Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 13, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 13, 1855 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 7016. MORNING EDITION-TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1855. PRICE TWO CENTS. OFFICIAL CORRUPTION. ttowt Romantic BarraUvt-The People ?maliiit Systsis-y H. Stuart, City Jivl^e. COCKT OF OVKR AND TERM IN Ell. Before Judge Roosevelt. Hon oat, Nov. 12.?The ease of the people agu i n it Sydney H. Stuart. City Jucge, h ,vtog been fixed for trial to-day, the courtroom ???* tllle.' with anxious and in terested epcctatora. The proacr ition wag confided to Vlr. f ranch) B. Cutting?Mr. Hall, tiie Idstrtct A'torney. not wishing to conduct It. a, i'. w.i. p. .babln lie should have to appear ax a witness against the u. cu*i-u. Mr. uart wan defended by Me-vars. Jauiei T. Brady, .lames R, Whiting ami h. W. Stough'ou. lie jit bt-hiud his counsel during the progress of the ease The indictment ugainst tl -tui.r' charges, In sub etauco, that the occur ed,in IVbrtiu y ,18in consideration of a hi ibe of $CG0, interfered wi.ii the administration o .justice in the case ot an inula truant s g vla*t, one W'm. Cos - grove, and prevailed upon the TH^tric A'torney, hy the representations which he ma le o him in the matter, to enter a ntflr prosequi. The Clerk proceeded t<> call the petty jury panel. The first name e,*l!wl wio that of Robert lleatty, examined by Mr. Cutting?Was recently candidate for the office of County Cl?rk; h is formed no idea of the guilt or Innocence o; Mr. Stuart; hi. name Is Robert lleatty, Jr., and his father's Robert Beatty; the summons was served at witness' pi ice of business, not at bis father's. Mr. Cutting submitted to the Court whether this was the juror returner! by the Comiuis doner. To Mr. Brady?His lather's occuptti ,n au i his own is that of bookbinder; his own plan of business is in Npruce street, and his father's tu Cliff. To the Court?My father's age is uear seventy; his re sidence and place of business uie different from mine. Mr. Cutting referred to the City Directory, where lie found both names given as Robert Beatty. lie thought It quite important, how-over, that iu this case there sbould beuo room lor unnece-ssry criticisms as to thtMe who should compose the jury ; anl as tal.s per. son had run for public office as Robert iiestty, Jr., an I received \otes under that designation, he thought the presumption was that the summons was intended lor this man's father. Judge Roosevelt thought the presumption r?ther was that, as Mr. Boatty's 'ather was disqualified hy age from serving on the jury, and as the summons was directed to this gentleman at hispla e ot O i-tness, that tie was the person intended by the Commissioner 01 Jurors. Mr. Beatty was thereupon sworn a* a juror. Joliu B. Wulcrau not objected to, and sworn as a Juror. Wm. y. Van Wagenen, challenged for principal cause and favor. Messrs. Beatty and tV.ueran were sworn as ti iers. Mr. Van W. had read somewhat of this case: conM not Hay he had not formed an opinion about th? guilt or in noeeuceot Mr. Stuart, but lia t expressed none. To Mr. Cutting?lias uo settled opinion in regard to this matter; Iosn than usual in uch cases; none that ^ would prevent him giving an impartial veriliet. Challenge for principal eause overruled, and exception I taken; examined on the ..hul enge for favor. H is ?never served on a tirand Jury hues n ,t tbink Ihit the fact of a bill of in-inmerit hiving been found by a tirand Jury would weigh an (ten in tne evidence at all, thinks there was some impression tunned on ni- mind at the time he read the account of the case, nut never felt more free in his nle to try any. m-e as he did to t.y this although he should like very" much to got off the jury; iloea not know the accused persoua'iy. Challenged peremptorily. Charles R. Wright, examined on the challenge f.,r prin cipal cause?Has read and heard uuout this case; has fotmed and expressed impressions about the gudl ot in Do 'ence of the deceased, but they were mere crude im pieaeiona. To Mr. Cutting?Have no kcowljoge ot the facts in the case: has fonued nosettbd opinio,. as to the gain or in nuaence of the accused; thinks In- could llod a verdict in the ease uu the evidence alone uumawd ov a iy former opinion. To Mr. Brady?Distinguishes oe'we. n Impressions and ?opinions; has had an iojpre.ston. nottting nis occurred to temove it; it temaius about th ? ,ame. Mr. Cutting?Is any impiu?iou or opinion that yu t may have formed or expressed such as to disable you from list*ning to the eiidouce sni tusk ig up your mind as f t the guilt or Innocence of the uecu-ed upon the eCdenc ? abme I1 Objected to, find question argued Judge hoosevelt did not understand the rule on chal lenges for principal cause to extend further than to the fact of a juror having funned or *-xpre-*e : an opinion. The mere reception of an impression frou re. lmg a newspaper is no disqualirica'ioti to a juror; IT it did. ii Would be impossible, io an intelligent community like thie, evet to gel a juiy. Question allowed, and exception taken. A. I could find a verdict altogether upon the evidence that may be given. Challenge for piinciput cause overruled: ex;cptiou taken, and witness examined on the challenge fir favor. Has served on the tima i Jury; knows the rule which governs that body; the tact ot an iteiictuieut being fouud against a man does not hi a corta nty leave tne impres ition on his mind that it wa a ease in which a pe''y jury Would? without evidence to overthrow the prima tacit case?convict; knows the accused lor, hut has no personal acquaintance with him Challenge withdrawn, and Mr. Wright sworn as a juror. Kdwaid J. Godfrey r xaudued on the challenge for prln. cipal cause?Have read of this ease have not deci t-dly formed any opinion nbout it; have spoken of it several times iu company, but do nut ku >w 'hat I have any im. Dtewlun about it now; 1 seemed to acquiesce at tne time In the opinion expiessed by our little company I have not pant any attention to it for the ast three or four weeks: If mere is any impression at all on my mind that I* the one that htatodH upperMoxt; do not know Stuart at ?u. To Mr. Cutting?Hare read nothing about the facts in the case, or the evldeuce given; have forme I no settled opinion as to the guilt or tnmvcenc- of the accuse!; 1 presume I oould find a verdict Uvorably on the eridence alone. To Mr. Whitney?I merely acquiesced truths opinion of the party with which I wus conversing respecting the ?case; I remember what that opinion ?a-; it stands n ?* nppero oet In my mind, and it would probably require Hiome explanation to remove it. Challenge for principal cause overruled, and exception taken; challenged for favor, and the principle, ul las hearing on the point argued at length ty Me*srs. Cutting and Brady. Judge 'Roosevelt left the matter in the hands of the triers; they had the evidence tie'ore them, if tney thought that he had impressions on the subject of the guilt or innocence of the accused which would affect hi- Ver slid, they would Had the challenge true: otherwise they would find it not true. The triers dbagreed. one of them finding the challenge true and the other not true. This amounts to the ctial tenge not being sustained, and the juror was cualletured peremptorily. George V Peterson challenged for principal cause had not formed er expressed an opinion in respect to this case Challenge overruled, and Mr. Peterson sworn as a Juror. James Boyd challenge,1 for principal cause?Had read about this case, hut had not formed or expre-sed an opin ion about it. had not heard anv pei- n s,y anything a* 'n wkat they thought about It has no person *1 knowledge cl Judge Rtuart knows nothing about the case, and b is lio Impression about it either way. tonly OTlrrul*'1' ?t"1 