Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 26, 1851, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 26, 1851 Page 2
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Our European Correspondence and i Extracts. AftftI VAL OF THE AMERICA'S MAILS. AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE ABROAD. marriage of jenny lind, He.. Ha.. Ha. Oat I<a4aa Correspondence. THE STATE OP Kt'ROrK. Tuesday Evenino, July 8, 1851. Tk* Eeettsuxstual '1'illis Assumption BUI Pasted Iht Nou.it of Commons in a Modijied Form? Cluck to iht Ministry? The Pup* IIis Own IVorst Enemy?Irish EmigrtUim to the United States? The Census? 'lht 'Juts/urn of IntemiUiond Copyright?Atneruan Authors?France? 7ocyueville's Report on the Revision of tht Constitution?Another Speech from I-outs A'upoteon?Schism in the Cvmnuri ml Policy of Germany?The Cape? Greece?Persia?Fashionable Intelligence ? Tiu Revenue fee the (Quarter. S> many events of interest Lave occurred since the departure of the Asia from Liverpool, on Satur- i *?7. that I send you a letter to-day, by the semi, j weekly steamer. If Saturday's Ixjndon morning papers reached JJverpool on the morning of that day, in time for tLc ftUauier, you will have received the report of the diMetusion in the House of Commons on the Ecele. cu.'iK'bl Titles Assumption bill, which resulted in ihe ministry receiving two successive checks. The bill was read a third time, and has passed by a large maj irity, the numbers being 2(3 against 4(i Previous, however, to this vote, Lord John Russell moved to expunge the amendment inserted in the second clause, making it poual to procure bulls or re scripts fitui Rome. On a division, Lord John' motion was rejected by a majority of 7!>, the nam. hers being?for the motion, 129; against it, 2ns. Lord John then moved to expunge from the bi 1 the aireniimcnt inserted, on the motion of Sir Frederick Thesiger, allowing informers to sue parties iwr penalties. This motion was also negatived, the numbers being?for Lord John Russell's motion, 124; egsinst it, 17*? majority against ministers, 91. The biil tben parsed in its modified form. The recent publication of the Rope's decree for the erection ui a Roman Jalbolic Cathedral in some great thoroughfare of London, has rekindled the Protestant zeil, and tended to strengthen the majority agaii.il the ministers. The Pnr>e has proved ail along his worst enemy. The bill now goes before the lairds. The minority in which ministers were left on Friday night will not lead to a ministerial crisis. Lord John had promised to attack Thesiger's amendm< Ms, and kept his word. I have reason to believe, b< wever, tba% in his heart he is glad that the penal enactments cf the bill have passed all the same. The bill, as it now stands, is of a nature to prevent axy further acts of aggression on the part of the Pspe The question of Ireland?in so much as how the bill will be enforced?remains unsolved, at least no solution can be .-ml to have taken place until it has been practically attempted to enforce it. The Tatdtt, the Roman Catholic o-gan at London, announces that the Pope has already filled up the Ire lately cr* uted diiceneu in England, a?- follow T.. <An?k?...k It- i ' a. IH at ' aw k vii^unai a, iVl viaui, tU I 1VQ1UUIU, l>r. Erriogton; to Clifton. I)r. Burgee; to Shrewsbury, l r. Browne; to Salfurd, Dr. Turner; to Nottingham, Dr Hetidren, translated from Clifton. L)r. Hendren it the same person whose name was so pro- j miiently brough: forward in Miib Talbot's case. The rtiitu* of Ireland has been published, and the riturns show a most startling decrease in the amount of the population. The tide of emigration which has set in eo strong to the United States, is tJfcc :au?e. 1 enclose you a leading artiile from the Times no w? pa per on this subject, which cannot fail to attract attention, as it concerns the United .States in particular. 1 also subjoin a com parative table if the decrease of the j.oj>ui?tion of each county. The total amount of decrt are in the population of Ireland between lMl and Irvl is no lest thau 1, twit, .Shi. The t^uertion of an international copyright, and the o roiutions riccntlv adopt, at the meeting at which Bulwer (resided, cent i a? to be commented upon I v evtry organ ot the pu-.s in London The report f sent you ofthe mce'ing In '(uc-tion, embodies tbc view? ol the partisans tf retaliation. Tne views of the opposite paitv have found an organ in the Hornmg C hn wk. The literary men an 1 publisher! of America will take considerable interest in tbrse difcussior.s. The following article, (from the Aim nut# Chrtmdt) embodies the opini' as of two of the moet eminent j ubl'.chcrs of London?Murray and hcr.tiej. i h? latter ir ( .articular, has, at ra 1 ri?u* times, pail large sum* of money to A uteri ran anthers:? Lord Camp! '11"t duelalon in r..c?ey v Purity ha- Cwll? n like a b< nib-shell ?m* t g our metropolitan hord-a of ilta?fc.-j pirates Great b. never. a? is their discomfit u-?. Ibry se< La rv< Ived to di? game The repcrt of a meetlag in llati- Ter-s.,uare rem*. which app-ured la our pi t-r i f D?t Weduo?d*y. wtil Lave *p:rtl.d the public of the hi*h moral true assumed by this aggrieve! rlaa? 1\.' j have already cbcren a chain plot aud a cry Xh -ir eau.e la that <1 Bri.irh Literature" TbeylnutaJ j " pc. teethii for Englt-h author*." Nay. they actuary je rsuad* d ? te 't the alleet cf tb'.s claee ?a into who. but f<r the ar ddetit of hU birth place. would assuredly I Lave r? c t< t th* l-ast ignal of their victim*?t. advo ate their 'ause In cITetiDg a few remark* on the made In wh.cb the iogeuioca chairman d. charged tb ? fuor. two. we-ball not ventnre to fllow bim Into the legal etric'.area el.irb he prcu. uneed on the Chief Justice's dveirdon. ">n that bead?and pen ling the appeal which, we bear, ia to be carried t-> the i(>u-e cf bori<?our r. ad. r? will uonhtleea allow all due we'ght tn eir E II ilw?r Ljfcn'? rptci n against the united learning of the F.>rhst|Urr Chamber tva pass to a less ah-tru-e theai*. ;> ii iru?. wtwouio imi u.? <-?uw 01 fir r . I want i*rp>rrah!i -lit nta la *<-roinpletwly iji nilcal a* h* woul 1 ' i. jir. 'i i. it wuii >l.?t llrill-h literature If w* air I to accept hi* ri aaoning. tbi r* iu-w!y di?cnr*red alii** nf Wartili k are Only th* (in iiiotar* it tutfrcraal copyright, I Id dtaguire TbmJ hold, or rn'-h-r Ibejr h*lJ. a prlratoefi 1 ins license. m? r- Ijr in order tocheek -miller iepredatiou* , on ' or iw? au'h' r* All w tl tu a lit tle u< -r-uiiui, plul.il*r ktiil tii" ""untri' eht'-h bow p-.raU our t, *1*1 i ill. tL>y *ew b* Iiifc" <1 to n n.-*nt to tfce ti rm< of th- ' i latnrat. Bal cnpynbt mat : ami ton* a reciprocal i r-m sritiou if library |.f |i rty ai.y b- eatabli-h-d ?a a rretiilalie Lain * fee mi b*lD( thn< iklmtly * I.U ? at" ??pec?i-d t? tnfir Hut tl? n>?u? ere w leg.tiniete an any th?t I* < ? ary iy*c'.M of repr. *1* 1 aii** i f tie* o n? Wf must l*g Were. h-* T-r. to notinr ?ib?i <i fl ct? Id tbia ar'4<gy ami lo ni|i-tlon alt' v -th r th? practic ii i tiiv* if It* sppltaettMl It l< Bit at-jr to juatify. > o tb? i i t i." (l* * ' i retaliation, a ajaiam wlii'-a pi-aaUin n*wiT I ittb ib* wrnrf '! ra A Kriti-h author la injur?1 by en Am* ire*n pirate, and a Kiiti-h pirat* audi rtuk*-t'i atrnp h.? rau-*. but how' Uy igllirtlny lo** r.n th* iipaU tlaaa af Aarricti plralri! N -. but by pum-hIrr tl* alas* of Asna-iraB author*. t-s-thar with th *a Amrtcau puMiahar* who b??" boneaily paid for th' right to pnct lb* ir * untrymen work* t'onaojuintly th* sr-ejll*d rataliatli not otly di*?* not punieh piracy ? It artiiai y ?*< urn,'-* it. It Would ?impiy Ijujqi-Ii th* k* .?* ? huh indai* * lb" Ann Iran pnblohar to rutpl >j Amrimb ?Ltb'*? It W'.niii rut P>?a h'a return too iir?i y f> adm t ot hi* coo tiu;.'i.g to furabaaa topjr.?Lt *ud ih-rifrw a* he would be unable t" r?t uv t.a bt?r?t or* nil any it bar term* h* w u.11 confln -himnil t* I ' h Ina aord w* buul I thuaeecure ' a ra. ctproelly ' t if rcpyiight bw* pl'tod- r I'ut. it la aiftt;"d tin- ai..-r.i*r. iU'h T* WlU not long 1 Hanta iMp a?t?i< |ilm< H haB tb*y fln-i their rout., iryn.i n | uhn I r* an ricliug a<-tUin|f bat Urtti-h 11m 1 mure. ti*y will *ry "itt ft r pr>'taetl"i and wlU fbrea Cngrioelo accept Ifce ueertwre* m ula by th* IrTarav ti' nr. (' | yrgkl Alt i t.t la e-juiwalcnt to M J i 'lg that when autb' i* Mtrf a **ry imp. runt rlaca politically. 