already compromised by that stupid congress at Os tand. That Congress damned all oar diplomatisti abroad. v.J.O. Oar RgfpUan Comtpomknee. Alexandria, Egypt, July 8, 1855. The Egyptian Witch ? Herald in Advance of tht Mail ? Trad* m Egypt -Effect of tht War ? American Bark 8ylphidr? Cholera in Egypt Great Mortality- Flight of European*? Ameri can Mintionarir* and Con ml General ? The Bedouin Arab * up in Arm* ? An Autlrian Princ*? Fourth qf July, trc. The owner* of the bark Egyptian Witch, from this port, are under obligation* to yoar paper for the fint tidings of her arrival at New Tork and the ?ale of her cargo. The Hkbald wa? in advance of the letter of the consignee*, which proves yon to 1* as wide awake as you pretend. The success of this enterprise has had a good effect here, and yon may expect to see none more of the fame sort following in the wake of the Witch A brisk trade may be driven with the United States from this place, and aome of us hope to have a lund in it. In order that you niHy form an idea of the lignrc at which things go here 1 wrd yoa a pricc current The war baa occasioned great fluctuations in our tnArket, and some heavy operiticu* have been mode fin spec in grain, the result of which depends very tanch on the fortune of war The impression here now is that Sebastopol can Dot be taken ? that the allies will have to wind up the war immediately, even if it is t.iken. Bark Bylphide, Capt. Hitchcock, of your city, has loaded here and left for Liverpool. . She gave us a Tory good idea of your clippet merchantmen. I suppoR! you have heanl that Egypt h is had another visitation of cholera? the genuine Asiatic? and very fatal. Many of the cases have terminated in four or five hours, and some have commenced with the cramps and died immediately. It has attacked Europeans as well as natives, though the soldiers have been the chief sufferers at Alexandria. For two months it has been at work, but, thank Heaven, ft is now abating. At Cairo the deaths registered were 300 per duy. At one time the shops were all closed, and all who could tied from the city. It is aupposed that seven or eight thousand have died there. At Danrietta they liuve been dying at the rate of one hundred per day; at Mansourat sixty, and at various other village* on the Delta with equal severity. At Alexandria it has averaged fifty per day, but for the last week has coulined itself chiefly to the sol*, "a The Viceroy has, however, sent sway sever* thousand of his soldiers to Upper Egypt, where there is no pest leuoc, and hopes are entertained that the disease will cease. Ba great was the panic here, that many of the European merchants, and even the Consul* have huh for Europe, or some of the adjacent inlands. Toor three American missionaries at Cairo, how ever, have stood their ground like men, and your Consul here I see every day on the grand square, as cool as usual. Several of the Consuls who could not away, have put themselves in quarantine in r own houses. I have no doubt that many have died from fright? as the doctors tell ua that is a predisposing cause. in Cairo the police very wisely stopped the wail ing at the ftinerals ? which is the custom of this country? for this reason We have had " battle and murder" in addition to " sudden death," also. The Bedouins of the Delta urc in rebellion, and have been plundering and uiurderiug at a great rate. The tribe of Waled All, always hostile to the preseut Viceroy, nre np in arms, and Said, the Viceroy, has sent up 8,04>ft or D.OftO soldiers t-> put them dowu. He ha* himself gone up to Cairo and some say will take the field in person. He will be too good a mark for the rifles of the Bedouins, who are crack shot*, being a mounstrous man in size though not unwieldy. We are all expecting an Ameri an steamer which the Viceroy ordered, some time since, to be made for nim in America as a sample of what can t?e done there. Mr. Stone, of Boston, is the contractor, I be lieve. He was here on a vi it. and got the order. The English and French made steamers here are not of the first class, either if? look* or in speed. If Said succeeds in quieting his refractory Be douins, either by backtcitc/i (bribery) or a whiff o grapeshot, he will turn his attention to improve ments in his shipping and other matters. He has the desire of improving the condition of the coun try ; but now his head is full of big drums and sol diery. He can atteid to nothiug else at this time. The revolted tribe is 5,000 or 6 ,0t>0 strong. The Austrian Archduke Maximilian, brother to the Emperor and Admiral of the fleet, has been here for two weeks past. He has ten vessels with him, almost the whole Austrian fleet. His visit is diplomatic, we suppose. He is quite a young man, about twenty years probably, but very agreeable in bis manners. Your national anniversary was celebrated in the una! manner here, all the Consuls hoisting their flags. Your Consul received visits all day, and had ?n entertainment in the eveniig, at which your cor respondent was present. We had a good time of It, in spite of the sombre shadow of the cholera. 1 am scribbling you a much longer letter than I intended, for this waa begun oidy to return thanks for the Egyptian Witch. We have a good many witches out here to show yon, if you come out a* a single man. next winter. Why not 1 A. C. P. The Sew Ot?wi Mall Line from LlTtrp?tl to Spain ami Hutud*. rt'-rim the Ixrodon Chronicle. Jqly 23.] The eligibility of Liverpool a* R port of depitrturn nnd arrival for ocean roall*. h i? juat recMved a frt-h proof in thr recent C".tabll*hroent of n lint' of uteamer- to ply benc? to Spain Ami Havana. The proprietor* of tlii* new line are u large and influential .-punish company char tered in that country. with UmlM liability. and the ex dudve pi Ivib-go from the Spanii h gov rnrni nt of running ftteam ve??el? from England uii'l I ranee to Havana and ^orto Rico. Thi* company I* a'yled the "1.1dm dr Va pore* correoa l*>pitnoleH Tran-ailmticoa.'' an 1 it will commence operation* immediately, for the pioneer ve<*e| of tbe fleet ii already completed an ) the other'' are rapld ly conatructing. It i? intend'' I that a regular montnly communication ahnll be kept up hotweea thin port ami Havana, the *t earner* railing at Vigo, on the roa-t ol Ppain, and l'orto Rico, in th<- Wr*t In lie' to land ami embark pmwrjfr*. 'Die Spani-li *ovrrnment. we b< llcvc, Intend lo make u*c of thi* line lor the mail com munication with Cuba. and, no do.ibl. our o*n g >vern ment wlllfbrward Ijugli-h e'<rrp?pon.leuce by the name available route. Tbe principal traffic from this port will he (In* (rood ?< of Britiab and I rCnch manufacture. ttii g-eiier portion of tlif paw-cnger trade being from toe >piini"h port-. A* gnoda for Havana and I'o.-to ltico can only 1* shipped in Tetwiela carrying the Spanish Mug e.erpt at the co-t of an mormon* import tariff the advantage- of thi? lino to manufacturer* and ahipper?, in t:.U country and in France, are nl/viou*. It. ia also quite unuecexnary to di late upon ti.e great importance <? I t hp e <nhli?hiuent ot ?uch a line in the pic ent aspect ol tne political relation* between Spain the mother country, and he.- v- luaUe eolotfle* of l'orto Rtro and Cubn. Anthiflrrtve-wlaf the crmpany. the Habnua. ia in i"ich a *tate of comple tion that her trial trip will take place thi* Week a bctnf description of her and the other t?>itt? that will form the line, trill be Interesting. Hie llabana in a Aral cla?a ocean boat, of that de-Tip tion becoming ao generally adopted hy the large hu ropean ateain companies, namely, the screw ateauicr. She U tbe construction of Mr. John l.iird, of (.ircrpool and Birkenhead, the well known Iron ? tonni-'hip bold er, who i* alao countructln* live other Kwh tor the company, three of which have already l>een named the Vigo, thr Cadi*, and the Barcelona. The Vigo, Which i? a slater ahiptotlie Itabatia has been launched anme time, and will be ready fur ae* In Auguat. Tlie dl mentlouH of the Hahana are !