juror challenged pererap Klljah H. Rlker challenged for principal cause ha- ex Muaj'd4a ' P""un "* to the ?u,lt or i"noc?nee of Mr. To Mr. fitting?Has rea l sUte-uents in the pers regarding the aacusation against Mr Stuart does not recollect reading anything she ha. heard it talked ?over: forme! his opinion from what he had rea l an I heard, cannot say that he eve- heard anyhing about the facts; the statements which he had heard might In Jlnenee his mind; thinks however he could render an im partial verdict. Judge Roosevelt thought it better to let this juror aland aside, but did not mean to make .his a precedent s o the contrary. If he found it impossible to getajurr' be would Dot consider that the tan of a man's having an impression which would not inlluence hi* verdict is snltl cient to disqualify him. Hward Green, challenged for principal cause.?Resides in highly sixth street; does not know that he hv* formed nny opinion ?v to the guilt or Innocence .if Judge -duart; he had rend the itatemeot, and was surprise*! at It from his knowledge of the Judge has known him for years hut not intimately. ' Challenge overruled, nnd Mr. Green sworn as a jurir. George Kingman, challenge*! r?r principal cause.?Re Hides In Montgomery street; has not real an account o the complaint against Judge -tuart, heard nothing parti ?uUr about it, might have made or heard statement! but nothing to leave an impression particularly, has nubias ? on his mind one way or other does not know Mr Stuart Challenge overruled, and juror challenged peremptorily Edward I). Jones, called and sworn touching his com ^ etency. Mr. Jones naked to be extused from serving and vtated it would be very Inconvenient to hl*n to re nam here more than a day or two as he kept the bo,.In of a large eetablislin.ent. an 1 he had but just returned f.ont Wilmington, Dei,, where he had been ae a witness, anfi his tesAs were In greet confusion. Mr. Cutting would liae much to ex;>uie the gentleman ; hut evary other gentlewvan oti th" Jury list would h?- ?> Justly entitled to like favor, Mr. Joaes, examined on th? challenge for principal <rauss?Had read somewhat ?f this case, d'?e* not bel ,n< to the refiirm committee ,-f this ctty an ! does not mingle in polities at ell. ha formed no opinion as to the gum *rr Innocence r.f Mr Stuart do**# not kn?w htm. Challsuge ovet ruled, and Mr. Jones challenge I per em; torilv. AtWrt I. Concklin rhaileng-d fur principal cause?Re. aide* In fireenaich *treet i? a carpenter and builder has no particular acquaintance with this ca-e of j?kg. Jtn ?ft. read an accouut o'It. but di t not pay much -*.--i tioiitnit; lift* no opinion one wij or other; (lore not know Judge stiuit. t hiil,ci k?* overruled, and Mr. Concklin challenged pe tempt- rily. Mr. Cutting insisted that toe defeace hating already made Ilic | ci eiupk ry cha'leuges, tuey had exhausted thi ,i right o( peremptory chullcuge. >ie was aw ire that in January, 1147, it hail bo-u do sided hjr the r>up>eiiw Court that iu uny <sa*o waoie iho punishment tnignt ex tend to ten years'impii-oiuiieiil, tb? defendant was en title to twenty peremptory challenge*. llut in the saute li onth tin l-egh-laluie, lining applied to, stepped in and coriceti d this misconstruction of the revised statutes, ami in the act of 1M7 declared tliat If the charge agnust the i li oner was such that in e?-e ol conviction he would he liable to impnsuumeot iu the Stale prison for teu \eais or over , lie -hould he restricted o tive pen luntory challenges. The case he refer led to as having lie u de tided to the Supreme Court, was that of Duun against tins lenple f t Dtnio). He reac the statute of 1817 hearing on thesuhjirt, and suliniitleil that in tins case the del-001 was 1 nly eu'ltleii to bvu peieniptory challeng"n Mr lhady submitted that thut was an act to incrca-e, not to diminish the number of peieuipt <ry challenges Judge lioosevelt seemed to coincide s i h Mr. lira ly in that vh w, and asked Mr. Cutting li >w lie e mlJ get nv-r the third section ol the act which provided tliat nothing therein s.iould lie deemed to interfere with the rights 01 pciemptory challenge Iberetofore existing. Tie point was argued at some leng'h, and the court decided that the deleudant was entitled to twenty per emptory challenges. Charles Horry, chnlleged tor principal muse?1* a pro vision dealer, knows Juoge Stuart, tor two or three years; does not think be read uu account of this transaction 111 the newspticars; never hear t it dissosseil, and his 110 opinion about it one way or other. Challenge overruled, and Mr. lletry challenged peremp torily. George Hurling, ehall"nged for principal cause?lie- I hIiIohin Third street; lead an account ol the transiclioti in the newspapers, but formed no opinion nt the Unto; I supposed the charge to he true, uud 1.1 rtiil of that tie Its-' . formed uu opinion ami hud no impression as to the guilt 01 Innocence of Judge Ktu irt; it would require some evidence to remove his belief as to the truth of t ie eharge; lead of it only once; lias not been present wh n the sunjcct was discussed. To Mr. Cutting?Itead merely in the paper that the charge was made sgninst Judge Stuart; does not recol lect leading any statement of facts, nor does tie know what they are; has formed no opinion as to the guilt or innocence of tne accused, and can llnd u verdict just ui the evidence may lie. To Mr. Whiting?[>oe.s not recollect reading the card of the Metric' Attorney. To the Court? I believed the truth of the statement thut Judge Stuart was charged. To Mi Whiting?rhe statement that I read made no impression whatever on my mind as to the guilt or inuo Ci tire of llie accused. Challenge withdrawn, nnd Mr. Burling sworn as a juior. Edward TV. Bailer, challenged for principil cause.? Ite-iges In Grand street has not formed or expressed any opinion in regard to the guilt or innomn ;0 of the acius ?ol; read of tlie indictmnu' in the paper; dii not read the card ot the Htstrint Attorney; his no opinion about it one Wav or other; has never lVc n where the subject was discussed. Challenge overruled, and Mr. Bailer challenged pe retnptorily. John I'avenport, challenged for principal cause.? Thinks lie read an account ol the transaction in tha newspapers. fanned no opinion as to the guilt or Inno oof 'he Judge; has no opinion or Impression one way or other. Coulleuge overruled, ami Mr. Havpnport challenged pi-remidoiily. Garret W. Bycktuan. Jr., challenged for principal cause ?Besides in West Washington pla e; read nothing further than that Judge Muait was indicted; toruicd no opinion as to his guilt or innocence; has not been present where ilic subject was discussed. Challenge overruled, and Mr. Byckman aw urn as a Juror. John I idirnn challenged lor piineipal cause; does nor know Judge yiuart; has read part of the account, but did not jsiy much attuutiou to it; never heard the subj"ct uiacussed and uevor tormed an opinion about it one way r other. Challenge overruled sud Mr. hrilinun challenged per emptorily. William Hubbard challenged fir piiucipal cause; read _ s'ateinent oi the case in the newspapers; should say thut it had made uo impression ou him. slid that he had o opinion a.