Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 8, 1851, Page 6

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 8, 1851 Page 6
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gflLUOOCS FROM BUMPS. ! - _r lbt German <4 ???????*? Tk? Vmil ?* MF* * .... 4?, IWfc*U (aeaai-<*klal) Marrh M.J r*ffLh complications have ariaeu in l.ermany; Auatria fttMl lVu?aia no lonfor proceed in concert; ihe ?tcn?it'T "? ?*?tWr agreed with ?or the other. and ihe poUy alatea hoe* roiaed Dretenaioos whieh rru?? lupjort*, Auatria efrl Tho conference# of L>re.d*u ha\ ? ?et bvta reatamed, althougk tke J?y appointed U Mai ? ?il solution* are aJyourned, and apparently S^ZlLwd Tk? deUui of the ?ttia$h?ld?t Dreaden hy the unit*! aaeembly ?f ?ntsi in kuowa : th* two mmvtaw ol th# hinpe and the King of 1W* hayo uoi JS?|\r2de?Snd c*ch other on thetwo?m?>r; tact peinta? tho nocB.^ity ot tho prompt - lion of a new central executive gocernment ami the IbhmIu ? inatallation of th?l iroverum*. a ? St^WW ot M. do Mrntenffel nave not been le? formal on thu *ubioct than thoio ot 1 nnec ?? .t? w* doubtless in ont-r to jve'.y o | act on the sovereigns of the .mailer tatc,, tojc- ( ro( . their *0 rwi ?n?l VHu<|ui>h . i BOW tneir Mrvi ? the ito lumitfttM After the Bitting ol r ebruarr q.Htedl>re^n Jo r,.t?r? and de I Bctore fj" "nfcrcnce at I>rejden, j I^TwTeSaS'of unranglVnt for ,eguUtinf the ! ? ? thi central government, and the ditfi lorfflat;on o th cemra R ,,rt,*idency of Ar'VS Y Ji to obtain the ratification ot their "Sctitf^ereigna. Hut while M de Manteuifol thu.- terving the interests ot his country ami of hi/kin* at Dresden, his adversaries were not inac ive at Berlin. On his return to that capital he found thing- very much changed, and t.ie foclmg? *' L kin" vcr> different from what they w-r* f when lie SK? I 'tiring the ..Wuce-r >. de M?gj every cirti'iustanco hud been lai > Williun to alaim the susceptibility V'4. . ujca The and aw.ikeu hi; amXitionandhu w.tya ^ ^ u< occasion wa^uvotab^ A? ? ^ , tlw cng^e =^HE;rri; The e'mall mw. tho.-e old and ^'plan^ ' Pru -ia dc-ired nothing bettei th.m t- 1 Fariaudand Franco, which at tir.-t demanded ex piauatioi.-S "c?; t alibis! V.x-d for the ndmL^ion of her Sclavonic and Italian states into the tjermauie con the fickle ami unea.-y mind of the Kiug. lhej eame *l-o fi'.'a ?f peculiar et inmendati-n to the Km^t, :K.K; were the favourite ^Kument. of M. de Kadow it... whoaeenw to have regained hu loirn inflirrtico in tht4 couPfi*^ i>f t*oriin. ,, . * 1 Pcrt^nr , who are eotoidered to be we J ,, tu 'he tiud tuU-ntiona ol tbv Kii>t, ot l ru. affirm {hat M de Kndowitx ha, ne>.r beon -m wre'.y abandoned; thai the triumph of M. le-.aa teuflei w?. uioie aji>arent tLan real, that the rifice Of V de Kadowitz wiw never more tliJ-.l a momentaiT cor.ee-^ion made thiough eo?utw?> ?' X^m^ior of Hu-.ia.ana that ihelvag proni^d Lim^l' to withdraw it as foen he Could do -o without inconvenience^ I tie."e -amo I>,'r that V de Kadowitz h-t= never cva^d to be tav. ?i .d>i?rof the lung; ami that it ? *?; *?' and hi- .J i-tcm which it w wv-hoa to make prof it ir ail-d that it waa by tho ads .oe ol . 1. de Ka dowit* that Kredorick ttnliiam orden d M. M teullel to demand a fortnight a posif-onement ot th lire^f' n C?ntert nee, in th.' na:ue ot the .ndepeod iSTof the Smaller rtat?. It wa, deairvd by h? meaui to return to a s)-t<?ui ot piotocols d) |.1'> jaatic i.otci, and interminable IU'KuU^'?"a' tt N1 ua-eitle nllthat waa agre.-d ti^n at ar?a ? ? Maateufelaec. udedthis ndngue, bui uncou^ iou ly. h mar be ^id that h. hai b. en .hceired by hu 1#^UatSS'5io? of Austria have rva hed Berlin, iu winch Pruie? de .St-hwarxcnb.-rg con. . ' to ailow to the Lew oent.al ?wt r two vote, . a- d ; tioc. whieh were to W div..k-i . . tivelj i- t* the juttv atatw. These prvpotiUona ha^e not been aoecitid by Prmwia. th.. conc<w?on made by Aus tria not l4?i'g dt^ mcd .uflwient. Ihu' ia hai r, plU-d. ac.l aJthwigh rh* a. t? with g^at wJ'ten. i. i- kcowuat Lfri-len thai her c?...enci..ii? are ot a twofold nature; th-> refer, at IU- nine time^ , to the constitution of tie central j-v * e JJJ1 ' ^ di?*.- on of t bat power. C>?. tl.v ti,-. pimt. tr. . demand* that the numWt ol ??n*l ?o?' ' i.-lt Auatria offers to raise from eleven to tbjrt"e?. idial. be tarr- 1 up to M-m-.u-.-B; inu would be ami. em'- ot ?' * vo?. -. Which w.,..ld ail be d.v.de-l among the petty .t.te. The two J-w^aie .greo-l n. i n yTiig a greater fe?ir to a \ r ? but theT differ a? to the eatent of that 'uer'.-a J w.wcr which Austria eonfmvs withm ? mint that K cx.-eed.. and ^-rhap- with expg.-r.tion t>a the M-c-nd point, i'ruwia .bruiauds lha? An-""'? Si?S-t her the nicut. of t^.tiog r-,^ I, with her, where, er th- ?nt?n.?lt ????al .right- "ft u c-o. ft delation are i" tjueetion ; of tnku.g part ? i rerwd l ke her in the diecu-iou of aH -iu-.t on* tu the 4*enL??k ol tu ??- is^hu, ot tstfi n'rSL 130 co^.t# Th - 'tregple betwr. n t&o two pw.r_ | ha# ner.r had b?t one and the aamc can^ : 'nch ?rt take fi?ro it rhai th uj.n ma y. and ap^ prolT.ite it teit-.-if. laa ptneuee ?f til-- reciprocal the C.?fer*me et the pieuipeten.iane wu rot yet be re<uw."t at lw. a.n it hai been adjoureed tu Ihe 10th ' f Mm-h. l" ore* 1 1 ist.on of th.- e< ntral pow^r. and jet tn- nu..? !>?' of ? ot.? of which '.hat w?i ?hi*4' eon*<- ? * th manner in whkh they -hail be distributed, re na.n up to tbia moment u .-ettled. .No one ican predict Ike date at ehichil will be I"'-' "" fomm iKe th. -ttit.f- ot th., A.^-mbly. lu th tueai t Hie, the - I,', r h"* a mtMUKi't whn-h wo were far f.om 111 . . . niiuitte*- had be. n charged toetammc th mi v. . u min d b* tho hn aof NVtir^mbe.ir. win. '.bat !? i liuntb* i 1 1 rwjii > ? Hint . .< < o| nil th i icimia |? i.j.i iIhmIiI lie titullrlied by the nul-; of the .-hi ?? iuf 1 ;.!'?! go*< itjio- 1. ? 'Jin r p.ft of |h? rotBwiitt. t it in fir. or of tb mi rtiou of lb- jir'> rMitiwi ; ai.ti it I i- ?|.-( iiulfin u? <i 'n< j'fi'v - 1 Iti ifooln'Kii to (fc* confirm. < Tln? n-jiort i- tli ?c?'fc of Hi t;.- ? , the ?"? luuiMU-r of 1 ri At'anf. Til ' r< -tit |< ?|. I.t.t ,d. ,|.ir the T -?? r . 1 r> :? i induei.ce ??( the Kii g of Wi - n ' T% wh ? <? 1. r a j.ro?"ii!..| as d jti-iK-mj . u jtn.ii i.i the ?J c.r I' - of Iwilin a i f m ? - . It i* fttii ?ai?t ti .i' tbi- K r.ji ..| J'rn- iii hi' ii ?<i ' Mni' k v> tli iti i . <>r :i Z', t:i?! il !? not iu>{ i'.le tli*. I . rr..<\ ? ni%li I' oi Vh-'i ? H f if (j ?tion, ltd pmn?i.? ? . ;*..???- i.t th cln :>?!* hr ? :i o; iiii?n ?f ti e in r - ot l ? . '? ? ? .t.i ? m ? w ?> mukt ivii iu"' ? vitli'iM Iimk > \V .rt. mil ? jj It la **d1 in i^. i-i. -libit id .. , in ,? \n-t-ii ? i r?W<ttl < ? tiot> of ? c ir.nsitt* It hi alp imI; tl. " >t i HI "B t '-.ill in ti ?? jii.rft .ill) t>f it? hi. i . ? ii .! ; h I r tb? j r< nt. At I*- i hi* ii i | mt j w?imljr ? t< ? ?? - tin idea ct * ' i man i,at..i ,.i ; .? S.atuitit. sol tbi' Mrtr ianct witl.mt wi ?-l,t 1 lt?- k..- ir t.M tUat hi rnmr gain iinm i--?- : v i i.. ?a! iiitliH-u t!. fmiarlut I by -ti|f*rtit!jr ?(.? a a jm ? ? i. ? i. t b * t t br m'ttirif ' f i oat loi.ai )m Imoh i t w !1 t?? it.- nil tb< -i'm tan ? I tb. i .ilioii. and tb.it oil ?"!< ) a fitl**H<.fl |"ru.? I fain, t a.. .X hi.- to In outduDtf I./ tli." ? ? Ol t I Ml ?? J ? ? I I Tbr court ?f V in-., i I r> witljr c'lrimniiicati I lo Ct rt* ii C? o: '' of < " rtBHi j . i( t ' - if f ! ?r. I n ? niong t4?.? numU r. n ? m s ? it '-in t h?? '?! ? r of Fof> i(fti Afair* tf ' h- I- r> n- b Hi j ji.iit-. liani' th* intrr Jtic' ion (t thf Au?tri?r? i^"-? ??i ? int t thf ( i*r?iaiii. :? t 1 w'i batt p+to ?km dMi.n.t; ?'.:ih i 1af. 'I th'- il I F?br?t?fy, I** " nf 'h* ? " pi", firm, mi I 'I iMn^ruHgc ft ? ! i'r*iutr. It t^ t I tli it it rcinthiilrf rtih r | " "*'"" jr> tMt. We cv"f itutati t Ik Monitor on |f (Tr<witt.i L"? 