Newspaper of The New York Herald, January 28, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated January 28, 1855 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. 'HOLE NO. 6729. SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1855. PRICE TWO CENTS. { "FAIRS m THE LEGISLATURE. ' BESTHG DEBATE ON THE LIQUOR LAW. BBUABK8 OF MB. COLEMAN, e Letter of Fernando Wood. ortant Conference Relative to Harbor Encroachments. > * NoUtixg Movement in the Assembly. ATTEMPT TO CHECKMATE W. H. SEWARD, <fcc. &c. dec. KWYOBK LKGUIL&T0BE. embljr. Alb amy, .Ian UO ? I P. M. Ttm PBOH1R1TORT LIQUOR LAW. e ConntMo of the Whole, Mr Blatchford in the r, reioiKd tb? consideration of the bill to suppress ?pwuee. . Ouumm'? amendment to strike ont the County ? and oonSse the power to grant license upon the rviaar aad justices of the town, was loat. ? SnuKSK ocoved to strike out the word* requiring who apply for a license to be such aa do not use ticating Ifqeor* as a be vera je. Agree d to. ?Mr*. fucMW and Aitkin offered amendment*, gtng the details of the second aection, but without eia. ?. Glcam.v proposed to reduce the penalty of the I to be given by the licensed seller from $1,000 to Maui-tb* addressed the Committee, chiefly to e that thoae members from the city of New York anstaiaed tit in bill, did so againxt the strongly ex ted eentiasest of toe people o( that city, who had 1 the gentleman who vetoed the bill or last year a irity of 14,000 over his Maine Law opponent, the ?nt Executive. , '. Biint sustained the proposition to amend, be e, without ft. the traffic would become a legalized opoly again xt the poor, for no poor.inan, unable to sand a thousand dollar bond, no matter how sober, oral, or homeet he might be, would be allowed to en in the f ~ *. Maufibk wished to confine the operation of this native bora white male litis* n*. e Chair ? The gentleman's proposition is not now In r. i \ UAOVin? I beg pardon. I thought the native ement ?w always in order. *. O'Knom spoke against the whole bill, criticising, ivere laagoage, the motives which impelled the ultra ida of temperance, and challenging them to a defence ie principle* embodied In the bill. *. ?jooh related an anecdote expressive of his opinion loae whoaeemed so eager to draw the iriendx of the ato its diaeassion ? of a huckster woman in I'hlla bia, who insisted that if the provokingly quiet ter lady did aot talk back, "she would burst." Mr. ould regret to hear of any such catastrophe to the ales of the bill; but even to prevent it, he could not idueed to waate the time of the House in debate. >e motion to reduce the penalty of the bond t o $600 ? loat. *? McGumr renewed his amendment, restricting the ilege of engaging in the traffic to native born white i citUena. r. Pkitt ? Why net say Know Nothings t. MfGrmx ? Becftuxe I am ignorant of the character sh that pbnute describes. te amendment was lost. r. O'Kkwk eauvec to strike out the word"s?crament becauae tea or a dozen of very improper persons it organise themselves into a sacramental circle, aud base wine, improperly, for sacramental purposes. ? Amies mwed to add the word ''unadulterated," hat the phrase would read, "pure, unadulterated ), for sacra mental purposes." :. Bake* thought if any believed adulterated win? er for aacraascntal purposes they should be allowed -irehase it. He there lore opposed the amendment? U waa loat. r. Baivh proposed a substitute for the aeconl ion, provhthh? for the election of the agents to be lorued to >?"fl intoxicating drinks, lie preferred this e to that of appointment by the County Judge: and as preferable. Hut this fact will not secure it 4 itioa. The bill in to be pasi-ed as it etan<ls, without ige and without defence? at the dictation of mora ibooda, who. supported by penny school district con ationa, iron women and children, are prowling about lobbies dicta ting to members how they should vot ? hie MIL Loot. r. Seagkwt moved that ths agents in the city of New k be appointed by the Judges of the District Court. r. Dnoa moved to amnnd so that agents appointed to should hold their oDlee lor five rears. Lost, r. Ooumas sieved te strike out the second section, r. Amuu advocated the amendment as just and XI. r. Colkma.v bafl moved te strike out the second sec of the bdi (as he would to strike out all the other iooa), becaaee he deemed its provision < unnecessary wrong, a ad the whole bill calculated to retard rather l to pi imiute Uie cause of temperance It originated I ;:timatelv ? not witii a committee of tlie Legislature, he eaaatltatioB coatem plated? but with the commit of a eeif-eonstituted society or party outside tlii ise, and la am way responsible to the people. It is a which thus originated ? whose provision* are as of live as they are stringent ? which this i.egislature is ed upon to tsact. No amendments. It is understood, to be allowed to be made to it. It must pa?s as it m front the hands or its eelfconitituted author*, i was a matter of regret, but not, perhaps. of ?ur m. For previeus to their election, and subsequent to ir nomination, members were questioeec, by letters t out from the rooms of this sell-constituted society, regard to flaf course which they would pursue in event of their election? admonishing them, at the ie time, thai their failure or success in the canvass aid depend upon their response to the interrogatory ether they wwre, or were not, in favor of tne Maine lor lawl'aloubtedly many gentlemen pledged t hem res to suppett whatever bill might be presented to m. But haw could they do this in view of their oli itions an legislator" V When they entered upon their tkee here, they took an oath to support the constitu n of the I'astad Htates and that of the Mtata or New rk. This waa a personal obligation, which implied edom to art, untrammelled, upon whatever question ght cone bstarc them But bow can gentlemen do this ?en they have bound themselves in advance to submit the dictation of this self-constituted society, and to to, not a their ewa convictions of duty, but as the pieeentatwae of thoee to whom they stood pledged all say? Members thus pielged might as well ve staid at home and voted by proxy, or have eir votoe caat by automatons. The gentleman from iw York, (Mr. Ijetgh.) aad all other honorable gentle en, must are that such a pledge, tans riven, is Tmpro r la itaetf, teaonsisteat with their duties as the repre atativea of tW people They are sworn, not to do the dding of eay aet of men, however constituted, but to ipport the constitution of the I'nited Htates and that theStoto oTh'aw York. He had no eplthete to apply 1 any geatleasna: but he respectfully insisted that there aa aa ineonafetency here quite unbecoming those whom i had anlected to enact law* for their protection im! Bat Mr C. did net object merely to the position In hieh gtatlewsaa had placed themselves by their pre ma ire aud improper pledges to a self constituted society, nt to the ML also, as quite unnecessary to effect the rform piofs? edly drsireo. The laws already upon our tatato hnnmt ii enforced, would be found sufficient, his waa aofesK? of hi? own. The fact had been recent - 1 in the eity of New York. and. in proof r this, he has?l leave to' read the following letter from he Mayor a# one city of New York Isroi'e Orrica, New Yoaa, Jsa. 14, IsM. > lea. I. B. Csuaas, Astor lioasc:? Diab His ? fa reply tn yonr'a of th? Sd inst., I have Iks ?oner te say tksn my official eace*eawatt bave keen s? press as that I have mmj. had tim? te trad tbs prohibitory Mil. now tefefe the l^gslature, of which y?e ask "piaiou, aad, h> refore, rasse furm s Judsnsat of its |irovi(i?as. In aaswar*?aj?