- to the guilt or innocence of Judge Stuart. Challenge overruled and Mr. llubbai d challenged per* era plot ily. l.un-an It. Wing, challenged for principal cause?Busbies in Monroe street: ins not tormed or expressed any opin i< n a- !i the guilt or li nocence of thn accused; has 11 , read aoy accounts of the 'ransnetion. Challenge overruled and Mr. Wing challenged perempto rily George G. Taylor challenged for principal cause. Has not I, 1 men 01 expressed any opinion iu this case. Challenge wilhd'nwu. and Mr. i'ayl >r sworn a* a juror. John s. Books nod challenged lor principal cause ?Bead an account of the Indictment being fiuiid against Judge Stuart; does not recollect leading the card of the iiistriet Attorney In this ca-e; lorined an opinion i?j to 'lie guilt or innocence of the accused, which perhaps mig it taks some evidence to remove tliat opinion still re.ntms. To Mr. Cutting?Head nothing ami know nothing of the facts in the case; has not made up an opinion 011 the fact, does not know but tlint he could give t lair and Impartial verdict on the evidence in the case. To Mr. W hitting?The per-on* whom he heard discuss ing the question nbont Mr. .Stuart receiving a tirlbe did not express an opinion ss to hi? guil' or iun icenee. To Mr. Cutting?The fact of an indictment having been found leaves a prejudice on my mind, there is nothing ei-c to prejudice my mind; would Hula verdict aclording to the evidence. To the Court?Has no settled or distinct opinion as to the guilt or innocence of the accused, any further than tliat an indi tment was found against him. Oiullenge overruled, and ju.-or cha longed for favor. Counci l argued the matter tiefore the triers, and the tilers found the challenge true. Wm it. Robin-on challenged f >r principal cause? ..ever read or heard any account of this transaction, kDows the Judge hi sight but is not personally ac quint id witli him. Cb. Ilenge overrultd. ami Mr. Kobin-on challenged pe retnptoiily Wui. B. lingers challenged for principal cause?Bead an ac.'ount of this transection; cannot say that In form# 1 any opinion or entertained any impression as to the guilt or innocence of the accuses!; cannot say that he ever hs-ard the subject discussed. Challenge overruled and Mr. Rogers challenged per emptnrily. ? Mathew W. King, challenged for principal csnse?Never heard or read ot xlncR-e tiefore. does not kuow Judge Muart at all; ha< no opinion about it; night have the iinpie-Miin that a Grsud Jury would not timl a bill of In uictment against him without cause. Challenge overruled and Mr. King challenged peremp torily. I -asp Koeh. challenged tor principal cause?lis I hesrif the case talked ulsiut a good deal; di I no t hear people express opinions alrout it; did not expn-ss any hlm-elf, docs not think about the matter wlietber Judge Stuart is guil'y <-r Lot h>-atd pe-qil- -,-s>ak rath-, agmi-i him I.. lleved part of what th> y said, hai so much doubt about l.iin that In- thoiigiit there would not b<- an indic'.uieiit against the gentleman unleoa there was something against htm. Juror allowed to stand aside. William Gl ,ver. challenge 1 for principal cause?Hid seen In the papers that an Indictment ba 1 ben found against Judge .'-Giart. did not see the card of the Biatrlct Attorney must have hoard the matter talked about mora or less has not formed auy opinion abiut it, nor has any Irnpres ion. Challenge overruled and the Juror challenged for favor ? Has not served on a Grand Jury; has a lie lef that If a Grand Jury tlnds a hill of indictment they must have had evidence enough Iwfore them. Mr. Brady -ailed upon the C.iurt to instruct the triera that Mich a la-IP f on the rnirul of a petit juror di-qualiQ--? him from serving. To Mr. Catling?'The verdl-t which I would render .roiild not 1* influenced bv the f?et of the indictment living found, but I would render it aolely on the evidence nd law. Counsel eigne- the [sdnt before the Court and triers Judge Kiareevelt declined to charge ?|?ciM>-aUy the (sunt asked by Mr. Brady, and exception was taken. Th? triers found the rliallenge no true, and the juror was challenged peremptorily. Judge Kooseveit notiHeil counsel that he would require them to present in the morning this clasa of tjeir excep tions arid the evidence Mr. Hradv -fated It would be impossible for counsel to eornplt with this order: and it was agreed tliat they ahould do Bo in proper time. Jacob I. Srlxas challenged for principal cium? Head the atatement of the indictment of Justice ftuart. form ed no opinion abrnt It: recollect no partieula- -n-Uu-e of having heard any convcraa'ion on the aubject the fact of a Grand Juty having found an Indictment w<iald not have the slightest influence upon tils mind. Challenge withdrawn and Mr. seixas (worn as a Juror. l%riiel ' ashman, challenged for p ncipal cause?Has formed or expressed no opinion abut the case, is not acquainted with Judge Htuart ( liallt nge overruled, and Mr. Cashmen sworn as a juror. Alamo T Brigg' also -worn as a uror. Joseph I ogan? Had heard or real nothing of this mat ter. and had no opinion one way or other. Challenge nveruled, and Mr. f"gan challenged pereinn torilv. Job IsiDg hai not read or heard of this matter, and had formsd no opinion ghout it. Challenged jieremptorlly. John Krltr had not heard ahont the case; he did oot bother himself atsiut such things, did not know what Judge ,utnart Is charged with ha t no opinion about the case in any way Challenger' peremptorilv. James K. Iloyt an?W*'?d, and was excueed from serv ing on account "f the illness ot his daughter. Joseph T Heddon had fumed and expressed an opinion as to the guilt or ;nnoeeace of Judge -tnart. To Mr Cutting?He knew nothing about the facts; had only seen in the papers that Jiff fltnart liad been in dined; ,b?s not know that he has lorined any settled opinion further than that the Gran ! Jury would not And an Indictment unb-as there was reason for It, he might hut could net say positively that be would renter an im ps rtial verdict w |ely on the evidence be would rather lie e reused Juror allowed pi stand eaide. Ci r ii-n 1% Hornham h.xd rew-l of 'he s'atetnent of the tndicti ,ent had f irmed no opinion and had no Impr <w ikin f 'he gnllt or innocence of Mr -tuac 'he fact of mi in- lctm--ut f >uud leaver n> imprenion ou hi* mind. Challenged peremptorily. Henry Hurr wax nut at all biased no the subject; ho bad lormed nn particular opinion tlmt could not bo re mined: the imprfh<ioo on his mind W.I very slight. To Mr Cutting?Had seen no rtaiement of the tact* going to make up tee ntfeoer; ail be had seen was the state ?ni'iit of Judge fituad't having b?en indicted, and hia card: bia mind was free to acquit or convict him exclu sive)' on tlie ev.iiene* thai might be brought before liitn. the triers held the chul'cngc to bo true, liuibn lfeinall bad not heard or read of thin cane till two wii'kh ago lie iiad loa d it twice -pk-n of aince but 1' rmeri no opinion either wav. t lialleuge overruled, am Mr. riermll anorn as a juror. Tlila eouipletod the jury, which stands a* followa:? I. Kotreit lb-a ly. fourth ward, binder. 'I. John U WettercKU, Tenth ward, grocer, II. 1 tar lea 8 U right, Ninth ward, grocer. 4. tieorge F. I etemou. Seventh ward, carpet dealer, tj. inward Uieen. Nineteenth ward, liunoer dealer, b. t.eorg" Hill org l-evintli ward, fruiterer. 7 burnt W. Kyi-,.man, jr., Ninth ward, hop* dealer. 8 lit urge U. iaylor. Tenth ward. Src'y lnauraceCo. !?. Jacob I.. Seixec, eighteenth ward, merohaut. Id. i-auhl tWIiman, lint ward, importer. 11. Alanson i. itngr"-, beventh ward, cuo|H<r, 1> Hurlen lleriali. Thirteenth ward, wheelwright. Mr. Cutting then pioceeded to open the caau to the jury Aftei a leiuaik a* lo the importance ot the duty rieiolviiig upon them aa pair iota and men niiiiuus ot pro hervlu g public irorality he continued:?It is the lirat time in Uie history of this Mate that a of ficer elands indicted before the people for an alleged uiis ilt tn* auor of the highest character. The accnseil In this rare is charged Willi corruption in olllce?with having received a htibe to iotiuence and oHiold c in duct. And 1 need not say to you, gentlemen, that if prac tices i f lids kind have had th-lr place in this city or else where, an t unless auch p'arlicrs be wuppres-ed speedily alio promptly, the axe will have been applied to the root of our institutions. We have no standing armies to pro tect IIs. We have no powei but that ?? public opinion. We have no safeguards hut those which the judicial ostab. llstiTnent iiIf ni ua. And once bring tba' to the p ilnt Where it is bought an i sold as you buy and sell beet in th? market, and you can reality perceive that there will he created at d brougb' about a system of things which will ii nke tin rights of persons and of property be unsafe in the country. In 'Mober, 1855. the llrnrid Jury presented against Mr 8tuart an iicruaatiiiti. that on the \7tb of February last be h-ing tbeu the C'ty Judge and one of the Justices of the ileurt of (leneral Sessions of ihe peace i f this city and county, corruptly accepted from a Mrs. Conm lly the snm of $.100 at an inducement foe him? Stuart?to exert bis official influence to relieve her hus band from an indictment which was then p-udlng igiiu-t him for having commlt'ed burglary In the 11 rst degree ; that he corruptly remlvel this *.'