Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 19, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 19, 1855 Page 3
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military attalnmrata, and does not enable him to war op against the conflicting opinions which 41* ( tract hia oou?cU? of war. Napoleon mi that ha alone oanremody this, by taking upon himself a to ifomtMMj which others dread to eneooator. For ?eeks part hla whole attaation baa been devoted to "ft"* aB<* BM*lt ntonto study of everything appertaining to the siege? maps, mode la and plana, cover the floor of hia secret cabinet In the TuUeries and the Court da UrenneviUe. The Austrian mill envoy la known to hare lately been oloseted him for honra together, and it la supposed that to thia object the attention of both baa been chiefly turned. The Count waa beard to aay at Marshal Valiant's, the minister of war, only two daya ago, that the Emperor waa thoroughly, moat thoroughly au fait with every detail of the alege! On the other hand, the health ot Prince MensohikofT ia said to be sensibly affected by the oonitant anxiety and clone attention the state of affairs has throirn upon him. Gen. Oaten tiacken, with a body of 25,000 infantry, 6,000 cavalry and 80 pieces of cannon, baa been repulsed by Omer Pasaa, with 20,000 Turks, before Eupatoria, with a loss of some 500 men killed and a great nnmber wounded. It is also said that a body of some thousands, marching to the relief of tiebastopol, have perished in the enowi. Altogether, therefore, it is by no mpans improbable that the Emperor of Russia may co u ceive the position of things to require hi ? own in epection, for both Emperors well know how impor tant a feature in the Vienna Conference would be either the tall or firm resistance ot Sebastopol just now. The arming of Russia would apiiear to be som* thing prodigious. Tfle " imperial unbile militia " ia to be divided into battalions or drvichtnt*, each consisting of four companies. The Imperial ordi nance creating it, declares that the corps is raised for temporary service, in defence of the faith, the throne, and the fatherland. It ia en v. ted that ex emption from military service hitherto permitted, shall not apply in the present oue, but toat who ever ia liable tj the capitation tax, or its equivalent, shall be liable to be called npon to serve in this corps. Merchant*, Jews, and foreign colonists who have been encouraged to settle in Russia, and ro ceived grants of land from the Czar, an excepted. Each battalion or drmchint is to be commanded bv a stall officer, and to have four captains and a staff captain, one thousand sub-cfflcers and aoldiera, and eighteen musicians. In order to hasten the forma tion of this corps, a gubtrnial militia oommittee is to be foimed ia every government, and within four teen daya after receipt of the manifesto, the nobles an to aanemble and appoint the rendezvous of the several battalions, and make arrangements for their supply and equipment. To meet the exponas of tils corps, special voluntary subscrip tions are to be made, for which the committees will open lists, and to which all persons are summoned to oontribute. The subjects of the Emperor are ad jured by their love of country to make sacrifices corresponding to the occasion, and it is announced that the names and subscriptions of all persons will be published. The nobles are to repair to their seve ral localities to exert themselves in forwarding the enrollment. The soldiers must not be younger than twenty nor older than forty-five years of age. In the lormatton ot companies, inhabitants are to be kept together as much as possible. Those who have no firearms of their own are to be furnished wltn a musket and bayonet. Should any fall in battle their families will receive a certificate absolving them from obligations to furnish a reoruit at the next levy. The Mtmiieur confirms the lorn of the Bemillante frigate, in the Straits of Bouifasio, with 700 men. tn route for the Crimea. Pieces of wreck of all kinds, it says, the bow of a tr'gate, a sailor's hat bearing the name of Semiilaate, the log of that fri gate, Ac., remove all doubt of this melancholy event. Only one b<dy has vet been found. The French fleet In the Bla:k 6?a now consists of twenty one ihipaof the line, or tint late frigates. All of them, with the exception of live or Biz, nave the full complement of men fixed by the regulation, and may consequently at any moment become ex clusively machines of war. Suppliea of ammunition have been made on the largest scile; the minimum for eaoh piece being 500 balls, or 47,500 charges for the guns of 30 only. The sailors have on board food for one honored days, and large reserves of provi sions are in the storehouses at Kamiesch and To the Borohorus. There is no blinking the fact that in proportion as the position of England becomes more and more bnmiliatirg, the war increase* in popularity with the French. The English army is openly spoken of | with undisguised contempt; even the navy, it is i predicted, will be found not to be the formidable aflair it has boen thought to be, and the mate want of high scientific instruction so conspicuous among the officers ot the army, and in suca striking con- j tragi to ibe Fiench, is said to be observable in the 1 fleet. Of this there is no doubt, thai the French naval officer i.? a much more instructed person thin bis rival. Be is not permitted to g > to sea till at seventeen or eighteen years ot age he cm pass a scientific examination of the most searc iin? charac- ' ter, the very enumeration of whiob would utterly ' confound an English salior, in whose service | the youtnlul officer is put afloat as early as twelve, and not later than fourteen years of , age, his only qualifications being that he can read , and write and spell and do tbc rule of three, attar which be baa a midshipman's and a lieutenant's ex- j amination to undergo, but chl'fly on matters of practical seamanship, which his early initiation all oat readily makes him fit for. But in book learn ing, in the theory of bis profession, such a person is neoessatily very inferior to the Frenchman, and it remains to be seen which system is the beat. At first, whan the war broke out, a great disposition was manifested to argue that the French were being made tools of by the English; but of thia we hear nothing aow. Ou the contrary, I find in many circles anything but friend'y to the new rtgute, an ; expression of faith in Vie Emperor's sagacity, which must be very flattering to him. It is thought tnat, come what may? whether legitimist, Oreianist or repnblioan hold the seat ot authority ultimately ? that the baur of France's regeneration has arrived, and that Englaud will fall in proportion to the ri?o of ber ancient rival. It is svd that her weakness ? alike parliamentary and military? is being maui , fested to all the nations of toe earth who have looked upon her power hitherto with dread and dismay ; that ber assistance to France in this straggle, nugatory as it is, is a moral blot on her escutcheon, which every one of ber colonies will be quick to see- that one after the other will rise to (ling off the yoke that Spain and Portugal, wno have long leaned upon her ha a butiresi, will henceforth only look to Fianoa? that intestine strife will follow as a natural consequence; while France, guided by on? tingle head, flush* d with victory, and delighting in her young energy, will be ready to stretch ber hand across the channel, to save or to smite. Indeed, piecisely *be same feeling at this momsnt seems to be exhibited towards England, which England appears disposed to have towards her present prime minister? that she bas been over appreciated ; and of all the journals, the only one found occasionally to break a lance in her favor is the republican Sitrlt, which, oddly enough, is now trembling for existence in the clutches of imperial authority. For some time past it has been the only journal that dared to utter a word in favor of freedom, and this it did with such cleverness, that without strain lng the law to its extremist tension, it was not easy for the authorities to interfere; and the compliments which from time to time made their appearance to the Engliah and their