Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 5, 1855, Page 1

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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 6917 SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5, 1855. PRICE TWO CENTS. N?w Publication*. An autobiography entitled " Mary Lyndon, or Re delations of a Life," baa been published by Stringer & Townsend. Ita very dedication conveys an im pression of its style. It reeds ? To those I love, on earth and in the heavens, I dedicate thia Imuk. It in the bt ut tribute I can now offer you, al though a prophecy is in my heart of a better work? ono more worthy of you and mo? which X am yet to write. Being, or professing to be, an autobiography, it is devoid of plot; bat still there is interest enoagh in the narrative to absorb the attention of the reader. An account of a pic-nic, and the upeeches of some Communists on the occasion, is graphically rendered. We give an extract:? Mr. Mooney, another bland, kindly communist, who re laiced now in having Mr. ljmg's hrip in converting re fractory Americans to a creed containing much love and no money, followed him, and aeemel to be merely his echo. lJoth "poke of communism a being the "natural condition cf man" in the reign of love that was "nigh us, even ut our doom." "In this millennial period," said the speaker, "men will not buy or sell. The reproach of ? market place will not exist on our planet. We know now that love never reckons. lines the lover gru<l?e anything to hi* beloved* I toe* the mother"? here he hesitated for an apt expression, and the clear voice of that incarnated subversion of commerce gilded? 1 "run up % yiik score sguinst her baby v" The illustration was so aromantlcsBy Kngiisfc, and no apcartly what the mild communis wanted, that everybody buighed either at the fitness or homeliness of the thing. After these two Mr*. Tartingtons had beaten back the wav?* of bargain and sale for an hour, prophesying, meanwhile, of a world full of peace and beauty, they paused to enjoy the effect they had produced. Everybody was pleased ? the Chris tian, that the millennium was endorsed; the moneyed men, that markets were not to be disturbed in their day, ^ad wit, beauty and poetry, of which there was no lack in the addresses of these gentlemen, always find appre ciation. There now remained only Mr. I.ynde and myself to ?peak; but eloquence had been so made common, that to urou>e the people and give them rest at the same time Was a very difficult achievement. For myself. 1 had no wish to be heard, though the cour tesy of putting my name on the list had been observed; for my new found friend, I tilt a tremulous trust, which was born of my intellectual perception of the weariness, ?r rather surfeit of those present, ami a holy calm which wrapped and oppressed tne like a perfume la len atmos phere. The inward and outward blending overcame me, as if the fiu.-h of apple blossoms and roses, lilies of the valley, mignonette, and a thousand other dear and de lightful fragranres, hail formed an odorous and semi Spiritual buss, in which I ret- ted and bathed as In an ocean of changeless and eternal life. Ini|>elled by a force a* sure as the white crested wave, and graceful as a cloud, resting yet moving and seem ingly a living thing against the violet light, that slight, golden haired and calm eyed man arose. I heard him speaking. I felt the Intense hush of the silence that fell around him, ami for a time, not I alone, but all in that presence, seemed absorbing at every j>orc the most beau tiful wisdom, the most musical good, lie spoke of our planet as an inlinitiaimal outbirtb of the Infinite ? as be igg created from the uncreute ? beautifnl, because the Wul of beauty was inlormlng, and from hour to hour, from year to year, and through all time, harmonizing this bnd and blossom of the Eternal which men call the earth. As he spoke of Being, the unfathomable, the Measureless, the incomprehensible, we felt welling up -within us the waters of life from the ocean of Being, and burning quenchless in our hearts, a portion of the fire Mpirit that is at once thu sun and soul of the universe, the lather and the mother, Uod. lie gate us the inmost definition of Ciith, even our one ness with di unity, and thus we came to a self-reverence, a*d all things were sacred, not alone what men had written in Bibles, but what the spirit had written in all nstttre ? in water musical with motion or bound in icy rewt, or hovering over the earth In mists, and rains, and ??nows, or spanning the heavens with the beauty of all ike colors cf light, or falling with the awljil roar of thu cstaniet, or dying with the dew drop to livo in all verduro and flowers, or embraced by the tlery love of the sun beam exhaling towards thu sky. And the earth, whose salient and fuithTul soul bore all change, all sin and all (KfUty. as the spirit wrought and ordered, and failed to orjer for a better till men understood the need and use of hiiroiony, and gave themselves to the law of lite, as the tree grows and fulfils its law of use anil beauty. then, suddenly, as a bud sometimes leaps into blossom, When all is ready, he gave us the thought of that higher wi*dom of man's, w hich relates him most nearly tp <?od, which is the law of progress cvmi downward as well as ai|Mard? the wisdom that enables man by culture and ? are to improve the tree in tlbre. bloom and fruitage, not in passive, but in active and wi.-e submission. He giancnl at an outward knowledge, lost and wandering among (Sets, which, like the foliage ot the forest, have' only life from a vitul centra. He s|>oke of men who Judge anl decide ths> there is no uncreate, because thev can cognise the created forms that thsy see around them ??en who si e like blazing sparks testifying against lAffihile dying intodarkm-rs, 01 Wiwviug U? fid res to ix- KDCIttcatu* such shine In the lien t ens . and he showed -us flat time, though they might fall like blossoms, too imierVet for rrnitage now, would be again railed when iniiiMtiea was mane for life, and when they had leather ed Inore of being to liceome what thev had'dreatned they wofclrt or would not be. Thus of all that was given the Chsist asn, he should lose nothing, but that his kingdom ehiul<i come on earth as in the heaven of His perfect he J*. \\ Uvti br ceased to upciik, we were entranced a* by the wonder working |?wer of music, bringing upon u.-- a i-]*dl too awfully ?ww?t to be broken What I Li re git en in but the poor rendering of a mor tal ? a woman, whose deep anil deathles* love alone give < the rigfct to e**ay this interpretation. Men talk of angel utterance*. No angel i<p?kc through this man ? none lower than a tiod inspired him. I couiil thlak of myself in thore moment*, cradled on the Ixmim of unw whits robed invisible one, who hal struggled hu<M bond* an I wan struggling, ami who ha<l been born into lite beauty and peuce of angelic life through the ministry of death. 