Newspaper of The New York Herald, 10 Şubat 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated 10 Şubat 1855 Page 3
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*i|M iodntHyrhlm. If the head of tbe miaiatry wop t da fytheii ft haa to be dim* la aa <irrt|(itr way. Md oon <Udi?i la dona tkaa if the ua at A* head of the government doea hia duty. (Cheera from hoaoratle membera Mated near Lord J a ha Ruieell. ) The eouree which hi i been panned In the preeent caee te unfair, both to the government aa<1 to tha colleaguea of the in dividual to wham I have referred. (Hear, hear.) There la one other point which I wish to Impreaa upon the Boaee. If we are to ret out of thla meaa it will require no ordinary energy and no abort paltry meaa urea. The government muit do a treat deal, and let the Houie prepare to do ? great deal in ite turn. Let them give the Miaiatar of War all tbe power he require#? let them pa?i acta of Parliamect it liewanta them ? let him be, in fact, for the time, a apeciea of military dictator. Ttiat Eu/Wn 1 fa net a military Power ia pretty clear from the exhibition we have been making at Bebantop >1. But why do we cut our military force in two, and why do w* not put our Indian force into tbe Queen'a aervii<? t Hat ao cr?at haa been tbe repugnance to thia atop, that when the Duke ( of Wellington anktd for Sir Tbomaa Monro tobebia xecond in command in Bpain, all bia inliuance wai unable to procure the appointment. At that time tbe whi^a were alttiiu here (on the oppoa Hon benchea). aud op lohing and decry ing the Luke of Wellington (Hear, near) Hut no tne Ik decryin? tbe preaent war or re fuaiug the government the aid they re^ 'lire ant it will be tb? f.ul- of the governn ent if they do not do what la wanted. (Hear, bear.) My right honorable friend (Mr. S Herbert mar reat aaauret :nat he is tbe laat in<n to be found tuuit with. Uul If 1 am aaked who 1* the true culprit, I -.i-ouM accuae, tlint, the total iguorance of what tbi s: my undertook ia ^oi'iar to tbe Crlmsa and in bealegint; Bebaatopol; and, ae-indty, tbe totnl incompe tency oi Lord Aberdeen to i-ulo a comm>K.iarlat sompoaed of trvaaurt cleika I hardly know the Luke of Ne<vca? tie wbeu I ace him. but I have known Lord Aberdeen long, and 1 mutt lay that I am friendly to him for h<? amiable and peaceful, but not for his belligerent, quali tiff, (Cheer* ) Colonel Konta attributed the chief bin me of the dsfecta Cif ouraimy organization to the House, which refined to grant money for military purposea. Mr. Miln:s conal'lcrt-d that the ?vili complain? 1 of were the renult of a long ayitom of public neglect the correction of which required a atrong aad vijoroa? ad- ' ministration. He opposed tho motion. Nj one, he . thought, could believe that a committee wait a fair and proper tribunal for such an Inquiry. Tbe Marquis of Oraaby digre-.aed Into the <tu 'atlon o' tbe policy of the war, which he condemued, being con vinced that the Emperor of Ruaaia never In'eadel to ! aeiie upon tbe Ottoman Empire, and that tbe malnta- | nance of tho balance of power in Europe waa not the real i object ol the war. Mr. W- Ij.ndhav su.d, a* the government woul 1 not ?dopt tlie measures, he thought necessary he should Ct bii support to the motion. Another ground was. t a Urge portion of our noble army in the Crime* had perished, !.e belikvpd, thro.igh neglect. A third reuion was the Mate of the tiansport ssrviee. llr. I^atabd nid he had no Intention that even'ng of entering into detail', thoush he could ssarcely gire a si lent vote; hut, as usual, his right honorable fri-n 1 tie Secretory at War had dragged him into details, with which, on more than one occasiou, he bod troubled the Bouse. The right honorable gentleman was generally ao ingenious in liii speeches that they required lollowiug to ahow what hid abatements really were. He did not for I moment insinuate tbot tho statements made by the i igbt honorable gentleman WIN not strictly true, but they vera put in a form l'kely to mislead. The right honorable geutieman hod attempted to justify what had occurred by occurring to even's in bistorv. But t>?ey might aa well consign all books of history t ) the fl tmea, if their purpose wos not to warn those who followed to avoid the erroisof post times The right honorable gen - tlemon said that after Tolovrea a state of tbingj existed similar to tliot which now existed at Balaklara; but, surely, if a great minister undertook o great war, the flist thing he should do would be to refer to history to a?e now that war should be carried on, and to see what mistakes had been committed in order, if possible, to ovoid them. (Qeor.) Having to o certain extent ju al lied the oirors which hod been committed^ the right ho norable gentleman attempted to defend them ? fir ft throwing the blame on the system, and then, he re gretted to soy, on the army. If be remembered right ly, Parliauent endeavored last year to compel the gov ernment (an they had to compel the government to do almost everything) to alter the system, and some kind of promise was given that the system shculd be alterel. That system had not been altered (hoar, hear) ; it remained in precisely the same state now as at that period : n> amalgamation tiad taken place; nothing whatever bad been done. The tight honorable gentVman then threw the blame on the army, saying there were no officers capable of command in a brigade. (Several honorable members, ia the ab sence or Mr. Sloniy Herbert, ventured slight expressions Of dissent.) The right honors'jle genilemin said nn re gimental officer knew anything about brigade service. (Hear.) lie wanted to know why some paltry jealousy v.ss allowed to prevent employing men who had gained experience in the great wars in India f He tooi the lo etance of f-'ir Colin Campbell. To him we owed one of the greatest victories wo ha<! gained in Indis. ITIjs < r vices wire at the disposal of the government. Did they put him in command of a divi-i on' No! but in the com siano of a bi igsde, under a gcner.il offiser who had never seen a shot llied and knew nothing about a campaign. (Hear, hear) Who were the other general officers' lie did iy>t wUh to gay anything unpleasant, but the t 'me was come when they must speak out. (H-ar, hear) One general officer had returned trozn Ind a with a some what doubtful reputation. He did not proatiac* whether that reputation had leen justly nssaili'd, bat there wan oo qisn who would not acknowledge it muit have a very hsd r fleet on those who served under liiui (Hear.) Other commands were given to o* hers no lets ? nrompetert. aad yet there were m< 11 who had seen <?r vice of sue# a nature in Inlia aa entitled and qualified "them to taUe part In the great ev?n*.i whbb had taken place in the Crimea. Then, the right honorable gentle man ss:d that our soldier' were taken fr<m a olasi of i-eople who wore tlepe iient cn other*? they could not, lie said, even make their own be Is. He would remind the House that our sailors were ttken from tin same material ? <al'ors aid soldiers were slike Englishman. Why was there any difference t Wh-n a soldier entered the ranks he was, in ofTcct, told lie mast no longer ex ercise hie intelligence. The tailor, on tho contrary, was called upon every moment to exercise his intilligeane, and tbot was the cause of the <"!ff?r n<?e l.etween the two aervire*. In tho French army tho sol lier was in I viry nearly the same position si the sailor in tht Eng- ' lish navy; his intelligence was called out In tbe same manner: and no one could stsy a week In the two armies without perceiving how far better the French soldier, performing his duties int<lligentiy, was than the English, not because ho was a better or a braver man. but because be served under a hotter system. (Caeers.) If they wished to gc to the root of the evil they mast go to | the Horse Guarde. (hear, hear,) snd not till then would ' tbe evil bo radically corrected ; it would continue, snd be the eaase sgain, as it was non, of half the raschief of -which complaiot was made. (Hear, hear ) The right j honorable gentleman had attributed tbe greater part of those disasters, which ho vai forced to --onfess had be fallen us. to the want of a road from Ralaklava to the camp. The noble lord, the member for tbe city of Loo ?ion, actually said that if the government couM have foreseen that s?ven miles woul ! have intervened for tbe transpoit of food to the army, they woull have hesitated before they undertook a cani-aign of the kind. [Lord J. Rnsfe'l expressed dissent ] lie understood the noble lord to say, that if the government had been aware the army would bo so placed a* to have seven miles be'.weea the point of communication snd the camp, they might Lave bes.tsted. [Lord J. Ruiiei; again slgnitlod his dissent] Ho begged the noble lord's pardon, but, te would ask. had any army ever en'ored on a campaign without the possibility of seven miles ia tervening between the point of communication and the > camp ? (Hear, hear ) lie remembered Is -t year, In the winter, Hi r Majesty's government applied to him for in formation <n various subjects eonoecte 1 with the East ; among other questions, he wss asked if any class of in dividual* could lie engaged as pci'ers. and it was stated there wss some intention of engaging Ureeke He stated that if they engaged (Jreeks they woild all perhaps ran ] ?way or be spies; out there <vs? a nation, tbe Arme niana, wbo MM as porters at Constantinople, and might ' betrnstsd. He waa asked whether t'oey were M'issul- I mans or Christians. (IjangLter.) He aaid tbey were Christians, and suggeeted thst. as ibey were favor&bls to the Turkish government, a brigade might be formed of theas, to be used especisliy ss carr'O r>. That sugrestl in. like many others, waa nrgwctH, and, notwithstanding all warning* 00 means of transport were provide!. The right ' honorable gentleman laid means of transport were pro- 1 Tided, but tbe horses were Uft beh.nl at Varna. ^touU tbe Hsuas believe that those horse* were 1 not ca'culsted for transport ser>i ' They were effi ors' V01 set . and how irete the offers t.