>00 and that acceding to the nndeistanding hsd between liim-ell and Mrs. Connolly he did procure this indictmen' to bo nttllr rim iMjuiiil oi turned out of court, and Connolly to be ills charged from the ar mention then existing ng.iln?t him. The tarts gentlemen, which 1 expect to prove in refer ence to this transaction are thee:?la April, 18.'ii, a person named IV in. Crag rove was arrested and ?ah*e i|tiently indicted on a charge of !? avtng burglariously en tered one of ihe rooms of n principal b 'lei in thus city? ? lie New Vorli Hotel. When he was arrested he was brought up for examination, and w.t? examined b fore Judge Muart on the charge. Mr. lames M. 8mlth. now the Recorder ot the city of New York, was retained and einployeu by Coggrove to endeavor to have him dit rhsigtd cither without bail, or upon as small an amount of h.iii ua he eauld procure the Judge to consent to. The witnesses were exerrdned, and the whole charge placed hep re Judge htuurt, and he coniidered it to he a case of auch gravity that in 'he Hist instance he hesitated abou' admitting to bail at all. but he finally inlimat-d that he would receive bail to the am'unt of *6,000. After con ?iderable argument and dlsottasion on the part of M Smith. lh" counsel of Coag i ove the ha:l was reduced ti J.'I fOo by Judge-stuart. and bcordered hlrn to hi com mitte.1 upon the < barge unles Imil to thus amount was given tm the Wri of April, 1858, Mr. Jn >. II Krink, oI ti ls city became bail for C -grove. The r Imnee whs taken by or before Judg" Stunt, and therefore Cor grove w?> discharged from cus tody <?n the lii'h of May aitew-rir4" (IMS '), th- ca*e being eslfed ou tor trial. (.' .sgrovs did not mike hi* irance and the e< n'cquence ?|. thai the rscogntzan-.e wis f?, forfeited, and proceedInga taken to enter np judgrulnt agatnst Frink. who balfrieoome his ball It seemi that Cosgrove abortly after he eMail ed bat! on til charge left the i-tty of sew York, an I rnucea'") himself. Mr. Frink took rn :iau res for the purpose of effecting his ar rest, In order that some relief might bo obtained by him fn tn the judgrci nl winch had been entered against him. All etforta however, Ui arrest Cosgrove proved aborure. In the summer of 1M1 Judge H'uart who ha 1 In en alio lice ju-tire, c nci iiest the hope of obtaining a nomination (rom m tne one of the | olltieal putties in this c ty 11 the oflice of City Judge, who h would become vacant on th la?t day of that year, win n the teru of fudge B-oImv tin then Incunils-nt of ihe office. would expire. Judge Stuart during the summer of 1854. w i? mating off irt to pro cure l<!? noiuination, lie succeeded. was the candidate ot one n( lh>- parties In the iity. and was elec'eif In No veniher. 18M. He took riffle was worn in, and took till place on the ls-rieh on the 1st of January, 1855. Ity vir tue nl the statutes which cxiit the City Judge is one >' the Justices as I remarked la-fore, of the Court of (iene ral be?-ioiis of the I'eaoe and he and the Recorder usti ally alter nate in holding the Court, that is?o-r hildt i for one month, and the other for another mon'b fh January term ot 1855 was to have be-n I el 1. and wa held by the He- order. The February term of 1 865 was t i liavo been held aud was he'd by Judg- stuart. An I. then, gentlemen, whit - Judge Stuart wit a tuallv hold ing t'e Court during !.Is term in the month of Febru ary ti?>k place the following very remarkable proceedings the Wliole mystery of whi^i will be furtiier explained alter I have gone over. In order of time, the acts of Stuart; iin the ll th nl February, 18.55, Judg ? Stuart hav"ig been, during that day, engaged in It. Iding court, cairn- to Wnxl-tlie close id the day, into the office of tl?? IM-irict Attorney, Mr. Hall who was then busily engaged in hit private oflb e. Judge St uirt, as one of th" lodges of Ihe Court, was of course, intimate with the District Attor ney. and had the tigl t of entrance at ail times Into his office. He came in and *at down. He aw that Mr Ii >11 was excctdingly Imsy. treing engaged in the preparation of some arguments in which he was to tike part, ant which wa- shortly to cotne on. Notertheirsi, some casual converse'Ion occurred Is-tween them relative to tlie courts and to the case of Mr. I'evereliy, wh i had iieen tlieu recently indicted on a charge . far.on in Iiaving -?t tire to his store. This was the ease which Mr. Hall had then before him, arid In the preparation ot which lie w.i< i ngriged. Afu-r some little mnreraa'ton, Stuart stated to Mr Hall that he wisiieit to procure the entering of a ti'llr prompt i on an old indictment against a man who wished to lead an h oiest Ill's, and to get rtd of the charge 'lien ling over liiin ao ' he ar'i.ed ihat the witnesses against boo went alt g inc. Mr. Hall a.-ked him. 'n rub-tarice whether it Was a proper i i-f for a dls> harge to the indictment, and Mr. Muait answered that there was nothing in the Indict ment, nothing in the ca?e at all. Mr Hsll told him that he was very busy at that moment, and could not then go into Court- l-ernure, gentlemen In order to obtain a nttllr jtmirt/ui, it Is necessary lot the i 1st net Attorney to go into Court arid move the Judge for liberty to enter a ntillr prtnrtfui on an Indictment. When the Judge | assured him thst there was nothing In the in .tctm -nt, ' Mr. Hall said, '< I am Very busy now mil -aunot go lot' , the Court rissni; but f will attend to it " Stuart haw- I ever, lo Ire very urgent thai the thing sbould is- I done without delay, and said to Mr. Hall that he Cid no wish to trouble lilm so much as to go into Court, hut I tliat ft would be eoough If he would write . note to j ?' John "?meaning John Sparks, the Deputy Cle-k- .ni that be f the Judge j would treat and consider it pier,-ely *s if It wei? a motion made la-fore him before the Distn t Attorney in open Court; tlia* if, Instead of going ,nto Court and making the motion, be would wri's. a note to the Deputy Clerk, asking him to enter a noJ5 pro-.-</ui, be (tin Judge) would consider the writing of that note and the handu g ot it to htm as equivalent to the District At torney's making that motion. On that, Mr. ilall a-ke-1 him what was the name of tb* pa; ty Indicted, and the Judge answere-. that hi-name was Win I onnolly. You will remember, gentlemen, that it mas Cosgrove who was in dieted. Mr. Hail re., ijeeted no per- n of the riams <.f Conn-lly as l-aving loen indicted; and in connection, therefore with what the Judge had to.1.1 bin of ita being an old case and nothing in it, he pssk it lor granted 'hs' it wa? a minor case ol no aort of consequence, and - he prepared to write this note to .-parks lie then askwl Mr. .Stuart what time this Iniietment was found. Stuart could not tell him the precise -late, but suppoaed it was somewhere In the year 1 H.VJ or 18Vi. On that Mr Hail wrote a short memorandum to Mr Sparks, diresiting iilm to enter a no/N /mwrryui .?s to Mr Connolly who had been Indietod about way, ih;.j. or 1868 by roquoat of Jwigt Stuart He incorporated this in his note to Spa ks " let Judge Stuart," be said, "make the proper entry, ami Mr. llali will sign it." This note, thus addr?