<c ufth, '^70 P>ot; N am 36X fret; measurement I.TSO ton-. Sht wfll have en glties ol 400 hori-e power, on the <urect actiu;' principle, with lnverte?l cylinder*. FroOi her One Utic r-pai en gtne power, and tbe ability and e cperien. e i ? her bull ler it la only reasonable to antieipa e wltu c< niidence that ahe will attain a higti average I ate of vneed < n her v>>y ?ge. Hbe ha? 'i\pa< tty for eighty flr?t rhw, forty nerwid riaM, and thirty third rltw pa -engera. about 1 000 ton> of earfjo, and twenty day*' eonnuiuptioa of coal. Jler eabin aci-emui"datl?.n <!??erve? a more eapecial no:lre? luT not only l? it got up in an elegant <tyle of decoration Mitable to the national ta/ite* of the majority of the p?i ?engera abe will rarry hut it in al?o arranged in a man I ht to Ntun a auiti' lerwy of that il/ht au<l tenifl.t ion *> ?aeratial to comfort on a lea v oyig" i-artl.-uUrly In hot rllma'ea. t'n?'er a full ft op, nlnciy feet in lengih, l? the tblef aaloon a beautiful apartment, ev.dencing . orreet taete and artuitic ah'll in it* ornamentation. Tbe aidea are formed ut RoUoacm'* pa'ent Ve netian pan'la. which n it only ?"'< iire ren ilation hy their form bat give ample room for log auiiy In dec .ratlrc 4Mgf>< *Hi each aiilc of the eulooti are right ?'.ate roT'nui. In palra with two, thr' e, and four aleeping berth* In each The chief color# Lu-ldc are pale green white, and crtfr. on Vehr-'t lnteraper?e?l with (lit mould Infi. tending-, and coruleea, th? #hole nicely b leaded and inno^nt of glaring contrante. IV- 1 ween .he panel, are piU?ter ImltaUva of Henna marhla. tue pa. n: maiiufa< ture <rf Mewra. Jennen- and Hetteri if- of llir nungham The ?a|<^ la M fret in length, and the after end. or counter of the ve.aet la eorUlned off aa a loung ing rcwrni for the ladiea in a-idliion to widefe .hey h iv a private i a bin of their own of romrao-lloti* ai?^ The euahioo' d M'tha. the long line of ae,tee?, the le-*nt' r< and colored wine gl?"?a in pollahed mahogauy frame, hung from the . elllng, the rich banging, an.1 furniture of the sleeping room* and the eb-gant deeorationa al ready alluded to. glee thia a iloon an air of oriental mag nli.cenc- combined with weatera ilea* of lainry and comfort Imiue-llatel; in front of tbe a* loon i* a large ?moklng room no Improved ariangement that will be appieclated by the gr.itlem<u pa In the fere pait of the *hlp 1* arv tbe- do'mitor^ for a-'ditb nal Crat claeif pa-- ? a; era, an i tbe e.fll an i thiol elaaa eahlaa. which, tL /ug). ?>f couiae n>/t aoeo-tiym ?tyU aa the chief aalooa, are fltte*' up wi'n eiery regarl to convenience TTrfiee ata eter-'l >Ji.n?e and ahowe hatha la vari-MM |ian# ol tie re-- aa w*b aa antn*roii< Vloaet*. aad till ladicw' cai-ln La a *>ri?kt? ? -?u. -n ' ? !<? ?et ?tta'.ti?d to it TLe UHccea ? j , coe??ra a.-r.,ni iwdatod in ? r.msr* <>f haOM-? utildalilp* on .le. li, w'ttoh ?lf<> compr* th* (ookiu* i<*nou<*, Am-., wh.ln tlie crew Imtr their furwMtl* t*iow. Hie Hulxina U couun. otlod by Captain <.*r<-U y Grlala, of the SpnnUi royal nti * y, ca<l rnp'uin ''?rrfe?r*l ha? Wen appointed to kn >Mri rtMrl, tiui Ylgt The ota?r four vuWj are about the name 4?- will be fitted u-i.il/ wi ll, nn<) hunched by Mr. Laird at iner.'*l? ?lurta? Hi" next three iim n'h-. T)it< apont. of tin- line t? Live: pout are Vi'??rii. li. H. Mclrh. r nn<l of t'orent (?? -.l'-n, an'l in Hiniinn Uoncm. /mjj/ronii Brother* a Co. The whole of the veNaels are bring buill un Icr the mipeil? lenience of Ctpta in John Konl, of U n ion known a? luring huj? . in'en led the II t tinjc out of ??? General !*on ? Company'* tei-jcels, a? well ?J those f#r to? r-'bniinian tu*m Uiujnny. Working of tlut Constitution of Bngtoncl? PrrroKatlTM of the Crown. [Krnni thf Ixmdon Chronicle, J lijr .I.] It may not be inopportune to inquire what |MMitioa tiie Crown ore u pi oh in reference t<? the coustit.itlon, and whether it performs the part dearly marked out for one ol its component principal meraoera? There waff a time when the Sovereign of this country play ed a nrwwt important part in the administration of affaire, -whether it w h in leading an amy against the enemv? whether it wan in crushing ,t apirit of faction at home? whether it wan in encodi-ifing in diibtn ? or whether it wait in making wi?e lmrs, which pa\ed the way for every subje to Qua roJm to shake clear of th? fetters of !e id 1 tlir.U d? m, and to elemftfli Pqu3! HgUte. ftit Ui bun Icing fince departed. tne Crown havl >? iilbk into imi^niflcarci' at the death of William 111 George III. uutde an effort to revive the re'jal pow er. Of the three memliers of the con?tituti >n. viz., the Crown, the I^orda and the Couim >n , where can von trace a ve^tleo of Altreel the Great, of Kd.v.ird ill., of Henry VJH. and Elizabeth? Is the Crown a legislator, a warrior, a vigorous rcfonne atlmiiil* trator, or diplomatist? No; it is reduced to the ig noble position of an a?senting member of the con stitution withont the power or a veto, n't indifferent actrr in S'tate allaLrs, and unconcerned spectator of all that is pacing. No sovereign iu the world p>* sesscs so little power a- the Queen of En?I ind. The President of the United States po reuses more s ve reign power. Why should we boast o; a ? oasUtu tion ho defective? II the constitution be in a hr.ilt'i y condition, it is necessary that each member perform its separate and presented function* In an eilleie.jt manner. There is as much evil iu the Uepro-enta tive Chamber possessing an immoderate extent of pc.wcr, as in the Crown or the I,oreR The Crown is tlie despotic power ? the type of n. 'divided and cen tralized power. The Crown is the head of the permanent execu tive government. Being such , it ought to be the administrative reformer, looking to and taking an interest in tlie genera) working and management of every department of the service, tu ploying and re warding merit, and introducing me.iW?< into Par liament when they muy be necessary for It 4 thorough efticlency. The fate Czar of Russia is un example ol what the Crown can do in this rc-ipeot. The ministry have too precarious a tenure of oTke, and are too much engaged in politics, to be able to effect an administrate e reform. Besides, the Crown is above the influence of corruption, and free from the taint of party interest. If you reformed the .1 1 ministruth 11 to-day, it would be a que<th)ii whether it woi-.Utnot want reforming again to-morrow, lo calise P. requires to be free from corrupt influence, as well as permanently and rigorously supervised. There cannot l>e a doubt thot measure* introduced by the Crown into Parliament for the lictter man 1 ce ment of public aflhirs, would receive its attentive consideration. Many great measures could lie brought forward for this purpose, as, for example, the simplification of the law and it -1 improved ad ministration. The administration would be gre itly Improved, too, by the knowledge that it was watched by the sovereign personally as fur aa possible. Shorblng Termination to a Marriage In France. A frightful cane of hydrophobia la dwrilied ia the Lyons journals, which, it the facta are ? oriecUy stati J, would go to prove that this ratal m ilady cuji r> main in the system as long as four years without dcvelopement. * A you rip farmer named Feyron, about twenty-five years of age, iu the department of the llbine, was married a few weeks ago to a neigh bor's daughter Hie young couple had been long attached to each other ; but the parents of the hridu had reftased their consent on account of the strange ness of conduct occasionally observed in the voting man, who otherwise was a most eligible mat h, his parents being comparatively well oir, and the sou himself generally of exemplary coodn t. His pas sion for the f.lrl became at length