1 could believe that a spirit a thou want time* more lining and lovely than my own, had ppofcen through me that day in the few but powerful word* 1 bad uttered at the cfoic of those hour* of bless inr but l have no such belief of my friend ? '.hat great routed, rnlin browed, and mo*t gloriously beautiful being *u an angel, and the very God spoke through him. Till that evening 1 had never known the full interior ?ad *a< red significance of the word*. " consecrated ground. " K 'rum that day this our earth nan been holy to mr? not because angel* Lave walked with Abraham ? not ixxwure Christ died, and churcho* have been multiplied In our mldat, and wen hava Mild prayer*, hut because of tbeVne Ui.it Urea through all life, which make* of men angel*, and of angels leaner divinities? and which w>< that day bom in my heart in a divine fulness, a tire to melt chain*, to bum Impurities, and to haptiie inc an apo tie and harbinger of the heaven of freedom that was tarn dawning faintly upon our eastern horison. l-rotly, most gently, had the rain nf heaven descended upon our spirits, and a smiling radiance rested on the countenanie, if 1 may ao apeak, of our little company, like the brightening of a landscape after one of those kbower* which arc half rain and half sun -bine, and all gooses* to the thiraty earth. Hen tie and loving women vrew gentler and more loving, and hard, knarled men re sectM the light and peace that shone about them. " Waikna? Adventures on the Mosquito Shore"? la the title of a new work, on a new and interesting sub je*a?ritt*n by Mr. Samuel A. Bard, and published by Imrper A Brothers. The narrative is fresh and nay; and as the work i* got up and illustrated a good deal In the Robinson Crusoe style, its reading firings back the memory of by-gone pleasure*. Wc are Introduced to his Majesty the King of the Mos quito Coast in this wise: ? At ? word from Mr. Hell, (an Englishman whom the author meet* in IflueSelda) the torpid black girl disap peared for a few momenta, and then came back with some cop* and a pot lit coffee. | observed that there were threa eupa, and that my host tilled them all, which I thought a little singular, since there wen- but two of us. A Mat, momentary suspicion crosaed my mind, that the Jk-maW polypus stood in some such relation t?> rny host a* to ?arrant iter in honoring us with her compnnr. Hot, instead of doing so, she unceremoniously pushed open a door la the corner, and curtly ejaculated to none unseen oeenpaat, "fiet up ! *' There was a kind of querulous re*pu4*e. and directly a thumping and muttering. a? of ?ov* person who regarded himself as unreasonably dU 1 orbed. Meanwhile we had each finished our first cup of and were proceeding with a second, when the d<?or 1* the corner opened, and a black boy, or what an Amerl M wwuld be apt to call, a "young darkey," apparently nineteen or tweaty years old, shuffled up to the table He w?ce only a shirt, unbuttoned at the throat, and cotton pantaloons, scarcely buttoned at all. He n'slded to my entertainer with a drawling " Mornln', sir I *' ami fiat down to the third cup of coffee. My h'Mt seemed to take Wf notice <ff him, and we continued nor conversa tion. Boon after, the sloven youth got tip, took his hat. ?ad slowly walked down the path to the river, where I afterward aaw bim washing his face in the itn?m A* l was about leaving, Mr. Hell kindly volunteered hla " I to me, in any way the* might be made available 1 him, and sujrge.ted that, having no object to ih except to "scar# up" adventures and seek ?1 alfhte, I should he obliged to him for an intro dtidloa tn the kiag. at >ome future day, after Antonio ?houM' have snceevded in rejuvenating my suit of cere ?oay, aow rather rnsty from saturation with salt water Br Stalled faintly, and said, as for that matter, there n *d he na delay; aad. stepping to the door, shouted to the MaA youth by the river, and beckoned to him to come vp ttu> jvanl. The youth put on his tut hurriedly, and t.b^M "Pcifcap* you are not aware that is the kingf ujj h'sf, with a contemptuous smile. 1 made B? re|ih\ as the youth waa at hand He took off his hat re<-f ec-WiilJv, but there wa* bo Introdueti.m ,n the ca*e, hey ad the <|ulet obw-rvatfon, "?e.,rge, this gentleman has cose to see you , ait down ! " 1 a<?4l ?a? who was the real ?? king " In MucAelds. "f.eoMij" I think, had also a notion of his own on ihe SubjecT, tut ?*\kept In sacb strict subordination ihat he wry manifested It by words. 1 found him shy, but ?not w1#?otrt the element* of an ordiatry KngH?h e,i?c, to a trfiich ho had reeetve.1 In f nvland He Is n-.thinf a. re or less than a negro with hardly a perceptible trace of Ind sB M.wwl ami would pa"1* at the South for "a likely yomng Drtlnw, worth twdvc buadrtd dollars as a body i>erva?tl" Appicton A Co. have puMish'-d a work written by Mr. H. C. McConaick, Jr., of New York, detailing his mpressions obtai ned by ocular demonstrations of the doings in the Crimea. It is entitled "A Visit to the Camp Before Sebortnpol." and it) illustrated by seve ral sketches and very intelligible maps, with also a lithograph of Miss Florence Nightingale. The work ia unpretentious in style, but is the move interesting | on that account. The first paper in Harper's Magazine for August is No. 3 of "Virginia Illustrated." We did not pe nwe this with one half tbe pleasure we derived from reading the first of the series, several months since, 1 though it is still, perhaps, the best in tbe whole number. Reminiscences of tbe Mexican War are continued ia the paper entitled "Scott's Buttles in Mexico." This subject will Hardly ever- fail in interest in this com munity; bat still there is too much sameness of ex pression and style in these papers to give them any iterury merit. That concentrated essence of gen teel stupidity still 'meets tbe reader's passing gaze under the caption of the "Neww>mes." Ia its va pidity never to die out? A paper on apparitions and visions comes in appropriately when so many people are being frightened out of their propriety by MUfMtc Datuial sights an! sounds. "Thistle Figs" seems to be a weak imitation of the Newcomcs. The illustra tions of "Mr. Hlim'a Aquatic Experience" at Coney Island are very good. No. 9 of "Harpers' Story Books'' will please the fancies of juveniles. Blackwood's Edinburg Magazine, reprinted by Leonard Scott A Co., contains well written papers on the imperial policy of Kossia, modern light litera ture, administrative reform, Ac.; sketchily written notes on Canada and the Northwest States of Ameri ca. A romantic tale, delightfully told in blunk verse, entitled Vernier, is a sweet piece of story tell ing. Braithwaite's Retrospect of Practical Medicine end Surgery- part the thirty-first- is out by String er &. Townsend. A beautiful steel engraving of Millie- Rachel is on sale by Jollie. Miller, Orton & Mulligan have brought out a new edition of Youatt on the structure and diseases of tbe horse, continued by Mr. W. C. Spooner, and to which is prefixed an account of tbe breeds in the United States', compiled by Henry S. Randall. It is a work whose great utility is a sufficient assurance of its lurge sale. "The Duty of Americans to Preserve Civil and Religious Liberty" is the title of an oration deliver ed at Washington's Headquarters, at Newburg, the last Fourth of July, which has been sent to us by its author, Mr. W. L. Learned. The orator drawn a by no