Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 3, 1851, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 3, 1851 Page 2
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IE WEEK LITER FR<*1 EUROPE. AlKIVAi OF Til STEAMSHIPS HERMANN AND AFRICA. Mil LONDON AND PARIS CWtESPONDlNCE. ! WWW THE CENSU8 OF GREAT BRITAIN ADVANCE IN COTTON. IMPROVEMENT IN BKKAUSTUK?% Ac., &c>, die. The American steamship Hermann, Capt. t'rabtree, with advices from Southampton, England, to 18th, and the British steamship Africa, Capt. Byrio, with advices from Liverpool to the 21st ult., both inclusive, arrived at this port yesterday morning. The Africa left Liverpool at two o'cloek on Saturday afternoon, the 21st ult-, and has therefore made the passuge in ten days and twenty hours. The Hermann left Bremen on the 1-lth of June, arrived at rSouthaaipton on the 15th, aud tiually di^ parted thence on Wednesday, the 1Mb, at 3 P. M. She brings a very large and most valuablefreight, consisting chieily of German goods shipped at Bremen, and French manufactures from Havre. So great was the pressure for freight that goods had to be refused at both places, and this while the freight was charged at $30 per ton, the Cunaid Coiifpany charging only $15. This unfair opposition still continues, but apparently injures no others but the j parties who originated it. We are informed that j the Franklin, advertised to leave Havre on the 2d j July, would have a very large and valuable freight. | The Hermann brings, in additiou to the above freight, a largo collection of owls, swans, hawks, ' and various British and European birds, alive. The number of passengers brought by the Hermann is 120. The news is one week later. The steamer Africa, on her outward trip, reached i Liverpool about noon on Sunday, the 15th June, after a run of eleven days, mean time, .^he encountered strong easterly gales on the voyage, ! which much retarded her passage. The steamship Baltic, C.vpt. Comatock, hence, arrived at Liverpool ou Tue-duy night, the 17th ult., in ten days and eleven hours. The American screw steam ship Lafayette sailed from Liverpool lbr Philadelphia on the 17th, (the dsy before the Hermann.) >ho had a full and valuable cargo. The repairs to her machinery were very trival, and cost but Utile more than 5h0 dollars. The British screw steamship City of Glasgow, ' sailed from Liverpool on the l^ih luue, for Philadelphia. The new iron screw steamship City of Manchester wus launched on the 14th ultimo, from the building yard of Mestrs. Tod &. Macgregor, of Glasgow. This was tho largest ship ever launched from the banks of the Cly ie, her length being 271 feet, brt adth of beam 374 feet; length, from jibboom w> spanner doodq, o->t? teet; ouruen, x,iA> tons ; engines, 400 horse power. The City of Manchester has four mast*, an i accommodation for one hundred and sixty first and second class passengers.? She is to run between Liverpool and Philadelphia, and will be ready to start on her first trip ou the 25th July, under the command of Captain < 'ampbell. Messrs. .bell & Son state that the demand fur American State Securities for the continent, and lor investment of money at home, still continued in London; and during the week ending on the PUh nit , a good business has been done at the following quotations s? 1'niti >J 8tat.s Five per Cent Bonds. 185.', ... 02 a 93 (.'sited States Ma per feut Bonds 18t3.... . 106 a lot United States Su per C*ut b<.ud? 1868 1U', a 113 liuited Slate* Six t?-r Cent 9tx a l*>i7~ 08.. 10" a 107 , YsA State fix* par Cent. IMB-'SO ., N a 97 KeW Yoik City Five per Cent. 185V- 70 ... 'si a 9t Boston City Fire per Cent Bonds, 1?6*- t>3.. 93 a 93 Pennsylvania life per Cent Steick 83 a ? Ohio ptx per Cent Stock. 187l>-'"5 105 a ? Mae* FiTe per t,'ent Sterling Bond- 1808. .. 107 a 10* Mar> land Five per Cent Sterling Bonds.... 90 a 91 Canada Six per Cent Bond*. 1874 107 >? a lo* Montreal Cilj MX per Cent Bund* 83 a 84 A disastrous balloon accident occurred in London, on the 10th ult., when Mr and Mrs. Graham, 1 who had ascended in their great balloon from the llipprodrome. received serious bodily injuries, the balloon having struck against the dome of the Gieat Exhibition, where it was only prevented from doing vast damage by a discbarge of the ballast; after which the machine took a direction towai<ls some house*, where it alighted on the top. damaging property to tie value of ill,000, and jeopardising the lives of the intrepid aronauts. The aecident was occasion* d by an escape of gas through a rent in the silk. Accounts from Madrid state that ministers, on Tuesday, presented to the Cortes the project for the settlement or tn? <t;t<t, ana wmcn was eontonnanie to the one presented to the preceding Cortes. It is ??i?1 that Lord Howdcn is likely to succeed in inducing the Spanish government to enter into ncgo-' tiation for tbe removal of the differential duties on ; merchandise imported in English vo*<eI.i?the Spanish flag to l>e entitled to tbe tame boon in British European potti. la tbe Maiirid Senate, on tbe loth ultimo, the Marquis Mlrafloret stated, in answer to an interpellation, that, with respect to tbe affairs of Portugal, Spain was acting in accordance with France , and England, but that Spain was determined to fly to the assistance of Portugal whenever her -Most I Faithful Majesty should intimate that she did not j consider hertelf ?afe. A squadron is to proooe I to the Tague, and to remain in observation on that atation Tb^ treaty of commerce between the Helvetic om federation and the Sardinian gorrrnment has Wen broaght to a conclusion. Accounts from ifoae of tbe liih ult. state that am that day two persons, named Sarminei and Sarmi, eotd? mr.ed by court martial for attacks on tha French soldiers, were "hot on the Pia/ia dri Popoio W? learn from Pome that an edict has been isam d by ( ardmal Antonelli, aiiD<>un<-mg that the paper money now in circulation will be cancelled, and a Dew i*<ue made to the amount of 3,710,1*10 Roman crowns. The subscription for the loan MlMirtM4 bv toe aurtiinen gj? rnncm w?* peaed at Turin on the llth ult.; the number ol bond* to be i**ucd *?< It,!**), of wbieb i,?*St were ?uh-?rib? 4 for on tbe fir?t Jay. A Utter from Itome of tbe 7th ultimo announce* Uet the Auetrien troop* here occupied SpoletU We leom from Leghorn that a domiciliary visit ew recently paid to tbe villa inhabited by tbe fcmily of tbe Ute Lord AMborough, when tbe poBm found a voluminous corresponded* in Knglish, complete *t of printing material*, several elando* tine publication* printed on tbe premises, and a quantity of arm*. Tbe three aon* of Lord A Id borough, and a fourth person, were immediately arretted and pi a cod in conAoement Tbe < owimiMKin nominated in 1*60 for drawing Wp a new penal oode fer tbe French nary ha* ju#t term mated it* labor*; the oo<le rontaia* 'twj artiah*, and will be Urtb with submitted to tbe Legia I lative Assembly I | The Heriin paper* *tate that tbe lor* of life in the ' recent oeaflvrt at >t 1'auii i* greater than at Ar?t 1 IT www (U?v K?BH p?TWf I veri killed, aiid from thirty to fort/ woundeJ. Tb? rompleC rrai uat ion of the Danubian pro wince* b/ ihc lluasiao troop* took place on tkc 7th tact General I.uder* was at Durban it on th? 1st, vhsrt a /rand ball was firm in bis honor If* was to leave in a few da/s. Ahmet Weffjk KfTendi, the Turkish commissioner, having terminated hi* uneaten to the satisfi' tion of his government, leaves towards the rnd of the month. The Ottoman troop* are also retiring, pasdng through Koutsehmk, wh/re the/ await final orders from the Minister of War fn Tnscaor. Count Guieeianiiol has beta tailed Jcr eu moo tits for rtsdjng the i'ifcJt' ???? Omr Loudun Correspondence. ' p? Lonpom, Friday evening, Juue 'A), 1S6I. j ***> StagnatuM in Eitrupo?I'trnvnlim of LtjuM Hi. , ^ cur mi? Arqu.Ulal of tht Ccwtitts Boaarmi?Ncwi ' p, from till /iiftf of Europe?Stc.tt Bt'l of the fo Talleyrand one day reprimanded his private see- ev retury for not having written to hitn. Atu* il ?'y ht avail rii'ii ii mat, retorted the Secretary ItfaJhit ea m'ecrirt qu'il n'p actiit rim, was the st ttesoiau's reply- A Not being willing to inour the reprimand received ni by tbe secretary in (juration, I drop you a line, per weekly steamer, in the midat of political stagnatiou, both at home and abroad, with the thermo- a meter nearly at 80 deg. This day is the fourteenth anniversary of the ac- ?