Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 23, 1851, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 23, 1851 Page 1
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I ? ? L. m-mmmmmimmmlmmmmfmmmmmmmmm?m _ , ? ? TUf "\ri?u % THE'NEW IORK HERALD. V WHOLE NO. C726. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, 1851. PRICE TWO CENTS, OKK WEEK LATER FROM EUROPE. ARRIVAL OP THE STEAMSHIP FRANKLIN. The Recall of Lord John Russell and the Old British Ministry* NO ALTERATION IN COTTON, iW., &r., At. The United States nail steamer Franklin, Capt. J. A. Wotton, has arrived, bringing flies of paper*, nnd our usual correspondence from Paris and Havre, to the 7tb, and from London to the 8th March, inclu sive. The Franklin failed from Harre at noon on the 7th im>t., and from Cowcs roads (where she took on hoard the Urili.-h mail.-;) on the 8th, at 2 P.M. She has perf^rqtiHl the voyage in fourteen days, from Co ire?, a distance of 3,156 miles. She departed from C'owei nearly as possible at the same hour as the Upited States mail#stoamer Arctic mailed from Lh erj ool. There has, therefore, been a .sharp race across the Atlantic by these two magnificent &tcam.>hij>-<; but as the distance from Cowes to New York i? about seventy miles greater than that be tween Lhorj'-'ol and this city, uu allowance of m.t or seven hour< ihouldbemade in favor of the Frank lin. when contrasting her performance with that of her rival. There arc but few passengers by tlio Franklin. .She hut it fail freight at highly remunerative rates taking into account the season of the year, a:ul tho compe'.ion to which the American steamers are ex IK.sua :it Havre by the packets running to Liver- | pool in connection with the Cunard company. Wo ; ure sorr. toleurn, by our private letters, that this , competition is still carried on inn most unfair a u.l disreputable manner by the English oompany. All the freight brought by the Franklin was {?hipped at *=5-3. The efforts of the hostile company , have, in ihi ? particular, therefore, been defeated, as they were on the last voyage, when thi* steamer brd'ght the large -t carga?>f continental merchandise which has ever cro-ved the Atlantic in one vessel, not witli .landing that ihc agent of the Cunard company Wrcd every e> rt " n, by suddenly lowering his rate j of freigl) t, to pn \ ent it. Wo have on former occa sion, alluded ' j this difficulty between these lines or steamer*, and ->v reeur to tho huljoct with much re gret. bi ?iii- r.c i.-li to teethe Atlantic competition maintained. b\ all parties, with perfect honor anl fairne-*. U h ther the Cunard company take suuh n comr e or not, may be judged by tln. ln.-t that t.ieir rate of fr:gV for l'.rilish goods, from Liverpool to _\\w i <>?'.?, ?.a-? all along been Gxod at j in a tun, Mid the fix 1 rule for French merchandise from Havre, tran-lrv 1 at Liverpool, ha> I . a generally ?40 n ton, ail charges included. hi? never a i-teamr r from Havre direct, tho agents of the ]?ngli?h f , "iy iii-tar.tly advertise for freight at $10 for the ; irt ular voyage immediately ubse ijvent ito thai of the American steamer. A-> the prime co-t of on . eying the goods by steam from Havre tu Livery >oi is at least $10, it foil'. that the l una r I pi injury In reality carry From-h mer <hund' ? from Li? rpool to New \ork 1-r iiolhrig. The oV- t ol his i- to monopolise tho whole of the truffle, ai l to make American entorpri.-o uiuemti- j acrative, or ta drive the American ateam-rs ulti- j roatoly off t'i- line. The latter a 1 in will never ha neeoinj.l'd;? J ; av 1 we trust if the -j di-? ro litable practice-, u - jiihr of the poxitiou and standing of a p'iw< rf.il Ci tij .iny, are persevered in, that the owner* of A ?. r an (tamers will retuli ?lo by low ering the*" pa- < gorfnre* to <ucli an ? stent us will ' de-tr .v i!i ? ui.?of the Cunard coinpuiiv. The Franklin's fn'ght !i-t omnunts to nearly il2,iX?, j ni.d tii" m ?? ?'vil li " from Havre is of a * ry va luable cbarart r. This rteamer has al-o gold . doul'loo ? t ? *'? uiluc ol l,000f0t)0i. The U. ?*. Lawrence, Cuam?nler Sand', w'-.b the American coutribu ion. (?> tin Or cat L.lilbitl-n in London, was hourly carp et ? 1 at Sui:'.'.i 1 n , ' Ml eh ti the Franklin sai' J. A (MM ; baiVjli. t fit U liC|(ii '?!? on the l!Hb March to J. K. Croskey. Lj, the American Consul at Sou'. nunp ton, by the Muyi?r and Corporation. His i.xcd- ? Knev, iklr. Abbott Lawrence, w.is to V ? p. 'mI, a nd th; officers of ihc St. Lawrcu?.v were to be in vited. We arc il l '/ I to Mr. Johnston Living-ton, of theh ? ot L'.ingstoii. Wells & Co , n d to the gentlema. p < ? ? of the Frankliu, for tho UUMt I pa peri from L01.I ?n M>d l'nrli. The 1. n Ion ?,-t -' A market wm easy? tha L i t* Ji.h fme.U ar.u i.nl improving. Consols, !>?> to j IWj. An <- ' n \ t^-r cents were quoted tttll-iuib'jrg, on th> ti It i; ? "lit, at ItViJ. TlieLiv,'- ->1 c?tton market, during the W'?ek, j W4? not ch: jsct Tired by rnnch excitement. In th? early psrt..< ? hndnen wir; done, at flnn p.'i but towa?l* - 1 - , rates wero nuher ia* ???ahlo to tho . li -r ? till, there is no j?ositive d dine of | eon^e^' ; from ;he prices brought by th'? l??t packet. }ler M?: Qu? 11 Victoria arrived at O '?> -rne House, 1*> of W _'bt, .in t before the Franklin left Owes. Ti F. Mlated the royal ymlu wi'li il guns a? ?Ue pa ? ? -l. The l iviiklin pi -eJ the teaaship Wa-hington, hence, on the !*< >1 ins?.,<^ So illy Island; and the PaeUk on the *<th, a: 11 A. M.# iu lat. ?l **, Wu (V. IS. The Frar.klin tm-vd.off llavre.tho ship V-va dm. of JUaiTta, and the >hip Cornelia, of l'ortsm ?uih goi^g in. ! '^e ?lnt.tor'i1 cr' l? In I.ondon had pas t J liw^, Lord iley having found it imiHit-tible to j form a profit^. V. ministry that would )??! likjly to with-i.nvl tbc tii'miltics both in and oit of tho honsrs of T: ''iauic.it, which mcnaeed su :h .1 co.a- | bitialion, the Qm t-n ?? nt for the Ihjk* of Welling ton to diinai- 1 the advice of thut illustrious ia.li- . vidrsl in the tine\]^c? -d find complicated e>?odiliou of affalrf. In the Iiot'-e of Commons, on tin- Ith of j March, Lord .Tmin Hussell announced that in em- ' formlty with the n hleo of the Ihike of W llii , > 1, her Moje*ty h?d dei'rmined to recall U?r form -r ndvi-ers; ?? I, tlo 1 ? ( -re. that, having resum-l tks I direction is?" j.nldie affairs, the ministry w eal I rnnain th" sam? n? before it* resignation. Lir.l ' John life." I then moved tho adjournme.it of tne 1 House tiil the ith lust., when he propos, 1 to g . 0.1 with the 1'apel acgre^lon bill, (In which it was pro po?e*l to maki ?' ral m(?liftcations,) and p. om sj I i to lay before th Hoii-e un exposition of the eou. ?- ? t?be tjken '?; tie government on the budget, i?i?d ( other qae-'i ? ?.