means exaggerated sketch of the corrupt, barter ing, truckling, hypocritical and ultra-speculative manners of the day; but he fails to propound any thing like a true remedy for the evil. Iu fact, most illogically his remedy would be applied to the igno rant and needy, instead of to the genteel and well thy portions of the community. Non tali uuxilio. fyr. We have received from the author a pamphlet on the " Physical Characters of Lightning Bolts, and of their Affinity with the Spheroidal Condition of Mat ter." It consists of extract* from a memoir pre sented to the Acadcmie dea Sciences, of Paria, on the 28th of May last, by Mr. Andrew Poey, of Ha vana. As these bolls of fire resemble rather an ag glomeration of ponderable substances strongly im pregnated with the matter of the thunderbolt, and as, on the other hund.they have the greatest connections with the spheroidal condition of matter, he proposes to give them the de-agnation of spheroidal thunder bolt. We have aL>o received another pamphlet, by the same author, on the " Frequency of Hail Storms in the Island of OntoaH? ?f those which have taken place between 1784 and 1854, and of the minima temperatures of ice and hail observed in the island Another pamphlet, containing a chronological tabl* of earthquakes felt in Cuba from lfifil to 1H55? over three centuries ? and still another, on thunderstorms and the number of victims annually made by light ing in the United States and the island of Cuba. July seems to be the most dacgerous mouth in that regard. These pamphlet* arc all in the French language, and were published in Paris. They would be ex tremely interesting and instructive to students of meteorology, and particularly to their great apostlo and prophet in these regions, Mr. Meriam, of the Heights, whose name, indeed, occurs in them. In acknowledgment of his voluntary contribution to science, we arc ready to make him a present of these memoirs. The Turf. Trotting Stallions.? We have noticed lately a number of challenged from the owners of trotting stallions in different sections of the country ; hut no engagement* appear to hate been effected. One day the owner of the stallion John Ferris challenges the world at any distance and for any amount ; another day, the owner of Wm. Tell cornea forward, but will match against nothing but a stock hone ; then the owner of Ethan Allen makes hia dtbut, seeking for a chance to pocket a thousand or two. Now, why not these stallions, and all other* having any pretension to fame, enter in a grand stake, and decide their relative merits ? Such a thing would be anxiously looked to by breeders, as fine trotting stallions are wanted in various sections of the country, psrticularly in the Kouth and South west, to cross with the blood st<x k. A sweepstakes 'n the fall, between John Ferris, Ethan Allen and William Tell would Is- a capital affnir, and draw largely, as they are psrticularly noted for meed, all of tin tu being able to trot well down in the thirties. Affairs In MmIm> fKrom the Corranpnudenee ?f the Haltimore w'in.] HANTA ANNAS RXrXC.'TKP OVKKTHROW OR WITHDRAW AL FRO* MKXItO? PRIVATV ACCOfNTS OF HIS MOVKMKNT* AN!) Ft'RPOBKS RRKAKIKO OK COM JUDICATIONS WITH OCR MINISTKR- PARTIAL Hit STORATION OF DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS. Wasiinston, A u trust 'I, 1H.V?. We have been often advised by letters from Mex ico of impending revolutions in that country , and that Santa Anna was about to be overthrown and banished, or become a voluntary exile I Ate advice* are that he is about to steal away with his treasure. It is now asserted that neither [>arty in Mexico ? neither the mislerados nor the conic rvados ? will i-uffer him volnntarily to depart. If it lie true that the ministry of Ssnta Anna, with Mr. Honiila at its head, are to he dismissed, it is probable that Hanta Anna has yielded to the pres sure so far'a* to adopt new counsels, and is tempo rizing with his opponents. A private letter, from an authentic source, dated the l'?th . has been show n me to-day , which states that communication* had l**n broken off iietween our minister, Gen. Gadsden, and the Mexican govern rnent, a boat three weeks beforw hat that Mr. Vidal, the President's Secretary and trie Minister appoint ed to the United States, had sought an interview with General Gadsden, and had so far restored har mony between him and Santa Anna as to bring at>out a lontf and amicable Interview ls>tween them Hut as hetw<-en our minister and Mr. Honiila, the Minister of Forelgu Affairs, there could he no fur ther intercourse. Tills letter also states that Santa Auns's entire fa mily were to sail in the lturhiri<-. with Mr. Vidal. on the 6th of August, for New York via Havana. It may Is- remarked, however, that in M< xico It Is ru mored by some that the destination of th* Ilurhide is to Venezuela . and not to the United States, and that General Almonte is not to lie withdrawn from the mission to the United States. What sei rna to ? onfinn this suriuine i* that General Almonte has not been advised oflii iallv of hi* recall. It does not IWlow from the njptore of the rela tions iietw'-en our mir:i?t< r in Mexico and the gov ernment, that our government will refuse to receive a new minister from Mexico, or dismiss the pre^'ut minister. G? Bern i Gadsden must have had good eiuse for the decided steps which he ha? taken, ami his rwn representation of the case will be looked for with interest and entire confidence. City Intelligence. Tu* Cacti* Gajuw.n Kmigkjlvt Dvur a.vt> th* Rpn nhw ? It ?p|M-ar? matter* ?rc coining to a crisis between the "'migrant runners and the Commissioners of F.mlgra tlon. A number of tin- runnrri assembled In the 1 lattery <m Friday and threatened, it in said, to tear down tho wall*. Commissioner Kennedy made hU appearance with a pistol, whereupon the crowd dispersed. Wo un derstand a large amount ot arm* aud ammunition has Ix-en procured by the Commissioners, and Nome thirty policemen detailed to ^uard the place. Meanwhile the runner* charge the Comml-wloncrs with being Influenced by improper motives in securing tli<* garden for a de pot. They fay that Isaac Newton and Krastus Corning lobbied the tiling through lor the benefit uf the Central and New York and Kile Kailroada, to the exclusion of the Hudson River lhtllroad aud tin- Suit hern route*. It is charged, moreover, that Henry Weed ha lieeu hired an a licensed lorwarder, at a salary of >2,000 |a.