Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 6, 1850, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 6, 1850 Page 3
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JL , - efl| of the Department in quenching Uts il fires with which (he city is daily 1 my, it the poller etptiiu, aUernci, police jiMgea, and grand junes shall hererfter act at liberty the clnb scoundrels who may be Eeatsd for brutal acta agaiaat the firemen lor rtrojing the public apparatus, tec.{ that I know ?f no immediate remedy but to do as the honeat preta of the whole country do, when Governors of sovereign State?, (with solemn oaths upon th-ir lips to protect both property and person,) open the doors of State prisons, by pardoning a large portion of the jinsoner-', within one brief gubernatorial teira of ofhce; and as the press of litis city of late 'have done, in publishing tne names of the prisoners in juxtaposition with ihe Aldermen themI to selves, who liberated them to defeat the sacred ends of justice, and to secure the votes &ud base physical powers of thfse daring club devils at the primary nn<l aldernunic elections ? Moreover, I shall not only publish the names of the prisoners and Aldermen, the police captains, police 1 Inrua in h.4ImI1?-I f!lll II 111 >la. in IJUUgM, aim giauu junvr, ? i w ? the public pre#, but I Khali invariably placard their H| names on the walls of every engine house in the city, that all iiremen may brand them as the inveterate enemies ol the Department, as enemies to law and order, and as officers unworthy of the public confidence, and who should be hurled from the otficea they difgrace, by the votes of the firemen (in revenge for their bruibed and murdered brethren) and of all good citizens. 1 have Ion? contemplated this, and I am, at length, resolved on its immediate consummation, since my long experience and extensive observation firmly convince 'ne that those dignified bodies, and especially the body which is elected to preside over the immediate and - deeply momentous destinies of the l'ire Department, and over the public morals and the securi y of property and human life, not only do not even coasider ike common welfare and common safety, but sanetion and, to all intents and pur|K)ses, legalize the highest crimes, through the perversion of their legislative, judicial, and pardoning powers, thus openly encouraging these demoniacal clubs to destroy the apparatus?, to di<; the untimely graves of firemen, and to outrage the Fire Department with most of ihe odium that has crippled it and blasted Its reputation for so many years. In the preceding remarks, I hive said that most of the odiun attached to the department, was caused by the infamous gangs of organized banditti that infest the city, who, without cause, attack the firemen, while passing to and from fires; but, truth and candor compel me to'say.with much regret, that y>is odium is not wholly attributable to ihesecluba, Jp bad, powerful and numerous as they unguesrionahlv are. inavmu;h ?a there are. and iiave ^been, for years, some bad firemen in the department, ali of whom the representatives of the Fire Department, (through a committee or court cho?en by them from ths Exempt Fire\ men, subject to impeachment by your hono\ rable body,) would immediately expel, if they I had the power of expulsion, for misdemeanor, as 1 they should have, instead of the Common Council, t through tt'hum it is as absolutely impossible to have \ them e.vpelled from the department, as it is to effect 'lie pumthnieiu of the club rowdies tor their horrible rrisdfineaiicTs. iioth club rowdirt and bad firemen, being thus under the special protection of the Common Council, through their acquittal I and trifling suspension of the tiremi-n for nnscle| mtaoor, and through their unconditional parIon of the elab members as soon as arrested, lor attacking and beating the firemen, breaking the apparatus, Ace. 1 have done my best to effect the removal of some of the worst firemen, through frequent communications to your honorable bod', winjh had no more eHVct thin if 1 had not sent them, being, like my communication respecting the club outlaws, immediately referred tothe Committee on the Fire Department, which is generally the last that is heard of them ; or, if they ever report, it is generally in favor of their acquittal, or sujpeiiMon for a few weeks or months, during which they continue to perpetrate their deeds of infamy with utter impunity ; and in the face of which they. resume their connection with the uiiartmcnt at the ex;*rition of the brief interval lor which they were suspended, which readers suspension of bo practical utility whatever? the leniency of the punishmen: rather encouraging than aupprejairg insubordination in the department. Indeed, the notoriously insubordinate firemen laughingly deride and hurl detiance at the imprac. tic able operation of the present insubordination I law, exultingly boasting that they were never exjielled, and very seldom even suspended for mi-wlevineanor. The difficulty mainly arises from the >lothful action of the Committee on the Fire Demartiiicnr, of either Board, their pn>cr*stination p voting, of course, the inribordinates, by exhausting the pat'ence and valuable time of their accusers, lid rendering it at lengih, alter werkV and even ltonthv delay, both inconvenient and utterly impos R'l" lor the witnesses to api*ar bt fore the committer, agair.?t thnii; when, on the lirst favorable opjptiuuit), ihe Committee on the Fire I>**partment i fffori toihe Common Council, if they report at all. ?nher in favor of acouitral, or for from two to j tthree months' suspension, which, as I have shown, rather emboldens than intimidates the insubordi- i ! nates to commit new crimes u train?t the depart I ment. By th?.? fatal, nnrrmittiDg, und British lenien* cy acd psof rastinition in lavor of insubordinate*. ' l?y the I ommittee oa the Fire i)ej?artment, of either - Boar.i of your honorable holy, the goodwill of the bad l:rernen ia secured, who promise, by way of Consideration and gratitude, to not only vote for, Iut to fight for, th-ir benefactors at the next el<c%tp. who even ceril their livea to keep theae Jen id committeea on the Fire 1 Vjwrtment in ?fiic?A'"d m ho, united to the phyfictl and ruffi inly strt i ir'li of tin- cln1) fie i.l^, whose atteutionnte ni|>port is also won by Aldermen by liberating thein ftom the |>ohce utation hou?rs aa soon ** ' they are incarcerated, altogether effect i powerful combination of physical (mot at the polls, that too ?f!eu mcce? Ha in the re-election ol tne*e exlrein? ly lenient and pro-rastmating in-mbersof the committer f on the Fire l>cp.irurn nt, and other m *111beu of the Common Council, wlio are collectively aa pliai.t an i active in efiectlag the ratification uf the reports of the committees for the nr-quiit il nod I (MHMiM of (lit i.r. iii' 11. .. 1 1) at- 111 l.ri l 1 1 1/ j vigilant in the liberation ol the i ,u j membera, aa 1 soon ,i? attested, for then nefarious crimes. I Whether 1 submit my reports for misdemeanor I to your hom ralile Itody, 1 In r at the coium-uce- . I ment of the ftet*i"n or tow?ri* ila cloae, the pro- 1 V (raaiinution la |>reei?ely the nine-the report* *? I ina at once into th?* hands of the G iiiiitultec on the I l ire 1 ' ; rtiiient, where th v g' nertilly slumber I forever; bti' who, alltr tin v have fowled and drag- I I ed (lie w l item t 10 and fro. before them, for weeki 1 I Mi I II.01.!)>- , -oil1.III ? .i e t!,f mi - l-rii ,nors are ot a ir.o.-t extraordinary rliar.icter?iff woui.de, for in?unce, retailing in the de.itti of wmr unloitnna'e hn m n -why then, the corn- ! mittee, ul pi the pi.Mi or |-r.\.? vengeance, for their outrageous d reltcno.i of ((.italic d I'y. makecoi -i l' rat. e p.irad- of tli> ir energy and c indor, id a r> |x?n which, aiier all, ? uher M?|>hi*iirally i>< < 1- d, or, j. ; li 11 la th? m for a lew Hnki or in nth* I will pow illustrate t ie leading hideous feitures ! of the present odious la * for the trial of tasubordi- : nu'e :ir- 11 u I? L'ltnn 1' o,-er.u..?n ina(|i;.mtic |<oliiicai machine, 011 whieh 'he triumph of parlie* often tuia??(is demor-tluiiig and piralyung ' eliect wit the Kire Iteparuitent, on our entire muui * I i.i.i' ir, aii.i on Hi ,?Ii . large l.i '.'n< in |<ottart il'Prtraiion, wliieh is a matter of fact itltta- [ trail ". 1 hall I " oblige,j iu rxpoae, (as I have done throughout tbn report, m my ar ju uatances a no friend* ol ye-ii*' durailun.) very diaim juiaheJ gentleu 1 n whom I have long known and hitherto ( ?