* connetfled with the business of tiie country. , It wa? th^nzhi * tv improbable that the rusnsi-j. fated ftdmini irr-tion ot which Lord John Hiiss ll is the head, w<>?ld ln<t long, and its eontinua'ico in offiee i< merely ? nr inledto do away with tho im n - diate neer ?it v i>?r mi i.pprul to tM eountry. in th* ehspc of a di - >li'i ion. Should the pApal m "*surt? pivss the legldatnre ill any shn|>e, the prin". i?l obstrte tion to a coalition between the wisigs nnd the IVellte* would be removed, and pro bably some of (lie more eniinent statesmen of th ? IVel jarty would effect 11 fusion with tho whi,{ es?hi n?t, of tli*t the ranks of the latter wonld be rein /ori'ii by Sir .lame' (truham and otk< -s, who, u*i ehle *o form a ntinMrf of their own, would, noeer ^heleM, s're sgtlieu and consolidate fot ntiiu: lb > I |{?fc?eil t l1*! Our Pari* Correspondence. Paris, March 6, 1851. The Bourbon Family ? Chvtion ? Change in the Min istry ? The President ? The Pope ? Tlte Police of Euroj>e ? fi/Kiin ? Pieilmmt ? Mazxini ? Nurvny ? Sweden? Kos?uth aiul tin- Hungarians ? Death ? ? Ncxc Mission, tfc. A political storm burst on Saturday hut upon tho National Assembly, and it created the> greatest up roar aud excitement. The cause of this violent do bate was the proposition of Creion, which was culled In order, and the contents of which, I may say, woro well calculated to excite the passions and feeling' of all parties. It will be remembered, that, six months 1 ago, M. Creton, who is one of tho members of tho i Orleanist party, proposed a law by which all the exiled Bourbons should be recalled to l-'ranoo. This project wui. then postponed six months, and its day to re-appear was the first of March. Though in this moment of our political crisis, such a proposi tion was, as ire say, " oil on the fire," it was to bo heard and discussed. No doubt that the Orlean ists desired the success of their demand, for their great desire .is to predunt a candidate to the election for tho Presidency of 1352. 1'ut the Bonapartists are afraid, and are, of course, opposed to eny such transaction. As for tho legitimists, they did not agree with the Orlcanists, because they (remembered well the trick of legerdemain which took place in 1830, when Loui.s Philippe was substituted for the Count of Chambord. The re publican* were divided into two camps ? the first hostile to the proposition, for it was not al all com patible with their sanguinary prinelpV'8 and hatred to every membef of the royal family; tho second were in fa or of it. for they had generous hearts, and did not think that the Bourbons could do any harm t > tlic republic. In presence of such a divi ded As-einbly, the proposition of('reton met with a terriblo ."Iruggle; and among tin* orators who spoko ugain-l it wu-> M. Marc lUifrai.-se, who>o speech re newed all the bloodiest words ever heard during the first revolution. Among the horrible phrases of this sanguinary man, 1 select th" following: ? ?Tbs puni 'iuii nt "f royalty will m-rer stip The son? ! pfthpwfaiDllIci hiv punlshi 'l by the nations. beeau<c Uk-j arc ri lr< ictin lv the nri"oinpHcc* of tlirir birth. Ihiwc vim |?itlr<l Louis thr Wf .ami culled for an up peal to th" people. Inul but thn dcire to recall th? reign ! of King*." fcc.. Kc. 1 h( ?(? " *iU t? -tiible word*," as they wore called bv j 1 majority i*i utv .V-muiMv, w'tTc it* well ii* till' other part of M. ^Iiu'c Dufniissc'* speech, with n genem! horror: a nil the eloquent rcprobatio i of Al. |!cmerhu" caused another rejection of t:u piopositioti, which v.js po- 1 pone I for fix montlu. ?? <11, within .mx uio itli . w hat will become of iu ! who cm for>.?o<- the events which will hnppea during that period T Wtice tin grimd Uebutc of Suturdn y last, tho Lo gi-jalite A-scinbly haw tiikdi a \uVation till the fiHi of 1 he wee!:. 1 Hiring this time, the riro engage I in tlr> Imrttiv.r upon the examination of the budget of At. Jhtpiii, the Speaker ot the I louse, i" <>ick w it h the gout, and, I unU'rst.t el, i.j suffering terri'ly. I iverything apparently fuciih to be tjtii.-t; tint t'i?ro i? n" emifidcn' in ."tick pretend ed calm; and, liko a good pilot, every out) who know* how changing lire the political seas upj:t which our -Lip i.i engaged, luu-t look out fur a ior nudo. A chnnjrc in the ministry i- always upoken of. 1 he aetua I mini-tern have well under*! oo.i t hut they could Out I' -i"t l'-r H long time t };?? t >rr ?iit llg.tili-t whi' h they arc struggling, and AT. de ( Je'ai.-iguv u ii" nnviov- f j r"tnrn to the cilv of |{oii n, where lie is collet or p n ?.?nil of tuxes a- Al. \ ui*?e t.i ' bis piet. etur of I.ille. It is now certain th.it .M. | (Vlilon Parrot i, recor tituting a new mini try. ail that within u fortnight it will be ready to Co pro K'litcl t'jtb" National A- -etnbly. t hir l're-.dcnt has not done luuch, during tho lu.-t Weelr. W'th tlu exemption of bis a| peumuee at public ball" and pri .it' parties, given th? Ain bn -adoi-ii i,f |||t. foreign power* residing in Pari*. His only occupation, I think, ha* been driving* wugon on the houlcvard". L* cry day, ljouij \i Iwleon i? by three o'clock, IV1., driving J ,i< Amm'tytuir, nud escorted ? y a gang of men iu blouses, shouting ?? ^ iv X'1/nJtt/H!" when the "real' people on th" sidewalks are uttering: ? " f'uv It ; nij'i'U'i/vr/ On 'I tic day afternoon last, being the tmirh grn.t, a dn\ during which a!! the popuht tion of lVri- iro out on the Itoulevard* aud public piomriiade", the President, whose intcntiou was to wiaie the public mirth, loft the Illy see at half-pa <t two o clock. and pi "peeded on hit diurual ?xeur M ti: ' lit instead of meeting his usual admirer* j ui. i ti, nils, hi< me* with un immense crowd, witieii, In tu the Ala lel iiic to the h'oii'ctard Koumi Sou- , u He, uceompaiiied him with threatening *liouU of ? I it hi Hiirnidtfr! . doubt I. "'lis X.ipohni un- ! UifstooU tiiat llice hurrah" Won Id s>mmi beeoim* ia- ! Milting, awl he regained the I. lyre by the interior <?1 1 ail*, mii ing tlnit ui' mi*] never utteuip?u piotiictmde ot tiic kiif! <>n iiiivtlior h\u<1 ifi'i.i. 1 lr* man t?e" "t I.i ui- \a {xdeon m till 011 111# lujis, I itt tl'? ioy.il heliew whom lw is about m ir iviiig i.s Mill an uiiknown be. nty. ji imtrtiintliit the l'i"?i'|e|,t a'ltMtioi. j- great, hut it is Jutie ilt to tell how b< will -ati-fv ii. ? .11 a-rr.rh., 1' * ?<? th? motto Of the eclebrnted I n , net, and I think it i. the drenni of the Pr>-*klcnt. It is "iid that \|. de A| >nt ileinbert. \.ho hit ltd jaiitcd f"r j; >i". ?, to 1 "k l*i?jw I'm- IK to eom ? to J am, when it will be time to rrown l.oui.s .N'a- ! j oKon l.'ii| < i r. i'ut When! 