and iti Its decision*, and it ulway... baa burn. It was so on the hunk questh n? The District Courts ba osr tu*y. and do aoiurliiut .* give r. publican decisions, lint if lbo government is a parly to tin' suits, and tin* chm a go up to tlio f< deral court, the chances arc that federal di ob Ions will b. rrudcri d who her Mr IU verdy Johnson spi aka or spi uk- not un the subject This ia one ri aaou w hy I ho Supremo Court has derided In favor of tlir government in tbo two rases iu question Another r ason would hare weight wnh most people, and thut is. it Daniel Webster could not sulisly the Court that the side be espoused; was the right side then the deei-ion of tin Court would have been the snuir. though Mr Attorney General Johnson had not opt Ltd his ui Ulii on the merits of tin- eau e li ut Mr Jell Ill-oil has-lived ten million, of dollars to the government al]!! therefore no body has any light lo complain oi ft tin it n? hiK Kivri. li'tral o|>luinu i Itial old i lainir hitherto reject ill. or ndjuated rh ould be re- I npeni d and paid, priucipal nail inlerert. What a itut? k.jtte: 1 he fact in. Mr Johomn bar been heralded, tele- ; grapiit d ai.d putft d ii. the m-wapapcr* a Iritle to ? much 'Hit work liae been greatly overdone, l-a*t Aujul he waaherahltd. and pulled nnd telegraphed ? being; now in I'biludelphiii now in New York. now hack iu I'lillndi iphia. making a tienienil 'Ue law argument that arlomahi d iiud eel toon.led every h dy n et thit President Taylor could le t ?tart < i> bin northern journey of nl creation inilil Mr Kuverdy Jubnaon ?h nUd n i urn to W aablngtnti next tlial Mr Keveidy .l< limou bad returned lo the real ot (ioveriitaeiit. aud the 1'rexidi nt bad h it - ? \t that Mr Iteverdy Joliumiii bad gone with Mr Secretary Kwitig to Pliny Point next that Mr. Jobnaon bad returned to hir port, nnd mi on to the end of every body r patience Iu the L'nion. ofthl* morning, there la the beginning of a war upon beuator Itenton It bar long been amicipntid. lto you know why it comer now ' There ir to be a in w paper Marl) d here, forthwith, to ndroentn the right* ot the f-outh The dltor* ol the Union dri ad it nnd are wiliing to utten pi to take the wind out of it.x rail* in advance. l ulled State* Ioiiiiiil??lonci'a Court. Before Kichard K Mllae'l. K?q. Mar 7.- Utiperaie Jhrn* ? ,'Jnaull mill a Dangorout IftajMin.?Frti.vir iiartn - (a man of color), cook on la.atd the American ?hip trabellita Myne. war brought tr lot r tlm ticuiino-mier i uargr d w iili all a--.iu 11 up n ( aptain Paiuuel k'. Bearing on her lu?t parang- trmn llio de Janeiro to tlna pott. It appi ared from evidence adduced by Me?*ra buuinmrr and iirhee. that one day during the voyage route hying hall llew ou boai d the verrel. and the cook war ordered to drear (hem for a ( lady | nrrvngrr: but he having rather a delicate appe- | tite. taiicnd ibeui. und ata I hem bfmavif. rha cap- j thin, boding thai tile tie kl were not fort lie oiling , Wint to the galley, and ordered the cook to cuuie alt; be reined to do m>. and. on the captain attmipling to lake hold of him. he drew a knife In III In* loon.ui wbieh be bud roneealed iunide In- rliirt ; tin- captain entliu tori d to take the knife It<hi bin l<ut hi doing mi r.ffivtij * out iu the lu. i .dr, lii- howeli r. chimin(1 pusseattuu of the weapon, upon a li.ch the rook took a |>ot <<f boiling wa'er off tin* copper. noil tlir< tlni. <1 to -raid biui if be did not Itaie lb-galley, I lie ri> pmio tbeu called the uia.e IV bis assist nice , and win n tin* mate attempted to l.jr built ot tin- pitmner ln> threw three pots nt billing water on him. Mil it * e. ldi .1 linn on Uk- hand; he tbm ibut the galley iloor. a:lued himself with a halrti-'t and -aid that it wuuht require the wlode ib'Jiitwnpdi; to lake bim. the captain aud mate repeat lljrofder.il hltu out. t ut he retu id to ol? j, the pinrli of the doors of the galley Were then knocked in. the rook Mill held the balchet In bia band, and reiusetl to come lorlh, more aialstance mi railed, and lie was secured ti? d up to rhe rigging and whipped; when be git the flr-l laeh be raid It waa jnat what be wautad and that tbe aptaln a muii-jr should pay for it and if ba NaM get lore be would lake tbe life of the captain; the prisoner waa I hi n |.u*. in double irone. though It *u the captains lutein ion to lot In in return to nt- duly before be ttiade there threat a. Tbe Captain waiftrroes examined hjr Mr filmond Itlenkiuau. on tbe part of tbe prt??uer bid not know that tbe cook caught one of tbe fl-li hllnsell, witness did not lake any knife with him when h? went to tbe galley; saw tbe yeUnw-haudlrd knife procured wben be Went to the galley, and relied it In wider that the rook might not again arm bnnrilt, wltne-s did not cut at the prl-ontr with It. did not rut his band n T u?? sny lion nee towaids bini; witness had a pistol in bis bund when he netted the cook and would hale-hot him tl be bad not eonie aft. the prisoner slept on deck for three nights with his Iron* on and wit loss aiept on deck h'tUM-lf also; did not toll him lie should steep on ! wet sails, witness let hlin go when he bad bnnirhed I him sufficiently to maintain discipline, bad taull to j find with bim In Klo; found a pip- and toon. ro In sc up and pounded glass tu pier made by the prlso er for I ha use of tlis cabin fen ral oth? r wltn-sss'S were sxamlonl and Mr Rdtin fid klitnk man bHilr?ia*<l Ihn I 'i.tvifTilaalnnfr ntkifis turning that bo actual aaeaiilt had b< rn roniioilted by the pneoner. Iiof rnuM he be ronelclrd of a ier,dt be a a* moleated In that |>art of the trtwl which waa pi euliarly hla own Cuiiynl for the peopla replied, and tba Omiui- loner rcniaudtd the uriauarr for trial, wbo waa e< uimtlted In d< fault of ball la|wilar Coarl. M ?.< UL TKRX. before Jiiatlcc bandford r?iifr?f re /Hi/f|r -looliolua Judgment and elation act n.lde Discharge ?f the attachment Vacated aud attachment and let; thereon reetoied. bo coala to either party. /!?!,' it f ca-din ? Refer*ucee ordered to three re. ferwee. on plaint IT paying the ccata of the laet trial li rm Coata of motion to abide the event of ami JuAaCaohtl V .'.efcrl hrehriaa -Kntino to "trilla out portlona of reply, granted in part with leave to plaintiff to amend and denied ae to reeldue No eoeta to either party M Mmi < I - (?n m<dinn to act aalde Inq it rat. ordered that plaintiff hare l>av? to enter judgment. and Irene eiet niton on which prone, ding, to ? atayed on payment of 1N eoata ? auar referred to Judge tan lerp'el, to h.ar and deride lhe rame April Wtalhtr blfljr Year* Ago. Vara Utuaa, Ap.it l"W From my journal II MffliM Aran 1? Clear and warm I played wiekel oa the green, vt hare dug our garden, bird* are