-?teeturd. But, Iw.ih in a public and private ca^a- ; city. be itu. i u> be mau; "* and it iny own father, or my beloved children, were guilty of th< < l * i lin> by r th" k'-ii'I-iii^n in queatloi.?charge* tliit I btlierr to hr true fmm the aincenty my heart ?before (tad, I aolrmaiy <)<'cl?" tK .t I a'i'4ilit not alii' Id thrm from t!ir puttie worn and irtrifcutian. thr ft reman of How Company No .11 IffOlttd t > me that Kai:IaeCuinpaay No ?, head'd b> Mr U M'uni M IW'4. the f-r. m?n, hid attacked ?K--rr?. *itb boxcc, b-irrrla, and mi*?>ile? of I t?r:nti? i n<i?i browing the bov*. b?rrrl?, Vc . at. and in front of them, while running with their apparataa rapidly to Area I report- | ed .? fill ?;-<ount of ih?" dn-t^r?lly and row ardly proceeding to the Common Council, which, aa tteual, w?a referred to the Committee cm the l ire Iiepartmeut 1 h? oommittee at length agreed ro ' report in favor of eipelliog the foremaa?Mr | T*rr<l 1 ?wapending lh-' entire company ?<>r Ihree mntha, wh*?h (aa the I'mnnia Cornell ri)i r r, I y rati tea the re|w>rU of ihe (Committee on the Fire I >-;'*rtm< nt) waa auppoaed to he aa end of the niifr. and that Mr. Tweed w?? forever e\|. U. d / *?er lo. king in vain for the presentation i.f 11." mi tee f report to the Connoa Cauacil t- r rut;! ?tion. I wmi to AUbrman (ieorg* H. Frei.klin, the chairman ot the Committee oa the Fir* Heiairtment, whom I found ia hia neat, while h. Hoard *? in aeaeion, and very respectfully *?ked hiri if he iatearied ?<>oa to present the report w.MnwMiinf thr eanalaioa of Mr. Tweed, fore r<?n of tngine Conpttf No. 6. and the auapea?ofl of the (Cf .j?ny for three momha, already ajrreed upon la committee, while I was present. and the . , r n fit Airf.-rrma Franklin said, errv thatically, " No?that eonwKody wanted him to old on to the report for a day or two:" whereupon I / i , ..n him lh?* irnpoMnnre of printing it to he M?'*id immcrfiatHy, ao thai it could he inntantl) ratified hr the Board, which he peremptorily refused to do When, lo and behold, in a d*r or two thereafter, hit object of delay w*a diacloeed, in callinf a ope rial **nion of the Committee on the Fire i)e|wrtme?t, and without notifying all of the . commute. (I have the authority of a memher of ihr r<>n I nttee for raying thi?.) for the purpose, aa jl appealed, of re considering their vote. recommen4mi the .?xp?il?ino of Mr Tweed, the foreman of No fl At thia a|?ec?al meeting of thn Committee on the Fire Department, whit* miy not hn?e tees* M P Tvd rfa I'totum, (on* of the committee, at j.>a?i, having iwfnnm-?t to*- ih?? he waa not nv moned to ?t:r?d.) them wai a r?< on*dsr?upo of the v??a lecommwiiBg the expulsion of Mr. Tweed, three month*' auspenaiou baiag recommended as a substitute therefor. At UM same meeting, while their hands were in, a vote, rerotnmeudiaf the suspension, for three months, of Engine Company No. U, was alao reeoaaidered, ana one month'* suspension recommended inatead. Now, aa to the powerful motives for theae very sudden tad most extraordinary reconsiderations of Totes, by the Committee oa the Fire Department, (composed of Messrs. Franklin, Bard and t initio, and of Measrs. Crane, Smith and Ackernian, on the part of the Assistant Aldermen,) 1 will brieii/ remark, that (subsequent to the shameful reconsideration of the vote recommending the expulsion of Mr. Tweed) Mr. Tweed (in order to secure the hupport oi AbsistHnt Alderman Ackerman, the only " refractory" meml>er of the Committee on the Fire ]>i>?rtmrnt who would not report in Mr. Tweed's favor) requested Charles McDougal, an exempt firtman, to propose to Mr. Ackerman that if he would not oppose the reports friendly to him, made by Messrs. Franklin and Crane, he (Mr. Tweed) would ensure to Mr. McDougal, or to any friend he might propose, delegates from two or three wards to the Mayoralty Convention, who would vote as Mr. McDougal might desire in the convention. Mr. Charles McDougal, the exempt hrem?n,scouted the base proposition ef Mr Tweed. Similar degrading propositions were made to at least one very distinguished member of the Committee on the Fire Department. Moreover, I learned from an Assistant Alderman, that during the debate in the Board of Assistants, at the last session of your honorable body, on the adoption of the report of the Committee on the Fire Department relative t? Mr. Tweed, (a debate rendered somewhat animated by the minority report against Mr. Tweed, presented by Assistant Alderman Ackerman,) that Assistant Alderman Sands, of the Fourteenth ward, and Assistant Alderman Florence McCarthy, of the Fourth ward, were unusually eloquent, especially Mr. McCarty, in advocating the adoption of the report favorable to Mr. Tweed, and that Mr. McCarthy was very indignant towards Assistant Alderman Sturtevmt, of the Third ward, who left his seat, as President of the Board, to combat Mt ssrs. Sand* and McCarthy, and to brand, as infamous, the reports favorable to the non-expulsion of Mr. Tweed. And I also learned, a few evenings since, from a member of your honorable body, that Assistant Alderman Florence McCarthy informed him that he had recently received sundry golden trinkets from his friend, Mr. Tweed, (since the debate in question,) one of which Mr McCarthy wears about his person, and of which he very complacently sp?ak* as being a slight testimonial of Mr. Tweed's disinterested friendship. 1 think that one solitary syllable of comment added to the narration of these black and most infamous transactions, in either board of )our honorable body, would b? a waste and a desecration of the few brief hour* allotted to us in this life, to which 1 cannot conscientiously submit : pat-sin? the above revolting facts over to the consideration of your honorable body for such action and disposition as you may deem expedient, I feel that 1 have done my whole duty in my laborious endeavors to purge the Fire Department ef its bad members, and to punish the club villains who nightly destroy the hose and engines, and nearly kill our worthy firemen, of wliuh, 1 ana happy to say, the department is mo?tly composed. To snow that 1 have not been inactive, I will now refer to the dates of some of the reports I hive made, from time to time, from which I never heard after they left my hands, being summarily strangled by the Committee on the Fire Department 1 made ?I*cial re|H>rts to vour honorable booy respecting the murderous ciubs and insubordinate firemen, on the sixteenth of May, 1830; nineteenth of Mhv, 26th of May, two reports on July 5th, August 6tn, and 1 h?ve se\eral reports to make to jour honor course, that they will, as usual, all be referred to the Committee on the Fire l>epirtment, utd by them to ao etermtl repost?a repose and a monstrous in.-ult that may yet arouse our citizens like a midnight cry, and convulse our city with riot, murder, rapine, havoc, and a wide-spread conflagration. i now warn the |>olice captains, the police judges, and the grsnd juries, to ao their duty with the murderous club members, and the insubordinate firemen, when arretted. 1 warn the police tffietfl to arrest them, at all hazards, when necessary. I wain thi- aldermen no longer to?I was about to say, no longer to abuse their psrdonine power of criminals. Pardoning power' What pardoniog power ? I defy an alderman, or any human being, to show me one recorded syllable by which aldermen aie authorized to pardon felons?to let them loose n|>on society, without passing through the ordinary' forms of jurisprudence, li has been a custom, whose lawless and [>ernicious exercise, by aldermen, for ;-?ditical and basely seltith ends, should indignantly arouse every well-disposed man. woman and child, in (pen arms against thrm, and overwhelm with infamy tkOH aldermen who still adhere to it. and thus rutlilesrly violate common decency anajusti -e, and convert our fair city into a sort of liotany Bmf and rharnel house ; thereby corrupting, des'royiejr, and rendering utterly inefficient every department of our city. I warn, I say, the police captains, the police judges, the pand jurors, and the aldermen, to do their duly herehlter, in ail matters connected with a wise and beneficial administration of our municipal affair#, it they Mould regard the safety and happiness of themarJvea, ana wives, and childrtn, aad our private abode*. And 1 would strongly recommend the Common Council to irninerli ?tely e n 1 power the repr? sentatives of the Fire Department ' to ihooee a committee, or court, from the exempt flrtmea, (who unquestionably have the reputation 1 of the department and the safety of th* ci'y at heart, fiom having served the department long, .in I ( honorably, and fuithfully,) to have full po#ertO| rj|>ri iii*ui oMiuimr iiixuirn?uie cvmniiiirr or court to be subject to im|>eacbment by your honor- I at>If body. Let the Common Council do this; in ' word, let the Common Council he true to itself, j true to the city, true to the Fire IVptrtmrnt, and CflK to liberate the club demons and other criminal-, and this city will be (he noblest, th* safest, the ha? west, and the most pt04,>eroua on the face ot tii' glob* Ai d now, of one thin? be most solemnly assured? ihat if something be not <,?e*<iily done hy your honorable body to protect the incalculable atmvmt ol |ito|ierty in |>eril, for tb> wmt of an immediate re-organization of the bell ringer*, for the more morn,)' and ?liicbnt rppair of tl?e engine and hoae homes, for the u'tei demolition of the powerfully organised cliib banditti, and for ihe summary tri-1 arid expulsiou of insubordinate hremen? I say if tbis be net instantly done, to save me from the 1 daily hsrraasmen', tit every corner 1 may tttrn, I ai-ont the reckbss careleMne*- at the bell-tower*? ; al t ut tl.e grose neglect and the bad repairs of the engine and hose ln>ti.