* eesdou of Queen Victoria to the throne of Eugland, , cj and she may look back with pride, and forward with w pleasure, to the condition of the realms which it has been her lot to govern. England was never * more tranquil, more free of social agitation, than at the present moment ; and a glance at tho bustle b and activity of the streets of London will convince ^ the strnmrer that her cominereial nrosneritv is not .1 on tbe decline. : li The hotels are full to repletion. It was but yes- w tcrday that 1 tried every hotel within a mile round * Charing Cross for a bed for a Iriend. Such a luxury H was not to be found. After many hours' soareh a a small apartment was, with some difficulty, obtained. ^ Tbe Crystal i'alaeo is thronged by the curiosity- ? seeing multitude, and keeps up its receipts to be- J it tweeu i.2,UOO and A'd,(MX) daily. 1 devoted the P other morning to the investigation of the Russian * compartment. Tbe massive doors of malachite, f, the vivid green ol which is tastefully relieved by a j 1' line ol gold bete ami there?the handsome clocks | b and elegant vases, of tbe same material?arc mag- t< nitieent , a coronet of diamonds and opals, worth tl jto.UOO, and other jewels, are great attractions to j P the female portion ol the visiters. tl l.ast hriouy, tbe tjueeu's giand fancy bill oatne V iff, with great cctnt, at buckiughatn l'aiaoo. Miss t% rurdett Cout's and Lady Ashburtou have since f? given -imilar f<Us, which promise to become fashionable, much to the satisfaction of all the trades thai deal in Isce arid velvets. The display of jewels of some of the ladies wa< . j very tine. Aiiss iSurdett Coutts wore a baldric of large emeralds, and other precious stones, from the shoulder to the hip, iu guise of a sword belt. it was supposed that the Thirty-sixth Anniversary of the cattle of Waterloo would not have been , celebrated this year by the u<ual Waterloo ban- *' quetjtroni oourusy to the number of Frenchmen ! " and ether foreigners now resident in Loudon. The lo usual banquet took place, tho "Iron Duke" doing \ e, the honors as u-ual. alii no whit fatigued, he proceeded immediately afterwards to Lady Ashnurton's fancy dress ball. tl 1 shall not enumerate the numerous banquets, ' |' ooncerts,/e.'f.?, and other festivities, that have taken ^ place, or are to take place, here. Loudon?tile black smoky city?has Uonucd a gala dress, a id is *' making merry in honor of its foreign guest*. st 'L ire King oi the Belgians and some of his royal children, arrived on a visit to the Queen yesterday. . The operas continue to draw. Cruvelli as Norma, 01 has inaue a decided reputation. The "ProJ.go," ol (an Italian version of Auber's "Enfanl Prodigu ") c, which is put upon the ttage with great magoilicence, attraeis full houses. For myself, 1 must cundiuly own 1 prefer the classical music of Bellini A or Uouixetti, to the gordeous spectacles with which i hi modern composers fortify their compositions. j g[ 1 he trial ot the Count and Countess Bocarmr, at Moos, for murder, has terminated. The Countess ul bus been acquitted; the Count sentenced to be exe- L euled in one of the public squares of Mons. lie bas rl apj-s aled uguinst the sentence; but the appeal will j . hav BO .i I I As I observed above, there is stagnation in poli- si tical utl'airs. To-night the discussion of the inter- tt minable Ecclesiastical Titles Assumption bill will j be resumed. . In France, nothing further of any interest or im- g( portance has taken place with regard to the revi- j sion of the constitution. Personal squabbles aad , lr animosities, and accusations of bribery in high i U] places, have served to occupy the time of the repre- I sentauves at the Legislative Assembly. I j.No renewal of disturbance has taken place at ' y: Hamburg The Austrian General has been rtinforced, l'he betiate of Hamburg bas addressed a JU protest against farther occupation of their city by . the Au-uians, t > the cabinets of \ ienua and Bsc , lin, and lo the Frankfurt Diet; a simitar protest. . or rather appeal, was made at the same time to the ^ cabinets of France and l.ugiaud, as guarantee). j m ] owers of the treaties of \ ienua. It is higi t.me these unfortunate treaties of Vienna, so otten up- (j pealed to, should be reformed, as they are totally j Ui-iegardcd, and have becnv iola?.ed urore than once L liner 1MB, w Advices from Lisbon, of :bc !kh iust., re(>ort Porlugaltranquil. >puin appears willing to intervene should the sister queen demand her interference; but lure not take any steps w ithout the jiermission ot England and France. i ,> A tel? graphic dejateh from Madrid, dated 17th, i ( anr "iin . that a j r"j'ct for the reg-il ition ot the | {, debt was presented >>n the list h to the Cortes, si mi- . ' lar 'o the one presented last session. I j> From Greece auu Turkey there is little new Bri- 1 gandage c?t:tiiiu> s in the former, where there has ! j( also been a uiodilieation of the ministry, of no tatc- t rial i)r;uni urntv nct u. .1 Advice* I'"in Bombay, of the 1 It h May, Calcutta, [t 3d Mij, and Hong Kong, 'J3d April, have bwcu ie- 0| civtd in London, '1 he insurrection in the Celestial ^ rupire continue", and it would appear, from the iu- . r> complete account received, with some* success. '1 he Africa and Baltic have arrived. From Ceylon, under da e of loth May we tram jj that tha court martial on Capt. Watson bad tertuirated, but the decision has not reached l.ngUml officially, at lca?t has not transpired, thougii an m evening t aper deviate; that lie ha bci honorably aeouitteu. bus nest is generally dull. l^o.sD'iv, June it, IV?I J Sttn inn KvetU-t i/r /Vogri ji?Counter- <h< u/xir m >{ ,, lb nit by Au?tria?ti*rrtt Flight of tin Ft,/? ?A > le dfulitm?The Sucretn^tt, d"., d'f It is high y probable that b- fore tnis letter reacbe' you, and wb.lc it is vet on it; passage, the curtain m of the great I Soman drama will bare been lifted up, *r and the farce win have b:en perform"! before the world a* spectators. In the scene to be played, J, the actors arc i'io None, Cardinal Antonelii, and T the Jesuits, in full array, the Austrian*, the I'rcnch, [ It' and the King of Naples The I'ope, it is expected, | \ will, if ie has not already, leave Home Claudes- , n tinely, or on some specious pretext, and proceed for J'j a time to ( eta. Hereupon the King of Naples, who has been busy some time prist in pre|*aring his u troops and strengthening his aimy, w,!l march " towards Home on the south side. Ou the oppiositc ! ^ side, Austria is to march her armies ?imultaneously \ toward* the Holy ( ity What th* French will do, V who bave render< d both the I'ope, the < ardinals, . and the people of Home intensely hostile and bitter ! ^ against them, disgusting the I'opc ami all the de- ' t>< voters by their liberalism and irrol gion, and rev oiling the people of Koine by their illiberalism anil support of the priests what they will do, and ti what the people of Home will suffer between their foes on all sides, time will reveal. The drama, hiisr- V CI ever, is now iu course of enacting, and will b?: ( C4 pretty m arly. il not preci?ely, according to the above pre gramme, and with the above meutioue<l per- |( formers. Truly we live in a highly dramam era. The political contusion, misery, and perplexity j in who h the i'op>e will infallibly involve biui*clf by (| his timidity, piety, aad tergiversation uiay probu- , bly bad to ibe realisation of tbe rjtuor of the IWi abdication, which atone tine previiUd. If ! ^ -ulleed to live, he will abdicate and retire a* a j aiill to a inonasiery. Then comes the rpieftion of (f a uecce?