1 ti.dln ! ( all in a to w country, which. lik? Am-rii I lie# an admirable fora'fB htaiature In It* uatira tnng'ia ? wl'i b thla claw of thl IT" rstbi r than if actor* *liall ba , reduced to mora in snitiran * titan awar by th* furred dilu.r.uti- n of Ml h mat anterpriaa nm .ng the l-iUlikirf trada?thin lh?y ar* to gat lb* reading ?hr-rl Wto f"im ill* ah'1* pi' pi" to conaant to a ai'iUm riae of | rtne* b ub* inducing th* pnl Inbir t> yira up a gainful ?y*tcn. to tb? iiunt . rality of which tiny. a* will a* the pub'ish-.*, would 1 at la?t haw* Ix-com* callon* *af i lir e, the real I ' runlt wi-n'd be. not I bat tbe'furwi# n pirat** would ha as- 1 tiriunhrd hy the fi r*;irn_ author* Lut iwc* r-arae And ' i: f.??t what Fir r; l.ytton li iri?Wf ?UI?tob? j w Uklrg |la<a bilb tn thr I nlml k'atra an! In B-l | *tu#n If il n <ba rflrct of forrijrn | iiacy In In awan.p ' il.-autl, r>if tlaa af ontriaa IB rhkb II w practical? ' 4 If vII. . I?. < t i f l'i itlah plrany la. aa it. ham aluwn, | I t*. a(tnr?tat? lb* ?H? "f American plrary?how ara wa to ?p?. hy p. r,f n iu<b a ryatam to pr-riira fryin I An.mrai, no'!,, ri |h* i tahli.'bmnn: of lnt<rn*t?<.nal ( ??' aa If. f pay na fur lha loTaa**! in/Tim loaa | t(. <^ir <?n li'fratlin the Trip in-tariff" altao by Air t fc I f'trn In ati|.|.i ?t ff ruf b an a*pretatlon dlapiay Ita . al-aur illy Ha t*t> a that I'ru Aaxony. anil mm* , rttor "toall Oari,i.n Flat r bar. barn ft.a flr?* I - ar<>d.' to tin pr .r . t li' In'. tn>, I pyrifflit act. BB.J ? laarab' ra h??r '<? it u -1 ibat th> y would BiA * tiara d'.fia If thry ,. nl4 b < r? km wn that tbrir aa- n I bora would at all an nta ha j r. tr t.,| tKLf Country t, I u! r r.n any anumptH n I ui r ala irf Thr-a ar? j. Atataa In rah>- h tba .m ail of li; Itwh |.|.a a rorild not by I I'laolbllktv ailat It la not I- u? liiat lirri an mirka ara I HIII J an ; It 1 , p 1 > n ? whtrh tbay ara ptrbll<l i alimil r? <t rflratunlly -a. c rura? Ibapi front <uah t rr a'.nimt K'hat th'o. ? ?a th? I frr'Wirr of tbf.ra gnvrtMiiatlt*' Hail III -y nn Ibdu a I mailt to au*li a cmi a but tba f?a.?r 'if bnnaa'p* ? fTa thlBb tbat tbry In d nthrr nrB" nv ant 11, p trad* aa t<, tba pfiu 'pl?r which an d. - j<a"4 a f?* , daya iff lo odbhcc , n with tbla a 'ijac: nioi'-'y. { thai it ' tba letrra t of ail Slat" to fa?' n'.a frrVa j copji'rht. ?fn without rarij rr.fi y H body. of enaraa. daata* that fmlfttnty Would bo tt. W amii^rnaqt- that if w? a? nld aranra It It w?toVf in "raa?a tha proCtr of J toiti'h an'! ,* -ar I thu'U>? n ?^f '.br r niarbft would | mliat; f anal la t i ao ! -war tha r j.rl ' to aa ty A- r. f i I ttfft riaU i a. 1. ;b- ; nt i ?. 'br. i Um recognition of the righto el kmf> literature by I Lord Campbell's decision, even though it he not reoipro- J rated, is out a benefit id a minor degrea. U it i* then. | aince vo hove shown that piracy would not bring us whit nearer to the greater benefit, wo may u? well not go ' out ri our way to abandon tho smaller. Without recapitulating our former argument*, we wouid merely slate one or two of tho valient reasons for holding that readers, publisher*, and authors are alike j interested iu the law remaining- In this respect unaltered It ia Che interest of renders to remunerate a foreign author just as U is their iutereat to remunerate a native author?or just as it is the interest of con-uaorgenerally to remunerate producers. In the l>ug run -h-y are gainers by such a course because it stimulates a future supply, which would otherwise fail altoveiher. The guarantee against extravagant prices is iu each case the same- namely the author's or producer's sense of his own interest It Is likewise for the advantage of honest publishers, because as we have urged, piracy here begets piracy abroad, and thus the profit of bookselling specula- tionc in uativs literature is abolished; while, secondly, the amount of their trade will be increased by the law, wurcu naun" so iuciumu^iii "a ?foiy issreigu |U?iir who desires English c pynght to publish hcr?. either I rrvisiusly to. or siaulLameoutly with way publication which he iu?y effect abroad It is. therefore, no matter of rurpriw to us to hear from 8ir ltd ward Lytton that . such publishers as Mesers Murray anil Bentley hare re- 1 pudiated the aid of his piratical crusade. Lastly, the recognition <>f lorelgn copyright is the interest of the author?partly because it would lessen the niotire for f. reign piracy. which le engendered by the present law, but chiefly because it Would relieve him from the competition of those domestic pirates, who are now endeavoring to pass themselves off as his best friends We have. j bid) ed. aeen it ludicronsiy urged, as a eountsrpiUe to thi s* benefits, tliat the British author will now be exposed to the eompetition 01 uis foreign brethren, who. backed by a market in their own country, will he able to rell their books at a lower price thau he can afford, and with equal gain. The obvious answer is. that their com- , petition would he still more form dab .? if their works ' could be pirated here without auy additional price whatever for copyright. In conclusion, we must observe that thore if nothing surprising iu the fart that the whole body of British I pirates should ignore the advantages of fair-dealing. \ which either do not reach them, or are more than Iiioucteibalanced by their illicit gains. Hut tnat they ' sh< uld have procured a uiau of Sir Edward UuIwt Lytten's stamp, to identify himself wikh their igaoble cause, and to proclaim to the world that British authors sane- I I lion, and that Britiih literature would be benefitted by. i the pluiidet of f reign men of letters?this, indeed, d >es j I excite both our surprise and ? ur regret. The subjoined circular has been issue 1. announc- I irg the publication simultaneously in London and I I'aiis, of a work of l.amartiiie?" History of the ' I Restoration":? T > THE TRADE A VD T'I? PUBLfC. | On Ishalf of the antler aud the proprietors of the abovi'important dilatory, your assistance L solicited io circulating -the only authorised and complete English version" that can be published ia this country, of a w? ik towards which the distinguished reputation of its i authir niii oiiirl CfUOMna alt'-ote 11 IliwkM Is i Its reecgnixing the jusli.e of that monarchical policy I ursoed by our government. in order to check the grasp- j :i g smbitK n of Napoleon, cannot fail to be deeply inter- ! , cetirig to the British nation. j Hitherto the copyright law? have been expound -d with 1 great UliVraiity towards the * literary genius of f> \ t n igcers. While a bp* cie* of protection has h en offered | to th> ir inventive farulti-e conditionally up >n their , cut milling to the ire joeutly prohibitory taxation of the i patent laws, the barbarism of the leu ial ages hasbneu perpetuated, even to the present day in withholding from ths irmore intellectual production* all legal recognition ( of right, title aud tulcrert. The more just interpretation of tiuse laws, as pronounced by Lord Campbell in a re. cent case, has h d to the certainty of this 1/sscI'M vexmta beir.g speedily established upon a basis m >re in unison 1 with the enlightened aud progressive spirit of the age. 1 At the pretect moment the respective governm uts nf the English and En rich nations are arranging the details dan inte; national law. under which the rights of the 1 amis' r aud the artist will he reciprocally rce ?gnixej and ' protested That this law will be 1l force long Oefore the publication of the latter voluin-s of the - History of tile ! i Bests ration" is quite evident; but until siiflticnt 1 nu amrcs be take n to repress a traflic. justly disgraced > y I tb< name of " literary piracy," the author ami proprie- i tort cf the present work ore resolved to opp wee its dis- 1 j bonetty by every justifiable me ins at their command i ( lu fielginm. wnere they are liable to be more audaciously robbed than even Kcglish publishers are by the j transatlantic ror-airs of New York and Philadelphia. ( owirg to the short di-tance which intervene- betw -ea P-elgii.m and France, allowing the reproduction of a j ?< rk < f h.i.ny hundred pages within tin- limited space of , tw< nty four hours after its tint publication, a novel I means of def ndiog their rights has been adopted It is j the ,-imultau* i us distribution of the work throughout that (iratieal kingdom, at a price agaiust which the 1 lrav? helps' cannot po-ibly compete: for awn if ; j tfciy do not ley the author they m ast 0- at tb t : | ri u.i o.