Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 7, 1855, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 7, 1855 Page 2
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lb* rtfc't* ol the Know movement agiiimt *it V* h??? received our Madrid oorreapoTvlcn-e of the l*th ultimo. Tbe government ha t received information ? at % public dcn.onctraticn waa getting up the Bap*. Fieeautiona were -ak i u *e prevent a disturbance. HI* HolincM w?* to belrarat in Tttigy. Seonr KucaUnte %?d lelt for 1'arU and London, m roi.te for Watiington, where he Roen a* Spanish KtfVoj to the I'niteil State*. TWe Ve oud Wurt<**nb?r?r Chamber having demanded of Ue King a reform in the poli.icai organuatwu of Ger ? an jr. bin Majesty refused to comply ?'th the request, ?nd diwehred the two-huu.-es of Legislature forthwith. The Lilian i rr !* ; ' unni'uoci^. under dato of Rome, 4ej\,?t 9. that tMx elevation of W. l.ueien Bonajiarte. Ml. of I'ribcv do <"*uiuo, to the diguiy of Cardinal, at (br ?"*t Cutis. ?( >ry in September, wan very probable. ?Keldeat bfsflier Joseph had returned from Parla to ?as*. H Is Vienna rtiat a concordat between the fVe ar-t A nutria was signed 10th ult., and will be pmtu-hr t im loon as ratifications are exchanged. tfc* Brit-kh gunboat Jasper went ashore at Berdiausk, to fbe "-ea of Aioff. and was taken by the Ruaaiana, who ku< oa board a complete code of French and (Cngllah of which they have since attempted to muke use. OnrYondm Correspondence. London, Friday, August 24, 1855. at Paris ? Dearth of \ewi ? Effect* of the F.nlenis ?TKt A'm (*?<*< Eugenie ? The Salic Lau> ? DvlaiU of ?V Jtettanimrrtf </ SufiaJbory?TU Sardinian? The Cri Ubadon in at Pari*; consequently, to gend you my usaa! %to%et, I ought to be in her Majesty's suite, or at the very ftail attache to one of her maids of honor. It 1m hard ?pww a correspondent to have to send an Interesting oc ?Mart of nothing, or to be compelled, like the daw in the ftktla, to (tick peacock's feathers into one's tail (1 did not ??n to pun upon tale) and daunt about in Paris de waetpftons of English royalty. I cannot do better, there kN, than enclose you what 1 fan cy may interest your tr* most. Victoria'* reception has been in every respect . satisfactory. Her viidt is to the French nation. Paiie, with that line tact for which it in celebrated, in ?ware of this, and the people have given her an warm a welcome a* the EMperor. This visit is moro Important than many men think. The cnt'-nU Is now really >ortliale. Suppose 1-ouis S'upoieon died to morrow; suppose even mm of hiit tumily succeed him; suppose Henry V., or the Chant of Paris, came to Iho throne ? I believo that, happco what limy, a leeiing of friendship has been estab lished hetwun the two nations, who have blod side bv ntda. which no despotic sympathy could annul. A French hgitiinist kin* wno would dart* to declare it his will to ,Mgj>?rt a Nicholas and a Ferdinand would not last three The Fmpresa Eugenie is really Raid to be in that tMereatiiig situation tn which all ladies ought to be who lave their lords. At the same time the imperial offspring may bo a girl. Thero are rumors that if that xhouUl tx the c?"e louls Napoleon will revoke the Salic law, as did ?le King o( S|ain, in tavur of Ills daughter by Christina. I* is a serious step. Meantime- every deference is paid to Ftinco Napole<?\, die heir presumptive. We have now full .iccouuts of tho bombardment of Pwaaborg. ILat place bus been gutU-d. Everything that *Kjuld be destroyed by a bombardment has keen done. Tlio Lai, storehouses, .Vc., liave been burnt, the powder milia blown up. but the forts ol die ser* n islands of which tSweaborg consista remain intact, ami Helsinglors samauis natnnVWi The floota are at anchor utv Nargon Mo accounts have yet reached us of the bat'.le jf the Habarusya, on tho lflth August. The loss of the Rus ahna was much greater tliun was at lirst supposed. An armistice of two days was required to bury tbm. Ih* lr loss in dead was about 5,000. They wore aaasroanded not by IJprandi, but by Prince Uortscnakoff hi person. lliey wcie 60,000 strong, and fought despe antrly ; but alter four hours lighting with tho French and Bhrdinians, tied, leaving their baggage behind them. The Sardinians fought bravely, and those latter brave men . founded a claim to the help of France and England, should . ?ley over lequiie it iu their own country. Let Austria beware ! The men who bled at Novara. under Charles Albert, aro <(uito ready to draw the sworu again for the ii dependence of Italy, should a war for that object again be waged in the Italian peninsul i. The report that another bombardment of Sebadtopal had commenced, is incorrect. The tiring is kept up to protect the approaches towards the Xalakoff and lie lan, but no regular bombardment has taken place. This new h mbardiucnt is expected to be final. Every preparation la Icing made for ano^ier winter in the Crime i. IBB WAR. COMMENCEMENT OF THE LATEST BOM BARDMENT OP SEBASTOl'OL. St. PmEHKBunn, Aug. SO, 1855. A telegraphic despatch has been rective.1 hure to the Mtowing effect : ? Ct.imka, Aug. 18, 9 o'clock ? Night. ?eneral I'rince (iortschakolV report! that, at the above date, the bombardment which was commenced by the ?died army at daybicak on the litli. and which was re t armed with great vigor by the Russians, still continued. ST. FbuuiiM,, Aug. 22, 18')5. FrioeeTJortschakoff reports that, since the morning of '.ha 20th, the fire of the allies has slackened. The enemy's fire has caused but littlo damage to the lavtifleatiuns. * War Dkivartment, Lo.ndo.n, Aug. 33, 1855. Lord Fanmure has this day received a despatch, of which tho following is a o py, -addrossod to his lordship Ay Ceneral Simpson Brrowt Skiustopol, August 11, 1855. My Lose? I had the honor to acquaint you that during the past week the army lis < Vt?ou unceasingly employed in strengthening and improving the advanced works, which a: e now so close to the enemy that it is with the greatest difficulty any approach cau lie made. Uy the ?aaualty return which 1 enclose, your lordship will re gret to see a large nnmler, though the proportion oi wounded over the killed U con- 1 leralile. Hrevet-Major Macgowan, i t the Pis!, is supposed to have hlra a prisoner into the hands uf the enemy. I have caused a letter to be addressed to th- governor of the place to ascertain his fate, but up to this time I have re ceived no an.-wer. The health of the army i?. on the whole, good, although the cholera still continue* to <biil\ -everal victims. I have, Ac., JAMES KIMP80N, (le.ueral Comuuinding. THE INTKBIOR 01' t.'UlARTOPOL. A letter from Odessa, dated tl*e nth of August, ami pub lished in the (>.?? lirutnhc Poti of VinnaA, says: ? Accounts >eba?tojsd :<1iite that the bridge estab Miihed across the harlwtr was inaiiguratod on the Jd, In the presence of (ienerals fioitschukotr and Osten-Sacken, and nil the military authorities. It is expected that 'he construction of this bridge will aff >rd considerable facili ties in the defensive operation* of the garrison. It is de fended at either end by the powerful batteries of S'ico taivff and Mietiaeloff, which not on', protect ejcli oth?r, bnt can bring their guns to 1m .-' r alio on the (Greening n?j and the Kaia's lnaia. Thlrty-ti#?? thousand ni"n are ?oost?n!ly t mployed on the iortittoatlons of thisimp?rt?nt point, which would be the oentre uf oporations in the erent of Its l.eitig found necessary to abandon the Kara feelnaiu to the Allies. < cncr?J lo lleben h-i- oomplctely recovered from his wo'inda. IKCIPKNTS IN TIIK ALUKD CJ1 Ml*. Many Uritlsh officers were leaving Uic < im-i on sick laave. The geni ral order of August .;d k> ?itli giv leave to no fewer than .-event v. <'ouij>kints are nude that ??e?r* are notjAnt fioni f.iiKlaad ta lak' tho plaoea of the alieent. 1^ffEr*ncli go into tL t other - ztruoie, and grant no lraM'. The present effective force ol the Uritisli ir the Crimea, enclusfvc of sick utid of reinforoanteaU oc Uie way, is about 18,(00 men. Captain layard, brother of Mr. Ijjrwd M P., died of dysentery, on board ship at BuitkLtva. Twins were born to a r'rencti oinmifr' ic the tren he* before the Malakoff. Ihe lady aecompanhd ber batt.?lion to the trenches, and probably forgot the little i:ieelrnt< ?bout to occur. A winter c.imp ta to be establl-'ied at the t'loft Wu turn. The French reserved oamp at Ma Uk arill so i l>e aug. mented to 50,000 men. to be dividisl bet ?wen Miisl ik and fweet Wafers, , nd sixteen ?<jusdroin uf euvslry ? >11 ?n ?amp at Pao<id| a*ha. A Turco-ljm'pean eommi-slon has lieea fornto! !'> re OTgaiutc the medical department. ? An Kngll.?h navvy wrire-i to the pa^eri tiiat two sh u t llat-hcaded piles, dri*- n into the ground under ?h eleofM-r. will prevent the sinkli^f ibe rUi?, and U us make tlie railway serviceable thron ;h <ut th* winter. [Frem the London Times Augu-t ] We -jniint help aoondlug the nota ot alsrra We tr <*t \ eound 't as often as it Is required, and till th- n>??4< i pre|?rA^ion takes Its place. Noiody now d<.u.t? t. at we ?re ,3 |or another winter campaign In tu?ir>ni< ? Itneeil nt, however, he put so strong ** that, t'>r it everybody Joubted It, but allowed that it was oaiy po aible, Uiat would be quite en. ugh for our pre-eat pur pose. There Is mn -h more rea-'n to e*pe t a a'afer eamimign. now than there this tiuie last ye i aad the excuse 'Oh, everybody expected we should k> ia Hobastop^ >cfore Chri.?tnus.' is now tie ugh t a??r/ bad one fha hope then waa the ilrst rush, the trill of a suecemfv! landing tl.?