*or: and though it eertainljr will not be >| Hi* hop Hughes, ol New Vork city, (for tie U not jet t|( a cardinal;) vet there are many who believe that it run j be Sin, War, and >1 elite, at th< anagram matiete ' all < ardii.al Wiseman. a- i mention* d to you in a |. form* r letter Hut unless Kuaeia should give tbe , , woid to Awtria, it ia not at ail probable that tbe ^ cardinal would be tleeted to tbe boljr aee, for he ha* -j in xiDie d? g ree ollendid ibe i one lave of cardinal*, j(1 who ere mad at. the Kusseli ministry remaining in ,j office, blaming hiui in part for tbe oppoaiiion *ouneipectrdlj encountered in England They had . fondly conceived and fully persuaded themselves that tbe Engli-h, if not 'juite, were almost alto- ^ get her tor. vert td Micemn piety is gem-rally al- j( la d with excessive credulity; and they believed, ' credulously enough, that a few Puseyitefl and tonvert* of rank from England, who talked big at ? K< inc. were the Englieh nation. Hut Kuetia K ? n alou< of England, and woullhy no means exert ()| her influence to make a Pope out of an Englishman. There only ha* been one Englishman who ever rr ascended the papal ehair; and that wai Nicholas A Hreaksp* are, who assumed the denomination of ' ?, Pope Adrian V. The only motive of Kussia, if j ji she consented to such a thine, Would be to cmbar- , #| rae* and undtrmirie the Western fJhurrh. or tbe ehurch of Home, which, an a f?rtek, the Ku*?ian ! n) autocrat abhor* The conclave of cardinal* might ,, I nsribly be induced to elect fin, War, and Malice, in ' -j' the vain hope af tl, n-bf re annexing the jewel |f| l.i g.atd tw lh? i vipvr 4.ad?a, and r* Uidting her ,u ???1 oplc to the Houian hierarchy. But it would have i i such effect; to the Lnglish Catholics he weald ] i mediately be-cmuc a mere foreigner, and it would I ily inveterate the exasporatiou of the English I rotestaut*. The successor of Pio Nouo, will there- i re, undoubtedly be an Austrian, or at all event*, i creature of Austria, and (which now is the saute iug) of Kucsia too. It is not at all unlikely, and en is highly probable, that the desire of the art of the present Pope to witudraw front the >res, perplexities, aud incongruities of a religious onarshv, has only been hitherto postponed in ew of the succession, and at the instigation of ustria, so long as French power and influence was edoaiitiaiit at llouto. lie nee the necessity, as is desire and even his sense of personal safely betines tbe stronger, that the French occupation luuld be superseded by that of Austria ; houce the idveuients now in progress of action. Kuiope and America will now, for some time to 'it rt at Winwtl fkn fuluuiiiiiut rtf Inn uritU r? ea il ? iterest upon thin little spot of the world, this groat ity, the nucleus, probibly, of events to happen, hi eh will deeply affect the interest and late ot all ations. It is a field, however, which will not bear close microscopic examination. L>ok out for I stoundirig news by the two or three next steamers. ! Ureat lollies are undoubtedly often perpetrated ' y some of the American State legislatures, whioh ring ridicule upon the legislat >rev but I believe ever has the world seen or heard a folly equal to bat which has been committed by the British t'areme nt, in an act passed some time back, aud rhich it is now sought to repeal. The title of the et in question was "An act to shorten the lanuuge of acts of Parliament." It enacted that, hencver " he" was mentioned in any act it should lso signify "she," aud that the word "one" should e construed to signify many. The literal effect of bis, as it was remarked on the motiou to repeal, as to make the women voters as well as men, as . is enacted in the Reform, bill, that "he" who uys a certain amount ot rent should be entitled to vote. Another effect was that, whereas it is nactcd that the income tax should only be in foroe )T one year, by this law it is made to be in force >r many 3 ears. Nothing more absurd could have een perpetrated than such an act; in face, an act 1 mend the tonlish acts of foolish men and make leingiod and wise acts. After this, the British 'ailiamcnt cannot lay claim to moro good sense 3an any assembly of the veriest backwoodsmen. ITell was it said by Cicero, 1 believe, " ZY?? yarn tia .innine a reguur niunaas r "Alas' wnat iols< rulers and legislators are !" W. Our Pari* Correspondence. Paris, June 1!), 1851. 'he Future of France?Political Movements?Ttr riile L'pronr in the Assembly?Military Paroles? Niu-s from the Continent. Though nothing of much importance has taken lace in our capital, since my last letter to the \eraUl, there arc many odd items which, when oked at with a magnifying glass, reveal to the I es of un observer an immense danger for the fu ire of our government. The stormy debates of io Legislative Assembly, the whereabouts of the resident, the shameful revelations of our sta'cst-n's bargains, everything shows that our epoch is uiilar to that ot the Roman empire, and that, inead of being in progress, we arc on a decline. The sentence against M. For cade, the publisher f the Messager cie Assembler, has been the cause f much scanual, on account of the publication of rtain documents trusted into the hands of this cntlcinea, which he published for his defence, inong the individuals named by M. Curlier, in is written notes, was a certain Mr. L , a reproutative, who was only mentioned by his iuitiul, r.d that very thing exacted much inquiry in the cgislativc Assembly. MM. Leurillicr and Laibit, two of its members, who had taken for them ic accusation of Mr. Carlicr, have begun a law lit against the Chief of JVlioc, and no one can II what will be the issue of all this hubbub, i hough M Carlicr has called tho documents listed to M. Forcade a series of notes informers, ' i >uie jokers asserted that it was really an entire list 1 f notes i nfor meet. Everyone thinks that the be- I a^ul of M. Forcade will force M. Carlicr to send I J his resignation. _ J The law on the National Guard was voted on riduy last, by +?< votes against - ?, despite the olo.lt struggle of the mountaineers. It is certain 1 at with the new law the .