Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 2, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 2, 1855 Page 3
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AFFAIRS IN EUROPE. Our Baden Correspondent* . Badkn-Badhx, August 7, 1855. Diplomatic Re-union at Baden ? American Diploma" tists Prevented from Travelling ? State of Thing s in the Crimea ? Opinion of Prussian Officert in Regard to Sebattopol and it ? Capacity of Rtris' tance ? Progress of the Campaign? Universal Desire for Peace ? Petition of Russia, the Allies and Austria. If there were a chance of seeing immediately any thing likely to affect the statu a quo in the Crimea, I should not have minded the cholera, which is raging in Italy, in order to move a little nearer to the thea tre of war. Of late, however, all correspondents in the Crimea have been placed by the Commander-in Chief, General Pelissier, under haute surveillance, ho that the proas, even the English, must needs wait for the happening of events, before it can commu nicate them to the public. While such a state of things lasts, Sevastopol, from its great distance, is a worse place to correspond from than any other in Europe; while mere matters of fact arc communi cated far ahead of all letters, by telegraph. For a central position, therefore, such as thid placc affords ? within twelve or fouteen hours from Paris, twenty four hours from Berlin, and not more than two or three days from the Russian frontier, which enable t one to compare and collate Russian and French ac counts?is per Imps, quite as eligible as any spot one can select. Besides, during the summer season, Baden is Europe in miniature ? the great re-union of all diplomatists, Princes, Sovereigns, and what not. Thns we have welcomed, within a short space of time, nearly all important families of Germany, Aus tria and Prussia. We have had Prince (iortschnkoff, the Prince and Princess of Prussfa, heirs to the throne of Prussia, the Dowager Queen of Holland, the King of Wurtemberg, the Regent of Baden, u doaen or bo of Russian princes, and to-day we are favored with a visit from His Highness Priace Mus tapha Bey, from Alexandra, Egypt. We have been the rendezvous of the moat notable military ollicera in Europe, we have seen Zepbirs, Zoua\es and Bads cku-Bazoitks, and wo have given shelter to French, English and Russian officers, whose health and limbs have suffered in the Crimea. One might travel a good distance before finding a place with so many opportunities of information united in a small space as Baden, or one where it is more easy to make acquaintances and cultivate those whicu are valuable. People are not afraid of committing themselves in a watering place, whore men may be approached or avoided without giving or receiving offence. Besides, it is so easy, from here, to take flights to the Rhine, to Holland, Belgium, Bavaria, Wurtemburg or Switzerland ? all iu u few hours by railroad. In five hoars you may be in Frankfort or Wiesbaden, in Mentz, or in Stuttgardt; in ten, you maybe in Munich; in a day, in Brussels; in twelve hours in Paris, and so all round. From the old castle you see the Rhine, and a few hours railway travelling will bring you to the head waters of the Danube. Baden is indeed a strategical position, being only an hour from the fortress of Rastndt, two hours from the French fortress of Strasbourg, and in the immediate vicinity of the Black l-Ntrest, which is the Black Sea of Germany. Even some of our Washington diplomatists ? as, for instance. Baron Geroldt, Minister from I'rusuia to the Pnited States ?are now here in Baden, tiesides the rump of the old Ostend conference, in the shape of its l.ite secre tary, Colonel McKea, United States Consul ta Paris. We expected Mr. Mason, our Minister in Paris; but the new diplomatic bill passed at the last session of Congress, seems to make great havoc with some of our ministers and consuls abroad, which is pro bably the reason why the last omnium gatherum of "them, comprising a goodly number of the dies mincrum gentium, took place in Paris, in the month of June, which was done without damage to their pockets. Mr. Perkins, of l,a., tlic drawer of the bill, little expected that the abolition of the secret service money would deprive many of our unfledged or snperanuated diplomatists of a goodly portion ot their influence and usefulness. Things iu the Crimea arc stated to remain "un changed;" but this ia> not true. They are materially cnanged. It cannot be said any longer that the Al lies are besieged; it is very plain that they are the besiegers. They luve approached to within' a couple of hundred feet of the very key of the Russian forti fications, and now, for the first time, since I am in Europe, the opinion of the most eminent Prussian offictt 8? it en whose views are certainly not biased by a predilection in fuvor of the nllies-^s expressed against the possibility of defending Sebastopol much longer. The defence of Sebastopol they say, depends not only on the skill of the Russian engineers, which it must be admitted, is at least equal to that of the French and English engineers; nor oa the bravery of tbe besieged, which thus far, has been unsurpassed by any people fighting behind ramparts; but eniefly on the difficulty of victualling the place, and subsisting any consl dei able number of tr<?us in the Crimea , without hnv Ing access to the sea. There is no internal navigation in Russia, (rivers like the Wolga bfing not yet navigated by steam,) so that the transports most travel immense distances in wagons, drawn by horses or cattle, who, in turn, tire difficult to n-ilmi-t on the steppes. The town or f ortress of Sebastopol, having been for seventy years in a position to an ?wer an a general depot of arm*, nmniunition and ?tores, lmd accumulated immense supplies; but these have gradually been consumed daring the siege, and cannot he replaced as long as the allien are in force In the Crimea, tuid capable of enforcing a strict blockade of every Russian port in the Black Hci and the Sea of Azoff. The Black Sea, being almost u mar* clanium is easily blockaded, and, in spite of the disasters of last winter, and the description of the ancient*, is not nearly as destructive to naviga tors as hud been imagined. The French and Eng lish ships will continue the blockade during the en suing severe reason; possessing now the advantage of a year s experience, and a far iietter acquaint nice with' its bays and harbors than at any previous pe riod of the ww. If, says the most experienced military nun of Europe, the alBcs are determined to take Sebasto pol at any price, they will take It; but the poesessiou of that modern Troy is not equivalent to holding tlic Crimea, and merely determines the fate of the ilu* viannawin the Bluck S?a. The advantage which the allies now have ia victualling their army and in the transport of ammunition by ma, they would lose the moment they attempt to pur we the Russians iuto the interior, where the table* would Ik- reversed by tho hordes of lij?ht cavalry which Russia can always command to liarrxsa and perplex an advancing enemy. The fall of Scbaito pol, therefore, would no more lead to an ignomiuioe i.eace, on the part of Ruasfa, than that of Moscow in 1*12. The Russiana would at once commence their old Scythian