_ surprise, the ardor of trt ?omers, ami ail the rreshnsMi of a youthful war Now co the othsr . ?nd hop? in cone -nt rated snd dell*?' 1 en one point -the chance ctf tl.e tiext f irth*omfng bombardment >nd as ault. Oils hoveew ?xperience furhidt us tojke sangalne. I' l? true 'list we have pusliod our tr?n. he. :>lnio.t tip ?. the t ? U'i a tions of the Hedat- andtheF.em'U still rb??r t? th<> e of the Malak,off. We are so w ir thit >re ! .? tliirtt *nrty or flffv men a nlffli' m the tr- n-h v?, whl'. ? lies are -aid to low &ae hnnilre<l r? ni-'it The e??.ni* meanwhile, has iua4e the lo o works Ih lore us r.euior than they werr on the I .'si 18Ui, and the as>ailkn? will have to [ass deeper 4)schoe, encounter l.i.* r iiup i "wnts, ind run the gauntlet of ni ^rc ^ti:i> "tuy to n-il OitanseU es in the presence of new fortiflcnt i <:i*, . >t wli Ii d?i ones are only tli* scre<<n. Tlic allies , p t ?if ??)?'. purjose to meet this with more batte-ie ? il ' i ? r gun'. The Km Dch pii'lnise to open fire Witb tm re U..fcfi <j0 inortirs. Hut the t*tt< riei. the mortars uod the au nu nitaec are not yet forthcoming, So. the gt>at dav. dread/ .1 day of wW,.h ? (kU?,^ Uy- , ^lon'^ns'T w'V\ 411 "?? coatllcta of human 01 ot human vengeance / . < t .r t fm-ilM is ,tlll indeAnlWlr pro it z: y ?!?::> rz dreadful It will,'.*, and still wholly " 'r? nnlls. Hut thej-a to, in our opinion oao . A, .md thai is, wl Iher wc take ur''.u v !, not, we ,?hs1l st Tit liAV to winter in o -I r nr. .' ^ .7 "f When S^wHtopol Auis vto onr hands it trlR V hetp of rtiuis. with sll th* horror" of the . r, / with tie eneiuy irtlll in na|aarnlnn of the north .ul -outli tide will only Is- th? v'rint of eur . ? , * "m Woe jy aj>.i wretche'.i a* onr . tic* ot idvao '??i ' r-n t% So til it, wkefher we tike Hebastopol or not, we |hlU Htill bave to occupy tUe heights throughout the eusuimr ?liw> [From the I ondon Standard. Aug, 24.1 The Sevastopol problem la rapidly approaching to a;uu, If indeed It ha* n..t been already solved. Crr.trsl STm|Hou's dosiatch of the 11th Inst.. states that ' the at.vanctd woiksofthe allies are bo close to tie tceaiy that it is with the greatest difficulty any it f [ rot: <h ean be made." The form of expression ? not very clear. but ve t),ink the moat reasonable in terpretation amo mta to thl ? -hat the works of the al lien a> e to far advanced that they can be pushed do fur ? her wlih< uf an actual collison ?ith the works of ttie rlen'J ? consequently, that nothing reinaina to be done but to open fire wltn thn whole weight of our artillery, or to attack the enemy's wotk* by escalade andstoim! It la, moreover (unofficially, Indeed,) reported that the allies are eparatetl Irnni the enemy's worka by no (i c ater dlatance than sixty yarda? a representation that m bt tantially agrees with General Simpson's despatch. The despatch, as we have said beam the date of the 11th '"at. ; but Ge rtscbakoff. writing en the 20th, afflrma that on the morning of that day the tire of the allies had slackened. adding that the Ore of the allies hail caused hut Utile dan ugc. Now, It if not ea*ily comprehensible how a fire from several hundred plecea of very heavy ar tillery, continued, aa we presume It waa, for nine days? fr< m the 11th to the 20th ? and at bo greater distance than sixty yards? or, for that matter, at three timea elxty yards? ct.uld cause but little damage. RUSSIAN ATTACK ON THE ALLIED LINES OF THE T< HERN A Y A ? THE BATTLE OF TRAKT1R BRIDGE. The oilicial accounta ot this action arc very meagre. RUSSIAN KKPOKT. I'rince Got tschnki IT telegraphu :? "On tl.e evening ol August 16 th, part -of our troops crosfed the Icheriiayu and attacked the heights of Te dionchi m. '-Having encountered very considerable forces, we, after an abstinate fight, thought proper to retire to the right bank, where we awaited the advance of the enemy for four houra. Aa they <Htl not move forward, we re turned to our former poaitieu. " 'lhe loss is heavy on both sldoa." OJ-NRKAI, HIMPSAN'S AOO0UHT. I ord I'armure received the following from Oen. Simp son, dated; ? Crimea, August 17?11.45 P. M. I'rince Gortschakolf commanded yesterday In person, and not Gen. Llptandi, G< n. liead is killed. The lo?s ol' the enemy is greater than waa first thought. Our allies have six hundred pr soners. A steady flrt^hai been kept up from our batteries. DESPATCHES FROM GEHKRAL PKLISSIKR. Tkaktiii-iiriixik, August 10- 10 P. M. For some days rumors of a premeditated attack on tho part of the Russians had aroused our attention, and they csnieu out their project this liioniing at daybreak, against our lines on the Tchernayn; but despite tho eon I entratlon of Imposing masses collected during the night The enemy was repulsed with great vigor by the di'lsions of Generals llerblilon, Camou, Faucheauq and Morris, lhe Sardinians placed on our right, fought valiantly. The pi incipal effort of the enemy was directed against irak tir-hridge. The Russians left a great number of dead there, and we made a great many prisoners. They weie in full ret re-tt on Mackenzie's Kam when our reserves j were coming up, and those of our brave allies, especially the I nglish cavalry. Ibe enemy has received a severe check. Our losses, which are much less than those of tho Russians, have not yet been a curutely ascertained. , , , tiMMEA, August 17? 11 P. M. In his attack of yortordag the enemy advanced with live divisions of infants?, six thousand cavalry, and twenty batteries, with the doelded intention of occupying the 'ledloucliini (Tchernay.a) heights. After havirg crossed the river at several points, they collected a'mat-s of engineers' tools, planks, fiicine.s, lad dws, &c., which tliey had formerly abandoned in their llight. Our artiileryt fought, as usual, with gallantry and sue ?cess. An knglifch battery, p laced in position on tho Piedmonteke I ill, lent us its powerful assists *ice. The Uustdan" havo left on the ground at least 2,500 dead. Thirty-eight ol their officers and l,6l!0 soldiers are in our ambulances. Three Kussiau generals hive been killed. M'o have besides taken 400 prisoners. Our less l'i 381 killed und 810 wounded. Among our ofltcers, lixier, l arhois. Alpy and Nuint-T.emy have been severely wounded; l e Polhes llarthe und Gagneur have received injuries of leas gravity . Crimka, August 18 ? lfl P. M. I Prim e GortscbakolThas demanded an armistice to re move ti e killed and wounded of tho enemy from tho field which I hav4 gi unfed. Tito Russian losses surpass iny first calculation. I.ieutenant-General Koad has beoti killed. Our engineeiing works, protected by the admirably sustained lire fiom our artillery, are not disturbed l>y the batteries, und liavo considerably advanced. Cltisu, August 10?1 P. M. II was necnssuiy to continue the airaiatice demanded yesterday by the Ru inns from 5 A. M. to 2 P. M. to-d.iy, for them to carry sway their dead. rhe nearest enume rate >i we r: uld make gives the following results: ? Rus sians bull, d by the Jroiich, 2,126: by the Russians, 1,200 ? total, 3,S?8. >ii 1 It*1 l'ai is correspondent of the Vim*'*, writing on August -ft sujs: ? A piivate despatch from the French camp gi\cs a lew additional particulars about tho alT*ir of the Ichemaya, and expbtlus, to a certain extent, the dispro poiticn.aeinarked by every one, between the loss of the allies end that of the cr.eaiy. It, appears that, the garrison of hel astopol, as well as the anny, are ahnost without provlsit.n?; they have scarcely a morsel of brood to eat, and tliey aie in such a plight that, according to this deapatch, one would fay the Russian commander fn-ohiet eeaily desired to get ri.i of a considerable num ber of his men from the sheer Impossibility of feeding them, ihe enemy had to approach through a deep ravine to approach our Hues, and while they did so they wi re actually mowed down by hundreds by ourguus and musketry, ilio Hussians -were not in a position to return our fire with effect, and did littlo more tlian lire in ti e air. Tliey 'rem to have been sent forth as-despe. rate men, to do the best they could. It was in the ad vance and retieat thai they sufTered most, and, but for the Mgna 1 slaughter of tho enemy, Uieairalr coul.l jcaree ly be cell, d It buttle, "ir we do not ttke Hebustopol with our cannon," uTIds the despatch, "we shall :, so btfoic long by famine." flht Getieiul 1 < ad, whose death Is reported, was a very distinguished officer, and a year ago waa discharging the dutle ol Imperial Lieutenant of the Oiuca-sian provinces, in the absence of prince Woronzoif, and before General Muravietl had tteen nominated his successor. The father of < ciK ial i" a?i, born at Moiitroso, was u civil engineer, who Vh ?TfHl till, service of the Kmpcror Alexander in < ally life ttntl settled in Russia, where his bop, afterwards (iencial lien I, wu?