Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 2, 1850, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 2, 1850 Page 2
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will be presented, and then to attack it with all the power ot his eloquence. Prince Kallimaki, the ambassador of Turkey to Pane ,whb presented, the other day .with the cro?a of ih< legion of honor; and, it was mid, yesterday, thut he was on the eve of leaving Paris, recalled !>y the Sultan, who hud named turn Prince of Samoa. His nlace would be filled by M Mm-surii* the same ;k>iitieiun who h id some trouble with Lord Palmerston's agents in Greece, miiiu- years ago. but (hit very reason renders the probability ot his notionstion to Paris vety uncertuin, nnuif nominated, 1 understand that our tuioistiy will request the Portt t/t Ist'ull Kim The diffirentt, or rather the "quarrels" between France and L< id 1'ulinerston, has ceased to occupy the public am ution, though it is not yet finished The Mftotfet MtVQpipsri have thrown wide tbei musks, and they no more conceal their understand' ing w ith ihe cabinet of St. Juint a. What has lup pencil is nothing hut a uew aspect of the drc .dtu dissensions excited in Fran by the jealous hafre. of i ur political rivals, in order to seize from '>ur go V' mint nt its influence upon the destinies of Kurope I could explain this fact in u long discussion, if in; correspondence wesun article?a leader of tin- II r m!d?ami not a single letter. The Ambassador o Uiitsui. M de ltrunow, has decidedly prote-tci eg. .inst the behaviour of Kngltnd in l>reece, an h.a protestation hue been accepted by Km,or. Nicholas. This is a new complication which wi! perhaps bring also new liglit upon thi question. We shall see. The lamed Ma/zini, the dread of the Herman and Italian (attentates, has uriivi d at leindon. I Understand that, according lo the request of the foreign ministers, this celebrated man will be shi|>p? d in a ste irin-r for the 1'inted States. Very pirh, bly you will si <* hnn tlier before long. The ji uriul l.ii l\ ix dn !'tuple, which had been crushed by the government, re-appeared two <1 lys sgo, rs a .-peeiinen. under the title of l.r Pr iptr li ifeho. The lirsi number is written with a rencwec violence, which proves that the style and pobti cal course of the journal w ill not at '.ill he changec for the luture. 1 he paper's publish* I monthly, til its publishers will find money enough to carry or ?. nulilif'*4tii ii H itlv 'fhe debute* ('I the National Assembly h ive !>'---r *? ry dull fur the last thre" days. TV* most i u fvnai hill lire: enti d to ?!. i home, hi* hwi that o a ploject of law upon tin- theatre*. The Ministe of the Interior projM'bt n, till the law upon the theatres is passed, do drum-tic play slid! he per formed without the nuthori-.y of 'he Minister o the Interior in Paris, und the prefect* in the d-Durtntent*?2d. Commissioner* und inspector* wil tie appointed to !i i e these thing* att<lil--d to?"J A credit rf 12,( 00 francs will I u-inuilly allowed on the article of the suhv i, i.- for tli t'-i'ompltshnieot of tin* ptir|>oee. Th* Minister of th-- Interiot demanded the urgency of the project, w hich w.u immediately delivered into the hands of ,t coat in>s ion. The new * front Belgium announces that the election for hfty-four member* of the house (nearly thhalf of it,) hus taken place, und the conservative Mrfty lave been tTtunphant. The debates of tic A Me in hly in Belgium, are fortunately taking p1 ict between two madt rate parties, for tie- rc*l> socialist* forin in Belgium hut a very small portion, winch i.daily diminishing. In Italy, the most import tit fact is the discovery oft* plot formed to -tab the Pope. It uptan re i hat Pius IX. received an anonymous l-t'er, I ? whli h he Was r? <|Uested riot to go out with th' prcewioti ef lai Ft let dt I>ic it, for he would bnwarsinuted. The Pop*- did not tak-- rnueh interest in this warning, and would have proceeded, if le had not la-en prevented doi i g *o b>y a hfivy rain whielt fell during the whol day. In the afternoon u man wm arrested, who h id wi?>n his p rsoa two oistols, loaded with bullet**, cud a large dagger ? Ilia apuearance and description were exact to th it given hy the anonymous 1 iter writer No othet interesting fact is mentioned in Rome, but thit th? bank bill* of the Republic ure replaced hy new bill*. lu Switzerland, the liberal party has cort-pi-red thetadual party. The newly constituted government at Berne is decidedly mod-rat-.-, and it will ex*r< t-r a s-ilut-.ry influence upon that country, which hs* also been so much weakened bv the l?arties. Switzerland re-enter* now in the Hluro[>eiin movement, and no doubt these neve step* will be lock* d upon with much favor by the oth- r c ?m r's of th*- contmet. In Germany, the secrets of the convention of Warsaw have been unveil *d. Th* Russian cabinet and that of Germany, l.uve r*-rol*n-d to follow the execution of the tre-rie* of l:**l t and il lative to Germany. A* this is also the policy -I Austria, the Prince < f Sw it* til*erg inet with the nioit kind reception fr > :t tin- C' ir. K-nperor Nicholas positively declared that he would consider a* hi* enemy, any one who would break these treaties He also succeeded in forcing the Prioce of 1'rursia to umhretand that hi* country ouph! to keep jeace with Austria. Never will Austria consent to a German Parliament; anil very shorlll will be Htinthil It'-d, is well as in Prussia, th*- fr?? d m of the preM, whi -h h is never hei-n put ioto ex< cution on account of the state of siege. I feel (lersnaded by ell I *e* and all I hear, that Piusmu is ptogri --inj <i. h-r armenenfs with a an gle aim to overturn tin- constitution hy a m ?fu jn /Tit. uriil to rc-f-xtaM -h ?he trcrmanw* 1 ?n-t with xinw incditi.-.U'ii- Tmir will j>rovr if lain riplit in my ma*lirt tie voir. Thr conspiracy the life of the MtY<*ri?ign? of G rmxny iw ? m? to h?- a well ihH^MoihI f.ict. Another ini:r?l?-r<*r 1 > ?.<< U< 11 uito cnUxly in U ino*?-r, r.d li** hns c< uf- r>j <! thit h>* wm* f.-tit ftcni IMM l>) Ik* ?l bof (1m MchllM. He hail through Cch si. , ?n<l ha<l ha-f an intrrt:?-* with thf mo?t l<"?'l*r< of th** p?ry. The man ili.l not acknow!< whom he ha I the Btimioii to blab. Nothing ;mrticular in t!.rt jx'nin 'uH, hut in P<>rtngal ann Oporto, wh'-rr a gr-ut (icitrmmt b?l t .krn |>lt c?* on the f>:h ii>?t , on account of th?* drctff, publivhrd relative to the rxpor'ation of wnrn to America w.tliout luiviuz deposited tJit* guarantee. Thi? ilfcw, wh oh was a t-ori of i it? r.lirtion, creatnl m<>< h aenntinn amontj the hit? l> MM limlel* of the nly. I Hit?li I I.H.I time to I' ll yo't how the j>r?v j of r?rih lik* fink' ii ofthe "'X|> <li;ion of .i^.iiunt Cuba. I will only t?-|l ><>n tint fh.'v li?vr generally Mmiiii-H il r fonrn merit of rhr llnitnl Mtnt#-?, for nig l?r?*B -o blind an to allow th^^e ImrranerrH to tnii ili< iJi*4'ltc? m tlf A in'-ricau ti'i ritory Adieu, Ii II. R. IOUTH'AL CuaACxrONUCNCX. 1'ari*, June 13. KiO. 7tt 7)rrr m of Rnnc* f<ir f. nf? .V * ? Tht Mat <ral Aatr? 7V fkpiHaliuH Aiir-7V (rrtrwM (/h/i/iim?7V Ptrttrtif? of "*- Mrmey 3/iir/lrf/ ? Thirrt ? /' iinrt atvl Kfl/pt. The debhlet- cl tin- National Ae^mblv h.ive ln*rn ?ery dull duritif the |-??i wok. Tht ouljr to, ?< ? of f>oi??er?ation ik the project ??f law of the three million* of franc*, prrpmud by Mr FoulJ, ftr llw ?-jpenn*?of the Prtiidtocy. Tli it ull-iir II I* titki*o, all at once, a kird of (irate a?pect, by the threateninn declaration "I the l.lyn ,<a jouni?l? Tht'niii{* n?? utation of taUry i? not | rcci?#ljr dcm in I* <1. but it m eiactrd by tin- p*rtii>%(.n of the Prctnl nt, who fit it forward a* a qii^'u-n n?r q>n ?>*, lor Loitii Napoleon'* ?t?y i?t th- head of our government. I^i me tell you that tin* drm.ind i<? altorether unF? l*il?r, and that it h.m been presented .it a very in< pporlune moment. Aft?