'i'hat i- the o te-s I Hon. ' I Al. t'arller. the kilful pref-et ..f poliee of I'.iris, I bus I >tt I- rati"" for a month; intd under the prete \t j ? f a j b i-'if j. nriiev, be ha- g me to (Jerin ii;., win xr lie i- about hitving 1111 interview with theebief , ol J oil-., oft icrmany, to make an urn age in <ut a.i I lojru a IciMfU ' iigj.ii,- 1 nil the itmliUtmn un, and KJt'HUA ol Lurope. Though t hi- m wt ha< b )cu dis 'I I ? v th*- i?' w j?nj? t #t|* the J am led to b"|ie\ e I but mv int"llt!?'-nee is %,-ry correct. 1 l.e I ? ' t t*r o| the I ount ib 1 haiubord, winch hit i n 11 1 i'd - . ni itch eon?ati"ii in the |?ditieiil circlet of J.UM>tK>, ha? trro' ? j eoplo autlfipote a fusion ofih ? two 1-nii.h s to be a decided ntr.iir. A few diy* ago till re was n rumor that the ( ount d 1 I'.irw a id bm mother, the Imehcs of ;irl in*, had d aidellv 101,'cut. d to ?ti'.init to lb- rights of Henri Tk& ititnor wa? rei*|. re. I pol.be, but jt has proved fa!-.? ? i.d nothing ..f the kind ha- yet tak mi place. Ilirl rr^r 11 Vrnl -e <11 . >i?te ? h x lul. rrom iiin.it is rum.ind that athr re plion of; (.< 1 #ral .\rir\nc.* in Pari*, hi-- I c.i ?ider'd a- ! ni-ultii f to the irot ernmcnt of the Cjiie. a. Ii ap am thut the lliiko ol ><>( 'iiimy cr, win? i* (he A 11 aya. 'i <4 '?jiain iu i'a'i", mid who 1 m to the ' exih .l gciie.-af a i . eptMii c>|U-il to that ma le to a 1 pi ilH'i, is about '.ring retailed for that ci itue of It* ! mii fi*'ttnrri'. Interesting new i has airhtd from Pii dinont. It app. ar> that a - bem . un- on foot by tho1 ?iiithft Qiiecit aiid Prince t.f t arlguan, who had d'-eideilthat Kin;r Kinmiti?f| ?houldabdic4t?infavor ( ot his sou, who m only m ten vcars old. and that the law. ol Nccardi -lioiild be repvak d. \V u?ii the king di -covet is| thilt Mich .1 plot had been in.i le, h? bt'iime very angry, ant declared that bit' itj. trillion W?? to protect hi- kingdom a^ain-t all i II Dibit ion, and p<.\rnt the nationality of Uecouutry 1 from being violated- It l< -aid that in con e- i fjttenc ? of thi.i affair, the nK4hcr queen will retire to 1 ti convi > . t , while the I'rince t?f t '? Hgnan will uador- ' teke 11 plea-u:e joitriay to'Atneriea. 'n l-otiibardj , the An-tria.i n tny, nrnoiiutlnz to i 1-0,01 tat ti, i< eongicgatitig on the front! -r of l*ied- ? tii'rtit. I' 't *aid tbat the intentions of Au<trla are to fon r I'b Vni'Mit to withdraw any sojiport from j the ] "litical tefmji ? s, and to prevent M "/ini from 1 I'Maining n^'s? within the limits of I lie kmgJant. ib \ a-fi ian pajs-rsapwar to be certain that the B)o?i i ui lli-nt uodi'r^taiHling exists between the t.vo | owero, (l*rn?eia end Anstria.) hnt the I'rn^i ni J'.""' '"'iv are lot of the tame opinion, and it ij said ! Ihtil I hit 'ii will insist ti|?n tho t elutitai v consent ' <?! all the Matet of the third order to roduce the ' *i't<>, at.d that she will be nap|?>rte4 by Ku".'ia. In Norway the lilx-riilt ar" tning all inthdr I | ower to cn ale riot?t and in the district of M0ni.1l, ?? Well ?? in the ciljr ol I,, vai.g. r, the mol? ha" made *etn< rll"tutl'NlKes In Sweden, at Stockholm, a ?ntf of tmrnfr, oeea aiMtrd by ||,e student^, who, dc pile ord rs. ha.l wiehed to operate ti e 'Oc-e Manh," (,t sort of manh Ufa "Bomlm-les r'nrloao,") |n th stn-etsof | 1 lie citj , bad ?i?i-n eoine eppi chension 1 0 the go vert mcnt. It wa- but a mometiiary fracas, which bad no important rcult. A gcnetal nmn. ?ty has been granted by the An< triMigi rertimeot to the Hungarian refngoe* rcsid irg in '1 urki *? Kttfiiyeh Kight ..f?hem, ainoni i whom ftT ci mprl"id Ko-snthand I'mthiaoy, are only 1 xceptt d. I h. y are to remain under the curro il ium c of Turkey. The others will embark at Mou denitt. In 0 Turkish "hip. and be tmnsparted where cveTthcv will. |tembin?bi, the illustrious general, i? lit t on iuntin i 'e, un.br the protection of the' French Amba<sa<tor. Among tin m u r^nk wfao ^citill/ died in Franco, I will mention Ganeral Dodedo la Frunerie, a marshal of France, who was one of the glories of our army. This valiant soldier, who had served in tho grnif, lind superintended the building of tho fortification which was erected around Paris in 183J, and was considered as one of the best wutheuiiv I ticiftns of the nge. Another family, whose name is well known in the pages of Napoleon history, that of Junot U'Ab rantes, lias lost the elder son of tho General, Napo leon, who wa.i the Jtllfttl of the emperor. Till* young man, whose cnrcer had been partinlly devoted to literature and Belles letters, d' ' 1 will be conferred on his brother, who is a courageous officer of our army in Africa. M. Tules Couctin, attache to the Ministry of Public Works in Paris, has boen sent bvtlie French Government to the United States lor the pur pose of examining the railways of that country, in order to make a report of the progress tif Amcrieu on that subject. B. II. R. The End of the Mlnlslerlnl CrUUlri F.ii^lkiid. We nre in possession of copies of the '"London Time*" of the Mth March, the same having been received ut Southampton by special express, for the New York journals. These papers coutain the de bates in Parliament of the proceeding evening, on which occasion Lord John Itussell 111 ide hi* pro j mined disclosures it* to the course be pursued by I the ministry. I We fubjoin an abstract of the proceedings. which | are of considerable interest : ? The Lord Mayor of Dublin appeared ut the bar In hi 1 robes, nnd presented a petition from the m 'tropoli* o Ireland. against the abolition of the Vleer >yalt y ?? Lord J. Ktwmt. gave notice that on this Jay f>rtnlj(h he should more for leave to bring in a bill for thr betto sidtuinUt ration of justice ? (hear. hear) ? Iu tho Court o Chancery. tfir l)i. Ltcr Kvans enquired from the government whether the rxpnoe of the rcluforcem-nt ahiut to be pent out to KatTruria would be at tin- expense of this country or of tliu Cape, and whether thell.aiM' w mid hove any opportunity of passing an opinion up m the rubjiet ' Lord J. flrssr.i i . in reply. could only say that his noble friend at the head ? f the C 'Initial Department had en I joined the tiovem r of the Cape to take care th.it n ) et pei-.-e rhoold Ih' Incurred, in the event of aii'ilii -r war. which would full upon this country ? theoljuy w mid be | expected t > t>ear It . but h" c-uld n>t ay any in >re at : present than this, tin J. with the exception of sending out j the in cej.-:uy reinforcements, no expend w.iull be in . enrrrd without a statcin. nt of it being laid before the , Uousc. ? (Hear) 3lr. Lot k>: Kim: brought up lii- bill for extcnllng ths fram hl.-c in c uinlles in Knglaud and Wales. It v?io- lead a llr,-t time ; t'i b" read a sec >ad time ou ! the Sid of April. ?VIM 'IEUIAU EXTLAN iriO.V. I J.ord J. 1^-n i. Un ii ro?e. and in in n ins Hut the t I House at it* rising l*' adjourned till M-'iid iy. proceeded , to flair tin' older lu whcli public bii.iu u w.mid be , taken. lli- miUI t li::t iii moving the order of th,' d iy f ir I the si eonil rending 'if t li - ecclesiastical title* n -.sum;!