Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 16, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 16, 1855 Page 1
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THE NEW IoIk HERALD. WHOLE NO. 7019. MORNLMS EDITION?FRIDAY*,' ^OVEMBER 10. 1855. PRICE TWO CENTS. THE LATiibT JW IB ff ft . BY ELECTRIC MNP PRINTING TELEGRAPHS. IntoMtln , from Wa.bln^toR. TH1 DANISH SOUND DDK-.?INTERESTING LETT Kit FROM KX-FRE81 DSN T l > LKft?THE JAPAN TRJ5ATT KOBE TROUBLE IN TUB NWV?THE NEWS FKOU EUROPE, ETC., ETC. WaBHIECTON, Nov. 15, 1855. I telegraphed to you yosterd ?y ?hat ex-Preaident Tyler bad written a letter relative to tbe Danish Sound dues. I have obtained a copv of it. 1? also speaks of tho Japan treaty. The Sago of .Sherw ".d Forest -eems to be dis poned to ehare with the present adnroistrution the honors of both of those mov 'netit*. The letter furnishes some interesting item, in t''<? ."tot history of the Tyler administration. Through lbs curtesy of Col. Cunning ham 1 am permitted to furnish it to the leaders of the H*b*u>:? Sherw t >od RUM, Nov. 4,1855. My DkakCot O O ,0 0 ? 0 I had read the article relative to ttie Sound dues in the ItUtiligencer before vMur letter reached me. The only foot to he supplied, and that of not much con lequeuee, was the fact that the subject had been fully talked over by "Webster and myself, and that we do ally concluded that the beet mode of bringing tho subject to the notice of Con gress, was for the fiecreUry to address to me a letter, to he oowmnnieattd to O^ngte- u In my annual message. A* tbe matter stands In 'he article n the National Ini'lli gmcrr, the entire credit? with >ut its being so designed, I am sure?is given to Webster. For tlie valuable results aris ing from the abatement ot the dues, the country is greatly indebted to Mr. Jackson, who was at the time our Charge at the coutt of Dennis rk. lie died aoen after. I perceive that a Congre; s of Nation* (to say tho newspapers) Is to assemble at Copenhagen, to tako into cousideration the whole subject, and I hope that all will satisfactorily be settled. Those exactions on the commerce of the world were levied at that remote period when the Danes wore masters of the European seas, and the strongest and long est sword gave and enforced an arbitrary will. That day had long passed away before f was entrusted with tho chief executive power, and yet all nations acquiesced in onerous burthens, and it remained for a country scarcely known at the time of this Imposition to urge their gi*eat reduction or actual abolition. Success attended our ef fort, in important modi; cations and redactions of the Danish tariff of 1686. I regret to perceive that tho treaty negotiated by Com modore Perry with Japan falls far short of the objects originally contemplated. Before sending Mr. Cashing to China, the subject of opening, through a treaty, the trade with Japan, had been talked over in the Cabinet. Mr. Cushlng was possessed of our wi-hes upon tho subject, and, either belore or immediately after sailing for China, addressed a letter suggesting the propriety of our invest ing him with authority to treat with Japan, if oppor tunity offered. The authority was promptly givon, but he was obliges! to return homo after concluding the treaty with China, and so ended tho first suggestion upon that subject. Mr. C.'s letter Is on file In the State office, Ipre sume, and there is the "nest egg" of the Japan move ment. I regret that it has not fully hatched. Truly and sincerely yours, JOHN TYLER. Col. J. C. Cunningham. There was a threatened difficulty between two officers of the navy, or rather between a member of the famous Naval Board of Fifteen and one of tho furloughed offi cers. " The latter Raid some pretty hard things to the for mer, which it was at first supposed would lead to a hos tile meeting, but it is now thought that nothing serious will grow out of it. The excitement having cooled down with reference to the aspect of foreign affairs the Pacific's news lias sud denly revived it again, hut in circle where it Is be*t un derstood it is not deemed of any importance. Mr. Bu chanan's friends here expect him home by the last of this month. Tlil? having been ??t opo* t by the constituted au thorities as a day of thanksgiving, was properly ubserv ?erved, and all secular employment* suspended. The various places of worship wcie opened and largely at tended by citizens as well as sojourners. General Culiom, of Tennessee, arrived to-day, and is stopping at the National Hotel. Senator Gwin arrived to-day, and is stopping at Wil litrd's;also Charles O'Conor and T. F. Meagher, of New York. The Harlem Knllroail Accident. CHATHAM FOITR (/OR\rrh. Not. 15, 1855. The following is the yerdic' of 1 he Coroner's Jury oa the death of F. H. Rathhone:?"That the deceased came to his death on the Harlem Railroad (rain. In the town of Cepoke, by accident, by the high winds blowing the cars off the track, thereby breaking the same, and bruising and crushing,the said F. 11. 'lath bone to death." Thanksgiving in Maryland. Baitiwobr, Nov. 15, 1855. Thanksgiving is being observed to-day in this State, A irginia and the District of Columbia. Business is en tirely suspended in this city. Murder ai.d Suicide. Bono*, Not. 16. 1855. At South DanTers. this morcioir John Brown shot his aister dead and then cut his own throat, dying imme diately. He was out of heal h and it is supposed must lia?e been suddenly seised with insanity. Markets. PHILADELPHIA K'.tlCK HOARD. I'm i-Aniuou a , November 16. Stoak* Arm. T'enna. State fives, 82%; Reading R. K., 45; 1 ong Island K. R., 12%; .Vi .rris t'anal, 12%; I'enna. K. R.. 4*1%. Auumr, Nesember 16?1230 P. M. Flour Inactive. Corn?,-i.les 3,000 bushel* Western mixee at P2%e. afloat, and Wic. from the railroad. 'iat a ?Sales, 10,500 bushels at 47%o. Barley? -ales 10,INK) bushels at $1 23 a 81 26 cash aud time. Whiskey--No sales. Nkw Orikans, Not. 14, 1865. Cotton Arm. Bales to-day 7,000 bales. Fair sugar, ?%c. a Tc. Mews by Mall. A reward of $260 (s off.-ced by (lor. Rodman Prico. of New Jersey, for the apprehension and conviction of the rerson or person* who killed Charles H. Brown, on th lth of September last, on b -aril the Miantonomi, in Sah-m creek, Ne loss tluin sixty li-iuor cases have been quashed In the Court of Common Pleas a' Worcester, Mass.. within a day or two, owing to an informality in the indictment*. The Fitchburg, Mass., K W <Ur states tiiat the Isady of Mrs. L. H. ftoekwell, of that town was found in >h?-r win's mill pond on the loth lost. Mrs. .Stockwell has Ibr some time been partially deranged. C. H- Commissioner l/>, ing, of Boston, has decided that whiptdng a seaman with a rope's end is not dogging within the meaning of the statu'e. Flogging Is a technical naval act, performed by the proper officers, according to certain formalities, and indicted with an instrument known as a "cat." TheConrt of Inquiry, of which Brig. (Sen. H?nry Stan ton wa? l*re?ident, reccn'ly in session at Fort Col imbu*. baring reported, after due in-estfgatlnn. that there exists no ground* for the trial cf U*n' ? Henry M. Laaelle of the l*t Infantry, by court marUl, under virtual (bit mi* taken) rharge. made against h m by I.i?ut. Alexander S. Vfebb, 4th Artillery, further proceeding* are not to be taken in the case. The St. Is ails RrpuUitan states that on the last trip of ?the steamer Kail* Olty, from New Orleans tsi -'t. !/,uU, Madame (Jodetistein. a i.ernu n emigrant. |ms*eoger on the boat, wis delivered of four children at one birth. They were three boys and one girl?weighing iu theaggre. (ate thirty-one pound*. The mother aud children were all doing well when they left the boat. The Bs ston pre** will be well represented In the next Jiaaeechueetta fleneral Court. Ch*rl*? O. Rogers, of the JournaJ Charle* Hale, of the Ihtily A'l'^rturr. Isaac W . Frye, of the Courier, and Justin .lone*, of Ihe I'anVer Pri tahvr are elected. The Na*hna freight train, which left Boston on the I/swell Railroad on the loth Inst., wa* thrown from the track, in Woburn, In consequence of a rail which ha l b?