Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 3, 1855, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 3, 1855 Page 2
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NITER EATING FROM EUROPE* Aflutter Wiittf, tie Banian War, the London Timet and tie Mew York Herald. Vbe Condition of tbe Bnghsh Army is the Crimea. THE IRON TRADE, Ml, Ae., Jfcc. OurUmrton Corroapondcitcc. Ionhom, J?q. 18. 1b66. The SkUt of tht War? The Englitk Ministry? Wit PtCV* Negvtiatum* *1 Vumta? A mmaliet? Baron Brack's JtaH?l'osUwn of /'ruiiia ? T7w Mechanical Power <j f Mngta?d?Sut>marii*0 1 V.tgraph from Varna to :Ke 0r%mra?rne Sardittian Treaty ? Padre Gmvaiti and young I'.aht?Mr. \Tikqff and Lord I'alnMrston? Hpa,n ?k> Constitution ? Miscellaneous, <Sc. Item* of jour readers who expected by this mail to hoar ?I tke storming c f Sebastopol are doomed to disappo'nt meut- Up to the 10th o I January, m telegraphb Prince bhasohikotr. netting mportaat had taken place before tfsoaatopol. We also Isarn that there lud been i? heavy ?til of snow, un<! tLal frost was setting in. /.nytt'o f wan a relief to tua wet and damp. Sickness still pre taUeti id the Kngbsh eamp, and the uun.Vr of d<-:tth* at 4be St atari borp.iala wan on the increa?e. N evert he ire*, there >? do fig* of giving up the (wipe, oa the con trary, if you g'aooe at the naval and military intfUi geare in the .ondon aud l'ar.s papers, you will mm daily aanounreioestK of the departure of addil.ouai troojja and materials of war. Our troupe are a4, last, provided with Jt?tn, cloth et and medicine. Aiat considerable1 sorties hare Mee iuhiIo by t~e Run rtas on both the English and French lines. Mea axe MflvU ou both sides :>nd the Rui-?iaas are ,-Jwayn driven Uitk with hwi. It is not Uie courage or even the ton ki ?f the Hurt an* that beats down tie allies? they idtvo been de'eated by five mi'.es of swamp and mad. frnrliaaient Hutu on Tues.lay next, and I bbl.eve tliere ?lli bo a terrible onslaught maiie up:n tne gc veranent. flu I) tike of Newcastle andSHney Herbert ?re looked upen by muny as ' gone oooca." To be sure they i 10 state that <fcey bave gained over Sardinia aad 15,(X>j flatting mun, I at tLe ch-?T a.'cusatior. agaicst t&em ?h Fwct of m ?n>iga ?teut The ipecUl agent o( tiio Times for the diitriba tton of the patriotic fuxd has done more pr jl than alj tti government agents put together. Theie have bueu various attackH made cpoa M.*s Ni^tt.-i?alc and her ?eijie ol am^ori*. an I quite u r.e*spapM war lia? en ?aevi. A Li that can be said is tVat a tinder or gectler ht.ug mver lived. Fcaeested of beaaty, pot. Hod, and a 4arg?. fortune, ?h? devctes her life to '.hw rebtf c! her suf" Wmg feliow features with no atu'uUl.'ii lor eiu-tiily re ward. "Vcu roust uot trust -vinous te)?!;r?yl.ic tuaounca mmta in doine o? the London morning papers that tho bombardment nl i-o natcpol was rot.uwo-1 on tbo 8th of January. OwfT Punha b*i t*>eu to lie eamj of tlm abitm to concert lrieaauroe for a gru r?r! movement. He Hbti retnrnect to inspect his forces at En^Atorta. acd bne aow returned to Varna to embark more in- n. Admiral Lyons, wio no* commando io stead ol Duixlan, has al?o fcart Interviews ?it'aLord KngUn ato Canrobort A good 4oal 1* expeeVd from hie energy. 1 L*vc on den it lie ml! oUt-upf. to foire as eirtrunca into SehHttUpul cn the sea suit The Huke o: Cambr <ige is ?t. I'rineo Ktepnlesr. v decidedly recalled. U in a cuncus fact tli = t wt'.lo Wf /? "i from Vion&a * ?t toe Em.r?rn c: Russia bad or lerect ? is AhU isador, ! tnce (.'o'Ibi takoli, to ac<-ap% vritbou'. -verve, t.o f ? or y *ite or guarantees demanded by tjc Wo:i'.? u Fow.ira ia lb* n&te el the 8t'. Angusl a" u basn few nei?oUati'.iv? for peace, and wht'.kt wti ?ls3 lenrn tvat the Ftg'ieh und Vrencii governments huve wot f ill p- -vM" to their re ^eclive ambassador* it tv ?> court of Aastrato futer toto ooRotiiUtn*, it 9 curlc us, I nay, t'-at such .i no wtt nhc.,lfl Save be?n seUit?d by tUe <,?at to r--.ui naeooe hostilities oo ti.? Pin'. bo. Nf.vcilt.fK i tt m ?u ioeeottstablc fart H* las entered tho LoUru.l??! . Mid defeated a lurk.tUi divis tu t. i , uu ! it tta wery note of C ro&lni, the Austrian ?ien .ral tfcerc Austria, by her treaty w'h t! c Porte Vend* herself to r?p? 1 'y for.'b ar.y new !:,v<lioa ' f tin ItsuebMu / nn.ip*: ties Now as the I' ibrudseh* s ool either Watlo- iut or M<ilt?via, Au'4ria w is not bo qui] to attack 'hi "cueians, <tnd ibott alio arciso her in i*? it Wt aoce of a breach Cii laitb, are wrong, not it.at I M e?ibo any -ry hctile senv mestij ngaiuH Kus-ia ' > tl.s g*v*ri ? >f V?eoua. t'.t arotaa.irta weuu tobeluij en?r ol U ? ;..y. The Journal Je OwuUlH.Mi j U, of t^o V-h Jauuarj which dw ju?t corne to ? .ul, i>n': .ah ?ti? socnunt of ? pel t -aJ diunur gi i i t ,-j r< .o d ( Jbockj the Austriao lot?rui.iicio, to tli? ui ister of th ?tV.m %fl l'orle. Aft* r oit^ior B-ron do Brii'k pi'jf'O- ? '! I a toast to the 6u)tan asd hie .a) a.it array, erhOM ex- I >Joite t c. the I'a&uto, hvsaid, utib ihe auaai/a.-sn of a.; Korepe ? "Th?r?," exclaimed tie Intornunrlo ot Arctrlft, "!!ipy i ?an'iuishtd the Rux?iut? u f.very enooutiter, uo t proveii to tno Oonrt of W. rptersturij that thejr ?rer? ? ls ownrageoosly tc iieffn.l tho r /h? of lursey against Me??ov tc mn'jlit"' I ike the Wis torn ro^uri," udled I -r,feVu%V , "Austria (s aniTous to flgbfor ?# the right* jf Turkey aod juit'ee, unrl whakver ?Ty h* Uie re?ult," said he, with ineipretiibluOOcrgf, "llm aift will cease 1c- be an object of tsrror, f?/r the wi t htvo iwcinmbcd.'' Tlese "orrt" prinluct-il a dei'p imnr""?.i n ?n hit the guests, and the (;r .od V *j?r iia.'tuiy tlui- :ed ttio In tor;, mc o. ki my :a<t 1 uenticaeo tl.O short adl rce< oi 1/ u>? Na polera to tho [jcp^ria; Ouar?l lliese i. tile apoec.oee are stra *?! ?b cb nhsir which "ay the wind blows. Pru k e ?peech s looked upon an a decided announ:eiDejit tlint Aastria will shortly take the offensive r.fa nst Hu'eia *e Ottoman army ; :te CV mea is ti t? "ccr?n?ed to <?0,030 men 7her? arr vrry fe? r.ea tioro who t.?13?ve r tv" ''iiteri 1y of tLe Err.^cror tf RiS:>.a - jiat'os*, but rv.'-.tt Aink it >f a ? ??dg?" to ga o 'inc. kg refarvle Troseia, that '-t'ate U get' og m?M an t , ?sore into a luo^:'. Sue has already, to a certain estect, loot hf r position as a great power in Bnrope- the bat de <*Md to Jojj tha M'J I <aes not take care she will loea her icfl atcs? .1 :ks (ti > ? aaaa (tonfoiieration, wtich was e^ual, i! uot^reaUr lhaa Mat of Austria Sbo has r> 'ured to ?obilizo I - tray ft*sj liiuico with the 1 >li of A'tst'ia, etj r?? s i n virtue ol the treaty b?t?evi the two ,-itat s, n <1 now Frnssia d?Bifc?ds to partii ipato in the penre eoafer?a:?s at yisana, oa the fround ttat 8* the r*v'mon of th* toeaty of 1841 Is to be dicciesed, and she wie u paf'y to | tat treaty, ffce has a right to attend. nan right will be domed to her. Colosel de ^wrl.nw,l | ^"2 j? u to Ber'Js, 'hating fa'.W Id V * mh iicn to Tkeaaa. Ibe o>i*ion of Baroo CMiom to (<oo<!cb ?'Jo a failure? so mueb so that be does uot go on to 1'arU. A aliarp note from M. Droayn de l'Bays, tie Fiuoca ICIaister of Jforui^n Affairs, pointing out tc.t abiurdity Of rrns'ia hoping to f rrn a separate troaty with ths Wester* #ewere, settled the hu? '.ion of the mlMina to 1 ans. Willstpea-f o*i?:i*l;ons are going on at Vienna, t*.? eoWere of tLe belligerent powers wJ! red juUe the r ef iorts to eat ea.h cthnrs threat* In the Cilae... Kngland >s bringing a ?? all her mechauical farcei .at) tke field. Yea are already aware that M?*?rs Pet* and Ifcaesy have rent out (i eto bo* gone wi'.h then) a tc 1y wt navviee to make a BaUklava railroa 1. The Eugli 'li yrrrmmrat hav* now ??o: oit aa eketrio ,ab? wee tahb*h a enb mariue toK|rrapi t -twee a Varaa ani ttM Otoea. The talegraphlo wiree between Vai .. . aod Bucha< ynst are pr<'^*ee#iog rapi ? y, ttty are (UrtM'ly rtctiv.'y en Baeuariet abd Vlenua, ani ixteeei. \ .eona ?--i M tnat wo "baii ?JK>rtly i? in deny aocuii-ti Witb tto f'rlnjev The eable is euelosod 10 gett* pareha. PortaWe t^Itgrapbs, and w.re to join e? t.j :U? saaln 'ine is ?tiit out in abuniJ'-co for the >;:? if i-e ?ooamandera 4krietsias Day wm ?i ?nt a? joll ly f ev ry "i ?a oo;. 