warfare, burning everything in their retreat, and worrying the enemy by Cossacks in their flank and rear. There is no p>>s*tbility of su - cess for the French and English armies Is-yond the immediate vicinity of the shore. l!u-<sia knows thin: hence her obstinacy, which is in proportion to her power of resihtuncc. Without An tiia or Prussia, or all Oermitty joining the allies in good faith? not for the purpose of ne gotiation, but for war? the invasion of Russia proper is sn impossibility, even if Sweden and Denmark were to Join the allies. Nay, more, it Is doubtfnl whether even such a coalition would effect the humi liation of Russia, or compel her to accent the terms of the victors. They might destroy Petersburg and Moscow, and Novogorod and Hasan, and what n-?t; but in twenty years Russia would u^aiu )te the threatening power of Europe. There are about forty millions who speak the Russian language in Hui-ma.and these cannot be put duivn or destroyed by any foi ce the coalitionist* could lodge in Rus sia and scatter over its immense snriace. Su h a monster invasion might exhaust the resource-, of the invaders, and beggar and dejiopnlate f'entrnl and Western Europe without destroy ing either Russian nationality or Russia's pow'r ot resistance. There ia no other way of render ing Ruasia leys formidable, or quieting the appre hensions for J the civilisation of Europe, than clvi lizing h?r as fa*t as posxible, In order to render her as peaceable. as indn*ttioos,a* calm, and. pcrlup<, as effete as her neighbor*. Whether the present warls iikeiy to ci\ili/.e her in that direction is extremely do?:Mful. The Russian < by nature are sn agriculture' people,! ut all people of that desert p. ton h ive the capa city of lieoommg military, and none are better cal ciliated Ut rectuit au anuy. it is the agrlanltnra districts of England. not the commercial nd mi mi factoring ones, that furnish troops for the British legions. But while the me.ias of dcfcnce on the part o" Ri ssia, ;is far sa the actual Invasion of the empire is conccrned, are inexhaustible, tho?e of carrying on the war in a remote point of the empire are nor it is the totality of Russia which ia invincible, not a particular part of her. Hehastopol may fall. But the English paid more for the poMaesalon of Calais in France than the pine was worth, and only pos ?es*eU it to be finally driven out of it. They may d> the same in regard to Sebartopol. and the qncctlon will, after all, recur. which of the belligerents, after the establishment of nea<e, will lie he4 able to re l*afr the damages inflicted by the war, and which will do it In the quickest time? There I* no doubt about the letter which the Em pi e?? Dowager of Rnasia has wrii'en the Areh-Daeb e?s Nmhia. mother of Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria; though an attempt la made In certain ofTi rial qoarters to treat the whole as a myth. Huch a litter wa? addressed W> the ArcVDnehew. but it l.ss failed thus fsr of produring the de sired effi.-t. Tlie letter reminded the An hdu<he<a of Oie po<M?iQu of Austria in 1 4it, ?1<I whjt bad dote to nave her. Russian diplomacy was never I more active than It w at present, ami it was no doubt w ith a view of disarming the openly expressed hos- ' tility of the Prince of Pruaria Unit the latter summoned by tbe same dowager lady, lug sister, to 1 St. Petersburg. Russia wants peace an much an either France or England, and this lead> to the hope I that the Vienna conferences will soon l>e resumed. Whether the Rmsians repel another al tuck on the Malakoff Tower, or whether the French take it ? whether Hebastopol is ublo to defend itself, or whether it in taken, ?e i-hull have another Peace C'origresv ? with what effect lleaven only knows. Meanwhile, everything heeins to he preparing for a winter campaign in the Crimea. Ammunition, provisions, tents, lints, clothing and hospital stores are accumulated on a large scale, and the armies will be In sight of each other while the diplomatists of the difierent Powers will be negotiating for their usile*sness. Austria, emboldened by the success of her last diplomatic mystification, is now formulating a new species of aimed neutrality, declaring through all the orgaus friendly to her, and not considered as official, that nhe is detenniued to insist on the four jioints stated in the tieaty of '2d December, not only us far as Russia is concerned, but also in regard to France und England. While she admits a certain latitude of interpretation of the third point, she doe* not consent to any additional conditions being im posed on Russia, or to any concessions being made by Turkey to the allies, in the event of a Russian de feat. Aut-tria, 'as yet, professes to adhere firmly to the quadruple alliance; but she begins to talk of condi tions, and the time may come when she will be alaimr.il by the progress of the allies. When the Russians were in the Principalities, and threatened the Halkan and Constantinople, Austria was un doubtedly sincere in her approach to France and England; now that the allies seem to have taken a strong footing in the Crimea, Austria being alarmed at every movement, at every approach to her own dominions, is more desirous of peace than the belli gerents themselves. It is for this reason that she was so extremely anxious to have the German Diet acknowledge her endeavors to pacifv Europe, ller position derived a moral support from the resolu tion. I have already referred to the many reforms con templated by Austria in her internal organization. They can only be introduced in a state of peace. Tho army was eating her substance, it cost her $400,000 a day, while her credit was at its lowest ebb, and her bank notes lost twenty-eight per cent against specie. Since the dismissal of a third of her whole a i my, her effects have improved.aml her disoounta diminished. She wants peace ? ho does Prussia, 80 does all Europe. The most successful war for the allies, it is admitted, cannot save Turkey; and the most reasonable peace that may now be concluded, cannot last over ten jears, when the "sick man" will have another fit. F. J. G. Berlin (orreipondentr. Bkrlin, August 1, 1855. Thr G*rman Cuisine and tU Effect* upon the Mental Constitution qf Man ? Anglo French Sympathies of the Hamburger * and Hanoverian* ?Struggle between the Noble* and People of Hanover? The Route from Hamburg to Berlin? Military Aspect of the Latter City? Resource* of the Pnutian Monarchy? Monument of K anur ia* Career and Writing*- The Society of Ber lin? Quietude qf the Prussian People About the War-Appeal, to the Religious Sentiment of Russia, 4'C. or the free and wealthy to#n of Hamburg I I spoke but briefly in my last, nor Lave I now time ' even to describe a Hamburg dinner at table d'hote which i? us characteristic of the luxury of the town as an\ thing in it A calender patiently written, and not n human memory, would Iks alone sufficient to satisfy that large class who care not for a conclu sion unless all the details are given by which the conclusion is justified. They will scarcely forgive me when I put them off by saying that nothing can l>e mote sumptuous, that it is served with elegant art, and is an endless round of different drinks : and dishes, bringing into the constitution of man the diversity of the three kingdoms \ of nature? vegetable , mineral, animal. It oc- I nu red to me before its close, whether a problem ' in metaphysics might not be submitted to the seven wke men, not of Athens, but of tho whole world, if the world at the present time can with any rea-sm be supposed to contain that number, whose solution should account for a certain phase of charac ter so much celebrated in German literature, and of which Americans have heard much these several icnis. called " many-sidedness "?a word often and perhaps quite justly applied to Goethe, and much used whenever and wherever great character* are being Investigated. On the supposition that German culture has been prolific in tho production of many sided men, It occurred to me that the cause might le obvious, since the whole creation, getting a foothold in the German constitution by the process of eating and drinking, each part, by its occult qualities over I the mind contributing its partial influence might final ly produce this result? a theory that might possibly have had its day, had not my acquaintance with the fur greater simplicity and frugality prevailing in Berlin nvde sad havoc of the premises. I think I did not name in my last the fact that, in Hamburg and Hanover, the Allies in the present war have the far greater share of the popular sym pathy. Hanover at this moment is undergoing a severe ordeal iu her politics the liberties granted .11 the Constitution of 1*48 toward the equality of ranks being now disputed by the nobility who de mand the restoration of many of their anient privileges. The people and the nobility are the contending parties, and the result is doubtful. The king you know is Mind, and in how many senses of i^? 1?'m ,:C U Vi il f8r from ,,,c to insinuate; but, sh Ills counsellor* and mi utters are wholly com is* 111 1 1, 1 the nobility, he will be no common man if be takes sides with the people. The tendency of Ku K at present, not to freedom, but to arrest and restrain all revolutionary ideas and movements. l>?t flow, fi mow the The route from Hamburg to Berlin by railroad is li Rnglish miles, or :sm Prussian miles, extending oven, generally flit and sandy area of hind ai d I in uph tl.e soil Is thin and weak, such is the magic of summer oyer the ri inning sterility, that the * "'e plains or meadows and fir trees offer ttrv agreeable ucw-. The stork, who as vet has not made his lust voyage into North America, is a nti mer- us and wejeoro. guest in the German State, nrjil w? Ik? (lie uver baius, flics iu J<?w uir over l!< Id* oi grain, and on the hou-etop of the German and > ether!. md cottage builds his nest, befriended by toe superstition, in -orue places, that K w>d link will attend the dwelling on who-e roof I :* , "i"rk ni?k' It- nest and reirs itsvoong. 1 Illarkstone affirmed that the killing of a stork ! in Holland was one visited with capital puni-li ment. Cattle pled with bin- k and wi.lte, iH large a I ' "W'' ?p?i?k In words of | i,' J i " pi'' ?portion, there wcn live women ; II ^ <u cultivating the soil fr.mi I Hamburg to Berlin. The men are drawn liitoth.' 1 W- "Jt' r into other business; b it these j I,0#.# without a man to till tlio , ground, help to di-li -c the aeiret of the verv 1 c<n m nil Vf'ih if ?nny now at th'" cm.m.md <r th< 1 ruaamn King. At a verv short warning, King I re, crick . an ralA J^'ooo men* and ! ri"''uK7"f ' 'Vl,l|l"Kwl1 t,ie mllltla? a less I rc-iri lurfy disH pi i ed depart meat of his forces? he cou.d easily wiehl ?n aimv of 500,0<S> men The I sir. ng arm of Prussia i, its military power; I and here no honors to which any man I r"r ?#I I ? liDC ",i4> aspire are l^forc thwe which jlover about the golden helmet and the 'liver handle., sword. ,\ glance at the grand public Statues of Berlin at once Indicates the sn pt niiary of military honors. The warrior-king f nderick the t.riat, and deservedly so, sits in <i> los. al proportion, of bronze on his war-abed, at U.e head of the wide avence linter ilen J.inden, snr r< u ruled by his [i helps! generals, scholars and statesmen. Immaaael Kant, an emperor ;n the ri tlm of thought, and Jessing, ,,nn of the stars in v.l?T"nJi 'a""c"- "l.'P'i'i al-" m the same momimeur, but overshadowed bv the military grandeur ah .re i V . . K,r;,M4 monument? a letter than wliith it Is raid that Knropo does not contain -is the ma-tcr-|ia> e of the Berlin artist, Bauc.h. lilncner, i oik and i >ii<-isscnan, in tly> Obe re, I Plait. by tbe -ame artist, look Imposingly npon tl e pa -Hcis-by- Bin. her having bis foot on the can n n. and the sword or JVatertoo In his right hand. Kant, Hehte, Hagel. Shelling, Schiller, Goethe B*rli ?? ffrfat D,0D,IIJ*liU iu ",e Public grounds of The drawing of large multitudes of men Into the P]ac*" ,l*?> -11 '"icc In a . loan relation of loji.lt} to the King ?disable < the ma ~es from the MicecssfHl exec ution of scJjemcH i,r rnbellioti and, wnR? to every nstlon of Kun.pe, at the present time. Importance, It give> re^irr.-s 2n? "Tnrenctes. which m.v n^, at niata^3L^fc XT' Tht r religion, r ,t i iiem^lr^M-. ftn ?? aotial lultare. Would not onl'i of ILVJ: t" cooaene tbe e?i.t,ng the rontinenU?Hlat^. i:i ,1'B ^ >?Utnrt?Vrii. ?, 0, in the oue heroic spot, the burial pUre of the young warrior-poet, Theodore Korn?"f, w ho fell in but- j He auaiust the French (August 26, 1815), , Mid vt hose atiuains, marked by a monument of cast ii on, rest under tlie shades of uu oak uear 1 the villngc of Wi.bbolin. Born at Dresden, Heptem- 1 ber, 17!'!, he was jet in his twenty-second year when be died; and in these prematura yoara, as oue n.iplit say, it appear* that hia writings were suf ficient in quantity and quality to win for blm the noble ui :d permanent distinction of a <?? rmaii poet; if not of the very highest order, certainly he is one of very resectable parts, of genuine fire und heroic I imputes, with the ait of clear and fervid exprea ?icu. In tome four volumes of email 12 ruo.,Kuruer appears as h v e come visitant to German read- i eis, who forget not hia untimely death nor the bej-ohm i hu t apeak* in many ol hi* lyrics. In , addition to his comparatively small amount i of prose writings, perhaps not more than I 135 pages of his books, and his collectl >us I of poims, cnlltd ''i.yrc ane Hword," " Miscellaneous Potius," "Additional Unprinted Poems," amount' ing to about 300 pages, he has in the dramatic form soire sixteen different productions, making the far greater amount of his poetic literature. The wonder is that the young soldier should havajrritten so much and so wtli. Germany and its literature deeply mcutned his loss, and the oak that now shades Kiir ner nnd his Bride already ha>; woven its green branches into the poesy of Europe. Are those fctrains jet forgotten?? A r< ng of the death da v 'if the brava, A song of prliel ll.o youth went down a hero's grave, With the i-word ? his bride. And the following: ? ''(.'rem wave* the oak forever o'er thr reat, Tl.ou tliat In math the ntevrning fuiiage aleapett, Anil in the ntillne..? of thy eoentiy's tueast, Thy place of memory as an altar keeper. Diighlly thy spirit o'er hia hills was poured, Tliou, of the lyre and sword! The lak ?a\id proudly o'er Ihy burial Hite; (in thy crowned bier to slumber wariiors b"re thee, And with true hearts the brethren of the light Wept, as they veiled the drooping