-ing the types?an ospeuie which the legitimate j j pr< i rietoni of the Freuch teat are enable 1 to eeouom zt , by insl.in; the same coaposlti >n serve for printing the | , editii ns diapered of in both countries. . , Ir. 1 nr'.and the right- of the author and the propris. f tors will be muintaiced by "certain pa-sages (a-es- J { ecntial to the work as the Prince of Denmark to the , play cf Hamlet) being originally written by theauth-r * "in th' Knglish language.'' Priority of publication will : r take llaeeIn this rc untry. so that the circulation of any | other bnglisli version. profe?-ing to re-translate froua the Fr> nrh edition the facts and opinions substantial./ eotu- f, prt-s d in the pm-agc* above aduJed to, may be at once I {retrained I Finaly i.i maintaining a right heretofore d'sputed. the I 11 first cfiort is tot devoted to a work of uiioor la p irt, * awake cir-g no enrl'slty. but to the labors of a gr-it J writer touimanelnce-> ens.veadmir.tl' C and '.empathy ? it i. ti wards the laet produrti'ui of the historian f th 1 Otrondlrt." that per cooperation and support are 1 H>l'rllid. Murray bat also issued tho followinp notice, ia J ruj i oit of bis claiwi:? , INi'H I M1E.MR.N r 07 COnittOJIT. Mi mu v lint i i.ri < ? "?Tktms. proceedings were lately c< mmrnced by nte. J Murray, of Alb-marie street ; I | utiuher. aca'c-t tii o lioutledge. of do ho-square, asi , itlurs. to protect my copyright in various w rt? by j ' Waibirgton Irvltg an 1 llermau Malri Je; and Mr Rout- I t Irdge hiivtng b<' n conainc rd that aoy further re-istaucs ' t t my ripbisls inexpcdi-ot. has undertaken to with- I ? draw from clri ulittir. tad deliver up. all eopiv* of -neb r wi rk-. as have bu n Illegally published by him; and has I u ' l ie elf undi r ts rr.- in o . way whatsoever fur- h thorp infrins'" my right iri-ueh work- aud eon-ented h to my giving notice cf his having so undertaken?I here- t tyi 'u notice that u any bookseller. or other per- n n -ball s?U. or expose fbr -ale any ropy or copies of any 1 t p'rand sdltions. whether puUi-b.-d by ijeorge Kaut- s 1? Ice or otfcer* c f the works of Iv a'hington Irving an 1 ? li. tuian Meivule or in uny way infringe my copyright <1 In Hi in 1 ?1 all immediately lake legal proccocllaft to 1 1 ri tic; my rigfcts. o JoUX Mfl.RAY h io Ail emarle-street. June 1S51 d 1 -ball keep a watchful eye upon thia quejtiou, B 5 it ia one of interest to jour reader*. The report of M. Je on tha mMll t( of tie l'n nch conatitution, baa not jet been pat- fi litLid. The report boa, however, been rctd to the tl eoBBittf*. It ia a lengthy document, having | a tok. n M. o'e Toe fJtville an hour un l a half to real it. Jt ia taid to be drawn up iu a conciliatory j tore. L< uia Napoleon baa had another trip to the oui try, ai.d ha* made another apt-ecu. Th.a time > >t waa on the inauguration of a I'atue at Kcaueaia, m h .nor of Jeanne liachette. The 1'reeident rt- 1 jj luii.'it* I'aria, on Mondaj (jeatorday), at half- I I.. |Ml three I It After the banquet, when the Mayor of Beauvaia f' | ropored the health ?f thj I'raskleat of the lie- j *' the l'rir.ce made tha following rep'.y , li Cj?utUel"B?Tl>. l,"ii table Mm)"T of ll-auvaa will ^' pntit'ti me f- r confining Biyeelf te> mer- ly tbanaio; hi.u Iff th? flalterina wnrJ- wMrh he h?? . il?t a.l lre-- <l U> ; " u.e ia I. plying litem I .boulil fear to rbttic tlia '] ol.ileai < t.arae'er .< thta tela, whtoh by the c reui?ii?>rutl n ( f a |(i. n? ua fart, are aipltrh -i ia tbU ekty pr - J*1 ?nt? a biirli hUf n al lnwa. It i- encouraging to 1 tfcteh .bat, la men* of itMat laaaw. flattUeaee fra . * quently r?-*|ft* to owo at >ar to ba tba aalvati'ia of ail; I f ami under certain cireitu??taneea, it h?? even ch-nen 11 that being frem amng tar aoilar ae*. ai if it olabe l by i " tbe wenkuoa of the Inetrument. to belter pr >fo the 1 f! IT f ire f f the K ul OWer bumaQ atf lira, and to ehow ! h..l I " a eanar U- e? not prri-b. when It l< carried on with ai ten* * faith liwplied d?vt'tedne? . and deep e .n?iet'?a?. Tao?. in tbo fifteenth ceatory within a few year* of la*-real. " I wo a II aiea. ob-ruie. but animated with a aa;re I Are? | t.an.f Aie ml Je an lia. belle?app?'ri.t I. ui t * d? - jerate n" ru.nl tofn.ii a hi ly ciieei.wi One had the iiiwrui' n- glory of ileiie.r.na Fr?a>e fr .in a f re'gn ??.b<. wb.li-t the < tber inf. ,ct"l the dog race <4 a f to J . i <- i' " '? . - " ? ' NL f hi* pow?r wa? nothing I u? * ivbt'l *nl an ariiria of ml ?tr And J*t to wbat i* ir.laoad tbalr action ' " II.?y >111 nothing < Ira than abuw la Fr-'ifha'a lb* * r< *1 tr> bcinf ?L't dm J anil how to luarrh In it at lb?lr " I.. al ' t||n "? Puoh ?*ni|l- ought to im hunorad r' at <1 l?.i? uat?d. ?b<t tli?r? f. i?, I au heppj t - think ,'1 that It wa* tha Kmpar .r N*p"l?-?n who, la Ikm r?--? al?- I " i.-fc-.i th* aii<-i?-til . o'toni -o long lowrwptad <4 *?l" hratlrg tb* rai?.r f th* -i?g?ot ll*?u* ... (i^h r? ) ' Tin r??'< o tu thia?that for Mm F-*h*? w?? not a faeliln u* <f ut-lry born of j.-t. rday, I a-1 ~*i| within tha !a narrow lioiita of a -iDgl* |*-rio<i or *>li;*rjr p?it/?aim , a* a ration whn h had bacmn grrat by ?*? ??ar?nf *' H'tiafoy anal not '.TUt alta r Ua y?ar? of r ? In lion, lab' ritin for tha f i i >n of all intaraata. an?i*nt or ~ bit il? rn atid accptirg all kla 1* of gbry without r^jard ' ' In lim* or raur*a M ? tarn tully inherit* 1 th*'?-antiit?t.t? for I la hold b?r? r?pr**?-ntalir?a of all partr a, " lh?y n w? h- r? aa I do to t*nd*r homage to tho war- " lk? rlrtua <f a j*ri"d?to tha lwr>i?tn of a woman " (Loud applauae i l.< i ua drink to tb* masrinry of Jranna ' ' fl I . i, i t' * , I i f'Milin.ii' l Ki . rla? i Thcr* is ti"ttin g worthy o particular no'ics ,n 1 " be otb?r l.un {oitn .-ta'es A decided hat if late manifested itstif in the commercial policy , idvoc*ted by North itn'l Miufh < iermany Whilst be ?tt?n)|t t? procure high-r prot< etire dutlei in ?' be Zollverein bar continually been defeated by the iberel principles support, d by I'ruon, .Smth( icr- 9, uaiiy, <>n tbc other band, has corre forward openly ,j, rith the intention to w-'ert en indep. ndent line of y< ction. A remarkable manifestation has just taken m lace in the Wurtemberg Chambers. l?op?ty hi cbott baring brought forward a motion respecting " ae negotiation* fir an increased eeale of proteetite '! u'.ies, Privy-cowncillor ht.app replied that he nau-t oniees that tbc wish ofWuitemberg for increased ^ rntt tion bad fa/led at the Wiesba l. n Congress ; bat rataiia, Wurtemberg, aad Kaden bad there- in pot cnarcd a protest. It was not likely that an- u thtr cifiCcrenre would be beld bsfore the time ex- si > red I' r ratifying a disconnection with tbc /olhe* < ' ?.n. it?as aoubl probably be'.lie case?'dfurtem- " irrg m> do <anb a rat ication, Wurtcmberg wonbi, ; n cent ft, n with other Mates that shared similar . f] rl* i take sa< b stcpe as would best suit their ntetests. , Mr. Lorn i,nmyUrtt%me off on Friday, ti h gnat ulmt, at its* *vun'-/ residence, ' i 4f Chancellor'a," on the banks of the Thamee, near Hammersmith Bridge- Ao elegant dinner erred up at d o'clock, and some twenty or thirty ' different table", scattered through the ground*, each table holding from 30 t) 40 guest*. Iced chainpague, claret, bock, and other rare wines, flowed in profusion. A standing of icee, coffee, tea, strawberries, and other delicacies, was served during the whole time. Company commenced arriving, in morning dress?that is to say, ladies wore elegant bonnets, but were otherwise m granle toilUte?at 3 o'clock, l'an. ing commenced at if, and at 12 o'clock was interrupted only lor the guesu to partake of an elegant supper inside the mansion. As other parties were going on in town, the guests came and went continually All the <-,>rps U'arti.<tu, iorpt dt baliet, Ilc , of her Majesty's theatre were !