Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 12, 1850, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 12, 1850 Page 1
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4 ! T H. ; NO. 6847. ^ MlA'ftNM. .'urornu mah.--rrxt office, new yoke, June II, 1 SKI.?The re.utne ni?il -or * 'aliforuia will ba ' up at tma office ? T' ?\ Oe ioat., cloning at M., to I* fcrwardcd p< r I' S. M?.l Steamer tloorgia. M'M V. urtdt, Poatmaatar. R LIVERPOOL -UM'I'Ki- -l.?TES MAIL3TKAMahip ATLANTIC, Capi Jaiaee W-?at.?Tina atearaehlp 1 depart with the naila ri.r Europe. poaitively, ua ?a:ur, Jntie ISth, at 13o'ilo?k II , from tier herth at this loot 'anal irf. No Karth Kecurcd nil p*H for. Forfreiglit >M?a?#. Iia\in? norn,?,'?'i ?cn..|ri?n<?.U*inne for elc*?noa fort. >r>l> to KU?v u K. t;OLLIN'.H. M Wall at reel. r > .ut.> heavy fr?iit> t can ba taku.i. All lettera mux |?<i eh th? I'ii?t Offer. I'acmriira aro particularly roll to fond all luggage nit n.tii'eJ ou the pa?a;*, on on Frilay, 14th in t.. lusrk.id below, with tlie uuinber Ir torth. mtf.i) STATES MAll. 8TEAMEU UfTwtin new rork and Llv<ffo?l.-1l? aiiiiia cempoting thia I n* art INTIO, Captain Heat ARCTIC, Captain Luce. 'FIC, Cap'ain Ny?. B > I.TIC, Captain Cwnatoek. Al>KlA'J IC. Cap aiti ii;at:un, . ahipe having beea hull' b> contract eapremly for ment Hrrlei, every care haa fuel, taken in thoir *onioa. aa also in their eiutiuea. to ensure etrcngtli and lad their MeoBU?d*ti?na fur paeeeiiKera are nn1 for elegance or oomf-rt. I'rhie of pa*naq? from New Liverpool, $'%(: exelu?iv? u?? of exi.r* *iie atate i:i25. A a experienced ?>ir_-en eill t.e attached to Ip. No bertha eeoured until paid for. For freight at aire, apply to Er>YV't> E. t ill,KINS, V. Wall (treat: or. to HKuWN SHIPLEY to CO, Liverpool, tlantio will leare 1.i\erp o 1 Hnv ?t, 1^40. toinu " I.ivtri'Ml Juue 19, Alltutio " " hrw V?t? June 16, " " " " Liwrpi'.l July 10, ** "? # " " N?>w \ ork July t, " " " " Liverpool July 31, " " 'antio " " Si'? (' t? July 27. '* B?-r? of there ahipr will not be aooguntable for (old. tr, bnlllon, ?pecie, Jowtlry, prerioua (tunue or nin.Ua, im blllvf lailinf aro ?i(?ert tbnrefor, and the value therai**ia e'.preftted. -sen MM TO CAl.lfO'i.NlA, VIA C'l A KES-? i/tna tbt United 9uu> Mail?Tliureday, Juue 13, al .. I'. II., fr?m tht clarinet <1 Wartvu street, N. K. ? and elegant dounlc ea*in< "eamxhip (iKOKUIA. r?rr. U. 8. Navy, Oomn.awiar. will be diapatchea a, with the Government e*aila, fer the Weat India* faeiHo. The bu..*r are mm open far paa*are to ?a. Savaunali, Hn<-ana N't?w Orleaua ana Cha^raa, .iroaxb liekata t? San Ftutim. To a?eure throufk arly application inuatbr made,aa oely aamall nuui. in rnrn*a*?d. An ir-.prr'n.red (urgeon ia attached OKOKCIA. The aceuiunjortatioui for pataencera of kTf uttmrpaaaed by ary ?ir.:imnlup afloat. The pa??'?r New Orleana ar?* trh?-Hi'?rr**,l, at Havtaa, to he It dtvlle cn?ma (team-hip FALCON, and prooaod sua direct to New ?Vleaua. at rH'M" from New Muri *> Chairrct:? Ko.in Berth $1(10 doa North . rO ta?? do ? fonad bed ard rj,?r?t? table (0 a at p%t..arc from Panama i? "mi Frauuiaoo: ? Room Berth . (.Ul ..tnwraaa Rerth?fownrt (.art an i cparata table .. IV) if p?((a?a T? II n rank. To N. Oi I'an*. Ki.mi itrr.ba ...$Tt> $75 dee 1 erth, forward <iabt*.. vs 01 a^e? found bed and b r.rc 26 Xft to ? to<'ha?r?e w ill he taitrn a' 70 eent? per cubic foot, of lading aiuei all if ?i?n-'l ? hoard the veaatl tue a Bailing. For freight or i>vMn, apply to *. M_RJ?HERTS. Ilw ffwt (treat. KIN iSTON, JAMAH' .-lilt WEI.L KNOWN m bif I'Rl SCENT CITY. Capt. Charlaa Stoddard, jder. will lrare for Kingatub, on U aday. July lit. at clock, from her dock. 1'ier No S. N. K. For plita^a, ? J HOW A Kl> U WN. M Broadway. IRK CITY LINK?/OR *-,N FRANCISCO VIA I'll wee .'ireot?The apleaiii'* <team?liip CRESCKNT V 1,6" tone kurihen, C'!?ri?? " Inward, Cotnnand?r. wiU ifur C'hazrea dirunt, on liondayi July let, at S n'elock, * dark. 1'ier Mo. 2 N. K. f -r freight or paaaac, apply . .WAVD k SO.*, M Broadway. AN FRANCISCO, UtMt'lA. AND SACRAMENTO f, via Kio de Jamirt Valparaieo und I'anama, to | . rly i.-i June.?Tku eplcndirt new lotibla engine (t*aia' >n?il(utioa. Cait. U I.. H'lln'i, will aai! aa abora. kt (of which only a limned quantity can be taken), jMR* I" Rio de Janeiro < r Vslprra i>o, and fr>m I'aaaf eaitkar of the above Calif'-rnl^u porta, apply to I ? A?W k PKlCE. <0 Wall (treet. I A'flH MM FOK KAN I KAM'ISCO VIA C(1 Adireot.?Tbe eplendid eteakiKblp I'll 11. A UkM'li I A, r. arooa, i'euikiaadar, wM l?ay< herdo^k, pier No. ft livrr, oa Tbnrfiay, Jn*<iT.Vh at.Wtlnek I'ukdl> pla^e their baocace >n b -ar-l tbe day preytona. Far a<*. aiply to ?iowi iNDk ASrINWALL, *? and W Sorth atreet. '?* SACRAMENTO I ITY-FI?f>r VE.-OKL-Ttt SAIL. I#tb of Jr.aa, iwtMitrly. Th? fa.-t niiai, A I actio.mar ??II.A PRANt ISCA.Capt. J t Bull. loadlnr at l,N-rtl ri??r, will at II on h? <i?y. For ths tulk of UK) fcrtjh*. Mi Pf??r l*? apply to f * a Kouri.BK. m W?n at. II 'A I.I FORM A.?1II KOl'U!! TICKETS FOR SAX Fra*c.??a. ? l Panama, lo lna>? No* Turk Jul/ I at, ?'?i<bip('r,'. nl (Hj, f r < l.acroa. and aUamahip ral "'uriati, fr?ia 1'auania to Sun Fraucisco, tuAjr i>a application to I i l.l .. I'll . !>J Kr<.iiI t. :? ?TECRAC* I'ASSAUE TICKET I'lK STEAMER Philadelphia, froai New Yi-rk to >aa Fraaalaaa, ria tha mi. Mil* 13th Jnno. fornlt. tpply ?t l*i Rroad atraat. >uvo|!iu THKorsa th kiti direct, po* pala - 1 w . r?iti\ iu I! ?l?ul a?t A?p nw\H'? and rta"a Its*, for Juno l.'lth. tomorrow ; ?n* 8rat iltu, mid i?rr*<a, Ik II iwl?n<t and Aaplnwall'? lino. f?r Jua? JHth. .tad. aaa lirat tlwi tukat in a.in?lin?, for torn >rr <w. > ruiri u * ?;, atraat. L .II'OKNIA TICKFTS M>H SAl.B.-TWO TIIROI'UII ' tU'ka'p in II alan'l ll Aarlawall'a Iiaa Juan IS, ??? ??, >ad r?l>in in V ril*rn*r. Jul* lat, (to lo*?? Naw ?aal )at E BaKTI t l 1 S. lo John .tr.at, UUrolXIA TUROUOII TICKETS FOR SAM. i ??nll wlaolk Aapinw-a! a una. laavlat Juna Mih. fir Ilia aima li't Is M. O Kitartl' Ilia. Appl; >t rk raw, appoalta tha Ait r I1u?k. II II WRI. IIP. l* PkRtONS aue lOKniD < ontractinc anv ii ai'b iliii hr. OHF.V lllil'N P. m d?bta will a < ky tha nam. I'HII.IP PITER. >yal?thk office or tiif. new tore and irarpoal C. # Mail Mraaial.in Cuaipu;. Edward K. ir a.at, ia raaioraJ la Ka. 56 Wall street, opp >aita arr atrrai. i.it Ai .?NOTICE TVTTnr MAIL TIAMSIIIP ( .mia*a (ataaaaal.Ipa l>bl.\ (ia >rfl?, aid ralcou) h??a h??r " l" ill' "f Watroa act VF-at a, N k QIOROIA Itaw for Chaitroa dlraat, Juaa is, P. , fVoia Ilia piar. foot if War run atraat. M O. ROBERTA. 4 X?w Tork HrraM, Trltuaa, Journal of C>miaar*?, i?r aa<l Kajulrar, aad Eii-mis, will |ilaa?* opp. POSITION LINE F<>H ALBANY AND INTEKMEdiaia laodiaga. ('hi iha fu?? >.f Barclay atraat, artrjr aacp. ?amrilaj- I .r? :t ecnta. Iha fa?t aalliac -aara DC I FA LO aad KwJCIl >KO, will laaia atikoaa. ra (M or ia~aga applp oa board, or to p. Smith, at tlaa < oa lb# a h arf. .'roll 11 lam of l< ui I ta?Tli? DarJalan of Mayor W inmIIiuII, Matoa'a Of net, Juna , HJO i aomplilnt In Iliii ta-i- a||| ba iliami aad. inn*h ai i l ull rxplab^ti?ii b Uron mida to Ihr coinL nt. aaii ha bM ?