banne * o'er tln-e, And the deep guns with rolling peala ga re token That lyre nnd sword were broken. The father of Theodore Koiner, a magistrate in the Prussian government, and who spent the latter yearn of his life in Berlin, is well known in America, through the interest of his cor respondence with Rtliillcr, extending from 17*4 to the time of Schiller's death, in 1*05. A certain Indefinable attraction iu his handwriting, over Goethe's mind, canted him to say that he never de stroyed a fragment or a page of the writing of Hor ner. A few hours before the death of the poet, he is said to have composed his heroic poem, the Kchwert Hed, or swotd song, iu which he addressee his sword as his bride? '?My aword. my only treasure, What would tb? glnnc e of pleasure'' It make* thy master gh>w. To see thee gleaming so. Yes ! none this hand ?ball f -tier, And none ran prire tliee better, A Ma need to my aide, I lore thee as my bride." No one ranks him with tlmt class so often spoken of in our own country and elsewhere, and quite vagnely styled "German Mystics." He is very easi ly mideruti od. Berlin, yon know, is one of the finest cities in fiu rope,and though surrounded by a vast sandy plain neither prolific in utility or beauty, is, nevertheless, a city concentrating much architectural taste and much prosperity, though great fortunes are not very i often amasaed in the ordinary trade. That on such . a plain tkere should huvc been so great a city, is the marvel; ai d if there was nothing else to justify the ' surname of Frederick Dtr Gn>*? than the readiness | and meress with which the people complied with , ids wishes to create a city within the enclosure he marked ont?f<r them, it would not be without a I strong snptHirt. Of the more interesting features ol i Berlin and of its rocial phases, I may speak hero- ' after. 1 will only now say that everywhere I ineet the evidences of an old ami highly perfected culture, i Yet all the errors and sins, ui well as all tne vir tues, v lii< h humanity ebe where and in newer condi- | tionsdeveloi.es, aieof coui-se in Germany; but iu j Berlin there is an all-pervading element of reverence < trd kindness In every elans of society, to an extent : which 1 have never met i n an> other country. The German has a sclf-.'orgetfnlncs* about him, a <lc-ire : to make others happy, and that without existing an eje to advantage, wlii h is as liatural to him as it is ^ 1 eanltful, I may at some future time speak of my ] happy acquaint, in* e with Alexandt r Vou Humboldt, who ionveires yet with teal vivacity, though *7 i vims ol iige.atid who cherishes tentlnieuts of es- i teem nnd kindnees towards America; of Ranch, the ci'lptor; ol the collections at the two ransenm*; of the pala< e and its grounds; of Charlotfenburg on the ?pree,ar.d of Potsdam, the concentration of royal splendor, on whi< b it is not exaggeration t ? bestow tli e word magnificent. The people in Prussia, though so near the Busslan frontier, ate very quiet a boat the war, as indeed the nllies in the Crimea themselves seem to be. News | In m h(a<!quaiteis,you know, gets to Berlin before it , does to 1. on don, and what now takes attention is ( the project of the allies to attack Cronstadt. Within I ten days, 1 learn from high sources, the n-sauli j *111 probably le made. An American, fresh from | f-t. Petersburg, hays that the comic poet*< and ballad -ingets are sinking songs in the streets U? enthusias tic n.oltitudes, in which they abundant!; ridicule the s< heme. 'I he original aim of the war, I Imagine, is n? w nearly forgotten by many In the more imme diate puipo.-e lit victor). Yet the Russians, who, I rem the most reliable a< counts, are str ingly united in the war, keep up the enthusiasm of the religious sentiment. Every tanner taken iu battle lungs con spknoiitly in the" Russian ehorches, as the symlsilof I lie religious si(fiiili< nn< e of the present strife, whilst the great popularity of Alexander w ith tbe masses i and in the army gives to his cauae the m??it |?erfect unity of strength. The allies need w hat they have not got? jnst one sreut man. whose magnetism of will ard wirdom should draw and <on< rntratc all the oppoflte elemeati into unity. A few wMka will probably tevcal a new page. Kin Bkisksheb. Onr Pari* Cwitipondfiitr. I'akw, Aug. 3, American Jturr.almt* and &tate$min in I'ari * ? 1he A>m> York Exhibition? The DiJJicultui Metvten the Ewopean Exhibitor* anil the IHrecUn ? AT??f Yrt Ailjustirl ? The Amencnn Department in the Pari a Exhibition ? Queen Victoria'* i'nit to the French Capital The twin ? Another Sun cettful Financial Operation ? Rachel ffc. The airhiil in Paris o( Mr. Hennett, editor of the New Yoke II m a in, hu* happened to coincide with the departure v?T Mr. (tree-ley , editor of the .Vrir Yak Tribune, for London. Hut the latter inunt | rctnrn, ptrhapa. ni"ic than oner, to obtain a final deeieicn upon itirt responsibility as an ex director of the New York Exhibition. He ban. Indeed, lie come lepally a Pariaiun, baling been obliged to ; "elect d' micii" he le, white awaiting the tardy result ! of ihe invcatig ition* which his imprisonment o -i aioned. The announcement that Mr. Etex. 'hp aiti-t, hud ?ati-factoi ily adjaated all Hie difficulties betwreD European exhibitors and thr ex-director* of the Exhibition, Mem." to bare been premature. It in quite crrtain that Mr. Etex muat have exceeded hi* ncthoiity, if he acted in the name of more than ti e few individual exhil?iUjrH whoi-e power* of at ti ri.e. ht held. Am to the statue of M. Lucheane, it in to le Loped the report i* trn< that it ia on ita way back, t-afe tied s-ound, hot the En-m b arbiter pitfofc delai ing niitil itMaitiv.il I ' fore releasing Mr. (irrrlry fr'in hi* confinement to " the limit*." I m kily, thee arc wide enough, si nee the alliance Vetwcen France and Englaed to have let your quon dam i eighbor croaa the Channel with hi* white coat, na *oon aa lie found that he need not ele< t ("Ik l.y aa a domicile. Even tLe delightful garden of that prison did not t< lupt biui Uick there. Mr. Fillmore, exTresldent of the United SUtc-i. i? quietly and unobtru-ivcly (..ftir the re- ent ex ample of another ex-Pie* ident, Mr. Van Buren j going the usual ronr.d of sight seeing in Pari*. It would be well if all their fell w < Iti/ena would ImJ tate, while in Europe, the dignified modesty of theae distinguished Americana. The eon'ra?t ln-twein the ? i*iiing card of Mr. Van Itur* n and that of more than one American traveller who haa honored tbla fashionable metropolis with bia pr?-enee, might ?>ug geat a le?ou of propriety to not a f< w. home writer (either an Englishman or a rhiladi-ljihian) baa lately ?aid that gambling ia the national rice of Americans. However untrue tbia tnay be, thine of them who come abroad facme get quite far abroad) are generally very fond of tarda. A card of the largest aire contain* with difficulty all the title*, military and civic, which an A uiervan ? especially if be haa or has bad any More or lean remote cuut.ee Hon with the federal gv^ernment ? affixes and pre fixes to Ida name. I aha!! not say bow many of that highly respectably and numerous c'a?ai of w< a d'dr appointed f'omriimionrra to the T'n!rr*a! F.xhibi ti<*? by the *.e,v?rB<m of the tewp* ttve <M*t*-? of the I'nkm, betrayed a weikneoa for r ?r?ii **>n after tbeir arr.