- I tion bill. >ir (ieorge tir.y would ?t.ite the alterations it j ! wu* proposed to make in tint ni.-ii-oire. which .crccT- [ tallily extensive. anil l'tr. -wards move that the u-d r be ailjoiirm d till Friday n< xt H" tru-dcd th:it n.> opp >4 ti'-n would be made t > tills proposition. A o Ulsider.iMc j i time hud already passed "t r w 'h nit any Iniiiii ??b in? ! done. It was desirable to proceed with tin* esliuii'es as noon as po- iblc ; and. tliercf <rv. on Mou 1 iy, li ? ?h mid propose to proeed with those f>r tho nrnv. It w >uld . al.-o Ik- necessary to take muh ? votes f >r ill.- army, espe- j I chilly that for the number of men. us th ? K i -t -r h .lid iy* j were appn aeliinK. and th ? mutiny let w mid expire on i the 25th of April II.' did not prop-iae to take n ?? lie on the subject of ih)' income tax until the Jllli in-t.int ; I and ou the following Friday the Chancellor ?.f the Fx t i hi?im r would state the all ration he prop ist d to iii ik<9 with rt fcn-i c c to the llu&ucial measure* of tli,' govern ment ? (Hear). It was tin n H^rei il thai the lli.use. al its rising, shrml 1 adjourn till M- ml ay. Sir. .1 !mi i-r. - i'bsla ;>? tilliii from the Hi h -pi 1 rflln l-pi I ' 1 : ' 1 Tur-'i in S . .l-io-l p-ayi.l? t'.i > 1 1 ? -n e j I),. I |r. c''iikt'i? ? lo ? ? milch nf Ih;1 ecclesiastical titles as- j J fUinj ilon biil. v hi- h. ii,. n t le in.tii.i of the h ia. it 'u- j ? 111 liuili v.i s ] .-: I t'\ I lie I ! r.-\ ?' th" t il?l<?. Mr I!i imii ds pi- -?c tiled ? t'.'iou from Diblln agvi.ist . ? lint iii' ii in ? id' b. up- n hU motion, w.w ul j r. .id at I Ici.gth from the table. vTr <!r.- i- llien proci | .1 in -inle th- alteration* ] ? ai d modific ili< li' pi-op' -I ,y the j; >v r iin-nl to be 111. de in the l.'U t' |" -v-nt ll-' ninptlon of title* by j ! Jli-man ?' ille lie p. t iali s. of whieli lie lu-wed the *.c>nd ' rading lie flr-t of all aliu-.l I n> the suggestion of L >rj j i Mi-idcj , that till- Mil'ji ?'l it-ill I Ij- d'-alt with b? a IY '?*- I I luti'-n if L"ilt hni * :*et -aid ili.it lv- could ii'H ?jjree ' | ?itli tlie n'-i-l'- I- "I that il w>ml l Im- the best p.m;- . in- j n-imi.il ?? il woiiM ?- In. ifrc unii h.-e.in-M' it ? -ill J n <? lieXi lli' f i e of Inw, whll'l ll Could nut he p.i-i?-d wilh ontli *ilv'n. tie . me debile a1-' would take pUee In the I cum < f a I id , n r could h concur iu the plop uHloii for I , a c liiinllti'c of liKjitlrjr. Anoth r ni/gi stlon w.i< tint j | In land ?h> "Id lie ? liid< d fi"iu the op-r.itlon of the : I bill TliU had Is'- n lolly cou id r< d and le-i' in-ider.-l ( I y tin veriiuir il . Th ? le- un-.l it incoaji-ilent with ; II < ir On* v hi ?' nt t" Ih n,- c li hi: to h iv.- don -o. they wvuid li ive h< -. u -h"i-lljr iidm.tliiiit tlut the auilio rlly ' f Iheiiicen vn I- - in li-liil than th.it of I lie 1'opc. & prt?p'?-iil' n t ' .. hi-'li tin y would not for a m i m? nl itr 'lit At 'I '? .:,ni. time, tlu-rr were prartlenl dif ti-riiir' ii|*"u ''ii >o!j' '?! l*i-n K .glm-l oil Ire '.a id a nil" tjln e ttliieli I m t it lit d tile M till diiSctllly In (|, i.i i ' Hie niM o H' d" ii ii d h men r. I Sil it WW the ? li 'i I ot .li iiill ti'M'tn I" spiritual aclsonthe |> irt of bi-h'|-lnih l"> i'i ? nl 'ulli I'c chuirh.cr th il ll lit -rf.T.-d with l?i|i- ' ? l'ut il"' l-iil. I? c- rlaiii ea?c* of ordln itlon and ci ll?il"n and l?.|lK-?ts. w. uld. Iu it< pr-'?*ui slnpe, iii'M .?ii f per illou liii ii llie C'Verniii 'iit n- ier linen 1 I n il Ih' i I' Iu ei i.imiit' ? il ?.>ul4 he prop-"' I to ojilt j It 1 1 <K"i li'-r fr. in lb" t-d tlie m eoud and thirl el nn's. wh.ili ?' ut.lt" ti . ulg< cl ? Th'i bill WJUll lUm be I a I* I I'm nil utary il' l.ral 'i. that th" auth >rity n;i Ir j vbUli II"' tHI' b d lain ii uui'd wai iku ?hii li tlu< l count I > rcpmlt iled .'???icli a proliiliitiou would, ha til. li^lo l.e i e ; 11 I be rff.ct of a national d-cl ir itl-in | i" .ill I ih< act of th" I'ope IlioliUh. al the aam" tlm ?. Im <lal not lo>k lo lie.. < I I'arliatn m fertile security of tie- j 1 li tenant n ll^l-m (Hear hear.) At the sa:n ? tlm ?. it had mvii Is n c ?ntemjdati'd toliwlule the .-*c .lefc bislirips o| the Kptcopal cliurpli but in Introducing ? r l? j to iln <tl cl of i Nclud'njt th in from Its op.-r.iti "i II ( ? In idd *1^1 Iiikl a pr"ll-l"li that -nch e\ mptl n sh nd'l not be In Id t" |iWr an; rulit i.r I ill ? to ih ? a?uiupt i m j Miuli- l" winch liny w. rv nnt entitled l>y liw T!i If . nova Ui l i'i'itiel bv hi -viiiit that III ? or l?r ; I' r Iln Miond n adlnit of i lie bill U' poatpomil till next I'I I'luy . Ml .'?ll w.?a r foiitemli d that Ih ? l/ll. as now niter, in no ri-pict rr-rr< -?"?nded with th - m -a lire which Ii 1 1 be?'ii lumatufed by Iln- noble I ml at the head ul tin- yj li mm' lit Mr M f?ia?n* wn averse to any kind of legislation ' v|M'ii f llci'ii' mMift". fir It Ni i is said that after what had tth-n plaee ; lluit iviiili.ji.be Ih ti^lil Ih - b-t Ihlnc tli-j could d i Wi i Id be I" d" in llliini The in i iif" n"W pr !' 1 w -- | p-iltiy In Mo- . xlieiii", and h- I* lievi-d th ? (r iv Tum-ut i w i >t Id In- c ui| < U' d to brinx forward a uiiieli iu -r. <t in gi lit one. Mr li Hon ? bill tty npp?'l th? measure Alt. r a f. w . b-ciValkm- by Jlr tlUJstonc an.l I. rd j Claude Hamilton, l,i ? n J Iti lit raid the law flle.-rs of the rr >?? win i f opinion llial the late a ilin.lton "f tHI?? w ? n -t llkvi.l, altli mill tlie pr- m r a?tb r tim iu>ht p o . ent- | for lie hit rest net ?? the bull. ' e-niiwe whlrli he | th' i'uht would lia?> Im n 'i(i|T' ' id (htit r m In f i n ti : i > I he pf -enl bill It had In .'ii "? U|{ht mi l h" he- t ||i vt d unco. fill,. t? avoid InteiT ice wll'i 111' r II pi.?. liU rty ' f Ihe nlrct lie r- xtl l n >? hope hj eny { mi a?wre to pn-i lit the lri-h prie?t* fr?.tn Imp dm,i the education I f the |w ople . but this iiUKht not to deter th.* | llou-i fr> m pi -iiiK a bill assrrt ins the yma-n'a sttpre nii ' y in her dominions. Jlcrrs. Niat t'.iu. hnwioan. ri.i Mtnr and C'd :id ,?imi in t ri xprw.' i dthi'lrdlssatlafcrtloii with thr amend -I [ Mil which thiy Considered uii"|iial tx the em- iH'-ni . of the Mar. (From the London Times. M'*reh t] We hnvr reeentlr |ms.<ed through n ininistoritil crisl?, as cvrryho lv Itnowa, of e.\truonliiiary lenxlii i anil severity. Wr have Ikcii ii -areil l>v ever* :tclor , in tbut most eoiii|>iic.iteil mill iiH-onolit'ivo ilrAitti* Hint the obitm le to the fnrMntion of a strong, emn jtiiet and ctHciout jforernin nt was to lie foMiul, not ill the clamor I'ur |notoctlori to ii*riculture, nor in the fi^nnl mi-eiiiriiijfe of the ininl?terl*l Im l^"t. , nor yi t in the ill-tinied opposillon to purliam^nt i y reform, luit w! oleic, aolely, mill entirely i.i t ie irr. cmicilablc diff rcni e of u]ifnion on the juesti-iu of j-h) al iiKuri ssioii. 