1 *? tho bleak h< ight? of Seb4itipol. K:?st ! ? f aad p??impn<i i r.g *?-re aot ?aatio|. Invalide tcn' Jii t* arrWe mtoim. lord Car?ra?i, wboc >*or.o.J? 1 :h* eel<i krated charge cf !bo l-ght Brigade at Ba'.akHra, uir*l wtth the Qneett at Wiodeor ye.terlay. A R.?iii!ila?a Medal >e lomdly claimed by t fee a*n who larvive that tearful rnargo. loabjoinyoa tho main potato of the ireaty be'.*ern tke Wee*"? Powers and Sardinia ? By the Brit art do the Har<llnUn alh'-ee. sot t? the ireit y of tho tld of I>ecemb?r, bat to the trea'y ? w? _ ?P tile Jl Oth of April, betwoei Englant, Franco 2?fa /if'*? V 14,000 ?oWie.-e are to b) ?ent J1. .. ?* .*r*r Bn<1*T the eommarl of Gsnerai polaMarmora who are to form part ofttio arm/ of **** "N'"" ?? The expenses attoadiegtbelr e-nlsrka Mpn aad eonvoyanr* to the Crimea, are To be pi d t.? tho Wootora Power-. 4. A loan of 60,000,000f , in thr?e nor Mat etook, to gnaraatood to lledmont by Kng'aod ' Otf troopo, onro Uo4od in tho CrieMa, r. re to be ma n" ialted and ruppli*d with ammoaiUoo and provleions by ?b?ir own goeommont Tho embarkation of our If cwi galdiere for file (Mjn'a w^U shortly 'eke plvo at '>noa Jbe Duke of Genoa was at (lr?t to aoeum* the cl.?f ? sand of that small amy; but, boiag e:?reoiy ojnraiee m>' after hie re^e^t illneee, he has re? gn? It to the jfcni?ter ef War, General iHl.'a M?rmora /be cipom tiouaxv mim it to form ihiee d.viaios* of 5,000 hcd etch, including infantry. imvalry, artillery, ud beraa Sliert, or rill men, under tfct ordem of Ueurili Duran o, ikiuiM feja Marmot* who la aow at Glow, u> ! Trotti, wko ?u lately recalled from CtumWrj. licun. Pettiti and Pettinengo. colonel* of the staff, will s*> at tached to the expedition a* chiefs of the stall. There are four candidates for the vacant Ministry of Finaaee? Messrs. Ricci, Bolts i<la, Ceppi, and Lanza, one of the Vice Presidents of the Chamber of Pttuties. The chance* are in favor of the latter. General Broglia will, in all probability, eutceei General deila Marmora a* M:ni?ter of War. The Opinione of Turin, of the ICth inet., stated that the departure of th? Piedmenteee troop* for the Uriui-a will take place on the 28th February. According to that lournai the contingent is to consist of 'JO, OK) men, IS, 000 of whem will embark on that day, and :ue j,900 other* are to fens the reserve. The Pieiimonteee are brave troops, as al! know who remember how they fought in 1*48 agiiost the Aus trian* in Lombarly, under the Ute 0a?rle|t Albert, whose Queen has just followed him to the grave. Young Italy i* opposed to this treaty bucause Austria it a party to It. The sequestration of the property of natural-led Lombards of Aurtr'-a ctill rankMa in their brea-t, and this ia why General Dabormeda has resigned. Count tavour act* as Minister of Foreign Affairs, and m General tie la Marmora, the actua! Miniate; Of War, will taAe command of the Sardinian art^y in the Crimea, Dabormedrt will be offered the portfolio of war. The accession of Sardinia to the tr.-aty may be .in in 4ur-era?nt to Austria to take the field a^a nut Russia, as it relieves hex from the fear of a ris.og against her of It*ly. lieu ltd by Sardin ia. Tadre Cavazzi, in the nurat of Yci ig H&iy, bae pro tested rguiost the treaty. Nest to the Euro|>ean questlen, M. Wifcofl, ef 4'?s Gamble notoriety sad whose '.rial and impr'BoniEeoi, at Genoa auit bo still remembered, has been occupying the attention o( the public. He has published a hook cailei " My Courtship and i!* Cenaequeaoee." In his preface he fctatoh that he was eibp.ojr?u Ly herd PalaerrtsQ, and he publishes letters to prove it froja Mr AdU.rg'.ou, to wnte in the French and United Str.fes jiresi articles to (bow the ubiral aud p?si6s cha racter of the English government. The Times has an a.-t'cle f>n the p object simply to <ief<td the Loudon prose against the impuUtiin of newspaper* l>eiiig tampered with. The Lonc.on H&ald. saj* thai Wiaoil a Ru? siau agent employed to write Russian ar';cle? ia a New Yo t>i pi>ptr, aud in tact ail sorts of rtorieti are eaiil asoul him Yoa w:li douttie.is scow inun aboat. lun ISan 1 , do butat tac preient unmeet be i.j the t' erne of con vernation, ar.d u qucst.ou wi'J dcuJtttsa b< j-u1 . m ia? Houde by sonm mi>inber <u the subject. Iho witter hoe, it lust, irt 'u b<rc. We have flacw aud fnst. The season is a dull one Theu vu.l bs no Italian Opera. The Quein will live 10 toinf aru ve ."etiremeut. Cinrle# K?au has mace a Lit n ilelvigae VLouin XI.," nrrauirra for th?< Ksgiiih rtugs by Ik ufi.'f.aul".. The play is udmirabiy got up. ( Iitvalkr uNitbolP alliw WUofl l,nr<l uitnton and the J^ondon Piry j. | From t'6e l.inlun Tim**, Jan. lo j A *ij?.&gt story nw b?-a broat;fc4 to Lij'jt la : iiu crtirw of "1>6 1?b> wtcM, nt.*ik'4?ly illur.rative, u tine, of *b? Bigt.-1'.y of *>bf Fcreigit Offiao ju iU iitgs ?itr tb? fWeseT lsrd P*lraei3tia. it Ih Bid? ud at org docioae ?Ury evidence h p?adac?d to faup^oi? of tLc lq (juw i>i tlnjsar lbuO lil: id :iit 6HVO.U of * i>T.aia psraon, wao, ?i reta:i) fur h> pv?, "ku V> oh ke koo?a cleuly through tre medium of rho Preach and ho ir^i^d Siafcje' j.TrSH the hb-.r*!, eepfctialy -.La nacilk.. ctwf.ru/ of the , dry ol *Ier llaj ? *j'a Tt o Tords f]ic'?d rr.rtn pari cf * J?> ?? eaij to be addreiwad t?7 M>*. ?. U. KiiLntfjn, n vaa liaao ol Lad to the author <f a lnU9 bonk iiaaiei.My "C-uitscip Co.. qu-.Bv'eri." x 'lie u u La in haii ?o bo vce Ni^lioff. Wt uri, f.-T our c.wci vart, K-.ti'fly Uac.mt of tM cimrmBtaaees of ?38 e.a?, a?<d cop? oar i> fori atioa a-i to 'Jh? f&.-te at nec'.nJ r-aad, wttSJy .'r.ta a weakl?, m.d i a l? 'a ft iu an ev aig turj. 'Yc rtr,fl it mvi'd n>03 (Si i-'Miortfy of ft/ ij'Vt jiar- il ???. IU.h an tft .faofT iv a Knnaiaa agaut, emuio ??d ' o w -iie RWu?? it >1 t*6? >u tje.N?w \octH. Fir roaie revua ti clhi'j, tt? *ftt > mm J V.sWe ??'.?* Itc!tcatn Li* rmiiayfrs :.r oeaHud *o !i-?re pcot^iori fo? his eerTiCts. Ous icUoe *** girci lj %if\ oy H>-. Addlvg'ra *kat i.t -..he *utl J Jqt?, 1862, nxgAgfeUtCiat isi h tLs Eogiiih FoTfiga OT:e n-m *.j 'flWit'k.'-.d an tvmiitVft: iu.d t w-i? b*0Bgl?4. io h 0 'T.c"'n?iin aoo'T^iogiy. It mty be m ntl\ *o BW-e tt^t Miol.oOT, voj K?*i:.ii o l o-? ?af.aonty, m by ?w.n>r slV'd to its u ci-.i'-ti. cf tb? TnHitl -Utes. li i^de'l, from Um r?r, u ooar*, that hi? ?f >Vjacad by a *rlnU?l CM)r! ?>i fl?M*D-rrt, ''bHiiop i?tuonat ora Boiaaii a" oa .*?e u; oi a l.ay. 'as t *4 v>ao:rt <om aro f-' i*ott lio^nj??iibie. Mioioft', *4c rtoiH^ai ige: ?, m .y wijil be 4 Ra-eU^ by jit b, ik?tar?i^ J I A., j'-ca, vue a;'^?tor tt? 8 iu<) !?' Otfioj, 'Ix- Ru-B.ftX. Hp/, t*^? o?ri of ,4?? o jrai?*t oo truer*! rtt (<e>.o?, Wit c^rrMp:n5t-t o.' H;. 11. U. ii'tl fl.- ?L 1 . of ">fv CMltfjp t-d is Cj-M in?r <?." T* it ts'1 .').e *o-k "^e have r.ot ai ??4 Tcrn'^d. i. in?',U be<-?r aiv-t- d, shut rtf->.a U jiu m) t.jiiq, for we *ra aot >g?ibar ir.thou; a iiic\d ninjuC.tMi *.-ji ? 1? fMt, st LhT4 Uiuiv y fc. c-d ;Tf ? * ediijisff ?>? T.oirf of P. T. Bwnuii. ? n c "7 bo?f^6", ?<??. b?.m ?st ,11-at yitj ma'iy clreu xusiaaoei of a'-.nrbace, roaij pir'i^o'i^ni^ of Ujm?, L?o?e? ?tu it wtaid bawtdiltue rsitJfBii.n 'to it a&wa Ui i??a so -o-uiiun'.'y bfon,'^ f-r?vd nhonid r'tc a fir. -.a! lesiat to ?utu?at.city ct ?'ae iot'er, ^oicb At k j-t >s proJu^sd blt? a.ittc'md A pritu oi?:iau*y ! a c<?tr,3L'.y? h puoJ: ser-'ii/, . it i/n-u * rgilfy c> va *>o: of hie oflbs. Ws ?toold 1.0A fcave Wius* (V-1 9'XV:<W9< TTt *.Ly oi -ay se:-t;os r*m?k, bui ih H L^bMn &c csp??j at i k cf tort fjr % iiiCQM'OA apoa i.19 i?f&tknt '.*e g v-rniciftt a 1 ?'*.* t? igl.'a p.rpe. v v e co' r?w li r? for ta? IV a' 3 of our ?*rdsr aa.l :r?>a?J <f car voc .tioo. ?Inu <i iio mn/e d;e?a of coAfo^aimn ths iiml'e ot fujj ,j duty s^d prlvite couttey :o oa# ova ca>sor ia onr pn.fui-fl bin \e slou'.d f ftnplojed in* State office, or (kt-jffd with Vh? italic bi&twi 3i jo4i;.al Mitm. Wja?. can i; %i<?aJ?y to j*> ?2.aa ?>o dDtiik) b i t<iD? and ?i/ ji? to " jvi.tr . isa," te't it c?'