<.|unUrlljr withdrawn hi* ccniBt Jl I will hara taka orraaion to atala that tba l.agiara b'tlnc p*a < d law? tor th? protection ol aml> , a and authorised ll^tari t . b. (wood lo saitabt* oa for booking aad ! rwaidm* ?tui*rant paaaaoa?J haalrig prohibltr I all utbar pi-raoaa fr -m lalaf tkla vocation It braiomaa my dutj. la all of r mplalnt broaiibt b<<f ra ma for violations of to * ? tbat tha ban"T'i|*nt oI^nu of tba alarc ara koaaatlj ami laltblullj iocut?d aad lad out by tboaa abo ara 11 ti oaaii undar tkia law bat parpoa* ia 7lh arcthn. rhaftrr Ft. of tba art rati Of tha Protartlon of Kail^ranta,'' prorldra tba la?nlP( of tlrkita t<? auiigraata f>r thalr .fa aad tranatoirtall' n of their lu?afa. and ,a#lj rajolii that ?urh tlrkata aball bo alprd ba paraata or parx-n* In wboaa nama tha buainaa* nduotad. ?h?f *ball n<i| ll-ua lo an/ par? n blank its ala'ii<-d ly llrm, or all^w t h Ir nam'a to ba I by aay otbar |.or- n or paraaaa ia aald bual. nr la taklnc DiotnT IW Ik >W W traaa at M'li ( th- liiyitari ihI that they. tcjf *hrr I all p?r?on? eonrertiej In th* violation of thenw i?ion?, hall be deemed guilt? of a miademaaaor, liable l? ifn|.ri in nt ft I I*?? tli*n -ix ninth?, Oaaoumypii 11 utraathai br .krra and forVra of i migrant pa-eUger? may employ a*ent* la hailnni *m4 Indeed th -y ara r> julre I by law to * for pertain purp" *?. but not U will b? rauea1, for any of th* purpo.e? above mentioned hi cl' a-ly of op t,I 'll that It >! tba int n'ion the Lt -latnr. in the pm < { thl? law thv. biiAlui ** of bo. kin,- anil |t r <ardlng auiiirant ^n(*r? la the partni.;*.. abo?a menti ned. li t be Hi rela"d t j |i ?li? are ||r.n*"d for parrj>"*e and that ?? nereaaary eonaequ"n<ra <r*!i |.a?a any n^lit i, lawful authority to ?f<r<rd <gata It t i i . -mrd by ag?nt< any pra<ti*a hi? ber.'-l r? eileted at tarUnpa I th .a pro?l?|. n" It W||| be exp "te l that ?r? 'in li.ldlag li- i e w ' h< r. *ft? f plevl the ralane* of any am-h prvti.-* ?? *n n?iii? for r ?, lat' I b'lf " 11 r? adily n.nr.rm toth- law eondnet the buelm * with a ?l*w to th* Jint U aa l Intereeta of th * h m they ar? |l.n?ad ,, ,. rt . an I ? ho l'i? ? .it ? r, are ',,1 til,' I illy , , t'l.r i'C II wholly ?II. - lit of nnr lawn and ,1 . of . nr lai it I '.nlf m.^n.ntly anaMe. heir ar-i *1 ta pr t. rt t . .uielrei aga:n?t k ?t ?r.d inj?! *i?"< whi b tl.-y would otherwise b? , ,,Ur I ahla to liaie pi .' ti--d in n them * o ti ronn>r imp! I I th? eainpl.lnt he , aly ?'t- I la dirert m ' ? n of law and of hi* y a runner, tut th' manner in which he e >nte., II e part that hi to k In t'i* tranaa-ti n w?? rop.r and ar? rd *1-11 r.r.t affidavit of tha 'unit fran . ll? In 'n?a an a rnnmr. , ra ' r??"k" I xii I tTi lr-t Marshal will giro potlr" of ita reTocation ( Ijr.ed) ' ? WOOIMICLL. Mayor. Hpnrtlnx Inta lll|(eiic?a r.riau K? ? lli "' W?? ona af the m ?t illnr and l'e,t f ute>t d piriug raaea ye.ter.Uy r 14<w liatatrln Conrie th.* we rar ? ltn< ?- I It l" ?' thr. < la fl<e Tipp -an"-Went In ahi> Barbar I'ony ai d Hat-liar Hoy in ied null f the aa?|.|'. lief e th Mart Burner II .y tl a f??orlte a^minit atiy i> i-.r Imi, hut th" *ae" ?r. in iiia'lBg in n ' re u ' ihat the b-ttia? ?*r.?.| indi i a? r? pa^nt h- < * ? a larn* orowd In iinan - *nd b?f( re tl, rnr? wai Ani<ti-d It tiao i thai ' aiidlae lia i ro I" u d in th- Judfe - -land f, J . " n r nmirary wi.l .eat eip.ain th" rar.* . >ra'? ? g llmb?r !' ny 2 1-10 13 1 I ill- il I Butch" r Hoy I Si u .1 I 3 Ja R ? ? Tippeean< lilt] 11 allot 111 til 2J4V* i W J.? if jr. o. pu ?. E NE THREE DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. ABIZTAt OP TIIK STEAMSHIP CANADA, AT IIALIFAX. TKLKGKAPHIO TO PORTLAND, T1IKMCB BY Messrs. Win slow dt Co.'s Express TO .PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE, THKNCE BT BUB'S flEKCHA NTS' TELEGRAPH, TO THI NSW TOSS BSSALD. ADVANCE IN COTTON. j The Reported Recall of the Russian Minister from England. SO UlTELLItE.TCE OF THE VICEROY. AMERICAN SECURITIES, dkC?i I The steamship Canada arrived at Halifax at halfpast nine o'clock yesterday morning, afterapissnge of nine days, twenty-one hours, and thirty mr.iutes. She will reach Boston this afternoon. Our des|>atch came over the Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Maine lines, to Portland; thence by Messrs. Winslow Co.*s express to Portsmouth, N. II.; thence by Pain's Merchants' Telegraph to Poeton and this city. This is the first despatch received over Pain's line from Portsmouth to Boston. That line will be extended, in a few days, to Portland, when the telegraphic communication from Halifax to New York will be complete. It -vill be finished and in good working order before the arrival of the Cambria, the next steamer due at Halifax. Halifax Tm.korarh Orptcit,) TtlBSIiAlf Mor.nino, 9J. J The Canada has arrived. She sailed June I, at noon. She arrived off this harbor last night, and reached her wharf at this morning. The Viceroy sailed from Oalway for Halifax and New York on the 1st of June, but has not yet arrived here, and was not spoken by the Canada. England, The new House of Parliament was occupied by the Ccmnions on Wednesday. Since then Lord John Russell has obtained leave to bring in his bill, w hich was rejected by the Lord* at the last : session, to enable Paron Rothschild to take his i scat for the City of London. An address to Her Majesty, by Lord Ashley, j lias been carried, asking that measures may b? ! tuken to stop all post office lal>or, on the Sabbath, throughout the kingdom. The address met with unavailing opposition from the cabinet. Profound silence ia observed by Ministers on all foreign affairs. I Husy negotiations are going on between the Frenrh cabinet and Downing street, and the dead |4UM 111 the <|uurr< 1 is only broken l>y the rumor that Gen. I-afitte will return to-morrow. The Kuaainn Ambassador haa been recalled from St. James. In the meantime, public opinion, both in Kngland and France, seeins to have turnmed up the controversy, deciding that there ia a secret cause behind the alleged cauae of dispute. Wlnle it may be initiated upon that General Lahitte, the French minister of foreign affairs, was too hasty, I.ord I'almeraton will, it is believed, tn the end, be placed in the position, beyond doubt, thct his offensive demonstrations, after all, arose from self-defence. The decision in the Gorham case hu been post; pcoed till tenth of Juno. Iitlaad. A shocking murder took place in Culloville, Armagh county, on Thursday week. The victim was Hol?ert Mauleover, the agent of the Rev. Mr. Hamilton, w ho was attacked by some of the tenants, who beat hi* head lo pieces with stonea. Kmigration ia perceptibly fulling off. The crops, generally, are looking extremely well. France. Since the advices by the Atlantic, the speakers in the continued debate on the Klectoral Law bill, have been Lamartine, Thiers, Jules Fabres, Grevy, and Leon Faticher. All the amendments moved have lieen defeated, and the second article was carricd by an immenae majority?the funds going up as the Mountain went down. There hav? been several sensations in the course of the debates, occasioned by the quarrels between the individual meml-ers. Commercial AflTalra. Tiie Mok?t Market continues steady, ami discounts are easily obtained at the currency of last week. Consols closed on Wednesday at 96J, and each day since at There is lesa activity in the market for American securities, but quotations are unaltered, eicept for United States sixes, 1*82 New York State fives, 1*65; Pennsylvania fives, and Massachu.ttta fives, which are a fraction lower. l.J I. r- /Y-i---- ? vuii<m iaa?i fin n uitii |, i?li VMirmiK wav'flim'H at 7|. Salea for the week riaing H5.000 hale*, of which speculator* look near 20,000, and e.