Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 25, 1855, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 25, 1855 Page 2
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aaperfluoaidy >.dde to a postscript) swallowed up aHrt *7 the earthquake. . ... A Wl?r i of ei v" J to day from Petersburg, an f dated Jwlj 20, mentions tint lh? weather there liad ?t< ly been "wry warm," the thennomet' ^'amuinc at /I - m tbe sfcade There baa been **er?l ttauudw and a ??b? of rewon-' hii I been killed br HfhtninK. Hres M Veu frLlu,-ut? tif'y tnuM', mostly iu Uu' -uborb?, bavinc be?n burned Jovn at on.' of them The external *>T th' u,? "*r i4rB *?*? iihur to disappear kU't the ,iri,t ll**t >' tho year will lmve exefrvd in about It month, when the French theatro will he re-opened. Musical entertainment* are already given ewrv night. Hie Prince of Prussia h.;s agisted 'at seve ral reviews. The number of Aaertatna at St. Petersburg u> comparatively quite Urge, and all ugr.'M in eulogizing the hospitality which they have received from Got. Sey mour, the C. S. Minister, and Mr. Irving, the Secretary of legatieo. The three officers of the f'ulted Stated army who went to Russia on a tour of inspection, had just re turned from Moscow, and were to leave on the 30th inst. tor Berlin, Ui continue their observations in Southern Europe, and eventually essay a vinit to the allied camp in the Crimea. Although not authorized to visit Sebas tepol, they have been quite kindly received at St. Peters burg, and every facility for night seeing, thereabout*, has been afforded them. Drs. Tlirull, McMillan, and Smav ler, have entered the Russian service, and have been sent to Belaisgfors. Rev. Mr. Haskell, the American chaplain who recently ''settled" St. Petersburg, ban fce?i me '[uite * favorite with the American colony there. The Duke de Levin and M. Chapot, have both disa vowed, so fur as they are severally concerned, the reve lations of Carlist plots with Rn*sia, furnished by the documents found upon Oen. Elio. Hut their disclaimer doen not produce much impression on 'ho public mind. The text of the Pope's discourses in the secret consis tory of the -6th July relative to the difficulties of the Holy See with Spain and Sardinia, has been published l>y the Unirer/. The Piodraontesc government is declared excommunicated; for tho present, Spain is only repri manded, and adjured to rctract its errors. Switzerland, loo. comes in for a word of pious reproof. (lie Muniktir publishes no despatch to-day from the Crimea. Important War Vcwi. ?RE AT ACTIVITY OP THK ALMES IN T1I8 CRIMEA? THE ADVANCE ON SEHASTOPOL ? AFFAIRS IN ASIA ? SIEGE OF KAU3 BY THK RUSSIANS? rNO HOPES OF VEACB ? TUB ALLIES ABOl'T TO E.NTEK THE PBISCIP AHT1KP ? FRENCH REINFORCEMENTS. JTaris (Aug. 10 ? 6 P. M.) Correspondent ofLondonTime't.) The follow iug private letter has been received from ?ienna, dated August 7:? The telegraphic news from the Crimea received here is ?f tho 4th troui tho allies, and of the 2d from the Rus sian*. No Important event had occurred up to that date kefore Sobaetopol. The bombardment of the ba itions 3 ?o S continues, with slight interruption, day and night. The Russians, who return it continually, are, neverthe less, unable to destrry tho works of the sixth parallel, a iid it is even ialdthat it has become completely impossible lerth? ui to ascertain its position. Thin new bombard ment is effected by the old redoubts, as the new batteries will not be unmasked till tlio day ot the general tuui fcutdment. On all the other point of tho Crimea considerable ac tivity is observable. 'I he Russian* 1'ortily Antbat and Ceniicfci on the land and k>si side. These two places are the key for the ulterior operations of the allies in the Crimea ami Cpper Taurida. The light squadron from Marseilles will be perfectly suited to the task ot taking it. Iheie is no very recent news from KarB, General Mouravieff is at Kony-Kiui, a vill.ige to the southeast of Kar-t, and bis encampments are in a healthy country, famished abundantly with water, wood ?ud forage. WivthU Pacha, being determined to defend himself in Karri, and not meaning ? > > capitulate, the Russian- aro preparing to open onthel.th of July their first parallel near Kony-Koul. It is believed here that Count IJtiol received yesterday m declaration <n the part of Eiiglnn I ami tfrance thai //(?>/ did nut < visit, by any new wyntMiom for /"<'<?< . to itterfi.n wntK or forestall (Ji* more > IrHfiee ???vn/.s of tfa n-ir. Ihe arrival of (ioncnl Utasf at Vienna is considered m being connected with arrangements relative to 'ho ?fiening of lines of march for t ie allied armies in the Principalities. It it rumored here that one of the exiled French Generals is expected at Frolndorf. St* hundred and twenty men ol tho f'flth regiment of ?lie line, and ;>00 of the wagon train, arrived at Marseilles *>n the 9th inst., mid left mi the following day ()r Toulon. A battery of artillery, and two ik tachments of artillery men, of 100 each, oino en'erc d .Marseilles on the 8th. Ti e 7buUnnaii, < f ike 7th inst., announces that wien w?re erobarkeil ?t foulon in the month of July, lor *he Kast. The steam frigate Canada sailed on the titli for the Crimea, with detachments of artiltc rymen and tooops ?f the line, and 40 horses, tight hundred and seventy men arrived at Toul' ti on the 7ih, for immediate em karkation. The loulonnnit also .tatcs thai the t roops who aro to lead the assaulting column at Sebastenol ?<?( to Ite pvo vtded *lth a >?rt of cuirass, which n ill no wise impede the movements of tin oldie r an ! will cover the fore part ?f the bt>dy, from ti ? n> ck down to the Mice. Thy four Freuch gunboats? Rafale, l uurras',:;^, Meiir tritre, and Htri'.eute ? ?rriv> I ;.t Kamles 'lk, from Toulon, ?n i lie !i6th u It. The prchibitkn issued at tl.e head quarters of the French army in the Crimea, relative to tli> lespatoh of letters, icfer", I am u' surt l, to the commui. i''a'ions in tended for the new>-papeis, and not to the private letters sent by the eUiocr < and men to their families in Franco. The steam tiigato l.'arien and the floating battery Ton ?aute, going to tin l lntk Sea, wen obliged to put into tVrunra. on theSd, on account if bad weather. A letter from Toulon, dat< I August 0, announces the aailirg of the ship of the liuo JupiU) . tewed by the - team ftlgate Canada. They carry 1,')00 men to th" Crimea. The liner Donawerth likewise sailed nub tho fr'tjato Vranie, carrying l,4t*>men. flie i'rlnce Jeromi is cm harking troops. The Inflexible and 1'scychg had arrived from fh? Black Sen. 4, '>00 men hu 1 bi-en embarked at Ton Ion for the Kast during the last month. In the Knglish flouw of Cianmeaa, "n August 10, in answer to Sir II. Willouglil/y. Mr. Monscil said: ? Th" la-t accounts recei\e<l from the Ciine a canfained in -t tis (setory assurances that the army was well suppli-' ith gun" of all kinds. He was aH> able to state that the ?unil ers ol ev< ry des< ripttm ol guns an 1 batterii i 'ent ?ut had been greatly Increased during the latl three weeks, unit thT> tutu erery r <i."rn to Mien that in o xkort Hmr tMi tali1 of thirty* in th' Crim i' would 6c mon .'