-es, by the Superintendent of the 1'ubiic Building ? alwut the deed' of Iw li ni|fhitv committed by the worst and most formidable club banditti that ever scourged mankind?about the insubordination v? itlna th?- department itself?I >-ajr if ) ou do not act like men?lil.e magnanimous, I pal nolle, and hotirst men, snd at oate begin the great work of reform, and thus ave me, the Chief Kngineer, Irom the frequent neglect j of public duty, and from degrading himself and the ut-eful and pohle derailment over which he pre- > siiles. bv lurking, snd lingering, and lotting around the 1'ark aad City Hall, in order to catch an alder- I men here, aad one there, to implore hia honor and . to beg at.d beseech him, like a worthless mendicant, to do this aid to do that, to all of w hich he vociferou*ly cries amen, and promises and swears, , as sn individual alderman, that he will effect with- ! in the Board, (being himself, s? he is alwavs sure to say, a very i?rticular friend to the Fire lieoarttnenti) but which, sfter all, he never doe< effect, ! but does ia the daik within the Hoard precisely Ihe I reverse of what he premises the Chief hngtneer j he will do without the Hoard?I sajr, if something | be not speedilv done to correct these monstrous ] evils, that the >i? w York firemen will aa assuredly uprise and exterminate the clubs of tbis city as that all men must die. Tliey w ill take this whole matter into their own lit n?V snd they will demand that the repair of their engine houses be more promptly and efficiently done ; they will demand 1 that the hellringera understand and he compelled to do their duty ; and they w ill demand that the Iiepartment shall be purged of the bid men who have so long disgraced it, becauae the Common Council would not turn them out when reported for misdemeanor by the foremao, thtough the Chief K.ngioeer These deniands are jus?, and they will enforced. I have the ii'ir.o?t diftii iilty in preventing an immediate and moat formidable puysical outbreak againat the clnba by the worthiest members of the department, who assure me dailv that they cannot longer endure the glsriog evils that overshadow and destroy the enerjriea of the department and peril th? lives ot n.embera; and that they at* reaolved on ooen resistance to these intolerable evils, come what ir ay. They deaire me to appeal directly to the peopie of ihe city, which I hare naaurrd them I shall tfo, if there be not immediate actioa by your honorable body on Uiia reiiort, and the neceasanr moditicationa of the evilsin question immeiiateir transpire In my appeal to the citjr, 1 ahall warn my fellow cititena that the recent destructive firea in Han Frsncisco. in l*hiladelphi i.ind in Brooklyn, and the tremendous conflagration- in this city some )eara since, thnt rocked, to ita foundation, the whole commercial world, should admonish those who administer the municipal government of lha Urgent and wealthiest city of this coatiaeni, tMt ?be ir nntiring 7enl to promote tlie efficiency of the New York Fire I tepartnent should U erot wroermost in their thoughts, taking precedence of any subject that may arise for their -wnteoa and heartfelt consideration In consequence of thn extreme length of thia report, I am compelled to defat the diacuaoioa of the following subjects, which, however, I have folly <Unens?ed In my aannal report of I a* year, nad in my special re porta during the pas* two years, whiak Tonr hoaornUe body wfll ted w> the hands of yaw Committee on tfce Fire Department. Ever] Jeot to which J propoxr row onhr imply to although their < oriHiderarion is deeply import the welfare of il. Im Department, i am ao my that your h<M.<ti-.W? body have never considered, but snmm&rflr referred them to Committee on the Fire Department, where have enjoyed long and moat profound repone. following are (he subject* alluded to, which I been di*>cufscd hitherto, and which are to he ] on the lilea of your Committee on the Fin pnrtment:?" Kunninsr the Apparatus on the walk;" the r? port of th? lloard of Kngine< the Fire Department, on " Kinging the llell the Fire Dixtricta," which is now on ihe ia' your honorable body, wh^reit has been for tlwn three months ; on 'The Invortance ol licet.. n arieetmg (hose concerned in itiott stead of endeavoring to obtain erejit for t guithing Firescn Inquiry into the 0;iuf b 11 Fire*{;" on " l'eqairing the enclosure cto*irg up of Hoi*twa)a in the Mores and li inca in ihe Cily." Arc. Finally, I wjJI now obteive, that if your 1 r&hle body will uenously couaider the tml above enumerated, and immediately adoj4 suggestions embodied in this re|>ort, I teel ast that the Fire Department of New Vork will ( at the head of the tire departments of the w But to insure thia proud distinction, sloeplet-a lance must lie exercised bv its maniciual guard Respectfully submitted. ALFRED CARSON, Chief Engine Common Council. board of aldkrmkn. Sift. 4.?Alderman Morgans presiding. The 1 met at 6 o'clock. A report im reoeived ttom the Croton Aqu Department. in compliance with a resolution ( board. It stated that the total amount of u> received /or permit, to make connection with st lrom the passage of the law authorizing the pel l'eb. 6, 1&4A, to the Slit of July. ISM. *u Total expenditures, (24 201 7U ; Bet ineome. >lo,3 Ordtred to be printed. Another communication was sereived from the department, rroommt-nding alterations in the mr levying assessments for sewers, namely, on the lj the main sewer, and not as heretofore in the street*. with Fmall dralna for aurfaco drainage, ai give salaries to the surveyors for that departuiei ..tead of teea. Ordered to be printed. A third communication from this departures commanding alterations In the Lexington ai sewer, with map annexed. Referred to the Coma on Sewers. Several complaints were made by the Chief ! neer against ore run panics for rioting, assaulti disorderly conduct, which were all referred to U prcprlate committee. The Board then adjourned. SirT. 5.? Aldtiman Morgans, presiding. HMLIM SAlLaOAIi. The Committee on Street*, to whom was ref back the resolution requiring the llarlem Kai Company to propel the cars by horses on enterin city, lecommeud the adoption of the original r? tlon. A long discussion took place, the result of i ?aa te la; the document on the table. TUB BUM *011.1X1. >:>TAH1 I.1HMKXT. The Beard of Aaaistanta having adopted an o anee prohibiting all bone-boiling eatabliahmen the city. the ordiuance wan brought up foreoocuri and reauitad in long diacuaaioo. when Anally thi nance ?aa concurred in. The lioard then adjourned. HOARD OF ASSISTANT ALDERMEN Sifrr.MiitK 4.?The Board met at the usual houi Friiliont Rtftrrtd? To have a aewer in The fiuane and Jay atreeti For a new hoae carriage lor company No 47. from Q. W. Sweedon. (or pensaticn for a horae injured by the tailing of a ti Thirty-Brat atritt, Sixth avenue. A eommuuic from City lnaptctor. aubmitting ordinancea for d ii g and tilling aunken iota, in aaveral of the art up town. Report oi committee on atreeta, In fai lay log a cress walk betweeu Spring and Prince at: ojpoaite the Church of the Dlviue Unity Kepi tavor ot regulating and grading forty-fourth a !r< in Fifth avenue to broadway In tavor of p Thirty second atreet. from Seventh to Kighth av Id favor of laving a croaa walk in Twenty.ninth a between Ninth and Tenth avenue. In favor of gra fcc.. 1!roadway between Ihirty-tourth and Foi st reel a. i'apti > JJrtnjttrd.?A communication from theCil apector. recommending the excavation of alip bel pi< ra 23 and 24. North river. Report of Commit) 1'olice. in tavor at paying the bill ot l>r. Charlea M f< r proteaaional servicea at the Seventh ward at house. from May to Annual; amount. (63 60. A r fiow the Committee on Ordinances, recommendla divlalon of the Nineteenth ward into three electioi tricta Report rtcommending the paving, flag \e . of Front atreet. for one hundred teet eaat of . aonatieet. Report, recommending the rrgulatl Forty-filth atreet between Second and Third ave in conformity to the established grade That thi ttrly aide of the Fourth avenue, between Sixth atid I'nion I'ark. be lighted with gaa and that the mi.