so violent th it he dc lured he could Hot exist without her, and his mother, 1'eaiSng from his manner that he meditated suicide, went to the parents of the young worn, n, and, aft? 1 some entreaty, prevailed upon them to agree t" the match. Young l'eyron at oin t> rec ov ered his spirits, the young woman was delighted, aid the marriage was celebrated with all the rustic pomp aiid ceremony common in that part #f the provinces, concluding with a grand dinner, and the inevitable ball. The gaieties were kept up until daylight, when tiic company separated. "Hie new married cotiple were lodged in one wing of the farm bouse, separate from the main building; but in a short time after they retired, cried were heard from the nuptial chamber. At first they were unnoticed; but at length they Increased to fear fill shrieks, and the father and mother, alarmed, hastened to the room, followed by the farm servants. The cries were by the time they arrived changed to scarcely audible groans from the poor girl; and on breaking open the door she was found in the agonies of deatli ? her bosom torn open and lacerated in the most horrible manner, and the wretched husband in a tit of raving madness and covered with blood, hav ing actually devoured" a portion of the unfortunate girl's breast. A cry of horror burst forth from all present, and be was dragged from the room after a most violent resistance, it taking no less than six men to hold him down. Aid was instantly sent for, and before the doctor could reach the spot, the un happy victim was no more. Young i'eyron was put under treatment, and a strait waistcoat was attempted to he put upon him; but bis struggles and screams were such that the doctor, apnrehensiue that he should expire in the assistant's hands, ordered them to desist. The unfortiuiate man had by this time become so weak that he was easily conveyed to lied, and died at 4 o'clock in the aftetltoon of iln-sumu day, without having for one moment recovered his con sciousness. It wi>s then recollected, in answer to search ing questions by n physician, that somewhere about five years previously he had been bitten by a strange deg, and taken the usual precautions against hydro phobia. But although the dog was killed, it had never been satisfactorily shown that it was really mad; aud mi ill conscquences resulting from the bite, his friends concluded that it would come to nothing, and the incident had is-en altogether for gotten. It was considered by the doctor that the circumstam es preceding the marriage and the ex ciU rneiit ot tlie occasiaajtself, bad roused the latent vims, which had so long laid dormant in the nl >od, sod led to the terrible outbreak of frenxy which had ended so tragically. (>n tho medical re ?ort heing hud before the authorities, the ? xtraordin iry nature of the case naturally excited much attention aud considerable controversy the 01 anions of the beads of the profession tieing. after fi.li Inquiry, that there was no hydrophobia whatever iu the case, bat rooted inKUiity. and that it was shown toexi?t by the occa sional alierrations of the unfortunate young man, as before mentioned: and that his dls< a?'d t?-mjwTa* ment and too violent passions, powerhJly acted on by the circumstances, led to the fatal consequence* narrated above. This sad catastrophe ha# given rise to a fierce medical controversy In some of the pre fessional journals on the nature of hydrophobia, from which it would appear that, although instance* of remarkable cures of this frightful malady are often described in the journal)1, no authenticated account of its favorable termination Is yet known In France. MIimUssmm Foreign Item*. By the trade and navigation returns of F'ngland, published 27th July, it appears that the total value of British produce exported during the month end ing on the 30th of June, 18.'.:., was ??,ieft,ft.>6; dur 11, g the month ending the 5th of July, 1H54, it was ?ft, 747.113, showing a decrease of over half a mil lion. From January 6 to J o.tc 30, lifts, the exports amounted to ?43,1 12,322, but, as this period As! Is slioi t of half a year by Uve days, we Bay for pur poses of comparison estimate the exports of the tirst fix months of 1 ?V> at ?44 ,C4 1,202; which, eoa psred with the first six mouths of 1864, shows a falling off of 14, 4ft ''^00. The decrease is shared in by most of the articles onumeratid, cotton being the principal exception; it dhows rather an Inorease. < 'ont ra*tin* the month ending :10th of Jone, with what we may call the corresponding month of UM4, we find in the import table* a decrease in cocoa, frcm ?:i<m,000 to ?27!t,000; in coffee from ?3,016, ix ii to ?2.A43,000; in spirits an increase from ?320, 000 to 1322.0Q0 proof gallons: in sugar (unrefined) a decrease from 7&7.000 to Sts.ooo cwtaj In tea a decrease from ?4,840.00010 4,0:12,000. The quant 1 ty of tobacoo Imported was aboU the same; and wine increased frem V>4,0u0 to .'i(Jt<,000 gallons. A h tter from Boehareet of the 3d of July, say*: ? The Ottoman tioops are still advancing into the l>o brudscbs. F row 1,200 to 1^0?i Turk* from ftllwtrl* Late passed the bsnube in boats, and landed at Km Israsch. Although the Turkish corps now Iu the (?obrudscha are sulli lently provided with bridge equipage, and is supported by a do ilia, and. ai though the c< a"t of IfrsKirabia Is only def'teh d hy ?bout 10,900 Russians, yti It Is not expe- 1 d that the Mtwhir Ismail Pasba has any present Intention of at tai king the Hos-i uis. He .ppears in< lined to wait for the fall of hebaatop>.|, in which case be * on Id dot.htl' as !*? su|>ported Ii) some allied tro>ps. The greatct conifnen inl or thfty prevail* on the 1 ower I>*nuhe. It i* calculated t.,at. since the open ing ot the navigation, more thin ft'Sl vetw-H of which 2<si w< re Austrian, have taken on l<?*(d car* ! go> ? at It t*j) Hnd at Odut*. I A hackney rniwh wm* Ufc-Jy -??-n standing in the Fanixairg Hi, I>eul?, r*car the Ii wtioe Uaoo s. Fart-, ) In whkh an elegant? j drwrd jmixtp woman waa , se..ied. and who. Irooi Mine to time. looked eagerly [ f r? m I far winduw, a# though expecting aoioc one* i la u viiflrt time nfte r the door of the carriage was 1 opened ly a ftwhionsbie looking an on, wim waa II Unit to aa**nd, bat scarcely hjtd he aUood his ' foot mi tb* atep, when be uttered a piercing cry, ; fud Ml backward on the pavumMjL Oa being taken lp and tonvcjred into a chemistSt shop, it wan ! f< und that a quantity of Biilphuric acid hud boon j thrown Into bin fare, by which the right of both eyet wu destroyed, and hit* face dieadftdljr burnt. I 'J lit Indy was immediately arrested and taken to the ' eou'inissary of police. The price of land for bnildlng on in Parliiamry ' high at present. M. (iaJniel De'lcssert, ex prefect of icike, w.der lx>uis Philippe, has wild for 7UJ/XK) francs (?'>,000), some ground, for which, a t'ow j month* since, ?\000 ( 200,000 fraon) waa first olfcr i ed him. and for which 1,200,000 franca (?4-1,000) j w ue proposed to hiin the day alter tho solo was le j gftlh sud formally concluded. M. Pcreino haw i Wiii glit in the Avenue Uabrieile (extending into the lui.l.otrg St. Homere), a hotel for tho Hum of j 1/70,0(0 francs (?66,000), which he I* abnet to pall ] down and build up anew. li. Seiliere, the banker, is I beating tor the purchase of the late Mr- Hope' | mansion: this cost 7.000,000 fran.