Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 10, 1855, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 10, 1855 Page 2
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I'h- t|iiariat u* B*- b*-a ?!?** Pbaorita?tin rntnl ibii>ii?u ??*>*> >nmr ? ?"? n ?' grWale p*|ton? in lh< gar l' in?'b- l<- in 4erart more -filrnrtld then *?ar by t .-b i.r|-orU' i,- 1 rbign nnMir *?? Kiny Moiu ? m*j r*?t ?iam M*t there it a benil* riling <m lb* ?all ?? y*t gwbap* Mvirlbb* but -non uImiiiI t" a|M* ? In ? "I '?? ggbt??<?', utrtK M'f ' J'l H lltj Bm.'il ?111 hi. b drporltd from tliw At Berlin, tba |iolitira: optn; a* ??' tbe a. -u . am. tba defeat ef the inluitter* tic w *??" ) that tb<- ragl'iil eon druAH the etiuilucl aiul !' " S "? the g 1*1' inent rreaat Me it*k of lining the little luj I tarai If hit pn-aet-M alnee the eventa of lbiB and 1-t.1 It i? repented tba' tbe llank ?f I'raare ain* ?* day*, ravelva forty tnllli >n* f 101,1 the I ,oW I lb.l-.nl, Mrtugh Mem*. KhUimUIUh, abieU aill gu iaai Ue ararity i.f any fuitlwr etriiijiant un .1*1111 * l*in* r**orte<l ta. lle*-ri. Mil It 111 ni 1 ullilieit K l'i < I abaci? liere, liav* tliinnn out tbe following *a*|p it. ' ia their Bottree drtnlar, abicb I certainly, nit un worthy of atteution.?? "The ?lue?tiuc 1* naliitally ??keil wbrtbei lb U'.e etriageni mcaeiire* of the bank*. f ngl iD'1 and 1 ran, ni 1 kirtag back bttUioC tn their culler* aith tb ?|< ' re nuireil We hayc lienril II argue, 1 tb 11 ll will got 1 **? that effect it* re.fi,id* the .[*?, ?,.? |mid away in tb* I ? t a* th? Muieuim.n'* habit of h, a oing goln n i' n ta n ii there. If the ??r 1* to Ui.b uby?h>ubi u.rt tb* f rem b and Kngl.-b gutn rtiinent* - -y-'t tba ? -?ta branab' i of the llank ?i franc ami of tb< llnuk I nj ,u at Couxtantinople to fur in |>?|* r lortuaaaat* 01 '*, 1 aamie-. wttliog fur Mirb |?i|i*i I a,e.1 ? 1 At ? are lighting Kus-i., with gold ignru-t In 1 if if The Duke and Jiuclie- of Brab-mt b i*? l* >n in *1 to prolong their *tay till .-'atni 'i?y n, \ 7h. Ihi?? taJIyouth of gracelul tiyuie w b, .1. y i ni|,i 1 and outline that *,nl In Merer, ei'tn to lorlente , on enaiption. Hia appeala?ce i? witlial maaly and il oi. b S which can in- ??areel* bei 1 it?eu'i. fa 1 ugh not Ktiietly hand".in 1., ir ically a 'me y..nag j-^fotan, andw UI Bi'ohaMv. "uc of A'"-e doy- m-a | af "intie proporflon*." It will !>? in the recoilecfa.i o re., t, it three week* ago, 1 callnl t: 1 , 1 r ?? I 1 ?eai and unfeeling remark* which wee at ? ; A ". ? <? in.' ? ?? ia 1'ari*, reip?*cliiig Ihi in, ap oily <>' tb' -t ?" ? " *" *'1" tar now ucjie?!ite.l to tlii bui t of lailene ' til then performance jf hi* dipinmetie tutie* M, re,* wa* etated, for denjin iug t'?i* unionude,, calttmuy ?.,? ?imply, to protert igaiuct tha b ul injui-.i ?? * a man of mental Mrenknc ? he, au-e ft imd ;>ie **' ' "ri dence to liait hi* body ivitli ?,?iie ot tb# ill* I" "B " ??' ?leah U'helr. And thl* proie-t ?a? m.ola tin une'Wi. Mngly. beeatu1* it we* eriunit thnt -une ml- 1.1I' J ? nhant.i of the aretchu, I'te,,* edui.unl . 1 on ? ?" triwuing on thie id, the A atttii- ' n.ake tin ?l.iii,:m>i Mr. kU.on bad Milloreil a tun. to theti ? ?, 1 raacement. By one of th,,*c o'," en - wh-fn u i< n 1,, , fiooli and drunkanl* to keep on th ir !?': grope/ place -liuuld be the gutter. ihi e . mlui?ui< lion found in tlie |4r*on if Mr Ma ou a :.mu > ' 'o. nenre. of coniidetabl# in uP'tic- .n' "I ferle 1 1 , g nee?; but aith tin -nine b.'ii.gn.el vi?ion whic.i h -- tv? ?? theui idunder and di-grace'.1i*ui*-It, ? < e no'dy .?< * r other difilouiatii* apjiuintuniit tbi ' liuie mid# it a-i .l t aarpriio no oue if tiny -lioull thiuk ,t iw n t '? , ?i ? plot# the circle of the 1 ui,,-o ntenpina n u nrare held, by aubhtltiiting Mr thefr pr*?eut r,-p.? mal# Mf lar at Itul* auntlu r ?ucU dipl 0 , li'. cren ? iw lie ready brought contumely en th, Atunicia n..n aoart in huroge. Ye*, it i? timetlmt th,' ccrre.p, #,-.i> <?'. n> Uk>*e person* on whom the Wwhingtuo ', ? ? po the foul rtreoui of it" hlae . Iiil* ?b "' ? , *t "*f 'b Me whole truth, and nothing but ,b tin:' , in li tar, for the dignity ol great Ameriua. at wb ? h the is the lend rn'ing orgnri, ira;^ii,-''*l) ieu.arel* if k* r , nuppres*. foi necer yet h-,,e I nwde-ijemief to *? 1 ' t-, privilege of your column* liy red-ctinn* ?u tun J bat it i* unhappily to" uotorour- that '.be bp "i^ii fnactionarie* ol Air,.Tiro a.e a , >ut v* oy* ?jr *n . r* preach In every u'foo in f -.rope, Atnatiean r*nt em blnidi with hlux'ini to liaar thai ur> t, a i#,..i.:i wil nn American diplotnnt, be' thi* I mc'i >1 , n W having time to uevot,' In *^1* t/i t 1* : nance f dalirate ofl'.ces imposeu o n hiiu van: u ,1 tin pi re Republic, i- occupied ,.*,iy ,a. , 'u va tramping up rpologic* (in ? 'tuna r i 'u l"-i? 1 in eluding the aurvetlhince of , 'Xiit-ir* iui i",?r, * '?' - fraudulently put off, 11, iilior UilL* ao4 cr- ? - btii* lit iw<#*f 1 a lav** ofl the day of reckoning, "i 13 luiumtg * *>,,! 1 ' house to bouse n? 1 ai*e riidi, fjii,;.* V viable b ta accomplish a tlighl Iwyon i tl.e frontier C'u** - *r / ferly re. n ant to the duties tin y hnn o . u*l iad ? farting them to th, hands 01 rur uuuerllutf. tvi t y ' ,* their pleasure in othi" .end- "here tiny msy et>j#r 4ignity, without the la i >t of tbeirappo * nion' ?ad Worse, ten time* w*- * 'liari tin?', tl,*ie ar* ot-o also, who furn th.-li dljdoru ,tic p- i,,n to 1 roBtsM account, and quitting :hnr -mideyuent, ami ?u all eon**, not of the digit r / '.heir but ' aion honesty. exfJutnge ih? 01 dljbsnscr 1 1 tlis aolumn* of the iiourse. nmltsk.ug a ' an "? * 'b tbrmation their position gU*- 'hem ,*> m. ? ? s barter on the exchange, imi ???'.I fli* gl-wt' nv l*r'h c of a free-born Americon f" a m ,,? of o dt. * oharoe. shnuie on that stand*!', 0 -.jw * who B 14*1 late!, i .* niigl.t ,'i o ? ? ' ' and on which, a" it Hutt.'rs 111 th* win ? r ' ?' ' ' ' tlie nation* of the "Id Wot id at tiiei *" s" say, on that noble Inml "d tre^slo u ilia* t d - ' ? ' ten to wip,. away the foul Mot wbi a it* f'P ? * 4 oointumits luiM- cast ,m it" tail ,:n ' n tin ? ?> t'urope. No c.n,'i* *? great, no count r u k" ? ,t ciin .n'.otd to luar* puulic opit n. is*' U- -*y, :stive* of America ,br, ,d. *, w- * > the hn t- - **' * Jw chosen fr< in ..11 ig '.01 hisrfo*-'. uol ,*o 11 t1 snin led citi/'i,.- !'* b.-r teiuu'io alien s., b |w>n*ibihtv uliich iH?clt** to ? -itmi. n? ?' ?> Iunction* be pre. -cly .lmned - ??r.:tnlc o' th. *t'i' no* as eervattt* o: in.fivi n., .;,.i, . t? "nil tbe preteuti iu? le.in *t ??. ? ? ? ,g . . ,?'1 ibinks an cufrV to n ball, n :? ban- - ,.i ni inheritnn. e *? an Aim lean citiM-u. ,nt ? on 1 i e hopcl that the dlplon *'? " 1 ?* n( 'b nld will hold its ii roper prain n in *1> ?*? n' there is not u Stole m i urn}* vhu u ,,j, ? t ?i?t*-t It. * A tlur A no J ( urn -|?|ib N vi 1 '/%< t, r ?;... *? ?- ? J'fdr, ? !!? Ormiii'io* ?f A.jy?.b*.i? Hnnilt ?? * /srl .-'m-oiitv /**" ifintw As'i t'fv /'? I 1 tftcilt'-rlcni?Mr ?. Vmi /'. Fjrwfid Dwi ?*?<?(*' t * v <r ? ?tortuciiakoiT, \h* Rn^inn4- *&y, ? La* no lu k lit in & fEicid Gt'ttOiai ant. u* th?? ia ?t ni tht Hu?- ?-i rtn|>!c coTnrrHVli?i*??, ?patit ? uu?i # Mur tnef kit it* t-ricj^nlly play to: a linto* fMXM f ?-.tn h* in now ciirrvinc or .* n- v?- wir nvrflr. wlul? thr only e 1Uthv* movm^nt of tbft ?ViMt a- ? n * k ? ? ^a.*. i4,t ? UU M wl^'ti*! **&+%%? ^ U*t ?k| Kttl* o i ?? o ii>? ^ f rin-if J!/ t1 u*i ?Hi 'V 1 'V1! r?U- i bat rv?o ttint will SnJ a cotm.-.-v*.tn th. tolerance 01 Turf**, Aim in the politl'9 ol 1he a!!i>v*. ?