^ioner of Lamps and Uaa be diracted to carry tame into eflect without delay. nalic H KA 1.1 M ? IMI'Ollt AKT. An ordinance, relative to the preaervation of p health, waa adopted. The tirat section states tl shall not be lawtul for uny person. or persona inc rated, to eatabllab. prest cute. or continue the tra business of bone hmling or hirae skinning withi city ot New iotk or on the laland ot Naw York any auch establishment or eatabliahmenta exi within the hmita aforesaid, ahali be forthwith r?n beyond aaid limita. and auch buiineaa shall be f with abated and discontinued. She aecond ae staWa. that every pert on violating the firat aeetl thia oidinance ahali. upon conviction thereof. be for every auch oflerce to a penalty of five hue dinars Section three deaires that the City ln-[ st all cauae a written notice te be aervtd upon pe in such trade ?r bustueaa for the removal of the b< jouil lb* 1'mttn atoraoald Tb* tilth >101100 >*? ui b trad* or l>u?ln*M b? not dlacontlnuad wltbli tim* fprciflvd. til* City Iciprftor -hall b<- ?mpot to rata* th* ram* to be d'11* Tbi* ordlnanc* tktte elft rt luim*<tiatrly rtoiiiLor tHr. UTt nii tmioi. It ritnolTrd. that th* additional ruin of ft i I prc-biiaUd for thp puipoii* ot pnyinj: th* bit rmr*J In th* fun*ral ?cl*mijltl?? in thl? city to h of tb? lat* (Itn '/.acbary Tajlor. President of V bite J Mate# A CBiniuBieatinn firm th* r<>uiptrolI*r. a.?klni n additinral ajpr< iriatlon for th* T*?r IS.'iO. adopt) d It ?*t torth that th* annual approprii ?? iW on account of dork* andalipa that ?* Idlitloul IHWtTfMrali tinre bt?n ord< r*d, t > < loraard allien tb* <'oinmi?.?lonrr? racomm*nd tit: dtfitltnal appropriation ot fii 000 b* ma I* Tl calli-d lor to pay for th* widening and *xt*nding C atr*?t pl*r It *l?o bfc>m*a ni o*??ary to apply If additional turn of f on account of rrai oata! p? n??? rnaroHTinw r*t-?Ti*i? Of lb* anrtiai appropriation for printing, th?t main* a balanc* ot till., O1.) It will b* n*n***ai Hi* * t the clmluii Ou thla account for tb* balanr* a ?. *r to mak* an additional appropriation ot 1 Tbi* al?o adopted. ni.w tun *m> >r? mxi am man. A rrport of th* Financ* Oommltt** In fk?< granting l*a* of th* blo< k of gronnd In W Franklin. Oatr* and Mm ?tr**?? tn th* N*w atul N*? llar*n Kallroad OWMiy, fW a t. r twtnty '-n* y *ar?. for *<i 000 b*aidra tal*? and m 11 *nt?. tb* ar*<nal buiMInf* t.> r*ruain lor tb* n tl * military till th* 1-t May. 1111. Tb* Board adjourn *4 till 6 o'?l?.ck ou Tbtirtday *T*olng. Cut. 6? Thin Bo*rd raft at tb* uaual hour at roan *i>ortii> R*port ft Commute* In faror of r*pairing W I rent and South ?trr?t? tram I'rck alip to tjbai ? reel, lu r?Tor ri relating nil nre^ i itoui >.ri II u-toii atraet: r? i ort of Fln?n:a CommiUei fator ol (ailing land on Fourth ?rmn?. between I eighth atrrat and t orty-ninth atreat. to Ktl 1 fWlttj report* in tutor ot pa?lnc aarnal orditu for filling In ?unkau lata. nl i ?oj< mm itiiiom. A fiprr from A**i<taat Alilrrniia liryre ?? that n.any complalnta ara bmIi by tli- oitiifl !> aw \ ork. ngalntl the lindaon Rl\?r lUIIrval ran;. eharglag tfcea with aaiog iMpmper rail, i'tiini tha flrttbi through which the rail* v? Ul bad <-< .,dltlon. thua rendering Mid Itwti dangi an I lnr"n*?nirnt for pnbtia uTh?r?-f>ra it reaohad that the committee on atreeta b? r?|Oe?t ln<|uLie Into tbW <uhject and to a certain the tri the rhargea and aiao to aarartain if the aaid ooin hara c<Mpli<d folly with the ortinaaee that g th?m p'rnil>p|om to ua* the (treat* f t railroad |> ara and to report on the tome as ?oon aa pom I adopt ad I!?|k rt ofCnmmlttaa rn Flra Department. in of furalahiag Knglna Company 21 with a ngtn* and aleo allowing tea additional aricarrad In Adjoarat d to Friday waning at Are o'rlork Tint Lat* Railroad Rirrr n*ak Pmwt? Amm or tm*. Ki?-rt?a ?Thr riol on sn mjjht waaro the 1'runay Ivam* and Okio Rail Cafrt. K?wlejr'a rorri|*ny r??aclird th?* aen battli* on Monday evening, and foithwith |>r<x <l to makr arrrata. (jp to lb o'ckx-k yrat* they arrrared thirty-two Corknniana, whom found at work ?n the road. M.rny of th? m Mi?-x|*rtrdJy taken?they were aurpriaed ai bwld array of aoldiery. Aa eiamiaalion ?? before a Jiiatice of the IVacc, the reault <>t a waa that comnntmenta w-re made oat for whole parly. Th? following are their cam' Ale* htapietaa, Morrn Ktujerlaad, Pat t*ull Tboa Haya, Wm. Patajr, Naiken Paryer, Cunnir^hani. ioa. Pirkaon, l*at Caahan, Redden. John Oarat n. Jamea Uir(, John O'fl Maftia iHifly, Paaiel halbvan. Jamea H? lfcnnia Mr( arlhy, Sullivaa, Com Oarren, Praaia Pria Kill, John Moora, lli'*|h. Ku|f?e i.ynth, Uarfx e Conamg, McCarthy, Jan* a Martin, John Toomy, I Sullivan, Jcar | h WaJkrr, Paaial Hallivan. I Lyona, Mjchaal l?au?y They were p?it on I the little ateaawr >*ur, and brought to tha well guarfed From the landing they paraded through aome of the atretta to tl?e jail immenr* crowd following, of courne. Tkuae walked over the hot ground give burrthW aoc< of tUa aad wotk done by the Corkaaiaaa O^Tiamht men wera driven out of thair ah . iwln the wooda, with wtvaa aad children, aa the ahantrea were deairoyed with their *on M??. wo?T>?a, ai<d fhiMren wera <MNnp*H< aleap ia ?he wmxia daring thf tight* (fa ) f*oaf, Jpg 8. f ?ub- lapmae Otait-b Chii^?n, llude, the late kxtsnuve faii.i rk or slydam, saoe and at to co. (HAItUKB or rEX.TI BY AND UlAfD Try to Brtr. 4.?The ?iwtn?tloa of thia oiu >u niuiMd ev?l this morning. VOUr John H. liicks, of the Arm of Ilicksit Co.. tualud. (U.w (J.?Wm tbere not reclamations onthe Sour consigned ft! through you by 8uydam.ltag* *Oo.! A.?There sera; . they were paid by 8. P.kOo ; I do not know why the nave ,0nneetlon betweaa ovrhouwud that or 8. 8. L Oo. round wae broken ?H, I am not aware that It wu ({?Are s De- you oryour firm creditors ot Suydaiu, Sage It Co.T A. Side- ? We bold tbeir acceptanars. ?rs of ByMr Judah?Of whom did tbeflrm of Sajdam. la for fca(r &. Co consist, when yon drat did business with >le of tbtm? A.?I think the same a* the preaeat; 1 don't | morp think Mr Ferdinand Stiydi.iu. sen., w?a then a rneinr 1, hep; I dont rememberwhen Mr OldrlM guydnm went ?" out of Ida fillu; 1 have nut bad any trnMafltlail witn '? ln" Jlr. lUdy Joi between t??and thrte years past. y.? Atiu- What was (he eause of your ceasiu* to do bualmns its Of *t<bhiuj' a ?As 11*ar as 1 ran recollect. it ?a* beHlld cause he wanted to to further tbau we wished; he luild- wanted UiOle lacililita tbau we were willing to grant. 0 - 1 o yeu rtcolltct a bill bring off*red to you by tono- tody1! A ?Ills bill was ottered to us by a broker, buc

not by bin self; that wan a tew weeks previous to tbe | " " tail ore ol 8. 8 & Co <J.-l>id you take that bill? l (l^uettion objected to ) A.?We did uot take It bejureu cause we did not wl*b Ibe name of Mr. Body constand necttd with our tlrw in that way. y.? For wbat orld. cause! A ?Because it would be no aiirautage to vigi- us. Q.- Would jou have conxidtrtd It reputable liana. or disreputable to be cocuected with Mr Body' W itnraa- 1 wouid rather uot answer that question; it would Lm a (llA*dva.iitair?* to anv house to lw ununt>RtHil ipr largely with Mr. Body. U.?Was it your reason for refuting the bill ithat you thought U ilisrrputable' A.? It that we considered It diradvantageous. 1 won't ssi dinrespeetable, w did not wish to be connected with Mr liody for reasons stated before Hoard By defendant's counsel ?Q.?Do you know the Arm of Uiles. Hod h Co . of London? A?We hare had no edact transections with them; they are said to be respectable. >1 the Q.?Did not the firm of Buydam. Sage X Co. express ?nry* ilissatisfactieu at the amiunt of reclamations charged wers, ty you ? A.?They expressed disappointment, not mits, dissatisfaction y ?Did they not attribute them to a Ut !