>r year, and that hia brother, Thurlow Weed, share* in the profits made off of the emigrants. last evening a meeting wax held at the house of Tho*. Byrne, No. 11 State strict, to take action relative to the occupaucy of Cantle (iardeu by the Kiulgrant Comtnl" sion.rs. Win. Wilson Was called to the chair, and H. Meyer acted as seeretury It wax finally decided to hold a iii:i-.i meeting on the Buttery to-morrow (Monday) evening. Meanwhile the < 'oinmissiotvni are busily en gagesi id perleeMug their arrangements, and the (iar<tca ha* now quite a business look, l ive vessels have land ed their cargo nt passengers, numbering l ,081 person, ft* all. Titer* people bring with them, according to their own account, 900,970 W? an average of over $00 yef head for every man, woman and child. This average la fur less than the truth, for aa a general thing the ctbI> giants pretend to be poorer tliau they are, to racape being plundered. There were no vessels arrived yesterday, and the garden is now nearly empty. CoHMrrm; ny Cot/xnuirs on STmorrf ? The Committee on Streets of tho Board of Coun-ilmen met yesterday, at the City Hall, to hear complaints about the manner of giving oat the contracts for cleaning the utraets. Mr. Cutuirings compUins that he bid for cleaning nine of the upper wards, and that the contract was given to another party whose bid was Informal and not answering the re quirements of the law. Mr. Joseph K. K.I ill ug was the only man brought before the committee. He said that many of tbo bids were informal. All the informal bids were j ut aside. The contracts were nil given out according t<? law. Some of the bids were very lfiw, much lower I thought than could be afforded. We had no money at the time ot receding the bids. Mr. Flagg and myself thought it best to make the contracts and see what It would cost to clean the city, aud then ask tho Common Council for an appropriation. Many of the wards were giien out to Suiith, Sickle* k Co., who use the street sweeping machine. 1 think they have offered to cluan the streets lower than can be afforded. I have heard that Smith, Sickle* fe Co. will lose one hundred thousand dol lar* on their contract. In tuy judgment the citycannot be cleaned for nny such sum as they stipulate tor. In my judgment tills strict swooping machine Is not so good as the hoe and broom. It don't sweep the city as clean. I saw It tried one or two nights, and it bleaks down where there is any dirt. It broke down halt a dozen times. 1 believe It Is now used to clean the streets after a lot ot men have preceded with hoes and brixims. The committee then adjourned to meet again on Tuesday next, at three o'clock, 1'. M., when Comptroller Flagg m 1 others are to be suinuioued before the committee. <idi> t'Bumn' mat* Convention-.? The Grand Lodge of Southern New York met on Friday evening at 'Aid Fel lows' Hall. Tho following officer* elect f>r the ensuing year were duly installed:? He Witt C. laingdon, a* Grand Master. William W. 1? Worlds, as Heputy Grand Master. Alvin I'ease, an Grand Warden, John J. Davis. us Grand .secretary, Joseph I!. Taylor, us Grand Treasurer, flu Grand Master made the following appointments ? .V. W. ? I. Sp<?'ner, of No. .'1AT. Grand Marshal George Welsh, of No. 4V, Grand Conductor; George Sharp, of No. III. Grand l.tiauliau Samuel McDonald, ot No \t. Grand Herald. Hie Grand laalge adjourned to Wislnesday , the 15th lust. <)!>!> FKUjOWB' OirKKistt. ? We have been shown a medal pre^nted to Mr. Joseph Taylor, I>. I). G. M. by Neptuue lsidge No. 152, I. O. 0. F. , a- a testimony erf' re spect. It is solid gold aud handsomely chafed with the ' all seeing eye." scales mallet, and la -chive on one side and the three links of the order and the name of the l< ilge on the other. It is a rplendid pic e of workmanship. We kuow not which to aduuie most, the - kill of the w >rk man or the generosity til the donor*. Surely there must be more in * Kid Fellow-hip than mere profession An mr.vT ox ntic Haxunt IUhjioip. ? A gentleman na med Butler came near losing his life }e*ter>luy morning while attempting to get on the Harleui rallr.jad train ter it had left Croton. The ears h^d left the depot v.ltex Mr. Botlei caught hold of the to> ward car. hot till- <1ng his fooling, he was dragged (brwurd while he wa . hold lrg on w it h Jone hand tearing to let go, La t he rhould fnll under fhe train. He wn* extricated from hl < perilous position with difficulty, and found to jbe much hurt, though not dangerously. Tut GiJC? Covk Knurr a. ? The Katy X ?>-l and l.acketr were built by Me?-rs. Fi-h A Morton, of this city in lead of H-h A Burton, a< the types male us say on He Itirilay. The l.ui-key la only nine tons weight being built on an entirely new principle. >he is an elliptic " built anil I- a new and untried boat, -he was launched last week, and labored under the di <ad? uuUge- ot enrrv lug on her deck u large J awl boat, aud not having light sail*. Km it i r lb ermt ? We hare been rci(ue<t*.l to ?tate that all |iemowi who are injured from railroad or other accident* will be received Into lleilevuo Hospital at any hour of the day or night. It ha- been reported th it per sona who received injuria have been rrfuiHl admittance into the- hospital alter a certain hour. and thus iM|ire? idun the officer* of the institution wi?h to have corrected. >?ikk i? TwKSTT-rot ktii ."'tiuct ? BetWien f"Ur and lire o'clock on Sol unlay morning * 8ro Me out in the pr | nii??* occupied by Nathan K. Kobbin*. charcoal dealer, *ituate?l in Twenty fourth street, near Wen-nth avenue. The fii u originated among some line charcoal in bag-, -up po.-ed to have taken tire from some luootnitiT* citi'lrra brought into the yard on the aftei noon before, settingflie toa wagon, and thua communicating the lire to the bed . Mr. llobbln* climate- hi* I'M* at about 1150. no in?u ranee. Mr. Charles De< Iter occupied a [*rt of the ?hed for -tabling, kc. Hi* damage to carta, fcc.. lie *<tiaiales at ah'iut tXU, no iriaurame. The ?heri* belong to Mr ."auiuel Walker. 1*>*? about 4? r" no insurance Flint I* Lai mkmh Stxhtt. ? The alann of lire In the Fourth district on Friday niglit about eleven o'clock, wa <au?ed by a window curtain taking Ore in the dwelling bouse No. JM laurena street. The curtain in its burnt condition wax thrown into the rtreet. No other damage DmitT lJfrimaairr. ? The following I* the report t>r July, 186." : ? Whole number of patient* under treatment, 1 WO new patient*, l.Nfcl. attended at their re*ld*n<.**, .'KM!; attended at the di*pen*nrv, (clasaified a* follow*,) 1527? dlneiiws of the heart, lung* ind throat, OH bead and ahd< Bieu, fever.' fcc.. Wi. rje an i ear, t\l akin, lift of wr men, CO, of children. surgical department, 17V inin"T surgery, Ill.'l vaccination, 14. Total? Miles, tW female*. 1.127. Ilorn in the I nited State*. 707 in Ire land, 1 IIS in other countries, 71 aent to tlie Itospl tal, 14. died, 20 remaining under treatment, 47. Pre scription* di*pen*?d during the month, 2 Bteekly* City Ntwt. Fit mrwitNT '? Boa an a Krhkt Hoar? fmui Itnuwvgti ? Tliere wsa great cnmmotioa on the * ulton ferry boat Nassau ves'erday afternoon, eauaed by tha falling over tf ard of a child some two or three year* old, which had '?een left to run about on deek unguarded by th'aM in whine charge it waa. The lifels?t waa immediately lowered. but in the excitement of the rmmient it wa* upeet and filled. Thoma* '.ear, one of the deck hand* waa thrown into the water by the eapsiiing of the b- at, *nd had a* much a* he co'.ld do to *ave hitnaelf. A young nian, who *e name could not ascertain*!, hut who acted in a spirit which cannot lie too highly com mended, divested himself of all superfluous clothing and j.itnped into the river with the view of dating the child. He wa* unsuceeaefil. The !