* (?2-10.060), to i luild and furnish, and cannot uow be sold for l^OO, I M0 Irarct- (?32,000.) f if AVrrf, the Rw?ian organ in Browd*. pubVmh f-S in ft letter from Helsiiigfom, a series of ac cin t'onh, agaiust the English, Mho arc said to catty r,n war after the fashion of pirates. Aecor dine to the Nerd, the English, on the l *th of June t<>vk fcem Jt an Eriek*on, who appear* to have l?cn u M-rt of Robinson Cnisoe (?rv I habitant At la ptiii ih'rfe H nfdt rtkaer), four fowling piece* aud forty t"iiud> of fish, the produce of hi* Industry, lairing I. m only a shilling oa an equivalent. Again, on the 27th ?'f June, the English cruisers took away, wo j ait Md, from Fneglu , un inland of the Aland \rchi j pe-Iagn, the seven fattest sheep fhiui u flock of eigh I Utn, leaving the |>oor owners of them uimtcoin I ened and in great distress. Ag\in, on the 21th of June it if wiid that a party of the enemy forced some eopboimi doom in tlie village of iiaenoe, aud .stole hoi; e chemises and fiahing tuckle. In the course of a late trial before Mr. Juatire Cokridpe. in London, when' a widow sued for dama co ? Ler liu>l>urd having bet-n ran over and killed by an omnibue ? the learned Judge ?aid he wished to irakf an obeervation. There waa one thing it was rc lly ligl.t to ut ite. When pawing alo^g a ntreot, the Hide j.uvcmentH were for foot pa.M*cagern.and the cenUe "f the ctreet waa for enrriages, and thoac ix-r wii i who wished to (tors were bound to wat h tneir oj ccrtui.it)? to use due care and caution: but at the e. d or corner of a street, If a loot past<enKur wished to ciom, it rhould be known that tlie centre of th? street belonged a* much to the foot passenger as to the i aniuge, and he had n? much right to tell the , diivei of a carriage to wait for him an h>r the driver | to n.oke him wait. A lettei from Stettin states that at the late wool fnir in that town, oulv 64<i.O<iO kilogrammes were ofleied tor sale, being 200,000 kilos, less than in 1 <14. 'i he wl.ole waa sold at prices varying from 4!2tr. to H74lr. for the metrical quintal (22 U lbs.,) according to quality, being an adv-auce from 74fr. to l.'t t/r on the cormpording qualities in is", 4. The lulling off n. the quantity was caused by a number of Jewish men hunts having gone about the country previous ly to the fair, and bought up the stocks from the liirn.ers. At the late wool lairs at Posen and Ham burg the quantity offered was diminished from the snmc cause. A i.oUier return shows that the following was the net produce of the taxes in India in the > ear 1*51 '62, viz.: ? Excise, land, Bayer and moturpha, ?11, 7W.SH0; salt, ?l,6hfl,034; opium, ?3,130,246; I'ost, Offp e, ?10,712; stump duties, ?468, 4s7; customs, ?1. 4^4,343; mint duties, ?72, 2s2; and tobacco, ?ti&, 017. mnkii>g a total of ?27, >-32, 237, against charges to the .ini' unt of ?2I/j!i2,0n."?, thus leaving a surpl in of ?3,240,152. In 17U2-83,thc first dato given la the ret. ni, Ihe total receij.ts wcic ? -,22*,H2n; in 1 -fW>-0l , ?IO,4'-/5,(?5it; in 1810-1 1, ?IOt?7:?tl!i7; In H20-2I, 1 ?21 JJ/>2,?41; in 1*30-31, ?22/)l?,310; in 1h40-41, ?21(^61,073; and in lKj(?-6l, ?27^2.'.,30i). A parliamentary return shows that the total num licr of piigrmeis tii< d at the assizes of Knglaiu) and Wales from l(-60 to If 66? Including a space of Ave yet. is? was as follows, viz.: On the Home Circuit, 2. .Ml ? including the prisoners tried before com.nis t ii reir not judges; on the Midland CiiOQit, 2,740; en the N"if(.lk Circuit, 2,093; on the Norther u < 'ir cnit, 2,236; on the Oxford Circuit. 4.223; on the V tstein (".icuit, 3.4'.i3; and oil the South Wales aud ( beater Ciicnit, !t76. 1 he offic e of President of the Federal As-embly of Switzciland (both Chambers united) lor 1-50, lii's devolved by a very great majority upon M. Stamp iii, who. it is well knowr .(\us Is-cn tor a long time the cLiel ot the Bertece radical jiarty. M. Komerod, ? ue of the Vaud radical party, is the Vice President These important nominations liuve been completed bl thrt o i M. C. Plyflcr as President of the Superior I I denil Tribunal, and that of M. I>ulls, of Zurich, as Vii e Piesidcnt of the same Court. The promised "hundred pennants" are now in the Paltic. Tlie English have 86 vessels of war, with 2,01 8 gims; the Fienrh 16 vessels of war, with 4<w guns. In the combined fleet there are 23 liiie-of buttle ship*, with 1,863 guns; 31 frigates and cor vettes, with 664 guns; 29 smaller atramera and gnn boats, with 78 guns; 18 mortar-boats ami nthor cra;t, with 21 gunii ? in all 101 vessels, and 2,606 gUItH. Harvest operation* have commenced throughout nearly the w hole of Austria, and the remit is ever} ? n here sstisfactory. Prices of grain have fallen In Transjlviinis, Hhngary. the Haunt, and Upper Aus tria, owing to the ahundunee. and a consider* lile ex. jk rt trude Ih anticipated. The vineyards aiao look well but rather an regards quality than quantity; the blossom is exceeding flue. A parliamentary return shows that there were im port*. d into England from Mrotland, iu the year 11-54, 17,4714 gallons of sweets, or made wines at 4i'd. per gallon, 1,787 at 3Jd. per gallon, arid 'I ',7Hl gallons ut 2i<L jier galkiu. " The number of gallons imputed frotn Ireland whh 2,'.?r?4 gallons Of sweets or miidc wines at 6Jd., and of the same at 5J?L Sir John Yonng has entered upon his government of the Ionian I.- lurid* at an infelicitous moment for Kr gland- It apiears that the aswmhlj has this so* ion refuted to do any work whatever; that it roufeto almost entirely, apart from the officials, of (.it?k iyr?i path i t>ers with KiisHia.and that, generally, the it-lands arc praying for the failure of the British arms in the Crimea. A r<tuin, just published at Rome, shows th it the Order ft Jesuit* at present consists of 6fiUt mem beta, I filf, of whom are in Italy, 1,6W7 In France, 4113 in L'elginin, 5*4 in Sjiain, 177 in Germany, and 1,2',' 4 iii I nglflud, America and other csiutrie*. In 17'.'7, al?en the Order was at the height of its glory, it poti-esmd not fewer than 11,816 members. Mudiid has been shocked by a frightful visitation t< on family of cholera. On the night of the 11th ol July, Lleutenuit-Oenenil Schelly, who has been living for some time In the ncighliorbo<sl of Seville, bis ?i tighter, his two sisters. his head servant, the wife 01 the latter, and three domestics, all died from tills d:esd plague. letters from Rome of the 20th of July, announce that ol the tno hundred foreign bishops who asem Lied in that nty In December last lor the pns l.ima tion ol the dogma of tiie Immaculate Conception, not one ri malnd. The last who bad set out to re turn bom'- was Mgr. Hourget , Bishop of Montreal. The ( stimuli il r<?t of the new Irish National Gal lery is ?11, IS III, of which government contributes I :>,<><>< this and the some sum next year, making X?,i ic in sb; the remaining ?6,0**1 is m*d?- of *uls m options to commemorate the public services of Mr. Dargau, and is applicable to this object. A Mr. Sabine has brought o?,t ? Biographical Pic tionaiy ol l>uellist?, commenting with l>a\id and t n huh, and ending with Cournet and Hart hi lemy. A Utt? r trom l.yona announces the arrival 0.' * vi> ml American merchants, on thi ir way to the fair of lieai.i bite, A reunion of the chief naturalists of the continent 01 tun y. is to take pia> e at Vienna at the < lose of August. On the 17th of July there were as many as 312 ruses 01 cholera at St. i'eter-isirg. lievt't and Riga now |?*ses* telegraphic communi cation with f*. Ptoarsburf. Inn F*t?l AconitXT at Nisbaycaka.? We an iictu ced tbe death of Francis Truax, of Seheneeu-iy, h> ai. acc idental ahot, from his eompaniou, Kdwaro Atirey, in tbe wooda about ten miles f*om Uie city Intaa iu.d A 111*7 had been hunting together during the day, and about the middle of the afternoon, hav it g. as usual, sent their dog forward to start op a bud, tl.ey followed with gun* cocked-? Truax in ad vnice? to be resdy to lire when the game should ria*. As tht^ were j>rt*Wding cautiously in this inanuer, At,n y ? root rangbt in the underbrush, be slipped, and his gun went oft Truax tanning at tbe m*Uut, rrcehfiti the whole charge in the abdomen. lie ia n edUi?iy exclaimed ? " 1 am a dead man ' You havr shot me!" and w?iJd have fallen, Isit bi? com panion caught him After this, he spok# hot once. Au ty asked if he should carry him out of the ?oo.ls, to a bouse Isrt lie said "No! no 1 must die! I.ay ru* down !" His U.-rnf.ed companion laid bim down upon the grourd ai d ran for help. Wlien lie returned, In a lea minutes, Tm? was dead. The grn I of Aurey w ns so great (. ays the Hcher.ectady J/?morrat, whieb gi?e- tl,? se j m1.i0lar?) that it ? as with diJirilty ti i al'-ve fucU aeie eliot-d from him uj*i*i the In qu t- sh.cb ? as held during llie aft-rnnon by ?!o t* 1 ? \ ?ii Wndt. Mr. Truax via- a ?i4w*(, bin