-en -piked acro?* the track. The engine wa* hadly broken, and lb" engine-sr, Mr. Isaac K. Chase and th firs man Mr. Hlne?, of l-oweil, were serioosly jammed and .raided. They were left at Woburn. fiovernor Matteeon, af IlUnM*. has taened hi* prochuna 1ion setting apart Thursday the 2?th in*t., a* a day of thank sgitlng. A man nam*! Henry Ueock wa* murdererl while ?l*e., ii.g in Mnfttnond, on the bth mat. The murderers after wards set the house tm ft re. Indiana paper* ?tate that th* recent frost* have had 1he effect to cause s g"-at abatement In the "ch-il and fever" epidemic which ha* been prevailing in that region daring the present fall. A Montgomery paj/er learn* that an application will be II,*de to the Legtalature of Alabama for an appropriation of $l?0 (8)0. to !*- used titis'.er sufficient *u*plcs-? and se curities, for the promoUe* <>t an em gru' iou of the proper eort of men to aid the .Southern pioneers of Kanraa and western Missou I. Board or County Ohithmh. TITIKD DAY'S PENSION?ARGUMENTS OP COUNSEL POR THE CONTESTANTS AND CANDIDATES ELIOT?HATE THE BOARD THE BIOHT TO INYKSTIQATK ALLEGED FRAUDS IN ELECTION RETURNS ? 'lire Board of Coonly Canvassers held a third session yesterday, to Lear the argument of counsel on behalf el the contestants, and in opposition. The chamber of the Hoard ot Alder men was crowded, as on the preceding day. In additii n to the counsel who hare already ap peared, was Mr. Girard, Mr. She|rard, the corporation counsel elect, appearing in his own b trail. After the calling of the roll, Mr S. addressed the Board:? flaring said ho, arrived in town very late last evening, up. n a roe sage received in a distant city, to the effect that it wart proposed to take some action here in reference to the returns of the Ward I us (rectors, 1 respectfully .ro sire to be informed what papers are before this Hoard, and upon what evidence they design to actf Ibe I'lttiDKNT?There are two protests before tli Bos rd. Ablet inan Eiy moved that tlie protests be read for th information of Mr. Sbepartl. 7 be motion was adopted and the documents read [There were published iu the lfXH.su> of yesterday.} Mr. riutrani) then said that he bad receive 1 no copy, no notice whatever of the intention of the contestants, till be saw one of tbe morning )*per*. It seem i to me, be continued, a most extraordinary thing that allega tions in reference to an election oan tie made with >ut any sort of notice to the candidates. 1 don't know how it may tie in reference to other candidates, but I have not, so far as I can learn, he> u notified through aurut uiy friends In any way of this most extraordinary proceed ing. 1 will ark tbe coum-el whom i understand are here to represent the |ieraona who have signed this protest, if any notice has been given? All tbe ciunseU tor the contestants replied that they bad not rant him any notice. Mr. Siiki-ikd then said it appeared to him that the Board were about to proceed with the disposal of a question which contained very sciisus charges against large bodies of inspectors, with out any sort ol notice, and that a proceeding is about to be taken which would not bo valid in a case involving ? ixpence worth of property, or flvo minutes of pers mat liberty. The Cuotx, at the direction of the President, read the minutes of yesterday's proceedings. Ts it. then," continue# Mr. Hhxfard, "expected that I should say something in regard to my own claimst" 'e 1'tiK iiibnt replied tliat t" The 1'ubtoknt replied tliat the question before the Itoard was us to the admissibility of tbe protests, and whether the Board could go behind the returns? Mr. Siikivakd?I'pon that point 1 desire to suy some thing. Alderman I.opp?Are we here to listen to arguments of counsel without any restrict-on* as to the number or the timo they may occupy? Already a considerable list of counsel has tieeu proposed, and we can't tell how many more may appear, for aught I know half the bar of New York may cnoose to comc-piere and occupy the attention of this Uoaid. One has as much light if wo have no restriction, 'o occupy ten hours as half, and for the purpose of avoiding this, I would move that each candi date lie rc-t tic ted to one counsel, and 1 would also more further that each counsel he restricted to one hum- in his argument. I would ask the counsel if that is sufficient 1 one of them said that he would, take an hour and a V0HU half, and another said that he wS?d nut require an hour. Aldcnnan Howard?Before votlug for an hour and a half, 1 would like to know how many lawyer* there are. I, myself, would not like to sit here for an hour and a hall listening to one speech. The I'HsxiDFVT?There is a lawyer lor each candidate Alderman Howard?And how many cindidates are there? The PrWidxnt?five Alderman Howard?Well, that would be nearly ten hours, and that in longer than I want to sit here listen ing )o any man or set of men. Alderman 1/iRii?It would be fourteen hours altogether, for we would have to hear other counsel in reply. Aldernian Howard?Kourteen hours! I hope the gen tlemen will say oueliour. Alderman IaiRD?I shall make it an hour. Alderman Howard?II it Is one hour I shall agreo to it. The motion was put and adopted. Alderman Ely desired to know the order of proceed "Ihe 1'RKODK.vr stated that the counsel on behalf of those who made the protest should he heard first. Mr. ShkfaXD remarket that the rule was exactly the reverse last year. Alderman IaiRd moved that the counsel for the proles tants he first heard. l'he motUn was adopted. Onu of the counsel on behalf of the protestants th -n proceedid to address the Board, and spoke snb-.Unti.illy as follows:?We are, said he, permitted to discuss two questions?first, whether this Board ought to receive the protest, and second wheiher tli.-y can P""' -eJ to investi gate ilie alleged fraud* In tbe late election: or, In tho precise language ot the resolution, whether they will go tisck of the reiurn? I shall endeavor in th" coui so of the few remarks I shall make.,that they can investi gate the fraud* without going hack of the returns, an 1 at the sann- time that this Board have the power to go h v k of the returns. I am aware, he continued, that one of ih - judges in the somew hat celebrated and famous c a*e of the l'eople sgt. Cooke, dropped an expression like this, th* the Board ot County Canvasser* could not go behind tit returns. But that was uncalled for, ;u there was no such issue before the court. Had that been the question at i?*ne and had it been definitely de'ermined, you would not find me here to argue against the decision. Ill the case of the town of < hestcrfleld. the Board of (i un'y Canvassers rejected n return which was Irregular In its form, V>ecause the ofli. ful character of tho inspec tors was not sufficiently proven. The counsel quoted the case in which tho County Canvas or* thiew out the returns from a certain district in the Fourteenth ward because tlioy hart not attached to the returns a specimen of the ballots .voted, and contended that the board were sove reign and Independent, and that they hail been created for a special purpose by the Iisgislatnrw of the Mate Y ou are, he continued, only to act according to a high >ense (it your duty and your dignity, and according ?lso to wtiat ymi conceive the spirit of justice demands. If you ranva-s a man into office who tuts a plurality of certified vot*s, being satisfied that those votes are frail riulent ai.d void, the difficulty is, you canvass into office, a sheriff or a corporation counsel, It may to-, who has no title to it, while you are at the same, time convinced that he litis not, soil you ieate the person, who you tlnnk is morally entitled to it. to go without. rii?- courts have nmer snhl tliat the Board of t'onnty Canvassers cannot go behind the return, although I say we don't ass you t> <10 so?