*i>ortrra If* than 1,000 bale p. Flmi?A better feeling e*iata, hut no advance ran be quoted. The aame remark* apply to wlieat 1m. Cots?A dull market, at pricca aiipeace to one shilling lower. Pbovihiom.?Beef?A moderate buaineaa, at very full price#. Pork?No improvement; limited business, and pricea in favor of btiyert. Bacon?Good enquiry from Irish buyera, but from a want of aaecrtmmt of middling descriptions, the business ia limited ; the finer *orta move alowly. Hiouldersare in good demand, llama aren^gleeted. Lard?Since the early part of the week, large arrival* have checked aalea at 31a. 9d. for fair quality. Cheeae?Price* having receded during the week from 1*. a 2?. per cwt.} aalea a?e large. Tallow alightly improved. Aahea ar?i in fair demand at previona price*. Corrri:? General dulneaa pervadea tha market. A few tiercea Jamaica aold since Tueaday at M?. a OR*. Lateat telegraphic advicea from London, represent an improvement in pricea. 8alea there of plantatirn Ceylon, new crop, at 17a. a ffii, and Madraaat 46u. per cwt. St oar ?In rf^eiiin, the business of the week haa been r (tensive at very full pricea. Hut?Dull, and lower price* have been accepted. Navai. Htour*.?T'nusually large arrivals caused prices to recade. A (.public sale on Tharaday. turpentine commanded only Sa. 7d , and waa withdrawn. Tar?No aalea. Komn?A,000 bbl*. sold at 2s. 7d. a 2a. 8d. for common quality. Oil*.?Olive ia in more demand, flperm i* a XW per tun. la linseed a moderate buainea* it doing at 80s. a 30* W. Spirit* ( tarpeatiaa eommands AO* , with small salea. KattonT*.?Deadweight ha* been *iceeding1y arce thia week. The freight of Ireland haa falbn considerably, bat measurement good* are , abundant, and pa-secager* still numerooa. Several W YO MORNING EDITION?WED uhips have arrived, but hII thr disposable tonnage was taken up immediately, at full rates. The i?^^t? from the manufacturing districts are rather improved in tone, and tlie price of goods at Manchester is gradually creeping up. This effect has been produced hy the continued accounts received from the American markets relative to the deficit in the yield of the past season, which had rather lessened the caution of buyers for foreign markets. Brown, Shipley & Co.'s circular reports that fince the departure of the Atlantic from Liverpool, , May 31, the speculative excitement in the cotton trinket has increased since Wednesday, and the tales of thl week are fi5.:{10 bales, of which 22,000 are to speculators, and 3,500 for export. Prices are again a shade higher, admitting now of an advance of id. on the quotations of Tuesday, except Mobile, which is Mill put at 7Jd. Indian corn is again (kJ. lower, but rather more doing! in it to-day at this reduction. In other resects, the corn markets are very dull, and speculation quite 6tiei>ended. London Cokn Market, May 31.?Millers buy with caution, and Monday's prices could not be ol>tained for wheat. Flour inactive, but not lower. Shipping intelligence. Arrivrd from Nc* Yi.ru Miy Iti. Kcimloa, C""3iUdt; 2i h. Aduiiml. Ilavri; M Ut-ni", "Till, Da?U, OoTev II Iloltaist; 3Uth, off Use l*lo el W, .1. ?'..hiiuh Li 1 Centurion,de: Tteonderor*. do; Jl .y 1?, Elita Wait*, M.metra; Sl??, 1'atrick ll'-nry, l.i*crp >oi Sailed tor New Y?rlc. aayK Mary Varney, Cadii: 14! h Hero, Oporto: Mountaineer, Cad: 2d, lt"TPii?. konjhoi i'ariss hnrmlltn; S)lph, Aloimti Modii*rrau. aa, Clssir?nt;.'il? h, Ott'lnoeo, l.irefpnol. ArrivesI fn>m llo?t?m, May lti, Attica, Cronntadt; IftU, Fatorland, Hamburg. Jailed fur Huston, May Aron, fr.m Crarenend. Artised fr-'tu Phila'telphts. May *i cia, Li?o pool. *M for <io 31k', Cla-a. Wheeler. d? S, ;en lis* OrlissUo, fo. X A <>rk, April 17. in lat .17. 1'si 4P Wilis boat', bulwtrlit a si house rtove, and lots* i f sa:M, aistl was suppliesl with provl sii.ua The Ellen Vhi/ai'-', from yr-ctnistown for B >?'en, May!?, in Iat4*. Ion 2.-<; lis# Ai. ;r?* (a'nll, from Cardiff for Boston. May J, lat -I1#. I?:> M; I s ?lsir Xt'auon, from Nfurk, 11th May, in Ui I ', 1 n ' I; the Mary Ulssvor. from NYork for Live) tsocl Cth, in lat 4'?, Ipis 47. LATHE rROM CUBA. TRIAL OF THE INVADERS. NEWS FROM THE CAPITAL,. CONTINUATION OF THE CALIFORNIA DEBATE. ILLNESS OF MR. CLAY. THE NASHVILLE CONVENTION. BLOODY FRACAS AT OEIPHIS, &c., See., &o. Highly Interesting from Cnba?Trial of the Patriots, Ac. Chablcsto*, June 11?3 P M By tbs sUsmsT Isabel, juat arrived, we hato been placed la possession of advices to thr Rth inst., being f<ur day* later tban thoie reeeived by tho steamer Georgia. at Now York. Tbe Umbel reports that there wero sixty-one prisoner* at Havana. constating of the Toluntaeri and srew* of the Ueorgiana and Sarah, who were undergoing trial in tbe Marine Court. Tbe British and Aaurlcsn Consuls weis present. Tbe trial bad not bwn concluded tip to th^iour of tbs sailing of the Itabel?but it was generally supposed that the captains of the t?ss?1s would be punished, and tba niuaUder cleared. There l? no intelligs-nre of any other attempt at ia Thflon, nod *> e hato nuiUlug ?tM of importance by the laabel. Th? report of another expedition by tbe men on board the ateamer Fanny I* incuriect. a? thai veaaul la bow at Kay W e*t, and bound for Now York. New Olitivi, Juna 8, lRjO. Tha Obio baa arrived bere fr?m Havana, with datea to the 7lh in*t. Gen. Lopez arrived hera ye*t< rday. and wu arretted Ila appeared tbia morning before the Diatrlct Court, and hi* examination la ju.?t flnlabed. Ila baa born ?? ut. for trial, before tba lulled otatua Cummiaaloner. Ilia ball la fixed at f3,0U0. Itti.TivoRK, J nna 11. UM. By the Southern mail, thla evening, wa have been fi{ vored with a few additional particular* relative to th? I Cuban invafion The New t>tl<an* paper* contradict tbo report that ( Captain Duperu wa? executed at Cardenaa. Ila wa* in New York ia tbe middle of May S< t< atceu of Lopri'a men arrived at Savannah on Saturday, from Key Went. Thry b< Inn^ to Kentucky at d Ohio and are attxiou* to enliit lor anothereipedltlon to Cuba. llie boy executed at ?'ardetin? wia numed Willhun ; Ktlly, and nin< teen yearn old. II" waa from Ulticlnnail, and did n< t belong to the expedition, but wjm on 1 tila way to Chagrea. Captain Lfp? s. nephew of <i?n*ral I-ope*, with twenty men nine of whom are 4p*ni*h troopa, ?ho deaerted In the Creole, are atill at Key Wcat. Illiieae of Mr. Clay. \Va?iii*c.to?, June II, 1IM TTenry Day left the Senate chamber thia day, at about ISo'clork, being lndi*poeed Ilrutal Itrcd Kl|(ht mi Nimphlt?Uiatli of eat of til* Part lea M iBfim T'nn .June 10. HW On Saturday evenlry, th" cue of tbe Merchant*' and Meehanlca' Rank ' am' before the Court, on the part | of Pr t Fowkea and othrra? that the a???.ta of the bank ahould te placed under their control ?which motion waa realated by General Coe. aa Attorney tor 1 a portion of the creditor*. 