* ? 1 v - <! >t ... . 4)i 1 , , , jUr. ?tare. II I ti !<? 1,1 livU ff, ?> j ut ibfm ywjtf ami grown ) Cft ir. 1. a.tyriiia. ?tato Tnrhrn' H miUllir ? A VttNi pwiu.i ti-d for the Albany JoernaL) I Tuukwhv Erxnoia, Aug. 2, 1?&5. | The HMorutiou assembled tbli evening at the time specified to the adjournment. The nd4re*a vw de livered bjr Prof. J. IX Phllbrtck, Httperintendent of HchoU# for the State of Connecticut. The title n ight properly he, " Scientific Kducatloo," He took up the Mibjed. of reading and penmanship, and ?jicl>?d the simple* pr?x oiwh, and ahowed that a?iei? ? *w the have for ull of then. Ho urged that teaching t-hould be considered an art ? Uio noUc.4 I rrt ; that Urn youthful teacher should endeavor to strdy principle* ; thut rvawju ahould support imita tion, were ideas he earnestly urge?. Mr. i'hiil>ri( k'b di'?-w?n<e was considered the ablest | of it* kind. It gavonev impulse to the thoughts . ot the teacher* present. It did not glorify the rouse as much as many wo have heard, but surpassed laowt ] In ita clear logi< . The rrbort of the State agent wax then made, and showed that about fuuitoen huudred dollar* had beeu u;fd, slid about twelve hundred received. Much diM u?ri?m cusutnl <>u the subject of tho re-appoint ment of the agent. Mr. McKlligott, of New York, opj.oud the prevent plan for raising the land*. He Hiiia that the aaaoctuflon ought not to appoint an officer nnd then idlow tho publishers of New York city to pay hi* salary, but that the funds be raised by the HBSrOcintion iudi. Mr. Bin:, KUte Superintendent, replied to those tfmnifcs, tni<i cudwud to Justify tne method of rowing niisdn; but tills only teemed to awaken di> tumon, which contiumd until nearly 11 o'clock. The (uhiect was then put over until to-morrow at 9 o'clot k. Thtic teems to l<c considerable opposition to thf plan ol having a State agent. It is projsised that county Hifcrii.tendenU shall (ill the place the asso ciation huve placed Ike agent in. i niDAY Mousing Bbsaoh. Prayer by the Rev. Mr Oninox Mr. Kit h n<*o to a question of privilege. He j stilted that in his remarks lad evening, io advocu I tine the continuance of the State agency, he was either misunderstood by some of the association, or he d.d uot construct his eentem es in accordance with the dictates of his heart. He had been told I tlmt he was understood t?> have ?.ud that the teach en? ot the ( ity of New York did not fully sympa thize with the teachers ol' the country. If lie said thut, he said what w;is furthermost from his heart. The tea< hers of the city of New York were fhe lirst to n?tist in organizing this aarvwiation, and had re mained its fiimc^t and best friends up to the present hour; and if lie lmd Keen so understood, he wished to stilt** as publicly this morning us the remark was made last night, that lie was heartily sorry he made any such trniark, aad it was due to the self-sacri ficing spirit of the tear hen or the city of New York that this misapprehension of his remarks should not go I or tii without the proper antidote. The Convention had wt apart the morning hour tta reports as to the vtate and condition of education in Hie vaiious <ountk)s of the State, nut the oftlcera did not make thiir uppeuiauce until quite !) o'clock, and that hour was named by the Convention at tho t me to \Ht the Lmutic Asylum. Not daunted by this concoteniition of adverse circumstance!!, Miss Anthony claimed u;i hour tor tho reports to bo re <ei\*d, in accordance witli the recorded resolve of the convention , and with the view of testing the scnce o i the convention, offered the following re. solo tions, und moved their acceptance in a few pertinent and very able remarks:? li< nolved, 'Dint netiuti rn'rvl"1? rendered, not fx slmulii r<;rulat' tho r alar In if teacher*. Itesolvod, '11. (it the teacher wl?> ran secure olmtlenrt < nly hy a report t? th"- rod, Jimvi's liimw lf wmiUii;? ia the lii at and me.it csH'ntiat i|ualil)ralii>n for tin- prole* alcn. Hnuilvist. That phyiiral education i? nio?t lamentably neglected in nl! our , cliooU, aeuilnariea, rnll<>gt - and uui vci.itti ", ami therefore, Jtesolred, That i vi rj isluralional liuilding nliouUl have a gymnasiiiin. lleaelvcd, That the wos tie e"lucat?-?l tngi-ther Beeolved, That Uie hliorer inu t liave the atimuluaof wag> - 1" work with elu'> : fulue?> and ii?'lu>lry, ?ii'l that II.. atwlent m?f' tiaM1 11 ? jin>Wil??- ?f Ihiae, wealthamt )n?itlent<> encourage htm tltrmigli <l?j? .mil of pulitnde and tell: Ihcrei'nre, l<t-nol>ed, Tliat tl t- ^?in that we gi\<' t" woman edurattomd n'l\nnli>g ?. witli loan, white *> writl i 1m>1. I fn m tier eewd niotixx te attainment. Mr Bccvrr.of New York, arose to n quo^t 'on of order, mid claimed iliut a? Uie hnor of nine bud ar rived. tlif regular business ol the convention should I < takm up The Ijki .-'ii'KM decided the point will taken; and n< i withstanding Mrs. Anthony made several ttp|?eala to I t- heard. tt>< gallantry of the convention cnm<t up nnt.ua, ; nd she wns fairly choked down I >y the lord* oi the caution; and the vexed question as t> whether the State agency should be continued Knottier yeiir, or crush: d in it* infancy, came up, as unfinished buslnexH, (or discussion. i'iie history of tl.e question Hcema to !*? simply tliln:? The association. last year, decided to follow t Jji ivud taken by tue rtnto of Ohio, and ap ]>? inted sin spent, guaranteeing him a salary of fi and tfavelnnft exjiensea, and at the same tin enade no provision tor the payment of bis salary und expemes. Mendwhiie the agent started on his tour of duty without a cent of money, except of hi" own furnishing. in thin dilemma the supporters of ti.e measure. it seem*, anplh ii to i.'iofte who, equally aith leathers, received their L.tmd and laitter from the working of the common a chool system of tho State, viz.: to the publishers of school hook* tin onghnut tlie State. Thin, it aeema, aroused tlie iie of thone who opposed the consummation arrived at hy the majority oithe A ssoclation In tlie estaMisb Kent of this agency, and who never, in any manner or form, ever contributed one cent toward tlie aup port of the agent their action had created. The con sequence waa, a great holla-lialfo because the very uft i.t tticy hud appointed deemed it hi* dutv to pro ceed in tlie Murine)* of his agency and endeavor to meet the pecuniary liabilities he naturally incurred hy any honorable mean* in hia power. With tbia idea, he acc< jited the aid tendered hy warm friend* of the cant-* of education, although niuuy of them were publisher* of acb<?o) book#; und this wan th< canae of the sucriflce which seemed to lie determined on hy tlie minority , if they could, hy pertinacity and tlneata. drive the majority to the wjII, tw they finally eocceedcd In doing. Messrs. Hit k, ('iiaxskiu*, and otiiera, advocated tl.e continuance of the ag< ncy, mid urged that any a ntiibution, no mutter from wlmt particular aouroo, could lie consistently received in furtherance of the cuii**, and the Association had no right to doubt the purity i f the motive* ot tlie donor*. Messn. McKlliuott, Wooi.woanf, Btn.ii.KV, N xiTT.aiidothen* advocated I ta diacon ti nuance main ly i n peci ni ary gr iunda. The Association had no corporate existence, and all faid* necessarily r^i?e<l for the ol.Jacta of the Association, muatcouie from individual number*, and the amount m> rained must necetexrily l.e Just what individhal member* felt tl.ry ooold afford to contribute. Furthermore, the | Association bud always, a# u Is'dy, refund torecom rnei d any school publication* whatever, and tins taking or money from publishers \4 sch<Ki| book* wan in their estimation, nothing le<ta than a specie* of " Murk mini," m.d in their optuion the pabualier* so construed It. Mr MiKkrn, of New Y' rk, finally oMained tho Boor, and after some conciliatory remarks, moved tlie whok ?uljert t . the table, winrli waa r? rri'-d. The Coinnntt** on Noniiruttion of Hoard of h>ii tora for the Tmchrr reported the following . Oliver A rev, liuflklf>; Tnu ian II. llov?en, Ml>any; .lan ea H. rartrldge, New ^'ork: Mr.