\ationu Guard is nearly ' bdued to the wishes of the government, and this, 1 course, was not to be accepted coolly by the red i publican party. M. Chaiigurnier, who took u ' iiicipul part in this violent debato, uttered the 1 i-t-t sjecihtvei made in the Assembly, and was u< h mj |reciated by all those who wore present. ' 1 Anothir law, which had tor object to prorogate | 1 .e powers of the general councils of the uruuiei- j ility. ?j' al-o voted on Saturday lust, against the j ' iskes of the left of the Assembly. And here it is 1 ; ell to remark, that whenever there is a law which j n-lor its object to render tLe country more peace- ' il. the inoi tsgnards hate always au objection 1 < rainst it. M 'ihi debates of yesterday assumed also one of j i ic most violent character. The pretext of this , iditical tempest, war the demand made b.v the go j ' ri ment to confer upon the 1'iefeet of Lyons, tho j 1 line powers which are given to the I'refectof ' olice of Paris. To the quiet speeches of M ilurot jd Li on Kaueher, the " mouutuineer," M. Pelsicr re ponded with much violence, and made a Id glorification of the insurrection, wnich has laced the right of the musket side to side wi h ic right to labor. I nfortunatcly for the dignity libel hatnber, M. 1 aucher replied to the orator, lat his s]<c(eh was abominable, and thou the up ar began. Never, even in the bloodiest diyi of ie National Convention of 17!Kf, anything as unsi liauietitary bad taken place. ldc-pite the scene pa-sion, tic law was voted, and tb- silting ended siidst the shouts of the whole Asseinoly. | The revision of the tou?tituuon still agitates the j bolt country; and in the fear that the vote will not l> pi ( mptly answered to b;. th. National Assembly, i.i der land that a plot has been made to entice ' icry county in trance (iu which there are 2,*U) i mid delegates to i'uris, in order to impose upon ie Assembly a decisive order. Thcic delegates ' ould take to the spanker a petition which would | < uve to < ur rej re-en unou nut t so means to settle ic question: either to defer too prorogation of power > the President, or to jump out by the windows '1 hi.- i lot must only he considered a - one of the MM thought of by tbc parti tun* of the Uysee; i id it if saiu that tnc military review* in the L.< sa nstjle will be still employed by the I'rMulMt. , be first of these paisdes will take piaoe on Saturlyi.ext, in the Champ do Mars; itio seOotid on utitlii}', iUtk iait.; tb? third ou Thursday, 'Jit b, [id the last, (not the least, fcrbaps,) on Saturday, *tb. at \ ersaiUcs, * to re all the troop* reiddiug in ersaillea at d St. < lertiiain will l>e revie w.-u in the lostgorgi ous style Will! What of it! This ,ay do, aid cau-o some excitement, hut I do uot lick it will amount to inueh. In the meantime the newspapers belonging to tbc lira republican pany, hare published report'that i> i\iit d membirs of their party who n.td been tilei eid by umtu.mirt, were on the eve of re urn>g to f rame in order to have their trial revised, io doubt that there is a rca.-on behind the curtain I'bat will it he ! M >ain dc Bois-le-' orate, ex minister of France i \\ a.-hington, ha* ju-t been appointed by tbc uveriinent a* a diplomate on duty, to settle the out dury difficulties between Spa.n and France, in >e nmutitaire of Navarre lie left on Friday last >r Bayonne, win re he was to meet fennr < n*?rmo \ idaotida, a deputy of tbe Cortes, with whom le atair will be -allied. (ittwill Aupiik and M. le Cumte < silooua i'ai</ki. are on tbe eve of ehaogiug their eiuhaes. '1 be formei Would go to Madrid, an 1 the so- i iiid to Ixibdoti. 1 he remains of Cardinal Fesrh, and those of the j other of Napoleon, MsJttue L.< titia Hoi,apart., | hi' li were buried at (Joruetto, have just been uLi|ort?d to bintU V eichia, where ta.y will be irrit d en board of the (team frigate Vautian, and nght to Ajai. io it is reported that tbe I like of Auiuaie, and the t?r of lietry V , the iJutcbcsa of I'arma, have t at the court of Naples, ami tiial tber did I atrrnim on the mo*t excellent term* ><? much i it better, for it i? then certain that th. funen in it a humbug, a* it waa whiepoled ainotig certain diticiana The rtw* wi*?l from Port ugal n not of much j ' aportaaee, but DeterlbeleM it uiun be ?aid that io*l oke "t >Hi<i*olia i in a very |u> er |-out ion, nowiiig not who are bia friend* or hi* eaemie*. be cunning Marshal bar pur hitu*?lf in a mare, it it i* well known that if public dutio* arc bold b/ ?e ?? pt< mberite* the rank* of the army are lb d with the rhartiet*. No i hung- will Uke late In the dynaatjr, and therefore no mterventi ?n ill be nere*<-ai| froai ."?patn or other government* - lor the >|.?nu-b Senate, which, in it* anting of une Kith, rpoke of interfering with I'ort ig>?i. it iuet i? number tlie well known motto, *-,V|irni iiur i'W* bueiiM'M.'* The Poitugne-e governuieiit i- bargaining for a loan with tho hank , but there ere uiniijr objection* made to the proposal by the lienora of that inr.iiiution. In fdeiljr, aiin.iui' nt? are making bjr the govern* lint All the lorU of Mi-kim, Cyrano-, and ugu.-ta, a e hlhd with tiooja and '.*unoi, t-en utile no, ?onaaiandcr-ili chief of the i* nod, ha* liratiy takin the Mrongcat iii? a-ur< to prevent n ir.Mim etion which *?< fiend '1 he ctty of Hamburgh, where a riot took |> ace It tie *tb fort., i? .-till the focu* of iuu h e*. ite int, ceuaed by the prrretna of loraigti troops. Ik gottnmieat-if that Anaeatic otoj hae prirteat. <|, i i Fn.ir, l.ngianJ, Criteria, end Puma, of tbe tliirt of Aaaina epvg ita territory, which, > tocording to the treaty of IMA, a complete independence bad been granted. It was rumored that the intention of the Seuate of that oity was to immediately place Hamburgh under the protection of England, for it is well kuown that Great Britain entertains a large business with this free port. It is said that the Kmoeror of Austria and the C.ar of Russia have decided that they would meet again at Oluiutz, during the month of August. It is also reported that Nicholas hud promised the old party of the conservative Hungarians, to re-integrate the conn try into its organic laws, and to give it a constitution and a king. This news must, nevertheless, be confirmed, for it would change aitofether the politics of Europe. Austria would also e obliged to abandon Italy, and such a disinterestedness seems almost incredible. The German Diet is really constituted at Fraukfort-on the-Main, and its proceedings are looked at with much interest. The formation of the army is one of its latest votes, and it will consist of a body of 125,000 men, concentrated on the shores of the Rhine, to protect Germany again s', all revolutionary attempts. At dzegedin, in Hungary, a Frenchman, named I Lapierre, was arrested for distributing incendiary prints. Another person, a New Yorker by birtb, named Charles Brace, was also seized aud accused of being a spy, sent by Kossuth to Grosswardin,*to ] excite the country to insurrection. They were both to bo judged by a court martial. M. de Ream has just been named attache of the U.. l?.?nAA 11, n IT -A J V17? U cuiut???jr ui naua tu tuo i- unvu ciaicn, at u iuu* i ingtou. B. II. R. The Cental of Ureal Britain. THE INCREASE OR POPULATION IN EaQLAND, SCOTAND WALKS ? PROBAALE DECREASE IN uium [From the Liverpool Mercury, June 20.J Although the census was taken so recently as ' the 31 it of March last, the Registrar-general has : promptly gratified public curiosity by issuing a -j gross return of the population of England aud : Wales, of Scotland, of the islands in the British seas, and of lamdon. We subjoin the resulti, as '