&'<<? fottory than cr-.r i' hmt (een. (.Hear, hoar.) What tlir AUIsm 11 r KllVftcil In tin- Baltic. [Krom the I /union Times. Aug. 11.] Wc learn by telegraph that on the 7ib iu*t. the united ?eet* nf Rngland aud Franco lud arrived off i-'weaborg, Mid that un immediate b. mburdnv ut Was expected. Home such meosine hail been lor *<>me time anticipated, nor wan this .it all unnatural, for we h?vo m lit to the Baltic one of the moat powerful fleets which evrr AoaM upon the ocean , out offensive ni< an# are apparently enor nouK, at 'I the valor of our sailor* is Incontestable. We hope and btliev< that the expected op ratlon will, If at tempted, ho entirely ancce?atol; but we do not couslder that any sound reanou* would <-xi?t for pniiilc di*app iut ?x'ut if none *nch took place. It is perfectly true that our n.ival armament 1 t the Bultlc in exceedingly strong, and equally to that a cer tein amount of positive |>ert<)iuiance is naturally looked for at II rat "'(fht from a force no largo, but it wold, we think, be a misconception ?t :ircumstance^ to expect or Venire, for their own immediate resulta. th ? mere bom bardment of any of tin- enemy'-" port ???. The prima it ob ject of the Baltic expedition in the maintenance of the I blockade, and the a' ertion in those water* of the supre macy of the allies up to tin very of their ti?e. We ?Ifi'r battle to the Ruitsian fleet, and, if 'hid nin h \aunt ?d squadron dares not venture out to lace n?. we *eal it up in it* own port", ari l -hut th" Hag of the ? tar from the ten-. Alter obtaining t hi- complete and luood Vea triumph over the navy >t ihe enemv. w? destroy hi* commerce hy deprlfing him of all m^in* of I loerttlmo Intercom* and making price of -very yrw el under 1'u^aiau color*. All that I'ei tnc Cr< at aiim-d at in trauaforrini: the neat of K.- go vernment to St. IWeriburg. .ill that the CVara atru^gled for In grasping the -cubourd itf the Baltic l? now lost t.. them. Kor ail practical p (intone* that ?*? I* now elo*ed to Rush*. and more i ffocti ally indeed; than even by the winter ic?* it?? ,f, lor arum have before now been ran* ported across ice, wberei nothing ? ?* pouet > the chain of Britiah c.ruiaer a. Meantin ?, the whole i ?Denied to t be allies without danger of a hostile U14:. We ?re at war with * 'ou try considering 1 ?</? a mai itlme Pew?r and actually claiming to p. -e" n^.plmg to re cent atateovnt*, no frwer than > 0 1np< of tin line, .'17 ftieate*. 70 smaller venae!", and 40 1 tea me re Yet, not wlil.staii'Iiorr all thin, our *b"i e* are preserv e t in ]?>rfe 't Immunity from any hostile attack, and our merchant m? n traverae every sea with as much indlfferenc and aafety a? if peace 1^.1 ne.?r been broken, or our ? neniy had never owned a -hip oi war. Add to this the hurailf atbn inflicted on Riv-m? along her own coast*, and the werviee performed by the Baltic Meet will appear, we think, by no mean* unauhstatili il or negtthe, even it it la not illustrated by any brilliant fe it of arm*. It m*y be ursjed. however, that beside* all this, which ie aceompiialKsl a* it were, hy the mere presence of the fleet, the power* of offence poaeeaaed by *0 formidable an armada might as well be exerted lor the poeltive d> trac tion of any fort*, ships or store* of the fwrny within our rea? h. No doubt they might, for nothing lea* than surh terrible work is the Veritable n i-.*iou of war; but ltuw> much a* our chief olde<-t* are alrea'iy *ecur<' 1, it Iw hovee a* well before engaging in any inch operation*, to ?trike ?ery carefully oni Ixtlj nee of pr*)dt and ioM. an I to COB aids r what is t<i lie gained by pitting our ship* in a re gnlar <n concerted attw-Jc a*r;un*t the gianite batteries of the enemy. Wo might, |s rhap?, prove that the?e bat teries were less effectual .Mencea than they liavo been ?oneidered, ind. i! we e.oild, indeed, e-lahll-li tlie s^j,... rierity of our broivUlu* - *.> "ii-lusivi ly a* to tl'tnolish i ?Be fort after another, the impre?,lon nia-lc up?D th" enemy might be moat imp- 1 tan* But a- we have ^ latt I ?nrceo at hand by whi h auy -u.ve?s could be f,41..*r"t ap against au^h garrv ons ^s tb,- Kua,.ian? koep in th? >e fcrtreaaea, what would the gain in d'-stroylng a front of *?e defence* at the rl?k, p< thaps, of a ship or twd by the chances of -<h rt or Are* lie It .>Wrve<t,|tb:?t there fcrtitivati' ii* are n t lik" theaa t?f rtebaatepol ? narked out for destruction on theii (J.tu -|>e.-'al ac innt. and the calculation, therefore, l? -Imply one of relailvc profit and lo*a. Perhaps in the cottw# of the eannenade mt bombardment we might deui'-ii-li a ertain amount of property, or Mow up a magazine or tW", !<ut if eir own ?-a?ua/ti<* happene<f to be in proportion, where would lie the gala? It appear* to n?, we must aay, tliat the atrnggle in >h Haltie, greatly resi mble* the tight b>'twe<nthe dog and U.e rt?b. but with *.lus material advantage on the aide of th? tlah, that the standing result* of the contest are ?aflj !n it? tavor. W?? have not been able to g?t at 'U" ?os?*n*. nor 11 the Ruasiana get at u?, but the ^lea 1 bvk whi' h 1* prodn''' l anawer* our purpo-e without anawering theirs. We shoply -nd a fleet 1-> th.dr ?horee, and by this pri?e?siing we intfiet upon them in?e*eant k>?. trouble, ami humiliation. Ti.uy ?re compelled to forify their coflate with Urn otmo-r* rare, to main'aln large* force* at various poiat*, to submit to a blockade entnuing ruinous etnliarraas Meat*, and to be uncertain all tb<* while whether, in spite ?f the r defence*, we may not at any moment aocomplisfc waaething more. Every lav tell* *gainit them, for every *ay carrie* Ita own account of lo--* We, it i* true, have ?ot *ncceeded la proving sea batteries stroeger thau ?here batterlc*. and have been apparently, theref.ire, re '.ee?d te a *tand?ttll, aa tar aa actlv? operatioaa are <on ?er^ed btii th1 ? i^aMion incli?4'r n r< aiity tbc wvrt 9t war. vhtJo (h? cost fo oh 1m nothing b-j', the maintenance of I he ileet, and that wUh no great wear and Mtaieof ofiiniou, therefoie that cur Hal le expedi tions ought to be regarded ait subst antially succoaaftil, even tUot'gh '.Ittle may appear to t>e done. Tho real work of the I'altic fleet in ti e blockade, and, if that blockade .s thoroughly mai'iiained till oar erui?ers are rel evei by the ice, we > hall hava a larye balanae of t,a u hi . ur fa vor. In the Hlack wea our work is of a oi^n eat charac ter. 'Ihvie w? are unremittingly provci'ti g a particu lar operation. We wish to take Sebastop , \?e mea sure our success by our progress towards 'hi* special ob ject. lu the Bai'lo there la no purpose befo us ho mate rially delineated. Our object there i* c . tfpound. We hove iir*t to assert our command of the fcea, and then to nullify the t ilVnsive power of the enemy, destroying in th? meanwhile bin resource* by ?b ttiitg out liis ve els from the water. These ends we have effectually ac<s w plii-hed, and the ruccea*, we think, is of no small impt r tanee, even although Admiral Dundaa may not des'r y either ^wcahorg or Cronsiadt. Wo have, however, g ? t reliance on that officer's ahllty and din retion, and b< - lieve that he will engnge in no, operation which doe.s net hold out a fair prospect of success. ' >f that he mu.-t be the lent J udge ; our object in only to warn our readers sgiiinst extrnvngant expectation*, an 1 to show that tho humiliation of our enemy doei not necessarily dejieud upon such an attack as that, the triumphant result of whl:h we hope in a few hours to aunouues'. CTaVkiili" Got e r . 111V e'i it?JB rlt Jail ntio 1 1 a J" - August 10th i, Ear. C.rati-itU moved that the House do go into committee on be ?ehnmerbUls <?7,000 000) bill. After a. few words from lsml Monteagle and tlie tarl of MFanrlSl-aid-I cannot avoid taking this ?rP?rtanUy of exoressine my opinion of tho great impolicy ot th. ".LT. in,, which has been entered into with trance and Turkey. Without imputing tho slightest suspicion oftlu) KicncS government, without tr Urf ?/? rurally, I ?>"' Inform ojthe < li !hw, iSj aUcUlcU?l lo Uwlto /"?<???? <UJ/li-uUi,tM>^n tkrhm ?Wifnc*. to disturb that good understanding wiiich now happily cxi-ts, and to throw on this country a tinnncial burden much heavier ttoti we; ?? ??* ^ to Tbi* 1* an arrangement which n to ij t or a long course of years, and will rot be completed until pi obably all who havo contributed to carry it into effect will havo either ceased to take a part in the niliiai/einent of affairs or havo ended the term ot' tin lr natural existence. We are, in tin fiist nlace made responsible for the whole interest if tlie Turkish loan if Turkey does not pay, and 1 conceive no mau in his senijM believes that the Turkic ? ... fim nil U ?