Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 29, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 29, 1855 Page 1
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( * THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 697L CITY POLITICS. VIM Half Bhella~Fln? PabUe BImUb* of Uu> DtaaatUfled AdlMBlUn- PHnelplee and PlaUorin of the Hew Party? Speaehaa of Dulel K. Sickles and W*. Onndta, *?? In pursuance of a resolution |ia*aed at a meeting of the TYmooratir Republican Ward Committee of the Eleventh "Ward, held on Tuesday evening. at Union Hall, corner Fourth street and avenue C, a public meeting of the na tional democracy of the ward wan culled Thursday even ing at the same place. The disagreement of the commit tee of this ward with the action of the General Committee .n doing away with primary elections being generally known, and alio the tact that ou thl* account and other issues an allied segment of the hard shells and soft shells waa aouglit to be organized into a distinct faction, to be designated the " half shells," considerable inerest was felt to know how the proposition for the new organiza tion would be received. Large placard* announcing the meeting were conspicuously posted throughout the ward, as follow :? Rlctshth Waid Grand Mass Minraoor thk Dmotbact ? Union and Victobt.? The National Democratic Republican Kleetors of-the Eleventh ward, opposed to Know Nouiln?lsm and the Maine law, and who disapprove of the action ol the General Committee, in taking the nomination of candidates away from the people, and woo are in favor ui the union and snooesa ot the democratic party, upon principles and nominees, are requested to meet at union llall, corner of Fourth street and avenue 0, on Thursday evening, at 7 X o'clock. The meeting will be addressed by Hun. Daniel K. Sickles, James T. Brady, Esq., Hon. Emanuel B. Hart, and others. By order of the Ward OommlUee. ROIIKKT KABL, Chairman. But J AM is McEaklamd, Secretary. Similar announcements also appeared in the (iennan language. At the hour announced for the meeting n large and enthusiastic assemblage was convened. Fronting the Hall was lighted an immense bonfire, which, with the load peals of a cannon, especially detailed for the occa sion, and the playing of lively airs by a band In attend ance, imparted to the scene a degree of enthusiasm exhi bited at no previous political gathering in this city during the present campaign. At 73? o'clock Dr. A. R. Uollins called the meeting to order, and moved that Roiikkt Kaiil, Esq., be appointed ? Chairman The motion on Dr. Rollins' appointment was put and carried unanimously. The other officers were proposed and nppointed as fol , lows: ? Fit* Fruiflrnt* ? Terence P. Smith, William Duron, .(as. H. Brennan, F. A. Goefx, George Elliott. Secrtlarit/ ? Richard H. Bishop, lienry Waterman. The officers took their seuts upon the stand. The cell for the meeting, as above, was then read, and passed upon with unanimous approval, after which the Chairman introduced to the meeting William Grammx, Esq., who followed in a speech of un usual length, but of much force and earnestness. He commenced with rehearsing the previous history ami progress of the democratic party, tracing minutely the encroachments of various adverse Influences, from time to time, and then proceeded to speak definitely of the posi tion and aspcct of affairs connected with present party movements. He had come, he said, to the present meet ing to aid in the inauguration of a new era in the democratic party? an era in which it was honed would be.' engulfed, to some extent, the tnultipliei heresies, schisms and jealousies which had more recently 'arisen in their ranks, and, like Jonuh's gourd in a single night, had grown and multiplied ezceeding'y. It formed an important Inquiry to loam the causes of the many hair-splitting distinctions that dissevered their party, I and to ask themselves tho question proposed at Syracuse on the 2Sd of August, whether in these disngre-mont* was Involved any sound, solid-Jmportant principle)' The proceedings of the Syracuse Coventions of the -J.'ld and wth of August were both reviewed at lengtii, ami the rejection of a proposition to restore h.irmouy between the two tactions was characterized as inex pedient and filming a disastrous blow at the allied interests of the great democratic parly. In conclu sion, he spoke in opposition to the new -nethod of designating delegates to the next national convention, and similar action by the General Committee of New York, doing away with primary elections, and the as sumption thus by the General Committee of the right to name delegates to the various city and county conventions was taking from the masses a power that rightly belonged to them. It was the result, he contended, of a teeling of pride and ieveutfe, uud grati fication of private animosities. The hour has arrived 'to resist this. Every consideration of duty, honor a><d patriotism called upou tbeiu ut riee ia doienee of principle* and right. Trie speaker was interrupted "lur ing his remarks with frequent applause. I) AM ML K. PirKLW was next introduced, and was greet . with enthusiast ic cheers. The applause subsiding, he entered into an elaborate and forcible exposition of the reasons Inducing to the present movement- It was one, he aald, in his view, of the greatest Interest to the demo cratic party. It was the germ of an organization that would eventuate, he hoped, in the haimony, united and cordial action of the present schisms and heresies that sadly dissevered the democrat! : ranks. This movement ' he was specially gratified -hould originate in the Eleventh ward. %s ward was replete with sturdy democrats of the right stamp? men possessed of that fortitude and manly determination to resist usurpation and enforce the right that could never be brought to compromise with tyranny and wrong. He know the men that wore be fore him, and he was always plea-ed to meet them. Within the last three years their old enemy, the whig pirty, hail nearly reached the point of extinction. Know No thing and Maine law schisms had induced nearly to its disbandment. Not so with the democratic party. They stood opposed to these heresies. As one man they were ready to strike in the dust the common enemy. They were firmly silted against them In principle. Tho only thing was to make them still stronger allied la ac tion. And this was the olyect of the present movement? to lay aside jietty differences of minor cbai acter ? cast Into otter oblivion the slight disagn-ement* of the past, and unite upon a common platform, so that in New \ork their power might t>e felt? as felt It would he with tre mendous force against Know Nothings, the M.iine Ij?w faction and abolition fanatics, who were putting f irth every effort to gain ao ascen.lan.-y thai woul 1 prove de trimental to the best interests and well lieing of society. It wis tor this purpose that at a recent State conven tion he submitted a resolution having in view the union of the democracy upon principles and candi dates. In offering this resolution it was not his purpose to yield a single piiuciple. or add a new ulank to the democratic platform, but that the democracy should place themselves In a position that would render them impregnable to the forces at war against them, and reap a victorv which must result from such combination. Although -he convention saw fit to reject bis proposition, he had not deemed it advisable to let the -matter end there. From tho vote of that con ' ventlon he appealed to the (.eople and to the democracy of the Beventh ward to-night. A Vaitl? We will sustain yon. Mr. 8iito.B! next spoke at some length on the reasons which had combined to keep separate the two melons of the democratic party. He then proceeded to estald ah the following propositions: ? 1st. That the existing division in the democratic pirty which took place in 18fi.S, did not originate in any dtffrr (?nee upon principle* or measure*. 2d. That the now j.endinf betvwn the democracy and the opposition, viz., Know N'othln(tl?m, the Kansar question and the Maine law, have all arisen since the existing division occurred? that upon thi?e issues the mass of both organizations entirely agree, anl that thereupon all controversies about mere ioniza tion*, or upoa old grounds or grievances, should he ills r?tlfdfd - . lid. That the national democracy have triumphed in the struggle they have maintained in this State, to estab lish tbeooctrlne that the .