-e*i?i5> OSHiers of a't ; grades, many with only their raiserrblepittan-e of Rev to live on. were required to bur two horses each? in ;ome tases four or five? and will r. a fee uays the army left , Varna; tbe horses wets left t h ere to die. and not one six l?nce of recompense hsd bf?n r? e'ved by these gentle- ! it en (Hear ) The* were the several thousand horses which tkfl light honorable gent'eman said the govsrn | went hs l jiroeurrl at Varna for '.ranspert service. Then it was said th' re waa n wagon train. It w?s true wa ,-ons weie 1 ul, but when tbe s-my landu! tiers was no 1 wsgon Ugijs, ???!, what *s' u") of ia war, the ?f j iMtl na<i to catty on their Wks sT#rjttiiK in the world. II ,w could officers ?Ui th?.r duty whea redueod to be leas s of bur lan" It eould have beeu bettor to ?acriflcetLe transport of a wlale rejimsn' th^n expose the officers to such treatment. The resalt wss thst by the lime the army reached fulsslav* a Urge num be of officers wtrs dei' or UBib.4 to serve. (.Hear, hrar ) The righ'it I. ">c ,rabl? gentleman said th?y hsd provided * transport s?i?i-e, but the borsis were ieft b?lind at Vsras, and died for wsntof icod HurelytVat was no rx a-e tV a; w<s there no f< od tb- r Tie fsrt wss, the oaimissaria' looks 1 00 horses awl males ee nweMMs not reviiring fool. As sn iastsr.ee. bs rsmetcbercd 41 muhs being teat frem \ ?r oa to HaUklava without any provender being put on I <>s id for the passage Fort mate!/. It was a gr.? n ?U p, and by ee-e-piog op the hold a little corn was nbta'ned . tii>t suit, lent to feed the poor animals ontQ their arrival ill Bsla'. isva. (Hear, beat) I-e gove.n ssm eere toid th?y would waat all the ncc*M4rlra of life m Bill rsria that tie coeintry wss a!mo?t depopulated an' 1 its re svnrces etkssiMt. Be eacgested estabHshing a market r ioope. and took tbe neatest trouble t?-fo at out bow ? isilabls it eould be, wliether for 4a army at Varna, at r. baMojml. or In Asia Mo'*, i'rom Jhiope thsv rafght hove hs<l s full supply of fsesb aaeat an! proveeler. and lr n little 'rouble they might have o'^tainsd regular trafc-port strvtee frees the peop'.s of thp -oab try. Rut oa * tts gOTerniuent would not lis ten to s single msn wbo knew the roiatry. and they made * rule not to employ any one who could ? 1 1 tier speak the language or ha l been ia the ceuntr/ ? sfor* He remembered recommending a gentleman who bad been niaay yoof* in tbe country, aa t spoke tho isngaage as waitwlHdid Lnglish. hot w)ien Ihot gen tieman sent to a gallant officer oa tbe subject, he was toM that it was Sestred to engage bis services, hot be (cuM net be piqued In * pesit'oa to line with tbe officers . ,( mm tbe gentlemao rst-ised entsvialning any lur tber proposals. Bee* ass the governmev.t con 1 1 not krenk tbronch the system, they must 1 mploy 8lr Chss 1 revel tins clerks, who hod aever oeeu eervieo, aa I who did oo't speak a word of the language ef the country to which the- were going. fCheers.) The goeerno^ot seat a een'lemaa to Cooetantloople te make a report oa the country He reeoOeeted eolattes oet the ahenr llty of eeadiog s gent leasee who knew aethiag of the lea gNfe, teiepwit ea the state ef Tgrkey tte aiiit population, u dtHaroat >? black from white, u4 be iru Mt with a reference to the mi* | port wi 1U i*iti of wnat; or eighty *ut> jecU. That vu exactly what he conaplaiied of ?that they were iaduoed to b^eve they had information on mattar* which people who had Bred la Turkey half their Urea knew very little about. (Hoar.) The right bouorable gentleman, the Secretary of War, had adverted to the larm number of transport* which had been employed by the government, but It appeared that those transport* had only beta engaged In convey ing good* to Balaklava and back again without ever landtag anything. An honorable friend opposite hat given them an account of the itate of affair* at Balakla va. and had particularly instanced the want of vegeta ble*. Ibii waa airictly true, for he (Mr. Layard) had liimaclf been a witneai to it, and had aeen the unfortu nate soldiers brought down to carry upon their hark* enormon* sack* of potatoes and onions, which they were naable to remove. The provisions might certainly have be an abundance uf clothing and vegetables, but un'ess the \egfcUliiea had l>e*n consumed und the clothing worn, what was the una of sending them -Jiere.' (Hear!) The Houre has been cimpietelv mystified by the accounts which had been given of t tit Priuce They weretoi I ttiat that unfortuauto vessel had all the winter clothing on bi-ard, and that the fact tbat such clothing was there showed that the government hal not exhibited the negligence of which they had been accu<el. Nov, in point of fact, the Priuce lia<'. not <>n board what was str'ctly otlled winter ciothiug, but she had on board such clothing as the troopi m'ght have put on any day in the year. There was no apecial oloth ng whatever to euabit them to stand the severity of a Cruaeiu winter. (Hear, hear ) There waa not a single rig of th*t des cription, all that was on boat J being a certain number o! shiit*. itfcklngs and other ?rticl??, which woull ilftTt btfB given out to the soldier* in England or any other place. (Hear, hear.) Anl now he would for a moment call the attention of the House to thi ca>a of the (lege artlllerv. Ihey were told tbat so far back as the spring of last year the government contemplated a deeceut upon the Crimea. For the sake of the govern mrnt theuist Ives, he could not believe tbl* to M the case. It apptarft to him to be Imposdble. considering the nature ot the siege train sent out. (Hear, hear.) 1 hey l.ad already heard that there were no mortar* in tha miscalculated for a aiegeof such magnitude a* that of ik'bastopol. The mortar* available were of very small calibre, ami th- re were no siege gnn* of any sine, tho-t* at hand being merely calculated for a campaign in Bul garia, in besieging such small places a* the Hu 44 tans might have taken. (Hear.) T.ut, even in Bulgaria, they wonld have been unfit for service, as no horaes had been sent out with the siege train, and, in conveving the gun* to the heights before Hebastopol, they had boen compelled to use the horses of the Horse Artillery : and then there were only *0 many rounds of ammunition sent out as, at the common rate of tiring, would be ex hausted in a day. The right honorable geutleman, the Secretary of War said, every eudeayor would b<i made to fit up the hospitals; but why had not this been dooe be fore? (Hear, bear ) Did the government think they could go to the Crimoaand fight battle* there without hav ing anv kilted and woundedV The French evidently did not think so, for they had alreadv established their hos pitals, Ac. No outcry had been heard against their pro. ceediug* in tbat reipect. On the contrary, their hotpi tals were admirably arranged, and not one man had been suffered to di? from the want of proper accommodation for the sick and wounded. The right honorable gentle man told them the government were now about to tend out a commission of inquiry. Mr. S. Hxbbbkt obaervediliat the commiiftion wn aent out on tli* 7th of November laat. Mr Latarp laid, that tu after many or the which had overtaken our troop* had occurred. It now appealed that lord Raglan had been directed to mike a report to the government upon the itate but how were they to get at the truth in that report. Did they think that If \hey examined tlie o??J" would tell them all they felt? Not a bit of It. And how would thene report* be m ide? Were they likely to be fair report )?' On the contrary, and very natural!