'l'lii s u.i a inn'tor ot |.; iuelple mi Loth -i<l< n, r hi. h no anxiety for the public ? ? - vi,i ? i n ri|i ilh'iu y. huwever in inifeat ? no culls of I Nt i if>t isnt. howevir uric ut, could indite* tlr?m to t nmi o uilw. A n d to theteclh in "tublvi.n an-l unlii i ilirjt cons'atcii' v, ami f.i.tilicl t^il't his ! iter lo Mr. llownrrt, Mr .laino t irahain was not t ? b ? muvnl : wtiilc.fi <n in .'onseioiis reetitu?W, anu il,' termincd to |M*ifoim his duty f.nthfulljr to an in sulted crown niid an outi'njt'il nation, l?oril John II u -i II relied mill * letter to the llialiopof Iliirhiin. and we a equally inexornhle. ft tru it ?i>< / Hr rrt ? vi h to r< tin t*1 thr rrr u *1 ?rrpif nf ii iitii U m tm lily iiwi yvW'C } 'ffei/i't to "i" ot ir I r nUtf fin*rnt aginn to vmlritfkr thr WttHWiil "J t ir roiui/' V vth th rcrii itUi'li'iil ftl'ihii tr'iirh fv hi I ivnuvj rffWiW a.i n>r rii/ilnit, im/if tri i l?fn ? ready to emlu e any niven number of iiiinori |iM, and lo run the ftu unt li t lhiN||b any jpo cieK of pMliamcntury misadventure, rather Him bet ray tlif>?e hopes which he had indueud Hi" I rn t cat a lit | cfiplc of lingland to n-jiosi. in him n< tlu-ir champion. Well, the nacriftcc has heen m ule Ihe min>ktiy ha? htcti reconstructed in the full strength of it* original wctkMMi and Parliament and the covntry liatnrallj look with anxiety to the p rfn.-iu imr of tlioee pW?d|ri"i for the sake of which so much inestimable t.me and invaluable support hu re bewi in freely ntvl I'heerfully saeriflecd. Ilow those plclgcn ? #br the wike of which the nffiiir.s of this ^rcat empire are now Intrusted to a (foyernnvint mliitli tannot calculata on a majority in eith-r Hitf of Parliament, and which ha* only ri itaine?| oWie for the purpo* of v?rryinj out the Wiihus of I the people with rogaril to tho Roman Catholic question ? have beeu redeemed, our readers will learn from the speeches delivered by Sir Gcorg-i Grey ami Lord John Kusscll in the House of ('om inous. It is actually determined to strike out of the bill which gave so poor and inadequate an ex pression to the public fueling, tho second clause, which renders invalid all deeds executed under tho prohibited style and title, and the third clause, by which all property left or conveyed to persons bear

ing these illegal titles is forfeited to the crown. The bill will, therefore, be rcdueod to its tir.st claus imposing a penalty of a hundred pounds for the assumption of an ecclesiastical title taken from any pluco in tho Unit) d Kingdom, to bo sued for by tho Attorney General. The effect of the measure is, therefore, this: ? It is unlawful for l)r. Wiseman to call himself Arch bishop [of Westminster, and for Dr. M'Hale to call himself Archbishop of Tuam, and the govern ment may, if it pleu-v ? that is to say, if it is dis posed to create a violent di turbanee and most per nicious agitation umong the Irish Roman C.itbo licv> ? prosecute the only party who systematically so offends. But it is quite lnwful fur these jtersons to convey or receive property under the. so illegal titles, and all donations or bequests made to or for the purpo.-e of supporting or endowing their dignl- i ties, which Parliament declares to be illegal and void, will be perfectly valid, to all intcuts and pur poses. Lord John Ku^. sell told us in his famous let ter that the assumption of authority by the Popo > and the t'ardlnal was inconsistent with our national independe nce. He proceeds to legislate against that assumption of authority, and he openly and avowedlv sanctions its exercise, bv withdrawing all prohibition from it^ endowment, and placing the power of repressing it. not in the hands of the peo ple at large, but of the government of the day. BWfdtn nml Norway. We have authority for contradict ing the reports, which have recently appeared in several of the Lon don puju'i'-, of .-eriou- disturbances having taken place in Sweden and Norway, and have been re quested to in-ert the following correct statement of the occurrences to which the-e exaggerated accounts refer: ? lu Stockholm there lui\e been several noc turnal meetings of the working classes (principally boys and young men), but these assemblages had no politieal meaning, and it appears that the people were merely attracted together by the flue weather, for tho sake of nuiuscincut. They walked in a line through part of the town, playing what is called in Sweden the " goose march," a game which <"hool boys in England call ?? follow my leader." These meet ings, how ever, ha* ing taken place for several successive nig!i!>, and cacti time being attended by a greater number of people, the police at l.-ngth in terfered to disperse thein. and were rather roughly bundled. Several of the lenders were arrested, and the crowd at length dispersed, al'ter which, those who had been taken into custody were released, upon giving their miines ?nd uddres-es. It is untrue that any of the students from 1'psala were present on the-e occasions. The govrnor of Stockholm issued a proclamation on the 17th of February, 1831, stat ing that sneli meeting* were illegal, and since then, there lime been no more of them ? The affair in Norway >vas of ruflier luorv serious a nature. It took place in Sordslen, u-ar t'n ? sin ill town r.f I.cvnngcr. It would appear th:it .. 'iui:i r ou? crowd a ^senibled one night in a forest belwiging ton private indi\ ilu.< 1, and cut down several of (h.? \ trw-, which they wen attempting to reui v.- wiien f tin propri- tor came up, and, agisted by several ot hij servants, endeavor 'd to prevent them, in which, however, lie was unsuece <sftil, being repuls d l>y t.i ? mob. A person, named .MikhcNen. who f>r ...i.u ? . time pri \ious had iniide himself eoii-pieiioM i by hi.* public exp.s -si on of socialist opinions, a el ha I ' men travelling about the country holding forth : ditio' s doctrines, whs arrested by the authorities, when about 2tK> jx-ople assembled together, a i I ? i di avorcd to release him from custody, l'.iTuig in their attempt, they pnrsued the judge of tli'di' ret and the bailiff, nrd even threw stones ni tii -i.i. Thcic being ri ii . iu to fcarujtmewal of similar :icl* of di-order v hen the prisoner should bcbro i flii uji for trb'l, the tnilitaiy iorc< w.h culled out, i;vl ? s were i.^ucd for the immediate reprcssal of th - | trouble*, and the apprehension <d' the guilty. Oa the l'dlowing day there oc? urred furth.-t act* of d s Older, but tney were immediately .-ubdue I l?y th> authorities, and ?>erfect order has since l> i main tained. The agitator Mikhel.-eu remains in cuj | tody . Pruoola. Haft" ;? 1 Otir advice* fruat Berlin, bj telegraph, are of t!i I Cth in.?t. They Infbrm n* of the arrival of an AaMrliu <1<I patch, in which n rafur ami nnwtinfitlarjr *?(?