--e : >r> Sparks Mr Hall delivered to Stuart, who iini - dlilsly left the oflice. Now, you will observe gen's nen that In re-j#. t to c.-sgv-ve it was a case . ' wmch -tuar' knew every thing?It was one which he had pronoune-d to be "I so grave a character as to require an unusually heavy bail sml which bail he bad only consented to red t $3,tOn on tho urgent argument of Mr. smith the c un sel f#?r ( <'pgrfir* Judge Stuart came into odi e as I -av said on the 1st of January, 1855. He held court and wa 'he pre.Iding - rindnai magistrate of this city in lar. ruarj, 1*55 He was holdiag court #.o the l?h of February. He left the lien-h toward the close of that day and went into the oflicw ot the las Diet Attorney. He inDylu. e.| a converse don an nravle an appeal to Mr. Hall 'o aasist In entering nnllr jirntrfpti a- - - isn vhi -leslred to re*irm. arid f..r tbar pnrposs- -s. r , iq ?>? an Inflctmon'. II- *atd rha bis name was Mr i >nnoi,y, and l*ing .i?k?I whs' ?* ihe nature and character of the ' ff-n.e be assured tlo I (strict At i-rney tba' there was nothing e? all In it an I tlmt nil the witnesses had left the "late, an I on h a re quest Mr Hall ?tntiag th*' he could not leave his "-"i |?'h-n to gri into Court for th- purp-ee of rna og'h.s motion and Mr Muart's urgeo y no' ellowir.g hb- P walt and leading blm to tell Mr Hall that be w , -i rider bis note as equivalent to a motuin In pen c-iuit, Ibe note was written by M- Hall, an-! ? .art re -e v-1 Ihe next stage, gentlemen Vi whi R the -as* lea ? u- is the office of the Clerk. Mr 8toart (tn n dlately wrnt there with thla mcotnraivtum a 1 ? i? Mr. Yandervoert, a very careful * vi y experienced, and a very reliable c'-erk -.f this c .rt who has had eha'ge .(the re -g,|. aa pH fe r ..

deputy for the p*wt quarter of a esmtury J dge ; ar* ?aw Mr. S ander.oorr and hnnd-l him this m te ? - where between 'J and 4 c'-lre-k In the a>tem-'m Mr S aurlrfnert 1 rr r-,?;lalel v swarehed among 'he pa * ' ti e - ffire and told Htuart there was no so-b nd '? -at le found tn the office ?1< art went away nil* rue -I a ah-?4 si? -ss? ?- - - _ the ladfcHP tment -ran-' M* f - g ve Yaudwifwort aearrher) f.,t at inent again*! Cosgrove. and faund it, it was an indictment igninht hint for burglary in Uw llmt degr<*?. Al^i iu< i&dlciiaent baviug Ixwu found, Mr. Stuart d'etre I very much to have an order entered on the rmnu'e- of tuo court dismissing this Indictment. Mr. \auderv ? i. however deal ted first of ail to see Mr. Hall, because here watt an order for lilm to discharge an indictment agHn-st C? nnoliy, and he wanted to hnve Mr. Hall'a signature on the back of the indictment iu th? usual way. Mr. ttn dervoort accordingly went to Mr. Hall'* office, but that gentb'tuan bad left at the time. He came back nxnl found Judyc Htuart very auxioti* to obtain a o?rt?thai . copy of the order Mr. Vaudeivoort havit g Mr. ilall'? note and seeing Judge Stuart, the Judge of the court, ur gent tor the order, and on but asauram e thai the in lift ineut against Cosgrove was the indictment memt and in tended directed Mr. Sj?arks to take from the lemk a cer tided copy of the entry dismissing the suit, and delivered it to Judge Stuart, who then l?*t the office with the certified Copy in hi* pocket, hut without Mr. Ball'** sign time being on 'he buck of the Indictment. Xm the iu i.t day Mr. Vandtrvoori called into Mr. liall'a offlcv will the indictment and meinontBdniii on the oa-k of it, di-n i *?.tj(g it. Hull took the indictment and loookei at it. "Why tin*.'? said > ??. "la an indictment agxiust Mr. Corgi ovo. * Y<*," said Mr. Vandervoirt, l4Jiidg? Stuart -aid that thnt wan tho India'incut which wa* to 1h? to/ }!TO%*d," Why," said Mr. llail, ''thi* is a dilfermit ca*-e. My note refer* to Mr. Connol'v, and tbi* i* the cam* of Mr C? grove a man who i* ludicted f??r burglary in the firet. degree a notorious offender?a man Known to the public by the name of Hrletol Bill." "Well," Mr. Vandeivoorl, on the remark* of the Judge, c* l?o ttoilt jfottffin uiirt actually entered yesterday, in tlie minute* of ihe court, aid a certified c ?py of tho intoute* has been actually given to Judge Stuart, and he ha* gone off with them " Well what ?a> to be done f In order to male these record* correspond, and to prevent any ? ifUcuhy ?* far a* the Clerk wa* concerted, Mr. Hall re lactant'y put Id* name on the back of the indictment, dis missing it, end entering the not if ;?ro*eqtit, hut w?tu au intiiuktii n tlint he Mhoul 1 luok into the cane, and if it was ii proper one for prosecution he should take in#s surtv to liave the man iadict" 1 again, and thus prereut tliu itfectof the order thus enUued without hu know ledge and again-t l?i* intcn'ion. This wa* on the lWUi. On tie'20 th Mr. Frink, who had been In search of Co* grove alum < 'onnolly, lor a lot g time, and w<u> desired to piucute hi* at to*', In ordtu to relieve hku-elf troiu tlie liability be had i-n-urred a* hi* bail, found that the right on hi* part to arrest him wa* probably gone by kh? entering ?>1" iv nolle jrrfHvtiui. l inler thai belief he went to 1be office of Mr. Ja M. Smith, now and then, the Recorder of the city, and told huu that h?' had heard that the twih' i"bad been entered in the ca> e of Cot-grove. Well, U?e Recorder, wh ? had l* ? ti counsel for Co-gmv? on tlie examination before the uutgi. irale iiii mediately i?It that th ? tact ??t a tu.llt pronejui belng inte'*d a* to a person who had been a client of hi*, nearly a* n> he had got into a criminal court as Judge, would have a \ery extraordinary apiiearnnc*', on the face of it, and he observed th it the lact c-mid not be ho; he bnd held court on the 19th, and had heard nothing of It. And so he put on b\< hut for the purpose of going to the clerk'* office, to ascertain from an oxnid nation of the minutes, whether 'hi* report whl h Ft Ink brought wa" well founded. A* he reached the door lead lug to the stairs of the clerk * office, he met Judge Stuart and ask? d him for some ex n la nation in reference to the matter, Judge Stuart Udd him that nothing of the kiud bad oteuried; that there hid been no nolUprow (iui entered, and that tin re wa* nothing in the report. ??Well," ?aid the Recorder, 44 It will not do. Judge, to lot a man off who has been my jiieut, on n<?Ur proawjui a* soon a* 1 come into the office of Itgcordar. I'ubllc opinion would not bo satisfied with such a pr?N eeding, and I shall !*? careful, therefore, not to let such an oc currence take place." Judge Htuart aaid he would tak?* raie Uiat nothing of the kind would be d ne. Of eouise not, for it ha 1 he. ti done at the tim the Recorder went back to Frink and t Id hint that he was under u great mistake in regard to thU matter; that he had just Uen to Judge Stnart who had fold him tb*t there was no such thing as a nolb prunrtfui In the mat ter FiInk lift the offioe, hut nest day raujo hack and told Ti.c Reeordet thai he was right in what he had origi naUy stated, tl*at there had been something oi other dene which * oegrovr hu 1 g -t clear, and he wa?? so con fldffit In hl? manner that the Recorder said he woul.J I again go and look at the matter. He went to the lHs trict Attorney > oflice on that occa.-l??o and asked the question, whether or not a nolle prowpn hud boon en tered in the case of (kngrove? The Ifi-'rict Att'?ru*y then told him what had happened, and they both went together t?. the C.erk's ? Itee, tor the purp so ot eiamln Ctg the entries, and there Mr Hintth found a* Mr Hull hd explained to him. that two day* before a n Jl> pro* out had en cu eied on the mioUVe* of tl\e Court, and that Htue ft hydgota certified cony of them?althoMh IHuart huJ told him, (dml'h.) the |?re*i??