* tao, would not all that lefleetcd credit be given, and al that wan unfavorable be kept in the background? (Hear, hear.) That wa? the nature of the report* they would 2et and not tt'e leant dopendenca could be placed upon them. The light honorable gentleman had ankedtf com mluioner* were to be aent out audi a* tho*a aeot out by the French republic? Thl* wa? certainly no wvclutlon ary war, but in the ca?e referred to by tbe right honor abie lantUman the army wa? In a eta to of <femor?li?a tion, and it nai reorganised and tod on to victory, performing dceda lately exceeded in the previoita lit.tory of the country, la c(.n*Mnence of the eflorta of the commUsloneri'. Tlie Home were told that, through the vlcioue ayatom adopted by the gOTemment, the medical oftlcor* before S-Sbaatopot bad resigned in a body Of courje lord fUg lan tetui-ed to reciire their rce'gnatlon, but the matter ! waa a very aerioue one, and it ahowad how badly the Bovrrnment department* muat be managed when the I medical officer., finding they were unable to dUcbarge their dutita properly, were compelled to reaign Ina | to.lv. (Hear, hear.) He bad no w.ab now to enter into any full detail* rupectlng the war. He knew, a* the riifht honorable gentleman told tbem, that the govern ment ton Id not KT?t-t thls committee, for If auch a com mittee were (llttog up atair* the handa of the mi nt would lie *hac?led, and dUcloiute* might be mtde which would be most prejudicial to the public aerviee It wa* not, however, in that reepect that he ahould vote upon the motion of hi* honorable friend. He ahould vote upo* it diallnctly b*:au*e he believed It to be a vet* of coBfi'lcnc* or v) cooflden:*, an I notbecautofor 1 a moment he imagined that ?ne!i a committee eould bt ^Seeded. (Hear, hear.) They had be-n toldlt would bo well to let tbe matter re?t no*, for the noble lord the member for Tiverton wa* Minuter for war, and all thing* would go on tight. It would not. how.ver .lnke the ie?olution he had como to when he found th*t at the laat moment, with imminent danger hanging over their head*, the government had appointed the noble lord the member for Tiverton Mime*?r for War That Mirt of thrn* bad been going on now fcr the l*<t twelve mon'ha. lUd they not laat year told the governui.at that the proper person for Miniater of War waa the noble lord, the member for Viverton t (Hear, hear ) He "ell renumbered l.ia lamented friend, the Ute minaberfor Maryleboa*. making a motion In that houne upon thu veiy subject, and now, at the laat moment, It wa. rf mltted that tlioae who held that opinion were right anl i the government were wrong. But eueb bad been t?? caie in every thing. ( Hear, hear.) l**t year bonorah^ ' member a propoaed an amalgamation of the WarOffica, ai?d the office of the Secretary at War. it eliould be done, and the Honae libei-ally voted 117,'WO on the uuietetamHng that the amalgamation ahould take place. But what th.n occurred? AmIIi duke i wa* appointed at the bend of the War t)??*. and he I i Mr Layard > bad euapoaed that the new m.niatar would have iboaen a. bli under .'cretar e* aome I*r?0l?? wh0 knew armething of the famine*. of anch a department, but be found one of tbe under aecretarvebipe waa given j to a relative ol the noble duke? a miliUry man againat whom he had nothing to ?*y-*?d tbe other to the noble duUe'i private iiecretary (Hear, hear. ) It wee reallv aitoniabing to *ee how the public mtoreaie were trlB*l with. and. unlee. a tetter eyatem were Home of Ctmmcn* had better at once reaign It* tunc tion*. Then, again, the transport eervioe* wa* brought under the noti:e of the tiovernmeut, but nothing wa* ,)on* n the matter until MinlaWa **w that the """"t'T wa* determined to have a tran.port aerviee, ?ben th*y ?tepped la and eon*?nto<l to m??? one. Time after time be and other honorable gentlemen had rleen ^n that houne to etato that there wa* no blockade In the Black he* Over aid ov*r again he wa- flatly the t'irat l.wd of the Acmirally, jnd^oll that there waa a blockade He (Mr. layerd) told tbem th.t th trade la tbe Week Sea wa* a* open a* It ever had been, that many of our merchant* had baen r?ih?ed, and th** ^ commerce wa. being carried oa regularly by <ire<rl. m*r <1 a nt a t.ut be wie coutradi-ted more than Mpe, though' they now found a notice l*eaed toe?UblJ?h a b'oAa<le fiom tbe 1*? of rabrnary na*t. (Hear. M a?^l Reallv. thi* wa* laughing et the public be <Tuld a??t underatand bow people could 1 allow tbem aelvee to be tr.ated in *uch a fnai.ner Wa. lt Uue er tot that there bad b<-n a bloukade It waa evident that rone bad ex'ated. in*?m'ieh a* they now found that fact admitted by *h.|?vern m. nt tliemneive* ( Hear, heer ) Th. other day a <??*? plaint wa* m?<le that meiiala bad not been given for th? .-tion at Ratal lava, but "hen the e^jJSrt itrcng feeling enurtaired by tfce public In that reepjWt tbey at cnce coaeeded the matter. Md came dawu U the Hou-e to aay that a m^.al woull be hear.) haw, waa tble ?tote?m mehip, ?r what wa* tt I id It n. t beer out tbe truth cf flie wor la of a cl^brated . Eaglirb writer, that it wouU be of tlttU detriment to the pubi;c ?ervtie to threw a pte<r of oraafe '",o tb I ,.taPf rourltan) ?nd m*V* t%f flrit ui?n who picked it ^Jmin?ete?f ^H.ar lear. and l.^ghter) .Ucat even t. l or- on; mo" afrongly 'be truth ?< We "??* of Mr Car< vie Kifber U?rd R*gl*o waa .eat out at th head oft ha "xpeditloa, or be -?? not If whv throw aty I lair e upon blmr Upon all ?.de there ri:Vi . ..m, _l e ?' archly kn? w wliat to ebaraet?rii? U i -tbe .am. *a< nice of public r"*' *lb^fiSL Vf At'b^a. r?.t? He miaht almo?t warn them of tbe fa* of Atheu. an* l lerence^aii'! a.k if it wa* creditaMe -hea tb. v-ry with re-aeet t' Aortria but be woul l mo-b ra?h?r that t;? noble friend had adhere! to the former ?r "-a H did not me.a to *av that AuetrU woild aotjoto the treaty. *n4 ultimately deal wit* ^em: k..t wb( it I ha4 ?he Me bitbeito ? he a one word upon bar part m gh i Ltt?MvedbaU of tboea who bad 1i??n ?aerlieel 'n the i C,in%r (Heer. hear, an! chee?. , DU they th.ah that It u Mia would have advaaea<i beyca l Odtaea, If A etr a ba4bM* agalnat ter CV.U'af, not Aal h-.e c,M ?e by voUo# again.t the moti* of lil? boo. fr. nl. ?how any confldeaee In a govern me Bt who bad .h?w* themetlvae ?o laeepeble (He?r, an4 chaeee > *l *? ? ilm.tted by tb? government theintelvee that tb?r livl n.ide a gigantic m.atake. and lia l br ight ti l'- ^ ' | rit 'e poelwan; and he Suited the fl )u.e , h!m a few momenta, whlla he ead-avorvd to |>e?at out I ? leal'f rrltical noeit?* in which we aoe ?toai. liking at the Crimea and Sebaitopol a? notblag, it *ntieai<d tliat the govern men', were aiw eoa en il.tfa. th.ir eaerrle" on pot ed tweat aal warm cto'.bl'g ? eertaialy mo?t laipoetaat th^oga, but n* I ,i" ' f. i??...rUn: thing* to be looked la. W aat wa. thermal w??tion of the eountry at thi* moment^ We with a flBBntlc Tower, and oer army? what little army we now had? wa* in the Cr me* and "ml*; not ?>e draw a thence lu what anrilma did Ru..la ma?* ika had upo, tie bordera ^ Aw a va? army, i which It wa' highly probable, ** eooa ?* thewarm *** ther aet in would marah upon 'tnnj"' XITl lUiriUd oTtmin tli# "tow . V 1 whet waa 14 ha ewr pa.lttoa .r Itueaia gainad of traeiaam, ?A awH m hee arfr Tba g* rmm*at did natbiagCt T~r, I ^ thl gwntlenian they then east wee eae al great aMlitlae. ead . w hem ha ahoold ba glad to aea '"^r{I?V^U^n?er* Vat be waa wat unite the maa to aend tofer.U Thar* wa*. hawevev. a maa wha. above all etkew, wae *ap??? af ..r-ylag ontha dlptow-er '*,r^^r. a geatlemaa wrtl a^'M^ V! eaunt.y, elth ladm, and With Mjaraat eauatrla. he referred ta Cateael Hawlla-a, wha. * Mm aaa the aae ta eead ta rar**. aad wha I. army H ??,??? ?eatf the gnaramea' tte (Mr . Uf ard) tad strong rHMa for beii*vmg that before long i the (onruMil would uot be able to bring Parala (a to their ?