*'ir*?y is . fl? /log very advantageous terms tn c*jiUilits "Jt onu.v mi; bar Cap.tai with Me most important cities ? h*r e-? pire ami with Europe ; ami with the progre? of IvilliAti-m, following the track of the iron borse. the faaatiriam of the M at.?e:ii.aii And the Greek will be ?h?-rk?tl in an 'sjuaI decree. The true spirit ot religion, in in; en intry, in newer promoted hy fanaticism. It # now doubted whether Odes? in to be bombarded ?t *11 The mvhtary force tliere assembled will doubtless be kept bu?y hy the presence of the allied fleets; but the tra- aim of (lie expedition if N'ikolaieflT and Chersou, from ? b h Ferekop itself would be threatened. The object is to d?froy the large military stores at Cherson, the naval ar*> aal at hiko\aie<T, and to interrupt the communlca Viac with (?dr?sa, all which, or any part of it accomplish ed wo il<! seriously compromise the Russian army in the -uaea. and aerify the late prediction of Emperor Napo leon. that Kamua will not seriously contemplate to retain a of the C rimea. But suppose the Russians re tiro from the peninsula by the way of Perekop, would Out tw I.kr.jr Vi facilitate the negotiations of pence I Per haps it weald. if the allies were content with the Four founts, .a the sease in which they insisted upon them at the iatr \ V? r ? couisrences, and did not heighten their Sewiiii> <iih every new success of their arms. The th'td i*.nt ha- evidently received a practical solution ? lU, the de-truction of the Russian Ueet at Sebestopol; wi.it* the tot fusrantae that Russia can give to Turkey would W th* a?ion of th* Crimea to one or all the ta lig .'-m ami th* abandonment of the Protec torate v*-r Ui? Iknnubian Principalities, now vir tually akaaooasd by Russia, becuu-e rendered impos *>M* by the w ibtary cccupatiou of the Principalities by au.il.? a. the point, attempted to be secured by the ..it. u/ ? a<|B*red by the AUiea, they might rest on ?i. .1 s Bir Mend the Crimea against any attempt at re ? try Russia, awl content themselves with a rigorous be >a. . f the R i-- an ports, and in thst attitude wait 'i ? * eptam ? by Russia of their own propositions of ? la than <t? tang t? earry the war into the inte ' Pi. ? " ft" >eut di-ierenee would be paid to tbc M.'-fj .B'> i-iwi of Russia, while the latter, in accept or i. in flu i 1 lerwi. >>( peaoe. would only recognize a ?i * ..?/W? fu . would still remain a power of the [ .ak ut*>. >r uoiy to I >>u<< and England, combined end MSskd kg ihHMa and Turkey. Peace, under these 1 ui .tiii'r- Biirht t>e accepted with boner by Russia, i?-t Mli >wd w u> rasoaniBnty and ju?ti e Uu the part of I,. Aithst i-ower- k a pease you may rely upon it, w< mi ' ti iic h* i -d* b l to suppose that negotiation* ? he rotnirtBWWu before SBr other signal blow is a t It the Allii ar thst Russia will Invite them, w< sM b- !'? -h 'tot n-?niiy 1 nevertheless persist n *'i i ttie'. logo' istious will re-cBBuieiice early net *pt a? ri tb ?'?> imperially mrrrased chsncos of ?a- raa ?... bU> p- see in 'to ui 1st of tlie terribly iu ? -ids tivitj '4 War, <? naarcr than appears on the .1. n-i- oii'|U' -louiabli in the .ni .cssed faith fByassHl In thafsMautwemy and conservative ten. le note* tb. 1 ranch gnv wuueut. It is ceitaiu thst Ismis I'. naparf* ha* *OulMU-d a ierje amount of diplomitic abi.ity nkaSug ' egUm1, '? *'|?' Mine succe--fii!!y a, h Au-iria 1b I ting the fear- of Prussia. in recon 1-iUng ?b? - an.MuiCan I'ower- and in winning Uu- conii 4 I elginu. end Hid.and lie has done all this and h> bss tons- it well, without losing an ?ti? "I the pre ' .gr <if Y raa or th* least sBcriftie of per-onal dig ally II. may be a user episode In thehUtiiry nl France ; but h* la at l?aat a briiuaiit *pi?d" aa>l that satisflei hi* WUitiynm Neither ran it he denied that th" po-(tiMii of Franc under hi* auspices, is m ore w?pvls ?>. imb-pemi?t than it ha* been at any trial -uue Napoleon* return frmn Elba, an 1 that, to tb? tki wt time win. e that r.enttu! |iei iod, Frauec lead* In-lcwl of following tie-?alitl.? of Kuro|*. I lad l.iui* I b,Np|? ?a - upied hiniaoli mors with France, and . .. i I,., m 'v I, migbf biive-ecor. d to F ue-? rh* sane p- -item ?' half the est bat Isxd- N'ap.deoii a, ii Id led do an without viade atiup hi* right to the th' B" a? aa ?Mual'iom'ai-tralioii i f capacity, iiaving ,, rede.1 ill til h" amy now make pe .<?*, ami with the pi?>tg? :aio.-d hit hiaa.B.., ob'ain by th" Way ?l diplo macy all that i* 4nilv .leBirablc t.m Fran? and lor the talBB' " of power IB I uropa. With th* tadn-try of Ftame in a ttoorist.iog "ndiiion. with a peweiful army ami easy I'm?tan ad?w* paralysed in tier ?y, Euglan.l tor aa ahv ?*1 a prei-uideratmg iBtturnce in Italy and the M... its ' an wti, Napuleou III awyhl iWote himaelf lUictly to the 'let*bip.ua?I of the vast rewiurce* of Fi nn ?? and with th* art?"lu tstboi of hsccivil ami political bdHttra. He ndekt ?atere to the n?jde some ol the itrbt* *i"l p |v lejo^wbnmhiy to a lugtdy clvtlt/ad natvou, a bo do an without ? ?le*r lonu-lng bl?"Wti tawlUonor I he traa i illlity <4 the couaf "j To ?uj ,i>*" that Fiam-e ? an .-online* V. r\.*t w.tboat ? proa- and Without li -eral in till tion , i> an .-Rri*e* agw< ?*< th* '"/ady of uian ba' t upp * that the p**e ui mad cap ? ouioilion* <*l tlic t il*.' ?wi ilists cao prolin e a polttli .ll rev dutioa in I raare I'aly ttr Austria, la ba exhibit a IcmenlnbSr igno rane. ol the .* i ual . -aditkia il th*so isustrhs. It sa tin V. ry leal ol llieir reign that ha? l- d Nap"l?'a to p. si"i and every new .-ft., t of the.r*. wiiettoM it pro. mil. IV en I/ let. n oi front ill.- l-lsnd sw Jer*ey. nl only eocitir? him ia hw prhuiai p adlinn. j ihi n-ul nt th" l?i* ia'i t ilentas'stra i- ? >n la- , I Ian I *d '*!?*?* you kn??w al..-.*dy Miroogb ih' pro--. 1 tiaa?if im. u no alii, no -rm aihy. ei.rid among | ill. I *11" ? thru I -ti. the odiU t- edtuely o?ira? , h< i ie wer and iaftuenn in Iran.* Jtol and l-enimuy. 1 i.*l only f t i<* retaid tie' ey.-at- ahicii th**y |oof"s- to I l .v "nioch at be I h itt.ont the late prn. li?atina i ?t Ma/ mi "ii tail or'n~" iWeUt* taigbt liave la'."it I me ... Italv. am. ai'.hoUI fear <d a am ah-1 m >' e- . .u t'r ? noa, the k-? *.i Uhrval n-lituiem in the I li b :.??! .in erlean -*-a-e. Wi t?M h-ug ag hwclatou | wii.b.Ry shot, oil 1 fett la Tra ace It H Is * MR. t!|f 1' Ttl t* th*- (ear ut tu+ft Hflli fir wiitt U?. Ut tJlj iry rlf I IsV'hvTk f ngtait4 0 ills * *. rt ail ti Uf slikti afit.i rm. Rriiish i* ar? albiut il l? ikr ? iiitrd > e>>?m?t i*t th they # ?*' ???r ^ li t.f ihU"?n tn ui ih \*o ind#efie4 il( r f??4 laWnt. alii appl. II to thf ita iy ??f otf aiitaieuia. ?.4 be t ..its I I 4 a tn! le w Bsue atiet t.urard 1 Ut.i-b d f a. , low diii mara-v ? rh?* | (oitou'-t of Ih? p.. ? k en?iag a CtOr?ll .1 thi . nam ..rhg-tlv. If t?4 1 Ut-nrf th? ??*r\?'**'% rr?<wi , ply t ion. Tie h ? pleoi ik'i"w bat i -arrv I the (imiit.-tunww *a 1 loa. *? uch pe -en f I torne" rs-latl ui* are pla* bicai. w eate pr .bp li aa le orwive * t. IB tl*"* ->IB the t.. ? jiaa. f n !?? ?rv Ui- . * f p. ? and m a ?dti/*t?ef the tattel mat?. N ww > , eceil* from th# l? ?t of I.a?lU'M Marey . dtat.- pvjto ?ivfor<'? it. wi'h all its..*n . r inat-w Tlie .(Ui stion 1? < n* of /r.-?i Imp-'itance a* ? . fbftire J. It raw/ bu t st'be* ta s u?ftle?? uf a 'Wf*' aat iro nr te '*Ty mow ?li-apfsuafrK'nt ??; Nap of liberty jad property of f.lcp'u<i ei'lrtti* ( 'U I' 1 Vtate* ?i f?,r(i^u i:nt(UW. With the pi k .. ?- . ? forced Ctrug! utt'iu <f political fugitiv ? 'fore ' th' l'nit?d Mate*, it in important lo?*;ertau wfta' f*W?