alliance, rendered it awkward ground (or meddlisg. But tbe publication of a feu illetan, by Eugene Sue, which was thought ratbnr too broao for good morals, has given tbe govern- j ment an opportunity it has long been tiKhiog for; and to the great mortification of all the con cergierie of Paris, who are the most inveterate ad rolrera of Eagene Hue. the story has twen brought to an abrupt conclusion, and the Seiele Itself has re ceived such an admonition as baa very seriously alarmed tbe proprietary. In fact, it seems to be a a work ot intense labor to keep that open mouthed machine- -the press?at all in the exact order de aired. Even tbe semi official journals catch It sometime*, and tbe Coneututionnel was snubbed the other day for putting Sardinia and England as aux diaries of France in the same category; and tie censor h mself, who prevented tbe conclusion of M. Berryer's speech attacking by Implication tbe Na pol*onU regime, on bis reception into the Academy, has been tailed to order by tbe Emperor, and the remainder of said spter-h allowed to appear, as pos ?easing no dangers for France. But it appear* that the Academy has got into the babit of looking to political rather than to literary celebrity, and there is a talk of giving it a thorough haul over. Paris bs? bten greatly excited by the trial of a French governess of the naxie of lljudet, for th> ' death of two children, daughters of an Englishman cf the name of Marnden, in onuequence of Til usage i The trial lasted several days, sod to tbe general re ?;rtt of society has ended tn her aconittal. She had ( rroerly teen wardrobe woman to tbe Queen of Englanc , a Mgh testimonial (rem whom was pre setted; baj* anything more di?gustln? than the de tails and tbe abominable accasation* ahe brought agaii.st the children, has seldom disfigured a court of justice. Bbktik. Paris, March 1, K',.r,. Jntervieir rf the Er- President of the United State* irith the Er-Pre?\d>nt of the Freneh Repub/ir ? I Xefotiatian jr of Mr. Afrf.ane, Commueioner to \ China ? The Hrvnluti'n of 1848 ronugned to Anrient Hutory and Poetry ?Amtrieai i Medirai Sonety of Pari.' ? Crutadt again't Cortet' ? Mv*tifieai\*ns of the Winter Beaton ? A Day of fil ing Si*uh*ne ? ArifuUtal of Aletttne I >oudet ? iUj<e?rture of I* r d John Rut?ttl?of the Emptrtr , ? Rn*<ta and h rdmemt?Th* Spring Campaign, y sr War of the Three Kmpeior$. The arrival of MarUn Van Karen, ez Preilden'. of I the United BUtea, haa occasioned a freak manlfee UUob of the conciliatory policy towaxda which the Emperor of the French aeenu inclined la hia rela tione with the Greet Power of the Weat On Sat urday, before the arrival of the ex Preetdeat had become known ?t the American legation, n mlsdve wu received there from the Tullenee, inviting the ?ocoeeaor oi General Jackson to en interview at 8 o'clock on the following morning. Meaaengere were nt once despatched to various hotels, and to the hotel of Mr. Maaon, bat only an accident at length revealed the whereaboata ot Mr. Van Baren at 10 ?'clock on Buiday. Mr. Piatt having found him at the Hotel Wagram, hurried to the Tnilnriea to atate the fact, and alao that of the impossibility of drewing the ex- ('resident up in a court costume at such short notice. "Let him come, if he wishes, in hia travelling dress," said thi Emperor, who, as I have frequently taken mote pains than it is per haps worth to mention, cares leaa for buttons and gold lace, where an American la concerned, than certain "aticklern for court costume" imagine. The two ex-Presidenta (li rot Napoleon III. also an ex Pr* sident of a republic?) held a long interview; but what they said about the Eastern question, the rumored visit of an envoy of the Ciar to Washing ton with an offer for the ceMlon of the Russian ter ritoiy In America to the United States, the return of Mr. Bonll, the resignation of Mr. Mason, the simoon of Know Nuthingiam, the revelatians'of Mr. Wikoff, and the American ball of the 22d ? if so be they talked of any or all of theae topics? your deponent, not knowing, can't aay. Mr. Mcl^tne, American Commissioner to China, has had several interviews with the Emperor, as well m with Mr. Droayn de l'Uuys, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, bnt their attention is so fully absorbed by the Eastern, which th rontons to beoome the European, war, that they have little time to think of the revolution in China, and his negotia tion do not premise to reach a speedy conclusion. Not even the Sitcl* consecrated a single line to the 24th of February, the date of the revolution of 1848. How many centuries have elapsed slnoe it took plaoe ? Did it ever take place ? Or la it a myth, living only In the proae of Lamartine or the vene of Victor Hugo? But. at ieaat, both the prom or the historian and the verae of the post will be immortal. A visiter interrupts me aa I write, but he is wel come, for he brings an item that will interest not a few Amerioan readers who remember with pieasuie having attended the meeting! of the American Medical Society at Paris. This society continues to prosper. Its library is rapidly increasing. Ita weekly meetings are still neld at No. C rue des Qnatre Venti, and are attended by many foreigners of distinction, as well as by a growing number of American members. The society has fairly assumed a position of considerable importance among the scientific bodies of 1'aris. An election held <>n Tues day evening resulted In the choice of the following officers W. E. Johnston, M.D., (reelected for the fourth time) ; W. A. Conway, lit Vice Prerident ; Coolldge, M.D., 2d Vice President ; Samuel Uourdio, M.D., Corresponding Secretary ; 0. A. Pearce, M.D., Recording Secretary ; D. P. Holton, M.D., Treasurer ; and E. B. Crowell, M.D., Libra rian. The doctors of Paris hive joined the journaUrts In a regular crusade against corsets. In compliance witn the request of M.Konx, a writer in the Jhrutt, I who baa lately attacked with vigor that " outrage against nature"? the modern waist? and which even ecutptora have been tempted to imitate, forget ful of Venus de Miio, the type of beautv, the cele- | brated M. Berres, Professor of Anthropology at tue Museum of Natnral Hisury, hue elaborated an In genious series of physical, metaphyseal, moral and political arguments against the ridiculous and deadly fashion of wearing what Buffon used to call " cuiriuves." For the beueflt of my lady readers, I wish I had time to reproduoe the eloquent protest cf Professor Berres against corsets. But, after all, too many females wnose eves now peruse these Urea can testify, from painful experience, that the evils of the corset are "better felt than expressed.'' The winter season which has just closed? thank Cod ! it has closed at Isst, and 'he first spring sun is now abining on my tmle? the winter sees >n nas been fruitful, as usual, in injs Ideations. Let me men tiou but one or two. A few eveuiag* btiore Shrove Tuesday, a double row of carriages drove up to the hotel of M. and Mme. d'A., in the faubourg St. Ger main. Bat the occupants of the carritgen, decked oat as they wereir full dress, were surprised not to i-ee the window* of the hotel illuminated ??