Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 20, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 20, 1855 Page 1
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THE NEW MORNING YORK HERALD. EDITION-MONDAY, AUGUST ?0, 1855. PRICE TWO CENTS. WILL SEBASTOPOL BE TAKES? The Russian View of the juration. We translate the following interesting article from a recent number of the Invalid t Iiutse, the organ of the Russian government. It has attracted much attent.uu in Europe: ? Will Hebastopol be token? Such is the question which, for the hurt nine month*, the whole world has been asking diplomats an well as merchants, and which id repeated by millions of families whose fathers or sons have been carried off to die on land and on sea, before and within the walls of this city " Sebastopol will be taken," way the allies, for other wise would the Beige be continued with so much obstinacy. " Sebastopol will not be taken," answer the Ituswans, convincedly. " The moment of taking it 1st-* not jet come," cry out the beseigers. " The possibility of taking it is past," reply the befeiged. Sebastopol might have been taken in the first days of (he appearance of the Anglo-French beside the city, when a simple wall of circumference, whose salient angles were protected only by bastions of a weak profile, formed its sole defence ? when within that inclosure was contaiued a scanty garrison, composed principally of seamen who had sunk their vessels at the entry of the bay to intercept its pas sage, ami who found themselves, with their gnns, placed upon the nuuparts of fortifications in a sphere of action eutirely new to them; when, in conse quence ot the suddenness of that event, and of the great celerity with which the preparation for the defence had to be made, there could not liave ex isted either order or unity in the defence of a line of several thousand yards. Certuuily there could have been qo doubt of the intrepid courage of those defenders, still animated by their lecent victory of Sinope, and who were lighting for their homes and their families; but is it probable that these few thousand braves would have been able to maintain themselves behind a weak en closure. not even then provided with a fosse, against a combined attack made by numerous and well dis ciplined troops, if, instead of opening trenches at eight hundred fathoms from the shadow of n for tress, the allies had marched to the assault the first day, or the day after their installation on the south ern side of Sebastopol? The sailors of the Black Sea would have had no other alternative than death, an alternative which from first to last they would have adopted, on the ruins of their native city. Hut still Sebastopol would inevitably have been taken. On the other haud, alter the allies reinaiujng some days ? fatal ones for them? in inaction, the possi bility of taking Sebastopol disappeared. Within these five to seven days immense entrench ments were raised, as it were, by enchantment, on ill the weaker portions of the line of defence, and hnndicds of guns appeared with their large muzzles at each of the embrasures. From this moment, while the enemy was still at a great distance front the city, the defences of Sebastopol grew visibly en larged. and the conviction of the besieged that they could not be forced to surrender the city was still more strengthened. And thus Sebastopol became on the land side, as the allies themselves said, "one of the strongest places in the world." " Will Rebastopol then be taken ?" It is difficult to prejudge the future; tim'j will answer the ques tion, for sometimes circumstances which escape human foresight give things such an uulookcd for torn, that the best calculations disappear with the rapidity of smoke. We will not, therefore, stop to decide the question in advance, but we will expose to the reader all the data which may enable him to draw his own conclusion. The European Journals have recalled these words Of Napoleon L, that " fortresses are made to be taken." That may be tree, but only when the for tress is built with the object of arresting, for a longer or shorter time, and with a small garrison, Jihe odvnnt es of considerable forces of the enemy <m their line of operations. Then, shut in on all sides byttie investment and the attack, deprived of re inforcement* and of the meansof being provisioned, decimated day and night by a murderous fire, the garrison must necessarily, alter the destruction of Uieir defensive works, either surrender or porish in defending the breach an t the interior intrenchments, under the bayonets of the beseiging force, greater .?n nnmber. But Sevastopol is only a milittry port for the Black Sea fleet, defended on the side of the sen hv forts, mutually commanding each other, and defend ing the entry of the bay <?n the land side, where the eventuality of an attack had never been fore seen, Kebaatop'ol was provided with only a weak de fence, which by the force of circumstances, and in the very *ight or the enemy, was suddenly changed into an improvised fortri-se, or rather into a fortified position. Owing to it* very structure, that fortress could not be, and in ftict has not bees surrounded with foitiflrati - no, except on the southeast side alone; on the northwest fide it ha* remained open for the Arrival of ivinforcemenw, ot provisions and of miini tions of war. It therelore. form", so to speak, an exception among all the fortresses of the world, on account of its inexhaustible material resources of de fence. It is, in fact, quit" ua easy for it to replace in one night a hundred (Demounted gun* a-i t:> ex change .'>0,000 men of the garrison by fresh troops. On the line of commanication with Russia, by Fere fcop, there are strong detachments from Eupatoria to Ferekop. so disposed as to be able in a short time to -joncentrate themselves as a strong army on no mat ter what point. And even thongh the allies had forces twice aa considerable a a those which they can now bring into the field, it ia to be doubted whether they could succeed in cutting off these cummimica tiona, because, everywhere the cre*ti of the moun tains along the shore would permit even small de tachments to oppose woeesafally jrreat masse* ?obliged to derile in the plain of Uv Crimea by small roads und between lak* Such are the importance an<l the jsisltion of ? ftebMtopot. Let na now examine the respective forces and means of the two parties with refer er.ee to the attack and defence of tni-< poin: . Let us com n&e.ncc by the side of the -m. The laimbsnlment of S.-bant-opoI of the >th and nth October, in which the Anglo-French fleet threwJ its many as 150,000 projectile*, -hows pLi inly that! that in.meuse fleet ot the two maritime powers and of Tui key, cannot of them* hes sie/.< n well-defended ? lace, nor even take an active part in its reduction: at that it must cont*i?t rtself with blockading the roadstead. transporting provision* and munitions, J and attacking the defencef?