1' * OI? !?? t>*rnrr m urj i i 'I in 'i ; ? TTw urtwttHy actu'at* orr. i..,.i. th /*,w 4tt ti *>'" i, it.! >rm.< u.. that far n Mm fi-utfrl'* c?n*r a* i'nw M?i*t?i of l'm?? ?> - inr tra to ita r!c*\ and that hit fail will jto' iM/ b foil 6 wed iy b ft i' >4 i^itar* bfllPNrB Aii?tria ami PtsmI* Ovr ??rl*aiii?t i?.|*?|?-r*ry acn mpmwr* b.? ran m nt w;th rsftr'.-i a* of n.ituml n jrrt .?( tbi *cl t of b ' fa".., it? ?<a!<?aan, as4 ir.-mnn'1! charge of pfraonal intngu* ig i aft ? iualljr <ln tinciivbril n >nii'i, which, w(. brln-vr, will turn out to ii<- pt rftttly utifouiidfii liut it i< flrar that m grrat rf nt t *? m ro?how triki-D jii?cc in tb* fcbrSc that wan j ii' filler wtih k> marlt haat<- at ' >1 tautr; mhI wa . ^nnot doubt tlmt it hM <>rigfnat*<i is tbi- arrogant and umfortn n*|frra<iua by wh^h !'"*? -<i,wari( nix-rg haa aiieuti'i^l ti??i maay alii' i wbo. ?(?? nii'dtbti ago.wrr? mm ly to look fa< vrably #n tbt t i?f j.f * t( ii jioti - of Th*; ifi.'TVf tu a a.,. i?ftti.- fongr"* of tb* ln?|iT>r<a*i * ol tbi> rotiSirrufo f.f |if-'l-ii that hi* t si'itrd ?? Utile attMition, au>! pnitvittl ??> mall i* incaiare rtfn "f n'.t^ fV>th *?>!?? rvalit-** and |ib*r*i? ?'Pr ti<. tli , roughly uafiT ??'d with the Bian't'Wtiy jrtiTtfU-t'Bl rbarici*' ..f any bargain* that nai^bt nato Wtn runrimii'd tbere, to trouble tbe?"tr*? witfc following iW NKailMllriiiidilh bati* If**! tbc UxrwaB yf^f'iWfeniieTiwi eewle*tad ?rith burlc iiut dec^ntfn 'I hp rileMt of tbe p> 'bfnlV ImliUmim of th^ *a iiantwB if a d'.ten j'diti. i?n* in all glial 'au gi** *?*? i? ti.Urnkly e* tbe di-'ru'-no*" on 'ho -ight ?of"#, ^u4 tb* like. Whirb HI! tl tba tlin ? d#'t?t?-4 tn r*c?MtrVHi>? ant ?ral ugn-' i hi i.?a of i *?rmanjr Sub^Te ba? kar-t, trca ?oon < thaa eouid Imti k?N anticipated. It is putty clear tkat the final issue bM Wd taken on the ques tion, whether Austria *u to have the sole control of the reorganized l>iet, or whether Prussia shoald retain any ?hare in the working administration of Germany. This point, at all events, is weighty ; enough to justifV the Broach that U said to navo i taken place, and to revive the general interest in ' ib? MuiiuaU fortune of the confederation. The I traditional claim? and inherited primacy of Austria, have already retained for the house of tlapoburg a place in Germany neither due to the civilisation, ihe social advancement, or even the military strength of her dominions. We can find plenty o faults in the recent history of Prussia, nor hare the l&dt throe year? increased the common opinion of the I practical talent and legislative capacity to be found : among her wMognes. Hut it would be impossible more thoroughly to cripple and paralyse whatever j there is hopeful and promising in liermany, than by : agn cing to terms which would have prostrated the philosophy, the education, tho protestantism, and the industry of the Northern States before the bar barous feudalism, the rough Soldiery, the corrupt diplomacy, and Ihe slavish cutholici.-in of Austria. it was I'aron M a nteufTel's fortune to step into office at the time when Kuropc would have welcomed almost any Avatar, no matter how worthless and unattractive, which, by averting a ?".mtinental war, could have saved the funds from falling, and post I potted the actual appearance of Hussion armies on I German soil. This cardinal service procured him a : toleration that he would otherwise never have re \ eeived; but in proportion us the imminence of a i crisis diminished, hi* unfitness for a position at the | head of a parliamentary government has become in creasingly apparent. The child of thoold bureau el icy, whose high mechanical perfection heenme an u'lual bane to Prussia by enfeebling and emascu lating th< ability of ht r statesmen for independent action? I e letesietl tin- whole ]>ai lUuncntary system, <> ith ii- forms, and soinpromises, and necessities, for evading intrigues or conciliating partisans. Above ail, ne was supported by the clique which exist- at tlie bock of every p >yal and ducal throne in Germany, and m> where in a more disagmeable form than iit Berlin. This rUtrk of the iinj>ovcrish- j ed nobility li i'> e 1 1 e l, in vii e ot their birth, their | f. iinl iniffnenee, an 1 rigid eselusivene s, to main- i t;ii:i :t pn ition hi' h they had neithortM wealth ' nor ti e ? apRcitjr t? turn to any useful pur]>oses. la Prus-ia th ? i liiju diluted ? ? -ry popular minister liom fMoin to Kudowiti. In llesse, in Baden, in I Bavaria , no le-stban (as we hare lately notieod) in ] Turin, tliey wt rc .-ure to have some UUcmteMed . ; facti' ii ? t the royal family at their head, to prop*- I gate back -tr.irs eon-pi u> y, ami stand between the j throne and its r'-) < ? -i ? . i ? advisers. Kttry friend j of op? i. and en stiiuti nial government must rejoice | at :: blow inflict <'d on the chainpiiiU and favorite* of I such an o<B<'Us clique \Ve take thus much notice of Baron M&nteufTel's i ; fall, far more from our conviction of the class-resist- I ance that must hn\ e been -ur mounted to effect it, j : than from any immediate prospects of a manlier and ! j more honorable system in the lorcign policy of Prus- | sia. No national* politician can attach more value to the sudden changes in King Frederic William's temper than to the whims which led Madame de i Pompadour to turn over her favor to a .Mach.iult or ! a Muurepas. 'i he king who, in March, ltUs, bid his trc ps retire before a vanquished insurrection, j who proclaimed 44 that lYu.-.-ia had merged into Germany," who pledged his royal word for the maintenance of the l.rfurt Union, and ;ei?,?d the moment of it- formal renunciation to vapor in senti mental tou-t- to the pa^t and present of Prussia ? such a prince ha- ceased toforin any seriousj?lement | in the calculations of . talesmen. 'ihe most that can . be hoped i- that henceforth ho 'hou.d give over governing, and be content to reign by grace of son. j arm stronger, and some head steadier, than his I own. In this case, with all our respect for General j 1 Kadowitx's character, we are not sorry t" hear that his direct restoration to office is not considered pro bable. What the King of Prussia needs is not a niinL-tcr who will coax him into dignity, nor even one who will sympathise with the undoubtedly amia ble features ot his character ? but utw who will re strain snd master him, a . in short, the I hike of We 1 i iington mastered George IV. M. Bodelsckwingh's return to offiire is the most probable, and will be the | m??t fortunate, result of Baron ManteulM's ro-dg catn.n. >!. Bodelschwingh enjoys the qualification [ of being per onally esteemed by the whole constitu tional party, while hi- pre-revohitiona ry experience ! of oft' e invests him witna governmental authority i which we could not claim e\cn lor General Kado ' wits or Baron Vincke. Tlir (.rem Kxhlblllon [T rnm iLe London I liruuicle, March 17.J The following is an abftraet of roodf, P.ritUh manufacture!, <Lc., rcwivcd to the I5th March up, inclurn e: ? t /o.' -. Kb.tJPkgs. Cia st, So. <>f Pkg - . 1 2ti-? l(> ? 5 ! 2 }*) 17 53 3 ty is is A 11 19 53 r> 3T.i 20 71 U 344 21 2t> 7 Ill 22 21D f? 12?> 23 31 }? 61 21 33 I 12 101 25 H '11 ?> 26 ?*? 12 31 27 l&l IS 1') 2* *5 II 35 29 Ill 15 ? 30 159 Total t^C3 The following is ? it turn of foreign nuj colon. al good* rcctfved uj to t be Mint period:? t'uf lit.*. Belgium (imc !"? ? Inn:'... . 34 1 1 ? 4; .. i. i ftj; I*- * mark 1 II..1,) ? Fltirrr W7 l."?ul-?rJ/ 1 ? R< iiw 7 Aim*: '.a .. .1 Sardinia lUniMr 0 Tu-eany I.U'irk 1 4 gijirrrelti : ? Sweden ... l'? ftiiarli 5 7 Pern 1 H,..l.n, 1 Hu ri.i 24.* Uui'l |:u< lijr it Spain ?i. ; j. >-*e t*iaw> li 11< i ... . Tum? 'Jfi Vv- hi .... 11 Twkrtr 1 I'iik-i.i. ... UU) f* itacrlsn! 134 s \ nj ! -i lu:ttU S'tali' W n?. wfcety T |'i?n fort ;!1 Amvmct. I'-relftv 3 ,M3 O l"li' I Gui-runy 15 Total 4.;y, Aiultir.mj of |ti< (?? > man K< volution. [Kr' ui ilu I.