< they approached. Their surprise was soon chang- ; ed into mortification, on beiog succes<ively in formed by the bwisN sr. the door that thev were Me . vidian of a mvstifi atlon? that M. and Mme. n'A., , so far fram giving a party to wbicti they had all re ceived forged invitatioia, were at the Italian < >pera, utterly unconscious of the practical joke that some bedv bad played upon their five hundred acquaint ances. At Uc Grand Open, a few evening* previous to thia occurrence, a foreigner attracted considerable attention from the bye ? tandem near the italle* d'or chr?tre, by bin readings to engage in conversatioa witb them. At first but slight attention was paid to him; bat tbe caae waa different when be sudden ly began bowing to one alter anotaer of tbe ii ana < tbe elai/utvtn) in tbe centre cf the p t, under the grand chandelier? tben nudging one and an other of his neighbor* and exclaiming, "There a Vic tor Hugo! I.tmartine looks well to-night, don't be? What go *1 friends Jalci .J&nln and! 1 hone two < ditors of Figaro are -see them shaking baids," etc., etc. In tbe course of the animated conversation that ensued the stranger congratulated , bin.?elf upon having enjoyed, during h's short rent ? dence in Paris, tne society of almost all tbe literary 1 notabilities ot France. He had been fortanate enough upon his arrival to make the acquaintance ot a gentleman who bad been of gre*t ' service to him in selecting and furnish ing bis hotel. Better still, in procuring for b in a complete and magnifl er.t library? and better stiil, again, in bringing to bi? table not a few of the authors of the books in it. " Flat the rogue," contin ued the eccentr c foreigner, " re served my greatest pleaeuie for the last. I noticed, da y before venter day morning, the name of oue ot tne most (llustri cus of your writers on the backs of a whole act of ir>y mont splendidly bound volumes. I bad heard so much said about tnis writer, t?b hough I h?d not yet read bis works, that I was seizvt witb an inexpress ible d> sire Vosee him. I communicated this wish to my friend, ard l??t evening, for the first time, Cha teaubriand dined with me. He's a very funny fel loWt " An explcaion of laughter naturally followed this an nouncement. But on inquiry it appeared that the joke had its senous side. Tre Granger bad fallen into the bands of la rtin-niw il'mduitr u, who had actually persuaded him that he was daily receiving the "il lustrations" of French literature. The chevalier had flattered himnelt that he bad opened a new mine, which might be profitably worked to almost ai y extent during tbe peH<~d of tie approaching ex hibition. Tbe mine promised to yield as richly as another, which I as been exhausted? perhaps ' A Fieicb journaj says "those ostentations Americana who made ? great shnw once are qnlte gone oat of fashion. Ycu remember their pretensions to re ceiving only an exquisite portion of high society : they always found lorae complaisant titled individual wbo uted to cfcarge himself or he-sslf to conduit the I ra ? rni ndr to their parlors, and who did the honor* of their b? use to his, or her. own friend*." Is thia mine quite exhausted ? I wUh it were. Celeetine Itoudet, tried for alleged ir juries to an English pupil, which resulted with, or wifiout an Intent to kill, in death, ha* been acquitted, but she is not yet discharged from priarro. Hhe wi.l be sub- ' jected, per:. a | s, to a trial utder another Indictment. Great turptiae ha* beer occasioned by this acquit tal, but tbe jury is not, It is thonght, exposed U> the reproach ot bavlrg yielded nndue weight to the testimony of noble and even royal witnesses to the honorable antecedents of the accused- All that testimony cannot shake the public impression that her antecedents were sadly contradicted by her barbarous treatment of tbe poor little girls of l?r. Marsien Mile. Doudet waa formerly in the sem e of the ?' England. \t rd John liuaaell has left for Berlin, on his way to \>rra. Tbe Frnjeror left yesterday for t*e camp of Km- ; lcfine. This time hi* departure is announced in the piiwr*. Rumia has dec'ared war against Pied moot, and tbla is hut one cf the " sign* or tbe times, " betokeo icg a speedy opening of the sp ing campaign, which i? already named "the War of the Three K-nparoia." Flo ABO. Death of the l-'.mpersr of Ilnaala. tOMMKXTtt or rim Biirnsn mass. (Kir tn !b* l-iterpool T.m??, March 8. ) T>i? stent *u announced to PartlaaMt last o gilt by ; tb? M. oieter* of the frown ?? harm* taii?o pi ?c* *nd tb* eeoeatoo which it produced in both branch** of the | 1 ?*l?l?ture w*e not greater than that wbieh It will e*u*e | throughout Kurope ?nd tb* world. Of th? r#r tainty of tb* Kmperor ? 4s*th do doubt n?*d b* entertain*! I />r1 John Kuaaell, wbo i* now la tbe PruMian capital, flrat telegraphed hna.* Ui*| he had too ?truefc by apopleiy ? we* on tb* point ?l,d??th, *d<: had jtut t*k?n le??? of his f*mily. This ?a? ahortly fOilowed by another t?W> graphic m?u|? f. cm tbe Hr'Ub Minuter at Merita, to tbe effect that he actually eiplred at St. I'*t*r?burg ye*terd*y morning ai nae o'clock It U bar*).'; possible u> overrate the importance of th? eit.n'-Moe of thi? ?trgle lif* la tbe present cireum?tann? of tht? *a4 ctiier c uatna* It* elfiw-t moet V> gr>*t *a1 imv*<1late. ?al it U nor* thaa prt>K*h> that the bloody ; ?'.rti{|U LBp?ad:^| at'.jr* Bebaeto fos ta which thou Modi of liv** would certainly b* laertSoad, BAT k< ?pared by the crent which w* uoouort thl* BKUf. la tha CAM of the extinction of ? d**potic monarch Ui* tha Emperor of Kusnia, whoee will ni the lav of 6fty or slxtv milUoua of people, th* policy whleb he embodied whUa living, dlea with bim, and tba restoration of peao* hacoBMa, under the circumstances, lea* a matter of doubt than of certainty. The fat* which haa overtaken thla great but unscrupu lous monarch, supposing him to have died a natural, and not like many or hia predecessor*, a viol* at death, demonstrates, in the strongest possible manner, how feebl* the moat potent become waen unauitained by that moral power which la atronfer tliaa cannon* or bayonet*, or the moat deadly instrument* of war Twelve montba back, before t)ie declaration of hostilities, Nicho'as KomaaoiT, who now liai a man* of clay in hia anceitral lialJa on the Neva, wil the most proud, the most powerful and the raott arrogant sovereign on this pbmet. but this email interval of time baa nervst to re cuce him to aconditirn more pitiable than tbe humblest cf hia serfs ; for in hia nefarion* attempt to *ub jugate a weak and a aear neighbor, be outraged jus tice, provoked tbe hostility of the Wtitcrn I'owera, ?tirred np reaiatance throughout Europe to hia dicta tion, ana lived long enough to diacover that the pre pared strength of a long reign and almont boundlen* ?n uire, van utterly (utile in tue pursuit of a bad purpone The moat conservative ruler in the world fell alinoit literally by hid own hand when he puahed hn agreanlons on the property of othtrs beyond the bound* of endur anre. Tbe violation of the commandment which t'dd bim to reaped hia neighbor'* prowerty ended in bin des truction ? in that prostration of the mental and the pbyniral powera winch superinduced apoplexy Although our onemy, it ia useless to deny tlia' tbe dead Cxsr wan a gTeat man aa well aa a mighty potentate. Notwithstanding the melai- I cboly fact ot a quarter of a million of human creature* having periahed, ot>? way or another ! since thia war began? aacri&ced in point ol fact, to tbe insatiable ambition of an unscrupulous | ruler, yet he hud many fine <|ualitipH of head nnd heart I and to auch of tne British nation na aettleil in Kun ia he ' waa extremely partial, nnd always paid th?m the mo->t marked attention. The lion prey* not upon carausnes. We can afford to do justice to departed worth even in the perron of a foe, and It in not toe much to say that if he had terminated hia career without the Turkish sg gresaion which produced thia war, hintory wotUd have enrolled him among*! the moat intellect unl ami success ful monarch* of modern Europe, l'erhapa it I* an well { for tbe future peace of the world that thia outbreak of Russian rapacity took place wben It did, for guarantee* will now be enforced which will effectually prevent Ita repetition. Tbe fanga of tho wolf will be drawn, and the leaaon which he ban been taught will tell upon hia auc ceaeoro for centuriea. The Cur waa born on the Oth of July, 1704, aad If he lived until nummer, would have attained hia Hfty-nlnth year. He dleo not of old age, but of a broken heart? of the diaappointment cauaed by the utter failure of all hia j scheme, of aggrandisement, the proatratioa of all hia j hope* ? a terrible example of the eflecta of unhallowed ambition. Before a great event like thia, all the other foreign af fair* of the week fade into Insignificance. 