> eal nghe* these may aouuire in Amenta, and to what e* tent our government will bold its.elt bound to protect thein. Id regard to the Sound dues, the gnvenim? at of Den mark ha* invited the different nation* trading to tli* Baltic to a conference. Kuglawl and France liave receiv cd uo [Special invitation, and do not eecm dispo ? <! to take part in the conference. F. J. Our Madrid Correspondence. Madrid, (>ct. JO. MM. ThIk About+a Chamje of Mini'try?77lc Position of th Catinrt and of the Minister of J\naro-r in Particular'? Crosses to the AliUd tlcneral*?Quest ion of th> Allium? of .Spain w?'<A KnylanU and Franco?Subtutenc- of th? People?The drain Trade?Probable Prohibition of' ttu Rrjiortationof (frain?Co'isnefuenct s to tK>: Grain Trail? of the Pnital Stat*?Inundations?The Crops?Et/arte ro?Sale of Church Lands?The Carluts, dr., (Sc. It ia Home days since the political circles have been talking about a ministerial crisis; but, however much good progresistas dbsire that some ministers should leave the Cabinet because they do not go on with sutli cient resolution, the crisis does not arrive. Ail parlies are against the Cabinet. The moderados combat it be cause it is in and they are out. The apostolical or abso lutist party anathematise it, not merely because they wish to command, bat because this Cabinet is selling the lands of the clergy and quarrelling with Rome. The demo cratic party condemns it because they are something a little more advanced than the liberal monarchists, whilst this last, which is its own party, faxes it with inertness and lack of administrative ability. They are all right. The Cabinet is not worth a tin six pence, but the only certain thing about its (ate is that Sonne Broil, the Minister of Finance, will resign if the Cortes do not approve of his plan of finance. He is a dead bird. The Cabinet has just given the grand cross of Saint Ferdinand to Generals Peliesier and Simpson, ant that of Charles the Third to Canrobert, Bosquet and La Marmora. Those officers will, no doubt, consider themselves most highly honored; but this licking the heels of the victors at Sebastnpol, on the part of our ministers, is ridiculous aud disgraceful. The question of the alliance of Spain with France and Fngland for the war of the Crimea, is agitated constantly in the press. The democratic fraction of the Cortes is against it, and has thus said in full parliament. When the question is presented by the government, which it is expected will take place before long, it will find a most setious opposition in the Assembly, unless Kngiaud will offer us Gibraltar as an indemnity. The time tins come here to put ourselves on guard against every policy which is not for our benefit. I; is said lately that this government has not compro mitted itself in any way; and whatever may be the indi vidual opinions Of its members, these will be modified by the public interest?by circumstances; and, above all, by the sovereign will of the Assembly. I again repeut that the question of subsistence, which pre accept* 8 so much the mind of Napoleon. ?n account of it* immense and transcendental importance, does not excite less attention on the part of our government. The article* of prime necessity are going up in price throughout the whole country, and in the bad condition of the poorer class there is another obstacle to our pro gress. It scorns that the measure of prohibiting the ex portation of grain from the ports of the renin,sola is being seriously considered. This will undoubtedly affect the gialn trade in the I'uited States also; and If the measure should extent to checking the exportation to Cuba and I'orto Kico also, the benefit to you will be immediate, and may be lasting. The immense quantity of rain which tins fiilan for two months past, has occasioned disasters in many parts of the country. The crops have suffered severely, especially the crop of wine, which is almost entirely det troyed. The inundations have swept as ay whole villages, ami the roads aic impassable. it is a fact that Kspartero, the i'uke of Victory, the representative of Spanish liberty, President of the Ooun ctlof Ministers, the firmest prop of the throne of Isabel II.. has Just sold his house, in order to be able to support properly the elevated position which he occupies. I.et u 1 those most excellent aud most illustrious Spa nish thieve* who now wander aliout the neighboring ern | iI". cn-piting and mailing difficulties for the actual gover oineat, learn a lesson from Ids honesty and purity. is tire number of lots of real estate lately re leased from mortmain, already sold. The clergy are gelling desps ndent or desperate. The bands of factious udheriBtsof the priests go wandering about the moun tain. el i auiUoua, elnaaly pursued by '.lie govern no nt lor-ees, but still keeping the field. The bands, although small, air causing considerable damage, e*pc ctaily to property belonging to the liberals. The cholera has Increased in Madrid, and many people of the better eltsres are falling victims. It was though*, the cool wiathor would cnu*c it to decrease, hut tire con rarv ha? Itcen tire fact. Jl'AN. Oar VI. nil* Correspondence. VtlvXA, Oct. 22,1855. TV Huh mi* i Martini 01 Baron Brack?Their Sannlnrw and /WI Cbwprcltairiwiai Austrian Crrdil Looking f*/?? lt? foomd Dm*?fnh" and the United Slates?7V (iKiwi'd/?The Hon. Millard Ml!more at Yonna?Out ? ikk on th' t'liaplain of Ui> British Enthorny, tiering lieen |uevented from addre--ing you by last %wck' ntU, it becomes necessary to iovert to the financial me:, area of Huron Bruek, * lilch, to a very great extent at lea-t, ahiorh public attention. This talented aud in ?iefhtlgnhli Minister of I imincc L> determined to *et the goandal circumstances of the State to rights, and with thai view, to restore, above all things, the cuirenoy ot the cxi cm try to It* pi-Mine vain*. Tlie task which he has i't??li rtoi>? n to accomplish in beset witii immense and in rai iilabledtflicultiw, but Tkuou Brurk possesses the rare iScationx which are indispensably ncccs~ary for n ' . < i --tul notation of this toughest of modern financial oiol lent-. He is ul?o *upjiortc<J by the entire confidence ? Ii in.ji.iial master, aud not less so by the monetary world in aril out of Austiia. The Emperor Francis Jo *? pb ba- recently sanctioned the following measures ? 1 -tati m iriiir- ui unblemished titles to the amount of 15 wtlliows ?>< ttor hi-will be legally transferred to the na ?eil bank with full right of .- ale or alienation to r v i a like siueunt ol thegoierument debt which wu? n i*t by he l<-t iouiei-ioii of State pa per money into K?iik notes. Hie revenues of those domains will com i nee to It- w Into the cotters the bank from the Is v ?>i.,is-r this Tear. The estimate of these domains is n- e.ai'l Inlaw tlieii real value, there will b? tt ulty n bn> up bu f i a great portion of till" vr i e ,i landisl p: epe. ty < specially tor the benntifnl ? <alk tt?dvne?ian i-tv.esin the Itonnt?that Is, in the ih It rjar. .Vi'h * of this land to the amount of u en ti twenty nlUiin> rf tiorjos will b' ??aiily e< an pon'hi m' i. .vuri'y of the remainder In ii..r ? property thn bank will doubtless e .bk ! r. > .I ... i i adequate loan abroad, by which ? nt tmHion in hei e.-teri nil', be augmented in s i< hat the esunptton oi cash pay .?el- i I- wMi uoiar taken .ltd if not ? e ' eii-t he aeg ??*.. Ax soon as the present ? ?f ti ? i. i |swn Bio . y i arkats shall Ua?e pa-?el ? v to > ,,,. jisij, w ill b- held te contract -urh a t ? | wrath,n -h>o,l<; .nivl-1 u tcmgiorartiy ? - it. k ? ? s? that le>tiiu'ion v It b i- to-en rexpli ? ? ' ? "? ' ?? *. a* ?a integral but in-n ? ? t i e-t#t ? ii ?