elngiug around :* 3 C! ndy heavy R R blow, then heavy rain: Bitch af wildgta*. paa-n.g to ihe northward, the wind ttten whirle round the point a of tba roiupe-e, aoma hall, tbuudi r and I'thming I tlmidy. w.nil very lo arynli la?t night , now aoutkWeeterly 4 t? md blowing like fury, cloudy ft ( laar and warm; played hall, wicket. llary and warm. do, go 1.1 llaty and .Bo k> y. do , do 17 llary, ground dry; warm IN t ivvdy with aouie rain IP tliudy, chilly, played wicket, clear at X W at CVCBitg Jo Clear; hauvy > W Mow, th< rmometcr. 37 dag 111 bo. do. do, 1M dag 311 l?o N R' eool; played wicket 'HI Clear and comfort aid*, launenrd our aafl boaf M N K., cloudy, aome ram Jii ll< ar at d dei.ghiful a uioraing aa can ba, thla la John Adama fart day Wi nt to chap.I, vt w.aa pn acted tie a go.,,I acimon Vb t War and pliaaat.t, wind aowlh.rly toak a .all la oar boat la llie harbor, played awl in tiia < caning V7 Rieltad Loch. on llumau t'nder.taading '. ram be id all day and night ]>fl It aim. the >uu roae beautifully, ffunday went to rhap< I all day, wind h gl?. weemrly but wa. pi JV t tear and b-autlful warm bi> bo dn iiiorniif. clou ly and cbilly in the afternoon, played hull I'ollliral lHl(UI|*Mr. A aina t? liuni* ll?? MM?B *1 p?i'?n o( Aatnrta I. I limk |i;af> ou >kr Hik m?t . and r lu IBa ' Bttu.u ui iW MioVtaf k?Ml" Turtw* -Arikar | I i liuul; H Mi?ui nfli;. n A llal-?Jf j IbU;. Iittik Ik koaiu V.i.?g? i k kiltit 4 I.a i ?>M< i w i - A i.ui?? I Uui?i irM'ur>f-Utur| 1 I lulklill I Mai a Id* to ilMaBi Urt-vu li'B llrarjA k i>* tua ra'><ii>lai* ivr lu ika iilifiiliKl l<> mlir lb< V >a<Wtalbaakf Viif.aia Ai r>af ?'.? w l irtim I nuiti at r?<? ktil It fcaa l?>k abi.i.BOnd il.ai xurnl uf kr largi- fift tru-a ta l.i.hatl a.II ti'il ibort daring ih- imaa f in nilna Al I If ' ?! ? a a Bi.iar <i in Ihiiu >a <( nk if baa 1aka> |* a? t b*>lh in a rniuiu factgr) a>i*l in a ik >ji li t IIn B.ki.i.iai".ii-? . I Bi?'li.a.rj and at. .uk it* Mall art l> I 11 ? I ihia Ihti'ti. out uf > in (I ,jbi ut Tk< ill in* 1 ml to il. at iiakkrjiiiiri la raiiniki fcul un?lall id it* kakH Aivtl TM? uprrokit.t hav* V n I I ai yt d at I nid-l- rd kit Ui< l.ar i,a aad Aaa.ja >l? Villa at* (< lilkta lk<ir |i.odurtluti akr-M. loo / kwl' af la v II a tV) aiap ?u ha Ba> Bin! Iha aai kit Iklif In Ian aliaaii; il f|?<l iih?-- gaarl. r. aid a .li t?i??> t tha tifvilui ll. I. i I) i)oa tM B"'? makm* in I ail Tim la to ? a ('I arai rortailm nt ?f lk? naruia lining buatu. ?a thro ugkaot *? Sagliad - ?' "J . IMS??? 1 Co art of Oooorol 8?s Before the Recorder end Aldermen Oriflln sod Oslrtey M*? 8 ? Malum forthr lUtchargr of Prilonrr ?At the opcniug of the court tbie inorulug. Alfr -d A. Phlilip*. Key, applied to the Court for the ili<r iw/t of Jauiee Gallagher. who ! eou fined In the city pruon, awaiting s requUttlou fioui the" Governor of fllinols 1 be couueel moved for tho di-eharg of hie nlient, OS the ground that the affidavit on irblch h < i? held le isnufllcivnt. tit thel the affidavit in that of polios offlosr heeuard end that he net-are that ho bolievue" ialiaItht r la a fugitive from justice tu lllinot* I in are belief. he eaid >u not nuttim-m VVlutr h? wan a-gli.tg thin point M C Siauley handed a papar to ih? C >urt Mr I'hillipn- If the Court ph-am are il-tint to noe uuy paptre which Mr Htuuley pn-neula to tho Court, il tin jr r< late lo thin cane Ke< order, (paastng the paper to the District Attorney) 1 d"i. i kiiuo what it la. Y"U hod b iter I?