>ther inquiry, sa to my ui.inios of tb?efl ;a*y ef the praam# law, if property execulsd, 1 reply, that if preyerlv aad r?a.otlj osrried out, the esistia^ laws will Jo ssaea to swppress intern persaee. Thl< svit In onr midst appear* te mm U result rather froai the aoe eteentioa of pr' seat laws Ibaa from the eharaeter of ths laws themselves. It Is a papa tar error tn mistake leehle administrative en foree meals 1m defects la the statutes. This mistake has heea prea settee eoatiaaal and aever endias lenilalioa, ope a ail eetoasas. natil the heeks are so fell of laws thst aeaebat tbs asyet astute and (tadiees lawjerscsn tell what . is aad skat is aet law. I regret tbaaM is impossible for me at this time tn go at I leaatb iato ths aaUeet sf th- anppreasioa of latemperaaee. aad the paapee eaude to effeet It. aa roar letter eella f r 1 , s?a say. beeesas. with truth, thst the reform effected by me IS thaftskkaeh drsm driakins has not heen by - ..er. lea, tn til yesterday meUeaasss had been revoked throia?h my orders ? ae streets bawe bees mads?- injpenstty or pnniahmeat la licted? aad yet out of aearl v K.isn lleeeaed. th- nesiher of plaeee opea spaa the Pablietb. for tb* sal* et llnanr. his h~ n redaeed fmss before the oemaeac. meal of my adsalsn tratiee. to lwea?y sit last Sunday Very trnly yoera, PgRNA.HUO WOOD These are the views of the Mayor of the elty of New York. Neaas is more rompetant to express an iatelii- I S nt opin.ew. He givee as uo theory, but actual results. 1 e saeaha ef that which be knows, and be speaks by au- I thorlty aad freaia experience. He, in eomuioo with all Kid aea, had deprecate! the evils of Intemperance, t when pawr was glvea him be did aot eon doe himself to cumplaiate af dhe inadequacy of existing laws, he avail ed bimeelf eg the law* ia force? as a good magistrate ? Loo Id do. km d he fouad the laws suflclent for the urppae. aa aO seou'.d who sbeeid. with equal real, and ? .eel fir maw aa and hoaeety, seea their anfom m?nt | Mr. C. Hpselad that this Mil, as It aaw stood, was not the eg pi'togaf the pe?ple's iwpreeeatatires bat of a aelf coMtttat^i aacietv, who eeefe te coatrol legleiatioa. ? It wae esat heea, aot to be diaeaaeed ani ameade>i. as the jmlg meat af aeaUameu might sagreat . out ta be passed entires m aC ite offensive stringency If gentle ^ m i? view K *.ht oath whuh thee taak on entering ' upon their duties m legislators, can otmply with these ezaetioni, howevsr much h? might regret it, <t was not for him to jud^e tliem. Hia a?nae of duty and proprie ty compelled htm to pursue a different course. He could not support the hill Mr. Ijooa said the remark* of hit colleague (Mr. Cole man) were ao gentlemanly and dignified, and ao charac terietic of the man, that a respectful reply waa demand ed. He admitted that the effort* of the Mayor of the city of New York had resulted in great good. The liquor dealera of that city had very generally complied with hi* request to cloae their ahopa on the Habbath. Rut they seem to have an immediate motive for this compliauc That motive la now apparent. It waa intended to pr?v that the Maine law was not neoeesary to accomplish th reform desired. But it is not enough that these rutn sbops should, for a brief period, be closed on the Sabbath. That was well enough so far as it went, bat it did not go far enough. The end desired by the friend* of temper ance and humanity looked far beyond? to the entire eradication of the traffic on all day*. This, no existing law, however stringently enforced, could accomplish. A prohibitory law was necessary. This in whit is proposed, snd tbis is what, hetruited, we should have. He was willing to concede all tbat Mayor Wood's friends claimed he hao done; but this law wouli do more. Mr. Purr said he would like to have the remarks con tained in the Mayor'a letter reach Ihe heart* of th ' friends of this bill, coming as they did from a man who had done more frr the cause of temperance than asv ten men who have prectded him in oflim*. Mayor Wood ha* csrtalnly proved fearless In hi* action in this matter,' and he hoped that due credit would be given him by the Maine law'men. The Mayor ha* not only closed tavern* ami other places where liquor I< sold, bat hi* doing *o ha* ilamaged the business upon week days to such an extent that taverns are closing up in every part of tbe city. Therefore, should not the Mayor's remarks be ap preciated by the friend* of temperance V He hoped the amendment to strike out the second section would pre vail. There was already, as the Mayor say*, enough law* relating to this mat er upon the statute book. No thing appeared so foolish a* for one Legislature to pas* a law ana tbe next I^glrlature to pass another enforcing the former. He waa opposed to this bill as a whole, and not only trusted that thi* section would be struck out, but that the whole bill would be lost. Mr. O'Krxtf. followed in a burlesque response to the arguments of the fi lends ef the bill, especially directing bis witticisms at the leading member* of the committee who reported it. Mr. McGrijui followed, earnestly protesting against the scope and purpose of the law, and the apirit in which It had originated. Mr Backs made an elaborate argument against the principle and detaila of the bill; reviewing at length and very ably the arguments adduced in its favor, ami the spirit with which the temperance reform was now sought to be promoted ? taking his stand upon tbe great idea of moral suasion, and arguing against whatever assumed the form of coercion in morali. [We shall probably publish this speech hereafter ] Without taking any question, the committee rose, and The House adjourned. Senate. Alba.it, Jau. 27, 1855. PETITIONS. By Mr. Z. Clakk, of citizens of Brooklyn, to prevent the distribution of the school fund for sectarian pur poses. By Mr. Spkxckr, for the same object. Nuncio*. RC. Mr. Brooks, by bill? To extend the charter of the Col lege of Pharmacy in the city of N?w York Also, of a bill to regulate the number of ballot boxes and number of ballots to be used in New York city. Mr. WurrsicY? Of a bill to Incorporate the Americas Political Historical Association. RKBOLUTIONS. Mr OitosDT offered a resolution appointing a commit tee of three Senators to proceed to L'tica and investigate the cause of the resignation of Dr. Benedict as Superin tendent of tbe Mate Lunatic Asylum. On motion, and by consent of' Mr Crosby, the resolu tion was laid on the table for the present Mr. Llt'KlNSON called up the Assembly resolution:* to Congress, in aid of the soldiers of the war cf 1812, and they were agreed to. UKXKRAL ORDERS. In Committee ef the Whole, Mr. Z. Clark in the chair, tbe following bills were