> '%'?? Z.il Dun i? IJ>' rcmot'H (haw "J >"!' ^ It JtP. ' l '. mm lh' intrrext vihu h we fwnv (sirjai""1' ('? V"H- " , 11 w Ce paid that interest, it will be lor us fo cal npon France to reimburse us her proportion. But, looking ,it the future, many chnDges may take place, and many Is" UK may mi e l,.t?e.n tlie tv.o c .intrles wli.eU a to now ni?Mi the l est possible terms. Having owe sup iH-e.' set-off. the lVench government may claim thengbt of'withbohliRg tlwit We, on th* ota<* v h:ind not ndmittlng an> such right, xi y i ? . - i s t , , w b . - ' ; ^ r . ? i f j i - bui>? d, and ditlioulues may ariso between tht two countries. Wo have examples in our ow n h; h>ry how little those who conclude arranBemcnt* ofthU kind rin foresee what may happen in the course ot a veiy rav years Yout lordthips cannot lowt tho ciiciim,taoi/! of the Russian I'ntch loan. We aU remember this coun ty guaranteed that loan. We also Know that the honor ot this country stands d. seivedly lugh, and thai 110 parly will ever sanction any course ?t edingw.ii h is no consistent ?ith p<H"l lakh; yet within o very fo* yea ? ot that arrangement, circumstances ;arose w,. u ma i> . veu ni.meious party in this country argue we w;ro no U nger called upon to continue our piiyments cm account oft' < Hn. so-I 'utch loan. Those who remember thecir cuni tuiices are awarethat the government vev. scarcely ubb tomaiutain the arrang- uient in the House of Corn ""foi'd Dkwas said, hi- fa-her, who win Attorney-gene ral"! th. time, expressed his opinion tliat the rupture between IVUiuiu and HoiUnd did noi m any way uif-i.t o,ir oldigution, and that good laitli rciulred the pa> iiicnl s should not be interrupted; those Hiymeiiti never w??iv intcn upted, anil hud always been mude la uuo ' iad tJKn.? Tlie statement of the noble baron con firms my argument. He s.ates truly. h.s_ r> -pected father cave an opinion, the soundness ot which no one can doubt, that tin obligation ol this < untry continuod binding. Notwithstanding that high opinion, it h? with Hie oillieulty fliat. the gov nl.i nt were able to maintain in ilie House' o( < Omioon- ehe oh.igation of continuum tho payments. N'ollung but t,. pu .?itiv declaration, th..'. tho g ijerniiient would not hold office if they wen defeated, coupled v.i.h >ery gwat i xer.'n.ns en ihelr part, enabled tliciu to in i.ta.a that arrange, neut in 1'Mliauient. Who would say . ?wj <hi r"e ".r-.t 10 hVanc U, tha ? twr.-.i or thirty v.ur*k-nr>(h. mm-.. I e hi: ?.?{?'?' d" ejtul m rrU?". Z fli.. th' Hi //'"lit t!f Motion, and would not decline to pay their sl.aie o: the loan, laivnig the tiurden upon us 1 these rirc.noslr.nces are not only po-ille but probable. The whole eystem of guarantee- | Fng loans for fuelgn couutrie- i one that experience ...is ( taught us it is d. rableto ab.m'.on. A l.rin is indeo.1 a subsidy in di-gulse. It - Iruevre -e l Id. It x- only your name that is wauled; the obl.ga non w ill n"ver a flue; tho resources of Turkey are p,c Mat Urn ,, , of your ci edit is all that is wanted. lms l? .hi lan uddrfs-cd uometimi * lo y" lug ir>'ti'l?Miien liy their wn.ois who wish to prey i !>on tlie r ignorance an I ere dulliv. Hi' y -ay, ??'Uier< i no dimculty a.- ut g. iting the money, but tl" m. n^y lender likes lo lm\ ? ->ii"> ? - cuiitv; it is only putting your name up <n ih- l.acu ol the lull it is a mere lorui, and dooa no' siginly any thing Tihi of'.eii the voting gentleman al'terv.irls Unds thaHt would have be.n far . he. per tejriv liin ?s-.stai..;o loins friends by a direct gilt or loanthau by the mode of backing a Mil. The gov einm. nt has t.ik. u a -urn ar imprudent with regard t i Turke.v mid t fear it will be followed by the name results. I V ^he\< H at, out Of nil the lulU'ons which this country lias voted in subsidies, not one of those subsidies ha- l-vn lol ln wed >>y the advantages which this country has ex ported from them. Mill, If wo are to h. vc subsidies, let us have tl.em in a plain and straightforw .nl manner, ??d no' ub-idb s in disguise. II you give yo ir money yuu may t ke mm- sc. urity that m wi.l l ? uey ite l to the V?irpe- I S lor which it wa- intend d. II you say y m will pay the bills you may send your . wn olne. r- to s,... tliat the money go'es to the soldiers and to the merchants who supply provisions for thein, and jour object will then >e acconipVisl.ed. Uut if you only give security for Lurkey I von cannot, without setting aside her independence a' a natien, pr?V< nt her from having the control of lie mo ney. i '"i.c U>r>t*hip* kiimn th'1 /ic'seni ''' rorruit of "II u-r-n, m. th- Turlci'h .wrniii'^, ' "?'/< it itiwtorioiu that, vf th' ?u>n-yv>hi -h oiuiht I" ff" mio tlf Turkish P, ".- mi for mM: /n'r/xw*. no will /)i-./??rii"? mv* inJo th ?? hand.- nj corni/' i*i*ha* an t f/.-'pi'KI "?""? ij I, nil- r>. V our lord-hips well rememlier the distressed state ot' the Turkish army in -\?ia last winter. Hy the concurrent testimony of all the newspapers, the slate to wl ich the army w-ns reducisl was, not Ix cause tur kt v had not a sufficient sum of money wherewith 'o I'av the men. lint beeauso the fun.ls had been the su i ject of unbounded peculation. In ail countriei there is a disposition to extravagance in the expendi ture ol the government money, t.ut iii ii country li?e Tui+ev that extravagance and pncuhiiloii it is impossi ble lo'check. I did not intend to advert to Ihi- iibje.-l, liut it ha- ?" 11 incidentally rii"ed by m\ nob!" tr-e i l. It. fore 1 ot down, c i the Mills-fore the II' n- provides another loan of ?7 (.00 (100. it Is Impossible lor mo to lor- i bear expressing tin nhirm slid regret with whi 'h I h:iv. received thN prono-al for ?n additional loan. My lords. we have already sanctioned i loan of C 18.003,000: tb-ii j there is the g larantee of the l'urki'h loan, which. In the most favorable view. i. equal to another loan ?: h ill the nomii at ii mount. ?2...00,u0u then the ?7,000.000 wheu the ?? vernment are n->w anthorked to r.ii '. maklig n total 'f 60n,ixi0. ot I orrowlng wlneli jiar in- .cut i . s sane'Jened In n siiirl. 'ession. Mj hmh. I lur v ii ith 'h' tilmo*t <U>n>'VJ on nicA dril nyh's iijkih ?f th, f.nintry. My noble friend ha- already cauod atten tion (o th< enormous aucunt of our p: event <\[S"ndi turr tor , In addition to the?e b>ans and onr lirgely in . rea-.d taxation, the expenditure i g> i> on i>. .? rate that is truly triuhtti I. It is imp- si'd.- for an expendi ture of this aniounl, nnd fo: thi- vast ..orrowrlug to en on long without tlie mc-' result- ? results that will not end with the war, but Which will remain for ? long . ay after th pi-cent ??? has ti rniinated, to press sever, ly up .n us Mylo.ds among the ill effect* of thi? enorro n es| ndlture. which has Veen ? largely met hy borrewrsl money th. wor-l I. the moral effect upon the p e ol thw country ;a.ld there are already uninistskeabie ?nrn ? 'hi there wd be found in this country the same con >.,uer , tl at ha*.; Is-pn Invariably produced by the s,lnie clrcuni-t in os ln other countries and other times. My 1- rds. wlun ei her indivlduiils or nations are engn/hig in a la c expendi ture. which is partly defrayed hy loan*, thee arises a spirit of profusion and a neglect of all wise economy win eh lends to the most filial results. If I to<M oqr-i that the v ti r in uhi-hif n r> mgnfftli* poli.i- atxl i*y, 'in ' thai It "ight to'f arrisi! on iei(* >? , *t>l< ' "MM ' <tn-'. uiimi'/iA'o tl '>{!?' /*"' >' ?' eaT";' on in a it irit if I riftfr nwuny. 