-w H. II. H'-wh, Symciut; Win. N. Reid, Kowbarg; l'. II. < urti?. ice heater; Junic> C'ruikj?lmnk, lielljiort, Marcua Wibon. .Mien 'a Hill; Mary !>? Tenney, Itlnghaniton; Ku rim Wdlard, Troy, l. K. Little, WatcrUiwn; A. K I'aln er. I'tira. Mra. Willard, throeirh a friend, poaltively de cided Mirving, and John W. Knlkiey, of lirooklyu, war a[rpointed to the vncancy. lie main haaine?eof the convedtion having been ti i.cluded, tive or<liiiar) resolution* of tti? ik? U<tl?e 1 its^le nt, the citixeua of t'tiea, und the variooa railroad ct mparuea who liad ndnced their fare on thi? '?ca?ion, were pa*wd in doe course. Mr. JOHAKNOT moved the cntimuinre of the ofl ce of Htate agent, witb a salary of fl.noo and e?l ' Urea. l'rof?a-^ir Wwitwoatn nxived the following aub stitute, which Wua udotted ? iMkM, That tfa> <hJLiiW? < f lh" h? teiwtceH !(? hr Johanuu'., th?ir a*, nt. Cor km tailbtul an 1 iral <w ? iirr% In lt?? 'tlK h?rt^ of bf< 4?tt?a IW'hH, Ikat tbr act of tlx- ??? *<*tir>a rrvatina ?h? ? fl.i r ?( * tat# acrot u? !????>?/ (n<M, an.i that a > on? mitte* of tfcr<< apt>*^a4e'< to art with (h? -t?t# ?nfr .nttulrtU la ptMtinng fr< m Ih 1/fUlaliira ??? t <a ii ??? <4 force in hx < .Jtall t?- ?i" ?-?-?r j V' met the aaata of < >mtmi kMi Mu?Hcaa? H-AarMoai m id that a* the cmven tion bad refnae4 Vo liMen to rej lorta from the various ? onntie* of the Htate a* to their educational m*4I t ion, ?he w i she<l aome report* or ew?>a on the va rious topica embraced in resolution* she had hen to (me ter.der?d to the convention, prepared for tfie t o w.ing m< ettng of the aas'ieuiti' n. Hli? theieiore moved Mra. Hews, of ^yramae 1# rvfjueeted to piep^re a rejfirt on " Tt?? In wie >iuate f 'oni|>enanUon oi Female Ten h? r*. aoni that ?l:ss Jai tUe iVwgiass. of Wuterville, prrpar* an vay on " Tlie Ne< ?osit/ of J*ii>Bj'-al Kdo- *tn?o in all a< bonis ar.d sernirmrfcp* of l*arolair. AA),4ed A fler rtmarka by Mr. CbnbhO' k, of Coon., and Mr. lole, ot New Jersey, the Ffesi'V lit, K. I ' Joi.m, tjsfj.. took leave of th?* nntrt'iUott in a heiei i*it ei< qaertt addraaa, and declared the (XAreotli ?d t/urt ?d. The olkrwing are tber4B'*ra 'if ti e a.'m 'or ti.e et sutrg jear ? Isf PreaMeLt . . . I,. HudMw. of Nov Yirk. M \ ice I'rraUScnt . . K Vtr. i urK of tllx '.d " I d*i' N'oeti, if Ooetia. <i - . . |?. IL A. MmMm. 4 tb " . . M It Atiin* i ir FtcttUrj ... f II Antbony, of A ?^?r. j |<4 lt*??>t<l,u# nt-t ' . A . <? halWbaM b?rs<wur id " - . i M %e*i, ItHt. *w Byeeeew Ktap* Cms* The following to the girl'a UnOwoa/ in thi* dk *? oa tl* examination of John Kyaa, which took pJaea * ob the Itih i nut- " | Margaret Ann Granville mrorn Waa fmnlimui M.J kS%^LH?hkt07i U,bJl' ?? *? Haven Water Cure Iloaue ^loii?d left there, and come here to tind w?rk* L Ktn*V intelligence offlj; thew ?w th?vS? % UttHickory Huah; bin name u Henry WdfiS?.^ hired to bin, and went on board of the boa thoiJ day <-f May, at KaJina; the boat w? h lond.vi ~nl! wood; ; it m unloaded the next day, and went New Bridge, there loaded and returned; wuh g<??. Tm ^ i? V,r U,rc'' d*^": Uliuk 11 ""turned on Irfdar Uldupin the Httuu. place; unloaded tho woodaiid went bach to get another load and came un un Tuefdajj I tliiA; bid up at the name p!are%ad nplouded the wood on wedaeaday; then loaded up Illhrk t i ff'5'11 Block; got loaded about lo ? aLnit> : .an<* 1 wtnt *? he?) about 12 0 clc**k; the eapftiu and Buchanan, and the dri ver and myacJf, and all that waa on the boat driver went to bed first, I went n.vl ,u,.i the captujUi and Huchanan went next; 1 alept in a *>ce parthioBod oft ior ? dining nx*n; Cai.Uln Hu" chiman and diivtr slept in another ro<>ra ; I went to jueep: there wa* a ll,.ht hung from the celling; tho hatchway* were closed, but not locked; I had bean to alcep aboi t an hour uud a hall or two hours beard men tu.klng on the deck of the boat; spoke to tlih cjiptiiin : he did not answer; apoke the aecond | tin o, and be got up and went up ntaim in the hatoh *ay: Ih.ee pt rnonii came and ptwlied him buck, uud bV Ml intv the cabin, etruck his head against the Move: tlicy cable in; cnpfiin got up and Nit on a atool: toey hallooed and wiid, "captain, Mudup that giil;' Mud thin Morv they knocked the captain dowr.; I had two (dick* of wood hi mv room and threw then' at the feiJowx; two men with Kowuith hat* came and pulled u e out of U-d; one a thick Hit fellow and the other film; the third stood by; he wort a preen coat; the two instated that 1 afiould pi't on n y dre**; 1 retimed; they held me, mid the other put my dietta on over my head, then pushed me toward the door or gtepa; J threw mv sell on the floor i:hd grusjxd the capUiu H leg* and the leiw or the chair: the thick set fellow kicked me In the JiM K, and in the fare near the eve; thev then toek me up and pulled me up the ate pa; 1'clumr te evtrylliing in u> way; got hold of the filter of the boat; a tall red faced tellow put hi* hand over my mouth, to atop me from hallooing; I bit him in the thick pint of the hand; he then took off ; bin can, and t<a.k one from another one and ! | put them together and put them over mv month; there were two. I think when we got out, I I " Vl" ,,kU' : U" > t0ok n" "If tho boat on the tow | nth towaidathe luck, and I tliink I saw 1 two or three more following al ter ua; I kept liallooinx I Hl i? "io the more I hallooed the more they would lii- k me; I had no hIioch, aha*! or bonnet on ' there v a* a st,ek of timtx-r lying on the towp ,th' ! und they eat me down on It; mc of them bnd m> ilioeH in bis (out J;o. ket, and one had my ahawl; defend ant had n\y uliawl; I think, but I a n not certain ..ne 1 of them had u Jug of whiskey; one of them had both pair of my shoes in hia i out pocket; when they slart- i ed off one had me by the nhoulder piiNhing me alonir and the rest coming afte r; there were some boata ti ming along , and I lialto<.ed lor them; there were men on the dtcka of the Is.ats, and I thought thev might take me irom the fellowa; tliey took melon i ?ute; went over a bridge; it waa a awamj.y pla<e; ataid there a aj.ell; Mulholland then flnit 1 ( mmitteil violener to my person, and then defend ant eommitted violeace to my per?on; two lellown w tUi KosMitli hats on kno< ke.l me down and held me while MmlioHard and deicMidant comuiitU'd do em e; I got up ai d defendant took me alonir the leiue; fcota sti. k ot wood so as to break a hole Uirough the lein e to g. t through; he swore at me I nnd told in c to stand there while ho was breaking life feme; 1 ran, but eould not mn very fa-t mv i slieigth was f.iettv nitnj. gone, and the gr'mind wet swnropy; u trn- t?a^ lying there, and I ! I lellourif; got up, and there wa.? a graw%t; wmi ' filotig, aid ' umc to a gutewav, and lumed to the ' It- ft me Lid a large house; kind or a hill lank of the I hoose- Iran np there and tried to get in the vard Hist I km w delei.dai t eame up ia ion- me, Uno' ked n;? down ar d eoiomitted viuieme on me; I thought I I heard a kind ol noi'en <1 halloed; the dnga hurk>-d ' i ile'ei dant i ommitled violence to my in r?>n there thieetmif, and then a laige fellow, ana and done I 1 t hi wanted; I trleii to go nearer the tmu-e- the 1 ?d they pwdwd me a law t? ? u, t rood tow ardstlie toil-gate ;deleadaut weul behind me UI..I a tall mun had me b) the shoulder* tmshiiiK me along; got rear the toll gate and niw alarg.