>ody had sunk '?enea'.h the *tir(ac? and wa* not viait.le ('harles KMdsl. a Fulton ferry boatman, came to the relief of the two men and ?uc ceeded in getting them txith into his craft. Tbay were *11 of them towed into the Hrooklyn ?hore where they arrived in ?a(ety The name of Ihe child could not I* ascertained, neither could thoae who had charge of it be found. (IMtaary. Iir. Twwjm H A v worn died l**t week at llalifai, Va., aired nearly fifty ft* ? )ear-. I?r At tt flrat t??.k a pr ? minent and active part in politics upon th? rem-vel of the depositee hy Ita-neral Jackeon. In 1*12. Thi? nva-ure be ar'la ntly advocated, through th? prea. :ind before th E-ople . end though <.np"?ed hy a larg? portion of the ta nt and influence of the county, hc-aerie-i it with him by a decided majority. He then ma-t" an Impreaamn on tie e unty, and the Congreaainjal district ..f ahi'h it ? a part. ?hi' h hu? neTcr U - n eltae. I What amount of la hor h' performed, during that time, le.th iiH-ntal and ibylcal. may tie Mtlmate 1 *hen It i? known thai tbi* t'?'k place wbll't hia imm'n? pr..f.- ?ional buaineaa ?a at II* helirht. HI- habit ?a?. t?i vrl.it hi- patient- tiiHn/ Ihe -la*, entertain hi - company until lied time, and r>?d and wrlt?- until three or four ?V|nA la the m-irnlair In th? year 1H4H the pe..p|e calj-d for th? aereice <4 l?r Aeerett In the council* of Virginia en<l he >t> elertal t Ihe -euate far the m ion of I'M a and 4V lie mal> them

a vigilant and fklthfnl repre -eotatire "a' hiiu th? p i' lie tien-ury, parti iarly, ?llh th> eje? of Ar/o- !?? i imr hla member<hlp in the --tale ^ tiat? he *a? lne!te.l l.y a frtatrlel fVinrentlon to liec me th< r-anH 1 !ate of the le- no era tic party f..t Onigre?? He *?c. p?t- i the call, and alter an ardnoiK t an*a> and :? threw 'lay>* election, ??? leturned by a majority of n.ne ? tea The dlatrtrt had lea-n pre*KH?ly repieeeute i by a whig He waa asi?e u?mlj re*i?cte?i by a large majority, -taaing hi ? elee li' n upon an unyielding rrppoeitlm t *. the compr'/nua* nieaaure* of 1DM He wa* afterward* an Imlepeodent candl'lat*, in tjipriltion t/ two other gentlemen. ?. it w%' ?leHea4*'! Fie then re ? i -ed (imp |r|U ? rotel hl? llMf' '.he j-eacef *. wf ARRIVAL OF THE ARIEL. ADDITIONAL FROM EUROPE. Oar London, Paris, Munich and Frankfort Correspondence, <kr., 4ke. The steamship Ariel. Capt. Lefevre, of the Van derbiit line, arrived ye?tenlay morning from Havre. 8he t>uiletl thence July <11, but her new* wan antici pated by the Awn, at Boston. Among the pa-^engent by the Ariel, from Havre, in Mr. Win. C. Barney, of thix city. Mr. Barney left New York about two month* ago, for the purpose of making un arrangement for the tiantportation of the mailt# between New York and Havre. We learn tlwt Mr. Harney lias succeeded beyond hit cxpecta tiew, and tie is ilm bearer of a proportion to our government* wtith ha* already received the aanotion of the French govwu*" at, by which the direct in tercourse with t rance will be more frequent, the postage between these two count rte* materially re duced, and pje-paymeat will not be required in .tflber country, and xteainerH transporting the imuls wiU ba paid according to the actual service rendered ?n each passage, so that the ooean postage will in ail catted cover all the expense* for transporting the mailt*. The great object of attraction at the Paris Exhi bition is the diamond* of the crown, which are placed in the centre of the old Panoramic building. The fiueat of the crown jewels is the diamond known by the name of the ltegent, Iwcauae it was purchas ed, in 171k, l?y Philippe II., Duke of Orleans, during the minority of Lonis XV. ; it weighs 13fi carats, and is valued at about five millions of francs. Accord ing to the last inventory made oat in 1832, the precious stones of the State are in number 64.H12, weighing lS,7r>l carats, and are estimated to he worth 2<),!HX),2HOf. The richest article in this inven tory is a crown wlihh has not less than 5,200 bril liants, 146 rose diamonds, and 69 sapphires, the whole valued at I4,702,?08f. 85c. Next come t a sword with 1,500 roses, valued at 201, 105f. 99c. ; a clasp with 217 brilliants, valuu 273,1 19f- 37c.; a sword ornamented with l/>7(> brilliants, value 241,*74f. 37c. ; a clasp fur a cloak, mounted with an opal valued at 37,5IM>f., and 1U7 brilliants, worth aa.eiiAf. ; and a button for the hat with 21 brilliants, worth 240,7<H)f. In the courxp of the nfVrnoon on the 3d of July an KngUxh xtcnoi corvcttc approached the harbor of Rnomo, or Hauma, % retired place on the Abo dla trict, and in the Gulf of Bothnia. Six lioatu manned by acumen, ma riuen and ho vera I officcra, and armed with gnna, left the man-of-war. Ono of them, in or der to deceive the vigtlnnce of the watchmen of the port, thought proper to liolxt a white handkerchief, to make it appear a flag of trucc. Being informed that tiie IxwtM were approaching, the burgomaHtcr nf Itaomo immediately repaired to the enore with a white flag in hia hand. The KngHah officer naked if there were any xoldlera In the town, and on the mayor" a ret'uaal to anxwer Uil* queation , he demanded the" tmrrender of ull the mereliantmon and all the good* In the harbor to he delivered op to him Dl rcetly afterward* the Kugllah took to thelrarmM.aud, pointing their gnu*. act at*oat removing from the port lioth the hhip* and the good*. They even pre pared to net on tire aoeh object* aa they cooid no carry off. The Kn-*iun mag&trate proteated , but in vain", againrt the Imd fuith of the Kngliah in making a falae uxe of the white Hair- But in the mutftt of tbeae act.* of pillage. e/eMWNet of netWul C'Uaw xenra arrived on t ie fpmtdftd htW ?" volley at the K.ngHxh. Many nf them were lulled or wounded; the rent took to flight, abandoning all the olifcr.t* they bad aelsed, and nmhed to their boaK. They xncceeded at length in regaining the corvette, which had remained lit anchor. General Peltaaler Imx jnat presented to the library of Algien u volume of the Miatory of the Life of Chriat, which was taken in the chapel of the cene tiry of Sei?)Miopol. It i* in the Slavonian 1 itiguage, unit in the fobo b.rm, in bound in the ancient atyle and gilt, and haa two claxp* in copper. On the top cover, in a gilt wreath, are the three pemonagex of the Trinity. On one of the blank leave* i* written in Ituxxian, "Thin Ixiok belong* to the Church of the Saint# of the Cemetery;" and lower down, "Month of December? the prii?t Altin Bringin wm here the 27th December, 1V27." The whole lire la divided into 12 part*, one for each month; and the volume in quention comprim-* the part fur the month of De cember. The book ww nrinte.l ut Mohcow, and the paper in uf t grayi*ri color. The title* of the c hapten* uad tiiu first KU'.rs of eacfi paragraph are in red ink, and thin five* it the appearand e of the earlier production* ot the t> {Migraphic ai t. The Imttomx of the page* are worn Irutn ? ii&nUuat ure, mid Mime <)1 the page* are xo dir ty aa to ^arraut the belief that the Kuaxian < l>rgy are not ngorou.