1 am persuaded, on the contra ry, that it has tieen . arried on wt'h extravagance and wuit ot thought, and that 1he sanv real amount of ?e tire might have beer, attained at fir !??? < cost 11 the m? n<*y ?ot?d Parliament had ly rxpowl cd. lh? blame ol th s partly rr ts with us. but the Kid effect- of Ihis p<- fuse wsr expen ditore. and the . ? Itei.ient that ?sr ci.ite-1. are hat tiny produoe In the nation a general spirit, i of disregard of all con-ideration* of economy. The House Of Comioen-, which ought to lie a heck igaln.t the waste of money mi the pai t of the goT'rrii 'ent ?eer.is, on the ootiti iry, to have no other d ity thun to all f> the most unbounded ex p. u lit . e. H is the ?aific with 'r.llviduaU. Thi?<i who -UJ ply dps au l "tors to th" gov rnment are I of course trying to obtain tho tiio-' extravagant tern?<, j nnd .if driving the givernment t/i nuike t'.o'i gi st )ioi flble demands for th^ir services. In other r. y.U this profuw * x js ndlture is pr.vluc t g i r -ru;.t ar.d dem >ra filing effect upon th- national character, 'lia' Is att< udel by the m st fetal consequence*. My t' d , -t do. s. In niv eidnlon, become ns awl the count j t< <- ,n id?r what in the present ftato ..f the world will he the ultHn.e eff.vt <<l this syi t?'ni upon the weMhre of this counvry. Mv noble friend has alluded t? the eoenre us accimu la't.sl resource > which have bs-. il hu arc'' t dcr'ng a long peace. Your lordships will m i n 'hat when all these demands upon the puhUc ex l.e juer which we sre now recklessly Incurrhig con e to be j.r v del lor, there will ?? the Interest upon 'he- oan? t ? I- e t, und a heavy expenditure upon the re lu '.. Q. f vcur war like ami military armament* You cannot go .ok .IVr in. r?..-ii.g your e fablisliinrnta to '.hi M norn .s am nnt I to w here you were he-fore, for personal claims aid Vested interests will be create.!, which t would n' t be just t-i disregard You must be prepared, my I r li. toWokat I these u .estlons. and, whenever pesce come ', tlie i.u y ol adapting your e?tabVshmcnts to that altered state of tlit v villi be one of immense d'HIculty; bt.t this not all. Wben all these lemamis are n ade up n you ti e nation wf'.i b-come impitien? and wc may then see a re aet'n ii fr< m the pieseir. t.-aip? r of extrnva^ane- to a p.,siti.iii ' .. mi.v. of ha <ty ?nd r pf.i lent '? lu." '? lIlV f be : ; r } ti 1 tb ^ ' 1 r' n (o >isViW-i "r? ! u;-' n '' at t ^ ' ' !. i ' / ' : e"it HrWi'.g'ip I. i la**e ? x , n<;,..re lar- ag the ' ?' (t *"r for p^rtictilar p irpo??s un-onner *d w ih the *?'. 1 bav *v.,dj J"'"'") ra' thr r'"<7 eipeqdng '&>-?? sum* of money upon rortifl?atiom ar> I bcrrwcks ?t hi D-e which cannot tie wanted In ring iht? ++r, and which are not likely according to th? rj*Ut? | ir?ueJ to be be done iu a proper manner. Winn the du.e ihut this reaction -hull Uke place, and when iuJ i die oua reductions hall Ui rolled fur, IhU II w'J have tbo most difficult qur-tioo to con .?* r, h w to relievo the people from the prwurc ol 'aiati 0/ Y r lordships will reinemher t> at the slate of the "U * mech altered from what It Wan t'?Ufifr day- ' a j,rta? tfrTM of miit/riUini s? train# uu.' ? at I ./? . <* not only 0^ fAc b-ti of ike population, but ?f" h *? .?"? ' ?? ? fariT/ lii/i (Ac-m ?o imi.iunr.rabl . ^mrtuM 'V >1 ? ? '< ? vral/A. If your '?ie? pre-m too heavily on pNxi-'-tivr in dustry, you aititicially in< emo that t? tei> ue> by " n '? 1 lug it difficult for men to live at home, audth uiu e the very source* of your power. The same tffeel will be produced upon your trade. In Ike tWr <M Ik uxrld. with cuiiue rimlt mi thr. utker tut- </ A Uii .'i uilh t/f cumpdilion 0/ ynur <ot,m i.j to miitrn ' 13 i?< f*" Citnnit without injury !o ths vital *mmt of yrnr ;?>u>.r 1* pot* taxation upon trad* and iwhmtry tjry,,ioi a r. ij.i m amvi Hli and fheivfore, when pi ace returns, jou will Mud if this system of loans in carried much furtb?r. that in will have inflicted a most irreparable injuiy up u tie country. 1 hope that these thing* will b< ;der?d not cnly by your lordship*, but also by tb? pMb, 'ol that there will be a general desire to prevent ihr c. .i tlnuance of the pro: ent onmmous expenditure. The bill then passed through committee. Svcccm of the Now French Ixmmi. OTMCIAL FIN A NCI A I, STATISTICS. The l?raiicJi Minister of Financs has addre?s-d th? Al lowing MM to the Emperor:? Siw ? 'Hie lout returns relative to the lean of 750, 000, two having reached me, 1 hasten to lay before your Maje'ty the definitive renultsof the subscription. The amounts indies te?l approximative^ in my report of the .'KJth ult are coullrmrd and even exceeded. The number of itubecrlbem actually Miiouiitu to 318,86.5. Tlie capitnl ?ub?cr(h*i fiir is 3,C5V!,5fll,?85f., vie., nubscriptiona of MM and under, which are not to be reduced, 2U1,9'JS,15SC; ol'Mt an i up wards, subject to proportionate red?eti"n, ii,420,O71,MOr. Ihe departments have furnished '2^,571 dub.teribew for an amount of l,X18,T0U,o.'tSf. Hie i,-W3,888,46i'f. <ub scribed in Paris included about 000.000,000 from abroad. The lenth part deposited in l'arb) and iu the department ? by way of guarantee, forms a total of 3Q6,'.?v)ll>8f. In order that m vonsidciable a sum shall lie kept as short a time as poNtiiblo out of cireulatiou, I ha I made pruvi ? nal arrangements which allowed the restitutions to lie <-?m nienced on the day following the clo e ol the loan, and the reimbursements made in 1 aria already amount to more ttun U'0,000.000. The preparations oft he certificate* for ti??* subscription ', which are not to lie reduced, is almost com plete. Tlie liijuidatii n of the HubHcriptiont to bi' reduce! could not be proper !y conjncnced until the receipt of the de. fiuitlve returnn, which fonn theeseential basis fir tho dlvi eirm. It is now In course of execution, an I every tB"tv sure has been adopted to carry it on with the greatest activity. According to tho law of 11th ot July list, the loan comprises u piincipal sum of 7."j0,(K)0,(XH)f. . aula snpplenient of80,000.00i)f., destined to facilitate 'h?' livii dutfon of the subscriptions and to cover the discount. Justice require.- that, after dei'.ucting the amount of the subscriptions of A0f. und under, all that reuiaiii^. princi pal and > im plement included, should be as much as pos sible dlvidtd proportionately auipng the subscription* subject to reduction. Jhe matheaiain al proportion ac ciuing to eueh subsirriber would be ldf. 92c. per cent on the sum .subscribed. Hut in order to prevent a fraet tonal division, w hich ix coatrary to the rules which regulate the grand book of the public debt, a-.nl to avoid ditlicul ties of execution quite insurmountable, it is nece- ary to effcct the liquidation by multiples of lOf. for routes of l.COOf. and under, and by multiples of lOOf. for those of a higher amount. It. will necessarily result from this ar rargement that, as in former loans, somo will have a little nioic and others a little less than their actual pro portion. The balance of all the e differences, more or le^s, m ill leave but a verv unimportant disposable residue. I have conformed to tho spirit of justice which animates j our Majesty in appropriating this residue to the small subscriptions of Sot'., 001'., 140f., 1501'., 2 1 Of., and 280f. Iheee e/ tugories wfl.o, in fact, the least favored by the tuiitf of reduction established on tho ahovo mentioned bii-i-. I am, with profound respect, & r. .MAcyE. Sputu . M iOKlD. August 0, 1855. Tlie It'iU'tt < contradicts a report winch had been in cir culation of a loan which was to hare be.en made by the home of Weruer in 1'aris, as well as another relative to the settlement of the debt. The Junta, which is to rrgulate the t irilTs, has he-1:! installed. The payments for the month of July will com mence ou the tlth. 