< born.] We lead in the Piilmrntf, of Turin, of the 10th of Au gust Central M tn'cve -c.hlo has tiled of the wounds ho received at the battle of the ICth. He wasa brave ollieer botnal I-UJ. in ihe States of the Church, who went very young to 1 iedmont, and studied at the Military Academy at Turin. Me subset) uently entered the Sar dinian arniy. distinguished himself in the war ot Italian indt pmden ?<?, and bore on hl.i breast the rcwardj of his noWe service-. .Is colonel of tho cavalry regiment of I iedisonte Resle, hi- attenU.m was pirticularly din-cted to the inaiiitene use of the stil-iest discipline, ann to the we' aifltl the .oldiers. The news of his promotion to the rank Major i, cucial had :t aclu- 1 him only a few days betore tt... Utile ofTraktlr, in which ho occ.tpiod one of th?' moH (.Aiilftm jonts. The innie journal says:-? --I' iers prove.1 , themselves in the lITalr uf fhe lath worthy of their reputation, of the ullius bv whose side they ftiugnt, as well as of the cause for which tfcey have taken up arms. In t'ieir first enc iiin bjr with tits Rucsians the I Itvlmonlese defeated thun. IH ff'"i l"us as it is qpnaoling, and which *" " '???'? ut ight at lhe proper moir.. at, In procuring Irnpoi tui.t advantage f>r our country. I'iedmant is do ming fr?n; the . xj.hilts of her sons the price due to her str.'.ighi. 'rtrnd, becoming and conduct. l he A. in.. JMiil. of \ ienra. (a paper inspired by Rus sian intim^-. ?, ) has the following accouut of the battle ot trio a 1 rjnoe tiorte-diakoff waa Informed that on the 13th, Jtli siCiil/?Ci tho l'i inch had collected considerable ?'"?? in the U ? aches, anil that a ge? r?l attack agidust ' l,RM iiiimlnent. He ies(tved to profit by h s ;-.' Ui .-t_:i_ He attempted on th" lttth to l?rco . ' ' fc?AUrand Tchar A. Ui .i*it of .WOOD men tale scattered the In t. ,a t,?. tl ... ,lir, llf the I 'ledinonWe. and alarmed thewb-? U< wgirt.i <<"niy. fhe arrival, t xuservos turn ed the ?Mid#at. , e Gnrt. hakoff having ascertained t at >!*? Att k j 1 irab^lnsia w.vs act fending cuve the signals rtt s.t. 1 k TIIK J?Kni?VCTION OP SWXABOJW. ?M*UBT OF I DM THAI. IU7Nft/?. A - II I T I ' U.nut to itir I ?n<i* >ii 'M aM? oonV' Itw .1 dr j*. I. Iron Wu i d II. 8, 'k.mijwi "ii tho oi*i?t;i,n- bolorc 7h do nuicnt bmM date th?? J3tli Aiii{u/?t, ?ml il< I i it Mi ?,UjJr<>T) ,>n i?te.t of put*** a. 'tar vrw. ?<!>, .iiMm.u.unU. Hid U. k?- of Wellington, tl.o Kx n*Ui, Mrf IM4 >Ui?r omr? .1 * ?r. The J'i< nth had lire mortar *> *?nt &** gt nl">?t*, In ftd'ttfon to the ?hl|>- ? 1 111# lltW. A nilral luud** ? V> for uav report wit! Jhto in formed tbrir loi'i?i?.i? ? tta.t duste/? ",r pMtjflu, an'! W Ot <vnifM ot lii? |>m'. :1m rr.ot'tu . Uie '-ruiny biu> Itm a tt??lj . b | Uij.rt ui WvMtjMiK.ift the detenw of th? t.Ja- ? A'l In ? i ?ij*. iti'- ?* orfn m, by?r?ctluf U\*aria? ? n?-?fry ii'lract ^ o'i? {.. ?<*. iinaiol '?ommimdu.i; nt y| ';. ticiHf to l)t j Vrbur ol thia iatcU-^tU 'h?Tn r?, IfcMrl 0'i j>.r. M ray plan u at tempt * fcrn- ral .. It ,- k i.jr V- i tk* (WrnMi ?r?d the ? |* ia l?'n" f- n'enifjl. ^ 1 > ? I'/ r<ar .vdmii 'I s;,d mjr ? Ji %?!.? lliti?t?4 I" ni<fc J? ? x * ion ?f the fcr U> *u4 *i? nal m ? u!d ta m ? |> <A.'?d by imwu 4f ?lortoi*. In lh?- ???.!?? oftlw ?'-t?t . f the 71} llMr- Admiral ? Vcuiud I art * mnpnrtd .h** rrta H' ihrpni t of ht4 h%t ; ? j with ?% ?..'??? on M? roA filbui Oh -hull. I 'it Die t,*? ri?r r? i <>'i!? Co' M o?i "i p?- fc-d 1 ><?!'' re '.La E'l'ifsf ' I |V iti M I i,?r < th?> ?V 'e ? t ?H* pT*\io%* .",i* thr t ij <1 *Und <|4 i fcu is in ttfitg np'O tlM '0*.' I of t?j<Uf<r*rtl, but ?*?n< t aflera.riia ?NrWl. ll.e-. < ? of ?ur ??? nftri'itu Mug r.*p?ii.l.>Tit >uW .!> . n l.e ?U't <4 th^ w?ilh.r tad thr rapidity *u.. .i kji t.?U ? i i^l k? thrown. m>?w w? - v.-t in ti>..j- life* i of n*rt*r?, wfii?i^ pro*?: to be ?rrnutr Wit jHK-t 1 1 J1 In* wmnwswd aooc urter ???< ) ? ' vV ri >r *?-?t a'? harirj* lw, 0 prr?i?v?ly ? ? ,4V v' U'l ill fTl?< 0* h"*?T Mttkft . ? Mttl ?'l ?' iii| < r?rU/ fn< a ?M'* of tbn iln#, and tW Htcrk uiA :.l- 4t* Ut't'g irj>d wl.h Uiuutir JfiiM, I ?tniii4 ni? +)i ,( 1 1 ? rltMa'x t f <'*pt.iln Hi* fl?lt i" dircci tl.? !.?of tl* tvu lal timU l> Uv#fr? it?it a4?i? ?'?. nfki I .? kttrtt a trtf dlr# (? 1 (?> a thn ? <1 ? lc t : p < ( th<* ; r# m.^..rd to block Uur p*J hi* ? rn v i txid Hikh. inrri. i? ti at :. Inn"j t -tc ' ixHuiif my diiirtad to Ut " -U'iib/ md four oilier jfunhiatii nt-'rr bi* r"? it. ^uitrra t .< m ??jd *tt?-? <].? Ui"? *? in f. ( ?i i f t! ? 'i . it?r ?M : ? totr^nU tl.o w? <t iiti'io v >f tt'li ? r ? p?n..i i^or ?Jtotril'al?l teariu.Uat ii.??iit l*(t ? tn .i/. ,io.t th*iu, with or dt*. a to hatter. . |>r 'ret the m irUti't" ? ? m ?!? tlH-.i-nitjl dtf.: ;,m of i'a| Uln Ratm'*y, ; t f t aftahia i, V?iinf ,jt ,.ud Jte?krt. '.n v a ..i-, ?i II ' M. 8. Ami hicn. w?? ordered to ea-Opcmt* with the Corn ? aUi* and Hasting*. and to t*k? mjr proper opportunity to tli? tnt 10; tt the east end of the island of Kauu ham. Captain Yel.crion, of H. U. H. Arrogant, waadet putihrd to the felt ward, with the Cosaock nod Cruiser under his orc'ers, nod wan directed to >ceupy the atten tit.11 of troops which were observed to be pouted on the in'und of Urumnco, and to watch the movement* of small TWtb which had been noticed occasionally in '.reeks In Uitft direction. Farty tn the day I obnerved that the Attached squad r<na from both direction had opened Are upon the enemy, and that the vetton wan general opon all point*. A r?j ill fire of shot arid ".hell wu kept up from the fortress for the first few hours upon the son boats, and tt ? range of the heavy batteries extended completely beyond the mortar vessels, bnt the soutinued motion of the gun-boats, and the able manner in which they were conducted by the officer* who commanded them, enabled them to return the fire with'great spirit, and almost im punity, throughout the day. About 10 o'clock tn the forenoon firet began to bo ob served in the different building*, and a heavy explosion uccurrtd about uoon on the island of (iustafsvard, in flicting much damage upon the defence* of the eneuiy, and tending greatly to Blacken the are of the enemy's guns in that direction. Ibe advantage of the rapidity of tho Ore from the rtor tars that had been directed, was apparent in the con tinued I'resh conflagrations which spread extennlvsly on the bland Vargon The intricate nature of the reefo on wh ch the gun boats ha>l occasionally grounded, compelled me also to recall them btfore sunset. and the tire of the enemy was s'ack at the boats' of the litet, and then ordered to be asremt'led with rocket before dark, and under the direc tion of Captain t aldwell, In command of the ship beat ing my fag. 1 hey maintained a continual fire tor upwards 0 three hours, which was attended with considerable suc cess, earning fresh fires, and adding much to the general conflagiatiou. At Oaylight on the morning of the 10th instant the position ol stveralof the mor tar- vessels had been ad vanced within easier ranges, and the gun-boats were spain directed to engage. Ihe three-decked ship which had been moored by the em my to block and defend the channel between Oustafs vard and Holmen, had been withdrawn to a more secure position, but the fire from tho batteries was increased, 'and the ^ugagement wa* renewd with activity on both ?idea; fires continued to burn without interruption with in the fortress, and about noon a column of smoke, heavier and darker than any which had yet be?n observ ed, and succeeded by bright tlamos, gave signs that the she lis had reached combustible materials In the direction 01 the arsenal, in the exact situation which was at first Concealed from our view, but the tiumea continuing to spread, it *a< Mwn evident that they extended beyond the l-Uind of Vaig n. aud that many buildings in the l-li nd yf spartu were already in progress of destruction. Hy the judicious management of tne officers of artillery a steady fire was kept up during the whole of tho follow ing nicbt. The rocket- boats in the nvciiing were again aart uibled, when the gnu-boata Were again recalled, and pioceedtd success! > el/ in separate divisions; the first, under the direction of ('apt. Seymour, of the Pembroke, rnnde excellent practice at the distance of '2,000 yards fr< 111 the fe>rtres*. the second, under the direction of < a| t. ( aldwell, at a later period of the night, surceede 1 also in adding to the fires already burning, but the glare of the fames existing the boats to the view of theeuerny, they maintained their ground under a smart tiro ol burst ing shells ?ith steady gallantry. Considering the extent of the injury which bad now be< n inflicted upon tl.e enemy, and reflecting that few liiiildlngs of importance remained to tie destroyed in the 1-dand of Vargon. ami tlo.-o still standing U|>on t-warto were at tho extreme extent of our range, and in |<>. itbns where no shell* had reached them, it was our o| inion that no proportionate advantage was to be gnin id by >oii' inning the lire during another day. I aecoidlcgly despatch! d ("apt. Seymour, of II. M. ^ !