Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 5, 1851, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 5, 1851 Page 2
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THE BALTIC S NEWS. OUR EUROPEAN DESPATCHES, Ac., Ac., Ac. One LoniUn Corm^wtdr iim . THE STATE Or tmoifc. London, Friday Evening, March 21, l'Vil The Limit Debate uti the PiijhiI Bdl ? Sir Robert Peri'* Maiden Sjvirh ? Schtttn i/i Political Parties ? Petsunal Auimv>Uu*?Tlu tru-h Urammar* ? Violmt Scene in the Hi nut of Comm. nit ? Drum moml ami limit nn ? France ? Germany ? Ttu Pt mmsuln ? India ? MifctUanetm-i, 4fc., $*< ., 4"' The great debate on the Ecclesiastical Title A* sumptions bill was adjourned again last night, for the third time, after one of the most stormy scenes -we have wituessed for many years in the House of Commons. The intoleration of the ultra IVotes tautf, brought into contact with the fiery and sus ceptible temper of the 1 rush Koinan Catholic mem bers, in like the contact of tiuit and ?teel. Thi* re ligions discussion will not improbably lead to blood shed between honorable members. 1 shall not at tempt to give you an analysis of ?ome forty or fifty column* of debate ? the merit* of the question, and it* demerit* have been laid sufficiently before your reader*. The principal speaker* have been Pal men-ton, l'almer, l'age. Wood, Sir Robert l'eel, (hi* maiden speech,) Lord Arundel and Surrey, Mr James Graham, Lord John Russell, and Mr. Drummond, whose speech last night nearly led to a personal encounter with (J rattan in the House. A few facta will throw light upon the state of par tka. Lord Arundel and Surrey, son of the Duke of Norfolk, and bis heir, opposed the bill. 1 his fami ly la one of the most influential Catholic families in Cireat Britain. Ilia father, you will remember, wrote a letter to Lord Beaumont at the very onset of the question, expressing nis indignation at the Papal aggression. Father and son are consequent ly ut variance on thin question. The maiden speech ol >ir Kobert Peel was great ly a 1 1 lauded, lie was for some time Ulkirgc (T Af (atrts in Switzei land. He adverted to the danger ous doctrines of Jesuitism, of which hi' had occasion to we much in Switzerland; he suid the troubles in uLe Swiss Cantons were stirred up by the agency of Home. He believed the recent act of the Pope was the first step of a plan of attack, lie gave hie support to the bill. >ir Avobert Peel con sequently disagrees with Hr James tirahuui and the so called l'eelites. The presentation of a pet t tion from < rrantly Berkeley to prevent Mis- 1 atbot makirg over jESO.OOO to a convent in which she has been brought up, has created no i-ina.ll sensation. He is her -tep father, but the Earl of Shrewsbury baa taken her completely under his own care, and in 1K>2 she will be of a^e and ean t hen dispose of her property. 1 mention these facts, whieh tell powerful ly on the great mass of the people, to show you that the question is oue of very . rious importance. Mr. l'rumtnond's -peech lu^t night was the one which has caused most excitement; he attacked the ilomau Catholic religiou iu very unmcusured lan r luce; be made use of the ? \pie--ion that convents w< re either "prisons or broth -l- John ' ? Coiuiell, Moore, Li rattan, the Karl of Arundel and Surrey, joee to call him to order. The bou-e wa.- a "cene of noise and confusion. When Mr. Drummond -at down, amidet great excitement, C. rattan row and wenCup to him and addrcsed him with eousidera bie warmth. Feargus O't minor interposed his body bet ween the two honorable members, ( Un returned to his seat; Drummond followed him and *nid rouuthing to him in a low voice; the Iri-h members crowded around rattan, whilst r eargui t)*C oi-nor retired to the tre;t>ury bench and made a commuLKation to Mr George liroj. After apeechesfiom Sir James t.iaiium and Lord John Russell, the House adjourned. Tb< re is no other news of interest to coin m u sk-ate from Kr gland. Tin* arrivals of articles tor tbe great exhibition continue daily. Hyde lark, nil Sui day, has all the appearance of ara -e Cours -. Poreigtwia are pourir.g in. Her Majesty's 1 leatre (,p.u) open* to-morrow night, with ( aroline l'u prex us Lucia. Covent Garden (Italian on-ru) opens the Saturday afterwards, with 4 Iri.-i, he , with " William Tell." The season will bo brilliant. . In France, I-oais Napoleon still retains his num trv, much to the annoyance of all the ex-ministers, wfio thought themselves indispensable to the govern ment of >? ranee. As his ministry, however, is not a ltf\ ODM ble one, he will be compelled to change It, modify it, or later. The disbanding of a poit on cf the National tiuard has given groat ?li ? Htlisfaction. The students of the Torboune have Vrei rcaWn k demonstrations, because their favorite prof.-?or, Michelet, ha* been prevented from con tinuing his lectures. Tin: fact is, M. Miehsdet in troduced the politics of the day, and his w.'titre rorni bad a ^sinned the proportions of a great j>.>liti val chib, all but the nans'. In Germany, everything continue* i? the **m' i*ate of uncertainty. The stat? ment you will find bi the tile* of papers yon will receive kv this mail, that < leneial Kadowit* had once more *Iie guidanco ?f the councils of the King of Pin? ?. and that a fuxtuie with Austria is imminent, is not correct. It originated in the P%ri? Jiitnui! r/?s /*(?/?, usual ly well informed, and it was put f? ward by t.iat Mifr in "O p.orninf4?t a inaum r, tbnt it *h? ffeuv mllv credited. Laier advices troir Berlin c.-u'ra diet it. The anniversary . t the revolution of Mar h, 1MH, has pas-esl over tranquilly. , 'From the I'eninwla there is r.^ing <tin,.ig I he Aut tr un troops are taking ;? firmer footing in the f'aral Mates. Mauiui is iu l/?? lon. and mad.- a mt r< h t he other day at a bsw.u. i given by the ftrimsn em grants to cwnuue* i-ni'' their revolu tion. A movement iaspoken w4" i May, m Italy*. Advices from Bombay of tlie Kth February, t *1 rut-la Mli hebrw iry, an?l ll> f K-ug, (C hiaa. ) 3Wt h Jai.iu.iy, r? |*>rt geueral t -nqaillity. A r..bber for* bad >nrrwwder< d to the Ki gli-h. tr- harles Kspu r has arrived in town. (*n the l?t April, (an oaunoas day,) ? < r?t I or rii gton hi s notified his intention of replyuur to the rliai irr? brounht acuin't k m rci. ting his mm fpivrri mei t ot t eyl'.n. Letrd John ha- ait again allo?hd to his Jewish L?i?abi lilies' bill. We have bad no winter, and *pnog ? budding |k>rth in all direttioiis. THr. worn*"* FAIR. IT. 8. Ao r?t..v ro tw* I*o? ""sul Iaiuo /?<>*, i I/imss , March XI, lni?l. > 7 V Crf?ud Vatan ? irrm "U < f tiood* fMuC< The great<V>pic of UlV n ?h** ?rr?-0*,'h ing lotiu-triwi Kx hi bit loo. When one ?on? iders the temetio- -i?e "f this mol-opolis of the rsirld. and ?be multipliejty oflnteiesf, plana, obyae* ' and pur ?Bii- that et'gw ge its population, it ?ee?B* hardly po-e.ble that a> r "tie sul )?ct can po-?i *< -miugti of import tofeecosae a ik ng of real memenf. at one and the name tim?. t? its milli' n?. But the great Jndu'triaj hlhibitini does this, *o# 'hat. too, t ? an i \ t i'i.t tluat its taost stnguine t'r < a<i? ha<l not antfii at? l. All clar?*s are interested Jt it ? all eigaffid abflsit it? all kope to reap *?ine a<l vaiits ge lioin it, titber of pr?li?. or rileaaM*. or u-"' ar><l ?11 alike unite iu belpn g it and iU ass* i*?ori?s to. ward towaidi- twplftM. It IS I n Iidrrful ' All that has l??n -a ,.J ?f it in I.#' t nil? d .-tat. s. ka< fallm far ?b"i t of ?skat it ?..?Ily i-. All that ia..y b. -aid of it? all Abet me v tie ant.' f at- d fr iM A by th- ten'if thou ?a>rtie wi.iiBi t Will li?w a e?i>?*be \ t lant ic, .a ill be to t ?