( i .i .f itioiial Baak. l or ' . Il'l ?il? e. mil 1, *|nitted at T ? Si ih . t> ha | .id ' in ba>d r? u. l.ichlioMe. ? ? ?? ? ?? si., ? -i-uttei ?a one new one. With 1 shots 4 l?s. ? 11 ijj- m aie'al O'ti. .idtanco ? ? ? r?i perty by ? called mortgage ? s Is ot a-i .minen-o "?an ? Mifcr ti i t.?v p.-en almost , ?* ?* '* i.i#? i?;,i..i apm *ueh like se-nri* i ' I ? ' " ' ' ' * ? ft ' A -'rlan t n- lit > * w ? . i>,, t??hi in nt tha in-titu ha. ?(.?? .1 I'a o. ,ti. ?. n?? .\u?|rn|tnu*ri i * f - <? s ? y. inw" "wo Mt. i * wwi* *? b- ? r< IhHhteMM, i i ronjunc m . ? ? awe t ?i . .?.>? .?r wi i Ut? linking ' ' ' -os i ka?. ? . t 11 - ? i-ji nml ? ?to f' ' ' '? eu tl I , -(W -Wt AI ?? t St. ? '-toxir ' ' ... |>w?* p. tie ? k ?m? ? 'y I . ? l ot ? > ....'!?? Pjto ?? ??' 'wHtaew iw v?,?t on .ttHn? 1 . a . Immw a nawe ?M mo-* <-m- , nltVefti hi* Maj-'.n Wat* i ?. . . In ?? I * < t ?i ,i m iwnina < ana* '??? I e.-i ? i?v I s ike , ,.i ii, , the tiupracrir* ' i ???''? ?' ' " d Sad ?l|i lb Will he ? v *d?4, ?*M thus ?Hafra-tvt'y teW.I-imi hvtwwan tha I ni .-,1 -?4*i*s .4 Aie- ro-i nr. I "eaw io*- he wiier mi el ! by I h#?of r*fc?Whl ?- tbo ?. *u _1 tacur-Imr ana.!'- of CNB I ('tint In whtrh tto- BWssut ,.i?no p ,? ft* ??*.? * - I ? f am in* v;nv.|* 'afihatoh- laaMtryrxyft'c ha*. h??a haew ep sad on# t-nto?*!?* fha? to ,r-f *? (,??,' ?*?-??? ?.k Varna - - I -H IT- n %? >? , -not to ''rtotoS. >.? fw tu^. .? ,ltfc tot rn. lu ;*?: ? rth vfl. t k? toe* > >|?t * u WB T?.?'*" *At* ?* t to I" ?ea TV- ??' *?. to .<to k" ????- ?W?tictang ?? thirty I ?*.. hto u>. '?rrt *???* "? -v ??**., , ???,?? ?>?? ?B ?* ?**? *? ? ?? ??< tor? Brttoto ana thi ? I ?n h -h .... ,-i ?. j.,f urSiM raimn. Awt ,?t?tw ?..| k n N*pl~ *' learn by IHW' Itew. HMfv? r?.t W ijw yrww at meat ho* r'seo a. :h?t ifc? f--|-|inm ha. thought it MttoHf i? tot to to i tor wettot < t Jt horneJ ca'tlv, a ra-ett '<m ke?<? m .4> >? th? crnum M thr V nglhvt. (to Turh.?t> faia.atoat. |? to* *ai>i?ly ?t tbe troops ?t U* Mat ot ?> ?.<??? .. ?.-? or * ,. folDMrly rtotorti,,k. Ik, m ..p^w..,,. .'tone r?-umed aB U*? lower Heanfce The* <ta a? hta .er exhibit ? ? ulti'-ieuUy csmoixtowt hi a W ru: .- -ha. In anj great tog.seel MM. tV|rm..| oak*. to* eaormoutoj ia <.*li*?, m rtmseqaeue* ?f tor r..... >? .1 ? tent I., n of tbe .Die, u, -en-. (?? tob to 'ne Dae ate ami to bombard all the ilosoi.n ko-v r Woe* The Or*t-1 reuAo* a, t.^ ha. th -a* ur .-<>*1.1/ llladf .hi ?, . ,r reapscttng th. Concordat u, h.? tot luc ?.. ? , L of Home 1. at dU-enei-n wit]. tlw r... nm., this all-Important subject IV-pw bee n h btv been delayed mo. 1, i*y.,n.i the ant,, -*,. .1 expected very shortly. HI- Km. .-Ib-n. y Ha-.,. I ...??I has left \ lanua for the pur(?>aa of Setter pfsqiit al the opening of the Bund at i r.nhtort. ilh? h< nlM to thia court It* ail) pr cee?l to a. time the .1 , h,? |io,t at < onstanlin >|>le. Tltetr toiperiai lia e ie th. Emperor and Impress, acuiivi. nfod lit 'hi :,itn A. ?. duchess Sophia. arrived here .,D fu-ada . 1 .?'/ '.?P?rial. Hf*1"? I'm ArrhOahe A.hr?-ht ha lelt for Italy. It i? kii<I that h?.' wili pro< \ i? j..r a* I ple?? wtwiematUri thr^nt^fi t?. ar.-ur.,. v. y lU factory shape. Tho whale ,'lplomitir rt.rpr etth the ei I caption of Tlsm* H>iuri(ueiut snd lord * ? ?to? relamt has return-si to Vionns. * | As I was provent?d writinif the week ?.-s,,e ia?t 1 , tl test. ?ell to mentim that Mr.MilUt.l 1 il|.?..re. ex dent of the I nited States of America, visited iUi? - tv th week before last, 'lliisgentleman reeeived ni.rhal s'trn tion from the imperial minister, ami other* at pre-eo' in this capital. l*arties were improviwsl to mats hi. pre nonce here, and it was a mitter of r?(ret to a very llirh pers<>nage that the Km|ieror himseli was no' in Vienn. to mark by his personal attention the sat.?f*.'tion he felt I at the visit of one who eschewed all foreign interferons in the eventful ye-arn of 1848. '4H. Maiui 61, .ml in e^ery way avoided complicating the tTuub.a.: at!sir? ot continental Kurope. The chaplain of the British emtiassy at thle oourt w?" taking a stroll in the country a tea <l*y> while on his road to dine with a triend, when he ?u stopped by the gendarmes, who demanded to see wha money and papers he had upon his person. fbi reverend gentleman immediately com..lle<l, bu* the gendarmes informed him that tney were not satisfied, and that he must consider himself their prisoner. Ali

remonstrance was in vain, and though th# chaplain in formed tliein that he was an attache of the British Km iMssv, and that his preson was inviolable, he was marched off six miles on foot, to a village of the name ef Modling where he was locked op in a room to await the arrival of the inspector. He remained here an hour, and on the Inspector's return was scut to Vienna in a fly for the purpose of identification, which was easily effected In consequence of the lact that he was personally known to the head of the t orcign Department of 1'oUce. Aftc.i an imprisonment ol nine hours, the reverend gentleman was Anally released. The sole grounds for this outrageous arrest were the foot that 4<the gentleman was waluing faat through a wood." The matter has be?n laid before fount Btiol, and no doubt satisfaction will be given, more especially as Mr. Muir, the British Charge d Affaires, ha taken up the matter with becoming dignity and warmth. * Our Constantinople Correspondence. Covsr vvnxopr.E Oct. 1", I80&. 11n Came! Simulation of Vnele Sam?Banning of tome of th' Animal*?Th'ir Captor* t.'tne to Se* '? Tin- Et'pkant' at Selattopol?Aunt Samuel1 t Private Otmmittion?//?/? TtuUs Jiatlo-r Peculiar?Miuinn gf Majors DdajltUl awt Mird'cat?American Shipping, dr., iCr. Tho American transport, or store ship Supply, arrived at this place on the 8th inst., bound for Trebironde in the Black :-:ea. She is still at anchor before Tapklianah, with three camels on board, all the property of Undo Samuel, who seems disposed to become useful to his flock hy the introduction ol animals from the East into the West. These camels arc of average size, and seem to rather like their new element. Indeed, it is quite natural they should, as camels have usually been called 'ships nl th. desert." From want of exercise and high feed, their legs seeru to be all running into belly, and their hump stand out in bold relief, like Mount, Pisgah in a snow storm. Captain Porter and Major Wayne haveg .ne up to Kebestopol to see " the olophnut," and get a glimpse al the Crimean two humped camels only to be found there. It is supposed that they will be able to buy a couple. It is much easier to sit between two humps than on th< top of or behind one. lum credibly informed that they have been charged by Aunt Samuel to get a patr ol the nicest canie-leo '"llv* ,ur ber, ?*P.r,'Si< tiding with the mall, or In conflicts with tbe gi izly bears of California. There Is cert ilnlv no reason why these should not be introduced into th" .oulh with the camels. Captain Porter will keep th. main hatch open on purposo tor tlicir heads, 40 1 her will be no difficulty on that head. He lea-.es this part of the last jor Egypt, uiid as he visits several other ot tt.e ports of the Mediterranean previous to ?? golug south with his load, this animal will have full leisure i.J'wi vfi?" ilf ,7">t8" ^nrtnf tbe voyage The Julian has khkehawed the expedition with a full grown mal. enmol, and two /^'Uiuies, of tlie largest size. (olonel Delafleld and Major llordecxi have gone up to k *? ,l?,i,,ea'# tt ? fiCe "*uch more now than before the fall of Sebaatopol. As all American, up thetc have been treated with great k ndncss bv the 1 leuch an.l English officers, ihey will, no doubt mlv'S i,eT7/oililjr in Ufolr (now) very harmless mi. Mon. Much of the report spread about the rudeness ol thelrcnch government towards them has 111 oven lalse. J hey have, however, been completely humbugged by the husewn government, which prcmise<l much an.' did nothing. / saw tliein, some days njro. calling upon :T? '"er an;1 ?li,,Utcr ?'