*? mbrolo, to communicate with Hoar Admiral I'enau ' Mid with the <ordlality and ready concord I lut ein tarialdy ixneiieuced from officer, arrangement. were immediately concerted and orders given to cease In ng a ter daylight. I Jtt 1- lire, except from the rocket lioam I ad been leturned by tl:e enemy during the night, and It ceased almost entirely on their side before daylight, uhlioi gh tht sea defences in general were but little in jured. M me of the most severe casualties are those whfcli unfortunately occurred fiom explosions of the rocHeta in the boats of the llastingt and Vulture. Tito general casi. nlties are fewer tliau could poaaibly have b>en*x |,ct:ted. I moy bo permitted to acknow le.lge my de?p sen** o. the valuable co-o| erath 11 afforded by A.m af 1'euaud and <0 express my adrnirutlon of the e induct of those under his outers, and my warmest thanks for the ci rdiul support ?hlch I ha\e received. Late on the morning of the 10th Inst.. H. M. ship Mer lin, under ci 11111u1.1l ol (apt. Sullivan, -truck upon an unknown rock on ground which he him self had repeatedly ? ra mined' while conducting me along tin* line of mortar vessels. No blame whatever can be attached to this olti ter on the occasion. Admiral It. S. 1 undas conclude by enumerating o(H cers who have particularly distinguished themselves, lie sjeak* in high terms of Ihe conduct ot the officers anihoa' und matim s of the squadron generally. AIIMIHAL MCXAUS'H HI TOUT. The Minister of Marine has received tho fiJlowing re port fit in Admiral l'cnaud> ? Tot RMI.Lt:, "iff H weaborg, August 11, ISM. Yon ieur le Mlnistre? Aa 1 have bad the honor t?? la' foini jour Excellency by mj ktier of the Ttli, Admiral 1 ui.'iuo and 1 prevented nuitdm la-fun- Swbtburg witn i lie ct niblned Kqnadron, with tb-- intention of bombard ing it. At halC-puot seven in the moron.* of the 8th, 1? liglL-h bomb veetels, each having one mortar. live Fr<nch lxmb voseela having each two ot thc-e pieces it i d u siege battery of four mortars of nearly 10 inch li< re, which, during tbe last si* bourn dtruiMof the twopicvious night*. 1 had estatdished ou the l?lot Alira ham, at 2, '.CO metres from the pUce, opened Cre again ! 8w# ii borg. 1 nni happy to anni*ince to you, Monsieur le lliui tn , ibat thin operation succeeded perfectly; it ?. * not only a simple cannonade which the squadrons have made upuinst Siveaborg, it wan a real bombardment, the im port ant result* of whicn have exceeded my utuost hopes. In 1cm than three bourn after we had l-egun t<> throw shell* we could obseive that they did coiuddoflable dam age in the fort rem. Numerous Are* rapidly broke out on several points at the name time, and we mm a saw the limits rising ubove the dome ?.r the cliur. h wtuated in the northi in part of the bland Kst-S Aarto. That build ing, however, wait not touched, and it mny 1?e ??aid to be the only one on the islands \ argon and r-wrrto which was respected by our projectile* Tehlble exrlorion* wero soon after beard, * I four dif feient times; the tire had reached the magajdn-'S Uil< d with powder and sheila. The last two explosion* were particularly violent, and they must have caused the enemy enormous losses both iu men and mat* i?f. l or several minutes the explosions of shells continued. The bombardment (-eased this morning at half oast four; it eonseq uently lasted for two days and two nights during which time !-wcaboig presented the appearance of u vnst fiery lurnaoe. The tire, which iUll conl'uurs it< i avnges, has destroyed neaily the whole place, and con sumed storehouses, magazines, barracks, different gov ernment establishments, and u great quantity <jf ?? tores tor the aisenal. The the of our mmtar* was so accurate that the enc. my, teaiii'g tlia! the three-decker, which was moored act oss the channel lietwien S'wetiborg and the isbind of lluok-Holmcr, would be d--stroyed. bad her brought into tlx- port during tbe night. li e Russians have reef' ed a seriou.i blow and. 'os-n-s, tbe more severe as on the side of the allied sqnaeron the Mrs is confine d to one English sailor killed and a few rlightly wounded. '1 he enemy 's iort* returned O'tr fire very vigorously, and did not slacken it until the moment of the e\pi> -ions above-mentioned, but the precision of our long rang" jitins gHv? us an incontestable superiority over tkueo of the Russians. Every one in the division fulfilled his duty with iirdor, devotion, and courage; the crews evinced admirable i-n thusiarm, an<l have deserved well of the Emperor am' of the conntry. 1 am perfectly satisfied with the means of action plarf 4 nt my disposal. Ibe mortar vessels and gunboat* ren d- rid Immense and they folly rv-ili*. every Ur a g that was expected from them. The siege battery pro duced very tine results, and It may b'- said that it was frcm an enemy's island, on which we had hoist* ! IL French flag, that t lie uia<t destructive hots were fire L li this atlair, as uiidesirery other oilier circurasfanei which has tnken pbie? fin"- our fiaijs have beed unitoi], Rear Admiral Iiundas 1 1 hare acted with common at cord. lh<- example of the perfect food understanding which exists between Us: chiefs has had the best effect on the spirit of the crews of the two squadrons, which iu nality ? nly form one in tlio, moment of action. Every ?M has only one object- i i i ival each other in ML and cause tlie enemy the groatost possible mischief, and the success of a vessel of one, of the two nations was ap plauded by tbe other with tbe same cries of enthusiasm as if it had been gained by. its own (lag. Toubtless. Mousieur le AliaisUo. the tiombardmeut of vw.?borg will exercise ounaidevable inllnence on the Russian people, who have i,,.w acquired the conviction their fortified plboes an ' tlieir ursenals are not cim 1 ictoly sfielttred from the attacks of the a llie 1 navies, which m?y and most hope to S)e able to deal dostruction < n tbe enemy's ciest ?rltlnav.t suffering any vcrycon-l derable ia ury tlieu,s?'lves. In m milt i? you, .Monsieur le Mioistic, a uinre circutn stontial jev'ut of this aflair, I shall have the honor t j a-k of you a rewani for the oliic rs. sailors anl soldb-rs a bo distitigk-shed themselves nun in the liatt'e. 1 aui, Ac. 1'EVAUD. U' ACCOUNT OP THEUOMRJUttlMH) r. IW e\ti;.or<ti? uy iIoh patch from .lv Journal <lt St. P tn\up nf U.tfu ?! 10, ?0 b?v?? the C^Uowtag: ? Tie t-nimy'sli* t, ?a? kiicbprwi at Nargec, oon jf ton llMmttiattlc aiikm, tixfrjsatoii, (.even ???. fcmr fl< ntii.K U lteri??. IWh-ft'i. c<>ivstte<, one Inir, ov ? pchrobf!', -ixieen moi uir tp twenty U roe d':nt? twoyacljl', unit throe tr?i)j<p:)rt<; iti (ll.Mvini' I) ??><? r*>! wckIii-'I iiii hot AugintB.r.t n?on; and Uie mini' >liy \t ft:4o. Jolc-il the (quadrac i>l t vo)ine-"1 kit ?l- -hl(? tw ") thr? ? ?Jo merit, aacbi) n?l W.<->vf -'mull urn. Pj ? 1?lrj iu| hic dc#(iti'h transmitted tki? iuornii))j. AtMUil tut^ci'ii U nod 10, (Jcuoral De B""g announce* Uhit (In cnijiwr, mlor I*, in# formed ? lino c.f ciorU' (?-i ?!? fti in iCiifklKT titCri'klier, nail "<j|i*tr'jeu<d <1 i in*, tfvc n ght 4 buttery m, tlio Ulet of I. cotii ii. ? ii 1 1 ill i A. y to ojien fcre from all hU worUr re* rb?lni>hMt? I rim ij il^' on the Tort!* < uf Sw? %. I >i| aail i-i r1i?tly. n tin' fort o' l^inirorii, w>( ou il?> Ntcl . !:;? Mtti nr. The two Hit". of the lino an< bo fot# .-?r4h *i bi?vo Li*o np?rj?4 their Art agaJct ubo bitteiy. I"r m I }u .'.11/1 U'l- K l . ? Tr.bjj Iphii- ilv^|i!?t t,?-- I'rort! SWMborg to M. peieMbulg, Au^n*t 0, 30 n.;..ut< ? ?ftcr li.?The cnono**iie nf Um enemy im-t Sweabotf U ? ti"n(f?r ? <krjr<i? IDtnlOtfiw^K minute. Our ar ?UJ| ry parlif t Uuly the lalUry ol >'t. NicbnUi, lej.lU wiUi ItMtMi ; 0, A. M ? Ti e onMiij ' fire l. bw* ? Tory strung, ei.d iii n ?^rd to . 0 p?T rolo'ite. I*o w U.e enemy ' ? tr<ga<M Ai>d ? ?!??; i?? bar* lalun * r''dU% between Vi ii.elke *iirl I rouinee, and miln' nan Irmvni Hie i n the lout f there i- t'p to tl e yr- ? nt Jt.c tbe rr.i m? h?< I'uil ???>ut ?.0i 0 bonih-bei j. t ;'-A. * ? Tie erewy1* -unn. ?y.. ; .nioentra'.^d ! tli# U i tttm, bin aw ?< A. M. It h* ? 'ittj. ..iinln rhtiil i (;ir luiiclM ? Ifc* hdt -'mdU^Bi h-ra t.< mj n,ir!k''il ' ? til ? .i '?? tt>. t ??-' *?""/> P "ifj ? U"V,e It withdrew from Ma Are at noon, and one of tb?m having been ceuioualy daauged bar been towed oat. 8 :1& P. M.*? The bowbardmeut coutinuos to he Tory strong. Avgust TO. ? Mnce twenty minutes after midnight the aggiessora fired Congreve rockets on Hweaborg. Acoord