- if Ion Timi ? March 1 1 J Tb< 1-rge r<eio in the Freeing ona'llall wan trr'lay fitted nji P-r j |int |uihfrin{ vf tht < mm jaililical refuge. *, who -at down to dinner to the l umber of rfiii'- five htlielrcd. "Hie <hi? ! dt*e<> ration wn? a large black ??!?>? h. Iinne at tbe extreme < tt|. on ?bich wa? iii.?-: bed, in gig mtic red 1. tt< r?, (L' i f in ? "I "Robert I'lum, ' n< th< ? ii i ? ? f martyr to the p vointiooary cnoaa. I 'uni t' t lt<* {tcriod While the pl.-'in boiled ii'l roa-ti which the rood ratcly I' ' ii'* 1 li< ki t.* c'.miii.M:-!' -I, mvtt ca tun by the im ?r'(.t?, ? verv i lpi,lii nt band, perched in the bi?li frnth iT, plaje<| i'?ki!anitiii< tnm<. Tii? Mir.wl h ? *?? ri'-eiv*."! with lott'l acclamation*, an-l e?en riKW'.'l. m<"l. ii.iht ii, i * cry unr prvirftt twiiiv^l il" t mineil to lie a* cfitlinci ?-tio a* iio? il#l ?, attamii g a ib-jrrre nf fcn?r whk-b tbc voliLr luituru of our ii-iiii il ,-ckloai reach c. 'I!. m[ | ? a i a i . <? ui the meeting w?< rcju'ctalile, ai.'l. ur !!?? e?j-e' ?? 1 |-oliticn| ere oa ?a* t'*|?rc#i"ej in I lie ii hi ? i ii- ? in, lit, if inijfht h:i?<* bi ifO Mi|<p?-r<i I Lai 1 1 ? | .i i " in ? ..ml ting the ,i^-. iut,|_\ were not f--' nii.'iily rr]?blican, tmt romprt?e?l all the i-bs<l<^ ?t 'j U iii.it !?< l"i./ to th'' In ' eatcgnry nf anti ?'? ?| ? t i.*tn . i'-ut the li*t of mi?liliiiM won wt at |i?t all HoiiM ? that tmjfiit have cxint?4 a* to tbc il ori.ngb -g< I ?' j r ?j?'??-?ti? ? of ?h? <in*r? Tht?> n*whiti(iiii n ^t ntily I*nfr*<il -\ui|.irUv with tbc ? reiman I'volutior. inthevear- fHi.?-??, *|,nt cri-e c>ally ?l< ^iwiteil the lintt'C of I la|>*burg a.? a fomo* tliieg in* ? ni)Mitilile wiihtbe lilcityof all n.itMin coinnctctl with it, a-l'tiiift an ? xceration tunther I ?? in; in prii - ? .* by way ot -iifipl< in nt ; ami wimlitig Hp with ?hc broaii ??at<ineat that only on the r? j n bl ? :in ftriarijile ri "Ifreliance cmcl lb- Lappv ^??a| l?e attnin -l Ai.*l, !? ?t even tbi* fbouM prove t"i vnguc, the ?|iCei l? - of <o?o of the <>raU.r?, Willi the >|plai' e that fnllnaHl Mtaiu twlr, rhvaci Ibnt thij "1'' tnoeriiti'' aii'l > ?h?tic Kej-ublic" t?a- the irran<t i.bjeet of ?lr?lrc. The i. 'rtnaii ?j?altcr# wwtiri*"! among other* ? let frill 1 laeg. tbc pi- -? I' tit ; Arnobl Knge, ."*ir'ive, ar l :ui II in gari-in gi iilb inan, who cnlighlvncd an yrd't"' I'U' liai'H Winn Wccjvjk Ii g n | 'trtii.n <>f li i - -|??'eb in tli- p?r? ar Ail 'it 1 1: i m were rem ukahly 'imilar in their man ner of ifilirrry, ami in th* lca<ling i<tca wbi'h pi<itn(4e<l tii'-m, pnking with a cou-'ant einphaii.*. whi< h prodti I a 'in^oliir union of in<>noton)-, anil the aranre of lifvof. '1 heir general ten ?b nef wa? t'? ef forth liic pwuliatly 'icriaan view tbat their ran c wa< not lo inneh that of their own pai'ioulnr nation u of humanity in g<*n ral. 1'oiii i\ e rcligiotia an<l natioial ?tm tlm tior? were ctl'lcntly r?gar<le?l a< incoac-nieat obaraeli to thu grvat work ?<( fraternity, wbie!i wm tn be ( mrri"?l out to i<? full' ?t rat iit. .Now, tbc t * et tr a o pHltce* were upbraiile.l with their d'^ible ib tiling? now it *n* J^at' d that (jermiin rej-vbliean ii m vrai no new thing, but ??? inherent in lb* t iefBan nation- now exult ntioB wn? t.*|,re.?Hi that ? icrman philo*ophjr h?'l broken the ti iaim< U of an ? nt nt fii|>cr?titio'n; but the thcry wai> eoaotantly k-jt in tit* that the unity of the ? .?ruim nation, T rev i nt' <1 bT the e*itu o< ^ of the rnnatl Mate#. wa? a parallel object with *h> uni"!! of all mankia<f. ami that rer"4titi?n waath* legitimate c*nae<|ueno? of rt'"t mation. The ?nfhtt^ui a wi'h which h | w r?U at "krrnlnzH.n" -Mar A-An/," au?l the like, wer (anjfh* np by the a*- mbly, f an hardly be et.n- j r. ived by tbc<c wh j aru only uacd to hngli.*h auii- . en"e?. tk? 'livk" of tlw *D7 I one of the Utruitii orators, but the Italian, Max tiiii, at whoae eat raitce the whole assembly roM with iwlanatiou. Hln thin figure, long pointed beard, and shortly cropped hair, presented a striking contract to the mure portly forms and somewhat pedagogic aspect of hu Tuetonic associates. He spoko in French, and his almost suppressed voice sounded singularly enough after the souorous efforts of his predecessors. Dexterously entering Into tho original idea of the universal brotherhood of all nation*, he reduced his whole theory of temporal and spiritual government into one neat formula, thut for an emperor he would substitute the people, and that for tne Popo he would substituto nature. Although the meeting lasted long after Muzzini had delivered his speech, the audience began gradu ally to thin as soon a* it was terminated. An ora tion by a French gentleman, who came forward as a substitute for tne absent Lcdru liollin, aii'l re markable for the plainness with which it laid down the socialistic principle, and a short speech in which the sympathies of the English nation for the tier man revolutionary movements were set forth by Mr. Lewes belonged to the post-Maszim part of tho entertainment. An agreeable diversity to the evening was given by the vocal music which was occasionally execut ed. The Hermans notoriously excel in part sing ng, and the precision of the singers gained an ad ditional charm from tho euthusiasm with which they seemed animated. . lM Miitu III 1 The Karl of Albemarle expired on Suturdav morning, March 15. llis lordship was the fllth Larl ot Albemarle, sind was the ton of the fourth i nor bv hi? first wife, the daughter of Lord de Clif t?.r'i. "His lordship was born in 1791, mid married in l>lti the daughter of Mr. Steer. The earl is suc ceeded in his title by hid biother, the Hou. Col. George Thomas Keppel. The venerable Larl of Meath expired on >atur da v, the I ">th March, at (ircat Malvern, Kngland. lli- lord-hip was in his eightieth year. The noble earl is succeeded in his title and estates by his eldest son. Lord Hraba/on, now Karl ot Meath. r-ir Stafford llenry Northcote died oil Sunday, March 1(>, at the family seat in the county of Devon, in the eighty- ninth year of his age. The deceased gentleman was son of the sixth baronet, and marri ed, in 17!*1. the daughter of Charles baring, Ls.p, which lady died in lMl The deceased, w ho suc ceeded his father in 1771, was a magistrate and ill l utv-licutcuint of the county of Devon, of which the first baronet filled the office of sheriff iu the second year of the reign of Charles I, and repre sented "the county during the reign ot Charle- 11. He is succeeded by his grandson, Stafford Henry Northcote, Lsii., llouoiary Secretary to the Loyal Commissioners for conducting the exhibition ot ^ March 1ft. at Montrose, very suddenly, aged 104, Mrs Svmon. This rciiuukublo w oman was born in 1747, the vcar after the battle ot ( ulloden, and wa-, iheietore! forty-two years of age at the breaking out of the tir.-t French revolution, in 173W. 1 hough t icorge 111. reigned about sixt v y cars, she had lived uimci i.o fewer than five sovereigns? three Georges, hn-g William, and Queen Victoria. Mie was in Lei oi dimity health up to u few mmutci bclore she I C*X^Vr Linton, who '-.as joined many a loving couple 1 at (Jictra. died on W ednvsday, March lJib, at hii i icsidci te, Oretna Hall. 