* day that then had b'^ii i o ^irh nroi^ee iiiginth* matter, and that Mil re should tiot lie Well g* ntlemei. th" Reco-dtr having stated thecotiver?atfont* Mr. Hall, Uiey felt toHt-omethlng wry extraor^iosry must necerssrily he connected with the whole of this pro -icding. "n the of March f-I lowing Mr. lis I laid the < ? inplalnt In the matter of <? grove ..gain helm? the* Grand Jury, who found am .J her bill sKUiiiht Co-grove But in order t-? pn-veut, a* *sr n<? they could, any publicity being given to till* second Indlrt. inent, 'he Grand Jury put it under a bltok envelope* ami handed it to the Court, -o ti at no name lioukJ ap peer eiidur-ed on it. N twi'hstaiiding th?- ? lb?rt to pur sue the n.ui.s of public justice?as will he shown to you in the rour?*of tlie trial?a c mtldeiitial etlicvr of Htuar t. a, an . fl eer nauied Fk'ci. aim nt Inimediately af'er the finding of this *ee??nd Inolcfment hy the i.rand Jury, J went to the house in thle cltv where the sis%er of the wife of Connolly resided, and told her to telegraph forth witli to Connolly or to hi* wife, not to come Hark to the city% bi a toe ti? wM* j/rmn/ut was -et as hie or bccsu ? tlere was a new Indictment found agamat him or to thateffe<-t. The U legraphlc deape' h was Immediately I ent on, in pursuance of Wder'* leqtowu. Mow then, gentleii.eii, I eonie t the explanation o! th?-40 very re- | mar sable procredlmp. If these facta are all true, and if they lie all proved, the gro-* ml**''onduct of this officer ] would !>?> * cry apparent, hut the operating moth* could not \ * . ,nj< But I now proceed hi ex pose to y. u th'* rziotixo* which actuatisl him, and to unravel whatever of mystery there may U eonnecUst wi'h this exirar?rdlnary transaction. Several year* prior to 1Kb."', a fsinab who went hy the nam* ol klargarct I)u val Isoame acquaiinled with 'uart. Hh?* kept a hou-e ?ff s^ignaHon In this city and on one ?. a i n fiemiing hail for a female against wh- in some charge had been made, ThU business U'd Mis. Huval to th?* police office, wh? n she became acquainted with Judge stuart. A very short time after ?hf? acqualntaone wa- tbn* foranwt, Mr Htuart called at her house In tnU t ity, and wa- iu the habit ?.f xl- .tinghei up-.n fiiti dlyand intimate Urm- *?? uiu- h so. that in their usual intercourse, 1 e < ilb d her by her maiden raine. Margaret. It seem* that her family had comii originally from the Interior of the Mat* of New York. >b?' had uiarrie-1 a Spaniard who resided In fube, and tb'y lived Miparate end apart, and in the city of Vew York shewn* known in Margaret l?uv?l. A diffl d'y had also occurred ?wi oo* ifceaslon t?etweeo her ?lf and this Spanish iwelund who, coning to this city, had maltreated her under clrr,umstanc?'S which Id be^ to g" to the pollc* office and en ter a complaint .galn-f him. Judge -toart fj? a wars of these clrcumstiincew. ih>* oiaa?th* Hpifiiard ?4tlterwar?1 died, and left Mr-. Ouvsl hi* widow?at II f**rty, of r, > rse, t" marry again. Mo- had contracb* t an acquaintance with IVisgrove or Oinnollr, and liad Iwoms deeply atuich?d to him. When CVmnolly, hy the name of Coagrw, was arrested in April, 1HVI, on a charge of hnrg'.ary, -he had gone to Mr Frink, an ! lux-1 placed with him one thousand dodara in order to ire him In part it be would t* oi/rne ball lor CoagrnV and -o -1 e ? d arid procflre<1 Mr Krink *? U-c??in?- ?'? '? *>1 When I o-grove was discharged on 1>*II he went *o I'hila delbhi*. wtiere she in a few days afterwards joined Mm and in I'hlladelphia they ware formally tnarrttd t?y B#tr Mr. Montgr iriery, a highly respectable e.lergyman "f tlwvt city. Afar their rnarri Mre it became nc^-try fir Mr <Vmnolly Ui return U? the city of .Sew Y>rk lor 'h?- pur j* -e of inking care of her h >me and th*- fnrnttu?" of h* ? eatabliahflNnt, which in the meanwhile -he had left i:? charge of some penu n In lh?- house, rhe rermiloed hi th' city, aod while h"r?- Judge Stuait 'hjcwI ?n*Uy called to payher a .vi - It. When htuart found -lie bad rntrne-l Connolly he remarked t> her in substance, tr?At she had di ne u very onwi-e and Inexpedient thing to ma y a man of til * charter and with an In ictnu-ut hanging over him and he ohsarvnd hi her "Margaret if y ? had ? itly told in* when f>?*g<ove w is before me, that y >u In tended b have married hina, why, Instead of bold ng httn n hall to the auin 1 did, 1 would have tn *naged to let him go on much *ao*r tsrini, or rntioh lighter bail-" But sub-wiuenUp iri the summer of IH'?4, he Informed he "f his project of le-coining a candidate for the :ti s of City Judge and told h**r U?at Mr liaJI wa? aleo no o oated Itr the * ftW of Instrict Attorney an t that h*? felt quite confident that Mr Halt woubl It*' alerted an! he bailev?d that be him-elf w old ? c "* I b u ?nd hs sa:d that at *11 event* if he did not b? ha-J great mfloenee over Mr. Hal! and would tndeav- r to "l*rt it for tlie l?ef<ef|t of the hu-t>and t f Mr-. C nuoily After he was alerted t# had ona or rn?.ra lr?rv.? ?? with Mr i. <-?n noJy in this el'y, and ha then b id her that be ?-uld Hi Id fVrurt at one of the e term- and tha' he w mid .nd f ar<sge ir, ?om? way b get bar liti-band - iear. Mr . nrt' Ily when she ?srue t. th. r'ty ? at thu >uss* of he? sister, Mr? Hdi, in I upenard *tree^, rtA Judge Htuart called upon her C ere ar?d liWl Interview - with h* r she came on tr -m I'hlia^lelphia .n January, Ikftfi* Ju'ige Htuart Ui'-n told ber that bia term <?f holding the Court would tw In February, and that if -he wool! f* me on to New York etuwUtie (a thenv nth 4 February while he wm bidding < ourt h* would se-- what > old have done tor her, Aec?>rdingty, wi tfM 12th of F'ebi i?rf -I * ' aio- b? the e,l\y ?d New Y???k he ??? J ? 'ge -ttjari r?d it was then arrsrtged 'ha* -he should ii''*t him it his private rw-i'letvw that er?niog -he a/'ordtng't ca'-led at tha hutu# of Jmlga t?*art n th?? buetf. e* Ife then told l?#r that ka woald Is* able, he thought b? obtains iwJ/c jT'.V'/ui cti th ? iodictwvsn* bet th?*. t fowM f *t sfisd oeal 14 money b> <ki It th?t he the Jtidg* W'.tjbl charge as little ?? ! ? cowld f'?r his??lf, Nut that there w re others to pay %??d he In' mated t>sat ntin other- there wa? the listri'-t Attorney M Hail whe wourd require bi t?a c rnpsneated Hh- a*k t I him hot much It would estf fie said It woul I rait he 'h'ught, ale.tit Wm \w told htm us hat AVd ?n ha us an 1 abe W'>ukd give 'he pfclQ to t?# sura -b- e#?uid r- t h- r I hu*l*aud clear. ' Well ' said he. "have yw get 1 9v*r Is. ? Well dr*W It ? '?t #f >artk sr? I h- r.g th' n.' ley to KvC '-!?? a row: ? y\y weu'. *'? ' 'wit* ! drew . ut the $&? in Art bills, >4 1100 e* i # 'alie-4 I upon Muart with the n* ney, h? asw he- In a private iootri sr?o asked he? whether she had the n^-ney ?l? aaiJ *he had. she Uolt it ' at ai d g.* he put it n his pohlurt and tfh-t left, and 'than g-n'letnew, y>u I find what r?crurvad. (ht the iiwhif of tv f7Uk, dk ( OMIffge ig th# mean w hi > rs?M wt - * u ?? ? to mow wheth I ' ' ? g ?. h - * !,u?- - * a 1 ?-* * | frntr 'ay U. -lay fr-* O.s IS* finally he fiiM a pylirsiar gvwglttK tu whteh u? ? ? ? y 'h* w ? .u.-.jsf ? b*. recollection?on the evening ol the 17m ?y p, u ru?ry, and be then told her that hi- livl g ?l half i I"""?**'* u> her buebaud, but that he luel left I he uapera down town. Ue told ber, however ,, Lr , u,,t **,t u" he would (in her what ?u SKZ-i-' th? ih"? ",,uM ??rr f" "><? sir ?&%& SMas^^sr. there waa my'net of the Ouuri about it I think though la* not confident, that die remarked ? , the <Ute f* ,, <?"*?