|ue*t|on of slavery shonl I be left to the people of the Tei ritories. That doctrine was recognised liV the softs, and this was the gres' point of difference. ? by then should the division tie |.erpetuatc l* No reason can exist for it except to giaUfy the desire of -ertain leaders for revenge and to keep up a contest be tween Mr. Dickinson ami Mr. Marcy. which ran only re suit In excluding them both from the ("residency an I destroying the Influence of New Yoik :n the national convention. 4tb. That the whlgs, republican*, and abolitionists have formed a coalition wiui I n-ton King and Wm. H. ~eward at their head, to place New York in opp .sition to the constitution and the democracy. This dangerous oonfrdrracy of fanatics could never be resisted unless there was a union in one party of all who were opposed fith That the leaders in N th the hard and soft organ! ? cations in making no effoit to bring about a union sre jntolthful to the wl-hei of the great mass o! voters in both tortious. #th. That the leaders of hostile organist- on. per-ist in keeping up their senseless, unmeaning and suicidal -warfare. All good democrats should abandon a policy .inly leading to de eat. and join In this movement, by which a anion ticket can be torined upon a national plat form. The gt sat wars of the party united In supporting their ticket, thus secured a giorlons victory over the . common enemy. Mr. fickle* upon < losing his speech was Jong and warm ly applauded. Mr. James T. Brady was loudly called for. T)it Cnairwas announced his unexpected absen -e f in the meeting. The following letter wa? read fn.m Mr. Nsw Toaa, Hep-. 7! WW. Da A. B. Bou iss asp Otiti s*, Conamsa. Ai (lunun-l cannot auenrt ih<- meattac c?j|<>.l in the Kleventh ward for this cvcninr, having msde other en*?jc men's, which I must kaep. Hut II U.> olyect of ib<- awmtolsge 10 be convened Is the union of th.- demoeraUc republican oartv on a ba?ls which reqn^-es n.s.e of Ha members to sur render Drin. tides which they honestly approve, the project re ?!?? my hefrty concurrence, *n,t shalT have mv score.,,,, ?kg) ?t Tf??? ulur method ?>f wwurtri# Ui* proj*M?**d i ?drou o< dtortu^on. r*|Uir? rfcctkMi, but ih?? ItseV la one f,?- which II se. n.s -o me >he dlstnlere.ted m?s of ?nr should *?rlve wttn real, eoersy aod perserecance. Ton are well sware lha' I ha?e psrilcipajed l"U lltueln poll Ural affairs for the last two years. * ben I "nc- ^lv that toe Intesrlty of our democratic talth was aesalled. and thai oew and dancerooa doctrines were to he Interpolaie-I In our declarations of taHh, I considered It my duly as ade,.w?-rat in onpnee the pernlcloua InnovatioD. and to uphold our ancient creed In lt? nnpolluted purity, whatever ea.-rtflee to me per ?mallv that arUoo might produce In 'he course I then atop' ed <m an orcastoo ratlins for U>e exer iee of coospieocs aod ot)inkt*i I mimI on my own wm-rlrftoo*, *nd for And la wrtUfwC letifr, I brf you to b? thai I ?t?? ilor iirinf only my own Iwllfwutl MBtin^titi, m ? % t rtvWe Cttl7< n. f?rr whom no o-her person la res(?Tn*ihle. srVi LiSm bo poltiicai prefsrmetu. and neither has nor Ute rapacity or right to influence Ibt opinion or conduct of ever. one amongst kin fellow citizens, farther than (he truthful ex pression of uncere conviction may auncl Ihnne who confide either In bis integrity or judgment. It Menu to me thai the two branches nf our party hare e**enllally uulied on a "platform" It rmbfjdlei one doctrine which 1 do not aporori. Hut lut general feature* command m> absent and shall obtain my ad vocacy. 1 here It no reason why even thin riidereiiee in princi ple. and ceitmlnly none why a strife lor leader-hip or office should longer krep apart lluiw who may be brother* In feel ing, an they are in sentiment and Interest nor la there any re* Km why the democracy should longer remain In a minority when by such concessions aa can be made wl'h honor they may once more enter the field of nauie, lull of confident nope, and more forward a solid and unwavering boat whose united struggle mum result in brilliant victor . The duty of joining our furct* become* the more necessary that we may overthrow those who seek o dcgrailc our national character, anil endanger the happinaaa, If not ihe exl Mj-nrr ot our government, l>y Introducing Into our political discussion* and canvasses bigoted, fanatical and proscrtp Ire agencies directed against men wholly without reference to their intelli gence, patriotism or virtue, and exclusively because ol their place of nativity or religious creed. An oppori unity is afforded to regain in till* Hlala the power which the democracy long enjoyed. Tlie whig party can scarcely he said to exist. Abolition, foction, and fanaticism hove matte it utterly powarleas. We can by acilnr in con cert certainly obtain at (ehst a plurality of vole*, and it will be very unfortunate if we lotie the golden opportunity merely to gratify Die rivalry or ambition of candidate*; to appease the jealousv of those who (teem content to be called le*d?rs, though their scanty follower* are only led to defeat, or even to encourage the deafen* ot those who are not uu willing tokeep 11* distracted anil derided, n? we have too long been already, that they may w K id Influence In the next National ? '(invention. Ihe truth li, that Uidlvldual* are generally of small im portance. Our countrv I* at lea*t reputed to be overflowing with great men. No office of honor or tru*t lorn' r> main* vacant for want of patriotic desire to accept ita duties ?r emu! >imnit> 1 can not call to mind one man wbo?c ilf-rMr w<> tld lulcrrufrt for an lustunt the progres* or proapertM 'rf he (Uu n ta nation. When the democratic maaer* urn ? will and abundance of competent gentlemen toaa?un.r *n> '?? wt.? tor which i-in dldate*are rei|iilred, even If all lh?~ e w enioy or -eek eminence, nhould retire and l<?e iN >r ind viduallty for ever amongst the aggregated voter* who * r or ?> r <leslnnal*-d by name In any newspaper or ou any ticket. Hellerlug tin*, I teel pleasure In * atlng a* my opinion entertained lor many*. and often expressed, tliat the democratic re publican elector* *hould. lor their own prosperity, turn away, if necessary, from the few, Iheir hope* and aim? and concen trate and combine the whole |iolltic?i force we can ? omtnand, for Ihe maintenance of the demoeratie creed anil the irluiaph of the dutnoeratie party. BespectfuUy yoar obedient servant. JAM KM T. HKAKY. Mr. A. B. Rot.Li.Ng, chairman of the Committee appoint ed at tlie meeting of the Ward Committee Tuesday eve ning to prepare an address and resolution* embodying the views of those joining in the new movement now came forward tind mttile the address, as submitted by the cainmittee. The address wa* quite lengthy. We give it* landing feature*. Tlie democratic masses were culled upon to ditiregard at the present time all minor diUer enceg, forget past controversies and dissensions, and unite upon a plattoim, in the carrying out of which the voice and vote nnti inlluenre ot the democracy of New York should 1? felt in opposition to the Know Nothings, aboli tionists aud Maine lav fanatic*. Great stress was pluced upon the importance ot primary elections. The action of thelitneral Committee at Mtuyvesant Institute, in duing away with them, wa* denounced as a desperate usurpa tion of power and based upon an erroneous and degrading assumption, that the democracy were tint strong enongn to veto primary elections. Tiio candidate* named under the system adopted by the (ienerai Committee were de clared "stump candidate*," and nothing more. They, therefore, urge the democracy of the Klevetiih wnird. and other wards, to join thein in reorganizing the National Democratic (ienerai Committee, and in electing nominating conventions that will not only nominate good candidates, but open the door for union upon those agreeing in principle. They urge al*o that the matter lie entered upon immediately; that a general committee ofgthree be chosen front each ward, and asso ciations formed in every ward, to be designated the Na tional i'emi cratic Union Association. Certain nuMlillca tions ate rccorcmended in the conduct of primary elec tions. The following are their leading principles, as enunciated in conclusion: ? 1st. Non-intervention by Congress with the question of slavetv in the Terrltoiies, aud right of the people of the Territories to self-government. 