'j he well known Danish natural philosopher I ( i-iid, died at Copenhagen on the !'th ult., i.i his 74, |, v ?r. lie was the author of numerous uuiks in > liv-ie-. nioft of them in the Latin Iwng lage. 11- last, wli . h is in Danish, and entitled " A u.deii ?, Nnnir n" (Spirit in Nature), c::used a grea seu i ieu w hen ii v,u- published, paiticularly in i.er "\laior (ieneral Mahou died suddenly at his residence, 7 Froad -tieet, Brighton, in the course of ! Monday night, the 17th ult. It appeared, trorn tho evdeuce at the coroner's inquest, wUioh was helu at thi King's Arms Inn, that on Monday he dined at the club on the Steine, with bis friend Captain Cup r acc and then appeared to be in hla usual health and spirits. On le? n uig the club, Caitain t uppage assisted him on with his coat, and bade him good t\cXiirK- F?eforc he went to bed. he took a Muall quantity ol whiskey and water, iu he was accusioin cd to do; and then proceeded to his bedroom. About three o'clock in the morning lie rang his bell. One of the female scrvuiits put on her clothes as quickly as possible, nud went to his ro>m ; but near ly a (luartur of au hour had elapsed muco he had nil ' hi# bell, aCl on her entering the room, he np i.cared to be asleep. Knowing him to be ".rather lidzciy " in his manners. she returned to her room, and took no farther notice of the cirdumstanee. A'oJut eight o'clock on Tuesday inornlag, another fi male sen ant entered his room, a^ usual, to light hi- Eie. having doi<e which she took in hi? brcakta.-t, aid srokc to him, but he returned no answer. she tl.tn went to hi- bedside, and touched hi- hand; aud, finding it cold, she botamc n lamed, and she then discovered thut he was 1 he jury re turned u verdict of natural death Major 1 Mahon served in Ireland in the rebellion ot IW ; be served alio twenty years in the \\ e-t Indie' ; and he was present at the capture of Surinam, and also cf Cuatialoupe in 1*1??. i<?r which he received the sa ver war medal with one clasp. Tin. Car.mvai. Dt vrti.-The great e-t Jtit of 1,11? (lie fancy ball at the Princes* Mathilde s? has been postponed "?r by a most tragical i cause, the death of the Uaroucss de iteding, the I quondam govern? of the princess, who had resided with her for many years as (lamt dt comjxignh. Tl.o flrfnnutanccs of her death were peculiarly l unch, and would have been toid hy Saint Sira'Hi *?ith the givntt?t rclirb. i'Lv tic i\cumg? v ho at fight v-four 3 car- of ? *? w . ?t time at defiance, was io have | flayed ? pictioiis part at th< ball of the prinei-s. and for that purpo.-e hud been much engaged of late with the costume in which she wa- t-> lave represented a >pun-h duenna, and which had becnde?igncd to .-uit her age ^ aid figure by one of the first arti-ls i.i the capital, t Hi the Monday morning, tin* day of the frit, the 1 dress ??' sent home, and the lady, all delight and ; jnyi ii anticipation, after having despatched her j dutic- in great haste, proee* d. d to try or the nil- ; eoiwiue ririg j-uit at leisure. The swing gl.u*, which . riSictid her li)$uiv from toi> toe, v?a- diawii i toward" the light, and the ifrc.-' wa- siiinittcd to I the most critical examination on all sides; each Douik e, and bead, and sjungle, bcrame the object of a sej arate comparison with the design sent by the prii.ei -s, and from which it would have been the ^reate-t mi?f?rtnii* to h.ivi d. viat<>d. small iti ms wi re found to differ, and, with the drcs still on. and looking fr-ni time to time in the gins*, sho prottcihd to n?te down wlust wa- mi--ing, "Your woik is not yet completed, wrote she to j her matt uM-Uiokti , ??much I- wanii.ig -till; the <). igr.ci will b? ahrioyed if 1 prv-cut mj -elf before j I m withai.y fault in tlsc ex -uti-.n <d his idea. ' Tin |-i had dropped from her hand; .-he laid her Ii' ad ?inietly down on the p rt'u.ncd cushion whi-h | d. . k. d hi r toil t, table, and thus? expired ! The i arklirg biads aod Muttering libbons still adorn- j ii.} r |.?-r?oii. and her lip tuui inuring -ome inco- ] b n i.t words relating to the subje.t With oeetlpie I : her mi? I at the moment.? /*?? ?* c<m t <jK>ndrnt of th Im hu'i n A'bu. ?Itsite ??f Tr?rti tivj, France. |?r< ni the I ""don Tlu >.?r> n IT ] The c< mmeiee of l'atis has not liee'i in o b*o a state lor several m< nth ; ?? within the lust 19 days. ; The manutattnrer' e??m plain as ?rtll a- the shop- ! I h i < r*. The eoiomi-- isn agents and tnivelleis : tii io the ib*l art user's, who usually v i- it the cipit'il at the < nd of the iuoiit,i ?! 1 ? biu , h.i 1 ? rot vet naiir thflr B| pearanee ; ai d i i tbewiatber ha.' iu m im iiicasute added to the difli1 ttlties of the -h''j* kcciers. lie witiltr month f w-,-rc j.ar< ,< uhit ly . m>ld, and ? aim clothing ?? not in a sg.ifm demand j it- dumg other y..r?. It wi- i \|retcd that the jpriig t a de would have set in at the romm< n< c luent or the present in >mh. but the cold and wrt wither has matiHall* Interfen I with the onler usually given dnHi g ihe spiing Tin laan ifie tun rs Icel the moie uuea?y on til" subject Ii" th? article* mtei <led lor the ? position of London being completed, t Io y ha ve but Uti'. empl?yment f.r their f.i-iatn. - l1o' ? vj or4 i tu>l <\um so di.ll a the )i..tnr tiade, in con e?pieute of older* ree.ned irvtu South America, e-j*'. ally lr?'iii l!io Jane ro, I'er i iiiibt.co. and \ al| a. a iso, wlo ie it i- -aid theie i a brwk demand for French bv nt. j. w, ll. ry, an I poiteJain Lyon and lbs other mam !a- luring . towi.s of Franc* an mflVrii g equally ?? ?ih l'eris. Accounts fiou? the agrleuTtuial district - state that the Io avr stocks ol win at am tng- . thrfanner-' have (onsidembly diminish- I. *i d gf?l >ample? f.n.l a r. i?d\ -ate "at an advance in j.rice lit the mar Vet' of Ihu e-. Orlvaus, Uourges, and ' 1 b'l cattle and V.nr*e fair* nrr well at tended, and the la'd fair of Ang-r? w . *celb I h*re wa? ? roi.d show of stor- buil'-eh*. wh,-h a 1 s?l l ,,,tir.f |r .<l>rtln bn br At tha fa r ,.f Caen from tt.ti"" ?<? ?.,in" b- r-ei <hai g d hai.d-., and at C hfc'eaut enf (l.iire et l?if i fat cattle, ?Isve^. j ni.d hor?? W*rw in cxeelb nt drmai 1 . . 1 urine the last w< ?k flour b n ?n If per sa<k in | 'arm Tho Vn-st flour is <|iiot. I at Mf thoaa< k of im Viiioirraiuiii' ?. Ordinary quality is tv be had . easily a? from to 4?H. th' ?a? k Haw -ilk continu. s to te sear., and dear m tba soot be 0i dr|?rttneiH?. At the la t i j h> pas superior quality was sought for at ?Vf the V il. ai ?? mine . ? . . ? _ I Ihe wine market a? K-ry ewt.nuej to bo w, II ...oiJiol ?'T railroad fr< ta "rli an . and the de- I i ar' in"Sit of the < h-r. I ? .... was -d.| -Mi, b ans last wctk. a* Bf . th. ea-k inr id?t ? p.iandy varie* m the maikets of tts. Aiwaguo,. fn m l?f to l?Tf TheCommitteo *f Ilcnreseutatins appointed to iMk.. into con -idcration th qU'Mion of a ^midete aiBiinisirat i?e wok?? bet wu nthe dochie* ?ft oburg ,?d i.otha. ha> e drawn op their rM-oi n ikia eon. liision, th. r.f e-s.ty for un?i ''ra'lm.nutral're sZ!i.? 1 ? negatived; but it Id a?lmitU I that prrfoet .^nidation is sd< >?aMe iu all matter.- conaeet'd | wi'htbf ow Alfc? y r nm|w iiw Albany, April 9, 191. Jn Invitation about to bt tmderti to tkt Mm. Dantd Wdrtrr to Visit the Ltgislutmt. Since the conteit for United States senator itt the Legislator* has been decided, there haw been attempt ?ade in the House of A*?emblyr to adopt any resolutive* of a national character. The various ' series offered at aa early stage of the eeMtoa by I