*r the i>r?'inulc iium of ucfc a law an that on the election*, which h-ol Iwen forced in the National A?*fmbly, and toted only hecauae the chirf of the povf*rnin*ot wrt* wvlly eipoaed to miti ami trimtn, it liin t*-fn considered as vomething unumi ,| *nd injurious, to n*k boldly auch a lar^e ainouut of fund# A fraction of the mmorily hu> pro|>o?p<i not to allow th'- whole mount demanded by the ri'cntive power. but to pay all the drbu which h .v U rn, till now, contracted by th?' President; but thia ha? hrn retected with much contempt, for it would lend to the a-ipportion that the l*r> ?i,b a y wag in the h tnd* of the rwwnbrckera >rith?-U *, U i* iinutitlui wneuier lli? l?w will be accepted ?nd admitted bv ib<* National A * mblv or not. Tlir*e million* of fr?nc? nr? certunly n lar^e amonnt for n "ingle m*n It would be too m?cn for ?h?* I'mtwl Rtntci, where Zachary Taylar ia not obliged to m?ke nuny penar*. to h"tp muiy people cwimni' lo a*k f>H alma, either iticnllfv* or |?rM.nally; to give r?c^fiinDii, Tlifw tlii.ig* are not rli-rm'il aecea*ary f?r 'hr Amerioin l'rr*id?-nt, while th?*y tp indi*i*n*nble for the Krench ch?*f m*m*trate Any one who h-?a thr lenat *tudie<1 nut minner*, know* very Well that l,oui* Napoleon could not live in a " Wlntr Hoo*e " at the t'hampr Klvtm, receiving the ambnanador* of the foreirn nation* in small p trior, tiding in a barrmrkf, and giving only dinner* to hia intimate friend* and relation* The tore the mountain now groan* *l>out the d>Mi*nd of theae three million*, th*- more the people would throw a contemptiiou* "tni'e upon our President if V' waa living in aurh a eimple and retired life, i think, democratically apeakinp, that *urh a *umptnoua *tyle ia not that of a true republican Irate; but tt ia " French " by all mean*, and thi* ia a enflicient *nawer to antr reproach I r*t?at it, it ia doubtful a* yet, if the law will p?aa the National Aaaetiibly. but it ought not to be reieefel, frr then it would bean inanlt lo I rM?e. in the i?raon # Ue repreaentative A very p^naiit jro H> m<* ha* bean mad*- by Mr. l*P<n. the Ap^nker of ih? Houae, rr latin* to thi* new law. " Why do yon complain," aaid ha to a leader of the mountain, about th? " *npprea?i >n we hnee Jiiat made af l.OOP.lKWi of elertom, mmr* we now propone to repiaoe itwra hy 9.000.0W *4 hmmm f Indeed yon nre not renaonahia " Tkt ?tm*f whKh the i'r?Mdeni present* it-cr^flKaaaMqw ! eviry year to the National Assembly, is ready, but 1 it hat uot he?n yet read, on account of unforeseen circc rrttancre. Every thine leads iim to helirve ] that he Mill he tent to the House, alter the law of the thru millions, it ihete it no change of cabinet. J The < Irclt tal law will soon hi' j>ut into activity, .nil lie 3/n it'it > of all tht m aids, court ties, villages aril hi nileta of Fiance are besiigi d I y those who nine upto produce their tithe as eh Cora Hat a v? ly (.i.rit i p illl.iuly k ? uie id arise fioin the i iw null". It api-ears that the general imprewion id that i the electoral law i> i ti,\ i tintit r to ihr rtclmisof numbtrt <j the A'ulunul Atumbly, and nol to ihe * hrikt hifirf'?y. I?i. - N?poltm? it kjv i ' peer*. it under that tiupi---ii n; f? i be rjpr>ftfd r bin H ll i.i that buii m r t o Mr. R OM *<f the 11 i iiil t I* i ! ihi N.1 in in ! A i II.I I> , * tin had come r to -i i ) m hi oidtr tu i i:gi }.' I?iii? lo lioiice the law L? f4>l?* ll WLB lUrsld. " 1 CU Wffl tlfCtfd by fix ii illionn of Fren 1 imn, ?nthel(ithof lVcetnI I. r. do nut deprive 'h?m of their ri^hu." I * Well," iifU< r< d 1.1 ii- IS'apoh i n. "tin? luw is mis firihi < Ii i ii< ii of < ui (ln>iitiff,i.nH not for <f ill' 1 ' dent j the rtfote, tinfix miliums of f ii n will <i joy 4JIt ihe ?aine ri{.Ltr, when :!iey think '<> i 'fi t nit for the tecond i me." How U it t th t li e ' ! 1 oral law has been parsed ia t-uch a I iliiiuj iliat the chief executive pi.wer in ulile ' )i' nil l.e Mich u political blunder 1 The f^irit el the w is to ci'iifiutd, tl ut it Iihk not be* ii understood I ly Mm. 'I litis, ihere is undoubtedly u new paragr <j It to I e added to the lew. The deportation lnw ha-1 .Tn alro voted without i n gli nt i m.te.-t, bj a iiMji>rilv of !:20 ag.iiust 813; | < lid tlii' Mai(|Ue . I?i. i ds ii.i.e I . . ii decidedly fi l< cti'd Us the place whuc the pohlic?l exilen w ill I e Iruliti oiled. 'I lie law iij_r.. nisi ihc clubs Im? alto been veted by u majority of ngunM '"I. i The credit f? r the nchievemrnt of tlie tomb of Napolcin .1 the Invnlides w is voted t hi- niornirit by a large rnajr.iity, whilst tl?e project of law 1 for t? ?'< i pmse to be given to those who have been wounded during the revolution of l*d'\ and the I i i< ti of JUV| Will rrji < ted ?:cut of MUM. Who I ' w ill now ting, ts at that time, Mt.itrtr In l ! f.nlrie ? The Fnglish question is apparently settled. Aft er many bit er words utn t? d, e ither by France aguim-t Urt it Kri'.in, or by the lit! -r against the I" ernier, everything scent* now to he quiet, though r our it, aisu r has not yet returned to London I."id Nuirnunby 1 ? decidedly left Paris. lie called on Lotus Ni,jfU<n on Ticsd-y ?>f*'rr,oon lust, and t" took a ft it (idly leave of him I t..!<l you that he gees to Lendon en private b>?i?iii#-??, ttnd the fact I is entirely confirmed. Very !ik? ly the met ge of h> Prtiident will give us the interpretation of that I ( riddle. As- for the (mei'tc, f think it crushed down, at ! least for some time. 1 told yon in my preceding < letters whit pertuibation would come if the hoeialikts had ? ngaged in th< fight; I am able to-day to give sou the p-u tieuiars'ot the strategic combination hy which (ienetal ('ltangnrnier would have obtained a success over them. As soon as a revolutionary explosion had taken place, the three great arteries of Paris would have been occupied by troops, for it is impossible to barricade them; ? iitul these [a rts of Far.- are the1 Boulevards, either i i I the inside er the c utside of I'aris, and '!? lines <>1 fortification, the shores ofth" s^ine. The Tuili leries, the Hotel de Ville, and the Prefecture of Police, which are order the comniind of the principal fcrts of Paris, would have also bet n protecti tl by the troops, and such a plan ought to dirnii i.-h the merit of the m ignuuimity attributed to tlie t -i ci; lists, who have been boasting ab"tu their not lagging the tight, for they only wished to be proi tec led i?y the law. i <\ \<r, severe nruma.uceannul me sirangT? now i in l'aris, h. - bet n promulgated fur th" three days. All those wltose presence would he of tucli a uiiture as to put in danger the public aaf-ty, will be expelled from the country. M ny people have i left the city, without having been fore d to doit. The political i < itmn of France has much influence upon the tnonc) market of the The last r-port of Mr. d'Argout, announced that bills of exchange have be?n returned t?? the amount of 7,000,000 nan, nnd are new only at '(*? francs. This j.< the lowest amount ever seen since the r< volution of February, W. Th*- circulation (.1 rpecie hue diminished to three millions, and the d'"oeits to seven millions. This kind of deprest i. i much influence on the market, and shackles every bnuH h of trade. ? ; Tf r ft on Monday evening last, nccotnp.