8 rom the Manchester Examiner, March 3 ] legraph yeiterday morning announced that in telligence nad been received from Berlin of the danger oua tllnea* of the Emperor of Russia. Thia waa th* Qrat intimation that had been made of even tbe indisposition of tbe Czar. Tiding* rapidly followed of the fatal ter miaation of hia illoes*. Wbea tbe House of Lord* met last night, Iiord Clarendon made tbe aatounding a tale- | ment that be bad been informed by a telegraphic mes sage fiom the Bntlah Minister at tbe Hague, that our imperial foe, the great Autocrat of all the Ruanlaa, had been auddenly seized with apoplexy, and waa no more. ; I.ord 1 'aimers ton made the name announcement to the , Houae of Commone, and there can be no doubt that tit* intelligence ia authentic. Thla audden and unexpected event will unqueationably exerciae a moat impoitant influence over the future courae of European politic*. We shall not preaume to ' , *p<culate on the possible modifications which it may [ produce in the exiating relatiou* between Kuiaia and i th* other great powera of Europe. Tbe cloae of the career of auch a potentate, in the nridit of a great con tent that threatened auch disaster* t > the world, will not fail to arouae conjecturea and auaplcion* aa to the meana wherebv bia life had been ao auddenly terminated. The cauae of hia death ia aaid to hare been apoplexy; 1 aod when we remember tlio (act that be hai loug been auppoaed to labor under diaeaae of the heart, an l how greatly the tolla and anxietiea of the pa?t year muat hat* preaned upon bla mind, we can readiir believe that Ida career haa been cut abort by an apoplectic aei/ure It hia death should tend in any way to fai ilitate peace, it will prove a great blriaing to tbe world, and we can | Only hope that bin successor may seize tbe opportuuity of inaugurating bia reign by frank aasuranoe* of hi* de termination to give every reasonable security for the maintenance of amicable relat'ona between Ruaaia and tbe Allied Pjwer*. Ijoril Pnlnn raton's It ??< on*tru? ted f 'nblnrt. fFiom the Aanembb e Nuilonaie, March 1 ] The auccena of the new mini-terial combination will depend altogether on tbe gowrninental qusllti*n w'nch l ord I'aliner-ton will br'ng to hi' taak. He would bi prime mini iter lie i-< alone or at leant he baa u<> long er at hi- aide any colleague in a aUuation to divide with bim tl.e honor and the danger of tne atrujgle* wh'ch await him A great min ntvr, a con-UTnmate tateaman, a timt rate orator n ay - ufft< ?? perhapa for a aingte un tar taking lor ocr part, we have ne?r been of ttia opinion > that I/ird I'almer-'on ha<t tlieijualibcationa aecea iry to ' elevate bim to nuch a heiglit of power, and even tile frienda appear quit* prepared ju-t now to acknowledge , tint they have exantjerated the p? wer which tb?y at i tributed to him under tlie gui e of a badly aVjuired M I pulurity. Tbe more be aacenda, tbe more do* be realixe and jna'lfy the jp l(meut ban ed up <n bun by Mr. IH raeli. 1 lie owe hi* chief parliamentary popularity in Kng land to the 'act of bia having been the auxil.ary of a . tbe revolution' of the continent . and in having pr iaiiae to cov>r Eurrpe with roriatltutional riv iiarchi?n. Ill EnRliab iHOpli- are prodigioualy iond of ronatitutionn not for tbe fatter theme* Ivea, iMp'-tience having proved to t h< m that, like their ndniater it ia well tor them t beoog'xd terma with every government b it becaua they are accuntomed to feel that Km b-li influence i? coiincted with the pr greea of cmatitu : ionalmm ; and revolutiona are alwaya agreeable to th"ae whom they en rich. Jiia' at thia moment there ia something 11) ear* turn to thia apeeie* of proj airam! i?m In Envlant and ?Ten tbia folly baa ?ucreede.t another, namely tbe war ? pirit which ban turned all the beat:- of th* nati u m i roitof de irium If L> rd Palmeraton haa not alt the taienta which constitute a gieat minbiter, it cannot he denied that he la tbe man of thi* aituation. tbe natural repreaentatlve of thl> exaltation of the national apirit. wbu h he be* done ?o much during ao many ;ear* to g* nerate, to foster, aud to support Why England Fulled In War Drtall*. THIS 0<<VBKNMM<T Or AM OLIOAKCIIV- ri'KTIIKK EI raXMION or DEMOCRATIC 8?VI t MKNTM 11V TIIK LKAKIMJ KKWBPAPf R O t LOKDON. [From the Iioodon T.me*. M in i: 1 ] We are not going to repeat juat at thia miroent the tbeuaand ami oh itnbi of woouerful mlamanaxi-nient In tbm IMdtokll ??r W? could acd to UMB by th? dni<o. f.verybody vou mfft ha* a fre?h inatance of *b ?urdity. Indeed, It I'M omy l>een liy accident that go v>rniiient ? w beg to on* the word without dmtlnrliou of |)??t or pnaent, ?>r tblw ml n later or tbat? h*pper>* to be right lime already ? J w 1 1 on the gigantic eitrava ir*Dce ilearribed I t 1 x>r>t Hardwii a ? on 1u?*day n ght, in wbieb, * mply from not knowing the nauai ternia on which nteauiera were engaged, hundred* of thou?ari>l? of pound* ware flung away Irawlcait among tb? ? a m - packvt compan e* IlopHith'e rake com* ti bit fortune and rurrtunded by juckej* mualcianl, cook*. tailor ?, anrt lea* mention. bl>- trw HI chert, ia barJly la a morn belplea* condition bardly mora npuwl to (feoera1 or j.re.latinn than the b iy ttly re*p?<-uble r?>i ?rlentioua and palnataking genth men who are > olag the bunlne** of thia war. The wor?t la, tbat when a great cup baa been lone a n1 received the meed of public congratulation on ail ?i'>a a horrible doabt ??uddenlj obtrulea it?e.f tbat, aft?-r all, It wna a blun ;?r The Halnklava and Set,at topol Kailroad *a* rarel*ed wltb univeraal acclamation. I < ng before a rail had pa* ?d through th* Itoaplioru* Mr. Ktto wan a ban net. and the oaly fear we* tbat the g? n' lemen of tha -tall Id the Crimea might feel too jealoUH of tbe civilian* It ia now aaid, on very g*x>'l nu'hirity tbat a (lank roal, whkh >a , indeed. *ug yeated in thee column*, wo- Id hare been male 1} thla Hnje, and wculd hare an eg red the purpoae quite a - w ?'ll in f i cry raepect. except ooly one? vit. tiia' it ? ou Id hardly bare carried a baronetcy. We mention thia by the way. <'onfe-?in* onn?elve-< to -hare mu<-h of the f-erpn xity that nuii a ".end tbe conduct ol a new war under extraordinary circum*t?n<-e- aftar a very long interval of peace, we are eating our reader* to <ontem( laie for a moment tb.a huge an ! deplorable fact? -thia immen e maa- of ignorance con fuaion, bewilderment, bluadera. and rroaap urp? tea, id high <|uan?i?. We t?g our reed-Ta to note that thia Ipnotanc* and helpleeanraa ia not mer-ly m tbe art of war. not in atraiegy, tactica, and Jauch raooMJta and 1 pnrely military alia r*. but in the m*ehanloal aria, in commerce, in huama? au . ia foand in the adotlmatra tn n of tha mo?l merban' al mrnmerclal, and buaiaeaa like nation in the world It not only exiate? it prevaila, it olitain- It frowa. tteitei?1a iUdark I oud - it thrwatena to obeaure the wboie official Ihy Ina- mucb tbat wherefnac tiooariea did flatter tbetnaelvea they kaew a thing or twn, t lie j are now found more i^noiast toaa any merchant'* clerk yon mar meet In ''crahill Inrtrad of tak ng a g)<? mi ?>?of thia fa':*., or a ma Hrioua view, and ioatea<l of attau jting t? lay down nay theory of oor own we WiU c. stent ouraelrea with rail ing the attention of our philo??phera and aavana? if tWra are any in thia c< mmon ?enae. eommoa piaca mutter of fart country? to thia very ) roper ob^act ol speculation. Iher* ?r? many each fa< t? o ?he world, arni have li<rn many n time* pa>t ? '.hat la, far*' of exactly tbe rbarar-W and 'acta of exactly the "Pj"?ite haracte, bat atl ba< ng a commo* re lereare to the roiaparativ* merhaelrt. And cotumerria anowle 'ge of tbe g ivert ng and the gi,r' r^edelaeaea. ?xaaifie, our re*p*ctable alllw, the Turka Unughtl.ey i aptearf have tome Inkling Of military arler.'-e n a ?t)le r f thetr own are yat .>pen :eot > n the Oraeka and A i meniai < for trade, art. erien^e, as ! buaic-- way*. Or tbe i otrary, whet, we go to India thaugti we am tbi-re iet on!> a governing <:???, hut a i~? -e handfal of falatlna we atand at a va>t aupwrloritr to the aa'lve* In fact, out wr tera am, r? .?t? if t 'y are goo 1 for anything ? and n>oet of tbem ara? bei-ooie toe ; ?p>naer> ; of tlvih/at.on to r.i .? ? wma-i l tii r. They . o t ' perhapn, <0 a? a. ,ch a* they might, though MMne of the n liaveopeo'd tra<le? ma 'e n ad? ret.de-ed river* nav ga'i e aank we.l-. fr onrted c:t *? introduce! ?'.en e an-* im proved. If not alw?v the a -pec*, of thecoantry at l*a ?. ; tbe rnndititn of the p?op> 'me tb.r.g hoeav^r ' f.ey can do, and are rot b*> < i:?n to tha na?. ve f,.f ? , etaaary iMtrnctii n. t^ey ran make war. they e*a coi lect ai.pj,lie? they can cocaatrate material, tbey ran ea"abltah iragaiin* - th?y ran maae feroed march** oot, indeed, without aoffrrieg for they bave deeerte Mvme tiioea to travar<e. hut, at alt evenle a.th a aoeea far above that of their har^ar - sta?oai?1 Th t< aar c?aa la India It I- the ca e of -be Irwi'L ia A .ga n. It W?