'I ho cholera is diminishing. Tchin, August 9, 1856. (Ji neial lVrcy, who is charged by the l.ngli~lv govern ment to organize an Italian legion, has arriv d here. Saxony* The session of the Saxon Chambers was elos. d 011 tho 7th inst., by tlie King in pe.r? n. The following passage occur* in ine royal ppeecu: ? The recent political complications to whi"h I alluded on the opening of tho session have not yet arrived at a oivitlon; but we entertain the well-founded hope that Gerni^ny end our ir'axon country will be spared the ca lamity and the sacrifices of war. I'ln firm attitude of the iieimcn Confederation to protect the honor and in teres' of (ieimany has considerably contributed to this result. My government has likewise ;ihwiys spoken in the tune sense nt the Met. I'll#' CutlioMc C'!>nr?l? In Itnly, Sjialn. mid Mwltiwluid> POSITION OP TIJE CLEROV IN I'lTDMONT ? KE3M TAN? 13 OK THK NUNS? T11K POPK'S lLI.OCITTIONS. flurin. (-log. 0. ) Correspond' nee or' I/>ndon Time*.] lhc (locution of tlio (vnvent law progress with at few impediment' an could well lie expected. The oplsio pacy generally reeonimendol resistance, which, In the cum' uf tin' convent* t<> he taken possession of, was in many i nset obeyed, an fur a* lucking; the outer doors a nd sriVirg th" officers of justlco the trouble of breaking them o|?n. With regard to the parish prient* who were en titled to an aduitional stipend under the ??me act, and which their bishops forbid them to accept, there would not probably have been found >to much subordination, and a conviction to this effect '.s n< . t unlikely to lie the chum' ol the foi'owing paragraph. which appears at the head of the lending article lu the Aruumiil ot this day: ? ?We bow with reverence before the Masters in Israel. Our bishops thought it light to supplicate the Holy N>e before permitting the parish pri< sts to receive the Nne iict s, and the t-overeign Fontiff has allowed it, while pro* testirg. .\c. Kri.m this time therefore, that which was illegal becomes lawful by permission of that sovereign authority which prohibited, and all diftcuaeion for us ceases.'' Thus the Court ef Rome yield* the point which it could noi maintain, but under protest, as u invariably does. Iki t' xl of Qm allocution* mmaeM by the Pope In the Consistory of tbe ilfitli ult. hns reached us. Tho lirst j all oution relera to the affairs of Sardinia, It commences by paying that on the 22d January last his Holiness c< mplalned in an allocution of the ''grave wrongs'' which the Sardinian government had. for a long series ofyears, daily perpetrated against the Roman Catholic Church, and against the supreme power and dignity of the Holy See; and declared null and of nj effect, each and all of the decrees issued by that government to the prejudice of the church, and especially the ??unjust ntnl fatal" law for the suppression of religious houses. In making those complaints and that, declaration the I'ope had hoped thut the Sardinian government, returning to better sen timents would "cease to persecute 'he church, an hasten to repair the wrongs done it." Bui it hid ) done > o. "We say with sorrow, not only that the IModniontone goveri n cut has not lent ear, either to the supplication of its hl?hops or our ok u eihort ations, but miking new and more serious attacks on the church, on our autho rity and on tl. at of the Apostolic f^ee ? openly despising our reiterated protest* and our pat-'mal warnings ? ha i Lot feared to approve, sanction and promulgate the law on religious houM'*." Tbe I ope lament- that this conduct "obliges him to de part f.otn the mildness and mo-ekne*n which are natural to him," and to have rvceurae to severity "in order not to fail in hla duty and abandon the cause of the church;" and after Mating that this severity Is in accordance with the example of his predecessors, "who never hesitated to act against the degenerate and rebellious '-hildren of the chuicli, and to smite the violators and obstinate usurpers of it rights i<lth the penalties set forth in the holy nut-ons," his Holiness thus proceeds: ? "Wo, theietoie, again raifejour apostolic voice in your au>;n*t assembly, and we blauie anew, we condemn, an I declaii null iD'l of ao effect, the law above mentioned, and all and each offer acts and decrees which have taken pla *e in Heamont the detriment of religion, ot the church, of our authority, and of the rights of the Holy Se< ? acts ,-iud decree* or which wc spoke w th sorrow in our allocution of the Kd January last. We are, bf -i les. obliged to declare, -vith th?- most profound regret, that all these who in I iedmont have not feared to propose, ap prove aud sanction th -aid measure, and the law against the church ,uid the right* of the lloly See, that all those also vho ate < inploye 1 by them, who give support, coun sel and adl esion, and wbo execute their orders, have in curred major excommunication and the other ecclesiasti cal |.enaltlo- and censures enacted by the holy canons the apost< lie constitutions, tuid the decrees of general council*. | .irticular'y those ?f the Council nl T rente. " The lots- concludes by -tatiug that after exercising severity, ne remember* that he " occupies the place ot Him who In wrath remember- merer,'' and that, there

fore. "In humbly pray the I/OrU our God " to bring hack to better sentiments th< deg nerate children of the Holy Church in Sardinia, and to ?howe. his ble-.ings ou the hi-hep* (ti 1 clcigy of tin" kingdom " in their prevent agony and tribulations." Tie sec<nd allocution "f t)ie Pope la on the affair- of Sjalti and Switw. land. After rtc*pitulating the princi pal points i f the concordat, concluded some time ago with > pain- one of whi h >a* t hut the property of the church should he iut luble? his Holiness declare ?hat that convention h.i been impudently outrag? i aud violated : ? " l aws have been pa**ed which, to the gmat damage of retigii ti, dc?tr"y the ii rst .md second articles of the t on con at, and which order the sale of the property of the church. Variou' deer. .. have be? n publish' 1, by whi' h bishop* are.interdi ted from confi rricg iacred order*; by ?hl"h ilrgtns oons< c aW to ti<>d are prohlbitod from rtd initting other women icto their Institution*; and by whl 'b lay chaplaincies and other piou* institution* are to b? completely *e<ula riled." Ihe protects pre**ute\ aewln-t the'e me* ure < had, he s?v?, t?-n <U?reBwi.'e.i b- the "-piin'sh government, and seme bishops who had opposed them hail been forcibly r?m visl fioni their di4.ee*. H* bad therefore deemed it ne. essary to order his Charge d'Affaire* to leave Ma diid nn?i, mot cover, says hi* Holinesv? ' Itai-ing our v tee in your a?*enibly, we complain of all that the lay goverr.men* ha* done and 1* still doiii'? In ? ptln. unjustly sga nst the hur . h, against it* liberty ?nd right* against <i* and tl .? authority of the Holy Ses?, ??'1 espe-iallT w< dasply ilcplore our ne'cmn on^ordat violated in defiance of international law, the authority of ti e l.i-h' p- prevente,^ in the e*ercl*e of the sacred n inis try . tl.e vii ience emplovel sg-vtnrt them and the petri monyofthe -hur h usurped n -pit* of all Ilvine an I hu man laws. W- ther'f.re in v tne of our *|c.tr!ican h i ty ?? nsure a' ? i-n ?? .in I w'the .t va ie and without fece null ar I o"1 no eSeet, for the post ar 1 'he [ fotice, the raid laws ar.d decree* I?**iy, we, with all o i: r powrr. wiin theantboss r,f all th^o- a-idaciot a' and so *i)".>r> ird ?"rp lca'? {hrtp ?o coa^lder serioys'y Af ?. a .. \ * U?4 ?f Ul- AlMffct* * ['law iml i k? ? ... *? *? m?I nt?n> of a-m t ifc. t .1 ,? ??"" r**r**<? *? ifc* ?m>M l?? Ituk"." sl'J. *??!*: *r? 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WiU1l. hiMr of Nometliir.g of Importune to hi, a'1v*;ita?. ? f, ulre.?l, Kiv.n ly tbo pr.M to th? , ?, ' ed^'bat l'{,? * ll " '1"'y ? ? " " ' >| r ed Ibat the witter wh* c*t?ndln? lii, f?T,?-. trict wh?r? ho (the applb-ant; rr^id^J, an'l b. w*. . ? already with ?omo.lofi*e of ?ucoi>.<. (ii,. u,.t.u.... w?, had .. in., ivitlun )n? knnwle.'^a nuaibatol't aaorvarhw [ wan,whoram? to liim , Mr. Ad*"*) Vbou* T f. . ' iig?, and eutreaW him t,. h. I,. h!?, ,u ?**)? ri i i 'Uf' n ,hat * oil i'l ?h.? , , at I .. r P '?'??> An.' . . ? hit . MN r V'"'' '" Pr""? 