*ly requited to ofli'iate with clean handx: while other page 4 are xtaimd with drop* of yellow wax which evidently fell from the candle* which it ix the cutitum to burn iu honor of the xaint*. (ien. Feliaaier, in transmitting the lx*>k to the libra ry of Algiers, wrote the following linen, and they have been p.i-ted iu one of tbo fly leave*: "Hcad qunitem before Selxutopol, '?th June, I *?.?.!: Ilia tory of the life of ( 'hrtnt. Taken in the chapel of the cemetery of Kehinkfiol, where victory carried ii.h. The xucied object* unit neveral other thing* were conveyed to the mo na alary of Ht. 'Jeorge, but thla laaik wa* rexerved by him who had the di*>-retlnnary Eower, in order that it might !?e prexcuU d to the li ra ry ol Algiers. It ix iu the Sclavonian Language and printed in the Sclavonlon character*. I'ixix X1KH. ' Mr. D. Whittle Harvey, Chief Commiaaioner of the City of I.obdou Police, wa* examined lately la-fore a Parliamentary committee aa to theSvorking of the Sunday Prohibitory Beer act, and gave the reouit of the wotking of the a< t lor eleven month* preceding and for eleven month* during it* operation The Mimlxr of com* taken in charge during the flint period wax 2^17, and during the latu r 2,n>o, mak ing a difference of eight only aio< e the p taxing of the art. Fenona taken into the ctutt<Nly of the city police were dealt with In a different manner to the way in which they were dealt with In other pari* of the rifctrupolia. If it wa a a caa* nf aimple drunken nex*. they wen- dia< harstei] by the police on their becoming capable of walking away, and were only brought before the magistrate where drunk' nne*x wa* accompanied by violence or dia>irder. In ordi nary caw * of druukenrieaM a man became comfort* bly adjuated in three or four houra. Froui reto rna he had cauaed to be made out, droakenneae in the rity wa* mm h about the aame in one year aa in another. In l^*, the number of cnaea waa 3,1 l.i; in ie.?s, 2,'J'J2, and in lVlt , 2,'i7>. Thla wa* in a population within the city lioandarte* 12'VJW jteraoiM. The cochineal insect, froa which a beautiful arar let dve la obtained, i* im|*>rted into ? >re?t Britain Ut the extent ot 1 ton* annually, the value of which ia estimated at From the Hilkworni we obtain no le?? than 'i,7K ton* of atlk, 7,'f*. toot of which are in the raw *tate, and are mannfaeturcd in that eoontrv; the remaining .Mo ton* are alreody fabncateil. One th<*i*nnd b?nx of pnarl ahell* an tmportad, the whole of which i* manufacture*) mt/i laittona and atoda. " For lirtter or for worae," they import no leaa than leeche*. T)ie ordinary revenue of Spain for the present year t? eetimated at real*, and the e? traordinarv revenoe at WtJUtOfiOt real*, which ia made op tnua: ? RtmU Piacmint on pay and tmulmi l>r*ni/ht*on Odonial Treri*nrie* net pro duct t .'..O'lO.Wi Product of negotiation of xharea of publi' worka t Nrgotlatiom for c?ah of the obi i;>atn, na of j<or< Itaaera of national prop* rty . . . V/MljUt Total A F reach wnt?v deacribea at bngtii the three ' rouV* by wh:rh Kumu ma) arrive at ( Vu<4a ot > rxe pie, vi*?:- Ktr?t by tl?e I'-.n. i pel .tie- ae?'iad, bv tb? Bla' k S?a; thud, by A->a Miooe. IVit re#?r?l to tin flr^t, it i* observed that Auatna and ' M-rmany. from tlieir ? ommon ' axe lor Uie fr?? navigat >u of the Dnanbr, would naturally lie of*pw>e J t/> any ap propriation of the MMtaliilM, and advan e by thai route. IT*' route of t lie Ifla k -va, ? jpp-e ,, the de?trnrtlon ?if Hetiaatopol, would ? mrti-lf V pra' tic abb for long year*, in fa>* of the maritime ?of* riortty and the polite ol eurveillaO' e of Fran ? ari-t T.t /?v |, r, r of e'tber one Of ?he fi?| 'be **. ?. ? f?u ivtik tin t% luainx a third route open for the Rmuuana to raaoh CounUntiuople ? Aaia Minor. Aj?d if Uie Uat %c < oudU may be credited. it aeem* that Uu- wui it to be curried on with greater vigor on that coaat. Therefore, if Uk Ruasiana are ia auflkunt fori* to advance in Asia Minor, and if haste i* not mato in orgauiaing and dbtcipliniiig the Turkiah army in Asia. where in llw obatacle which shall lie able to atop the Ruahiana? A 1'aria paper publisher a wmnrt to the Virgin, rompoMcd by Ceuenl Verge, who, it appear*, made a vow ut the moment when he wa* leading hi* bri gade tn the uiMaalt <?t the Mauielon Vert, that if he eecspert death that day, lie would openly acknow ledge the dogma nf the immaculate uoucv-pliou. A letter from hi* write, received juat before he writ in to action, in which ahe aaid, " Promiae ne to MU a vow to the Virgin," wan the cauae of the /allaut general making the vow whioh he now accompli she*. Out of a population of 12,51)6, H03 England niiaej, for lHl It, 140,000 Htiilorn und marines, and 337,000 regular soldiers, htwides which ahe kept ill anna ?rt,?04i regulur militia, and could further r> ly upou the hcrvioea of 'iHH JHKI local ndJilia, *ud ttj.OtKi yeo iuanry cavalry. The total auin of these uuml*:rw la 813,000. Now that Mitre Orbellan baa beta nominated iniHUiji i m^aiiilii nf tin lint i f mi the Caapiaa Sea. the lint of tlw Uuaaian commanded, with tbelr atutioiih, la an follows:? I'erowaki, in Orenburg; Orl elain. In the Caspian territory; Mow riivlelT, with UetotrdT, HaWatif/ff. and Kovalevaki, In the Treaa-tJaucaaain dietnet; Here brio kofl and Olio niutotf, ia Yachnermariu, the Don dwtrlcta, wnd Boat Ciimeu; CorUchakoff II., with Oaten Rjckeo, Nn chhnnff, Wrwigel, J^banoff, Wagner, ami Korff, in the Crimea: Ladfre, with llacladtoff and lichabela ki.iQ New thudo, Cheraou, aa far a* the Hug, Hev Harabia, TacbernigolT, and Kbarkoft From lie re, northward*, Punintine, up to the confine* of I'aakie wftaeb'a command: In the Uaitlc pcorincea, Htevera; ia Kathlaiid, (irablw; in 8k IVtenharg, Kodiger; la Finland, lierg; in Archangel, Yloe-AilmiraK Jhruacht acheff. The itrength of the lluaalan force* in Finland fx aa follows: Four (Irenadler Regiment* of 2,200 each. . . l'J.soo Hi* (?ranadhsr o( raaerv* of 'i.WXl each . 1'>,<K)D Twenty-two Battalion* of the line, 600 each . 13, '.'00 Two Battalion* of Sharpshooter*, l.OOOeich. 2,'MtO Three Marine equipages 3,000 Ten Field Hatteriee, 'IM each V>ixi (AlMMcka 2,000 Sappers ? ? MO Total ?l,3&? The amount of cavalry, tneapectlve of Coaa.ick*. la not niculiooed; tike figures given are the n uiiitul atrcngth of the troop* ; the effective atrcngth would be aoraewhat .smaller. Taken all together, in. loding the newly rained Finish battalions, the whole Ku? akin force In Finland ia computed at 60,009 men. A letter from Hamburg, dated July Hi, nay*: NY it bin the l.imt few month* the venaela arriving from New York now regularly bring in a new artl< le of commerce, which formerly formal rattier an im portaTit part of the exports from Hamburg. TIiih article i* the ao-cu lied wooden clock* of the Ilia' k Forest, the manufacture of which has been twnn ferred bv degree* from the mount tin* of Wuri. m berg to the plalna of America by the numerous etui graiita annually leaving Oermah> : anil it mint be confeaaed from tin- ajm imcna I bave seiMj, tb it tbey make them now In America jirobably from the greater facilities afforded them iu the choice of tlie wood and other materiala ? in u uiuch tuon- credita ble aad workmanlike manner than they ever did in their native country. We uaed in former yearn, to Head a large quantity of tlieae wooden clock* to Rngland, tor cxportutiuu to the liritudi coloniea; but now the <itim.ni* La Ameri< a axe uble not only to beat ii* out of that tic Wl. lait to compete a<i< ccna fully with their own (iertnan couutrymeii In tl?? borne market of tt??Vr falbcrlatid. The Cetk (Ireland) Examiner aav*. in !