compared with 1841, in a brief and intelligible form , POPULATION OF ENGLAND AND WALES. March 31, 1851 17,5)1)5,831 Juno 7, 1841 15,911,757 Increase 1,5)94,074 or 12.48 percent. Making allowance, therefore, for the anticipation ' by two months ot the expiration of the decade, the population of England and Wales maybe said to have increased, during the last ten years, by at 1 least two millions of souls. POPULATION OF SCOTLAND. In 1-51 2,870,781 I In 1811 2,020,181 < Increase 250,600 or 9.55 percent. 1 The rate of increase in Scotland has, therefore, * been Uss by nearly one-third than in the more j southern portion of the island. j POPULATION OF THE ISLANDS IN TilE BRITISH SEAS. ' In 1851 142.916 ? In 1841 121,040 1 i Increase 18,870, or 15.53 per cent. 1 In these small islands, therefore, the rate of in- I crease has been nearly one-third greater than in 1 England. ' 1'OnT.ATloN OP OREAT BRITAIN. ! March 31,1851 20,919,531 1 June 7, 1841 18,655,981 I Increase 2,263,550, or 12.10 per cent. i This return shows that within tho last ten years i the people of this island hare multiplied at a slower rate than in any previous decennial period 1 of the picscnt century. In the ten years ending in i 1811, the incscase per cent was 15.11; from 1811 to J 1821, it was 14 42; from 1821 to 1811, it was ( 14 91; from 1831 to 1811, it was 13.18; and t the last period shows a rate of only 12.10. i With the exception, therefore, of the third decern I nial period, which showed a ulight increase over its J immediate predecessor, there has been, from thj j corn wtiiceiucut of the present century, a constant i tendency towards a lower rate of multiplication iu t Great Britain. .? The population of London still continues to ac- t cumulate and augment with a speed which promises i, to make that vast city, iu a short time, quite equal t in inugiiitud" to the grandest of the half-fabulous ? sitics of antiquity. i roi-i '.ation of i.ondo.n, c fn March, 1851 2.363,141 1 In l!*4l 1,946,369 i Increase 414,772, or 21 33 per cent, t If nothiig should occur to arrest or retard this <j rodigious growth of the capital of England, r. < nay calculate on having, at the close of this ceu- 1 ;ury, a ja.pulatiori of between live and six millions c >t people. It i* to be hoped, however, for the sake % jf the myriads of human beings packed within its <. nulls, that it will not continue to expand at a rate I sbieli torcshudows the possibility of a goodly na- l Lion being congregated upon a few s juare utiles jf t land. r Quickly, however, a 1 the p>>pulati)n of London s Incres.'es, that of Liverpool has, during the last ten j f ears, augmented more than twice as iapi lly. As fet we have not the official return tor tais borough; hut the return which has been published in the Iota! papers is no dotiht a eh 'c approximation to t he j .ruth and, u it will be interesting at the preseut u Ui .Uiei.t, we repeat it:? FORI LATlOM OF LI\ RRI'OOT-. In 1*51 841,288 f In 1*11 iki.lld J; Increase 123,647 \ Fhis i* *n increase of nearly 50 per ceut. If wo were ? o include the population on the Cheshire side of ^ he Mersey, from New Brighton up to the itoek ^ Kerry (all of which must be considered as an oil- v lu.m nr ,ul.urh 1 t LiviTiiuoh. ami it we were to Delude the inhabitants of nil the adjacent town- p ihipn which arc in a great degree depen lent upon j his port, it would no doubt be found that there are ( Marly half a in111 ion of people now resident in Li- , rtrpool and its immediate . ieinity. Mr. Lyre Lvan* it considered a bold prophet wneu be eotne yean ( 'go predicted in the town council that within hall a entur) there would be a million of people collected -j oundthe estuary of the Mersey, lithe present p ate of progression be inaiutaintd, the prophecy will j lie fulfilled in thirty years. v IRELAND. I The returns for Ireland have not jet boen pub- c li.'bcl; tut tht /?.'utility?? tlint tiny will exhibit a p Iiitmw ratlin ltnin un imrrast. If the dnuinutlou ' hould, as La' been usserted, extend to tho frightful jnumber of 2 M>H,IRK), we i-hould then be presented { with the rcmuikable tact that Itjxrjiulil t,ni nj t /fx inlands, trhirh had jiriTi.msly go rt'.nn in rasing . ? a i i ry ro/ id manntr, hwt m Hit t ist t> n yt.tr s renuiuid ulnu.it ttutummy. hut we do not believe bat famine, disease, a.id emigration, terrible as ias been their activity in lit laud within the last I' tw jtars, havo effected surh an ainouut of devas- 11 ation as to sweep < f! even a million of souls, in ad- *a< litit n to the increase wheh luu.'t have takeu place. I'he proiiability it that Ireland, in K'>l, coutuius * icaily na many people as it did in Idll. J1 The progressive decline of the rale of increase n (treat Britain is generally considered as an n ilrnost iiicvttnble result of the circuui* :npti?n of * jur soil. When the |.oinl has been reached at '' which population augments faster than the proJuction oi food or the ue un- of obtaining food, * the diffic ulty of procuring a subsistence uiu't no- * css.irily be greate r, and ttie average duration of J! life be less. Under such circuiustauces there will j be developed either a slower increase or an abu>- *' lu'e diminution of inhab tants, in precisely the 'ame proportion as Ibe means of subsistence are * lifficult of attainment The returns seem to show ? hat, during the whole of the present century, there " tins been, on the average, u slightly increasing ditfi- " ulty in obtaimiig a sufiiciencj of the neees-arics uf 1 life In Ibis country, although it is no doubt true *' bat, in tbe course of the fifty years, the standard of ' iving has been ve ry considerably raised amongst D ill classes of the people. Ilerc, however, tbe dis- " idvantages of a le-tncted soil would Lave been rully counterbalanced by the marvellous activity ?f our commerce, bad it not bee-n that short- " ighud and selfish legislation forged chains for com- j ma ri s in orilrr In hiiirfit'hr land. It is our firm iirlitl ihat if th? rniu law* had never existed, there j I sould base been revera) million* more of |>ooplo in < * >n at Britain than there now are; and we are pre It/ t ettain (bat the next census, iu 1 I, will exhibit ! he so vantage., and blessing* of free trade iu an b i-.tnding, Instead ot a descending, rate ol increase * n i lie | "filiation Men do not willingly and lightly fly from their n native land, hveo ibougb a change of home bo c known to be certainly lieneflcial, the transition g trt-cohiti more diflu uli in proportion to ita desire- n bility. 1 he state of poverty, distress, and dttap- c [.ointment which force* men to thinh of emigre- f< nn is the very state in which migration become* R iiflicult. owing to the want of mean* Yet the p .moire on the mean* of subMstenoe had so gone t< >n iik n axil g in this countiy in the course ol the p art decennial period, that thousand* contrived 0 escape from the avercrowded land; and the allure of the potato crop*, together with the bad VarvcMa of IMie-7, gave an ini|*tua to emigration B ?l>i<h ass r< ally prodigious, and which tail even t| he ie|cal of the eorti law* has yet been able to ? rust. 1 oo*lfor the last two or tiiree years lias .< lite a touch cheaper, employment ha* been more 1 ibm.oaiit, ai.d wages have been tolerably well !