<.eedft by the n.ility I !o you or your r ad. rs (bUii llii' ' '\owith?i t><li?y i<> the -till iteom ?diU ii.d i. ?'< i ? w Wiulrously k ' aut iful str??ture ^ 1 1 al all ra u hnndreila of tho'i'-t.nds every day into i ilyoe Park mark the ex^pnsile te-te. the p. rfi et . pr?.|/o(e i,s, t!rf- vari>ei dinieo-ioiis, the reetangmlar 4Mtiiij-s, ts?c regular and '--ruced clev atkms. tui the ligi^ AM I airy abutw .if thai meet and fill lk' rye fi<?i ?s l?ati .ver lejiii* it g*/?s. ami where?iev?* it wanders ?*er a at.uctuie full of h?ht and ym Bt*tiy . tin* * ?f ?wMS|s>keion( to an enchanted land; etilir wiUiiri iC ~tvtil*r.n (?"84e. in m atii tbe arehed Mof of it- filtering tranaepl. snd inea?ure its ex trr.ui d ar.d lriut?yiaxei?t ?inie?, d/e' int nlni"St a- far aa tlw vision eju> stVtiJ hear the noise of -i* and iLiiiy hundud a ..-kimiins th<\y ply their ?rpa?t* ?<.eatMii>* towar-ls 1 1' ??4flpl"'Hiii ? ??iiirk the vtrwM d.nsM us for its bMrrao* di?. renl J*'at^?, eouii trMS, ami free ci? s-i Uuit are to fee re(.res?ik><?? n to tl??' )ar.|CMff-#v *4 nr^rly tli" *%rtb al ready iq^Wen within its w?l]/, and o-.te the varied roetome . bab ts, m<uin? rs, tones and 2' ?ticulntio?is Aiiat are evtrywhi f aj^ariiflt'-Aiii'l of 'be side af <4.e tables where tliecustmn bonaeoO 'ers alBx Ibeir aeals, *s by the huge sraiws ?la r?' til# laborers hoist Anike par kagi s, or l>eie: nth I 'i# ^aljerie* wliers b /dies ut sappers ami miners are t??tmjf tlie ilreagth of ?very square fi^it of the 'Kfier-tl'iK'tMSJ or under Ibe roofs. fr< m whieh the hundre'l* of pointers bung ?rtuk' giving the last toneh the linistiing pr?ee4s, and spi-mJ till day, a- I hare spent many, in the ?iiaiet of a roialeiisation of maltiform labor such as 4b? World never saw witl 'i th. ? -nu. houadaries be torr: ? taho i*ito view the fu-t th. t imf ret '?rrn ?asm*! -?nee the lr?* pilhir of the I uge <u| er-lruetm ? wn {Wanted Hi the uround, and ghai iti(?'Miy ?UtoJjQtj ster| ,i;? have I" en . *[? nded in tl?e work? and if /? u o. n< i s ; *<t n,. ?' ?t the world never saw anythir.g M win terfai h. f,.re. tay, tlu't at no fotm 'f tune in tb? hi?* ry ol tli mtn id < ould sueh a structure, for such a pui p Ka?o been ere??ed, I will consent never to f?r.:i an ?ptoion upon nnr subleet again. Jl la n woriderjui thing ? ft inasterj nc.f vf Kngiidt art? wonderful for tho organization of labor under which | he work hM proceeded; still mure wouduiful for the end it in to attain here, in aristocratic Eng land ? the assertion of the dignity of labor. It is not by general description that it oau be uuder itood, either by oral or written communication, and 1 therefore propose to jot down its details tor yo a, from time to time, ad they -hall meet ay utteuiion, both now while the work is hastening to its eonolu- I sion, and bye and bye, when the products of the World'* industy shall pile its counter* and galleries, and tables, and standards. An immense number of fort ign laborers are em ployed now by the different commissions from va rious countries. All the details of the preparation of each particular space is committed to tue oountry occupying that spacc, und the expense is, also, its own. This, by the way, puts our Uuited States Commissioner upon an unequal footing with those from the rest of the world. Since the the division appropriated to us cannot be fitted up properly short of *5,000, and Cougress has made no appro priation therefor, wisely, as all Americans here think, he has resolved that our country shall not suffer in its reputation, and, trusting to the justice of the government to reimburse him, has resolved to incur the necessary expense. Among so many workmen it is necessary, of course, that the strictest rules should be adopted and euforced. From time to time new bulletins ap upon the walls and along the lines of tab es, was amused with the flaming placard, of nearly a yard in length, that met iuy eves this morning ; it consisted of live sentences, in the following order and words : ? 11 n'est pas permit de Junur 7 Nm e'ptrmisso di futtnrt ! No ei pcrmtttviu fuMV f JJjt rauehm Lit nicht rrlaubt Xu smoking allowed ! One would suppose this very diffuse direction could not well have Deen misunderstood. And yet, as I passed along an hour afterwards, a policeman had a Eoor Turk in custody, who, seated upou a bale of is employer's oarpcts, seut for the exhibition, had very coolly lighted his pipe to smoke. I thiugbt the officer as l>ad us the tuan, when I observed him ake the offender to one of the placards, and, point ng to his attention, say, "there, do you see that 1" The poor fellow shook his head, muttered some thing about Allah, and went back to his bale of carpets. I presume we shall have a new bulletin, more diversified still, to-morrow. That the Londoners mean to make money out of be influx of foreigners is very certain. As vou pass ulong the streets you constantly observe these words nthe windows ? " /a un jxir/e Fiuih;<iLs ! Aqm sc habia <V i 'jhi ti<il ! liter syricht man deutsch! The prices of board and lodgings have doubled since las', autumn. A friend of mine has to-day engaged a small parlor and an adjoining bedroom at a cost of five guineas per week, and it was the best he could ?io. Three month* u>ro the <aiM rooms were rented at j?2 10 per week. The chop houses in the neigh' horhood of llvde Park have increased ten-fold, ana their prices are most exorbitant. 1 doubt if the s plainest lodgings and the mo-t indifferent fare can be obtained liere through the emitter, at anything I less than $20 per week. The uumbcr of nations whose goods have already begaa to arrive within the 1 Lull, i - very large. Their alphabetical list run- a* follow*, viz; ? Arabia, Bal I gium, Bolivia, Brazil, Buenos Ayres, Central Aine i rica, Chila, China, l)enmurk. Egypt, France, Ger i many, Greece, Holland, Italy, Mexico. Montevi deo, Morocco, New > ranada, Norway, Persia, Pe ru, Portugal, liuv-ia, Spain, Switzerland, Tunis, Turkey, I nited Stutes, and Venezuela. Each of theee nave separate divisions, where their goods are deposited as they arrive. They are all represented by commissioners or agents. France and Belgium Will exceed all oth< r foreign countries in the num bers of exhibitors, indeed, the former, ever desir ous to outdo her old antagonist, and ever jealous of her success, means now to beat her upon her own ground. I suppose the richest fabrics ever manu factured by French machinery, are to be displayed upon her counters. To secure fairness in the award of prizes, the French Commissioner, M. de Laim ii ?iuix, has insisted upon an cijual distribu' on of fo reigners and Kuglisn men upon the juries of awa.-d, ar.ct with success. England reserves for herself one half of the whole space within the immense build ing. and every loot of it is already engaged, and her citizens are clamorous for more. It is impossible to say yef, with any certainty, how nearly we shall liil our division. Under th'" impression that the li-t? published in the Utrabt comprised all the good- from the United States, the Hoyul < 'ommittee have asked for a ret-irn of a portion of the spnee allotted us. But it is fouvl not only that many Americana are here with good-' that they wish to exhibit, but that many goods have been "hipp. d by private conveyance from our shores, not accredited by t b<- Central Committee a Washington. These must be admitted, notwith standing. and until these all arrive, we mu-t laim all the space allotted as in the outset. L. L. E. Owr Irlsli Corn ?ponUf iicf. Di bui, March 21, 0, vration of '/!? Fucumbtrtd E<tau< BM ? Pntat<x phii.t f#m ? Afrit uiivrt li-iuraUv ? UmixrafU'it ? It < ? Tin Amti-Cathulic Agitaiim ? a*vl Ik d'tn'ol th) Drama, fr. Tbe p<>-ltlon of her Maje-ty'* ministers has not been ameliorated during tin. In t week; ami that prospect boi .re them of an animated 4iWttill?, irni a p??.