/?Urn o( policy. If th*y did not Uk? Sebastopol Portia would bo against thom, and in the court* or ? year would ba at Bagdad, whea our poa*e*sion of India would bo? lie would not *ay imperrilled, bat at any rata greatly abaken. And what wit the position of EuropeT All the troops had been taken from Bulgaria and throw* into the Crimea to aulat our unfortunate aimy in re pairing tbe miatakea mad* by the government at home. Turkey bad been deprived of all defence, and tne gov- , ernment were doubtful of Ui? roam* Austria would take. (Hear. ) He could not helieve that eha would not take part with ui, but if the dil not Russia would be at Con etantincpl* before a iin|1e regiment could ba s??t to oppose her. Even supposing that Russia felt upon Aui tiia, raiaed Hungary againit ber, and beat her in a pitched battle, what wan there to prevent Russia from going to Constantinople.' If ihe did what va1 to uit the army and lire I thin country had now before .He- ! btatopol* fHcar, hear ) In *uch a critical potitlon he did not thin* ilia affairs of the country ought to bs ad ministered by n.en who bad shown themselves ao lacotn (?etent in war and incompetent In diplomacy; and ha 1 eoul ! not by hi* vote to night show tli- (lightest conl dene* in tlioae wl o had betrayed what he considered to be the beat interest* of the rountry. ("Hear, hear." . and cheers.) Kit the first time, brave heart* which bad never desponded weie despooling at the st.ite o! things existing in the Crimea, lie had received letter from two gentlfm n he knew well, and from whim b* ha t never bean) a word to say they doubted or feared, H'ating that at la*t thev must confers thing* were des perate. (Hear, hear ) This, then, was not the momeut to hesitate ; and it was only by thj country compelling the House cf ((.rnwus to take the matter in their own bun Is, and having men equal to tho occasion to carry out the policy of tbe country, that they could hope fo aate'v. (Cheers.) He believed there were men win could do this, and who could save tbe country. Tney n.wst have urn to carry out a policy worthy uf th? rountry. and if 1 bat policy were not carried out, they . might 'depend upon it that England ere I>ng woutd be reduced to the position of a second rat? power. (Hear, bei>r ) It wai with these couvlctloni? these so lemn convictions? that he fait himself compelled to vote in fsvor of the motion of his hon. IrienJ. (Cheers.) Sir O. Grxy said, he opposed the motion without the slightest doubt or hesitation, thinking he should betray his public duty by sanctlon'ng a precedent for commit ting such an e'nquiiv to a select committee, an i be was surprised that uuy (in* ahould aaaent to a motiou th* only effcct of which would be to paralyze the exertions of the government at a most critical period. But he did not rest his opposition npon this ground alone ; be had : other and wider ground*. He admitted that the House 1 wsa entitled to the fullest Information, limited only by considerations of puhl'c interest ; but this motion involv ed a grave and serious censure upon departments of th* government vhich waa not dessrved He did not aasert that no mistakes ha'' been made, or that there had been do want of iore?i|iht. but h* believe! that the *vil? were not the result ot incapacity or Ignorance, but mainly of tbe Inexperience arising from a 40 years' peace, *nd It wa* unjust to lay lb* Uame of these remit* upon any iran. Having replleJ to Mr. Layard, fir George adverted to td* explanation given by Ijani J. Russell, and observed that b? did not understand that, wb*n his noble friend suggested thst tbe offices of Secretary at War I and Secretary cf State for th* War Department should lie combined and placed in th* hands of a member of that House, he con?id*red it esaentisl to the con iuct of tb* war. 11* (Sir George) admitted that, knowing what tbe feelings of th* country were, he could have wished that, when the original appointment of War Secretary wa* made, It bad been con srrsd upon I<ord Palmerston. Mr. Waipoi.k said, after tbs speech of l?r<l J. Russell, It appeared to him totally impossible to r**i|t an Inquiry ot rom* kind, and the only question was wnaLfthat kind should be. After tbe declaration made by (he nobis I.ord, a refusal of inquiry would creat* disappo ntment and dlssatiafaction throughout the country. He denied that an inquiry in onld be detrimental to th* public In terest. It would be precisely similar to the inquiry In stituted into the Walcherrn expedition, except that that wasc ouducted before the whole house; but he thought a select committee infinitely preferable. As to its ham pering the army authorities, nothing could be wirse than their present position ? at the mercy of writers of private letter* charging tb* generals with Incapacity. Mr. V. Smith, contrasting those part* of the speceh** of I ord l'almerstou and Sir G. Grey, which referred to tbe atate ol tbe Cabinet, raid that, if this waa simply a question of coufidence or no confidence he ali>uld be prepared to vote quite at h's en**, for he could not vote confidence in the government at it exUted that evening. But he put that question aside, and with resoer' to the propon** inquiry, who, h* asked, were to oe tbe w I eesses to be *xanilned V There ought to be a commlss'on on tbe spot. Such an inquiry bvfore a committee of that Hou>e would be utterly impracticable. He should vol" ? gainst the moti in. After a few remark* by Colonel Sib'horp. and a speech almost inaudible, from Sir J. Kitrgerald. understood to te condemnatory of the Commander of the British force* in the Crimes. Mr. KMUBTinr referred to certain pr*c*denU, and, on the motion of Mr. Stafford, with the ooninireuce of I-nrd Pa'msrstou, the debate was adjourned until Mon day. Ihe House adjourned at a quarter of twelve o'clock until Monday. THF. WAR IN THE CRIMEA. RUSSIAN KKISFOKOtiUF.STS. A letter from Ik'ea**, of tlie Ot it ult., In tli* Oil Deutieke Post. ? 1 am able to inform you positively that the l'uaaian* have taken nil th? ncimr; in "ivir"i for auumlng Ult 9*re??lT? ta th* Cr'nwa, an l you m\y khartly expect U hear of their moving for ward, a* t'?-jr liar* received tha neceaiary r*loiorc*awat* Tbo Warn tltrcr of Viena*, of the 20tU ult , earn mat tbe exertion* mode to ?end large bodiea of troof* to th* Crime* from the Danube are ine*?aint. Prlnc* (JoHaohakoflr, on tha Itb, ordered Mineral l.uder* to mak? a diversion nlo th PobrtuUrha, In order to prevent. If po**ib1*. the Tork li'in leaving Varna lor tbe Crlm'a. l-*rg* bodi? a o Ruxlan troop* bare been ordered to concentrate tbrin eelve* at PereUop eo n to afterwaida advance on Kupa toria kit' I attack tbe plaee, by auauH, if nac*v?ary. TH K RfMIAN I.O'S. According to acaor all from Odet*a, ? 1 a '??! to bl >le lived fiorn official ?ource* and document*, tlie total number of men pnt Aori i/e cvmhtii from tbe ifctli of H?p 'ember (exclualve < > n -e , u*nt 1 v of th* d*'*at of tin Almt) to th* !/"'h of l<*e*mb*r, do?n not axread JB.Tiv;, including pHftiuem taken and dtatha fiom dlaea?? or otber caueea not reiulting from rami. The folio ting are tli* detail*: ? ? Killed or died of wound* flk 7,311 Wounded 9. 1-1, DM Piiaooara 1,417 Died of itianie accident, Ire 4 ,01 Total ?,T?3 nssraTCH raoM i.okd haolan. Baron* Hi:a?rroroi, Jan. d, US*. Mv Iajrd Dim-.? Th* weather baa bean *o bal am-.e I wrote to tour (iraca on the 2d ioit., thit I have not y*t been aoahled to ciaembarh tbe :;0th, with a via* of en camping the regiment, and It atili remain* on board of tlieflolilen fleece, In the harbor. Tbe ground i* thickly covered with new, tbongb not very deep. All my endeavor* are directed to th* apeely dia<-m bark at Ion an* getting up of tbe but*, which liar* now arrived in considerable ntim'#r>, and tlie Mtabliahracnt af the depot Of provieioua, whicb I alluded to in my Isat deapntc*:. ne*r headonartara, which I as now enabled to oo, with tli* araiataace of th* 18th and 30th R*gl meat*, th* firrt encamped Mir Ralaklava, th* last (till ilrep ag on heard tbe Coldr-n He*te. There liaa be?n no movement on thepxrtof th* eo'my I tncloa* a return of th* < aeoahies tliat hav? *ria?n up to '.he 4th In *t. I have, lie, KAOl .AN. Ill* Grace the Puke of Newcaatl*, Ac. JlgftPATCH KltOM ADWIHAI. BKC AT. On 8??><T0roi., Jan. 13. 1 Tbe cold b?a been piatty al>*n> the past few d*ya. Piac* jerterd** tl.a went'.ier i* milder, ami th* mo* b a tliaw-d, 'hcogh the wind ia at ill from tbe north In tli* night. between the Ttli and *atli, tit ? R : ? aian ? mate a noiti* agalnirt the Mrallti which I* in adtaa"* of battery No. 19. Our *oli)W* waited ua'il l'j?y wer* within point blank dUfaace, and tli*Q vlgoroialv ra ptilaed tfci in T1i*y left many killed upon th> ground. In th* night b?tw*en th* Tlth aad 12th, I&0 flu* iin< atla'ked our iin?a. Iiriren back, after a band to band (l*ht of Mime minute*, they 1? t in our work* m'? ktllod and two prlaouera wO'inded. Our Uxa aa< five wouailed. JAirABT 14,1Vi.i. Comaldrrahte r*in:orc?m*nU have r?-*ntly rei-h'-i tba allie*. Upraadi b*? again advaaaad h<? oalp -t? to tli* Tchemaya Fottr thoti-aad Ru>*MMwith *:< h'.y gaaa ate aaid to b* a'. F*r?kop MANAOKIIE.Vr OF TBK EVfiLlil CO If Ml* SARIA.C. fo ettraord narv ia tbe want of arriM*n'nt in th* diatributien wf rtitui*ite? forth* Hritieh, that i.ora lta? !an in* be*a ?ompelb.l to )>orrow lo ooc gr**t.:o*ta from UmetalOinrobert. And in gra*'. b*?t" th* otber day two igentaoftl a BrMiab comm ?aariat caoie to Hala'.iavi aad taking the A??t ahin <h*v ooult find- which chaa<M t?i be no* ibat had l*ia at anchor for a f-ouatd'-rabi* tim", *Hb a cargo from Koflan ! on boir l tb?r- b?iog noon* aatbotiard ti reciv* It? tb*y **t oat f*r (.'