.?d, rtwibsr ttie dacr it ?b'? ct *V,t praMw b? o^ne J lira * -a'. afaln?% him V iae taWtaks r aviJ'.nt of laoinUu*: c.^aUy. lie kr.o v to ???? au. w-> It# Mirqala cf C^abbu rtuu'.d ,;'\e Limit) f at y ;roubi? io ??.o:-i ti? pr'.vV.e fr.uC rtipcf a rfltti al wr'ttr rto.e aw ine vooll ia tut- ca?e tf aa au'.Dor wn?> sal ?rr;t:?n a sue :?>?. ful coom ty, c: of *a aiv^a'< ?bo b?i util?afM4 jrjrpe Jranoe at ihe 7H va?, a'17 ??? ,s^ rivo aiW JrritaVe %a?rr; iar *>; tHroa *i t j ba-.e a b flier to:io" ^ VSiu sive < aid -,nsi: ?j:v ti or. Let them feei a?urct .n thl? country ? .ho btwe t/uu'iiioK ??id a>:4? *9 is ?ora. tc li soiib.e cn'L . f>l i nil, a? bread ea'ea, tb?t tbat of tee ac ii n'ro, wUjioa^ one tiuagct o.'tie pieaeure or d ? tleMare cf iivla? acAJ, audete r?d ly i brtk^i.i, a'wi lifc' uitd b/gr*ed>r wabrtJ.o. fa ,vl ' io'o *.< \ r~(\ t<) $<) -* affaire is thQ coluraiH of ;ae .na 'lo? j>uia<'? in _?M> l m aii la >Ve a >y Teatore tj ?i> tiat ??: kiiOf m *oil * i ffii-'l -u'jn the w? . .-i" ?(?-.? *?:? 1 Ara vt, eke of sach a oa.*er. 'Ve an f ?l li 'e lyvoatly vthtboee ?M are realy '*> thect^ai'y ot Ui'jr caJLxig aad t;ejr o*n unf ?%? pec*, at tue feet ? f rreat men .j ?< d j wtti ll* au^.n. . oti- icm a^U fg a jra.ee of the ien tatJ men. ;*ti o? the u oer c i>*i la v. r'??oc? j? la al oth?rp *i l ly* foe id wry ?a "ty of ? ^U<ct?'d bB-ar'tr, ba- -ve ?h'.'u'd M aiooa mir? ? :?t?J it a y pn'.Iic ?/ritei wh i ?;? . ? fi n tur<:y Lb'.j t?..r tic ely ?ba -a4 r? h?d t*e aJit *tx)n -'?a .oi^uw^i aimwif el'h 'h* ri-npie aai. a:w*iL'ji'K n * >st:?o' u E 4i?^i > a ltni3, t t>?r cn-rrkr .'*?o ? ror chu Jial.'y :t e..ja?< v?^. intended ootirte<?y? did not meet ?ilh HU..& a :oi? j Mon at ie cOTLway p?rrn??d. Ou Jt? o'bj: hvi.1, It la cot to be l*?i?d that tbe vrf n irrt e?eclm?iu of ?V. op^r o.a?e<"i ia thau* nia^icna ?im :m preea aic g<-aer,Jly '?vym itsa fi'^tn r^oai a baiter cegrce afiiiielK^cni a g' ->a'?t ex>*r)*Bfe of . \a kud.a&d aejoi-dtrkr?'j"??ed(|?oft?eaoci4 ikh -Ioo cf th? c:TiaLry, might v>are b?ei ?t ,^tVd. A lova* ?.V nj> cr c-'auMWO* F aglaoi, aa H has a j,?ar?l to a* fr.in towy ridiralo'-e rtor'.ee ?hlcb b*7r . j*cj te our krowiedgs, mca wb> lav# >o-ae /' rtitf^l ?0;.oe ate pf&sj ??>.>? 4m?c who ?a o n "s: ra ib? *.harac'?r o! tbtir "a^ J'sla t'ue ???#." Va may be prrm'-U- 1 to 'Ay a ?if J a on <.h.< fj^ot, for c^Malalr <w ore ad?sntn.-ar *ko * ?i9?kw ?? . w | door of ib?t Fmr tga Offioe, ts of aay othe- odl^s jf I ^tato, whb ?n off?r of tis pre iow wrrtc *, Ui i ai crew thamaf'm? >re <'o?i p*n >a- re^vue.t.jaa ! --to 4Jw? effl >e of T %e r<ni?? fnjolt'' of ft'.'-, ao cordxg U oot a*p?.ie?cf, t'aa g?aartl ralo U ti u&avor, ia tl?e fl.it .aata.ee, to ifrcre a hi >ra*. iva evgagtcjtot V Wbai Jii*. V.V'.e aciitioe i'a<n, and aomt *aai?r<cg Greek cr Raiai-a, c: u y (ruCmar jo-t ouot?M?eia( iife, lua failed to ou ?'noe ua 'bat be carriea tve C?b a*'< of PTora it bin o^at neat nn?? ia %o trj be ? no?.h torgne la D waicf r.ree".. Aaa saoeral ruie, ^eabvaid t-on, y recoiim*al MtiuaUreo/ state aiid otiaer agLL^Mti ta'..>ak with the graveat ?aioic;.oa upoa -a? g?Ltl^mvi who UiUhlaa that for a gltai aam he _<n opeotobi* the e >lumoe of aay ae*ar*pw. if ia taeir iaaaai ?Ha tkey can cMic^Te a> fc<gh*r ao^ve ia aa aati Ced geaitlemu:. let t^em loak tie ?i?ieat' n Ja % c3moMrc!al Ilgr'.. atl ?i?ld?rr If !' be wvb tba while of literary clapni?r!? it pt*dl ig the <fieat..ia from ite loweat poiat of *!*?? to acsil AeU o*a trarket, rbich woo!<l be the la?aUb> asl s;aeiy reeuft of -Jiab oaeatr. ??a tak .iboat a newaiaoar tx-aig "Kaoght aa4 eo 4.'' bot Uev aaovtivcyare ateruig a atiaakood ?t to wb.^ tley eay t. N j Bin out or bedlam neriboaly believes tint the lend ing joD??)a to tbia country are bought and so d. "<Ve will add, of our own knowledge, that any man who brought such an aceoaation against the mag natat of the French proas wonld ilnoly bo a bki -k head od4? serving of serious reply. M. Nichafl weald hare bad as much ohancs of writiag in the JDtbati er the ConrtihUumnet aa in the Qtieen'a album. The RiutUn War? The- London Times and tht Jlaw York Herald. [From the Iondon Time*, Jan. 16.] We certainly hate no right to identify the great Ame rican aauso with the nentLnenta of their press, but yet it i> imperii tie untlrely to aeparate the two. Every lead - log eewapaper ia Amrriea, as well an in England, mail represent and reflect a certain section of public opinion, or elae it would cease to maintaia it* position, and sink into insignificance. We do not protend exactly to define the pre (Tee rank which the New Yore Hjuui.k occupies among transatlantic journals. Wo know that it is Pub lished in the flrst city of the Union, possesses a eonmie rabls circulation, and is conducted with as much ability as is required for periodical literature in Asnerica. We see. also, that the sentiments of the New York Hlr*u> with regard to the pressnt war, are echoed tram every quarter of the State*, and we therefor* make as apology for kerionsly oalltug the attention of a nauon united to us by so many ties to the libels on her character and her honor which every steamer brings to a* from A omnia, in the sbape of ecumente and liopes with regard to tha present state and future prospects cf the war wlt'i Hu? sia. The Aawrieans hav? frequently eho?n theaivlves nsutely and even morbidly aonsitl re to Piropean opinion, and can hardly view with ir> difference the very serious ib jury which the conductors of their press are da )y in CictisK upon thf it. Our American contemporary is of opinion? first, thit Russia has prevailed in the war h.i.h irto: secondly, thit she will pre?ftil in :t; and, thirdly, for the sake ?f the American Poion. that it is deniable nhe should prevail, and consequently it desires aiaoerely the triitxaphot' Rus sia. aad our humiliation. We will n >t waste Umu .n ai going whetiier Kusaia, woo finds hernaif compound to ac cept cendi'ions grea'Jy more stringent than tfi.se >o which a httie while ago sbe would not even deiju to re turn an answer, agrees with her republican apologists, and is elth?r satisfied with the past or confidect ol the fuf urn. Th-se are matters of opinion, and us such, however perverse and distorted, we no oojectn for cen sure. But we wools trravnly put-it to the eiv>d sen vi of the American aation whe'.hsr tie sucoess ef Kuhm.. tn the present struggle would really b? to them that art- .it mi terlal advantage whicn t'uey are taught to beli. re I may be quite true that the Cxar, Mir.* without a friend in this hemisphere, holds out, *? the Tim* id ptrwes it, "the right hand of fellowship" to the other; th it Russia is the enemy of England ; and England, in an "nor. or nbJe ind aoole sense a rival as well as c'-adjator to ths Uoted Stit?s. The Gear may be prepared to tempt Air.e riea, fer aught we know, with corainercii.1 advantages. He may represent htrcaeif at ready to employ an A nori c.i a engineer to lay down un elec'.ri: ielegr&pb, to b'.y Iron for [.iDroHda wnenever he finds nuney to ruako tbem and cianot pet iron from England, aud to -.ite American steim vessel*, il by any means tiey tan iwcli hi5? through the blockade of tho allies. We niiy g--*nt all these, and 'hese are literally all the considerations which oar contemporary can urge -,o support the mantrois proposition of a roinmuniiy of int irest.s Wv-") tae I'nlted States aud Kuenu. T'te ?ni?nr is r.uf. c .Hi lit As to tbe enploymeiit of Awntin citiwns u ?vi- a, the vast American continent itself offers so ?1e a field lor enterprise and exertion that the w ah of a j.ntnot should rather be tbat the genius and intelligence ?.r its inhabitant i slu-aid continue to be cn ploy jd -n su'-duin^ 11 to ths purposes of mtn than ttat ?ui b vul .able q- a! - tier shou d bo attracted ts fore.gn la- de LetMjo'.l ??.i or Switzerland aeni out her ?on? in ieurch of fore gn gold. America has riotc upon h i .mplo tre;ist for all bsrehilJren. As for snpplylug "ie Or.?r 7.t\ At>tri can built stiips of war at long n* wo rem* a mi ters of the *e? It wdl bi Irtpowdblo, a/.it wtioo vo have lot; that mastery it will he superfluous. R?.il vax and ielf;;raohi are net the wnrke ot a uat'on utnb'e to raise m ^*y hy loan, pos'sssing double toe pop ila'los vi ha f t'.e rn veauc of tbe united kingdome, ?t w <Hl> all tbo worNd, an-! drlvtn to ths utmort extremity find uupi 'ies for e?ery day r-? it passes by. Tt>ri iiekati) talis of com merce, tutooain-rce is bct<fttev rou'>tr.es ivlioio r>atoral proSurtB are different, ?wt ni>? be'wsen those which possv?