-i-ibly adrtrao vot?s upon ihiir Ceylon po licy, if it is brought on. which is now doubt tul, is not mli ulated to r> vim tbe drooping ? pirita of th ? whig rank'. < >nc of the ino"t -igniti' ant symptoms of the d< clino of their power, is the flagrant de.-er tion displayed by <o?o of their former Irifh sup porter*. who were literally oppressed with tkvora. Take the lk'llew family as a sample; .Sr Patrici^ wa-tuade a pter, a coatity lieutenant, colonel of militia, and privy councillor: and his brother, the 01. tul.. r. is one of Ike lords of the treasury; yet, be cwase? to worship a vetting sun, and, a few duy* 'in oo, -at u- hiirui'in of a public meeting, where the denun-iaJioas of hi? patron, Lord John Kan-ell, wer- the the"**: of eaeh tpeoeh. In ere ry county of Ireland, tlaere U, at this moment, a secret cau.tin guit g on. and the future candidate* for the repre sentation ire named- Kvery politician of any note il iin) ri"--"d with the t oaviction that a general elec tion i? close " i liand: n t? I those members who hold ? ffiwui'kr'lw' administration have emwiri(i(l an opaion m generally credited. hlectiooeeriug agent* j.. r>-tuin< >! arid consulted, new-paper* ? u h - sidised, iioJ ?ot" r i are "W'l. Tlie month of April 1* the no -nth uumed an tbatia which a di><olatiun will tak>- pUu -i" ? near ia tbe day at hand. The amea&ai Irish eleekril law will th- n muo into operation, whereby a namt rou- class of resid. .itc heretofore without a . will be entitled to vote The elec toral ranl? wil! 1.. , more tl>an doubled, and the )>'*>ia?u < atholic* enabled to re;urn ei|r I ty members, oat of the f?l?e hundred an4 three to r iiich I re la i^l is Kit i tied. It may *ouik1 strange to American ear*. thi? "faking of Kmhh * atnofie member". it.??ead of wldgs, liberals, torie". fc but tl*> ti uth i-. that in Ireland the u'a-? of the l>eoplr *re saturated wi'h th' bitterness of religion* eettrotarwy end the Mngli-h government ua*e net er allowed I bo ?iub?isof -trite to become ?? tii.guiohed. Ar to democracy, in the a. n?e you uu Herstaad it, it i* nuknowti here. The Kwran < alb olir eiergv and laity are c-?entially arist/H-ra' c. The tneji'ir?'l gx ulatJons of rank in 'hat ehurrl ? tin*' it obedf<-iMH- yio'ded by the infer. - r t< the superior rit-rfj ? the unbounded del>r*a?e and r? ?pe? t of tbe , are not those ehura< 'eri*tief usually i i-wttifi. d with a <lomo>'rary. Th?- i?npro?ed |K>?itii ii 'J the Hoaiaii Catholic priMtboo?2 lia< ia <arted a l?iu? r and more 4icnilied tune n t).< ir 1 angiiNgc ; and the U - ilities ?? ?evurinf( i fu-t etas* eduction, re- ruit'd t lt*>ir rank* with abl?*nd ae ? ?ofr, pli'hcd ?T!<? rs a?d orator*. \t ?one ?>f tV iuea ing? no?e ??> frt<|ue<:t n Ir* Und to di"ii<-< 'he mia'*?erial ntl Mpiil till, there bare b?cii ?peal!*r* wbci ii"?*d the lnngua|te if it.e nare Hnd deHaaoet but the genern) t> tie of the Ho I D:i.n ? atkolie .l-'jfy ha' bi?*n tathrr arguoKD'a I tife IIimii iiculting, and tb?*>' ?e< ia to ant irtpate that (relaii'l wsll no' be nieladad in the measure no# l;? fore I'arliawnt . / j*>ri *t u i - point mu> li dirersity of opinion >111 t- >u I^nglaiid, -uffe ient incit ed to hate aiayed I ord Mittiley in tllr furmatioa ol a n'.ii i'tn-. The ultra jurotest mts are ful! wru U at the intention to iicluir IreJand: tV" ' ght will be corfii* d to hi'gldnd. ?" Li indeed is the fear of l.ord Reiw, th re<o)jrii'?<J Isadwoftkit F'arty. The ni.ieJ< n -pe^ch jf ""ir Robert Feel, a name oiwe ?o familiar, indicates the policy of the un 1 1- df?4 KngJi-h meinher*. ?r?d mav be a< >'pt??i I 11- the rcfl'-x of th? public teotitu* nt He spoh*- with r\ id) lit Mire and r> -< rve, and had well considered eiiiy e.vprc-sk-n before be eatofod tl.e Hoo'e. ? lie of Ike -entiments he utlemri w-re at *arut*."'* v i?lt a pnvtow *pei h to Us c instifuents ; but, a* a 1 niil 1 man, h? i? commit' d only to the opinion* l,i aiowed in ilwe 1imii-<%. I 'uring llis lather'" life tii k , th. v <Iiffi r<"l 'loridedly, and were at tin t eat ranged from <? h other, lie w.ts apriken of a* in' luiinjr to radlealiaM, and being less talented than Other IBeru be r oftfie taoiily -eningln Parliament. The lat" **ir Hoh) ?l l'eel'? ui< m'irv i? not mm h re ?pi 1 t"j| in Ireland; fei'suw, after hi? 'leatli, it ap j<ai< il !?> hi? will, tlu't he warned his family not to in?.??l kiiT poefion ot tjieir wealth in IrMi s^curiti* ?. I'lfiugh, strange a$ the anwutaly may *eeta, be l*wUiln cheav at ootnaising the wot of Ireland with Kaglish ht nv r', and t'jeteri local enterprise with Kngli-h gohl, e?en during tbs" las! y ar ol his txMeace. Tl.- ehtstn cau*ia Ny the death of the late ?>ir Reksrt Peel, ?n<l llw 'li'!<a>?tion or (?aii.'ea at tkio 0ti? is. betray s th- puu -ity ot frw-ta'c ; ti> ai.s. There is .1 ?aporebaa<uui}e of the I^ocke Kii ?c| .10, l?. ti. i < Biel restless spirits; bat we t<>ok !i> ?,'i:i for lite I'ghl that oti-*' ?h. d a rivliai.c* 1' if 'I the If'iu-e of < ??mini'ti* Krai. re and ifi;d ate a1 Ue, at tlii* moment, in the ftwblent** of tliii rt*j ''tiv? c?hi: e?s; but J rau' ? has in her 1 r uter ranhr mea of raie |aiiu-4Misi fwwwaod I Ibf i fiout I itri.jM*, i?herci>? Oglaud ear.L'/i p.o- | ducc a statcsmau whose name is likely to dos'ond I W'K?<pttlSie journals will inform you that, during I the pending urisiri, her Majesty i* amusiug hei*<jj' I at the Isle of Wight, instead of watching over a poli tical disorder, pregnant with important conse quences, ami being on the spot to decide the struggle of contending parties. It is no secret that liuecu Victoria's uie<lical advisers recommend that nei mind should be incessantly diverted aud amuseu, to check a tendency to melancholy that might <1 * uerate into feebleness of intellect, or pcrchaneo ui gauity? -heuce the ingenuity of the court is taxed to devise some novelty ; and the t rystal 1 aluec i- ?o laved to derive its inception from that cause, iter life is one round of visits; and when the attractions of Kurope have satiated her, the chances are that | I she may fancy a trip to America. It may i?ter?st your fair readers to lcars, that the Quocu makes use of a knife when eating her lisb, but the knife is a silver one. She has thus the merit ol introducing a fashion that will contribute to the comfort ol nsu eaters, though she is not likely to patronise any al teration in the long skirts, as her feet aud ankles are lcsi> admired than her arms. f While adverting to the fashions, it is not out oi place to remark, that there is a disposition to revert to the hat which was in vogue during the reign oi Charles the Second, instead of perpetuating tne use of the present chimney pots, with which En glishmen, much to their discomfort, cover tneir heads. Some of the journals have taken up this subject, aud urged an alteration, having perhaps, discovered a disposition on the part of ther read ers, to receive such a proposition favorably. lour Culiforniuns, with their broad hrimuicd sombreros, have thus anticipated the proposed alteration iu the head dreiM. , ? You must make up your minus foranoverwneiin ing importation of Irish this spring. There are various causes whieh combine to swell the tide, au turn it towards your shores. There is California, with its golden dreams and fascinating realities; tue unbounded prairies of the far West; the high wages and substantial food of the cities ; the cheapness of the voyage to the United States, as contrasted with other pluees open to the emigrant ; and there is the despair which has seized men s minds ot never beui" able to belter themselves in Ireland ? buttarexceed ing all these causes in its motive power, may bo named the stream of remittances poured into the country bv those Irish who have ulreudy estab lished themselves in the United States. The fa miliar expression in the mouth ot the peasantry is, ? ?Sure it must be a good country when they can send home so much money, and they not there a twelvemonth. Kvery parish in Ireland can pro duce one or more families, who receive from an ab sent brother or sister in America, a gilt in money or an order for a passage. The generosity tho?o distant relation* evince, while it redounds to the honor of the national character, stimulates an emi gration already sufficiently active. \ ou may smile at the statement, but it is not the less true, that verv many of the remittances from America are lortvard ed by girls to iheir Irish lovers, to enable them to emigrate and eon*ummitc an attachment which bus ?too< e tests of time and distance. The Kncuinbered-estates court is moving on at its ordinary pace, but sw enormous is the amount of woik before it, that it will require four year- from this date to bring to sale the properties already re gistered: and it is raid that there are, or will be, as many more properties to be sold by the Court as have been as vet registered. Ihere will be about a tilth o:' th j landed estate in Ireland which will pass through this process ; the reason is obvious enough. Ireland is au agricultural country. ' he English legislature withdrew from it all agricultural protec tion. The wage* will not bear reduction; hence the value of the laud falls, and the first mortgage eats up the property. A legislative reduction of the value ot landed estate in New \ oik to the extent of one-fourth would be productive of like result-. Hero land which was formerly sold at $2lM per aire, is now offered for *100. The change in the ownership jf land, the breaking up of large estates, and the creation of a class of small proprietors, will be one of the fruits of free trade; and the prosjicct is re garded with a favorable eye by the conservatives as calculated to trcngthen their interest and swell their ranks. < 'no of the most dangerous fea tures in the social fcj'ttem in (treat brit.un is the inequality in the numbers of those owning property contrast! d with the nia-ses. In the I nitcd St?t?i, twenty per cent of the population have a taugi >j>. Hal:c "in the peace and welfare of the country. In l ?rcut Britain not more than onc-tonth uf tne poo pie ft r?- so eircumstanccd, hence the occasion tor a iMtwerful standing urmy and a polioe f?we. iuere la* been but a (light introduction of wealth, not withstanding all tue sales ? the buyers usually hai I ing lien ujsju the lands sold. A.- an excep tion. may be mentioned Che purchase bv l.'irtf ( lough? the hero of a hundred battles in India? ot I a property in the county of Tyrone, for the sum ot ninet v-*cven thousand pound*; tke rout-roll t* only three thousand five hundred jounds, but the niuu i ion and domain- are superb. The bustle of spring planting has subsided? the farinojrt are anxious to fcivo ibe potatoes one more trial, mm\ they have -trained their purses to bay seed. The ouestion is a good <1 al debated amongst aerin^taBtfts. whether it 1? ww profitable for Ireland tocoirtftntto grow wheat in the face of the eoni men tal competition. Many proprietors think it is not; and acting upon the idea, they are feeing their poorer tenants to leuve for America, palling down their cabins, and turning their lands into large grass farm', to supply the manufacturing cities with trosn beef and mut ton. They thus lessen the poor rutes, and reduce the outlay for labor; but even succc's m this direction does not save them from some of the consequence* of free trade, for the foreign cattle imported have brought in their train diseases hith erto unknown amongst cattle, and a form ot -mall pox from whi? h the -hecp have -eve rely suffered. There is an atmospheric infiuciixa very prevalent ju?t now, from which many tamilies are suffering. The attaek is severe and prorating, often proving I fa'al. Horses are likewise subject to a disease I which assume* the character ot -w-llitig of the ! glands; it is weakening, but not dangerou". >l. Patrick's day was celebrated by the cu'toni ary ball at." the Viceroy's. Sixteen bunded were invited, of whom the majority attende<l. Ih? men -4re? ed in the old plum-colored court dress; the dresses of the ladies were well got up. bat ihey^ are alwav- a year behind the New York ladies in fa-U ton. " The ball opened with the ancient country dance, and then mod. rn dance- followed until five in the morning. 'Ihere was but one < Jreek in his national costume, who h, from its rid: tie** wa-mueh admired. Ix>rd ' laitnd' n 0' itlnues \ iceioy whilo Lord .'oil n remain* minister, but be aspires, him self, to bethe future IVt?rt? r. Th< studied rile if - of the hngli-li j re-s upon the ? ubjeet of creating trans-Atlanti'- packet, ?tation somewhere on the western coa?t '?! Ireland, i- -igni of the ordinary ireaitni r.t ? t this country. It is .|oiibtle?- true that nation, like Liverpool and Holyhead huve witues-.d the growth of interests ' whieh would be <iainaged by a tran?ttr of iheir traffic; but a* ?usely a? the west c< ivt of Ireland is one hundred league- neure* Ame'aiitUii .xny othe r Kuropean lanrf. so certainly w ill the tide of passen ger' -et in that channel. The targe steamers would -H vs> not only that. di-taL<>e. but they could f^rry goo<ls at per ton, instead of coal-, which co-tthem money: and when they had reduoed the vovage to eight davs St., ninety |?er cent of thf pa??enger? would give them '.^e preference. |j must be evnlent that any 'ompe-ing eom^ny try ing the* ialway lisie, would labor under serious di?ar bilities, ina-muti'i as the re??eetive government lines arc sustain -.d by liberal gtants. The first rflurt must be mad* by individual nrgaLixation and combination. a<j*ively carrn-d ou' in bothcountri*> There are tbousHiids upon tb< utand? who w mid cbeeifully "ubaeribe their fuMi- m*r?lv to -et the ?rliem. in motion, and give !r?.t?n ! a hnnee ' I i,. old Mansioa Hou-? in I Jut ? I ?' ? ' -n deer rated and adorned so that it' f r tri< r.ds would not r?*Ogni?e, in th*' n. /<!* ' u trc^.t ami | late B an ' id n 'i'ie t .tan' ? ' > ?- ? l?. ? a-" * ler.t ntlo iiietr>'p??l.< SJid wl.. to. ? u. e y <J l?). 'ountry or tb?> ndifcreie . .| tf- |soplr. w? tarely have the |4*esure of ??oigtir?t la?s }<r !?.ruiei- Publin. in u m- id. k'at.k .ntb? theatrical world. llcu?eho!d pi rty tia- dee'ined n value fully twenty-five j? r eeut within the last five years, and lane* have been augn ? tiled. These act/ may explain in ?o*ie degree, why th? dramais i ot ^:tter sustained. B Oar Parte Umimndrnct^ MUTUAL A?r<IK*. I'**;*, March 20. iqftl . ton in f a pof oj If. Mtchtht ? //*w .Vn pt&nn't Isa.t Hc tm ? 7V Cahiui -Tu*i PUtttrai ,1'if of tkf Prr'uLvt? Pnftknr TwmtJt' ? .YifiowaJ I i mini ? Partus in Jbu rA ?( !'/?.< ? .1 Catholw Ihhate ? I)t,'t,trhan><t <u '?? mM-~ t'ngl ?A aid .4*' {run n/h vity ? Tmrkith f\p, uity a wi f 'vi'p. ru<ir, - Whfl?t 1 wa? writing tb? i*ft j*rfcpra| h of my letter to tb* Hrraltt. on Thursday la*f, aaortof nu ?? mNrrruMt w?? taking pU<*<? in tbr Kaubc rg fl. ( .ermain. It wa? fnnpowxl of al>->* (?* <? harvlr"! rfud?nl? of rti(frr?ot ???hool". Tb<? c b^K of th??? yotingin?n wax to j.r> ?#nt u pr?u ct. ??? and mgmd by th*m, to th? National *#??rBbly, in fa_ rnr of M. Mirhfltt, the ?< "ialirt < -ater ef tb?? I d. \*t* ?< r ranrr, who had b*an by tb' Mini?t*f < f Public [attraction. Th##?i two I ?>? dr?<l flndttll d'par:^ from tho PJa^r du Pan theon and when fh*y arrived in frmt <.f the hou*?, (hf-if num^T wa? ahnut firo hundred j^r^on*, urnoTg wh?f were many i<iVr? Thi? f r? ??**ion wan a nuaer eiglil. for th?rf w*r? ni ?< ?ny \ ml r<d !a? a? ?ndi> i<Nal antl thr affair l'rk."l ?>?>?* I i N . a[l>-t':?' than ? ntfc'r* ?l f*. 'o IV, ! may com pare .t to a fi*#i?ra/. f?r it WM n*lly th*t wf M j *? it -?'/ r^??l,?rK It* wob ta..rg found the gates of the National Assembly guarded