*? u given to the lute l'lii? ian proposition, ic i.j iitol lliutlh; de-patch lia*c<>iifirint'dthe I*ru"!ii#tiguvori|. uieiit in It* leaolutkm to in?bd 011 its rights and t> l>r< for a return to the old J Krt to any uuantuu'actoqr arrangement. 'I'll. I'ni-iaa minlaterial paper* e\pro-< Ih ir iloitbt ? Hi to the stability <>f Prince S-lni.ir7.: ; i cabinet. Hn ? (If n? The AuVfirr Z.ntimg *tatc* th:it dhdnrban u ? fallen place at l>rontht im, in Norway. 1^. ? j ? ? t i . ? ?cuiiin ? were taken, aud i>\ the iwloftaroac* of (tic trot | - tranquillity vao Vestured, The Dnnuhlnii Pi tnclpnllllra. Lrtteri from i>nchare<t ?>t tin- I*Hh nil. Mate that llie tr????i>- both of ll".i *ia and Turkey w.ll evaluate the prinri'alitlc*. Aft r this *ea*u.-e, the .^u'. 1 1 i* reatdveu to eppoae, with force of mini, aiy at t? in pt?''l occupation of th print ipaliti. .1 o 1 til" ,? ut pfiiu^ii. Arilvnl of II un|;n Hon Ilefixjec*. [trim the l.i rj>- ~ 1 Courier , On Tne?lay, the ."Sardinian t.rijr A pta. t'ljitiin Harthnlletto, arrbed in the Meraey w.ttit.*"e* beet) <1 Hungarian r fuge> The \ 'M*l i> 'I . ? 1 item Constantinople, nn<i !>pn|X< 1>. 2 p 1 ? m,; v. Theae people ar< < ntbled In the euro ol th ? a.illi >? ritic hero, who have inn I ? arrangement* w th M Cibfll.of the immigrant'* J lotne, in Mwfl -M*, to re ceive ' Ik m. They n ill he landed to-day, niidttiketi t-> the ir refuge. 'ilioujrh ihe * ' <<el whieh brungbt t la- n ov< r i.? -mall, there hua been no ?iek 11 on board, and titer pjw nk in high terns of the 'rent in it 1 1 -y have met with on 1 no voyage, and iileo m thoca.i duet of thi Tnrki-h ncifde timing t 1 a' -t %y 01' eighteen month* in that country. They (liitf, v (if I 'ol-, billed Willi UllMil' M<1 iidiif ? Han*, ami tin y are of all jru lex in rank, i'tiey are ( xccedingly jKior. thongn healthy :> id 1 1 jr ? 4 Hi.irit ?. An attempt will now 111 id ? to f !? 11 r their intere?t*. by opening n auh?cr pti<>n in t'li* town, with the i.bjpet of f>>i warding tli.m to Am ? im n. 'i*hf eon nine* <?! the rrftageca are ? iri >n , and *e believe that tin > will be tou.nl to '?<? a .i 1 ? ft of in on. The ??> refuge* hat ? appeal 1 1 1 o< ill diatrew : tliey have be< 11 unfurl 'mat ?, >>ut t:i y 1 ?* lt*W men. and there enn be little doubt thai ae nj peril to English rynrpathk't will b?' li > a'ly rc j/ontici to. Thi (jrrat KililMtloii The *p?oe Allotted to America. [I"r >m the I<on t'.n Time- Mi'ieli * ] We rognt that we ore obliged again to revert 1 1 theembariM -uirnt* by whieo the exhibitor* f ma aome foreign eonntrie? Qi?d theinxelve/' xnrraund ? I on the Mrikjeet of .pace. A? will be feeollewted, t ,e r?>jal VWMnl??ion, in aligning a certain iiinoii it of pri'M area to othar nation*, w ere very mu h ?: i d I in the extent of the alh t nn nt < lo Meh by th - 'a i^ nitudr of their coinuiereial relutionx wit ii us Fmnoe had the iargc"' !>???'' given to hor? receiving I a?]<crdeinl In t, uf which, it wa- intimated at tlW time, that about OWe-half woirU be *b?oib I by pay'ii^'i . fc.e. Owr transit Untie eon^M*, "?twii.i? 1 ctniiiliig the ut i 11 g th -that bind u.' to 1. 1 ui. 1 id | t ho natural rial' 1* whieh, on ?ieh an D i:?< i>a, tiny p?>p?p?*, to haee their indn?try pl.ieed Oil fie noet favored footing, were obliged to put np w '1 an allotiui ut one-fifth le-- than that of oW n'i"e<t eontloentnl neighbor*. The Anerk'nM ha i ? o| eitieinl fret n*.<gne<l to theft, imbjeet, of "*Hir? ?, to the ?nme ih ducte>n* at that given to la ? F -li. 1 and thir w a ? the eaae with all other forei "i untri. i d iiKeiting to have their iathMtrlal pimli 1 * rv i' - fi 11' d at the IxhiMl ion. vV? ijnot e the in t.me.ioi lie 1 hited .^tnte?, hoWeVof. ft 1 1 ne xaiuple, to dlow t ii it 1 Firm h eoi.ti ibiitor.ibaveno*tilHei<'ut grtiu'i lofootn jjainl with n ferenee to the -pn?*e they oe iipy. ?* l i" condition* imposed upon tliem. They have. What all will agree they wer^entitlod to, the lor^"*t r?te 1 (M compared with any other nation) ; n 1 1 >?? believe, that In conreqnenee of change* >*!? h tonk place notno time ago, they have m tn 'lty p-'e lv T .?,(KI0 "nj^rfleinl feet more of net tshiblling n ' I than nndef the origitwl allotment to th -tn th- v were led t?? e*j?eet. \\ ith reference to tli < eon h tioi.< and limitHtiona of gros* 'pwre, fhey w re n it on a p?-rfe?'t footing of e>|il:llity With otll -re I'I ill I-M, and tliere remain*, therefore, not the ?<iigl??,?t v ?in ' for grumbling. In order to ascertain the g -n ,'*1 ? character of tne good* that might lie expoetod i',oni eaeh foreign nation, a communieatioii w i*, im . a.-ly 1 a >> Ma* hut, add re wed to the different anthorit' ? abroad, requesting that tadbemation on thu' poi.it *hoiild be supplied by the month of ftewteioher hi- ? lowing, or a* *ooa after a* pMtihh. To thi* aopli- ' eat ion Kati.vfnetory aimwerx nave tie^n fOeeired n-o-n nearlv every other eotitry bat Fmnce Kvcnfh?? tha distant territories ??f Nepanl and China, md frvin vac v*a mwit rwiaHc voloaiai p?M?o<*ivua, the wished-for r? plica have eomit : yet, though l'aris is withiu u iLiy's ts.-t of London, not the flight est knu\vl?'<1xv ex: ts here of wli.it oil' neighbours ir.t ?? ni i to exhibit, or in what pr >p > - tion the spare assigned to them will be ncrujiK"! under the elusi-iliealion ol' art i' les adopted by our selves, and rworameiuliiJ lor the guidance of foreign ers^ '1 his is the more remarkable, from t lio ex- 1 : perience which French fxliil.it ors have li:nl in audi matter*, nnd from the established reputation which Frenchmen nossesa for conduct in^ |(r<-a t publics] taclen in a lutMiies.s-lilce and ord aly ManiuMr. W'o have not the -lightest doubt that their part of tlio 1 Inhibition will be worthy in every respect of their 1 industry, their taste, and their ingenuity us apr>- j pie. Wo do not anticipate that in their e**o tho 1 sarcasm of c.iitnr i^nolnm j>ro wiziiifim can be pro- I perly applied; but while they find fault with the space allotted to them, and press for an increase of accommodation which it is impossible, and would be improper, to grant while they hesitate about purg ing their list of exhibitors, and u'ljourn to the last moment the settlement of disagreeable question*, and the commencement of necessary arrangem aits, the time fixed for the opening is rapidly approach ing, and in the general and inevitable scramble to net finished, difficulties will be encountered which cannot at present bj foreseen, and which it would, therefore, be wise to forestall. As we have invited the world to a peaceful rivalry, we wish the contest to bo fairly decided upon the merits. We cannot, ourselves, in the event of detent, put in any plea founded on want of preparation, and we I are anxious that our competitors from abroad should not wa te the opportunities afforded them ' for putting forth all their strength. Of the great building erected by us for the purposes of the exhi bition, half the space has been allotted to foreign countries. Wc have given them* nil the accorauio- : datiou that could reasonably l.t expert ml of us, or ' that h generous hospitality required. If some of our neighbors find themselves pinched for roam, it is not too much to ask them to remember that our own household is a large ami unruly one to accom modate. W e will make them heartily welcome as guests to all the space we can find tlicin, under the same roof with the numerous branches ot our na tive hidustrv, nnd to com itice them that \;e arc not reserving dhow-room for ourelvts, while brewing foreign countries within coinpastnients where they have not room to turn themselves round, we bi?t? to call attention to the following facts: ? Til* number of British applicants for space who, for , warded their application- in pi'ojier time Mid n. id ?? them in the regular manner, wn ? about !?,(KK}. The number who lune hnd.