< stained; but the tetror caused by the famine " 1 trmi was so great that uiany have availed the ui clves of the opportunity alioided to them by i I erlod of ceni)aiativc prosperity, to leave a land 1 f, here every pi< cc of stoialiiig ground seemed to be ? prc-oc? iipicd. Had it not been tor the vast stream j , f initiation set in motion by a system of final g.rlaiioii, who b a:i? abbe a curse and a di*grnc<i tj o Le country, the population of the empire would ' low i oi i i at least uu additional tWu million* of " obi* W it Is ii the last ge tie rati m?thai i*, withui 1 Ik thiity hX year* nboh he?e eapeed since toe II am.at .en o| tLe war and the ifupvaiiivu vf.hsi ,i Corn laws?there baa boon an almost constantly increasing flow of the people of Great Britain and Ireland to other land*. In the twenty-six years ending in 1840, the number of emigrant* who sailed from our shores was 901,126, being an average of 98,690 per year. But that average has been far exceeded in the decade to whioh the last census refers, as will be seen from the following return of KM 10RATION from 1841 TO I860. 184 1 118,592 184 2 128,244 1843 67,212 1844 70,?8l> 1846 93,5'Jl 1846 129,851 1817 258,270 184 8 249,089 1849 299,499 I860 299,849 Total in the ten years 1,691,892 Add the number for the previous twenty-six years, and we have a grand total of 2,588,018 persons who have boen banished from Great Britain to find the food which the landlords of Great Britain could not grow, and which they would not |>erinit to be imported until famine was in the laud, and a revolution wus threatened. Foreign lllieellanyi The King of Naples is increasing his army. The news from the Cape is more gloomy than ever. The war has not yet really begun. It is thought that Kreli, Pato, IJmhala, auu Alorsheh, will all join the war party. The Prussian PoBt Office has suddenly, and without notice, raised the postage on English newspapers more than three-fold the former am >unt. It is as well to state that the postage of a London journal to Berlin is nearly three times the price of it. As the English postage on a foreign journal is only a halfpenny, something should be done respecting this enormous ditfereuce. M. Label has arrived in Paris, and has already commenced the necessary proceedings connected with his appeal relative to the seutenco which hud been pronounced against him by the correctionil police. M. Moerenhout, ex-Consul of Franco at Monterey, has just arrived in Paris. He has brought despatches from the Sandwich Islunds, and from M. Dillon, the French Consul in California. M. Moerenhout has made the voyage from Sau Francisco to Paris in fifty days, via Panama. Norway.?A letter from Christiuna (Nor way), 30th ult., says:?The loan which the Storthing uas authorised our government to contract, in order to cover a part of the expenses of the constru jtion, which is about to commence, of the netway of railways of the Lake of Mjoesen, amounts to ?1,'2;)J,)00 (lliirty millions of francs), and wil bear in:erest at 4 per cent, per annum. This loan has ust been negotiated with the banking houses of 8ulom m Heine, of Hamburgh, and C. J. Hambro md Sous, of London, at the rate of 1)7. The pronous loan contracted in 1845, and which wai at the aiue rate of interest, the government only obtained 1)2. This difference between the two rates proves that the credit of Norway has improved ibroad, an 1 which can only bo attributed to the tranquillity which our country has enjoyed a. lioine, while so many of the other states of Europe iiave been the theatre of such terrible convulsionst Trade in France.?The most recent commercial letters received from various parts of Franco represent affairs as somewhat recovering from tne rluomy appearance they wore some days sinco. J he manufacturers have received numerous orders for the great fair of Buaucairo, which will bo held u July. The travellers who have returned from London, highly pleased with their visit, have received many promises, and the stock of go ids unoiig the shopkeepers being now much reduced, the liiiiiutacturers expect to be speedily engaged iu ull work. The Paris tradesmen admit that the a?t week has been a benclicial one for ih-m. The -cturn, though tardy, of summer weather, has inluccd numbers to nurehase summer elothinir. and be fancv shops, particularly, havo made extensive J ales. The accounts from Lyons are also more uvorablc. bilks have risen in price, although it it iow ascertained that there will be but few exports o the United States this season, the Americans, rbo were the best customers for silk goods, teiiig now overstocked Agricultural produce outiuues to rise in the various markets, and iread would be much higher in Paris but lor the muieine supplies of Hour in the stores Flour of be first quality has been sold, within the last few luys, at i7f, the highest price at which it has been quoted since the commencement of the year. A'bcat is in good demand, at an advance of 30 ' iitmics thj hectolitre ; and several contracts adertised by the Minister-at-W'ur for the delivery if wbeat at Lyons, btrasburg, and other towns, lave not been concluded, in consequence of the uuximuiu fixed by the miuister being less than he market price. The wine market at Hercy is till dull; buyers aud sellers are waiting for the casoli to be more advanced, in order the better to udge of the approaching vintage. Ti rkey am> thk Holy .Seim lchrk.?The CoUaztUe has the following from Constantinople, luted the l*th ultimo:?The new French aiubussaiur, M. dc Lavclettc, bus ha?l a private audience >f the bultan, at which he delivered his letters of redcnce, and presented the persons attached to the oiba.s*y. lie is particularly charged by the rcpubic to urge the rights of tho Catholic Christians ver the lloly bepukhre against the Greek C'orisiuus, and to this elleet he presented to his highness wo autograph letters, couched in the most (-Heretic terms, tn m the l'rcsident and from the Pope. 1. de Titow, the l<u.-sian umbassador, has doliverd to the Otluman l'urte u memorandum, which ery much resembles a formal protest, iu whicb ho dils the following reasons to those whicIT have cen already advanced in favor of the rights of iu.-sia over the bepulchre:?1. About fifty years nice, a quarrel broke out between the Greeks and he Armenians, on the subject of the iiolybcnul- 1 lip. a a ?k. 1 Iretk, and two Armenian bishops, terminated the uarrel, by deciding that it belonged to the Greek", here were then at Constantinople, a French urnas-ador, Catholic bishops, ana a legate of the 'ope, but no objection was ruined by then. 2. ouie j turn since, after the burn'ng of the teiuple, he Click." and it ursiu made collection* for ita reoicsliuctioti; it wan clone, unci no Cutliolio power rotckted or pretended that the < iroekf had built on round whi.'h did not belong to them. 2. France retends that the Holy Hcpulchro was taken from be Turk." by the Cru.-aders, and incorjamttcd by reatiee with Catholic Christianity. The 11>1/ Heulchre had, however, bcloigcd to the Greeks bejre the Turk." and the Moors had [>ostcs*iou of it. Hi pro*KD Tracer or Hir J chin Franki.i.n.?We erceive that a morning contemporary gives eir colt ion to a report as to some supposed trace* of Hir obn Franklin. There trnec*, which are said to be by far the most important, presumptive or otherice, which have yet reached us respecting the lissing expedition," consist of the tollowing:? From the voluntary testimony of one of the setlen engaged at Htroinncs* for the I'rincc Albert, 'c bate the following facts, elicited and taken down i the pre-c-nc e of Mr. Kennedy, the couimuuder of bat ex (edition, and others; and the statement is nested by the seaman in question, William Millar, ibo declares that, if required, be would make the me upon oath He itates that he was on board heFrinceof Wales in when, early in Hepember, during very thick w -atber, they entered as tbty belie t ed) Lancaster Hound, and steered rest, advancing slowly. The fog continued very icavy for somv days, when it suddenly lifted, and ugh land was seen on the larboard side, over the ' uast head. The captain, being a*, first doubtful if t were the loom of icebergs or of land, sent a boat ff to ascertain the: fact, and of this party William rtlllar formed one. lie states that on landing, the iibihb ?