1 " I... .... him .1 l.ttcr "f "tip'.M",-"! iK>a,"r ,.|. .ft, . ! V JV',,r - 'ndinm# vr. m.l t ti> . */?. ? , Uipirl of that b?- (Mr. Adanm 1 no v h?bl in lllH b 1 -I tt v .. ,n flu ' ? l.illii,^ f,. , n , for .Ih l-Mapo, 1- iU .1 <>n tb* s?mo 'da, Z 1, .' 1 "l"'1. s "I ''"mplauiN fi'1,111 oilier 1, . ' ""ip latMM tnS i?Ml ?.M .1 ' , " ' t<> in. vim hia forwwrdliMr tk< ? .... 1 ?J piar at t,r-t t though tlx- wrl:, r 1, hlniM.li ot 11 London UJroctory to ,it,t;,in thi- u.i.V .,1 t"i?. w,u"? '""1 thi* .uppou; , ?? j.,. nl.nancfd by the (i.-, that tho u? Jftr a|| * would-be rid mm, ax far a* were at tri-. nt know 1, r... I nolTl l*1 r"or^ i' tl. r of tli? ?fph*b. t. but thai lid no| bold ?0<m) in Die ntHtan'-t ?t the ninn reterr*., 1 ?U^^-'1!ntfc*dd^T*,vWer6n"tin tl"-' ?U""' -torlea. ,v. "dven t'.. ni .U? 'h#t ?t"" ?P""nr?eo.iM not le giren lo the obTiou* moiivea ofthewriUr wln.1, ,1 . t ended fr?? the M'l.ore ?f trade,m,? ,!? ,bat ol 'tl., &ri to t?,8n0rain i U1'l{I,,t 1,0 at"'n<-^ "i'h .ii ment- ' 'n,|'>''"n,lcu,1y tin -irinus U,-aj,p"?t. ??,. ? V 4 applieation, a, tw5 -k ^ cul.lk ty ,, ul I certainly not 1k. given to hU,U prarlUe. V t'Ute,,? wns *ri*ten in a -.h.-.l t y " I'niid, and, although the maniiaerlpt purl -.nly ? ..n -Med of three or four line,, it contalnid exacfli a iiiauy ignorant mis-sjM-llings of the mo?t ordinary w 'd-. Tbe Harvest In Kurope. t<? THK IWTOR OK TIT* I O.VDO* TtVW. At u period of tbe year when there it alwsy- sonn uuxiety respecting the result* of Uio harvest, but more especially this seraon. owing to the heavy rain* which lm( lately preuiilod, it uriy tKS well to OOnMer wlu?t in the position of this country an regards the food question, ami what the prospect of price# and supply during the next twelve months. It is a subject ol (he utmost im portance at all timed, affecting, a# it does, to n great extent, oar foreign exchanges, and the prosperity of neatly every branch of native industry. Hut it is of more than usual importance that there should be no cause fer alarm on thi.i question when the country In engaged in agreat war, and it* energies are clogged l>y < x trnotdinary taxation. The crop of 1H.>4 in the I'nittd Kingdom hu< proved to be one of the most abundant on record. It was I u-cd in s | lend id order, and, the crop of the previous ymr being nenrly exhausted, consumption began on it nt one. with little mixture of old g>ain. Ii was supjosed that from thia, and the redaced foreign import*. the crop would scarcely sufli-e to carry us oter to another harvest, liberal, therefore, ??< farmers deliveries have been, high prices have ruled thioughout tht seuon, m it was always sutpo.'fod tluit the deli veries could not be kept up, and that the pinch would ccme at last. It Is not long siiice that even 120*. per quarter whs spoken of as luinir a likely llgure I* fore ?mother crop should be matured. Hot what U the ac tual remit/ Here we are on Ihe eve of another harvest, yet farmers' deliveries keep up on Ihe same ???al?a* iu spring without the fmallcst indication of exhaustion, ond there is -till no country demand of confluence in the port*, where stocks of foreign grain begin to accumu late, All danger Is therefore pa-t. Now, with respect to our prospects for the future, all we require to give us an average crop ill tins Country is tolerably -caw nublc v.e.ilhcr. No doubt the lati rsins may have done some injury to the wheat crop" j bnt with dry* weather tor the ingathering. there will l>? little eause lor complaint, and e\en shouM theiobe a 4*.'i '"iejKj in the yield, it is litely to be more than maABli; the in creased breadth oi land nnder <Mltt*atlun. narve.i will b" th.? e <ir four weeks later than usual, .-o we ?hall have only elev* n month* to provide for out of Uie new crop im .ead of twelve. Not withstanding tbe war, and that lrance, America, and the Mwliteminean (Egypt except ed) have been sealed against us, yet we have rn.in.ig d during the last twelve months to Import over 2.000, 0?0 quarters of wheat and ttour. Hit l>?n ube is now open, ana trom Ualat/ and Thrall uiwards of six hundred cargocs of br> tdetafls have been already shipped, tbe bulk of |wiieh will find its way to the l mted Kingdom. The prohibi tion of the export of grain from Ku-sia has been re moved, and extensive shipments are now being made by neutral veaselt fiom Ismail and Kent. In He?sarabia. No doubt pait of the produce usually sent to Odessa *IU ls> conveyed to these ports ? the distance not being great and, unless the Ifinube be again blockaked, the ?hip mints cannot be stopped. forgoes begin alieady t ar rive from Trieste, Leghorn, Suraits, Ac,, which hare been completely shut out from us for a length of ne. Ihe crnj s in !-pain and Portugal are already -ccnT-nd ,.,n.i areSxcellent both In quantity and quality. S n haa shown uh this year what she can spare beyond her own c? nsumption, and now that the business is established, she in likely to export more next season. The reports of the crops iu Germany and 1 enmark are satisfactory. All that i? wanted is !alr weather. Our mainstay, however, for fcujply next season, is America. On this subject i beg to give the following a notation from the circular of the iftth of July, received by last -tean>?r from the well known Htm of Vosim. Osborne, Svtnc ft Co, ?t New York "IVeadstuffs have gradually reeled to our present quo tations. without any demand beyond the hand to-mouth requirement- of local consumption. All cLi<ho? of buyers have arted with extreme caution. The weather has con tim ed remarkably propitious, and wheat cottlng is ex tending rapidly towards the Nortbc n States. This crop maj now be *on?idered safe, and for extent of acreage, abundance of ylsld, excellence of quality an l condition, It Is understood to be unprecedented in the agricultural i.nnals of the Vnlted ^tate*. Within .i fortnight from thia time the wheat harvert of 1H5.S will, in all probability, bsve t.een entirely secured. and we will endeavor shortly hereafter to pre.ent a report to our friends, tn the ireantlme. as estimates of the yield this year are current, we may mention thet theee generally vary botween 18 C 0,000 and 20,000,000 qnart?rs. which at the usual ave i ?ge per cent of surplus, at about preterit prices, would pern It ?n export of .1, (XX), 000 to 4.000,000 quarters of wheat and flour during the cereal year, from the 1st of Peptember, 185ft, to the 1st of f-'ptembor, IBM, from the r nlted States." All the other advice* from the Htatee ar? of a siiriiar rhara-ter Floor has been sold, for delivrry at New York in October, at t7, or about Wt pe- tarf! A: Bal tJmr* * the trade, and the declio* io ?Wit m on* w?A wa* 1$?. per 'fuartcr. I Ii kitg then to Ameri.a, -puln, the Baltic and tho M??ii irr??w?n, th> re U no ii-aeon to doubt th.it our ?? ? .jn import*, wrbiu the nuxt twelve month*, will tm ' "V to & < 00 OOu quarter* of wheat and Moor, or up ??r i. if . soil we have an average crop in thi'i coun try, ??'! ."?'j <>?? n nn nth- to provide lot iuhtflod of i*rh? t> t tikaly that t)i- pre-ent raw of prirea win ? > ..<?? - The '.?? t * .?iklj average U 77*. 7d. iwr i, ait#*, < nl |>rtms It.. I tic wbeut i* quoted In tlio London ?ill" M? to t*>>. per quarter. Surely thin afford* > m ft ? a Una IV* kc-t proof of the total want of oft. i*. ta th? pr"mt rate* i*, that the late rainn ha<< .?! ? in checking thi' downward tendency it?<>?ft>i ut 'be kingdom. In H.irk lime wheat f.-ll 3*. CMMlff Ml Honda* ml ill t ???.!? tho deelino ou ..!?? ??? lui.taj."*. to 4a. Mr qr., with Ilttlo doinjf. Iht* h-.wivrr , !? u* n ly tk beginning, and uuli-i the a>.. 't?r mtthiN nu|iri'|.ltiou?, with our proepecta . I ?nfi'i} ?i- may ioi.V t ir a far Bort important foil I htHi* Ut H h* lemeitib. ri-l that piicca are jolt I.fc.. ?ktl Ikn wore two or threo your* ugo. Abbw atUi he liai Uallj k ft up by mM Im?M *pe? ? tint -ba h .ur ut i> W-.nuiK tuuat Mine, and bet td that H f?M tM. M'r* MhMllI ??njf:i?r<':<">r?tn are . i '? ?