?? il*i.tiu->|.i* Oa tli* way they happ?ac4 to maut.on to th* rai tain of th* *h!p'tha' t*t*lr ng?n' aa^taion w.. a to buy ahtf?? for th* ti'Hip- who war* ia a wr*tch*l no* diti'iB lor waat Th* eapuia, ia replr, gar* th*n> the ? gr>a?b1e informative tbat h a ahlp had **v*ra1 tho . aa>l caae* of *b t*e on botr i for thoa* vary tro pa hat that there wa* 0" "proper officer to rec*iv* ti.nu < ?nae qoeatlp they could not be laadxl. TRB DINUBK. Tli* Pari* !'?Uv iaya that th* r*oe*' |.*a<ig**f th* Danab* by tba Ruaatr.a* ha* g<v*a Ha* ?o a d<>maa4 f*>* explanation* fn ro Pna^e Uoetachaixi f, na tli*p*-tof Aaatria, and that, at tha ram* tiaa*, *r i>ra b<v* b**a nt t* CiMiat CVroalai to prevent tbe Ri**t*a? from ra f aaawaciag a camp* ga oa th* Daaib* BLACK BE A. Acror-'iag to a lvkaa frm Hagharut. of th* ttth nit., the AdmiraU have d*elar*d *11 th* pin a on tbe Htact V* in the h*a of A*o f la a *?at* of atrict bW'.a i?, aad have cajrtured or laid aa rmbaego oa **v*ral Ik pi b 'ea with praviaioai aa<l amaoaitlaia fer the Rata* ana. Th* aerew ate*m?r Rta^k Pwa, w th tV? aahmtrine t*legrapht? cable ta <ona*ct Varna with Bblakkavt, ha* pat '<*? ? imaged to Harwich. AH1A. A lettar, datad Kar?, Deramber ?, ttatea that the ap " the arm* af it af lama el Paaha to Aaatolia, ba d Haln W? ta- bMt afllatl ->a tfa* troopa. Kara and tha ?nrtroni war* forHrad Th* TarV* bad anmhar* 90,000, of whoa 4,080 are ragalar Imiaa PrtM* Pevatyaaki a Pot*, tJ*ut*a*a' la tbe RaaJaa Oaard, had Iwnlil ta tbe Tarka TS*V* la one* mar* a naar that th* Taf%i*h gwewrn ammt la ia pamaaalaa af aatbaata* la?albg?aea af tha

daa?h af Bahaaayl TU ARMY 01 BWBDEH. Ii*ttev* from lba*kh? Im af Jaaaa // a, aay aedar* ba** baa* gtvaa ta alaaa tba aat.r* Cvod th ami aa a war (^ttag, wnh tW glairt Imatafc. THE GERMAN FEDERATED ARMIES rrUeWtn (Jm. 30) Correapondtnoe of London Timer ] Now that no much U talked of the federal coaun genii being n-obilized, it may bo interna ting to know of what the/ cooilft. The tabiea published by the mili tary remmbiaion at Krankfort ahow the total atrang th of the federal arm; / being the aum of tbe le'eral con tiigenta) to be t26,037 meu, conatituted a* followa:? Corva d'Arm.e. Men. 12 3 Auatrta 15.1,296 4 6 6 Prutaia 170 N? 7 Havaila M.23A 8 Wurtemberg, Helen, Heaac Darniatadt 47.657 0 Saxony, kJectoral Ilaaae, Naaaau. l.aiemburg, Llmhurg 35, 3.06 10 UaBorer. Hrunawick, Oldenburg, the Han acetic Tiwna, Mecklenburg 19,018 i Rwerre divfoioa of infantry 18,IS?^ ^ Total 626 (K17 Th're ar? diatrlbuted aniung tlie dlttaront arm* aa followa:? Infi ntry (of v hom 28/21 are ?harpahootora) . . 401 60.; Cmlty (with 71. OM hm| 71.141) | Artillery ( with 7, 4'.' 4 hone* t 40,270 Etginrern 6.7?r? j On the uiflvreut ttalia 3H7I T'<tal.. 626,017 lu addition to the above are? Suigcote 1 470 Tranaport i>p*rtm< n* lrt H3H Ibe M?ge artillery con>iita of 260 guns, Vi/. . 112 can non, ?1 howl?>re, a ??.l 97 mortara. llie whole la tacti cally sulmlvh'td Into :*87 hiltaliona, lull a<|ua>lr<ua, anil 1 147 batteries conaiitlng of l,122guna. A rrrect [ian tor a new felrral military conatitu'ion eonti in| Intfii an I r. dense of 60, (MM) men in alt, nn in- j cr*a?? of tbe ai tilli rj to tlteproporllou of guna to 1 e*?-rj thouaai it n:?n, instead of 2 lo everf tli tuaand, aa ut prettn'. an I a rei iictlon of the proportion of tbe ca valry to the infantry from ore aeventh to one fl{hlh, on Iho ground that ti e inert aae of 60, too men will b* ap plitc) rbicll) to garriton put-poaen. Whenever t'.iere ia J tlif leant proa^-i-t of n federal mob'llzatlon the unaatl* ? tact>>rT atateol the contingent of the pe'ty State* ia { brought Into greater piom it cnce, but la alwaya amootli ed over by one or other of' the greater Power* . for tl.mr own political conn?xlou'a aake. Bliould the feieral army ever he brought into tbe Held there would be Mtle m re than the aeven i fliat corpi d a mi ? av?i1able? aay 400,00ti, oa the 1 othir band, Auatria and 1'ruaaii wou'ttl alwaya have further forcat ou r an 1 above their contingent, whitb they would willingly enough bring into telerni airvlce, aa by that mean* tbe troop* would be Waft at federal cos t , and at tbe name time procure a proport on ate amount of aari-ndancy for the nation to which they 1 I* long. One of the moat faulty I* the medical depart | tnenl aome .-mall contitgenta hare no aurgeon at all whila one contingent liaa eight aurgaona, another of alnUar strength baa one in o\act proportion to the po vtrty and tbe miaaianageiiirnt of tliaae minute State- ia their prie'e and tlulr repulaiva tendency, an that any j thing like an arrangement amn#g themaalvet for a medi cal aTetf at joint etp?na*? la ueit to impoaslble. The eonaciiptii'n ordered for tbe TUrarian army for the preaeat year amount* to 13,C00 meo, tfce uaual amount of one-aixth of th? whole army, the only devia tion from pre-i riptive practice I*, that they nra called out tin* year from three to four month* earliar than uaual. 1l>ia number cooaiata of 9,820 Infantry, 1.N78 ravnlry, I OW artillery, 127 engUie^ra, and M7 1 >r tbe medi> al department. Holland. IBB RU. AT IONS OK TDK nt'TCII WITH TUB CVITED 8T4TW. A Rotterdam correapondent of tbe 1/ondoa Xeivt, writ ing on January 24tb, raya. ? The attack* lately mado by a pi rtion of the American 1 pre** upon tlollaud ? a digeit of which I aent you in a rccent communication ? have produced <bclreflei't In tlie mtnd* of tha people of thla country. Whilat rea lily ad I ro tting that tha atate of their marina would not enable : tLem to make any pbyatcal reaiataace to America, aliould ahe unvlaely bite a* will a? bark, tbev alio regard tha ' unworthy tbrent* made by ber for inch an unworthy cauaa a* a atieciea of juvenile awajger becoming only a juvtn le atate. W* have an yet no Minlater of Marine to take tha portfolio abandoned by Vice Admiral fcoalle. but the public aie urging upon government the nene* alty of Immediately placing the Aaet In a data of eta oiency. An immenaa aum i* yearly voted for the miin tenanre of a atandlng army far to-? num*ri>ua for a coun try that baa ao little nae for an armv. And tbe i|ueatlon la now being aaked whether it would not he mure politic to reduce the army at Uaat to half ita numerical itrtoglli, In order to iocrtaaa t'?a rtttaleucy or tlia mi rite. " Tbe niinioni ao ai>ent " a?v* one indignant writer. ?' would lia well >|>ani, whilat t"ie *um now voted I* tar ti o atoall to render tha marina efficient; and thue it iray bo cona'dcred aa thrown away and waated monay. WouM we again are Haillond proepenma, let u?riv-to the army what we now vota to Uie maria* ml to tbe marire what we now vote to tbe aituy." ftpaln. AKTICIkft 01 THE SRW COHinWTION ? AHTJCirA r#D f tMNKT HkViiU'flO*. [From the Madrid Cmtt*, Jan. 14 | l uirrut i. 1. AH public |rf>w?r? emanate from the nation in which lh<- MVrrFtirntjr tiaentially redder, and which |4iaae> e* the txclualrr right of eatabltabuig ill funla mental lawa 2. Tha oa'.joo bioda itaeif to aaiatola and proton', tha wort hip and ailnUtora of tha Catholic rrl^i jn profvtaad by ifWtrti; tat MfptiM or foreigner am b? pro eecuttd for bia opiaiuoa aa Jocg ar ha doee sot mantreai I* <m tr public irli cootrarr to religion. 3 All Kpaaiarila may print aa.l ptibllab th?lr Iden freel y, without nrtriona cenaure, Lot ?ubj?ct to tbe Tawa. ffo printed pap>r ran be *ei red until after It baa ! begun to clrcalate. Jury fir oflencee of tbo prr-u. 4 No .-'pan laid tan bo mad* priaonrr, urbiabouie torcllljr entered, except In tbe cava aid form that tba law i nitecribe. h. No .-piinard can lio triad or condemned except by tlie coaapeteat jad^o or tribunal, in rlrtne o' Iowa an terior to the oflenco, ami ia tb? foim that time pra te rib*. 4. Capital punULment for political oflVarea No coa Creation of pioperty. I. If tba aecurity of tha State require*. ia extraor.ll n try c rcum>iaacea, tba temporary au*p*n?ion. in all or part Of tba monarchy of arttrlo 4, it aball be determln '?1 by a law but la i>m rate ran tha governman; t>e au tporired to transport or baniab ftpauiaida from tba pa aiaania. f'UlPTXR II. 8. Tba Cortea aball bo rampoaed of two co legialatire lo'lioa, e<|ual in lacult<ei ? tbo Senate anl tba Congreai of iJepntle*. lurm in 0 ?enat?r> are fcr Ufa, aad earned by tba king They aiuat bo Npaniajiia. at jtara of are, an t belong to oae of tbe following catogoriea 1. Minlatera of tlio Crown, 'J. Prirl'leata of tba Cortea, or of one of the eo legialatire ' boi'ioa. S. Arrbblaliopa or biabope. 4. Captain* floaa ral of the atmy or nary. 6. Amhaaxador*. 8. I'real dent a of tba auptcma trlb-inala 7. 