&io(r so many natural featur is in common, -in# rata"r m i !c by oat iro fcr c jrcpetitloo tbsu inteictmogs. Kusrin ie to take American iron. WiienV Dur ni? war, when the blockade w il keep it out ir af'tsr peace, when the Edi{1 iron vill usieTstlllti1 Tbtre rsnslns nott>iig, tbea, but tho " Inncly feelinj's" of t!>e CVar 'o bis i-? fnbl'can friends, and ".he "right haod cl f-.llowh p" which he pro(ler,i to their gra?p hot with tee Ide-'jlood cf repjtli:ac. 1'oinnd and demi?cra k. Hungary. But, furth-r, if Kussia wins. K..t;Unn 'eta ia a much grrster proportion , f"r it is far easi> r te destroy tha i to transfer coannervlal prosperity, ?-d London ui^htceess to be tho mrrcinlilo capital ot the ?orl<t ^itiw it trans ferring tb*t boeir cltfier to Bt Pet?tshurg or to >>?* Yort T"e commerce of Kus" a woi ld > M ho pure kuiu but woi.ii^ be obtaiiKxl ?t t o expense ef the oomioiroe of t'nplond ; lust ie to say, America wouWI exouaag^j c ii'ora'n of boundless **ealt?i fo? easterners wi'heut capitsl bhligeit to f>orrr? the Te^-y funds reqoiioii to euMW%to t/ie ^rouud? eustiniiis wli >ee laws aro e?|ualfy ?dmin'Stered 'or others, wit u wtmn bribeiy'aitn (ais faceC nn tbe jud^rensnt stst ? a land who^e ,n"ti'.ut.-M ars stahW) ?t<l tiseiJ fo? a lar..? w' ieh mast pies ou* day frem slavry to ansrchy, a jd from auai".hy Vj r?v?lu Via Bat enpposo the predictiuns of ths iifXALu ful filled, ?n.| its wishes pratiti^d. Huppo^e uifUd tiu jo|H? too weak ior the t>arba.'ic miylit oi itu.iia, 'l'ur?<*y overvfcelwed, Vrussia buvrled, Austria pefli>tiMS, so-i Kruuis aud buglt.n.l, <1 spared lor a while, occupying towards "lie CV?r a po i'i.is suofi ss saxony. Wart iniierg oi Bavariu? soul .' <u- j a stats <>f thiogs bo peneficial to tlie United bUWs.' W.uhl tiiey i?el confident that they coulo t do out a -t -i a iu which so many gait, int Hoips hati t**> u * it. . > ?<! 1 Wj.ll thoy oe shle, sinj-ls- handed, to ioP back a i'owcr ti.is>.J witi- tho coDque-t jf to man/ vai aL- ho-ils, aud SO many ancient nation*? Woull "ths r.jlit nau.1 of fei.owstip" be bold out, and ths some cindiy fse'.iug b? exten .?i to lu> iu, as ;^at ^bioh now woiks so piwilslir ju ispub l ean stusibili'-iea? Ja>i t^sru ku:w ihe-.ain.lvin bettor. If *vr tbe dr*a? of univsrial luouajc'uy uoald t?o rtal ia.3 again Is Eurcpe and see'i to rralixs It oil' iu Aiuo rlca, iLc ftatc of ths Utiou would \rre?istiWy tc the fortunate Aespct too s-.l-s i;a: .e as Ma> tilou < ui plcjt-d towards Oreecfi. What tloiil fer -is ?u:rn>"' coull a King^ inaat'r of countless araiies and i.ouudless trev sur -s, ier're Mtter iban thirty ropubi.es, tocoMtsiby a fiaii fsuctal urgauiaation, aud ?eparauxj by svsry mo Uvecf !iptsrejt au1' ^f-t-sioa tint tan ?gi:aie ?nU per?*rl ti.e htucan tslndt Trii#, wt m;i/ be toki thtrc i* the geteioua f.:?l.j> cf patTictiiia tho sob'o abbcrcn <c of tfraony, tUu *yea ra^T * iht aud j utiee, the rc;>hgiiauc? to wrou* and eloleure, wb'ch ?TouUI >?6ld th?fe Iia-'ai'.ut' into on* ccc-p&ct im, ami tea t. r,tj ?:?.aU to forgot '?eltitb ouj pcrsoual com. tl'rat.iobt -a a iu-.i ly x'lugg ? fcr Iht iiuVlic good Ai m I e.iere i>< tc..* tfpirlt u> to ftaud ? Kot, acuredly, io the | )(?? < I tho-? ?l ..or Aw?r<u> rOinpcrr.riK) who, 'ituoui pr<t??.uug *.o i? ite to Juntify ti?? (inarrci of tae C/ar, or to ton'.rcv?rt the v?;r d ot wbich the cinaoinco of u??:?a Ito? pe "i?i recorded aga>n*t him, cacsot ttjlMa thc.r aapi:atiuui for h. ?> ?ik c?i, V?u?. bs?e ?i are h!a rttds v-d true ?n are bid mean' , 'he* beli"TC? aa we bate * iowc, iia>U fal-wly au?1 abtunrr ? !ba' ei rr.o 'oc'.a cf profit ava to be f,i 'ted by tb?- uvr'rthiiw oT ad that '? i:ee an I tc-,i? in Eu?rp* ? 'lu destruction of ?rtj asJ learu>ofc, and th? return of u 'Je.'pit r?*V m " i '.ban v-otlj ar ?asii?i brought open the Houvin woilj. i'or ihiy, at ka^t, wer*ittip?>rior io Tutor a-d virtue to the raou ?U.li toe/ eon<i':?T d, '-it ftu* i* hr'rp* r. >thl ? Wita bor toonm peusaVi 'or the ruin of ?:iee*i?tiog >:tw cf tlubgi. tier barjar.m, 8 m.-e corrupt taau our c>?niUAob ? bcr f'av! ill host* lor- vaL?nt than our free citizen*. ft. rely thete tr. r gi onght to no.gh for eomaM-io^ Jitu a nation. tiiai ooaf.e to be tse eejlum vf vo l fc? *{?v#,ilvc fi! ?Ji"? ilflJ ttoMf.r rjc.tui ? o I bu i??bU7 TV*- not I i '{iu'llnir and ?U?i fy cobulw ?l?ae th*.' man is to liv*," r a/n Sidu?y rixitc, " but for tr.3'0 jrrtat pr.n i,lef n;n. t -winch no ar^ '.nient caa be It-MaM to, nrlror !?? wbl :l. c..o to every power a dou ble pow?r above their functlou> aa 1 lb it oih.'ei, nu>ab aro the bo, ke. th? arts, tU? acatlera.ei tbat te^ch, lift up, anl nour?v. tlio nil I - j -"c-.iii'.H (I ?r? qu te B.'rloua iu what I ??y) nbOT<v-- i?h, j^peri^r t? Wtpia h ?>>?; (q;| .ur/rucjr? w.Uiou* whlto it i? lottevlOuio tbaslio Ut?." {From :fc? l?i?lon CLroui V?, Ja? Id I Wx t)? '.n f >i.ing forlun.-a are e-.UUlDi{ upon tb? Ciar 1h?ir u'nal ooufe.ittT.rt^ in tie loMnein of frimd* *n?t li.e dofectioo of at iee, t mint be to t nail eoo?oli*tion to the a:l o? th? A'ltoir t lo lo-.rn tbat in on* co lOtry, at all ? ?fn!? hf> bM partltane wh > l\k* hm only tht oetter for Lie dutrt>*4en. Uo'atvd ix> Kuro.e, be it *ur? of Hfmpatby. if Cot of t.lo, fr m ti.? far WCit. Tifre '.a ft har d of MV>wih!p .'.rKt'jl^ d cut to h m 'r/0> ?cro?e ?v.eAUantio, K?u?tr,fn indeed uret i< we are *o o'Wo it Id. t'ocuUlutUnal ?orerji?(u4 o t evry ~b ?<? 'Xt t'ae E?ro[>eft'' cc.t t%nt ut one on) scmpelUd to/'-n the l?aftu? aga>Dnt Ui<* rreat despot and a/?re^?or, but ?<-ms fr.eula rea.aiu ti lnui >Uil, ho will lno? witi con?i)k? ?#u :y u;-o& hie mi>' l*j?de and patiJou ^rtn bit liMue*, to tb* I'.odel r'p'j't c of Amerira. lbe al.aac?, It u tro?, i? a->t |i io t v?ry i' naplitiuoUry fa>ui?r Tie 1 State*" 5' o a? 'W edlf wi?h to *e?p frl?id* ? a be Ro-?'an ; >n pern r. nn rely lot I fie e**e o' w',?t lu?;y e>o nc". out of ciwi. it ii their oil iv.vt to rtir?a>u tue *ay ^roalnen, L*tiin\Jly oi indivi lually. Accuetomed in eari'er p<-riod* to oV ta ii territory from the iea u*o in barUx fur liii.n^etrf ^ i bcabdy, they rtill rano?>t f' i r<> % f ir'> |f inpntiM i'^e er tronllee of otii" peopte ib*o the ?f port in'ty tut irm* protltable ' deal" (or tb>ir.Ml??<t. t'o aay notting af fcriiv r t-ani-aet.or e at t!M O.e^'.n K,uaa?ry, lo i?a*a nt tVilifnTnrf\, they hate Jr?t onlai po -e-e I 'B of a large aJice ot Uemr.o, Kiugatlrom ta dli'ratl* I end in> aoTeriiihed oiwn at tfie tinall price it tea million dol lar*. At ?fce ri*"*n' i?,>m?ot ?>i?y have Itned greedy ?yen on fuoa Heeneotlog 'on woar.l e< ar.juiiiatf i-e ewnorohip lh?y are perfoct.y in i ent, so t at lue 'loii etar" be out ?dle; to *>.?ir i-aaoer. they are eq'ially rert if to par iiaes, if ?.p?*n be p'jor aal wilbag to ?ill, or . <tniM>x .bund *Le i" ui hed a?l ereak. Mat ore tl. ; N ? etr m * r, I roagh w-?te?er pro'eet th^ propert? rhai.e?e kan ?, t'n future Auu?i>ca? propri^toi" ?? il ' ?v? n i : * ll.o ht t poe?tb<o bargain. To '.arte I-jH .r?ir ii K (xror tlw ,tUitud? cf our ro ptiMi xa ?ou? n* ta niueh t>ie ?*me. T -ey loo* na tlo? aa a c net.m?r w th >vhrn th?y are |u te prepared to buy or l?U or 'lir?p"? -ta "do t'la.ataa, ' ia ?tort. of any ?h*rar:?r ha th<v?ee, *d 1ii^ at tln'y caa but real ite leu.eth ng baaneou e out of it H ha wumi 1 3 aail lie North w.r cau ??tatia, trey aa.e the dollar* rea dy Or If he ?IU adit, t them to e^are io eeeetal trt'.io plehioge wbieh aro at hi* diepo*al j eeeerJ parte of the w rl., ti.ay ? ill give i.m r, ie* .rn ail the a. I a id eomf r*. whlrb 'heir "xaaserelal c..<roour e ?ad per ?Oiial "Jfrpatniee 'an afloWl. Our vrai.^atlaotie <onteir.poT.iy, t eX*i Vu Hru <IX>, ?nucn->ratee ?'?t?o of the It^-n- for * hi^b Acer!' a ?? en*!?oe to d?itln a eery boaiaeee liko way Rueaia, It ?? ob??r?^0, i a ?.!?'. * gantry, ? .o<i .upartABt ,o.ut? ? r* eeparate^ by ib'frr^n of r nj t'louaand io le?, ?>.f?h H i? tho ?t'.'gl 'en* I ??h cf th' F' ;per >T to ..bt r-*. rfato by eeiabu >h ng a aetworkai ratlmr and tioctrie tc!<grapb? Htm, tt.egra| b? and ra'Jr. a/.t abiorb innAi ,n n acd ae th* tat re a-'ta! .* *o? at, ft, a . t ?r'.' i ah traje eloppe-l, wbero oouli K eh 'Jte Vu? * a . ? ie eecept in Arret. :* Ho t ? .? a>?u uat< rroioar! b*f-rr bim he Maj?e?y 1? ? ?T rded fr illti*e" to a <*e*taia Mr <haC r? a "Htetos" mao, w? r ?;*e- when t ?.tlng 8U l atorit jrg for the jar po?? of MttUai preliminaries for the grand enterprise of ?' putting a girdle romud the earth," by which m Id