*11 we ask is that you w IU | lace yourselves lit a position In which you an ju-'gu on your responsibility, as moral men, to count the teturns and determine m* n the certificate* sent in first, whether they are th certtfi . a'.es required by law, and then, whether the on* candi date or the other is entitle 1 to his election. Now, In regard to these Bauds. bOW do we stand 1 don't know whether gentlemen will uiiak It advisable for tliem to indulge, in the cuuiV' of their remarks, in any rellection* regarding the fal-lty and frivolo:i*nes* of those chaiges. '1 hey may do so, but I suiunit, that has nothing t>< do with It. We charge the fratuls. and they say th?y shall not be Investigated. Their answer is ex acdy in the natuie of a neuiurrer?they say, although these frauds exist, you cannot investigate them. Now, will that be satisfactory to the-e men' Will it be satis lactory to this community Can the right ot uvcreign'y and the elective franchise lat subverted in this sort of way? f raud is alleged and proof is offered. Now, they don't deny the fraud but they deny 'he right to bring forward the proof. If I were a candidate for office, and had any principles of honor, 1 shou'd hardly cons'-nt to hold it, if elected under such circumstances. 1 bar*, howtver. to say tliat the"- frauds are charged, and the* are not denied but we are stopped short, and told that they can't he inquued into, that th* Board of f'aunty Csnvas-ers have no right to look into these returns and say how they have been ceucoctgd and made up, that if they see anything contrary to law on the lace of the returns, they cannot throw them out, and that they will not receive evidence of a fraud in those re turns Ah we ?<k is that th?y will do this. Mr. IAIHEV7S) B. r'llKPARD, the Corporation Counsel elect, replied as follows:?Mr. President, had the time twen given to me by any eort ot a notice to retain counsel in this raae I should hate made such retainer; but I have had no opi*irtnnity of consultation with any |Wrnn?no time to examine any nuthority?not a moment for re flection, and I am here ta pre-ent toy own case, and that alone. I shall have to rteiiend. therefore, upon soni ? very general recollection of the law applicable to this case. I he learned gentleman whohaa just I wen heard, has, in my Judgment, considered this case without any sort of refinance to the statute it wlf, ami without that eli mination which he should have made of the actual lowers the Ih-ard are entitled to exercise, lie ha* said it would be improiwr for yon to permit Triad to pass un punished and that yon were to review tra id wherever you could find It. Now. ] shall show you that there are other tribunals?constitutional tribunal!?for the pur pose ot examining these fratuls, and that a mere a - -uinp tion of anthorfty whatever wouH be an unwar rantable violation of law?a step towards anarchy. Now, let us take an observation and see what 1* the question before u*. A protest l*^pre?ented alleging that many of tha districts in many of th" wards were Irreg i larly and illegally canvassed. if thl* case involved five dollar* it would I* required that the particular fraud should tw specifically ct urged but there U no specific charge of fraud here, and 1 and the other gentlemen are to be brought here to mewt a ch*rg? wht h m<gh' be made in any newspaper. tVhy (a It not stated that there were such sari such Iran 1- in the count' but there is no thing except, a mere general allegation ot fraud, no affl davit presented. no evtrtence ottered, and ve are eiiwct ed to meat each an ind. : nbc, vague and utterly uncer tain allegation. In every civil case that may be trie1 In this Mate -ticb an allegation would be utterly vol I. sr. 1 every man here knowejt. The gentlemen on the oth*r side would not question it," and yet it Is npposed P. tw stitkei enliy definite here. It is rharg- 1 that the ins|*?c1ora tisv? committed gross frauds, and yet tbe-e Is nothing 'pe find to enable them to meet a charge whl- h ruts to the very quick. Now one or two words more In referenee to thi? protest. Tbe gentleman has Inv ked the ?p rlt of the election law. without saying what that spirit is I shall al-o Invoke the spirit and the clear letter* of tliat Isw? letter* so hnstd and distinct that he who runs m*y ran !. he said be did not want to go behind the return he wsnted to **!k into them?to u w bia elas-ical phra'e, into the bowela of the returns " I d .n't kn >? what tt at n ? sn*. except a* a fignr* of speech. If he unl-r takes to show that there estre freu.fs - n the psrt of the d.atrlf-t in*|s-ct. i?v how can he how them ev-.-pt by f bg hehlad the refaina, Wimt is gjiug lab> theft turns?walk into a bundle ofpapers, it in simply *TB^uBlrfiOn that certain tiling have mo dose that are' wot tn the returns. 1 wUh that you had the power to investigate the legality of the matter in dispute, bu If you nave not the power, I thank God there is a Court that hat, and that U the Supreme Conrt. Charges graver than these were made last year after tho election, but they were aot carried to the Supreme Court, when tho Board of Canvassers refused to go into them. You, gentlemen, know well that the whole law of elections Is derived from the stat ute?you know that the statute centos three Boards of Inspector*? that is. the District Inspectors, the County Canvassers and the Stslo Canvasser*. In this city there is a Heard called the Hoard of Ward -Canvassers esta bli.-hod tinder a special statute. Now, my first argument addressed to you. is derived from the powers of the Wind Inspect ore?they havrf the power to receive ihe ballots; to cuorass and compute these ballots; to make out teturns and send the v to you. You have uo power to receive a ballot, to make out a return?y.iu have i mly j si we i to receive these returns and can vass according to law. The Uoard of Ward Canvassers exercise some judicial powers?that is to say, they determine, en evidence, wlie her a man is entitled to vote. Now. it is claimed that from the deci sions of these Hoards of Ward Cauvassers you shall have an appellant jurisdiction, and that without a single au thority in any statute or decision on record The power given to the Hoards of Ward Inspectors is given tiy stat ute expressly and directly. Ther are to determine the question who lias a right to vote; and while power la Civen to them to do ao, none is conferred on yon. And it i proper that this should be so. The Hoard of Ward Canvassers hear evidence?that is, they swear a man as to Ids tight to vote. !)> you hear evidence, or can you * Certainly, not. Where Is yeur process of subpn-na to procuie Um> attendance of a witness? You are utterly [towerlius in that respect. But my I 'lauds on the 1 other side might any you can product evidence. Why, you Ijiiow that affidavits are taken in any trial, and for this reason, that the powar of cross examination inay be accorded to the other si le Cross examination is in law considered the safeguard of truth, and of rights which are the subject of litigation. Are you then in any sense to be called a tribunal to deter mine this question? a tribunal without the power to ex amine. to HubjHi-na or altacy witnes.es? Alter you are constituted the original statement of the canvass in eacli district shall then lie produced, and from them the Board shall proceed to estimate the votes of the candidate, and make such statements thereof as the nature oi the elec tion may require. Huch statement shall then be de tivered to and deposited with tiie County Cl-rk. You are to r.anviisH these in accordance with the law. My learm-d fiicnda on ttie other side say von have no right to go into them till you investigate w.iuthei these candi dates have done their duty, an I have behaved themselves pr0|>erly. Another section of the law with regard to the Board of County Canvassers reads as follows;? In such statement*, the whole number of rotes given In each tow 11 and district, lie- names of the candidate, and the number of votes given to each, shall be written out in wo: da at full length. Mr. .Sjih'arii also read the following from the election law:? K'.irh H'a'nmi'nl shall lie oerttlled as correct, and attest# 1 hj the signatures ol ihf chairman ami secretary (it the Hoard, anil a eo|iy of cacti Lima certified anil attested, ahall be liallren*l to the ( ouuty Clerk. In lie recorded in hla office Upon the stale uienl of votes given the lioanl Khali proceed Ui dcierininn If, upon proceeding to canvas* the rotel, ft ah.ill clca'lr appear to the ranva*?er?, that In any statement produced to thorn, certain mat'er* arc omitted in such atatement. which should have hew Inserted; or that am- mistakes which are elertoal merely, exist, they shall cause the statement to he sent hy one ol their [iurnl.er f whom they abail do jute tor that purpose,) to the town or ward Inspcmora, and town or war ] earivaase.