1'eraooa who hara j brtn aaaatora by aay oae of tba moOae of aotiiiaetioa tbat bare lnea pra*tia*d in Bpain I. Peraoat who bare 1 bora t hi tee depot lev ? Mintatora Plenipotentiary, who 1 are fceld thai olice for a yearat loaat 10. Onleaaat (?ci.eralo wbo hara bel I that ranU a y*ar Hie Violator* and I lecalaof tbe tr.btiaala wbo haw bean a^reer ia that tfbro. MrmUn of tbe ltoyal -penuli Auidetn ea of Bk ?cry aad i'clcore who bare been depute* Para >na com 1 riaed la the above catog >rioa mu-t alto hare property, pay, or p>ai<?a to tbo amount of :Xi,bOi) roaia a yaar, f ?3?0, ) In order to bo eligible aa vendor* in Tlioee alao way bo aamod >eaator* wbo pay 4.000 rcala direct > on'rlbotloaa, and win hare been depiitfea to the Cortea, or wbo ato gruaiWra of ripata aad boll t.llea of tba klag dom, or wbo are or hara been m<-mliera of provincial depntotta? . Alealdaa of towo o( '-oo tnhaW'anta, pri-eideuta of Juktaa < r tribucala < f NMW -e. meabara o' tbe Knjal Academy of C'lbl" Art?. Tba Brat ? nation of aenatora ia not to exceed 130. Vacanciea by death or n ? g nation may be at aay t me bllad up. Tbe ktag may. when tbo Cor'.ea are altting. ann ixlly name t n imb*r or i natnra sot oMenting tbe 10th part of tbe flrateroatioa Kaeh coaiinaUon to be made by a ape. ial decree. 1U? k ng'i aema and tbe heir to tbe crown are aenatora at tiarto Id. ru ? pt kh tr. 14. Tarb province aball name * <tepnty at leaa' for ea> b .'?C,0OG of l>a pupulatioa. II Ceputiea are elocte<l for lhr?e jura nurnra r. 12. Tbe Cortea to aaeet aan-ialiy on the lat of <>:t?ber, ae1 ait for tour rnontb> Tbe Kin,' m\y a ?pen'! >.r roVre tbewi. Tbo mm of tbo aaapeaa oa n iataitei. ceod one month, and the Cortea fba'i ait ?be aaae nuai her of day* orer the fonr montha tbat tbey hare been anepeviad daring tbe?i. T?ey will alao aaaeta>il? wban toarobed by tha King, or fia tbe e?ft preacribed bj tbe ? eoaMtuUoa t by the pernanent ilep ita'.lon o' the ''or toe. Whoa to* Kim dteaolraa the Corto i, be tliali eoe role otbera wltl.ia 4 o day*. 15. Tba f<enato aball at*' It* pr-aldeat. rice preel deat, and aecrator'ae. 14. Thofo aball be a permaaea' dep>itat on of tbe Oor tea. oaeiating of fomr *enator? and aaren deputiea, which, wheta tbo Cortea are aot altting, aba I wabb over the obeerranee of tbo ewaatitotuia an I tbo gnaraa tM a# tedietdaal aeetinty, aad abal' coarohe tbo ? >rtoa la tba caaea foreseen by tbe ciitat>tutlon aad ia eaae of t*a exaction of aay tox or loan aot approved by tlie law of tba balget a? by a apodal law. II. Tbo Tribunal of Acroanta efall be appoiatol by tba Colt**, and I toe LI *t>*Jl ?a? ite awjaataata aa t atber tepeadanto. niif rt. |4. Tha Kiag *aa?tioaa aad proan .igatoa "be U?a 1*. The Klag matt be a ithor.red br a ep^ allae to atarry aad to permit tbe aiirrtagoot pera>.n> aki are bia aubieeto aad called apoa by Uie contUtut ? a to l ie ceo to tha throae. tiiPva i|t It la 4a *o of the K ag being dua'Je 1 from ex*f?i? ag M* aather^ty. tha iaiaoaotbilitr of b * m> to n; be ag taaamwad by tha Cartea , a* wh* a tbe > r*wa ia ra/aot , *?4 tha rnccea?or a aalaoe, tbo CerVea aball earn* a I nyary ?f oae thrae or In p^?aa> t?go??ra the ??*rni mt 14 A Maaioaial depwtaltoa la orery penr a*e, <leet ed ly toe iaae ?ieatura wbo rwtara dep<t?< to '.be C?iw. W kar tbo toteraai gwramaeat e' tiwoatber* aball la 'orpaeat oaa, eaaipoM-t of elcofdea rtf*4?rn, and rTBdtr* *11 aaaaed by tboee iobab'Uat< wha dire tj* '? adrtbwte to tbo expeoaaa Of tbo ^laM, tbe prartoce, " tha met pal 4iati rt. a thaayaalaaal aloe tad faviaetal 4epwU'toaa will aaaaaaarUy tafrreee ia tba lonaateea af !>?<* o< tie tora far dofattee to the f>to* Th? adfr deal* a* thoae miaillll I aad the paUic foarUoaaraa of all eiaeaee wha aaaaoaat abveea to tbe fenaateaa of tbe Uau, or ia aay atartfal an say be braagbt to trial e tkei' a? Itanatoa af ibo gaiaaaat m.rrra f* m. W ParUerrewtary a*d eaaaaarfcai yaar bagta* aa Mr In af October M Vltbia a%ht day* after th* awbag af ' owgroa. the gaaeraaaaafafeaO prae-n the badget tor tha eaooiag yaar aad tbe e*eaaate af tba paaaltiaato year, for ot St. Tbe gwreraaoat eaaaet oaaet Of raatiea. aor I* tha aattaa aMgad to pay. aay la* aat app-eret by tbo taagf th*b*dfMaf \>*r* ar, e* by mm? apaetoi taw Tbe reapoMsible Miais'.ere who eb*U trainee this rule, ' tad tlM employee who ahall obev or Iranimit their ordera or exaot auma not approved bv the (<>rtea. ahall ba it?mia*ed, without prejudice to the further p?na1tle? that may be tmpoaed upon then (or tranagreaaing lUa CbUtitutioa. CUAHTXIl X. 25. On tbe proposition of tbe t rown tbe Corte* Khali annually fit tbe lan<l to I sea forcei, which Khali bo voted r>reviou<ly to the budget 26. In every province tb era shall be bo. lie* of national militia, wboae organisation and *erviee shall be re^u lated by a law, and the King may, if nece**ary, dl-p.ae of this force within ita provlnoe, but not out ol It* province, unleaa with the c oaten t of the Cortea. AMimo.lAI. AKTICI.K. 27 The law* ?hal> d-t'-rmina the period and manner in which ahali take place the trial be jury of allclaate* of rflcncee, and the moat pflicacion* guarantee* for pr? venting attacks on the inllvidual security of Spaniards. The 1'aria euneapon<!ent of the l/>nl >? Timet, writing on January 22. apeak* of the chances of a Carliat iniur aurrectlcn tbu? ? Krorn all that ran be learned here and from the eoulh of Vrance noth'rg woulld appear nr>re likely thin that un att lnpt will tw trade inhpaln by the Cania'a liefore long It i> atateil that Heueral Cabrera has at Uat con netted te lead t he movement la Catalonia. It la not, however, nut of any great congdrooe in the result, or (torn* any very great ??xl in the cauae that he veu turea again to take the Del ). Km' y I n^ a position which co oi.e ever dreauit l.e would attain, it i? not very atrange that he sSoul I prefer tbe repnae which It ? po* ceatlou secures toh'm To live in n comfortablo house in laton squrire, without cart or trouble of any kind, la very different from wsndrr'ng a boat tl.e bleak mono taica of Catatonia at the head of a few bundled inaur gej,t?. No one l>eUir than Cabrera appreciate* the ad \antapea that lime Inn thrown in hla war, and ha mnat alio know that hi* name U in* which had bet'.?r be kept in the rhude than come agiln before the public It it a aid , nevertheless, that lie haa yielded to tl e entnat.ea of Klio, who waa the bearer of lettnrs to him from the fount of Montcmn'in, anil with whom t.e hoa been latelr reconciled af'er au eatra-igement of tome t me. .luotaa have bei n hel l In I'arU, and con tinre to be ?o. with thr obivct of (I ling the p?riol for the loeditatea rUiog, ai.d concerting the m*ana for mating it successful. Ihe arrival of Mlo at a certain villair> I 'll I au, in the Lower Pyrenees, will, it I* runposed, be the aigoal for the iiio>eni?nt. lie la expected to enter Navarre, and Cabrera Catalonia. At Mordsaux, too. another Carliat ehlel i* vtry active, and there Jontaa are aim held. A* a metier of c>uree the Carliata exprca* themselves very sanguine of aucceaa Ihe probability I* that tiie movement will ckuai a good deal of embir ia>amei<t to the government ? may encourage the repuh lican paity to t it what they cnu do, give rlae to pronun i arm ri'ns of the National tiuard, of which mmn ?yrap toms are already appearing, and occasion mnch l?*a of life: bnt in the auceeaa of tire attempt at a Carliat reato ration lew believe, not tveu tbe mercenary I'olaeoa, who would to toot row join any banner. CUM. TBI RKVOI.rrrON RTII.I. l'*OOHK*SIKU -?lTn.BM*VT OK TII? TKA PITT Qt'KHTION. Telegraphic account* from China, of date December 12th, mention a alight rl? In the rate of exchange, tending to increnae the aliiprnent* of ailvr from llritaln. The export of tea to date was 44,000,000 Iba , and aa the total, wbieb latelr ?bow*d a -'ell iency. haa thus MUM an amount exaniljr ei|ual to tho export np to the corres ponding period of laat yeor, and no nuppllea are coming (rum ( anton, tbe uliipmenta from Koo chow foo and Miarghae mimt have been unexpectedly active. Of a'lk the export waa 2*,t'i00 hale*. agaiu*t 28,000 la*t T?ar, and the ato< k at Hhaoghae waa only 1,600 bale* of lnferlir quality. 1'olitlra] affair* In the South were In a poaition more critical thau ever, and Uie Canton authorltln* had ap Elled officially for a??l?tance to tho American and Rog h Conault, with what roanlt la not atated, although it i* to hn presumed all Interference will be avoided. No produce had arrived from the Interior, and the trade of the port waa completely auapen led. The long-vexed queatlon aa to the payment of the ar rear* of export dutlee on tea at Hhanghae, claimed by tbe imperial government, In tbe absence of all power to collect them, la stated to have been aettled, a* far a< the Americana are concerned, by an agreemeut to pay up one-third . Market*. Loudon Momky Mm kit, Friday earning, Jan. 24 ? 'Hie question of tlie **latance of tbe Cabinet hat be?D th* only aubject of attention today, ? n>l lb* general transition* In the rarlou* dapertai?at* of luaineae litre cona*i|ti*ntly l.