^il -. for m?* of them iit'kty |i? wM that i? a'lold tie beat to -tlpprwaa the flr-' i-dH >? ?' ' their Jrlaiud p*a?e>?.ar(te. or at lea.* ?????-Te it for I li -ICT circaUwa. But I m ?' ai;a?/a Ut'v 1 ha e ihcu at lc,w?t <>nc Commissioner's card, wlilch, if 1'rrmcd nHd hurt; up in tile Slut*1 Ca|4tol, would be u? conspicuous a memento a- the Kxhibitiou medal itself It would wake precious "cop>,"if paid for us un advertise ment in the IIexai.d. The American Hoard of Foreign Coram i*4oner? Inirt gradually diminished to it number which cm Ik> accommodated at the Friday soirees of the Counni.4 Hiouer General iu the I'uluit Hr /' Indurtrir, and |ht- ; haps at the Hiitl dt VUlt.tX the hull in honor of Queen Victoria's approaching virit. The llr.-t of tliese Friday soiiics i? held thin evening. 1 lielieve, , and for the first time all the Ann ricun CoroinU.ion ert) have bun officially invited to share iu tin- enter tuiituicntH which tlie Fxhihition has occasioned. j The list of American exhibitors having increased, , bh that of American Cummissioneis hits diiuinithed, the disproportion between them will be loriSbtriking than 11 Ipl I have been expected In the new eat*- I loguc, which Mr. (jiiman, of Connecticut, Secretary of the Central Committee, is preparing for the pretw. ' The letter ol M Vat tern are, recently published in the Mcnttwr, relative to the American department In gencial, nod hit* favorite scheme of internatiou.il

exc hanges iu paiticulrtr, was well enough so fur ns the latter subject was concerned; but us an apology for the hwntaa Of American exhibitors, it w as, in wine icspects, a work of aupcrerogn tion, und will peihaps elicit another communi cation to the JVfcnitf in from anothei source. 1 m an the Aineiican attic ten aie, the quality of tno?t of them in sue h a.1- not only to lequire no apology, but to challenge the admiration of the world. Thu members u? the Ii.tei national jury will be likely to corfliin the ini < ie-sion,"the wi'i ml, sober thought" of all who have examined the American articles, nud especially the " yun bines,'' since luugliiug lit the waste apace la the American department. Tho first catalogue was i eroxhiuily incomplete, and 1'iinc.e Nanolccn, who im-pecta' to-day the articles <>l the 3d claw (iigihulturul Implements, Ac..) will fled comething moie to tee than the single spade and the siuglc Iiuitow set down iu the catalogue, but which ediih enough, ha\e not, it is said, ar rived to te put In the Kxhihition. McCormlck'.i Mfkig ira bine would alone suffice to maintain tho 91 which American industrial skill has won. The prh ch of admission to the F.xhihiUon have Keen changed as follows On Monday (the work man's Sun uaj) twenty < cut imps or four sous; Tuex day, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, one franc; Friday, tw o finrcH I hud occasion to enter the Pa luce of Industry to-day. when this modification flr?t took effect, und' was surprhed to find few vi -iters an I found last Friday at fl*e francs, Last Sunday tho in ml erof vlsitein at four hoi,s, was It:*, 131. Com plete and splendid as the Cnivi r-al Exhibition has at length bece me, it has dimppoirted so many ex pectations us to he consideied still a magnificent fail ure. It is hoped, liowe\er, that the Queen's visit to Pari* will revive its (hooping fortunes Is the sssiiult of Seba^topol a train postponed in order to avoid the i isk ot sjMiiling the efttoct of the Qc eeti's \ if It, by disastrous news from the Crimea '! However this may turn <sit to he, it doubtless was Sostponid, among other reasons, for the sake of not isturbing the prodigious success which tho recent loan promised to offer, uud which has been u<t tally secured, e\en if we make all allowances for the ex aggeration in the oUicial figures of " alssit three mil Hards six liundud million*." and discatd the moral and patriotic conclusions which M. Magne, in his Kport, (that leads like u h>mn of triumph,) draws quite iilof<icnlly from exclusively financial premises. The total rcault of the loan is estimated at fi.tuwi, 000,000, the sul scriptions for <>0 I runes ut 230,000, 000, the subscription* of the provinces at 1,ikwj,(mH), 000, fotrign subscriptions at tiOO.OOO 000, and those of Paris repre.'ent the balance ? that is, alstiit 1, 770,000, (too. It d u>t be remembered that most of I lie subscribers, In view of the anticipated reduc tions, set di w ii their names for larger sums tlmu they actually wanted; but this only swells the sum to a fine! figure. While my pen is bt-iv with setting clown these im ltd ni.mbc is, lit it indulge in the figurative style throughout another paicpiuph, and add an in stance of the kind of financiering which flourishes just new in these iu* Vifincitmpoix times at i'aiis. Frolic 1'ereiie, the law redi\ivus cif our day, pur rlinsed week isiore Inst, the whole capital stock of j the pas ompanies which at present supplr Paris. | lie paid 3.1 ,000. Mm francs, and utter consolid iting j the ec n, j i.r.ic s ai d (retting tin- signature of N'u|H>leon to tho nnc efBlon, he transferred it to the Credit I Mobllier Coru|unyfoi 60,0(Mi,0'?tl, thu; ilea ring ut | one s>tr < ke i I tlic i>< ii the c m'oital le um of 1 | frimrs. Tliit Credit MutilHtr < < in | in mv tin < n capital ol otly <io ,()(,? i, u1 0, nod to-day luu property in it< po3ns aiou amounting to 500,00ti,000, of ? hlili tin re are In it? vaults nenily VIM), (Hrt>,000 In < a*b and eanh values. \\ iUimit tin' ii.. me of IVrn it* ut it* head, lti nt < U t< -ilny w< uld full ptolmlily to om -lialf it- present value To turn fioin tin .lew< to tlie Christian*, a Catho lic liihlioji Miuin iii-i'i' l>i Germany ban, in couae (jiii in e o! tFe establishment of the d >gmn of fmma <i lull- Cutci ptltu, prohibited chriutcnliig unv lathe v. it It tlml mu-t i;an e, Mary, which < ruaty old bach ? lon-plii]' logistn derive from a IWitc* word, mean ing ??hitter." Twelve maniurript lennidi of the 1'iotchtai t, Martin Luther, have lieen discovered al tftkiatt, In t !.?? eomitat of Tburoek, In Hungary. The ltuseian telegraph than quaintly romm'ini < ated to the (iermuD prr->i tin- rumor that <??n. To dlebeu, the telebiateu thief etiginuer at K-hastopol, nan dead: ? " Todlrl'fn Ubt ; Itbt T^xHrbrn. A literal tiau.-lation of thla in " Mori wir til ; widr morl t 'if." In Kngllhl ? I>eat h-life live* ; liv< ilealh-lile. Tlie < arth?|UttUi H which wen- f< II no widely during the lust wrek of June, at Colmar. Il.ite, Kirneinil Zurich, and in tin- enatem port uf Frant ??, have uot diMniled Pari*. It i* a lingular fact that Paris ha? n< itrrely ever, if e\er, lieen rtaited liy an earthquake, liut it nan had revolutions Instead. Tlie Kroperoi and hmprcss of the rreuch have re turned fr< m Riarrita. Itarb?l will leave for New Vork.it is positively uiniouiic d, ou the ll'h. The l'ari?iam r uwole tl eni!-< Ives for ber alienee by going into raptures - bh well they may- over the ting of the eVWbruted tragedian m.d comedian, Ristori. Tbia ' Km lu-l ol Italy" has iii-pired an admirable ode from l-ima: - Ine. Fioark. Iutt renting from K|t?l?. [CoriMpoiidru'-e ol the Aug-lmtg Journal. | Maioup, Auk W'i4. I wrote yon Mint no tp?ni?h troop* will march to Italy or tli* ft niri I ahould IIL*, ev<n now to lemain of thai opinion, iilUi<u(h It ??? dfUlr-t in cat?in< t niunell, day i ?forr ye- tenia jr. tbat i&,0O0 troo|i? ol the regular army. <-i. i>i i? n ii 1 1? <1 liy i.lTi. < r? umler waiting ordera, (??fiwln itr rnn fihi ii i tinder the auperlor ei n mnn l of t . ? n ? r?l Prim. ar* to t* * r- u I imnn <r.i1e!v to 111** f'limrii wtilrh K l?i 1 <? follow**! I.y n Nrrinil one uri-lir f'i|itilft4lftirnil i 'on >l?ni.