> resent, and nearly all the leading literary and p iitical characters of London. On Saturday, the Queen went in state to the Opera House. Thai berg's maiden opera, " Floritida, or the Moore in fcipain,'' was given by command of her Majesty The Queen was covered with diamonds, and looked very well. She sat fa front of tho State box, fitted up with great splendor for the occasion, during the whole performance. On entering and leaving the house she was enthusiastically cheered, and the nationalauthein placet. Priroo Albert, who looked very well, was in a Held Marshal's uniform, and wore the eusignia of the Order of the darter. x uuiucij? a upor* if uuvuiu ui grca.1 cupci, uwiuj, j | probably, to hi* inusic being too good?11 eft, not | calculated for effect. There are some pleasing har- j monies in it. Cruvelli ban a great deal to sing, and t sir eg well. Cat zalari's voice as too scratchy. Old < I.? blue be is as powerful as ever. The opera is well [ ' cast, and will have a run. Thalberg, you are a ware, married one of Labl.icbe's daughters. Alooni hag arrived. J prefer hearing her to Jenny , I.ind, or any other ginger in the world. Her voice i i# the richest contralto I have ever heard, and I i have beard a good many. i To-morrow, the Queen goes in state to a3 entertair.im nt given at Guild Hall, by the city of Lou- 1 ' don. in honor if the (Ireat Exhibition. The city ! j will be brilliantly illuminated in the evening. ] London, Friday evening, July 11, 1851. , M. i'c T.rtfucvilU'i Report on the Revision of the ! French Constitution?Opinions of the Paris Press I ( ? l is it in State of (gnec/i Victoria to Uuihltiall? | i J< bat eon the I hi'.lot?Gir tunny?'Put key?Greece? j 1 Egypt?Drazil Mail, <$ < ., > The event of the week in European politics has I J been the reading and adoption of M. do Toc-jue i ville's repoit on the revision of the French consti- 1 0 tut ion. The report is generally considered a very able j " iocumcut; at ail events, it is a very important one, \ st the present critical juncture- It is regarded as . h decidedly hostile to the illegal aspirations of Louis j J Napoleon. The document is worthy of insertion in j ii 'oio in your columns ; but as many of your readers ; may not feel inclined to read through so lengthy a j ' document, 1 shall now give the main points of it. I j The resolution adopted is the following ' tThe Lefi.-latlve Aox-uibly having con-ib-red the JUth a article <4 the constitution. expresses a wish that the eon- 1 r stitution should be reviecd iu totality, conformtbly to f ||M Sal4 article. t 'dotal revision, therefore, by legal means, is what c the report advocates. j! M. Payer's motion for a partial revision wat re- t iectcd. M. de Tocquerille thus dudujn the objec- t, lions to a partial revision :? ' I The most serious objection to M. rayer's proposition Is. " that it tends to a partial ri visl m. which th" c *<muiis-ion * considers. for reason' which it has already given, as little 0 practicable. If its opinion on this point required pr vofs, they could be found iu the < lamination iUetf of il. l'ay- ! si i r - i l ope* it if i. d In fact, what does he propose to reform ? 1 The electoral system, and the manner In which the v torercipnty of the people should be exercised. (j 2. The constitution of the legislative power 3, The conditions of the origin of the ex uutive power. I 4 The system if th?* adu.iui tra'.ion of the country. , li t' ask how it would be possible to touch those vital i . :art? of the ccnrtitutlon. without touch imp. mere or 1 -* . profoundly, all the other parts.' After ibtroduriug re- , . ottos of such a nature into the fundamental law. it is | j videiit tliat it would become necessary to re-model the ,, hole constitution. to establish new connection and a >? w turmony between all its parts; no partial revision _ an take pUre? r.t least, of any importance, and it is rl nly a nvt-nn of such a natur. . ' can beaiuii:t?d t > tut in question the coustitutinrts .eland; thritia-ibf W( iuiait.it r< ruiim. u? icy. vAscA,( tut ittcttkitule a total (j sj' The substance of the report is contained in the tit uilowir.g cx'ract.? j ^ The p-int upon whi'h the committee has been unanl- . r? nous is this ?If. iu spite of all legal efforts towards j (0 inaniiaity. by making such mutual < neesat tn* a* are jj ompatllle with thu Signlty and sincerity of opinion*. ti? I e attempt should fall, should the Assembly not pro I r, r'tb a tulkch nt number of v te' for the legii revision: (j, f. in a wotd. the con dilution remains, it uia-t fx tp tri< 'ly and t niversally i l?-y> d On this point < he cam- 0p uii-fkn. which was divided on no many olh rs. l< untui* nous, and ww entertain the firm conviction that the 1 Pr lame unanimity will be manifested by the A semblv g, It if rvquislte that every oue -houi i un 1> r*l?n 1 that a r,. gal attempt to reform ? constitution gives. If it fails. , x 0(1 lallcoO MOO mm r .lino 2 A? l'-rr as the idea of a n v!?ion of the ein-titittlon y(l ruld he Tognlly entirtelto d it was possible |o think ii?m pp he no urn of rhanginp it. or even to prepare cue self f .r M | hut which it dido! yet sanction From th? influent (,tl ilieti rurh an idea is lilt gal. the only line of action that h|, n ains is to eu built to its emctnvnt* cud b> oh r For, ^.ri s we have already obstrvvd, the WIlttUHoi i< th" ouly m fpi.lity. the on y political right, which we now aekoow- ^ jotiim 01 ii<e amfruoiy, i<i ririK privar* j,i? <iuii . f ,<i irUrrjte, iui.i to consult ? nly tbu wuiUre of ; ' \ rancc * r sypr-aoh. gentlemen. lb* end of that great labor j hieb y-n bar* la|<wri) upon us. ami which to b-- Well w inir Hf. U.I more time and strength Vhr t*?k <<f *" nt cotomUitMi l? nearly o??r. your* I* ?b -ijt to . .m- 1 ?>i no ton ban arrived at one of ihnw - -I?-mn and. lilt ip|-tly. rate epoch* In the lite of natl-no w?-*n en .!? 1 i. II* *b'w poware are about to expire. hut which I* | . Ill iiiaeter of itself and of the future hold* in it* hand i e destinlee of a whole pi-ople, and may. l,y a word. " u-r them to weigh down oa one aide or on the o'.her , ''! hntircr reeolwtiul yon may coma In. w- may be eura *' f' rrhand that mo^h < f the Rood or t the aril which I* P'1 atot# for long time to twine will ha justly attributed ' JJn ll tt> thall earn, gentlemen, the approval or tie rt-n- 'V1 if a n-d only of ibot* who, to-day. at at u-1t await our J'1 ci*l-r?. but also of the nelt generation In lha pra- j ' nee (few terrible and ?o long a feeponsiblllty. every '"rI i* dctihtlee* will forget hi* prieala Interest*, hi* piw ! ' n? of tb* no meat. bt? rlralrlaa. hi* hatred-. Ma r -ry v" lat.d-bip- to thins only of hi* country and of history. A' might bare been tRtacle-l, the author of " Jjeoeracy In America ' allude#. in the report, to the * stitution* of the Unitad Mate* g*r I/ft w tMtt.oa tbr jn'd?' of rrewidfatiaf vie.'lion r.ti iujir in r ranee iiejtnu l\ were h notuing nut rw?iia- : ; h ne or miebap* Th' firm will of tin- Natioaal A<?. aibly op iMt br. nrt otljr lMf tu Mpwt tbo nruti'.uM io, but th 0 km cur tbit rtbiri mpr?l it It i? the better to f,, xpn-s thi* idea. and to make ynn better a- intuited lrj ritti it. that jour eoinmb>lon pmpoae. t? you t<> Intro- tp, uce into the enacting part (<(<>/>*< ?/<,- of the re eolation n</ trotmttnto you, tbe textual reproduction o( article 111 ?, 1 the r< betitutioc to make ail aell aware that It i? only neirtueif the ci trtitc'ior. and according lo H?e eon- i|< itios-laid do* n by iteelf. that we think that it ought fa| o be rerieed We expect the x lmini tration. and ??n th II |trtiri. to trrfotu tkranlrei tothi?rirw. and that t| ioy * ill r<membe r that any atte mpt having ( r object r urge- e u the people to uac netitutional ran dtdateehi p?, re in the no n.ei t that a legal r?vi"ionof the ?nn<tilu- (p l< n riiutot hi' attained, would Dot only hi' uu-eeuiing hd irregular. but criminal. , Tbe ct mine icrioi< in ihui ably doneribed by M. Fo c TocfjueriBe Let ue ni t forget gentlemen, th'' situation In which are placed?a altuafloa both atracge an J nrel. If i ic election of the Treeiiii nt of the r-public had taken nl, Iter at the natural period pointed out by the eou-tltuid. that la.on May Id. IMti.the Prtwdden'Jal power" would He aurtited thoae "f thie A -au.ib!y by oue year, aod v. ' ? only ! 1161. uffer a tw?|?p yeal> trial that the ' n it (f the head if the eiecnlire power and the Lie beplati*e Aeai mbly reaelug at th rami- thne their func- 1 in would Laee lywii wltn-waul But. by the aeel- Ve rtf I i B- et of tbwWw of Octotw r 13. Ivtl ?a law called ful r by article 1 in >! the r rwtWutlon?Ui.-Prr-I lent w?< nt,l eet-d oil Iwreiubir 10 lad", and will. n><vertbcle??. ha?" rtir?d at the e 14*1 of M* in the cour*e of f jttll. Tbna. to tin- unr moiitli. and wlt'.ilu * f.-w :f cirt-mff of earti other the tt'ttilhi p <w.*r no I the (IrlltlTt ('WW Hill rhabc? hand' A -u .