- fvoerilly the r ie f he Roman wheraver'b ey went and 'he. r *gp*rlor katw'ielge is t .? r nr ?are>,j an ! me-haairai ha* see* tf war emir biM a* tn ,-h t? thetr universal d< a^a. c *? '!?eir 1>'ip. aa an! vai .r It wan very moeb tbecaaa ef the Htraeeaa Itwn u, ? th* a*aa of tbe horaax* for tb?y a era %> n I ar'. and m ia a tri. *? kin disclaimed the intention af theorirlng am these fcata, though af mum ti (kali *ot Motpt U ia auaptclea of a deiaiU Tito. U It ?at the fact u we ?tale it, that th,a greet commercial and mechanical eonatry U nrfmd by an official body comparatively igootaat of cammerce and the mechanical art *r La it not true that there ia aa actual cat/' bat wet a thie body and the surrounding population r The functionary waate to know noma email matter of business or me<h? nica, aad not only i? ba at a loan bimielf, but positively doe* not know where togo for instruction or aid. Whom U be to aak' Hi? collragues, his fellow governor* and rulers of high and low degree are all equally Ignorant. But be i? oblige. I to give orders and entnr into negotia tions with the outaidera? that ia, the governed rlaaeee. Be laseiea tbey aie all in a conapiracy to cheat hi 'n, like a paT'y o( bot?l keetiera or gut-lea concerting the plunder ol the wealthy Kn^lii-li tourt*t < 'no he get one cl them 1? pen h on the hit) But the man who be tray ? liin own cla?? will betray anybody nine Can ua , buy hu auxiliary* What ia toe value of bought know ledge? Certainly it tan very bald rna? Tim mtaiater

CkLUot couaiili a tool out of bla own cla*? without the i fear of falling Into aotne job tr committing wiine epoo toneuva blunder, wincli may coat half a million or ho, | and, wbet m whin- leave tne work undone The ollicial, of courae, will open ail his ayes, nil bis e.ire, every porn , in hi* ekm, to be i<u hit ^uard . but then comee the worst of all lhe raoet fatal course la that eireaaire euaplnioQ that make* a uiinitier or n subordinate functionary *u?- < feet fverj body, reject ill! advice, und confound the pit riot and the rmrue. Hie timely hug?:i"<tion nod th* na?o.l job. e eball emi ae we tiegau. We did not prop .** anything alee th. n to deecrlba the official "fix." Ulan meiancanly fact Here wu ar". a great commercial, bu- ! elceae like. ahij buHHo*, railway mating, prorttlin- i drilling, everything manufacturing nit on, g vern?d by a lalber clote ?no iom|act body of wen, who koow nothing a' all nl three things any mora than they know how to cook their dlnnere or to make their own clothea I.urtt l.urun nad Uird Radiant The follua'ii.^ la a copy ol the letter addressed by Lord Lucan to It rd iUnlan complaining of the expression uaed ia Ixiid I tag lan - despatch deeeribing the charge at lialaklava ? I1al?xi.a\ a, Not ISO, 1K54 My I>ord? In your lofdahip'a report of tli? cavalry ac tion of lialak lava of tbe Mfttb ult., given in the papers which have ju-t arrived fiom Kngland, you o?<?rv? " that from ?? n.e taiei on^ption of the in*trucllna to ad vance, tbe lieutenant-general considered thai he wan bound to attack at allhaiarda, and he accordingly order ed lxird Cardigan to move forward with the I glit bri gada." Surely, my 1-ord, thla ia a grave charge, and an imputation reflecting eeriounly on my aroftaaional cha ? acter. I cannot remain ilent. It b>. I feel, incumbent i>n me to elate tbo~e fact-, which 1 cannot doubt mutt rlear me from what I re pectfully Hubmit 1* altogether unmerited The cavalry waa forme<l to -upporl an in tended movement of the infantry, when Captain Nolan, the aid*- de camp of the (Juartermai-ter General, name up ta me at apwd, and placed in my hands thia written In.- 1 ruction ? lord Haitian withea the cavalry to advanra rapidly to th* frunt, follow thi eni iuy, and I r v to pr'voni tba enemy car rylng e? ay the rmit Troop or hort* artillery may a.coiu pany. I'reiuli cavalry it on your loft It AlltKY After carefully reading thia order, I heaitated and ur|ed the uaeleHanrita of auch aa attack and the dangere Kit. nd: up It. The aide de camp, in a most authoritative tone. stated that they were Lord Kaglaa'a order* that the cavalry abould attack immediately. I aaked him, "Where, and what to do V' a* neither enntny nor guua were within eight. II* replied in a moat diereapectful but significant manner, pointing to the further end of the Tallejr, "Tb*re, my Ix>rd, ia your euetny; there are your gun* " Ho dintinct, in my opinion wea yonr writ ten instruction, and to punitive and urgent ?tn the or dera delivered by the aiue de camp, that I felt it wan im peratiT* on me to obey, and I informed I/>rd Cardigan that he waa to advance, and to the objection* he intde, and in which I entirely agro-.l I replied that the order waa from your 1-orilahip. lluvirg derided, agaiuat my conviction, ti make the movement, I did all in my [xiwer to render it aa little psriloua aa put rlble. 1 former tbe hriyade tn two linea and led to its euppcrt two regiment* of heavy csvelry, the Scot* Gray* snd Koyala, and only halted them when they had reached tbe ?|ot fn.m ablch they could protout tbe retieat of the I J^ht Cava ry In the event of tlieir being pursued by <lie enemy, and when, having already lout many offlrer* and men hy tbe tire Irotn the batterl?? and fort, any further advnnce would have expoaed them to destruction My I/ird, I conelder at the time? I am ?t II of the name opinion ? that I followed tbe only courae op?u to me. A* a I. eut. nan'. Cetieral. doubtleaa, I have discretionary power; hat to tale upon ayaell to dieobey an order wrl'ten by my Commarder in Chief within a few minite* of its delivery , end givm from an elevated poaition com- i macdluf an entire view ol all the hat terlea an I tbe THisltmn of the eneint, would have b?en nothing |tsa than direct dieobedience of order*, without any other re.ieoa than that 1 preferred tnv own opiuion to that of my (iereral. and. in tbta inatance, mutt have eipo ed tne and tbe cavalry t? mferalona aeainat which It m'ght have t>een Oifllcult to defend our-<-lvea It ebould aleo !>?? temeinl'eied tbat the aide de-camp, well Informed of the InUntiona of hia General an I the objecta he had In view, aftrr limt Inflating nn an imme dlate charge, then placed hltnaelf in front of one o< tbe leading njuedrona, where he fell th* tlrat vic tim. I did not dare to to ditobey your loidahlp, and it ia th' opin:oii of tvery officer of rank In tiiia atuiy to w 1, cm 1 have tin wu your lualructlona that it wa* not {lOflb'e for ire to do ?o. I lo|? my lord, tbat I have otated the facta ti-mp*r at* y and lu a becoming and reap-ctful manner, at it baa b>eu my with to do. I am confl lent that it will f e your I'eeiie to do me jaatice I will onh a*l> that your lorr'abip abould kindly ?tve the mint publ'rily to thia letter tbat baa bei n givon to your report, aa I am renaitlvely etnl' iie to teMafy my soveriign. m? mill tary nuperlute and the pnbllr, tbat I hate no' on thiaunbeipy occaaion iliowu tryatlf undeterviu^f of tbe r <ot.ii i nc? or unlt'irg the comma to I nhu-hl bold ? I have tbe boii'T to l?, Ac., I, CCA V, l.|tuteBant-(>eiieral. Commanding Cavalry i/tvleton. Hi* 1 xcellcory the Coo.m.iiider of tbe lorces. '/onnvr Itialltmi illlinf lull. Ilie f onetar.lir.ople nrreapooilciit of tb'' V' ming <'hro*iilr ifln ilrt ribing ton iiupatleora of the Zouave* for an aeaault, ?t?tt? that a ) ?? rir?> arm 'd dtputttmii | ?4 tf! ii|?ib <;*oi ral Canrobert to intiat that h? mould give ori.era fi r t >??> utorrtiioar, an'! to declare that unleaa the rrderawere given at onm trey them**lvet would ruake an attack forthwith lhe <>? neral triml to reaaon with Item tut they only bat aiue more obetlnate and , determined, l*e ng that ?rnu d?ci?l?e atcp muat l>e taken t<> pr> aer re autboritv and pievent inaurreeUon, Catrrbrrt tnl'txl out the 47th r glsu-nt of tba Una, ami a battery ?.f f I'M arM'lery. aad having tei??d tba ring , lw<m m tto'i lraia4iMftMNtakM twaiva nf them { In |.r--rnr> o' tho whole camp ? a piecr of *o*nrelie a/-, tic 11 ?l.icb ha?< at one* the hapry etfect if rendering Mm ? ,vmr?iiiu lj mere ?at>?lle-l with the conduct of the ?lege tad leae i'l?