< I <1<* In ( onckn \Mi< n lienernl '/?v?l* tVi finljf iii<inlM-r of the CnUinet who i* mtbuMi itknll; in ItiVor of tl. ? Wi atrrn f'twrra m"t the -;?ni Ii Mlniat*-! m(f-i i nt Irun Ibr Uttn i inmnnicnte.l ?.?> Uiui Hit ci m'.llhinf fill 1/ th' h'rrri I' (f ve-iiment ' for fiar->n U.ft n n?*w l"nn und the | of I'ul a *lit<h In dnce<l the < enoial immediately to r< tmn to Ma'tmi Ttu mialftrra a emhl' l in coonril ther- ipon? ' 'in 1 1 i?l d?y ti-foie yr-ter'l.'i/. an I |?n- "'l H ? ' ? 1 1 i ? ? i? wlt'mgt I iivli<ii"li in!" tilling tin (Jimn ll"t it.iju'y ? "eni uu-ljr not to ?anellon the re- nlution- I ran, at all event a, vouth f< r the fi Una ug (Wlaralin. whlrli the tjuien m?il? to l ? i tikl /avata when tlie liui r t"?ik l<a?" of her:? "W*ll, II it i/i 'lon< to ' mjin nut u- In th w ri u ha'.''t|.?[ aer iri>l m?j 'I # it liut L n m aat front thin nv ii't M I proti' t agnin-t if " (I'm I it lr f*tm a m/ri mitn mi *n la ffU'tm i' I f.nrlt In f v*r ii y f.fb |_ htlt'i to; j?? i atnl 'jt'r jti.' it' tl, il< nh'tn ) It i| 1 1 41 a that t >(,<r teio and /?< ala I. arlnj a i .-u.g of the aney ait ?'" *< r mlnfl torollert tha tr ? [ in ' a'a Ii iifa, to te thrnee trari"|.'irt'd t'i Mar^ili* wh^n^e the* art to be ?hlff-ed f rf opnel la r>ppo-ei| to thl. m<-a-nr? ef laietr. ?r d l? ru'prrtril of l.arhorlnf a.,,.. a ? .:fn with a r< i.ri ntiated 1 o tijr ?l tr< nf>*. Wbliat ti.e politician' a M?'!i i l ?re in< "iind at th< n.<?anre, the f?a,anlr? h?rr ?tait") a new prottrh:? Bread, ?undilna and war in -il.i -U [ <1 ( /'/III y li t y ipi. i m S*4' I'' <fi ' Ilia* a ? n ally lenebt' d by Ibe war lliihtiti ! 'fllill j'U ll *1 y p.'nllful t-.pa ij'jita Arff ii and Val<?fla In hmw I'^-allilet ib? harv>->t wii doll I'c In othcia lii|.t? (),?? uaiial uaantity. The wiporia 1 ?v< Ini r> aa?-d wooVrfnlly and wi'h tb< tn prt"-- ha?? ti-?n. 'Ihe t antaio Wine f'?rtr>erly worth q real? in* "?'i ?0 and 'A r>aU. 1h? fintrk nl akrwt, lnraKii; north 1' riala, It i-.w old fr< m fct1 !?' ? ? ?n!?. Wt'h other artleh a of The wni< ? there ?r?* m mot* than f? < ??'(*!> Iti'atalftla * mattered oarr i >.f |.imil- If the?e hot' on I daileg tb* winter, tb*y may allli i;|?e iionlita to?b#(Werei ?-nt Now tn?- I ' atantry la t>r, jpir?J ?ltb hat ?*'t'r K when tb' harveit ia wver, nnd ptirra '4 pen Viaoaa air (till goiii^ up aa It ? ????at likely tba-y will tl ?n an lnrre*u> at th* a'-rt aui?l>< . ia in t fi 'a We ? ? ? 1I< K'vernii ?n' bai a Vlitional troi.bl* w ith tb? < !?-i gt Hi* > n?. tal t-af *r t.ro, |rt.( *xtra?U from ant |*|a'| ni li/atl-na whi<h Wa<l Iran '? by tl.* I'.mao rhtirrb and pU< *>1 in tbe in>>i arid what l? nor*, nmi n.?n> ed tkaiu la for, 4^atw* ????? r*l j-. \a'.. fav> no Ii" to tb* rurtrrnatl tl?at tb*y we: a r- ? 4 r?T to pr ? bit it th* rraAlag nf that pnp*T, uaUaa tt.r vMei't f i ? -a?'l la ' eyard l? the b"lt 'ttliri b re-a i**d >at tut 1 irr*fd. A 1**111 '*7 alb riiOT?wi*nt I* at-- ann- -in d for 'h ' ii.iiMb It )) ? capl'al r< MBI Ciai i.t mVu > i ' I wn wfh Boi:rV'>aa I/.atwTr tbr -auae wh.tb may , I -a' I |.M, . M ? ealW-1 >-* Was.r ? ? ? ? I T* >? ia (MM wr h*a I in tha itoil, Tl>*?* ? 1 i*a arvi *t*a>*4 01 i th? ar* 'I'' ? ? of ' flhrrra w ith tba tVa P" r \ .nf ' t?i j 1 j' ill* Ut?*r wri* wiaa *W' -if>i ???? ' . h- 14 th- w? fti ? tb*r ' .?t??p a Wit id th* line J- i ^ ? DOT* ii?"ral n?lof wnia* aa fi? w* 'n4n a a a | Ifa-ti 14. itfMt 4 ? ' T\? dip! wir r pa?* f wl . tie I 'la', * ?'a?ila..Wl |is( .4 l*|a>aa I ?> 1 . . .1" a 1 M t"3 rf.afcj ia ta n %( Ik? I/IM I'll1 */??'? !'?" ' "? of i*t- ? . ; t trump ? Lu a<*?Ir . at?4 J?pir* tu:el t, .11 lliar-li I t he, c refer iffnm to oijr c?ni ra'it.ifat im of thf ?M!? lilt No well informed |<rvn r"Ul'l li??' Joibted the itKuituf the j.? n tin# argot hi tin- t l.ei; 3.U It ,i' hniil <1, ci.- 1 n vtui it"' tlku (<XIII I he ? ? nfei ace at I run, bet w> no Illom^a mi I /-l vala. Lad tin d >ubt it * inftuci (c nil thin government; t ir ii lahit - t council wn ? ci iivnu .l immediately after 1 1><- re luin ot lh" MibUtn m Mute t<. Mali id. In whieh ihe |UllCI|ai poilli* if the tienty ag:r rgli-id I'puil. !?( niti ( Inbuilt* openly ninl unequivocally lh.- ?? t* lb" Wmlntl l ower* aeiunxt Itui-aia, in which latter l'ower .-be behold' tin i ituili i of unlvni-.il i*me. un t ut tb" ?atne time tin lU'igoul-t for iii'inj year* of thi*goveiu i?ic hi ? f(,'ueen I-ali lla it i- well Known, in at thi* in.. mi lit tmt t it acknowledged I jr Kuoia.) itln declare, t licMf rtidi to fuiuteh the We?terii lv*et? a i utin(' ijl ut tic< ) ? i :i | i.il miii.tr to -jlir object In ?lcw, hut the j.ioent ci iidtlii n of her am y di e* not permit Iii-r to da' icinilne |i? number, n"r the Utae ? hen they are in b? got leady to ei -e| crate with the military Operation* of i ti< Allien. A- I'll ii t I hi- rrt/'i <!r ri .<>?;??* ?h*ll In1 or faulted. ftthk' i- now b< ,r.g dune,) and thi1 pre lent tri o| a. n n-l?!li'(( rbl'flT of irernita, (nuiMivA *liall lie I ri'i rt Ir dil'lf d *hc wiu nfau-c lit the <li*po?itii ii ot thi> t\ Cktei u I on pii :i l? il v ot 1 1 1 up* ("'rural tumrate a Ith her dlnilM mid i oner. In the meanwhile, Hixiin iwrmlla, v it lit u the limit* ot her whole te; ritnry, the euil tUicDt of volunteer*, and c*|>re*'c? h<*r rindlut?i. Iti c.i-e her i Ifici ra in waiting loin ialii <i<" if*nfiam) !>.? employed, to I ii j t lit u the * moii ut of their ore ent In rb n . ??A* *oi n as lie round) of mini iter* win ended, the am liaan dor* ? I Fiance and I- < gland Mere notilie I of n. r<>ii cliikl' n*, ninl 'hr?c hi. mediately f"i warded de?patclnia to ibcli lei-pn-live ffi vei nun ill*. To-morrow, Kunday, the atiHUer ol the I i inch govei nuicnt I* e*|iecti-d. Vm 1114/ Im- glnf ho* exi iTliitleu Ik on tip- toe. ami ti lit | Ubllc opinli 11 in Hcltrd on the auhjert. 1 he >|*inah H< M inn ent i.us o often 'U-nicd Ihe |? ii lni|; ii"K?tlaU"iii lu iwi on it ni l the Kieneh K' veiiinient, t hut people he 1 nine aecukti oieil lo pjaie the ruiuoia ? hii'h were |K>iiii dieiil'r lenrwed 011 Ihia tulijeel amonc the chiuieia of the | > lit len I V >? it! rn<*er. And now thi< nmeh doubted ? 1 idi 1 bee im - ut once a renlity ? no aiTonipliabed luct ? i. I'l, the uliole giavlti of ilf iiieiilciiblile, imiiKMliate an I ultimate 1 euMi|i 1 u<e?. I ven the JouroaU iriendlr to the (jmei nun nt cannot ei nreul llieu vexation, ullhougti tl ey are not oppofed to the alllanee with the Wnnteni I ower*. Ali 1 1 1 In 1 the t aiiint, nio.leruilo, mil in nine iunlame* t)ie ladieul |n|< i> ? me in Bre anil llatuea, and ? 'ii not tlini word- ai.lfli lent to hlame thU " ineon*iil?r ate. i.(n" ki Utility" Mep ot the goiar umeiit. lure Kind to the li?-t epithet it ennoot I 1- douhted that the v ten. im nl him ti.e luillutive in luiiklcj trealiea. on con ? 'it ion tlnil the lorleit iutif\ them, hod the reproach vi uld 1 e 1 .ritouiidatf, if It were not known that the cabl ill ailid witliou' fl.i kuowlrdfo of the Quien. who w?a 11. ly inful tiled ut what had Utn done after tht reipei t it e eoiil lei ? had lift Ma ii id . Ihen it waa tlial tin- 1111 nMera wint to ti e K.