-inicd b) M Mignef, for St. f/eonard, to meet there the ex-Ling, I.ouis I'hilippe, whose health is xaid to be very low. The aim of M. Thiers'jourtn y is to tc-otg.inize the party of the < >rle,mists, which is s>.nl t?i tie destroyed by the political will of Ltuis Philippe lie certainly will try all in his i j i \m r to |f v tit thi- document' being made pub- I lie after the death of its author. Am 'her difficulty has taken place bc'ween ' France ted Tigypt. It appears that the Risltaw does not like foreigners, and especially the French people. II ' showed, Mune time ago, so much dutcouitcsy in a private affair presented to him l>y our Co. >ul ticrrr .!, M Femrtn, that tins gentleman thi tight proja r to slop any iuterconrse with him. What our government will Ho towards Abba Hasliaw, I will let you know soon. In Africa, our pot-s seions in Algiers are also threaten* <1 by another war. The King of Morocco, i it appears, lias sent en army, comtn indedby two gciitials, which is advancing towards our frontier, i Well! they will receive another "licking,* siminr to that given to them at l.?ly and Fa Nnal.i, hy I I Jen# ral III gesitd. The l'noee Maurice, of Holland, seven> oM, d.ed on the ftth in't., 11 the Hague, and his loss w. dteply f. It, both by his parents, of whotn he was the idol, end by the jeojile, who shared the gi if fs or their kiupnod qu'i n The news from Italy is still dull. Nothing p*r? in i r. ? ken piece m i. cme, verpi me attempt tu blow up tl..- utorca of two l.o. krcllera, who wvre vfading p/tni hleta written again* th" demagog u* of Italy 'fiKM gentle >i? n receiv. I but Might wound*, and e*c?i*<I i * i fbjr a miracle. 'I l>? <?r. ri?l I'' k< of Thu'hiiv ha* the intention of r< tiring fr? ni |??<f>lic nH.iim, and to leave hw govrnriii ni hi tli. hand* of hi* ?on, fourteen yen re old. I hie decision it let pold ?>f T i;*enny, i- con-id' " < .1 lo re \cry nelotii-hiiiir, for !) h oiw 'y? h.-rn !>. I. VI il hy ho niihjeet ; mill you mil' inlier that when he Ih 'I to t h ? 11 , lo avoid th?' rioter* who tried to r. \ ol litii i i In- i'iktnunori". he w- * immediately fee. lied liy 111 r.ltliflll Hilijcflw. The Ihlke of To*cany will retire on the propcitieH whiih he |**rri?r? in Bohefftie. Thf I' ir? i f < h-itn ny are . r:ft in *tutu and i ' m v < f ntk ii it. m kaa n iMniih either by mw.j* , > i* or by private corre*oondcnrr. The t V i ig l *a of W?r*nW l* linilhed, noil the ('/air left lie < itt ? ii i he P,h iiiat., ret timing t > St. IN"! *r burgh. We hute not y. : received particular d tail* upon the cooler) no* ol Warwiw: but it I* n|. ready certain that th< Knip-ror Nichola* declared that he could net de>;id- the qiK/tiou ix-ndim.' he* tw < i n rru**'ii and A' tii . Imt that he would try all in hie power to prey t 'he war between tho e two (a w.i>; that h#> w. ut.| lake the pirt of the |owci wh" -liould !* 'h< U?t to break th-pence wnh the ?iher. A* for the arrangement* tik?n agnin-r the intiii'-ii ii of tb' ?* i ili t power in Oerin ny. roth'op ha- been )et diei overed ?>f tie in in llo i? li'ir 'I ettclea. The Kiiijj of Prti'.-ia ia decidedly cur *d of the w ei i d wloeh he r-'O" ived ftom S. t1->pe. Kvcrytlii'.( h id n? w to the N-lie ft hit the murderer ia the ng' lit of that ciety of in. n w ho made a plot m.d I n noted ?>f tin ncy tv the?e who would kill llo in tenlNlea of Kuro|ie. The afl.iir- of the I an hi'* i* not yet nettled, an J the pte nipoti nt?rica of tlir t'M|teH of Frankfort are 'till (li*en"-inp tin qiietiiou with much nbwun. ey. Adieu. H. It. It. I'J* ?Tin AiiIumm/i ncetirej of "high trea?on,'' for an article puMt**hed n month ago again*! tli" I're-I.letlt, W.t* II ted te-dav and acquitted Hr. I mile ih- (iirardin has Ia*t, obtained the neat el th*1 National A?*eml?ly which he h.i? been I', king for "O long a tune. The renulta of th flection of the lhi? Ithin, jual arrived in Parin, are folk >w ? I iinl? ?! ' i iirnruin, At,MiO volea; Mnll<r, (Rmlmti'.j 22,UUI vote*. Thu* the imlili-h T of tli<- journal Im t'rftw i? rlrrlrj. We >hull t>? < what hie will ?l?>? a Crrmit *>n << naail I'aitimia rut hut-hut or rati*. I'aik, June 1.1, Kift rUu'vrt CriUn( St latitat, a Riiihcaii Ft.'t? brnrt/ tu n n/ th* H>mt?A Ctlrtluil I'htnattu?Ia4o Ah nlit and htr Cimftniti m??Afetc? adamiting thr /?< */<-card*? Thr Sfoml I'rr*<iitin Ham?The Thrairu - Optra? Alb rat? Jm hmdr?Tht Trmpert?Rarhil?Hnmh't /'(IHO mm a of thr Mmittifr i? lf<i?w?r<f? X. to rUtyt? Ral'*t fiw ihr t'ai/ed Statu, 4 fThe lie at in intense, political question* are tnirnine. and mmrhntrnrt about everything, e*eept pl-aenre, aeemi to have invaded our population It ?r, indeed, a very i uriour aijjht for an ohaerver to virit, on any Thuraday or Sunday, the place* of tniUM-no nt out of Pane?an the Hunelajrh, Chateau | d'Amierce, Karnhouilh't, St. Cloud, VermiUep, Ac ?and to aee bow int.ny people arc giting a prompt an?wer to the call of folly which entire* them out of Turin. Who would rappoae that wa f are on the brink of an ahyea, when we aee the crowd thrnnfnne theea palarep, and forpettinir, at the nurd* of delitioue ar.d bewitching mneic. the urate political ?pieerlon of the moment ? We, T'renrlmen. hate ?ueh a frivolnna character that 1 we never thtirV e?f the morrow when the present oflrre to ua the leaM motive of attraction and forgetfulrerr. The IVudent, I.onie Napoleon, left Parle on Sunday laet, at nine o'clock, for the journey I mentioned in my laM letter lie went to the city of St. ynenfin, to wttnee* the inauguration of the rmlway eitandipg from that city to Par* I bad J received as mviiatioo ic he jf?ie?i ! ceremw- j ' . ?* ?"- - >1 -Z J ny, and I lift r.;tis in iht* tame Irani, where I met N.< n-rs Kothnbild, I >?-!? boijue, Linilr Pereire, HotI i i-pi nr. Italics, and several ether ahareht Iders *f ili< sorthein railway. We ariived atSl. Qiieuliu at ali'Ut < ne oVIim k, and there the cereuiuuy of the i?ce [ lieu tcck |)luce. The aen inbly w as, indeed, vei) ruinoicLt-. and the as|M-ct of the tout emsrtnblr rut guiticeut. 1 tie authorities of the city had made ihe 11*4)1-1 nuiirit i piej urutiun* for the ceremony, w hi< h was in a w i) iniyi king style. The " blenairg" of ifie lails ui.d loci motives was made by the lSithop de Uursigiiit a, aid immediately uftei it tlie l'n aid'ni mounted on horn-back, and went to a rt-titw of'the nix |* and National tiaards. There Il< id, fiii ihe f-ret nine, the most deafening cries if " Vive Nejo!t<?nV" " Vive lc President!" aiuidat wry few ctits of "Vive la iteputiiujuc!" which wtie uttered by the lower class ot the Fiini tin ore we proceeded to the Ab 1.1 J .1 ..i.nj.if, name I. r J,..U ir\umoI the |<iixtticts ot industry in ihe Di'partii.?*nicf l.a Soinie, among which wftH several il is gs wci'liy ot \> >> gieutattention. At 6 o'clock ?i' i i!i d ti> the 11?? litre, when* the dinner had I c( ii ; m |:;(d, iiiid w hu ll offered the most peculiar aid Lnlliurit i>ui> d'ail I have Fern Hiice triy return I'jum the li.ittil M il s. The l-oxt s were all with pretty ladie*, and the niott enthusiastic npplnu: e welcomed each cpeech which was utreif d, eitb? i' by the President or by his guests. 1'y the side nf huuit -V pwleon 1 remarked the M jor of St. Quentin, the Pi.-hop of Koissons, M Hull 1I.'-, Mn.ntrr (.? ihe Interior, General d'HautI(>ul, lltuuii Hothschild, Messrs. Kouher, Liihitte, i.i,d l.uciiu Miuut. The Ii?n>{?iet wan served iip-m u ii tablt s, covertd v. ii h tli' best delicacies of Ho* f'-atcn. At nine o'clock wo proceeded to th * hull which whs ottered to the President by the cotnmojce of St Quentin, and which w^s a very bnlIi i t af?.ir. The President danced with u very pretty >< i t)l' lady, who \wih calNd the " Pearl of M. Qtubtin," aiiti whose lace is one of the most b< autilul i ever saw. Louis Napoleon retired at a! < t one o'clock, and the purty only ended at halfI .it 'liree in the moriiirg, at the lirst appearance of tl.e dawn. 'J i.c President, on Monday morning, left St. Quf, atid arrived in Paris, at the i e National, by half-past e:iilit o'clock, after liavt ^ : teppe d at sewial citi?u here he w.ia uddreas< <1 I y the 11 n i? i n councils and authorities. J ii thori, tlie v it-ir ot the President to St. Quentin was a very agreeable ! tinir. not only for himself, I lit also to Ins quests : f-nd 1 felt much pleasure iti l.av;pp lii'd tl.e opportunity of accompanying him in ths.t delightful journey. V( left 1': lis with a brillirnt sun?we returned l;ere iu v 'toiin. It was accompanied by a vrv < hi n ils sight, which has l<tnth< niat.erof much gottip an:eag the baVi-nts of our Academy of S'jit r.c< s. Jt cc: fchted in a very brilli in' light?a curt i f A i: rot a 1 ore a I is, w hich ap| eared in the sk> in * northwrH direction. This aerial or rather celestial I r*idi;'y lasted about ten minutes, and produced a gteat i-eiisation in our city. A sort of earth.