ing to aa api rcximate entiifiate there wan fired on the 0th, from 7 to 8 1*. II.. at least 10,000 bomb*. The enemy now Area thirty rocket* per minute. '. ?10 A. M. ? 'he stream of rockets on the isle and forts does not diminL-h ; that of bomb* is less considerable. Ihe spirit of our troops is excellent. 7:34 A. M. ? From two to four A. M. the enemy's lire was more feeble; but at 4:80 the action of the mortar Tea sel* and gunboats augmented with fresh Intensity. 9:50 A. M. ? The enemy has disposed hi* mortar vessels and gunboats more In proximity to his left flank, i< con ceLtiatlng hi* fire on the fort of Wester Svarto; but, thsnks be to God, he has Lot succeeded in doing much naim. All our batteries are intact. Ihe bombardment la?ted till the morning of the 11th, and this account is only to the morning of the 10th. Ihe Invalid)1 Rutte, of the 12th August, publisher the continuation of the telegraphic aec junt of the bombard ment of t-weaborg: ? Aug. 10, 2:10 T*. M. ? Since 0 o'clock this morning the enemy's fire has redoubled in Tivacity. I'p to noon our s^-uilants tired chiefly against the works of Wester Swarlh-d and the Nicholas battery, upon the Island of Rentan, but without success. Ills cannonade was then again turned against the fortress. According to an approximate estimate, he fired 3,000 times yesterday against the Island of Sundham. The fire was chiefly by broadsides, or a rolling fire. To-day he nus thrown nearly 4,800 Nhoils against the isle of wei-ter Swarth-o anil the Nicholas battery, nearly all the shells, to judge by their explosions, being neveu poundeja. 7:10 P. M. ? The enemy's cannonade is feebler. 10:17 P. U. ? Hie bombardment of to-day has, It Is certain, occasioned no dumage either to the fortifications or the batteries or guns. During tne last two days the lire has destroyed some buildings upon the island of St ura-Estcr-Swui th-o. THE SCENE AND INCIDENTS. [Pantzic (Aug. 17) Corres|>ondence ot lsmdon Times.] The foi titrations of Sweaburg extend oyer nix islands, or rather rocks, called Ijingn, lilla Savarto, WestSavarto, East bavarto.Vargo, and liustufsvard ; the last fivo aro con nected tiy bridges, and occupy a space of about 1,200 by 650 yards. Vargo in the capital, the strongest fortress, and also the central one. Tbo works are of granite, and as massive an the foundations on which tbeyjstand, being, for tbe most part, construction* out of the nolid rock. Sweaborg is naid to mount 810 cannon, has casemates for from 6,000 to 7,000 small arms, and barracks for a garrison of 12,001) men. On the 7th of August, at 9:30 A. M., signal was nude from the flag-ship, ''Outward and leeward most ships weigh." The fleet, consisting of nine British line of battle ships, thirteen steam frlgr'.ea and sloops, sixteen mortar ?cs.-.els. and an equal number of gun-boats, sailed fr< m Xargen, and, after a pleasant run of five hours, an. chored at a distance of about 6,000 yards from the for ti ess of Sweabnrg. In tbe course of the same evening the French licet joined, and immediately commenced throwv ing up a inortar battery on the island of lAugo, situate si n.e 2.000 yards to the north of the cluster of tive island, which form the piincipal part of the fortress of Sweabor,;. During the 8th both vessels were busily employed pre jaiing tor action; the mortar vessels were towed into po ri: ion, about 3,700 yard- from the fortress, with 400 fa thoms each of cable to " veer and haul on," as circum stances might require. This arrangement proved of the gn utei-t advantage. The llne-of-battle ships remained in tho same order they bad ut first anchored in. The steamers Magicienne, Vulture and Euryalus took up a uoi ltion in tear of the mortar vessels, for the purpose of be'ng ready to give tl>em and tho gunboats any assis tance they might reuoire. The l ightning and lx>cus were ordeied to hi.ltl theuuelves in readiness to tow out any j.un or mm tar vessels that might be injured, or ctlieiwice rtr.doioil incapable si' longer icmaining under lire: in fact, every possible arrangement having been marie, which pi udence and fori sight could suggest, the signal fn m the flagship at 7. If) on the morning of the Oil ? ''Gun and inortar vessels open tire with shell." At 7 :: 0 A. M. the first mortar was tired and taken up along the whole line, the gunboats runuiug into within ;:,0(j0 yaids, and getting their range. The enemy return ed our lire \ei y briskly with red hot shot and shell, but although their range was good, the damage inflictcd was coni| aratively trilling, owing principally to the excellent handling of the gunboats and mortar vessels? the former leirg continually on the move, and the hitter hauling or \<enn^ on their 400 fathom cable as toon as they found the Ku'sian shot falling too clo.'G to be pleasant. At 10::0[tlic first ltussian magazine explode 1, and a|firc broke out in i he arsenal; at run n a second mftgaxinc "X ph (led; and at 12:15 a most terrific explosion took place, followed by a succession of minor ones. Tho f iree ot tlis ?a- to immense that a battery of guns en bartdte was lite rally blown to pieces by it. At 12:40 more magazines ez p'odtd. At this time the dockyards, arsena1, barracks, all tie povei r, incut buildings, storehouses, ^4c., were binning furiously, 1 he f giit was most grandly imposing. The yards and 1 1 1 J s ot the line-of- battle ships were crowded wtth the ixciHd '-tais," who cheered vociferously after every ex ploi ii n. as only Uiilish sailois know how to cheer. To add to this frightful din, the liners Cornwall!* and llast. ing;- and steam frigaie Aniphion, opene I their broadsides at the a me moment; and, as if to crown the whole, the Arrrgant, Cossack, and Cruiser, chimed in with this Llin iiy chorus, by commencing a heavy tire, with good tlltit, on a laige body of troops which they chanced to tv I y on a : mail Island to the eastward of the fortress, li e cannonade continued, with little abatement, up to 8 o'clock 1'. M., when the giin-boat recall was hoisted. l?CM ialof the [moi tar-vessels were also found to be in jnied fnm the quiek and inci -sunt tiling, and had to lie kri of ht out to unde co repairs; tliose, however, which won rot damaged, ?>< ill kept up their tire, in conjunc tion with thclrcnch inortsr battery, until 10:.';0 I'. M., a' which hour the rocket boat- from tho fleet Went in ami V opt i p their part oi the leiformance until daylight, lie n,.c ill. i ing the night was grand beyond descrip tion; I e whole i f Bweaboig appeared one maM of flame, tl e ri ? k<ts and shells rddii.g not a little to the awful Hjili m cr ot (lie iieiy landi cuj e. I At t:bO A. M. on the lOili, the fire again opened from < ur whele line, ami continued throughout the day, at the ind ot which little nppctmd left to be done; ulJ the | morti.rf, In i eh and English, were more or lea* injured. I* ii <? , however, ol the service tendered by the ic ves 1 1- n ay I e^atl.erwl from the tact that durmr the two day*' 1h ?nhardmat not Irsn than 1 <'00 ton* of Iron Weie thtowti into a space of about half a mile in diameter, srd that upward* i f 100 tons of |?>wder were expended. IhU. includible ak it may apiieor. applies only to the I r.glhh mortar veueU, and does not include the quan tiiy (which vaa equally large in proportion), ussd by i in gallant alU< a on that ocruidon. < n Friday night, the 10th instant, tlie rocket heats again Went in and played witligioat effect.. On f'uturdtiy ?in I jing took place, a n?l Sunday wan a day of re t. On 'hot day evety thing was quiet and in repose; ereu the Ui'ghtj i <ep |.< wN in reverence to a holy influence, nnd war ft ill ll.e tolling ef the belli- at llel-lngfori- was distinctly to he hcatd; the dull and plaintive sounds, mingled with the attains of ' rarrc 1 nm-lc fiom our men uf war, eaane t< alii g ortr the calm waters, and offered a strang >, but k otliing rontrust to the nohe, tutm'dl, and excitement of the two preceding days. i n Mi nday moining, the 15th Inst., the two fleet, got ui der way, and letuined Uie same day to Xiirgen. ike ?i tiji ii.ei! order of the day wa? issued by Ai'inlrul Dunda?. Iniu i iliately aftei the bombardment:? I i k i or WniiM.Tor., Orr Sweaiwwg, Anc. 12, 18M. The Ci tenia ml< r in ('hie i is ?nx.ntis, on the present oecnsluo, lo conn > lo l(i .ir Admiral .-It Ml< lisei rte} m ur, K. 0. IJ., to Hie cap in In ol 'i f ire!, and lo all ttie e ijituin*, officers, sen ium and lri.rtri* ?) ttie M|iiadreii, especially lo the roy-l "me artillery, and ibose i mpioved in the cuuboata, morur tc..i?, slid b< au of the aquadron, ids sn real the ze itou < and eri ? . liable mann* r In whH-il Uev bine executed the rations sen lei alio ieu :o Artn, by wliirh a mtj Important success Iks Inn obtained and severe Injury Inflicted upon ike uaval mourn* of ti e enemy. The QiaMtiander 'n-Cfilef congratu laii ? all up'. n tie sucee** ot their i ttoi t?, iiiul will no' -lull to repr< s< ul to the l.ords OMBinlsaianer* ot the Admiralty t' e a?] viees whirb have been r< uttered. R. s. 1)1' N DAS, Commander tn Chief. LHTJ R KROM A BRITISH NAVAL Or i !i!J:K. The following intcrrMlrg extract fmtn a private letter hy an otiicer of the Kngii-h ttect. d?M off ISweaborg, August 14, Wan | listed in the I nderw tilers' Rohm*. l.iverpoi I:? Veil * 111 lie glad lo hear of out fret 1 I ni o ??? at Hwea b? rg: at all evi nts It is credit abl .. d ratlsinctioy, and a?r not losing a man is very ext t.iotnliuiry. ILe punliats veto trpiatedly struck, and a Frcocii n.ot tur-lmat at d the nwler g"t it hMe< from a si. it inch that made them 1 elleve they arte Koiug up. How ever, neither wtii hurt. At tinics th? Kuoiau Are vety lo t, nlnl n. tiling b it ear tremendously rapid re pit vented h ?s to except Coil's tner.