considered:? To amend the charter of the Panama Railroad Com pany. The committee reported progress on the bill. To sppoint commissioners to locate the second New York Mate Lunatic Asylum. Third reading. Mt . Ht'TmiSiS had consent tj offer the follow ug reso lu*li>ns, which were adopted ? Whereas, The Governor and Committees on Commerce from the Senate and Assembl* of New Jersey are to )>e in tiie city of New York on fhursday, tbe 1st of Keb rnsry ; Resolved, That the Committee on Commerce of tUs Senate have leave of absence, to meet the aaid Governor and committers, fur the purpose of taking into consider ation th" best method to protect the harbor of New York trom encroach mint a. In Committee of the Whole, Mr Watkinf in the chair, tbe following bills were considered: ? To enable the school of the Five Points House of In dustry to participate in the distribution of the school moneys. Third reading. To eoatde tbe Common Council Of tbe city of New York to take testimony in matters referred for Invest! gation or Inquiry. Third reading; Mr Brooks had consent to report the bill to amend certain nets concerning the arrival of emigrants at the port of New York 7bo Senate adjourned to 11 A. M. on Monday Aaaembljr. AUI/UXT Jan. 27, 1456. Prayer by Re*. Mr. BAim*rr. prrmoxs. Mr. Stxvrxh ? In relation to the tenure of churci pro perty. ?ILL* MtPORTKP. Mr. Corcer? Relative to the aalary of the County Tretnm of Kinga county. Mr. Baker? To reduce the aeveral Ret* in relation '<> tbe Dmtncta Court* in tbe city of New York into one act A 1*0? In relation to tbe J uaticea of tbe Marine and J uaticea Courta, in New York, an<l tlieir clerk*. Alio ? To provide a aeparate ballot for certain judicial officer*. in New York. Mr MTgviom? An additional rule requiring r11 appro priation hill* to be referred to tbe Committee of Wava and Mean*, before beiug acted upon in tbe Houae Mr. H. raid that thin rule waa proponed at tbe auggeation of tbe Comptroller, who had found it very dilfiault to keep track of money bill* parted, bec*u*e no aingle committer bad control ol them. A reglater of auch biila waa n<vea nary, and if thia rule la adopted, auch a regiiter will be kept, laid over. Mr. Bmtc'Ukokd? To explain and amend the New York Paa?enfer act paaaed in 1S47. Mr. Rhouku? ' To amend the charter of the city of Brooklyn. hoticr or himji. Mr. Stvymhajtc? Ho incorporate a Hebrew benevolent aociety of New York. MILUI IXTROI'tVRl) Mr. JmntRsoiif? In relation to Hamilton square in the city of New York. Mr. Blatthvorii ? To regulate the pilot* of the Heil Gate channel. Mr. Lihih ? To incorporate the New York ftate Colo nixation Society. Mr. Sri rvB<aRT? To Rmend aection 114 and aectiono^A of the Code of Procedure. Mr. Bi ocurr? To pievent encroaehmeata and obatrue tioni upon road*. ?0T10** AMD RBVJIUTIO**. Mr. Prmr offered the following reaolution ? Reaolvtd. That in the now dialracted atate of partiee it la tb? duty of thia Ij*gi*lature to caat off the bonda of party leader*, and vote only for auch mea for the office of I'nited State* Henator aa have ah>wn themaelva*. by their acta, apeerbea and votea, that they are true to the intereata of the Btate, to tne Public Scboola and the wbo'e country. l?ld over. Mr. Fim move<l that when tbe Houae adjoarna It will adjonrn until Monday, 12 M. Agreed to. The Houae, in Committee of the Whole. Mr Blatehford in tbe chair, too* up the bill to luppreaa intemperance. 1 he motion pending waa thai of Mr Coleman to atnke out the aecond eectiot. Mr . Wimrrr oppoaed the mtion. Keaaona had been aaked for the paaaafte of the bill. Una reaaon waa that the people demanded it ? they had beea petitioning for aucb a law for many year*. They deaired thai the legislature nhould do something to aave lather*. - or wiveaand daughtera from ruin Very few romonatrencai bad been preaented againat auch a law. Two aucceaaive I<e gialaturea bad been elected to pae* aome law like that pending. Laat year both Houaea petted a law. which waa vetoed. But the people, nothing dlarouragei. have returned another Ij-gUlature in favot of aueh a law, with a Governor to aign it. In May. IMA, when the licenae Seation waa referred to the people, the vote ahowed at they were oppeaod to tbe traffis. The frienda of that law recommended forbearance. Tbey did not dealr* to nae rif id measure. and becauae of that forbearance tbe law waa repealed by tbe l.egiala'ore. Why. he eruld not aay. Tbe people were dlaappointed. There are evl dene* that tue people aak for thia law . Thia liquor hu aineaa la a coatly buainea*. It impoaea an eipenae of nearly eighty niilliona a year on the tat payera But If it be but half that, It ia enormous. Why aftouid thoee (ehleflv the producer*) who have to bear '.bla tat. be cooDpeflad to continue to groan under the burthen' The traffic producea only evil an 1 beggary But for it, there would be but UtUe suffering now Rootigh metier ia waated eve rv .tear to built an enlarged renal from lake ?.rie to the fin laon What ia the eauae o f all the terri ble -uttering now efperieneed hy the poor In your rifle*" Why are our priaoaa and almaUoueee Hlle 1 > [| hai Ita raeae in thia trailc. Suppress it and theee er.lsw.il scon dlaappear and tbe felloe* will be robbed of ita prey, Pew murder* are committed be aober men. Few caaualttea occur which dc net spring ftrn thi* traffic Rvery day prove* thia Why ehoul.t no* a traffic tbu* pernieloaa ? carrying erime an I dealt and differing In it* train? be auppreaaed* Mr W. waa glad. laa*. evening to bear that good lawa eon Id b* carried out eren ia New York. Kroa what waa then aaid. he waa quite aure that, under an efficient oVeer, thia law eon Id be ea force t. Mayor Wool ? a man of hickory nana? would enforce If tbe luppreaawi of the trafle for one day doee ac much good, what m git we not for be perpetual euppreaaien Vew Yen wmU or i become t ne flore of the whole earth ffcea why sot pMi this bill? The existing It* ha* been in force fifty yearn. We have found it inadequate. If enforaed, it could not accomplish the good desired. Bat could it be enforced)' It baa not been. Then, why ahall ve not have some law which could be enforced; and, when en forced, would be effective? 