|<'w?1 to try the teai-tlng power of tut < onati. n' oe aii<l it* aiater hatteree oo their own Ml m '] lii ? aflalr itaya the corraapor, lent , vWob I bate every reason to behave real waa, of rour?*, aa Hi -H h aa i*?alhl? huehed up id tli? caiup but that It ia r t a n? re I 1? rumor I may venture to aaaert. having I. ?rd of It I turn a aource owl likely to lie raiainfurin*<l 1 he fifnrrnl Arming In Rtiaala. 1h>- tnralidr Hutu puhllahoa ilie regulation prepared It !l,e tr-ractirg Senate, aoi ratified bv the I :.ar, for the orgaoltatlon of the "lnip?rUi Mob.lr Milllla aa the new culpa decreed in the re i ?ut rnantfealo K to ho called. Tha orilinaom la divided into nine auction* an t i nefy ifftn paragraph*, anil in the origlual Dlla ae??n (olio column*. The Urol clauaa of tba doc u moat larea tbivt t; ? torp# i? rai-eo for temporary ?er?l e. in defence nftlefai'b, tlie throne, ami the fatherland It in en acted that eiemptlcna from miliary tervh e hitherto jrtJ .tted, thai! not apply in the prevent ca e hut that 94- <??' r I" liable Ui the c,apit?tion tai, or lit equivalent, ?hall lie liable to be railed u|on to ?er?t In thia corpa .?? :>h?n'? Jew?, and foreign celorlata who have he>en encouraged to eetti* in Kua?ia hi, . re' eiva grant* of Und Irimtli crown. Me e?. epte*. Ti.e corpa w, 11 l>? d > Idad into I attalioe* or druecbine* each conaiating of f jur iwa J nie? lacb drtiecliine 1 a to be commanded by a >t*lt iffeir and to have four captain* and a ataff captain 1,000 ? ul. ftu-t re aiid >ul(iier>, and 1H nnntiaM, In order to l.aa'en the formation of the corpe a ^"hernial militia conimlt'ee la to be formed In every trovernm>*?t and * ' h i ii fourteen da> ? after the reoipt ol the tnaoifeato the aoble are to aa mi Me and ?pp<iiot tba rendetvou of tha aev?ral battaliom. and malie arrancmenta for their rupply and e>julpoient 1o me?! the ei?*-a*M of the n-* c. rpa apeclal '? voluntary ' lah cr'pt <m? ar? Ui l?e ti de f r which th? ri, n.mit'ee* w II open hat , and to which ail per?on< era aumitooed to contribute Hie ?i bject? of the frnperor are adjored by tbelr I va of j thc.r eonntry to n.aka ?arrlftre< c (re?pon<tini to the or ci*<i, and it ii announced that t'.e n?:n?? aol ?ub errtji'iona i f all p?r><n? ? 11 he publi-bed The n ble?, at ">? >i aa they have delibwratad aceor : ng to (he diree ti?n? foregelnf are to repair tc. their ?everal loralltlea ai eiart Ueoieelveir In forwardin* the enr' Iment Th? M, dwra muat D"t be younnar than twenty, nor 1 1 lar tl.?a Icrty five yea rt of aye 'n tb" format on of 'Wtii pamea, Inb.'M'anta of the aaioe v .laire are to be aept t ? f r '.her a> far aa poaaihla TJii.ea who have ao lr??rmi of 'he r own ira to be forniel.ed wl'b a nuatet and ba i oat The noph y merit of the militia l? to l-e ,1 tlie po t?ure of lhafvar, and Lp< n ' .e te-ft. r al on of tb' ?ar nil pert< ne aerving in the r >r pa w II be atloxad I i f i.a-k to the'r bomea Hhoald aay fall in oat'ia U>?ir faniiliet wlU receive a certlfl ate a' eolr :,f them from i L t;atioa >0 furnlah a recruit at the nett levy. Hnaala and Narrllnln. ?"".e foil/ w ng la a 'ranalation f t^a ' nln a1 -e?aed ly ('Will Ne???ir'?de to Ituaalan ??eeta in 'ore go Matra, Bo'.iiy.bg that Ituaaia la at war eith 'art n a ? ? t I i???ee? mi ?eb IT, l"' ? Ihe f'/(Ort of ? ? wllJ, wa doubt ?.??*, atare the api- | Til' i. "f the t mparoT up< a the pa I ry of h a Me eaty th ? K nfOf ^ar>".iijia. a*, a Bi'Tnent wl??r< that aoreraUa. wuhout any ca'er.aib.e motive, without any lefl'imata ?e i.f compa nl, ao*! wttc>qt even t'<e vt e of IS* .rr,? leat infr ir ft ir.eat glut tile d re- 1 r.' reata of hl? I ntry haa placed a' toe ''?p-.aj </ Kr gland a 'fjt , .f' vai/' of If ?Xl ?ren fi r tt.e tnvaeii a ' tb* ''r'aie* In 'ak ag th a >Vp the Sardinian g "term appwara to bata left ll to the care of the pas Ic jr mn ? V. waea o? fa* at ge? ion wh!'h It haa not t Lo 4. bt M to j net Iff cy a '.eclaration of war Ve uodi-'atani tl.e motive of tbia elleic* The ( oart of 7ur n. we adialt it would o va ad wan* diRcal'y Ir. row <ut ng ita pedley with 1 ? a agonal aa t.mei' of ita eoon'ry It would have eite-en-?d e.,u? d'ffiea.'y ta maaibg I'a pree^a'. con t >r e> ala* w I. 'he aa' ??t i'/airwl of th* Itoaiae of a?o? Ta rncauitlnf 'ba anr.ala of it* bUtney 11 m g*it ' t# tl.e u t'B' of a Kaaeiar. army cr aai g tt.e \lp*, I ti' f .? t/ae It ??? to dwfaad Hedm at and aot t ? a ??d* It la '???* fooaella a' tba 1 * bioeta of Compa, la the ? ? 0 r. i ? the Jjep*r? r Alet at?r rrf g|/?e ?,-ia mem ' tj I" a a? in Kuae a w he leat |er falth'bl *app?vt '?? ti.e le deir : i'*atew ef ^ar ' iniA whea '-b* boiae of I Utuf waa raise" ,t<4 ra tie thro** of it* aacaeteii M t we Inally ree%B to mlwd U.a' ?t lit* ??*?? period If fier a wae re ?ai*e4 to the I ar'aw l>aad a ? I la l>??a< a* ti* lw<p*rtaJ UNaai ramfa ted tae aaee-a If of a*e?raf at tie eaa-.e Una* 'hw eww>?aretw [eaat* If i aad tk* yeeataiaa of tba eoai*rr wknk t a arm# of I R 1 e?.t baif W tealvwt I/a* a lorwifa ;aaa ' [ To dar, (taking ia ahliriou the toeaoaa of the put, U?e Court of Tuna ia about to4irect ag?in?t u*. from that ! Mif aaiDO port o i Uaaaa, a koatiU- enterprise* bich Ru? *ia baa the mneelaatioua eatiatactina of knowing wm not provoked by her Ihe attitude tbua a*aun*d by har Jinla, without a (oioial <Jk laration of war, u wa hare atated, would make u* doubt what nama we ought to give to th* auil liary troop* i!e*tited to luvade our frontiere under th* fUg of a country with which ire have bitharto iwu it* lug in peace However, if tha Court of Turia loaaa aight of tha prin nple* and rni((im> conaecrated bjr tba Uw of nttioni an tha immutable rnla of the int? rnatlon -1 relation* of Htatta, Uii> Kmperor, for bia part, ia renolved to obaerta than. With tlila intention, hi? Imperial Majeaty feel* it in mmbent upon lnm to decline tliat peace ia 'If jure and dr fatin broken by tbi* flagrant art of hostility, tha v linli blame of which n > oil* upon the Sardinian govern* dii nt. W ?? leave it to bear tha entire re pnnaibilitv thereof. In the fata of the opinion of ita country and of all Kurope It bebovea eepeclally t) a allied power* to Appreciate tie conduct ol ?h>- court > f Sardinia when it ha ? deem d It opportune ami loyal to turn ita imin <i<*ln -t u ??' tha tir> moment wi <-a the imparia cabinet entered Into a deliberation at V rot a, ileatined to opt n tha path to the rr tahiiahment ol peace. 11a wi lit* which tend toward* the ucnorapl hmeut of it at work ol pn Iflration erein to have been *lr*iiir*ly misunderstood I J the oaMwt at Turin In fact, while tin' government* nf Central Kurope wl-ely iuterpo-?d their legitimate authority to prrtMit one o the helll geaut newer* from rtcru t>ng ita lev'una in tha ."tate* ?b i b Iiml t on having their neutrality roapertel. the HardtnieD government, lea* chary of the blood of Italy, ronaante to pour it out for a eauta 'oreign to the pollti eel anil relisloua InUie.te of ita nati n Kor, in good lallb, it cannot be pretrndod that b? unfolding bar ha* ner by tha *ida of the croreat, Hardline lauciea aha h< rvac the can** ol Cbintianity. Nor can It be iflirmed that ha -eek* to defend tha w?'?k ?iram*t the itronit * hen <he join* her arm* to tin k* of Franee anil England. It i* tbi* luttar Power, if we are rightly Informed, which takea the 8ar.inl*n trw pa undar ita r.imiu.inil ? we will not aiiy in ita na< , a* we wiah to ?h?1ii n from wotinitlng the >ia<iuo?l leelmga 'if a country with which, to I'ur regret, w<> are nbout to b" nt war. Notwltlirtauiling thi^ n<'<e*aiiy, tha Kiiip?'riir will e ? ill nilord protect It n to lha privnta [iulari'tn of Banilal/?n Muhjecta who cutertuia uoi'ieiit cnnim> riiial relatlim with Ku>hia. They aball not aufler from the error* of their government. Iliey ura at lilxrtjr to remain ia tha ain plre in full security under tha |irotection of our law4 *o lemr a* they il<> not inlrin?re them Hut tba Nirdiniitn dug will hanref >rth r?* to enj"y the pteroirntivea ncrorded aoUIy tha luerMntila aavy uf neutml Htntec. A term abnll -,e fixed for the >Ieparture of Sardinian veaaeN thut mar he actually in Ru?