Mr. Anthon, Mr. Thompson, Mr. Varnum, or Mr. f Underwood, have not recently been disturbed; ul- ' though previens to the settlement of the Senator j question, almost every day some one or other of J those gentlemen made constant efforts to cxhusaso them from the tomb of the Judiciary Committee, where they were consigned. All those resoluti<wa J were purposely placed in keeping of thut commit- l tee, to bo smothered, which they hare been most effectually. Tlwy never will see a resurrection daj. ! It was so decreed at the outset. Mr. Anthon has kit upon another scheme by which he intends to test the sincerity of the Seward woolleys in their professed faith in the nationa.1 administration. This morning ho introduced a joint resolution, tendering to the Hon. I>aniel Web ster the hospitalities of the State, a* follows: ? When as toe I<egi*l?tHrr of the State of New York I have been apprised of the intention of Daniel W'fMit, Secretary of Stale of tin I'uited State*. to visit the State of New York lit mi early day; and Whereas the eour?u pur-ui-vl by that di*tii>(rui-lie<l Muter-man lias justly eujeared him to all u ho lore the t nion. an the houreo of our prosperity in the past, and the irroumlwork of our Lope in the future, ami to alt who value the (.'on-lit ut ion us the coruer-stoue of that union: therefore, Ite-olved (if the Senate concur!, That the Governor be I r?--| n ft fully re>|ue-te<t to teutler to the sail lion. Daniel Weli-urtbe hospitalities of this State, and to invite him to \ init the eapital thereof. Iti folvcd, (if the Senate eonenr). That a joint committee of four from the Senate an>l Assembly l>c appointed to lo t wilti the Governor iu carrying the above resolution into etli ct. He 11 --unto* that Mr. Webster intends to visit tlii-. State, ??ut there is no evidence in the possession of the legislature that he will visit any portion of the State, but ] a-* through the city on Iiis way to Multifield, lie is not in a condition to \ isit the capi tal and partake of the hospitalities which .Mr. An thon ile sires to tender to him. llis recent efforts at llurri.-burg ovoreauic hint so much, that he has been compelled to tarry two or three days jn Phila delphia and New York, on account ot illness be fore he could proceed on his journey eastward; and a- there is no probability that Mr. Webtfer will undertake to visit the capital of the State, previous to the adjournment of the Legislature.it is tiossihlc that tliu re- ululion.s quoted nbore. ure intended only us complimentary to the Secretary of State ? the main pillar in Mr. Fillmore's administration. Mr. Anthon. is in reality, the only fearless friend of the national admiui -tration in the Legislature, lie ha.' manifested a manly courage during the whole session; and whilst Yurnuin and his squad in the House, and Ka brock, and Owen, and lieek man in the Senate, have been compiled to succoiub to Sewardism, Mr. Anthon has firmly maintained the position which l:e assumed at the commence uieiit of the session. We say, Mr. l'cektnan has | receded from his position, although many doubt his sincerity in opposing the Seward candidate for.Sei atc>!, on account ol his supposed principles. Mr. 1'eekman together with Mr. Babcock and Owen, rent a special secret agent, (a member of the llou.-e) to ascertain from Governor Fish his views on the compromise matters. Mr. Fish would not condes cet.rt to replj to their interrogations, and turned bis back upon the messenger deputed ly those three honorable Senators. Tie vould not return uny an swer, laying ns much to thoso inquisitive gentle men, as "\otc for whom you choose for Senators, you'll obtain no pledges from me." From Mr..Beck man's intimate acquaintance with the ex-< lovernor, he ought to have been aware that he never would enter the threshold of the United States Senate chamber, cramped with a pledge of any charaoter. His uniform course since he had entered the arena of politics, wa- guarantee sufficient that he wad a sound whig; aud that is all that Mr. Fcckinau or any other man of ordinary political sagac ity should have ventured to enquire into. Mr. Bcekman's opposition to Mr. Fi.-h was based on the fact that Mr. Fish treatedWii* interogatories with perfect contempt. Mr 1!. a Senator from a locofoco district (of which he has often boosted,) and a high-minded gentleman, could not brook Governor Fi-li's insolence ? hence his contin ued opposition. And this is all Mr. ltcekman has done a- a national administration man; he has, since that period, voted and acted with, and spoken for the woolly heads in a dozen instances, ana will con tinue to uo so to the end of bis present senatorial career. Fut to the Webster invitation. On Monday, Mr. Anthc-n's resolutions will probably be taken up and adopted, a? they are so smoothly couched that no par ticular offence is given to the Seward majority in either biauch of the Legislature. And from the certainty that Mr. Webster will be unable to re cruit his system at Marsh field sufficiently to make a speech licr? at the Capitol, before the day of ad journment (the 19th.) the preamble, resolution and all, may be adopted, as the easiest manner of disj'osii'g ol the subject. V\ . Our Canadian Correspondence^ Toronto, C. W., April 2, 1SB1. i 77 f ? aw/ Jsdum a f Qtvrgt Thutnpsom and ICrgn Ikmgh* ? Ontia Ugiu r.?i thr Urn ltd Slate*. We ire in the inid.?t of t? mo?t violent ?nti--laYery crtuade, in which George Thompson, Frederic 1 'vtiglii.-, nil J Mny (uf tSytMIM) pbj the mo?t coiifrpiiuous part.-'. The buck ground i* filled by the hutct.U iacendiaiice, of whom I hare already bad ( erosion to .?pc?k pretty freely. Lilt night, Cnurgc Thompson lectured for a couple of hour* to a crowd* I aiuiieiKc in the St. Lawrence Hall, the largest edifice in the city; to nigVt, Douglas and Ma} are to addre-s the colored I'Cr j'le of tin city? and a mo?t odoriferous mooting they will linve; to-morrow, lioaglas is to lecture on the Fugitive lnw. and on the mo?t i fleet uul n.i th il of bottling It* provision.'. In: 1 1 ad of attempting to co.ideni-e into a brief ej ift1'' a complete outlniv o t Thompson'* lecture, 1 will ftirtii 'li yoft wiih one or two extract: from it, wlij'.'h will jci\-n tolerable idea of the extreme* lo wlii-.ii the ) j.gl -h M. V. committed him.'tlf. No report of ii Jin- vet appeared, ami 1 therefore copy fluiu my own rot* *? Fit t, with r< gard to the pre of the I oion, Tin aipcon iid: ? Ui< v in * |.i|? r? ;?r"' ?lmo?t without an ? xeeptt -npfv ?t*T?-ry 1 h"? ;trr )B"i" il l) an<| 'd> ? caelv j.r- ? -l-irt ry; Mid yet they t i hi by tli unmU, nnt tfi'-.' ti <d the Mi .i.Iii.n urn' rai'.aay cur of tli.it ? iintry 1 bey are. Will." lit i>. j.'i' n lie niott ib|.ravtd mi l 4'praTinf I tk n <1 i,i' wiri<l< i i.T?'nif?t tlil> mxwHiit HM li i- ineOe 'Ik tn m ' Tie- spirit "f ?la??*rjr Take th" "r ci'M'if tr.. i. m J c n>mcree They are all pen- i.tn rr, fi I i I III* f ? ? u ? a' '* K* > fit 'ft .ill N ' * V"fk to I bf ]ht%~ I n 1'irt W I ? tire th' y |>r<' ?la*i IJ ' Ilceau e t!i ? cmi ii. n < t th t nitidfrtati S pewclatety; and. th rrfor". i ? tii. i ' u lie ir. i- tli.i .n.n. .till jir, .. l""tt"D - i otti ii? ? tt' ii The W(4 Indian en |Tet lib i!(?? ' at of a -i...'i.r l 'Kr>ix iol i l ift'i : t?tril*ct In Ami i.ea i? ectnjin ?ted in!-, a bale <f rotferi K*tit- r? ? in |-!< t> I n' mo; Ii*' to plfaw, mid they write their art'el" BftaUorr ranke tkeircoaU ? liiuedcr The polit I l.?i?i? are (irn-liMf, Snif of ilmn arc rani.: v ? . it hern ilran i; iii 14 It i 'ill not d> to (Jtaui. ? Mr ?? 11.M ii pn.rpcct" by |.ni--!m cry; fine. f)mnilT. ii himlrtd f. <M't pa'"'" New lork talk aiiMI? nil r r 1 1... . .'r. f Hit ir lit >a at Hut thij urr Mill w r H:pfiti? tt??- it pill. ? ::<t ie>t Ut?l Tlir | -?lit leal nf tin I nit> I ???<?? - a< a iciwral rait* ?n utter'j ti -titute ?! |irlnrl|>le; a? neann < f infirnia ti' li tin; are liar n tearlut* Of |ii"nili' ) . they lire tralt<i<t" ti nth 'I i... n il.'lmit j. . ? r in |H< NnrtlM ra Matf?, ail Hi'' -."ii" Tli /..'.urr/ m4 iW"> f'?. th' ur-'it ? r>f?ii<t file W i . ;..n Mith'Hli t? i rotten titherrry e' re It- articit In J> fi nee < ( the Knit it i ? ?? !*U?w Ii* waa tli m< ? I4n i'lw iii' i | riHlu tlon i n r wrilti-a. Tlie th' cr<?|it. it oriran of xiMllwr irrrat l^i!i 1? pri tareri All the r' *'"? ? and nil-^'llariO'iM I ? r. I.i ? i|? r stoutly I ti n I 4ar? ry,<ir meiinl) apoio ?? f> r it ' i ar^ pr' ftarnii) Mlcut *itii nil nd to ll A^ain ? Ti If iirsi'r ? rk.? Tlwre hat nev< r l?.'n a ""and ?i rk ii IU' r.i I j.lnl ?| lij (itiblUbiil In the t uit?"l W?'"f ? tin ? the ?n. i-'l??< ry . at' i wan adveeated K?en I ?r W j I i T? ??. t>af n Unie HCair *L. n bt t auu to tri at ?falatt-r^ m-I at Ike i ad of III* eontri fer?y With the ilan r> ad*' eal? In th - "*"ii'h. I e'-ald ?r?r?"!> t>'ll wkat I' ?? w >lifM wa* the dlffireare fcetaern t?e>dlrduin ??tl iaitdl?d>. a i . ih rul iwle i-mj I iiirti U lit' rat lire i- | . it, t,. iln> # mttjfmfmwm llirpi i ' of w V'ik iftenpt n|i t?