**? cosjrts of the Black ^eaand the Sea of Azoff. On the side of the Rus sians, on the other band, the ressei', though few in number, facilitate communications in the bay, and *ucc***fi,i)y sustain the dofencc of the left portion of the cit\ ; and, what is *<ill more important, they offer at need skillful artillerists? ommauders poie main# skill and coolness ? others used to combat, and a great quantity of' iron* of large calibre. On the contrary, the allied fhet can give no assistance to thi besiegers: it remain." iu open set, and cannot 'jperste a disarmament, Afl< r lianng examined the position of Sebastonol . and of the allies on the sec siile, let ua printed to alanine their respective position* on the Und side. HM as even admit that the numerical force of l*>th parte* u equal. Hut are th?> moral forces so. t<*> .' The ?sToilibrium of moral force is a very im portant element towards the success of military action-. The allied camp is ooni|>osed of hete rogeneous m.uwee, united among themselves ? eiiay l>y the force of will of tie chiefs in command, awi, consequently. they form oulv a teni|>or?ry and apparent unity, lint t'N ><? mass>* are not animated by a common idea, a common ?<'ntioi> lit and a com mon interest. Thin army which ha" supported the horrors ol a winter which knows well for what and for whom it ha.- suffered these misfortunes, which knows h?iw to r .ison, id which do?-a, in fict, reason, says to it-ell that it has come to die on the rocks ot the Crimea, forsake of an abstract end which it cannot comprehend, and so it i? only by the sentiment of duty ar.d of military honor that these armies fight eonraireocudy. The Russians on th-- contrary are profoundly >mi mated b* a single and common sentiment -their love for their sovereign, and their f aith in th.it re Uglew* em Wem . the rr?>-. which precedes theoi to the fight. It is. U-rides. their native soil wbicli is trampled on by the enemy, and to drive them fr?>n it, thev resolutely confront all th" dangers of death. It is not an army like th.it, that can be frightened hy a lioinliatdmcnt, mid that can be forced t > sur render. Has the Ixiiuliardment. which ommeneed on the %tk of Man hand continued eight .lays and ? i?ht nights, during which -AO picos of artillery thuu dered a ga uixt Nebast"p"l, lowered the courage of its defenders' M s it destroyed its for tifications? Have they not appeared. fortifica tions and defenders, some days afterwards, Wronger than ever? The Russians wbo^ aie fighting in the Crimea are the same of whom Nip - I eon tlie First said, after the battle of I'miisitch #??!??, \k<i Bvr.im ?vl4 cc i- pnrtioi'H. 'va v"%i ble In adversity? the day after a defeat he is as firm as the day after u victory." It miwt l? also taken into consideration that the Hessian arn y under the walls of Sebastopol baa been able to endure much more easily the tati^uen of a winter campaign, on account or its being for the most pait cantoned in houses, and because on account ot these vei-y futignes it wan particularly well cared for; ho that, notwithstanding his grievous toils, the soldier is foand in better condition than in time of peace. But let us suppose even that the numerical and moral forces are equal on both sides. The advantages are also, therefore, in this point of view perfectly equal. , , . , 1 et us now examine the works of defence and those of attack. On both aides they have devoted themselves thereto with the like ml. The affairs ot the 13th (25th) October, and ot the 21th October (5th Noven ber). have stopped the progress of the sitae works in torcing the assailant to cover bin rear by a line of counter vallation- by fortifying hia iwsitton on the aide of Balaklava and of Kadykoi, and by continuing the right Hank of his trenches towards the point of the bay aa far a* Mount Sa pmiu. In the meantime, the Russian* concluded their worka on the whole line of defence, Mi that when the enemy recommenced hia approaches, the besieged is found in the condi tion of I -ting able to conduct counter approaches himself? to construct lodgments, and to advance hia fortifications to about halt cannon distance from the battel ies of the assailant. From that moment it may be said that the siege entered iuto its third phase, which continues up to the present. The besieger advances with perseverance and energy, paying for every inch of ground by waves of blcod. ofttn carrying by assault the same point seve ral times in succession, because the Russians, in their sorties, succeed in destroying his approaches, i At the same time, the besieged, after having stop ped almost entirely bis works of counter approach and bis exterior works, with which he has some time* succeeded in covering his left flank, has now limited himself to the reinforcing liia fortifications as much as possible, by the deepening of his fosses and of his approaches, by the construction of blinds, of new butteries, of mtienchments, and of other works, which will have for result to render less in jurious than in the past the effects of the bombard ment, and of increasing much more the defences ot the city. In proportion aa tho advance is made, the defensive line of the Russians takes a character which is more and more assuring, so that at every step forward which the besieger makes, he must in cur much more losses and the besieged comparative uTxw observe here that all these prodigious de fences, which our enemies themselves cannot but ad mire, are executed by our infantry, which has shown itself to be the worthy rival of the heroes of Huwar roil'. Our troops travelled in autumn, for eleven con secutive days, fifty versts per day, (XI Knglish miles.) and arrived at Nebastopol the 12th (24th) October, ni'd on the 23d October (3d November) thev rought like lions; weie then able to surround Sebastopol with fortifications; and to the present time they form the principal support of our brave seamen, who di rect the defence of some of our fortifications. The cavalry has also acted with success everywhere that thev had un opportunity, and the artillery is begin ning to tike an active part in tho murderous ren contres which have taken place near our line of defence. , The last and third bombardment has opened a new . field to the action of our artillery, by the diminution of distnuces; but at Sebastoj>ol,tlie number of pieces and their calibre, are, as n general thing, more con siderable than those of the besieger. His mining operations have had only a very unimportant influ ence, the subterranean war being hitherto limited on his side to Mime shafts whicn he can rarely hold. Now. the works of the two opposing parties are al moKt in contact iu fw:c of th<; Imttodcrt. ^ Lieu ot the two shall succeed V , _ , l,et us admit, for example, that the Russians will not act against the enemy's line of counter vallation: let ua even udmit that the weakest artillery, ingeni ously concentrated, may succeed, although with leas extensive butyric-!, ia etteocil* the strongest, in oTXWiting a breach in the principal rampart, and even in crowning it. What conies atterwurds . A series of entrenchments, not less strongly armed, will present, one after the other, obstacles quite as difficult to overcome : and there, also, the beseiger will find himself in face of honses converted into barricades, and in the ceutre of tho concentrated fire from the interior batteries of the city. Let us admit, also, that tho allies?according to the military axiom of Napoleon the First, that sol diers are only the ciphers which are to rc-olve the problem, and that success justifies all losses? will not take into consideration the sacrifices of men which this attempt will cost them, and that conse quently they advance resolutely into the cit.v and suc ceed iu surmounting all the obstacles which art will have opposed to them during the space of six months. Hut behind the rampart of Senastopol they will meet an army of from 40,000 to 50,000 bayonets. The aflsiirs on the nights of the 11th, 12th, (23d, 24th) February, of the defence of the redoubt ot be linguinsk ayainst much superior forces; that of the 10th and 22d March, betore the lunette ot Kam chatka, and the repulsed assault of the t.tli (l*th) Jane may, serve as a measure to decide who will succeed iu a hand-to-hand encounter. And if, on another hand, the Russians, during Hie assault should come to present themselves in more or less considerable torre on the rear of the allies line or ( OUDter vullalion, which he* over extent of ten ver>ts, (8J miles,) and should succeed in pene trating on anv point whatever ? what then * * let us not forget. also, that the city is divided by the southern b?