-y and prote , ,n. The puctlcc made by the morlur vesm Is and gmi lout* astafclsLcd us nil >v its excellence. Fintntlie I i g'icU ii ortsi bint? alone 3,2?i0 >heIU were Uirowit in 4$ hi nr.". and at least fte<i 13 iadl shells must ltsve fnllcn in, ti e tilare fri m tiie ij.glij-h and French moi tar beats in tic "irst hour. 11 e seminary of the kt'lar ? i^ tbik. ? 1 .100 men di strojiii a dxkvurd In 4 > limits, de Itntltd l?y one of the strongest r.irtre?-e" iu Ki. npe. fMiunting 1.H00 guns. Cuptuia WetJi.i ?4, of the Mat i no Aitilliry, isuit.iandid tbn i j.hi ?ts, i.ud his gen titai arrat genu nts w?.. r, I.-. U was bail r-.l'.i for nil iu the Is jU, and at the end thi.< wet e ail worn out ait'i Ihelr eais we.e i;uld?d during the bombardment . and I do ml i<?ni that an\ oaa'a sense of I.earlpg -ulb el utte h. Most of them mil pnin iu the chest afterward , but t ' . t has ?oW tastad.QB. Lieutenant Horsey, ol th* -t ?ii who Uuew the n.fisl shells of all. l.a't not ri . T'red in Tolwilenily 1 .St night. Aflei the tire of lh? tn .., gur.s v .i" Mibdutiil iit fi nr to -ii ? In ! j hnn i tt in rath u*>ttur kept the flics alight in - * on I* . g, aud re tinned Ihc aici.iiilaacy of the allies. Tin gnfvbi'Bt- bring ntaier in look a deal . f I. . ? (ho film IkiaMttir-feudii; aid it ?as a mo-t b <utiii.l to .Hie Un former msnamilnf? they Itii ? . I, di .'ged, the afcot. 1 ha mortar rest ela wera moored ?tn and afern, and onntintuslly altered ''.nir p -i, ( ? d. ,-lriy tha raw.e at tlie einray; and the gu Bb..i'.- I. ? ?tecr.ting towd in Ii?* ditfi rent ciri ? flu Hi ? ?; w .. a Mieht r outibii , 1m} -tul U e rin ge it tin I .' "ii fl'n in tlv I/mdoa Aujr :*> ) 1U liltn nl tlx Trherrmyiij Hki -tTci ?l ?'n it, .ita cf (be *?r, turn* out mora c< tuidrrkbl* tt.i t on ll.p t > - 1 brie f almoin raeo*. Th# u lai ^ < u rim id. II' t fcy <??WTtl IJpfHi.ill. wliotr ?? ?.i* ., no ml fill- ?qnal to t!?< utUnip!, hut t-jr tli |t i .iMn ndi i in nertm. ib fneiajr li.u.M i.ivo the CcM tivi" I'ivi ionK, f.,0<K, c.i?ulry a,., I t> . ,t\ liatWiffei, ntn' hi.?l rollec'.nl an (urwaM cif jhOl'tii Iter '111 j i-uifc of the rlvor .it dltlfrcn* r ? 'I Tl.ito ?if| bis'1' 1 they b?H c;,ri icl on openh for ,i no 8.y. !>"<? I hey l'?rt frot^ ?o fir n? to rep*'r. in tl e ?t lit? ?Ul??, the great ri ??! trim th?li ,..r ii.' 3 A to li ?-lr 0*11 JK-'ltlon on the h4ffci? trhleh they 1 U.I pre hrtken ?)]), to T.t I ur utvunr*. )n (hti. it AN f?r *!?'/ b??l ?'? ? mlaed to richm^? .1. f. mHe for ? wwite njw ration*, nnd, with t> ,,, w 4j i < 111 rlc<l nil 'l* forew that r< uM bo |. .rr I fr, ?? t .< rit,(f>ra if M't-.'WipcL fwli u resolution in ? ur nil i.', ril Cor. W l.e rf tve are toW the Hi..-., i. -i m y ci -uni lOW? iff.'in,r^ ftid f,00fl rSTitlry. po :#>i the hi iftl't* ?hont M*1 kafliu '?'* laim. find rntnpi ,, lin-ir ?utiuili n with Ibat < f oof own nriny, ?c cannot doubt tl at 1h?!r iifllroHtei wen- l?nfrW mort tl ,.n our* A now larrfe* Tern ,i ftprN i >rt to the \?.y Jlki (liie*sn ?butiita n.-<* rf ?'! tki if* m -m* f.r?.r. Us the etfctr k p?t lb* J' i- urn .irmjf owl depend for everything upon the labor of oxea, col lect e< I wl h tbe great ertdiffleutty, perishing by thousands, and tbe miH mean* of transport, by a route oyer burning ?tipped for several hundred miles. No considerable m iny could long nkt with a commissariat of this sort, and no doubt the army lately entrenched on the heights ol Mackeniie'e Farm wan quite as much besieged m 8e baMoi ol itMlf In both places there must be an in creasing scarcity of provisions, and every week that it lusts will probably entail peat additional sufferings. Had tbe Kusrians forced the Tchernayn on this occasion, and established themselves on the lower range of hills on the left bank of the river, they would have beeu in a position to threaten Halaklava or any other point of our line; and, in the event of the long expected assault on tebantopol, they would have been ready to create a di version bv an attack on our rear. Such an object, couj led with the necessity of acting whilo the suppUe* lasted, was worth this extraordinary concentration of troops, the collection of materiel, and the presence of l'rince (iortscbakofT himself in the Qeld. As in every other instance, however, the attack has entirely failed. The Russians have left no less than four thousand six hundred men either dead on the Beld, wounded, or prisoners in the hands of the allies, besides those whom tney were able to carry away. The nature of I he country, which befriended them so long as they were content to occuiy the heights, must have greatly i in I ede<f their letreat, particularly when the attack was mainly directed along one line of road, and upon one par ticular p?.int? tbe biltge where that road crosses the Tchi rnaya. Here, doubtless, it wiu? that the carnage cbietiy occurred. Tbe advancing Russian columns, as at Iiikermann, were probably' urged on by their own momentum, while for three hours they were mowed down by tbe artillery of the allies. On the side of the Piedmontese a British battery, It now ap ptsrs, took pait in the work. From the uospeiate na tuieofthe attack, it is not improbable that I'rince Cortschakoff uvalled himself of the new,, troops just, ar rived fn m the inteilor, and marched them straight to that destruction of which a few weeks' experience might rosfibly have given them too keen a foreboding. Nothing but tbe greatest necessity could have prompted an attempt so fraught with risk, with to few chances in Its favor, and certain to cost 10 much In case of defeat. Fri m all former accounts there was no Intention of dis turbing tbe Russians so long as they remained upon their ( ?n heights, described us a natural fortress, consisting generally of steep hills, surmounted by precipitous rocks, with here and there a narrow road entirely commanded from above. In the mere (act of the attack, therefore, as well as in its foilure, wo seem to see the be ginning of the end, and are not surprised to bear contem poraneously of tbe active preparations made by the Rus sians for a reti eat to the north side of the lmrbor. In thi< state of things every day may be expected to bring us tbe intelligence of a decisive assault, and, though it would be presumptuous to discuss thus early I bo proba bilities of a new siege against, the Star Fort, yet it cannot be doubted that it would begin with all material cir cumstamcs much more in favor of the allies, and against the Russians, than when wn commenced operations against the southern side. ? The battle on the Tchernaya, at tbe distance of 3,003 n.ilf s, tec k place on the 16th inst., that Is, last Thurs day. We have already numerous particulars; we know tbe exact losses of the allies and of the enemy, the na ture of tbe attack, the extent of our victory, and its precise value. On the other hand, a great battle fought at little more thnn half the distance, at a day's sail from a telegraphic station in momentary communication with this metropolis, ait long ago as tbe 9th, concluding on the 1 1th ? iluit is so last Haturday week, or nine days ago ? is as yet, iuii ertetly known that no one ventured to a*, rign its proper value. H range to say, we received on So ft. rdny the Russian newspapers containing their account ut theaftair, and either | asking over or expressly denying tl e damage supposed to be done. We have sines received the report of ihe French Admiral, which is satis fi.ctory as far us it goes, but from our own Admiral we have heard nothing. The bombardment of Sweaborg wus concluded on Saturday morning, and by Monday morn ing at tbe very latest, it would hate been possible to col lect till the particulars of the action from every ship en gaged. The despatch containing them might have been delivered ihe next day at Dantzlc, and on Saturday at our Admiralty. A large part of the contents might have been liansmitted at. once by the telegraph, una so pub lished in 1-ondon last Tuesday or Wednesday. No ar rangements, however, have been made for that purpose, ai d the Russian newspaper, assisted only by railway, is able to give all Europe the Russian Version -of the utfulr long before our own government has learned anything moie than the merest outline from its own command ers. The result i*, that after nine daft w>! are still unable to state the exact amount oi our ad vantage at Sweaborg. That wo have burnt every thing combustible on the group of bl inds before tlieroad s cod of Helsingfors, including arsenal, inagisslnes, stores, workshops, and the dwelling houses of thu a.iillccrs. is likily encugli, though not acknowledges! in tho Kussian iicciuut of the nllair. Hut it it by no meant clear, from, leien otir ?,?? a rem, lit I that ur hair. tilen-erl thr l.atlenet, or lb if Until any main ial damage. Indeed, with a fire muin ly vertical, latterly chiefly of rockets, at a distance oi 2.6CO yards, it is evident we could produce little impres sion on perpendicular faces of granite, or the living rock cot into the form ifl batteries. At no altem)it urn marie to i the rtcd* , to capture or dettrou any remit* that might lr ft i:nd uithin, or to ac.'troy Uic public biiildi.igs and storm in the ( i'y if lleltinpfi r*, ve mvU conclude thnt the bat tniattill j raintcii tin imvrmonn'abte obstacle to the cn 1 1 n ere tfjke allied Jtiet*. BOM1URDMENT OF RIGA. The Hamburg New* has a letler from Riga, 'if the 12th ot August, gMng an account ot tbe slight ciinnouade in I ictidon that loun, by two ?