*,',3 tin: ' mumint ol luouey *?til home by Irish emigranta, hum AJncri' a, to their ulati\r- in In laud. lot p?> mint of pawagc as well a- for various other pur ]x>sea, wni> tl.tHW.'K*!: but in 1 tUkt ntu<?tut, vast and wot.derlul aa it was, was far exceeded, it having rea< bed to il.7jo,uu0, or n'-ariy lltHl.'HXt over what :l Wk the pn-viou- >car. In the lu^ory of the world there I* nothing, ifK - tht* amaaieg ,mm I of the strength and late *ity of rbe u-fling oi arfec. lion and lannly attai bruent whit h has ever diatiu guii-hcd and udorned the irb-h ru< e. At 4 o'i lis k of tin- day <d l,ord Italian's <l< r i a-, a- Ids stall was about logo lor their ii-mtl ride, tliey were Infornied that he \v?s much wor>e. They im mediately repaired to where he wa- lying. He -eem ed an r prised .it aeelng them all, and in>(uin ?! tie- rfa K-n, wlii' h they statid as delli ab ly as they could; when, with a roo?t amiable smile, he a ? tired them they were mi-taken, for he *?< line li better, and ia a day or two would la; about again. They iclt tla-ir anxiety relieved, und went lor a rule, leaving liiin rn jsii' c. He afUr**rd? rai^d bim ' lf \n l?vt, i?ud called twice or thrice, ,-Frarik, Frank!" (uieauiug Lord Hurghv r-t), turn< d round, uu'{ ?< Ultsl, with .? most la-autilul, i aim an<l (juiet expn -iion on hi<j lace. The first annnal re fa-.rt of the Mr* tor* of C* nri< t { I'rlwms in Ireland lor the yi-?r l?.ri4 1? published. It show* that on the 1st ot Jan nary, Is.',.'#, there weie :ur.?7 male and 330 fern.ile convict* In ci^tMly In th? government priaona of Ireland, and 1*4 male fchd 'MA female |itf-ilier- in < >i*t"dv iu the ? mmtv and city jails, making a total ol 3,'tTi. It a|>|M-ar* that 31* convict" were hentenced to l.'i veur- trana |sirbitlon. In to trans|M>rtatlon for life i'iO U> penal si'rvltudc for 4 years, >i; lor U )ear?, Ti for In yeara, and 1 for life : 2M r?>nvi? ts were -ent b> lierniuda In 1W4. Tho?< at home have been emplojre<| Oil the public woik* at Fptke Islnnil and the lort* m at trade- In the other prison*. On the 14th of July, a corialdcralile nnml-'r of Auittrfun tn*ip? wire coining irom the Ix>wer Ilanul>e, among them ??ver*l icgimenta retiming Irom Trum-ylvutiht and the Hukowina. lm|?ortant movement* of tnip* were alio unuo'in<< l to take itiiU * on the river Incl** In the beginning of Anguat, The dUI<* riding ofihe Servian i oriw of thf IUn.it. whkli i* in the l'rlm ipalitie*. bad alao commen'ed. Several Auxtilao Mf?'.ini armed for war had arrived ul 'ialut/. from the I'ppei Itenube to embark troopa T1m> (?nier of the day i*>?ied by Prince < >or? kakoff on the llrth of June to th>- garnaon u f SetMalopol m un|iortant. It ..nnoumei that the rrinforcanneota unit Irom I'oland will very ?hortly make Uwir aji pearame in the Crime*. The reinforcement* in queatmn ccmaiat of grenadier*, who, together with the guard*, form the rhti of the Itn ?ian army. Iie?ide<< tin- grenadier* there are al?> eight complete regiment* of infantry now on their march from i'oland to the Crimea, and their atrerigtb la 37,<><<0 men. The grenadier oory* and tb'-*e ??bt r? gi menU of the lid infantry <on>* will ?-*ch be accom panied by a hody of 4,'**i cavalry, and artillery in proportion ; thu* till- kingdom of i'oland alone aerid* a reinforcement of pu ked men, 7 Of**) utrong, to the Crime*. Bnt, aince I'rlnce '?or*ch*koff ?t*te? that troop* are on their way from all m U*. he cao nie.ni only- ?rnh r> ?ervea aa hare been long ?m<? on their man h from Mnacow. K? w, and other reudez vomji, including a at rung cavalry fore* from NaifTiem IbiHNia. Now that the 7th division of infant rr, un<|er ? ?eueml LVhakoff. hav> entered via I rrvkop, the Ituiwlan army .n the < rimea alone c<*jnta 40 regl merit* of Infantry and channi a. According bi lettera from <<aUt/ to th<- -th of July, received by I har<e? Joyce and Co., of |*.ndoti. It a(>|>ear* tliat active mca?<ir?-? were t?lng taken t<. oryanl/e a regular ???tern of transit f-<r t.',< produce of the ??ajtbern provliK-ew of Ho?*l i throii^h the Austrian dominion# thua to iKotrahle. to aoa>'' extent tf?e effect* of the blockade of the {Kirta on the Mack MM. The agent of an Am*r1c<n tn*i - ertii.JM.<d In Od??i waa at '>aUt* making ar r?t?K? menta with tlie Vier.na MU-afM-oat ' orniiany for the conveyance to the Austrian <apit*i of a far/e oHaiitity of Ittiwinn woo' to at Henl and tni* a|>|ieared lik' ly to \<r but the prelude Vt tfl'.e h more eateiuMve r^ieration*. A l<-tur from Vienna . 'lab d 'm J'.lr 1 1, The Kfcperor c?me >i?-re ?hi? morning fr < m lj*x-n l?irg, afcd rvceired in tailiilr aud5? nce, for t*>< Br?t t ru? Dinrr hi? >t'irn from '.?! < ?, a c n- drn.' i< ii .mUt of ja r^ rp- altb j?t tiofi* I'rince t#oria. )>a koff aaa tlx n adapted Ui a private a-.d ?-n/v, ?qd in i/feaanting hta new ? r*dentiata a?a ir?<l tb< Knprror 'hat Ili/Mia had not Of alighb >t muni. n of naiO| new diffi. ultiea or '</tnp.'^atiOf?a for A lartr.a. It aa? g<n?r.?lly la ? red in t < una, <*i ti?- 1'Kh nit., tha* w? gr? at ptri'-d ??;; e.?|w l? '-rr the VSeatern I*' ? ' ?- ?? ? ' '<? ??ie frt>( |.r>.|eia tiooa to ' -T? I "I- ra'? wefU'h tluit ?v b a t'Kirw ??aldb welJ art by tuatru. A-a?tria knowa too well the vaJ?e <nd r*? < a?.t) of Ute frwnd ahip and alliance of >.agl*nd and f ranee to allow the eatr*nif?n<? at to * ? n !*i*-h H?-a'l , ?ad it ia n>4 lm pi atrfli that ?h* wooid \? wint?nl o? a ac'Hul orea ? on to |f' a ?tep f,rthar IB adv ?we than lef'itr, ( Mint W aUawkl k*i aent to the Pren? h legation a itirakf, In wbt?h It a aild U?l bu gm < ronient dm tetany l<-oa*r c.^,?4iVer lUeif Umnl to tb> f'?nr r u all att?mj?ta tc get tlw m a" < i.ied by R??o* >>?? 't. j f ?lie<t at.d tint e>>nar?|' '-ntly ll Haa n ar.lv H t<? ?rn(-a? ?och coft<UUor?? of p>-aee aa might >*? ? ?g/ea let t ? lie reaalte of Ute war. I ?int It . 4 Kaa ' *> | lined )?>' ??a.ft.a lft>a I'd;' I ? |. "> Ut . a'-i* y, be t?< *t tu.'. -a ? xt j a 1 ?r that under anch cireum*ano??i tt w*n not pomlM ? to hope for ft apeedy re?*UbUehtuent of peace. A* the Emperor Napoleon ha* rom? fa-mart ? noW to vouch Tor "the faithful iwuveui? of M Veroo, < .enexal ^ " narr? TT again to reltorat.- hi* ilim:t ^utf^c4 o? to*T.&? rat ,rf the * <?. utradi. tvon U uihli e?W* by him to th Indeprn dime Bit gr. Onr Pud Cotwpoeiww. Pa?M, July *?66 7V Mmni MarM?Oprntng of Utr New loam SubfrtpUtm lAH?PHght Situ* 0^ Wiiweler nf Fmanrf PrrparaJione fo Rftrivt i/urfn Vic toria ? tVktrr Shr tVilt ht l^nigrd. and Ht*> WiU Worthfft ? An tinker, ft i if I'rxtanfrt F\+ jMHftl ? i Stair of Affair a in Italy owrf SjidW Umith of tht Kmprfl lit rmUfltiMHi Political, I 'rr tonal and himitlie. i)n r money market Iki rIixw? mora activity Mi improvement than for aevaml d?y* paat<--?U aect*i tie* are rialDgw Yeetarday being the 4ay ?pproated tor thfr ftp? iuk of the Hlarrlytiuitf for the new loan, mu.keagu . nn? ww displayed to take pert in it. that thw? ia ?T?ry rt>* nun to expect t)tia amount will b* coeered even mora promptly than the preceding oofc A* nirl^ an 10 o'efcx k, oa Tnmiay night, a number rf p?r*>M had oaeemUe* ft* U* Mini-try ef Pi?mn<*. and near the diBeraat ?airta*. and i?nalne4 in Uw> u|*'n air tlireugbout the wbok" night, in orfcr to have an early chance the neat day. At aeven in the morning the crowd ?U mt greet at the wtooa ar roudiaaemeuta that it wai quite imtwaaible to take in during the da) the aubecriptiotift even of tbo Hi*** present. Double ollh m were then .