> Into two parts, and that each of them presents a separate fortress, surrounded by bas tioned fronts, and on the right flank by batteries sta tioned on the left bank of the southern hay. as well ss on tlv- northwest slope of the Malakon height, which commands all the northern side of the mountain, on which the city extends in the shape of an amphitheatre. A triple tire, crossing from three side*, from the line which terminates in Fort. St. l'aul, from the shit*, and from the batteries which snrround tbe southern extremity of tbe northern part of the city, would thunder upon the enem) . even after he had made himself muster of a portion of the city, and would prevent him from remaining there, whilst the flrunx of thcM fortn, ai)?l 01 the whole lor titled shore line of the western part ol the promon tory would prevent the allied licet from penetrating into the bay and cannonading th?- two other por tions of Pebastopol. The occupation of the eastern part of the city would demand new and murderous efforts and much wa-te of time. In tine, on the northern side, tbe promontory, surrontded on al side* by water, and all around by lotteries armed with several hundred jnins, wlih It-, citadel in the nutre-nnd the northern tort having a quite tree | comrrnnicntion with Ku-*ia. present also ft new > de fence Such are the visible ir.ei.ns of defending 1-el.astopol to the la-t -tone, and stirel) it cannot s: donbted that every stone, will Is defended with the grectest tenacity and the mist complete self-denial. Brooklyn City Srw?. Lorim l'r.? Chptaln Smith, <f tfc? I irit' Hi tikt poller, locked up tb? ? mj'n' ? h? 'longing to cuirm nlr* Vox. ;i aod 4, cm Saturday, by order* ol the Mayor, ll.!' ? ? mpanli1* are eh irgi*l witn le Ir.g di- ;r<!erly whil? running to ? Arc ? a Wrdnraday uf: 0. The matter j will iiiT< at a ? pei-lal m* ting < i the Oimiaoa t I oan< il Co Morniay uiirht i A (VwiDiMi i> T ?r M?rcuY Onto:.- A rmiin eoaplr, pi, nil h'atauel I a?iea and Ao.r|i.i I'. "ritangb, ialli>d at the Vfujror ? oftrt* on Saturday, kikI re'|U<?t*l to !>?? mar Hid. Jualite Wraith waa 'frit lor. and tin* r*rrn>ony waa <luly ;*r.'tiuj"l !d pn ? n ? ? thr Muyitt and a (lumber of p.ilieeaien. Alii-: U>? kw t tietl, tl.c happy ? niipli li'illfcc rex in the groom iavltiag the > nin|4ii j to ? n? fb boring lager bier ??k<oti. How ma?j m-caj ?.??! the InVilatU d, we ?i m not inionriid. J vh li? ATvv? Tl>*- police ? ! II. c W.?l?rn <li -t rlrt of Hri "L I jro miide tweHe .1 r i ? - 1 - for iaWixii'Htion on -I*tn r day nitfl.t? h' mg ? eon?i<5i rnbb- dacre*? .in tli? prw\U>u* Saturday night. Moi-mutt ? Tha whole nnml? r "t deutha ' .r tli* *<~-k mlmg An(ru?t 1* were tiiS of Whi'h Wert malm 75, ami ferinilre '4) 01 thi? number 11 wrr" adult' and 107 ni Bt ra. lb' priMipal <an??a of drafb were cholera ? n'.n'ujii and nurwaiK. ri-ea-i '"i?ualiy. 1 chole ra ioLintum ;.l rbolera m< 1 ? nngeatlou ??!' brain, j ; run?umptl'B 5 c nTuUI'it* ft; r -'ip ft debility, 4. 1 dl.irrh'i 1 * trO|?) iu bend ;i 't wo tv, ft. Tynipeln. 1 blH< u?. I urarbt li'?er *1 n-noti- !? ? ?-r, 4 h""|.ing rough t ln(1ainm;itn n if bra n riflammati'ni o Ik ?rl I ml!:iinui?ti' 11 cf ll?ei inflammation 01 h.rg?. o maro?inoa 14 ni?aile? I iiri-niatur" birth 4 ? priii' 4 4'IIIbur*, 4. t4M-? ii iBfF . ?> ii'""- mi ui??'-?lni? | 1? Total lift. (onm n' Ini|Oea??. | (nil J jiinvo? l'or"Ui r O'l'naaeli ie!i| an I iu^uoet iseierday. at No. ;4"?k ?tr<i t, upon tli" t-nijrwf ?t li"j . thirteen yram of a(j?- nam?-il Itea ' 1 ii. .-hulien la? who w?t< '"Uiid I'pwne l at pi' f N' 0 ?t rlrer. I hi -ii 1 1'alO ila|l'ari" ?ta rti'd frotn In- renl^ni-i 1 | tew day* ago for ti< parjyua of rat r blag M>n>e fiah ?l ihw df ' w- nat f?U?A in return 10 hi- Iwan* N othtag ?a? I Heai't of Ii m uutli yentatday, when In* ly ??? ti?ew ; ?eri d lli?tiag In th? wateT at til" Ik ?? 1 la ? Ihi jurj i ia thii* "aur rnde red a eer'lb t a*? idrntai dr*rwaing. A" i-??.T*tiT I'?i ?Mti ? A rhild ?<? r>-ir? 'if ag? iitiinr d Ulea \ aneniirg re^i'lmg wn J 4 l?rg?- at the j 1 ot of I er'.T atr^i, ??? a, ? id' at ill 1 I ' * ni I nit -ator ? ? ' ? ren. rig Sy fall ?g overbi t .'?! ? Ii '** rpping frota th | ?' ' 'II* ''I C tl ? dy of till' lY'mid wa? r'-rri' er i yi>-ti" ',?* ?hen an w-i - lietl Wy ('orr>?? ! V'i ^ - ,?|J Bill "vie ? Obituary. HON. ABBOTT LAWkUfCK, OF MAfS ACHPHKTT*. W<* rwtirtd, ?B "aturrtay, the announcement of the death of Ablwtt I-nwrence, the dlatinguixhnl Boatan merchant and politician. which took place at bin re?i deoce, I'ark atreet, in th*t crty, nn that day at ?4eveti o'clock A. M. Mr. l-awrence haa t?Bg be?-n *uWer(ng from n chronic diaerihe of the ttomach which, >1 hi* age (KM alwuyx liafllea the xkill of physician-* One of the Boaton pupera, in announcing hi* death *ay* The melancholy duty devolve* upon u* U> (lar of announcing toour ri adi in ih? death (if the Honorable AM?itt Lawrence. A a I.uarter f ai-t eleven o'clock Hit* morning, at (he ace of ulrty twujear* and eight month*. After a Hntrrr nnd pMfMtM U In ? 'Km, >lif vplrtt of thin valued ami exrellcnt man paaacd manfully frrm tin mortal Iraun , mid wum enfolded In thn Vim m ol lu ton)., r Everytbloi that the knowledge and *kll of inau could devlw had been (Uine tur hi* recovery, U<i death had marked him for hi* vh-thn, and human aid wax un availing. lor aeveral day* |n1or to hi* death h? ?aa In a ron mdtml le decree tree from pain, and during tha twenty tour hours Immediate!) preceding hU duccaae waa wholy onuuu nriou> ol what transpired i.miuuI him? Id* life xradiuill) wear ti.p away before (he iuroail* of dlaraae. HI* U.n Hulferlng* were alleviated, nnd bin laal hour* brightened by all tiiat the fcndert mlleliudr could * u g C eat, and hi* iiylui; pillow waa mtmithi d by tlie hands ol alleetlun and lore. Mr. lawrmcfi waa n man of mark ? a perfect type of Angl" Ntxou enterprise, induiitry, perseverance and lilie raiity. lie lielonged to the achool ofaclf uuole meu, and like tieorge Ijiw, Corneliu* Vauderb4l, and other 'tiatin gnUhed Americana, he wan hi* own HchnoimnHter and the architect of bia own fortnnee. Hi* political life wan not di*tingui*lie<l for any brilliant achievements, either a* a Senator or an a diplomat. In (iingrepa he Npoke little, hut always to the point and the plain facta ot the ease. lie wan it t4!i'>qF3rfflTe7 "^dgli tariff, dy?d-in-th?