>k hi it Mr D.strict Attorney Presonly Hr .Stiui*/ linnd* J another paper to the Court w r*u tne Uncord .r aid: Mr Plantey, It la not proper that you ?li iuij i( V* tin m php. r- to ibr Court; if they have a y liiur t . <i> with the cue', they ehoulii be ft Ten to tliii counsel Stanley It u a letter froui the Sheriff of Cook county llliiiola i'tnllipK. (ccuum-I tor the prUoner) ? We want to a*a every Oiiuk that relate* to tbi? caau BecoiUi r?Certainly ?ir, that u your right, f trill hand thia paper to the District Attoraey. Mr SJcheou. (laying the paper down .o the Clerk'# deak)? I t an ri eeive uo coiuuiuu cati >u from a iu*a under iudirtnient Mr 1'billips *uid that hi* client liel b ?<n err i> ?<l through the inetruuii n'ality of Hr tvuae- byui't'a?f the >o-railed etiw (pigeon system. ou th- ui?-r aoou<alien of an individual This, he declared mi a <r- ?t violation ot the right* of the cttnen The l)i-triel Attorney rxpre>*ed tit ?lmn{ tern< hi* ahhorretire ot the etred-pigeon ?v?leiu iud *'U at for tline to notinre into the case. t'he court, therefor* put ell the derive.ii 11|| l'tiur*d*y m ini ug The eouten'* of the paper* wh.ell cnuveJ oonipl tint were a* tolluwa :? " PMiL40Ki?rHi* Apr I 11. Mid ' Kairvo Wii aia I have arrcatedCvpt .lav ! 'Jroe i alia* Gate, alias Gallngh -r. alia* Hcl.aiwUiin la u H this the I apt Green I it I* wauled tu i'll oaf o i II # and at I'roy N V * If so. let me gmw oy mill or telegraph Truly yours. J.J h " Lieutenant ol folios *' ' i'hics .o, April JS 1sv.i " i o uko. %> 11 k> - JumI Jim mo*>n *4 a r ?i?i? fr tliw IJovtruer can be got here. .1 ?* U iiro*a ?rd? <># aent for I'learn* i in form tu? how i >ug > ?.i ctu *e v kum J.O<>>A fill " Trial of Stephen M' Foster, charged uu'A Ac* K" t in tk4 Stcoiui iJr^iee. i >n/i rftm//. ft# to i'uns a ?/> ? ajj M /I J. -8tt'piiiu W Foster, who wa* tried m the u<i i rm Mini in a hi< h i RM'thnjury could u ?t agroe, . n put on ti i*l Miir Hi or n log for having in hi- p mum m ju and utiyiupthg to pu?n tu .?le-?r-. ?.)otg*?e in *V?u? htr*ei a In11 put|>oruug to b?- a 5iW bid n 1 i? * March ml* itntl '41 ad era hank but whicn *?v lu 1? a bill alii 11 d ii< in in* Ui'uuiniuation of FJummIi 8 < olgaie nworn 1 um eugag <i in u b *>in< o i t u br< ki r at 07 Wall mreet; oniu Ji?t*?f > ? \? in bar l*-t, the pi (nout-r ram** Into mi utile ?.l ar-ktd If we had gold to hell, 1 told iuin wo till lir tlit'ii took out a j ?>00 iiott . and ha d 0- a mi l Into ?. have golu lor that, 1 to k the bill a?id d -?i i- ?i . i tin tight it good. 1 hail n t 7 ?>Oo in g II mi I id him to wait until uiy father cam in. uiy la n t o-ajij in ^ lioitly nlU rwaida, I thotn ii uuu Hi b 11 til ?*.<1 i Mippo-t* that it I.- all right, i:iy lau r .m * lie tii ??ig it MO. and went out to get (he gold, while in LU'* "*wrw?it Hi heard hom? thing of tliin nolo and euuie in -?jf n w .? Olll tin gold, lie arked the prisoner w i r iih g.? ili? note; he r< pin (1 that lie got It ol a ui -ic i ml. p> r No. 18, uiy lather m ul out ngaiti and r our * ?u went out uImo. and did not r iutu. lie l< u ill m>?, t aid not net* him Mgaiu until after hi- arrest w i i /1* ter hhk in the office a or Taylor at i a b ?k r. c in j lu. and huid t bat the dffeiidaut had ??uda?ofed t ipi>4 ? " ?'