1 .?? t u* try it. It will do no harm, and, if it shall work oppressively, It can be re pealed. Mr. Amcxf corrected the remark that no remon strances had been sent up against thi? bill. Last year there were sent up innumerable remuustrancee. Mr Ww.kiui ? But not to be comparel to the number of petttioneri. Mr. Remonitrancen were treated cavalierly last year, and they would be now. llence It wan not considered worth while to send them here. Mr A. de nied, alio, that thin legislature represented the people, and argued to prove that while intemperance wan a great evil, the violation of pernonal rights, an thin bill proposed to do. alno was ao evil. But this bill will net abolinh the evil of intemperance. If It would, he would sustain it with all his heart No law can abolish the evils of intemperance; anil this law would raise a spirit of rebellion against it, resulting in even greater mis chief than now exUts. Without taking en v question, the committee rone anl die House adjourned. MORE MARINE DISASTERS. Stranding of the Bark Nazaretin on Long i (?land? A Whale ship Asliore? Later from the ship Sullivan. We received intelligence yesterday morning of the stranding of the bark Naxarene, Capt. Pendleton, on Long Island. She sailed from this city oo Thursday lant, with a cargo of staves, for Matanzaa, and went ashore at 3 o'clock on Friday morning, about Ova miles to the eastward of the bark Flight, opposite Merrick. All hands safe. On Friday evening, whin our Informant left her, she lay with bows to the shore At half tile oae might walk to her dry footed. The chance of getting her off is repre sented as doubtful. The Nazartne is an A2 vessel, of 245 tons, built at Boston, in 1852, where she is owned, and valued at about #9,000. The following letter from Fire Ireland is the latest re ceived from the ship Sullivan, ashore there: ? Wrkckkii Ship Sulutax. ) Kirk Uland, Jan. 24, 18J5 > Sir? The ship lies broadside to the beach, high and dry. They have discharged some 200 balos of cotton, 1 and a lot of empty beer barrels. On account of the heavy j northeast storm to day, tney were obliged to laave the wreck ? the sea breaking all over her. The cargo will have to bo carted some two miles across the beach to the { inlet and put on board of small vessels and ahipped to New Yoik. If the weather should moderate, I think, | from the look of things, they would get the cargo all eut this week, as Capt. Kllis, the underwriters' agent, in a smart energetic man, and 1? driving tliingn pretty lively. The ship is in a very bad condition: she is badly hogge 1, and every butt is started, and she would go to piece* be fore they could heave her over the outer liar. It was reported in the city yesterday that the whale ship '-Black Warrior," of New Bedford, was ashore near Shelter Island, opposite Ssr Harbor, having, as supposed, parted her cables In the gale of the night of the 24th Hhe was high up on the beach, having gone on at full , high tide There is some mistake in the identity of this vessel The only whaleman of that name belongs to i New London, and was at Honolulu oo the 15th ot Novem her last. It cannot, therefore, be her. WRECKS AT THK B ARTWAKD. Bomtojc, Jan 27, 1855. ( The ship Golden Cross, from Kennebunk for New Orleans, aud a new ship from Damariscotta for Nsw Tork, put into Gloucester yesterday during the gale The ship Richmond reported ashore yesterday oo Long Island. Boston harbor, remains tight. She will have to j lighten to get off The brig Bloomer has bilged. The passengers and crew in both the above eases were all saved. [From the Boston Advertiser, Jsn. 27 ] steamer R. B. Forbes, Captain Morris, Lovelrs Inland, | came up at 10 P. II. Reports the g?le very severe iu the bay up to about 8^1*. M. Ilru<ht up thrae pasneu- I aers from brig Bloomer, from llalilax anhore on Ham's j Head The brig lias bilged, lies head off shore masts j standing, but the cargo may be saved Capt tin Thor burn etates that at 10, if A. M. It commenced Knowing. Me javged Thatcher's Island to b.-sr W. by 8 Ran into the bav. and at 4% made the Grave* bearing N. W. . steereo W. by 8., made breakers ahead; hauled N . an 1 letgo both anchors, when the best b?>wer parted and the brig struek on Ram's Head bar. Got out the boats and landed tbe crew and pa-vngeri safety, who wire al comfortably accommodated in a house' <n the i-Und After taking the panenger* of the Bloomer. Captain Mor ' rls proewted up the west way to assist the ship Rich j moad. which had part?d both chains at dark, and was supposed to hate trade natl tor the rtty. Captain M. found her ashore n tbe it K. aide of bmg Maod spoke her. an : Captain Uookin stated tbat the -hip was tight, and reoueeted to have anchors and chsinn brought down. Tlie ship is on soft bottom. Captain Morris st.irted about midnight with the requisite aid. Tb? outer marine station reports that brig HtooaMr, from Halifax, bound in. struck en Ram's Head In Broad hound, ye*t*rda? afterm on swun< round With her hea l N. E , and would undoubtedly go to pieces. A boat with live persona, in leaving the B , got axhoreon Kam'e Hse<i bar, and Blled, but brr crew all swam ashore. Another boat started subset nenilf wit!i tho.e remaining oo board, and landed safely at 6 P. M Tb'-re is a dwelling house on Loveil s Inland, wlie'e th>-y landed and tbe crew will undoubte ly be well cared for. ItfTlrw of (he Carnival. The prediction' of the clerk of the w?tll?r bave i+fD retlixed and tbe Intermiaaion in which took place tli* carnival ha? only aerved to increaee th* xaet with wh ch It I* celebrated by our people The aleigba buf on" ncr' *-?ertel their aupremacy. aid nearly all kinds of veliclct with wheal* have deaarted th* ?treat'. Broadway ha* raeov*r*d fron- the effect* of Friday* thaw, and although the ?now ia aomewhat ua*d up by the froat. and the pavement ha* made Ita ap pearanca in aeveral placet already, the aleighing atill continue' excellent. From preaent appearancea. If wa uug iit af ?in renture to prophecy, we predict a continu - ance of the carnival for two or three daya longer. Tl?* air ia clear and fro?ty, the keen bitter wind which fol 1' wed the tbaw haa died away, and the ?tara thine out in all their brilliancy from an unclouded aky. Thoae wbe could took advantage of tbe aplendid opportunity which laat night afforded them for eleigktng. and It ia to be feared that aome allowed thair lor* for it to eitead the amueeaoent beyond tbe hour which divide* Saturday from tbe Habbath. They are evidently le tcrmined to make the moat of their time, and if they are sot quite ao acrnpnloua aa their more raligiout brethren it ia to lie hoped th> y will not be eriUeited too **v*r*ly by tbem. let every one enjoy the carnival while they can. and let them elan observe the Hnnday, for while we encourage healthful exrlteitect and pleaaure. we muit frowsdown anything that look* like a violation of tbe Sabbath. Meantime, w* bop* th* carnival will con tinue aa loon aa our people can And any enjoyment. The (iaalillag Heaica of haw lark. The public will be gratia*-) to bear that thla great city only cnlaina three gambling hima*. within Ita length and breadth, aucb, at leant, ia the happy coneluaion at which we have have arrived, for the late Grand ln<|ue>' of the city and county of New York, after parading their teal and expreaeing their determination to uae freely every mean* In their power for tbe tuppreaaion of vice and immorality, hare tieen able to indict only three gambling bouaee in lha eity. On* of thee* indictment' la againat I'at Hearn. a gentleman too well known lo the community to require any minute dea?ript|r>n of bit per eon or b!a domicile Another indictment la aga|n>t ??* Hail, of th* fourteenth ward, whoae Brat name tbe jury were unable to diacorer, and tha tiilrd indictment it aga.mt aoae pertoo ar peraona unknown, whoee name* for tbe purpoe* of jattice require to be kept eerret at preaent Pat Hearn and Hall both gave bail on Friday to %pp??r at the next terra of General Seaaiont, wlian they will be tried on th* charge preferred efalnat tlem ? that of keeping gambling houeee. Many curiona de velrpementa will In all probability be made In the coutae of thair trial. Htill wa are glad that tb*r? wer- enly three autpectad delinquent! upon whom th* Grand Jury en ild make a deaceot, for we .tare not tappoae that after the pr*?*ot t ent recently made by that illaatrloa* body,