Americanism ?i in to understand the construction of a railway " traversing the Ruiaianj Empire, ?? from the capital to Bttka," with a branch running north wards to Yakousk, on the river Lena. Again, the Ciar ban mourned over the destruction of his troops by the ?crew shipe belonging to the allied squadrons in the Crimea, and, In orosr to be even with Ms enemies, t? re solved to hare a screw fleet of his own. In what water* thin screw fleet ia exported to navigate we are not told, nor is the question raised whether the addition of screw propellers is likely much to enhance the eHi:ien?y of ?easels that never leave the shelter of the land bat teries. However, the Ciar is ma star, and must have his screw war steamers, and here, also, as the Russian ma terial la too soft, consisting chiefly of pine, "he must turn to Asaerioa for timber and for ships. " Nor is even this all, coatinuse our excellent contemporary. Russia has just been imitating the example of the States by perpetrating a bit of ''annexation." In diplomatic lan guage, the Russian boundary has been "enlarged" go as to comprise the river Amour, which empties iteelf into the North Pacific Ocean. The new territory thus aided to the empire is qnite as '?large as the New England States," and, though forages deemed unprofitable, has just been discovered to constitute a "splendid tea coun " which the generous Emperor has declared himself i?gt? "throw open to American trade'' To rhe north of the tratt are the fur regions of Kamtechatka, where, add* the Hkiulu with enthusiasm, ' the advan tages o' tiade arc scarcely inferior to those recently ac quired by the opening of Japan. There is better still behind. The Czar has shown a "willingness, nay. an eagerness," to import not only American iron but American enterprise into Russia. Nicholas, it would stem. 5tas shown civility &nd grant ed "IWriUtieu" to other Americans besides Mr. Shaffuer and tbe celebratfc I)r. Cult run. Model republican* are getting into favor in St. Petersburg. The Hlkami knows Mint a' wide fielt! l.ad bsen opened in the domi nions or hie imperial Majesty for physician*, engineers, mecbaiuca, ai?d manufacturers from the United States. And us English and French are <li*tarded, who can say but that Americans may hereafter s apply their places as goveracsse* and tutors, aud be allowed to ic.tiate the ingenuous youth of Rucx'a into the mysteries of to bacco chewing, whittling, and gin sling? Stranger things liave happened. This would indeed, as oar con temporary observes, be the means of "aproading for tbe first tirae a liberal influence among his peop!o." On all sides the Herald finds reasons foi belir.v'ng that it would bo " incompatible with our republicanism"? or our dV.iar-making ? "to destroy the frendly feeling between A aen'i and Russia." Of Russian despotism the States feel no dis Ilk*); with the cau-e of the present quarrel they have nothing to do, pemmer ial mterconrre will be beneficial to both countries, and? "the Emperor is the enemy of our immediate rival." Altogether, ae Russia is deatin?>l tc -mpremacy, there ia no occasion for Amer^vann to quarrel with her, especially If they can so contrive that ic " v. orkiDg oat her destir.y, Russ.a shall assist Ameiica in realising her own." TVc are far from -shoving thut a lioe ci policy, s-'lCsh and sordid as that here indicated, will (in J an echo either iii "he C'biaet oJ Washington or among the better pnrLon of the United States public. Nevertheless, the princi ples the a enunciated havr spread widely amonK large eh? see of tlifc transatlantic community, and have pro duced, Muong other re*ults, fan actual vote of the Foreign AiTnirsi* uimi'.tee in the Ho.neof Representatives, recom mending Vresideat Cieics to offer a ioiin&l wodiation in the dispute between ths European beiiigeront Posrers. SHc.ti me "i/ition smild only operate in the inrterosta of Russia, a iiii, if offered, would doubtless bo rejected t-y tho Uritiah govezamtnt. Tin re is in the .States a nutscr ouHj and, we fear, incro?is.n< section ot the population who ostentatiously proclaim their utter lndi!T?r<m:e to the concerns of ether pans of toe world. America for the Americana ia their not ?, and thoir professtoj a ictal carolessnesH for augtt tisiies. They would look on unmoved 1 bo ugh Napole en's proj)li?:y wera rualUed in an extended sense, and tho Jbr'stian world became civiccd into republican and Cossack, -?ith the AUuu tic rolling bet?ce-.. Against principles so leg:adsd, wl.ch would ih.olatf America from tho community or natirns, axd rendrr h?r unwort >y to participate in the progress, as she would not sympathise in the strung]** of Kuropo. we trust that public ojdaiou throughout the States will oz? long, be rouaei. America has do.io too musii for the ben slit of tbe world, ar.d played too active u pait .n ilh deitiniiH, sow to declare herself .nd'ile out about right ai.d wroug, aggress. on ana r in is tunc*, aon potism nod freedom, merely because separated by -a fow thousand ?t.ios ot water from the scne of conflict. No high minUo'l and gecoi-ous nst-on can w.tnesa without emotion the war maintained in the xaue of justice sgi-inst ?-jioi;lon, in -catevsr part of tho world it may bo carried on. Wo iviH not do our American relatives to much wiuuf as to beliivo it poas ble that th-17 evn vatcli tlie issuo of the great struggle now pending in Europe, with no hightr f*;l>n?: tt.nn a desiri U? reap for tbt-mceH*!' i-ome p? diar's pkofits out of tie convstuuta 3'TilWe Condition of the Gag))?)i Army In tie Crimen. fFroin 'In London Times, Jan. lH 1 Tbcre aie net the dayj for a mero personal, fftatlcue, or ouer pocuiiar triumph. the til 4inpt to extract any thing like credit Or ''capital," as It ? Railed, oat of the ?iixahtroo* state of things In tho Crimea, and the general OTihTiiaPSK' uivrit ui the war, wo uM t-e almost as be'! at the trace 01 the wrelsiiea who prowl ovei the battle field 01 lite beac.0, for the spoilt of the slain or tli9 wreeied. ie migtt. indeed, without much iiileourura, ta?e an aonor ? u . I lam bftn forctd en us ? fa:tvuo . on UK, L? our rr* .Ih aud opponents. For seeks and ?seks wwih we esoostd to a storm of abuse boat ali slues fir what was called oar interetU J or cpltef ?1 misiojUuSenta tii os of the siatont (hinge ft', tie neat of var. Sose *ri . era c?oliy ?esnre<i :h? puolie tie whole / is an uvea lion, un i that the ci mai coinpl > at o- of fatal aeglec Jescnccd in our c<'luum*wae of home asiuufacture, $?? truth o.'tog t>at ail was going on very smoothly and courortably tinier tlio paternal rale of f,or t Raglan, Ln vt ttrnu ?.oi'iiiigiii's, and youihi ni eiCesuec.in? <i!,.n tnis cool j no loiti-f be maintained, oua or twoj urc&j ^mi'N but tlirev Hie blame srhsily and solely on the aditi. ist ration at home. For our Jiirt, wo have <loae our leal to Ueiciibe ib? nU ici lLuu?s just m K is, leuv.ng all the partite canroraed to tettethore f<|ionslb,li'.y among Ueiu=uiv?s an w-ll as they can, only li* og a lUpdt her-1 and there, ?vlien tb<? matter s-?ru%ti to b>3 brought bi m; and tbm, afttr ail, is w oat a>l c ?r cpalttaiLorttini ie? u to i.avo :otto round to. Uere l ley aO are. and not only t hit. but provincial mwuvh per> of all h.m)s ? English, Irish, Ketch ? say'ng wnat ?