-Jlj. n-rer wa 'lii ariat pople n y* t Ul (in ytwl f >r th on of re- of I ubMean liberty, hare Ion rut *11 at on. * by the luw ti > if Into rurh a t.aur-l ?net r "111 a you-tiful con?*ltu- tl . it | kurVen fuMffVlt' <> rude a trial And In whit < i unity of thegM**. Ken'broen. |.? tht* tital .clipae of in -?>riment to UU pl ie* ' An>n:-t tint p-iple ''' blrb it'I -i .*h it 1 - i..'.ti otij ..r.-rtiirne 1 tin nreromefct perhap*. than any other. !e?l? more ta in 'Of ny other the waul < f heiiv fti-rn- 1 The nation | of l.irh bare a f.tferatlre rx.tt i.e.*. tUo e vr. o wulrh. |o; Mb-nt brTii jf <1 rtif.-J the ?' ??.?i*!^r'J. p .?? an am- i fit wri te, or ahirh rrjjy f r* rtnr!e| lih?rfl?? ! *piy moto4 . r; i of tfci pt' ] ?Mch M.lM* may *x;*tf'-r n ! L tf'.b tfilm tllb f He K"*i'T'"'. nt. *il ereti ?o> _ nrl f' r a certain period th. 'ft |iUMK.I tMlf " of the p.* i ha- 1*1"lirlf?r tif j *J (i r wMrfi at'* e;. *y t . * : ..n ?t :'ii- audio,* f i Wl MUla lltx* iftir tU (ratrnl i,f* torrent in impeded tb< r?t('|>?<l. liut are we oi i of lb tiati. n ' itirewa art ot rentral'.red all kito'* of . tTi*'. - and by that rourae cki nated tie jfe-rt meat ali'rh "f all th. In th- in -t . , i.y pi iiwiiim. bat rhlcli. at thr ?*i ne liar*. It in the *t difficult to d writ hin'. t'-r a lit-sle n n.*nt ' And , fw' t what |MK"lnu t*f rui'i - rt met a trial" l.nin iat* ly after a gr?at rer* luti ii In IkruilJt'fth'Ifrafa] lh .. r i a.-i'ltjr ?nd ?| ; *.lte? wKiefi i vi,y r-? nti >a leave# l'? hind 1t and which are rlwaj-a l ot in li'T rrntlr re- I f0 rained by the rwli z in.tHMtloii* la that % imaginary m, * r ' In It' D" if th'- a ar detiti which are met tn i. ie blatny of all free iv ipie f? it not nther one j tlioae rare peril- which we onrl.t n"t to allow our ' untry to run when we ran pri-wire It fr m a* The JJJ1 l)y |. Itnlar ami h'pl in* una by wkieh W. rap nuceedin d U iat?the only n-eana p? ibape. whirh n main to u* topre- rr|

n; all tlie power* fiom arrltlnir In uoeonetltntlonal lit ind?, cr fr-en felilar en dro'wien.? fwltli-.jt lawful Keirn;. ' to hand them orer momentarily to a eono ?uent a - pjt iiiMy. wl.lrh will bare It It' furor the aathofi'y of tbn ! j kt It n it ." If and the f \rr* of Youth ' The rrjort cot.clu 1?? with an ap|Kn! to tht p.*- [ tablisbrd by the constitution Itself, and It will t? J on that it facilitate*, as far aa the law can do no. thin evolutionary and mitehlevous retult A in rat nation, roread ever a very large space, a nation In which the iphere tti the executive power 1* almost without liuiit. uid in which the oiu) representative of that power 1* lrcted by the universality of the citixens voting directly tnd separately. with' ut having had any mean* of hoc > a- ] nc enlightened, of acquiring information or of coming to an unileretanding?that is a atate of thing*, I do sot ; ' rear to eay. which hae never been seen 10 any nation ?a 1 the earth The onlj country in the world which offT* xnytbmg analegms. ia Amnio*. But arc what aprv. , iigioua difference In America direct and universal suf- | 1 rruge ia the eommon law; only one exoeptwn to thia great i , principle lias been introduced, and it appliee precisely to the'lection of Prealdent. The Pre indent of the United ; s States of America emanatee also from universal suffrage. I ( but n> t directly. And rtill the duties of the executive power in the Union, eumpirii with what it ia an 1 always will be in Krance. notwithstanding all that easy be done, in email; nofwithatanding tuat in that country where the r rcpublie existed, it may be said nnc? its origin undsr the monarchy in It* habits, ideas, end manners, and t where it had rather te appear thao to be b >rn?In tb,t sountrythey have not ventured t" en rurt the eleetl"i of the representative of the eaecutivc p r to the di- \ reel and universal vote. The power to be elected ap- r pt'ibrru "ii'i too great. ma. above all. to reiujte train I ;he elector to allow him to make an eulig.it "l J \ mil mature choice. The American nation onljr I ? lects delegate*, who ehooee a President. Them daogates represent, no doubt, the general spirit of the 1 vmutry, it* tendenoiee. it* tact. i. and frequently >t? g passl''DH and prejudices; but they are, at lea-it. postered with knowledge, which the people could not ^ lave. They can form to themselves a precise id-.-a of the p n-neral wants of the country, and of its real perils, know he candidates, compare theut with each other, weigh, ihooee that which each citizen, in th? depths of hi* home a ind freqiH-ntly of his iguontnce, in the midst of the la- _ t>'-r- and pre-occupation." of private life, is incapable of icing. Thus ve have seen, within the last sixty years, k lie Americans frequently keep out of the ttrst magistra y of the republic citixens well known, and frequently r> ry illustrious, to ehooee men who were relatively objure. but who answered better to the political necessities of the momeut. B If tbe dangers of universal and direct clrcuinvtance* a in such a matter had moved the legislators of the United States, how much more ought it to strike us?we who live iu a country where the great mijority of the eitl- N tens have not ye' acquired the habit of occupying them- II ?lvcs with political aliait", who nev?r think of such F things excepting by accident.and who do not know, even b name, the greater portion of tho-e who conduct, or think they conduct, tin- public. aTairs. and w-iere besides vj Ihi y have eulBc ientiy coutracteil the passions which t n-s-racy suggests not to like to plaoe at the head of the (overtime).t one of th- ir equals, and who h-\ve not aciu'r-d *t< ugh of the light and experience which de-no- W riitio nations require to enable them to pi-rf >rni the -in- A ies which devolve upon them.' U'htre wis there, with T he xi-i ptlon perhaps ofthefa-nou* ileini jo-iues who"e K lit- re-ts i and Vk 1-ut pnniniM|lsk and r -e ui u-n I. W it princt* whose birth makes thctn conspicu >us at a d'"a: ei?where was the personage whose name could cod- f, y urrive a', the knowledge aud tlx itself easily In the A iienn ry of the million of rural electors who carer ths K. urface of France, if it were not that of the m in by T1 ihom the public power has b #n exerci"?d foryi-ari, wn > CI las prrsontlied. during a long time, in the eyes of ea-h C. itit- n. that central administration, that with us is to he (1 ecn everywhere, which is felt in everything, and wnich L i to be discovered every day without being -ought fjr. T The visit of the Queen of England, in state, to luiliihall, on Wednesday, is the chief io.rM^c of y lomatic intelligence. The night was line. Loo- j, '.on i sou red nut i*s inilliorg. 1 have seen many n rowds, but never saw so dense a one; and all were it. mutated by a spirit of genuino loyalty. The T l-letidid regiment of Horse Guards kept tho lino J rom Buckingham Palace to the Mansion House, on J1' heir splendid black chargers; their steel helms and 1' nirksscs glistened beautifully ia the moonlight, T ml reflected back, like mirrors, tbe thousand briliaut stars of light, beaming from every house. All hat part of the city through which the roy al or- A; fir passed was brilliantly illuminated. Never, ha crhsps, iu the annals of h'story, did an Etiglisn .. nonarch behold so loyal and gratifying a demnitration. The Lord Mayor has been created a 111 unmet. be A (IckftfA iAfilf TilflfA All Tnnailitv walcwkA ?ksw -w lilt of which may have reached you hy VVedaee- . ay's steamer :? wl Mr. Henry Berkeley mcred for leave to bring In a 111 for the piot?clloTi of the Parliamentary elect irs of \'j r,at Britain snd Ireland by taking the votes by way of j,e sllot. He contended that the shield of the billot was reefvary to give the voter due protection against unfair o ifluenee?especially the atrrii ultural voters, who were riven to the p< 11 like a II..ck of sheep to tne market . wn Tutiuiidution di posed of he could be well cm- 'or Tt to let bribery take its chines; intimidation contain- of I within it tbe seeds < f brib ry in the wor?t f>rm He thl lew a humorous picture of the tenantry of the lind- m? rn? r?. one lay figuring a? gallant and Invincible yeo- fri. anry. au'th'r day troo; iug to the poll at the word of (B| MHM. v. tit p-o slavishly, that he thought it w,,uld vJ ve much time aud trouble if the steward 01 the est ne . re allowed to send in a list of tbe voters to the high erill of the county. He was satisfied that the saint * W stem ef tyranry and slavery which exited 11 ISl'scn- ? QU>d to flourish in 1861. and referred to the South x Lilts election a- an txainple. He quoted a striking S | is.age lr> m Mm, to (Boa that the ball >t was a-lrw g ,t<d by that MigacioU" politician as a sufficient remedy | r the evils < f '.our electoral f> stem, so long ago at l"i>? s r reminded the lit use that ihe measure had luu sanr- | ,n i f th" Master of the Rolls, and of the pi,seut AttOb f y (leDCTal, and Solicitor Uenerai. It the uohle lord at c lehtndof the government would give bun any pledge f at tbe ini aeure was to be compri ed in the n-w plan * rtbitn. he would be happy to withdraw his motion. * Mr. Kills r?sond<4 the motion. Having mi mu-h of S titesiod elections in lii< purt of the country fir tweuty- x e tears, he bad had opportunities of knowing tne ei a salve amount of intimidation and improper luflu u -e y siclMd on Ooth sides. It was the duty of that House to 5 able the voter to respett himself; but how e aild the 5 ter respect b m-?lt when he was dragged to the poll to | re a vote against hU own eon*:tenr?, on the side of f itch he dtd not iwcwt? In littrsnr, ikirlliMit. and s her institutions, tike ballot was universal; why ttieu ? I.u'.d it not lie adopted when the object was to itect.ou to tbe voter in the exercise of the in ml im ? riant function which the ciUstiu of a free state eoull j called upon to jierfjriii! Mr Hums lUi.is'lted the motion, and in order ths' the <* int'.n it the might be fairljr taken on th* nu?*- < D. ?h< lild *iil druw the tmrridinrnt ot wtn.-b in- hot rin not lev. for a bill to eitabUrli houm-bold -mtfragi*. ennial reninim-nta. and vole by ballot. lie r.-gorl.J reform measure of 1832 a* a failure, and urged the bh Uld at the heal of the rot.t uiOetil to bring f>r>/il a large nod MBflltadn |Uu. VII Ifcobelt referred to tho circunmtaorM of the late etion f> r l ath He could not. M an MMl mill and tlifttl ref re.ittatiec. refute to eupport a met. lire fir . i j>r<<t>-cti' n of the vi Wr having t*en au adrocate o . Mb l t. r )e*r?. There ei rt- u '* general onli* for a division Mr ^barman l'i?wft*ilr e mid began to np.'itk but a* i m> iim conlioui'd tiupalleut to diriil.', bo aim -at iin- J dlateljr remand hi* i?at. , l'lie Hon** dti idi J. '1 In number* were:? r the nu lb n AT aiutt it. , -V) ? a 00 Majority in favor 87 / i eben.- at rhi-erisg followed the announcement of the JJ4| mm in t iertnany, affair* are k? ilull a* Jitch water. 1 ( Adviceefroin t'onetar'inoi !e of th? 21th of June, 1 \ tyrna f the/7th, an J AtLcn* of the 2^th, kave ' iNNini I \|j, ircccc ia in a very wild Mate The village of i jjn lit in, in Atnlaata, Li I bteu pillaged by a p iwer- ! f|)M 1 and of brigand*, ui la the CMMMSi of the J |||(| ;orioii* t 'aiauiata. aud the timet atroiim* cruel- j , |( J ' pcrp* tinted Huuioi bad ocvn burnt, the p-a- tU(J| i*.ry iiiiirdi n d, and the wo uen in* *acred. after I ? ; uiott bnirib.e usage. Among the women k Hod 1 ' ' tbi -inter of a inerehant cttab'ieh.'d at A?h a?, [j, Ihe t ame of Vialandiino*. r'be w*i literally cut pieee*. The capital wa* in a (tale ot con^Uma- , n at tbcie nnewed hi rrors. | >( Vlore a,i?fa??tcry I* the following :?There took mei ice, lately, in Athene, a poetical r-jire it n'ation, r itch, f ir the lirat time after tb* lap*'? of age*, af- and dtd to the citiiem of Athen* the e| :t'-cle- of one A tbore literaiy cor teru of whi h th.y u .1 to be *nl; I rood A r>b Greek lucr bant, fettled u*. T.i- j I oi t?,M. A n.brotius ftulli'?instituted an annul n.u /e of 1,G0 dr? fir the bett poeui. 1 en ? idi- pin tcs jn.enfed them- lvc* thia year. The jury | f - < i;<p..-ru oi Bre pton^a<*ri 01 ti.e un?v?.- ty. ? le Kirg w#? present at the ?K>l<?mni?jr, and pla?'<i ! H'; lit Lit own hard n ciowt, of laurel on the head i? . : .?ncx?ful candidate, who waa a captain iu lh?t ,lJ| ?7, named 7h. Zalavo?ta Tha atit>)e it ha liaj r,,.' i-en f< r hif poeui wae the riege of Mi-nolonghi. ? Fioin Alexandria wr learn that thr difference be(tn the Porte an<l the Pacha of Lgypt ha' been * liiely arranged; the Pacha baajuat rent a com* J' mou, nd|' IM <f :hroe meubcra, via , Llclulru ^ La. Ileiicudin Pa*ha, anil Abdcraui ? t lornJi, fj0 Conaiantinople, to receive the h'ultan'a eriera. ? inp Li.cikJi. lD*)>ector ieneral ol the proviooea j|(, ho l anuhe, ret < ii'< n the-lltl oi April t<i take etnimelhia j* t; he *m accompanied by a -j lliant itaff, bcaidva two IVur?ian "flicera in the I j itkieli aervh.-e, and artillerymen, who arc to 1 \ ?!a<c the irrtgular troopa in the fortrcJ< on the Tni ifian front iti?. T1 I tie Humboldt, whieh left New York on thei-<tta by l iint'i arrivtd in (.'owe* JioaUr on verteid.ir uioru- ' " : ? 1 A'e have had fo-ne Military ahow ra. wi -h have ' indeta) ly cooled the atmosphere. The wet her >j la up hi e ! pi,, i\ e learn from I Ubon, July 7, thaf j <rt of the n rnlry haa resigned. vi/ : the Marqau of Louie *?I Mcrra. I.oi /e and lYrtana Tl,.. . il. mt < ai.il ? reconetracteU, eoui>ri?iB( Hwlrico lie Tl ner* Magklhae?, Kontee I'trrrira <le Siillu, *,r rrult, nr,? Ktrrnro. Lirbon tranquil. I?. Bell. Mon k <'o , rej>o-t n-? alteration, * n ?< ck, in American Male :ke. Price? are h? )i ! # !? 11 : l??d iUt. ? rie?prC?rtB >?4?,l?M PI a W ' U> >t?d fllate* Bl> |?M>M bond? .to) a lUi 1 lt?d (late? Mx per Out Honda IH'M llu a 111 i it?d f>ixt??fiix (?r Ukt flock. leAT-M..im a lot ? fork { at?* 1'ire p?r Cvd*. 10 a ? II r Trek City Tire p-r Cent. 186&-70 M a Pi ? : "% City 1 Ire p.c Cent Bond*. If.. !>3 a l<Tj intyleenlt > ? i ?r at (trek, ex dir. > j , ? ?: , 11 '? ft Cent f'.eck. l'?0-'W I'll a ? b,i? l it" |.? r Cent aicrlirjr i-t>... J 7 a 1 i < rj land 6 pet C-1* fieri in Honda, ea dir. a?? a , ll'i ?4m fix | *r ' ?nt Bond* 1874 t'V a 110 f\i\ "he ato-k marktte npr n tb* eostinent bare l> i i. eially cb iwterireri, thi? week, 1/ n: h t.tx- f' i, *td prkti kit ?s ?Tfra] iutenctt k1gt<- lujci Untrcmr/ of the DNlaraUan of Indepes da Ma, 4 tit of Jul), 1TTU. ovk khknch correspondence. Paris, July 3,1851. With sueh a large number of Americans now 1 Paris, the glorious anniversary of the Deo la ratio if Independence of the United States could nc lave been passed over without oelebration; and i *as suggested, a week before it came, to have a pre iininary meeting at the Hotel des Princes, where Ktinmittee would be appointed to make the neces ary arrangements. This meeting was held?tfc uganuation of the grand affair was arranged, an he large parlor of the world-known restaurau Vroufrirts Proven<;aux was engaged for the dinnei Hie price of tiokets was $5 (25f). ft enable he assembly to obtain from the restaurateur a ver, leg ant repast. A band of exoellent music was pro ided. At six o'olook precisely, about fifty Amcri ans, who had assembled at the offioe of Livingstoi nd Wells, No. 8 Place do la Bourso, proceeds .long the Hue Vivienne, arm in arm, two bj TU1- ?-1* - - - v>u. iins wvttiou ijuno u sensation among tin peetators, who did not know what meant that pro ewion of cheerful, pood looking men thus parading [i the streets of Paris. The dinner was served ui t seven o'clock precisely; and thero were seatec round a long table, elegantly decorated, coverct rith brilliant silver ware, loaded with dishes of tali inds, and the best brands of our French wines, the >llowing gentlemen, whom I will name in order: ? MBSIDEVr. Colonel 9. O TIebert, of Louisiana? the gallant comlander of the 3d regiment of U. g. infantry in the Mexitn war, under General Scott. ncr munrxrj. Charles C. Bartling, of New York; A. M. Ilolbrook, ol ew Orleans; -lames W Hewitt, of gt. Louis; Dr. It. L. owurd, of Columbus, Ohio; P.Miller, of Tennessee; It. . tamychtl. of Philadelphia. KCHITARtEI. W G. Peschler. of Columbus, Ohio: E C. Warton. ol ew Orleans (correspondent ol the Picayune). TIEtU'lU. John Cuncbois. of New York. r. Wisewele. of Ohio; T. t. I- Preston. Phila ; . A Moss. Philadelphia; N. Bronewell, Ohio; J aurseure, Paris; B. II. StUlwell, New York; , J. Warren, N?w York: K Durire, New Orleans; to. YVillt-'s, editor of the C. I-. Hunt. St. Louis; Pvlirr Gatrtu, New York; S Jones. Pittsburg. Pa.; Arthurs. Pittsburg; T Blair. New York; II. Ctrrlirg. do ; T. C. Blair, do.; Stevenson. New York; L. D. 0. Wo > i. N Orleans; log. Wad-len. Jr .Virginia; K L-aritt. New York; ia?. Stebbins, N. Orleans; Ceo. Lorillurd. do.; II. Mitchell. New York; T O. Cubberston, In liana; F. Beauregard .NOrleans; T. Clark, do.; B. Harrison, Ohio; A O. Burt, Ohio; P. Harrison, do: Pouts, New Orleans, ard Henderson, Bait.; W. K. Horn, New York; . With erst, do.; C. T. Clynch.do ^ 8 IVpper. Philadelphia; T C. Kdes, Baltimore; iarlf? Pepper. do.; Tyler Davidson, Ciu.,Ohio; 11 llevoil. l'arii; W. II llolbrook. t$o<<toa; K. Owington, l'bila ; Q. 11. Draper, Sew York; A Llgg-it- Virginia; 8. 