>>lan por'a, llie eia quator will ba at ? nee withdrawn from rardiai.m coa uh in Ku**ia. 1 he Kuaalan agent* at flanoa an I Nice will alao racalva order* to ananend th* enerclae of their function*, |xtae? batween the two countfie* haviag been lirnkau by th* Court of Sardinia from tha moment It acceded ta the treaty of alliance concluded no the loth of April, 1MM, bet waen fireat llritain and t rance. The Kmperor haa deigned to charge me to eouiiauni cate theae detrrminatiim* to all frlvudly power*. NfttHKLRUUC. The PrtUMloti Nr((OllalJoni In K'niti 01N. TON WKIikt.I.M INTKKVIKW WITH N A I'OI.KO)* ? WHAT TBJK ElMOOr rtCIIU AORIV TO 00? 410V i'KCBMA AIM'KO ACUXH THK VI UN HA CON FMlKNOR ? NO LIHBWTY OK DKHATK I'KKM ITT*I> T? IIKR. (Tana (Yob. 2H) (k>rre*|?otid*nce of Imndoa Tlmea J On arriving in ravin, M Wed ell had an interview with M I rouyn tie llluya and then with the Kmperor. He waa well received by both. ami m*uher appear* to have found at y fault with bin language. Th??y tKith | that In, the hrnperor and bin mlul t?r? -o beer red that they Haw with pleasure the advance* made by the King of rruMla, that they accepted with aetlnfaclbm the over* turea propoand by the gemi.tl in the name of Ilia King and that the? ware dippo>e?l to treat a*p irately an?l directly with rrtiMrtla, who might thua aucceed in a*a<tm ing ber place in the conference* i? t Vienna; hut they, nt the aa mo timv, intimated tho en gaff* monte they aUould require from Pruaaln, and which would enable her to take part in the tr? aty. Tin- liutteror and M Orouyn de l'Huyn apoke of a treaty which beuld be analogou* to thai which France a i >d Ktiglar.d had aign*d with Auatria on the 2d of Uecruttier, while at the ?aine time reco# ntring that there might t?e reaaon t ? taka Into nop filtration the inter pt station ubich hm been given . to the four condition* of guarantee In the protocol of the 2ftth of Ikrt mln-r, and the acceptance of that | interpretation by the i mperoi Nlcbo an The Un g uaije employed on theme two occaalona wai, I ! am a *? u red cordial and aincere, though not without leaving aomethii?if ttid unexplained. The protocol of ' the StVh c?f lie, ember gave but a vague and general I interpietation to the tbirtl condition of guarantee ? namely, that which refer-* to th?* lev nion of the treaty of July. 1M1, reepectng t he re eata liahment of the equilibrium of Kuropu and the limitation of the in Hut nee of Huaa a m tbe Black Hea It tnalntaise 1. in la tor of tie Weatern I'owern, the almont nullmitod , right <1 <it n.and ng new condition*, and of profiting l? y the advanta^i* wl.irh would r?*ault from tbe evaotuall ttea t?f wmi an.) vh.i ia prectaely th* imp ?ri*ui l point 1 for Frai.ce, Jinglabd, aui Turn*/, a* well a* fu* Huaaia After theae preliminary c? nveraat o?a between Gene ral de WedeJ, the I* triperor and M Orouvn de I.Uuya, they a* itc'i * n thia ? (hat the King of I'ruaaia abould Ooclaiii all idea of an alliance with 'he Kui|?eror .Nicho las trial he wan ready to el^n with the Weatern J'ower* a tjeaty rquivaitut to Itiat ? f th* '.' I of f?eceiob?*r, k**ep j it g 'ri ?i? w tbe j t' to? 1 of the VHtb of f'e?i*mlH?r th*t I tbe King ean.e?tiy t aired the treaty to remain witam { t ht teima of lb* prt?toc *1, that I ro*? ? al. on Id erit?r in to ibe O nfen n? ?*? df Vienna iron.e .iat? ly a'ter the a'g nature ^f tbe tr?-a'y tl nt on the ?.na ani? . aa on the otb#r, the t r* *ty ahoulti prtpare i, an I that n <otia ! tiona nboulti be aubiieijnently opened with the vhw of | dt .ding in c< mnuu on it a forn*. I>*tb parte* ?*? to e?rk at onca (itntral Ue?'etldrew up bin pr??je? t, ail lA I ronyn tie |.bnya htn own I hi- Oeneral aent I it to I erlic, in ??rd*r to ?*?ure himoelf ti.at he had not devl atfrt t row the mtintiona of tf .? K'ng, who autiior /?*?! the (ierteial to enter ?nto negotiator**, takmr th** pr*? l ^ec t an hit )?\ht tie iir)-*rt TLn? mit iorl/aUon wan brought to the <i#n*rel Odonel d'fill?erg# who arr in 1 aria on the 1Mb of frebruary. iJu?, wti.e the (obn*i am < n hia way hither, Nf i rouyn de li)nv?. in?te.ti| < f eomniunit attng hia project ti? Ot b?*i el ?le Wetleli ?rnt it ?<n to l^rlm t th* k > w h Ifiniater at that < ouit, wh< in turn, an 1 without d?*lay, c> n.nion n ate/f It to M llanleuflel Tnia ia at project ! differed in one tingle |4# nt fr m that ?-f (ieneraida W? >ll hut that point wan an import nt one, intamuch aa it rt lated to t| ,m Interpretation wUicn ah??ald b* oeft mtely given V Uie third tonditi n ? f guarantee M I t* ii fn e'e I^iu va t' Ck hia prt'eaution* ag?in?t ao? p aai ble tergi?ara.itt< n >,n the jart ?.f I'ruaaU lie m?ant that I'runria Once id minted l? the conference# f Vieti it, ab< uld b^ t?4>nod toe nf rrn to tbe denaion ? f the majority of the c#?f* rent e, #t! i<> ad in the a?>n>?* of it a ultimate re?oiutit<ti?, and c? ojMnrate in the ei^nti n of the nieaauran which th tt ma>ofitv ahould adopt Tbat j* int w?a avidentl* intended V- ptevioualf ob ige I*r u . ? hb bv that daelalon, and make fcer nubi<r'!inat* to the UiijOflljf t#f the conference. A< cording to ihe pro ;ert rf f*er?eral de He4ell, ft naala ahould, *o the roiitrary, enter lot the ronferenc?a wltb out takifg any pre* >u<* * n^a^ement and w.th the f latitude of the rlghta whieh u -g? ad diplomatic tr <5iti<na attribute to ail the I uaer- united in one and the nan e confarance. ihe difference, y? u p?-r*-?rt*e ta grefc anl It ia the one wt lch h ? divided the bin?'ta ill lierim and J'arin. 1 r.e (ymrt of leriin de# lare that it la ifady to engage itae!ff w.th M.isa tight e?^* ptiooa within tbe lin lUfct the treaty of the L>\ llMaiabar, and rot e^uantly to tlelllier ?ie on th' n??i or* r?ece? ary *n he taken to .ttain the t.hject of the -luance namely t he if tat iahment of the j# r# <t( Europe oa the h, , Ol the protocol of V.ion . and *he note of the H?h of A u gu?t bet it require* *hat th* e drhhwr tion n.JI t-?ke |?la?e in the n,unt> n* ? ? t*f Vienna, open to i'm^iia a? tr? thereat and it \ ienn-i I'maiii will 4h-'ti?a .?nd de* lit eiata like the o'her I'awar-. If the rea*. ition- ad p -4 ?'* r e -iich a* u t her ?>! ? w, I p rticlpate in their wieeu t'- n if tf ay do n t al e will ab?iaiu The |r*n h cat#i nat however ?tp!le?| v*? that prop*. *1 by ytn^ % ? ' fill pot a"n,t> you th* liberty of a*! um y ?>? In. .ml an<l pu shall fiitrr info fAe t rmj n ct?c e# only rm r-mdttt"n th'tt f&U U til U tj our < J irnovt or at Uast, y?m *kail <u* ttrUA us as ij you u*rt '/ "Ur rynnum " Tli? Hiaaelart Ni|iia<!it>ii In Ihe f'nrlfte. M li'lci6t'M '40?)xiitii or nvr WAH iiira ton jr( ti ?kt> cirrni or two > ot. i?n thai*** (hon the .Ming afire t K I i lime# J an V } I'y ' i - Out' h at earner fa an? ' jiain rer* e a#tvi ?# and journal were received In the 2n|b fw*?rit^f. It e a raptirt'd at l afatia tl.at a on oftjectared frt m iti aunp -t ou? n."??in?i.t? to l*a Kua iaa tv crui'ing within twenty mi ee of *he p ri A twr+*yim dent ta ea the r. urn Mr tf rnaieii a Are, a ?'aimar, twofrtyatn# an*! tw?. amalter ahlpe H e gl re the repair t junta* wa rwcMted It le*aing our reader* to ri# r up the netpteiooa C*fg?t?atanre if they ran Of t ,e Hoa aian tea^eia In' a? to he in tb? I'aeiAe tbe AartVft I a n ? vera at I'et'opeukn* , whevi the a^aadron Iwft that piaee the I alia na nneordi of to "'am frem r i ear h n aniogaaHe* , aett hoaaed sot tn t.'#e fl*e? An '"t "f ? galm b it the wh?r*?b"%Ui of tbe ett*ail ?te- eer w* hate not h-ar' ?na wa? i*?t a#e? t ibe breaking out of the war, near Hh nghae. A fr ead at I'atav.a wr te ? Hifivii, raa' V* % %94 It O rep? rla'*. here that to*ra are imto,* three * r foar nhipa of war and a at earner, but what t'#*y are owe ?a* (na to k now Tie 'it taia of the feeble Hartal, tm hia p*>a?#(*> freo* Man "a to thia aa ? tb*tr? atw/ut twmtf m i* a a*f the o??t and ther- ia no doubt that aa th* f'th in*t a eteamer eaa ee^-n from our karniotit h"*ina and i|iin ?|an the 3^th or *1 *i- b?t f ior|f( ^teli-a fttaaa*r eaa ? la !e from the d***ka of abipa a the road* i f?e wa* a two m?at* t ve?a*J. a-.t reave oearty iafe the * titer t' a-la, tien aJtr *e^ he* ro ,ra* aa! bwf' r* morn eg wa a i|tia oat t,f eight Thta iatAa ew*fdeuHi*, and mh e r f u? are ia* .ir.* : vo ti iaa that I*, meat be Rja a? n a jkama oa toe l> A U * pri?e* aa?l keep'fig tear t a'evia eo aa t# have a aatiliai p? rt te ma to n e?.*of purauit frt m l og! ?b aa ' I rei.