<e : ave naii all ?H)ii<, "taking >hs bre.,1 out of our moitbs," if itid?e<l ,t T? >> question of pol:L<t] eap'tal, eavi set op)* conft. nlr.g, bnt act -all/ going beyenu eve ry tiing w? have *nM. Bat who my Wi.gti denim the m:T*rin/s ard !mhi of otlf Itnr. < r tun deny tb*.mV I'tey are eonfei .-.ei, villi we knew not wbat e?r .lea, bj the ColMnn-ler in Chief. lhey are confetteou by tae gsnerals of ji?t:afT. From tl-o very mm in eomnianJ ef the ar.iy ? tin mea "hose aliened Inertneis, acapacit/ iod b'lii'lne*^ Lave totu the them* of mtay a complaint, come letter* to their fr*ee d< scribing the ntaie cf things in u -A a- It ?1? descried oy u ourpu/ai or yi.e private lelJiir, tee ntfre unit in iho .nllitary system. .~iomebow or other, ?very'jody vi??s lue far from wiihout, ai;<l irvie's the leipless spec'.atg. of a frightful catastrophe. Fv^ry bouy oomplaiu*. Ule "I vomplaln, you :oa>{.A.itu," a. 1 so on through all the numbers and perions. The uni versity of ;h? compla.nt In l'n worst, feature, foi whilo cerybxlv ailmiu the terr l>Io rta'.e of tliiog", an<l there it no ar^uatat tijxin It, thu eifedltift seems to fl^ander in a Sorbo uiaa My ol ae"pair, under that d-U Cimne riati sky which the ancient* ana-.bed to the sceae of this calamity. The army, and it? rai._ig"i's at h im'i and abroad, dr-atu rat'ier than live, in any wi.%! .g or active beats of the word. Tuey Ml, and se? an3 he ir, tbfcy eves npea't and Intend, bat do nothing. It >? xo from the Mweet to tbe bi|ih*t. * great a-.th'. rity wnling from ibe Crimea *ayi of the Irsdi troope, " ther absilatelv despair, beeoicm reckieti.i. ce?se to ^:?p.ir? tbe'r lo< J, ge .rito hospi'.al, and viie. ' Llereia a p ?.turo oi vhe ( ruMio dlorase ia Ite sapleit form? it. t'je per tou si uie porr soldM'r jtist coue fiou Knglat-d. h?\t i .'jilowi. in '.lie ssme le;ter, a picttu* 9( .fiautUtt iug?? In tiied in jiUtariai at'i auih<?rttiee chirgod wi.L Uie transport. The -?r ler says, that hi'.hsrto '.ho good ciouin^aau oomf9lte*c?4iu^i?iling .kt lUUnUva m.gbt aa well o? in I oaOor, so ntariy imi>onwble m it lu lr*..s [ pjrt Uien^ to thv camp, lhat it ie ao omybo-y kuews by this time. Thvre ia everything la tho world at Balakluva The arrivals fiere loriig De cea-?er were ibesssant ? sli p I. -da u| >?a ship loads, acJ tu tbtm great nuicser< at the very things mast wad ted. N jbooy Mb say what Hits ia n?. I .it Ln .i, for th> re, ws be.ieve, ore still to oe foand all the t^omi.'.s tf paekur-s sett from Una country, an I never hoar J of again. Ha; the army, ills ? a ic.au n a dream, has not . (mi tating wiil'.aui energy 'o ?!re\h out its U..-1 tod ef.ectaaiiy gra^p the wealtti with o t'.s reach It compla.ns, It moans ln*r*.lcu)a'tly and helpltsily, like a patient und?r rXIorof jrta. If it Jons cure, tlen coutet aoothei ? *ve ef tie Crimeto disorder I*, sons 1st* in plans" thut someho' ars a1?r.;i cb ths point cf being l>?<t into eiecjtlon. bu . something, n.mcboiy, some oK i ;.l, some aceb cut, ic.oeflait<ly poetpoues t'iem. Tne yr^at aulh r.ty *-? have <|uote I hi? tritu up a , plan fii the li?fiSport of |))<is from BsU'iVtn to I laJkip. It ha-< rec?'v?d the approval of tUe Q'lar'.or I aastci Geaeral but ftt the ^ginolng of tho nn >e i. it #*? ?Ul mii; a pl.io. Of c.n.-se, ..cthlng an be done without a plan, but it dots occur to un tUat at he date mei'i'jn"! a eoasUlerable n timber of the ' tav vi?s" bad land* d ?u.h the m&MrutJe for iK- tr railway, i ILis that soi.d ac?.?tanre, tvo. d*ij<l"ed into i ' pUn," to be passed fro? offl te to oHt", anl to BS deiii>4 on I when jouiji officers have bscome Olt, and oliofflc*T< i y lung' Wti/ baa tlieis been no tran port aii this timef ! Why -Id *i iaad ia tks C:im?a Aithoot, wagene, or any ' r'gular t] I teas for ths s^aveyatioe of baggigev Ttts I spoloty Is, that in this country cf Ranaom and IVoMk.ii a comuiiltes of old generals have been sitting for mo J ths todtcijt on the best form of carts, and t .at ns'-hi^g ?jtn be joso to save the rstai.aut >i th* r.rm y from eo; s^uctiOB tUl they have ma?e their import. Yet, whtie the attempt to shield tho generals by at 'aoking the ministers is sjmpl/ ridicnlojs.and is. m alrcaly abandoned, in truth nod honesty it must be a i iiltteif that the au'hift'les at bctr.e went to mile- e.jnal ly from '.his Crta?*an_h?ilsks?tt?ss. They, too, see, and bear, i.nd feel, anl otnp'sln, but do t.ot add-e-s them* selves poiit blank to the rented*. Tho!r nteasaree are aimless and ineffective, falling short, Uhe the md man's jawlin, tnd mating nlv a noisy show of energy took to the '.etttt In Tuesday's paper fro? Major Oessrai An gsnte n. linme lia'.eiy en tke intelligence of the mise ries ?u Tered by the s!ck an I wiuaded alter the battle of the Alna, apm the teirf, on the paseafs, and in tee his pitala, oAkclsl aseumnen was given that such horrors sboaM -.o! occur again. The aUserien of the middle pe m??o w*<t as M4 $?< eve* after three mo a the of pub Ue warning and oflt'al meolaion Tae sick an1 wt ended do not, Indeed ae -holly nn: trod for on the gory battieflsld, but they do be in tie mnd, the enl/ bee. they flad in the hospital nnrinees at the camp, wh le tt Scutari, though maty evils are redness.',, ths crowding sod th* infsstloun chs racist of the atmosphere eog n dered by i*. have bwn Intel* sggravatsd to an nlaim.ng (stent. Again . some rannthn am ths ton tellers ef th* ? trnynMn, with that gener ens testing which so well be Somss tho eommorela) -Inst, tffered to sapp'T tks >.o?pi Ula with tea anS sngn gratis. Thai* offer was lscUns4, en the grmnn that there was tea an l s^gnr enou^ in ! the In spital storss at ths cost Of the governnasnt In fact, t. ere was tns, and frota that time to th'.s there 1 haeheso none, crept >hat wn have supplied fmm th* 1 far'), or tie pw itArtrt co'.ki tuy at au eitravagant price from tbe ahip steward* Mid settler*. Vety pot ?IMy order* ktv( bMn tivei; wrj poiMbly supplies have been Mot, and the reeolpt thereof duly notified by the regular authorise*. Yet the weapon h m not reached the mark, and will not reach it. There ii nowhere to be found that penetrating glance, that searching sera tiny , that strength of will, that determination that the thing shall be done by which alone thing* are done. We oon fess that we pot great faith in the human will. We be lieve that 41 where there ie a will there is a way." Bat then the will must be a very r? solute one, and mast override nil sort* at conflicting wishes. We really eannot believe that if either the Minister of War or the Com mander-in-Chief in the Crimea had thoroughly resolved last October that the sick and wounded should have beds to lie on, proper transports to convey them to hospital, weather-tight tent* In the camp, tea and other com fort*. these poor creatures would still 1m without these thing*. Not can we believe that, if nearly three month* ago. whoa the communtoaUon be tween Uallan and the camp was lnterru|%d or ren dered difficult, Lord Raglan and his stall had resolve 1 to restore It by a road tbat would stand the wear and te ir of aa army's traffic in all weather*, that army would have been reduced to its present melancholy state, which is about as bad as if it nad been separated a hun dred miles from its supplies or *hut up in a besieged town. Humtn will may not be supreme, but it is very apt to prevail; and the comparat've strength of human will goes far to determine the Issue of war. Fortune i* not tbe jade that some would represent her. She ia to be wooed and won, but by no feeble or irresolute hand If we wish for lucceis we must first resolve to let no thing we can help stand in it* way ? no favor, no fear, no siniater motive ? above all, no friends; and t'uen, when we have sacrificed all we have, we at least deanrvo to auoceed. Tbc French U?an> Paiim, Jan IS? R:30 A. M. The M untie ur announce* that the sum total of the subscriptions to the National Loan amount* to 'J, 175, - OCO.OOOf. 177,000 person* took part in the loan. Al geria, Corsica, and the offers to subscribe of some of tbe department* during the laat few days are not com prised in ton amount. Tbe departments furnished 13>>,000 subscriber*, the subscription* of whom give a capital of 177,000,00()f At J'arla there were 61,000 eubscribers, with a cspltil of l,3M,0?