-cui lal to acijuiiint her wilh what l.ml t.i i n di 1 e. lhl? evenion the official betrothal lie tween ' he tit at Kicretary if tlie Kienoh I '<*11011, Mr. (?uiliiiit, with MUa Kiikjatiid, (afced 110.) routin to the , 1 liijaof, 1 UK' nie. U to take place in the hotel of the ! limrli /mhui"-?i!or. lh- 1 11 1 ji 1 -.1 mude the happy ciu j | le a jren-nt of t.')CO,0?0. Ibe whole diploniatic rorpi 1 IN itlMtcd to the nilptliilk." lli< in the Mndtid Journal*,) The Madrid J unial- ?>l the lllh uf Aii|f m-t have Iwen fni'ivi'il. The /'in fuitotifo u - l it" that M. tilofaga ofli riiiily infoitni d the Kmfeior of ihe Krctich at a recent audit lite, h.it H e i | aiti?h goveinment ha? adopted the ri'ioluUt n of tnkii^r | art in the ?nr H^ uu-t Itua^ia, and of M'liltil>K im mtiiy to the Int. 'Ihe rale of Ihe national proper tv hy puhlic auction ci mti 1 need ut the 'iovn Hull of Madrid ou the tOth, It vi iik nt tended 111 Ii great niniitici of peraonk. and tie cum |ieliti< U ?;>a in V'eu tl at nveral lota me kuocked di wii f< r double the upiet j rhe. Itneiifetie pikii-iirea aie licit g taken t '? r reirit g the property ol the rlerjv in a| ite ot the [ 11 ?ire reaiatance rtf tli>- bialu p" and other tccleaiuntitai uuthot it ice Who U to b, < ?,;rf Knnli,?t*r of Rnaaln I TO THE KIUTOH OK TIIK flKRALIt. !-ir? Policing T1.ur of t.alardar, eoplH fr,mi U?- Albany Aryut, a ?talrnirut hi-rM, An Albanian lo . " . /"a'"' " "f 11* Huaaun , t lU ' ? 'fa,|-'"?. <broug)i your cluujii., of?,c l lrnlly, Who i, Mr .la,,,,- C. H, N f* the r r t?r the At>rm r,ft* *?r(. Mr xhomp ?i n lu< 1<m ri "lire jmm" Hr,i on,,?.^r .,1 t|?. c.|lin, "l.-mMnpfa.-Ui,. fcnd Unlit, Iba ?-d,,?r of U.r 4, ,,, at. .If u , lit,,,. . n, tu,,,. |(,.PU N(?,k, ? i(f j(| l(i \ * ?' '*!'"| Jo luroi.a end .! ' l, | , <M WoU-di,-,,! ' > ? * \ ?.kk. At:*. *.H. is:, 5. " 1 A> albamahto ?i c imv k:.oini:kk or thk ?u? HI \ ? N U'y. f*r' hp Alunny Atlaa Anjfii.t 1 n , I!.. V? l" 'r I ..;r I. , ' ? ' 1 ' " h'|i ill II, ? Kuo-iuli iua*ir, aitl U rtow m Wa-I ii.gu i, in., klt.jf in. , ,.rv iiii lit* wl'li Id, lu? llli, i 'n n ;|,/j. mJr lr .Mtftr I"",,,'!] *??"? -I'M,..,., ? cm tii. i, ri.l l. , , ? i i, , , , , I...t ?. s vh..lJuM, Hat ,. ,| I. n fur ill. |... i , j i,, , xi'"' t\ ? 'f I thJr'.xw, I <?' arim. nl. J|r , '"l i" " 11,1 ' olln,? 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J, , not ?e bi.Tc not fcairn^l. F Kl?rtrlt Pkrnnati.a. TO THIt HIITOR Ol nil IOHd.ll. Diiilng H.r t),nr,.>r atorm on tha iBili of ?j| the lore iiK.'iia #.f * pa.?rnf?r lri.ln, ?hiU> in r.ilj ? n a rallr. ; d In V?mot.f, ?i , !,?,?] Inaf .nfly liillli.( ll.ra wan. Hi.- |.x. ii,,,t|v. i. aiipfc -ao t, ,t,a?. v.n ati/rk I. itibii.injr "nil,, icth of A..(f.ial mi a !<x-?inotita alih on I.UD.Iir.1 n n I ran atiaib. d, vl,i|. i? ,n?u.m ?? , f-(( rf"'l n'"r ?.'? 4..'l>* a 1h.in.1a..i.,r?, iillint liiafantljr II, ? < <Hidurl.ii , anclna^r and l?o (Iraman ' "II-*? ' 1 lo lutri |^?-n atrurk b* l^hiui'tg i n Ibc lUtli of Mnrrli )?I7, an . nfin> alta' iiM lo * |?- - i.ior train < n a rail/.a.l inf.a.?Cin b*ti?a?n Allans '7 "*hln * l-nt r, .|?,? 1(r, I 1^ ail" I t u, f i . a-'.?<a,! n, . i, ,,, . an;rr, , lHlh.nl,* .a.ak,,','1 " >ur -r't .1 "* 1 Ut* ???" Uown "'J ' V u ? ' " '' ?' m .. iaii.'.) ? n-l . Ui, ? ? rrct.)Urt*.! tb.l ?? D. of r. , <? UII If. rallc a-1 rara ?: irlnf ll..n.,trr ?? , m. tlirir !-???. i.> .. nl*. i | . i.n,,i|. 4 a r aikliiff a'or* In a (arm I, ..?? >. ?>ar. , s || J,,',"* .. -ark,, v., >|r (1J f 5 ' - I r f ?? f ' Hi/ to Hi. a! uf bat t., a., ir-,n taa k.-lfla ii|^n II at t)..- Ilr?. ? r, ? r 1 ?).)? ?" ?'? "? ? u. at ib. u,. n In IWT fl-a f*<kat blj. Va. v,?k ... ?,n,t ,,, , , , ?lir* ?t.ia ..O a tnjtfC U, II*. r,- .| ((.- r " r- -. .,^1, , , ?< r?all .to, I ?, ,1 Iba >.al ? -k. , , , . ., , ."-ai I- biffblr rbar,. | tbat II. rbr-o < r ,b I i?i| . | lo wi. ie tl.ajr w??a UUimi |o Ua repeii wl f- BI 1 II, at l.|? ?taa| |r^ !, -*.f (? |ak I a t!,. r-l.r o >?r ! a[?rt a. ? -otl n.? ,Mr ii??.f?!,i,4 h r?.i> ,,,,, 1,01'H ll.al Ibrj. i fii.i ; la, I,# ii.. -1 N .... f- ? rrar I, .all t. I'b In ? l? . . .s ;. at. furl, IV ),U/ . miff, ?.? al t.ir i|n,a .t ??i|r Britn.a a |4aa. ' f, i , ,. ?rr n altb t"Mr. ll,?brbin.Bf , -.1 U.a ? : ? ' " ' >?? ?< tmioatioB- rai -.J h f. , r.?,r ba >,? .fao-tln, , ,n d, - ?i d.. tff am it).,-, u IV balbl.nr ?" I.M |V n , ' 1 * a I. ..?? . at i. .i, .mi -a l/i... M- ... alrnrk bjr li^b-r. r.r Tl,' b- ? . -7. ' I. r,ay "atlaM.| In ,Wr. dlr?M o? and on- <d tU I I'lbd ? -b ??- I, f.,- , ,h , . . ?.? . - t - ? < ut ab' klbr?nfti it i| ,u, 1># tr .. a. 'bout 'raa^ortr 4 i|^ r?a., . ^ #?,k| , I a> a .1. |? >ba *,.rk of rutting o?t .),a , r. A I f).i?a In wbl b 1 i ? ? wa. a bar,. -I ?a. -Ii?u 1,1 Irk'maj Ui> rkt ?l 4 r ,?r, ala of <l.a ||, Ida .),? b?IM,r./ d r ,4, I- , ? ??? all :>0fB tl.a barir: *1... rbir,. a and 11. ? ' anr | I, |W*I *itb bf r| A I-- k .?f f laaa h t r a f,a a a-.?aa- ' .1, / M ' In ? I ?.!<}??( lUvuh Of I (I 'air f a a. fa?ad araa t-j ib? ( '??. ? larf Itlaiwlaf Bai.. ?' I, a , .?f tb< ? >?>in* ? f tl.a r>r. an-l ? -?,.? -I.a 1* .,<?. ) jl.r. .tad 1 a, ? >?i lr ., i-aa I, <n a ... . I?b - aitaia ti% % atata r-f 1.4 ..a -ta of Mr,., rj aapf f? ? 1 v ? a V << 'a>aa> ? *?Ll iiaad taotb MMUAM fcfc.arain llu irr? A-if-ait I'V . . 1I>* l.?t? M.MMai A ffal. tn fli aa< 11 a J . It. a *? 1- I' ( a (Ira, B -/ tia? '.I'll ? a. a. tara iSan <a Mr alaa) f?-a ?. B.a aa. aaa ha. ,.f ra-ai-.a- aa?- II* "ban t. b b 1 -W at .a) rf b- ??M -ail af.ii " I ?.?l ^ ^ K.? f- r a f Wad f bka >b . abf I .-a.aad lk?" aa4 I AM mm* dtat?rt, Mm I Wi nf.'B.alVs ta. *; ?"??' a. t/, ak.,. | r??|: >at r ,, a i-d ?.? ?? ?? ?? aarl; b.?ar Uk* wit a?rar? ia? *a attawd ta bt. ????. I* liaab a?1 M. k . , . . a r I a ??? lai?B f r I Vrkd '.baaa I. .aalf t> ? .^a an f.'a'j aar -daaital la tba I*. f?.'lamaa at, ?aia ? 'b aa kaaa. Mat artata I tm l,ua aa aaaanaa.t a- % .1" ?^?n Mr H .???*,. aa aa* f-aa> all l<?* ?W|" If. H a fV'W 4 a . ? , >/? ??? >? ? 1 ?Bu' ' A MIMWI H'llf Pnranrd Of ttrr ** ? *- ? ' I ? 4Jllinp<w or Lalfr In ? >rvr lorfc ~ " in*! (Corresponds* of Ilia Man* Ha/ M?t? j Nkw Yoke, August II, l*M. In one of the aquarea of Now York iluUi i Sft Hlorj brick houae, noted ?* h boarding botme, Mi thiil. too, of rreat rr*|>ectaMlity, If naught el?e to t room mend it but the well known and highly re spectable character of tli?