2d. That neither foreign birth or religion should ex clude from equal enjoyment of political rights. 3d. Opposition to the Maine law, and all legislation like it hostile to the rights of property and individual liberty. The address was adopted by an unanimous vot*. Mr. V ix TXT M. Ltoh read Ihe following resolution*, which were paaseti unanimously:? Wherea*. The National Democratic Republican General Committee lias, by a gross usurpation of power, deprived die democracy of the w ards ol any voire in the cholne of candl dates to be supported by the people, and haa assumed the nmhorilv virtually to maae nominations for Ihe party In viola lion ol all principle and precedence; therefore Kesolvea, That the General Committee, In refusing to allow the elector* m the several wards any voice in tbeli primary mutters, has abdicated it* fuuednns, abandoned Its legitimate duile and violated the tens s confided to II, as tlie executive agent ot the national democracy; and that the duty Is now un avoidably imposed upon the people. In their pr ntaer capacity, to reorganize the parly, aud resume the rights ol wlur.i we have l-een deprived by those who were afraid to appeal to the masses, beeawse their only olijeel waa t? pur a our eunvenUons with those who were willing to carry out the plana of parlor leaders. Iterolvrd". That we Invite the national democracy ol the aeve ra! w ards to Join tia In this movement to promote ihe union and restore the ascendency of the demoeiatic parly; and In furtherance of thia object, la elect lorthwith three repmten'a live* from each ward, to enn*lltuie a General Committee, with power to convene aomlnatiag cmivenUoas and to cooperate in the noaunation ol a union ticket. Hon. txAMH. B. Hart, in response to numeruu* calls, came upon the stand, lie Maid that it would delight him to address the democracy of the Kleventh ward and especially upon an occasion fraught with tlie momen tous and interests connected with their pre- rot meeting. Ihe state of bis health forbade a lengthened speech, lie could heartily endorse, however, the sentiments lhat hail been uttered in their hearing, llis earnest *ym|>athie* were with the present movement, and lie should use every effort within his power to carry to completion the ends sought to lie gained. (Cheers. ) He believed the best interests of the democratic party would be effected thereby. I Jr. Hertz was loudly called for but did not appear. A motion was made to adjourn, whirh was carried. Ihe assemblage thereupon dispersed in the utmost har mony and quiet. fn the early part of the evening a rather uoisy character, whose interruption* of the speakers by continued interjacnlatory remarks were deemed a little too spirited, was iemo>ed from the hall. Other than this everything |iasptd off orderly. Hard Shell Aaaemhly nominations. Tlie Hard Shell Assembly Nominating Convention* met la?t nlpht In their respective district* to nominate fun didate* to lie voted tor at the next election. We have received the following return*; ? kiwt ajvksih.y i>u?nti<T. Tlie delegate* to the Kirnt A??embly IH*triet conven tion, composed at the Klr*t and Second ward*, met in Beaver *treet, and organized by the appointment o| Jic *eph Blackburnc a* chairman, and CharlM K. fttckmela tier a a secretary. <m motion, Mr. Michael Ityan. of the Second ward, ?n* unanimously nominated a* the hard candidate for the State Aasemtdy. A *erie* of very com plimentary icsolution* respecting tlie nominee >ia pa?* <d. when tlie ron\ention adjourned. Mr. llyan i* also the nominee of the worklngmeu, and ha* been endorsed by the liquor dealer*. nitrx)!?n AfwiwHtr niynti'T. The delegate* i hard shell*) to till* convention, met la*t niffht, and organized by calling to the chair A. J. Met arty. ivnjamin Kay waa nominated a* Assemblyman. nimii ammcwiiiy mynii'T. T! e delegate* inet at Ihelie's, in lludnon street but ad join ned without effecting a nomination. It i? understood* that the haul candidate in tht* w.-ird wi-hr* to U- ? win totinl randiJate. and the convention itdjyurm-d to give him a chance before the convention which meet in Mon day night with awuwhiy hurnurr. rhe delegates mei at Hradhury - b'U adjoin n-d wilb out effecting a nomination. ritvni /(entwrnY r>tsT??*T. Tlie Tenth Assembly 1 >i-trl?-t Convention, compriMng the Twelfth, Nineteenth, and Twen'.f -second ward*, met last evening, corner <.t forty ninth street and H/ I way. I elevation* <>f the Nineteenth an I Twenty ?-rond ward- only bting present, the cojitention adjou-nrd to next Wednesday evening. IWEimi A.-.- KM BIT SWTSKT. Thi* ronventlon assembled 'ml night. George Tas-edy in the chair, and John I*-ary acting as secretary. .lot n < unningham was nominated lor the A- -einblir. rot irrrKvrn Amh?it mimii'T. The delegates from the Hxteenth and Twentieth ward* have not yet been elected bv the ward cotnmKtee*. I'be convention will be held on '^fcdne-day evening next at 'JC i ighth avenue. nranta a-wtwhi y t>umtnT. Fhe convention met at S. H. l"oty'?. corner of Hnwe;y and Ihird street. Jomo 5 W. Kartell a the chair, "n motion. -Mr Arthur Wo >!? wa< unanimously nominated for Assembly man, aftet which the contention adjourned. miTOia Aierw Ht.v i>i~w'"r. A Convention coiip?>*ed of the delegate* fro-p the and Twenty first ward*, met at Smith'*, cor ner of fourth avenee and Twenty seventh atreet, and or Kaniied by the appointment of W. If Ijeonani, of the Twenty flr?t waril, as chairman Jihn II. irjthon and Koliert IJ> ing-too, of the Hghteenth ward, were pro posed a? candid*^ for A-aembry. but no not *> nation w*a niade The Convention adj' tiraed to -aturday. the uh of tJetobcr. Tliinl Want Whiff Charter Ikwlnaftois. The Third Ward Whig Chart er Convention assembled la*t evening at I'atten* I'jtel Alderman SamuaJ II. Mo presiding. and John M Costa acting a* secretary. Measra. Archibald Co<-h ta and S!.^relan S|n?k acted a* teller*, and the foljow'tig candidates were declared tb? whig ward nominee* _ For Councilman ? Jlr Williaat Patten A*ae*aor ? John M Onita fehool Commissioner ? 1. U Shaffer School Inspects**--! oaald C. Henderson and John M Fox. School Trnsjeas -WlUiata Job on, thjet year*, John M. Hint, two yiara, and H. I>.un>hury, one year. ton*tablee? Alexander rkoms'in and Jam"* K Hee-t. Election lnapertor? ? lit dl*t., Jaine* ihjwnbury, T. I) Wincbtat4r; 2d dt*t , John M Klin t, Usl* < Hunker, 3d diet , H<.rati?. S She?w.?*f, J Y. MarsiiaU, 4th d nt ( Daring T. Hirkf (lisrlct ( >i*mU r Uiri. Hi eeclma were ma<ie l>y Measr* fatten. f"o*ta, Shaffer, wtrfjr*, ariit olbcra, accepting thn nomination* confer red upw., them fieneral Limner Deal era' Aasrtatleo, The Ceneral IJ'joor fteait ra' Association held a meeting , Wednesday even, ng, at National Hall, Canal Utof. Tti?# wait a very general attendance of members p e-4>.it. Hun. I'. U. Mulocey , chairman, prtulded The<* trau.i actefl wa* moet ly of a local character. Hie general ^ta e Convention, announced to be held at .^yrecu>e on t u'j >tb of October, wa* talked orer at con?i<ieiat4e Oat nothing new elicited or decided upon *? <*? Uirlt Act! >u. No doubt, h< wever, Ik expressed but 'hat ill# ton v *>., i i of opponents to thr Maine law, to be held oti txie lu'h <>! October, will coafisce with their organization iu u pi'ojec or united movement in the enduing campaign. lue plat form and plan arc not yet jicrtected. THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CUliRfH. Annual Convention of the Dlorrta o t Km w York. M?OND DAY. The proceedings of the convention vert) resume toa Thursday morning, ut St. John's chapel, a Urge uiri(a? of the church and laity be'ng In attendance. rhe teg .1 ? morning exercise* having been gone through. the c ?? Tent Ion waa called to order by the ltev Dr. llaigh', for merly secretary, who stated that the Provisional Itisbop would be absent for a few hoar*, and at the Bishop's e quest the ?.nlor I'resbyter present would take the ohair. lhe Rer. Dr. Johnson, of Biwofclyo, was proposed and aeeeptad. The minutes of the preceding day'* pro ceedings were then read by the Kev. Dr. Ugenbru.ih, Secretary, an.! were adopted by acelamation. lhe next oroer of the day waa taken up, Th: ? Receiving certifi cate* of lay d< legate* aud members not before pretest. "Iher routine business waa proceeilcd with. her. Mr. '?