> .Ikialt ?>f ? wnrU. wtw n the jr Sad p? i hi on favotli f ht?4itM ni-ia. and t UwilU tlo ly i> - Mediatr tut>.| Ia> ibM kidaj awl AarlltH Jx >ltt I r?I in n* my i'i* i |?iaily MM tlHiapnii >? ? uatiafeoaa igaiait tl?e religion of Ann rt a I fi ar li ? tn : ? WlMii'th' tiid <t Anicrlrn ' Not the O-al who Mad* all mea t ran umlen-tanit the nHgN?f ? h- ll??t(>*itot?. ?t the Kafllr ai" ?f turt/ar'nit > riily , t?>t I eta. act aadefitand the MIr(>'I. of >Mrrlea <?r aniiiHln it ? "h th"- te?ehi>i?? >4 ? lirl?ti..iilty W tw n Ti r ) "ii tracrl la Amtrlea y? o ?re rtin in tkr tt*la? nl <larriy the c ufltry I* nrfiiltie' lit and ni?rt"ii?? the moiiniiio- ?r? ?I 1 1 1 ? Ml' a* a ad MUHar- -tin ririni r> ll tin ir tt'/'id/- atone ii n ?;i %J lad beaaty 'he ralleyt -i ^?1^?ll a??y l?i <h". .oU h nliai ?? . tLirt urr t<. wiring it ? |t)i>. ami woli ii pii? "i ? tad |.i"ii" rfaiala imitinhif to a r hip ; thefe ai? ri"?? aad epr>'inonle?. f??i? ai.d fntrai, Int alt the e hid" imt f">m the ai* bt th* r ul d< m- n if flanr) lit* ppirtt v itctyalMn It' i? tbe dtm u uintir.il. Ill* wilt I??k*fa4ir. Tb< ),!..rl aa rSlcraat ereatlna raem^lo |> t in 1 h> TMillHilr tn lik* li itifk and all tli?> rltea and e? e. W"fi??? if ib? pM.H. f* o|# m'< m lo lit -nt?.f,|iiij?t.' tw tin |>ri.f< und and ? < ul vrrmratii* h' m*tr? pail t"thi? inmiiat. fund aim ba? ^Hte.l liinj-' If In Am rica abovi to d. and tlaUc di luaiolt t U< liritii: ii atb if tiuio nil I" ifiht liiiDian rai< Ami M all tlm ti .njilfw vf Aa.rrtca I* the our gnat t. mole, to ?b.i b all i iac- trr int* <v ii , oat* r itnio* it< immty avrtala. we panetrato I" ii? n?n.i?? rti aiiar win ra tit* t Vi. ri| of Am.'rt. a ? tkabnedy |"df1 the gr-*t Anieriean ' ntoa? ?iih ln? h?4 on the nan*)** form of American Iftetty, rounded by rry?fco4 and darkened K<ui*. *u4 #r? i?wer*d laaidriM. ?nj tarthit tyrant*? imuiiik Mi UM< date# for lh< euslarewat ?f ? whole rontiix-ot, swaying ft sceptre of feorpton* ore* kU qui* rrlmg TietUnf. awl a trrplro of iroa OTPT hi* ?oiulwy, self-degraded inmii ; and with detoo niacal exultation escMaiiag, ? Sfi- low Hire* riiri*tiin> lore (hw nuotWr !'? These tre fair samples <4 the wkolo let tun. Th*y Mr* "geius of abolitfoaisin," worthy of tbs most carets] setting. Notwithstanding its extra' vagitnee, and it* blasphemous abuse efererything pertaining to America, the lecturt elicited rapturuui applause from the audicuce. Last night's westing is to bo sutdoM by thoso of to-night Nod to-morrow. By JSinduy, ?)*> mania will probafcly k? at it* height, ami then We shall have meek divines, and usiiruu* stor* keepers, and pious old maids, thanking (!od that thoy are not hs their itcighbMtr* are. What a lecture miff lit bo delivered on tho manifold hypocrisies and oium^y self-delusion ?f bites* ?er j righteous folk! A.IOLO-AatBBlCAN. Frrrosrn Mtxnrcic xui Bath, N. V. ? On Mon day, the 17th Muftfh, tU> Wljr of Albert VanKtten, aged twenty-tick*, of Van Lttenville, Chemong county, (where no was formerly extensively engaged in meicantile ami lumbering business,) wait fottnd in a ravine, half a mile frt>m Cameron l'riti?r<, Steuben count v, an 'i about eleven miles from lia?h. The body, when discovcvrtl, was very muck de eayed, und from appcarittice* seem* to have been hung to a small oak sapliug, ou the side hill, wJiere the body wad found, t >u iu<|uiry, his relatives laat week learned that tho dccea?vd. last fall, had lately Wen to Canada, and was returning homu with a large amount of monoy in his posses-ion. lie ha?ri vailed to see a man named Howard, then residing about two miles from Cum v run Corners, for thepua po-'e of collecting iouui money due to him, and wl'? taken sick und lcmaiuud there about a week. t>i? Thursday, October ;J, he arrived at tho widow 1 lowne's tavern; but kis baggage not being sent ; down in time, he was prevented from getting on the ! cars; his baggage snb*w?iu*ntly came. He remained at the tavei 11 over night. t>u Friday, October 4, about eleven o'clock, up left the tavern oil toot and alone, for a short walk, and proceeded in the dircc- . tion towards Hath. Nothing more was seen or heard of him until his body wu.j found as mentioned. The last that we heartl of him, ho was seen to turn from the road toward a piece of woods. We had mentioned his intention to take the next train for l.lmaa, and left his valise, coat, &o., at the tavern, liis non-appearance induced a nam I her of person* to search a little for him on the following Tuesday, but us his mode of life for iwo or three years past hud not been unexceptionable, it was supposed likely lie had suddenly made up lii? mind to depart without notice, and the search was abandoned. His friends heard of his disap pearance soon after, and sonic of them endeavored to make inquiries for hiui some three months ago. It i? known that about Sc ptcmbcr lust, he received tome two thou and dollars fur the purchase of lum ber. Several witnesses who saw him while sick, und afterward, attest that he had then in his possession a large amount of money. I "lie countcd eleven hundred, another nearly fifteen hundred dollars. It was in a money belt that he wore around his waist. This money was seen in hi.- possession within forty eight Louis ot his disappearance. When found, only two dollar; and fifty-two cent- was found on his person ? no notes, papers, or memoruudums, in lib1 ] ockct book or about bis person, except a slip containing said Howard's name. When fouud, his body s?-< used to have been hung by the neck, and a tart of bis neckerchief remained tied to tho limb, bearing marks of having been partially cut off with a knife, and then broken by the w eight of the bodr. The distance from the limb to the ground was only six and a half feet. Ilis height was six feet. lliS fett, had he hung him-clf by the handkerchief as found, would ha\ e rested on the ground. The body was in a peculiar position when found. A laboring man who discovered the body, gave the alarm, and a coroner's !ury was summoned, which, owing to tlui decayed condition of the body, gave it but a slight examination, and to save trouble, a.< th?y say, returned a veidict of suieide while insane. The deceased was not intemperate. Circumstances dis covert d sincc, lead his relations to the belief thut he was murdered. A further investigation should be had. Wc have our information direct from onu of the family. TL? remains were di< iut- rred and taken to Van Kttcnville, * here the fuacral took place ou Sunday la?t. ? JJuiidrt (A*. 1*.) Record, Mtuch 29. JKALorsv and I'hohahi.e Mimier in Monnjc, Ai?\. ? Mr. James IJomtldson, a young gent It-inn n ot' this rity, of high rospectability, i\ua eliot by Mr. A. Andrew, a j? wrier, doing bu inc-s oul'auphin street, on Thursday evening last, and wounded so merely that hi-.lite is de-j aired of. It i* aaid that lJounlJron, at the time of the attack, was walking arm in arm with the wife of Andrews, when he wit* met by the hu-)>and, who drew a revolver and deli berately phot Donaldson down. Andrewi iinme diately ga\e himself up, aud was lodged in jail to await t lie r< ult of the wound he had iuQieted. Ac cording to the latent intelligent-ewe have, lionald ?on is ?iill lining, though all hi* pbjik'iuDi 1^'IM in the opinion that he can survive out a i-hort lime. Th? l>iot her of.lum- ?? Donaldson, the wounded man, jesterdoj aiMlcanalili^il that Margaret Andrew*, the wife "of the prisoner. V. Andrews, had preriou* knowledge of the intention ot h< r husband t? make an assault i . | m *1 ? li i 4 brother, and that she w an aceee?Oiy l?elore tbo 1 act . ot ;tn a.a,ault with intent to Kill and murder JuuiV- CJ.6n till? cffid&Tlt, JcMtW Clculaml !.*.-uea a warraut for l*vr nmrt. .-ho wni found by the officer in jail with lieT ?"d *h? wa- immediately appre hendtd. H?