0? nrral Coe had read a communication pravlouely algnedby King and Trig**, to the effect that *uch r?*i*tance on hi* part would be treated by them n a private and perional matter. Tbe argument having been carried on In a very warm ) manner, and the partiea le log much excited, tha ca*e ' we* deferred to wbd other day. Coe and Connell left the court room, and wer* met by Trigg and ht* friend*, when a frnca* took place be j tween them There I* a diversity of opinion aa to which k?gan the a??ault, but tba general impreaatnn 1* that Trigg commerced tbe attack on Connell. and In the mi lee Toe abot and killed Trigg. A general fight eneued. during which Toe wa* attacked by three different partie* and ?hot in the back, and fell and up to the , pree< nt time hi* race I* eon*lder*d doubtful t'onantl and cialna cloeed. and b< th were eeverely wounded. Another Roller Kiploalon. pHii.aoat.rMta, Jane 11,IMOl A boiler In the enuff manufactory ol Me**ra Cooper k Walter. *ltuate In Spring Garden, exploded to day ! which carrlrd i??j the roof of the building and In|jur< J Nitril f-tfon* porip mortally. Hulclilr of C nifill??. J ana 11, 14M Jinn Tinrr ot. comrdlaa, of thn Natloaal Theatre. *liot blmaalf upon tba platfrm of the Fltthbargb j Railroad, thl* morning while i>n hi* w*y Irnra Ooneord to R?>?to?i. and died ihwtl; tft?r II# wandurrd off i Iwl night- *<ippo*rd tn*at>e Doctor Wthalit'i Caa? . Borrow. Jun* 11,1M0. Th? Pnprrma foart of thl? Stale mot to day to b?ar arjnitmnt* la rarinua taw ra*e? Th? appeil fir a n?w trial In Porter Wthnltr'* rti? waa not rnchrf but It will ba taken up In a day or two. Orrat Traiprranrr OI? hrallon. ll.rof.Jun> II. HM) Th? So?a of Temperaaca are baring graat erlabratlnn twenty thrca tlalM in rrprrwDlH. On* thousand delegataa are pr??Mit from *ew Tor*, and mad* a tnr appearance In a pro<>#Ml?n thin forenoon Tbera wm a great aaeemhlag* on the flninmon tbia aft-moon llrwa from th? Month. f?i nMn?r, Jim II. ItM, Ttin *hlp F.ll Whitney. which arr!*?d at Mew Orleaa*. report* baring apoh*. on tb* lHh May. birk franca, 3# day* out from Rl<?. bonnd t?? New York. with tba lo?* of ?e?. ral of the erew by yellow ferar 1 be death* at Kew Orleana, hy cholera, String tba we?'k etding lat J una, nuaab-r Ihirtc n 11K H iNESDAY, JUNE 12. 1SB0. The Niiihvlllr Convention. rl Kiairru day. 0 Naihville. Tenn., June 11,1350. * After a prayer by the Itev. Dr Kdgen, the following resolution was called up It is one of a serUa reported yraterday by Mr. Gordon, from the Committee on He- b solutions Berolted, That when this convention adjourns. !t will adjourn to meet ngnln at Marietta in t'u> Statu of tj Georgia, on the 41b Monday lifter tlx'n l^iurnment of the prudent session of OonKrem. mid thai fhi< Southern a, 8tate? be recommended to fill their delegation* forth- u with. w Gen. Pillow offered an amendment to the resolution. t-l proposing to change the place to Na.?lnii!e, and the J.1 time to the first Monday after the adjournment of p] Congress. M Mr. Goaoon, of Y?., explained the reason why Mrxr'. * etta had been plac-d In tbe resolution, lie taiil that "1 , I that place hud been thought more convenient to the t i dtli rations than Nashville. ,l Mr. DuronT, of Florida, was in favor of re-nM<>nibling j,, at Naj-hrille. There was propriety in assembles here ^ he said. an it bad been given out that it would nut b>< 01 p< rn.il Ii'd to again tn?tnibl? in tin city. Il? then p Lid a cwnplimcnt to Nashville. tor th'- hospitality which " hail be< n shown to the member* of tins Contention Mr. McPonai.!>. ef Geo . t id ihe charge was not on (crouiit ol iliMti sfiiction with Nashville, hut as a mat- J*1 ter of convenience. All delegates, he said, were plena- " ed with the manner in which they li.nl been treated in 01 Nashville. (It n. I'ii.i ow spoke in favor of liis amendment*, and lf g re rJ< d rratonf why he wished theni adopted. Sir Cn<rM?i of Al-i said that report* h id been Pj i euleti d prtt >ouk to t'ie meet in* of the Convent' >n, tli it it i\ tiuld cot be fai11v tieatedin Nashville. and li? 111 faau. in Tit w of these reports, intended to propose auo- <( ther pi ice ol meeting : but the generosity and bo?p|. " tailty shown by tho citizens of Nafhvllltj t? the dele- 11 pate*, made iiim iu favor of meeting again in their Bl city, lie would not. although under iiisti uotions, vote apainst it Mr Short* ?aid he wa? pleased with the city of ?" i Nashville, hut was in favor of Marietta n' | Mr. Tt em r mid ho was in favor of striking r< I Marietta from the resolution, and would bo iu J*'

favc.r of some other place. Perhaps h.> wa* ready J' to go anywhere. 11 u was pleuswd with his reception " here-had met with friends, and bad experienced " hospitality nnd kindness. ile had also beard that {[ the convention would not be allowed to meet ^ hern. Someone had saiil that the bones of Andrew r" Jackson would turn in bis ({rave if tliey met hero. W hat right had that uan to speak lor Andrew Jack- " son ? What knew he of Andrew Jackson's srutiuieuts; a man who knew him during life nbotit a< much as th > 111 serpent in tb? rock, or in the sands, itucw of the T1 eagle's flight in the nil ? Jackson s boaei turn iu tho lt' grnve lie would arise to n?sist them 1 I'or that distinpuUhed man h> Ul the principle nev t i t?k anytlinijf but what wa* rijjht, and would sub.uit to no- }' thing tl:at was wrong. '' Mr. Tit moi.m (8 ('.) said hi* delegation n"ver en'er- J1 taiiied any appteliensUn in regard t? Iheir r.ocpt. ? J'j h?re. They bad the firmest confidence in th > inieiii- ! pence and hospitality of tho citixens of Na hrillo '' 1 bey had r.o fear of losing any ol tlmir number uul *s : 11 from the charms of tho lair daughters ol Tonne.-se ; 11 Ile then further gracefully complimented tho el'y. hot , ' nevertheless. prefertsd that tku Convention siloUld j J1' meet at Marietta I After ik Die furthe. d'censslon flen. Pillow with lr"W 1" bl* amendment and then propoted to ntrik-Mi' '-It i ' from tLe resolution as r-porl< d, and tho luotkoii pre- i Vailed. Yeas 0; Nay* 2. Gen I'ili.ow then moved to Insert Nashville, which mot it n prevailetl (ien. I'ii i ow also movedto strike from the rcsnlti the time proposed for the further meeting of the C\ vention. and propoaed the 4th M'uiuy alter the journment of Congress. This motion tailed, jcm. nay*, fl. Mr. Irwik. of Ala.. mov> d to strike out the word 4th and Ir.st rt Ith. Mr I *s mtition prevailed, aud the re solution, aa ami tided, was then adopted. Me Llnlnn* nf V? ( hbirmnn nl th ? Com m i tt ho of . 