-h afe y of wa f/ne e? -.id fare t? / ?*ht that if tbe *teaan?rr wh*eh raane ia *n *t.e aUiti ten e^*e*i oa ne * le*a ettner I r*-ocii ar > rr??b. ah eatil4 fate o^m* i#*%it :aW< the roada her mA fi.vr. g d**? ao rr.t k e? aaattere Wwe auap irWn T?? veeteia from lam UMMl, the fier?ga'0*a and Orara \/+t ' ' ? ' /).?! '??! M,1 *r? M*Ml R??fly 14" I i! t* qtitl# [- ?? l#W li-?y Uvt !<*<? I 1h? l*ft lllM|>? tu|?M 1' Ik u! ?? lb? | n ?/?( , k* *w I ?. .?y? Um> i.iim !??( ?tup toft <?!??(?? i ?> i?| it J'tt. >? 1 M Mt tan f.\ i r*>i* tfe ? ? 1 it 4?y& Tt * UAf ?ll.f rt rK'ifi ??? a ( r, ? ? ? HD'.Ut [..*-? u*T|f.( to:, wvb l>< (I, v* 'l ie< It *>li *'/rtk f. > ?k t%f ft li# Itk atf iftr-Mf i tt fitunv to<i?1 k? " . f imAt fn? U ? ?hi t* Ik* awt*tM im II ? ;l<( ill w Ik* rmo4 ? nf ? ??? *?-? fr- n Ik# tor? ( toWfte trvm tk* r ??' ' ?kif, sM k y 111* I ? n ?| - k*f? ' t. <? '.*1 '.? ? ?r. > tt? H? h i Ob t*. ??? 4*f lu Mcvr. ? >, u.i, CVU<4* Hw*1 trn??4 k*r? Tk* 'M(M ?f U>t< lUf r* uiM V> Lin ?*?>. >> tto * (kt M*f4, ky ?**' Lf kt, (?%! ih?i iW?Ht tk* hm ?ww ?ivk to* torni it their But kM<li. Aji (u u hi eeuld dutAa | u uih they apprar.*] ta ba all man of war and Ui funs a equadroa, rauulioK of a large a wiatia, a brig am) a steamer Probably the amok* ma bar* <m the 'Hit *ai that of the ?leaner belonging to that aque<1 ron Cape of Uood IIo|>e. MUTINY ON BOANII AN AMKBICAN Hllir ??U0? ATTACg ON TIIK 0AITAIN AND OPriDBK* IT A MAI LOB IIIH ABJMCeT. Tha Cape i ( a|* Town) Monitor of December 30*. aaj? - An uDli<niiiuile m 1 1 a i r occurred ua hoard the Aaae rir.an ahip Mauford. About ten day* before her arrival Inlnlil# r^y i iliipuli' aroee hetvien the cap'iua m4 one n| the ???men The |>arl of tae Utter we* takea by ?BOtkai Nllat, a MWNte miNiril ran li ' OB whioh the ^weda aeut u> the fcr*< a.tle aud erined nimeelf with a bowiekoife lie afterward* returned, *ud the oiepata betw eeu h>m ami I *pt*ia hupea tti ir opened Aam followed, and it.. .n.| ,,f ,t ? ,rt,m*. in wbiafe the captain eaa eoundad ?evafaly with two cute oa the heed, a ii*ngarou? one on tbe at ouider ao I eeveral oa t ha aim The liret ana on 1 officer a promptly interfered for hie reei ue, when the former received *evral onta luin.'lf, one paiticuli- rlv < n tbe wriav which will probablt <1ia*bl* In* l>?ul lor Ufa, the latter waa piecoad with u > erlou* wou& l on tlie abilurmu, of which hr ie a t III dangerously e-llmr 1 lie Hwede at lut ?u om ?oteni), end aefely n cured In iron In m eiiecno* fur llo r tio i o ? Hu h w ** the lnah ed etele both of the riilMB'Bder and the Or t nod m ood o Altera that tha ? fi'p ea> left aulrly to tbe oavlgati< n of the crew. While in ? 1. 1? coidition thi > fortunately fell in wltb aa American ?hip bona 1 to New York Tha ch'af n#c? a I ln r wee rent on |o r?t ilie W Uoi t by the OoBimaudar, and ?itb hiii pernii- ion rruiained in charra to navigala her Into 'I at Ie IU)> The unfortunate Need* whaee f alf lr.1 to the whole dua'er, w* biought aahore la Lroaa*, ? ml la now In i ueti") jr b> or<ler of tha IJ 8 Ceu.ul. < apt Holme- lie will he forwan!e<i either by the Mad ford or eome other opportunity , lor trial to the I'aited Mate* liinl doubt a are cntert.uucl of the recovery a out ol tbe poor >u!1erera Pailkulara of tlie VVrti k of the Krrarh Kri K?le Hi mlllMiitr. T1 e I'aria M'titltur of tha lat luatant confirm* the taaa of the Nealllante. Aftar mentioning that Ita inloraiaUaa la baaed on the account* eent in by tha military aad n.antime authi rltie . of Uoiali a, It a 'Id* ? Ptaca* at wraak af *11 klada tlMbavaf a frigate, a aailor * hat. beartug the nam' of the ennllaiite, the lag til that Innate, k> ., hating been waahed aahore, rw movea *11 double no th a melancholy event. Only oat body ha* yet been luun I The iVmillaule eae a Ana frigate of AO gua*. and wee commanded hy Captain Hugan alie left louloa aa tha 141b, having oa board, in addition to her r*f u a r ifft, 4<HJ Infantry. The weailier waa rough whan tha Ha tag lania atarted but there wa* no reaaoa to aupao** that when ahe had reached only a few league* from lharoaat, a violent tempeat would rone on and deairoy her. Driven by the violence of the gal. from the auuthwaat into the Htraita ol llonifacio, *he ia aappoaad to hara ?truck on a *onkra rock, and Wi have i [latently Bllad ***d auuk Among the artiolaa waahail on *hore ara eoaaa *li ikoa, the numbera an which indlaata the rngmteal to which they belonged alao a letter written to tbe oa^ tAiu hy the carp. nW , and tb? hat of oa* of the aaii era. ho*rlii( tae name of the vra**l. l~h* *outana of a pnaai haa alao been picked ui>, whilst mu I have belonged to the rhaplaia of tha frigate All tbnee thing wwrw wa ha<l a. hora oa tha *bi*U laland of l?vaaii. r**liloiia for March. ( ?rom U Pollett ) li e vurlety In hall dree*** I* ao great that It ladiMcuJI t< nelact, but wa Diuat >lla * b'auUlul evening WMlettaaf ?oitria, ei.rke.1 with velvet full ,g? Tha roiflura acaaaa paaying It I* composed of shaded green velvet via* laaea^ with ailver atalk < and Undnla. 'I hey hav* all low bvdiaa. The hair plaiod id flat handeaui, "llgbtly covering Ik* |..ri ln?d a bwad | lait of h.ur la brought very forward, and haa * wi. afh of vine ien?e* twl*t<?l roun<t It, aad n un> juai dJltanca* a hunch of grapea droopa gr loefolly. lor " at bona" drvaa v**t**,or more iiroparly apaaklag, bod iea of >i lvet, ale mui'h worn We hav* |wn uaaa Utely of blai k velvet, trliiunad round the edge af t*a deep b**'|uine*, and up tbe front with a band ol jat l>* *??*, w<>rk*<J in a graceful daalgn of vine laavea aael yrapea Attention I* already being pall to the prepara lion of *1iae for Iwunrta, particularly the Belgian a (raw, which will dcnbtleea, be much worn Por n inner aad ?pet* dreaa the bodie* *r* loa and cut aqu.ire, tHuimed with floaUiic rlbbou1 on U'e front of the nudy. Ilae<|uaa e> nl. one to ba wem for toilette de virile the. nly Bo I4 (hut til#/ ar< (tUllltd, HiaUa I of brio* pUiJJ, 11 (or !i*f>iU of | lu?l? ito tiotiDr?m of h%v? bro-m* rt mninn 1o worn by an y U<tf of Irat fmthioit 1 toli? mocft worn bjr young U h.*? . IktoUte of ?KirU wtth llouoc#? ,ii? univrroall/ v+ry ptftty ar* of >b?4#4 i>?*k ??? l?lu?* UiffHAa, with f! on !????'? Inotm^l ?lUi fovm<Nl of pet* "<k l??tu tit tu a brauli fu? n.ain #r Hi* %r? trimrn- l with amatlar lh?r? tn mitrt T)in? ot>? ov?r UmotMr ?r?< l?milo?l?"l by ibm $*mm omkMCfll, ftirt rai*??l *?? th* i o <-f Ihr arm by roaati^a of rthhnn of tha aba^Mi of tba fr?th? r? A row of ro?att*? ts |?Urw.l up I km fr' kt ,-j-?ak?rij( of (*alhar uiniiuirigA wa usual ???*? In n II "mi (Otii^Molfif partrl fsalbora la UU' Iw4 whirh arf umnI iottattaa ?w4 mr* ?? t< at olrtfrljr |#r?- 1 ? % on frajt bla'-k or *la?^ blu* ua* U> aia. An itanl tira*n ia ? t?mpo**'l ot atraw <?i?rw4 ?iap\ th** ?k tt trin i??? 1 *?ith lo floti nra? at t)?f ?< |? ?. iiit] U?un4 with wrry narr'?w tiolat vmlw* A ii#h?atr val%at hratia<a ? I* pla ?*lata?ch ^<>lnl ttf Xkm ?1a?b Tha U#j| an J al?aa*a t. umal t4> o*?t-b a?4 t/Ou<ja*t* of tfjr* ^arr*? f1ow**ra with har?i;*of f'^ia^w orranit nt tha aho ult'tt* an l froil of tJ a iKMlf. Vouf f U'Um w*#r Uiff < apaa, a bind of r amaii, 4a 9 radtAff l? w%r than tha wa at, roa'V of whfta or e<?hwa4 aattn, IidhI unH tati'lMl ao'l tnm?o? I rouri4 with awna? '?wn* i\fp <a j*?t wh.cb aia ttruwa o r#r Ua ahoul '* ra U> ? f 1 1 ? r iht )>al) or eon ?*rt r*Kjn?, ra faa'^n*4 MUH'I t*1* t'jr a I roa l ?alio ri*?bou lor vdlilif r?*?tnne^, olitt manlfjui ara in ar r * at dainan4 7t?? faltti* ro'r n?t a ? r borw.ua forrna, ara tba moat g#ri*rnJ It a'S^pta<) Ihr ill aa< a <*on?tita rhlafly la tha maoaar o* ?; Up ?*inf tha plaitt ao a< to fsrrin tba *l<rwaaa. *fri? a tin# a a la#va ? a ? a-1 Valrat t? ?ta ara rnurb worn at hriua tha y At tha figur* ejoa^fy an) ha aa *mry harquaa 'mblonlar#4 wub jat tira/U ?apr#?. ?wtlof naa U-av?? an<t | r?p? ?o?l aia opaa in ft' ui Ilia <t?wvaa ar?? %ery lair? *n* 1 a- ?iar at Uttom in tbaGr<Nib ?* jrta; "f a pan to th> MB'! of tb" artri a???l tr>rnaw**t wiill tha lrf<r<1ar Of ?hib ?? Ury lJU n r-.rara-l boar^ata a rw tha 'aahlfti. ?fi?! will I* to hir nf tha w ntar Tl?? onljr nnvrlty now r.vn?.at in th?- trimming. WMla hluwla 'i/atlnu ? t ? 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