*r counsel Caiuv to the magistrate mm! waived a preliminary examination for Itewwiit, whereupon the wa regularly committed, it i* the intention of Mr Aiidri w 5 t<> demand a preliminary hearing for bail carh the coming week. 1IU wife will likewise claim tbis right und. r thoLiw. Mr. Andrew.- aid that he did not intend to tli.it the answer* to the letters which hif wife received Here addu.-rid to Mr. Donaldson, but to a fictitious name, which was In cemj l;anee witli a tv<jU"-t made bv tht anthor of the letters that the must ad dres* him by I hi- :i- ? uin d name. Andrew* denies any av^imintanec with 1 >onnld*on, and say-i that he did no't know him a? the author of the aa nonynuu- ci mmunicaticns, only .-o far a? he ?*! laiiying > nt the design* and pioi.o. ition- whieh the annuity mou? letters contained, and that to hU knowledge he never sow Mr. Donnldson until t ho ?toning lie made the attack upon him, while he wai in n n.]?ny with hi wife. Mrs. Andrews nl^o I my?, thai ?iic did ftot know who w?* the author nt the (oinuuttlciitiotii he had received? that .-he knew Mr. Donald "!) by hi- ril name and n one Other, and while walking with him on Thursday e* eniiig, she never at uuee mi- peeled him a.? the ai'thor oi H|ot letters, and did n.<t know that he was going with him to a hou e of prostitution, oi that fh wa* wa carrying out t Ij>- pfJpo?itioii- of the ww onysioii- letter writer.? Aft rife (.1 Jtl.) 1U gi. hr, JMaith 55'. Tlinril'l M.II I!. II-. -.0 Hi Till WlM.Asn '' an.\'. AO.m<i Avj ::i< an \ ;>*. -.-?The ? anadian go ternmenl i> dealing in danger Jol.o ju?t lioW. It i amustrg it -ell with gning current* t" -illy tineat ot e.velvdit g Vine ?. an ve?> U from 'he n o of tht Wei I and Ciiiial Wliit object l? ?"?ugh: to I r a< (om|4i-h( d by ? ridieulox- a nt e it is diflienlt to i:i;uet*tand. W e do not belie ?'? the tin- at t" W nt all f-e 1 1 u*. What tan we gain hjr sneh n poUeyT Would it injure the Amcr'- an- half a' much a it w<>uld out -i Ive ? ' We mM indeed de-tfty the traiii of <>t weffotand injury tin bnsine- of the < ydrl.c 1 nr~ Mid i'o-ti.i l!ai!rond; but beynid thir wi . bould '.nil to eri; ; the AmiVicMl trade t) any e tie nt Worth ?tiitiianu|. 'iha!. by *ueh ;? |idif?, we i -niil eatott a reciprocity of trade from .id unwilling ( otigr - it wnuld We a drlusioit to ra^ i e. And a taliati 'ii i? u game that two (an pi ?v i t! The American bouding ?ysti m, bv a clerical ? rror, has lo?t mueli of its 'valne to < anmlians. 1 hi ti i' '? in e pro | eet ol it ' bein^ iuipro'. ed; but t r< taliation In the order of th? day, what security ba?e we that oen the remaining hene8?? of that Mstem may not betaken away! \ nd would not lie closing ot th' W< Hand ("aral again?t Ameriean \> - i'W he likely |o !? ail to the coast mctiM of the longxinee jmj cted rival caual around the l'nlls. < it the Amei ean sole! Then what would l-e the <eitiiiu efe'd on ( anadi.in eannlsl We ahoold throw away the < hanei s of s (uring a share of the Wevlern trade: and thus tiff ?" I ?ur canal' from becoming profitable. 1m debt conti??t'd for their eonstruetion w??W thiut continue a burden *>n the shvuMers of the |k ople, while the w<?rk? Ihom -e|vcs would bring no eonnten ailing adrnatages. We n|<nt that we cannot ditiuc why the govern ment should make itself rkbcnlva* by m?u?. ing a joliey so itnr nicnt for pe(?j and replete with cer tain evil ? jtnno, C'a. , t'rnmnur, .I}nil2 i:iQ???r?oi rtiF. fjtnt t'WA*u>TTt; H . A*nrv. The lato < harlotto B. Ardrn, of Mofrittown, N. J., wltf. wiip thn daughter of Rev. IWnjnmiu Woodruff, of We*tftelJ, N .1 , and well known for her aru ol beneeohmce during her life, bequeathed the follow ing mnr tn her Inrt will:? Theological .^rtniniir; , \nhwn, 52.IN1I; Atueriran Hoard of Mission*, ft'.tifl; Ameriraa llome Mis.-ionr, fl,000t Ameri < Mu Tiaet Kftcirtjp, &I.OW; Amenran and I'oreign ( hri. tian I nioti, f t.WO : Niw York ''olonir.ati"n Nie.ety, fl.'M': American l'ible (1^00. Total, The feeidnoof her e*tote, if any, to t be Ahttriean Hoeid ot Foreign Mi. jioii5. A 'cirark (A J ) Mrrtvty, Ajntl Tim J- ii vM?iiir Ornnou and Km Nkabos*.-^ I iCOterant 1'orier, Iif the 1*. S. mail steami-hip tiioigia, teciatiy appiii d to the Recorder ot New t >< t alis, elii'lmhg an exemption for the Colors d <if Won boatd that vessil trom the operation of the p ? rr? orrii g o?.|ori?l Mnnen lial'lr to imprison ni(?t '1 he reason for the e*smpt''>n el?i?ne?l was, that tbe shin is a national one, liable to be sent to j a ry plaee ite NeHtary of tha Navy may think . ft"frr The Knottier, 10 rO|?'y, sayt hf mMt tm j f i ct the law in this cote M in others. . (Iiralu (* (iHCftManarTMas. T*u*k? Ut^AMiMRti, Marnh M. DM. itoeo Ut pablicstiM of tbe wfai ?f intMt, W ?bc creditor* of Texas. whs held Mi dear** of Mt for which duties m fameta www ?pecialljr pledged by the late republic, tfie letters of inqniry which have been addressed to the Lteiait ment on tho sub/ret hure been so numerous, and t ho object of that notice and the provisions of the Law of I' eagrew granting"} en millions of stock to Texaf, being *o generally uiumuleretood by thu croditore, b)>?l ?K* Department <krr?u.i il advisable to i*sue th* prete at * ire ular for tb? RH? j-oiticular infturatin of the elaimantH. The general imprest* of the writers of the let* ?ere thai received, appcuw to bo that thin Itejwri ? ??nt wilJ f?j from the sewreed fire million* the (?mount tine to thoee crodfwrs who bold that par tnn of the de8>t for which I h? dut i?*? wi imports were pledged, nt">er tbey have si^yied irad Slrd their re lcarw of the I'aited t^tuiej ; instvad af which, oo *00* ne ell weh creditor* hn?9 ex e rated the re leases aforesaid, tbo reserved t>o milfcoa* are I hen to l*? ?(*ued;?o Tens*, when t?'l fiirt^r mtriiom hjr this la >parin?e'?t respecting it "will cc?"e. mid th? crediJors are to look to Texas t'c? the "cttlniacnt of their rosnectivo uUiuij, as will be >?n by tUu follow inif ( ( o titioiir txv which theatoek i* t<?- W i#uod, which will be found in the tinft eeftfon of the act of Septetivber !?, uewally knowu its t he tauudary law : ? Fourth. Tho I'lilM >-?stit", lit coni-iJerutioD if sai<f ei-tuMUIiJient of beundaries, ci'Mti.ii el' i-Uiiii *?? terri tory, andKtinqui* limeat of claims, will p?y to the Mute of Texas the ?um of ten mill* of dollar*. :?t u stock 1^-iU" iantiri|M'irriit interest, aunt ndnmlbl* at the cad o ? fiHlrtwD yi'rr? ? tin' iiil?ru?t puj ,i 1.1.- hull' y i'?rlj at thtt trm-nry of tin- United Slut**. ??filth Immediately uftwr the I'rcstdent of.the Unite4 9tiiti'i< rhill lw(( Uvn I'uriili4id vitb an twithrntic copy of theaet of tlw (iuni ral \--uutly of ici*?, Hceeptiitx these propositions. he shall iHwe the stock to )>e issued ill l.iTur ot tlu ftV.e ot JV'Xa.-., w provided for in the fourtlx article of thin iujriMMiiont : L'rovidcd, idso, T'lat no mora t hull live million ot Hilt i.tO?k kiiali III' issued until tho creditors oftUe S'.utehot.iint bouds.audother-M'rtliieatee ot stock ot Texas. for whirl) duties on import* were spe cial!) pledged. .-Iiall fir?t lile at the treasury of the IJnito<t Mutes relca?-i < of all claim* :i/u.iu. t the l.'uited Status for, or on account of. raid lmm Is or cert ideates, in such forua a j - lull be i>rt -i ri'K'd hy tint Svcrcliiry of tlw Iwuiiij, and approved by. the I'i . -Munt of the I nitcil states." in order to obtain full information onthe.-;ubjoct, t):c department has en lln?l upon the mit Uori tie?) of Texns to furnish it with authenticated copies of uil tiie laws respecting the doU ; spcciuieusol' all tho diflcrent evidences of debt originally issued i y tho Kepublio or renewed by the iState, whether tit the form of c?rtitteirtc? ol stock, bonds, treasury noted or othorwiso, and a certified list of tho creditor*, with their reiidenees, &w- . , no far us they rim bo a-certained. These documents will enable the departumnt to aeccrtain what portion of tlie debt comes under the class for which, t lie fi?o millions of .