[uake w<'R felt all over Pat is an 1 its neighborhood, and j>u cn;ci (i ^irtu ivc.r huiuxi^ uur jui|>uiduuu. Lola Motltes, the faflied woman, the lioness of the town, ? *> piesent at the certinouy of St. Quentin. Iler splendid carriage, her rich livery, her ustonu-hir.g were the joint (ft mire i l all l eholdeie. It was said, among certain people, tl at llii.i udvtntuicr wal ttying to attract the atlenti< u el Louie Napoleon, in eider to jday with him tin k me ttieke that she enjoyeil w ith the old King c I Jlavuia. Nevertheless, the will have much to do, in older to succeed; for there is iUrt |[ ( t,f L'e Itunore, v ho holds the sceptre, and who will not give it tt|i without a great eoniert. Aprot>os of Lola Monies: A bookseller has published un advettisi merit, by which he announces tic very unnitdii te publication of" her," together with those of Madame George fund. These avwwuU w ill be w litlt ti .ti the style of th >se t.f .lean Jtuple's He list ; and the lives of these two luToines, rebtted in all their details, their adventures of every hind, their hud or pood actions, their thoughts unveiled without disguise, will have a piquancy w hu h will tnulie the booh as interesting as u will be j n fitnhle. How many sins w ill be confe-sed in these two took.-, it tic yarn wririt n conscientiously! Will Mme. George Sand and 1-ola Montes be ci uregtccs enough to i.i ci mpl'rh their task, without distorting the holiness ol truth I If so, the bocks will soon be popular ull over (he world. The Loulevards have Let u, f( r tin last six days, in tbe awful state A- I told you in my Urt lettei, th? Minister of Public Works h is ordered the whole l? ngtli of taeirt to I- tix> tl u In Mr Adam. Tin rehire, all the suuure stones have la-en tahtn way, and tliey hu\e be? 11 icph.ced with sand and bitumen. The storekeepers of the two sides of the | iioutevarua are complaining ot thai unne easary repair, wfcteh wu n < t at ilTctlkd Ibc, u4 tkt hi* rs and j<r?ni^nmlfrs are not more m'i?-fi*-d ' limn the hot ttfuicri. With the heat, thedu>t in ! inni| portable, and with tli<* ruin, th'- mud is int-ur* >ni>uuulilr?two evils which are ceitiinly gr?'at en< gh to be pM ia cui^ariaon wilh the aangen < f the barricade?. Nev? r'helew, the M in inter of Public W?-tk* will" (Toahead," and the Iltxtiintazr, :>? this rirw procedure is called, will invi de the Dcultvardr, trie t/uatt cf the i*tin?-, und all the I ablic thoroughfares. The trcond rues of Versaillea, though not f.ivcrcd with the pretence ofth IV'sitient, were very I'l illiant. 1 he cu wd wu luiim use, the equi^Kigi ? till< i! * .'li many ' portam? n mid |>r? try ladicn, and the hotre? l? haved m the moat Hrpunt manner. I i.t to St. Ciitentip, unit, thflffrtf, wis un.tblc to n e lhi m; Li.t, t > my family ate living m-ar tlie rate cctirhe, 1 hail a very accurate r^jort of the u hole allair. The |ir? nuurii of the Admiuirtratioa of thi- Stidt (l,UO fruri), ?;i? won by Want, a ni' L'iiificeiit hay horse, belonging to Mr. l.aUche di r. v The pre mi u in of the city of Venaiflga, (1,000 fracci), In 7tncii?fn??',a l>eautifulpray mare, the | ti jerty ui Sir. Fuqurl. The |>remiuiii of the t-ccivty ef the Kucf-s, by Cloture, belonging to Mr. Ai Hit lit. Illusion, the in ' admirable animal ever torn, v< n for l.? rmai-t< r, Mr Curt<-r, the premium cf the J'reMd? nt?a set of tea in gilt nlver (en vtrmnl ) The race of the fence*, run by four centlelutn rider*. waa won, after many incident*, hv (.'? lihii, lielonging to Mr. I^ayer. The steeple cliaae of the ?fficets i f cavalry of Vet?aille?, was ul.-o mtj Iit it I Hi'd elicited much applause. \\ hilr till pr HtnVkriurnlr arc taking |>lucr out iif Paris, tin' theatres me very dull. Many of the in have p'l'iectid the government to authorize th< in to thut tht ir doors dining the summer ean n, ami it i- not yet known il tin* will he granted. The public l?a lie, the purl if- in the field*, ure very injurious to the theatres, and piincipally dining the Sunday evenings, their IU-lile Is the Very image of tfe ihrftt. 1 tie Th-Ure de la I'orte St. Martin i* ili'ftj, as well as the ( deon, and the National Theatre of the Cirque Oliinpiqur. Very likely, the 1 In n!r< lli'torieue, and the Ainbigu, will follow the . nic rnur ? fa fore It tig. 1 lie Theatre do It Nation, the Opera, in always filled ky Alhoni, M'nie laihorde, and Fanny t>riio. Alboii.evtry time she appears in "The l'rephet," gather* aiound her a crow <1 of adinrers, and the |. r> ipt* ep mint to fropi 10,0C0 to 12,000 ftnncs.? M'nu Lalioide, who was taken en k a week ago, her rtior,d aHiearapoe in the " liosrugnnl," on Monday laH, Mini was re-rived with ibe most enthusiastic applause. She will --non make another titkut in the "BaiHer d- Seville," and also in the "Itenion de la nuit." Cerito and h-r hnahind, St l-eoti, ?re always the chief dancer* of the n tin Hire ol Monsieur lloqueplan, the most nkilful mi neper of I'ari*. The oper* of f*cribe and llalevy, " The Ternpett," w hich obtained such sueo< re, tn Saturday last, in London, w ill ?l*i be produce d in t'arie in a v>,y tlsurl tone. At the Theatre F.ary ns, the new cnm dy, in one art, nnd in ihyme, of Mr. Viennet, " ha Migraine," war peiforni* d on Friday last, and met with the usual suit* s* Which has always a-comauiied the plays of that learned aehdiir.ecian. Vldlle. i ll.ithrl is still the "Mar" of th..t theatre, the best i of Parts. II-r j?er?enatu n of I.a Ti?b?.in the drama j of \ ii tor Huge?" Angelo,"?is the mt //us ultra of ' pathos and holiiopic science. C*he is on the eve of | taking her rwig#, i.nd she will go, I understand. 1 to linden, where rhe it engaged by Mitchell. I raw her last night ; the Tic aire llistoricjue. where she olayed \ irp;iin. for the lienrfit of Mrs. Person, the hcailtlllil Slid l denied artresa, and she met with the most enthusiastic reception The (>peni I'oniique, not yet satisfied with the ,iii'rr,a of I .e Soiiire ,1'illir nuit ilT.te " " I mh l'or. rheron*," '* l<e Vai^'AnHonr," and other cnna, ir preinringrrveraltiovrltie*. which willeoon F* produced by it* abb niHtugT, Mr IVrrin " Angt him. ' by AiUni. will I* Ih< tirat A' tne I eiidcvilfe thr |?iiorHtnn of the American Mikltr, John J-unih,?"thr Mi**i*ai|<pi Kivcr, or lf.00 lenguee hi two hour*,"- hut- attracted crowd* for tin lart hi !?i)?, unit will continue popular for a long time. Thr whole |>r?-ww of Pan*, without ant ?<' t Hon, haw tx-en io favor of tin* remarkable work of an American artiat, ami. at the end of thr play, afli r thr lirM performance, h* wan called before the curtain, and rrenvrd with the moat deafening applaiiec l'anvatd ta atill here, making^* very *Uly op\>oaition to .vmilh, and doing a very email hunineea. I raw bitu two day# ago, and gave him the advice to levve for the province*, where he would Ho a better huainera then in I'aria: hut he haa not liateard to thia kind advice, ami very likely be will be the cofferer by hia ol>etinacy. iWr-ide* all thia, kia picture ia far inferior to that of Smiih'a, and he cannot enter into competition with hie rival. At the Yaiiriee, a arriee of tnhlmvs nraiu, 1 railed /.'? f)iru*itr$ ..fei irnwe*. will he all the go for the eun.rtief aeaaou. Tlieee "living aUtuc*'' ' ate Iteantifnl, taatefully arraipnl. and, no doubt, ' they will lCove very productive to Mr Thit>edeni?. At the <?ymnaae the olay entitled the " Prawan de Tout*," written for tne debut of the eon of the famed comic actor I'otier, met, on TtiecHay laat. w ith muc h rucreaa The Aml igu-f'oiniip-e givea, thia evening, ike firat performance of a drama, called " l<e Rol He Rome," which ? a*id to be very magnificent. I ! will report it for you /' the Theatre of la l-oiite the pin* railed ,'( hodrur Ihicloa." being the htatory of the hfe rf he cel> hrateH individual who wa? ihe Wonder of |he guilt fir* pf thr l'nlnv hoy a), during thr eyvrb | a -W i. 6YMM *????Wfl'IIVUiJr'ia < J1M of tb? Restoration, and sauce 1KJ0 ull 1845, when be died, u> m rehearsal, and will b? produced iu a short time. The liyppodroine was tilled during all last week, as well us the circus of the Champs Klysees. '1 he foreigners who are in Pari* are the l>est cu?tcnirr*