by a hall ah? of iaf? toy, dalivared their imtNt to four Representatives of th j Montague party, who deposited it on the bureau of the Speaker of the House. This ended the question. The jourmur belonging to the red republican party, to the office* of whieh these people hud brought a copy of their j paper, published long report* of the manifestation. It was no use. This was another cjitp (fepie 'iani fort*. On Friday lust, the weather being favorable, Louis Napoleon, who never misses an occasion of exhibiting his talent for horsemanship, and his uni form of General of the National Guard, passed a grand review of the six regiments of infantry, who were on the eve of leaving the garrison of Paris, to go into the departments. This military display & hi Satory took place on the wharf of the Seine called Iju Couis It Rtiiie, and though an order of the General-in-Chief bad prohibited the soldiers to utter a single shout while they were under urius, there were heard, in the ranks of three or four compa nies, shouts of Vivt NujHjltttn The members of the Society of the Tenth December, were, of course, present at that review in great numbers, and their fruutic hurras were the more disgusting, inasmuch as they were paid for. No particular incident rendered that military display interesting but the presence of General Narvaez, who wore the brilliant uniform of G enernl-in-Cliief of the Spanish army. The " mock" ministers are still keeping their places, for it appears that the change mentioned in my last letter is not vet ripe. In the meantime, it is certain that the old ministers are still in power, and thus we may say that we have a double minis try. M. Barrot is still the head of the new combi nation, and no doubt, if his advice is followed, he will direct the political boat with skill and cunning. But who can tell if the President will allow him to be pilot 1 There have been already some causes of trouble between Louis Nupoleon and M. Barrot, who most positively refused to have anything to do with M. Fould, the ex-Minister of Finance. 1 hink I am correctly informed, that M. Barrot did i xchnnge a few cross words with the President, who finally told him " that he had too much pride 0 believe thut a ministry without him was an im possible realization." " Well," answered M. Bar ?ot, "do as you please. Very soon you will see thut 1 all the only man who can give you a hand to help you out of the abyss. It is well known that tho publisher of the Consti tutionnel, M. Veron, whose journal has been for the last year the strongest support of the President, has, from some cause or another, withdrawn his appru from the Fly see. This old fox Verou, who is the luckiest muu who ever lived, has very likely " smelt a rat,'' and people say that this is the best proof that the chances of Louis Nupoleon are not so good us they were three months ago. In the mean time, the publisher of 1st Pair w, M. Delamarre, who, for sometime past, has been left behind by the NapoKeon party, is now the pillar of the Elysee. llis seat is daily placed at the table of tho Presi dent, ami lie hus nad the honor of receiving at his table all the officers of Louis Napoleon's staff. Two public a?tsof some importance by the Exe cutive power, have taken place. Th} firs-, is tho entire disbanding of the National Guard of Stras burg; and the seconi, the discharge of tho Munio - palCouDcil of Toulon. It is said tint all the uiern Ders of thc-'etwo bodies were 3) enthusiastically re publican, that their formation was oonsidered dan I;rous for tho cities where they were constituted, evertheless, this dismissal has not been popular ; and, I think, that instead of a favorable result, Louis Napoleon will find himself in an error. Riots of a very serious a_y>ect are daily taking place in the dei?artinenU. There have been six or seven during the course of the week, but the two most important are that of Puisserguic) in the 1 -an ;uedoc and Meic, near Toulouse. Those ma nifestation* are really much to be drealod, and prognosticate a grand movement which will un doubtedly take place before long. It is said th it it is decided thut u grand effort shull be trie 1 before the election of 1*j2. Tha prefects of sixty depart ments hive sent reports confirming this news, and it is thought that the explosion wili begin at Mar seilles, from which it will be felt in Lyons, Tou louse, and finally in Puiis, where the mine will burst up. The proceeding* of the National Assembly have little interest, if 1 except the incident of the provi sional law on the National Guard. The elections were to take place on the 25th inst., but by a vote of the House, they have been postponed till the promulgation of tne organic law, which was pre sented on the 29th of July, of last year. Accord ingly, the officers will all be maintained till that time. This unexpected vote has been judged in dif ferent ways by all the newspapers of Paris. It is a good job. for it postpones a difficult question to an other epoch. Two very curiou< document* have been publi-hed by t lieyouriunw of Paris. The first is a letter of M. H?gt ot, e x-Minister of France at Washington, during the reign of lx>uis Philippe. It is relative to the court* followed by the Jtmrivd rii.t Dshiti, in the difficult question of the "Fusion of the two branches of Bourhons." M. Hiigoct, who is one of the moft honest men of France, did not like the ambiguous proceeding of M. Bertin's polities, and wrote to him that He wished no more to be ac counted among the sub.-eribers of the Dttutf, giv inp him the reason why he acted so. The second document is al?o anotlur letter, directed by M. Anot de Murxiercs to the JuumU L.' Ordrt, on the same "ubject, and giving to the publisher, M. de t hainbolle, a long argument in favor of the branche ainie, viz.. Henry the V. Much debate has taken place in the two cuaipsof the legitimists ami < tr iennial-, on these two letters. < iencralCliaiignrnier being requested to give an opinion, "as is an opinion," on the subject, answered, that he. who has at present a very sever* cold, was in favor of uu " infusion." So I am ! A very ?trangc rumor has been circulated within there last few days. It i* said that the Orleani't party, wishing to have one of their favorite-1 a*, the hea'I of the government in 1452, have resolved to propose as candidate for I he Presidency, vi?., M. Thiers. Is it not light to ray, '* Man propo*cs, and lied disposes." M. Thiers, President! Well' Stranger things have hi?pp< iwd ! M. Te Marquis de Lavalette will leave. in five days, for hi* new embassy uf Constantinople, where be is expected bv t ieneral \upick, who. < ?spite the rumor whu h announced his return to I' ranee, is -till at Constantinople, much annoyed, it appear*, with *oinc new dilbcultie- encounUrcd with Wie Sublime Porte. They are relative to the establishment of the Armenian Catholic hi*hont in the dominions of Turlcy. The government olthe I Hvan is *upt>or(< I by Kusflia and hi. gland, but it is to be hoped that every thing will tc end< d in a peaceable way. A very seriouswontest ha* just taken plane between two arebbi-hop* of the Komun < '*th<dic t'hiireh. The Archbi-hop of Paris has published a corres pondent* directed to the clergy, in which he hus adv ise.l th. in not to mingle with politic*, and the Arcbii?h<>p of < hartri s. in nn nnc xpected answer to that letter. ha? publicly blamed -Voi'ti^rnwr Sibour for having written suck a bcre?y. \ oh have no id* a of the "hub bab" this debate has created in our c, entry. 