-wool flay ami Webater whig. Abbott l-aw reuce was burn in (Irotou, Ma sachusetts, on the fifteenth ol December, 1782. He was the third of fhc -on*. Hi* father was a poor farmer, uixl wns unable to give his children anything mure than tlu> winter attendance at the town Kcbool, it privilege which in given to every child < f New K-ngbutd, without money and without price. The elder brother, Mr. Andrew I?wren<e, left home early in life ; and hi* father, by inort^a^iii^c bin fillip^ raided one thousand dollar*, which wai in* \e?tefl*h? aMNW of dry goods for Amofl, who established himself in tor nh ill , doing a aafa buMUiv-.-i in a small way. Abbott left (irotcn when he was sixteen, and nerved be liind hi* brother's counter during the year-. When he attained Id:- majority, himself and hi* brother William were taken in i?rtner*hip with Anion ? thus forming the foundation of the famous honae of A. & A. Lawrence U Co. The brother* coon became wholesale dealer*, and then importer*, and Mr. Abbott Lawrence inado several Toyage* abroad ; and these adventurer alway* turned out well for the house, in 181B he married Katluirine, the elde*t daughter ol Timothy Iligelow, a distinguished lawyer and politician of Mw fihuactt*. Kive ion* and daughter* were the issue of this marriage, one of whom Mr. Timothy B. I-awrence, i* now attached to the f'nited states Legation at I.omlon. Th". Brothers 1 Jiwrence continued to prosper. The Vuiff of 1825 *ai ron' idcred as a god-send tor the North, ?nd it certainly gave a great impetus to American manu factures. Mr. Ijkwrence an<l his brother were among the tnrliest mover- in building I.owell and other manufactur ing place-, and after some year* (in 1810; they chung<ed their business from importing to connui siou merchant*. Mr. I aWrence was a di legate to the (ieneral Couvoatl in of Agriculturists and Manufacturers, held at Harri?b?rg, I cmr ylvanla, In the Rummer (?> ulv iJO) ot 1HU7. Mi . Abbott I awreuce early identified himself with the whig |<arty. His first public office win Hint of a Common ( ouncilman of lioston, to which b'- wa* elect? 1 in HUM). In lf-'M he wns elected to Cungres *, and wan a number ol the Ccjsinlttve of Ways and Means, lio did uot often en gage in debate. ? >f his specchM made duiiug this Con greas. probably the bent one delivered January 11, 1&>7. <>n a profiosition to reducc the revenue of the Ccit' d State* to the wants ot the govarwneut. It was in trferencftto this *|wh that the Hon. Thomas Corwin aid' ? ? My friend from ilastAchusetts (Mr. Ijiwrence) who addressed you with so much force and clearness yes leiiiay, ha* Irft nothing to Ik- said on any ol theae topic* .- ir, the result* <?! that gentleman's ?? -tual exporten< e nlw;i?s *id> i| by the prompting* of a g""?l heart, are with me Ixftter authority <>u auch subjects than .<. thousand <|U?rto? filled with the *|>oculatii<ri* 4 closeted rcono mists." Mr. I flwrcnw declined a re-election. (>ti hi ? n turn to Boston ?il tii*' clone of < ongre*N, many <?f hi* fallow cltl* ven? dewirouw of extending to him iU> uie their own woida) k a ?I*ght indication uf their |>eraonul esteem nn<l ol their uem ?'t lil a public character 411! accordingly inxitcd him to j artake of a pit Mir dinner In a letter declining the mr?f.iti?B) Mr. Uwrencr the \ t* mine nt political <juc?tion* of the day, and ru relation to the annexation ofTexaa, which then tir-?t began to be agitated. ^aid: I/?t u- maintain th? constitution an wc received it frr.m our father#, and rf4*i*t irlteuipl at the acq u knit ion of territory to t** in))ahHe<i \>y alavea.*' A Ttcunrj havii g C4*enr*f?l 'n the u -hu^tt * f n gr<"->i< nai itelrfmtfou in ^(r. Jjiwr^nr*- wa- rlp^ n to fill if, and lie tn ok hb? M-a? I>erfmb? r 'J <>( the <.?me year. In the month ? f Marrh foliowing 1 1S40; he v?a.< M verely attacked with tha typhua fcrer, and for n time hi#, recovery w?* extrenw 2y douMlul. In ? on^-juen? *? ol thla nickne#*, Mr. I^iwrenre r???irjne?1 bin (?'?at, and thm terminated hi* C?>i>gr?*taiolial ^'rVirern. Mr. lawren^ m ver ulWtwed p?dttoa t?? inU?rfer" with hiit hueimwa. Il? a thorfiiigh mer? hanf, mi? ! ??rify udngltd in (^ditira a ^?I'oniiary af'a'r. Hi ?? pUitNott manners (t.tnh* >n?mi> Uie French rallit,) m-i !?? him a tfrtut !.<T<'rite with all jmrti^ at W<i*ihln^t^n. At the inauguration ??f ?.eurr;il Hnrrthim^ in 1H41 Mr. lawi' ?<??? wa? al ^aehingtou^ whetf iu* inrnUh^i a |>Wii* lor a Natu nat Ifank. aith ??. ??v?tai ot <j0o wnich wa^ n4'v? r act?*?l up<m. The n?'Xt year 1 1H4^) lw ni/ . j. j.oinfed by the Governor >4 >1 tsM?chuM*tta < ne of Ihr i t mmi *d?aer* to trvut with /><rd A hhurtstn a tli^ \orth-fa>tern boun?lary. I>urin^ the whole negotiation, vrLi? h took place im ntiianiet, Mr. lawn-nr** w;i ?t H'/i iuvton. He waa l*reaidenfc ??? a (on%**ntion held at Km neiiil l?ail ^aj?t ? mber 11, lM'i, to iv imu*>t? whig ?? am* rtHalefiit ih?' h^ttocy on iIk* j?art of Hu**<ju*hti < tta Il< u<*raM?* Henry ilay recei?e?i Ui?- n* mina ti?rr?. July 1, Mr lawreaco ?Oiiairkei in tiw *t?anH*r f'cKml a h r fji/Uin i, The uaat -lay the t? ?- ?1 w.ia wr?-eked on Hla? k l,'*dge, near Sal Uiao?l Nora S?oiLa . .Sen*' of the ? iiger* were U?-t though ?h< ?hlp went to piai^K. ihe loHoMin^ - an extract J ? to ? latter writ irn by Mr. litwrenre to -on at. th^t time ? ? I Uav only ti?>* to*iiythitl I m am iir? *er vi- n ? itrao' dlnary. ltfiiv ynrd- rith'-r i'ie, Tfth :i nv*>rafe ?.r?e74? wottWl < on#igne<1 tit ail to . w:?tery gra?e. through the uifr^r of (iwl *?? h.i re aii r ? n l.r Ing monument* ot HI- profiting ?ai-e. " Mr. ?a*r a-' did not allow thin ' 'erruption T<? aK? r ).i p;op.tHN| voyage, hut priK ? > ?i r.y ih# next > ten mar t?. ! v ; j a? iWtnrning in 1*4 Mr lawre??. ? w??rke<t hard for If m* Clay. * ho wa* hi* l*x ru idftt! <-f a tju -jiwi? \* iith'al ee^ nomiat. fl< wn- ?.n' r.f the M ??**? hu? 'U ?\> ?o the Whig NationaJ t'"nreotion b?-Kt in KaJtifnore. H. r 1, IM4. and ho w tv one of the eoui milt ? < ap| i*in*ol to inlorm Mr. flay <>t hla nomimitk*t> A<thougn ?n?* )*i evi dential nominnU* n wa<- mude hy ' ebimation. ? 111" -i.tti rulty w^?* experienced in electing a candidate for the M-coud e lour jK-i -on? wen* brought i??i?afi, ><ut #he eot*t? --it w mainly hetwt-en \fr. frellcghiiy^en ad y*. i avi*. ol Mit^-a/'htiaetta. Mr, Ijiwr?,nr** ndTf^f^d th?- < laimx ot the latter gentleijkaii Imf when the umjif r ity of the convention, on th? 'hir?! ?>a ii*-* wkd othe; wW, he 1 aioe forward, an?l in the nun*- 01 Ui** d*'Hntlvn frmn Mroa hii?<?tt? and tha "th- r ven K,t?$rUiJ>t ^la.te j#h *< J ged the friends of Mr. ! ?\ t?. th? -i i nd ii .'ed ? upj^?rt of th? *hig ticket ? ?n eiamiile which *na not imituted by other delfgati (. nader rery nimiL'. r^ u ,. ?tai,r*ea, loui y* hti lat?*r Mr. 1 aren?e >ixw of -if elertma at Itii'f for Mn. ->itrhu < ? t- In 1^41 n< he ot coui^e, in common wfth hi* toted r Hen'* t Wy In 1 H4A .M r l.?wr* n ?? t .ri? .1 Uk to?inde - .1 the new manuCUrt uiing town ot Lnaren e and w.i <>rx of the Jafg'*?it ? outrihntofa tovi itn ? -huwtr Al the Chlrs.go < "on* efithm in 1MT h? ?# J i,..r n<a? of a con?mitfi*e. '-"nei^tiog tw- t <n ? -u ? to giith* r ?t*fL-tir nn<l |!r"? fit th?*n. to t ? or ?*??. Ill 1WM Mr. law rere e w?? hins-'U a ]i<'*i n*iit .1 n<r date for til" ' fl?'e of \ tee I fit M - n . ? feKed, on th* fh-?t 'ali??t ??nly ? ? '< th.*'. v HUmor . Ih' liitter gent>n*ai e? # v*?i 11 .%<??? H I a\* renf e The matter xm U'??n rr?mprofa^'**l i?nd it wa* ?/ "I'd that Mr Fillmore ?nmiid hare rh? n"f.u/?*tH?n I- V 1 rtwir^nt, and M. f,awren^ ?|>? hi re ? ?/ ?* n y# ( nMnet, or a III -t elaa? m i -k ' Y'i* . - n* I ? '?