>0. mismanagement of the property A ?I do not re37 71. eollect anything of the kind; the reclamations were made ions eighteen month* ago; It may hare been ame from to 16.000 to 20 000 barrels of Hour they shipped >de of through us; there were several operations Q? Was In* of It not 32IWO barrels of flour and 8.000 bushel? ol wheat' cross A?It Is possible; that was the amount of wheat, I nd to think; there might have been 32,000 barrels of flour, st la- but It is more than I supposed. lly Mr Judah.?Did they do business with )ou after it, re- making the reclamations' A?Yes. Q?la whose renue name were the shipments made A ?All the shipjittee ments were made iu their own name; we hare not been offered any shipments by Suydam. Sage & Co. which Engi- we dellned. I. and l'laintiff's counsel offered to put in evidence, a notice le ap- to the public from the house ol Buydam, Sage 4c Co. relative to their failure. The notice was a printed card cnt from the Jvurnal of Cmmtrer of 28th August last, it was objected to by the defence on the ground that it was not a correct copy of the statement made erred by Suvdam. Sage it 0a., but contained various lnaculroad racies and typographical errors. g the lit LaKoque said that they offer to furnish a corisolu r' ct < opy. and he requested Mr. Van Uuren to enter on his minutes that they did so. vhieh Mr. Van Buren did not consider their offer part of tfce objection, and he declined inserting it on his notes ol the examination. rdin- The defendants otyeotad to go further with the exts in amination until the Judge decided whether they were rense entitled to their offer being placed upon the records, ttord- The Judge was attending the Circuit Court, and the question was reserved. Mr Van Buren?Will you admit that this card was published in the Jvurnal ?/ Commirct i Counsel for Defence?We admit nothing. We offer to furnish a correot copy. r. Mr Van Bureu?We want yon to admit that yon arimas, rested Mr. Clarke for perjury; or if you do not admit >, Ike., it. we are prepared to prove It. com- Mr La hoque? Oh ! that we will admit ree In Mr Van Bui en then wiote down the admission that ation Mr. Clarke was arrested on th? charge of perjury .after Iraln- Buydsm Page it Co had been held to bail for this in Dues vestigation; but counsel for defenco subsequently said ror of i that Mr \ ail liureti had hotter nrn? hit i<iim Mi*** reet?. would admit nothing. ort In Kol?rt lergunon. printer, and annixtant foreman in trnet, tb* olio tf the Journal oj examined Proaving ducen a copy of that paper dat?d 24th Auguat last; the enue. ptatrmi lit xigned Wy Miydam. Wage at Co. wa? pubtreet. lit hell in lt;>tbe circulation of the Journal of Conwtrct tdlnK, I Im lieve to' be between four and five thoucand. Q.? rtleth Iiaa there iieen. cine* that rtnti rarnt *u published any contradiction or coirectlon ot it ' A .Not that I ;y In- am aware of. If there wa?. I think I should have aeeu it. :?no Crotr-rxamined-Q ?Who sailed on you to produce eeun that paper, and when ' A - I don't know the gentlelamb. man * uame. he called at the office just now and atlon brought with him a newtpaper ?lli> purporting to be a eport copy ot that alatement; 1 don't think there in any dlf g the terence between that and the one I produce, aj ft apB dl?- p< Hred to be cut I rem a papi r of the *ame date firing. John II kitolilng examined I reelde In Brooklyn, Task- and am agent for two Kngllab houxe* ?r rathi-r one on ot hou??. vllh one branch In London and the other in Llnuni, verpool, Allan k Anderaon of London, and Jaa Mcllen- . ? ea? ry of Liverpool; I knew tfee houae of huydaui gage*. Co. , treat tor good many year*; 1 have traneacted buainea* with Com- theoi prior to their failure; my Brat tranaacliou with ' the ttum wa* about two yeara ago, which coutinuad through the pa?t year 4U to the apring of to. I advanced upon flour fur account ot my lrieud? at the otner ublie *ide; I received the rhippiug docuuienti from ttuydam. bat It '' i* ^ Co . In tU?h name and gave them a aberk for orpo- the rueney. which I agreed to advunce; I drew upon ,de or thr bourea in Ktigland to wbom I nent the good*, the n the g?od? weie vent lorward to be fold tor lh? partto* xhip and in theea?e of guydam. Hage Co., they were sting Mnt for Ibelr arcount aud rUk, I have nkipped tor loved Mr flody. he J> gan to nblp with me,at nenr a< I can orth rtcmifn in.ium i kid ijuue cmmo il wm in J urif, I otlon btllev* It was about 6,000 barrel* of flour I rhlppad on of flrvt lor b,m- l> " Bclura that tlmn had jdu rta-ou to liable know whither 8uy dam. Page & Co were (.hipping.' A. ? idr*d They were Bit shipping through me. a bunt that tluie ector lattidWr Sage 11 be wai shipping. aud he *ald he rMI? him**If van not shipping U - What direction* did Mr Body give you at to the payment uf the adrano*' ,_|f A ?I don't think h* |IT? me any at tb* time of tb<> a the coii?tgnB?e|it. ?b*u the -hipping document ratue in. an r*red ord?r alwsy* accompanii d it to pay the advance to hall (u)dim Page 1 Co at the time Mr. Sage said be vaa not >bi| ping be told me Mr Body waa shipping <1 ? Where waa Mr Body' oflloe at that time? A ?We al. way* addrearcd blm at BuyJam. flag* al Co'*; I be, , Il?v? that that waa bis offlce; I generally trat.*acted burine** ?ilb hint on'change, or at my own offlre; I lo?*r I don t thiol I had noir tnan one letter fro>n Mr Body and at I have not got that with ine, I can't *ay from * hire h* dated hi* letter* ({-Have you >?"B . Mr Body tranraetlng businot* in lb* *.?m? building * ,or with Buydaa. Page & Co.* A.?I don't know wh.il jcu n t an t>y tranractiiig bu*lne*a: 1 hare reen him In , their roiiBling houte if.- Ila? he trannarted hltown T,r*' bu*tn->i.? with you In the building with fluydam flags >*rT' i to 1 A?1 think n<>i y ?Did Mr ll .dy k-epa de*k ? *n at flu i dun fag* I. Co '< ' A ? I *up|?o?e h did a- we , i aJwaj * got teplie* to our m te* In due c>ur?e, t Ji h>p stent* wide tor Mr Body were In the name ol J Body; >r an the ?ecood shipment* Were In Jul/. I think. and were **' about d iJt'? or H 000 Iiiimv they were mu le iu tbe Be Die way * the one I bare tinted; the shipment* continued tbiMigh the month of July. <1 tVbat *a* tbe quantity doting that month' A ?I c;m't rJ'Mate i laelly. I Ih'tik Irom It IKiO to 1 ,"<#>') burrel* ii V ?What aa* the advance i n (hi uobl^tgonti teipurl. ' lug the prlee of tbe New Vork market*' A We ipp<?~uwr w*?? advancing at lenst I - > fhllilBK* margin . on all occasion* H.~ llow did It compare with the hit B'ket pgicaa at tbe tine the advance ? a* made' A. /! r - I tw ! r?t | an. I* ol flour were i u per tine Cmadian . flour, w? adt ai.ced four and three quarter dollars a " barril w# nnrt- r?too?t the market price to t- tire to eeas- gya at d an eighth per barrel U ? W hat ?* the p.cu" bi*m te-ponnbility al John B?-dy at tha'. time' A I really koew ? ? bint M It. y - What ?a* It considered m at that time on 'Chang*. A ?My reply to that question Ii. that In my tian*nclion* with Mr Bnd.v I did not mniider lutu aa a responsible man bn* I did not at?r think It waa nece*?ary. I I <oked to the go d' y.? t" tbam ?!, nt would y?n have ma4c the Urge.t aJiam* on ud to the ram* flour, fuydam. Bage A Co orll?dy' A- To . ; la hryi am lt|*kO >i -Mk hat eblpnient> wera madrky ? ? r 'ljin ma noninoi Mi((u-l' A rrm IZIKO t" iward mih.4 b?rr?l? thr?ojrh ?? Q - Hot nurh of ibat. idc*1? || aay ?i< ahlptiad after tb-' fallara of Juydam, ' N|> 11'? ! A I 'h ula think ten ib'Uaand barrel* I < I'wt, I on r?> t alia t" nitr tba mark "i brand my j atlnj ItrifMt' n la that n bat* a< ptra if thr Inrolaa". If M or Ikrj ?L<>* Ibf luaika r-u can ha?a lh?m tf. ?1ta? Com- the rraiic roant with H< It iflrt Ihp f .l.ur? tlw ??m? and a* J'-n bar* d?icrib?d with rigarJ t<. Iti tK- r ?litp ; Id. in niriita ? A Tha ahipmant "I tb? tan th' U ?bJ l??raroaa r*l? (J> fn f wa? arranrad Mr b< f'>r? tha fallur?. anj ?M p B^M>ilaf|rr I arranged with Mr B<>dy t" ba?a tha ad to iiiaianlri i f huy<lam fair* k l ?. tftlirt r?fl??iith of ||, B> | |,ad tbalr iruarantaa ?| a prari'Ua parrrl f 1 P"nT ab"Ut ill tb-uaaad l*tr la <{?Wny waa tbat guar- | I ranta autre tak>n f A I a?k- d tb* guaraataa baeauaa I | j urpo bad adranrad what I a<>n?l4*rrd a larj llharal ammint Nf - <>a tb* prubua tblpnnli and b?t"r* 1 ??nl turthar . t l?b'd Pu) dam Vaga k Co'a raap->B"lblllty agalnat i faror i,,t|P Q.?tt aa tbl* |uarant<a afUr tlia failure A ? *w Ob tha parral of t*b tl*>u*and barrala. wblah waa | cob eludad altar tba falluia. tbaia waa b<> *o?iantar. Mr t>4y t< k a laaa advaaaa la llau "I ilw |t?r?nl??. tbara waa anma wh? at ahlpcrd auba?ju<-ntly. or at* ut tba >ami tint i>f tba tan tb<naand barrala; tbara waa ! ? aK ut twenty tb uaa> d bualiala of wbaat, It waa ahlppad In tba nama of J B. d?. I ballara U -Wb?n nd?T did thla wbaat roBia fr'm ' A - Mr H I; t"IJ ma ha road, would ??t ma a ahtpmanl ft<>m Mr Aa?e. that war Jn?t l? of pti'r to tba ahipniaat i( Ham ju anj n>?ni o* rad- haawlngthat Abjdam.fta?r A t'o had that wheat1 A ? fday r,r*H "l?l I <* tba aamp'aa at thalr nfll** bb4 ih' T Mr ha W.ald g"f ma th-a?B>'f?maal M ? Waa any gnaiantra gt?ra "8 tbl* ahlpin*ul ' A I aaa't anawar p? altlrrly. I Ikiak a 4 I raa aaravtatn 1 ly iaf?rrln? t>. mjr b" ha y Who waa. a< lac aa yi a held kB< w, tba aba>duta awariai tba pr party. A. Mi Inch Body I ah'uld aay treat tba ahtppia* doi-ami-ata. ha tha rapraaaatad blm*?lftn l>? tba oaaar. q Wh"?aitd -a Bag a rapraarat aa tba ah?al?t? i.awr it tha ptv*arty ivan, * ~from tba a?4lTar?Btlea X t ?d with Mr I iM ahoBld aay that Mr R>-dy waa tha ' ?wM tb* proJohn *"'1 ,lt* ha?l?a?aa tl - Whom i *" - PWH'- cvw WFII Oi Ml npomiinni i? m? own?