1 will let you know the result of the affair. The eity of G< itoa has been the theatre of a bloody ere -Witer in the 'trvet*, between the p.>ople, the soldier* and the marine*. An article iii'iilting to tin Prince of Parignan, hud been published in the newrpaper called l/i Sfrrg ri. ( fVi# Norcirr**.) and was the <au-e of the bloodshed. Many per?om have fc, en arrested. At Ancond, a difficulty, in which Austria and England are mixed together, has eau*ed a *ort of excitement 'n t'"! city- If the new* is true, an Engli?h *bip ha* been captured by an Gistrian man-ofc- war, uuder the pretext that -he had com mitted some damages to her, when enteriug the port. The Austrian army is *till concentrating in the north of Italy. I hiring the la/ 1 fortnight, a body of 'JftfiQO men have < utercd the papal States, on tneir way to Milan. Sudra, and ' oino. JV.ONt ?oldie r? have marched upon Home, to inerea?> the gairison. No one can tell for what all tbc*e prepa ration* are mu<le. In the meantime, the Carnival of Koine ha* beet, quiet < nough; and, though it had b*>en anti cipated 'Hai a riot ??? pr< pared for that occasion, everything went off in fins style. A faet to be mentioned is. thai the nobility of the city gave to the French arm v. a grand national ball, which wa? a magnificent uftai (ieneral < rimean aad his *taff were oong'atulate<] by all the leading persons who srere preseut at that party. The '" tift renoe of Prssdtn has not been re?nm?d ?inee the tenth ef this month, and the princi|>al articles of the treaty has not yet been de< ided. Au?t ria. as it i* known, o*n*t earnestly demand* the admi"*ion of all its powioas in the German eonffA-ratisn, and this is positively refused by Prussia. It i? snid to-day, thnt the cabinet of Franee ha* taken the ?id? of Pru**in, and that, | neeordingly, a wm b>Uk is eiisting between the < two countries. Tbia sews has hud some influence on the public funds ; but I do not think there is any foundation for it. In Berlin, a terriblr fire deWroy**d the national chamber, on the llth in?t. The lass by this fire amounts to a large sum of money. The news and private letters arrive?l from Pol md announ*e that another large assemblage of troops i? forming In thnt county. 'l*he Austrian arjiy amount* to :KX),(IOU men. and no one ensi tell for what purpose they are congregated theM. No doubt that we shall know how this frorditu knot will be opened in the *pring sen*on. From Turkey we receive the letai s of a eons,"1* raey, at the head of whieh wa* the brother of ttfei Kaftan. It wa* t<4 ponou Abdul Me?chid. TlnS <? etoj>irators all b?'longivi to the tribe of V leans. I 1%f ^'sstsrsf Ab<iul Me?chid wa* requested by the J r?n?p(fv tars to joili them, and they offer* i him a | ?urn of IX >liHtvi> of piasters if he w ould eoo*eit to I |K?i*on ! he i:"it in Thi* mnn, ftithfulto his prince, j Uifide them h%'le?e tha'. ho con*e'ited to d > it, and , he di'iovertd whole affair to Ah Jul Mesrhbl. j t'f aco?i. ? h>. Kfk 'P4 1, lvr be aad Sultan | were afraid that be would be murdered- Many of the Vie ma* have been arretted aud privately exe cuted. As for the brother to the Sultan, he h n dis appeared for parte uokuowa, but it it) geureally be lieved tbut he is in the 1 >wer part of the Bosphorus. Tbe insurrection of Bosnia nus shown an iuiB#u? developement. Muay important cities, ammg which arc mentioned those of Baqjoluea und Mortar, have fallen into the hands of the rebel*. The position of Ornei Bashaw, the cowman ler-in-chief of tbe army, is said to bo very bad. At Bagdad the Arabians have raised the standard of revolt, and the city is blockaded by them. It appear* that they claim a sum of money which was formerly paid to them as a tribute by the govern ment, on the condition that they would never attack the caravans going from all directions to the city. A body of 1,'20Q men have been sent against them. The celebrated general, Cabrera, one of the lead ing generals of Don Carlos, duriug the war of Spain in 1S35, is at Lyons. Sir Charles Napier, the former eommmder-in chief of the English army in the East Indies, arrived at Marseilles on Monday last on his way homo. The newspapers of that city speak of the excentri city of the general, who wears a beard falling to his wuist. Sr. Donozo Cortis, Marquis of Valdegamar, the new umbussador of Spain to Frauce, has arrived in Parb). B. H. R. THE GOSSIP OK I'ARI.S. n ? , Paew, March 20, 1851. The Am., o? anJ 8ermoH??Lent and the Results A, nutrients-Theatres andtl* Optra-Sims Recces Novelties M. Le Court? Improvements in Paris Statue of NajioUon-Enibalming-Nm R,jte tsvltet? American Mystery , #c. \V e have another winter season. Rain, hail, snow and showers, the originators of the dreaded in fluenza have taken possession of Paris, with the Lent that sort of Chevalier & la triste figure which eems to invite all Christians to weep over their ins 1 he epidemic has prostrated so many persons that it has bad more influence than Lent itself to away every amateur of pleasure. A larire number of parlors have been shut, and will perhaps :einain closed, despite of the general habit, which is to have them kept open. It is well known in Paris hat the balls and soirees given in tho Carfime, are ometimes, and often the most brilliant of thu sea ? on. In such a state of things, the Catholic churches of I a ru, at th.s time of the year, have been frequented >y the elite of our fashionable circles. The grip,* ex cept when tho person attacked by the disease is' too sick, and is obliged to remain at home, does not pre vent our ladies and gentlemen from dressing in warm clothes and furs, and going to listen to the sermons at .Notre I)ame, .St. Sulpiee and St. Roch. These moral assemblies, in which the words of the^osnclarecoi,, been " hJUK0 e*f)1.ttiut'a V eloquent priests, have w i f L,hc *? d"r,,1S wven days : and 7d bv ,hi C -?1 Week 1 UW *un'> bo lau?h ?re, ueT thJ ? l^o wistoeraey ot our population. Hut when the "Mi-C areme" (the half Unt) will arrive what enticements will allure the hearers of tho so sacred speeches! The joys of Pari, have more po^erupol! o/\TX: ije'V" the eloquent orations tion 'Vhn Vk? S!U?"i * JJ"'r ftre in thiii posi o aUriet i ! ?,? nre T,klnB their bos( exertions to at trait the public, and I must sav that their ef ??/ I In J 'tk1 "^.t,0,nal academy of music gave, on Monday Entitled tbo^ t pcrfonnan.e of the longexpectcd opc^ entitled the J lemon of the Night," poem by M I Ar?go (one of the exiles of Loudon,) and Bayard rnu.u. by Hosenham. This new play which is in j JrmaTn i,rV?ry '"*<***? *??, "o doubt, , remain in the repertory of tho grand opera. Madames Labor Je, -\au, and Messrs Rojrer. Ma ne, and Breniond, who sung tho principal Darts were rewarded with the utmost appC.' MuS^ue Nan (a singttr born in New Wk,) has also an ex ' mil u?re partition ofM. Kosenhain. . *1 ' iu' i 1 elegant dinwuse, who i* i tZVaL P th? K^na'.pera, danced also in , the ballet of I aquita, and was enthusiastically i manager of iin? V ^queplan, the skilful "J* ?P?r?. had added a new "dia riK"h^.ofoeIebmiw he ?