of then* two ulaces of amusement, an well hh of the Jatdms " Mabtlle," Chateau de? Fleurs, Chateau Kouee, Kanensgh and others. of liulU. The Jardin d'lliver announces, a tall for th>* 22d, and ull the preparat.ens It ad me to believe that it will be a magnitiM'l.t litluir ( )f riiuriu* vnil U ill h^V? u r??ik^?rt it I I have heard of the foimatioo of a very talented c? m; any i f dancers and pautomimifcts enlisting, or rather entitled, lor a journey through the United Sti.teo. Mr. Kobert Kemp, well known in New Ycik, where he lirH accompanied Mademoiselle Warily, has engaged a troup of comic dancers, lit (I artists of all .-t.r.'s, to \iait the principal cities of the Uniun. Nothing m>4 astonishing as those artel's has >trt appeared on the hoards of yoar country. Among the principal artists I will name the wonderful Spino?a, of the Porte St. Mirtin, i.nd the comic dHncer and pantomimic, LV bureau. A machinist of the liret order will accompany the tioupe, and th?y w ill produce all the wonders of the " Sent Chateaux du Liable," ' Le Pied de Mouson, " Le Mirliton Enchant," etc. This druniatic comp ny will arrive in New York in the I<gi[iuing (f September next. No doubt either Misers. Niblo or Mart-hull will secure them at once, and make much money with them. Mr. Well?, of the fitm of Livingston <-V Wells, of Wall stieet, in New Yoik, anil the Place de la Bourse, in Paris, w ill sail for the United States, with his lady and daughter, by the American steamer Washington. Annexed is a list of Americans recently arrived ill Palis : ? kr. Beret, lady and children, I>. Murray, fr?m New York. lrcn> Kim Turk. J. Uurii*t?-ad llfttou. Hr. 1 Mipd' i; ai4 l?*Jy? from John T. Surpeaat do New York. Hum K.Sattyr de E. J'nluincr. from New York. !i. A Tait>b;<ru. Philadelphia. H . Gtraut and ron do do 4 W . (hurctinmn do N.tahmar to do Addiuel iiewiun, WD do J | * <1 U. W NrWUlJ do Am. II. Oliver do <J? s Wittetcav ProrldiaM. II. Foilenii do do l*aao I'roiMt do K E. Yt tllirp'.C'B do do K?.-v l?r krtnojj aad laly, Aii. It ay do do baav. JutDtb Wetir.ore do ?!o J. F k? Vert#, AlaVima. < E. PrtfHT do d j b. A W illouRhby, Brooklyn. Vi ?s. ii.ere du uo lir.ti M. Graham, N. Orlt-anf. Ji'lm ft I'un a do do J< * n I'rentiM.NewIf Auipehiro. U . II. Tov.Lbtnd do do J.I! rtimerllall,Co>eiitry,K.I. v. . K.tocl Co do liy ? Ulnrk" <j? do M . 1'tie do do bamucl (?. ltailcyhover, N'.O. G. V'.i'rfclt do do M.J., do 1). W. Muthiew arid lady do J. K. Port ridge, Cilthnw. Chas. AIbcrvithv do do W. T. Williams do kir wrd S.tfi 1> n. mi \ tics do F P naldaon. do II. h. Mill* do do 8. II. Parsons, Connection*. W. S. Crsft do do J. Molls, Jr. Mobile. Alnbama. W. il. fcc-il'-cg do do Jot. Moon*, 5St. Louis. J. K. li. Noting do d" O. MuUalfc Mississippi. IlifmasG. 8u.irn do do J <' CuUibirt t* and ton, IlU. VI alter Fuller do do W. M. Csrry, rineiiuti. P Lorrilard Kt-nilds do 8 W. Hoott, Kentucky. Gioige O. iiurtiu^s do do G. h. Vance, Louismua. Paris, June (>, 1650. Thr fVtathcr?Prtfidmt's Sairtis?Theatricals? Jtt.ny J.triJ?Ald-il-h'adtr, $ <4*c , The warm weather has arrived, and, at the very moment of onr writing, the heat is really terrible, livery thing leads me to believe that we shall have a very hot -euson; thus we have not lost anything by waiting awhile. The winter has been very cold, the summer will lie very warm. The J're ident of France closed the series of his m irtoa on Thurtday, 80th ult , by a large ball, at which 1 was present, and where 1 met many Americans At nine o'clock, Mr. fcvindford, the iittd'ht <rApibd(uidf of cur nmiable minister, Mr. Kites, was in the saloon of Louis llonanarte, and ' iniroduced to him all his countrymen who desired to be . ccjuaiuled with the President. Dr. Valentine Moll and his two daughters, Miss Olivia and Mis. Hell, Mr. and Mrs. ilree/.e, were present, and graced tie- ball by their tine appearance. I may siy, without too much Malory, that the American ladies ranlod among the prettiest of those there present. Mr. and Mrs. Hives, their tuni daughter, their son, Mr. Astor, and Mr. Ainislrong. were among the guests of the J'resi dmi. In ilir diplomatic corps, i rrmarn-a wie minister* of Turkey, of liuwNa, of Auatru, Piedmont, Prussia, 1>< um.iik, ami SjMin. Messrs. Thiers, Lmnnrtine, <lr Lasteyrir, de Montalamhcrt, La llou'ie, licchurd, and many other meniliers of the .\alion il Assembl) ,'?i rein ihr jxirtoir (Urottrrrna11< ft, and continued in a low v nice their debates about thr nrest 1.1 situation of the country. Tin* uniforms 11 all r< iik? of all the regiments 11 France, were to I < >< i n there; and one of the friends of my family w iili \t t.< in 1 promt moled amidst these celeb'itn s, lii-suitd me that he hud seen the parties givta by the Luptrcr Napoleon, and that those of his m | In w were the same, but only on u * run ller scale. Louie Napoleon dots very well the honors of iiis palate. lie was simply dresst d in a black suit, and nut a white waistcoat, u|*on which he had his l?igc uhl.on ol the legion of honor, lie shook hands w ith many is r-t ns, and favored me with '.he -in-; asked me If I had received (tod Mtn kno New Yolk; how were Mr. and Mrs. Dennett, and Mr. C- 1, Ins frienl; und, after my answer, lowed le ii.e. mid pasted to another gentleman next hy me. The orchestra of the lilysee is led I y the (.lined Tolla <|ue, one of the best musicians < i l'aiis; and the music which lie delivered was so tine, that 1 much regretted not being a dancer, to try either a polloi or a quadrille with cue of the fair guests ol' the President. 1 lie refieihmt nt room, or tin* Ivjfrt, us it is called, is furnished v ith profusi id, and the best vines, ice, coffee, ten, sugar plumls, and cak<s are i ll'eied toils visiters I understand th it Louis Napoleon has not a sufficient .-alary w ith the present sum he receives fiom the government, liesides all these thing", the diuners, private presents, n munt ratios*, ami other exjienses, which are indial missile to q i? rum ot his rank and |M/mtion, render it ur.avoidahle to obtain a large increase to Ins 1,2WLMI0 fii.nca. The i*?rty ended at about oue o'clock, hut ihe President had left the saloon by half past eleven. The next season for parties will begin in October, at the LI)>ce. liunrig the sumi.-.i t lime mid the aii'unin, Louis N.-poison retires to ^t. t.'loud, to enjoy liu Otiuni nm ifigni.'tih ; who will he the " deity 1" 1 could tell, tf 1 Wu a la. I.l.ter l.llt t Will kbklain. The tu<? ol Versailles, which took on I Mimlay la.-1. iu the Plain Salory, arc con idcr>d the t ci t oI tne season. The crowd was immense ; the numl < r of carriages, of horses, the toilettes exhibited by the elegant nod fashionable society of Palis una its neighborhood?everything, even the jf hi it ot the 1'rendent and his ministers, was oflici' rt to lender that equestrian festival one of the iineit i ver beheld. Lord Noimanhy and tien. (JbVHiguuc were i u sent, and the former of these politicians had a long conversation with the President. The tares began at half-past two, by the ' premium cf I,fVO francs, given by the minister of apiiciiliare and commerce; the distance run was two kiUineteis. ard the premium was won hv Marly, a splendid gray horse, belonging to M. Lupin. The prrnuum of the city of Versailles, 1,21.(1 ftancs, wus won by Csuche-UHit-nu, an elegant bay animal, belonging to Mr Amnont. The ibird race ? ui a handicap for horses three years iold; pietiuum l.