-'pav- as-igued to them, and will exhibit, will not, it is bclie\cd, exceed 6,0iX). ] Therefore, the number of native contributors has | | been iut down bv one-tliird, and thi.s. of course, quite independently of the Mist number of appli cant s who have come forward in an irregular way, ] and whose claims have therefore boon rejected. > 'i lieu a- to space, the quantity ;i i. .1 !"i was three I times as large a- could, con - : -t ??!?> t ly with the idea - of holding a '? world - fair," be n in I d. Tin* sup ply, theicfore, only equalled ene-third of the de mand, and that one-third port 'on it has been found I necc- sary to curtail ouo-iliird of its extent. Thus, i otil \ two-thirds of our nati ? applicant-, have been rccei vi d !'?<?' \hibi|orfi, and the application of each has, oti an average, '?"en cut down t > two-thirds ot j one-third of ii s original ? xtejit. The paintuigof the interior proceeds verj rapidly, and will, according to contr; c. '< finished b> the 20th. Kvcry other dcpMrtuiciit of the work is b;'ing steadily < a rried forward, and trom the quantity ol j good - res-eivt I. it begins to be pr< ' _> manifest that when the time coiae* for throning open the top1*- I I I'd Palace, it \? ?! 1 bo found aiuplt as well a- sjl.?n [ didlv furti' lied with pi "iui n - of the world - in dually. ftniil. of Aw arr-i vnt ] nt nan' ?? tlv- > 't THl an I Rth VI, toi in rip. : fur U. ? ?w no tltir Ihy, March 1. ls.'.l i?m i D?r ?? i w ft. N'ott* isw ? \ ?7,772 - 1'> (tuisrainrit IVM ?11. 01 I Ii hi*p S'M-uritir l.' l't ( > 11 and tin III hi. . 1.1.7 * i i Si 1 1 ;-r buUion. . n.171 1.-7.77 ;k) ?v,ma? ft mii to r<: f >iiiMiir. Priprleteri' Cifi- U??cmm<-. t Rr til l,-V- >M) citltin (larlnd Kf-I .U '.??! ifif ]l-:i<l Wci^ ii Pnl.iir 1 ??? p*. .t? Annuity ) . . ?1MI?,144 |l*rlwll>( Ku- OthKlkKMlttN II.I7IAV ?knMr. Arild Note* Km llatiVi, < mil':.. (..,11 ibi Hiltef ?MMa ?f N?- loin C7i>. 1*1 t iolt'il I M I i'Hi.Unt Ai ? e I'Mut ) 7 7 '' 144 Othrrilt-rH.it" !: .1."". .S> x < ii <i?> i.nit otlu r i-i ! ?? 1, il.'w;, CV.^OM* The Plum from tlw !:,nk r.( Fr.,i,nl fur iho vr . ' rtMlliur til* It f Mm- i. ?iifin t H?- fiiliuwlng n -lilt*. when ? cnmimri-U wit Ii tt?r T> <' "uawi'i'k; - PliH'r <b fx -iH* ?7 7i4"l4 ?177. ". Oih< r iii ]* ? s>- t' 'h 1 ii ? -? ??? .. ?tps; 11. t 8.'U" < ?? 1 !??* .. | Ott I ho r.tlu r cMc of t fuvoi?nt. Oo?1 m miHH . ?14 1 1 ? > T1 auracm? fii-f Oih. r m "i.riti ?? JU.174 . 4*1.039.21^ i N -ii huu< utploy r.| s.V'i- D. '-ri 612.410 lln itim-tn I i>f ii> ti-? In r i: u! > 1 1 >4> i< X i 7S. !>? InjC :? ?- .i.i-iii cut xio ; ami ill* atari* M bullion in 1 ? I Ii ?1i jarfuicM ?? 41 ? 44*.4i:l. -ho * ? , ; . . ;* ?<".*?? of I ? J 'J ?> I. a U ii ? >fh flu- ;im iii.> i-cmu The Nkrkrli. I.nnrnoi Mip-i i KKii.tr. M r 1 7 ?A "fount, if i.i- iui|'?nt v < t i '.i'ii --- F?ir* ? T'i tl till* y ir, "2 M " "0, HV\ I ;!ip p.riol. SM^Td; till* wtvk.ar<.< >?' ImjtrltJ.?' 1 Ui ? ???'!?. v'>71 : t ' il thl< >*r*r 237/i7", 1S.MI mr jh ti -I. ^"'l 'i. tr>tai iMartu In 1 Vifl. 7 ?> ? Thi.? jrcur. iH'iit, ramp pirM. IL4II ( <" <; ut rf Sin U ? TUL- \ V"i7,?i?l )U8. .".tun' p. riixl. nun. Tni'ifor C uHrt'mpf'*ti ? Tbl? }-ir,IH.'JWi 1'ljO. fjtui" jh rit tl, -.r.i i <> /??'<. Ti 1 1 ii nn cBffoUtlfin Hil? y?*r 31. '.*M fumi1 in IV'ti , J.iM Ci Mi I' It III lit .i r|nn ' ul 1* . t*l . . 4?|H7'.I .?iiBii* III 1*4. ? 4:W,175 In rn isif i.f lui|xirt thU ? mr, .ii ir< I ?. Ith U>.| " fr'VHJ Iircrrarc <f i-xfart* . .':ou Iii rrt sMi <4 ?t? -i M Ml l'? ri i ii r #f ijuanUtjr lakfn to* i-nn?Muy|liMi,, . l'J.lji.i M1I1..V1 I ..ill * uiur.iri'.lj filr 1 ir I t-i I for I '?! t ? i thU "trk MMl Umi innrlrrt Ih-Ih ( fnlrlt >it|fUi ? pr> . hit ? lllltr !?< i ii -t I jr. Lilt u Jrmi : i I). ,) ii. . lld'i.l' me <>r twn davi tln rc lm.< . ''m I m ln^ri t,> In th> <1? Mtl y i ffrring run npit^Mlv ? li^lit , i 'rat 1 i ??> I ?? ;h ? M ;rr. hut Ik* UlfftTt'ii ? l? rli I't pr 'tlmtt fii 4ltlNl fi r Amttlwn %f m?t ??-i!v r 11 I, fi ?l In - ii.i ? p.it. t ?re rrttnrt'4 '.'I Kulr tttttwtt ha* twwi tl.ini' l-i M-i l^laml. . miJ tin t fm l . t f rntr ral - i A Uir^. fun -I hm1 < f Kjrjfit'.n i on -po. -t.; .tl.m li. . ifrM tin1 liU In >- ui tht m tfi t |t -I'll.. nmoiiW 'ul tli ? Ir* 11" ln.*r Uffikl t<i a !?ir f*trnt . yrWi in- w.'ti inl ehnnji* I I'a.r l ?-lii. ?? lilt' bt <*ii iloiit' in Hrj? ????! tin) aic wt|,?. bi ll nt full f.irtn r rat' 'nrit. ?hlt. ami fr f fr m:i f?4 Ir mtl.rr tli "ii ih n< t prnT'V n '|'nitWf ixi.i.t J...*i <\u.rrn an. ? '4) K^v;itiitn. Ufi lltru'i Ma. 1 SOfit.n', :itnl SO Pi-ngtl linTr !?? n taUi n < n hih-c* ? ti"?i. Ml lit Am- ri -m. 70 K<jrptlnn, 1 '.M) Pttrat. aivt JI'tMa.lr- fur t'Xpwct 'I lny wt> Imti* Iih<I * ?r. j ftl <Jt |i- muI f. ? iii '.hi' t?.i . . ' nt tk ? niii. k tit tr? !? >i. ,>|>l i-- 1. un>l rl?i r ' tini-lj in ",.i ii tan -, f, 'i^h' | < lin i tw4i< t il'li-. :lii-Hili In ' '."M f.'MtTall) arr Drni UW uk'i an- 4 ' (Hi 1 all 4. *1 to tl?t? tri .Ir, l."'i"" '' .ii R?nt>'.i. IViiitu, M ?a< ?i ? ? Tlif ff?*h i iij.fl > if fust, il wl'inl. Ill i ? in rni :v?, t n|ir, -.w<v!l. ? mi til full n tlun- ar ti-rjr fr? Mrimla at 1NU rir' till wok. tin' tot.il 1411111' In "ill? JlyMt iiml Hi" fr- Ii -upi'lv 1 1 frt-n ii tb nr hn< ni.tifr1 lly fit II* n ' 11 Kftcliak whri fully rialirftl .Mini laj'a ?... atMl tlit iiftli tl-i-r- wmbi1' mm h ilonr I11 f.ir.-u.Mhi- | 1 i t rHimi t 1 1- urti I InWi-r Tli'- rt rn| . i< ? 1??> arrlv.il . fr -* tin in 'II tlir r??t. Iiavi* ha ' 11 'l.-jirr- nij lufllli t?( oil '! for.'iin t>li."it trmlr qi-n Tnllt; hill All I i irtni'.iti tl fui.y 1 : ? t- - 1 1 . 1 f .f tin- arrlTnl li??f I 1 1 1 1) i|i-|" < tl I r. mill 10 all I?r. ???f?)..!it y. In '"-Ijr all tin iii>i|ii.n | i- tfr arr nMt lit tlir Milrrt Itarp arr|it'n*l tiit'ti cotilM.i'in ? rni ' .-nrvivt iif both litnnbi- ami I* IMi ( l ib a '>ln#i fi ii|i| not U? 1>i u^'lit ?