*?. with Messrsfs^?. cer and Brown, and learned that the Turks expressed nmch intert In their mission. . Our harbor contains some very fine Amerfoan vessels "hesi'snfow MVtv beta H?W 1,Qr<>- Th<" "ol,,e forro8 "? ntM hpinxiia ?hipH do more to elevate the Amerieui character among the Turk, than all the l^utions and tonsuhiics tver sent here. C B TKtil UI.F. BETWEEN EMLUD AND THE 1NITED STATES. Aiitlrlpiilril Trnnl.lv Bvtwevn Eni(liiml mill tile I'nllrd Bin tit?boolM St]N>l(oii'| (imrw ?Soiling of tbe Uittloh Sqniidron for tin Wi.t liidlva. [From the l.omlou tiiobe, <>ct. 20.] AA'e confess we ??in hardly lee sufficient reason for re garding tjio position of affairs between the United .States and ?ieat Britain aa posse-"lng tlio threatening aspect with which it is irii osted by some of our cnutcniporarie lho political ami the material inteio*t* of the two coun trie* arc identified to so intiinnte and important an ex tent that appuhonxions of a collision could only Pejus tilled hy a much lower estimate of t liw good sense of our selves, ami of our kinsmen beyond the.Atlantic, titan tbi progress of either eountry among the n.itionii of the world would warrant. AVemust, then, toot upon it as impox xlble that tiny -crious difficulty can arise from tiie sup posed brvaeh of the xpirtt of tlte I'ni'ed States'aws by enlistment for the British sen ice upon the frontier, wlilcfi has taken place. Even putting aside the question as to the istent to which the.'- procs* ding- luf~inge the law . "f xhotihi take the single fact that to a 11 appearance they were di'eoLtinued upon representations being mode tl t the United State* government regat ed them with di*iii vor, a. a gna antee of the cessation "I any disagreement that they might have cm-ed. No doubt our aquadron on tlie Noith .American static n lias lately received reinforcements, but the American people can hardly be iguorant of the real cause, which nave dictated this step. If they ,iustly claim th?t the law- of neutrality be i opei-ted, they cannot deny u? i ?Imilm light. If unauthorized recruiting )<? suppressed there is nothing unreasonable in asking that unattthor iiM pritsteering should i?c pievonted. The Anietiean-. like imrxohres, muet be aware that in their ports at thi nuiincnt large*teasels are in vuiiou- xtagee of prepare - tlon equipped openly for the -ervice of Russia, and t< nterrejit and annoy our trade. We say nothing of the wild not long tbientene<! project- for the in radon of Ire', d, the open discussion of which nardly a mail fail- t -e port. Hut it ia against these less ambitious enterpt i .??, and not ugninx* America that our gquudron ia directed. AVe sluiU undoubtedly use "in strung band to put t mi down, hot when we do so, it i* the misguided pbotile h" embark in them and not the American nation, tliai . ill ban- cause ior dissatisfaction. For what *? arc d ng ip should cheerfully submit to th' thln'.ing portion." the American eomuianity, who. we feel -urt ??-l-l n icluctant a* our elrCs tlint any tru-upod-up pr?t?x -h- uid '-ii allowed 1o peril the allium e between u*. wh- i mutual respect and mutiial intvre-t should mtkeom ol thi' Htvie-t in the record# ot history. 1 rotn tlie 1 on itu fTireniele, Oct. ^4. |V?! w-' - pest an ufrasiia' nrtivity his prgv.i > n - ur prim tpai docky ir..- in i- pairing ml rc equipping ?In rew line >C-l?"l" ?hip< that hcri ,|u-t comeli ?. in the "allh' and di 'patching them in all h iste ! tin West linli. statb n. Nothing wa* - id. about the Was- " .or m- ea'i.voidlnaiv motetne it. which, among ot|? in ov nimce*. roii : lis re aerl -n-ly nui oyed the offi ?r- -M| ? c 'tnpeiiie-* who ivei u.r .?.. iq of ? p u ? w ti at home it" :'?? hardship' and ..- -.to'.., ? ot tlieit ftaltir crui-e. A art us ronjeeturos we. e h?/i- - i 'he ii'*' "f till* nostlvi p' ? ? e ling 1 ',*? n ? ><t the -li. on ''f 'hitig r ? - ? out ? Wu We-t i-.tt p .. tin it be th t we likely p. be ewbi u. . w t u i l" cigu pewer in th.' quarter ' y .ante ?. ison* 1 was thought 'list 'VPs ? . bti th' ? ?.it , g t n-'er i ue ?' vntnt'.m >> the I n> et ?"uti and ti i "in ?- wrnt lent urn t> iklnt rat ration t prevent 1' 'flit fin ?!? that the trouble" in >. ?- -.1 Atri" ''a Wlicht .illord an oxpkuta'lon ?' y I*. I'.ilowr ten thought tl Ueeessaiy that P, tl-h lijti ? hoold be* ie.,1 tely .?pre*enti'.'l in . o. rter. tv, i not ante 'hat wi have *r?*n yet um.iv- iled the < i-< Ot till- vny-tc oi - prnreidbig; "but f .-tilWy th" It a , t it * ft. i Aroet t i afT1' nt to ll i * ? nne I ;httii reon. i>- rendu-wiil i? l < hi tlint u i'oW week* ;-g ? | 11-1 -*! th* lepor" oi .-rnsi-? inirhie i egrteio per in i.rdi.eetitn trial t>? fmc the I'niti I Btatea Comt for in due i a Atnv- ? an . iti/i-.i to < nlist in the llritisb Foieign l-l , ... in ih - atWrnpt xl h . in \n vb.Wti i ? . the law* "f the 1 nifed Etate* Ur, Crarapton. our ambas *a ;- AAs h -? n, i is said, truly o unl -i'y?for the a, n<- ? ? >t n - -i? to Vv i - ,i juirti - t.'.J Ue ?rrsing of cii-dit?to m impUcalcd. It. now mentioned that the I nit'-d M.ites I '.it' I av ?ent to our govern iiit '?ttvirdin,' hi" re 'ill and t'->?slewing we know n"t wlw . lii'inr en-' ii-ii- ? '. this demand be not earn pi' t n lb vt r-tintiwt m; eth ti'imagine that, not war, b'it?tcn e-* ? ? r.-ipti i>? fer a single .viy, n'uiut'i intervene l> ? Iwb ???> euut.-'ae whi.e Inter. ?'* ar?j mo knit up t?-c*ib-r < u Kcwf'n u/ a dispute mo trivial. It I* not - -tu-. Is to Pag'-nd that she et?uld be reduced to the n*ec??i'jr ot spreading her agent* over the whole civihael *? Mi "mp,ng and hshing the refuse of all nitious ti ?nlwt under Her standard; but that auch hat been, and .-???? iitifa to be the la undeniable. Still we demur ? -he ren ! i-io? that Her Majesty's representatives in (nrr gn ei.'iri'riee w"rt Implicated In the affair. On the uutinent, a he re the -airie lawn exist, and where equal off has been exercised to prevent the enu-tment of rerr'i no ueh rharge baa ever been made, and we do net Vlieve the instructions toour o.mba*?ador in America ware at all different from those given to the ministers a- ontiseetal courts. Indeed, there was no occaiion tor t. The King, ' an the AiUiiiuury pithily puts ,t "the King tike o'her people, has now and then ?tiabbv errands, and muat nave shabby fellows to do them But there are plenty of those shabby fellows al ways to be had. and we do not yet believe that the world ha* grown >?< Ix-uest, ur Ute government so reckless, that u.oo was t>. be found for the turn but the representative is ll> r Majesty at the seat of the great republic. If Mr. i. .1 ho own a' Old. or in the over ?uic;-.unions ?f h.s cal thrust himself into a business which in no say i oncermsi hint, there is no more to be said but to r?< ill biwi There i? a precedent, we believe, where the Amen .n govei nmriit. under Washington, refused to ex t*> a I em-hion, whu was enlisting soldier- for some pu'p-'-i- <?- ? ,titer; but tliat is for General Fierce toact upon. n u bo Inrd t'larendon to recall to his re ollec tion. !? Mr. ? rampti'B be iuiplicited he deserves to be rse ail ' u because he has off. oiled the Aui-'riitens, but les-a -e he diss ??1 know his bu-lines*, and has lowered the dignity ?