-* of the town or ward from whom they were received, to have the same corrected; and the said canvassers so deputed, shall tin mediately proceed ami give riogbo to the said town or ward In spiecloi* and canvassers, wboseuuty it shall tie, tortliwlth to assemble together and make such eurreo'Jon as the facts of the case require, 1/tit such town or ward Inspcc' ,r. alt 1 canvasser* shall noi at anv such meeting chance or al'rr luy decision be fore inn le hy thorn, hut shall only cause their canvas* to he correctly stated and the Hoard ol t'onnty i'anraaaers are an thonzed to adjourn Irom day to day. forth* purpose of obtain Ink and receiving such slaicaieut, auch adjournment not to ex tend la-yond three days The office of this Board, continued Mr. Shepard, Is purely a ministerial one. In proof of this he cited the case of exparte iieath, .'I Hill. 47. and in the course of his argument quoted from the following authorities :? People and Cooke, It Itarhour. av.t, 'jvi, 2*7, m t Bel dan. M). Ml. I'eople vs. Itrlstol and KetisellaervUle Tulip Ute Oo., 21 Wendell, 291. People V*. Van Hlyck, 4 Cnwen, .121. Kipirte Strong lit) Pickering, 407. I'nop ii t* Ttsdale, 1 Dong ass, M. Hrowcr vs. O'Hrlen, ('arler, 421 The People vs Van Hove, 1 Manning. 102 linker vs. York County Commissioners, 21 Maine. 491. Mayo v? FreeUutd, 10 Missouri, WW. Klectlou Statute of IS 12. H, 14. 11,0, 10. In eoncluMon, ssid Mr. Shepard, let me say I have too high an opinion of this Hoard to thiol, that, even if the clamor out of doors were louder than It Is, even if armed men stood shout this hull, this Board would he swerved from Its legal duty. I do remember, upon one occislon, an important rase which shook the city to ila very fotindalion. I mean the care of Rxpn 'e Ileatli?when It dlil so happen that the three j dge- wro all of one party character?It did so happen that the question arose in reference to a ward, a'smt the ordinary majority of which theie i ould be no dispute, and yet I* did ao h .ppea that the law was vindicated. The courts are open to every man, and there 1* no ne"i>--lty for making the Board o' County Canvassers arbiter*. If thl- 1< done, attd the Board is made an arbiter, iu every election a party spirit must rule and justice fire away. Mr. Wm. Curtis Soves, who appeared on behalf of the contestants, followed Mr. Hhepnrd and spoke in substance as follows:?It is not pro|ier, sai l lie. for luy learned friend who has preceded me, to deny that there is any necessity in proving the existence or non-existence of tram!, or lor us to come here. Fraud Is offered to lie proved in reference to conducting the canvass, in refe rence to making the returns, and for the purpose of as certaining whether you have a right to look into the charge-which have !*?? n made. The counsel here re vicwi i the authorities cited hy Mr. Hhepard. and th'ui proceeded ns follows-?Suppose the poll list of a dis'rict contains for a particular candidate 222 votes, ati I no more, and it tut n* out upon examining the statement brought, 1 ere that he has JfiO?cannot lliat tie corrected' Will any g"irt|eman say that it canno f I appro ond ti it. Well I might go on an I supp are ft great instiy other ca ???<, not fabulous ones, either, hut wirat I have a'mri'ian' prisif of?and can't they tie corrected!" Suppose another carte, which I- not merely an Imaginary one -uppo c the Inspectors have made one set of returns, and tiled tneui in'Ire f lerk's office, before they made a second return, and gave them to 'he Supervisor*, an! those returns showed a discrepancy of live hundred rotes between those hi ought by themselves and the rtupervisom'; or suppose they go voluntarily, or at the suggestion of a Candida's, to the < lerk's office and take hack the return, arid the;e is a ? iff?trnce of some four or five hundred vote* when they come to tile a new re'urn?% tiring tli- y hare no authority to do, b"ca'i?o their power is spent, after they hare m?d? the return*?will it Ire pret tide ! litis Hoard under the?e circumstance*, cannot I e?k int-i the matter 7 Cuppo*#, io reference to a particular ward, there are no II list* filed In the ofliee arid we show that tha real foil lists were five hundred vole* rhort of the returns, and suppose were to i ffer to produce the original poll list, would this ! Board shut It- eyes to the fact that a gross fraud lied been committed!" Now, in most of the cases, | should 1 suppose the evidence would be found In the Clark's of- j tlcc, but there is another c??<\ an t that Is 'tie ab?eu-e | of the poll list. In every rese of this description, and In ? very analogous cu-e. the guard* thrown about the a cerfenrment of the result of an election show it wi In tended to rotifer upon this Hoir-I the highest an! tnoet iespontftile duty, for thedpurpose of showing that the In spectors cannot do snything which would lie a fraud upon the election return*. It comes to this que*ti n : whether, under th# fifteenth section of this law an !|th" geteral lowers Implied In It, vnn are not authorized to Inquire into the verity and the authenticity of these return- Whether yon are not suthsrin | t? inquire as to their having been honestly made an I honest ly brought here. end whether they express an honest result. Die law I* not to fie narrowly con strued. It Waw made to promote a great public oyject? th* expres-ion of tbo will of tbw people honestly not only In the bnllot ftr.x huf the return* thet are made. ,tnd bwiee no narrow or contracted ojilni"n* are to apply to it. It only teqoiie* a free and proper judicial spirit in I's interpretation to carry out the intention of it# fratii'-rs. It is A?Id tha* this Bard hare no means to aseerti'ln all these facts hut that I deny They have three vahiaftl# sources of information?thst e*te*frtg in r'ght, that existing purely In the office, and that which exists here; and 1 say In addition, th'-y may go Ijehfnd that which relate* to th* authenticity and accuracy of these returns. They have a right I" ??? that the pier sons who are permitted to vote did Wot' that th'dr votes were counted, sad that the return expresses the truth of that count as made To ascertain this th'V hav a right to go into an examination ot the h< t*. Vh*y hav sot only ? right to look Into the truth of these return? but It is their dutyto do so. In th* exercise of this great power tbey may swear* witness tor the purp >?* of e*r*r talnicg the trxj'h. We propose to take the return* themselw, to eon.pare them with th* authentic mi-mi 1 rial* of thl* election and to show that frauds have been committed whlrh vitiate the election of those who pre tend to have ts-en duly and legally elected Tula l< what we prnfios* to do. and we submit that thia Board u11ki.' 'opwnilt us to do I'. | At the ( lose of Mr. N'oye*' argument the Board ad journa>l till eleven o'clock this morning. Court of Ciolnia. Trtsmv, Nov. 13.?The court met at II o clock. The Judges were all present. 7.. Collins Is# is,, of Baltininr*, appearel, an! ts sworn an st my of ill* court. In the ea-e I ? rown, the court ordered the taking of testluo try 7 hi- la a claim for damages arlsiug out or th* violat' n by government of an alleged - intrant for firnishing a certain number (>f brick to he used ia the C( nstrue Im of* fortltiea'fon io Alabama Application waa made In the ei<? ot I*a?c . Bowmun fi r the Coart to make an order upon the Interior depart