?!* ' HiOl thla fleHtfi i?o*l Mi \? -?*???? * . f 'n'e. Mtniaier to Krghind. He mited f?.r f^ i ?lon in )>' ?*i twinn ot 4W, and remained in th* !i* ha?>:?- of ri? i| i ?' 1' liul *'** until lie wa- an ?*xeer?lirigl? |ej, t M r, ? ter hi weahh an?l UUr.i t')* allotting hini ? 1- w ? the fifetidrrt atift* ? rat* of Knglan l in the ?|4#r d??r ? ' hi ent?tiaiiiment?. At h*?rn# he ??. 1 #1 > ? ?? < effttp of h? ing f rnewha f to*> fond of a ior?i ? a* f rvhahly mere riahimny. Mr. 1 awrerw ?. thotigf, ? n ? -? n ftnirefttly nattoval m.m. H* < .1 - 1 fhmetti*. and it t* an in* Uj ut.-i iv that h*? w? 4 ? ceie wofker f*?r wh#t tie ? on e *red the ?.? iofe - of the ?h?'le rountry. M? -a* h 1 et?a .i,*ri tirilliant than he. per hap?, might *tili lea nt* f ? ?? a f?' m hi* enevgvtie. p ei ?? xeHag f??trioti- iM? la the < arly pirt of <h' year M Im r- n a retten .f Je\!? r? to H? n Vim. <\ Mr f '? ;mi . b were ptiblt*h<4. In there letter* h? n- at* tt?- *%. that. h<* thought, wotiM afxvfi the 'jr.' 11 tb? udo^ti' n *>1 th r^T'Oii' tariff vt Mr U >ker ?? t h t vrof?"4; and he faitiniixriy et {o/th th< g n Imi Viigini^ w# uld derive, in hi* of inion f4#i .o* pr*-te< lire | olicyf if her great natural adranug* w r* j **h Hourly ?in4*i?t*wa| ami rmplayed. At ti* *1 -e 1 tha eool i?tt#r, Mr lawr'-n-' .aid . When I h*?v ti< . te to me?t y4m, wa ran di?eti-? all tlx ?? ?,'?e^?*. %.?t i^T nM only the pr* ?e*t condt<e n, tnif th ii fert* aad de?f?ot of oar klwal iat/>. f r . . V I*HG %. tit"'? ? a"2 ? rdrcngth and glory lain upholding nn<1 maintaining the I'nlun." Tbl?ia the language ?f tbo third letter: ''My iiflVrtionn for CMtt country are not boundi-d hy g?'>gru phical line*; nnrf whetlw I tiu<l mfidf in Maine or in (ieorgis, *t ill I inn an American 'Nitwit, protected In tin constitute n nod lu?w of on * ot I lie ?*?-< Inppy couiilrtiw np< n whirl) the xun ever rdir.ai-. " lit nmwrr to oertaia intuit ie* from cilizera of Booton. a* t?hio puMi>- cowree, when a candidate for t'?ngrtwe in 1HB9, Mr. Uwrrarr aaid: "If elected, I ahull devot* my bauibb energie* to Vn m*i" what I believe to be foe the pernaaettt iuterrat of the a hole people. " Mr. Lawreuce'n pubfct ami private eharftfee wei? rinmermiH. He endowed ? acientiAc echoed at Harm r J I mvw>i'y Willi ?10,(XK). He cidaMbdieil the LaffftoW priiea to ke contended for ky Uie litem of the Kngiieh High und Ijiiin School* in Hueton. Ilia puwe, a? ?o ha?-e knr4, waa e\er <?|>cn V* the poor ami unfortunate. He waa truly a good. if uot n f^eal uul. Ue wi?* ta?i"t in Bosti u. lor one million, hut bin property will probably ein <tl iIiiiiR.c lh.it num. He wa- on" of a clan* of men indigenous fa thin republic ? <? rlarxi t o which it owe* much of its proeperlty unil it" true glory. We have juat heard, nay* the llAltlwore J'airiot of the 17th iuHt., of the Uiuth of the H jn. John How ax, of Ken tuckv, brother-in-law of Jame* M. Ituehman, Kau., ot 1'aRnuuie i-?unly. Mr. K. mm the mm of the late Judge Ko? mi, of Kentucky. ami wan the Charge to Nnplea during the ?daimuitraUmi of JTMidmt Polk. He wa* a gentleman universally beloved and respected. DraninUr and Maalcal Matters. The city in full ol atrrmgerh from tho South and Went, ii ad nil Hurt i. of entertainment* are well putroniaed. Tho Navel* at the Hroadway, and Mr. Hurtonand "Oinderalla" at Ntblo'a, attract crowded hoUHcn, while the Bowery luis been doing very well with n new ppcctacle, "The lnva hU<u ol Britain." The bullet and French vaudeville par torainnce* at the Metropolitan clohed on Saturday night. Ibe amateur performance aliieh took place at WaUiuk'* on the evening of the 16th, attracted 11 fair house, and the net receipt* were something over #100. Thing* for next mmm have begun to take ? definite .'-L ape. 'i ho Hroadway theatre will open ou the .'!d ol .'epteuibei aud th"ro will be, an we liave Mlid b? tore, mnny change* in the company. Mr. W, 15. Make it *tage manager; Mr. Cbarle* Kishur leading ao ? > In tragedy and comedy, ii<? Mr. K. It. Con way; Mr. ? . W. Lim'rgan, Mr. H. W. Kenno, Mr. S. |l. Hynge, Mr. A. thapniau and Mr. J*me? Seymour, are engaged. Mwlfuf t'onlai U tbi- only lady of the old nti <-k who ii ri'-i ngir(fH. It it expected lliat Mr. Marshall will bring out a ady to plny juvenile tragedy, and another for KmM?, from En'gUnd. Mr. \. It. Clarke, the pre >idI iii'ling raaiui^er, will remain a? Mr. Itlakc'ii lieuten ant. .-'eviTal Rfcctacle plwyn will l>e gotten up during the weuimn. The *to<-k company will l>e a very utroiitf oue, and there will bo but few ntar engiigrmonts. The aeaiton proiniaea to be exceedingly brilliant. Mr. Ilurton will open hi.i theatre in Chamber* iitreet on tho U<1 of Septemln r. Among the new ??ngaKemeutri we bear of Mbw Kate Keignolde, who pluyed Virginia one night at the Hm ndway last winter, Mr. .lohu I'yutl and Mi . B. H nd Mi. Wall.uk intends to open hi* theatre about tha 10th September. Hin company in> ludes many alrong names ? Mr. H. llacide, Mr. 11. Hall, Mr. C. Waleot, Mr. Itiough ani. Mr. fieo. Holland, Mr. I^ter, Mr*. Ibiov, Mrs. \er non, Mli<* Kate Paxnn, Mr*. MeplieiH 4c kt\ It ia Mtated that Mr. Wallai k intends to play burlesque* cud drDiuax ocr aaionally . as un n>lrm? i to comedy. Ibe evening ot the Jsl ol S-pteailier will< be quite a theatrlcal./Wi? three theatre* lieln# then to l>f) o[K?ned, including the Metropolitan, with Itaehel in "l.es ||u race*," probably. Si our theatrical fri' nil* in the coun try will du well to prepare for a treat. Tho manager of the liaehel company announce that a *u luon will be opened in tho Metiojx lltan The. i tie, ?a an art gallery, to be tilled up with voluntary contributions m statuary, fainting* and other art work'. We have received the following note. ? ItACUPL UltAMtTU' COM I' AM V. IUpimcl Fllx., , y Yl A ,,, >l? linger. j * To Tiir H):TOB of tjii nxRAIJi. Will you allow Hie to Mate lli.it 1 ilbl not lnti-nl for pu Ultra tii n the letter whirh I wrote to n Umite.1 immlter of [ ?*HK>II?. Inviting them to ?n excursion in ww li of the It iit nuitr a private ittfnir, biM nothing rot'M !<? more ugainat the ol M'tllo itach' I than the "gelt, tig r? | . " of premature enthiiainem. None but lirar er? of 111/ invitation <>r Unlr friend* will be xlimttiil mi hi nrd ti e .sun. I ahall hi- obliged lo you lo U.v thi? let ter before your reader*. ?? NAyL'CT, Ai ting Meiugcr i>{ tlie lUinhel Company. Ibr hwtlJtlt t HnriA Oouva.nT at Nihlo'x Iia i minimi great bit with ' < Inderal!*, '' ami it i- announced for another week, Hfaa I . i'yue will introduce to night Hl?hw|i'? t :i Ua<l lo' here thr g'ntlr lark " At tb< hmm way Tnr?m> the la*' w.ck bnt o?i of < the nt p' lli.iti uni t < will he n wi?> w <1 tlni even inn. The programme include" the pantomime ealb-d .!? ? V i- ' with tiabrlel l!ar' l ami hi* -"ii (j'iirg?