* "f I3?b He took and tore it up, and then wrote another lutpcr iiii?hhe Land*: to Mr*. (Wove, and to which Ke^T^ eume> objection ? blithe told lie. that it v? .nUielyllur flrent, that he had left the Court paper. down town >uid that on Monday he would get the Ceurt paper* and would newt to her, by mull, a certified copy of the order lie thereupon Lauded to her a paper which he hud uWncd a* City Judge, un follow "Orr ami Odt'NTT or Ngw Vmw, I icn.i i Ofllce of the City Judge, Feb. 19, lflis. i ran IN to comfy, Uiat on the motion of the Itielriet Attorney, of oud ilty and county, a noIU iirmniui ?wh thl* day ordered and entered of record hy the Court of Ueneral Mmuuoo* of the peace to and lor the eity and coiitaty aforeiuiId, In the matter of the indictment again*I Win. Connolly, dlachargirig the *ald indictment, and di? ?f Ji ' u,"",|'l*iHt '""l ??' "?*'ton tound and preferred ugaliiHt him In the mouth ot April 186.1 ? ft ?'l'nU,en* ,l,!tl"u?l certHeaU and toaatl?fy Mr* SBj"6 ' th* lht'1M'b*la?,n""r t>" indictment in tsald (hurt again*! the raid (* nuelly for any criminal offence whatever hi , . . H. H. ita'AItT, City Judge " c Uuo'iMl t" her; *bc left th, neat ,h,v "i-Li ii*uJ <lu''C"ur"c afterward*, *h<-tc ? 7Jk' ' r,,( r,r'H|' " l"""r fr<"" ".art endow l i tt (. , '! copy Of the ordt r entered in the rarorda ''"/".""t. 'ilamtv dug the indictment. Thl* letter Im tWill"'",,?f* thi'^ Office Of the Clerk of the Court of t.enoral rWwion* ..f till' Li'aci1. .i n .. . . ''Nrw Crrr IUil, leh. Ill, 1866. burglary jX'EiXT? ? *" ">h?- tl?" '??" ?he IHutrlot Attorney . .. A/f: jro^iui m thiM iiidfl"tfi?#iit. i>, d*fonnant !*? dim hi?rK?Hi thei i-frum rutiuci lmu? th?? mlituU'H '11. VAN'flKRVOilRT, Clerk. Ihirt ei-rtitled copy of the order di charging the Indlc' men an* ?#,.! to 1 hllwd.lphla hy .l?,lg6 *n.rt, enchlil in a letter, we | have obncrved Uuimally, therefore of wa* of hT1''" . I . Uul* "" it. the to M a fact. oh*e,vnl and obeervtvble by ?U tho.e tiUentuo, may turn to thl* a,.Meet tW It l? Vrry rarely that a man ofevil pursuit* willingly remain* *wuy from n"',Kb C,,l' "blch ha* heen In tlm habit oflre., lentlng ronr^, enJ ?i , nicicafy f..r him to remain in innccalriient, thtoc In u pcr|etuat anxiety and de*lrt- t-, get back to hlN ordinary Imuut* and to 'hoNC crowded th'irnuglilarc-whet* he ie accuntomed to dwelt It w? 'h'" "Ji" Cmtnolly, had tier.,air dntetmined at all event* to return to tliv fjtv of Sew V. ik and lienoe the anxiety ofhia wife to bring him haok freed ft. ni thl* indictment by any txpen*e or nriy eflort H v ."itoti""1"1'' lie wa* prt |.*rli* U. return to thi* my. after the** p-oceodtng* Lad thu* taken tilaoo when you will rrmen.twr the 1 i-tri, t Attorney without appri t' K ,n!?r ^ m 1 ",,'rr P* r""n "r ?'I' .n had bluced (hi* mi jj*-t heloie the Grand Jury. (In the lfitli ot Match '..othe l.m.ctment wa* ?Ka.;, l t c.?r*n?. Although th*. bill WH- caietolly kept from the public and front tho-e who hud no bo*ine . to know it it .,e?rr lutltt** dl-l h.ik out. We know thu' hide,, the fldcii'inl ' fllcci of Hunr , on tho ?i?*? ( #.r Mr< ? ?grove and tr.p.hed her forthwith ti telegraph to |'|,l ladadphia to Connolly not to coma to the city la., ?UM the rioil, j.i,, ,Hui war *. t u-id., ... ecau e new indict met, hurt b*,,, found Til w,. don., and Co ,Kr(Wr gig m.l come to the .Ity of N*w York Hot I,(a dedta to return inrienrad apparently with the b.u. ie* |u tkn way Mr,.. Connolly cemt to the city HI.e had mud M b?0 tr.ii inkit" Induce Mm it. become bail for ? y- ' ? ' trad t il an hat ?6<M>out oflhet .na aud l.uad wt . 1 P'nart ant now -he told Judge . teait of the ? e'ci initiation of Conn oly to mime to thl* city, h'out told bet i.y ml manner of, t . praraul " "Clllbg might yet !<*? .lorn by which tin In dfctment could he got out ef the way and arter I While lie m fkca'cd t. l.?r to call Mr. II* I ??d .* whether *L i!'i I'"" V> blm i? the matter, rh* did ?o. the an In'ervlew wltl. Mc IlilMuw ioh iii,r." '" '"I J? u|Ktn Id* idiopathic* hut Mi Hell told her he had but one cmtw to pnraun that he ' Irot.tid by lit* duty to try tlie ca?>. If and that ho t* r .'Id i "n* i.-t her if |? , ,?|,i .be returned ... Judge tuart ai.d toll tn vl .it It II ,|| b* i *nld. Judi/e tuart th u told he, that, dining th. Mtmtoer e**..n t ?? he.-t.ier wa* i" tl- habit .d g. dug the- ,nut,y' .nd befog away fT.r, .pie ,.f month* tb .t durli thai tin..-he (Judge Sluiirti would | e *l.oic h*rc n.d would tr.. wb.t roold he dote f. . ||? p?ip.,*e ? | 'n?r t thl indlrtuiuul. In July aid A..g i?t tl,* |.?r .tt.igoaw .v arid Judge .buart w? left ||,. t.,.,1 tl,*... pep* ' e*.fy in th* ?umnier (m Juti*) oil the id* kept them till the (I h of -ep,ember V. u nire.dllr peteNive that If ? ? a ? n (Ity Judg, w*? t,. do ??!,..( Im ub' for the | titt* -r ,.f basing that l- dlrtm. ,t g ,? ?u, of the wav, (.1 If t,,. d t/. bnv. it til. ill * W.? t" wevftilt the o.|.. ?o, It wa led, ? ot I- , ,r , , b . r at the :ndietir.eiit and at the tapwr* _n ) _|r# the cloM*t toriitiny Mr*, (i nnolly .i?t? It, .. nil wa* exceeding] grn' in the matte, II* r.-.t, i to her that lie v??,d lv holding tt,e Court durfng U>. ? umnier and that they ,.,ig|,t hav. thl* ,calb. i ,,D I" *? VI I' .ottld I* , tilled thai the *,t,?. , rutoflhewnv and he advUel | ... ? ,, ?? to ??certain wh* had I*, erne of the e wln.e-.ea, m?. 'll?l no Hi* obtniiH'l ?o introduction t' .,r?* f female Nenanta of ti e New York II i.l w!,,,.- the al lege I burglary waa committ d. Hbe (rated ?ith t lerUnar lty ?r?ch a woman only rati dUplay under rir ctiniMancei of thl* kind where *11 w and cane U. k *n.' told Ju.ige htoatt that ,,n* wa* in California an other he,* and II,at the ?nlv wltne ?*? who remained here we,. * .-rvaut mart named Pieman Mr, Monnot the proprietor ?l ts.* e*tal,ll?hio.rit, and ? on of the |m>I,.c o/ne. f? who had irr.M.d lorgrove Th, a g. nttemen it ee?. that t ?rf. In oidcr tc rf,.?k? thin U)?('.i-r i> Muf g, 1j ctuld told In* conlld.-otial ofDeer l.e rge t i ler, to . after th* ,ilBre, whoha.1 atrewUMt t.wg,.,*. *u.i ,., p.,,, , h", .-tuwrt wanted tone* hl,? Kblet ar ? ,ag.y men ?'.I lie matter lt> Tn,?.!?,!* the ..fllrer who t., Mr -marl* . n..e he tligre mw khier?th. ludgwie-ing engagwl in the other room he ,t d..wu and i ider a-k.*l riir/i h1i*( J ?.) )*., r mitu+.-fn in ?\t*> .? ?? .,f ?"??grovw; tin..laie an*were. 1 that with the *,t.g . *i . ? ? f| of Monnot, h. , n??.l,I not k?..w w!* the wlti.e*.. were M b r went to the ? j, [ -torirt wa?, and ?l,..rtly ? cam* . ,t and' It -a.?? that the .In,g. did not w,*l, u, . . him or .1, I ?.t f ?*:: '?"?1 went togrthar b. . r,e,gh 'ering coffee bou.e *a t toe,, f?r ??n |(7?, T, ' w'f" liO'dalw *abl he m>i,| r.'uro to hi* ?ta!loo. t ut that It would be n*- *..ary f..t hitri to h?ve .on,* et.-u** for twlog away, *nd t-.a' J,, :g* f'tuart ? I.OIJId give h ,? one wb. ieut*,!, toe* ,e,lh Wen' haek U. the Ju^g* ofl.ce, and Ule, ...nt tub, th, and brought ? eertir.. at. th* Mr Tina'ale ... . og.gei public do'te* ||* dellterat If |. ||nata * w|, , went .way Tl,,, were .till he,? ?f th* ? grove Ttn-lal. the officer Kenan ate! M on/.t ?>'w genUeman, Mr*, t rmt.oll* ealling day i.y day ... V? rv l|.uer.tly up- ri Hluarl, told torn Uu.- U?? patience ot bar .If and ot l.e- I, o.nd ..f h hu.oand *t all ??- ?*-tiJmtji ? Ha' 'if rly ft ? j. %li >\im m< r.ey which ah, eo.,1.) ,ty ,and. that -b. ha: teen 'Ivtr g attending t/t thl. bu.lo.-M, wod had I**,, ? ?I... tn .och eitremltle. a> b, la ?'"? l"l?(?J. that ai.e vu j^tltnle ?,< |i" "? ??'? '>"?* ? c dltion of wtTatr* II. e 1),l- ,.t b. broogbttoa-pcdycJ c ><??.? >trf to rail .