1 Resolution* r< ported lb? r? solution as alut.iu. J. and It was liii'i adopted bv thi' Conn nti>'D ' Mr (lotinoi then teporlnl the Address to the Peo* pie of the Mouth. ?ith amendments. whu-U were read. Mr Mi Hi i it Mi-- thru >! m.l 1 HTtnl MMi> ! nu n'c t" t 1j" AMnHi t? baball of to abeent ? lleagna. J The ntnendiat uta having boen read and rxplainoi by Mr M< K<?. J.' Messrs Gom>o* and Coi.?: kit made eloquent jpeech.?* 1 KK'ort tbem. ,1 Mr MiKu replied In an eloquent and forcible 'J nifttb. and ?li?' a firw remnrks by Mr. Hmmt. of Mi-nit.: pi. and Mr llunler. of AUUmi, the Ctnvun- * lion ?d.. nttiid till helfpasl 4 I*. II. THIRTY "Kilt vr CONOUKSI. n fllXT WWHION. fa-uatc. r Moiu'a masxktic tkijmlapii. i Wmmwutoii, Juan 11, IH50. ' tiik aooftu 1 (Lano airi.uiTtaw. A dkimii- *m recelred from th? I'rixlioDt, la an> ' a iwer to a resolution of tbr Senate, railing tor tba ac- " tlon of tit* government In relation to the diap)Alion , d of tbe Hound I (land expedition ti nt.ireani* noctrMn m. I ja Further coin muni eat ion* were alao receive I from tha ' War Department, in rrlatlua to Uia geology aad lop > ai | grapby of California. : Hl Miscc11.4Ri.0ts. j 1. Mr. Hot <to? aubni'tted a resolution. Inquiring of the <i. I'residi nt w to the exercU* of olvll or military power B< in Texas, wbicb war. adopted. I ^ The Bangor Custom lfou,?* bill wvt then pasted ; | and the joint resolution for tha relief of Mes.'rg. Colt J'1 and Morte w.u> adopted Til* ARMr. The bill to Ineri'*** the rank and fll? of th? army | and to encourage enlistments, returned from the lloute with an amendment, wa. Lakon up. The amendment, I In relation to the propriety of mounting certain triops, t< wai di.'cuxf'd at aomo length, and concurred in. After the eonsiderattou of luern'.iig bunucss, tha Seuata totk tip. ! tr TNI nMHtat-C atLt. ' a Mr. Cim addressed tha Senate, lie expressed h. 1 ill rigret at the remark* mad* by Mr. Benton y?t?-r lay. fo Ihire ii< a tone ot aaieasm which ??< calculated O to 1 xcite t< mporary gratification but rnuld do no {ood bt If* ngretled, especially, hla allusions to the Chairman *1 of lb* Coin tui tt*a of Thirteen. The long continued great rt public services of that S*nat >r ihould hare eared blm di from such an attack. The Senator from Missouri ha I 11 truly Mid. that curt wa a great, a pro?p? rr>u*. and h happy country ; but ho had r< a t human hUtory to little purpo.e who did not know that trouble# m.gbt fli ariee aa w II in a proejerous country a^ in one In ai more adverso circumstance! rro?p?rmia? ware 1 j lb trouble bad ariaen whlrh wan now und>-r considera- " tlon. and which be believed to be a most proper subject of Compri miae, lie bad not been prepared for tit- f I'lit oppo?ltlon, which the proposed ?ch?me cf sat- *' tUment met. although be kn< w w 11 that na plan *' vbatever, even If presented by an aa*"l from ll?sv. n tt< could be unanloionsly a? r-ptable. A abort time since the South w*r? thr? atenad wltb the Wllmot provlao )( and y?t. when a projeet waa brought forward to avoid al that Issue and s. ttla the whole qu-?tl?n It ni' l the nt- 01 gu tt tii?lllil? Inm (rttlram ffprM^nlliii |ti> ) mill fit On lli* oth?T hand t rruin feeaator* from th? North w lid W*?t 0|>fn?<l It jn?( ? li? arti|j ? ?n ah?o<i'>ampnt U I ol important ron?id>-ratkiti? If h* bid hvl a <J"a*>t of Ni th* Jntllit of 111* irhrm. !> fur* 11.i* m" tin* "f **- ?* i t r?m against II that fact *oaid ba?? rriaof?4 lh*oa , all W'hrB t *tr? nirt ?n mf*l. It w?? al**/* pr?tty bl verier that tli* i>roi'<?itl< n which lb< y ??p" >1 lb i no* cm wbirb Ju?t ?u<l r*a? nablp ai> n might properly t< alt* lnlbt?ra>*. on* rertu n. or a p rti?.?i of It. d*> n ?nd< "J thr restriction rf >ln?r; by y -Itlrt lav. ?nd f 1 tli* i'lb?r *rtl<>n drnamlnl Ita r*?<>?ui!bra. Tb* plan ?! pr**enl?d by ?ba r mmittr? r<n |>, t?.. n thaao tn nir?. bt d if a<!"|.* d would n< iU> all d.fll '"ItI*" and w< woi.l I b? atilrrrtkllj hallrd with )?y Tbtt irnatof fr? m Krntnr ky (Mr ("lay) bad n*?i-r *nfiT-d In a | fo n' blrrai.rk than th* preparation. pr*s?*ir%tl m a.il dvocirt vi (bin ?cb*m?. and: let the r*?nlt l? frli.it It 1)1 t>l(kt,tV fiurrnotlTM which be h?d brought Into ar ; I bin Bi*BMIr?. ImI th<' patriotism ?B"lT *n ' perm- I* frmcf altb ahlch h<- bid prwuit d an 1 arftd It, ll> H.iildd'" tf ami rrtrlfi tl>- th'ok-of b i*' JT- I I Mr Ca?? tladlp*t<<1 th* pr j ri- ty of Hit f'Hf to ni*a??r?e embraced In the bill ntnlir tr titration I Y> oi-ld ?ny b 'y drny that a!) lb ?i l?r u t <*ln bn llretifth from th'Tonn- ii*a ' llnAa i IHiati!<lllt>r- 1 nia ?rffir? d <bl.y b y tb? cotiiKtini- Ik* M 14 til I'll lid Uf < n tLat ?lrra?i*tanaa at ail It ??< antrue. > ni' " II ? thi * r.n.ril. ii wa?. uf ou/h! to be. 'IT?B*lra or t? Hi* mtCaMfwrnla. II* rli- l wary ln*laar?? ? Il thick lM|mrtalit mi b-urea bad In "i c i n'Ct' J In 1 cm Ml a'tl.i lit the rn?tilrion of Indigently ** 'h*T n< I" b??a **?it?d. la alln^iajr to tk* hiiit^imm in whleh the pponentu of (he i Hindi. - II realatco.irtdi rahlv I. i *ili Ik m lit rar Maaa * celebrated I' <'**? 1 r< r.di ainln* >lr Hiii i.t wilfc m-i-b tf**riiy !*%l-a ai?i? d si M'B* l*a??l. i h? ri.i>>i|lnt a.ity. n*r? -J. J1* m.ii | laprirty of rftabli*bir|t ttrrltnrul |irt?raM?i t?, 1 and r?f?rt?'d ? * lb? rrr?ld?oi> r?Mf?rala m" ?<' ri- ' pronlr.R III- r. *r.1 tl.al th?- l'i?fin!r? bad n >t r r >m- ??f mrrnl'd rnm" | Un of mil* niat. by wb!'h th< dl'- 1 tinellnjtqnr.lli.n mi?b* bar* b?rn a*tll*4 II* ron- 1 >Wff?d ill* |iri>p?Miti<'B t<i i??y T**%- f. r lly a*ttl*m*iit ( flier boaadaiy. < iidiu< tb*t II ? ' r'iln<n ly I J?i?t aad projier rali-nlat d to ?*ttl* a dllHoalt * of lltl*. pn trat civil pi mmution. ?*c.nr* MoteMl m M tli* Inbnbitaot ^ ot lb* Irrntlet. and vri lilt f??l. tha ' " rl*lit? n. I?h?r i.f T- ia? or lb* tall d airi- praja<llr*d by the attrmpt. II* ai?o ?t*n.d ib* ra.-l>a?<>!? I 1 jir?lo?* ii'grd to lb* Comprmnl** np>in ih* (froianlnf *n Ihr **r?pt .on? ahu ll *r? ?*p. rted t'l f. I ?k-'i to l? hy ! <1ifl*n nt ?*p|ton? of th* runitr; l|? ^a"'*d %lao from I wiIiiIm lith? Xif' Hir aud Oari<r *%4 #i"fn'. rf, tf th ERA] bow th* view? and position of the President upon the hi ?;n?pr?>iii<.-? . which he commented upon at length. Ij it bout however, impugning thn inotivea of the a I u lustration 1 n concision, he mtili tin earneiit ap ml to thn So cute in behalf of tbe scheme of the com cl ittee. an th o only one which oould Kecure peace anil , i llipillCM Mr. itnitoi followed. After rebutting Mr. Cm* In a j lintrd manner for hi* personalities to him he pro- , edrd at once to consider tin-tu -m-ur-- under dlscmo.