>< his royal mistress in the eyes of foreigners, in the i In ihe xvreey which has been maintained with respect th' matter on bulk side.- of the Atlan'iu, it is diffi ult <?' -ay how the question really stands. But it is no secret that an a tiv.- and resiles* party in America sympathises ?it.i the f-mperor ol Russia. It is said, we know not bi-w t ily. that l*resident Pierce and his ministers ln chr t< tiiat view Ksporta are abroad, pointing to varu is extravagant propositi*, and among others to the '*?o m m mmtmai -ale to America of the Hussion poa mi that continent. All these report* point to one - on- lusion?(he neces-ities of our opponent, aud his anili ty to obtain some i iversinn?no nuitter how silgnt?fii.in the pressure will lb is uow throttling ttie whi l? -eaboaed of his vast empire, and the unacrupu lou-ne-- of toe mesiis to which ne is ready to resort for thai iiurpow. We will not belli vc that Ainorisa will de But trom her present neutrality to cause a diversion in tor of (he luiiperor of Russia. But if she does, the course of England la clear?eomi what may, ive must 1* I (? mi-mi... w hut **? do nut feet called, on to yield to jutlm [From the Liverpool Journal, Oct. 27.] lful there Is something wrong; and only the Foreign office* know anything about It. No one here could un derstand what *u meant when the (Irdnance office sent down to pmcnase an hotel at Sea'orth, the rumor being that .i vast tort was to be built there to command our estuary. At Portsmouth and Plymouth they were greatly pua/led when the ships, home from the Baltic, were ro euminisnloned, victualled and stored, mid sent off to the West Indies. Die ugly story that Mr. Urampton, English Minister at Washington, Was to be recalled, because of his asserted complicity in the bungling illegality of agents of our government recruiting lor the Foreign I egion, w as not credited, bote didiculty wiis believed in, and nobody could tell what Now the truth, or pert of the truth, comes out. The British government and the -tatos go Vwaamt have tsllan out on something, and bad blood exists. The Kogtiah aay that eouee ttlibnaterinc expedi tion* are being prepared at New Orleans an 1 e!-cwbere. for descents upon ( uba. Hnyti, .lamaicl, and goodness knows where liesides; that tlic federal government is not sufficiently powerful to repress these piracies; and accor dingly Kngli-h ships are despatched to defend Engli.b ter ritory. and the territory of the allies of England. All flii ibu-ter* caught, to go straight to the yard arm.' Lord PalwierstoD, at last. Is going to be vigorous with a ven geanee. A plea of this kind, which we fully disbelieve to be the authentic reason, is diplomatically acute?it disarms na tional pride; it b a decimation of suspicion, which is something different from a declaration of war. The Americans, government and people, have no exact right to take offence. The English government ouly does its ilnty in providing against pirates from the Gulf of Mexi co, t eating tliein on the same level as pirates in the Chi nese seas, of Algiers, or of Borneo. Still, diplomatically, the government will assume, in careful protocols, that the American government is as anxious as the English government can be to suppress outlaws of the kind; and that, on the whole, the American government will feel obliged to the English government for coming to the aid of the imperfect and insufficiently compact federal execu tive. All fair-seemiDg. And Lord Palinerston is not go ing to be guilty of tlie weakness of Lord Aberdeen. It has been said that if I/rrd Aberdeen had ordered the lleet to go trom Malta straight into the Dardanelles, when Mensrhihoff was on his eelebrated mission of bullying to the ^ulton. Ihere would never have been a Russian war. Air. I rainpten may have given intelligence of certain secret expeditions, difficult to be dealt with after tliey had once sailed; and, availing himself of former criti cism on dtlatoriuess, lend 1'almerston has now been bold, abrupt and peremptory. But, assuming the real cause of these sudden movements to bo as preteudod, an immense difference is to be noticed in the case. The ani mus of the American government is unequivocal?is in our favor, Is quiescent. As tar as English possession* are concerned, they are quite safe; or. If they were as saulted, tho federal government w ould indemnify them? the suppositien however, being for the p-e-ont perfectly absurd. As regards t uba, the Spaniards may be left to defend themselves; or if pirate- made a successful de scent, and helil thcii ground, it would b? time enough for us to act when the federal government refused to act or acted on the side of its own corsair subjects. Why should we take upou ourselves the lnaintcmitiee ?f Spsiu ?that Western Turkey 1 TlieOubin question is not now to be discussed; if it were it might be shown Ihnt Eng lish interests would be bosv^ou-ulted hy leaving Cuba to diift into Funkoe bauds, ifmktly because the extinct!tn of the slave trade, the accompaniment of American slavery, would save u? ?1 000.000 odd per annum lor the African squadron, which, so far, docs nothing but raise the price of slaves, mid so Intensity the temptations to the iiiullc We enniiot detect the English policy In this move. These lilibustering expeditions have been the talk of the West Indian islands for the last four years, and we did nothing; and even when the Cuban expedition did sail, and did land, we did nothing. IF.' (i/wir/i-m/ tha' th hi/i* that hart gone nffto the tl <-.?/ tndi- s hare /- ,i fawn d by n tree:r from Pai-it. Th* lsvuis Napoleon policy is? absolute n*pect for existiug treaties, West and Fast., and Lord Falmerston is appai vntly induced to say ditto to lam's Napoleon; inn!-1 talriny, itt rimiivfutnrfi n? si'/?/*<?, to th flare to th' people of th' f 'nU'lt Stii't. th(t' their Ti.ri'i toiinl hitii.ri) it bnitiuil. that they rlia'l neither spread Mufhtarde Ui M-xien, m.r northward* to Canada, nor to Cuba, il in- toJa/i'H. t'< n-i*1fat in an English Minister, who was alive when the last French war liegan. and who knows that within the half century we British hive just doubled om tiosse--lon- We < oul.it Louis Nepoleon'r power to distribute maukin I gt-ographieally: and, at any rate, it scents to us that Istrd I'almerston" is -omewbat too obse<|uiou- in undertaking to carry out the Napoleon policy with Briti-h shins, for, in a war with America, K- A-gl " France risks nothing I.i gland everything. Weare not supposing ;hat war ini]*'tt,l*?we ere but condtmniDg the provocation to war. We coaeider that tltyse proceeding* amount to a provocation, because American public opinion is in a critical coadi'ion ol con fusion?because the Bouth will teel insulted by thedi )day ol siisnisiou?becaii-e the logic if not the hemtof the North is with f!u.--iu in ivgai ; to the European war, and because lord Palinerston inn irate*, in what he is doing, a want of consideration for the peculiar difficulties of th'- federal government. We *rc quite sure that he would aet dillcrently. an-1 after -a much wiser fashion, if lie were not iuHucnoed by the French allianc"; ani we hope that Parliament will soon be re assembled, to prevent tl.e blundering going any farther. An Anglo-French all.mre is a splendid feet, when forim-l for the purpose of check lag the growth of Ku--i*. Hot if then terrihh till' rnntire* mod I* pot, > other > in the V' lit'Trc iiorti, unit no lieneh alliance, tfittx a war between Hmjland ani A Merita. The independence oi Tutkey U roarcely worth that. L'' ii? If ware ofM&rt diptomMty, I'St we ho old drift into this .tliirriran irar. [E'nrrespnntience of the london Tunes.] Half measures are uuprotitnble and .langeroua The British squadron ou'thc North Ameri an and West lie! a station is shout to hi reinforced, in oon*e'iuence of cer tain langusgr said to h?