** nard, after getting a suspension oC the rulei, brought forward hie motion mane the prece<tlng day, to amend article 8 in regard to ministers who should be ail-wed U> compose the convention, and moved to reler artusle 3, with hi* amendment, to the Committee on Canon* Her. Mr. Bitbko?, of St. Michael'a, N. V., object?.! lo any more presbyters being admitted iuto tlie convention who did not possess the cure of aoula, an ihey had un due power in making law*. After some rligl.l discussion the ijuest'tva of reference wat- put from the Chair and carried aye- t?7, nays 80. her. Dr. Hah 'in pieaeuted the repoitof tlu> Standing Committee of the dloce,.<<. which ?a< accepted, li relat ed ehtefly to the consecration of the Right Kit. br. t'ot t?r, which took jlfici' at Iriiiitjr church fvuit* ukjulum Bincc, briefly reciting the f*eW. I*M ORl'i, RATION OK (Ul Ri llKM. The ltev. Mr. Dt'amOMB presented a re(M>rt of the Com mittee ou the lncoipoiution of Churclu-s Aocepted. ?AO.MIWION OF I'ARIHfKB INTO UNION WITH TIIK (XJNMtTiUN. The following churches were, ujmiii motion, admit te I : - St. Anurtw's, Scholia lie: St. Kmanutd'H, South Wester bo; St. i aul a. Ceiificviilc ; St. Jamea', f'aluwell; ttt. Je ter's. hlleubuig, St. Augustine, Cortlaadt. RJ1H?RTN OF (DMMIITKRS. Report on Provision tor I'arish C lergy waa preaented; of Trustees of Episcopal Fund, in which report it appear, ed that the total ul jx.wiMc funda remaining; itin e Hie <late or lest report fa ?fi7,6<10. which la invented on bond and mortage ? . not) at 7 per cent, and *4.600 at 0 ()er Cent. ^ The total amount of acruinulaiin^ fund in *ia, 603 43, all Invested ?t 7 per cent, with tlie ex'Vepii.ju of *fiOO. Amount of accumulating fnnd invested o0 |H,ud and mortgage, aa by laat report, fly, 600 Krceipta dar ing the past Tear haTc amoun;e<l to >8.412 84, and the payments to >h,;j61 V<3. bi:mirt of kiu c ation roMMrrrm:. Tlie report of thta committee, appointed to rcceire ca nonical cdlectlon-i for education wiiliin the dlueeaa, ?howed tliat out of the uniteil !und? il. Hn^ from rharch colle< tions. and an appropriation from I m own treasury, supported iu wh. le or in part fortv-nine at'oients, eith t actually engaged In or preparing for a theological eou ae. t't this number twenty-four have lawn resident luemlier* of the Grand Theological Seminary, tiu ee have been pur suing theological studies under the special harge of proebytera ot the dioress, fourteen have b?en resident in college preparatory to the seminary, and eight educating In Trinity school in this city. The above |>airnnaj|0 of education lor the miniatrv lias been snstji i Q'.l hy un ex penditure off:, otto less tiian one fourth of which was collected In the aioeess. The committer therefore, wouM tali upon the churches of the diooeas to the aid of the sofieiy. OS TIIKiUKlieai. HKKIVAHIMI. Iteporti d that all existing vacancies in tlv Board of Trustees hove been filled. RmiHIllN (>F i axox. Jmlge HomtAK moved that the committer of ten ap x.inteil by the convention of 186a, on the sub.ect of ihe ncorno ration of churches, be continued. After iii?cu? eiou the motion was withdrawn. fans or cpukxtal KmiDKMir or tiik furwmt. The S|ie. la I Committee, appointed two years ago, with reference to this suhjcrl , rcjiorted the rtsiult of ! heir con fcrence alih Ki-liop Omlenlnnli thereon. Tbey eatima t?<* f be property to 1* worth at least tzO.OsK itesolu tions were attached to the report recommeadh^ that a conveyance of the property be made to the trustees of the cpiscoi aJ fund, or other pcr..oi)s acting aa trustees, and that ihey lie empowered to lease the same; and that in case doubts existed as to their authority to bold, application to lie made to the legislature The consociation of the matter was laid '>ver until such time as the Committee upon the KpUcopal Fund should te| ort. rt sn MiK Al.kTI AMI IKFIBM rl HUITMK*. Messrs Verilt <?. VanWtgcnen, Cyrus ( urtiss an I C. N. S. Kowii.nd were appointed Trustee* of the above fnnd by acclamation. I 'ROt Mtn row PAR VI I ( U*'iT. A report of the Committee of l*ntjiiJry Cur the above purpofc was prerentcd, containing iriiorruation of a very detailed character in relation to the matter, and 'liga tions for ci nsideration in the form of io- ikitlons. lhe scanty provision msde for the clergy generally in the rural districts wa* much dwelt np..n, a ad a more gene rous and just piovlsirin was advised. ri Kcnnx or ntrirnn The election of deputies to the general convention was. by vote, postponed, as also the election of two other con uilttees. tHeeinHARY I I KRATIOSH IN TTIH l/l'XWBl. The rep<rt of the commit toe appointed t. . take this niat er into ctosideiation was preaented, adopte?l and the committee continued. ncrim or mthsiorarv isivMrrra. This report was. upon motion, br'Migbt up and read, fr<m which it app aiod tlia? the toUl ree. :pts disposable in 1H63, were ?4 ftts.i 4ft. In 1864 they were ;?). including a legacy of t>.M# from Mr. John Noble In lf.'ft, the receipts l ave lieen $<t. 110. 7"here are sixty nfr e mi<" I'.t ary stations in seventy-seven counties. In 186.') th< te we. c forty-tour ttilsslor>?rie? , iu 18A4, fifty fbur : and in this y>ar there ai? over fifty-one. The total expenditure of i864, up to the 1st October w-s WtJi. Accepted. At Mi AVD riWMTSn. The report of tills aoiamHtee set forth receipt ? from 14'J congregations in the dkio-sa, awl from donations, the aggitgate sum of M.742 13. Interest on find-* Vested $1 . ;,U 16. Helanc on luend at last conventh>a, 13 .Hi 44. Total H' ;>?;<; 03. I lid to clergymen admit t?tl to the 1m iwot of tha fond. |i,K> Investe-i on t ?<id and tnortgige a6,li00. Investments heretofore reported, ?;1 160. m.K ? mi i.kjj's met ?invicvr. From thla rtf/ort it ?M>?ied tliiit the payment fur 11i? [>aat yi;ir wif )^.4A7 M, and the receipt. ?.'(.ilfl 01 liKATII OK HfcV. MR. DAWUIUT, OK MAHLBOK AliH, ULKT*K (.OCNTY. t'rr Mr. Tmackarv ngerit wf the Mi??iimarjr ('? lull ti e alluded to the demi<e of 'ha above rmrrnd |mil? man, and enlogiaed the remuJn* of hia departed brother w Ith (in eU*| uenre ? hicb deeply lmprei*ed the aem be i ? of the < i u?? II lion. BIKHOP'S AHI>BK-<H. The Hi. Kev. Hoiutiii I'otovk then addreaaed the mem bera of the contention. nu>l cimilMMed by a* ?(??tirttf to hl? elect h n mice which tia>e he hail enjoyed '.he ge?t of hi allb. ami he ml/lit cay. had never been prevented at lemlii ft to hln dutiae un any eir>jfl?- It ha4 t<een with groat aurprye th?t lo ha<l f< and hitnaeif, ?inre the pr? eecution of hl? dutiea, Improa In health, beti'>> tairg now !a?ihar with the ilnt a* >.f bin new mhiiatry and he wa? cfaered ? It h the c a?ictb a > wt for a letron 1 1 ordinary ei.etjry there wan nothinir in the admlniatiatlon nf the ?#lre which i?eed e .han't phvnacal utrenfth. It w.i* a charfe truly of freet are. ami a'ae .l un< ?ii-ing toll. He prayed fiml to ennb!? him to e? *1 in humility, e< tupfe ?i?? mail reel, to endnw bun with ?l? lb in anil ability . ?bi! to Iitepare turn a jtace in the ac. ? i f hln cltrf T and people. mi that hia dutiea be'i*j "'?> rinded nn^bl b* tr?n-mitted to ntba-^ to W'irk t'een.iii walonaly . At lu? conaee ration, w'jr-h took place at liinlty i-hnrcb tau nontha a^n. ?<"? pr-aart traany m l brethren and ?m< n* them the Hii-'^pp of klonVn ai. Ii< coi.ld n>.t over Wok the favnra - hf h ha hod rea-t* eil from meuWra 'f th- l-Jiffl oh rhnrrf^ itnd tl,# unify of tha Kpianoaal rti'/rkM in, the t *o ci untriea preanoted the be A of *ooi will od ati' b uDlty, be glad to aay, did ???*> t. I He mint iatut? hi. ackm>wl>4l?-.aenui to *t -J rgj and lai'y for tha unbounded h< ? (.I'aHty they a*.: abuwa him aince bi> "lattina. Hi" viai't ?'H< aince he entar'4 the ii?w ministry bad lam to or# hundred ami aaraat < three I aril baa asdQ rta'lona, fie af about two-'birda of tha *boJ<- dluoeaa. The numlv "< ronll aa^tlona -?a !a lit t hlmwaa VUt. and he bftlbean *tro?gly iuicrr^ed a.i'a tLe |rre?i anioant of mlri atarlal lalx? that had aee.n |? a f> <??<?. Lmrtfr the |v| ten mot tka l?a had ' rt a ! thl?t??a rli'.ri l.?- '< y the lai*< it liuiobe' ?v? r r?-w?e. erated is ihat ui> , . *' -,i<>.i? wb*fc, fo?r '>tMr churt ?>" ? ere aval: inn r. . 4 ?tn.ii H? aould eaClha attiai >n