* ui" V u ' I U^l 'l f/ ('Ml ' , ? Mili , .? OVU 'I hi' wilnrn* *hi croet examined by John'.' i'v x Ehj . cii uii <1 tor he ai*ii ml ut Alntnurr Taylor *woru 1 mm a hmkir.il ih"ci. Bir il H ml mid I'nrl ilrnth; I uauiiot ll-i.uy tin priM'iii r; 1 riitwlirl k >uhU lu.ii u 'I h .114 >Ji;i 1 1 1 nif In Novi tuner ln?t; U wiw about 4 mk 11 in. ailt ruoou; 1 d??liui ti takiug the nm.. ; I *.v> au*pir. 1. of lilt- bill; Mr < inhale, wu ruiut) lulu uiy . 11 w.vlt tin lull uu I hi- following tu iruiitK t'ront-ixaIII 1 mil tk In u 1 refund to take a :. .. i-s 11I to Mr Koeter. I Imri' 11 .t mi mm h 111 . (II 111,'' hi- rani 1 In 11 maki' II up 11I iln i' i ^ 11 > 1 nilvvr I hau urtl-r I? 11 a U?ii mile ut III 1 belure, I d.d in t lutluia.e u..y euepiei ? I . 1 In-pru-ioui nni luTr ri -lt- l n nurvmg i.U" ( ? 1 calling a**) rat mlunmi al a lapr (iviilI. 1 tie difearm h re bpaued. In hie up u 1 (I Mr M Oeter n rouaael elated to the j ley toe m ,n: ah eh Mr tiwlnt In rente pw?uM.| 01 iii> 0.1 1 .ja Hull lie mi lit 1 hul. iu November I ml u m ut .. ho-ion If 11111 Nea Yolk, ami by mull'' . uu, bonier leari.nl Ihal he had a C ittalii am ?ai.?-.al 4 money III New Vurk I.auk hill a In o 1 a j J t ricbniigi tor llimli xi ui uiey lie >aui iu iii > a liberal dincount it the exetiaiige oi?;i >1 |J y made, fur he ?ald he had 1(01 into a a,." wi ? Woman" Iu New 1 ork ami he d.d in. w ... i. I, > > abiie be viu Mr liwlvl *? mmii Mini "i-.-.i'l", . that the 11 might be elol-u. ur Hi uti*. * liraplud tu New Turk to kuow it aiy r oh iy . I. ?t in in 1 It id in lbl? eiiy llenri iv u a n toy 1 >0 tit i tl.ee ol I lie I liief ot lol.ee. nlailOk lial .. . lobbery < "Qiplaiiu <1 of tu re lie III u 11 1 in ? X tu iii.'.l by a eouipeleiil judge a broker el |i UuOnet u the bill g eel Tlio? a nitre I 'l' r . . 7 p I tin d tlie mom j trout mine of Im fne.it' . I in In iXrbal.gr wilh the pi r?oa Who u.l It "? * York no my 1 lie tint a dnraa railed, on the part f 'l*', ai? \t ili um MrK. Her alio being d-ny , . . 1 in follow* I am a rlrrk to the 1 biat ill rv ??;??<1 a telegraphic ?! epa.ili trow liu-. .1 . II Novi rule r la-l (A c py of Iheiii-np. w u r.n .' It nlattii that handtultn had beeu 1-nUi i 1 . o 1. runnel) g the lone ol a large aiuuuu ui u y, a ,d alio nteiirg that there we - a large an . 1 ?. y in the liaiide ol a Miepiriuiie prnnii J Mil . UU.ll 1 know the fai t that toiler aff il ..J U.J. enII to the at thoritlre 1 he heridb.ll wa? railed for hut euuul o i li riil It *> ? adiinltt ii huwrrrr, l.y ? I it I br baudbill coitlttiiii d au arr >uut ?l tii.'i m j; j l.ni.lar 111 dia.rpliun l<> Hi' t ll d m h<T> t harli k ( nlga!* for Ibr pro?t run >n " I utn tin doubt lh< lit ! inlanl In thr In -an an 1 '? iu my offii n, in Nnainilnr lait I"t?i- wttn?? , t !. irr.td tbv IrillMttt; iif Joaiah Colgate, iu all I ri ?l I v 111 hli part in Ilia tranranlioii t lnrr-?aamilli ll ? W ban I aaut In. 1.1 . . , Jid part uf ilia umnry rnuuti t) nut; I tin l? . I I. y ? i ei.Ubttr, 1 wt ul to lb# oAte* uf Tayl ir k i'K*t u pM Win I. Taylor aworn I am a hr..k * 1 ( t'.a. tb?* dtlrDUaut la tb? p. raun aril". Iu ii .-'l .mBii into our "IBe* ami uffi n d a ?*>U u r *.i ' . bi wai t-d Annrnau g'.bl I r*4Mgu>*' it t t-r lU |?i"H trb? tfrrail (ti- ta.il, I ?? Inm in- u i' morning in Mr I olga *'? 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