<! ban hereafU K*periinro prove* that hm cautn?- ?tU giv. it- thiir aurnlu* without much mai4 tu prier. auk-. It be UWlb low; and why, nh| to jfitimi priec* kin (Ml MM -taud, ah uM flit*, awanlrj |*j m.llh.n ?t> rllng uiora than in | M Hiji tor What MM MKItAjl NM to U? f It. iir>. I h?v.- ?ta<e*l are completely corroborated bt la ? 'bat ttii ir rlri ulatl- n ill your column* may, I 'i i #. i i mil to hum any ?ppr*h?n?lon on thi* .|ue-tion f-r ft ? curog year an ; gtai that confidence which I* so 4**ll ihle in a **#?' roaimercial community. taw -i . f?ar obedient aervunt. VtKKl'ATOR. |j- nan art Aug. ? l?U MarhtU. lli.Mt M 1IMT t-rMay evening. August It).? tkt nftt^h fund* "pried tMn morninir at fue rloaiQg ,, titMM nil yi-ter lay but am I'twiiiiiced a line of Ml et^hth Wtiirb ?*- uixintained tSIM i'bjne?f ImMMMi tb* n.nrtrt wmg tu the faioiatilr change in the weather mot * >ttaii*ti!i.ia ia tt.e li-niaad for mooi y, prmcnUnx atti^rtbrr a ttrni'f MMMb Tin Mmi l((Mwi t. a a< v wa? <> ', ?? *? au?l tb?y left off at VOU to !>1 fc.i axiar) ai?<i tf t? ft>i the i.ih it HlfliabW. After ragalar I i ? mmi tioim took mtmrr at a further ad vaan. <rf aa "Whth Tt>a ?! fr'-in I'arl* of Ki v?l liav III) t-e- a a?'? i.?l bv the IWtic ttn t With aoine aucce** ? 'k' '?ii throughout the day. It., adatra- fr. M tail* today e> nbrm ttn- *tat- inent i ? '? i a"'nt of thi lunch lonnwillbeat I filial* t( UK |?i . ? ut of *h* amountu a>k?d for. ft *p?. i t lb. re*nra>>f Ik* ?urjlu? dapueitlto the Vagti b '-.iir-a .1 lake jbee on M<>u<lay or Tue? day ( itgn ? <11 ad} . with au average niaount f t iw ? la Twrkl-b punliiae* agiun took place at an i*Tea~T *n-t Itini i|H"*~'iiffl t iW'i kaK'j. Hie g! ttr . r?a ai-tioO" i ai 'l- d- lauadnr, 4* tir'iuada, I ai V" the I . hi ; I M. vi in - 1 *t , l'i ruviafl f..i ai U'lt M an ?)', V I I ? IIM la f"i a ? unt, 31. tbr famt prie? i4 I e?iib .-rip ?u 3 to J', premium. In *1 ? <? fa nrti'i^'i 'b< af*#ea.- n tbe ratf upon l"ai<? ?? ? nil 'dr I r'upi Ik itb regaril taather pla^i-i llarr* wa- ' uatifi ? ' latportaaei' 1 1 r ' . . a ?'k. ? t| -a. rmig ? ? - .lii. t, but .u aon> ? i a?* a a MMiv) )? a ?? nht*ta*4 It* - i ff 'i- a i tha Jirreb Thrw |? r (Vnt* ib ii. I .... I itrw t! ,i? eieau.g, a-iw '71. '.'Or. |br m i a- *4 ?.;? Ii Dm a<e..i at, <ti.,a ng aeari I) any tar ' > a 1> t ??i a bait )*ttata WM*I? t?4i Mi . Iiwi f maa Mntll ? UK III JtMtKO I OkHr-PtlMliKMt n. RwlMMi, July 7, lillb t ? i I m4 1 1 /? . 'k I ' J?ly ? Afrtlf/Wld y ( ??' ?? * M rl^?t,rttU K-r i'j - Th. \ No I c i|>|4r illy t'ariaea will jiil to morrow n o. lung maker e inaiaad < t t'apt. Ilotfaure. for New W.rk bj wh*iae (K.ii.a?-- thi* le'tn alii bv- lian.U'd to th.i I .n.tih o' .tiilv W ' ?l. t.rateil In Hue ?t}ir, but *>? ?>t Ml ti'l a. ha. tug ?<> v???'I of a .i in port, "ur < iiaaaiev*ia*?d lavitatioa* lu all Americ?* in |>ort to vialt blM at hi> re i raw ?'. *t day. .no ; ot whom en ? we red thi lavitatma by tln-lr peewect til I i.tidvr ittkd aeal <41 weU. Mm. I ?n Ai?? ri 'tfU l.?Jj Mil i maffi tahlc, at whi'*l' I butt lh? b?*oc>r t-? He* |*r?- ? nt. A' tliN t?W?* four nation ?r*r< ivprMaN, tKe wn<* fhrn in l?n?kt I* I iiglixlt I*/ 4 ?. i * 1 1 r> ^ it i" U< ?i HraiiUn, iho ro# a nil ^ ? * Hit rouafry <M *lfti \> W ? l.;nk ? n Uhi* T? IkU nil ii? ? n> m .!)?? *a I drank ? buai|4r. I hh# tun?t < kiUt**?"i a| | rc?|?f iitt to tb** or ^a?l<>n. Aftrr dirndl tm tuff* -t? ,| !?? a tiM? Iri f?5< tbat I iouW rail oft Mr. Trnf- M* our ut nmn *t* r but ihr) iltfi'M that I a a* Um ? t mf I t,f *u?i a ij lar aaU ii t<? ftBdtbfr ocm *!<<?. I hi Uiaf tfbiitk'ti i4 thr r?ilr? .% 1 -Ii iff* 1 1?* ? Wu r<? w> plrt?^. It IMP OTHNMI win^b ?l4??aUhft r*i> n ** lb*'." ?????? t lily .*<? taai nhanr* to u-trll.ufr au i ftato imi- lu?r?? f?*f. Tl?l*v ftf? al R |n rwilwi tM? ?t?jr *4 it I#r ?l* tro, |f? a Ira timfm th? rhi)r??a*l I* l?j K CHUiiMf oa4. an<l b^H Im l^riftl Mftj \y 4? t?? a???mt ta tb?' fr^n* ? t? o? Thtam >rn it ft . ?M) ?lajr l-4f??r ilmu thr ktfc#?r ??f wlitr'i tbia aaat ba eoeatdSfwl a f^r Hvw Kadr "f ;<?rt? nby, tYi?*?tfr< *v toia ol ta!lr? n?| ia*( io -tr-l trwil a '?aw Wi-I i.iajr l?o fWr\m 1. ?? thrrt ia tau- b ta i<??i in tb? ? I i ?? t r i ? buti?A of th?* "taro*. I*. It. IIMtMr) . DLATII or U-MfKHXM MVTr.ll.tl. (' OLD i*TOXK II \MM >'K > OF KKKTSCKT. Tbe iMdnlllr O nr?.r irt yi Irrd-iy hhWN tin. ' Onwtttor Th? ?ii?? - Mrlnlfr lied at hi? rwiJww, " I oreat Itetreat " In Nlchuia county Ky.oi "aturo.y riming, Angu-t If of rholrra ll? *?? a ?? of Kb ..,u t county. Ye.< where he Waa fcrrn ' ? the joth si HUr> b When <|iiite young, hb|?ratf emigrated to Keu Inrkjr, ud wtlM la h)rHII (uwll. vburf hr had Una advantage M attending a country -<T,<iol for a lew month*. At tie age of iltlrai m ?u indent wed to i atone ?>.< ?<>(>, it ml aerved three re.i r? ntirr hip whin, ?t tk* death of hi fcthar, be *Mih?rtmkiniilhteii i r hi* mother and id?ter. lie *??*?? ry fond ? *tvdy, and em ployrd hi^ UUurr time In nmililif *.1 )u l??W lit ap|?aird a- k puldii ?p .tkrr. In 1 Hi. I he eotMMttded a company at Fort Mi-ig- While in th<- irmy h- * *?? el> ?? t- 1 ed to tin' [i|ilUtVf, ro-fuing ill the Votes In bit rounty j but thirteen. H?- ?k ? U"-trd to t'ongreea in t Ml 4* fcatiug Jo ?jh Pe-ba. afterward* Oovernar. I 41 ad br *a? the '? National Republican eawttiliMIn <lov# nor, | aari beat the Hon Win. T lUrry, who rapiewratrd th> Jackion InUrent, by a inaj"rt') "t ? '??. n hand rod 1 i nine Yf.tf". Iki' (Mrirr rrlatr> tin 1'., Hon iug i.i 1 ? llit, Cmrfi MrPiillt, of South t'ar..,,na. basin* > b I 1 linKwl him ta fight ? duel he ?c pted, an^ae KeotW' ky \ rile* and ten pace*. Tin B ia uatiofr tarottiiian ha -??i j ont. In 1H.T4 he wa? rl I?ra to tin- Mile in 1M0, loiidr l'reaideut of the Ho.iid "I Internal in^.r-v. I nrati; tnlMfi appoint r4 to till Mr (n 'mdena nnes pirrd turn In thefenate. *,????? tb? u li<- h-n conned hiin?elf to hia f.?i m. aituated alawt half way May** llle and Islington Tb> < u ri- -*y? tlk.it 1 ? 1 old age hi* inteiU.toul atrength did not 1 ? .n? [ and that a ?tone meant by tr* c he alway? I .a- irt < >1 hi* aei vice In that honorable line of the no ham .irt- | itnd delighted in b< lag calh i the "OM Moa> Haii i' I Hi ?. .Ilia l\ HiKWtl 'IN tt tin-fry ValWy V V ! M tkr iith in?t. Jwipt llwnn'iul >? 1 .1 tuy a rontuclcd with tl.- hi-:, ry "f Uw flat# * a |<ru .? ?nt politir uri ll< >a< 1 nnnlirr ol tlx* I . mi. ? ii'h I ? yr> - 1816-17, and ormptat a xtt in Uw "tot# H nat onring the y*Hr? 1?1H- lw .1. Ii?- v ? wHl in ? tin r. 11 miinlty a- tbr au'h r of tbr I'. Uti 'al llwtflfl ot thr Mati', in three *>lmM ain h rnlurt ?- a ? 1 . <* rrli " nor, anO f ntaiti.i ? Bkuck iui t il ? (.- ? 1 1 *i go* ain ** *ril aa murh valuaM' liiMi jr of |?4|1I ?l lartta*. Wrdonot know Mr. Iln a*< ln| hi antat bava b?i u <juitr aa oM nnn. T1i? lit* I . I'. I lUB an rariy tt ?? > of U* u r. inity N. Y . wbo wmoo' ? A? >..t ?' M*r 1 1,.. ml, fprakdr ol tl.r Mtehiiran II u?t K>-|tit ? 1 .. . t mm Mnta C< mi trnU? r, Uiad at I ? II ill i? < ? ,? on tl c l?'fh in-'ant h?*trT lU^i* l>^., a rw*i.|nttiT? ? <4diar >lo-l Cbnltnafi'id Ml.-- , on tb? 14 1 !? i- ?t ? * ??' yn.f 111-' wHow if tb< lat? Jarrp > 1. ton 1 11 the 2Sid iiiwt , afirr a l>rn 1 iiu? in Itowr dmt, io that ritjr, Til# II. .a-?. | * tl . danglifrr of the lata Jndga W.ti > . t ttv M?.- bu ?rtt< Court of r< uunaa IV-- aa>i tb< ? '1 tit Wetniori'. K?<| , I'rrti.li ut ??( tklOa'kilMlf W?|a-r lloa T Bi. W Mnrjr. tbr arti' ' and p ? ' . tin nlf ?i ? 1* <J ' id of tke drrmaad MtiVrd f i D> -tM in li? I . unit r tn Hatu lay la?t Ink i>ki itv am> Rmxat-llcint f?ur ? ntb? I iff" a M'afaiing man aaawd hrfnTM Harrklill ?MMa4 I at N>? YorV, on t>"?rd tb?- bnrk %la??li<i, tmki<4far ? * pool. Ilr I. ft a ?if. and an m'.nt .hi. 1 b? 14 oat--- I If g lioti?? on OraD.I ?tr?' t with aio?ir lunao- 'o ui unt.'l I in rotii-n fi-ui i ur. yr n|i< b >a|p-ird a1 ut tb:f* wrrka -tnrr ?brn b?'