<, with a view to det? ndlng t he recommuudatiin by II ;e President The Committee of Thirteen had bsun ppointeU with an end to eonsiliate harmonize and ? nite ronillrt in;; views, feelings and interest*, and V 't hen It tu brought hire, it was evidently the olT?riug ?'f confuhioii and the child of disaord It wa* n iet ut its very birth by thu execrations aud repudia- i| uu? <t its reputed father*, who would have stranli d it in iti" birth, eioept for the energy of one man. pi r. Clay, who seized uud upheld it with one hand. tl hile br ri reived all assailunts npou the other ; ana ! ft in the presence of all this discord. gentlemen ex- | t< re>nd their surprise and regret that the President ! id his friends had not coma forward to tliu de- I tl nee arul support of this measure. It really j bi 'iDied to him that the surprise and regret should #ve come from the other quarter. 8vv?n formed thu : ci injority of the committee ; the I'rewul nt and his j ilonet then were equal in number to the majority ; the committee?and yet it had been a mitter of i oi uprise I hat they had not yh lded their candid. hou1 convictions to the dictntlou of the committee. when c< 1* Work of that committee no t decided approval from I 0 quarter whatever A year ago the doctrine of non- ' cr itervention was laid down u th- claim of the South. : id * ben the North had finally worked itself up to that int. heboid. Ihcj find the i.tube dill further rem >ved m om thi m. and the adtiiiListrallnu and <t.< friend. ?.re ; tiled upon to follow on lie had no design of com- j uirj; the plan po called, ol the President, with tha ei the committee. The 1'resident bad never put I nything forward in that shape. lie had recommend or 1 u circle act, identical. a? far as it went, with the j 'Hon of the committee. The committee hud form- be 1 a plan, combining measures for political strategy, id iliiit plan would ptand or fall by it* own merits w< id meet that compaiison or antagonism with any ; or lier. The President, in relation to the territories In sd rcci mmetided non-intervention, to had the com- (I ittee the ditlerenee between the I're-ideut au I the Bimittee wa?. that the former had made open, in- V tpeudeut recommendati: ns. while tho latter, with ed ie view to forcing through ?evural measure* taoV'd ii m together, in order that one might gain strength or id weight by it* connection with other* Afi?r a IIj w remark* in relation to t he condition of Utah and (I tw Mexico, for the purpose of ahowiug that their , nise w.i 4 nut I ucli. gaptDg wooiid in tile h .dy politic i heil Lien repretenled. Sir l)ay: >n remar., d that t) r did not menu so pay tl at government ought to he i<dc for J-ew Mexioo. if there were no dlllcultla* m tending sneh course; but here was tho Wilni.it roviso in the w iy. that proviso which the Sena- M ir fr<m Michigan had pronounced d"ad. llow p|j i ad. he would ask f Did th< Suator bv? thit anieron upon a certain tote t iken iu the otler h lain \ fo e cetttluly must be Aware th*t that vote wan no M ?t of wh:it would be thu result, if the lju ?tion were Iree.l I j presented in a territorial bill The proviso I m H'loi'.y been icotohed, not killed; and seotched by i hi ii' 1'iclideut 'a rt commendation of non-intervention fo I the tonltoriia. It was quiet now, because tl lire was nothing to call it forth; hut let them j j liter I's domicil and stir up thi* monster hy Ira ' qi i it had been called, and it Mould be found aa full of . ol le ami \ ig? r as ever. Tlie institutions of the Legist*- ' ti ires of the Northern State* were not to continually nr re?a this mutter, but wh>ner, rtlie ocn:i.?l*ft eh nil I m rise. their ft r i ntnti?< s were to pee that theoi ii- al nice of "ST we.- rwpectcd lie mu-t proceed to con- j der tbe \ | t: n of th'' committee fjr the wttle- pa ent < ' Ti n I nnilmy. In the courpci f his re. ve ait dibi t I umlary question would lie be ttli . by t oe.'IudU l ill. ilninal ? Ir. Hotirtw Utrrr *<! r. HavToa The F at r fr .ai Te*ss says n?-ver. Hi y abet tiplit doc* lo areiime.tbat the couatituiion n; tot provide lor the aettieni'.nt of such j wi - i . l>v the Supreme Court " The bouulu- 1 t ID.'II > i f ti e old St'itei htd b'.!tn settled 1 fl i.,M i out I* nndi r tbe provisions of the constitution, ! at id should Texas, the youngest of the ibt rhood ai ime in stid ride roueh shod over tbe n-mstitutl >n ! I?> r liayten prociedi d lo consider the title of Texas to ki iw Mexico Th" Aerator bud said that if It were not ui r this qu'v-tlon nl pl'iii ry thi re would be no i|uescn at all about the title of Te.tas On the oth.r h ?n 1, ai i> (Mr Itaytou) wot Id say.Miat If It were not for this ilta ion ?t plaverjr. and the predilection* and syinpt- Tl lies of (South'ru men in behalf of that lus'ttution m icre would be no question at all as to tb? w ?i th*"as- m res ol the title and when he had recriminated thus. in te asaertion ou oi.e sidn would bavo L.tluu ' d the*, on n ie other, and ui lhitig would he Kuined in th w.?y ..| j rgnnient. The bill |>ropo*<dto par a Utnk slim fir 11 ne title ol Ti xas t? Ni w Mexico I u euneidating how M iu<h pbould be pitiil fcr a tlile It was prsper to e*atu' :ie n Ik* \filiif* i if 11 1 I I* !* Ill* Mi int.iin "?4 Hiaf lit i t illn * ow In diepttle *a not, worth a ru-li; and If It ? i? a t? mo ) < Itii u n?n |ti I int. it. I !i tliiir w ;r aia J til tl.* piM , - . I y (fMfhl a AwtliM for Ci r<-l*a?* I I meli a claim ui vi It >< .1*1 nl (nv hr would ? 1- *i !< < tkcui not to tlo an. It would ui* lu abuid an h* i>ub> taiir* and iui lor tin- -lia l<> ? lla proi-e J.il w o nam!ur tb.- ?t?tuto? of Tex ?. ?i u a ?i?* to tli.wug U.at ni vir by any if bi-r It*-. I.* 1 *b* a- erti I t ny till* to New Mi-ilcn, or any part of it. until Jauury 4th JK?t> Aft-r a movement ft thit kind r >m- f. >?n,.d. aprritit romprnnii** ?a* tub* kfrx j ii^ib. d Inch w ? to fettle k 11 lh< ? ijueatlona, au.t thu bouniiry of Tea**. nmiti f th.* r??t. by ptirrhaa* of h^r tl* If Tela* Hal title >li* had far fourteen year* tl illed to ifMTl It 11 r t i. ' ? remit r>uid '.uly ?i- , oi ti4 to th* hfltindnt ii a nf ?h* rrrn.ii<*nt. ana raluu< ntly would not xt ?id to .New >1" v<*o Hi al? *x- 1 rt mim d the i la in und< r the lr<ty "I H.tut;i Anna an I Iter produetn* many ttgr.atii ' < to pro?e tbat Tela* Ci net thought of till* l.f|uu l th* Nu.ru until rei-en'- ' j.. r, Mr. Pnyton rout. n<le4 tbat th* I'reaiJant wan not ! ereliet In duty in foiling t? r> commend tin' ?ettleint of ?u< b a qiiwMon nl title by t*ie ni d? prN)>al*il y tlx* cumin i It eo, or by any other of the iu? oh.ticier At tbl? point Mr T> (fate *ar to amotion for a Iurtiiiii-iit und the ?mai? adjuurm 4. Home of lt?-|?rr am la Uvea. ti rr BAIN'm KIJtCTK'M.'ltKMtCAI< TKt.POItAPII. VMDimiTM, June II, IS40. I, Th? Ilnna* met at 11 o'clock, and went Into ('.nam it- i< ? of thr Whole on the Mat* nf lha I nlon. on tNt c?i.!roawi? 4i'iino?. ,j, Mr Il >w?an, (d?