ating> gambling boaae could eeeap* it* aaareklng acra t oy Tbe public of New York have re* eon to coaffratn lata taelf on tbe ttate of the public morala Let It do ao accordlafly. Rival Intelligence. t'oitad Ctate* frigate Ometltuttoa. rVwaminler J /hn Rodd, the flag ahlp of Cote taaac Mavo ??? at Ma >ira itttb nit., ail weU She eipecUd to tail for Porto P.-aye via tbe Canary lalanda oa the Hh of January, to be re. Uevad by th* Jaaae'towe. United "tatea itean frigate Haa Jacinto Capt Th'.ma. Crabb. wtet lato tba Roaditaad at faacbai, oa tbe Mtb att., from Gibraltar, bat arveeded to tea without eo? ?if to aoefcor, to pre ?eot being qmaraV.ined AFFAIRS IN WASHINGTON. PASS '.GE OF TOE FRENCH SPOLIATION BILL, i Ac., Ac., Ac. THIKTV-T CIIRD (ONOREH. BA.CO.ND HMtttMOM. House of KtpiwnUtlTM. Wakhisutok. Jau. 'JT, 1156. Mr Goonvn.v, (whig) of S Y.. introduced ? bill pro riding for the W rting of a ?t?ui dredgeboat iD the har bor of Oswego. Referred to tho Committee on Com merce. run T??*rr or 1T95 hktwkkn hpaj.n and rut uxitkii STATU). Mr. Kkrr. (whig) of N. C., offered a resolution calling ui>on the President to inform the Houhk. if not incom patible with the public intercut*, whether, Id any cor respondence with the Minister of the I'nitei! State* at Madrid and the Spanish government. or otU*rwi?e, it is insisted by the latter that the treaty of 17Mij between i Spain and the I' sited State* is not applicable to the Spani*h colonies, sud that we are not entitled to the be. netlt of the provision* of said treaty Mr. Baylt, (den. ofVa.) moved that it be referred to the Committee ou Foreign Affairs. Mr. KkRRsaid Us offered the resolution by re<|ue*t of a distinguished statesman who formerly repre?entej our country abroad. The Spac'sh government denie* that courts of Justice are open to our citizens for the collec tion of their debts, which the treaty referred to under took to guarantee. It i* a subject of vast importance. Hie House refused to refer, and panned the resolution. TBI tUXOH aPOtJATlOM MM. Was then taken up in r?miaittea of the Whole. Mr. Raylt, (dem) of Vs., said he should move to strike out the enacting clause, lie wanted to bring the House to a fair and conHiderate rote not to take snap judgmen .t for every gentleman wat as well acquainted ? i th the bill now an they ever will be. Mr. Orr, (dem ) of e). C., was ?urpri*ed at the motion The opponents of the hill ought to have time to offer amendment*. The aentlemm from Virginia seeui* re ?oived that the details shall not be examined. Mr. Rayi.y said he would aot now press the motion. Mr Orr offered an amendment, which was rejected, Srovi ling tbat no transfer or assignment made after anuary 27, IXSi, shall be recugnised by the Hoard uf Commissioners. Mr Uarry, (dem.) of Mis., made a motion to *trike { out the appropriation which lie subsequently withdrew. He *aid they wbo advocate the bill contend there is au obligation on the part of the government ti pay the<iebl. No man denied tbe claim is larger than five millions; theu why, with an overflowing treasury, scale down the | claims7 Would not this be scandalous, while admitting tlie justice of them!1 Mi Kkrk said it was a remarkable circumstance that i thut those gentlemen wbo deny anything is due, object i to the bill because it appiopriates lei* than we ought to pay If those for whom the bill Is intended art content , with live millions, aurely it* opponents ought not to oh- , ject. Mr. Wahmim'RR, (whig) of Mc , rematked, tin-claimants had said in effect. give us this amount and we will re- 1 lease you from fin ther obligation In In* opinion they would be stopped by the bill from the further prosecu- . tioe of their claims. Mr. Joxa*, (dem ) of La. ? Ha* any evidence been ; furnished that tliev will be *ati*lle<l with this sum * Mr. Waxiihcrn ? That I* tbe general understanding , Mr. Hiiihakii, (dsin.J of N H. wa* opposed to the bill. If an appropriation was made, it mould be to pay : all that I* honestly due; but he regarded It a* an enter- ' ing wedge of thirty or Arty millions more Mr. Harrin. idem ) of Mi** . said only inch an amount should be paid as our government would have , been able tocbtain by th? continuance of the got la tum This appropriation is too short for the lobbies and too long lor tlie House, like Fanny Hauler* dress, which was too ?hort lor the galleries and too long for the pit. (laughter.) Mr. I.YOR, (independent) of N V , condemned the miserable picayune attempt which hail been made to prim do w ti the bill from Bve to one milium of dollars Mr M sRRax. (dm i of Ark . was in favor of the lull. He thought too much litue had been wasteil. and was in i favor of going iuto the iliMise aod taking a direct vote and moved to strike out the enactiug clause, with til ? . ?lew ot accomplishing this object On the question lieing elated Mr I.KTOHKR (dem.) of j Va rose sn I moved the Civil and Diplomatic Appropria tion bill b- taken up T1 e Chairman. (Mr Heymour.) decided the motion on of order. and was anataiaed on an appeal from his decs lion by tbe committee Mr MswaRH, (dem ) of Oa ? I move the committee rise. Mr Ct lllSO, (dem.) of S Y ? And report the 1>4II Mr. ftoRKSi a. (dem.) of Pa ? With the recoainenla tion that It pas* Much ssnioi on ? ml disorder wa* new manifested In j tbe proceeding*. Mr Warr** *aid seeing tbat gentlemen are eenous In their effort* to am<-atf tlie bUI. 1 withdraw my motion to ?Inks oat the enacting clause Mr Walsh, (dem ) yf V V . said it wa* evident a ina jority of tbe House are in favor <>t itv> bill. Tliiy might as weil meet the question now a* at any other time further delay wtuld be captious opposition He regard rd t il* as toe most Infamous and atrocious meaaure ever brought before a legislative 1**1) Mr FUitnri appealed Ui the friends of the hill to j ?rmie up with a steady and deteru ined purpi.se. artd pas* j it, recognuing the right of the in^jut'ty to rule Mr orr did not know whstlter the gentleman would > fin ! It an easy matter to crush out opposition. Mr FlorkaVk? | meant fairly and honestly. (IjsugU- , ter. i Mr. Own? No otijp;tl<*? to that at all (Laughter.) Mr Ijfn UkM olnrad an amend im nt. to eirlud* in RuiMira office* or aaeigMta from indemnity. lt#j*cVe<i by 48 agaioet 79. Other aiu?n?iuHinta wer# offered, <ii*cu*e#?<l anil voted | ilown, wl.ru tbe ciumiiUe rout au S a Ull aituil*r to ; that of tbe frnate'a ?m reported, and. under th?* opera too of the pre?lnu? (jueation, pa*aed b y yeae 110, naya Tft, a? folloti ? Y?A*?M?a>rs AherrromM*. Aiken. Allen (111 ), A|?| -h-lffi, Ua)ljr (Va.), Hull, Batik*, H* leber Bell, li* nn?*tt. B< mud, nllee. IlrxJpt, Brooke, c;au? t'arprnter, ? * r ill ?r? Chandler, hem her lam , CUaftnan, Con. r >r*ln. lr"fk*r, (jilloa. Cottle*. I>arl* R. I), Ix- Witt, Wfk, Pk kiliuD, lH?aey, Ktlnxeia, Elliot < Ma<a.j. E*?-rtiart Per let. Kenton Ha*k*f, I'lereaoe. franklin. Puller <tetu Id*, (iid<iin?e. I#1 odrfceti, Goodtln, lie ? tin ?