- thr ex ttanrdlnary ^ifonnain ? ? I the M.utinclU Hmlliera. and the Pallet called Sntanita.'' Ibe IJn>?dir.i> ?.t? crowt ixi every uifht during ti e pant week. Die Vin Koroma Tin Aim. will t>e re-opene t tonight f ?.r Mr. Ila. kett I performani e#t which will continue ?taring t?n we< k?. ' H"nry the fourth" (Kir-t Vnrtf i* tl>e attraction for tliia 'venirig, with Mr. Ibi ) elt ai Kal> ?tuO Mr. \ort< n a? King Hanry, Mr. Aylniga< H?<t?|?ur. Mr Allen ne Prince ibil, anil Mr. K. A. Vincent > < Krun i ir Kip \*n Winkle will I*- j inyed t? . morrow nl.;lit. A' the lloWKfcT lit. arm , Mr. mil M'nw Clmrlea, Tory . |a rer d? .'iBf.itot a of liu-hand Y.iuk''* harii.t''' run. m?n<r<- an ? i)ga*;, n.< nt ibi/- creniog .?( p-ariun in Ir>~ ImoH and Anierb a." "<hir <J?I," aod tb? ' Happy Mao lufUiy, Mr H. Johneton, tlie |t?.;iuliii U-u'linK tra,. iliaa ?t thle h'Mi??* i?<? N-netlt. lb< W<? f> Mi- >Mijae are I'oinp a fine lm?iw*- The I !? Ki. ruw l> r tb < \tning aoo in.l^ w.tb g<?4 thing* f bahaIM 'i< -eif ? Tli?- < ?na<!? -? ?'"n ha- telm.i , IxeootuKj ooe both ?? Montnul anal Itytuwn ? lit 'hf laet r?ii.i-<l pla'-e lb* theatre ha? Jtx?n > l?<? 'i aj?i tlie < < uif ?riy <li-j*r?e?l ? Mr. .I"bn lirouglmm i- playing a itar ?nyiig'tr^Tit a; <""hirag? ? ll'nry I ir'in in-l l/ini" i H'wiiid .. /<? el Tiirentu ? Mi.. I 1 Hay. i.en?ift?? ?? ?iie paintei at t).? I" n ll>i-ati?. lb- i- miw or j :e.| ,u ?t' ? k i up ' h<- ??* theatre .it I n.y ?1 ti' t.erman ftrniiatb' S? iety ot Boetun (????? a r*'r,""I,',!,' rt "" ?y?v'Tnn?* The pie. ?? [ .eyeil wi - fbi^ H- ? man tji.i prant .? tur- e in ' rf art, ty I.. Fernattln. i rwt ? 1 ih <o-*a?i ami 11" Vulunt^r " by Kutx ime Mr* Julia 1 rail Heyne la .n (Kb ago whi r -h- intiml.-" to taki U|. hT We r*n f h?' repoi 1<<1 nw i af .t Mi?? > if i 't?u'uKj HikxI whti Ii ? le.'nl took f lar? re ? r.tiy .-< I 1 iecraia falln? ? M It u. I ? ti'lge tin ii luf. uii, ? pU)ia^ a atar M i'/Hii n' in I ? mV r t i?ft'i <l.i u h- g'.ea to fl't.li iig 1 he r> m ,.r*) ,il tb? I ? w> ll Mu-? uui ?.?? xuUleuly intwi njti an Mrii-Uy ifireni on by tl.o ap| i urn. i i^.ntie ?'ag* nl tli* ? bief i,l ^i e I i- men 'H.ulin' ' ine ol liai'H. r.it h wcmao nn.n'x Kinnja Hie .. ti.fi.- to wh"n <>?m ?<< mr n*'ti? Vao<-L< ?trr >.n the ?'h "f July laat, *>n i-rriele.; ?b.'?- fl.ee riuog-^ >?im with * ulti-y, li.i?i?| lein piTtnnilji rrjif.t *o *l.-'i?i-n .>1: - ity i m *l. iu i,? ? n ?ijt ? H? pf M?t a ?< umi narri?(t ufto wua i;w:harge.t M' ? Uwr H 'l ran itii" kb^dji t.aT'- fc? ?-r> playing at ' i t. .?;.,nd i,. I.. .... TU- Ibi. . '? * an i tie II. .w iiil A'ii tie urn. |fc. u ??Mi. tarr-a i? pay;nr a ?err >arr...fii en fi. fn.??* tl,. tv.i.n Mu"aui ?Mr fin . i? Ijimj I j" r?nti'm f win K'i ? P" ami tha Ik. ti-f! '1.IW -re a ill Iien.it ..t. tie -? J?"mo i., ^fe i.i.i that Ml- lo" in .- - * ntn^ii Iff -i Mi . 'if .if i.i.n i ? ?? . n.' on ? i?jr OK twir, ami will play ligh> pb- ? i t ijx I e.l I p ityb ? -7>i. e b , be. n .. H i .|] r ,.ni.R km in >..et. a' Ikn Um ?l?b><b Mi ?.<? 'iii ,-,?n gen I aj>l - I"" n.k*>e i^?ij?e a I n.? . -, : !>.* i.p. r| n-\ ?,,? \ iRlng ?r?- al i?,? Aib?nt ti.eaire, ;Ke new 1 1 ' . * ? ? lie Tri y Ait' ipi . '1 i ?? pi.-, , ' ? to ' l??t? WW the inaner 1 ?' nt 'I ? aitlit.h fhe e ?ki I'r tie a,. 'eiMi I . ,. * ? 'w? . M ^ ' am I. Howe., ifce # , , b 'e* ' fh* 1 u?* *. ir<r i-ui by *1 e I>??matle fk< ib.fr> A > t?tb n n tb. r>rTh??rt * |? .. b i .1 ll,,! ? m ? ft H i i nr eh >?!*? grim . pany per ? iwnijr at ftot r, Mr * th * M tiiwbi. .tai - ? M - V >/r? .ret Mr tf. M ftardar* t.j In Hotalo ? - \rr tV. .la k I iff' MlBetri.- ar* at the lafb ?' ???. ?!* ? r H'lf playin a h?rl? <] ? .* Hotert Ma aire '_**> A * .' f'-yit-B th? ^a" r,f f!?,b Ma. ? alr? ? Mi i.ti.fi ^aiilei.K'fl ar- tetj o H- '< n on 'ti'iHlj, (rim li?erf..l_Mr lb.-|?n.? wili wil f,? ?a K f,r|^*o.fi t" 4ay a itriaef h* Kn,pi-rU'j Maw T ?At 'be Vaodarltle -heatra, I a-l. * .t,a a tearing In ?? n.? raapaete a xng iiai rMrmkhikt to th? )l?.ei< M Al?* . n4r? Onanaa thr y ang?r la l?tni Monde " whn h lately rearbrg it. bu?>lr?ltu fioe?..riB aft. e at the litnaaat baa liewa bnMigbt f nwarg. writbao by W Iwnie Anfia/, and promiaea lo Heai tbat rae 'iritwl a/ -m/.it v4a wi a. a i ta*a otawne-y la IVria ta U tor of the public The Id the piece, remarkable for iU boldm***, would I* haza* doua Ufori? un> au*U-?r?- not urcmrtoined to mch ex poai t.'on* of character a* the? have been made & miliar with b>* 1 Killea de Marbre." 4 !ji Fame aux ('amelia*," and oth er fnvrrito aamp** of the modern achool, ipon which a h 'gh^r tone of tnornl* ?ml a aiore heal. by ta?te would hav<? pnm >une*d new fence of cxi-ommunicHticm at n ttrnt Inuring, witk* out rtprievu. OI/tRpc, the heroine of M Augior** pivce. 1m oue of tiome clever, clear headed ladle# who abound in thi* a4yle of drama. a. id ha? lieen MuiB(i?ntl/ akilful to inveigl<r a young 0*itleman of sMrie family into a marriage, and the com*?fM*nc*a of the ill fated nrmn fumiah the materiel* of tl** piece, j wh.<h bear* tlie title of uLe Marring' d'Olympe."* Pear Jul of disgracing. b.a name, h*? keejwihhi ui:?n i.?|r * ^ ciet, but hi* urn j*. the Margin* de l'uygeron, ? >ugb minded uo|>]< man di?cowcra tile truth, and ia naturally ifp'limiQt at the ahvmcful mCM/Zifffio', but Olympl: by her j* .in and hypocriny, contrive to win him over to Her f ide, h'outt. however, growing weary of the rent rale ta i in j 'c "?'! upon her by her new mode of life, ahe take* oe (?M' i h h'licw liet acandaloti* laisorm with her aduii* i< ra off foitncr day*; benco, acenea <f jeaiouay on the parf ' o I the hu?buud, and further abandoned. esceeaoa by tho wife. To pre?* Qt tho dtflhorior of hiafamiJy the .Vflar?| uin offer* he i five hundred thousand franc.* to lea vo the country. tdympe refuse* to aocept lea* then thro* Utue* that mm. Kuriou* at her effrontery , he rcproeehe* her violently, and. at length. eXaaperated lieyond endurance diauN out a piatol and la y* her dead at hi# feet Thi* tiagie winding up, which partakes more of the ancient m? l<? <1 ran ui than of the new *?hoel, rented to take the public a little by aurpriae. it did not, however, inter rupt the current of ancceaa whb-h had **t ii% early in the piece, and the name of the author wa>gf??n out with 44 .'ill the honora. A *? inco piece," we should think. ? ? Tin Princes Czartorynka lately gave aa entertain ment at ilreadalbane House, l*>ndon, in aid of the bene* volent fuud of the literary A-feoclatlun of the Friend* of Foland, Her Highnesa tie* I'rtncea* ho* long had high repute ana pianist.? ??Hacbel gave, in IVIh a represen tation in aid of the diittriM^iHl hjighnh m ?tor*.? - ? Madame Alboni and Roger are drawing great houafe to the Grand o?ei?i In the <4I'rophete." The new director of the Ita liau Opera in M. Calcado, of tlie Havana; M. Sal?i, the t* iior, t# naid t<? t?e a^'K-iated with him in the privih*g*? ??The next novelty %i the Kran^ai* will Ik? the tratiala tion ?>t KotfebneV 4 Mi. Jinthrople et UepenUi " stranger >v of the Knglixh ntag* ), by the late uulortuoatc Gerard de Nerval.* Mine. I'leany is aUo ahortly t<* make | her rrntrrr at the Franca in in a new comedy by that ?*? relbnt comedian, M. Itegnier. who ha? been h aleepiu^ partner In many ot tho inont auone^nful draman brotigh out there.? -The T?aitn> Re at M iln n ha* commenced it* autumnal rtea^*?n witli t4l ji tiar/ i l<ndra." The inform an* e did not go ofT witli deaituble ensemble, chlcHy owing to tho choi iu *4(*h?? In Diretta via a?e? hniar rite. " Ihe prinripal artiiteg however Mile*. Ho vug Ha (Mnetta) Aldini (I1pp*?)