&tiO francs. Among the nine In r?ee, 'I ertuie, belonging to Mr d' lledoiiville, wus the victor. The great premium of 2,4tto francs, giv<n hp the city ol \ ersniile?. f?r entire horses and irntes, three year* old, was won by Predestine, belonging to M lar-.UVuu. The race of the gentlemen rulers, which was announced, did not teke ; but it w ill be seen on Sunday next at he m c? nd journee, in w Im-h the rs of cavali> now in gutiison in Versailles, will have a display of their bi'tscs in a rapid rare, for wlush a v< ly rich h.iteewhip has l>een unartunously otlered by ihe Society of Fnrourngement. Vetsailles, w hich is, as vou know, a very deserttil city, is en the eve of recovering its ancient splendor of the lime.of I<uui* XIV. The games will ptodure that miracle, for it ai>;>ears that the fovermrnl has decided to re-op?n the saloon of the 113, and Fiaseati, in the city of Versailles. No doubt that the attraction ol ike faro tables will bring thither a lufge number of Parisians and of foil tgnrrs. The theatres are, in spite of the warm weath?r, d< irg good business The Theatre Franca h, with M lie. Hachel and her sister Rebecca, is the rendezvous of all the literati of Paris and of Lurope. The legitimate drama and comedy are played there as they are nowhere, rise, and it is indeed a great pleasure to witness, not only the richness ( I the |>erf?rmMnre, but also the- tieauty of the actresses, their Will and artistu al intelligence, mm unit mm I he fineness of their act' .IT Mr. A llouMuge, the n*w manager, deaervrngrcM credit, ai.d he U the nfumt gritt of the whole iiw* The n< w remedy of Mr I<nl fllhl "Ii?$u*?edu rhiea d'Alcil>i?tle," ia nightly rrcotfd *uli much applatiar. The Theatre de I'odcon i* closed for the aumater MNcn, and will sot re-open be lore the tirat day* of Fertembar. At the comic opera hon*e the raprrtory ia Nightly changed, and Mr Terrin tn?he* % harvest of money, w Intel liia- /fnivmmatn gatlier a garland of flow ere, timed up Midi many Initio*. Hie n?w drama of AWiandre Dumai, and M<aara (Iraige and de Montepin, entitled "Pauline," ia a very interesting play, whirh had great mrefW on Patttrday laat, at the Theatre Union.jue. 1 he plc t ia taken from (he novel of lHimaa, and folio Wa it firmly The incident* ara numerous, the dialogue very fieaanf, and the artar* eirellent. A new ci median, Mr Feehter, made hi* debut in the prim ifwl rharartrr, and wa* very auacaaaful. Mme Perron, a beautiful woman, and a capital acireae. met aUo with much upplauaa, la the part rf Pauline. The Tkeafre of the Vaudeville pnwtiiced, thi* evening, a new vaudeville, called the \a Mi*?iaaippi. <>u I,COO Ijr im en l*e?i Hearea," which hu* nern wntb n by Meaera. I^uaen, Hrunawich, rlid BeavpUa, ?i.d wtuch ia to be the fiame of the f?ed Panorama of th* Mieaiaaippl Riv?, jaunted kjr ,'chii VjiiiiU, an4 ? ? w tbe baa?V ! Mcaam KUlry Ac F?, of New York. I attended the two Ijft rehe?r??l?, and 1 feel persuaded that this exhibition will have great succes* among my coun11 ymen. Banvard ia also here with Inn panorama. At the Theatre d?s Varieties, two new vaudevilles, called " I.e Chevalier de Servigny" and " I^e I'ouii me," have been performed with much tuccets. Me*dsineB Ozy, Marquft, and Page, who appear in if, fere three very pretty women, of much intellect, and whose histrionic powers are really excellent. Mr. Thtbeaudeau is, indeed, a lucky manager. The and the Circus art nightly filled by a tm ieti il'ilitr, Hint Mobile le chateau d'-s V.t urt, la thiitiihe, li fin*r/flgh, le ch&tean rougt, le (hataiu a'Amttie, and many other public garden* are the rendezvous of all the amiteurs of fun, fire works, pretty partners, excellent music and fresh bre< m> 1 heaid, on Friday last, at the hou?e of Mr. Mecathi, a \*ry talented mutician, the fumed colored Doua Marii Martini-/, who sani; several Spanish k mi'k. uiti iiiimniin" hertelf on the l>oiii Maitine/ it twenty j r?is old, jan-!esses bright e ves mikI a tint profile. Her figure is b auiiiul : the looks ae cruet 1'ul as a Creole, and dresses a In Finn(aiff. lit r only fault it- ht r dark complexion. liut we liave no prejudice of the kind in Eurone, and no doulit bhe will be as courted, admired, nnd upplauded, as if the was as while mm alabaster. Talent has neithtr rank nor color?anil Dona Martinez is an artist of the " iiitt w ater,'" a diamond ?et in a piece of mahogany. friiicc 1 am rpeaking of singers, let me give you the newt I have received from the whereabouts of Jenny Kind. the arrived on the 221 ult. at Stock- I holm, where she wns received by u procession of j young girls, dre.-sed in white, who came to tiller t her bouquets of flow ers. She w as carried to her hotel in a carriage, to which was harnessed four w late horses, and duiiug the evening h 11 tin- neighboring hotels were illuminated in her honor, whilst the amateurs of the city were giving a serenade to her. Jenny land will give six concerts 111 Stockholm. According to custom, ilie tickets have Keen rold at auction, ami they were all bold at very high i prices. Jenny will leave Stockholm in the middle j of July; she w ill spend a month at the watering i place ol Kms, from w hich she will return to Lon- i don, and thence to I.iverjt ol, w here she will s til for America. Thus she will De in your city hy the end of Sept? mber next. i The f..rncd Arabian chief AM-del-kader?who who is prisoner iu tL< ChatiautVAmboint, has been ] very sick for the last five days. The noalalgy has attacked lnm, and he is not expected to live. I saw yesterday, at the store off.l. Fabion, tailor, the eloHk of Kinperor Souloiiijue the 1st, of lluyti, which he will wear on the ceremony of j his coronation. This cloak, which cost ft 1,000 i francs, ($10,(.'(JO) is made of velvet, embroidered i with cold and diamonds. The director of the Museum of Pnri?, opened | I ?s-t wcrk a very interesting gallery, nlled wan Ainericiin antiquities, brought Irani Vueatan, M '\ico, Peru. Bolivia, and other countries ot thu New World. These curiosities huv U en tuuch grained by the whole press as well us by those visited tlie Louvre on this occasion. 1 cannot close this letter without giving yon ihe n< wh ol' a t< rxilde murder which took place at Bordeaux, on the 1st inst., and in which four Ainericiin sailors, belonging to the ship John Holland, were the principal heroes, a quarrel having t ken nlace between them and three Norwegian sailors. They were fighting together, when the landlord of the tavern came to serrate tlieni. They immediately rushed upon him, and stabbed him till lie was dead. The four murderers were takeu and will he sentenced, of course. Their names ure John Young, Branch, James Ilequeni, and Thomas KooL An American citizen, Mr Henry Walter, front Boston, has also fallen in the Lends of justice for a cause not yet known in public. It ap,tears that lie arrived at Strasbourg from Kadstadt, where he had been accused of high tr?dsia and released, lie was residing in the city, giving lessons in the English language, when, on the lid inst., In- was seized by the police, and sent to Havre in the hands of the gend'arriiH. Duels have been very numerous for the last six days. Among the most remarkable, 1 will mention that of two representatives of the National Assembly, M. Bouvet (a member of the "Congress of the l'eacc") and M. linger, of the North. They lired each a pistol without injuring etch other, and the w ilnesses declared tin ir honor f atislied. The te-cond 1 will relate to you had not such n lucky termination. It took place between M. Florentine, reporter of the L'crsairr, nnd A Aehard, of the Assrtnblft Nationals. This last gentleman was pierced through the lurg", and he is in a very dangerous slate. Vn coup d'tjir/Hmrun roup dt This is vt ry expensive. Adieu. B. II. 11. Our Itwllaii Correspondence. Homk, May 30, 1S30. Riltfti ni Crrrmoniet?the Pipt's Part in Them? I.a mint for thr P.tad?