- held tortli hy tlie Vnited ."tates gnvrrntiient t-our own roncetniitg the i-lan of Cuba. A lew w ards on the subject tua;- u-it tlierefore 1V amiss. Looking down the vi-t? of th future, one perceives twi probable events which are likely to affect the peace of tiieat Btitair?the .etc ami tiwrv immisiiate, th? -ei. ? lire of Cuba by the United .-tate-. the otiier, thtdi appro pri ition of the Mosquito and other territories In t'entral America. The Utter appear- a w of sligh* moment hut ? ?*???>111 ...oi.ro,, . yenfl'roll on and the Western world .nrrea-e? in poriauoe, the p?. ton V. th> strip of land dividing Northern an Southern Anorira. and, eon-* uentlv of the -hip cannl tino\i?h tlie isthmu-. which w ill ascii redlv I.e mads s'.me day,J wil r ol a Villi", hot! n h military and ?-aminerrial isin1 vi<*. tha' is little thought of while we ..i?- -b? tbeif wfth , ui I'llinpp? an ITiilatitlirjpv, love ,1 ; > are. rommrrcl vl y eonsid". .lion, point- to ai. An . a.n v,., tl.. I gieatest cui-e that COu-'i !, i ill (, .sit Rritait: vet tniMJ and deep thinking qooph ;.?v. con-i lere ' it ., - . n itn likely event. I nob h' sr Hie ;.r? -ont wai k.-- 1 *? n I ig! t ?1m ot?a war that *a? not wisbe., p>r by either Fngiami orlln-sin. Step bv step did NiehdM advance (n hU ?n? bilious h'Iimv -f-ftr, lug.;-. nde~i-i m . n'ii to the rtgret ot tn?th natttois, * ?ng-foarv war t-r-ued wbei, as. had i, rent Britain firm! v t?V V-i it..a -iiiO? fh ?- l.ir. in ho .uith'-i sliall v Ru? .* Would lie * stopped short. letnsno' play tl. keg. ,,,* o.nti.t I tutted States, bu' let u- rbarU iid ? ra-ght '?vv..! Ily pro b'in ho* :?r we ir.-nrf log-- n e ot 11, i tho i,nnexatlon of ? ntsv to tb? i nitedst t ? i.n i .r,. I Iij cut- detvrminati ,n. M deciding the ("nba r-ti. n Lev ever ,t i i be we'I me t.. on - ite it - itnpt tanfs ? vv gv ? . ng - x- i...11? - IS : ...V ,t ? , .ogg - ... tot .. .,!.? lei \ tii itol secondary moniont. Tl:* m rt?W slauds thus:?The I n.Utlrti.H - p..s de-. - m* to p "f ' ul .f : 1- y tan .right ot ?!.??. V hat ? ?t will - i-i , iii . having 11 lit theii *a '? th? >'an> w u in . -t ih e t. ies in e..:iim-ie h value, oi-t ? b. I ih uuu'i tly Is lu-ii' Ear land, < t.iiulv tn re thin ,t now doe*, in the state?! moitl degiatation In which I' Spii .- 'hink- herself ?'i nng enrugh In in ' ' a (mo f aims, if re- ulred. iet her dr o'hsrwi-e'i met -nifibio course tot her to pjrsnr w uld l.? t.. ..pi , I !? 111. Er.ited si*t'-s. an ihi-she pr- haMv *!l . | ,i i iv led to b'.ievc that England aril Er. c. w'. _-|i j le" battle - !or lier With igard t? ovti pre-r-i.t allie. tl.f I . r i. t ,.y j lea- int- rested in maintsin.rig Irieudly ? < i , . n- u th- ] L'ni'e.l -tales than out-elv we shonll th efiire be j . solium thai ? p. per anxiety ? uphold our k qieh at. lianoe d. es not b ad us into a policy whlehf*. Iltavdrt- ' rii.icntal in otl.er rr-rp*-- 1-. \f 1 i AI I MKACERg-'. hAlt.lXrt <11 rHK IIKIII U Wf-T IS fil A I.hi - EOhl I j MENT -HIPS. Th, London , oMkctolxr J." Tlie r.,r,i. *?Mi <10 ''apt. tVello-lev. bfii hdt -pitMl.id Pu I'-rn oln tiie I *lUbr'Ae, bO. '.'apt. Seymour, Ea- leu i'.u, i , ,,, , fur lie, mi,It* ; the I'owi-fvil H|. ( ,r,|. 1|? q ... r"..,-' ft ' 1 1 ? . . ,m UioC -n Las left fpitbtsd or Kwitui's. 1 THE FINANCIAL CA1SI8 Df EUROPE. ?_ 9 Thf U*I4 u4 Food (location? AnUrlpathfl! Tr??Mr Bftwtn England and (lie Cnltcd !? 8tati >i Ita Pioliable amffcct on tkc Sapplf of? Grain, Ac., Ac. I [From the london Cnronicle (city arti:!e) <>et. 22] . 'I ho period in the prevent monetary pemftion of thO, country ha* now arrived when it behuovea the banker, the merchant, the manufacturer, ami the trader generally to' act with round caution, and prepare for what had long ' been threatening, and if now approaching a eonsamm..-' tion?a crisis in our monttary affairs. due public will I do well to be on their guar !. nor auffor themselves to he i 1 deceived by the belief entertained by some person* that 1 there is no cause for uneasiness. A merely saperH.dsl inquiry into the present monetary state of Rngland may well mislead the. trader, and induce him to Usihk , t that there is no need" of raution, and that no dan ger is to be feared; but let bim pursue his inquiry a little deeper, and he will find eauee for the- ? exercise of his most setlous attention and 'are. It bnx been our effort to gradually place before the monetary ? > and mercantile interests of the country the real state of things?to point out and warn them of the danger which < bas In i n gradually but surely surrounding us, and thus prepare tliem for the dials which is now close at hand. That our labors have not been unattended with success i we have gratifying evidence be'ore ua. We conceive that, 1 when foreseeing danger, and knowing matters with ' which the public are not generally acquainted, we timely ' raise a warning voice, and prepare them?however un- ' palatable it must bo?for what we know must follow, we ' render a more essential service to them than those who I endeavor to lull them into l&lse security by a plausible, ? ' but essentially false, deduction the outward signs of trade* 1 msy enable them to draw. The time, however has now ' ' arrived when it la absolutely necessary that the > whole trading interest of the country should, '. ' free from personal prejudice, look upon the real state of our monetary affairs, and be ready lor the * ciisis which is near at hand, whether it is for good or evH. It is better to he warned too often than not warned 1 at all?to be overcautious than not cm re tut enough, it we refer back to the events of the last few weeks to guide ' ns to a right understanding of our present true position, ' and the probabilities and certainties of the future, wo 1 shall tlnd more than enough to aid our investigation of ' this subject, which is really of paramount national im- ' ' portanec. If we take hut tlie mere raising of the rate of ' discount from to Sand 7 per cent, there is abundant evidence afforded of the serious pressure which we have endured, and it alone suffices to make all who would like ' to rido safely through the storm, paoae at this, the eleventh honr, mul consider if danger be not abroad. We cannot longer disguise the fact that there are breakers 1 ahead, and that it is absolutely necessary to * make due urepaiation. The facts we are about to disclose will alarm some persons and surprise. ' others; hut ?hey must bo told, not, however, for I the purpose of creating dismay and an exaggerated feeling of alarm, but that there be no longer cause left 1 for lalse security. The tttpjilies of prodw: in fan country ' are. unfortunately at such a linn? of monetary pressure, eery ' limited, whether o/ runt, .agar, coffee, tallow, or any other ' important item of general consumption, and thtrt. h alto a high range of prior*, with every prospect, if not certainty, of 1 their going Mill higher. The danger to be apprehended from ' this cause alone is great and sufficient to mako men can- ' tious. The country markets are cleared of grain every 1 market <lay, witiiout exception, and the farmers cannot * thresh their corn fast enough to supply the demand. Speculators are hoarding in the knowledge ol this and J other facts of do less important character. The harvest 1 in the north of Kurope is deficient?Russia -s baying in v our market and that of Amerisa, an ; Trance is doing ' the same, one their joint ope utions must rend prices