-m ) of T't?t, repudiated th? due- |in* that aovereignty r*?t? la th* peopla nf i? territorial holer* tit -lr adinlaaion n Plttei j | to the I'nlon Ilo wa* willing to admit I'all i tl rnla If thu lnundvry of Tvxaa b-> extend-1 to! *J i* ( allfornia line ||a considered th i offer t-? , t y a lar^e portion of Tiaa4 aa a d grading pr?;c?- r Lion to bar It vould un?rtile the proptrly and' my and lajure tba growth of that i*tat?. Itwaahla uty to r# j.fi e?n' not rell, that portion of eoun'.rj. t) atbrr than Min-til he would realign hia aoat and hid" " imrrlf In t be dartrrt nook of obecorttr. Mr. Mi Dowri L. (4> m ) of Virginia nM.iin-d tlio ' Mf. (Movemrnt all 0*er the hall towarja w id arout<4 l.im -tnrnil.-r< gathering lie waa * tenr.i to with larn^t atlet.1- n ) lie fpoka .{ ie rreati*?-. a.loiiaiat -all ?e and mioaerrallfw fj rlndple* cf government, whlrh will b< f and In i? mutnalelTorlar leonr laton ll? ?f<*l < ' tba p wera | Bh-rr? <1 by I b" rooellution. ai d r^eat |0' i ea" t : rr1?f>ry and populat l >n o?er tb -e ?onth. an l a .n iw ,'1 i-ntly, ri prr><-ntatlnn pl?<-iogthe la*t< r In h >p?:< ? *' ln<-rily Cx-urlty wa? n.r. fully given In th* eonatitn. i r.n by the fi derat'on of r>tatea nt.t by aggre^ite num- *' >ra The arrailna of one aerilon a.-alu?t t ha other t low* liow lar the roaallt ution baa b en pn b d fr- i> i a*". ? proper l a-l.?. an l the repre ntatlre inremni' iit n' m?-t entirely Aeatmyed It wae time to r< turn to ' 1 ir granite f ur.datl.in nf erjual right*, prlvlle^aa and I ?l -tieflte 11 e r. 'trlrtion >! plitrry la nf>t r'-.jnire.l to i * ttle thla .JII. (4ion tt'hy aball It not ha lift to th? ( w of nature alavery wit herwt under I he ri(t'?r? of a di rtl.? m ellmata, and waa In rigor at ad by a t utliern ' > ) PI Mr Mrt>owrii wa? proeeadiog on thla point when || * hour iplretf. Do well plea*?4 were tba hri, I I? at tb?y rrli d t* Mr M?l?ow*ll to go oa. but tba tal.il |> rl.ade j M Iba hour nf on* arrived, anl t:ri? f?r voting >- \I ?| n-.r Murh confuelon Tba rbairmau rapped t'?r?- m orv?-td>r| rl >'r Mi ?'i ??%?* >.(! m ) ol I ill ii < In i >! r<- <1. wlitf ' ?'l ii the alat* of the qweatlon ' In 1 b* t'Maiati** repl-ed. lha bill pr*e-n*e<( hy Mr. Hot/, m r tbe adu.l'elnii of tkiilfornla, *a< pending. Mr, Ji.ari. (grt.i ) of Taan'?m* ?*I4, w?b?v*hala w| glil ??*?!< n, and are latlgm d 1 l.a long am-adui*nti? >ier> d to bi- printed hara Jn-t rt-me In. and m<-m- ^ r? evjlainlf bav* not had time to read and ?*??.>n* |j e?. If It Direta tba appmhat' n rl tb? aoiuniltt- n. n note that we rlae, f>-r tbe pnrp " nf a4Journln< till , , worrow r I'riee all over the ball. " No, ?o,"? Tell at* Left iVe the vote"?"Order " Ihei)?. linn waa taken and d'vUrd la lb* n^ga r* kuto 111 i <ntu'l<n *iIII prevailing lb- l' i.ii".t?>l tn rt?r and naid the no|?? wa? ao great that ha eouid . t hi?r. ? ' Mr. 1 i:r>n (din) of 11." ae d i>f t!i <* bill li-.d 'I" en r- ad. I 1; !? ?,?*- fin "ir 7 -. me a I rail lor th* r??-l ef of lb. bill < Mr M>' i?-i?i I ro?n f..r that pnrp >? fa' lha Cm ?ia?i?a repeated the ?onfu?ion wa<a,tgr?at lit Could not hi ar gr tlr k: I - l Inn > of M?"v' i I r to a qit- i'.I >t? I rd>r af4 taudli a point, aa to th* r?al <lat* ^ th* can ?4ti'al? pi ndmf. fl?*CnAi*?i*? ir|lt?d ? n d 11 . . 11.*o>n tli" I ill of Mr T>< !y fir t'i? ad 1 B'h-it ?I < al l rn'a an r??4. *7 ' r "I nl't'ti fad- In iniri-a. anl we. . an K' i t I i! p ? ' Airman *' ft - >( tt of th?' t.lH w-\' r?l wV h < In I >rt t|-t ( t> rtiK ?i'h th? bunn Nrl- * In h r c.n. fl< luii n, l? ?ti4l> ilnlMfil ?n? of t h?- Stti'd of ih? in iWnt f nf Amirlf* ftuit U lirr?bf dnntt*4 nn <1 ?qn?l footllig with Ihr nrtftntl PUU*. In all riMponU III iil>M?rl. d? I 4r hiiiD'K ( t>l|T) of Altbuii* ?? ?m> nl fitfrrllnn iv u w in i4? th? limit* of 0?Uf?rnl? ? ?? grt * LD. TWO CENTS. r?f# ?ll territory known ?? TTppi'f California. linic north of the parallel of thirtjr-?U d.grrfoa thirty linute*. Mr Gatr*. (dein ) of Mo , ro?? to a point of nrdnr, [ lining that au an. uiimcut he bail prevlouilr offerwA uuif tirat Mr Hn 11ani> inrlnN-d that hi* eain? first. Mr Sn.noi, (<i? iu .) of Va., wishttd an nraendmeat 0 be innje iu thrt tirxt 1 lie A grrat coufuiion no* prr tailed throughout the 1 nun. f Mr Towi.ii, (*big) of Uui, r<>?e to* quuatlon of rd?r. Chii'MM ?M'hat is it Mr? Mr. Kohiim U it timi'dr for a eommHtri to < ! > iti ritmnl. r ntt?r ih.. ..I i ? ? nested order! (Lau (titer ) Mr. t?eddon's nDicinlm.iit was read, striking oat >we of the wording In the section, bin uot beard by he r< porter, in the confusion. Mr. Mkai.k. (dem .) of V* . inquired it the preanlii* j the bill was uot first in order! Mr liHtn again rose to ? point of order. lie said nit all amendments ?rc predicated on the subject at uundary. and hi* bad priority The Ciiaikha.i ruled Mr. tfeddon's amendment lo rder. Moreconfn-ion mid call* for thu committee to risa. 1 he Ciiaikma.i knocked, mid said that he mutt huva der. A11 r a piin.?e. a loud voice cried: " I mora that tha Limittce rise." "Agreed " Mr. t?Ti:rnK??, iwlug.) of Ueorgia- I mors that tha mtrittie rl"?. Oiea of "agreed ' Chairman When the committee comes toorder Um otion will be entertained Mr. SririiiMi 1 move that the committee rise. tiuii mav- 'i'hegonilHiuaii will he in order whentha mmiittee come to order. Mr lliLLiABO inntcd that hi* uiuandment was la der. The Chairman said it *?i not. a* an Kinetidmen'. had eu proposed to the lop ol thu biil. The Chairman agaiu invoked order in the bull. Ha ->uld call i?' ntletuen by name if they did not eoine ta der; aitir whieh. if order wa< not ol .erred, he w .iilif tve the chair, and let the committee nhiit fur Itself. -hijjihit r nnd erit ? of that * right.") Mr rained a point of order, which wai that r. ftddon's amendment wan not tiist. and be appealI front the decision of the chair, that it won Sir oobmav, (dem ) of la . aiked whether it ?h? ia tier for the committee to rise and report the biil to e House. with a 1 ecouimt uJuliou that it pas*, .aughter ) The Chairman derided that it tin not in order. The question was taken and by 71 aye* to lib Bays, if committee rtfu.-ed to rife The decision of the Chair that Mr ?eddon'* ainradetil tunic* 6rft iu order. ita? revernud Mr. (jrkin Hi' ii offer, d hid aiuuudni< nt to run tha issonri line to the l'acinr. and uiadu a Uvs minutes' leeeh iu support of liis ui?wuri< Mr btiu>u> offered au amendment a* a mat tar at rin. in order lo enable hici t ? express hi* assent to r Green's amendment Mr. (deal ) of K< ntueky, offered an a'nnnd.< lit which provided thai uo objection to admi**loa i 11 hereafter be uitde lo any Slute wli, -h shall ha >riaed South ot the parallel ot thirty-six dsgrwa. lit ty luiuuttN, and whose constitution doe* nut proibit Air lean slavery therein No settlement of tha uestion. he said, can he made unlet* Kentucky and btr tenlhcru State* Fhull h.-.ve an equal parlicipaon in the peltleiutul of lh" territory If the South e to^o no farther we mi/Xt ax Well divide the part relilp ?l once. The territory belong* iu cuinuijn la i f us. Mr. Miap?