-.gain and gave her |]f*i order to .,ul?t ber *icl on another ,he?icir,g ,t,II urgent tc rave b?p , a*. ,.,| plr,^ ?h,.? Uf, I hiUdelpl.t, *nd 11, are th- matter Ntayad l't a ?,ue, t ca,|. ? Mr?. (? nnolly, when walking t bar, ?11 i.TX **' n a rel re* goiicd, ar?d a* it w*-a mat er Of th* rt*at*M ft" mailt wtlh It, Ir'.n. Met'?v r to have (oagrov* ?ur rendered ib* wa* r?, t r ? . -c N,c went Mr ila.d wa* ' - n *c?. for and .be" .re '|.cb ?dtoth??g nOcmer, 'ha hi#Vory of thl* citraor Un?rv trar aa/tlon ?tanUaliv lie > ? a* I hate g vet, It to ,. , J ... " or** of**n u, Mr Iltil Jf? r#m?mt#ny| that i# c. r. urgt ntly |>ra*a. by Mr -t .art f?. er tc <l? ,,'dwr (be n... ?. .??,??. be tvtoetnh* redtba* J-e'.g# ' .art ,, r? ; .e-*-t, ,d ? a ra e t t ?,, ,, . ,, gravity and 0 w?trh the wtte--.o. were g r- and t, at h. .. .e.t r p.y r**t, re >. * to "*,'ty )l? inicnt* ? ! hi* a. ; nea' ?l*?n be f ..nA t|Mt h* i,^ dtwb.-gw I an . 8.1,'tvr ( . .gfote lie re,*.n'??l the V!* -'<".( wbc? atlla ? ?? t,j the He- ,rd r on im j, th ? id the p.i -Jve dcr,^l ? a tJ*- part of iar* f th# } + '*' i?< h?* r*r?!f ?(? m h it 'i Judge (Monet hatg-vn t M ? t OWO-Ity a?e; that ehwb hatarl ?*r,t r, to IT, *a'.*i|hta, am) ad thc? ir- ,m ? tartcc, -.gett w, c^-.locad U, n?k# wt or.e i <ha ?,.*! ?itgwlar and Mlrwitiliiety raw* that have ,v*r* n? eittm my to w'-dg. |f t fc, ,tai.,-.?r,u t? true I. hv ,*t*tarra ?.( the ' *n a *l n aa I tao titan t ? nail te e-'abll-t ed p. y< wr aallafariirxa or,' ,4 ti,# a, ?t lanentat.,* Itc'tt,..* i Jw l'.a, t r/ap'eai an! 4 e l* c*r,doc1 that l a* iw i*. fr*d will l^>* >a.n preaaoWd to y..*i for year rem* I da a't-vi If getiU?tt,en a> >ha wi,':a race *,,., f r, J that y. ,, *#? tW'l taiiaf^d with ha tf.'h ,4 tlcw .ta ? Wa- f y u .?? uaaka **-n^ toe. ry which rew'.er* al, dew ' f .tfc'av** ?t-'?r.t *n 1 e? mretit le W1t>. on.c.rc? y .4 rv,-*r<? It will h* a iwa't. J. f *(*?! aat #(*,t,?w that yc* .?a dr. v. ? ?t,'f si,; *od rwtaf* lid* man t/. Mw-t*iy m,t "?1 th* Other hand gcr.t:*m*n If yo*, ffiwd? rwlivrtaat M y< m-.t race ? - iy t? b believe m a h.rg w? g*o?. m a *??* wo r ym f.M nij'...r?,s*,wg, a.r. - ?g- . cr, wet. , tgr??,. IM |h,h'(a ?,w u tie j rheeewtf. o ha ? ged tlem f**,. ior?? we ri- .4 1) I* ir-mnaiiy *W'Mt? tn Ao your dwty itaviag a . . ? . h gh?wi reap. t*Ii(y "hwl *? p.? , a( pvh**d 'here Will h* n *t,( rit.ra I, l 'Jta . .. Hf -??'* a. .1 may be to ym, r.d T 1 . , . b ha WW both 'ear-, awl ,?Mgp. f"" ??'* ? MWVdict ofgw. -y In thl. r*?* th* . tn o? Lkwia aattg " d,* |" ,g.|ii*(??. (tjntMT- .. ie> ... . y wen ag Mr IlaJI tie t At. ? .nwd the Omr* that ... . Nrw York Kindlon. TIIR HE-ULT IN TIIK 6TATK - TIIK MRW ( AN AL OOA*?? TIIR KI.RCTIUN ON FLAUU, RTtETC. A? the more reliable account* r roe tn 111# Kn?? Nothing plurality -rruta to iu>iea-* Atvnr 1 ng tn Ui? latiet return* they are nearly tiftecn thouaaml ahead of tin- black republican* ami within ei/hl th">u*e?-t of the democratic liaid an<l ? >ft vote roui.iued The fallow tag air the lateat figure* - (j<r>rmw, lKftt. Clark. a* Ii>k 1 Art NO I t llman, K. .N I'JJ.'.'A.' Seymour, aoft,. Hri n?on, liar l iJI.RtO Intal 470 6U6 .W <rt IWA. k ing fuMon 84.PII lie-id)..;, h N 'M 7M Hatch, ? 'ft <16,1* Ward, hunt 42,'jM Total ?i ,m TIIK I'ANAI. fUlAUU The anilety uf the pin lie ui legiuil to state Puencee ta eomewhat relieved hy tha leault u( the recant eiectiow. The following will cinatltate the two board*, ?Imftl have charge of the canal* after U? let of January, I860 ? reiawn-ntostwe r>? Tint i abas. rt'tn Ilenry J. HaynmnJ.... lieut (.oviinor -vantlte. Joel T. Ihadle; Secretary "f 4ta' i K '? .tinea la.renao Hurrorra Comptroller ... K Nothing Mu| bfn I lark Tien-Birr h Nothing Stephen fl. fuelling. Attorney tienera. K. Nothing caw al. in. a tin. r ilae S'eymonr Mate Higuieer ... K Nothing. Ileniy I itahogh Canal C..tnmi*-I?ner ??a<dHn. t'oruelleoa (lardliuer tonal Onniintaaloner -eanlilej H N. W h-lan Canal Oofltmlari.Misr K. Nothing Thie reault? rig Know Nothing4 t" three Sewardltaa? aecurex aleo a hoorr Nothing t'anal Auditor TIIR LROIHI.ATONM. 11*. I egtelature will probably a'Aus a. follow- ? era AIR. 1864 1AM haow Nothing4 11 Know Koih aga. U tthlg4 l'J Ite^olii. an- 14 Democrat* tl IV mixsiiU . .... f Total :.?? Total Mr. Joho K llil.v the I.U"? Nothing ian<kilot-', "a 1 State Senator eh et m the 'd??th diet. ? t a Mauri r. 18&4 1HU Know Noll log. ltd Knew Nothing Whig-. . . . 68 l.rpuhU at. ,. ... Itemueiala iW Democrat* .... Total I.? Total. Jt'HTIi K6 OK et'KRMMK COUNT HI.Rl'TRU. let diatilet?Julure M. Whiting, (V>ng term,) item. ?Henry t? I tar lea labor i term,) K N SM " ?Jamer kinott, rep 4th " ?h. U. Hoaekran4, (long twin,) K. N. ?A. ('. I'aJge, (ahorl tenia,) item, Mh " - Vt llHarii ? Allen, dem llth " ? I Sin-<na llalcorn, ran. 7tli " ?h I'vwin .-nilU, K V 8th '? ?Hicbard I'. Marvin K. N. TIIK RUCTION OK KLAflU. Aranah I hlagr I* n elreteil Comptroller by 18* pin lalliy over (illee the Know Nothing candidate l|i'Hikl> ri City Kin Hon. MKFTIMI UK TIIK IIOAIIIi UK I'ASVA?tlvi. The lined I'll (Vim no n Coo ml met aa a Hoard at (ha va?.er? fyraterday a'term tlay r llal' |or. ding, an* lerland th* foil' wing charier oftleera 44 liav'ug reivnrug the Ingha-'. nunum of v tea, and therifotr ?1 eled ? at rati taoRh. Kuril/. It ii rdt 1?Win. II11.lean dem 1"?-amuet alth, dciu 5?Klowell C. I'.failiaid dent II Jamea MMIer d'-ot .' --John J Mod aril, whig I -J.J lie ? nhutl*r,daae. I FianUThotua- K. S 1 ?Will Wall wing 6?Koreler IVttlt, ind dem. 14?f ?' IMterman, dene. -Ihu4. Mulllvan Oern. 16?Win Maiahall, dava -Samuel liiabain dim I' -~1 ?i?4 llinda*;, <k?n 8?I'.ter Wynkoir, dem 17- lie. W Ke .ef K "4. t??John J Hog art dem 16?II V. Wnodw -rtU, 4*a AUWJiUlw, I - John fa-haw whig 10?t'nlnalra II whaw dene ?i - l. tit. - ti Nell, dew 11 Win W WaUh, K N S?K JJ. lam h? 1 tad. whig. C-? llnioth; I'aae n, >n 4 I I a- (' Vovler whig l.'1 ?J'"i.ellu* W-wl nu. Hag I ?John la.hertt oero It-J ^eph Smith, drew t?Anion ll link into. li?John nj'.er.whig 7 "ITine. I Und o, dun 1' - I win * Ifalglui. dagi. H? I A V ar, Itrnn' l> V. 17 Ne, ah |tVia> whig ''?VI m. I Mill dem Ik?M. KalUle4 .:h, dwa "TIT it vua. Samiirl t.arilvm 'nu AitqaariM M'nnir. It'n r J/. I < e-rge tl ad II Keutien lalei Holiert J Imter 1.1 ?J bn T-tint 6 -Churl" f t-rrlKan M -foaeph T M/Tter 7 ' aepar I rban 17 Arno W idlkwertb "J Heioard li Nr l oifrfAwa". M*o fll. Il'er u. I -lleaiy "'.key V'l?Chrlet c Rydar ?I lamee A. Hud-all II Alfrtl|.,rt? John llu. dl 1 lohn H. I'wrr 4 ?Jo) 11 I While l: I Maiah f J hi, Adair 14 nam I enino li?Win M Hai, I l|.h 16 tlt -.-l II Mill* 7 fan." kl'f'lorey. 14?John Klito-llna k Win I' Will an. [7 llii.m h-a.". 1" I hartea lAid'e) . 16?Jacob MoriU 1 aitain- or mhs a IHilruh Mill h f?llenry I, hi., hard 7 John Iwell r Jai e. klullin. II." Hi 'I roiled were decigied - '?et net Ilia If' a- I ? I l'ar.rai>?r? a 'Jouriee?: Ikrwi from Vn ??mi In OCR PtCllTO I ARn.Uk i t?R*r?pi?*KJ.I?'l /''??? in ikr i iffy to. .fir .'?'??if "f to nvji. II 'Wo ? iiial'i hit / mi- 7-n O. 'iit in'l /'- 'i 7' /' i I '"A* Urn?t'.^i <IH'I -thsr Af.rlr'i lumlh <if <i" KHt"t (?> itry*11 4*0:1*1 liclnf- r IT 1*16 W? ???il nurftOlft*. 'if thtft |i|a-'fluulty I {' j "? ? fctr Hon although th*-r* u I".' 111*!?? of Import***-* im <?' mm uftl'? t? Tb# country eontlouoo trtnvi.l u? t?r fh??wftjrirf 'i? i.?.?l Mi u?g?' A Hi' p*?i|l? li??? t* m? "i? I ' >r tb? r ft nl nf lit' lu' l< nary toon m* t* tV I'ml-toftt if far* to in-lino toftftril* ? ?or? l?i |???l folff m lu ?' ? ??til** ? f **|mll.:.t Ifttlotj ft hi ?>,? ? lii.i*****) fft* if t..Wftf't* lilft l?l# ??*#r.l*ft l.y M||,I ling 111ftII> 10 It.* 'Iftll *ftr?l*.? II U ft| |?rn)l Ibat linn ?! -** n t mil ?" to i?b Mil K f?? II.# krlftftftli tin gift I III* ft* f IT Iflj II (H* .ui-l.r*. if II" >!?'*! lot*I'll'ill f M ?,<?* ''I 1 *??p ollh *!l 'Il'l i 't ni ?f jo'lf fin.* wlil itoui aftti?W ?t..-'h*r li? l* *lo*?i? .t. til* | r*n<l*i ft* haft* I" l?L *Ot Itift fint r*??g*. ? ?? 0?-l IM h' ?i? to luftiijr port* ' f lb* hi oil * ? , ' ftiftifti, I ft liooffft l'i>*r'*i fftl??il., Vftlftn* ? VHiiti Tartnoro, Mararay ValWf ? of th# Toy ltn??ul?>riiot A* A It* l iiii.i* io '? ? *r.*i*> ??! ftftfn* oit.*i plo.o* )>*? 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