-lock is t ? be rc~H?r\ ed ; and, by. compar ing tho names and amount t'-.r which releases may be filed with tlie list which is t? be fttruishei I by i exas, the department will be able to di:tcrmino when the whole of them ha?ve bwen thu.i pr-j-uiited, sothat it can issue the reserved live millifUeofatock to the .State. Until the information ilias required of TTbvas has been received, the department will bo unable to detoimine a- 1<> the amount of the debt wltW-li will bo applicable to the reserved stock ; ami, in tho meon tuna, it will rest with the tfeditort themselves to de cide whether the evidences of Ihe debt which they may respectively hold, in whatever form these ?m dences may exist, come within tho dcM-ci.pt ioai al ludcd te, and to tile their claims and releases ao cordingly, a.? tbo department at present is not pro* pored to give any opinion on that point. In cafe claims arc tiled for a larger amount, or for different kinds of debt, which the holders may think arc applicable to the re erred five millions, bub which may not be included in the list to it.' furnished bo Texas as coming within that particular class ef the dtbt, such increased amount or such other spo eie* of debt, thus liled, will be submitted to the au thorities of Tcxn-> for further information, and for their t tews respect ing it. The present object of tbo department is to obtain from Texas und her credi tor?, respectively, statements on th? subject of this description of claims, which statement -shall or may* by further explanation.-, be inaile to harmonize, eo as to enable it to act advisedly in issuing to the far mer the re sci \ed fi*e millions. For further information as to the views of the do* pnrtuicnt in connection with thionbject, the credi tors aie referred to tho annexed correspondence be tween it and the Comptroller of Texas. Wm. L. Iionac. Acting Secretary of the Treasury. Ti!L Cap.j.i.u of a Swi\di.i:p.. ? Something mark than ri.x years ago, u certain personage, hotter known as Col. Higoy, though hi." real name i 3 tnud to bo \?tbarj:"J S-ymmir Benton, and who had A ttlm.'a at least, culling himself at oue lima Wist nr. at another Masou, at another StilwoM, lie., fir., surprised our citircns not a littlo by bid .-???? 4 fuJ swindling op? rations, |>rni t i-.-.| upou un susjieeting storekeeper'". The ( olonel being a ra ther fine looking personage, with something of m clcrical air, succcedi d in obtaining good* to a very considerable amount. Hii moat nnitl plan of ope- . ration wa?i thi.-: ho would walk into a -tore with ? confidant air, aud after inspecting some of th* arti cles exhibited, make a purchase, ail except the par ing for them, and taking a portion with hint, wuuul tell tli? UukrfJ fT Jtv UBd the rest to >#ch a nura rfrAreh *tre*i, "Valnut street. or ?mio other in the h<nrt of the city. Occasionally the Colonel would <b cire that the -tore '"0 he -cut with hia?? and after going *f\eral squares from tha store, would linumfof tlsnt he Uaii left h\i tluj whi?? handkerchief on the counter, and send the l-?v back ntti r it. This, of course, was but a rv?'. The Co? lotiel w?s finally biougut up with a shoit turn, anil being taken into the .'-?essiotis, was convicted befora Judge Campbell, ami sentenced to six years iinpri mii uient in the h'astern 1'ciiitcntiary. He was non t> neul on tke Ilth ol March, I^Ci, ami eon?cqueat 1) was libeiatcd on the 11th of March last, hating rested out hU full t'-rin of imprisonment. ttinoo hi' liberation he ha< been goingoti in hisold track, and La* obtained numerous articles, be sides swin dling several of our hotelkeei>co. At Congri*>if Hull, he went Ly the name of Amos Butler; at tho White bwan, by that of Maitland; at the Mer chants', a- Miles t hurt hill, ol'< ierinantowo; at tha American, a- V barton Brown, of Darby: at tha Mr-.li - n, a? li obert Crawford. At none of those <?tiibli.-limci)t.? did he pay a cent of boat d, and It !:? itiongl} suspected that he took with hint whnteu-r pot table he could lay his hands on. On 'J'i;e>day night lie wa? arreted at th<? Swan, by th<- Mayor's hix^ial police, and plural in the lock up f?r a hearing. A par tial tearing wa- had, v h*.-r: a watchmaker ami jeweller, at No 2!'j Noith 1 ? >ii r t li -tr?et. te-tlicd that thf prisoner came to hi- pine.- on Tuesday ev.-iiji g, lx>tw( i ii 7 and H o'cIck k. and a-l.e4 to hi -liown -otue chair - - some steel one- were lir-t 1: wn, I at hf - ill that he wanted a gold one. Ho finally .-ehciedo!." from al?t pn -en; I and agreed to fix o ten d"K uf - t >| it. Ills name he -aid waj Tnllman, at- i lid in An h tn ? t and tliat b<? would call the i? \t day and pay for the chain. '1 be chain wa taken, but he did not en II. An at li.dant in th jewelry el ore 'so. Mi ? lie-nut ytreet, tc?t to d that about two Weeks ago, the prisoner ? ili< d at the store ami j nrchascl two gold rings, at three dollar' apiece, lie said that he had but three dollars about him, and wonld call the next ?by and pay for then, lie said that be was a par titular frutid of Mr Ward, the proprietor, and that hi' name was William I!. Patt.'ison; resiiloooo Klcvrntli street, abovcChesnut. He took the rings, brt diil r.ot call to pay for them. It w is nBo t fiid to, by a gentb man employed at Congress Hall, that the t olonel win there al>oiit the 2ltli iifMarrh, and 1' It without paying board ? that on tho morn ing be tyok bis unexpected departure, a trunk eon ta King watches to the table of set era! humlrvd i.ollars, was broken oiien.and the watehes abstraot <d therefrom V hile this te-timony was bs ing given, the Colonel was much Moved. His eye* I lied with tear", aial he lifted up bis hands, in hoi/ I error, at this imputation against his integrity. Mr. John Jobn?on, employed at the Madison, tes tified that the prisoner was at that bouse during la t month, and leil without paying hi board; soino artirle* were mirsing after In- departure. After the examination of the witnesses, the Colonel made* ?peeeh, piot? sting bis innocence of the charges of theft preferred, lie did not deny that he tbtninel the chain and ring* in the manner de*eribod by tHo witness s. ]l> w is held for n further hearing, in |H1?. Col. lMgby i< a man of large frame, and standi about si* lett bigk llis features aro large, ai.d his bead bald on the top. ,vine< the year 1H&>, he has >i>ent thirteen years in the lla-tcrn Peniten tiary. lie bels fair to close his earthly career their. ? Xnr,', April 8. llclta KaIMIOAD AcritiirNT AT PrttrOH ki i ] ??!?:, V Y.-On TTlurxUr nlt<>r?<?>n the thr?o o'clock i ruin fr-m !hi< place ran o> er and instantly killed Chrif toj her Jareo*. nenr the Itonegai. Million in this town. It appetr* froui the crufcoo* adrfuetd before the Or"ner'? jury, that tho uo fortunate man *a- wn wrlking upon the track by t hi? ?talien agent. ju't W the train mine in hearing; 0 at the iijri t.t cautioned linn to look out for ttu% cari-. ?? the* were coming, ami ho replied that h? would tal;? tare of himarlf After thn lie wm sat. e>*na1he The train merged from it curra about t wo liiti'dri 'I feet fr"in the plitcc wh-*e he was killed. at.db<foi< Ii. wa* ?<?< ii !?? th<' engineer ? who wim running hit enjjice under a rever-e motion. tht tctitrr In ing *l.< h<1 ?,f the 1." ..motive? the ear* kiMx Vc'1 hiin down and pa??ed orer htm, and n* j er?on on the train wa? aware of the accident. Tfca unfortunate man w?v literallv toi n to picc?? ? hi? bead ?n? cut "A, and roll* d down into tha w*t?. Itcar where he w.v fttuek: the Mangled bodr w? carried along tone three hundred rardj. and th rail* ar.d tit." wire ppatten I with f?lo?>d, picco* * Hi ?h. aiitvwA, In' , fur iIih hIioI* dUtaneo- Mr. J ? a- about Viaty year* of age, a man *f wealth, H4 l? are? a famtlr and large circle of friend* to mount Mi fudil. ii Hod trnl\ inelri oehnly tfcuik.? /v*<v *T*", ( I .) ^;ri/6.

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