* lUrrn, lltil It we, llni t Iiitr* r*oll. r I'a.), K?itt K? rr. Kittr*dce, Kn ??, l.arham. I.yon M?? ull< eb Mar l>' neld M- IVu/al Hare. Ma >. Matteeon. Maorke, Maiwell tt*a i, Ma>. Meafhaiti. Middle** rtb. M r/an Norton Packer . Parker, reck. Peek ham. Panning!' n Phillip*, Pratt flre*tot> |*ur) war K--? 1> I: Kill- K-M.in*, K' ?? r? Knna*ll Set. in ,Hr v i?f ?? r Htower. fUamoaa, .Vant>n (Tena.), fUenton (Ky.), *teeena. i 'Mi' h , Mr?"b, Ujlur Teller. Thur.t .,n. Trout, j rphem, Van?aat Wale. Walbridr**, Walker, W*?b' urn- i fill . Wa?hl nrn < Me> Wells. Weatworth ( III >, Went wort h ! ' Ui't ), Wcitbmtk, H leeeler, Yete?, ?oIllk"ITrr N AN *?M? ??r? Jet C Allen of Illinois Ilarl?> of fieoryia. Ilarkial*. Hurry, lieat n. Burr. Caekie, fhaatain. llmt man, ( **>, < olqnttl, Cea ? ml**, l?fi? of Ir-hani l?%* e??n Bonier, Ouabain, Eaetman, fcdl> Elliott of Kentucky j Klhaoa. frnidub, Etberidge I'aeikner Oooda. Greenwoed, Hamilton, Harlan tf Ohio, llarlan of Indiana llarrU of Ala lame, Harria of lfi-? aaal|*f'l llandrieke. Ifenn. Hi ?? hard llill ( jer. ll 'Uttoa, J< i n#on, Jonea of New Vork. Jonea of Tan ncaaer Mteof L< uiaiaiia Ktdwell. K >? rti l amb. I. eit her. Lew la. I Illy I iadaley. Mr Mnllen, M Oo?*n , Mill* r of I n4 1 ana Hlllron. M'?rrta*?a, Murrey IWIrheia. N'obl* '?rr Perilat ! ef l.ouiviaaa, Powell of Vir^loia. Ritchay of Ohio, Rnflfca Sapp. s^ward, Hbannoa, Sbaw, Slt|let'iR, Hk? Uoa, ^aattk *?f T?*rii?a?f*e, fmlth of A la I. atria Mmith of Teat*. Muar' of Oht" Stuart of M? h<aan Tar lor of N*w York, M'alet. War r^n Wriffht of MiaaUUapi, Mrriabt of P?naa> I rani a The iueatiOD ?rae uati atatrd oo acrveiitir to the title I or tt.? bin Mr WiL?n moTtd to mitciid it* tit 1* Tin- f i ?.kk bf 1 ? ?ly ri.mm?i?<?<l r??!inf th? bill I ?mill Uu(bt*r, *h*n Mr Baylt row to ? '{uviIiod of or?l?f. Mr. I.in in l#t it b? r??.t tkmufh Murb -onfquon now ?r.?ii?<i. anid mioglO'l eriM of " I ol'j?ct," " I tbjwt," "r??4,'' "rood, kr ihr ftiof-ii-liuarit ??? Ibcn r??'i, fto-i ?? M foiinwa ? "to Ml to ?ecumpliah tb? follow n|f objorta ? Unit To rnftble modry uoaerupuloui ond rraapiof i-ompkoi?i of aprroUtdM aod brohvra U> 'till furtl.rr tffrao'liro io tbo ucrcliftoad; umnH of tb* ?ldo?, *od "r|h?n?, by fr-rittg upon tho?# by who** ood ncrvMitlw* th*y h??? ?lrw?lT fottuoo* .-**ondlj To rwplcniah tli?pum*?ao-l hrifhf'n ?b? meretBOry b?p??of tb? afifriltpgla. habgnra It of W ??hinirtoo,who *r? (*-r></nalljf in'*r*at*d 1 iu p?*? ?d 1 *l?o Ut omboMao tbiiM ?od eo.i*rt*n'tou< ?ortbUa to r?M?ad ood .uer*o>o.l rlTorta to dopiait* tb* notioool tr**?urT *tl?< tuall/ oa to brroo It prwi'id* th* f* ??ih(Utj of it* fund* ??ar ?J? II /wvhtoc ' o* 1Mb ahor* low w?t*r mark (fi'?aai*? l?<i|ht*r ) IT.* ???? and Iff a w*r* then d?a?od*-I oo ?(rrw*'m to Mr Wal'b'a am?n<lm?Bt rh* h i-n * ?* In ariawwr tn ? 'jnaation from Mr Wa?h ! barn (of M>mi <lo?i4?l Ibat lb* *m*odmnt >u la ordar. Mr WilIB- 1 iso*? to lajr tb? iMvlMt <>m 'it tabl* A V'.ifT ? Tb?' w.uld k n tb* bill Mr Waann? Th*n I'U oot taaka th# aoUoo. 'lAu(b Ur ) Mr fiwiirM- 1 tblak oo ioault la Ml*r*d to tb* Ho'ja* t.jr thia awodnMt lb# f > u>?- Tli* Oiair '.oo* Mot Mb* to aaoom* tb* pr?r<-rati*0 of dotrraiioloc *Mh air* '|i>Mi|noa Mr t uiticm a--Tb? ia*<iiaf* <A tb* aaa*>t1r^*at a hMod'oRy uatrao, 'od*r'.ro?a to lanfnajra and i* a r* tWUoo on wbat haa ba*a Moortaia* 1 to b* tb* otim .it of tb* ma^< r t; i f tb* M*aata aa I th? Houa* aid l/?iOf an nngtit a?t lo b* adBittvd la a l*fUlotla* body T i. * ta mr point of otdor. Tb* frraKM- Tb* r^>t|Mnon froaa ?!*? Tor* tWr Mai'b* tb ok* ?*rp dtflor*otiT M- W t !>?? I hop* do frmd <4 '.ho hall will tb;* ? to a*'' ii f forth ita Iru* nb/oct Mr '?*?? k* (*nttoa>*n waat In eortl o?*r tbo H I I mi r? tbot tb* a?u** M)o?ra Naptiiat. irm at 'o lb* r?:?tlnu*-*. "nf i.ou th* fltiin ? t.* ahmald b* fowpolM to rail th* fW|*ant at Aro; to tak* rare of *?-n,. ftttlaaaa, a* kia pooar to an' r a ? ,(. .*t lai *i haaalad Mr OU nw.?*d aa adjoaroaaoot aoti' Taaadaf ?*?! XaatttM H* f*arti?i oe" ruiml oo tb* a : .pt . r, of Ur WaUh't aaoadaoot Mr Bati r? > ??* the gentleman to withdraw it. II* hn bad hi* fun* Mr Waij*h roae %'? eipleia Mr. Eoukktux ? I o.'jtct tothe gentleman a withdrew i?a or explaining. Mr Walsh'* amendment win then rejected, ml hi* Tolf tw'Dg the only on** in it* fifor nccMii>iwi Much laughter. The House then adjourned. The SnpiHMrd Cuban KifliHtMn. IXAMINATIOM OK Till >TKAUKK M A.-!?.*CIH -tWTS ? AKMS FOUND? I.KTTKK KHOM TUK V AIT A IN. Od Wedoe*i*y last, a* thf steamer Massachusetts *?? ?bout to leave tin* port, bound, a* her clearing paper* *Ute<l, for New Orleans via Mobile, aha via boarded ??r the I nited State* Iteputy Marahali Me*sr*. De Angeloa and HorUn, and prevented from nailing, charged with being engage,: in a filibustering eipedition, and that aha bad on board two thuuaaiul Hint lock muaket*, besides a large ijuantity of amall arm*. cartridge*, and other inu nitiom of war. The vesael waa taken to the slip between pier* 11 and 12, and tbeie detained until an examination could be had ? twelve men being detailed to take charge or her In the meantime. Yesterday at noon, Deputy Hurveyor taaiah Kyudera, together with the t'nlted State* |)eputy Marshal* l>e An geloa, Morton and Cook, proseeded on board to for roally eiaiuine the veenel. Her bolda, fore and aft, were uearrhed, aa* were alio the ladle* cablas, upper and lower; but though the examination wa* a* complete aa peasible without diachargitig the cargo, no thing wa* found to in the slightest manner justify tbn reports that tia?* turn published in reference to the eeanel. After overhauling the *t earner from item to atern, aeveral boxes w?re discovered In the ladies' alter cabin, which were opened with the help of therm plojeea of the boat. They were foun l to cou(ali) pack dray and saddle barneaa. tnarliatfaina, atirrupa geating and other paraphernal'a of n almilar character. .Single saddles and hoUtera for piatols were alao found, but no trace ut the munition* of war the officer* were m ???ercb of, that would in any way warrant the rumor* allow' ira plicatlng the ateamer in an unlawful expedition The officer*, after being aboard two hour->, discontinue I their search until the cargo wa* further diar.haiged, when it la to be presumed the matter will be again Investigated. The Massachusetts ha.i on board water and (irovisiooa for twelve day*. sufficient to last her until ahe reached New Ortean*. a* proponed. There ia al-o a number of caak* aboard to be uaed aa ballast, by titling with x?lt water, at the aupply of cita! leaaened The Massachusetts wten flrtt built, wa* u-ml a* a Sound steamer; alter which *he an tak-rj to run be twccu thta rlty and Philadelphia Mr. James W Ooodrifh, the master of *he vesael, called at the IIkhami office yesterday, and denied n lb? moat emphatic manner, the partic pation of himself or hia vessel in any unlawful expedition lie state- that he wa* about taking the steamer, which he lia* recently bought, to New Orleans, where she was to be o*<<lit> the cattle trade between that port and Texas, a businens for which she I* peculiarly fitteil being a large aul roomy vei**l, with plenty of space for that purpose, The following la h'* letter on the subject ? TO Till EDITOR OK TIIK IIKKAI.D. Sir? A pu Miration appeared in several paper* venter day to the effect that my vessel had been Mited by the l uitei] Stales Marshal, and that *he bad on Id ard arms and ainmiinition, and was going to the isiaud of Cuba My iteamrr, the Ma?sachui.elts. wa- *ei,e.