of 1 grain up still higher. But worse than ail?one. we par ' ticularly call attention to the fact, as it is of aenous 1 consequence?the English orders for thf purchase of grain 1 in the United Mates, although allowing for a web margin 1 of graft to the Americans, hare not In-n ex> alt<t?and ' why ? because they perceive the dangers wtfc which we ' are either surrounded tr threatened, and are holding 1 back for still higher prices, or selling at a better profit to 1 Trance or to Russia through the ageny cf Prussia. .Another source of our supplies of grain has just been ' closed sgainst us. The l*aelia of K?ypl has prohibited 'J the export of grain from his puclit.lic. Ami muet not I be forgotten that, instead of importinr gra:n from Prui- 'I sia, we aie actually shipping corn to Danzig. Russia, of course, is no longer supplying us withgrair. but, on the contrary, is competing with u., in not only fo eign, but actually our own markets. It will not be unprofitable to remember also that there are political mutters of some importance for nnr consi deration at so critical a period. America, it i? too welf known, lias long cast a looping eye upon Ouba, and fresh preparations aril making for a lurcher attack upon it. there ha*, tor some weeks pa: t, been a rntcor that Jpain has or is about to join the Western alliance. We are informed that this is a iac*. If so, it is but natural to conclude that h'nirland must provide Spam with tlx*, means of giving us active assistance, either In the -.hap*:! of a subsidy ir a gum ant e< d loan for several millions." And, further it i* not at nil unnatural to suppose that. Spain will not fail at such a? iqgrsrl un> Moment to imp, antl perhaps vitl.i it a sine <pta non of her h'ip, they. Eiyi 1 Inmt pledge* to support and maintain her /oust' antl sovercigr.ty in Cuba. We have been given to1 understand, by persons well Informed, fhit such' literally is the case. It is, therefore, plain to1 perceive, under such circumstance*, there is the danger of our coming into colli-lou with American inte 1 rests, notwithstanding ttuil the governments cf the two1 countries are happily on so good un understijuling gene rally. The fact of our West India fieet being strengthen ?' id at such a period as 'his wuutd. howerer, indicate that' our government see* the danger we here refer to, and prepares accordingly. Ag? iu, it mu-t betoid that the drain upon this country for gold continues, nod is likely to do so for some time toj come. Ruaaia, a-well as fiance, is drawing the precious1! metals from ua, and we know not when or where the drain will cease. It Is folly in the extreme to reason that his n.ust stem because the exchanges are adv-reo to the i juration. We have .oi w.eks past seen that the ex changes have nothing whatever to do with those export* of specie, and that, let tlie loss be what it may, they have been made, and can still be continued, until the shipment be prohibited!. i.'old is bnt an other article of merchandise, and caa therefore hei bought like anything else. We have received] strong assurances that let it cost what '.t may gold wil > lie drawn lroui this country t-> both Russia and to France The gold and silver that is always at th:s period of tie year taken from the Rank of l.uglund by the countrrj bunks fi r the provincial Unnand on account of affrienf toral labor, he., tortus but a mail part of the alinos.il daily witbdiawul- from the Hank of Kng.tnn. Another serious feature in the phas's of our present monetary affairs is the extremely unsatisfactory character of tlisj last Bank of idiglanu return*. Not* tiisuuuling th*1 heavy amount of go .etnment ?t.>ck either sold or lent fori bank notes, the amount h< id in reserve ltat week wis onl.*' Cd.ftOO.t oo. whidi lu< Imun turtber reduced thi* week And again, nntv.iibstaa .ng'..hat the payumn'.of thedivi den. Is has put -o large an aim unt of capital in'-e fhe hand of the public, we see bow comparatively small i portiiu lias been 'a.-ried to the private deposit. I money out of door- become' hoarded, as the Ermomid ol to-day states n- a fact, hu i tlie demand ex teed the cur rent supply, 11 must be e-.dt by drawing upon the privab ihqiosit-; to inert which ana the government demand the l?auk pewe-ve- in n-?'<.s and gold only live mill ions sterling. We have greet cetifjdence in the exercise of the controlling power of the bunk directors, and in their judgment, but wl.*-ii it u f'-uiel that they iuve not yer | been able lo stop the dra.n iqv.n the establishment, not j withstanding an auvuncn of no less than per cent in tlie value of money w thin i few weeks, there is rea-on to Tear that tin r mat sfiU unable to arrest tb* move i ment. We have further to -tate, as a signiliesnt sign of the times that the large wholesale louses o lamdon. which -end their travellers out on Tri day iato the manulsctarhig dlstricta, to purchase it those tiuu Uets -n 'he rvituiday. have this week givei orders that they are to buy no'hing. bnt sei.' all tliei ran. In ronclu*i*u we wouht earnestly imprese upot I the attentive consideration of traders a reritw of th , ev< nt? of the la-t lev wes-Vs, their cauae aad meaning and to legiinl w ith care the facts now brought befor them. Ihe liade *?f the country we all snow is sound and cowimeicial rre-lit is sound. This Is ndispntable but it must not be . irgo't/-:, that there is, n< twithstand ing, an inerea-inf desnand inr msney, high and advane ing rates of intr rv*t short -uppiles of produce, with hig prices which aie -tiU t--nc..uc u- wnrd; a drain upon th euuntiy for gi iu to supply uui ?*u -rid fo-eign want* stcsll reserve of U'tea in thi Banl of Tngtaad. an many other facts, which ?il bespeak the nere-wity foi ? treno- raution. MOTrMEKT* Of TUT. I.OVDOb MERCDANTff. irifu the Isin. -m Oironlele 'let. JJ.) In Is.n.u it a movement lia- been coieinenoed bv t'i Un?itnw ef >? ?Miae, eNdtkailMMlttlMlM it g notice to the 'is.t.ng interest of the country ? to ihi imssjM, ? ix. i si r rwts. ami wan w axis oi i snxzi kiwi-now. The pte.rnt crl'ieal s'ate of the ni neyed world .sgnitt rou-ed tb- jt'ention of the pnblk to the mooet system i.pn wlmh log as-' lias ba-ed her dnau epeilI 'D* Tie opinions whirl, have been farm"! b Soli < of 11 i ? I-.- x! ? *|.. ? i u 111 ? ii!ije. t -iirh as Vu.l !? tot.. Tooke IHI! sua others, of the impracticability insintaibing :be rfaci' !?- of hi- aef in times of nation difficulty, are in -?;ad * -., ??? of fulflltaent and t1 stun is ks me" s- st -be conftirt of a htrmiia war, meiea ed tat. s. ai.d high prims, to sec vast and Uhmlfa ? -o. r. < - r<-l;iee<i to the r n rowi st )im:t. by xti i"'. -tat reatnrtl'W of Its kg tender This icstri*tloe has now beemne se a geni aa to sj-iit* t '.a- tvl urtuene* -ver th tire |ia?leai e " r. t ? <t the kingdom an*i ii n ? ?moved as-! in -s * ?ittes ....psa'i'oa of la' did. n/s of th' '.off''st. T-r onyecl of tins 4-so-ta t i.-n to unite the lari i.-mf- >"'? ' rvgage 1 In l.;oklag t and c itunerrr rrrew five ef party me' ug 'hat e ject ot ?urh vftal imp- *ar,c * .y be iher -nfls in' gaied ant tef ie> te* te .re ????'. a?nt in tl.< c> -ekslon. A conimlt've will he 'ic.-Ju. lamdon f.*i Jujtp -?? Ot aciing ft, rt Wi'i i-em eoenoiitteei the ( i -.m ? ? ./1 n.- . sfii ug nt the I a.ted kin i .'eu t> : t' e p a ? ri .(ting nil ae sere ! hi,.:;Tie^.!.Y\ r .. "L? I ,.!;;vv;i; a | ma i, car.me ,.t \ r.- .toe-a IE f t II Jff Nfi ft d, the pi 2. list the lAkb i. chwt'er aet in l*if onti mplated that-11-' -ver; X That expovfan e lis ii-teilhat tin pi liat charter bnilll t the I ? I w'co by 1 i that ta the omaaNt of bwlllsih bidd by Ik let