< i-n uaimporUDt. Cm ?oil for mon*y, which left ofl last ereoing it PO'i to ttl, wer* flr?t quotal W)\ to tfc) j, whence tliey gradually Intproted, tlie imrkrt closing, after aoine il'gltt fluctuation* In tin roura* of the alter.iojn, at VI to For the account tj?e U?t ?? n?? fiiiia ti? VI to ' nrre ?ti no foreign nft*i*. ami mno' y *?? la mil derate demand on gore'nment aienritim at 3'i per cent, liauk atock left oil at 210 to 211, Reduced, 91 to , , NewTbre* per Cent*, 91*, t 4fi; I.?ng AnauiUa?, 4', , India block, 22.'; to 21rt, India bond*, 11a. to 14#. pre mium, Etihtquer bill*, 4*. to 7a. |rr*m!iim; tad K( obequer Hoed a, W, to ?(. Forwiga aacuritira wei* steady, a ad th* o^ratloia generally were limOad la Tirklab, p'lrcha"** fur nr>a*y took place at 78'*, and for tbo a <? mint at 74 and 74 Tlie Dual quotation wa* 74', Kreocb scrip Irft oA ? !' i tu 4 premium. I lie other Iran., at llona ronipiUed? Kratillan for account, 10>) laniali Tbrea per (rule., 81 the Kir* per Costa., 104; Mrilcan Tlirr* per Cent*., 21; Hpaniab Tlirea per Cent* , and :.ti; th" New IW?fil, 1 7 'a an I -<pa(i?li Ceitifi' alee, 4 <4 ; Dutch Ten and a Half e*r ( -ata , 4J and C;' and tbe Kour per f>nt Oertifltalea, 9.1 In the foreign eirliangta thia a'ti raiirn bllla npoo Pa ri* were much offered, and Uiei* waa a further adran ?? In the rate With regard to uiher plai-*?, quotation* w*re*liont the aanie a? !**? poet. The laat Arcounta front tlie I'aria Bourae tliia eteaiag abow no alteration, but the t. ad'-ncy la t-wtrd* in ere*ae<l firmneaa. M UMgn-, it ia eaid, i* U> be-nrne |/*i nanro Minister, in place of M. Ilineau, who r?tir*a flout ill bealtb. Tbe return front the Bank of Kokand for t li ? wt*k ? tiding tlie 20tli of .lantary, git'* tbe following r*auH* ? lien compared wltli tlie prtvioti* week - I'ufclle depo ita ll.ibTill ller-aa* . ?<7,l4k Other dopoalt* 10 Mi ?W I le<- r? a >e 47* It? t 3,?M,M7 Inciaaa* .. On tb* other aide of tlie aecouat>> (?overnment recti rill** 111,4)7 ill. fVacr-aea <ft.',704 Other Meant!** 14 l'M,NI . In r**ae 144, *41 Note* unemjdoyod !?,4'? I &#??. Her r?a?e *."> it70 The amount of notea in ciri-alatloa la i?04.'i.W'i be ing a dmeaae of 171 4"ft . and lb* a'.ock of b iUI?-n in both <!epartm*nta la ?12 I' ?',4W^ aboajir a 4*"TMM of ?376,610, wben ?sowipared with th" pre ?dla / retira HBMAMN COX k CIBtt I i*. Ijtnfnoi, Jaa l' I ?* ft Onrro*.? Tbe week a aalea are .17,470 bil??, of ?h o 3 4 Mi are on epeculalixa, **'1 *40 for *(p jft. I'rlrn *r? unaltere't, *od w?i|uote f /'o*J. Jt'AAtr Sun Middling -d I'.l. 4 I IW. Kalr ft ',d. S 4 Hrokera who laat WMk <114 aot cltaage lb* pri * of "fait," I It oay ralaed ;,d. N??ai Hraum -fli?re ha* iiaea I tile inquiry for roeia. asd about 6<*l blla l.are Ih-?o eold at**. ?<' to M 44. for ' r.mi.on qualify V?tb'a< dotar I* <*r f.rrli t?r pentlne have aold to a fa 'r *>tent at .1*e oa the apo' TaUow la ia limitel r?<| ii ?' ami a?|la al?wl ? at It*. |A "*. Iar4 r<nilto?a In r<yiur daaiaat, and aboil Vrd tona bar* l?-n oIsikhm- I ot at 4'i* 4<l In K" on the i[ot. (Juota'lnr.a of ligwood are un'haagel, and an aalea ar? reponed. *AahM ar< k> 14 *t laat Waofc'* p, i ?*?. which are mertly nominal flaran'<r''rr?'. ? liter* h* ? b*?n a fair ilemiad for mm' ? rtlelea at alifrhtly linpro*e>t rat*a W neat haa a4*M?*4 A per baahn aad floor vl. p*i b*ir*i Mol'loa of in diaa <?rn <|em*n.| 44 <0 la more mea'j bit ttila a I ?i*rt la not >ea<lUy *btaluo4. ?icb*si>w)> , imot * mo.'* ? >*c< m l4xmritoi Jan W, ItM. Tb* ;rri|Tore-t tow* ia tl.e er-rn tr*?fe ?o'.l<**-t n .tr l?t drtular ro?tidu*4 until intJay'amarta1 al wbi-k a limit' 4 b aiaeoa r?* ilt?d, at a lrtlla| adeaaa* >>a fl' ur. wlieat an4 Ird aa ton Wore liiea lit* mar>?t liaa ??*? "'yd P aalu. -taf tie 'mororeueot tf T 'elay ?? i en"r?ly lo?t and ottr 'inotatiowa are ai oo Krt-'?f ia?t It n'mj"" '.I* boo ??f, to m??? *t'o a aaolerst* aiiatiti i' 'li?ai Mi lti*i(U* H4 MUbM Itar 44a ti4V* i#Ief <tt .;?? to 41a |arbM ?1 It* wtieet, 1 1 a. Ul Ual.a. ?< r*t 1ft* (<!. to II* ?d. p?r .0 Iba oi ii?l li'ltn n.ia 1 1*, 'd to 4 a M 44a t?i 44? 94 , (o 1 oh l> 44a U t* 4trn per 4^'| Iba. Ooiag lo prwtateae* of gwltrli ? ? .a tie part* i.f l^ead??o?fa *r* laa(?eill''*nt 1i,?a-ipp!?? fri m 'arm era bare ftiao nalerlalty fail*'* ?# Mlag oftlf 7:,:?t quarter* laat w?ek. He) r -flatirnmatt baa adeor' ?? ?! f ie * f?.r'?.er a<ip fly I I 4,IOi v.artea. o I lit* e*o ! ?'? ? are *e- b a* f ' 'I)*iiy to eidti.'e Ameti"*? ?*'?* * a|>* all; ft**'-* tbe pwrya* lb* f?neral ef ?o?ei >i la b?Ma?*e baa a* uaf*for*t>i? *(Wt on ibe markat, aa Ik* tea a dar.a* fb* e#at Ilia Wn at'** ngly qoiet <tei. .r* ?i al *U?k, aa4 Importer* bate t? ?afflf aalf * *tat| . ioa*4 iileea r*in* o ** bef/>r*, k'i' en ?0*r f?f i, .aa' ty would aot be r? e'to^l i' i r? ? ??* o' ;? i* li l?r (katee l'i a r ha> been 'i??l f Ulan at ?'<e ?? t-? i . tee*. aa*at nqwlrea Ic <4?ti*reo? la l-a-M tb--? l* aM n> .-ti a?Ur.ty i?rd ia a aba a ?? ?? *r , ????? leank tVnt .ft 'oa> oa the apo* *a4 to arrte* at 4 *e t /, in p?r a?t T*II"W : > a to Mm per ewt aa-* ao* **te*bl* QriMTTt' l Rtn i* *Mf(* aot l"*. I? t?? .a f ; p* u 4elpbia Ift r*t*tt < iw?* nm la al..w aal* at -? ' and likely I* ft* >*w?r *M* aupp -a ? awa t i be ** tb* ail arr l?e ft I ??W', e*rlr 'B tb* w*?k, wa? ?'<.?* bw* i *m Ttei ''.ay, lb* 4all>*?a la Mao - beet er. U/ eu>? aa af m way **<1 miittlet ata'e >4 pal t?*al a*?i/<, I ae* < aa*e : a* eatira 'kaftft la feaMag aa'' Ua* aaar ? ? at a?, .mi a ,i. at laat ^aotaUaa* Xalaa tbi* are*. }, lit b*.'i, >4 ?blr'i f?,IW * et* Aa?er1?aft ? Ml ft iMTItM A C?.'f flKfl Aft. LABiwB, t a*. .*4? ft I' M Ottr c4c*i*J lit f*reiga p-ad . e .. ar.?t baee ret Wa**4 4ftR -tar. at tba *Mft w lb BmHe 4 ta'?a ly p*bl aftrtM*. N**ay la kl kftak 4e?a*4 t> aawla (eat* off &1 * ftl .for wj ae* a a4 Mt( for tH* a-^aaa* |t*w Mluib ti|4 bar aAlewr, Aa I %4 ftp*ala I Aa .bW<at 71 ) P*4, U I 4>ai4 Kaet I*4i> (aaa?a>; i *. 11* *4 T*K'e4 je*te?4aj to ta *a Macrae a*4 ' a itla, a*! Sa bH4. oa flr>m*<?y tr* bar* tihyapbk * lev** of tbe ? ?ertaft4 mail with tbe fcdl^wla* caliit ? t .lea U Mib ' aatoa. 1Kb aa4-baMi.ee Mkfe oa' ii Aaa?> ras Pfa? %?. ? latN la aaae* ?a., .,ry (al l ea a ?ylaaala *Ute ft . Maara-k?ee*t* "t*rt eg A a aad v,rf B>a fMerttae I *. kat wltbeat b*4la| to B>t eft ke.iawi ? a awat* reBaaat?aalo "tot* I B, 7k, at. 41* Hi.lraa' Ik J* M a It ?aaaftefcaeeM* l a Iftl ft Iftl V 'rm * k B. ft* f attod tataa* a M Iftfcft, l?4 f'aaii?l ? a Ift* ' rawreiai -44 ba?* ia aabtie eeW a"l4 al*a4<)f lt-.a 4oraa nlw It S 4. to to M , Mark S* 114- to 4a , lata rtfta ailaee to *4 U * *4 , fttoeft to Iftt tot. ?'a I* ftraa, ftt aftrka*?a4 ia?*a ?Of ftoat*'tw? Cwytoft M taefti 1 tftk aod 142 btmll bar* be*a offered at hcUm. th* i ila*eilplio*a w*r* takaa readily, but littla hnul far tha pale kiuda , 40a. tai&aAd paid for Aa* ordinary to Oa* da* ditto, mil lit 04. I) M?. Ad. for low aaiddUag to middling. Of 3(0 l*f * na'tve Ceylon a few loU uUlna 4U. t d. to 4<U M7 wbi loaf barry Moth* aofd wall, aft Pimm ranging from Tla. U. to 78*. 2, COO bap* Rio un Urn told afloat, for a near port, at 41a. 04., iaaura4 fraa of particular a?*rag*. Tha following wara tha laaoarta aad atoeka oa tat in*tant, roniparad with thoaa of tha corretponding period la*t yoar lM.'l? -/aiiwrU? ISA4 llD-Jltdl? IU4 Chief I\>it* Lb, IJb*. LU 1M. of Euiom, ssa.ico ooonss.ioo.oooAi.too.oooes.BOO.ow (it Itrltatn. . 62.1 IW 000 62,700,000 iifi. 800,00029, 100,00# Ti'tali. ... ; *i,lifl,C00 4l4.M*i 000V0 UH>,0u0 01, 000,00* 0>*> ? At th? corn market on Hon lay ther* waa ? aboil tuppiy ol En* Hah wtxat, all o( which waa lataa ofl a\ au auvanc* ol ."5a. a 4a | ??? ?jr id th- price* of thai da; wi?k; ol foreign tlirr* ?a<i Inn t?<l aala, at about * almitar "ailvani*. To i'aj llier* waa hardly auythia* ?loin?, though pr're* wtr* net lower Aiwriraa r?l ah>-at baa turn at! I at "*a p?r <ir. American flour, aa |<-iUr brand* won' 1 l,? ooitli lit a 4*. per 1>M. Ci.rii'N.? I III- aalri of tl e wei k amount to 1,800 1 atpiavlnu* tali* A '. I in 1 1?? 1 middling New Oi ?an qui iril j( -triday at b II 104. par lb., with a ta<>4* rale iti mand ll> mi* ? ?47 ba? hern paid for St. Pateiabnrg ctoaa I m t.a, A- - "7 > ag* iVallar found h iy*t* from 14a a 4i>a for oi> Iniry llrery orange t uteh- X00 haga fair I'niii wi'ia boii;;bl luot vOa. < a tor oil- SOra.** war* ta! i n in Irnui 4 ',.1 a 4), J. lor middling to (air aecuoda |M if.o quiet. Tl e t'erlnraflnna for tlia a?!? rouimaae Ire Hit li pinxm i riacli to II, Ml chaata. Jk?m. ? A purrhaae of rail* i> ti | nr'c I at fA It, ao4 *1* inontba. liar-, i', flee in biard in Wale* Sootola plga, f>8*. I a Mi without change. I Kan - M"ie inuulry FeOui .1 pig. L'll 10. I,lwmi Can** flow i f tale. , I.ixh*)!) ? Tha import* of the wne% are il,r.