-??? inoj letiiMM M 1 M< thlk; l.iti 1 par* Cm t M <r*i t. FUdnf. >T ir h 7 ? Tl'i- *>f? f:?al|aln<<- T*?. -tlar arr- Inrsfn front ail n?.ift<r? '!h* ti-iitMi Ii.. N-. n 'r? ami 'i -!j . ai.'l r??- ? 'Mi I r i- {rl ii IHlal ?? rk Tb.. tra.l.' iIiiiihk til" aanif prrln-l it li. t n wilii nt inn h prthllr. mnl prior* with >ut >ai la 1 t - n 1 hi il?) 't market wa- rl? tnlt rlj tMrnilri. iii4i Yi 1,T liliiMi i| 1' 11 -ill! 4 m I . tr insni'Htl In wh.-nl , -1111I pfirra ' *i'tr 11 pa in rli^btl* In f?*i>r ?if th? biivif Him. ini j ?l. '. ti. (tb ftitl ?iili lit iiiiji mtli rM rhttV1 hi tlir Mhtr ' if Ir mi; bit 'in ri ii- M?| iv.rit jiri>. f 1 , tla, ! t.ir Ul |? r I .:rr I <-ht-a|.i r K|:?|?ii i'i Ir num-rr VI tli ' I ;i r -iw 1' - l'.*ir. and k.iii'Iih? b?ti, ? an. I p?a frt- ! . n r I" i ufi-l 1 Oil i-.ntl nalnv- tl tti-m tin .. tmt 1 In lil at I TOirr rati ? 1 In^n'r* f.-r Imllan i- ini w.k ? latk. ai.J ll ? ii'-int import* ?( Aim ri t-t n- " wi-r " of- | brut it a liirlin" of tkl. pt-r (Mm j aM ot-<lor? wait 1 In hi ft r full prim Antl-lti ri t < rs? liun<l Rr formr rt?Vor Inlfai*. in rim fcniToK ut nti; Mrtt^i.n. W 11 1 uatot'iiiiN. Mar.-li Ut. t*>l Thr natlotinl |*it| nf im?n ami anti-tralrra of thi* Muii Jo not ilrwrrc thi? honor you confer on lh. in tiil? Biotlit' (. Tiny ari- no ? offuh.aita i?f the *i?i*IMI* Bn ti-nii til." m r i.rr tht-y In aay rhapr ?'nni'<'ti?* with It I mtiM hmrM^imrrrvkti llmi iVrari-nit.an.| I rul>? not to In*. arrnti'ntahlt'lWth ?jtr'-'iMar notlnmof Mr ttrvt It-y ? llint. r9 ftir a? thi- national liutl r.-f irm. r? art i-i 1 1? mm il. tht- ? farm" thi * wi'i.lil "toti>" tfctw tin ir own ? wlilU thi- antl-rontrra nr- In ilownri/M fttrt at ii truth far mor? r. n?t-r*?tlrr thsn tht y oiiyht ta bp II y. ti it.viri- a brl f rhapt"r ? - itr half 11 rttlunm or a >? ?t nine tliLt -nl.jit * In It -t true li( ht, 1 will furni?h it, but I will rot tak* tbi? trunlil'' of i1"in< an. until | ai-t irrt ii? I I Mot Miii no in ? .in. 1 mr ? ?'? .li?ii. -n-rraat, tuom u uvrtn % 1: w s it i t i: i. k <; u aph. Marine UUmItn. f BA(1.MKTTS UK A WKKCI. lloirox, March 22. 1851 Til'1 ?ehoonrr Vnltnrc, arrived at Providence Ml la with tin1 fragment* of the unknown nhip wrii-kr<| off Montaiik. mid picked up two flat-hooped barrel* of flour, marked on tlie head willi rnl paint '? 8 0 ,' withtba New York inspector'* nuuie, u.i wi ll m could be ilari phered ? " if" for tin- lir-t letter, and ?? chic" fur the latnC four; ab?o t ? u bulc* of coiiuii. marked " IV," iu ? vlia mood. trs^r.i.s iiKsmnvKD nv fiiie, irrc. H?1 IIUOMI. Mart li tl. lk>l The SwnlMi ship Jenny hind. arrived here report* that the *hip 1 n -a*, of I'.onton. from Baltimore f >r Cali fornia, *i? totally de-troyed by lire off (lit* iaikhuiA Mund*. 'Ho' liark Waldron. of n ..I n, from Baltiuow, ItlM Miiii t'vmi vt m i < i mI wn- d"inyed hy fire. c*u?*d Vf ppont unci U' ? .mii.iirli .n. oft the Ktlklnnd Inland*. CoLli'iriit aup. ? nri- now i tpri M >1 tlut tilt ?iu^ R? i benn will la? *.t>ed 'J'iic tuirk 1'. lie -tine auil cargo, it !? Iii Hi red. wi.: be a trt.il lo*? i , N isNtu. I\i t' . ??t tn>> l .th itv-t . received ftt CharleMou. elab* that the bar',, Kudoru. of Kaslpurt. r? | cintly ulu.?i|i>ui"l .it -ca. lining bi-cu run inta. ?a? ' brought int ? Nil- nt Vv wiVHer Iter . 'ir*^ . cum-lvting fif Mi>{ar tin. I inula --i*. but "Uglily damaged, unit 1>?41 b ?Wi ?.tfi.j [At lb.- point. our line nu diccou ni\'!.'J u( ll'un.wi i. < tr ; . i' . and i?" will not !?? vble ti receive nuythiug nulil to-morrow. ? Tiuui.trN OrnnJ Ottlriigc III St. hati rriirc ( onnlf ? I'm a. Manh IVil. A nnrrber of persons tl'^icuii 1, and with a*npply oC t ir and fi-ithcri prei 'tited the ortf-er* Iroin liollinjr pro perty levied mi fur I lili'.ai'j linen Tlie >.lle mi -topped, alii iU'- . ttt em bea'.cu. Po,t (lltiif IloblM-rj". J. in a. March ??. IU1. Funmer A Wi iurl. ?? yuunj m.iu i t about eighteen, mi I e!"rV in th? V' Of" nt Helta t. A!l.">?'i::ny county, wi. bro'Mftit In torn Coimni-- loner lloyce, of thlreityi t h'.? uio' iiiii,;. "liai'ised wilb ? uimit t iui; va rioii* deprecia tion* O'l the m-iit , lt|mn til" route between KlilcoitviUs j li nl llirnelUviUi A larn? luiuiher of lutteri havint; hMS , If"* pa- <i?i thl? "oute. tli- ever' ioa< 1 1 Mr. Il<4l??-uufct i'i : ii of tli. l'i I i lillee Oejuirtin -nt, I i detect t!i? it |tr>\l.tlor w "i" mi? 'e i'!. in I he h"? obtaiued unmbi t-.N'i .Mi- evi I ?n*-> -i ;;i(?nt the p.ir! . r.rrextisl The tlom mi ? 'icr r.-juli- I tlie jirl .ner to ^Ire bail iu tde ?uni at fl ? l.'ial ult of ivhi.ii in wa? eouiuiitteU to thr j?B at Koiu ?. Thf MUdii.lppMifft rrnor nf Vlixlnla, Ai>| JUli tmuhi , March a?ID? pin. T'i? fUiutli -n mil '1 haJ arrive 1. n it ii Xi * Orl :uu dald t > the J Gill in b_i wlii. Ii we learn that the .M i*<:t-<-ip|4 Hver \i:l.? yet very lii;!i tin t it Via" leeined c.ipedieut t# p it 1 i.'ii force- to -tren?Uii'n the b '! be Virriiiia 1.. ".'i'lature ye-l "I'll.'iv elected Col. Sot. J. 1I111- >'i. of ]larri<un ' 'mint y . a.< <li>\ criior A fer,i*i of reanhition* were pre? 'iited to I hi. i <wur II iiisi> ot ihe \ i -/in iii l.e^'-lature, yi -tert?j . .yuniiiiU^ in^ ?itb i?uutb t iinlinn but ii;;r>' in ; to th* rni'ilr? mentiof the r(im;iroiiiMe. and pled^injc support to Ilia Vtii.ni ; al.ii i dew vii.-tu;* tin- 1 n ? <?. i-lu.'t of \ertnoat, Tb , w.-rr. i ii in 'ion Jni t on ihe table. (' KijM'r. who r'iot five nu n \t 1'or! -mouth. T:rgtni% ? f'.'.V lbl? fiu~i? 111 tie Ml lie!d to bail lhktiurllrr I'lrc nt I ?>1op. J<ii..ii \m i ? > March -*i IftSt. A f>r" w!ii !i 0"ri;i-red ?? 1 nion. !a-t ni ^it, deetr.-yc^l tin- T'ni hi II ?* ?!," Hiid M-teral itor- ? Tho lo-rf ie cal4 lui' t jt !fl'ViJ0<i. pnrtiiilly iiiMire.l. Arrival of Jlu- MwnikWp Ohio v Ith the C?p Itforutn M.*il*. Tl.-> Mefcro^hip Ohio, I.i?>ut. Slx'-n U romnaiuiA in-. nni-.-l ?, -t -rlay morning f." m New Orloaiw. via Havana, with the ( tilifornU nmiL of tU? 15tk Oho lrft Il.v -?'.?? on the 17lL i The nHwvr (iorgi-i from N. w Yor!". ? ? off that pert, g-.tng in, on that Jay. _ Th ? Hal eon nrrne 1 fr >?n t Imgre ; on the nijhl of th * IC'?i. w!i?ric he on t!i Htb. M.? !?li aK the Cramer I'r .moth *u., fr .m fe*nJ??? and York. Th \ . S. frtjent- ? ?v ?:> ?1?. *? viinfC t? rvnnn* of Com. MeCatily. tml.. I at V.\m. ?a on the ?lk iai"*., V. fr"i? Sm l'i <?*?>.- o. Th.' Ohio l>ri -s-i fro*3 < "tiajsi ^ ? tV < Uiforei* rosll- oni in p H 0?wt 'v ? ' ha*>Ue 15# pawner* Mid V-SJ.VX) ??> t-oir., on tV.-ighl fr?? fsew Orleans We a.- ii.di-i.tfd t ? Mr. T rfrfVdd, th? rur?r, f?c l^tc ?nl !nt?rp*fi?'5 int-.H'S' ? I A i?u me the ot I!.r rA<M r,r mim r? , s ., t :,* .. -r. J V U'.il tr ... ? ???. Mnjr fi |,-j -V "?*???? ?!.? fl'Y; VtnfV-r;'.-.VV' I . ' 'f.*l llria'k. Jw rj' v:1 ?" 1 . '? Y'w . \i i t A ? . ? r U I. 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