>? the English lloet, of which we have already published on intimation. Tbo writer .-tys, "the day befoie yesterday we experienced a boin 1 mi merit ' n a smull scale. About 4 o'clock in the morn ing two Frgllsh stean.ers, a two-decker and a ft i.^ute, came in sight <f our tort, and at half past five opened a fire firm u dista uie cf a thou. and fathoms against the bat.e rle? i n the ieait and tbe gunboats ihhi them; the can i )a> tfd wi'lioiit inlet-mission till halt-past seven. At nine the vissels left the roads, steering along the ci ust ot Livonia, and gave chase to a small vessel laden with ww d. At the end of thiee hours they again re turned, i.nd continued the cannonade till halt-past seven. In the morning they were out of sight." THE WAR IN ASIA. A letter publb-hed in the Constant inortoeorreepondenee i f tie l.ondon Herald, which U dated KarV. July . 0 s-iys: 1 lie itussians are still at Zalmc. They have reoonnoitorcd i t> r position fiom every direction, without once presum ing to attack us. On the 23d the enemy received fivn i ic-^e guns from tluinri, which be in trying lo put In posi tion. The n ad to l'ert-iu hy Uuyzid U cloned, hut tliat via Van Is free. A i rivutc telegraphic despatch from Trieste, dated Tiesoay, August 21, states that Intelligence, from Trebi iotd. under the date ot the Oth of Augmt. unuounces that n Russian corps undor the command of general Sus n.lhefl', was reported to have Rained some success oyer Turkish dctncl.ments at Kiuprikol, and to bo within three hour-' march of Krttrouin. The fortiBcation.-i of Erre roum bad not yet been fully completed; and this new- had rai sed considerable disquiet. The inhabitants of the city were mi id to have received orders not to moye; und all the male inhabitants capable of bearing arms were said to have hern called upon to resist the march of the enemy. Hie Dan tibe of Vienna has r< ceivcl the subjoined letter fr< m its hars corree]>oudcnt, dated July lit: ? If any ?erious operation* had occurred you would eor laitly have an account of them from me. but I nave only to announce that we are blockaded in the strict est tense of tl.e woul. The communication with Kr.-iroum Li so interrupted that only single pcr-ans cun Tonnage to pars. No one for u moment sup )i?M 1 1 >at the enemy intends to attack hars, as he i ai.nuot be inclined to Micrihce half hi* army, ns be has i.o reseives. It is the Intention of the Ru avians to starve us out, but they will hardly succeed, as we have provi sions fur ten weeks (two-and-a halt months,) and they Lave to fetch all their supplies from a coti idcrable dis tance. We hope Ufnre i.ur provisions are exhausted, to rue lye seme assistance. We cannot venture to make a fOitie, ... we have hardly any cavalry, and the enemy has la, tOO horse, 'iho XuBslans have iOttdu themselves matte is of thi whole neighborhood of 1 ars, without our lx iog r.ble to offer any opposition, l'erhaps, in spite of alt dissdvantsgM, a bokl leader might \en! ure t(> make u lx itie, but to j | ink the truth, out high, aiul b 'jjhest effietri, i< iue?ibci ing the good ailnife, " rrndauee is the iMillar of wisdom, prtitr remaining within the tie: i liu. Poaltlou ot Anrtrla. [Vienna (Arg. '.0) correspondence of Londou Stnudar l.] 1 m<?itiened In < ne of mj former letters w^icU was rtes a Hw dirt aince, t hat J luwlg good M;i-ontohe li. re tl at the allies had lat? Iv signified their willingnes i to sbii'.e by the four point . which they eon tier 1.1 would foim a lit and proper basis for the Conclu sion of ? future jeace. ( l eof the semi-efiieUl pajiers of thin city Informs ns ties ii o n ng that in ? use mi nee of this communication. Aust. m l:as aild'i -.e<l a pi i?>te note to the sen rat t.ietn l-ers < f the (iei manic (inn federal ton ? :i note by whl.'h their inituc |n licy must be cltarly and distinctly defined. The ? i nelu-it n aril vi d at by the 1 > tiUTi rt A. .-emViy on the Ifth of Jul} is deemed to hav? bei nbut little satisfactory, i f i nlv being of a negative nattue. Austin cm fiih r? the tinrie i< n?w n ine when the quettion must Ii Hi. ally sett ? d, wl ether united (iermsny is to march . (, n Ai.-:tU b t; to W'u w her ciinr-e unassisted and i.bne lie contents of the note hive not as yet ti:nr|lied, bi.t It is > d to l< of ?u5h a niiture that a oiftrti ariangen.ent must be the result; ami It would ? em t' be unturned by the fact that it ha^ been late y t.| rut i:i ?VIT< tent i irele* in \ iennn that the reta il- n ?( th ? teort with the Cabinet f ft. i'eletshurg i ?*? i.ot met >1.) expectations en'er'alned by the ? ivern n < nt if l.i.n a; and it d? i 1 i' Is not, improbable that i m . i I ss 1 1 1 n - ba r: i 1 f ? ii the position lino w hi:h <li l i i l>n hy Ibe IX'?)[I( -el hy the minor Plates. An?i'i.i > hi t f h'shi has ft' > now leilged t he eiu?e of the allies tn lie itfeht und ' Crimed she has no wi'h wn.'itever to m p . re eonrlueC'l < Tcei t on the acceptance of the n rditi) ns oi iiiinally ptsj orM, ha- nr.-ertiicb -s refused t' ske Li. aims in the nine, while Fiedmont, her i rblur, l? tfthily ett.aned and Ppaln i . al l to have I i'ii ill lii r< n'u.grnt, and lionmrk and I'urtuira low (|ii at inclination to follow the gool example tliu? i Rend. T II K VKHV LATEST. fur mri r/m n.i.* uimim to U'Rroi.] JyOMKlV, AugUnt 28. Tie K >, ur Mumum-inr the honor ?onfrtr?4 lijQwn \ Ictvila i ii ?he 1' Nn{M.I?oo nnd (?ener?l I'wnrobcrt. >&} It lfwr)lkun?u tli?l the Order of tin Hath ntu < rlj I* eonlorr. <1 on foreVnera fi?r roilncmt military i^i iie< h rri. >r?d in ' he common Mu?*. lh? M< Hitter ?lo tajr that I'rinee Jerome Nn ;>'<!? >n. w? mm- lualth ktftjt | rrrentad him from taking j*rt In the > iTi-Uglnn li) the V??|>eror 1" tli?- (Jueeii of Knglaod, will f? me to I'ari.t ' n irunday iu Older to pre?eut hU bt*j ge to the Queen M i? df|*rture. But wk:m Si ? Mb- Ai.f ?4, 1V>5. It I* r?>w officially announced that t/i>een Victoria will i ml ark at ihta port OO Monday 0?n, Ofi h<-r return to I rgki ml. it* fn.jeior mill accompany her Mnjiwtjr and I lie royal |?r'ytrt Bowl'fsie. It* f?Uo* f?f lit tt* arraagr meat* UW ilotrn wliieli are <0 conclude the splendor at thin ever memorable event, viz: ? To arrive at 11 A. M. , ri iit the camp- , grau j review upon the sands, grand dinner at the PaviHoo Hotel; illumination of the city and of tbo port: departure ef her Majesty at 11 o'clock at night amidst flambeaux and flieworks. It is -tated in well informed circle* In Paris that order* have just I. con given to send reinforcements to the Cri mea to the number of 50,000 men. Norwegian patera state that the While Soa wiuadroa bad captured two Russian ships and a small steamer. The squadron wan preparing to quit the White Sea. AUSTRIAN COMMERCE IN THE BLACK SEA . Viknn a, Aug. '23, 1866. The government has granted a subvention for one mil lion to Austrian lioyds, in order to enible them to in crease the number of vessels in intercourse with the Crimea. The GcttNe (If to bourn*, of Berlin, say* that Austria, ha* declared that Hhe will treat according to military law, every Individual found tampering with Austrian soldiers, or with any persons subject to military regula tions, with a view of inducing them to Join the Anglo Italian legion. THE WAR IN ASIA. According to the Moni eur the Russian division between Kara and Krzeroum, after marching to Deli Bada, where t was reinforced by a corps of 8,l00 men, advanced on. he,1 1st or l.d lost., upon Kenpir Ken.. Some Turkish troop* who were stationed there, giving way before su | erior numbers? hud to retreat. The Kussians: pursuing i heir march, bad encamped at three leagues from Erze loum. RUSSIA. ? BKni.iv. August 23, 1865. '? Russian agents are here, and are sent to the chief cities of Europe, to raise a loan for the Ku-sian govern ment. THE BALTIC. Bantu', Aug. 24, 1855. The Geyser has arrived. All the mortar vessels went home on the 19th. Admiral Seymour lias relieved Admi ral Bay neH off Cronstadt. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. The Txindon limn city article says:? There was a fur ther incrrase of ease on Friday in the money market, the large amounts drawn from the I tank of England during the recent pressure being likely to be felt us an extra supply until some of tne bills then discounted sball have run off. The Daily AVu* city article says: ? The English fond* remain perfectly stationary ; in tine, with little business, the| market on Friday was totally devoid of any feature of inteiest. The money market maintains the easier appeal ance lately noticed. At Paris to day French funds closed at a further de cline of per c ent. Consols varied scarcely throughout the day from yes terday's closing quotations of 91 >, a 91 \ for money and account. ' Advices from St. Petersburg of the 16th instant, quote exchange on London at Stijj a 36 7-1# discount. About 2,000 casks of tallow had been taken for trans mission overland, at 110 a 112 rs., an 1 about 1,000 ca*ka ; at 100. Commercial Intelligence. LONDON MONEY MAKKKT. London, August 24 ? 