*.! qtur'.eca, of w I.I :h 2 13A were from the A?ov. lUiMtaa oa th* not root nuea timi tad, at former price* , ia cargoea, la anlre, ihete lia< been more autl?lir, ?e?eral ?al?a har ing U i n effected fri m th* Aaor and lUark Hea, at pricaa (?ijiiif frum Mi. I'd. up to b7a., th* latter rat* lral| ('.?Uianilnl fur line ile?ril(itlona, at a dlaUme On a. ? IJnaeet] la rcat'llr told at 2(1* a :'d *? UM >pot . lor futme nu ntha .'.in ia now ilenianaad Kap?? Hiown ?rty ararce, lita lefi-liad .'i3a llefiaedj la toll at f r,d , (cr forward nontha aalua have be*a *fT*eta4 at 4V*. Kith inactive Tor ailiUMag r/o of I, l)W l*?* Arraran, to arrive, liaa b?D ta'.en at ll* 04 , tha matkat la dull. In UK'laM** no'liiog dolnif Hai.tw thk la dull t>f b,V4n haga put up p?hl ety, tolf a v< rj amall portion wai >olil at 00. a it ? for Ota to 7*4 per eaut tef taction, tha (r<aat?r part beiag boujltl Id at fully thot* raten. muti K ? l ittle doing. Cake I'll lit a t'i\ on th* ?pi,t. hfirw ?Of U^f'O b*ga Mark t>ep|ier, aV>tit two tbirOa told at 4',d a 4'4d for fair quality the rrmala<tar l*lng ?ithdrawo abova Hie market valie, and of 3M baga while about half aold, middling to fair Hlagaporo fetrhlog 7',d. a 7>.,4. Nutmeg*- 0'J pkga found hay ert, Ilatavia fiom la. lid 'or amall to'/* fd for mid^liax bold brown. Muianto? fcl tag* fair qnaMty war* ball for t'.il. Hiuaii ? Th* pulillr aalt* bar* act bee* ritaaalv*: thoaa af Waat InOia an ountmg to 'J,*7& lilida 10, 0M btga llaurltla* Her* ch'Mly toM at 'Ml a "0*. ltd. for low tn (in* blown, 50a Ad. a ilia for low to very goo* bright )tUow. 0,104) baga grocery llaiiraa brnugh' full pr.eaa. ranaitg fiom 31*. for lew ratio* to to*. ' <1 for g?M white. Of 1,70.1 bngn IU-n/% f, tan tit r la war* leallMtl. Ueoarea ,'loa (VI a W*. fot low to fine white, 1,'XO mala and 610 I a>ket? Jin % writ i hiedi .1 *po*ed of. from SI*, a fi r low aliM'Ing to fin* brown, Bad .Ha, 44 far good yellow to U7a (d. for K'iod dry wl.il*. MO aaaaa, M hatiei", and (40 b.iic Itali a *i<ti! at i otniiarativcly ia>wla rat* rttct. I't I vat* ly < 00 boiaa Hni yellow Havana bar* chaogtd tanda at S.1>. A rtrgo of 'I 00 bag* browa l"a laiba haa btta toll at |U*., landing wiight* for th* (l)d?, i n* of 1,710 bag* hr .*n Pi rnamburo at l<* 04., for a bear port ar.d our of wlii'.e llab a at 21* 0-1 , fat the Mtdlli'trearan, ioaund Ire* of larticular average. 114l-/m;?rfl-l444 ? hlef portaof Forope lb. ru,'4jo?o 70A Iuo,M9 (ileal Urltaia, lb 7lu l?i ?m WJ 700, OM Total lb 000 1,?M7,000,M? 1*44 Chief fort* of l iir pe, lit 14,0iyi,(00 70.0W1 0M lirrat Urltain, lb* lu0,4OOUu 2 ,r,,H 0,000 lln I - 1,1X0 bag* Java told from l it Ad for ntld pillow to 14a. ?d for fair bold Kialn A r^rg Total ill*. 21/ 000 000 i?2, 400,(0* Ufa ?No inquiry Tla ?Tbt market i* fla' an t ? omm m f og ?? are 'ulf of talc at It t*d a ltd aer lb tha farm' r prto* La* lii m ptlii lb*r* ta a govl di-tuatxl for A** Coaf aa, and aotaa bnaini doing n gma teaa 1*1 low ? iKill, l,| oa the ?p" t 'il'i'I'I' Ti*! ? Ther* bav* be*o tal ? nl rough at 1*1. f*l a K* ?d AawmM nlrlt* bara mllafii inag dai Dfict*, UMe a .17* the latter ? th* jiiMent valae Ron nl nf Connfilmrn. rn t? - P n Co?<??m, K?n , ti*?- riftiUii ia tb* rhtlr. Tb? mluulaa of <>>? laat maal.nr wr? rw I *a4 aff>ro**4. ____ rrrrmmt wnni# Of owDtri of |iK>p?rljr la W*at atiaat ifilmt tliat atr**t prfilion fr> III lb# bu*#tor* at Ike jaw* lloffital * king fi.r lb* um of Ooton aalvr, afaia*t Iba rruiuvtl i f ll># Ara alarm ball at llarb-ai, 'ar a pabk* pcuB'l In tha Taalflb ?ar>l fur a a #a?r la I'tatrl atrrrt fr< m Waat lltna lvi; In llndiun atiaat far ? Mirr In I'orajlh* ?tr*at frt-m tt allar to l|aal*r atraat , palitian fi r a .1..iatlua lo lit* aorlaty for 'b* Rrfiaf af I'nr wiilnaa prllllnn from Mwir.l J-ni lb lob# ii?r?l?'l for lajarWa i*<-*ir*<t l,> I. i.i la Iba dlarbarfa a bia dutlaa a* fliamao of Inbabltaata of Iba Toaaiy fiat aar-l, to ha** ti?* n#i* tllf Halt ar??-tat la Ma4la*a *>inar# nf a#r*r*| partiaa for ?lt#iatio?? nf ?r?4* m H,.i>tj ?l a ? b altft I* old Flm annua ??> tba Kid rtaar; of Mora ("Mi tpanj> No M fi>r ramanara'la'i far aai**f ?I I*a4#<). an it? roa in* num. 'nan- Ilk. no '.flat: a r*a>luttco li a^pra plata lo ?a?,b aar<l la Ilia ? Ity Ita rag a "fila Hjr MK?o. .? ! K*)l*f A-ao- ation ?n<l that tb# > janptnallar ol tha ell/ br itir*.tx| lo 'Iraa hla atr*aat for ll.a a baa* amount la laror of tba Traaaurar of aarb af ?a>4 fail Pallaf AiHKlall'ini lUfrnrl to tb? ftnaora < taai.Ua*. a ra.namo* in rt ?? *?aa coaoai ami I aiiiuia f "otia'lliitaa w nva *M*7 olf#r#-i a raaoUtiM tba* Ik* i li.aa?a I'otiiBitlaa atak* *a<|alri*i aa to tba faaa '. lit# t,l pufkaaing tb*l >(tilli A<*o .# Ila ln<a<l lapaa tl?a arl rli aJ (rant. ra?#ralnf I* Ilia ntjr tb* rlfbt nf aa-b par rbaaa at taa par <rat aJ?aa<-? apoa tba Brat a**t *a !?rt nl to CotuKlttaa on I laaa ?. mr n?< <?? tub -tit* m it i .ri"> r> ??ar r>*?. A ra nlutina aaa a^apia-l autbaiirin# tba partha?*?f I <<? roa aa of Iba laaa nf tha <uia Ta ralat-a* tattM Wt; ut S?m Verb, t' in| '.?<l b / llanrj I. I>ar<aa, Lata 'Vrrpcrat < a 'oanaal, tba ? -m aut to ?i-a?l Ut a*4 'bat a iapirl|Lt La takaa oat la tba nana af lira Oarp* rat?a an! tfcat tha pabli U>r< ba?a parn?aiaa ta pt>a4 lOO roj'n oa tbalr "wn croaat A laanla'.ton antb?r >in? tta 'aaan Oaaaa", Ika Ma, at an-t (*t!.?r u>?ri la Va Uiai>u4 a la a tail m Ik* m? J of tba wbarioa ia<] pfi" of tba NorUi aalb4 rt*ara aal rrfart*4 to tba < o?ialttaa mt lb* WbaW *Mt M I mi at Tl* (a# It an (.a b? nf ao i*ry 4 ia It *M <1;|<?||U ??? < ' nn 'inta Jraainr nVr'a4 a r????l?ti<'n i.i -Oaf tkl'ma ia earr af Rapilia aa.4 *apj<tt#a ta**aaattka ?I <tnl>ar of tb a I'^ariJ to b? tt# Hfb'al a fatara. Ba Intiil to tb* O-wnJtta* oa Ua|i a*4 '<aa a at* aaaacr, rcuacllaaaa Jmao* ?.<??*! tbat Mi J>?ba Ita il-ti, ?l? ? aa l I man of ha Fifth 1 atr.'t af lb* )a?rtfc ?art, taka t la Mat at tb VKoa/4 ??rr?al Mr Ma a lata Ibaraitpra took Lit ?'*! tat ">? ?< tijiai m rwa rrmrr* "nrr?*rt. 71a rap,M of tta rp^rial roaam'ttaa !?> ahaaa >14 r* firra-1 tb' n.?at?.:iala ?'a ak.aj Ik* aaal af Ika lift?4b Oaac I il.atnr' a* a r<*>! TU* itpur\ iba? ?aa*la<a<^? Tof r " naanta* raaaat ?.*??. rr a'-a'ala fra?" a? araiataf tb?lr ili^pi r<-bati?,? ?f iba awrtl-aa a4a*>W< br tb? a?ra<t?ra of Ibal <tialrt't ta bava a> *b4 lur* <far If tb# i?it taa ;??!? Tb?aa par t '-*?. ir'tf<'la| to thMr "aa aaora '? t taiaf baa >??* ?" ba?a a> Mbi* at tb# pall, ipaa abi'b In *4aa?a ?*#r lb* B''??ia'f <atb tn i?t#ia ab*a ' >>aU#a?*4 I bap bava rmnrm lUaflm ant *otata alaa. bf pUrlaa M >lf b*a<ta apm ??.* paanphkal ?vatalaia( "frartlaa) llrarljcH fw h- Miftf al#t'.?a* k' b*a. 'ta? aa<a# af *l* r'ja^'rif ? !'? r i.g tb* polla tar a -a?1h af I aa 1*1 alU/a r< a*?tb#r t r>n la 'aa? ?b?lr pta #*, abiab laal la ? i|ltu ; ca'ur; ta tba iialn'a Thai il?*a pra'twaa ar* r*| ??h#a<lbU all ?<?>! a'l a aa-1 IK?t akaiM aal b# a?ll>ra4 ta ?(?at If aa ? ah ta bifaair*b-<a*a a t? <?**4 l'V? #tf "** '? of lb* papalar rata*, a I t) ?*if b It ) a* U a 4' 4*<] b? blfb > >1 >1*1 ?atb"ftty tbat *? >*tb *a ta .aa I* at bt**t?ff ** if tab#* apaa tba HIM* jm t It ia tb* apiaiaa of yaar >?aaaulua* tbal *aata * a 4* a o* te'<aa " rtrvrtV a of aa aapra** a?ala*a?f ratntiat l> not aa?a4 '*?. a>r I* li r*a4 'a?a>iaa a*?a* a*4 ift iP'iait la fa?aa I it >? pirfaaat arMk aaf#r U- tb# ftrla af IU la' boa. u> 'b# nnallaa* al# npbt ?( a a?> ma rt utt'aaa'#!/ ?#?' la ralat tb# a?ral< of ta# paa^la. aal !#??#* tbair wa*a*t far tbua* |">4 aat via* alaUitaa 'bat baa* haaa *aa?la4 tar ffc#tr (o*"aaa#at aa4 pr?<a't ?* la #??rlaMMi f aar '?aaani'ta* arrlaa a' tl^ InUaa r.| r#*at1. *i* ? Hai.iar a* rata* o?.aUj rv raa4 lor M#ra*r4 Oaf ? **f . A- 4 ????# r ? M b? ia?i?a- t?ra of llabll alaatiaa <mmi r ? VMa aiaWr a' r '?a (a? fataai 1 r?af*ay . , . , . m JfaBtl#r of ai 'aa a* rlaft; ralwrna4 fa* M'abaal Cab. lb . W f a/a'l a ?t? af * t? flaan*)'' a aaa raa4#at af a*r4 * a- I ? >rl>t I ? ?b<r f ?f Mm' :*l aaltb. S w />, 'a !:t < ? f aa '.*'#*r. tao rota* ??** tba aaa i bf?a.' 'aa "fa*# Vo*r -oa* ttaa r*a(a(tfil]i aflbr tb* '*"??* >a ( i?*'-t-?uaa la* roaf ?-'.opKa* p.u aal, ibat I3ar?ar4 l-aftar b* *a^ ba U b*r*bf ???? <o ? ? **1 'a tbl* ?Viar?, la r* pro* aat Ik* Kif ?tk ' aaa fl ? IrlaA a' tba ?Hf af *?? Tar*, ba, ?I* ?*. : fcaraart vaiaap, b**>Mf raaait*4. aar?r4 a? m Ma a plt'alltr a' t*a " Vaa atfr tba irtt bWb#*t u? 4|. a?a it tb# #t?*?iaa k*M aa 71b Hambai fa*t Iba ii|*it *?? a4Mt*4. After 4npo**a^ <af - -aaa aa laair /*' |#|#Ta aM ra?l>a* baa B?a*. tb# half *4 /iimH ta Man -'.a j aait al I *'|M r ft W*ta I taa Ja4ff* Vo*4r?t Acnov Mitmr 4 iiiumu* c??r?*?, ? *? ? -fkra*! Way aa. lb# Va4?M Ifaaar AaaV'aaf 'baayeef - TVi* aatt vaa ??a4 a^a Man ?k*a tka ,?j 414 aal um ft *?* aa mm ia* hai|*i la*a tb* pla'aU* *7 tk* 4#f#a4ar ' a rara f I *pf**raM*t MM pW*l'f m|4*f aa n#aa*tk *a#a-.? trMb M* bora* aa4 aart abaa a laaWt traM af Ikatifwiiat* ?Br* aaa b**b*4 ***! *1 blaa aal Wa4* ). * '#f Tar4i#* far alaia M,|l M Tba(???rt *.?a*o4 aa *Mlt<*? *f I* pa. ?aat a* tk* ital |W M? * f*t MBI *a Vfe* f ?#>n