**-* ,b1 Iul'an ?Pcra, the dtbut of tho English l^weik Th^Ti i^811 lbe f,a,ure 01 last wiek. 1 his talented singer, I was told, feared h'7 ',nuch 'u-: 1 V'*'1"1 public, and, on his entry on ne Mage, hu voice was somewhat altered by this bfailL trT ' ''ort"n"t,olJr lhe shouts and ap t1*"? wb,cb were willingly bestowed upon him, Reeves the wanted self-confidence, andhc s.,7K from the beginning till the end, with much taste and pow was liILISV* ft-"?"1*"1' '<??<"? *i Ckimounix, was * lected for tins important debut, and Ma l.wai on Hnglish tenor, contributed dice M cnc,,ur??e h"? .eKher by her confi 1 2 i ? ' V H!'r "wect '"touations. Reeves in not I ???|L hut he also posseMes an excellent method which be has respited diirinir his | long stay ,n Italy ?? The Tcuipesta" wiMUr'r formed on Ihursday next, for it app. ar- that Afde 1 h rT ' f m rcred eUO?*h ,u bu ?bl? ' i'e?uiae I f.ip.n* T "erx ice. in a fortnight will be i?.r I w, .h i.Yew Tr,"' mxu'"' y,y Alnri- ?ner,:r di?iJi(i e |C r?t b,'ar,"K "f three musical pro S -VL .T V'0,TL WW ^ Beriot, who. t i^ ev wfll hHv^T^Tu' Thus Mr. Luin ley will have offered the public of Paris, one of iho rinrif h1 r'i- ,L,"4,!,nbl"Kesof talent and novelties At K I k "n "P"'11 H a< fir"t in I'-ris. ?\t the I bea re Vnweais, .Messrs. .Scrib : anl ls~ g?r?e gave, on Wednesday evening a iiowcoin .lv jn., ealled, -Bafaill, , smour. wbu h was as moMMful a- thi 1 wuof \f, llVrnU<fn bjrt,h ,Wu writers. Tho l Mr. iVribe b? uualtomblo. mi l the ' his "Miu< fum?^?esi?ui , with complicated int idrnt ?, plot, and Jeliea- v of ejpreM'on, ?f Unguage. ll i/UoW ^oy^ tjt i " Tl^f "i n>,>,,, rn M .lie-c of our coun try ' I J lr?^y 'nv..v"r^ U"J Ave act', of M?us Uteurdc St. Vbars, entitled, ?U Koutie s " ; ^ who,,, rra,^ li"?e of Ihigucehin, who had the honor to exteruiuiatu th.-in, wat repres. nt. rra^;L?:d:,y '"*? ru""?h ^ ?>^orpor ,hl tragedy is a man ot genius, who has given th? b -r ti il l * Mountain," etc., I u,.4y ,.IV that his new Metical work cannot b<- compar. d to those by which be first wquirod his lam- Mit?r ?rhiTf mn ?*<*"*??. ?"?l stamped u h S??ks,w?r" wbdst nianir ?(ben are as trivial aathoac writtr-n by al^' r- ^,0", Ul?r J" has not b" , u ?'^*' ?l'-r cerre. t, and if he luid not had for inter preter of h? trajHy f.uu,,| aetor Vlrlini.e wot IH^K ??? elegant r-ad.-rs of Par Jtj would have met with an srfar. -Veverlheles. ',1,1 play was br.??xht up with niu. h splendor and the o?w fumes, wbuh weie tho-,- of I he middl- ar- w. re iTe"^"' rl>U, ^ ."agniftee,:,* ' - ihe ikeafre du ?iym,,a-? bus aNo nrodi?..Ml ? ?<* i'!"1 -? O.^of ,h. !1?W0 uow-1 "f " Manon les C ?,| ? .\U^ lO,^VLf'rU7n "f OUr ?>e, ,eh literature. Karnere' ?nJ Xt" "'t 1 U '** ,b" co??d> 'f M -rs! ; approbation!^ Tosumw mot with u, venal ' \t drama of the theatre of La I i? ,i^ ?? f - 1 wilfh, C ' 'u,n'>' " another triumph whie'h i of \,?hf r(,,na'T month- and a ball" w, 'hM.r ,4V1 ,,ur'"? ,hree I novel? v is wriM. n T,v if t ' ,n'rrT"?,""?- ? M^fM-on.Z au t i^< ! r " d " Ma r ia'n ne T:,rr ? tli<' era rid ritv \li ?i Pjt'it- ??f i 1 ".i-rtd Li,; " f;rn . wh, h middle of fh, ?^u-ir./'./.j f V, " t '? ,""U in ,!"' '-h- d.and, when .hi J JiiV 7""', project of uintinir tl... it I v ch'ar. fh< r-l^-r ibrl'Seitn^.'S kXnM;i r ,l'/ lllfo . Irruf Kill ""'If* H|l? IM? put The monument of U l'orte Ht. Mnrtin, which formerly wa? 4vdta>t?*t to I?oui? the XIV, and w??, ?r it in rtill, one of the in?*t elegant and proud arrhi ?? of triumph in tlx* world, ia hI?<> undergoing n repair. Tbe Kvlptora are at work, and. in a f-w weeks, thi? old r< uinin of a glorr of another age will be an im w ai when it w?> limit r>y M?n?ivrd, the re nowned Hrchitrct. Apropos <-f fulptnft) and urehi teeture? M. dt- Mewerki-rke, the diroetor of the Moat-urn of the Louvre, i? busily engaged in mik h.g the 'tatute of Nnp<de<m the tire^t, which i< de?tine<f fbr the ?itjr of I.jron*. The ?r<ji?t uvin of our century i? reprrynted on limcbiMii-lk* h.?;td ill the heart, nr if he wai uttering Uf' fauwd W.>fll< : " lie a* of l.jron*. I | i?o yo't," whieh he * tid wh?'?i he Br?t eutered tlx, Mfmd |r?'t <rip?W *f Fran< <?# I *B> told that thin pi-ec of art \* a real thr/'i rum- _ ? . . ? The m. efh!i<r*el'*raph between Pi?ri? .u?d Hnw *Us L.< lt<? l? ft-U ?i>erat;*B for Uw U?l tlx toft. One may now receiv*, within an hour, an answer bom Belgium wnh?H*b?iM obliged to U*v* hi* o?oe. ItU to be hoped thai, in a abort time, the whole territory of the Pteneh republic will be covered with wires, for the accommodation of commerce. l>r. Nicholas has signed a contract with the eelc brated Dr. ( .annul, of Paris, to have the ouly privi lege of importing into the United States the proces* ot embalming bodlM. This method of keeping, in their natural stute, the remains of our relutioua is now much used all over the continent. No doubt it will soon become popular in Amcriou. The horse chesnut tree of the Tuileries Garden, which is always covered with leaves on this very day, the 20th of Marcli, (from whioh date it is culled L'orbti du vingt Mars,) is as green as a cab bage. It will be good for those who know not th? fact, to be aware that, when the Emperor Napoleon returned from the Island of Elbe, in 1814, tltts tre? was, for the first time, blooming as in the spring season, and from that time till our epoch, the same phenomenon has been remarked by the NapoleonistS us an omen of good fortune. An experiment of much importance for the am teure of sport, and also for those who are interested in the improvement of self defence, has been mads in Paris. A puumaker named Mr. Devisme, is tho inventor of a lead bullet terminated with a point of steel, which is used for rifles of all description. With this newly invented bullet, a sheet of iron of t?n millimeters thick, has been, in my presence, twenty times pierced, as would be a common board of pine wood, from u distance of fifty yards. Such a bullet will render useless the curatscs of our horsemen, and will bo useful in shooting tho wild animals of the forests. 1 am induced to believe that this invention will soon become a favorite in the Uaited .States. 1 will close this letter with a abort aneedote, which was reluted tome the other day, and of which 1 am unfortunately not able to guarantee the authen ticity, having not found out who were the heroes of the story. 1 wo years ago an Englishman travelling in France, was taken sick in a small village, situa ted in the neighborhood of Paris. The landlord of the hotel at which he lodged, sent, by his re quest, for a doctor, who came as promptly as possible. As soon as the patient saw the doctor, he uttered a cry, und the doctor himself could not refrain from shuddering at his sight. They were known to ca-U other. The doctor ordered the nurse, and all those who were around the dying man, to retire, and having remained alone with the Englishman, they had together a long conversation, which was not understood by the landlord and those who wero listening at the door, for it wus made in the Knglish language, llalf an hour after, the doctor left tho upurtment, and, before returning to his home, ho inudu up, with some drugs he liad brought with him, a medicine which he ordered tho nur-e to giy? to the patient. In the meantime, the Ktiglishm3 requested the landlord to give him materials with which to write, and he covered, with u trembling hand, about three pages of foolscap. Fie had scarcely signed his name, when the nurse gave hira a dose of the potion prepared by the doctor, and, alter having taken it, he uttered a terrible cry, and fell deud on his pillow. The palter he had written was given to the Mayor of the villuge, who, not being able to read hnglish, put it aside in one of the desks of his ofliee. Throe weeks ago the doctor died, and, on the duy of his funeral, the Mayor re ceived the visit of one of his nephews, to