cl Ifci Mil vent H II ti , he report of *a II iaalo'^ry " maiittee cf'b' dl ' an i 'ia importance nf th? aairh In al.irh they were ? ri)r?f a , xaaUl not be < var ra*?l hut tla < ['?" n to belie*/! kx t tbir w??k aw n<i\ tally ai4.r> / ,?t. J Y? the mini>>? of the i a?eeea. lie lru?tait that ae ? f< rny and Ip/mnn would aee that tba defl^nnry ??nh ? ticed in t><M aooounta wuelil fie t up V* i-arry <n t b ta f i ' d vr* -till the mi-'loiauy "tarn'i? ? '.I ? rhaiehbyi ?i inn led her metnliea* to fo b rawt la V ewlr K lie .!a i t lalifiouo laU/r, tha rural parWi.e? mu?' i.vt k* oier liKikf>1 In ?|,|rituai weJIa'e Ia?ii>.iaf 'O th? pi ? 1 1 ? n at praaent oex pift by *ha in h - eoaatry 'he raaerei.d r>>tltiag aael tba r a-rane ut *h>h had taken p?<* la tha Aaahean ta-4y, ??? a * tot ahi-ri I! eieeaatVa it bend< ?? wa I- - tiar.on. but if tba n.ovatnaal be a aalutary oie it ah. I le w?t?h>d. rea.traine.1 and (eyeleted ?.t nuare,.r<*aa' ? d i r diea<1? d. Indiat<tueia Dii?(bt be loat. k it 'he b-aiy c f the ehurrk would be made healthy. Who w ofel b? w l> nf to earry bark the Ar fUean rhureb to the ite'i* nf a< | erUclality aha ? ?? in >naia >ear? a.aea- What tba>4n ?lah ?onid do?M that the rbureh. with a trae apptaela tu n nf her own puatiplea, aaa ?a?e .table (ban aba wa* -.the per" Wtlnil of tbe fr?at trutha at ( >ud arr?T*4 i f limit the ?rrnr? mi.<< mrruptii D of Roaianiam. a . ?miiiee "f the ftowth of Kouianlitm lu thli <>ui> 7 neatirt by the emigration of ? In ge uuniher I nri ilk lo tl.fn* ?l.iirr? had been attended with I" ? to Xiwitbn. A hrje uuml-er of per->o?? in ?ni<lau i! Ill-lano hn4 gone "Tit from K>ini:iBiHRi ?' the Chart' ? I if In ml llw Roman church. a* afcu ih t<> the i' o uioiii-tmuH corruption uml id'ilutiouk wurahtp, nm-l 11 tl e and aurrtimh. However I ho mrmhrn of tin Kpl i j al ehtirrh might lament thr fate of a few unfir I alt- ftixiUK win eroded from If to Koaiaiiimi, yet ?' imaU-iR might jejoii-e in the ghiriou* revelation* mi rxprriem e ni tin ir own rhttrrh, ami nun emulate 111. ibnakfullii'M till- rjin i r which liivtne Provident*) p ui eir*K In-fore them ; mid while ou the other baud t\ I rlil tlirmeluw ou the Dtlch aguinat tliunn leo Brli1" ?" e*re?e whether Inward* KninmiWiu inlii -ualti-m. which hml been poiuicd out, !i i On m iiV' ill all unili'i reaentment and hi gi Kiiii.n in drilling with tlii> nartiaan* II a' cliuri h which appeared In hare net her-elf to out in trmb and honeaty. There iea* ? eaae of a ;?u:itul a remark. lie alfcidel t.i tin- facr .'?at wiihln thc-ln?t few month* in thr city of Brook jrn 1 uoeiai n-irici-x were pe: lormert in public hy a clergyman .i 'to church rvrr the remain* of a email- who ha I inin 1 n I' ted eulcide: ? lo?ing a life of hnpority with an act nt t>i murder. Thit w ai> ho gieat a violation i f the lit of ii-e church, nnd ?o injuriou* to M* character, and preju - inal to th* ramie of iiublie moron, that he had fi-lt ron ?nined to take ruil lir noti enfit. Thi- clergyman, who in r\?iythtng 1 ad proved him: rlf r< faithful laborer, li*d ? ? | ie-M-1 In., riyirt that he wa> gu-lty of ? -nil an etn>r, w bkh had relieved h/m (the Hiidx-p) from all anilely in iitf.ii it to himself, and lie truntwl that tliey had now iee.1 the only of the kind which would erw occur for them to mourn over. Tie then alluded to 'he in | erlect M utilation of the churchea in the Hlalw, al it recominmided the alteration of the canon of the n n\Hilinn toucl Inc the ordination of deaoona. He had maor a Tlnit to an in-tlta'lon in the city, ti-rmed thi I ? UM- of Mercy? one ho euoouraKiiig that lie mutt earn ea<l> tecoioinetkil the i -iaMikhmcal of ?uch in-itltution< ? himighoiit the X?ie to the ;a>iirideration ot the mem ber- ot tin- conn After coui|>llinentinK in euln fietic ttrrna the Iter. Dr. fckfht, late ai r retary of the c< i vc-btinn, tor the mauner in which he had i>orf<>riii?l I.U dbtiM, the nrmend gwn'lemaii rouelude-l. Alter i??ie routine htiaiiieaa being tiauiaetrd, an a-1 ji-uiiimeit took (.lai-e to the (rrenuig. V\ W.I I. Ml KtHMlo*. Hie convention akM-mbl?A in the e*ening at seven O'clock. The niemlK-m to ci-i.iiiil-? the Mtandiug commit tor luiviiif la-en choM>n, the rt?j?oit of the t'limiiilttei' on I ai one on Mr. l?otuud'i motion for an altoiatlon of the ci.uktitution wna |ire?enteil. The original m ition ad niitii-d all clergy men aa memhara of the conventl'in and i-lititlral In a vote. The rriairt nought to exclnile deaivina, anil to nrm ir.e that no clergyman xhnuld voti- who had not renlded in the |iari<h twelv* month*. A hot enntro Tii-y tooh pjace ufHin the kuhjei-t, and It conftumad the iTi-ninf. An a-'Journinent took plare to Friday niornt?g. TIITRI) flJkY. The proceeding* of tin* contortion were resumed nn lriri?y morning, at ? t. John'* Cktp?l, ?? Urge h numU'r of (Ik clergy anil laity tiring pi *nt an on tho two pre v i < > u r- day*. 1 lu pri* lings wer* opened with prayer, ater which th* Secretary rea l the minute* of the pre vious day's meeting. They were approved. I'mvlsiiuuil Rlfchop In the < hair. norMMMi Kim thk 'ijouit. Per. Mr. Jat. ot New York, btoofht to the nvtic* of the convention Mrtlbi re*olutte*? *p|iein!e-l to the re I 01 1 of the lomuiittee on the .-uupm i of the i'arochial l li rjry. lion. Mi rhay IIoitmam, ma submitted the t'ollDwtag re. eolation in addition to those ollered by the last Iter, gvnlleuutn : ? Urmlved. That the rotiiralttce of Inqntrv touching the provi sion lor ih* I'Aiuti i ifiuf he appoint* * a eoumkle* m prepare hii *n tor die uuiirporuuon of iruiweaat a^Mrnbl*: mod, sod sNntn t'.rm a plan for the ioJlcct)on manage mimt iwl dlstril utMjD ot Iui.ll>, lor th* ?ocotnoilahiuenl uc the objocle rrh rred to l<) raid i rimmllU'c, and report thr proposed ptan to the ensuing convrnilon for Itaaetlou tier.-,, o. The hpt'iiker -ai'i, tie would nut attempt to tiavel over the n?i> of larta whirh the emnalttw lutd Collected to ?how 'he manner in whirh the pi?<r clergy, in the rural district* especially, are placet. There wax a picture llieie pieacnlcd dniwn after the aioit laborious invent! gath He. which wan appalling to the heart of every ooe iuieie-ied In the promulgation ?< the doctrine* of the t.Oajel, connected withl he iOAtituleiU of tin* church. l"ho ? eiull? were sufficient {to aw.'tkeu the dot-peat *?' licilude. a:id the most aaxioua efforts upon the I art of *v*ry member of t\tat con v*titlott tn i. PI ly their bo,t Judpnnnt to efTare no great an evil? an i Til which eilst* not only in regprd tn ibase good holy M-rvani* hut whleh l? Injurious te the teal of the miniitry at huge. They mere atoppine the stream from the very fountain head from which tnl^inefe.1 the salvation of truth to pi breed. In their diixMr ?nj It <114 seem to hltn hat beie was ?carcely a subject whioh had engrwaed Leir aitcnUu for years ?hi :U ought to receise mora sti&iou* enaaideratlmi from evei-y mwolier of the rfiureti Hon than thin, lie wonlil coiicbirlc tiy seconding ' lie mr? i li Ji lor tb* adoption of tlie n- olutmns Just offered, iw they atood reported tiy tin1 iwnailHoe and he tirof-rd in addition the adoption of the resolution whirh iw had Just ollered. H< > Mr Jat would coneent to the sutistitatlon <4 that ft'MiiBllna, m lieu of the fourth renolution. l.ev. llr. W ?ti ix . ot Triiuty yart h, N. V., lieJleved that p? mun* c f mi 11. -I Mi rharacter Lad baea detemoi from i n terli g tli* aiini-try ou accouat of anthiipallnir waul of ?ii| |oit. The laborer ?an vurthy of hie bin' but he did not >tain! up thate to tieg for the clergy, al th<-t.f.'h hi- ueier Ml :iuy dehaary In i|ieaking upon ?? Mrloua ami laiportant a aahj?-t. In pi turitji the iaadeqaata taaanar In whi"h the eiergy weie pro tilled fin he ? teeivwd that the laborer with otM ?tolbir in Li' ixk ket rould purr) a^i a l ick, gut employ Bunt In breaking up road aad obtain In the yaar mora han the i leigyman? a gieat many of whom wire making but a tur It wan the lnttfnct of natuu1 to lay by i't ? rainy day hnt what roaWt tMill pawl mlnUter aaTer Nothing, 'n the time of aicl>ne?< ami old age h* had no rrwmicahat hia liod. I?t tha BUliopand rietgy inatraet 1 e Iitily to tiear thia In mlad an<) to charge thain to {ri ? e Ineail to tho?e who Weak Ui Ihemthn brfmd of eier aelli'g life. ' IT. Wr Mi mi."?wy *Id it fraa indlaperi ilje that the laity aboti Id <ome forwnrd and help the < le:gy. who ?ere mwnnt ot t lu* narCeraiy eupimrt. .-i rne of'hem had not a dollar to *u| ply their family, at timiie wiih fie?t. Tbla wae thetime lor artion 'I he mini-try of \ba church of <o d were in want. He would a>k the laity where a fe* hundred doilari* coo.d tie mora ti?*ne[Uiallf invent ed to theiuealTfi, than in Kacunng. the aupiort oi a fail hi ui body of paatora, who might iMt tl Hr i bililren ami wiT?? in thalr aflli'Jiona. an l wipe ewa v ineny a tear ot ?oin.? trickling I'otiai the kuiu'nl clerk When he -xw there toilii.g m rwanla Of U<xt In f euntylTania UlHirb g under di^eate for yearn, and iiib Jot to extiaoidii. 