<0,00?f. Th; foreign tfibscriptiou* are comprised. Eiigl&ml provided a capital of 150,000,0^ Of. , ana Germany, Bel gium, Switzerland, Ace., a similar amount. The Iron Trade of Ureal Britain. ft'rcm tbe ?' rcular of Nay lor, Vickars & Co. 1 During the paet year there have been cr>iuldera,''? fluctuation* io the price* of manufactured Iron, and 0 ? polLuo'i ai d prospects of the iron trade huvn undergone a decided change. The year began with an advance of 20*. per ton, w*r:anted by a previous advance on alt the ra v material* employed in the manufacture, aid an Immense influx of orders from all quarter*, whieu considerably exceeded tbe capabilities of production. The advance was wen re?ponded to in America, and the trade en tin nod in so prosperous a condition, and tlie demand no largely In excess of the make until about July, that in that mpnth a further udvacce of ?0*. for ton was de clared Tho maserx were, so to say, cc-rapelied to Use thi* step to keep pace with the ever rUiog price of tho raw mater .al; but those adverse luduenos which then threatened the prosperity ol the trai.e, ar.d mude the ad vance a deofsicn of questionable policy, ?>oon developed the gravity and tho magnitude of the* character, lu America, the financial pressure, ahicb, instead of pa-m ing away as was hoped from month to miuth, soon took the nature of a commercial crisis, and caused a growiug stagnation of trad*, (n this country, the war, with it* prospective great demand* upon the resources of the teniuiunity, *ud it* ellect of diverting capital from tin usual necessities of trade nto other channels, co ope rated to cause a retrograde movement la the iron trade, la the U&itcd State* the ac vr.oce of lait July was never rt-sfou''ed to. and a 'ready >u Aug i?t and September, B'mt of the inferior braxils cf iroa, auJ particidarly sheet* and p!au?, receded In con,eq ience; aad although no alteration -was declared at the October quarter, pricj* were not sustained, and the waal of orders i?us serious ly folt. Tbe yotr has closed glwmily. A t ast ainiant of capi tal bas been expanded tbr-ughout tbe Iron districts in putt-ng np new furnaces and new works, with a vi?w to adapt the po iern of proiuoiion to the great dvmaad iu the tarly part uf last y?ar; and nosr that moat of tlitae works have begun their operation*, o / are roa-fy to lo so, tbe demand Las entirely panstd away, an J is no; even sufficient to keep the old works well employed. This refers particularly to tho*e manufacturers who have p*.'n:ipaliy depended for their sale* upon the American market ? t-cee engaged in the home and continental i iradts being titill todtra'.ely e nj loved. At the quart irij n?i*tiug*of the ir in maker*, held last week, a reduction of X- per ten was agreel upon, in :ha hope that ih.e deo in? woelo call forih order*. sjbjuiu a statement oi the t >t*l oxportu 'jf iron, fte., from thin pr.rt to the l uito l States end Ganaia, as also their uistribution among the various perti of uest n u'.ion, for '.ha j e.iru 1854 ami let>8; al?oa table of r'<cot< h nianaUttured iron from Ulaigow to tho Cu.tod States and IirltUh North America, during 1854. Cvmparativ* View of tk<i Ur ports uf ilanu/aeturu lion, <fe.j/re?i Hotrpoot tiuring the yrarr IHVJ-M 18t>3. 1 to*. Dc-rtast. M<\ Exports from Liverpool Tups. 1 nu I'utu. Ion' to tho U 3 301,675 232,420 66,^5 ? Exports from larerpool toilrit.<N. America.. 26,939 SJ,7i8 ? 4,72# | Tttal export*, . .'!2f;e74 26 1.148 Tim* ?b*>wiOK a rti cr?a?e r1 ffO 2^0 U hi in the to the lT?lted Ma'.f*, and ?n tnrreine of 4,7'Jil ton* 10 lull if li Ncilh Auicrtca, duii'ig t'ie yv* r i 654, .i|r?-.n<t 1HS3. in, rttfruiH Liverpool lo ISt UniUd , statu, lS->3? I ?Yt !W York. iloston. Drscriptvm Pods, bt.r? ft bolte. . . HoO|m< ?d ' b?nd? thenta and pl*t*e . . R?i.n Pip iron Tfn nr.d ttrav platen TotaJ 18y,6vi' 143,(06 30,974 38,417 total to rhiUtdtlpMa Vailttl State f. 1863. 1844. 1853. 1804. DtienptUm. l\nu. r>i*. TVim. iiu, Rmib, >ar* & boits . ia,60U 0,6 10 97,300 90 336 lioupt* anil bands 1,347 1,022 10,22.1 10,?77 Bheet* and platen. 1,875 1,221 10,104 IvOttO Rail*. ? ?T0 M,407 114.002 Pig ron 10,704 0,t HI 61,752 19 US Tin and Iwm pla'**. 1020 tlw 2o,793 21,1/24 Total ... 27,404 22,662 SOI, 676 232,42(1 t'jportr of Scotch Vanufast *rtd Iron ft urn (?laigow to tXe Unxttd states during 1854. Tout. Boe'etj 970 New York 040 Ran i'raneiseo 77 Philadelphia 67 Total 1,056 Seoteh pig iron, after rar.g.ag irom 75s. to 85*. ptr ton Uur ng the 6m*. dim months of. the year, receded uoout 15*. per ten In November, and ilo**H to-day at 09*. fld. per ton for No. 1 American trandn, and 60*. 51. per ion lor mixed No. other goad brtari' in Glasgow. The ttock* in ulasgow were estimated ? JbiM. 31*t December, 1852. 400 000 31 *t I. Member. 1863 346,000 #let I'ete-o jer, 1854 1^0,00-J Showing a decreaiw of 115.000 tin* ouring the past. J??r, or J5o,100 t*,oi daring the cat*, two year*. The expert* c' Sretcb pig lr> n to Ihu L'nit: I "tate* were, during? 1863. 1454. Tont. 71-1*. N*w Ycrk.. 84,878 60,181 Boetoa.... 38,342 3C,ti.'!8 Pljilade'ptU . ... 16/75 14,^3 Mt'roore 2,631 2,os2 Providence. 3,760 6,2?2 Sew Orlrane #,807 4, Ml Han FraneUco. 00 40 ttundry port* 1,800 2,548 Total .160,847 1 13, 873 Showing a d* .reane (f <1,974 toni curing 1854, a* com pared with 18ft? There ba* been U'tle Ourtuatlon during tba year ia tin plate*. The maaafartare wan sot rtm'inerat.ve, and the cake has bf<- 1> conniriera* ly dt>crea?e.|. In onr tut comparative table we bare grlren the estimated weight of tin 0 porta of tin uil tern* plate* dnring IhM -64. Vt here sabjoln a ??ateraent nhowinr the total nnmlier of boxen exported to the United Btaten and Cannria during the period, with the lacreaneanddecreane to the port* n^ecified: ? 1963. 1154. Dtcriwe. InerriM Rccti To New York . 439,940 349.683 wo.:,66 - Ts Philade'phia . . . 20,716 11,019 lSf>M ? To Ne r Orl'an*. . . . 36,451 30 2; 4 To B'roore ^Ohs'ton 2 1 7"7 ? 1224 To Ronton 31.102 47,2*7 ? 1??76 To Caaad* 17,280 30,4?-0 ? la,i?o Total boxee 5M.140 472,340 111 i 9 to 479 ^ho>'iag a detreaee ia th* jr?ar 1 f 54, < I ?0 >00 t> ae*, remp?r<!'l *lti tee p:ece<Hut; y?ar. t opper aa4 yal metal ha /? been quite *t?tion*r/ a*r;ng tM wao'e ol 1854. DwurrtJL U?.mroai> Accid?-t -A. Train or Cam r?)*[imo.T Vucid? 8?v w?*l PAjanona l.eiian ? No.ic Ku.i.r.D.? A droa ful railroad a jvMeet to"k pla^e reeterday rooming, about 11 o'clock, on the Oh > aad Ml*?iaeipp4 Raihrar far North Bend. We learn that tko i?wn expro** train, leaving tliii city a'. 11 o'clock, Prank Fay conductor, and go'nir at th^ rate of twer.iy roi'eo ?a hour, ?a* thrown from tbo track by the break ing of a twitch bar The loeovotira p?m*i orer an 1 l>e rarie 4UeoaMetod from th* trala, hut the baggage ear and two T?M*ng*r far* were thrown from Ihe track and roupletrly wre:k*d. The baggaff< car wan turned acroi* the track, with the Iwt truck turn.- 1 upon en ). | with th* wheel throagh the ioor af th- car, the **oonJ , truck wa* *eat a dlilanu* of two hacdre! yards down an . embankment >u the left of the road. The breakmau on i thin car, z*ir.? J E. WittheL wa* thrown to the ground, | andwanpieho4 up Ineeamble twe Inndred yarJ* fr >m , where toe ear stopped. H* wa* brought up to Ihe -:ty I la*t ereain* , and taken to h.? family renldea* near the fo^t of P'.tth ntreet. The paneei^era mad* up a pur?e of ?50, and sent it to hia family The firat pVneo^i'r eat wa* thrown to the r-ght of the track, and raa into a gravel train standing oa the aide traek. In this ear ware about thirty pasee afore, male and female. The eat was**aaahe i to pieeee. and teats and human being*, with a red hoi store, were all piled up premUeuounty TB oi* h?an A number J the paaeenger* were badly kurae<t,^hile the reeeaicder were cu*. aal hruined. The ears of the gravel trala were alro im uhed np. The *a coador rear panoeacer ear was t'-rowa to th* telt of th* traeh, and ran throagh the corner o t the ongne ho use a ft w yarde fromhhe track, an l into a U^ imotTre etiadiag in the h?aee This car contained about tweo*y p?