| it i* true upon the representation of tlie .-'juiniuli consul but that abe had any wtapon* or uiuiiiunition abonrd or 'ntended to aait for any other port than tfeu Orleans, is entuely fahe. I have em ployed cm ii set and olf?re'. at once to have my ve**el thoroughly seaiched After tnuob delay, audit heavy expense wt.loh I caanot well atTord, au eiaviination to-day by tli ? 1>? puly Hurveyor has shown Ihe ulter fal-ehood of thelibela upon ber la there no way In whteh an American master can be protected from ?uch outrage* ,||.?I| the I*rt of uur govel nm-nt <>llK'*ra at the Uctallou of the agent bf a (oreig? goveriiineat* Or i* It no longs r ;<"? -ibW f? r m outward oound vessel to pro< eed uuon het iaofut fmage until ah- obtain* the consent of the hpar.Uh ei.n*u'i They treat ou* v.* n a ' Is had enough at a>ii and in th< lr own |^>rt* bu'. It >eem* to lie asking too much for tbein to annoy and Injure us at oar own wbarve* Hie charge* against my ship are uM'rue trunk begin nlnr to * n<l, an) I will have recrea* if the la** ol our land will alTor t it Will ?o*i insert tni* n your valuahJe liaper. to rorre t the gariilrd story which 'ias a| [? >ie.I heieiufo.*, and ot.ige, your oImI: ervant, JAMI8W l oooacH Mister ol steamer M.issacuu ? tts New Yur* 27th Inn l*f>6. The Major'* Book of f'onaplatrita Tlia complaint* oa tba M.ror* ? ok w?ra not ?o guw rou* ya*tarday a* iiui. aixi n.a *.,|ir? raturna notira a faw e??? of M|lrft on th* part of th* (?? rompam** to llirt-t tb<* lamp* If tli* Marar tunllgiu* o iba /<??! for rctrroi whlrb ha ba? <llapl*y*<1 afnc* ha *nlara?l upon tin datln of Ml oAo1, lir till nod bar* v*rj Uttl# to do, aed ill* coin; ,alir book Wfll bec.nj* nt t? ? u?*l*aa 1 he complaint* alr*a<lj ar? hamming ui/ni b* ilafraaa iw baautifulla !??*. Th* f<..'o?ia* w*ia ra?<!? y*-tar day ? That a m-mbrr of *.iia r?**rr*d c r|a of p /'. ? ?tub- a coat worth That a 'ar** planf 1*1 -l<? au l *t n* l? allow*.) to lia tn front of No 80 Twanty-Br?t atraat, ? *.! that It haa ha?>n tb?r* a*?*ral weak* That A Journey \ ?>> , 41 .?n- li Warran atr*a?l oh atrurta th* *1* w of ?al'l atiaat with a Uit? flat awl that it i? a public duimimi That lb* awl**alk tn<i ifuttar In fi'Mit of buUHae* !U, 217 as>! !UV EilttMa .11**1 la u?a*tantiy ?!!?* a >iw* atorm. flilaii with le* au.l ? .'?? wbicb 1* aal<lotn e>ar?l i?ar Tbat *a?*ral cart* ar* parraittail to ramain i fr'?ot of 17f" 177 ?ml I7W \4a<li?on *?r**l, aial that th*y ir- an obal ruction lath* |.a ?<?*** Thai * h*r* la a il*?ir*ra?i? boia, ti raa or four fa*t Wji, ll) Uitanaieli >lr?t np|a?ll> ?>!' Tbat Lam K I'iata keap lhatr aho* atora inCatharlria ?tnat naar ll*nry arnl Mr I a rral, >? th* ?an." *i? n..t . , hf'^i. bia I. at tt*n i |/*a on Hand** Tbat Waa Col({i.t* fc < o , No* A ***. t Ihitrh *tr*at, ob?tru?-t th* atr?-at wKh th*lr nap cart* T>i?t tba Harlaa Ha I fail ' ompanf , in rl?%nr?K il? r track f'na tb? ?now throw th? ?now upon ?!*? aicawalk in larga ! **|? TMIT or 4 fOKTTVl Tltl I. Bit . Af'ct tb* Ma;or laft tl>* affic* y>*t*?lay a-'tarnooa, ? m Ml* **??! woman of r**p*?-tabla app*aran<-a pra**nt*<l hrrrolf to on* of thr dark* an I aipranwl * 'taalr* to aiw bim. Kb* ??!'! aba had rotoa a >nDK <lU<anr? for tUa at praaa pirp?'aaof havlr,( an ItatarTkair with hi aa in rafar-t to <rm? prl?*t? matter which wa ?f t'.a (raataat linpnr tanra to b?T Iba clark inform# i b?-f that I ha Mayor ha<l (cnc bow* whan alt* at one* tobl Utn fl?? ohjact of bar vi alt. ^"h? t.i?<|a ? bara ?ub*lat*0'** *h* *ai<l, fo* haraalf anil 'hlil "by raa r.< tba 'up for la 'l? ' and %. ?ba undarato 4 that it w*a tha In'aaUoai of Mr Wuaxt to ' pu* a ?ti p to tha hualnaaa," ahi^caral* w.*!.a<l to atata bar rlrruui tanrfa an<l to ot ta i frooi bim a parol t to contiria h?? paruliar avio-allon witboat interruption Aa tha Clark, bowaaar CO J 14 not ?ntw?r ail liar >W||I ria?, ah wf'., aftar prxurinj tba *' Mraa* f 'lia Mayor <!at?rniloac! to r*ll up- a Inr. to "lay, a*. , a ra*?lano? in.: maka I*r patltion is per . on. (My ll.tell?(terw e. MltSU AXP ALAHMH. T:.ar? waa aa alarM of fiia ia tba Havantb AMtrle* ? boat tti raa o ejack oc fat^r.ia* mort rg "?'i from a plaak n tba flr?t It'^r of tba lat man jf*irt?iry of I Ifbtbo y A O 'or?*r ?,f Ifuaoa an<5 H a atraaU, tak 1 ar bra fr< a. tba fuiaa'a In tba baaamaal Thar* waa aa I'tr.mgf ? f Importaora t a* tb* wi>rk o ' ha fa r t?rr proca*4iof a< uaual A Ira ougrrxl iaat ataimii ilixil alfbt < 'iaat at tha atr?w >u-t uiattr**a ?t? >r of <>*orf? l'a tar*o? k (u , No Aibat Proadway, Tta ?tr* apr^a<1 with rr**t ra plil ty am"il( It a atr> w an' o" ar 'r flaicna' 1* laattar la ? ha al#ra. hat r.alnf to th* ??* anarjyof tb* flraoiae it ?a* ??<n att n?*lat>*<! Tb* p tuifm'n awl taifbbor* Cratat* . atlaa of Aam or !l? *? *>at < f tha atot* ia tbalr arm* an: thrvw th*?n ? tba Hr*at. Waea It not for th* prompt <*aa with wt jah tk'a ?aa toaa. tn* r* ia*? yian*<K t?Mft*a? tbat tba aktla kl^t ! wiivld *?- .. '* a?a ba* (i It flan **. a* tba u.a*ariala fa th' a*ifbborbo?1 area of . a>o?I I?*l?raaj,a! l* natora TTia <tan.*r* r?a tilCur M?*'??Tiw l4?aa?T ? A W't-iro oa f'litiaa aa'. f'ltrW/'KU wlil ba 4all?ara<l <o M'-r.-*a? avaala*. a' tba kartur* I 'm ' f Oi-. t/ n Malt Aator pla** by i If Walawrmbt , *oo of tha lata Hla.-.op W alt w rift, ' Tba i?b,*'t ia ana wbxb a at'rartiaf a c??'l '*?? of at trt M *at aaw, oa ar?'>.at of ika i|iia*i?fi'a of a aaw aa1 (- a*rfa> p> lltaral par*f la tia* fiabl arx n of vital Irrp' r'avaa ta '.ba jo .of iaat> af lb. a aa^. all otkar la*r* altlaa. ( n1l*<t Rlali* IH*lfl?t flarakial'a IMba, a*?k?t<" a < Arrtia or a imni. < nami? with atr?o cvQAon ra th* ilat* rattx. J<? 27 -4a riiatti alia* Kraft >u <tarj*?f aatbaafRIa vtt of Ha;av a4 Kr.owlaa, w tt? t.*r,r.f kaan ? *nfa r*-l 1a tba *la?* "?a4a ia Ika Mwfaaa acba< aar A4vaaa?, la Napt ]*<3 Tba ?oa?p>* at atata* that tba a*w*aa>l ><|*ipp*f tba aa imaaav ia Maw Yof* far mrr/ iaf oa Uka tra** ? 4 al*<*a aa taa auaat af Afrva Tb* ar koaaa* it iffan wa? > *|4ura4 >? 'taa aawaA af Afiwa la Navaakar, I Ml, aa4 *' ra>aU< a a* ?< ra***v> I tr.ai lb* 'apt* a w*. ia 'tla rtty awaraatvaalaauataa^ ba aa* a'raa?a4 ay |?*pwt; Mat-aal MurV a a*4 tahan bafara M> Crmm* ? ' Bar Wert ??, wbt 'ia?W Ma far maiatUn ! ADDITIONAL FROM EUROPE. - - - n , Fact* autl Speculation* Abwi the War. Vifwa of thf English and Freacb Journal*. OFMIOM OF LKAIHNJ IHILITVKY MKJf. Tk? Projected Mediation of the United States. Our loudon. Fnrii aad Berlin r<jrrf*|>ond<'aef. Ac., A>* , A a Owe L.m>4m Orreepwfirnee. Londow, Ju. 9, 186ft. Eftel ?/ tk* Fiitngn Enliifmtnt B<tt <m :ht Sinful, ty of thr A'ng/tafc Ministry- Pa ml It I Pjsiitinu ?/" Oil l.tmd-n Timn and Ntu< York HtraM w* Rtfrrtnet to Ihiir Injlutni r on Public Opinm* I V"t" ' oj I. i t I Uaghin f m hu Pt ttttU AiU* hi'f Command ? Mutrabit fnffirttncyof thr A'mi !