^ ? i?I wr"? *kl|.jo<l fc|r ll.dy ' A Mr b?4T u '** . >ki? 414 Mr H?f? nfr??mi u 1h? iwo?r of th? t V?* wkoat A. I <J?o i itiink ?!? .tiiwatt) lo tk? *kl^lohn a>?nt nf <*..k. .t Mr *?? "all anitklnc ab?'Ut It Tim _*> ii otaalaalloa ?l< Mr ?? ? >??nl 'hat k? wm ftirai-ktng tk? n?rili I* Mr H"4j a? U [Wat. tfijnllir t*t iijt o* IhfH iklt ward Uan* a batrH ? th. raw <ai *bt t? , It ?u ' ?"?" cit? ' rofrroaeo lo tl^aM adTanoM. I thick Mr. ?t? 1*14 bio h? waa *iuifi( lo nak* Ihll awfll (< ^7? "r Ho4' *m* ,h"? * >"* ? ""i1 * ?? ? * * ? 1 " I ?hl| ??ni? n* tb? rootltti'-a* na wklok ko off?ro4 Ik ??'* I 4oa1 r?(?IUrt aajthn* imthar Ika* * ?"*. *r Ml l?|i *tt>lalao4 /knt h* -an vtlilaff lo rlafc tkl? ?a?A he ? III wao ..ma, u i?k? tk, .k. ! ?kU "f ?te*a ? - k' a?t4 that ha 41.1 o<* aoat to ko ra<p?a 4 ill ?lklo ft?r UrUB.IIoM' a t.?; 1 Iklak II u ? ? >dl, Ilk# It k* 04 4 in fartk?r ^??4koi the ita ??i f?r*w Z..I. ol a?ar 4or|.~t *'M ? Mr Klt?kia(? araao taalaalloa roa. I t:no?4 - Ar? ;<?a ah* U Mm* lM>tu?NS to* iwhrdix m t? fete* and quantities of tk? different ahlpmanta, and the M?uli?(tkiMn*oM! [WitaaM produced documenta which ahowed the tot* la to be 28,3(1 b?*r*le of Hour to Body; 7,1ST to Stewart (wttBUMI eUrh), and 20.2W6 buahela of wheat to Body, and,at other timea, 16.042 1 739. and 2,616 kuaht-U of whett alao to Body. Wltneaa also produced a memorandum of check* Mid to 8. 8. k Ov aloe* the 6th of Auguat: Aug. 8, >.1.7?8; 13th. >26 600; lflth, >20,300; 21 at, $18,026; and 3d 8?pt . >8,344 26]. Q -Have not 1 Buy dam, 8a^efe Co paid yon all the reclamation! due 1 bv thrm' A.?They hare. U-?I? there any ahlpmant j < n tba llat produced by yon made by Bnydam, 8age V Co. alnca the lat of January. A.?No. there la not. y ? What portion of that paper waa ahlpped ' und, r the arrangrmiiit with Body for 10 000 barrela A -6<C barrela ( n 2d Auguat; 600 on th?< 7th; 4 000 on tbe loth; and 1.000 on the 6th that make* 6,000 un- i der that specific arrangement (J ? You apokeyesterUay ot a letter to yon Ironi U< Hy ruapectiog thin transictin; can you produce it? Letter produced [It proport <1 I he arrange!!!! lit. and mentions the advance of loua and a ball per barrel on in (Ho barrel* ] Witins s continued 11bin a day or two attar 1 returued to town. 1 bad hti lnt rylc# ? lib llody and I ?8!<enied in cm I'lupoMtiou to auvauce >4 .Ml per barrel wn the 10 000 barreli ?>f Hour, winch lie proposed to > ftnp. cd the utdcistandiug tl'at I was to receive j guydam, Sage & Oo.'s guarantee against cay reclamations; documents were tent in for <1 i'0U barrels, ' icsi.ud of 10 000. h !-w dajs "ul ir<(ui nt to the failure; j 1 I tben ruggerti d to Mr Body tb?t I iihould receive ' some responsible party a* guarantee; the mutter re- | D alned open tor about h 'ay and be assented t< a furtber proposition to rrduce the advance to a quarter of a dollar per barrel, iu litu of the guarantee, the freight being nfnepence stilling par barrel y ?Were the agnements for the hbipaefct* rf the lO.OOti barrels made between you and Mr. Body, before the failure of ] 8uydani.6aget.0o' A?Yes y ? On whlrhof these fliti.niei.ti did Suydam Sage & Co. give y<iu a guaran- I tee? A?I can't auiwer that question without j reference to the books y.?llave you laoked since yesterday tor any of Mr. Body's orders to vou to pay the advances to Buydam. Sage & Co f A.? I told niy clerk t? look far them, and be say? we have Bone; 1 believe we received 'uch order* on all shipments in Body's name; I presume they have bees lent ta London or Liverpool; 1 beard of the bouse of tiiles, Bon k Barki r, of London, though I do not know ibem pi-r> orally y What ii the credit and standing ot that house ! A.?I always understood it to be very respectable in its line y -Did you lately buy In m De Lanuey & Co. a hill drawn by Mr Clark on Mr. Body A.?I boaght about A'l.VO* (sterling) worth of bills of lading for Hour, which would be about $8,000. y.- Md you or did you not cinsiderMr Body a respectable man to do bualaeaa with? A.?My best answer to that is the amount of business I did with him if ?Did you find your respectability improved by dealing with him ? A.?Other parties are endravoring to injure my respectability, through that means, that Is by faying I took business that other rei-pectatie houses would not take; I cannot say what parties have said so. but it was said In consequence of the tectimony in tills case, ot my having done such a large amount of business with |Mr. Bardy that it would injure my bills. After tome further questions the examination was < adjourned to this day. Nnprenae Court. SPECIAL TEKM. Before Hon Judge Kdwards. SrPT. 6.?Isipohtait Wn.u Casi.?Maty H. tinltnn and vlhert, rs. Louita Lynch and Dominick Lynch Imvrenie impltadtd itlIh t'irdtruk Dt ftysltr and othrn. , ? jinn case uu ofu migaieu lor years, ana me " public are already tamlliar witli the particulars It J ' is respecting the will ot the lata Domlnlck Lynch, * dated Id June. 1826, whloh, It Is contended, provides : that, after bequeathing hi* household furniture to hla , wile, Jane Lynch, his executor* should invest the sum : of (bo.UH), and that out ol the Income thereof. (3 000 ' should be paid each year to hla wife, and that the re- j . sidue ot the income arising out of said $60,0t?0 should : be reinvested, and form an accumulating fund during , the lile of the said wife; and at her death the >00.000 fl.ould be divided iuto el^ht parts and that each of ' the seven ehildrea of the testator t-bould receive an ( equal sum; and that it either of the children should die before the wife, the clilld or children of ?uch deceased testator should receive the share ot the deceased pan nt; but If sach deceased left no child, then hit ' share was to be divided among the survivors of the said >even children. Mr. Wood contends, en behalf of the plaintiffs, that 1 ' the decree act forth iu the answer cannot affect them, ' as tbey were not parties to it; and that the admission " in the bill of complaint, of the clause In the testator's 1 will by which the plaintiff* ia this suit were made d<? : i isees. was a fraud upon the court without which such ' a decree could not hare been made That the exe- 1 tutors bad power only to Invest >60 000 In bonds and 11 mortgages, or if the wife was willing to accept oertain P part a of real estate, to make such arrangeiuenta. and ' to divide the residue. Imt the J.00,000 and the aoouinulatioiis, or the land winch the widow should accept in !' lieu thereof durlug her life, at her death are to be dl- I ' vlded among the children then living, or the children '? of a deceased child who may survive the widow, and ol cannot be divided before, because, until that event, the " devisee* are not ascertained and until then they bad * no fixed interest. but a bare possibility The plain- ? ' tiffs. on the death of Henry, in the life time ot the P widow, were entitled to one-eighth of the said lands, *' and the d< aths of Alexander and Jane entitle the plaintiffs to one-sixth of one eighth ot their respective f< shares, wl lch In addition to on? -eighth on the death * of Henry Is equal to one-sixth of the whole. And it Is '< further contended, that tin y are entitled ta th- land Instead of the money, because the widow was willing to accept, and did accept It; and that It was for the *' ttemrai iniereni <11 me < hiaii' mill m" real properly iibeuld ba art start for her annuity mutead of the nmtry, the defendauta by their act? having prevented the Inveatmcut thireof. Mr Y B. Cutting urged tlir following p'inta od hehalf of bin cllenta, Loulea Ljnch and !>omtniek I. Lawrence- That the dlvlatan of the ent*te carried into > ilrot by i ho dene* of the Court of Chanrary. waa lalld arrangement aud a?tt It meat That thet?