-"en sen, th* maiorlty of whom wero atop* or let* bruited.? Ctnaweiibtutlk, /*? J1. Ow lUckMOAd futrnipMilim!. Ru-bmoitd, Jm. 27. 1848 The rmra, c/jxt Canw-r* Aaoococ, tf Henry *. Winm tkemup-Tk. StrunU^j*^ ? ^ ?kk ?rti Know -\otAmgs. , * i"" "V"1 Httlw loc^. M travelling. Jordan grew. rongher and rm^bor aa be proeeed*. Every .Up that he take. InveWea hint 1* trouble*. Not content wttli having declared war u.1.,1 the Know Nothings, and then turned and fc handed blow to Pin* DC., who itood behind him, patunt him ?n the .houlder, confidentially Md eneouregloily whiipering, "Go it"? not content with hitting hla plou< backer i lick in the chop*, which hu f aneed til tho Pope'* friend* to or j out?*Ca.ll yon thia hacking your friend*?"? not oontent with railing up enemies by the tbouaand In hu own party, among the old Jaekaon men the mixed baeia men, and the di.affected Letcher men, thi* political Guy Fawkea ha* just started a new mine, fnll o<" *11 aorta of *xplo*ive material*, in the very vault* of tb? democratic atrongboida of Virginia. Tiiie ia a new and magnificent project of a grand State free aebool eyatem, to which he h*? volunteered to pledge himeelf before the P?ople, mind, heart, soul and body, braiae and wita. 1C there ie one thing under the face of heaven which the planters of Eaatern Virginia abominate more t^nn any other, it is thia mammoth free achool syatem, which ie to tax them for the benefit of what they oontider one of the greatest humbuga on the face of the earth. Thia de monstration of Guy Fawkea has caused the very pillar* ^ ?I the democracy here to quaae and stagger like the lege ? j lU",ken man- 1 h*Te h**,d of the most ardent and intelligent democrats In the State declare that, after thia free achool buaiuese, he coald not and would not support Henry A. Wise, who?> under other circumstances, he would have supporfcd. And Uaa sen timent, 1 have no doubt, ia that of many other.. Tha best uae that can be made of Henry A. Wbe i. to senO him, carcfully ...cured, to the allied armies in the Cri. mc?. it he could not blow up debartopol they might >i well give it upas a bad job. The friends of Wlxe, and Wise himaelf. make trwt run piaints that Lis opponents don' nominate nm ^ go out and cuuvass the State with Wise, and meet hi, a before the people. Well, <vhafs he use of that, xha strongest adversary that Wise can possibly have is with Ui. and that adversary is hiia.elf. wfse been able to answer Wise sin.e he first took the .tump ??1 hauCWnP^U' ,Wi'eind eontlnuaily put. ting licks into each other's br-a lbasket, pulling each ? ? DO?e, kicking each other's posterior*, and gran. plug each other's umbiheal cord in a manner that wouij I J|"8''a '?,,uch "ctentiGc bruiser a, Tom Hver and Yan whole in toe cour.e of this canvaaa, ,nd at ol? I time nothing but the heels ot one Wi.e can be s- ea I s.lckiBg out of the mouth of th* other, and t0 vied I MM. Wuat a the use, the., of Introducing ancthec I ei pec tod wiien he took the fid" ?Hu?tfrt* "meat Wue ^ not obliged to ensu. t hi, fVt! ? in i.*^ J1 * u nn uncom'ortable thing to bo UahtinVi ahJf ? haunted everywhere bj ? M ^ ff0,t'tO ? lant'y invited to Philiinpi by ? ,h.?t <??* no one ty blamo f-jr it *?* ? ?Y.h,' jSH'wST'' 1 .thia declaration of Henry A Wi-.-L. M^aNTo i? " every inch or E0 man hales the .1'*' u uut auow w oar. Henry A. tVise hu to do with th* 'civtT-JC; mischief that an, U, , ortb'lo . alt VJ*' Pope, evtry inch cf h.m-U?ti0K h.m^wor.e tL?n Know NothW \\tk? woul., oi cour7 7f hi eloH 1 ilZLTl 'rVa l otU Ui- ??P<?r^*ndVp1'ri^: political inflaen -e iu Wise'a est * d *h0ra "J V nlZSi I 2E~s?^ws I on . I f -k* (ouimou vealth. lh'vn.11 k- H "JV? I SJto'STAM HSm I clironicl. r .,f event* if 1 failed to m>ntloi^r ' r'7 , I wonder what I was b gun for'1' W'nat I. Know Notbin?* I spsj^s wf,h tb? "??>?? ???i tutiunias* I ?aaran?.eo t<> u* by tte coostltutioni' We h?.-? ahnli t.onuma goo.l.ieafmore than wj taTTw a ? wars I J*t?OW NotMn / . - iu kof'D ?'lfar ni . l . i , .? ta, or -1,. af? kavikg up fi^eVrocke^lt .fi I come ?o?n 1 ?e a .tick. KNOW SOMEfrflNc. I Tlientree ami KthlbltlMU. BlOAPWAY 1'iihtkk? this ? "I ihltshment is e|| nightly by faah onatne audiencea. Seats an prctui' three days lo advance, ao much is the (ru<i opr.' j I spectacle or ? Cinderella" admired. It wilL therefore, | be pres?nt?d a^aln tbla e\ ning, and pro ~ib!y evorjM (renin* thin week. The (MM oi ' Bona VideTre\eI?| len" concludes the amusements. Bowcbt Tnwni*.- This evening ti announced ai tH4 !a."t sppear?n. t of Mr G. C. Charlea, the Irt*!? 'um?< d'sn, and of Mise Char lee, tne representative ef Yackej (Irla. There are four plcces annonnced, came y, ihq comedy of "Irish Assurance and Yankee Mo^-ty, ? the extra-' egauza of " Our Gil," the tmrletta of tU* " nappy Man," and the drtmA of tbe ' Game Cock ?C the Wildetutsa." BrrroN'i Tkvatkr ? Tlir^e very good ytMM Rf an nounced by Manager Burton fur t':i. 1 n? ""?l la the new comedietta jf tkl " Balansa of < vmfort. * Ihe neit is the lavorite burlutta of "Blue Dev.!",'* burton aa Megrim, and the concluding piece is tbe p-? lar .lrama of ?' Woman's Life, Wife Maid, and Mctb -r Wai.uck'h Thkatml ? This house ia every n ?-r It - 1| by large an<l select audience* ? *b? comedy o: ' Te?: ami Country" ia Ihe at.ractive feature ? it >s ' " played throughout, all of the eminent performer of W ater ap|?'a~riri( in the piece. Tbe admired coitrlj of the "Orit'C1' conclude)* the entertainments of t'.fl evening. Awluhan Mi - cm ? SbaVspero's tragedy of " M.iiJ beth," with J. H. Scott aa M*r.:,eth, and M ar I/> Ur .r: Lady Macbeth, le (elected for the afternoon performs:; -ej tna in tie ncnln? Mr Scott appear* a* Wllltam ir "Black Kyed Saaan ' The " Double Bedded Rooru concl idea the amassment*. Cacri iU I II om UTAH TiikaTPk. ? There wfll be t *1 equestrian p?: forms nees given at tbia plaeo of nsau?e| ii en*, to day? me in tlie alteration and cne in the erenj ing- .hey consist of a variety of beantlfui feat- ia f-<f ring. Tfoori's Mi^'trkia ? Tbe prog nurnia for Ibis evenus ia mnch tbe ?M m laat night Negro melo-itee. instrul mental pieces, and the burlesque of "Robert MaaC Aim." Brciui'< uniMtOI.- This popular band ere in career of great auccese? the in a' ru mental pieces art I piUl, and tbe burlaaquea are adfuired by every m. Hem Chai-ki. ? Donaldson a r.tliioplaa Opera TrolH ?M atill play in* at Hope Chap*! '.b?ir [rograuuse 'c| U> ? evening cannot fall to draw .. good house. Mi>. K. Q. Hoon, tbe mecbiuiit of Hucklev'i I Hon ? take^ his beueat to night ? it is hoped h s friei il ? ill do their duty. si ( li?ri?e CsurrolC* Orandsesi. TO TU? EDITOR or THB MEW TOM HWAi.D. A Washington < orrespondent alluiea in your paper the 1st inst. to a bill ia Congress for the "relief Cileries Carroll, a grandson of Charlee Carroll, ef Carrol ton, for arrest aad false imprisonment, as a deaertd from tlie United States army I ?--eg leave to atate tbJ ihers .* not, nor has there been, a grandson or a gre?| iraideon ef Cnarlea Carroll,<if ( arrollton, n tb?* army. haw fMB, Feb. i, 4?&&. VL1DK. Tn* Wth imantio Man. Kobbhi^? Baaestn maiV robber,! has been held to t.ail by Eraetni Feq , I Biti-i -tiatea Covmlaaioner. in the aum of There are three separate indictments against i ? a*cu?^ ?one for havtng a United Mates mall ley In hia poaa'l s^on with intent t,i uee tt unlawfolly ? i one for lobbing ' ?' mat I on tie 2M of January, aadoi.e for robbing t'io n < on the r.h of January. I We learn fre ns the Boston Pmt that Baaeonsh *a< f merly en^lwyed in a telegraph office in that city.? Ilai^ far* Timet, Jan. 31 . Rwoval or Col. B. F. Brn m fob Dt-o^si wicrorO tins. -The Commander In-CMef has reiaovl C. 1. ReaJsmiaf. Batter from bis station mC >!.??< tbe I h Har*aeat ef Light infantry. The eaase of S retroval la ' e refoaal <n Col. Batler to eiecnte the 'H commanding M o to diahand N - foreign company ccl iec*s l with h. Hp nient.? H"$hm J-vn*l AW. %