ment for rartain pispier*; which ws* grant*!. Also, in the e*'# ol William T. l'nic#U, for puipers from the ill ?? of tb* Third Auditor uf the Treasury which ws* grantel. Til* argument In the ease of Bohert Hob*; la (adjourn ed < ver from yesterday, ww* rasumed .y Mr. lavm wh'- concluded his remark# at one o'clock and '.he c?*e 'a* submittal for th* decision of the Court *< to whe'-lsev set .m o) h* taken or not. p In tb* rase of A. 0. I'. Nicholson Ta j., the claimant appealed lor hlm-elt. It Is s claim for m ;mr eei," addi t|r nal rompensath n under thw joint rwaelaUoM uf <>?n gress approved Jaly 20, ItM, entitled, 'Joint resolntto* ? fix the compensation of 'h# "uploye* ,,, ? be lagtsialiri parmeet -f tt ? g vernment kr Th# msio i<n th ii Inve'ved In this as* Is, whether < ng-e- iatsu ed I y the l?T grisge ?r I I" y* I In that resolution ts/ l*enrfits in the Buhlle punters ,rl?or ' lows!, andhed net OOoela V? ' ' 1 AiWVAL OF THE PACIFIC. ONE H'EEK LATER FROM EUROPE. Extraordinary Excitement in En^lani Relative to the Threatened Rapture with the United States. Wnuoref ?r. Buchanan's Withdrawal, and the Rumor Denied* MIRE SHIPS OF WAR FOR THE WEST INDIA FLEETS. (jfQ Simpson Superseded by Gen. Codrington. \ ADVANCE IN COTTON. rurAsroxAi* ArrAi&i. \ t IMPROVEMENT HI CONSOLS* ? Ac., Ac. rt? Unfed state* mall steamahip Pacific, Captain Vy* ^mli^pc,, about 2 0.clock ,f,ofSaiurJ, '2 k paawngirH, arrived at thin ,vort 8 o'clock yesterday mining. ?-J-Sr * 3,; ?'clock Sun<1'J moroioc, at 3 A M n !lVZ 'Vl'P0ol> N,,t- 3- ?l 3S I'. M., 4th, at 3 A. M., passed the C'aiada ten mil.., above War, and arrived off Uglgehip at3 A. M., Nov 16 The gmtoat ..element proralled In Knglaud. am.un ???? ? "? "? ? ? ?*' ??""? The I/Ondon Tim^ In a aerie- of malicious editorials started the .object,which, exaggmated t,f the provin' rial p..M, speedily |tt?ined *uch dimension, tluat extra, were issued nnnou#ing that the American Minister had demanded hi* paJfrnrt*. The utmost a.wVhment and regret were excite I by the announcement, and energeUe, protest* were beard against the goTernnaot forcing the nati.,n Into ho .lau gerou, a a nr. Our Liverpool agctt te|eg,aphed to Mr. Buchanan the American Mini.ter, tho promptly and courteously sent blm the (ollowing exjlicit contradiction of (he rumor _ ?f .??B-.-sasiia. The agent, not leeltg at liberty to make uae of thl? Information, gare It l0 publicity in England, where, a, yet, the rumor of a rujiure remain* uncontradicted. A report come., by way of I'arl., that itu*?ia ha* granted letter* of in*.|tie to some American ship* n* privateer*. Tlieie i* nothing o| importance from the seat of war except that the Aliie. woe in expectation of an ntttack from the Rum-lan*. It I* unlikely, however, that any further operation, will take place thin *ea*on, a* both aiuile* are making preparation* for the coming winter. Some trifling *ucc?,*i? have been gain-d hy the ff,eet*, which hare n?>w smiled fr>*Ard* t he Gulf of IVrekop. (.en, Codrington ha* mcelved the appointment of Com. minder ln-f hlet of the HritiaH army In the Crimea, |n the place of Gen. S'iin;>M<iJ. The London Kaprm, -faking of the new Commander in-Chief sny.:_ tbe'n'e"1 k ?u officer emphatically of the Prevent generation tie ente ed th.- ar.nV in I receiving hi* first <rm,mU*ion a. ensign in tire Cold rV" uV "h'.ine.', a Colon-ley in l?4d. and wn - an. to ll J"r 'I""" ?"? "if i? believed to be noraewhat under W and be ha- -erved with tire artoy in the ti tineii from the moment of it* Umiing. According to Vienna letter*, the Emperor ofKuula wa* de-lrou* of holding a personal interview, at some place on the frontier with the Emperor of Au.irbi King of Pru.* *1*, and pr-oaMy other potentate*, with the view of coin ing to ac*n on icr tending for the eonelu.lon ofpeaot. Ihe Kaplan* in the Crimea have coo,tructed ? road aer. *. tbsl'utri.l Sea, corumunieatiog with Sirnpheropol. ?ud by th, road *i.ppiie? and reinforcement, may reaeh their camy I'l He 1010 British soldier* wounded in ihe a*<?nlt on the lie,Ian MM were .hot or .tabbed through the cheat Of Upper |art of the body. lb- ner* from A,ia i* .lated at Kar* to October 1 I izerournitth, Treblxond Uth, and Sam sou a 1-th. Ac' cording tothese, the ltu**iaii* had made n . a-ault on Kar nlncitheir repel** by den. William*, but they con tinue,! to Ooekade the city rlo?ely. Cholera wa, making havoc in ti, Russian camp, an I bad appealed In Kar*. Otner Carta bad hi* headquarter, at Soucbum-Kale, and wa- concentrating hi* troop* preparatory to march ing Into Ikorgiu HI* army w >? but 8,0.0 atrong at the * '"ll rcln'orreinent* have nee been ?,-nt from '(.naaotinoj la and the Crimea. lord shnley, farl I'crby'* son, ba* Ireen iff-red tho Cob n al -den etary ship. Lisbon ktt.fr* state that th? Portuguese government h? proloigeil Ihe pel 1*1 for free importation of wheat into it* psrt* to June 30. I860. Hie difficulty between Kranee and Naples i. nettled. Among the pa*e.sg*,? Utely arrivedbytbem.il steam er la Plafc at Southampton. Kngl.nl, were tJen. Helxu. of Bolivia, on ? tour, and the ,,..g,u Won, Jean BapUste I ? r*iier, appointed to rrf re?nt the empire of Jiayti luring tb? terri|Hirary abnence of the JUytien Minister at London. I.en. Canrobert li?* gone on a iwl iai**iim to ?toek holm. A* Admiral Durula* i? also th?e it is ?urmlo-d their mission is t? obtain permission for the allied ff-ct, to winter in wedi-h pert*. Victor Hugo, with hi. son, and th..** who signed ti e recent prote,t of th- Trench exiles, have beta expelled from the Channel l-lan Is. It II said that l/?rd Harding* la aViut to re-lgn the command in chief of the llritlsh army and will b? aue. CMded eilli.T by the Duke of Cambridge or lord Swaton. cir Hamilton Seymour will be epjednUwl Minister to Vienna. Speaking . f the treaty lately concluded t^tw. ea .V?p|,.. an t th* 1 nited Stale*, a correspondent of th" l ond a Ann writing frota Naples on October 26tlr, say* ? I mentioned in a went letter that Mr. (rwen. the I nit Mw OMtftHtwtl'o^' *'"l*a?T.d U. loin-lure in the new tnaty 1^ his government end U,at of th- two -iril e, en aiticle in !??.,r of th. extension ofths rs ig . u. prlvR, ge. ?f bu ,eUow cili/#r), ,t compietelv Ceiled, end Mr. Owsn, I understand ?ke,| PJ^ w*? e.er * fcrelgner persecute I In tbU country for hi" ?L x (rtH)fM Of tb? mOMt flftt iik> TlsilATirm ' V?r the conscience* of Neapolitan .abject, aod f oe nao-. of puai.bment in certain gt ven ease* Tliatnited ffute. veseelt th* Ong-es. aad tb* Sere "d, m.:;"1" v.sas:^r vi.It, I have .pertained, ta.; ?? J , ^ ,uu. n, ,,r fcer# before th* ar.nec ha. suit*) our p*,rt several times 'un-i Hie Wlldera I'enn, Amerlcer, steamship, from 'Iar? lies for Kemie ch, has been aground at OaUlpoll S.nce Or tolier 14, ami waa discharging Tha IJvsrpool not too market ha. twen more-heerfui lunng the vwk, w,tl, a partial adv.,, . ?f one fai.b, ? Sales, 86 (On bales. w b'-at 2d. lower. Eloay wrtiingal (>>-n fid. d-*rwv Provision, unchanged Consols, 88 a 88)4. Money unchanged Freight, dull Onr londes CorrHpnudenre. Isixisit Nov. 2, 1866 Eri/'/ieM "ntl (A- f.'rr i'~l AOlfcs?/'i.'.V / ? I so; ic /,?ip)<?suf ? TV.fotiswl /sues?H inlrr ?* it, 'Vimsi?TV P- .-/w V rderptip ifc Jr. Tb* topic which chiefly engr .saee the .Mention <A the public at th# present nx-men* is the misunderstanding? If It may hn so called?he'wenn the gorernments of k-og land and of the t'nlted tales H>. disastrous an .rent as 1 war between the two nountrtee wtli, It is ?,. he hopwd esrver or,rr.n to pas. It would hn equally di-as'r .? 