*tator Intended tbat hie eatala. (except tha fOU (WO charged with Ibe annuity In laror of hi? widow.) ahould ba divided without unneceaaary delay. |The provialon directing the Investment of |MlM9 wii t?r the aole l?n< fit of bin widow. Ai the raiting of ao large a nam would Involve a aacrif.ce of ptopiity. ho authorlied hi* uldow. if ahe < l:ow to dlapanae with the fulfilment of tha will ! thin mpect? to aceept of a life e?tnt* in lieu of It- and authorlied ail the mt of hla Mat* to he then diTlilrd. llr alio authorlied any other arrangrm ui cr dlapoeltlnn of tha property, prorirf-d it weie with tbitTDMit of all pan lea int-re-ted Conp I irl llfnlnrt eooteud* that the partial Intereeted Iff) Iboia capable, at the tlmr of hi? d< *tb, of eon renting It li Irrational to auppoaa that ha had in \ view grandchildren (yet unborn), living at the death ..fhl??id<w It t* farther contended that the parti- I tion of the eatate In the null In Chancery, by the on- 1 nut cf the part lea in Interest. wai biniling upji all of them. Thr childr< n of Henry l.vncli have ?i?> intere-t , in or title to the portion of the ea'ate coavejed to J a tie lynch and f reveiIc III l'ey>tn lu truat It la it.c<4uit.<bl< uiUrllriiry Lynch haa received and as- | cepted hi* hill portion of tha whole e-tate (M4i 4 In ' Ibe moat formal and lolrmn niaaner. and lujetioued by Ihe decree of th? court in a suit Instituted by him lor the f urpone ) for hta children to claim tb? ah.?r.<* , Hi tied l(UI wfrnoin! < l I.. 11 i t.i ||.> hut .in , (rrot In the property conveytd I hat It wna not tie- 1 muiy to Include them In Ibe ault In Chanearr. and. therefore Mr Cutting conteoda that thi* complaint j 017 ht to be <il>Itl*K<<l Court of (Jrriaral ffeaalon* FiTr. Z - liriore the Recorder, and t? Aldermen lnitil'4 tm Kirali*ra H'afrA ?m iliiaa e Cinl'h mi placid at the bar for trial on an indictment far a tealIrg. in April la-t a g?ld ? a?< h. valued at 77. the pro puty of I, JC Klae.No S3 Maiden lane Thec?IJ?aee , abductd on the part of the pro-eeutlon ana tbat the I nrlnomr a aa t? 11ml In the rrwaeiaen of th? waieh. a wM<-b h* had told toa Mr Palrl< K McMaam. on tba I part ofth* II * * hoan cot,rlu?i??ly thattha li aalt k ? a* purrha??d tor J ? > h; I ?onard H .Tilth tha p.lrouir'a Itotkrr. ?k?Uitl9>J that h* pur> ja*d t h* ?a!d w*t< li fr< m man ?llrd l'< t< r Wll?j *h<i ctor ti to hi* pnl.II" boo** rormr of Tana! ?tr?*at ao I I n adaay ? tha 'i.'k of April, and nf?r*4 tha watch lo' )"U and th- wltc*aa gmrr |W. at tint Urn* tba " rrl?ot>r >u abrml Irrn ih> rltr and an hl-rturu ? bf M" Ik' ??t?h to ti ro la ?all and tl>a raault *M I' that ha wild It to Mr Mr-Waaii* Tha Di-trirt Attor- li v*f ?t?i d to tha ' unit that * lb' <*aa<* *xhlMt><t |< lt**lf. ha ?boald r?ot i k for r>mlr'.inn Th* lory, Ihtnlor*. oa a krtaf bar fa from tha Kaaordar. found ,, Ik* prlMiaar not gullijr. ( luit?./* *? ? ? -Thaaait pri?oo*r pla^-l a' th* har lew trial. * a* Mlehaai llurr who aiood lnd.at?l lor " ntialiBuaaalrhlrr.nl Ih* |.fl?otl of 1? Iwaril A fta?. K nn th* I'th of Ma) laat Th* prl? o?r. It oa? ??i II iBdlrttd lb roei>??tl?in aitb lau othrra. oa* nf ah.io It bytkaaamr of l1 Mlitaii. ?a? rotiTlet*d at tba lat' l?rni and a*at*in d to tba * tat* prl?on The d*poBl lion nt Mr faaii all raad akich ?tat*d that th* pftK>n<r M.aUhrd Ibr aatth Iroia hi n-ik a all* lathirorirj atura i a th>- <orf?r ol UnLln(t'i and Mr* ita Mn rti>, at tin- ti?* th* ?I'B#'I ? ia Buraul* o 'I fullltaa a ho la.i ja-i >to|?n bla porkrt book roaiala b 1*1 Kir ))<t 1 h? *?l4*a<-a ?'B th* part of th* da1*aaa |a a olio > b"? th it th prlauar r *oaU aot ha?* b*a? , I ha iBdlTldual who atairhrd tbn ?at*b Tb* Jary j, iib Ii r thr ehaiga of tba Coiiit. fauad a ?ardli t of aot , galMf. I'ldf */ B.-rjU'p A aotorloua Individual. rail* 4 Cbarlr i ?? * wo-hi on* lit b flora th* ( outt for tilai. ? |.a a rhaig* if karglary ia tha third daft** Mr A A. | I'kllllpa. roanifl f r tc* a> enrad pr***atM aa a!1tda J vlt iknwlej Ik* nlMrar* of a material altnaaa ah*ant * >inl>r rn; wr?>>r; i?r ir> uriawo. ii? unnin \ 11011)* y l uilMqol tba ld?a of ?mdaTlti ntd< by yrl ?< rr*. aatilfg forth tba aNaaar* nf vUvmi. | i I UIuiimi waatad if. ka?w whff tba i'tn ti f ??! ! who wm UtirfNiMlhl Imp'Kltit ! ?ltn< m ' Alik> kp*? ?t> thai bla naaa waa t'Harlaa H DI'idji It. dlil not bara much faith 1a tba n??? of Cbaitoi WllltuBit, It vm fat* Ilka th? aataa od Joha faith laufhtar -a rttj dl?c nit p?rwnn? li> b" U nan althonjn tbara wm? aa? auabar ?l tbaai it iba market Mi Pht1l>p? natrkri. thai tt? Ckarln VrilllaB* ?a? a la* IU mat a lit Wtlllajaa . thrra vaa an hutubai about him (laaghtar ) Ml; that at prr*>at ha not gtra hi* rraidaaaa . but ha wa? Inforraad. and tarlly baltar.d that ha *aa a in a t? rial wttaaaa In Iba hum, aad waa aba*at la I'aaaaylraala (I. a ugh l?t) Tba Court, ca a abort r< aaultatloa. allnwad'ha aiotl'a aad tba trial vaa poatpoaad uatll aait lam I'i a W?.a? fta* - PuUlraa Oartar. a ealorad aa waa j.laaad at tba Wr. aa a abarga of harln* la b 1 a p<('??alon a aluag ahot Jaaoh Uroaa. a poltaaa a a of tba Tbin nib war*. taatiAad that h? arr?iUl tba prtaoaar, and fnuad la hit poakat a alaa* ah at W? wltaaaa itaM that ha waa lafennad by a rolorad *aa>at> that tba prlaoaar bad tba aiang ?hot la hla yookat. aad haw.at with bar and touad It, aa iha atatad Tba prVaaar n hla arraat atatad that a man lnagahara cava it ta him. aad ha aaraly put It Into hla ptabat. without at; iataat ta Ma H la aa* way what nar It waa uadaaaUod that aoma aaawV had aoaaa matlfo a>ataat Mm, Wad ?il Ilia taatraaMat ta ha |l"? ta btaa aud aahaaaa.aUy aaaaurad bta arraat, lih lh> hopo of baatag kta aaat U ? htata artaaa. Th* blaMct Atioraar did aot araaa a aaaatataoa. aa It waa aaparaat t hat tba aaaa CM a* taaaa wttblalha pMt a# 5a law, althoagft tha la# pmm4 la l?M wty braad It aaya. " that aaf paraaa wW ?hati ba fbwad la aaiaaloa afaatoai akat, ar aa la^aaa* partaialag ta Uha tM *afl * ?m?* n*Mt to It* year* In th* IUU Recorder iwd tba to regret that IU ao broad that the mrulu. m " taaoooBt up a slung shot 1b the public ?t'?*t, leg a short ilUtMoo, a poUoMnaa taking custody aud finding it on hi* paraou. he would ti9^ M under thl* law. pronounced g uilty of a felony, ana consigned to a State prison euch waa not the In tention contemplated. The intent of tba partial carry* Ing *uob a weapon should be ikon I> thll caae tit prisoner. aaid the Recorder baa exhibited an exoaUaat chararttr.au a man of mild disposition ; therefore It would be. poaribly, urjust to conviot. The jury without leaving their neat*, found a verdict of not guilty. The Itenorder called up the prisoner and Informed bin ihat the jury could hare found him guilty, but thay had good reason to beileve. a* well a* the court, from the pood character just gh en ol him by ('apt Tunnell, lor whom he hinl w?rke? that he <u iguuraut of the exltletee ot the law. and that be had no felouloua lnt?nt in the por-seisiun of the slung shot; notwithstending, hi had a very narrow escape. and in future he advised him should any other person offer biiucue again, ta thro* It overboard at one* Tba prisoner (Hilled luuet graciourly and bowed to the court, thanking them most kindly, and left The verdiit appeared to give universal satisfaction. as Ironi the gotd imtuieil countenance of the negro it waa Htldent the giving him the slungshot waa the act of acme designing persons Trial/or Hurglary in Ike tint lUgree.?k Dutchman, by the name ol Frederick Uisenbottle, waa put ou trial. charged with hurglarloualy entering the dwelling li?u>? of John Walter. No :MOak street, ou the lTtS ol May last, aud itealiug therefrom aome four doilara in money The prisoner was caught in the act. but a doubt existed as to the manner the prisoner enteredthere waa no evidence that any force waa used. and the presumption waa that the back window might have been open, and the rogue entered withou! breaking any fattening The jury under the charge of tha court, toui.d the accused guilty of petit larceny, and not of the burglary, and the court sentenced him to the penitentiary for six months Charge ?/ Grand /.iivctny ?Three sailors, by the namea of lienry Allen. John Bmith. aud John William* were placed at the bar for trial, on a charge of grand larceny, in bieaking open a trunk on the'J4th of July last, and stealing therefrom clothing end aome jewelry, valued at V21? The property was in the poaaesslon of Rirbard fairiden. lailor boarding housekeeper nt No. 0 Oliver street Mr C'arriden. the witness, stated that the prisoners boarded with him and that a portion of .!)