- row. I of men; tl.a'k as many as two dozen; some ot them join ed us; HayneMuiMd ai. un.i and gavi tl,.- bottle to ^ome of them; this fellow had hold of me still, and Mat ne? took h> Id of me; picdird i/ie along to the toll gates there was a man sitting ii.-ii|. ?f ? rfa,m reading. Hat ties threw me over the fence, an. I then committed nolen. e <>n me, und then the other* came uud wed * loli m e on me by turns, think as muni a ,hen Wulholhind done it again; ami fhe? be till fellow; the\ held jne down; oia wooldcoine, then another, and tl eU another; raa't aJV how manij ?on,.- of them said ??. mu -t maki- lip a pur.* forth) gtri; Hayues s:ibl to Ui.- tall m?n, "Vou aki- her one "lib- on y.air Isnit, and I m ill uke th>-? fellows on the other, and make up a imoe of fifty ren S | a piece f?r ?h?- girl; I told him I would throw | lilsflty cents in hia U, e or in the canal; Mu/hollaml and the tall man tea^k me thn.ugh a awamnv tiUc at.d<au<e to a dlt. h with it hoard acris<> it tliev j pulled me ilown and they both done It attain: we trot up ul.iI wetit along; the tnll man tia>k me uniier pr> U-n.e ot going te. hia Nmt; be tis.k m.. to a salt li f'.i nil* aertms a bridge; said I m..?t atoor> w> Uie fellowa wonld not aw me; he atooprd down- I didnt; wrnt te. a salt block; saw a stick of wood ? fi t ? f'!"?!1! t""k ,l *"r"y ?n'1 *"nt in; betook \ oft hia coat, aid it an th<- flca?r, and took my ahawl aKo and laid it on the ll?ir; threw ms down and committed violi n. e again, br got ^i< k it the itoui i.'h and vomited, and while be was tomltlng I ran out of the door over the old bridg. h. rat, alter me and swore and aald"cotne ba, k;" 1 rtn t/. another bridire :ind 'here be oa'iglt IT- |,y the ,wl: it lip,,, and h< .ell, I r;in, saw a m.in with .i lantern I hal to him to . oti.e and t;,kc i n> awat . he turned round two or tl.ie.- tini, - and b<.k. ,| but didn't -tor. the fill nun eau.rht hol.t of He ;,ri,| I , :?,Kht hol.l !.f the trona on th. t.r.l,;. . ?Hd I held on. he kn.a ked me Iind I hid to I t go; be tis,k me over the old bridge and there was Mulhnlhuid an l ,no'in rfe| low; Uiev M-t mi down on a r.ih ol -t ,n> m<l I thoug it they a.n- going lo throw ra?- int.. th? , ? n ? I - sat there al out ten minutes; the tall man said ill the time bis boat a name mm* Hammond: I -,t? a boat by that name there; Mi.lhulland aid lo the re-t ot them, " We la-lonn t.i the st.rr we ,|..n t rare tor (.isl, man or the d?wll, night or .lay;" be ..nit t.. the stiabge voi.ng m?n, yon take her o?i yo .r ls.it, und laid bi rue, " You will go, will y.ei?" and I sun) "yea;" he paid, " it you un v .u Will be comfortable,'' Muiiiollaad a.iid he m .?* B<> ling U. the ili.kory Hush after my t lungs I ' ""'l ' u'd K": 'b? tali man and the stron, . r sat , then Lint 1 Mj,<i Mi.lh'.jl ,nd w. rit U> the hi. k >ry I, j Jeloiv he ?ot there h. ftlU I hie p< k. t* with -f ie I a s eii him wi.at b Wa? g tl?,t f ?r , ( . 0< tlil.ig Vli do ?* itb mi , Went int.. tl e t-.a ai,.J g'.tmy thinga captain g. t nil ui.-\ ? ' n a ? l,.?tr ?? '-"?'"'?d 1 uli"- iiit -be lY.fr, ., ..I ff?t tl,),, . Hi.dtiunks; tw.. or thi?> men i am. ?n.) i k /? things na y: cro s.,1 OM r the u-k, got t ro- anil the tail fellow handed a hammer ami nails t . Mill holla tid; they ti n lo k hi. to th>- boat Pox, and tcul n.e to bold <>n a little while they a. nt on Israr.j of the boat atid to- k .? woman off: there w:ir a ?o<*it many fellowa on that l-?t . a<.we thit h?<l been with lie; J aaiteil outside rr.il they t \ (M r ?ff t|,. . tl in t/aik rui Into th? cnim, opened the rni'lahip 'loor. ai.'l tin- uil man Hani, "look lh< rr;" I aaw ? woi/ un , tbey were Liking her along; ahe had no tajnn< t, sliaa I or slua-# on , tbey put me In a amah room; the joang mun with a white hat K?ve me a light; there was a window in lh? r'*un wtib I sili. tiers, baked tbrottgh the tdinda; saw prettr much all ol the nun (<ight, I Udnk) aUu Hog on the tow path; the young man tha* itw nt, Un light !s:.,d be wiaill in for it I p.,t ;ny tnik ?gi)i, t the doer, an'l a. /me <* bers UiU It.-/| tliere, Ium'I a.meiM s?^ tiuet if 1 ,ii.j n-< - pen Ibe <l<? r they w?m*J J bna* it m the , men that i,wnt?l tv- Is.at ??..| I n- e?| u A li? * arr l that t o one ?h> uM twek It oprn . in a few rutrinteai I l?eurd poi;r, .ing in ttie mi.Ulnp; tt a.is- ming 'lay!. Kb', the ariMji wv* goini/ d.-wn b k. 1 a .1 >i.w .uy was n thing; 1 was there a ion. aU?t an I b' ur; ,t wa* a,sa.t f.?r O fioek wla-n I went ,nte> II I. at ? I: ttie flve I Wrf.k the trtinks fr?.ra tb? ?l? or ai. I aeiil out ami got a itrok of water t e " i fc man gave me norno water to wa*h mi-*\f. I tl-e?. .1 aiif? j m. <1r tied op rn? tlnn*., and I U.'ti;.?,t I a<ul'l leave thefa ther, , | wt? ?, / f,< | a.i> en.) -.me one after them, when I wa* tying 'P tbmga tl,ev- all a me l? k ttie m m with tr? irmoatwi fiii tier ,.t* ?aii.? <te>an m ti* <ab.niM.dsW. rr A iw , au.i s d ") <-a are l.& k 'ip to go, lie j i.n" an '1 I 'aid n hi w, 1 "till ? M fig t ?, Asrp ?Hh thf fellow ?ll m.mumtY 1 ?atet M je? ;" he ll*rn bs.ke-! r mml .? ttae ' i?t*n f!'<e f<^ a l/rr^tran, f?e said waa 1 wt -aid it < ?t h.m eirfM rUilitr- I tol.l biin | had b t a bawl he ??ked me * iat kiU't it waa, I f>td him a >..??< te shawl; be a. kM am bow ma bit , I said fifteen rt ilsfs, u.id h.m it might t? (/n t>.e Hi' kin Ha-h, ttrt i>AA tiirrn lo Wt nw go arsl flr d ii, v? gr- th< myites U^y went aod i? ft tw., Ut jn.ard :ne I a-ke I th. man on the boat what ti?e BkU.e of K WW. I e aai-1 H waa U?e "Koi;- | Wrn, tftteith* la ' I ?aj , saw two men ljin<r <w th?- <> k lo k.d r V. -e If | cm* aee aajUTv eU,Vw tw ?.r,t s?,?r. walking -ip by the wtmd ptle rA, ?f U.. n. ?>nt >i,U. a >alt btes k aod Uke other ?jkH ?, tie w.Arf p ,? 1 naked >..? to b*ip rae, bf ref-.*<l I WM t \ ws of 1 tbe aUa.g'4 m, ,64 -hawi , H- 1 ??1 to tbe wia*I a id jalnpe .> rsff Urn. 4 <| If a I (!? ' lo gat Ut lb. K -a all ail.. . ? , ?**> , taiatraru- I 'Wd ??<. U n , ni e,i - *m. l a ?Mi t^-k, .aw a atea p^U.ag wwd ta I4r Art, I I aekad fctai to aheer one the road: heuUnbte ??? mde of the block and then ASSf? ?"f 1 <"* ** *w ftw ort f.ttow* coming after dm. mmm wHh tht* uLe? ?OdMiMwiUi U*u coato off: wwinp^SZ taw fraUemoo vd aaked 4w kf UM7??Sta? kiadvT^w t?Ukeia#i# ? *** tte/tooTtaS of me v T ihVm,: *"* ???>? ?*< ?"*> fWtaw cuu> ck. e>\ "* *"d mm *aid l? Ue% "Boy*, yoo *? ?"?* ?*d M thfcflM alone, or yo d ?**" attended to," and Iter tai tow aula Hyrncune; net tlirMUBfn.wW Unonna tat their hand*. they topped and /ootod at ?K mK nlaup k little further sod met 4*fc#4wti and ta h*lio.?d c ut "Hallo there, Hickory Un*h;" I had a* aba* t over my head and my few oorMNl op *0 tap face and eye* were bln. k; be could not KW BT 0MBS I *ald nothing to inn; I did not mm deraoMl ugaw until afternoon, about half past one, M taa towpath with a crowd of men; never aaw any oflta n c" wfon that uight; defendant in one of them; Ik the aftercocn one n an came to the boat and wanted n.e to go on bin lx at; I went or ronin up thin way ?? ate if I could And t'aptain Wilhnmn; found hi a aaf rn-ki d him to no Mini get my thing* ; lie refuned; 1 then thought I would go for an officer; ronndeMt a r went nnd I nicked out two of the mea, aaf I'M Hip* arreMod them; I told him thore wo* arytter Dsari aittlng on a Iward ?>y a mill. ltyaa aim held for trial , and gave }4, 003 hal tar hu appearaace at court to take hi* trial. Tfcr Dane* and tit* W?, TO TDK EDITOR OF TUK IIKHAt.O. I'ennit ?ue, in reference to your article tbw mora ing, on Denmark ami the Houud dm-*, a* n native ?f that country , reapi-ct/ully to offer a few remark* In the flr?t place, 1 agree altogdfcier with jnm that the action which the United State* have taken un* lation to the aboliahment of the Hound due*? a right which mveral of tlic great t'ower* of Kurope bat* granted to Denmark by treatie*, and of which the United State* pay m> trilling a part? -U one tinw?? tby mo great a nation; and I take tin* opportunity !? lender you my *inierr*t thank* for the tu inner la which you have ?poken In favor of m.v li?t>?