1 both par'm* eonenrned, and rmly serrs the nterssu J Dsn autocratic pownrs of i.ufop* Hot it Is not for ms to examine Into the p?uivs of e-irnplalnt which ex. , are pmeuinnd to wxUt, on th* part of 'he gnsnrii cot u' tbn Vnttnd Fta'ne, hut rather to state m #r the p* >* feeling in Ke gland t? on the subjnet 1 bav- ' cs- -*1 xrt'h t) ? test Informed aoth rltlns on the sab, '?! bat otj* opinion preve.U, via., that a war with the ri h-etea woulA be* grant rsliel'y and 11 * b ff >b government k not to blotter In th* matter n >eh a? every step wn? taken to preven' mam tlng n ? t, i gtnte* a- >oon M Ifc* hag -?u 40 *.a .no e ?o* ae?r* tha' It w.ia dieagrecable to tt? government at Washing tao. Tlie next polu* of Intere/t tit Kuropeau newa to the United Htxtea ta lbe queati in of the Hound duea. I Men tioned in i> Inrniiir b*t1 or that tho Ihtnieh ginwint had turned it/ eeitone attention to ihn matter, and that iu all probability a congt?a weold \? held at Ooprahn geu (or the eetUemeut of a qne-tton which implied no thing ten* than war between the ( mted -tatea and Den Uta h on the one elde, and a dcclara'lion, on the other aide I y the maritime I'owerit of the world, to reiuaa to pay the - old dip ?, iii caae an exemption etniuld lie made ill favor of Amertcmi veaael*. An important Htalo paper on the auhject haa ju-t lieeu issued by thu Kan I ,li g-v. reittoient From the aeat of war there i* no further new*. Win tv ti c'ltumenced in tlie Crimea, and for the next hire ranitOia little or nothing will be dune. It ia tine kinhurn and Oczaknif, which may be rtyled the nutwoika of Chorion and NikulaielT, are in the ha nda of the all lea, but it in eoarcely p-i-nibie to follow up thin Miere/a during the inclement aetiaon. Tin- Kua iiine n.ly evacuate the (->1111(41, and retreat leiaureiy on I'etel op, or they may atreugtheu their (ortilicationa on the north aide. The vacancy canned by the death of Hlr Wm. Mohw worth baa aot yet heen tilled up. The candidate/ are 1/rd Mgln, itobert Lowe, Frederick Pool and I/ord (Iran* villi* THE THREATENED DIFFICULTY BETWEEN ENGLAND AND THE UNITED STATES. More Nhlpa of War for the Went India Fleet. 11 i on I the I/indnri Chronirle, October m l The ecri-w block-hip Ituaeell, HO, Captain I ram-la Hctt, ha- Pi en taken out of ttn- ateam hapin 'I hi* vaeeel, the lliiake flu, Captain k. Otiimanncy, and the Moating-, Ml. Cap am K ti. r an-bawe are rworlhl to In* refit ting wl'ii ah d/epatcb to follow their aider ahlpa, the Cornwallia aad the I'emliroke, to tho IVeat India aud North Atnari * mi* idntion. T If duellingiiikI tin- Hrr rnltnient Trtalw?.The W?K???? ?>f ut Hi'UhIii la hr Vlutltcutrtl. (Trow the l-ondon Tini"*, Oct. Mo | The recent arrival- from tin- lulled (state* tiy no means tend to relieve the uneasy leeling will) regard to the re lation- between the two countries, tn which we g?,o ut terance a few day* ago. I he documents upon which we give fresh intelligence an to the state nf feeling of the American governuient towards n< at tub* critical moment me the instruction! of the lion. Caleb lu-hmg Att irner (.moral of lh? Unite.) ,-tato*, to the District Attorney of Philadelphia. ).i. hi these p*pers w<> learn many thing* which are strange to Knglish ear*. They purport merely to tie it atrurtimis a? to the conduct of 'he trials of |ier hoik, chuigetl with recruiting for Hie militia aerrfcc of (lieat Hiitani, hut they are fratnetl In a tone nnd a apirit which -how that they were intended for other eye. than throe ol the Dl??rirt Attorney of Philadelphia Me iettrn from theae leltera tiiat the "Ameriran govern Uient baa addreaaed to that of (treat Britain aurh do. iiianda of public redress and sail faction In the premisus an the national honor require*"?the premise* being the I recruiting lor the service of (heat Britain And we for. flier learn thai the government of (heat Britain liaa do c la led, in answer, that It gave strtugeut instruatloiui not to violate the ninniefpal law, and we further learn that the Knglisli government ha. expressed it* regret it any violations of the municipal law of America have taken blare. These thing* furnish an admirable text to the learned Attorney lieneral. who proceeds to poor oil on Ike troubled water*, hy suggi- ting that the Instruction not to violate the municipal law of the I hil-i Nates I* a flagrant violation of their aove. leign righta, and double* the magnitude of fhe national wrong Infllrted u|cn them. In pursuance of this rhaiifnhie view, Mr. I nahing proceed* to direct thill the British Con*ul -hall not be allowed to interfere ill the trial, that no letters from hirn shall he read, e< cept In due course of evidence, and no statement from liim lie udmitted, except in the character of a witness for the defence. Me hate nothing u> say against such direr tioo* as contributing to (he tegular and proper conduct ol a judicial investigation. in lid* country we believe no such direction, would he necessary, be<-,u*e n? of whatsoever position or station, would lie allowed to in terfere with Die due and orderly administration of Jus US' But the reason givu lor this direction is needlessly and, we touch lewr, purpo-ely offensive Ilia Consul la to lie excluded twin taking part in the trial le-csuse he is Hohjovt Us the suspicion of a brooch of law. which has not Indeed, been proved, but which this high law officer ??MUnr. agatn-t film a* already e*talillehed. Kvery British Consul is, according to him, a criminal in cm. or iii j mi. and is to he urate 1 accordingly. l-iich I the official re. erte, sin h the graviir and deco rum maintained hy one In a ho?.- hand* i. place-1 the grave ami horior.ihie (?s|Minsibility ol directing the adonols tratlon of the taw in the great Pepub'ie. It i, melancholy to think what g-nvo interests may be compromised and what serious danger* wantonly ri la: hv this studied insolence nf derm anor ai I Inti nipt ranc# of language I In mir ide we (car nothing, for wo ate quite sum that our relation* to the i ui ..il tale* will he den tad upon cairn and lust i li*as of , ignily and Interest far dllferent f>< ?? Mo. rinirv nti I fs.nvrous pu-usu U'hirK Mr. t'u-hi *./ A.i* it Ai* '-on tn eg.. But wo remeoilier, n- ' williout me I Ign .- Ol Sidinitude that t1 / .. i a.si/o< th f m/i'l is in fA- fata ' o "imu. ? ,/ ../ un . .a. .. ti, iiJwinni mill. , o/ o iiirririt wlh itxrm -i c-, ? thi Atlanh' I t'urniiii/' lu I.rtill fhi' tiri md moot of win tn ate etiniiiu ndiil.ly and iraai-uaMy jealous of any affront offered to their In dependence ft la very natural that ?u<h men having but liltb* lime to liey. te to tea-log or inquiring for themaelve. ahnukl fie lull of indignation and Jeal<m<y wlieu t) c v are told, upon Die faith 'if the li gbe.t legal authority In the government, that a friendly Power in* viola led th sir law and ? oinmltted a i) *t. malic ?ei ias of outrage* agait ?t tin r In * (.< ti * nee. VV? may le-lf. vc and jcriiaps they theuis.-lres bahev Dial Dice- . barge* ???? made without any serii u? intention of producing ho* tile relations wPhl-na' Di'sln. but childly withtbevlew of Inttuem.it.g li e Presidential election of ik'ei, f,ut, neve tbeh -s, 'hi ace,-at ? n do- - it* w ok arid the ph o l!u? slsn portion of th? * provided wi'b a fre*b text for 'h'* llii'o e upon wiilch thev aie never weary of ifescanting the fiwltngs of th" multitude are embittered sol * chn nlc s ate of discontent is ere,ted, which only too h rely p spare- 'ha (infill- ulnd for tie- edotla nf tii -e polltt' al wcendlaria who are never wee I y of endeavor lug ?o divide two natl us who ? .Is .? ? l*ng ia?e iu-tHutl?n*, and interest all point to th" e!'""*t un ty and c moid Bui while wa bate thus felt It .ur duty to court our w] njijircliitii ri nf th- iti/tiiihmnlorf I'll i .n.i* . ren/oy ./ h i U lushing ve ronf- -? a ilh great regi'st that ?" *'e unthh to eve tb" conduct of oar g,,r, qmrnt in this rnattar Me aia quit" -ure t! it tv thing wa- further from th" in tenth ns nf th" f ngllsh Ministry than to do anything ehlch might sound the susceptibility of American clu *?n* or lui|eili th" go**! understanding t.e ween th" tv eountrlea hut like men intent on a ( eat object, they. id not Siiflicfen'jy i "gird the difflcnltlee and danger* I ha' lav n Die Way ??