\>K War /hpmrtmml -- PrortmaU Brtak wp mf thi Cabinet- Lmd Ptilmrt ilom' ? 'iietw Tkt Hi vat ttimpaik* f?r THt i ??/ England at iM> Ar lily it, $*. In my laat letter which I had the houor of to warding to the Mr.ii4i.it, S particularly lrcw altaa tJon to the mitiiaterUl pr.>po*i tlon tor a P.tretgn Kb llntmett bll!, aid the heavy biow arid diecournge men! the carrying of euch a measure would be te the nation at large, no lea* than to the liability ?f the government. Although at the time | wrote I had not had an iifpurtuclty of pe tuning the debate*, and knrw only the diviaien, 1 waa <iuit?? certata fra? the tloatlBR opinion* which were cunent in all tfca clubi, that I Jlil net aaeoiue too much la adviaiaf you of it* aimoNt i erfaln 'flfect, ' f?m the hour that ttau i J ndviaed mea?ure be etuiealaw, th?reha? k*en notwug but gloom m4 shadow and diaheaitening fore&oding throughout tin country. The minlatry bare done ttietr beet te atrikc the national entbiieiaem ai the rebooad, aad our leading ionn.nl, the 7'invt, ha* aot been eloir t* perceive accordingly that It totterol to lu fan. The Kallatment bill Haelf, i ventured to predict, the misiatry would ecrupie to act opon is the face of a I'ar'.iauMntary minority of two hundred. tad tncm are already nym|>toro? of the fart. The en uae ia, that the uron* language of the prna* Ml ot leading public men, !? reaentel by the countrlen from whioa anppliea were expected, atd that ga^ant a*?, whf ie aworda were ready to lea; irorn their a: ah bardi, have little tDCijra^nwnt to to hattie'ora people who heap upon thern all aorU of reviling ud luch epithet* ae hired cuthrsala, lailitary jail Mr da mercenary acam, et cetera, bat itte truth n p-oba bly to be fcund in the incontrovertible 'act of -Jm coui try being lead agalnat the mete ire NothiLg can be more ataiud thaj the ttrato wi ich. uniertheae itreniiui'.anoea, hta h*en thiVt agalimt the a* If it wnr?- ? n?rr? party >>w tai , ai d it u certainly no high proof of tht :!t?? ooamon a ew pieviklant among mt'i w!i?a, ia Ue 'ace of caperirnoe, in the fare ->l tan* aiartcg thaxa bronO'.y lii their very pwaer.ee. '.hey require again ai d ?K?m trie ?utnr argument* to tie roueated , ifcg aaae pioofi to be Uou^ht forward whl i h?ve' ua drr similar i lrrumai*xnea cocatattlv ar. oonu^i for "the mlik t-i ti e coconut." Tue Tiaut, ?Cy mar* | IbnLilieNnw Vo?t ilRK4t.it, cann. t be U.fl<ienci4 by bribe*, or pencnal ^apnc or petty laotivw. It affecti to be, ar a it, the voire aia e-tt^cl aent o' the pecp:e Eoglarid. W 4Ue #a. psoi.le ?r1: bttwiec tw \j Ort?, whUe tt6 pt*ot>.<9 a?c uadtteraiia *d In their policy of peace or war while the people braitate in lh? .r recwplw of in. .M?r:al aewnree 'be Timu .lit. sod wf,e?-ji aU^u- tuid Uckati ererV ?titft cf wind to matter ia the pubiii. it ia (:om ? ali ne any b? ibr can cone t foil/.* it k? a. taithfnl if* lie' ?hi.'e !.kei beylnf U^h,?4 it I rfhU'.M '?vb*.w^' **e ?-r.'-n.e.,uint.,re?fle "V'"( */! "f ? ?' ao( ffj '[*" ''ton im% ? rar ag: UUa the naltoMi atad but the Ttmu te .oaiaaUT ac u*?a ol raotlviog a bribe ae if It w?#i |h>alrnllj in the |<owerof a givemm'-at to aSa^t 01 * re.I.eee a profit of a tittndrid tboiuand pjonda a y?ar frsir iti etspU>>er, the peopt# which thie aecor.e tte fl.ia.Uy: atd jet when Catholic eman^ patioa, reform, acn fne tr?4< were earned tbii waa ever tne charge. Wnen It b, lutad to fl.ii the war hat< hit, it waa Kuwran ito.d that mua/ >d tbe l?r?ad. nought of I'rlfitiag llouae Kfuare arid now, whia It 0|>?ie :ta >ea?aa of hurrora aud aoowa Ue ?>'? rabtr inaptito.le of Wir arlatocratic ayaitm of - ment how it haa be?j deOcte^t m detail, la pla* 'n?u ^ *c' need of almply io n* all tbU becanee fxrd IU? u haa Hae.tMed 14. owi ct rre*pondent frr.m toe erat of war Toe atairmeat laelf feaa no foui.4at:?n and If it Ua<i it |< n ot Dkalv HU the trtun.it rar wou <i have taken ?ackame*M Indicating L!a a'tlh ita cciumna wuu4, on taa w ntiary, have been mil tl the ng;u*.if the onm the I'llfa ilom <f oar conetltution Ac ?nouah ?? wake tne !a?d from end to esd No, the T,m? Bnc#, from the mean a It hae at tie <taap-*a. Hat on ?italltlon a?* ben trie J in the u ate aut foaad wani ng that it &*?? waa, in fart, a t?eJlUoo at Ail, but to l oi U'il* t'tudetti Ukris wtiitt itever nggloxt rated or luaed, ar. : wt? :h7oomint ia .Ike a u, go oot. Hka llerod w?fa a atink It haa failed ?>gnal'y faiHd, In Ita rlvll m#a ?nrta and In war It baa eo terribly r on fon a de4 everything mat wr tflken are deainng to ??* baoi by hunJndr, and oor poo < a,.diei< t?tt*r^ ?h'e.raa, fcodteai bunowirg Kke raitblu, are vjfr D* !. u ,,#r ' a pw organ gitnd>-r bay lig Itntona never afaall be alavta they will 'orta with break that worth, ? >ead ' 1 * 'lr"v '! ??? 0 '???*'< Irri eec/ m ddle ,1'e ?hltn d" not efUct mtniatari^ petraa f!' "??? *"r*Wr aba trdlty than tAe appsintmeet Of l4N d li?? to #C? hA uoi Will htwr b-ttif /COOBIU^I A no rt br a^t, upright ?fj? imtr* cf Keeliet /etc Uemac la ?aa 'my.mih* t* ftod bat h.'a being oa IU etaff of tha I take of W*Ula?V>a f.atv t?ar?a?o Uum the ate of 17 to 15, while ha oaver had the "taiaac4 of a *iaale i:*tmpafly. waa aurely o.i the U.: 4Mi ? * 'ieneral ctrmmandlng ac ?a jalitun .agar * i!!.* 7' wT.*rf*r.* w5" ' r""'o???>??el eiftce tie j*no d of hla antecadecu an ea^itf a Vhlc< ea far a* knowledge of the reeo*,,, at the at#?e !e ' on rar rj?4 ia Unoi t* fm <ee tl lUnZZ-J ^ U ^ 4~h 10 ^ ?e braggf d of aa iMMW. u mC. tary eefcii^e cf oetrjombenag the eaeav ^ u-i range we talked r.f e>afronUtg bw^w/ Hi ? did o?t front helaartoprj aad U? ? tue ' oe br4h In LomUr fca'lbre of g?ra < >Cr vrL 'T'r li\ 9m \b *" *? Ml , ard rer.dertd ?(B<Wx,t t/.roogb all to brae awau pieada wrikteea aa the earn.* arJuSlhi--? Oor triaep<<rt ?,rUe I. ,ndt?^t^ t ilk t CAQQit fiQ"2 1(0H I fof (if |j; |^d| rfdiifMl __ a f ?r VttAF* mwfr <+am%W +mrrnmlH **? *ho eve t/ flaht ear i?tl:ae to tike mmiti t? l ,kl P *e U v J Tla fleet lai* aMnnwi m daair^. in ua, lLl. ita gdmlra.. Ut at ta< k et.ne we a, wt^i u ^-iu,. we., have |ep,?ra4 wita a Ua Mnietev OcT7v? re In te make a charge a ml.- avi ahalfoStota. ?idat rakk? Itatlertoa and ie doty aoa:ht?*Md our p?^tw s aa at lnk*rmear !a avite o# rmtaraiaid entr>atiee o-? tts? pvt of '??oera Kvaea le ten r7 praad lathe ebemy aad tae a aa er* tj%., -Thl tr-?? belt* a west \M> the eea by :b? bal' a. tlty of tie lir tten atldier. Ali whtrh la aa 'aml*i ae uA0Mh0,d woria Thro^jfU ot u^4 UiaaA m< Jtna ?.en tbi tr -x .rrfer* 1 raa, fatr.?ra rV ?a their hard, la m.e.t lai.gtMi^, wTS? t etier nnht-ged y?t v- mar, taea ate a woH , Jt.aan raahrntMr rf t >e aa". feaika ^Re?,VJ7 we of tw* IV vw of r,- g'acj aad a-w , the r?**#nt f rprearttht've r>f the hooara -Tk-! h>oa* iketNal eJ t a :he bwt bloxJ cf fTT * a^d. aad ewraetng a polrt'ca. n?d?, ra.wi i aecoel omy ta the cfiem ita* / A.:< ? lb* II' jm of jerde of w*o ? there wht um, * a jea/t?f n the Ho*, of Cecr ^ Mae Ian le panted rat m. ia*4^.?%u7Tfcu^ ~M t* hr ie there ww, Jar a aavTZTV 5i tfc.P ' Kreat.^ am?c>eeteWtha/T:^M. ' MjMll ItaCl A?v /./' iia' ate take ten*., to aat acarlawte .. ."tfVuJkV SS2S,'": "72 ?a *t *h i-mati, 1^4 ?aglaa u M