0. Herring, do ; fcn 8 BHls, Tennessee; John lUnvard, Mississippi; !< ?? W. Kvans. Phlla.; T. Lawson, Cin.. Ohio: If. Wood. New York; F. K. Zell, Philadelphia; T. 11. Ohainberi, 8an A. >U<on. Tennessee; Piancl.-co ; T l!.ntou SuiitU, 1'hiU. nd about twenty more gentlemen whose names 1 ne not been able to procure. It is ascertained at if the arrangement hud been more known, oie than three hundred Americans would have tn present. Mr. Hives, our Amerisan ambassador in Paris, 10 had been invited, was not present, ho being, r the last two weeks, at the watering place of chy la ISaius, where he has been sent fur his Hltb, Ly his physician. Mr. .^timlford, the worthy secretary of the ern>sy. wus sick, and unable to attend. As for Mr. (doodricb, our new conral, he had, ig before the party was arranged, engaged a lot his countrymen to come to his nouie t> enjoy i glorious 4lh of July, with a dancing entcrtaininl; and he was, of course, oblige J to receive his ends; but, as it will be seen hereafter, he had gaged all the guests of the dinner to come to his use to "achieve the night." i'he programme of the dinner was as follows;? Doooooeoooooooooooooooooouooooooooooooeooooooooo * Hoti D'ai'tiri. Saueift-on. Bi-urre. Corniclioos. Sardines, Tnmates, | Anchois. Olives, lladis. Conserve*. Conoonibre*. | >0 1* f K % Purr* J- Pol.'", I'otop l'riutannier. fttct Crfrj, T)pi<<ca. I E L K V k I. Kill U de Ku'uf >ui champignon* farcin. I'Mili i>u!t J luiii I'iiul. bought. TaoiK" n aux rhoax <*urr fiijuante Tutliot Holla tidaine. sauce bUuclii Oenoisn I 1'oularde* a leitragi u. etcu titiiia. Petite pa'.' *e au na'urel. Pilot* do ch??r#ull. I'MrlntUl Houbiso Poulol* uum supr> m<*. Kin do Toau Hainte OUiro MayonnaUe de saumon raw poi' ."J lard. |l ivtiu |Kii? au ?ucro P. von do maraiii. suae blanch' Haricot* vert* a la Kich' liou halado do volalllo aux truti. o. Points* d'arperge* aux a*Ufa. aoTia. 3 Calllo* rntioo. Pindonnraux farcin, 2 Canoctnn naiioo orange, ilarc do (tanglier. 1 Laugoii. tc rt Hoiiiard, Pilot do b>i uf pi^uo. | UTUMITI llfli'l. 0route a raiiHDko Itombon glac.es, Abriootc a la Condi*. liavarrino* a laVauLlo. | Mil I.I T , Abrlrnts, Anainlo*. Vrambotsaf Anana*. Partl<|ito*. | fnliu, Uortno* Melon. PicMgai Oruyi-ro ?t 2 Hn^uolurt. Cafe. Lli|Ui*ur?, Cigar en OOOOOOOO'lOOOOOOOO'O'OOOlKI'rOlXUKWIO'lOO'lOOOOOOOOOO * is may bo icon by the above description, the be* were plentiful, und cooked in the bent style, for the nines, they were exquisite, and free'y Iributcd. t hen this fine dinner bnd been fully apprei' d.Mr. 0. II Mitchill, of N?? Yonumsf i.ot Mitchell, of White I'lains?appointed in ,t Mr II..rn >1... h.k.l .1.......I I.. ?.?. ii the cutj?ro?6 and read the Ideclaration of cfrndePce ?>f 177b, sign* d hy the noble statcsi who were the assistant* an<i friend* of the linrtal tin rgc Washington. He re id it in a very ropriate manner. 1'he reading of this great er wj.? l >ter,i d to with profound silence, and eoBclaaioa wa* received with three cheer*, eh t< hi M ttlMgh the wall* of the dining m, and echoed in the National I'alaee. mmediately after, Mr. Hehkiit, president of the .tine, ro-ennd jure the following ?os?t: ? li? rr< *lu*?.t ?f the Voiled Plate*. [Tbree eho-w, one el" er mnr? ] it tbir in' ment the orchestra, to which I had en the trouble to teach the tune of * Yankee "lie" (cot w< ii known in l'arin), gave it with ebacuiucy. and tLis ?a* reeeirel with great n-uie by nil the company. iftrr it, .Mr. Iln rr i gave the tonitii? u - hapi-leon. I'roMeot r.f ll>e trench K<vublle. e MkMlM rl'jeil I be Mao elite* iijaia ") eoffe \\ ?-l'ii ?( n. it" Noble rounder of our Re* die (I'mnV in tlh ?< < ] afbyrit*. lit el mnlcnn. ?n<l I'e llr??*c?Three notdc t mi* tear if la Kelt* tr. net. v n.t IicItcI Aimrira i hittr II* lih< ity. to- Alloy and Nary if Itie tidied !>t%!e*. nifi.raa Ki.t< i price Amertcin Industry. A no t inn unci* ur W ivc*. P?cc?h??rt?. ard Al>?cnt Friend*, it thi* Iniinciit Mr. i ifcttt.r i rend th'ee letter*, firrt f'om Mr. Kivea, jr., lorn me bis lather, s, a* hi fore stated. ??' . t Vichy; the second n Mr rbiltnu Sandf- r?l, Secretary of the United trs I i in hasty; and the thiid Iron .Mr. Goodrich, lie t"?.?t* tin's continued:? t e Alnern an l.adn*?t.'nion l? th' ir motto, roiri'i n t.'ni' n? Whatever maj he ihr p dlcy, alway* ' n | l.r Mr iWnvard.J ho < <>iitMut!(n of the United State*, a* undtntood tA Inf?-? ?d buM \\ ln-trr, th? .-mr of th? Wr?t. r> il * Mi u t.rj of Atiiin * l?< U" ii, Id Unity. tl.i un of the ft i-t. T< tal I *.?. Iir ftror g Anb.r of tl?r American Xbtj, Potumod -n! >?rt t-lnr-f (at.rii ! flannrr (And tlil? n.i'lonal hymn lh<n IUIK h* Mr L l> 0 Wood, of Now Orl?nor, r?| )< ! Ii; l'li? a Ink rl.otu? J I n ni h> | iridic of th? N?? World. (I'merdadbf M rarrallT* of Uirkwdl* obtained I17 the Di-clt in of Icili pi tidelice?by yi'Ur lt'?kcUW wrf/car, lie nmliit ] illfoinU? Mny the rlae like a phienlt from itr 11M1 rry < ley?ht timid. France, an I Atidria Iratat of of not li tlicy tin. he their beautiful purce; hut Old Kentucky put* donii lo r onn 1 m ri 1 Cf-ott?Tho t en , 11 i-r of Cburubueoo and 0 (il ldo. ir Mi unn llrr ??. e Tri-Cnli r flag of Kianci ? May our union be al. enh etai* ir Fltg ?M-f. r.'W ware* nrir our h^.-td*. .ii AgTii u.tcir, ( >|IIUHT ? u.ii Manufacturer of our iH'i uitlf. 1.0 1 f Un- f u 'fl? 1! ?i civi- tlic following n?rrn: 'ili Olher !.?jr. J was vi?| ing the burial *1 'if li " J'' ;?m ' l .'i-o, wbtrn my rmdt took , ii - tiJd of m?H (lU'itftii which Wat a ' ?ill < tit ?'j n it, . " Wh'ivi i? thatgrAVf !" 1 . I l.it: ' J Jut I of an 111 1::'rl<fU.-' fctro ? the j im flory of the Kroneh army." " Why is there noname upon the stone V "Oh! his name need)nob to ho engraved, to bo remembered." " Who waa he 1" " Marshal Ney!" And the whole assembly drank, in silence, to the memory of the illustrious n companion of the great Napoleon, n Here, a very curious incident took plaee; and it , is worth being known on the other side of the Atlantic. The Marseilles Hymn having been requested of the orchestra, a servant replied that a commui tairi of police had sent orders to prohibit this na,L tioral song from being performed by the band This news was received with groans; and one of tha '* guests exclaimed, in a very eloquent manner? 0 "G?d-d?n ! we are not to be bamboosled in that d way ! Wo are American citizens, and free; and we do not see why u republican hymn is not to b* played in Frauce. If we can't have it performed. ' let us sing it!" And, inxtanter, the whole assembly 1 rose, and sung the prohibited hymn. In the meanwhile, a large crowd of about one* ' thousand persons, had assembled in the garden of * the National I'alacc; and one of the guests, who saw it friin the windows, suggested te the oompany i to suspend the singing, which, as far as it had gone, , was sufficient, and would, if continued, become the> cause of sonic trouble. This was fully understood., 7 and the toasts were continued. 