* cuo*> try. Whether It i* ju*t or not that Denmark *lt xdf levy th<?? due*, I cannot nay; hut the (Juiio-i .-t tUa xhi'uld either leave it to aome more Interrdcd Power to niakr the complaint, or at lea*t await a more It ting period to bring forth ita demand. lint I cannot agree with you In your opinion abort the " dcHpuruteiy tight pbu-c " in which Denmark ta plMced utuicr tin- prcm-nt clrcumetaneea. You *op that the I)ane<t aiv " natnrally inrline<l to loin Hun t-in in the war." Tlii* nuM-rtion I mont t uiphatb-uMf deny The treicherou* |?>licy of Uie t'aar I* ta* well known to tin- ham-di |M<opl<>; wh.it favor* hn niay have ahown them at din< ri-nt period^, lie cer tainly intend* to have repaid wlietu-ver tin- th.iaoe oftiera. Itut even if tlii* w?? not the r??. the ltanen ptH-aena to<> lilierul a ?j?iril to have an> nym patliieH with a country degra<le<l by all the vice* of absolute dwpotiHni. The aver?i?n t* wnrdu Ituwia h** lieen plainly proved by the overwhelming majority with which the pre<?-iit m! nl -try gained the victory over Uip (Indian minded udvinri-* of the King, and It wa* wlille they were In office that the diini-ultie* an?e lietween AdmM Kapler and the Danlali government. It l*. of cimn% the tnw poliov (4 iH-uiuaik, a* of any otlier cmntay iilared in u ?? tuilar position, to retiiain neutral *e ng a? |?H~?il,le; bflt'certaln it I* thut the !>* I nation will never, under any clrciim*tafl(-?*, Willi mg h tend a hand to a-#i*t the plan* of the liu^Maa Kni|ier<'>r. At tlie >ame lime, I do not intend to nay tlmt anv particularly friendly fa-ling* toward- the allien hliouhl Induce ItctiinarL to Join tlcKB. TW !?< mbiirdtnent of t nia nlingi n anil tlie takinx of the l?ai/ic(i Heet by Kngland, under the iiie.innigh a pre text at preventing It* l*ing taken iiy I'ranee, i* a w< u rial which 1m- not yet ht>.il<>d, and may opea aguin and deniMid revenge. Itut " d >wn with de* |n linn" being tlie war cry of the allic*, tin* l>aaa^ who poi-M oa m lit* nil a eoriftitution tii.it few r?ma trU?> in Kut->|? < an Ixn it ol ,i nion liberal one, na tutally tlx Til ? e in tbeir favor. i luuat la g your pardon for thn? Irugtliily intrei ing uiMiri your time and *|>aie; but it i* M-Utmi that little I >t urii.uk 1* made a >*ibjri t of di*r4a? kion, I roriMiler it my duty to correet any miaundar' i alanding* I tint might injure the rr|iutatjon of e 1 country which law alway* merited the estiva a I other nation* l>y the bravery un<l patrioti <a db? plnved in time- of wnr, and tin ra-ai with which arte : ar >i wiener* have lieeti proU-eted in time* of peeee. Nl.W Yokk, Augu-I S, lK'd>. C T. V. ' \Y(gf? of Klral ( Iwm Klrriiirn In litr Mrrrk* llir (JortmmrMl. to rut riitoi or thi iii'uii.n. Belli ft h ronata&t reader of jonr f>i|ier, I hartal nu^* found jou an udv?x ?t?- for the working!)**'* J ri irhln. 1 will, therefore, thank you to rin alete Unbt ' few line* tlirouxfl the medium of your peper. I have been, lor M-veml )nim, engaged lu Ui?* aor rice of ttw government m ? flnrt rlaaa Brrmmm. on whi' It a< < omit I urn entitled to rank m ? offl< ft. Now, *lr, all |*-it y oftl> try, wwn, ordinaqr w-atnen, landamen and (???)" w'^nil chum flirmea. ronl p?wn>, An., liavi- trot an i0'rn???e of warn**, iMt wi> h I.uh not lieen the < a?r with tlie firat r lam Ire turn. I Will endeetor now to let the puhllr kaow that then- lanoclaardf men in tin* aerrlre lirtUr entitled to extra |<ay than flrrt < laar flremeo. Ac cording to tlie art) r lea a lir-t < I iw* Itrrraan ta to rato a* third a^ i-tunt engineer. II r aMkrnrofti an e?*. minsilion it the liw ot Ma en 1 i*t rnr.it, by the rkMf engineer, aa to liU J ? r?-v totta arr*lc?n, f)u?i iflriU.ooa, i Ac , and if Mk ?niitllWii Iw i <nrwi "hip. And w?dl lliry imjiht to Le tliua pertu ular, ?? llrwt rU? flrr men have U> do all the work wnnrtked with thr m (tltirer departim nt: to flOBdert, diaconnri t. pa< k?g, und all other rrpnira, aa thr rnulnnrra wial k >rp tl etnrelvea i lean hi order to walk thr quarter i|e<-4. Kr. I ?peok from twenty yarn' r*|"ri??rr. W* will now *iijip"w a Mewin fn^atr til (?? r?a'iy for are, I her offt. er? and < rt w an all on t?n?rd. Now. I have ku< wn it rew-ral tinr* t. I<r the iw tliat our half n 4 tbrae engineer* hatr nr- rr t? *a U<oir attJ have r*i m-a nprrlfti'MUl yH it ia llir duly uf , third ?"?' UnU in portb ? lar u? atleml to Mrmiu ami i wittrr. Uith. it nin*t )< :idrii><Ud. frft .UniCMxia ebm?nt? H it m?t< >/I oi taki'ip < luryi of what tin) arc ai#|*wifrd to, they nf nui ah> to Uko <har|tr of tw m^l???, tiir irfretrr j??rU?i?i U- rig imrm of l?.t n<> . I'iret?ia<" ftman lta?r to perfonii tlik^ duty, wt icii otlt<-r? ?r> paid for. l?.t iinuuaiiAr?l to d>.< and all rrapntisiWIHy on thr fir-' ?I.I* flftl/tri of 'In- *atr)|,ir any hnak doe? or otl? r a" iiU nt ahoold or< nr. If tin ifi/* '-rnrnref Would wi -|i U# m <itf On m 'if flM i U a * n?tt of uprrlrrK*, lh?y would rai?^ our pay to pre pqftioa to th.it hi "th? r jirtty oft ?r>, or, il the ?w!nr imi tl.r merrlMM alti|ai They would ti>en ?l*?s? iti*? <m hood turn pra'U m and n|?miiii,( which, on man> ?? a* iu?, woul4 , not only ' a . ? -e^ f?f \>> tic- fiwrmrnt ia fwd ? and mill r *(> M, 1/ t rmirht tw thr mi ?ur of Ihr 4 ir iii? of lifi and Milili pr?i?rrty. i Hi:* TNI, Aujf. 4. i d. (>MMI HmMT. Tnr i'm a at I'oht*noi"tii. Tlir i-orrrnpood^rt f,f thr Jvter-I'irij writing fr-nj l'?fta ' mouth, Va., ?ri T ?<Uy, ??> a tlw f<-T??, in*t<ed of alaiioir, I* '>n lin imni* mc) thr population U Briny In rrtrr dim Uon Tin arlVt add* ? Th<- roontry arvaiod In m-tj Alr~tfin U fllird I With prtwm* th it hat' fl'-d fr in lb* tfrrloii- aruurgr, wl.ll< huii<:r< d ai d ln.'idr"' '? IfuepinM, lin.u. .rwl, !'? trr-l.< rt, lieltlio r?. Into thr ami L tain* of Vlrritiia at tli< v?H w?t< rtnn rda- ?* to North I'orJlne. and if*l"d t.rfjwtnrr th*l wtil afford thr'i a rrhgr Tlr f itowInK deeUta hove >. . Ifr. ^ f/i / f rt ?t,i b wa* up to P?t i day ntirht W?. In ran Wrv il'iid, trlfc of John llffiM. d?raed -ot l/i mr iaat rrport I'alrVk l.aillrw. Aim loftuoe. If re- Mary (Vwkr. Ah- sender < <od Wife, Mr* HJaiaMkt '<'"lwtn. (The?e oreU^We i of a family < f tw?|re, nrery on* of whom lioer lewo i?i pt oft with thr fnrr during the |i^t two wn fca.) Mra Martin iUW-rty, a io<?t rirriUnt wi/omo, John Mtei.if ?o. o y<uU>. mm ol 1. H. Hhanmw. Mea Ha!?r? ?r? I'aiiWl h?iUi?a<i, U >- - < i II. IUM A' h. e? of Wtniom \ ?h J'.hn K. i ? irewtri/Mtlent ynoao uofe. afe>l ' AoUin ? 'i?/l ao I'aid the (J. K. Khlp iVnmjIveaie Na-i ry Hltg*. o ?d*Vrr inlaw of lie**!- Mar?h*.l. d" ?er<f Noo? OiarWe. -?n f T. S?> \ ?? f *<'? lirtek ley tiMMdrro, Mrm. Ay ier, a widow ie?l; Mlaa Itrowa. 0 yowm d*u?ht< r of Wrn. M Hrowo ?hl|> > arp^wt**, making in all 70 wlrtrfc. add?d u> U*>~ re-pert# d. oomt?rri>?. The wrltrr furthrr <ey*'hr a?-/-wr,U frOto N^rfafV ? are aejthle* ff t rv? .nfu*. A <W,*Uh l? th* lliktnond hrt^.hk. -Utr-d ; Fof^fewilli, Twlay , ??) ? Th? f'\'t t? rvflnt hrre WrHtdr. wHh a frarfti Uwr?e"?-- I o? U?? 14 ii ?ir? tkUop yr w r^f UWfe w?r? 14 new roeea aad nt fee drellw h?i -4 thr d'*lhr werratthr Naval llr?(itt?l, J. N H?ImoI ' ftrid, ' "ha I ran a of U?r Honltery t '?i,atfiw i. <tr?4 Kr- A'ri. <rf?lwia, thr ie?4 uf tlx faiel'y, ih-?l yr? Urday. T' - r< ? '-rt? U'fn Vof'i'lk a>< ir 'j ><ar wieff , a wr.|? 'tw-r ?ae-?d Miir- H.<?-'iwir iii I* Of >Im lit- Ihifmtrk, lur |<4 I) Ui )?!"? Mir la kh kU>*r, i??ib t ww , b a 44, l.r* tl,- r ? > Ur prj. rf-w <?l t ? r> mli ?4 afe mm ei.hlifefrw IU ' . I ?* TV ?? wie f? *rt r^iw-r . ??> ife, f?.> i / i?- a ??'dfr.rr-rj < <?? ? oi ?h<eri w r* ' ?