> ruw i' i in i n weir m.-um iij tmiwic hi viic nud,above high water mark; cloae by km a amaJI ooking place blackened by fire, and a little fuithcr n a well-built cairn, about four or fire feet high, f which the party pulled away a few atone*, but, icing recalled by a *ignal from the "hip, which we* icir k driven in iihore by the current, were oom elle i to return on board immediately.'' From the bore it ie inferred that aouie of ftir .lohn Prunklin'a * arty nn."t hate tinted the apot, and that beneath | i ho " raira " ia deposited " (iiatinct information of lie part prog r eta and future intention." Wo wiab ? re could join in the belief.?ImhJoii QUA*. * Kt-Ror-KAW Potrrat. Union.?The Pruatian Mi- . later of 1 tale, M. Von der lleydt, baa propoaed a | ongrcaa of poatul comiuiaaiooerafrom all Kuropean j oteminent*, iu order to concert general arrangeji fit* lor facilitating the conveyance of tho mailt, . rentually reducing poatagc, and drawing up uni- ' urni regulation* lor the communication of teleraphie deapatchea. lie la aaid to contemplate a a Mage of twopence-bappenny at the highlit rate 1 ?r a tingle or naif ounce letter within the coutctainted great poatal union of Kuropean S;ute.a. 3 Market*. I i ....... m. ... j?. on n-. n'.l.wh tv. i ntinintal Ikiurm hara daring lha pravnt ?i*li di'iwn t mr? animntioo, both < mfwU hMlnww and |irhM, lion for a I'-m whi.a part Hi* ganaral taudaney to pwatrta. and ?n tbt vnnrltuil Morti t rlw of ooa par i nt baa orrnirrd Intnh Hanta harr Improved alioiit \ |?t ruit. and Austrian 1 (tar Brut, wtilint PrrtnUn oixik bara bran aatamivaly ti|*ntl?d In, mid ?r?t 7 |nf i nt lit(.lu r tlian on tin- \niktardam Kv Tlia >.iiRll?h thxll uiarket la <laady thia morn in/ at li* rl<i?tBR latk-a id Jaatarday. and binmi-n ramatni awnatMiniy iMrtltr I hum i? an- '.dl'j to flTa-ai?hth? n t? |i r tba i .palling, rnturol throa por rauta, !*7 to nua iftlith, i.i* throa and a nuirtor |a*r canto, M to one i|k I.Ib; i a< hi<|U< r bill*. 42' to liM pram J La gaaarel tab* of tli*1 maikat liaa baan hairy all |. V . h m. 'I In in It |T . lit *kp? r' tin i a l , - or III )M|ii?t of tomi. mi.vi matt for tin- bettar. I ha nrt iiatloa in prn i a kin l?"l wvok baa la an jokt a unar rprntit 'i'hara t? a lam ftrm I "In/ in tmlo. ./n li? k inaiKkt to day, tba |.ri-oa ot >l?* -an. Ilio inat )! ?. al.il I riiTtaii lo-inff all I .war, and tb# taiidanay u4 lalLat doanwatua lor tb?' UfnV and Ja?l n iurd v| I these stocks. Tbs result of the meeting of Mexican Bondholder* jeslerday afternoon has certainly not been ?f a favorable character eo far a* regards the market for the bond* Some disappointment ' appear* to exiet In couseq uuuee of the com- * mittee not havkug yet received the formal recognition of the ordar of the Mexican government on the United butes Treasury for the 2.600.000 dollar*. Peruvian have further declined 1 per cent, and ' are now quoted 87 J? to HOV- and the deferred are 41 to 4'i. Spanish Plve per Cent*, 20 V to >4; do. Three pet Cauls, 40 V 3*i I'ortugueae Pour per Cents, 38 to a*; liutuh Two and a Half per Cents, 60 to Vl do. Pour per Cents. 00V to 91. Buenos Ay res are heavy at 64 to 50, , or 1 per cent fall; Vuuexuela. 32 to 34. The principal attention of the dealers has been directed to Peruvian and Mexican. The Hallway Market is heavy, prices having experienced a further decline of about 10s per share, in ad- ' dition to the decline of 10s to ?1 at the close of business yesterday. limit o'clock?Consols for openiug 17th July, 60V to V', ex div. The Midlaud, 47 V to 48. LiviarooL Cotton 6Iahket, Jud* 20.?We have had an ' active and blink cotton market during tbe past week, and we close, raising our last quotations .',d. to Vd. per lb. This advance applies particularly to the middling descriptions oi American, the butter classes being without change; other sorts, though more iu demand, are also unchanged. The Committee of Brokers placo fair Uplands at 6T?d ; Mobile, 6.7?d , and Orleans OVd. Our late advices from America show a slight bat gradual decline iu the amount of weekly receipts. All other ac counts as to crop, hic , remain as before. 6,770 American and 1,240 Surats have been taken on speculation; t anil o,-?ou American, 2,280 Burats, UO Madras. and 700 l'ernams. fur export, galea for the week, 53,000 bale*. Jim 19?The Rule* to-day amount to 6.000 bales, of which 400 l'emam and Marauhani, and 300 Egyptian, have been taken for export, and 000 American on speculation The market was well supplied, and closed steadily. with American one-eighth to one-quarter of a penny per II). higher ; and Burat an eighth of a penny higher * than ou Friday last All other kiude remain unchanged. The sales consist ot about 4 500 American, 450 Peruana and Maraubam,0' jd. to 8d.; 510 Egyptian, 0'.kd. to 7,\ad.; TOO Burnt, 3d to 4>4d. Ji nx 18.?The sales to-day amount to 10.009 bales, and ?. j include 1,000 American for export, rind 1,009 on speculation The market closed with great firmness. American being one quarter of a penny per lb., and Burnt one eighth per lb higher; and other kinds unchanged. The sales consist of about T.000 Anno iran, 300 l'emam and Maraubam. 6,'jd to 7,'?d.; 150 iialjia, t) ?d. to 674u.; 7oO Egypt an. oy^d. to 9 VJ ; 3000Sural, 3), to 4'4<l. Jim: 17 ?the sales to-diy suiouut to 8.000 biles, of wli ch 000 American have heen taken for export, and l.if.O on speculation. The market closed with au upward tendency, aud was not well supplied. Americans are one-eigluh to one-quarter and Burnt one-eighth of a penny higher; and all other kinds unchanged. The sales include 8.100 Am '(lean. 300 i'> rnaui and Maranhsm. 8 VIto 8d., 200 Egyptian 5 VI to8d.; l.cOO Burat, 3d. to4'.,d.; 60 Sea Islauhs. 14d to 'did Jim: 10?We had a large business to day, the sales being 10 000 hales, including 1.000 Ameriean for export, and 2,000 American and 1 000 Burnt ou speculation The market closed wuh an upward tendency, and Amerieaa one-eighth to one-fnurth penny dearer in the last ten days, llruiils. Egyptians, and Burnt, are unohangtd. The sales consist of about 8.000 American. 100 liahia, 0d to oJ4d ; 200 Egyptian. C.'.,d. to '^d ; 1 500 But at, 3d. to4'.ld.; TOBea I lands. l'Jd. to I'd Ji sa 14.?There h-H been a hardening tendency to-day in the mat ket. Prices of American, that were yesterday nearly uu eighth per lb. higher, have now fully advanced to that point, and good stapled lots uu.br 6', are difficult to buy. Tin' sales amount tu 9.000. 1,000 lieing American for export, aud 1.5o0 ou speculation. The sales iuclude 7 500 American, and 1 000 Burat, 3 to 4 '4d. Lo.ni.on Corn Kiiium.i:. June 20 ?The weather has at last become genial; summer may be said to hare commenced yesti rday. ami as the season is a late one, tho whiatcrop is not too forward to have suffered by tho < unkind hard wiather of the last fortnight. The arrivals this week have bceu more liberal than of late, but a good many cargoes of the oats have arrived much out of con dilion, lrorn the length of time they bar*- been on ship- - board Wheat.?The trade is firm at a shade over Monday's rates but the favorable change of weather has relaxed the courage of our buyers. Parley?No change. Cats are t'd to Is lower, nnd many cargoes so hot they niuat go to giauury to he put iu marketable condition. Flour?There has been a very large demand this week, and the market is tbe in >re tu rn iu that the Paris market has risen 5 francs per sack iu the last two days. Pricks ok (Iiihn in Enuland. Aggregate official averages for nil the markets of Great Britain lor the six wteks ending June 7. 