!i~' *? r?-4 tlat ?i'h?n a ? <i\ ?I ?ni afti-r bii* drpaiturr n tbr l?.r* bl Im I.. ? b.id ta'M-n up aitb an- bi man, and <Ha' 'b?> bad M\ tbrrity. Ibrough brr r< ualn ?b? hami tW ab?r. ii.li-l with a man umnl W?-iiurll ?b. lit 1 ia h. . fui kjr, but a -hort di?tanrr fr< m (Inr.nnnti, ? !!??? ?>, diatrly f?t off for tbi* locality. CYo??inc the rf? ' dlacotrrcd that a prrmn of tba' nar^r nw .*4 a aaaali farm n tbr vicinity of iWvncr, an iTi>iting tl %t (4a - l?a ?? drrxtod that WHm> li **? lltin* "itb a aunan wh- ut t. ha.l l.iii l) 1 1. utl.t ' 1. ' < I a ' and wWn t.f b - ?ifr I.a?t Ibnr* ay 1.1,'t I- 1 . ?> tbi ruant wife and b- r paramour, it wna late, ao-i tkey i.nd rtlrot to Itrd, and, ?hil* rtjj. ring bin a>y t? tb> ifco r < f tbeir habitation, be waa att?< kol by a d ?r an4 aft< r a rain attempt to pai-lfy tbr animal, br ab-t turn ibr- ugb tbr brad. The m i?> aroufed WelnwU, ?ho ennr ??the ifoor. wbrn Marcklett ruahr.1 neon him. and a? tbr ."lo r retrtafed, ahouting mnrdrr, Marrfclett Bre?t tbree poV'l phufn, an<t Welmt-ll fell, ai'|4irently a rorpee Tbe w -nan nho waa in the room in whlrh tbla trafe<ly war br.ng nacted. fled through a back entrant and t<-A ret igr hi a barn, IraTlng tbe child behind, whii-h IV hoahan l carried off, -incr wtilch no trw* of eitbrr h.i* hnrn hvl Weimrfl reeelxiwl two <*f tbe ahota? one In b - "h-nl it, the ether In hi* riebt brenat N'rl her of them .r? ronaldered fatal. Tl?e third graMd bl< ear and I a'.fe.| lo one of tbe hedix ?t?. Marcklett had ?toppr.l at a fkrroer'a named kt. KlnlrT. about three ni|.? dlatant from Welmell, < n Wrd nradat night, whrrr he renminbi until nrion i n Thnraday. and to wb rn hr told tlto ^rll culara of hi* Wifr u deaertlon. eiprxatng merely hi- ilc termination to take thr child and |r?ee th< guilty pair unmolested. Tlir aequrl, howreer. proved that be went fuepared to take rrernge for the wrong be had ?ulTerr.t t i? ?tippo?ed that be rame dire.-t to tai* city.? <\nc?a noli Cnym'rrr, ^toj;. fl. From for K10 Jav?iro?W? uuder-Utid Wr*e ecntracta hate l^en madr at*1!. Iy>nl? and Alton f.r Boar of a ?uneri.>r cjnality, for tbe Hio market The f!r?t <bi|m?nt or 2,000 harrcle arriird yeaterday, on the teemer Fdward Wal?h, fr. m ??. f on ? ? V-.-. Oj^r.w ' Crrp fn'. J*'l, 1*. The Military Encampment at KlngMon, OCB KINGSTON CORKKSPONDKVCE. Kingston, August 23, 186fc. Review of the Troops by the Governor? Animal* Scene on the Ground ? Comment t of the Spectator ? The Light Artillery? The Fourteenth Regime , ?Suggestion* from an Old Soldier ? Hair Mreadi Escapes ? The White Knight ? An Amateur Pig ? ? Swaggering Bullies, $*c. I wrote yon yesterday with a promise to eontinu At two o'clock P. M. I left the village for the grouii The road was one struggling mom of humanity plo ding on through the dust, which constantly ke) rising up like huge clouds of smoke from burnir ruins. Teams with women and children, piled c like Irish mail coaches in olden times, were rack to the imminent danger of neck aud limb; while t) yells of lager beer drivers called bock memories " general training " twenty years ago. Vast w the crowd on the grouud; the magic name of See drew hosts from "beyond Jordan," and many we the mnrmured regrets at his non-arrival. The were generals to be seen, " thick as leaves in V; lambrosa's vale," but they were the growth ol night, and not like the old hero who has won t honors by many years of scrvice, and on whom t country has bestowed the praise, " well done th good and faithful servant." It is true there was " ft nd feathers " enough, but not of the Scottish ord< At four P. M., the brigades were formed in li of battle, and the review by the Governor, who ro his horse like any dragoon " to the manner ben commenced. A detachment of cavalry, with fla> ing swords, aud of pioneers with bearskin caps a battle axes, was thrown out to restrain the eaj crowd, aud many an amusing encounter occurt between these sentinels and " peaceful broadclotl When these gentry were polite to the sovereigns, I sovereigns fell back easily, but when they thre ened, up went Dutch blood, aud it looked as if would eat up horse, axe and all. The long line troojm looked quite imposing, and singular were t commendations and judgments passed by coun lips. The march in column was creditable with some captions. The Light Artillery, much to my regi was the worst feature in the whole. Hut one sect of a battery! some pieces drawn by two horses, wl tbe l>ronr.e of the gun* showed but too plainly t no polishing hand had been placed upon them. Ri gold would have wept. " Is that what you call ing artillery 1" asked a friend. " Call it what please." The cavalry looked well, and bo did the I eotaan of Infantry. Without hesitation I award ??lm of mi mix r-*, uniformity of dres* and step to 4th Regiment. One cannot help looking down line of tnis regiment to see the look of intelligc beaming from many a fare; and how proud it wi make a regular officer's heart to have such mate to work upon. How many days of hard labor c< ; be saved, and what magnificent results could be tained. .\s it is, w hat nationality could, or cat better for flic opportunities enjoyed ? In the second march round, many of the offlc 1 high and low, again saluted the reviewing offi i which in not correct. The practice of saluting i : much too freuncnt occurrence among the offi j themselves. It is not enjoined, and to see a i : officer every time he rashes up to a superior U ? bis cap, is more painful than pleasing. Ton : common expression, it is " running the thing the ground.' It would be better? certainty safe women and children, whose curiosity runs away ' < them ? if the KtdO' and field officers, since the en ? is still far away, would ride more moderately, i ? ?omc hair breadth escapes. " Hard on horsefle ? ?sid an old countryman; and true it is. Tua and yeetetday I noticed a mounted officer, hi# rank, from his decorations, and easily distingui from the fuct that he alone of all the field wore s 11 mountings throughout, whMeemed to belong t . n gin < nt uiid n<> regiment fWiim: he was ever al ev*r riOmg about forlornly, speechiett, wiut? ?ever saw the crowd, an<l as soon oh the review BiituU il disappeared my* e? i'?u.?ly down tbe Cou ro.t.f. Wli.i w m the Wliife Knight nobody so- 1 It know. i Nowly toward nightfall the rrowd began to won < way homewutd, dirtier and wi-er, }.<>rliiip?, tha ( the m'-miug, and thoroughly surfeited with tJ>e feotie m pl?r WVM ukuM-d too. ??? It ought to I for it ik a da> thut will tcrve tor them- n ..t inai ki jltbrtci e lire for year* to come. They saw gr? at Governor of New York, and tbou-ands of aier?, and Utter luuoie and more of it than ev< 1 ore fell on their cart. Obkkhyj ! Our Mtw Brwnim lck Correapondeitce. Or. John, N. H., Angtwt 20, 18. D*fri[ t<im (i / St. John? It* Climate, Soil Xatural Advantage* ? The Harbor ? Bei Arnold? CMxtt ? The Cathedral ? -Veto A ran HftUl? Populate* , 4"f., tf-r. Th? wrather here in cool like O'tober, white ; and light coat* having disappeared. I am told that there ban been only three 01 day* of ml hot weather here thin <mmhod. country, climute. anil and natural advantages < John are very Much underrated The toll and rai aj.j eanotce of the couutry round about he far an I ha\r *e< n.wem well adapted to farmin agrieulti rai purpoaea. The harbor in aafe, hut not very apacloua; i an important advantage over almost every port in the I'rovmce, in being open at ail -eaao the y< ar. The ti<le. whi< h ri-? 2?i feet, and the watet derp. prevent* tlie arruTnulation of ice. The graphical lo< ation of tit John in very "imilar V of New York, ft !i?* l|M a point of land f the iKu.th, with water upon Uith opoj w?-?t i? the tmy, or in .nth of the M. 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