/Filling f/i? Frmrk 'Props ? l*rtsn iptton?The Priests of tin Propan twin and Mr. Can?Milt tut ion in K.mie?Afurrnge if an Ammran Inidy irith I'.ntnt Frangi/unt? Austrian Piru tr, ijre. ? bunce the return of the Po;*, solemnities and religious ceremonies have engnged all attention. The splendid displays of the llomi.-h Church, with its |x>inp and un(>arallrled magnificence, have eclipsed the usual sights and spectacles of the F.t? tnal City, and the stranger traveller, who cotnes to Borne haunted with bright dreams of the past, and brighter visions of the future, hears no longer of arts, and monuments, and ruins, but of churches, and convents, and cathedrals. We have priestly processions all day, and priestly processions ail aight. It falls strangely ui*>n the ear, to hear at f it iilniolif nr at ill when evrrv nth*r Kimnl is ?, hushed, the full, heavy tramp of the bare-footed I Kruneuctno, t? turning from midnight orisous to 1 their silent cell*; or, more etr.ingely still, the low % eh ant of the gentle monk* of the order of St M ig- 1 <!*!< nn; and ln? king down from your window, to ) ere a long line of cloaked and ca? led figures |i,r i.- r ing from one ehrine to another, each carrying in i hi* hand a lighted torch, which fling* a ghastly I light upon their wan and macerated feature*. J I.very rehgious order, front the young noble* of * the Tern, to the poor tind beggared Hntniiiican*, t lift* made u pilgrimage to the shrine of the Altar of c lleavrn, on th- Cupitoline, in devout gratiri'le fir ii the return of the llolv Father?and such f.? t -r,?- 1 geneou* gei.r never nuve I ?e? n before. Lnth-r r we* not anisr, 1 thought, when he Biid, "The I ( hutch of the fcarlet woman rrtembleth a ran 'try Fact, w lot li lo ! Icifi all HMU ni r of things." Iu rrtuirdi g fr <frv*i?, the l'ope ha* himself oflimited on *et?r*l occrsicn* recently. The last . Mrvicecf thi* character in which he that pirtici- 1 p.?t? <f. took place in the Church of Sr. John ol J r. iii altar, and it wi 1 no) toon be forgotten bi tho t who mw it. Thi* church was founded fcy the kligh'eoist lol.i.. 'hon 'teriiwur >.-monknl ' ee.?tern rerown, and enriched by the r of " their ciio ivt *. All of it* wealth wo produced on " thi* high occasion; and the ransom of half of the '' kings ot l.urope w ould not etptal it. Tuiulgecorrecti) <if the riches of the Catholic clergy, one " must witness u iccne like this, remembering, the J w hile, tin.t tin* is by no ntesn* the wealthiest of " the four hundred and twenty churches tha* stand * within the wall* of Koine All the ecele Mistical d'gnttarie*, ** well a* the high ofiicers of State, J Civil mid military, were present on thi* or< uitui? * tin i animal*, in th- ir purple rol" * ; the hishop*. in , their flowing mnntrlettn* ; and the friars, in their 1 course brown serge. The ceremony proceeded, accompanied h) the pealing of the oigan, the w.uv- j ing of censor*, and thr chanting of the i ; ^ and when the bell was struck, mid th^ J ntnMruled lln niirlirt fiefore the elevated llu??. { there was presented to the rye ihul strung* and |1( turfvjur JaitlpoaMaa i f | hmn tin! crosses, rmlrre mid swords, princely apparel and beggarly rags, only to be seen in the throngs that bend before a Catholic altar. Laat night, 1 ww ao fortunate as to grt admirmnn into tlie Convent of the Hunting Croee. to hear the famous " Lament for the Head," which is chanted only once m every nine year* It i* rung by seven nuns ; and aure aim 1 that any thing sadder, more overpowering, than iheu tones of despairing arjriorh, hua aeldom been heard on ihia earth brfore. To it ia an event in nne'e life; but 1 have no wish to he present a second time, for every accent of pain and wo was there. The long (hulling notes, pro- t longed almost beyond mortal power, seemed D more like the wailing* of lost spirits than utterance fr< m human lipn. Iteads were (.owed down to the fca cold marble floor, and from all eve*?eyea that * been staled for loog years?old aod yottag, men, n women, and childrrn. right and left, and every- o w here?tears were pouring down like rain ; And in u the low pauses of the refrain were heard sobs, and convulsive breathings, nnd long drawn sigha, as if fi hearts Were breaking in agony. The renowned ' wiser see of the HtoliM ChnoH, in .Ht IVler'e. which c has been cslled the eighth wonder of the world, and whi? h has given me the heartache for many a r long day, doen not move the heurt and soul like n thi* sad dirge T have no wish to hear it again / A short time since, on the piazza of St lVter'a, at the hour of sunset, of a fine spring day, the I'ope ? bestowed his blessing upon the French troops The a whole army?snoen/e amd matmrU?cuw utwn the ti ground in fighting order, the mfintry with fii*d p najonets, the artillery wuh their heavy guns, and b the drrgeenn with their horses When the Pone * made his apoearanee in the balcony, tu front of th* rhurrb, the word of rommand, by the commanding jt General, was given to kneel, and IS.000 men, as a one man, sank to the ground With outstretched t aims thai old man | ?>! !< noon th*m a blew*- r log; and, again, at the word, they rone to the;? n fret, with the precision of a machine It was a erne in lay awey ld memory, to be mcnlb-d in after daya. a With thirteen thousand French soldiers to rely upon in eeee cf r.eed, the Pupil government fancies * it hus little to apprehend in future from the people. To cleanse Kotne of the h-tndiu, and hngauds, and [tifilaub, vtlio lulc-t the daik alley a and mouldering rnii s, the worlt of proscription has coutinencecn aii?i the hounds of justice, it is said, in their hunt of vengeance, are daily denouncing individuals w ho did not participate in the recent revolutionary movements. To !>e accessory to this persecution, is not only a cruel and uniust policy, hut most unwise, aho. It would really appear as if a fatality? on infatuation, attached to several Italian governments, hv which they were prevented from profiting by ihc I**-st i s of ? \|>eiit tier, llarely escajiei] ^ from greht danger- the greatest that has rver vei menaced the Pontificate?the Papal authorities, l?y the iutlictiou of unmerited punishments? are certainly exposing tin niselves to the hazard L>f a second revnluti in. 1 wis present la: t week at a very interesting ceremonv?the presentation to Major Cns?, our t harge d'Affairs, by the priests of the Propaganda. of u tokm of their gratitude, in nclrnowh dgment of the protection he afforded to Ihcmwheu their institution was menaced by tho Trusteverini. Latin uddresses were delivered on the occasion, and two richly illuminated volumes, resembling the old missals of the middle ages, were then brought forward. One of them contains invocations for the happiness of Major Cass, wiitten in sixty-eight different languages, by indii duals ol sixty-eight dillerent .- .lions, priests of the Propaganda. There is scarcely a tongue on tin? wide globe, which is not there spoken?scarcely a country which is not there represented. I have lcok< d over this volume twice, and from curiosity I have noted down a few of tht languages which arc herein inscribed: Cingalese, Illyrenn, Elhiopean, Arabian, Sanscrit, Chinese, Chaldean, * Cootie, Phoenician, Celtic, Caiiuuc, Koordish. tsajmritun, In the other volume there is given to Mr. Cass, to hint and bis, in perpetuity, the right of asylum and -iiuctuary. How strange, in the history of European governments, have beett th* vi< i -situdes and matations if tl.e last two years! Thrones have tumbled about the heads of kings, and republics have tuk>-n the pi i<:< .