12 o'clock M. ? The English fund* keep very steady, with but slight fluctuations. Consult ope red at last night's closing prices, '-1 a 91 for mo ney and time. Kcduced at \tl% a 91 , and the new 3 per contsat 92)4 a 02Jf. 2 o'clock P. M. ? The stock market has been very qniet, with scarcely any business doing. Consols continue at 91 *? a"01>4; reduced have been doalt in at 91'i a 92.', ; exchequer bills, 13s. to 16s. prem. The business in foreigA securities is confined chiefly to Turkish. MKSSR&. BARING'S CIRCULAR. London, Friday, Aug. 24, 1866 ? 5 P. M. We have to report continued activity in the Colonial and foioign produce markets this week, and a large busi ness him been dono in sugar at advancing priced. Cotton firm. Money easier. Consols leave oil' at 91% for money, and 01 ?? for'lhe Account; dollars 6s J^d. ; bar silver 5h. 1 >^d. ; South American doubloons 76s. (Id. a 76s. Od., nominal; American eagles 70h. 4d. ; (u.rolus dollars As. M. American stocks lime been without any marked de mand, and our prices remain without buy alteration worthy of notice. Coio> dim and dearer; 3.800 bugs (iiiayqull realized the exlieitie rates of from Jos. a 44<. t'd. tor good quality; 4'.0 bugs '1 1 iuidnd were disposed of from 40-\ for grey tu 40s. Cd. for very line red, being fully In. dearer. Coi iiivwi. ? little offering, and importers are looking for improved prices; of 114 bags Mexican silver, about two-thirds sold at previous rate*, 3s. 8d. a 3s. 9d; 100 bags I'.om'.Ui us silver brought 3m. Oil. a 8s. lid. Cotton. ? llie sales for the week are 1,860 I tales without charge wi piiccs. At Liverpool there has iieen a good de mand during the week; yesterday's quotation for mid. Orleans was (j 7-lfld. per lb. Com E.? llie market is steady; 917 caaka, and 390 bblfl. and bags plantation Ceylon at auction, chiefly sold at about previous prices, say from 60s. a 00s. Gd. for low mid. to mid. bold colory. 050 eases and 14 bags Telhchcry were disposed of from tils. Od. a 68a. Od., and 360 case* Quilon partly sold from 66s. 0d. a OOa tor line ord. pale. Of 1,010 bug? Rio about half sold, ordinary, much mixed, bringing 8im., ? ith tine ordinary washed at 57s. 235 canes Neilgbei ry realised from 60s. a 04s. tor rather colory. I ate laf t week two cargoes of Rio wet e sold for near port* on tho toiitinent at 37?. 6d. and 37s. 10 >?d- . insured free <f particular av< mge. Cobn. ? The fro-h supply of English wheat on Monday was small; but ihe trade was oxtreinelv '0f at a decline of 2s. a 8.". per quarter on the prices of the previous Mon day. Several parcels of new white wlcat rfppeare I, va i y ii a un. cli in quality, the prices obtained ranging from i 8s. to 78s. ] er quarter. 1-ast week's average quotation was 7"is. 0<). on "6,(81 quarters returned. On Wednes i ay there was a better feeling in the market, and to 'la> . with pome demand for export, prices of wheat advanced s. and 8s. per quarter. We quote white American wb?at 70s. a 78s., red 72a. a 74s. pet- quarter: American tour 40s. a 44s. per bbl.; yellow IndL.n corn 39*. a 4<K CoiTER St' ady at late quotations. Foreign In moderate demand. Chilian slab ?112. l itres, fir ? (astoroil ? 100 cases sold from 5d. a Od., being Sid. j er lb. dearer. Aloes ? 14i case* Cape sold from l!>#. a 04s. id. Shellac ? ? <f l'.'O ca tea and 200 bags, about half sold fiom 42s. Od. a 48s. for f.iir to good bright li\ er. 4flp. a 40s. rd. for midilllug rod button, with fine ruby at ,0s., and from 00s. a 03s. t'd. for block. Turmerio ? 346 bogs and ICO pockets chiefly sold l'rom 16s. 0d. n It . , for middling 1'engal, and 15,*. for ordinary Madras. Quicksilver Is. 9>fd. a Is. lOd. Outch 22a. a 23s. Gam bler l's. 0<l. a 18s. HmF.? We have no improvement to notice in Russian; St. Petersburg clean ?44, sellers to arrtvo at ,?13. Ma nilla In more Hem mil. at improved prices; 265 bains at auctii n brought ?88 15s. a ?40 16s. for ordinary roping quality, .luie very fltm at late ratew, 3.470 bales in pub lic sale ehielty told at ?14 a ?21 7s. rd. IxDirio In moderate demand, at last sale's rates. Ikon. ? The demand continued good, and prices are un charged. We quote raits ?8 a ?8 .'>s. ; liars ?8 5?., tree on boai a in Wales. Scotch pigs 81s. for mixed numbers on tho Clyde. Swedish scarce at ?13 10s. a ?14. I.K-Ali.T-s'teady. Common pig, ?22 15s. a ?23; Spanish. ?22 10s. L^liu.? Quiet; Western, in kegs, 50*. a 58s. Linhhd.? b'tuily at former rates, with an increased de mand. partly for export. Fact India "3s. a 77s., iilack t*ra 71is. a 75s. Arrivals into London. 7,407 qrs., ail from the East Indies. R^l'tfni).? In active demand, at advancing prices; 73s., er st, freight and insurance, for Calcutta shipments, has bA?i paid to some extent, at whieh price* there ate now few sellers. I.INMTD Caki*. ? (lull, and lower prices hue been ac cepted; importers, however, look for a. rcti"wal of former rates a< the reason advances. M< lAsfRt firm; 400 puncheons Cuba muscovado on the Fpot ?old at 30s. I'd., and 200 puncheons Porto Rico, liltcat, at *.0s., for the Clyde, actual weigh'*. Hi m Is quiet. Proof leewards 2s. 3d. a 2s. 4d. Rirr. ? The demand has been i "ry ac !ve throughout the week, and an extensive buain?<s liai b?en transact < d, at ndvaneii g prices. Good whltfr Hcugal is worth 16s. a I.'ih. fd., mid. 14s. Od. a 16s. 3d. Arracan Nfkransie has bten sold, to arrive, at 12s. Oil., imd Isirongat 13s. 3<1., delivered on the Continent. M Mint qui' t, at ?l3 6c. on th.> spj't. BAimilK.? Ihe market has an upward tendency, antl a large burlniss ha - been done during the week; 6% per tent rcfr has boen sold at ;'8s., ar. 17 per c?nt at3?)s. Si ' ak ha- been Ln active demand lluougliout the week, mid the marl et clores very fti-r?ly, at an advance of fu'ly Cd. a Is. j4>r rwt. The sa.'iw of West India ore .',f EO l'hds. . and '.0,000 bugs Miuilt'us and Fast India at am 4 i< ii all .old at full rate*1. T?u* ether p lblic sale* ci mprfaed 7.704 muts l'enang, 640 hhds. 10O bbls. Port-* Rico, nnil 6',0 lilids. CnUi, nearly th? whole of whioll was . i-pr sell of. Privately a lur^e* ,-u iimvi has l>een done on the m ot, ci mpiL-ing 4.000 boxes Havane at -VK t'>d. a 4(0 1 1 'lis unclayed Manilla at 30s Oil., and 16,000 b?cs clayed at TIAs. a 37s. 0d., 4.0(.0 t.?kgs Mauritius at 38s. ?d:, and ntloat, the following ? :t,800 Nrxis Ilavnna (No. Kjfj) ai 2.r'S. 9d., fur TH4ete, insured free of | articular i uri ge, 3,100 lioxes wh'lu Havana at30s. for Ki ng- berg, l fsO boxei Havana (N?. 140 hhds mil etivedo at 23s. fd.. for Plymouth, nd 700.ases, S(*i bugs brown Bt bia at 22h. 0d., for I.W. r<oo4, fully insured Ihe I tttcli Trading O mpany bs<e u! ertised 39,88r. lai-kets .lava for sale at Amsterdam ou ? ? - ? h Sept. Tm.? 1 1 ere Is rather more doing. /riiun n Congou. 8jkd. a 1 At 1 1 w firm at 56s, rd. for Y. C. on the ?pot, and iW?. a H's. I'd. for flie *r;d of the ytier. T iv. ? V rices of Kngli-h bave een raised 5*. per cwt. We quote romnon bioeksl20s. ;bers, lS7s.; ,-ett u?<l, 131s tialts scarce at l'.fls. a 12fs. Bauca, 127s. a 128^. The a'e iidvctno 1 ss cliecked the deinand. Ti m^Toim.? 1,.'00 bbls. rough sold at 7-. Od. spiriti le diater; Amcii- an In cusks held at i*. fl?l. it -J4?. BKOWM, MlIPI.i: Y AND CO'S Clili'DLAR. IjvEi'-r wr Aug. 24, 1466. We bare fo report a quiet cotton market -in's the date of our last circular, with a turn in p'i-es in favor of I tiyers. nmovntlng In some laetences to Is. ',d. p'ir lb rude in MiiDcl o-ter Is dull and manu'.i turm cf some e'Crlptii n<fl goods ooiuplain that present rates leave a os? on the | n d'ictioo. Tlilsand the nn'.vorable ehan'^e n the weather have created among i holders of cotton a deriie to resliie, and the market cb e lamely at the ti llowiug oi.o ations: ? lair fries u -. 7',;f,iir Mobiles, C%;6 ,r uplands. 0T|d. pel lb.; middllr g, e?jd; fall Mobile-, 0 3 l?; fair ii) lands, i ; ordinary to gi??i ordinary, 6', a ; inferior, 4 a The b slnrm for r he week is estimat' i ut 41,060 bales, speculators u.kii g 4. TOO and exporter* 4, 'stO bale*. T7ie bi.fine-s for to- ay is 0,C<)0 bales, pr'ir.-i pally to the ttade. Total stick of cotton in this port. 5?4 OO1! hale# Ameri can, tl^CN bales; do. ?ame time year, 872.0M hiikr ; American, fiWJ.000 liales. Tl < heavy rains In the last few il .ivs have cre?te.l some sjeeulntion in tie grain markets. Klonr has advance 1 2?. per Mil. ; wheat, Vd. a 3d. per bushel, and Indian corn, Cd. |er 4i arter. The following are the quotations, vie? White wheat, lis. 0d. a 12s. 3d.- r<d, Ids. 2.1. a Us. 3d. |ir 70 lb. Western canal flour. 40?. a 4I?. I'blu leiphta and Raitimore, 40s, a 42s. 'Ihlo, 4'^s. >'ana<la tOs. a 41? Four, JO* a Hi. per bbl. White ?zid an corn, 44s. a 46s. Yelli w, :<7f. Cd. a o8s. Mixed, 37s. Sd. per quarter A -n ail lot of turpentine has realiresf 7s, .T<1. 7?. 74. per c?t. R' sin in good demand at 4? 4d. a 4s. 5d 1 ckdid ?cd at 5s. W * 8" per cwt. for f n<* 1 iel ty