4/ tiUla aud With Hiipport for ifceil Utile ?' hi- l.aart yearned ' x tb** tlma when In ah<juid come l etore tha laity in that wnwtto* and r? mind thtm of the pree. nt ntafe of Vi? clergy, learlng t hi m to ci ILniilei H?*iue remedy for th^ rvni'iral of their giianiiua wi i tiff*. Ilia heart iilod M r the aafleiinf* i/ m mi of the rutaielargy of tha latv'a: of ri fUtylTtnla on l.ehalf if w'a.<u he now -poke. He* Mr. t >'? aaeiatant mlaiata# -4 tha church of th* Hdly Afietlea, relnrreil t< a l.ev. Hr. 1 ra> y having l ? taired Uithfnl> la the mini try 'njt bail not recwivid < niolanirnt n iQi ient fur nap| ort IP, hnike down labia Inline. ilUue cama u|?iii hia> .i wl )>? died, lie ki nr w I.', win real uoaihle lor li at di itb I iv I r. I j? I ? r t of the ( lnu h,of the Aurvtuiw, ail tie blame ot tha preaeat tatr.of thlaf not re?t auo getlier opo? the Ulty but on U>e cUigy al*o The I a tar hao a led 't <lo their whole 1 wj, mi t iiad refrained Irom i ' e? i M g '.l<r <?< *pel ol ( br'tet from aiotive- of personal da llr a cy Th?> ? lergj were aouml t', net forth to tl i laity H eir I'ut aa. one ot which ?a" to miMKirt the rler/y. I'.eT. Mr. JoW.aiKig (HrMhlyn) had liataiK-ii totnofore g! ing <? -i atrover?y a I the. uid'laraWe pain lll? '-ma 14 i !? ni ? ?a? that wl.' te r tiirj tuaa are faithful ?> ti.eir ouiiri'# and the ei ogr sgajioii are numerous mough, tl e cb turn 1 1 u id la- ? > tui|>ort?4 so a a to I* at ie to li m ?? ?- any nt t.Ue< tgiega'10%, and where ? ergyn>e>i hi e tir' "ght aad redtu-vu 'o gi at <ti mgli t and aao< -aitJT, I ? r a HM.aiis'J y their I.aii lault. lleili l not I eUeve Uiat ? lam) >a> gurji ti > iltigy^au in any a< r?? for hi x-r- ire>. A , U i /yr? an ci^iid :#l be ro>uperuM4?i or |ianl v hit I e rnineil f*y raving a -ml. I ho eeaipenaatbni gi'.rn to 1 l? war to mipj <>rt !i.-a and h" fa'j^ly ami ' aght ajwa.o to la ^ten ui tie had that >on1deri. . in ?? l.uii k to knu f ihal It w.aid lie given to a faith ej ?taittar 1 he *. w waa up .n every man Woo V|I .,r Gained I ito the ratnietry wfl hrltt to pr' .i ?. to* i.u -t M whether ha got wtd or bet It waa hi* I a-ine-* to ?? vate J la lite*- I. a had ?wwr^ to lierome a > J lier under '.he cri ? ii I hrlet _ai>d h* ragret'ed all 1 1 ,a conn r-a' i n. Tha ?'fc? t of 1% would he njariou*. It w old lead the pahlW to *u|f ?e that oi*. ? y t.iaii ware Mrrviog f r wl st tf.rj were to get iri He protest*- 1 agalmt tliat. I rv Mr. I ka* -'ited that at a ?T)?a'ing m clergjru.mi in Vi rthota *-iiw \..rk, soma time aeine ?*veral c&igy men tiii< eehed ii Ui? ?alary they got *upport<4 b? t '.e? all onaLiia u-ly rail ' S? Thaw, aewrdmg t. e U.t |I r? 1 1? H4ii ? ri iia. ks U'/m't A them w? * faith nl ckrroaea That ??< uatroa lor ibaie w. re tMfnwn :?i Iclnfja *a than III S .rtbMn New Vruk ! I I >. Mr ilimiMJI, of Iroy. did riot ,m that tin ' tii vir atb a W uld do aay'La^ *!?* bat korreae* *.he evil lha u ? by tl.* i.m . 1 1 war* b4t properly Hp I# |"I ??| hat th* duty I/I ? ipportiog t In II. waa n- .t 1 mkM to th* l.i It | of tb* church ap-ni the rt, t la .mi. Th* i l?r?y -hrsaa Ifotn pi"a eftng th* a>a"er at ali keca< * tin ?> had rlg^t del eacy vf ira, wti h a d ih*Bi to |e*r that ta*p*>per m tiaee w?wl 1 be at'n III; I *4 ta th* V*. It aa? u4riubt*4|lf thedu'j if to* iait} V 'u|| rt th* tWrgy , but ?tb& duty * ? {ii M u?i a if a * ia| la gre-.nd of c< asunri h w .ty . an I i* *< ale *?y ? t * kilty < f the nkveh t J. at they ware not ) aae-t If they dM aat give a jaat pr .purtu ti of tl . ,f ?I >a* ta the e>*a who broke Ui ' kau> U.? *<?a4'?f kf*. Ihe I nt reealatiod, a* follows, waa then read ? Ketrhrd Thai 'kta enwv*W air> hsa .aa-aed ? ?k pralreiad rerr't'kat tha ????> proawaaj nade far 'ke o* tgt geaer^rj ,r. ik* r'jiai dIMftrla. sad for a ? ritaMi'ar n, iaa >i .. i It a f i em for "heir de'eot si ?) eowir'a-V >* * rt 't.fjT' 'J n' litl i tha e a fid l^lr fan Jlaa OJ aa 1 1-1 y -fc" ai ard wan-, ne>ea?ar. t weMrawmg '>?? trrm tha Mnaftaa m,\ ?? lea parteti I r <e k?lf aaare-JiAea aad iii.g >??>? ^ etr???iii l^arwry pr- feaataaai ar Millar iin?4, ikaiha n i ?ei,i>.? r*(ard a rfk a iia ? <i kir.aa aa la 'la ki."??* -la ire< ? r: a- n ta rareraad i-w r*y aawarthy *f 'ka 1 ar?t ?? it.r?*'- i 'n* faartul *ed tara>aeaa< d Ha alar to tlaa f n h l*r I'enry ta M??aiah the **ekH af ftattra 'alktkta m kw ?k* r? r.- r aM la lapai* ka -Mrraa ii<ewaia aaad a?a* len.f 1^ ~, tweady ad?l*4 a My ?ilm It* *dotti"? kaalnf ba>a aimed It waa Mrrted aaaoi ?.oaaly ^be ?**> nd rei?latk??wa* the re?1, aa *dkn*> - Tt? tkla *? ? > et.'vai eerveeOy emnaaead 'a* etoaa* aaad 'ka '"at? af * BMwe , 'ia? *ad iiwraw ymaea o? (Ha 'le-ry ? tk? u i: - *:a * ?> <1 rarefai "laatd'raivai of ta* -aia^reaaieaaa U la ?. ?eaa *>4 l'>|(*Wt ka the *aa*ral aaauv* a*a4 -owgre laUoaa *ii?? tn vpocUnre t?i | >i i* ? i we 5 a iclcbr aud pa nam 1*4* in e ery f?i%r ?1?, wi er? n ?!? i ? now e*|a'; of m*uHiii{ flu* Itfr lithe rrr tr. liuil ?i?a? 1 1 ro ? tiiii 1 4, lor Ute nupport of ilut-u- lie n |e , re t r! ml Ij r*? ?v tucrenKltw* the aaiary where the ui?ii * iff the | ,??'( i ?nti 'h<- *Mi|lr of eonireaatkm render *ir<h it pr?* :i. **?l* and r??i? r ot prcvidui* lur th? f avmriit i t ) n ku hiA t* fee rwr'or tot advance, bf the t raaanrer el the vf?ir\, H CfUfr lh?? ihe r? rtvr it. a) never {dared lit t talpe ??.??!? ???b. b% !eniii ?i? raQrct If hUoaelT, DOT btmb je? I'fi to irrfiy urue or til.- * ^ pDlntmrnt In regard fo the mumivr of If*, ffiymfi * 1J e *<iopt?#n of the il*?hjt1on mi mo.ed and uxmni wvtnfy cm rrlod, eoine ducuMlon having taken place th? r? # n. Ih* r?. Tw did not cwlnrid? with the remark* al rfm'y ita te. When he wft* a country prmc) tor he knew what straighten* <1 oircumat ?no*w were. ln<fe??l he had ml rd hf* own p/gn and killi^T them with bU own hamtn. Hit jut fed sixteen year* of hr? Ufa in liiUfcdelphla In the enmw of hi* ministerial II A*, and tho aaiary he f/t t he | %fd to iht city of Ihilhdolphla $600 a year, ftir atxteen }*nr* for the nriTliege of preaching the g?e*|?el in that eft*. He waa in tlmt city tVuly carrying out tliat fid pr?>T?Tb, whb li "that on* man bnatoth the bttah mi*: HiJ?th#( t at chef h the bird " Ma province tbore wm tob'iit tb# bu^h ?n'i not utir tTV1 biril. IH-< ?iic^?ni?i?ni reiuh* tl ?>hir?l, for they Kuec^ed^l in nbtainhif a much li-rier ?>iJ. try than h?i ' fr got. Ia tlie rhur<*hwi of the Hate of Net Vork tt*t*ie w*i no Much thing wt a c.lono aiit- ni(n;iii <ity f l i < i t , and ii iMtvtd ioarfhtag Iftf a UK*i upon th? ? Luirhoi to ?-eniX out mich MfatementM aa were invnlve?i in the ro"olution uuier dlacuaalon. I^et tbem recowmeui improrrmrnt, bnf only in the Mitnplo binifiiflKr of |?n*pHnty, not in that of authoritative <icta Hon a a if from the beneh. lie wouid be inclltiatl t n m >ve an arnendineut. Mr. .Uy pr.'pomM tlii^ amendment to Ih?. Tyng for a<f^Pr>n And of provldlrif quarterly In advaiu* lor Ui? paytoevt of the rector to ?be tr*B?nra? of ?!*?? veati-y. The a^loption of th*' amondmtuit ti? tho Meoond rnafdu tlon *??? put and oarri%d. lite M?<:ond rMMilutUm %?a<i nut and cairied a? ainetvlcd. Ihe fnird roaolution ?a? then re:nl aa fidlowi Thwt the paovtaiftrinl t.'rhmj be hrrrby raopeetfullv reqitMta), ! If he approve* ihi> ariiim, to prrftari* a panmral bitter u^hiii this Buojtjct, to ib?* ? ongi if of the dkw?#e, and a44reM the Mme t?a t he rector i?r milliliter In rarh partah, or U> thf warden*, In ri?c there !<#? n?? rector or rnhil*t??r, that the letter may be read on a certain Httndav, to be .?>tnv?ei bv U?e bluliofi, and 'hat the cnncrre^BfUif) He forthwith ivlrl??d of tho prnootnk Inga bud by the ^ r??r?n:i*?r.?* when oonve?i?*d. Alter aome diacu^^ion upou nnn ndmeiita preMOutod, tl?o re* o lut i on wan put arid carried an arm nded Ihe fourth reaolation w?* tin n tMit mid laid utn>n tlve table. 'lb* report of tho committee with the reaolututiM ae anii ndod, we e afferwarda referre?l bark upon the motion of Dr. Tyng to the cummltteo, with iuaU uctiona to pro pair an art of iricoi poiatiou, if in thoir judgno-ut ei|??? ilietit, together wlih u plan for the eetiibM^hinent of a final to add to tl e MilaiieM of Uie rurtl clargy. The or der of lh<a day waa than taken up, btdng tl?e report-* of the ctftnniiUetfft for raiting the lie* ?uia ?>f tho cpiaropal futnl, and th<* report of eonuait leo for raUimr tho lialauce of the tiilary to In* p.iid to I ho l'royUloind UUnhop of tlus diocoae for the paat t?nit. The re porta weto read with rent! u1 ion* npp< nd?