3 To the Memory ol Napoleon the Great. To the Marseilles ll vuin. which led the French Army to glory und victory.?Btc., stc. { 1 could, if 1 had time and space, write more than , a dozen of other excellent toasts. It will be sufficiflfit t.n iiiv fKuf ???w?J ?i-a.? ?..v WM,?H *ui KdUfMU, IUU JUWIilCT Ul IQ > Panorama of Mississippi River, being called bo the ' rostrum, delivered cue of those Vj >l)y" orations, [ full of wit and humor, for which he is bo celebrated. The waiters haying announeed that ooffee, liquors, and segars, were in readiness for the company in the upper parlor, the assembly broke up, and nearly naif of the gentlemen present, after a short visit above, went down into the street, whefe carriages were ready to take them to Mr. Goodrich'*! house, where the day was celebrated by a ball in r the evening. Cur amiublo and hospitable consul had adornod. his bouse with the national colors of the United States, which, either in small or large shapo, weru hanging all over its parloif. Kvery lady there pro, sent wore, either on her hair or on her bosom, Lilliputian llrgs, which had boon prepared by tho fair hands of Mi^es Goodrich and their amiable mother. The piano and violin were ri /ailing to deliver the prettiest polkas, mazurkas, sehoitiches, and quadrilles, and all tho company enjoyed the music uud tho "consequences" with much gayetv and merriment. There were many very pretty ladies' present, and 1 cannot refiain from naming, beside." the elm:mine Missis Goodrich, Misses Carries, ot New York: Leussure, of Virginia; ami ilepburu, ot New Yoik. Such is the report o? this grand anniversary dinner of the DooUra'ion of Independence of the United States in Paris. On the next day all the French papers of our city gav e reports of it. It must be considered as a strong step for a future annual meeting of the sirue sort of all tho citizen? of the United States, who wi'l be present in Paris ! upon any future Fourth of .July. "Union" is the motto ot the large and glorious republic of Vorth. America; and it will ho no doubt the motto of her children, whenever they may meet, far or netr?in a fortign land or at home B. H. it. Visit of tUe ltcyal Cons nils* I on ere to Lives-pool, lUNqtxr ON IDAKD TUB A It, A OTIC? SOIREE AT Tllfc TOWN HAt.J,. [From th? Liverpool Albion, July 11] Wc announced, in our last, that our townsman. W illie m Brown, Liq., M. P. for South Ltnouchirr. h.M invi?,.,t ?V... J ? ...v.. ?..v ?vM.* vumiunoiUHcrn uuu ? party of distinguished foreigner!, to a grand banquet, to be given to-morrow (Saturday), onboard t lie steamship Atlantic. 'J ain uoblo vc-.'ol ban been thoroughly rcjiaired, and left dock yesterday morning, fehe is now anchored in thelSloyao. Mr. Brown bar arrived in Liverpool, to make preparations for the reception oi his numerous guests, nearly two hundred gentlemen hiving accepted the invitation. In order that the piny may have an opportunity of viewing our noble river and port to advantage, a small steamer will be at the landingstage to-morrow morning, at ten o'clock, lor the purpose of making au excursion on the Mersey, la the ufu-rnoon, at five o'clock, the coiujuny will sit down to dinnt r on board the Atlantic. I*he Mayor. John Bent, Esq., has .determined that the members of tho K <yal Commission, and the distin- I gu abed foreigners who will visit Liverpool on t'.ii# occasion, shall not depart without an opportunity of appreciating the civic hospitalities of ibis great commercial town, from the Atlantic the company will proceed to the Town llall, where hii Worship will give an evening party, to which upwards of nine hundred invitations have already been issued. The English Press. [From America compar.-d with England 1 The English m wtpapers are distinguished for tho excellence of the type and paper, tho fuluess oftheir lepoits, and the wordiness of their political di*pinions. The leadiDg articles of tho Ttmu may o> taken as a sample oi the latter; they are sonorous and striking, hut full of clap trip and nonsens : and the writers are profoundly indifferent to-day about the sentiments inculcated by them*?dre< ? mouth since. '1 Ins is the general cb.ira.-ter of English newspaper leading articles; all suits ot questions are discussed, or rather trifled w th, in a shallow rattling style, of bubbles and effervescence The reader ts grossly deceived who suppeso-' that whit flti l'.Ti ?lli> ll tnlvi.mifAJ Lu/liw ? III - , ? ? -- - f-f" * vvw*v wI rrmj ? l? ??? ? " '* kiu >b? day atur lo-morrow. The conduct of tho Loi.dou pre in. with respect to the late revolution in trance, ha* been distinguished for wore than its ordinary share of iguoiancc, frivolity, misrepresentation, inconsistency, and folly. At one time the Knglish people were told, that the French would elect mor archi-ts to the General Assembly, if, a' was not likely to happen, any election at all was permit's d. 1 hen they were avured I wit none but sons citLUt* would bi elected; and thon that there w-juld he a bloody civil war, that wojld end in there trtkblishmcnt of monarchy. The editors know no inure about democracy and the working of democratic institutions, than tne Cossacks ot Russia. The su| ply of work to a lew thousand* of in n in Pant wa* treated as absurd by Lug'. ?b journalists wLo had supported the like thing in Ireland tho year before, a:.d who were at tl.e tamo moment advocating the right of ttc Lnglmh laborer to be fardi l.nl with woiK by the suite, under the act of l.li /.ali* b. Moreover, at the same time, there wan id I.nglard an immense number of persona receiving relief in tbo i.ngusk workhouses, supported b/ public taxes. Tho intorferon t, by tho provi- I dotal government, with the hours of labor of rcitain operative* was denounced i.s a wild, unheard of pioecedir.g by tij-i London newspapers, which bud a few w.tk< before aiLocatod the bill limiting the tibte of labor iu Lngl *h cotton. Mod c? itain o'l.cr uiiinul'aoto-its. to ten hours per day. '1 be refwal ot the proviso ml g-ive-tun at to allow all the lands to be withdrawn at owe (Yum the ssv.ngs banks was j r<.claimed to h* the tno.'t cruel r. initiator I bi idicrt ru-norv were gravely o'trcuiuttd, ai d every trivial incident grossly exaggerated. A little t. inpor..ry di*ire.-? being felt in 1 rsrcc (but which we- nothing cpiul to that which l.i gland and Ireland were ut the same tnu - sutl ?ri?g) , socoly was represent! d ti be in a ?t its of I ebais. Tl.e uicrratilile and monetary derang-inri.ts of Austria, l'ru.-sia, and ail Gar many and Italy, w -re passed over very 'luietly. bc-iu-e those coumriea nan not i>. "ii "> nu I ve ' to protlaru rejubiio. ' fit tlx : i m of'U' i it governn ?tit iu An tits, 1'iuwit, and luly ;tn been tUily U l*> the *<ry papera which * few month-1 iio d< tn.um r in ui !i.iu-'ir-'l ?. u. t'i-? cvita ot nl'M'lutir m. 'I line *i- h.trdiy k tn?n in Knglttid wtlOWMI lOt <!<i?iVld b} tlii* Uld!S of tiv.vii;.! It tLtte bail b?cn one real ilvm <-ratio |. ,??r in London. ? -e ot th:.- "i would h.?*e i?<>n pnV liibcu ; lie f--i>r il i xj o'liro, ?urca?m, and ridicule. ?'itubiitr intttliutii tier*; glib no<l <1117 to riant ; 1 -t.r. . ?\; > art eoi.i iniiiu{ tt>ei r i-aliibttnii.[ lu.ijr r\cry i!jT, l?r w.iot of auuh -onaor. The liid iK Mngli'i ilailj' M"i?ptn have completely aiccec-'ed in Attltinx the people with re-rpcrt tc (tie < j u ration ol U< mo-relic inatirutione in the United Mate*, livery j-etty diaturbmce ia exaggerated. ?\try opportunity ia taken to heap ceot?n and obio<|tiy nj >11 the great f hiiip": r.-pnV?l;e. huch bate been tlx. e fleet ant tbia con??o of conduit, that many even of the < hariUt Lokra apeak ?gaii..t republic# idem, and hardly .iny pub!in M < aker caie* to ndrert o the 1 nite'i .-'atea aa fiitniebit g e? i 1* ncc ol the >> ?.? t? ml r?<ultc of popular repierentatioa. 1 he idle ami ailly Mcertion. that * iiali vet jr> tit.y tie- Anxri .. may eni >> la i wing to the ahutitlai.ee of land, a:..i no*, to their poiiiirm inpiruti in*, *rem? to be cu - nt throughout tbe Pritoh community. Tbe arfc.ierAtio pre*' dalifht* in talking nbnul Arum m ? arery am irpudialion: and, although tbe praeti ttl working ol u?nrei*al *uffrage ami annual election* h.ia beer riirplnyed by the ^ocri?v?ri* to the worbl for more then lie If a ecu men calling rbein*"lvcpolitician* in >rl Hmughxm among the au|i|ioittl, late election took place in htunce, that, under umverral rttftrnge, none hut bepgai* and the very out i.ua of v., > ry could b fleeted. Sm h i-the reus'iiir sr. nu t - i h the extent of an Kntr^h politician a information. The clergy are in the habit of dograati'ing from the | tllpU agaifflflMpubllcaaiUB, ami the judge* do tl.e like uom^Ee Leii-li. I.very pari'ti vhorch ia ittetichvkW Ike aristocracy. Not only I* implicit i.btdicncm^ i r*"n* 11 anth'ri'y reclaim'1' tn be n ii ligii W117, I r t 'aw rr'ptrc' ? f>ro cf ptayer. in nhi-b the c,. preg.i'' pray t<- th< Almighty to fu>tain the monarch and e*'.abn 'cd chnieh, and preernt trdiion. Thia h-s a groat iiif.ic 1 *c ' HI lire j ":1>1. ininl The . -fj ar- e live | 1 mi.?, a d .ire i>. .1 r; v ail r.? : < ... 1 porr l to all reroraa They rot# at eluctii ne, n I tbe bithopr ait in thr llnu-e of f<nrd?. Nut With* Handing all thla, tbe progr*** of democracy i* by no in- .in* di.'ihtfu'j a riform of tbo rcoremn*.atioi ofthopcrjlc in lbe IIoum of ( omaaoi.* e.iunoi bo 1 . 11; h I or." ; I ha', w.ii *. 1 ' J by v. Bp let* npr entation. ^ > |

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