-eUbliahed, b"t notwithstanding a vaat uumber of iHsraaoa were obliged to return home without having aubacribod. Tim Monitrur announce*. thin morning, that, to ur<Ur to favor the amnll rapitalud, aubai riptiona of fifty franca, and beneuth that mm, aball not be re futed, which mean*, it iapreaumad, that in the event uf the seven hundred and lift) miltowia being c*oeed?d tbeise part k a at any rat* ahakl not have their in*?* n.rnU rvlurncd upon their hands. and to prevrel tlie same jieraon dividing a large amount into eere ml sums oi fifty Iran. *, an. h ?ibacriptioB? ahftU be uiade null and void. A letter from Cain U of yeaterday a date, any* - "Qu*n Vl< toria wiU. it U believed, paaa through thia town on her way to Pane. Hhe will ftrrtae here on the 16th of AuK?d, and leave on the fallowing ,Uy It la Mated that tho l-juperor Napotao* w? come here to meet her Majeety. l'rtare UorWm Napoleon Hoaajwirte embarked at thia ?p*t at the In-ginning of thr week. It U. aaid that bia joomer ia connected with the approaching viait of Um Q?ee? to J'aria." In one of m.v lato lettera I altaded to U?? difficulty whi.h the QuMn'a ?rriv*l *o?14 threw la tb? way of th<- fete of the 14t? of Auguat.or rathet the dIMigureA Ml) ?f l'arta. with the drbriaof Uit* annual ? om?emo?tt?llyi?? ai<Mt. when the metroixdia bef*ee ft foeei^ft p?teo Ute aboold naturally !?? eapocted to look lU !**? Napoleon ia the deity wlie. ollwr inetanee*. ?n?e? lb'- dilb'suUli- Bjr ftn <* ?n-e Inai-rted vamed by the suu for th<- /?' ,l?vot?>d tu the nupiH.it of Uw widow* and orpftftna of tlu?e who I alien iutta tar di?U?t i rimea. an# the opportunity U Mired upon l<> uowxmce tbat a provision of n morr nermanent rUaraiier roreoee ! ',H>m? on the national U in The Judging 'letter "** e>rt*sljr IMNP if ultml Ullur. ..I t? . Kxhlbltina. ?? UkU* heart ol uim tl. i I ?? t I''-'' :hl t. yaf vf<? opeiM ta nwm. AImm-I.v ?|.|.lb-..lWn- ror ai^fnenU an; iNinrlt ir in to th?- AH |<* an.! In. u!id twrnty rrama a ni?lit lor u vnglv t*dror>ro U gtu* t" I* ?pokeO ??" ?j, but n tii"?le!4t.' r?'iiviu>''Htl?n. '-4.m*. however, nre Wiw nrwl rlow .it oi." with a t. ,?<ma?.l? ""?? Wb? "? hrr M inU.t .K. up her ooaftare ta eva? no w not in- i- I) Kno w. U ? loud ha? U--n n*~J uiMin . I'd it i- iii'"i?ht the Uo .'?!?-? of - ornlng l?a/a wai.U and forwui.N to Pari", an hour ? ''rirc^." . ,r w.if *???> in< ??.] it"* nil* r.n/UMi 1 I w ? nr 'in h|K>krn uf. It li ifrtatri Out wi#? 1 u.,H*rt.m? "t at. Idle I I* '? iu: ?K' d there fn^n m jrni'jg | Hll night, and that the hiul>4*y will '* J'ul '* ' mirh a rtete of preparation Inat tier Maj??4y im, % , ut w it y moment, make what dcterrniriatioo abe i.ltuM-c It ia langbitl'le to ?-r what nn|?ortanre tl.e e '.'vuft (fcntli men of l.rick* and ino rt*r attaro tA u.li maturn. In the Kiuhawy tha|?l the eon err (ration fare - the alttr, and ^quently tnrna IV? Uckuwn her M.ije*ty'a n fir?i.tativ.-, win. ?W I fhind- I tut now that the '? *7* luonartb ??> rijtbt divine- a dyuM "eemi W cr .r, ,rcti te< total funetleftary a miml iw? b> tlie prjT^?y t>( the arranrement. 1 ?n?eet If <^u?-?-n > icUrtla ?rrc cooenlted, alie would tin'?-r 'iwttare hein* left in their unual *UU: Ur>.t.lie.an^ b^r ri*ht f-rt uiu would -in:k'r.l that in ?mh a pt? ? ?he and aii other iwil'le ahoild aUnd on an ?*,ual f.K.ttn* . anU M,..ndW i? au- li?- wnold tha* ?- f"?d Iroe. thu penalty of royalty ????? K-ptnu ninlUtutie Her Majeaty, it i? und. ret.-l, wih ?Uy over two Hunday*. , . Cent ral tl . Ji .r.iui^ de IV^htfian ha. ,"i>t die.lig Ali.n , at th* aire of i.inet} . m w.n--'|'.rner of tl?" 1 1, jut v hi- Mi^taiDci in UiUKlbw.an fi"" * ' l lw <W<-*.?'d nnhiema-i aecornpanwd I *?l? A ? m 1 throoghmit hi* e*ilr. and at th? r.-atoratkmlB MMrr ! turned With that n.oiwrrh to Prance, #IMng eome ! important military wmimamla. Mr waealtorwarda Master of tlx I crrrn'.niee at the f .wrte of \m aw XVUI. aad ( barle> X. In H he retired lnJ" P^ v?t. life. ? h< r.- h;?? ever .ince rrtiiainrd, Vv -ting hirnw-lf to agfirultural p?r?W<. An ei.'hange of pr -mer- U aW Ft?e hundred Miu??i?n af.ld>?r? will he wot from tbr ,iej?,t ?t Ton Ion to where the riehangrwUi ute place. It ia for th? ? i reu'h -.Idiera who ? r^ mained Within Ibe line, of Malahoffon tt.e wt? k or the l-th It i- ev dent that ttie Huwrtane >.y wo n,.?n. approve of Um- progmm made towarta?a Mid Malftkoff Tower. Ttie Kn-iK-h. by the la* a/ eount, were wtth n I VI yard* of it 1 |,e follow l.g letter from Tur.o w ,1 g.Ve ?r.f?e IJra <rf the ?t*t4 ?d Italy In rv>v la?t I ? nt w>,; an ett?rt fr<*n a r.^n p'lii! iraiiot) , d *? d "th f Jane {| tdatrfab.! a devMrd a|fei,t of th' I""!**''"1* of VonriK lull evil *trd at Maf.Wft o, ,\ ibe h,?e*oe? i. r.mnd't.?e in t?^ plana of tb. a^-Ur of 1 4 r.'lon -:i. . th" ? rr?-. '.tiorjerv .-.O.P ra^y baa U. r. .1 ?< otrr? I in U.? l?o h, of Pat -. Oh e.?af. rutora, tl. rtren .n ni'i'te ? h?vr Th?. \rrr?t ?a? fT^U.1 at Ur?< i, a ? ?'! ?ev?n ?n tb. eatrrrr.e .a. tern frontier '4 voriteplaer noting for rvv^ut.on.-t.ff. ?? a?. ** It .. Mid, alwt.th .t n.|".ero-iaarTeH.h.w ? ut I'arrera and Ma?ao, town* on the H ^ern-ae Iron t!er?. Ihf .v?f(!in ?n if trrnm' nt l? rim ,ng mil th+ bUl r? I iCv#- I/i r*l 1/ "1.0 nfttoa, *nd \i? <v> n* ?o < rr?Um t?o fmotinn Ui* pr?pl?-. Alan* ?ii th? rHi 0O?a Hh'im- l<rf mm K??'r r'>flUM< 'I t '>*??>? I r*? WlUl (Baking ? rrrtml pr>t**f. aJi'j ? rrfqaa) Ui (f:?? ?ny ilidlrat.fxw rj*J? ? t?tr<! Ui Milt tha If nr?rn*rrr. ?IT' fit*, la ?m? <rf if ' ffirrnt* tl* nuia ??*'??? <1 ??? oj?rn tbrlf 'J * r?. ?r,l 1 .f" wm cow '|i?irtl) ?m plmr<| Ui t HQ rnlnOQF. 1hr mmMi I ^;n fnfl Rftll Ifiifttali for Uxtr ? rnalm. In ih< 111* ?f Aarrkaa |?ufi w+iVch n? l?.t ?r?fc I frrmrr a rrtvifi to er?M lb*! tb? t rr.f r>m K'if+n V? w%m nnrnti. Wh?-T> r r? r>>Vr>U ar? at ?T?aa f-?? tni?r?* or dt>> t ? ft, - fi?ra apt t?, Uk' rr' m t?i<- ?? <f t>jW? r'/J *} Bunt> ?? ? 1 .t >Mhtr\ fail to lif popular. II If I ?' Ik.' J KTWlf ??> f* (tafttKW to th? ?ort |t|tprarha?' 'it. f"r I ?!??)? f?*l thM wSf-n on* ?? {'""t aa<J '?< ami Itf-auiiful M ID) fco >? ?*"' *? ?*rr. Hut th? -ui "f '? ?'?t *?' ? lilrh por Hfflltyvr l? IM/'fMtin*. |? ril>? ?>f too <KHr?t# ? i.itflf* '? I* llchtljr erf rmtUj n of; IhrWof* ?rh?-',r ?<-r r^pnrU nf tht* klr?4 ha?* t**ii l? ?? uf "? '".in authority. 1 !???? ai"?;? tH? m. harh * matlrr U at "Mr and potttkal atd pf a'* "? rt*imrvUt% m > 4>?r??to ? <1*1 af?d 4V*i?*U* hu . if li) firm*' it i ?ili uwr-f' ?Mh f ,K i -.'.i n. Tt ? trull. W tf^r* U ?t?<1 Brvfr hwi V - ? '??? gfp.t 'U flat ??r'.! a r?|^?rt l?j a r?<rfi ia |h ruim (4ft brr 1M?. K i? asl ] thut tht? U^jr, ? bo f't f*r HUuit rirtutm Intrraata ?? a?an? 1 . - ~ .r^niyai) Uf oiw<HaH?n ai*at< MMr (I jt Mtrh ait ? ?rrrt ^ |m? 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