? article* were found In the possesion ot the ancused >artie*. The District Attorney stated. an the amount if the stolen property wa? but a trifle over JV which nade it* grand larceny, he would only claim a eoaiction for petit larceny, which the prisoner* were rilling to plead guilty to; anil a verdict wit thus ound. The Recorder then pawed judgment by giving Ulen 10 day* in the City 1'rison. and timith and tt'ilinm* 2 months each in the Penitentiary. Young Burglmrt.?Three born, under the age* ef Ighteen year*, by the namei of Thomas Quinn. Oeorgw itason and John Nolan, were brought before the court n a charge of burglary, in entering uninhabited Iweiling*. the owners being in the aountry. and plunlerlng then of all the valuable* they could collect, rhe voung scamps pleaded guilty to petit larceny, ind the Court sentenced them to the penitentiary ? ;uinn for6 inrntlis Maion. 5, and Nolan. 4 month# Tht Hiotou* Tuiluri.?An application was made by the icunsel for the ten journeymen tall?r? now confined n the Tomb* on a charge of riot, for a reduction of >all, some of them being held by the committing ma[iotrite in the *um of fftouo, wbioh amount the couael laid they could not prooure; but a le**er amount, ihich would equally secure their attendance lor trial, hey could possibly procure Mr. McKeon. the Dlarict Attorney, in answer to the application, state* hat be had just learned that Mr David liurohatn on? if the policemen of the Sixteenth ward, who received a tab in the side during the riot, was nearly dead from he effect* ot the wouud and that be hoped the Court vould delay any aotion in the redaction of bail, until he case of the Injured policeman wa* further investi;ated. The Court postponed any action until to morrow *htn certificate of the doctor attending the woundre policeaisn will be produced. 11 being now 4 o'clock the court adjourned until 11 >'clock to morrow morning. Ilelore ltecorder Tallmadgo. and Alderman Shaw and Miller Si.rr. 4.?At the opening ot the court this morning, be Keeoider gave the derision ot the Court on ttaa implication to reduce the nmnunt of bail, now p?ndi*x igain*t the ten journeymen tailor* confined in the Comb* for trial on a charge of riot. The Court ordered hat the ball be reduced to fUX) in each cane. Several if the prisoners had been held to bail by the coantiting msgUtrate. In >3 000. which amount, it *eem* wat IWB luau IUP {?ri.-uiirrh wrn* rnuuivu iu procure l u? rfroorr* now will he able to find bail. aud obtain their Ucharge Irom rtntody. hurtlary in the Thud Degree.?A man by tha name of homa? Wilch w>? placed at the bar for trial on an idlrtment lor burglary in breaking into the carpea* r a abop belonging to Thorn an WooJurd. "n the .'i'th f July, and ntcaliog thrreli >m a lot of earpeator'a >oU. Tb?- (hop ?u aitnated in Kavcnteenth atn t>t, Dd policeman WhIi rfleld. ot th?- Klghth ward arrMt i the prinout-r. early In the moraine, baring la hU MaaMftos tb# 11 ?li ftolnn froiu the workshop. It wm Ijow* conclusively that the >hop waa locked up oa tha aturday night, and oa the Monday morning It waa mod broken open. Tb? jury rntired for a abort tlm?, Dd then rendered u rerdiot of guilty. Tlia court ??a oerd tba roaiiel to two ytara liuprtaonineat In the ta'? prikon There I t-ion no further cM"? ready for trial, the c >urt djourned until thin day at 11 o ?l >ck. Appointment* by thr Hrratdritt. t'y ami wilh the adi itt atul if the tien?t> I.aar Oi rit > ? - Kk< ii?i ? or P ni-ii Modi* .Mha V Norton at Nhawneetown. lliinoia; Islenfi.rd Johnen. at Kdaardfvllla. lliinoia. J,.tuen T U ftapp, at aodalia. Illlaoi*, Walter Darl*, at ttpriagflvld, Illiicli; John II Murpby. at Danviila. Illlti'la, H?nry V, lulllran. at ijuincy. Illi.jota, Jobn II Klnile at i'htago, lllliioiv llarnard K III mpatead. at Waahlugtow. Ukanma William II Kingn. at llaleua Arkai?a?; Viliiaui (ioodiieh at (,'larkartllr, Arkaaw; t'tiarWa ' llertrand at Llttl* Hock. Ark?n??? Seneca W hiy, .t Chlllii-ctba. Ohio; Wllllaui 9b?!11el4, at 1> fi*nre, ?hlo, taDtrl Merriwrther. at JvlToraoarllla lodiana Eabcrt N Carman, at Viiieeaooi, Indiana, Tboiaa* illen at Clinton Nlarourl JibnT Uughea. at 1'latU urg. Mbaoari; (lldeon HI*, at Jaekaon. *IUel"Ippl, laoige K t layt' n at C'olumbu* Mlaaiaaippl, Jamat 1 brake, at I'oaloloc. M< rmaa at New Orleaa* l.ouiaiani John II blnkinre I Noorw, l.onuiana J im t'ork-rn. at Ur??a">urf, oiiifUna. John l.aplace at Matrhitvoha*. Loul-i *ua. Iiarl?? I. Btrvrnaoo. at Mineral I'olnt, Vlir .nalu bMlM II Wll|iai?a. il Milwaukla, Wi?rnn*lo. Ho?m i'IIhwd at Willow Klf?r, Wi.eoofln, Kalhaalrl (I Mro* at Stillwater Mlnn-aota Territory Kn. imii t?r<11nan>l Maxwell at Kt-'.MUa Illlola; Ji?bi? M barl? at * an'lalia. 11 in >la JuaxM Icl.mo at Pal*rtio<> Illlnma. Turner It Kin*. ai I r11 jifl-lil lllmoia. I'anlel I'lapp at Danville III) i la. IWnrj Afbur* at Vluiiwy. Illtunta; Sllaa Nobio, t I'lxt n Ulirnla 11 lrv F M on y, at Helena Arm?a?, John 1'. Mhuty, at ("larknllU Ark*o>a?. lain K Pnlrtll. at t'hairpagnola Arkaneaa. Jainoa M 'attrrxm at Arkan*a>. William W A Utna, t l.ittle Nn?k Arkanaaa W lllhim II Ktter at W'Mh> Miftun Atkauaa?; Janna II. *tlriti?n at rayettarllla, krkan?a?, Anthony Walke at UhllUamb*. Ohio, Ahirt Jlont at Deflaura. Ublo; Wtlilain II I. Noble at nciauaj.oli? Indiana, .lam* Moott at Jefferanutile, ntl.ana John C. I larke at \iarrn?#?. inilwua samel II T<><14 at fajri-tta. Mlaaourl (I rem W liarla, I Jatk*"D Ml-a uflj John l>a<l? at PprinirtelJ Mlaourl. Tbona* K Blrrta at Plat*aburg . Mi??o jrl AuaIn Merean at Jarkaon Mi>a>?l|>pl Ckarlea Fltt a; :'t Oilman* Ualflunt: Kaarlate ! Italllnii at <>p? u*a? Louisiana; llenry H MnKa*rv at M'xiro*, ?ui-i>itia liufh V W ail l-11 at SalrlillinhN, l.omlaoa : I'ataeMe at Xllwankle Wlwnii>li, iat.'l? P t a? In. at Willow Kl>n Wl?r?n<ln : Ahraam \an Vcwfcav at Btillwatef. Minnesotatarrttary. Ttaa lra|?. The Vicl?aSnrg (Mm ) .Vi/iwi'. of-h. Mth iaar , i)a ?"lurin# a trip on bore-twiek la?i witk. !ir<mgh porti?t of I iimin an.I M.nlieou, w - tiM |HK?fiunt'i'f rf converging with mmy intelligent Idiitrra relative to ilie growtnf cation The igkljr htinhlr weather l?>r four or five wrrka, >>? " brought oiii " tli- cotum aiua/iug iy; but tbe land* on tnxnr j>Ure? ar* ba.l, and lb' crop tUre* r four wr?lia iMM-kwarila on all?can*** al'>ne *?f *-?#-at to pr*?*nt *tr*n an *? ?#* yi*|.i W iifii'H it.lit Ih* toil MM hiil iin ?fd <?' manf lantationr, on tO'ii* threatening urrttn df-atrucon th?n laai ymr Th" corn cro|M air uneom only tin*. Th? Crm-tri/m (f.a ) /nlrJIttrmfr of th* 17th h .aaf* - A* far th<- r?i mat ton of th* damage i>n* h) th* i mi million in thi* i?rn<>n at out 9t?i*, M M dtfliMl! ti*k; aa th* ration planted ?tnc* W vf lb* wat*r baa h**n n*?tiy ruined ) tN* culworra; and what lltll* ttuo d.-trnyar art spared. laai week. during our vimt, waa -hn?> ling up hy thr fi*rc*n*at and th* dronght ' ?ar igheat *xlii:iat* of Ih* tropa to h* gath*r*d thia < ar in thta region, and all for th* want of Lrn?Hf 4 NfficirDt Irvti'a along th* Mwiimivt. capaM* f k**t>ing out tL* immena* qHtt'tj ol watrr thai thed 'lifonjih th* B'im*rou*cr*ra?a*a in Trnaaa. ladlaon. mid Carroll, wnalf not I.* mor* than on* rv*?rtli r.ff hb *mir? and anikipnlrd crop Th* < athhf ula (La ) .Wr ?</? of th* IJth, IhiM % *?rty iratiUKMa abort crop-?Th* i>r*?*ni T*ar n admitt*d to h* on*, ao f*r, discoursing t.? th* iiir*n? of thia i*ui?h. is ro?ar<|u*nca of th? o??rIn* and th* failure ol th* rrorw. Th* Snvannth kfr*l<h>i? of th* 25ih nit . (wyas -The ?tce bmfrt in lhat section of the country ma jaet commenced, ami with prt<*i+cU of mm thut>4aiii cruf> yi M*i 4M 7i?? Trv? > r. ? H.e foli' * ii 4 eMr?cl of a iettr r. reUtive to Ibe laim of Te*a?, lo iKe territory aow ia rfiafrato, I* he editor of it.e VitktlKirg (Mim ) Srmhmft, under late of the I'bb alt . i? front Governor ' mmm ? L>airi?f Bo coacealnreal. I have no ohix-noa IIta* t ahould l<e known, that I believe the title of I \i> to the territory rimmed hjr lirr on th;? vide if the Kio I ramie, to he inriiMuMhle; that ih?- fotrthle teixar* of any pari of t hi* territory bv t bo taiioaal executive, woaid be a w?nt< n art ?.f dea wtbm, which ?honld he ateraly reacted hjr Tck?r. bat aa the evident jairrooe of thia movement ta in -oa?ert a portion ?>f her territory to freo anil, tho Southern ?tatea i)mu make comtnm eaiaaa> w?k I>ijf, and thai a the event of n collixoa of a*aM. ?r Bteat danger thereof, I wonld deem it my <tmtf convene the I^>i<lii?rr of thta Slate, an I rewmneid to Ibem th* adoption ..f (.eony* and e* Mat meaaare* 10 aid oar a*a?er Haate m tba matai?it of her clear rtthta afainat fedoral ??a*T*tm Nor have I a d?nM. that in a* d?"B. I "ball naToemt,, >h' will of the r.reat maaa ot tho t-eoala v**y prefer thalh^yow

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