whom ho showed the written liaper. Horrible to say, tho Englishman had made known in those lines, that the doctor was a celebrated highwayman from tho State of Vermont, in America, whose unme wa< Pattieson, that lie had been robbed by him whilst travelling in the United States, and left him half dead on the wuy. No doubt that Pattieson, fear ing to be discovered, poisoned him, without think ing that he could have written any document aguinst him. Now, who is the i'attic.'on allud>'d to ? Who knew him in Vermont ! Newspapers ot that country will explain, and, perhaps, will show some light ou the subject. B. H. K. Italy. Tiu: roPE AND THE PAPAL AOCfti --ION. The Ia ndo u Timet of the 1st of Muroh, with a. full report of the debate in both hou*'? of the pre vious eight, and the failure of Lord Mauley to con struct acubiiH't, was received here yesterday, (Homo March 9), and I cannot describe to you the nensa tion it produced. The anxiety felt bv Eugliili and Irish visiters nnd residents to ascertain the latest news was intense, and 1 was uiueh gratified in hav ing the power last night to announce, at a largo reunion, fcthat the l>uke of Wellington had been called in by her majesty for advice and Mlisliaeo in such untoward circumstances. Though far from excusing the political action of the Vatican in this affair, 1 cannot but lament that the Britieh government has been so ill iuformod l>y its political representative here, that a prima fU'ic caae has been established manifestly against. it and in favor of the pope. What will you say if I prove, from an official document, that the nominal ion of Dr. Wiseman as Archbishop of West minuter took place three years ago, and that th > fact wai as openly registered in tne government >zr?tr m til* elevation of Hut IX. to the h<>ly ?e<' ! I now *end you the Ronta* (kizrtte of the 22a of January, 184*, ? where, in the third ooluinn of the first |xigo, you will find, printed in large letters, "in Loudon his Kniinence the Moi>t Reverend Mmislrnore tlio Viear- Apostolic, ikjw Archbishop of Wc*tiumrttr(4S? 'Miolden Square.") 1 transmit the pupei ltMi( M 1 wirh to ni.ike no assertions umupported by proof ; but 1 only tran- late in this letter that part which relates to the question at issue between both gov ernments. It is fit. however, I should cvplain that on the tit} in qu "lion ? the 22nd of January, ?a great Koman I atholie ceremony took plane in the CDUirh of St. Andrea dclla Valle, awl thai tho official Olttih, as it the custom (like i ur ' 'oitrt Vu ruJm), gave a long account of the f?-.-t i \ :? I. as well as the names of the principal Mtabilitlei present. It was thought wise to profit bv tftat o. -.t-iontoex e.te the charity of the faithful in nid of the fuudrf devoted to the erection of the great Human Catho lic ehureh in l<oudon; and, a.- you will presently see, certain persons were named, into wh? - hun<ls sub script ion- might bv paid. With this preta'v [ gavo the extract in question : ? Ids murli as limn* is the centre nf Catholic unity, -hs Biast oxerl hsrnlf for the pr>pajration <?( tit.- tr 'vans ol our most holy religion, and. therefore, the sermon* Jo. livered duriu): t hi* r?< r< d octave th-it i< th" K|-ipha ny . b> saintly |?r< s<-ln-? ? bare l*-en i n t .n?J ?-< 1 to 'ViU tU t i' si (I the faithful in promoting the ? rectloii ct a ? lie church In Uiiilw. for the of nil kriirw . ?u t par ticularly for the ?? rrice ?f those Italian- who resale thrrs, and who. for want of church acc<itnmod?tln?i.ace deprive*! of the muss and the holy murauicuts nu t it lea* an nounced thai, for this purpose, contribution* aoultl hi' re eclred by f. K tin- ('nnllunl Prefei t? of the I'r j i >n>lat and by their' leellenelea tin- Prim and I'rinc- ?- Porta in li' uii , arid in l.otidon, by Hi" ICmineuco llw Ms t Iter, the \ i?*nr A|??t> iir now Archbishop of tfivtmlMtrr. No 36 (Iciden NfU*ee and by the Italian Mi ionary A|> >? tolie. (he ( hai'ialu < f the Koysi .Sardinian Chip I No 31 l.ine< ln'< Inn Helds. 'I hus it I ? hopnl ilnl many Mill n neur with jj? nen us liberality, and without delay to talise the neceas ity Is urgent I wish 1 con Id vend yon the diploma by which l?r. \V :? man was ap|?ointod Archbishop of Wofmin Her, but this you will naturally perceive Is out of my power; but that the fact is <o there < au be n<> doubt, from this positive mention of him uinler hi i new dignity in the official Uatttt* of the haly m*. liad this eireum stance been brought eMniaOr under the eyes of the British government, it Mould liavi> been impossible for Iiord John Hns??ll to hare inessed any sin prise at the late fat pal hull, and t<? nave p|e?d< d ignorance of the nominal' ui of ? papal hierarchy by the Pope in I ireat I'ritain, as tho foiiiidation of th-- measure he ha* recently otijinated. The question, therefore, now is?- did th. g 'iltlsiMa who rcpr<"euts the Foreign (MRce lwre notice tliis fact, and bring it under the MtiuMI >>t" h'r M't Jestr's ministers ! or has F#ord John Ku-'ell, w:tli such a document before him, been guilty ??< t ! r hud In it h of fupprc-sing it altogether ! Hiwehr, I >rd I'alnierston would have nlaeod his agent*- dfc -piit 'h under the ryes of his colleague ; or is tin H.n.Ji government po iiadly servnl here, ns nlsewhflr", that it is only through the ncwsp?|iors that tno> reve lations arc made 1 1 hope and trust thai the Foreign ? fllee will inquire into the Iruc can e i of tha iiill uo of its diplomacy at Koine. Tfce Trouble* of the PivteHderi to the frown af France. | Paris Cm I paudiasi of the I, .n.Uin Tim- ? ] for some week* p?*t (March II.) the l^x.' and (-Thanist journals, m all parts of FriMto^, hi*v?? been filled with cooUadietory rum>>r" with re-i<e<*t to the recoueillMiou, or, as thev eall it. tSo fasi ,n of the two branches of the House of Bourliau, au 1 With disiuasious for and against tba* import mi m iv "*r*- The agitntion wtiieh has k?M rai ?d umo this subject is not the work of the journals a!..,,* ; it has been encouraged by th<! urtuctules .1 whieh they are the organ-, and is founded on ? vigorouj attempt realh made by the leit lera of the t*<o parties to bring about the much wish I for re ( "ix-il ation. For a moment it was thought that the attempt had b< en 'ucocMful. After iiumborlf* pci r fMirlert, in whieh the nagot i ititig parties Were Messrs. Herryer, (ini?ot, De Salvandy, Kv, rm c?'"ions were made both by the Coint'< de ( 'Ii.un botd and the "rleatie, which were own*id"r - I oif. fteient, and a " fusion of inters sts" was Agreed t > on term# whieh wir considered sati.-i'a -t'vv to all I lit- | nit if* eonrt-rnnj The coi>?? <iii<mi on . I, nj, proarli to li?? tion win the J '"ml* (V I 'ham* (vH'n MltbritH letter to M. Berry*r~i? Ml?r which cruM ?n amount of jubilation iti Ion* rlo*nl fiiJi-n* of the Kaubrmfg f<t. t?crm-i!n, whl<*i wa?oi:ly toniilH by the fuurtcrrmtion of ih<? H.?o? |tnrti?t<>- TT>" tiiorc "imgtiin' idlmcal* >?f tSa monarchy irate in rapture*. ?adOil<Mi? i? tu were i.o lon/fr lo !><* diHiiMtiTr torim. The adherrnt* of th- tW'i hraii* he? wcr<? to uait.o in " it j-till, a lonjc pail, mii * pttll iltMrtlxi" In th? rinre of *Iim> V. 'J "he re? onH?!atwi i>f thel"iijr |?rti?"? w?. ri'ltliriM in tiie tlx il liall-t ol M i u< lit, ValfDtiv i*. arid oth-r t r?'nri;' ?dV"' 'it ? of the e'dvft br.ilitb,tnr /??/' , at vr'.iieh MM. (.Jul* .t, IffcehMel, iJ.j Sn! vdii'iy w-.*e tll-i b,i.i-?r?'<I (tur- 1% and c v< n "ucli rene?.t'tai a? tK ? Ihik ? J* ' ?iHU.mnr.t ev-r* w.kmufT n r- pontnit jiriHli f * I MH<a. i.\?n the family of lx>ui;- PkiiiMf pUy .-4 th?? part >? U? affair Letter* (row tu- Unite*

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