*4i. rpon motion, tin* renmtM wwre reci iirod ami ordered to be enteiod upon the minute*. A warm dUcua*inu took | laro upon tho manner of irvcrooaing tko ooUcopai foml, it bein^ rocom aw tided by the fotuiuiito* that the [?nrih>M M Mhouid r?e railed upon to makn tip a aum of $*?<), <?00, which nddo?l to the huo? proposed to given by Trinity church, namely, $'J)tQ0tlt would Inrtwue the ra ||tal of the fund to $<0,000, to enable ITmhop fmdordonk at?d the l*i o\ i> ional Hiahop to l>? paid their ?aiarieM. Tlie reporta and reaolutbmM were eventually adopiod. Adjourned to 7 o'clock I'. M. K.VKN1N0 Mfi'MHIN. Ihe < onventioti l aving lawn '-ailed t > ordvr, lorthor bnainexM wun pronfakd with. H??v. Dt. Taf'jir in tin* chair. wuuof'Ai iK-'imrsnc. The following reaolutioaa were railed up and r^topted:? Ke*<W ved. That Urn ItirvlrlMlrtUrtfMof t?JI KpiMrOpnl Ileal denoe are dtreefad to convey tfiia property tliav n*4d to In tat. to (be truatnoM ot tha I* piirofiai twnrl. or t<? M'oh prnwn ar per ?o?m as the trtiateen laat ineniiontvl, having ?oid live aaote, ?hall am otat iu>?t .Urrrt. HeM^%t>d That In eat e ihere uliall be d<eit:ta *rr?in? tie* \tiihi Jlitborl*) of Ue* Iraateea ot tba V plie-opul fiuid to take ao.1 bol?l tJir aatd propirfj, the\ ar* hereby dtrort al toapply toilie l.efrl>!anoro Ita an Miami- 1 iaef)t >4 tie* a< t 4 Iikaii \ allon, whleb rtiall obviate the obJeeUoa; and that th ?rrtn%'eyanr? dl n-rtwl In the la?<i reaoliiU'fi, If made dlrcotiy ?a aueh eo qxira tlon, eball be de4ay?d until Btirh airwndmani '? otiuym*d. Two further rf?>olutlooa were al?o a<lopt4*d, wliich I tare U'loie Inh u pubtUhod. t'AHJMil i ;;>xt ?l Kev. Mr. Ai KJK K/ ai lK, of roii{(hWeepKiof nlated that rntwi of ilie famllke-H who were arknowlo ,f^-?t ro- lib fit * In the imal dittiiriA, re*ldotn them during a lar^e portion of the yrar and In the wtnler retuoyi toother reaMon** a CHtialng their ennvm't Atlr-% to be twir* taken, and a fal*<? cot. Put aa# the r eault. K ;ae la(ri*Uti?in h4 though^ ahould he bad uj^ n tho subject, and aome rn'o iitiouM bo ar rived ot to eortect the #%it In order that noita^ p4an might 1ft mafuie<l, he Mould piopo?e tho ttdiowing !??<*? lo lion;? Tbnta r<anrriH?ee of tbr'*e be appointed to rontfcler the qtjcni Uf-n of the enumeration r*l Aml!le?and mhiI* in tlt?? re?per'|?e parbbe*, nnd 'beir paroebial renldanrrw. K>^ri)mr to ooftai ?W whether It 1" aarpe<||ct)t f?r thla nmvmtu>' m fo uhj# further n'epa In lias ati^uairueni of thiM .|I|**nu?mi, <u. I If *0,10 ?Jevl?? Mime plan or rule for mora are urate uMr uaiioo nut ri'i tit* In parorblal report*. The refolu Ion waa referred to tho Cornmltteo on Cani'tia tu r* l o/ 1 next ) ea/ MO* I ?Dt To T.Ik MTK maifOT WAJMtWJHT The Hfa*rotary - ild It w;w the re?iueat of the Oiainu/vn < f tl, a (Ofumifs#e having lu hand tho-pubkirt o| tho ereelli 11 of a monument, that the eommltte* I e d1??ctiarg e?l. in < onreijuenee of their enconnter ag iltuuf tal ?ftf8 cult lea. The qu?wti' n a aa put l y the flialr and approved. No other bu?ioe*ii being lati te tho hotiae tl^nka woie ptoron'ed t?? the Keeieiary for t?nj efUveV ? an'ior Inahirh Ve )iad i? ? harge?l hla duty, <uv! a rr?>' **1 of adjournment itw die wu* mole and carrio 1 Polite InteJUgniaa-e AHBKHT <>!> M.i.fOLD OOt/WTKB HUTBU K Two nu n TJmm?? Tiaiiiefr ?nd Jaii>?? llmlkrn mi rr takrn BtO ru **o?|y by ofBr*r Mu?j, of tba T*ntli ??nl [miIIcc, mi tb? ?)iii|ituai 'J Nmon llanar, ol IMQrii.diilrwt, wltb bating offi'r'il bin A ?"a*iiit?*r Ml t? di<IUr bttMlllif Nmrk MmL <if Nmuli N.J. 1 hr in u>M werr each ronmlltiit for trial Willi* i>? mum arc* ? tad on ft ur*<1*y aaglit, by ifli' -r ><1 at tlw TWh ?*il oa'lca, rh?i|wl ?ith baring "ffriiil tMtril?iu>l?rM bUia la paymrit lor *n oyata r >liw tn Jo #i h B. Hallh lA'JCtl <?rand ?ir?-at In ttir <f tb<- ar.vnaii ai r" found a largM aombrr of brnkrn and t'gU" hank bllla, ab? k rqnuirltA t?n ? n tlia Tiad*a*an'a lank.. of thla alty. .1 'an oa th* l:ank of Hainbti'!;r>- Yai<-? 'oonty N'nw York, an I a fl?a" on th* > a 1 1 I im llai k oflallttimr JuatWn llianoan. iWori witora W.Ubiti ?a< broagbl, n. jimltii-<t bJro for trial in Mailt of 1*11 CJ1AKMK 0? TAIJfK mKTB.Nt > .1. f-imon ('. Nuot, a Jw>< iter 'loin baateaa* a' Vo r?l Catuioa liwt, >a< tak'-n lab* natUfij yw-(*nUy on cfttarn of lain# pretanra* T)>?- utiiimwI 'i tit .ilW -I o n tii? lith of July li>?? obtained. t.jr tt..? n? of |if> ln.'fa a |4 fr ? ii : u!> rj t< > 11 < u *IV. f >.ia Ja< li llmr<-, Hi No 1 i.iKy'y ?liaat Tli<i tirl?or??r ??? brougfelbrtni* Ju-1 ' ? V Mi at 11 ? I/vit I'ollaa- IViar ?fct 1a V* tbi- t uy* T1 <? aaagl ?tratf b?i>! tb? aci.M 1 to titil It 'hit ?u o of (1 vift t?. ia>?r 'b' ibatgt ft'kmi'D I. Utrrili of No WCnrtir ?traat !*? rami N<ot'? aarurlty ??!.* ti|- n 1* an a. ?.??! fr<mi CU?to4y. focrrjwrvt. *?>!? an <fet*n bhbvlaby. fir lhl'tflty t?|(ht ?|-I rjj-.rt >.u { a> ?? I un> nrtitfrin? 'h* ?tot? '??. 'it ' ?-tar atr??' awl t-arryli if < f alrftut l<t '**> w.rtli i f -Jk * ??!?. No tilt ? bi>? ? ft t ?an sbUll*4 lo t! ? | ?f?- lial"r> '>f th?- r h b*iy . Tn? ik'iuiI ?if booty niu?t ha<a haan ?a>^ w to 6'i a ? -I l??'i r. wbei' wet# Ifce jwMee' CHABttRn wir'i rr?.*ii>o 4 ojj.u w?n 11. A young ? man ?.* railiai fc?t rhara tar wnH ?r?i f almrr, n u 'ak?n Into <-o?ti?|w by ?rf ?' -toilli ai>'l aAr?r W?iib. "f tb< coukI I l?trtr? P' ?tU?M ?'?m'g-4 ? Itli gravl Ui 'Hf iri ! ?? ??* *t'4?n <" ' ill'ftn ? ?obl aratah an I a) ?la, Wlu?t *! lilBt 'r- m J br, t I" Irf it lloffa.' !'? ar"i>-<l, ? U ali'-^l Inl'i <?' Htlfn !? MMMHI hf In li*r b?i4n{ |la" <?. ?T . Mi'h i*wau< *n*e h? ?'t?v?t#<4 U-lag hi. - ri r ?>. d4Im ;n |im Anrti(??iif Ibn' ?aa > ? u.Riittacl to |? )?< a by Jm'. a F?ai'y | kUKt'l ItWI r-. ' in M?htiatt, a* amtteiawr mHlai at 2.?.' Ha?t Tliiity fink tint, aa< bioagbt ba<ur* JaillM l 'ai'>; rb?'g"l wltb ob'*.u<J?g a'Hj-?t VM) ??? ? 1 of frua t Si :??! h llUI, o! V' lit II . /??' bfn*>ni f fal?? pi?t'?aw? ??? fl 1 i'hirtl miiMaUII'iiii ' b- ? i ??<! *a> b' -J U? bail t- >a?**r ti. fl.?f Imaarri' la^naata. 1RR (l*K> attlt M fmrCT 'M0VTI04 < **? -<<|S. I.l". *W'X or tub tuftopn a u?T?jrriu ?TMjn. Th? li', <im| In ih# *a?* < f llari- a'.B lau< . ??br ? <t tit eu.iii. .H ?t 'i ?( ? in m < "ft" y*~*Vai lay ?' Cot nai r O'fiianU. Ik* iirtlm ay of tb? (lta<>?? -o a> fiai t 'I * ** ?k?-t *? tb? Invawti^ii'i ? u m* * y*tr? ?<t on Tbaia lay a ?at to alma U? b 1 1 flat* of Car 'a * > a 'b* *th ina( tba Tb? A ? '?'>?' > ? '?< MimlltlNia * lata t?.? U#ar <?J>? o .'?<? '?u BfWatWk itMl. iwl 1 all?4 Im > lntil? ' *?'?* A"? |*rtaklt.( ' f 'ba *ts* a -?a|<?l? arw ti r<f?M " t?a ia)| tnt a# II a >aai* laU^'li an w?al ' ^ aaaM m.I | ay In Ibabmf, ?ba* b* ?a^lal laa tk? ??*??(?? ?!.?*? tij' a blf >? a|?i.j ?? hH ?r? ?. bl? at???l 1../0 >?: tially ajwi?< bin fr- ? t*i ? n <tn <haa tr ??,i??r'f ra??liianr Ik* aolIAr f Aa alrxrt lb* laraiirt ?.? ?W ??'??' w f.??/^a 1..0. wad lit bt??t tairainf ar> ^1 lea a (M-J aid ?a?ba?|a4 l? at k ?. Hf "* tkr -Vta**** U4 ?tallm4 llf UMa Ik4 Sk?b I la waa '?a?a 'ka J?. a lofk |( ?|ttal nt*?l'f lla <"nn?aa?, akata IM 1,1,, ,,4 11a b a?? ?".f'i'a'M Mor' M>< a aama afla* aM Hk ra-?t I'-M 'a'.ally Tba ^*ry b*?r m Utaan ?5a? ??? ,k* .ai W ? T??' '1 i?^i I , an . tf> I *a?tb by a |?atai ?b??l a?i*l a*l tba I n>4 | ?ia 'ty ifc?-lv?* lak-ak ? a o*? aa? lba? iw?afa.ta>4 t?- tba 7aoaba tar *? twHM'W a I ? r. ! a a >ii. - A - rm ? ? '.aanM* bfM a r, N?,'iaa- *1 , ? . * ? l<laM a ?- a tba W-4y af | a?N ?ia?l rulbVUU**' Wf#tlt >1. ???'? ?l u>a Aluainai V ? -4 *' tba I?laa4 f?'?laj ?a??? I ^ T>.? M a aaa tr ????t alalia ? 1 ( b** ' >"*b*a at <b? naa* ii.? baalaa Mi l*v? ? alftt a mt III (Mi banwV r? a?al fn H y?r a a< afa af-1 *??*?-* i? Jag i'Wk4. Vat4brt, lau*i*rWB*a ' [ GOV. SEYMOUR IN TAMMANY HALL Trei?rnil?in tinthrriiiit in the AM Wigwam. Ufuunrinlwa of kaiw Mhinxiin. Haiiw-Luw i<?, and ill fl* limn. MUHIC A. Nil fKUX OK J&fE, Ac., *<\, Ac. Tin* Hon. II'iRato SY*"?h, i>? of far -tatw of New York, ap|?ere<l la?i errnitif in lainmwoy liaU, b]f fatlltlloll o( tbi tom-ial IVimmltW. aud *dito?-M one of tln< Urgi at >i ?nnliU)f' * Hint mi erer e.|U"?-r?4 lata that bietorlr Mnaio on thi< bale-way inn! artllliiry In the I'uk ?nmcril that the ilw n of 1 1 titn.iny llall were Imihj thi own open on aome great unblm i>?l *? tin- occ?