? the latter, whom the inunieat world in I'ari* will rememb*r with plea wire a * one of the atar* at the l.yil ju?? a eoupb* of M'aH*?u< og*? under the name ot Duei, were warmly ap plaudod, oxpeoiaily in the duet in the ?econil act. MM M.i' eani and JJorena are aUo well ?fM?ken of. ?We an* notinred Home time i*go that the manager ??t the S? ala, in Milan, hud taile*!, ami that tho artiatn* had forni' d them aelvea into a kind of joint Ht<>< k company, to carry on tho concern until the end ot the *oaM?n? The ul? a ha? twn eiic*l uo*?n by other a.tiHt*^, who, ha?ing formed a e*<mpany under the name ofASonWrt ?/? <VOr 'f{fAfrnt pre^ide<l ovei by M .Ma/xurato, have ol?t.?im*<'. tb?? priviliK** ? t that nohb* tloatf" for three ycar? The I I*n?l?eh pianlat Mile, (it.ddar*^ hi* - l?een giving on?? c*?n?'er1n ?t ib>ien<v whn? according to th?* b'sn d* Kurt fa m)?o Via* made ? m??*>t tavorablai lmpre*?o??u. ? At Hamburg they have br<-ii playing l>ie Wal*e nun If' wood, ' loumUd by M uUme Kirch IM ifler the n*'V?-l of ' Jam- ? ? i Ihe ca?t wa? probably the mo?t c? mplete y.'t empl ?v*'d in the repr* natation ? f t h1' play, it nd C':npri'?<l Kiao Ituggrjf, .n ^Il<tren^ l'e.'i'l; I I. ll? n?'.r ? ?* >* .lam Kyre and llerr ifendr i< h a h }!o? ):? - ter . Cofir.m < five act ?Mjm? dy, l?.*a <?la? W a>ir< r "hu iJao Im < n very completely performed At \ jciiDa the majority ??f th?- artintei employoil at the Italian 0| eia hav* been ro-enguged o.?i ri"?* >t>ir *>n , \?ry advantage* ii* form*. iV'ttini r ? r !????* 1'J.irW florins for thr*e month* t'arrt*'i? and tl?i ^**irai , looo> tl ?r?ni i t u h M*dori 14 <KiO, A . Tb?* Auatrtan fboiiiM at*?ut forty ?entH M. AnleUj a j nn,#b ? r, ha 4 j biough '<*?t a new *>p* ietta, /aryuela, ' ul thi* * in MjdrM. It i>* reported to ha?f fj rwiv?-t ?ifti | fn?or Tl e f*?o n !.it ion of t new theatre w.t ' laid in j ! onndale Bfrt-et M?'Mmurne t?y Mr. <? V. Rrooke. on 'he 19th ot Afrril. It I* the property *#f Mr. I ??pp?n ? 'at <? rine Haye^. aft?*r gr< *t ?*? tereaa .?t Fab-tiira, n?i re j turned io Australia, wh?r-' >??? r popularity * iv*i j ivii ate i xabi to )h? b**yond all precedent. I'opulatlnu of Jrrwy ( It)' from 11.'' i"turo? nl th>' i m<'i< ?>f Jprnay < i< j jn?< muk I'* tin- .!-? ? *M>r< M<" Jamoa i.ojialll awl Ira llara tlv b Hnaing ligm ? a rrla'W* to i In [HipuUtt' n hi J'* * } i |tf nrr I>I i*"l ? IVnnl 1*1. :M 'A. 4th 7W> S'atlv* whi'? n.aVa 1 fjri 1 ultt 1 :,m 1 U77 ? |nr?"('ti aliitc iiutl'-a .'>74 Mri 1 VI . 1 170 4 1*1 Satlvn whit* fctnalf* I '."IN 1 WW I Ml l,4M HOT* Kurrtgnxblto htntlaa ??'?? 1,7V| I .14 4,?>4 < <.l< i?i| ru?i"? II " 62 ~.t 1 ti| Cclurt?l fttmlM I- 10 ijtf k? 1 ;h T'it.,1 4 I0P. l,mo 7 1 ft it.MQ Jl 7tt Tin rliiMri n !,?????< n lita an<] ?i|f.'ii )?? ? .f aff? ?r> ?a follxwi . ? lt>r lot. !M H. 4th i'/W W h i l?- nulr- . 4 < 471 HjVi *|it ' ' Wl Imial'" 44H W Cfj ||ll r..li tmI niatfi'' . 2 i l(t 10 i4 (??L.rr.1 ligitln 1 1 II tt 43 Ti.ial k-4 Ml 1.7.H 1 'AM I m 1 til" |*iiii!aw<<n in Jii/i" If -0 II 17.. Ir< r i?' fr ii*'1 yni - 10 'i4i Y\ )lllain>>inr? < It) V?i. I'lf ? "hmtljr ?f? 10 a'rltrk 'n 'aturday liitflit, a a .? <-,<-<1 B i|? r'nigilry tivl ?lirTK nuixi'aH y ?' Mi I>'"l? Wi*?l kii-t lit ~" ith",i*'h y***'-' n iliaiii' ? Ihr n w< t- Mif.ti at w rk l.tit th<" l/u.b: jh; 1* ..( a i-UiC'iary ?<?)?? mil > 'i-.i i Wib4 |>ni tillri# th? f.air.aa |>t'a<l r.if. 'llj 'o th? lhr?? #t?ej l,i k >'UiMn:|r ? i 'li? front ofth< I"t a!?n i ?n"l ' r Mi H--?l ?xyufiK?l ' a ?t< ? ami ion' iwni hou- A n.lilrn rt?a iijt? < ? 'Ik- wiivt tb1 ???!>'?? i|?-u aiu.tn ' B'l toialnm *h |> ami a aVu' y ?? - ??il>U<t( aliiMi tw tf ?r ?ith *h" 'k*ra - rcl r?u!'-nU w?? i> 1 ? r; ???????. ;;f \y uvii Mtf r . t tlii I ir' I ?-* ? r*n rnt a n ?? Kr.r -ff ., t? w ,,r, ..| .,jr lb" i>< "" h >>'1 t'J t ? in' m" an i i '?<r * t,/>r ? ? i rivn I ti" ll/>wui? .? th< I. '<?l ^ ?* Tli' :? 'ini^ tJ W<i t?rtiri/tr ji. #Mai bUrkumliii ?ti'4* 1.00 n.dt.nif; ?1 <i0 41 '??i . i. . <U. m* ii"! ?? "0" I??'al tlO'^i In i,? oj.'B' i j* al? r ? i.l M. Wiioi! tb< iui' u?' "f lua iran . o ial ant I* >?' '? i ta i?' <1 Tli* tr> 'cua Iha ' ilrr .'}?? iuii. ' > l amiiia- i>al < ?? . ai m \m> l?y tt>* Valla. 1 . ?? ? tmt i ? ? ?? ?n.?. |Ni? haun. I < ot> it Siaritl '4 Ik* nl hri ? V' Mart (llrkmnixl <.f I'lHWlH" ? -J- '??? nalitm Ui't n n? ?ara. f a*- *1' ir?! *? it n I t I 'ia? n I.' Ilth in?1 An lrl?/ia" n.?n na> >?. Htrj h*tvifn, wti'. r a<! il<*i! ?ith f r r> 'b>- ? ? ut t? iM a','-niljiit -?T'T?I i?.?nU atAtxl 'Hat ? ??th '/? < aatcnKl i,y ?fall. IV- t< ? ' y I ?fc' ? ?? ' b< ? ?? ? '* * ti 4-k? t?ar I f ?'ii>"' * ? B W.i# a' Vi ,*?,? 't.r !?-,"? , it? I fitl' n. ?I"? I'llt a h. if 4 ' ii ' ?! "a'n a? 4) i i i i itat >f i>f "?? ? rani v'" > > t* J *? t ? ? tn '? *' ti ? ? l... is N rf t? Wm lm ? ? ? a a ng n't ? *a >?<t /!>#??????'** '** ' ? M ?# ii - ? <>*?? tltf laatr Naval I alallltc tic r . Ii ' ' P. ?l" p **?*?< I'fWa aajlarf . f? li?tN5 I . ' I X. M OB U.? 1' ?i i.-' A ? ' '? ? ?? ? ????'? ? : J ??*??' at ( 1 1 ? n 1 - *.aiO- 1 ?! 1 J ?' ^ M (>., I ? a<<??'t fwU'ta at -t.mmg' * Ui' I' r j?, -at' V ?? ?i-fc r. * rugata ta?da'la taflarf fc" HaWla ?? U?? 14 ' J Vi>ffni * o?" Tl" iiKt- '- ^ Canbr%i' or . .. ti. Pat Ii'" ?.?a V- 'k?( n ?? , ai f't'ia ? ?i ? T''>??Wl la".! -la'"-' | , , ? t Ma i'l?ai ' ? ia| ar. n la i|ii? (ImI I) ft it nl" "t- * *' Al'ianr 'I 1 a?'t *Mia ?*? a i ;4Hil)r , ? *?? a*. ???!/*??' ''i ?aaa [**' jarati fj fr? . ??ing _ ? an "i|i'. 4 -I *?'? ?' rj ?at#. ?. ,1 j ,. |, ml ?!??;? ?? tl .** ?: - .? ?/. i? - 1 / i ! '.>?'1 '?#' 'b" ''"*7 ?*" l***' nalla 't/twa ft a?> <(? .? a> 'l ' ?' * 'bT ?i??4 Ua?- ha4 l? >i4i r ??,. ?% a 1. J aaa t?4i; UmM al.> ? - .i o< 'baa ' |?lat Ihla ba iBo iti??| (k* ' I ? iht Al'aaa j .f a -J 1/1,' ^ I.iat Uv >'<niaillk> u. ? ? ' ? *W Ha 7W A1 la ?'??. fit ??# la' tsr I* d al we" ' ANOTHER BROADSIDE FROM THE CUBAN IUNTA. Did thr Rrrolnlton Gain or Low by thf Mm of AflHf Ditioo ? and Imbecility of th? titration. Central <IuIiumiTx Dcfrrtioa &Urttot?4 U IU Intel m?, I Anfi?|(ri(fr of tbf ftn*VFwti lUliana, ?**., 4r. 1 19 ( uLun '?nta bun [mUwUiM, thrr.n^h ita Htf returf, another solemn und |vrtcntou? manifnxln, dlac-ueatag the p?? hiatory and preaent altitude of the rcvwtatlonary movement. Vf<r d?itn the doow Rent of ?uffioient i*lw*t uiii importance v>wi>rnMtl ite tran.i!atiofi arid publication n rmr column* It in ilH follow.* ? In aix-iklug of tlw viciamtiidtaM of peof re Uiaru j Me words wlneh ayniMue grei* ????* complvx tnte I reata, and wMcli rowu?o. in UienxaivM, ull the |Hirh? I of a complinated mora.' work. The word* re.lghm, liberty . anion, republic, iudepciuWm ?*, cuipin , mo B iti hy, Ac., bnve beeu, hit, tbn tnjxtniMit irf a w*M>lo HoclaJ ct political f?wtem t)? i winner in ouit4 wlrfch ItH def-ndem a re (Touped. Lile ail graaf ideaa, tUcy foment cnthualaaa; and m Hiring auate nance to tln> moat Hatter. ng Iio|h?, they reodvw from the people '.bein ?-lvc? thirt ron^arrntion whioh imprraeea ? oh it were to ijVtnity the intxrt pra luuii J and teligUma rcNpe< t. Il in a pity \A him who uttcmpta to approach the !