( WMMWyiilhMtl They felt how important it wa* to obtain In tin -horl-st j .ulbietime .netf-out koce With which to carry on (he ear agalmt Puasia. Tnev ' new how large a number of periem* there are in th*- I'nited ta'ee always ready to "rig*go in any desperate enter pile* and they na'orally thoujht that the Crime*might afford ae attractive a hattleliebi a* tor other. Probably also, fhey fe-iievcl tlmt the free would syrnf-a'hise with the neuee of fre.-dom and dreamt I) tie either of fba at Itnlty which ereras to tiist tie' seen democracy and dea "citlsro or th" evtrerne jeaiousv excltal by what is errned .n America th- unnatural alliance Iwtseeri hr* land and frame Hut all tl ? Do gl. if may et'enuate. dice not, in our ' pinion ex u? Die conduct nf the British v ternn ent In snt* iing on a cmrae of ."io n >o hkelv to rn, >e the Irrlta! le *?> Wptiblllfiea of thv A nerb-an people and to afford an opportunity for those who only desli* an occasion of raiaing lh?ir own lmp*u tan'e at th" cifen.e of Die peace and erl'are of greet nation*, ft was not worth wtdie for the of a few recruite, more or leee, Ui rt*b even the I'lavibllBy of a rup'ur* with America or t.i stir up th a ? rgry rsg*s: u> whob sv-ern ever ready to a ?e, eve-, fr m a less Jo.'iftal !a cense It aae a falwi vtap, arel wa r? ' ice lo hear It has b"*-n rwtratled .So am nm nf bins ?r or mlsiepr escalation on the p?rt ,,( A me r Wan tatesrr.en -fta'l ??er In lure us tn nn "ate that which ? not in He If ;u? ids' le hy any soph;?*-y or wxtcn la tlntl Me must also express our surprlsw Dial the Hrttieri rtlj.l'ma'fc and consular age-its the I to lad Matee did not Iinm* ale.y l an-iolt f?, toe.r g rern ment such (nforrratlon as wontd af ori.e have gtven ? a propei own ae of the dang-r II w%. Incurring and >>?. ,g?,t these (0 advlswt attempts at enlistment to aa sps?.? a ri'we a* {..sill* if veif. 1 e er .r Ita beer, n.aite and fa r.y a'orcd for, and we can only h.,.? that tha large p op* r*i n f the cBlren* of the I r,n wh" I avi no | litgcai Interest p. ewrve hy fanni g Ban e. of discord between 'he two nation* will not perm ? 'h? un'owaid circums'socww that tiavu taken p a'e w> h" made In the hand* of d**ign ng men the meant of ('staring a spirtl of mutual and greuniW** b'-*tllpf ti# ha*e never b?s 'i*psef to yield wow point of national dlgnl'y tvany threats or reenm a' ? sveo' ftbe r*tata et'h wVt> cn ur nl>,. nil IA?n>r ssifsir fc. nsts'sls f. iemf/g rrtgfver ssr s*sgg w same nllh'Ass'h le-cg-.-i |s 1 mojhtf wis sssief asp mcis ur *?fli?S" Me so itrrmg ?msmak I', ssninniin right a loi tn ?via?o oxf* it, tr s*sl Is is (As tut rtwwl. But wa regard s-.ch a noursa eith aeMgns"! orrwnce and repugns', e sad a-' Ig'. iisMlsn l*i I in the nedera'i. n of a gsrti'Si at isast of ttw Amsui govsrnrrenl w> slid r?.r w 'k sei vsr* On ppke g'**t sen** of lier pe* ; la sft-1 the innomerah.'e rw?ng||. ng iafluenres that continually wetw's let ween as. Knglsiid ? ( sots of Unsrnl with (he CnltsH Htat?Veil'f Knlltrtsnrnl Rystsm asasf owr Mtfllees. m >? m'hel/i n T.rret Nov J,1 the war n lie Past fire* toot* on', and f^og'aod (miiiI he'sslf In new and onw o'-*d a l.t," w'th I raise ,n! ss e,?al!r vsv s'sd kost'll'r With Haseio, the* wo* OS Power from which *ta yse-efrset ?aeo ? ao-e* .f S yfktl wsnrs Wrty mmv ??u?f?r*.,ry ami ?|. - ai.er ?? than fr-rn Die l i i'ssf s'a'e. ' Ai e*leva I v* n thw Minister of the I ni- n In this mat'iy -,n ?** V't ? t ? fffftf WHM In t?jg ' -ypf lt*-r f l ?he ? at ine' of Wa*h:og*< n and the na'.W n ? -er w* rl ft pre. dee lie e|raesssd an apt re-hen* on aa V 'he d i rsH By wf o?r aulanra with rraSO .fad - w* a" Hy vlo i inl iM ?f IS re.it tha ovwrwK" i.ii* si'f'it ?' I.at willing to iimif aur quarrel their own, and iMI u- unit t hutiaatid* o( itiiut hoe-l* and bra wiry irmi, #0 ready to jiluc I* ?J vrt? the of the Kant, an to niiI* due the wildeim** **d |?<v?d thegunf for??Uof In* Went If the Vuy\\-,> govtr omen I trehaved Hie e an -mi ram**, a* we do not doubt the American Mtfciatei iMiiivtd then*. We < njuiot tee oimblf iM-rune them of m-linrju or cr* dulity. or cay that they adopted on doubtful authority# hliauge or improvable *V?vry. V* ?- it unhkely a ;?r? tr% that a nation whoae n??blc N?d it in that her ?<nl in th* choreti a ho !* of freedom, who*c every niiften id a mmMoii?ry affci*Mt the cree l of de potion, nhouhl warm tea KMitoui tiiiUitU'lMtu at a wat waged tot no nolle* riudlTe, hut to curb harbarou* line deuce and MtW lluope and Anta from Indng trample J under the heel of nu overbearing autocrat; W*. It likely that a population ruci utted anuuahy trout the hitter eat euvnite* of Hu?*ia a Inch han no often evinced a martial apirit, which aw* rued to He ohacurw conflict* tf the M? *'f?n war, and ha* "bed 1|n blood *o freely is natnele** Indian qnarreU, nhould *tand *h*d front a CO#* tent in which wot Id wide fano' wan to la? wun by hi are and a fair oc<a*lot> wan offered ?* making 4lfli0te ,??e can valor illuatrtoua In the van ?d % contltet, on the! hion of which depended the future da*ttauw of Hie hunias rare?' We do not think no, and th?*re|??r?, unfortnuat* an I he reault ha- been, wo cannot blame our irtlnlaiwr# that, in their urgent need of mem thev *?mgtt* 1-, avail tlniarrlven of the rtsuuie#* uf the Went, and t# tiira Into a legitimate channel the ir regular etiergien of the** aruetit *piril* which have api?utr*d no long to burn f?ur an ettferpriae worthy ot their courage. At the Nam# time the Hi it mil government, while ealahlMhiug do* put* for ftiiialment within it* own dominion* on Uui A in"r iren continent, gave the inont atringoiti order# (hat nothing nitonfd be done in the endeavor to obtMs recruit* to violate (he municipal low ??f the i Jilted ritate# ?a direction which with ail deference to the Americas Attorney Heneral aeeirin to ua U> *how an intention Is (import In tend of to violate, (he national no?erelgntjr aft the I'nirni However, it unhappily noon became apparent that tfcs American VfU>bt*t and the lirllUh government had alifcs BiiMakcn the dinponitinii ot our trannu'lnotic hrr threw. The n> uipntiilen ??f the land of freedom were found in great measure to he efiliated on the MMle of Kun*ia. Whcthm* it vkh aj<*aU>uny af the Irene 11 alliance, a ner.rel pathy with the apirit of lariiloriai aggreaajon whers vfer displayed, a tle-irr uvt th> jxirf of ths Mtufrg to iimntrriUt in fl uotu rj klufUr to fAcir donvtfo faWa lulurtle, <rr (Hal (Kt triih rrfufp'-n Ha l if?/? u/afoJ (A* I'm on v i/A (H?\r H*Ur"l "J lnyland we cannot aay, bat certain it i* thai account* begin ?ju??*dily to real* tht* country of the h? dib- Nptrll in wbieh our attempt* at teet tilling were irevived, and the pliiio IttiMNian ton# adopted, with a few honorable eicrpUune by the wind* Arnerii Nit iiieae, wa? but too ap|iafent The fmglUb gn veinnictil did not wait to bear move it bad Iwett mliing, and it haate-mil torefiacttU error. Order* were ha mediately dc*pat shed to Aauortr* to deoiNt from all at tempt* at r?cililting, ami to give no r?<!?o of arm ?yaaa# to the huh* ptibili'.ie- t.f tb? nation. in the nu anehll# the Ameii an government bad, a* well a* the ItriUafti, made it* ohftet vatiorta on the Nta'e of public feeling and 4a termined not to neglect the oppottunity of turning thai ftw ling to account In the (nteraat of the eomitig l're*idenUal election of lHf?n. l*r?M-eedingR were undiluted agaiaai peraona who )ia<l actec. or were *uj>p<M?<i to act, in Ilia in'eje*t of the Iriglieh leciuitlug iwrTtoe, ami Mr t'ra amp ton the moat popuUr u.uiiit??i who hu* ever be**?( a* Ciedited from thi* country to the Cabinet of Waiblngh*^ waa made the obJt? t of uj<tnc/Mur#d hImo?