1S51: ? Per quarter. Per butM. Uritlj-h wheat 88*. lud. $1 17 '* barley 'IX*. 3d 0 73 " "a's lit*. 4j. 0 58 *' rye 'IX*. lOd. 0 74;; " bean* 20* 00 0 87 " p*a* "A*, id. o 7#;; Duty on foreign grain. Is. per quarter, equal to three cents per bushel. l.ivmrooi. Mikktrt. June 21.?Ashes have met an ac:ive demand sinesfour last report. 1.100 bbl*. baring been old at from 27s t*l a 28*. 71d. for pot*, and 30* per cwt. forptarla. Ilacon? W ithout change in prices, there has wen more d)ing in bacon during the fortnight, and the ales are about 1.400 boxes. Hark?tjurrritron?280 hhd*. Philadelphia said a. 8s. to 8* (id. in store, and 8a per ewt. 0 arrive. l.OOo bags llultimorv from the quay sold at is. 3d , and 10 ton* at 0* t'sl. per cwt. Beef?About 85<i .icrces ot tine quality hare beeu sold during the fortnight it the quotations; loi inferior there 1* n<> d> maud. Deessax?4 tons Amencan are reported at ?ti 10*. to ?<) 10*, ?er ewt. butter?There ha* been an improvement in the lemaud for Irish (Ireaw butler Is more Inquired fur. Sheas*?The market is very inactive, and there are no Iratisartlohs to report. Colfee?2 SOU bags 4t Domingo ill tsuits. at 25s. to3U.,anda*inail lot plantation Ceylon n barrel*, at 4be t*l per cwt are theouly -ales we notice Horn?Our hot report wa* on the 7th in*t. : fir the week following we hud a very active market, and a large business was done in ail ui lit les at advanced rates; wneat rdvauced 3d. per 70 ll>- Hour 1* per barrel, and Indian mrn tid per quarter. The arrival* of Hour from all qtiar;ers have bten on a moch umre moderate scale, and from trance they appear a!ni<-t to have ceased ; thi*. with >ur supplies bring found to las much It** th ru w.i* supseed. ha* cau*rd the improved feeliug to continue, aud 1 further advance of 4d per 70 lb* on wheat, and Is. to Is Od. per barrel on flour ha* been paid this week. At resterday's market there was not the time activity, but here wa* a large attendance of buyers, holder* remain eg Very firm, aud at the close of the market there f?t n<>re doing, and prices are firm at our quotations. Tutor port* for the fortuight. from furcigu pons into iAet-r>ool. art?ikl.240 quarters wheat. 42 500 barrels and ll.tsWl ? ark* lb ur. and 52010 quarters Indian corn; and he expert* during same time are ?3760 quart-r* tbeat. 0165 barrel* aud 4olil sacks flour. 3d.'Oil [Uarter* Indian rorn. aud 6*s> barrel* Indian corn meal. I< ui|i?lit haltle I hei e i* u iMgg rtl.y of uotiee; the ales In Jute, are 4 7<*i bale*, at ? 10. up to ?17 15* per on. according to quality, hard?The sales of the fortsic hi are 100 ton*, at a decline of Is. per cwt. Oils?A ptd bufliit h is bettn done in olive, at former priea*. >30 too* palm sold at ?27 to ?27 5s. ou the ?pot. and 02u on- to arrive at ?27 per ton. 191 tuns new |tale seal, ,i. lh? ...? i- ? ~*i.l -i * l" ?t.. ? I - ?? ? ? I"' l??. rnn.-acliou* iu cod tpi rm or ?luli> oil*, I.in-eed oil i? n fair nu|u**t, at '2* ttd pur cwt 3d ion* pale rape *old it lift* per cat Tepper?A email lol Sumatra ?old at Id per Hi, |*i rk?There I* iio improvement to notice In be demand. Itlce?."i 600 bag* It-ngil m'U it U ti) '? 'ill for broken. Da. ltd for middling old, and 10* lid u rcwt for ?ory Hue white Itoxin?About 1.400 barr< U tincrican Sold at ti. Id tub. 2d. for couiiu >n, to 5*. .'Id >or cat, lor better quality. Tallow?The market la tendy at the <|iiotationi. Tea?There liua I,'-en more lull k. without change In price*. Tobareo?The market very quiet. Turpentine -Spirit* are firm, at 34* to H.? Id ; I*,h barrels rough cold at 7* bd , to arrive Iron -Since our Ia*t. tbe ui trket eonlinue* very quiet, with- _ >ut any change in price* l'ig iron i* without alteration; uurket dull Tin plate* continue in r*que*t. lliock Tin - No change to report. C< pper i? without change. Pig rad can be had at va*ier rate*, but in very limited re|Ut*t. Mini in in ?Owing to the better tone in the Liverpool market, tbe bu*iue?* in Main neater ha* improvud, od a good trade ha* Im en doing, at rather higher rate*. M?*? hi*ira Ta*m Itr.poar. June 1(1 --The yarn mar let continue* to give unmi*taki?abla evidence of aetivi* y. and manufacturer* anj mere bant* hare alike eapeleured a difficulty in placing order* a about *nme ad ance in m<?t mm* an advance proportionate with the i*e which baa taken place in the rnwrnab rial at LlvvrKiol. The demand for aeveral description* of yarn, both rater and mule twlrt. and for export a* wed a* bom* on*umption. i**o piecing. that in a?o*t ca*e* epinner* avethi irown way It cannot be i ouci-ai?d. however, that oijer* yield to thi* advance, but the better elan* of ;ooda wbleh are in ntoek remain at lart quotation* Tlie teavy purchaee* of tbe la*t week or two have given a iratlil *Llraultl? to the trade of thi* Jl*irii-t an,I ?m,.. ta>|m-h ddi r*lrrlali*4. from the grin rial nature nf the la tuand mid the rlrruuiatanroe und<T w Meh It baearlaen, bat it *lli not be a hot t lived Latnt Intelligence. B* El KCTRIC rr.l.KUHAI'll. London, .-Saturday Horning. The account* from the Continental Bournes re pre ient business aa tranquil. Lutch ami liu-oau well maintained, owing to ba continual*-': of purchase* for investment. Mcxean waa beavjr, with a further tamlency to decline. At Frankfurt it waa under Moo. I, according t?. idvicra front \ ienna, that a new \ mtr.au loan fur LiV(M>0,? IKI aterlit.g is open for publi <KHU|?tition. The MvmUtwr announce* that M. Coiouna Waewski, Ambassador to the Court of ftpnin, hit.-teen appointed French Ambassador to tbe Court ot London. Central Aupick, Ambassador at London, wil! ulfll (he came tanctioiu at Mudrid. 1'aei* H?it eat ? Fives. Mf.70. Tbreea, ftftf.70. Caiiinf.t Cot m it..?The < b lneil aat an hour and t half jeatcrdajr I VIK UiMT r-XHIBI to* I 00 tlllTOtier Of Visiter* esterdayr amounted to HI,Kit. Receipts, XH.fltt. iTAl.tr.?1 ho Fan* journal, Hah<*, of Kvidaj era>ing, says, it ia known that the Koni iu government lad, under the mediation of Frar.ee, opened negoiation* with Lngland, in or ier to obtain the reuoval of Mr. Fteeborne, the Kugli?h (.'oa?gl at Itemc. It appears lliat those negotiations hare just crwinatrd to the satisfaction ot the l'op?e. Naviesiion Laws ?I n.ior the head of " Facia or Lord ( rantilia," the Hnuhi <?)? the amount of onMge of foreign ehi| piiijg, loading outward* io he port of London yesterday, woe 11,441 tons; of here.ft !N?ft tons comprised American ship*, loadiug or the I'nited while thera is not a single British Vesul in the Ihames loafing for the Aineri?n republic. I or the Mediterranean utid .^ontbeir .utope there oic 1,715 tors. Of foreign 'hipping muling outwaids. I >r the Ihiltie and .North of 6ur>|c, li.lt'b tons. For footh America and the West Mlies, tsgf tons; and for Ratafia, it 10 tons. The Hnuhi iiiidet-tainfs that at Liverpool the (acta ir\ iltrnn to t Im pupot derai.i e o! lorcign -hipping |^N .Mi Iril.-h v no Is. aiccvcii stronger thnn tttn-O PM tLkb *t' have rvlerred to in relation to Loudon

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