<*>? with scrutinum# ejeH in the lidlaintnahle epoch' of inciiWiftinri. The exalted paaalona, and tbe pra-oi cup?U?na which accompany tliem, hardly afford 'iine totln Mnervinji mind for any reanomug t<? core -to the aid of r<an mon opinion. But time and the dcvclopement of the M'i ri tH which It hold*. come aftvrwurd* with tbili iuexi ruble logic to raatore home Talm to the puhtia cplrit, and to open the way to thr examination and etudy of the lenaotw of the p-ist1. audi we lieliavr baa <m-c'|?u4 to the Cubans iu regard to the amilkneat anif ?pAi nciiwi which the word annexation hririgx with It. Far, very far from ua, ii? tke desire or the pii'Mimptiun of couibutttox it : w* only i uine humble jounialiata to dcytfidt in Ura n-Ki?t?*r of the recognized organ of our revolution the fmit of omr eipcrience, and of our olaa-rvationa, to tht end thai tin- jieople may read of tliem. may ai^iwiato then if they w> deaerve may itudy them, aiay d'dilxralr and may resolve, Cuba Wit* lying Hiihmeit(cd in llu; colonial nmdi' lion to which the iinjuat mother emmtry had condemned it. by excluding It in 1*37 from tha Notlal Hpunii-h pan t of which it hud funned a part fur more than thrcr hundred year* when fee tndc ]>ri)dJ lM'C and annrxattnnot Texaahi th? United Htati-a came to offet a model U? nn.la'e, and a dirre tiou to give to our a?pirati<>iu, ie-truiutd up to thai time by the terror* which the danger* of our piliti ral iiimI mm ial condition iui<|ure<). F.ven in thraw daya, tlw n<Und had taken atri<W*n in cmli/.nti^n In wraith, in laipalation, compared with tbe former pern ibi in winch it had a?plr<?l to it* liberty; aad ie**enrd rv lite ex|*Tl?jni e of our tirolliera of thr Continent, It wna t?llrvad that th? aiduiion to tha proidem *.i* found in annexation to the Amerr an I lilon. Tin* tiuth i* iMitorioiix, ill iwi it is mirnrd by the f*et that a condition of iielcpend 'ncr muat pieceile aimexntion. If indepnmien<e rau*t l?ava pre< ederwis in the order of evrnlx. annexation, hjr virtue of it* net e-.ity and ita Imixirtan -e, uiu?l tie a <<in-n|iien?;e. trinex.itlon revived i very thing for Cuiiii . ex< eptlng the exixleni e of tlx individuality. It <oinprixe<l (he li>x rty enjoyet) by the S rrierV an jx ipie urider a xyrN ni > t g>,venimerit which tx to-dav tlje admiration of the world. It left ho|ir lor tha pm aervatlon of the initiatory movement of our revoln tion here, where our aaw? lation wax gianv to natan i in men ?? fund- dlb'High wiilexit tran?gr?<x?fig Uw> laax. It , nnnixed jxiwcrful aaxiatance of ifrjr kind I *4<'Tv, and in the terrible p< re-d of pr>daiti<Ni. \ ml in i> alitor trtnmtihantly from it, it oflt w<J Um* cnrixervntion <>f atKial lliten-xt*. and tbe enjoimeM ??t po?re nlthiu and *<?< rity witlxxit. Thnx unnexa tiott bad the triple virtue of confirming the eaigen cie?..f the pact . of creating a preaetit, and of giiai anteeio,! the future. Annexation w ixalwia nana ?ity ?t tli.it trine, to iim Uie public xpirr u> tl?? altitude ill iair rights. The-' Were fj-" Inating bo|xs in the eyex of the oppre?ed j iopji of Cuba, and na*ertbe!eaii, theaa were not the only tilings to indui ?? tiie |>e<iplr !?> rua the iia?irds nf h revolotwui. Hpanlah de-pntl?m jier formed itapait at the mune time ?orn the high arixtocra' y , ?biw memla-ra wre al?> ciaivertrd Into di?pl-ed colonist*, down to tbe r la?? of tli4- free txv ple of color oil of T by one f'Hirth In tbe S?jnt llartlx.li jnw ot Ujionnell ail were ai.flering a de | privation of the rights ol man ali were miilering I the ni'xit xharneflii laitrafra, the m<??t ;c?olting de gradation r.f h iman digmtv. ttie barwh'ixt and m?*t exorbitmit i vactlona.and *ll Ihe serie# of eril* which i tyranny brimr* in iia tra.n. T1m> revoiatton, tratri lirig towarlx x line nation, wax ?r< e pud ax u xa*lnK th<aight.and one of [xwihlr rruib/xtlon. htill the t4*? l^lng rew arid y.- foreign aldx t? ng ill <)? Dm d, Uie revolutionary ?pint wavred in the ix gmiuiig, ua rertxi n and irresolute, mnong >Waii/ta ind fmra, until : the indefatigable gennia, mwl I lie sublime i?-it d- nlal of I ojx / tire away, at < irdnnaa, tiie veil which I covered the ?wri t? ol tht" programme. Tlieorjr i waa i-oiiverti I into fact , hope into reality, and the | idea pn?? d tn.m the ?lnt<- of induction to the ground nf perrtu>?i?>n . and U> the devolops-mantnf tlie passuxa* i "i ^.iig Miinpr<?*sd. The r?iteruUd eftmta made liy i tlx db. -tnons .1 ,i,iUrd txian r of ? r rlghta to dlrsv't 1 public opinion '.a?ard? another chaunel were noi -nfli ani to i hange truidw < <wivlrtlon, and the r**o lut^.n of tinny. p?rt!y iie<-x hta rrwiM aulije ted to tbe ertlt. t?tn of U.e time did not govern tlx- altn j Uon they ii?-?tri y<d It without imiiding up, and (?aitly, an<l atxne all, tluu in regard of the f>eiin* ol e xr Inxive A'tpaMVira, tlai ha I ? u-' i- .!?< Ifw I 'l?-?{x?rM"i '< ii-.i that ? ui/a hcl only to a#k, and "pain in (-nu t il iji ?? Ml ? mi wHbin l),f lni it??l nrnj>r at till* art!' I?- 1/ 1 t?? th?- tl.aatrn of r< facta. It m ifi igb fal (<*l tin' anni-aatioo ? m IW <>? U i u inihjr ?n'l Mnpabinn m?ti?t. aii'l thai it ? ?a. ?r?atar m-wirr, li*/ K4Hnmt irkirk w lainM lb* ' aUMt. tb?- ?n<J ud otfvrtof "> truLtii mr nil <? Ulllll ll< t ??<;* <i?T" tlr * k> .ilMl ??W#? <bai>Km>uiitiflrif from U? ? . j i. *t*mol ->m ai^r atK-mintann? ? ''w?u. in <>?/???! >ru?- j>at/i<4? l?# *| | r**< n ttw q ??'><?, |>fiT?ul>. ??4 ti< c mlMi'if w# dlAKt tlif '4?rrm 1**1* by ,/,>jti?( i r?wl. ti lb*-,* hai?*<J t't Uiafc lio ? .llti! thrjr ?tynjiil ?* ? t>>? f?llt whirb lb* rtj?n?<l fir-fft a! Wi ?la; ? might lafcr. W*U. that baa a.r<-?<tr Imrat a??'l tba **rv ma*?ri thai ().?? ri.'ml ft vtvm In ? nba t*aa at UinHmiwdl p?t/j.?ieW,! ? .?/ I tb.?l ? ?< ty trthw Una ? ? ?. U ? an-1 it* tnrU-oy^m M twnw ii<)" win.' *? <ar?'1 '? a atarttug f ' lit, Jot * '?* ? ?' WiM. .t t? irf?nr* Uta < ul?n j?#? (,1c t., ? .1 .tm ti ? . ut iMtWmnf an iwd r<?fr i' ntVxM ><??< <fili f , lb* I)'*- tv n whrlhaa ti.i tui-a ' f lat "ti, a? ? mrai, Km ail that .1 f r I 1 W' (?Militiruiijr r;?rh ?if fv?> ?? t ? i - t ??? mxtla t * t> t# l, ami ?t ?t < *?" U t \?i j?t Ui?iri| ',??* n tvmUiinm ? n ila ?.? wet. H IbMll ttf ? irti*' k .'i?lar*w #?< tWr <i*0 iviwtt U<> ' <?Mn th'r'.y ht It at It *? *??>' r f'? <1,1 ra 'n "?ii* lit'- her Utrtr tl.-lr th? ? nnn, t/i jrn? ii.' j. < i j tn ittr 'frit'' *I' (| ? l< Jjfturr, tli..?) to l;,,t, ?V II "'f -WK-I't". ?i 1 1 Ui a Wait (flfTwinU tk ? I ?' < ?' '''? ?"??W tlaayi bit* ti'<V<l Tb> rtl' ih*!*'! r an ? '*< '"! >OKM# ' <>???, t'f a* b*j?U>A. Tl- * leiwwi t..w I? ?i?i lb* titmUmi ?t?a^ <J ?/ *t itn l r ib' \m"m*u t'nrmmimi *lui y+*i\i t<- a>.<] ! 1 1 \ 4 in <?? t, I'mt tU ((??! i/iU <????* mh h tl* ? ? ?M draw fr-m Utat union ? ti* an : r*-. ?!.'?' 2i l"t tb' Uril ar- *-pt an id it *?' < fi. J**- 1 ao4f?r 'fa* f?'V nn* r<# ?./ h a* ? aa ? ' i'*i a. <laa w*iJd t* <rtnj??:ii?r w th It'- r *??' ? la" a/^l witii U,. iga'.vM at the la? "f imtnnm M?f b?|* l'm?4n| io tin (r. 1 Fit M a?>t nurt' i*r*i rl'il ' M-nr baa i< !?*'? V< ' l*-t o- 1 ?"?J Io la*1? ???, t!?< l'tbf>f January. 1" ?? a j* t< , M a" ?d Willi a atijr iHij ra . <a*n? ' <-?va'?fc* >?r? ijt? ml** ?ur m-w kn U?> / a t'iri/'iW At ib* tlRKr It# Hux < Um l ? j h*i ?m'.ra/??l i Air d" till>n> and M>Aa>ii?4 >M*?B ? t>) a #?)' tit_, aa4 -<.g 4 uaai j 'Una! rralrtwV In *>?at Ilia ii? I *a? ti.ta aba- 'r I ?ir? f??? Ulier^T F*" <??*! ? TV "4 'In '*? Nawi'l'il ?* ?>*? mm?*** -i >