< of ancient monarchic. < ?l the convulsions which hive shaken huly?of the storms and tempests which have swept this fair land, rending society to its deep - a f Hut lutionu? no stronger, more striking, illuwtr *tiors c .n lie adduced, tlmn the ceremony to which 1 have just alluded. The haushty, in icceSsihl Pmp*-inda?the oldt et, most n v? n need iustttution of tfi Catholic church?the nucU lit. of i s .'ergy?tliH pri-lc of tho popes?with its soldiers?solders ofthe cri s??scattered through every land, from the snows of Siberia to the stindsof SuriiutiMiid, i menaced by the fierce, ? lawless nien of the Tiber, and demands protection ' from the reprebt ntative ofthe I'nited States. That that proiccticn w as rendered, and well tendered. 1 tnyrclf heard officially announced, some weeks ego, on a public occm ion, in the old tintc-worn [ hiiia l of the ProiNtir 'nd.i. in the presence of tin -< nalora aixl princes ol' Home. There are comparatively few strangers now in Home. Of Amenc-ns, the number is lens than utual. The hot weather is rapidly approaching, when the malum from thp Carnpagna renders it impiudent for str^ngir-i to remain. The hotel? <ie nearly deserted, and the artists are in despair. . The last year wa? an unfortunate one for the arts. In fact, there is i-.o branch of business which has not suffered in consequence of ihe want of u stable government. Thousands, among whom are not a ft w families of ancient title and noble blood, are aid to be in actual wsnt; and w hen to these you iidd ihe !i t of those who by amercements and co.ufncatioiis, are deprived of their revenues, you may conjecture somewhat of the misery enisling in Home. A subscription is in circulation, to atford relief, as tar a? po-i-ihle ; and I observe that the Spanish Minister, arid Mr. Cass, and also the Austrian Hnd ltuseian Ministers, have each contributed live hundred dollars to this object. Heaven help the poor in Heme, 1 rav. Waal fares badly in all, but nowhere so hardly as in Jtily. 1'he multitude of professionil beggars, by whoni -veiv street is ir.fe: lid, have rendered the public riiinu cold and callous to the dernends of charity, t en in cases of dreadful extremity. Heaven hi lp he poor, I say again. And the ruined nobles, who nave bi en dispossessed of their Kefs, in consequence .f the seditious conduct and eternal plotting-, what s to he their fate? l'romi aj Lucifer?dissolut , ruin, and supercilion.?without education, without csources, there is absolutely nothing left for them ml to die Pins \inth fhs.n tvh im n lietter nun is lot to !'? found in the r.iuks cf j?ri\iit?? lift- or in the it I cf living aovvp^Jni1, he* repeatedly endeavored 0 meliorate their condition, but they h-ive un:oimly proved thems? Ives nn%% .?rtf*y of clemency. Ml the noblee, however, are not of ill is stamp; aad >rie, who stand? first of all of his order, in r ink, in s ealih. and in reputation, is about to show, that in .ddition to these ijualilications, he [<osi>rs*.-s good a ale iilso. On Hit, that a fair daughter of the ITnited States, rom one of our Southern cities, i? very so >n to bo named to the Count of Frungtipuni, the chief of the ildest house in Italv?a house th*t ta ke? prece- * lence even of the Coloniin i?ce, who claim their Icecent from th?* Umi-eror Tr.ijan. In iny eicurions through the PhjthI State*, I h ive pissed hrough wveral of the ht fs belonging to this youug u bit nun. Hi* df mains are of vast extent. I reiienib.T well, in puTticulir, one of hit ci?t|es, vhich is celebrated for ito feudal beauty. It stands n a lonely gorge of the A|ipenines, and with its ill towers, barbican, moat, and portcullis, carries' rou vividlv back to the da) s of critsad-s and chi.':y The new l.idy of the castle will appear a trange bird in such a* nest, and strange will be th<* em in licence* around her. I was in Florence during the commencement of hi? month, w here I found every cafe and hotel, iid promenade?ill placet cf public re?ort, fille I vuli ihe w hite uniform* of Austria. " C'ta Auitrr? h??*!*," I heard an old Florentine murmur, playing in the word?Aulrirhitnt?"(Yt Autrit rhitns i?e 1 ow'ffit fwtiml." The stately palace* along th? >anksof the gentle Arno, h:>ve been dispossessed if their ?n? n nt owners, to make room tor the fa( red officers of l!a.let-ki. In the government ol Tutcany, the (Ir.ind l)uke h..s become a nv-re cy herf and ninny Yearn must el ipae before he cii* egmn?tlmt laughing prince?the allr-clion* of luK'ople lie wb9 tried, and found wanting in the I lour ofperil. In an evil moment, he cilled ujkui luslria for help. The legions of the North came it his cry, and while reinstating him upon his hrone, have taken |>ossession of every post in Tusany, from San Lorenzo to Maghiano, and there little probability they will ever lie restored. They are in the grasp of that tierce, relentless ower which baa sworn the subjugation of til taly. J. B. P. ? >|>tnlons of the French Press on lh? Lop>r Kiperiltlon. After h?ving related the unsuccessful attetni* oi xipel against I uba, and the ilight of this clu?t, hia rcejtion und Ins arrest at >uvunnuh, Arc., the iilmti Kiiyn :? "No doubt the government of Washington have omniittpd great fault in bring, or in simulating a br, ignorant of such an expeditiou, organised pun the territory of (be I 'ruled States. In stoiifuiig i at the beginning, the government should n<t ave been under Ihe necessity of using coerciv irasurce; but, inner the facta are iinha[>pily ar ompliehed, it m its duty toiry, by proseetiiisn, to efct a salutary intimidation, and prevent the return < f Itrmpte so tieptor.ible far the inaocent victims who rneh in them. It is to b? regretted, at the smiiinie, for the interest of its character before the ram." 1* Sildr, after giving the facts, tah?n from the V. 1*. Wttkly HtrnUi, eavs i? "The Government of the I'niondoea all in its ewer to maintain the Americans in the course of he law- of nations, but it i? overflowed by an imnenee conspiracy. Justice Hetts presented, on the 71h of May, a report to the Grand Jury of New fork, on the subject of the Act of Congress of 1*1*, elative to the armed expeditions against the ountnes with which the Tailed States are at eace. In conformity with the common sense and he groctal law of uations, those ex ped it ions are onsidered as arts of piracy. In consequence of his trpert, romr arrests have been made, and witeases have been called before the Grand Jury lut, we aar again, all this will he without pnwei nth a imputation who do not desire the restraints ti IW." The Prtttt relates only the facts. The Centtltutiammrl says "The exi<editu>n sgainst Cuba has, onre more, ealized the fable of the mountain giving birth to a aonre. " If the population of Savannah have showed nm# tvmnafhv fnr th#? aiiHarmna nrtifr ttin urceaetul attempt of I^ope* has provoked, in their I nude, an tMnMcatable rraction. All the pupetv I f New York are now against liOf>*7, and reproach lim for hie temerity, hi* imprudence and hi* ' ham*ful detent. All of them, those which were avoraMe to the freebooters, apeak now with repert of the right of nations, and call down on the ulpnts the m \enty of the public powers. " To the lTesident of the United Stat"* we must eoder justice, as be has not hesitated, for a single l oment, to fulfil his duty, and lie h.t* given to the imerican authorities the most positive orders. "A law oass?d by the Cong ens of the United lutes, in 1819, declares as an art of treason, the ct of every person beginning, preparing or susuinng, on the territory of the I ntied Slates. an enter-. 1 use or miiitarv flptdMoa directed agniagl the srritory or possessions of a foreignljaiwer in p?aoe nth the Union Nothing is clearer than stieh a tevt; and if the nry have not resolved to pronounce systematically gainst the truth, American justice will yive ampin atirfartinn to Ppam. As for Lopct, besides anasvsatioa of piracy, he will have also to defen<l hinselfaaan arraignment of robbery, Nor having tiken way the money of the custom-hoase of Cardenas -the single trophy and eingln result of Ma mv airwd sipegiuon 4

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