> ?Ion IimiI already 1 1 an i i?ii'-fcnor 11 through our cotuuiaa, the ciowd wax lm:nrn?' itr. & ytnniir waa flrat intro duced In the Committal- ? to 1 any m Dm piouiloi-nt I" lit 1 i-i hi if nf tlu' party, hi J Wui into tli" li.ll hefoie tb? outer diaua we ? api-aed. H? w.m it?t r<?t<i< r?l to tti >iiio*linv liy th" Hun. Robert Kelly, who In a m-at and .*l*<tl\e apeech r?tiiind<'d tit* auiitomo of till' fact that wl.'u t !???_? aaai-mlilrd Uirrt ft year ago, |>rior to t he fall ? laetton, thi-y wen- riiUmtaJ and laughad at, ami yet III ey Ikiatln Seymour, ia thin city, 27 000 rotaa, and rt>< tut tha hrat chiaf iu.?uia trate tliat New Yotk kail i-TC"r ha>l. The allualon to (ioTi-roor tWnnur atid Woof war?' rci-pictiraly rfrtlml with rouwta of applauaa, anil wl i 11 Mi Kelly rami* to ariiManii ot the aaverrignw r?i lalmed that that ?n< the Ian inirudui tioii Itr )i*4 r\rr heard flien to a grritli nm'i in lKainuiaiy 11*11 Mr. PKTMOt M thru rami' fnrwua t and waa iwuwl with In ild ami long continued plaudit" Aft' 1 thanking 'Im? auillrnri* with an air of i|i?p ?i rarity tor thea/* iiiacl featation* of ita la?or In- wil'l: ? It haa heen km i<l thut 0I1I i|ueat.ona which hare hercta late illvuli"! | nM|i ? bafa lm>n adjuated, awl thai iw? ea?oclatl"n* may now In- for mad S-twarn tl?oa?' wh'i liava been, for many yiaf?, |* lltleally oppoaed. TSiia pro|'?al tlon ?bowa an Ignorance of the 1 aetory of our rmin'ry, and of the worklnfa of Ita iuat itivttena Ilia Til' w 4 and laatkncta of mm lead thiua to adopt 1 atillirt intr opinion* with regard to the dull*" sod of gnvernineat. <'?r hrlli ?ra tba proaprrlty of a caintry I* dm- mainly V* govornmi'ntal r<'KuUtfon> anotb ?, Hi .t aurli intntrr enrm tra huitful. Onr hohla that <?>? i?ty n<<*t> a roiii|>l"C ayatrin of ri'nt raining and dliartlntr town whilr annthd baa ?uorr nolldrni a in man'ii ra|?' ity f ir n'lf ooatrol. Ilia 1 aa l> inrllnrd to Int^itrri- with hia nrlclilmr'a ronrerna, and tba o'har wml i" to li. lat al<>tiv l.laaai II and to allow otbara the hum prlrllifr'' TlirM- miHn tuig ???ntimrota hara alwaya dlrl4>d fiartlaa. Hi *y urn nuwt artm al thla tlma and thry will alwaya ronatltuta tin- lii'tlnellT* awl dirllnctiTi' dllTrrt nr?a lirliiwu tha nwnaiiara of di:l^r. rnt polltli al orcauira'.l'ina Wf have no o. raalon In tliia dt>auaaian to uaaall tli* tnotivaa of olhera. It la anou(h to pvifct out frmra at piim lplc and tlx- con?a<|uafiraa of titra* atror* Itia ront rori rali-a whli h at thla tuna afltata tha puhln inikd furaiah apt lltuatrationa of tin truth if thA piuptialtioo, that r*rty dlnlinrtioiu frow out of 1 iiC?c nn of uaww and rantliiH-iita. undarlyinir all 1ha |iarti^ila< <|ua*ti >na which haw divided aoriety and that tha>?vtaw% >? ntlnue to form polltlraJ oinnitatlon ? while our puttli* Inatitutlona rontlnue Ui Hire them an ' pjwrtunlty (or M tlon and nianibftatlon. T)h- dlali?li?f In fnan'a rapacity foa aell |oTei imoai and control ha* led to tba a4?pii'i<i ? 4 t4w '-'^r lTc t<-<a prrance law, which la claimed hy ita adriM-ata< to lie a naw aod certain reimdy for moat of the eeila winch iDr?t ??.i lety, but which la aa ?Tt-i*p?ate4 ao4 a.w?f> la'tm effort to eiteiKl the Junadi^i'in of .Utotaiy lae. lie yotid their proper Imunda. Tha ohje< tlona t? thia meaaura air two f.U. It Tiolatea the ronat 1 1 M tlooal law> of aur ?tat<- an'l It wifl lncM^n-r the ciila It claim* to a!>o!tah. At thia tiiaa many rprak liffhUy of coaatltutjonai law Tkay are iat patlaut that th?lr pe. mlar tiewa are . he. k<~1 by lt> liar Hera, not liearlox mind that It ia their oaly ?afafuar4 aganiat onjuat or haa'y l?gialaHo?t afl^tlng tliaii llfea, tbeli lllierti"' and th' I# rlifbta nf nrfiai lad'e. Wr ara not made free meieir by putting | *'W er into the handa aT tha pe< pie, hut hy writtri, ? on-t tuli'.na rratraialng iaa joritiaa and pioti at.ia- mlnoritiao. and fn>l.i<idlnff tha leipalator a fiom t' a< -O^f a a.b( a i.rftit of a alngla ci Imm. In tbe?' <laya of ?fn'aliT" ?-m ? hmaut fit >ti fW cnup'l'in, it ia tl " d<ity i f iraiy iltlien to uphold cow atituti inal law It ia atraiiff* that tboar who d>-maa4 rra|iert for !! ? c errira t?ti|erarn-e law. ahouhl ?bow oulatnpt f'?f 0*1 ri.ora aa/- rt~l oliilgaUaa* of tba tutli D that tWaa* wb" ra!b for a ibfolaalan In laflala tlf* iV-iintincw an I iwil? tliw bl?i .?r la rlaiaitia of Ju'il ial tubus -la. Tl,? wilfjit aatl nunt- 1 ba-r of JualgjaaaU ahowl a* that tbla taw la at oar with >nl ?i -a' *B'l lyaOaMt'i'l'inal ri#'a?a ak??S4 fc* r<<D?lnrln( ?? ????y "i>? who m-am to r- tha >? *h < ?t autltoi :ti?? known i.a<!a> our f"ia nf (vftnumot. To ?laiioui, a I ham la an art "f Mly an<i of <tanfrt Tba iil)jMtkn>tln tbla l?-(j(aUlli>n ai" aaf tha kiu l 14 la n' t nn wtjr a law a#* aat 4rtiakio(, 'wt anarut l itk Inff It a a(ii aaalant *t/, I >4 rail. It ?i!l not i?ailf in frtaa^ i al'oip?f%B'*, iMt It will |?ta lh? way tn tliar tlv4iwl awl bnrtfi I -oaaauaa-a It .a w-ll 4?ariiM I ay au>; jant 'Irtf) n va a? a laiy ; 1?1 .aritht opy winch lilaa t? |rt iM ?f lta<lalln ofllfa 4a<larlt( I'a ? > il? air al allaht'l >?} a't of l#y alatura ' Ita b f ai ar.i] ff> at?at aurliWf la llx l<- :*t?aal'aaU'?M ? b4 ?Sla' ffanlaatloa <4 tampranra -floata. No ra ?? ? aa ? #? a M?W 11 ?' Warily t ha it that wl, H ?? 't?* |aa> < ria aii<l motivna of Ita a>l?-a''w Tla wait4 linn tha ilita?-a th* -a-rtbwa aa>1 llaorinwa-. low l???n . ,1^4 ?MHa t|litt<( a lo'ii' tl?? f -lf aiwt ' ?-'Ifiunt pi, aa Iti >1; wh.'l. Ilia l?*? Iba i(fat nU'uia to th# i|;(> v4 i/f fll|? n aa^. tha ?fjta>a| rv?aa '4 baar aUaara rha ml f..rta <( tk<.?? aa.K^iraal 1* pi ta 'tnj tranparaar hy Ufa ai.4 (??!?' a?l"fi. wara lala* t>.a ? w-! ? ll.ry anlai|-<) thair iwn Ib'ajl'it a wl m;.r a*4 thwir own i&aiaa-taai, wklia '!?*; IB<lu*nra>l a?l baaaaMIt ltd othara Itut whan th* law ft?aa ihrrn wrr tar thalff?ll/a oni, I"" *iii?ai> 11* a n abowa ita w n'aafl i?li?a? I 1 <1* ai l ja ? n ara ai . ant at 'I .aa ffl?tat>'? abara |?>??aa ? a l.a ? hrrwtof'ia f/otaibM. I ?V. iMit iaaU to ui(' a^a Uila naaa-ira tl>at It kaa ?a woatk/ arflira'a* ',a lallanaat fu-lflt, but llaat It ? taa 4- O' J ia to a fnu? Iw I I ???!< na la "In ' r?<a?? 1 of w*n aha hata h?aa!i f. (> b?? B b-iiaaa* ao 1 ' haatlaLAt*? Itiat tiM [< w ?r wblrb It (i?i M:?ai mat ih" "- ia-aaarw. aal ac iw aa 'itha>i> ? awktaw a *a at. dt oa th? -w? l.aa l, i*4 lib bn'b in itlii a aa lb ntbai ? 'ptvx U?a t?< tl,? V) f >rrwrowa I >4 !b? a- \ haa ????? I s/ ta^ 1; taawa datkiM fiia 'ha |iul|t* at*! 'ha y ?? <4 av/uiU ai>4 | at> IM i.f'aia who >ka*a ita?<u??4 It a a Ujk.a *4 . <-?tito ? loti%l 1 (Bt l\ ?? alia?r4 ' Vmai. k '<wti?i* a l<. ha ?rta i/f <.?,a htaarh <4 oki 15. oniraiit af,,>a m aaA III* i*( slli'l 4*|?i 'rnaat* V 'ha ?? a |>4.tinaJ (a iaa (W ? 'f i?' aa a?'hn?1iy a'>4 "< iw*i"ta lltf. Ihia haa hawi) tla l?/i ? aa? wl irh liaa 'aafl?t 4ia ?k*4Maca to !awi of n^>*' ? o4 , * >.at arr iha a", -a ?? il.? ?. ?-la -Y ( .?! ?. aw a >,?** aiiitawj hy lh? I4aa ' t a-Wf b ? Tl>#? lar-Npf laf * oa4 ?tth |a??l?n aawl Ma^fa la t' ? a^wi iriw. ??a *1 aa* ayaia-t rbiiM*ar tbi f'-?i! 11. f -ait- ?j aaaiaal ww tTiaa -l.a (Iffiaat <W ? 1, at. ' ? f /-a -T' ial ?*?<U - Sa/aa T?' - |aaaa.a> ba*? ? ??> ?lli M ai?* 'ha palpi' aailtaa'laaa of a rra" ??|J 'hbr1ta|>U fwM^/m a ? -pt 'h? aaiy laa>? ?*? '/< ? 'nwi'-a '4 ita a^Onar ? I aa *?r.? -If.' laf a^?B a* W ,a ? ? ?->% aal f-lraj-'i j-ab llaaa> aa4 >li a"a M la ha ' : 'o la-<!a?? wl.aA f ?'.a> 1^ ?O that' l??a?maa 'ha" U*J aia ?~T<Bta >4 lit: aba aaa III a irtHal l?w?a ha< U iiaaM !i, ilaaaaa a "la tba Itia al.iib laatraJa tha a^ti'a< a >4 nan, ami to 'a-'W 4a ia la 'ha t |ia a <ha pa atplaa ahi h f - Vf I '*/% aal Willtaa Iha ?aa' 4ranfht ?f p"w?r anata' tk.a law (taa ??' il? aa'at mii; <4 ita aaM?.f<ao IVifia?? tfc. v '?*>. iMt o< ? raatita'Uaat l?w a laa aJ l<i*4 Si'ha-, laa M ?'!, '?? ?'?aja Wi^'. aa4 o'haa a?* ? 4 ?-aa? t?la4 i?ba> tt *j 'haa 'h>a?aaara ? ?? parww wh" baaa a44 ib4r laaai ? p ID <aa.? to wawl 'ha a?ata -4 j-?f?^??#a val ' wLa ? l| laia tha g.aaaal p a ? aa^/y <a?*?M idlrff. he ativajfi- laf 'ha aw f t * -i'p v aa af Tan. ily U* I a waa? a,a*a >.a tha ja/t 4 iirwlAit ha naa a' f %!? a W ? j kjarw! Wl wa ? >ip4 man "hpwB' f laaowaaw "a <aa tar nytalaaa o|?-n >a. ta ah ?? 'fc thaa ara . a wa ? Na *? raa' Tha lagai ?, 'aaaia?w< la*atwa4 ta thla art aaa -4 aaaail haa ay aa'haawy <4 ?|a a |a aaya W W fVh* baaa a^wa a ?i aaaaai >t Ma ? a k**w r a la aa* la a awa ml T> a ia aaa4 bj n%m wV rWkaa ta Maa* tha f?*ar-w hta> at ah? ww a.*.?aa>! 'ha wa'?a Ma4M '?V. ? a?,*a aa" w Www rr.^ I*aa.i ? aa . < ?-4 V?? a- -aa Mg