- earnestly pressed hi* ametidmant, and id I) at when tha destruction of thu lluuu is ia>lved. it i* obligatory to all Unit some sc.ieuic sliaH ' agreed on, to mark the line td our future couduet. Mr Mi VSii.iik, (dm.) of Mia* , believed that ou tha loptiou ol this line depends the p -rm*ncnc? of tha aion If we adjourn without settling this utiestioa, lilath n will Increase, aud no uiai cau see where it ill I'd. Mr Castrr, (dem ) of <)hi<), iof'rm'd hi* Southern iends that tha ^question is already settled. Wast e they talking about* You may quarrel over yoar igar plantations ou the Itlo tirande, hut. frua tha ins ol the North, men have gone to settle it, dually, id forever, lie n ci uimende 1 to bis friea la to watt util thev iret haruainliiir irround Mr V?n4Ilk, (<i. ui ) ol N. 0 , replied to Mr. Cartar, 1(1 ?aid that It *M the tlrat tlnie that It ?r.:r had id ua.ertcd thai Congraaa eannot tlx boanlariaa. remark* would not hare been ini Ik by a getillemi) who area tlx- daugur. The tmailwnt of Mr. , imt?o w-ta burrowttd by the four l ist uaoi -J ganllaii n. and flrr?-tl bjr lh> in 111I roly in ui.u t .'iBoi U> k? Hi* M.unitr (mw'liPii under tho rulea lr. Auiuiin, t?hi? .) of Mm . wanted tu bring tha oi.??a to a Tot?, and inoyed to aiucud Mr liraen'a nwndnii lit, by atrikiug out (o uiuctt at iitmili tit* l*wuri liiir to thai I'ailllc Mr llixiui > . (dew .) of Kjp , in ind that an It wm ri nty initial' a nf lliri*i! o'clock, tti > floinuuttra naa. DltrlM lu thi hi K'ltidv by lis lit HI The chairman dicidcd Mr Aamnun'a aun.,i J.nant ut of ord*r. Mr. A>hmi a appealed and the d-claina o| tha Cbai* an rcvraid by 4 to 77 Mr. Jon.a (itriu ), of rnniMiKf rnn?cd thit tb? cornilttir rita. I'll* |r?Ml to by 74 to v.i Mr IUii t (<li in >. ot \ ugliil i 1 ri*4 ?u *mniJiaeat ir I he purpvjaa, a ha nud of rairrtluj an atiaard rcUlon. It wan decidad out of order. The riailini of lb., manual win ?<IN fir, b;|t oSjaaona Ware raiatd auiiJ great cnnftlaioa and call* ta 'd*r. llie i|ucrt;< n tu taken, an J the i!k,m?ii of the (.'hair icri- J. Mr Ki?rr?in, (Jrm ) of Taxat, ra iril that tha ii.mnur riae, which pr< railed aoi the Ujuaa adUIDed. Tti Btili al anil Maalral. Bowrm Tin ?thi -fit iw* iriiiv4y eiiUtM "Mmm oinrh." which ia uow being piayid ry nl^hl wi'Ji n at aticcfee, If we may Jirltr* fr. 'ni la ^e a~*"iubt tgea, ill i? ii'itraH tklii?''iii?) wuh Mr an I ilia Wali' k r-ur-tMliituir the laailing character*. It I* f innJ.-d n tin r< n ill Ore. k raeoliillmi The |> trmlle charaa>r I* Marco HoararU. which ll peta.uiataad with great iti'tic ability, by Mr .1 \V alii k , h? itni^lm with itrepid'ty ?galn*t tba Mo.l.'ui f ire 11 tin i-ffirta r liiw riy he plrdgi-a Alrari*. by a Bob-ma nth whiak i |[ifeii In the narvni of the lleiaria Th- lireekj IrugKlc agalnat number* and aujieri<>r ilUmjtlioe lit* ri ol Marco and am ther young patriot, Al-ila. who lend the eae*p? of I Bong a, are c ip'.urcd The en lira l< ee dltplay* th<* In I iniltahla bra*'-ry aad p r*eaar> nre of Mar. o and hi* loliaeera la the c tine of liberty. I* aohinti H '-ma are woudcrfal. but Hi y ?r att?iii?4 y I lie l<irf> I lure of U< l>t'. ai al u that of la hjr !.i- haii.l. of Alrarie Tiic piece t!ir i lgh.iat la full of iirrlnir incdrnte The Ungua<e I truly pair! .tie, !.< ? ' urty ka rpUndtd and ayaroprlalff, and ihe eaH I rhrractcra r*ci II* tit Mr Al..r*na on till* aa oa very oilier oeraeion of the preeentati >n n| a new irec, ba> dixplayi d eaeclleut managerial ability TlanaKWAi Tiiaarar Tbla tabl ah?M?at It gai'ilng I public faror. ercry .Liy, We am ? ot aurprwed at il? aa l he manager l? In l*'fai cible in hia tlfnt* to run the I,"at i?l?ctl"n of taleut, la ord r to k"?? ace witb the ta>te and refincui-nt of the aca I'kit reding Cbakapeata a tragerfy of "llamlet' will ha fainted. Mr. ISuehanin appca-inff acain a* IIa-nl <t, ia hlcli ne waa *o wi >1 reeclti d on Monday a?ining. bf rrry reapectable hmiaa. Ilyott'a l.v rtca ia a capital lera of acting and t'hapfuan aa tba grar.-J gger baa 0 c.jiial. The amui?'tnei.|a will c. i.clud. wltb tha new irra t-f tba "Threa Cnrkooa " Siai<>'? Umim By raqn* !. ftmughaia' 'teejiaai medy ( K'>ni?nee and Reality'' w;i| h- rcpaatnd liaaimli.g; 1'rougbaia a> Jack (iwiri, i:hip|>eiid?l? 1 A^per Mar.ly. I.jnot aa Oliror Manly, raftoii aa id>i-r. ai d H al< it aa M> re.liih; M.?a nary I'aylar i Ito-hbcl Mra Yrrnoa aa Rirbaea Manl?. an I >lea. r<>i>gbaai aa ItU ' in Tbia ia an srell nt caat, all IC anl-ti. t'eing w. || kli'.wu for tbi ir ?upa.o,- dra iiatto liility lletween Iba tlurd and fourth a t itm iiit-rmlei>n takca pinca. when tlia apl?n lid I*'1 r aui ia tbrowa ?en lor promenade and r< tiaeliini'. th? baud playiuc vcral Uaiitltul p< lkaa aaO u i tonal air*. Hiatoa'a Thi tin Th? l?autifwl e uedy 1 *mn A?anranee ' will ba playai th a ana 'if. witb a i?t which may jaatly <! fy e 'nfi-i' i; Fta"id? aa r llnrrourt ('"iirlley. Rae< a-i e?. client c . n iian aa at llarkaway. Ruru n a? Mark Meddl* Jordon aa aide and Clark a? t'liarlea I'ourtlc) and Joiin?.ia aa oily panket. with Mlaa ( bapm-in ?lri Rn II and i>i IIill fill r.g the other cha.-aciera ll-rr N.>ll will l pear f r Iba la-t I m?, anil e ten at a a raeiaty of U'lcal pleeea on ihe ?| >|in Th" enUrtalnm nt? will iae with lh? l uiletla of Myateri'iua Koocklaga ** hamt'?r aUtet Theatre will be rrar.ni-d tbia eteniag, i an ry dc| ai latent ajuatrrward f.r good inauagecnt HitMti Tn??ta*. The Irami* "ftha "freacb *py" nibercpiated tbla eTn.ing ; Mra. II. I.cwia appeal g in h> r three eelebratal cbaraete r? Th'? pleea wilt aarrardnl by the hnrl'?aijne nf th? l.i li ofiha na " In ahi. h Mr I lull . II.., k l I, ? I . uv r<tian?ill avtaln lho i if of t'lo<| an I Him Ann* iilaa that of I'oTv Anno Tli* aah-la will cmrtmlat th th?-dr ma of Jar* f h r o??d rn-mnrrn* glaaatap-wt for tha> of Mr. 0. W. Taylor, Ik n Uno Mil ? ill l>* pr? ?nti-d l itiutTi'i llpti'i Hum rha pfogramna N thV mng rontaitia an rlagant a.|?., >tori of nagrn f?. Tha la wail diTariflad < ** rhomaaa. IiimhiibpiiIiiI f"l rmtnrM. and ?? . lifilo lUtriin Tlio guitar and violin nolo*. ? ii'tial, * iiat'-m d to with |.W-Mnra, and ara ga?*r?lly W* aid )>y ??f?i piandita. [>i?mpi? .? Ph-rna'a Mlnatri la ar? ra'ni"* ia pnklia ror ThHr r> prearnUtlona of th^ Hia?k flhafcara, itrh drill ?n1 oth. r ?k?t<-ho?, #?? na t? aiolta tha MUal laiifhs r Mrtoi'roa Whlta'aP rrn?'t?r? ar? ?? naiial a login* urn ir to aonga, an I (iiinit th'lr r^h diaplay of fro dan-ing. ['mkiik Mi art aa Hl'h^ugh t?ia lit!t? ?'hi naaa haan haabtrn ililMIrd for DMn tlni" at tfcaCbinaa* K m? *h* rnlinoa *ill to >|raw larga nmaba-ra U p bar Oaai > * llow datyhtftil to alalt thii h?*Uh rin> location no* thai tb? awmwr (.*? fairly ?** The ann.mar fatoa ar again Ml"(aa ful th-> ni?a|? l,odar> l?nd la fharmirag tha danelng aranaing ? r ra>fr*?hfc ?-bU rirrll> ut M ahnra all, th? air to I rioiia and tracing a J tha aiani-ry i? i*i*f ilfloMt. Iai>pag?ti>- nt of I 'd? r la a g . >d hit. U t favrlla in4 w?

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