* gentleman and lady who i?ie.side over the name. During Dm month of Mag fust, a gentleman took temporary Itounl thereat, ami among other valuable* which ho very nroperly pinnod over to our worthy h<? t for wife keeping was * pack 11 ge containing nix embroidered vent patterns. of gic.it Uauty and value, which the aaid gent bad brw m lit lioin beyond thcueu*. At this time Uiero wan also boarding in the bouaa the young and loquacioua Mr*. I*, who wa* treated w it h the utn.ost confidence, (an regard* houeaty, at WMt), even aa a aiater by our worthy boat***, btfl whose iiiu.)iHiiil was then on the briny deep, no doabt dreaming of love and tidebtv. In it lew daya our >? > i.di'uiun above lutmed wi-hed to tike hi* idupar tute, nnd consequently what belonged to him in tbn bouse, and on getting bla thing* together, lot tha package o4 vest patterns eame up mi-odiur, and, la *1101 ten the hti.i) . In * jm obliged to go it way without tbrm , ninrh to the n>iiitlDcatiuu arid chagrin of our host ami hostess. I line waxed on, when a ceit iin young nnd appa rently good man took board u*< almve, nnd coming ' I" in the land of gold. full <>t wonderful Uleaol' travel, it did not take long to Inveigle tin- fnir duugti ter ol hve, Mr*. I?, and ullure bn bv the pitbjr re turn k-- and hone \ ed words of him who nliouM at leant him' had the tenth rommand un-nt a little atiotigcr impicwcd un> 11 bin uiiud, to 1 no e h?r t? I ?' much pirn, etl with hi* bearing uud society. Tine love never rnna *11101 th, aud ho In ? tittle tine our worthy hostc** found, or feared *he had found it lo t* the caw with Mr*. I* toward* her tigiiiful lord and huabuud, Captain L., who, as Ijefura tinted, wna then nl.*ent. Tilings growing no l*'tter very fest I etwe? n the f?ir Mr*. I,, and the good ma a fiom the land nf gold ? It being the theme of conver sation among the real of the l> ourdure? our worthy landlord found it ne e**ary toqioct both parties Iran bi* domlcll for the reputation nut only ofhl* house, but ol hiuoelfand family, which wan accordingly done. In July, the latter part of which Cap! I,, return*, and immediately ri (urn* to llie home where, but o nionlh or two provioOi. he had left hi* fair bride, (whom he had married In her teen*,) expiating ? Joyatia meet in v. little dreaming of the alloy mixed with thin world'* |>h'tt*ure, which Hcrvoa to mix up tbe bitter with the xweet. and nla* ! how often doea the former nfcpondcrute and form a ba*c inctal an worthv to be bar died! tin inquiry for liia boloved Caroline, imagine bin feeling* i n iieing inlorun d of her deportment dur ing hi* aiw? nee, and tin- too well grounded mu?pt Ckm* that bi* enr* were obliged to have told him. Caroline'* when about* wore unknown. Now he it known that our worthy I 'apt 1. t< a taltevor in apt ritualism; and. ulter p' loli ring over hU forlorn and nd condition, be rannivcd to atitily not only to tbe Hpirlta that lie. hut to those *plrit<? that havn tor the icMtorution ol hi* lo*t Caroline. Huffice It to *ny, that the Captain (a* he ktutc.i through a medi 1 uin) found bis ?tnn rhrrt amir at u genteel lioarding house, No. ? llroa'dway. where she hud Ixcn tarry ing for aome weeka amid the faHhlonable and gag NO* ietj ot an up loan ? ?itablixh.iii'iit. ! The meeting I mo-t leave imitl^ to the imagiM 1 tion ol tbe tender; but of this portion < an **y, ow 1 the part of the fair Curollnc It wa* not *uch an 1 UTtainment an a lu-i<i dick inigbt have wtahed to be iiitilnl to. F'riitentiitii u* lungaml loud again*! him, ti lling hint plainly she did not nor rould not love him, uelUiei ?? uld shr llie with him again, hot de iiiug to be fire front him. and l? Is left to M<ek l?v own quiet nnd solitude among her kin; at the same 4 time uasiiring him. us only women can OMoiire and a- nt, ot her purity and innocence of any violatioa ol tin mil n Inge vow. Tie ? aplain, tinding all Milirktatlim* on hi* |>?(t vain, left, und afler oiioUmi miciing o( the circle, nrd 1 1 nsi Itiitb n with Ihc spirit that were, be uu Immiihi d hin^eli to 1 or worthy ho*t . the I imllord ot the live itoiy brick house in oii? of '*tr Hipianja aa h|i ii' aid, nliire t!ie loquaiioo* Mis. I,, fortoerlg inuK'td. The conrluaion ai lives! at v*u*t tl.nt U?<* t* .1 in *ete to nr.iko n kind of sort e iijkiu the l*?ard iiii. b< o*e No. Ilirjadway, gain aduiitu>nrr> t > tbe fair t'arvUte, aid. >1 p>?dbl<',)? ikiaubkiou and | he ding, I <.ih of the captain aiol las mate, to licina the e>t)Mted nnte m"ie to Uin told of licr t?-ni|?>ert I I 1 4 uid tna ?tee. (in tin 11 airivi I the* f 1 ml the oliji r!ul ihelr |*ir nil was 1 u, a? d in rour?e ot ronvernatiou v illi a 1 ii it. In gentleman IxMrding in lli< hon e, our fri< ikI who accompanied ( uptain I discovered what ktr waa tmre to have lean one of tbe identiral vest pat tun- w bleb had la-en itiiMtiuK among tbe pa> kago of aix, M ine time nrcvioAtlv, at tlie boanliug hoo"* over will1 b mir ftu nd t>tr*idcd, and, a lierore *tat id. wl:cie Mrs. I- al?<> had r|o?rl< it This ledltoa* inoulrv, ai d our g< n i?ai*n in wlto-c po? < -i..n Mm i-p'i 1. 'fill vest patttin was lv nd, explained by sta tllig it was h | resent made to him b> tin lair I 'am line herself, alio just nt that moment entered the ro< m on u r< tin 11 flora h< r nalk. 'I here aasa " kettle ?.f lish." I.xpl inaiioiu were called for, other ve*t |mt|eru* were fmimj, some la tl e bands of icrvanta. who had received them ia shape of preaeate, to l? made up Into apron* ? 4'a lo'ue stating tbat tbey were piewnted to lier, aad del ting nil knowledge 4/ tin; I in !he prrmlnm wlihanairol Ii -ultrd dignity; *inl. moieocer. sttg 01,1 b Mi' g to the iia|>ortiiiiiti< * of b? 1 hu?twnd aad Ids all v lo once More love, honor and ol <ey her liaga lord. al,i 11 all should lorgm n. The twain thought lo n* p e by other meane; con seijucntly thev ataited for tlu -tatton hoiiM> to peo 1 1 re the * s?i tai? < 1* a policeman. After making pn |er complaint beloti U?e )n?i?. e to have Mr*. I., arretted for lar< e*iy this w*s done, arid in coapaag w Ith tbe stai the was pla<ed in th< stat.on hooaa (or ilie night, notwttbotaadlng her team and I rait-brokeii pleading* to bet lu lisul ririmiring to iet rn to him again and be a dutiful wtia. to all ? * hi' b h' turiK d a deaf eaX, aylug it ?? too late. 'Ibe t.ext uiortiing tlie juatlce waited ujKin cmr heroine, who, with a Im art fall of injured lnic? en<?, told l? r tale of Mifleiing ; *ml here let Mr aay aim could do it ti.o, with that naivete in her inUrestiag ?ml * outbfnl count* nam < whl< b is by no n>r*u* ia tiejiowir of every smnan tudn. Tin re.idt m, Hie justice |S' tianmt tlie examination of the cave, f< r lea son* I c-t kooan to Lim?<'if, for two da/*, srt ting hi" |iiisoner fi?e 00 lo r o?n rerugnitonce. In ' tl* mewntlme die f'apt* in. having 1 Utile time foe I I ftectbm, and not likiog U.u* to i <- parted from but f.iir one, relented. Ajfuili mi InN i ?i> * *< ijr lit ami lia/l, mln-n Ut0 i.|*?a wnan,Mr .nrxoiaM' tin ii m it a*) |ng. Iik? Jul la. " I'll l< ? nitjiw f u I neurit lil? l.rl'lal Im*I.w ( arolliw inn lik. hit tl.?- li>rn tlm. Uklnjf. (U?e ' .ipUui liavnp I' ll hi imiwIi |>aaabm. tliMaU-uiag *i ll.i.i jfl t, with th? a<hi<. "f UmI It Wrfc Itrllr-r f'?r If r t'l {flTr 1. 1 I r.rn-4 <j ifitlv.na lli? ?ir>.il of Hi' iri'.tnlntr >1 wtiich h^rrxawlitaUm *?? ( | lm\( t lr . 1.H<1 I ? t n?HH- UHnir (?Jlr.l, It ?a? foiii.il 1 1 ?? ?m non til lining ipvn l?? '?*? tin- ? v?ti,na jir?* <i? \ ? >(T?ni Ww r l f<y IImi at tl?< Milif U tn n '.f Ik r liti*l??ti<l a (citl'v ti.all f'lit I'll ll.?> tr i' V In rwiwltf.| n, .| mB U i Hi* 1 t/i ImkiI ?n.t lie fa.f ? in fi in l>fi hl'linc Jilari' win- Ii ? v. ( t ail , tbnKi|(H |mli' ??mrn , iplrtla. ? tf ? t.i |.'? f fi ll |nivi.| mi' . i -.ful, ,ii .1 iri i arljr liM.r wa? markr*! tut ?xamlnuil'iii. |*n<lt?" whlrfc tin.* ( arty ?.. ? kn<lur*n<< *?!?? lUit ?lo n> t |i t !!? think -If t?a? *11#- 'l irliijf li*f rw?. J. ? 1 ? !*hf tia/l t#,l>l h?i tal> !?> wrti < <<f h?t ? h" I. ii-nmUil tht mmUrt In |i?r l.a II u ltlm lot ? c.fnlnn t" tJi ' r.if? 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