* and vitn|K*ra Hon At the *ama timv, Ilia American gove?nmettl fl? '-ite.l their tuiuUter in InmuIoii to make the atrongaat leprcai nfiitiofiN ax to tin- conduct of lireal Hritain, ai>4 to <)? m.iiid a dii<? ntiiiuniirr uf all endoarori at rr^eruiUrgg in the htate*. The Hrb-? h g v? ? nna nl nnawered in tte tie ??t roticiliatory tone that what wo defuamled had bees iihendy done, and offered ?*mj lanati ?n* on ih# nuhject, which proved p?i(ectly **ti*f*ctnry to tlia Ainrriran miutater, who could not hut rvwnrmbar his own ? i?iigmoe auticlpaHona of a contrary feeling, and as for a time the matter terminaU'd Hut tie Auicrtnas governii ent waa not *o caaihr *ati*flait, and returned U? the attack with a d?*p*<eh of wttlcb we will only permit utrehtN to *ay that it wa* ill cwiCoUie'l to re*i re gow4 feeili g between the two countrie# and by i ?v< fitting urknow edgnient of the rewdine?? ?V>vn by aisr mil)i?try to recall a mistake Itiui which they had te-ew as li.noeently l?<t. 7b (Ait tl?f}MiUk th* ftrUUH has rdum*?d n tnnprra/i, bvl turn awl lu/ntfifA r*i*ly immC Hom tor on* It* I Hii ilif4oiH*uy bp btrr^tf/tKnunc ?fi HVS iwdis ff**f vitl% thf iHipiOuil kavt armv I/rum (Ac ftaltn In 11 le paiiion RflairM now Nl*??d, and we ap|*ewl to tf?S C'tivirfion of r?ur reader* wlie*her thnwe t raoaa^ turn* 4# not di*cb' ?? on the part of our own guver nioent a mttrnX cnmniendabie Rpirlt of forbaarancw arwl mode*aiion, aw4 on t be part of the gov * r uinent of tha I bllel talee a te nlre to for? e a ?|Uarfol upon um at a |e?l d when we mag w? U I# auppoeed t<> ibo tic above ail thiug*. the nan Unmvm a of our present friendly relalioua We 4u mnt up pen I t<? our own ca ntryrneri tor ther** i? rio on? ia i j/glaiid who ba* any otl.vr f?*e]|ng to the I nit?d tatea wi.l 11.0V) that <>t ?mit) and go?*l will, t?r who would re ga'd a rupture with tharn a* other than a heivy ant grievoti* calairdty, U> be averted by *11 h< n r*Ul? (li* Afi* llut we Ap|>ea) to U ? ic [wctuM. lotettigent^ and v???Nlerate portion of the Americau ??.u.un?ui'y, wtimm loduence we are *otry to >ee not very a;?paretil In the pre ent proceeding ? of their govern meat wfodhwr Hoy will nubmit to rce the Alliance- rulgb* Mlm<*vt '?ail It the un lore-* bet ween the two nooRtrleN eo4au<ara4t nn l the VA*t lnter?',t? of * corornerre reripr'U vlly temefl ual, Imperilled f.?r the **keof obtaining a little p pulart ty for a j?dolral |?*rty at t Inftuenrtny in however Highi a degie< t|?* eb*?;?l??ti? of the c mlng ye*?. durelf -uom n.ftifi?r* a* the coutlnunnsc of a g *?! uiider?fanding l?# tween i rgl*i.d and Ametha ought to l?* t -o g rv?< f-w -uth h?wriI* * trilling We cannot d ?M Hi* I* in the fritted ?*?te-? a Iargf* numle' of perann* *t?o Hug vloor fr-uri the t' rrny c nflict* of j^dftl ;*| J.fr wt ?. are ret'noi Willing to ahari ! ;i the gvildaro'e of the v*-*?l ?W the tate In a ?. ?< ent m> nltsml Ute p. ml, t# a the rimh afid iff? n derate hand* wh rb ?r?? IriVlog t i straight upon tl ? breakerM. We tr tluit n# w rd n?*y fnll fr in tin t'? * ggrovste the It!"feeling which a. i .. ft ?,?? rtona rTy esrHed *?r t ? "tnbitter a '(uar'e| wbh h It In only due to our g vernment and people to w?y they i ?v* don* n thing to pro* ke m?4 rith bono ' do everything r. n*l*?*i * with honor U? ailay. Wa cannot 1*^^It-ve. itotwUhataudi g the . *tra ordinary language and '? r/*!-i'? * of thf A ' an g ????rn merit, that they ? an really wi?h to drive rni'ltrt to the eitfeffihy towa'dg aht? )i they Af *< r??" I-Hy urging them, but it U ?lar?g? rou* to ?p rt w>'h the * * *j?tf tulitia* of two brave and high ?pirttef flatten*; and lho?# who tie thu? eager m Jetting Olft tJie water* of fttllfw ? h< nld i cnal b r well whether they have -\-mg Ji ufli ' tent in ' lo?e the fl?* '.gate* tl ey have open**! Kum]w fnrruta ? Dltxiluilun of lilt I Hum a Kr?trl|(? U? houI'I llurry It. (bran, 11,a IrMnlmi Nan. N',r I W" ar* tailing no in o? to th" ? ?rM in aiaiing thai tba Ainui aim tkunaittltijiilitttl ?r ? "O ( liuTO fur ? ;?r or to> |? t baabhaaotii'iig in ,rotn| irurfa oint*.: OB lb* dl.ialoii .,(!?.? II Tha 'it barn -taiaa hatn hai n > ? a" n?ii ' tri Uitoatp.ii sort <tn? ft in thn 1 nton ahon anytb" g that Itey 'Iff not lik? >al<J <?r I' DO at Waoblinrton that tbalr p-?tii|rUlatt but for tilnr.ro ?'1 Ui alarm Ibr fnarolri nf ft| 'It, art |f'>tarn trrnt Hot wt.rn tha lliirth alter brig a?i>iniaal>iti to tha ?lotti nall'in r,f tho minority m ll.o ? uth ir/aa ? (mo 1/ !<? if in aln n w baiter tl.n I aion te rial!/ a 10-; lulno rmtramrrst "alng tlo mora! aarrr ?? II l.aa tofulial, II lo all Ifi tai ailAont lo nil I" ")', or it An-' fc>rto'oro f, ,ili i'ir xlai/TK'int, fit/ (A' I " m?r' brnaA i/. In itUnfifT, unlst' Us i"f? mmld a,frm io<t<f otj'" mm) to tr-.i oi?r '1.' rrnrp/." ~,jrr oti V inulrri i( now anvflui" lb* W a-t.iiwtT.ti nraija I or a of roraot plaint ' ha tiding* obi-ip mmo hum tl.r-fary lioart 'if lb# Inn ??'?ni; 'bo ?!t'g<r W ithin Ihlt n alb Uit Wtahla|t"a 'awa bM ? pr ai-ti Ih la. A'tor ta'atriig In a inaotlng ?t a. * Vnrh, an ! atpfftter at < Uarlm'' n Una rrntr.l popot ??;? Wo mi : i.?it rnfo*t ?ha' ?r ha?? to uflm rai'l, ttml wteo ? ft III' North nil Ibr N.u ? li artatiaf") a*'? ,r rail* otter. with I'Mlllca jnrtl?a In Uia I 'M ? arlu titer mo ?i' nal In thair "f(atiln>n?rm, Urn 'tji of ti>a In ten mrm nmaota-ily cutnterail Tho' l.rrlat . n if-r-ury, Uowbiit, Irtrl 'lt'||u( "in H> hnoillHy In U<* I n. 'i oteo I' ?rlr >? atea a to.,'tern jiajtr a?! rr; i?.!lat*r Uw Vim rfamiathn." H.a Nralk b'"r?>?r n-i North ?#'l?ual; I'/ffri r f a itMutb'* pn'lf than aim r u plain. . I vte trtaaiia, and ?( a> naa otter IMagr ohl-h ? buVli ? ?n|tf *?' h*f <ron tbraatr if .... .. ba ? it/'I'la ii? - ( fffrty r.jorla. ) anl"' lior ?oahaaat ha ail ror|<?*? in rotn^arloa oltb tte) s .rtb "no </f I no i rail r ur m.a f- at tptoi p>' <ha ?' ? .? an' ?<*???? la llta -p." i: |ia' t.'iltf ? f u.r (,1ms nt Um i* r o a 'ofat tb? r. t ' nal ,'?apr?l Tte r.ato bta'oa non,pitta -g ?ba . pptoot fi .f "a frro ".at'r ot.ila I ar ins la lb* >alt? i aatk it ttel ?? ?u|.iati,a ,j in Ununirar > t.nto ttej lia?? eai'."l ail " ?if y it.la ti rn 'o^luolng rf tba aaartai nil a- ? Wbata u,?y l ata te?n ha '?*, n I ?? 'mo ? 7 tte f,.luia . f U'lBfp a' r? t by 'ba . lor of tb? Ve rtb Tl.'j'? t?| ? n itet tte fiaa t'~ tip ri'b *4 f f-alr/iia, oblla Usj tbanata tar art innarl ' ha t.. a art In a .arnti n al If ? nr-rarpa* it.l*.-'Hy at ha ti.lo r jot, I' *; ftaroirh ??;- '. iroat tr? a. 'jlr?'? i; I li t htptxr. I.-; b- u' .rtt'o a*. - n r t, m It,, i. > ? i? iba Jp Ira Mlu i_, h p.b a ylaatetla* ?' >mt oitn fat no-.ai a ?a.. g,,Ji II :tf A!'?r j a;ii-f fan an.t Irarao at'h \>,o t ,,{ n hat !???<f t iap * tte t'Otb r. orp.a ti. H |l M' ? oailt ((? ?pro .r.t,,p S rtb a "PP'1 taha bar at U ..?/ Tte 8r?l ar r . ? ?.' *.< ??. naatrra a t.? bur.# ? ?? tb- ?,a*?U n ' a l'"lfB oar Tim | ? t ana ta r<ttaPh?t|; Cat rabb Ui tte itetlm T>i? ' tar'a Bat *rad tte fault; tr. rapfhtFr ta tba a*tjip4i*aa ui tbat elarr up la n- y - <?li; * ytte'trjinant in a tlafttpnUlm * ar? in lantl arol [ tter iatytpit a* alaoat t pp.n t, i? , pytte .lib tot tpow p. i? .ml I r .t a oi ?. tte oar r?. that a yrrat a.; p. at of < totel ?o?iit..r* i. top paaai Vi to lata carffppjte fnartet tbaa ?*aaL 1? MWM all. tba Iabteit at HapbippT' b * teo ? I t .iter* li tor tana to aa rit*M olteba ' l* ' 4 bah r; oill .b ft- .J I bit ' of* ir m (At tyoliii)Mhpa|- </> -I Bifc v 'V menu* Itut lit 'mull for U- | ? 'i o "f? n tmm? u- in r.,' art - ?> p-j'. p*o? l? b? -V '* ?*, ttr U ?? 'Ar -rpOMB"W <t a/"r|p? w W 11 tic ;. ; rorrooA ' Wl Uo r-f.n? Ja.'ift tte ?< i.U. 'I !?? r. 1,4 M.-? ' r ' br r'h o a n hot tr? Tai# oar ? Ih C'tjrtl? C l"!/ 'Vapbto tte I a oar oltb I tela I O'.ai t hi * i? ? tte t u rro trit a fa "? ar t? to ' rTiratl t Wh 'hi- tb* ttr i a kbab; t T' up l* ?(!???? thai tteff a?a .n* for h* if af "fpa' a tarh ?? g '*r'iO?r.ut ; p- y? pp 'ba (it rrX o to "P.. .ar rli to 'te orntgn o'.irb |a rj 'U?.< ' lp? ' ?? ? * ? tblni p., ' rt;.. t 'p. on* p a Tli s * .or* 'rtor ba<" o, i p, ru ? ir ",a '1,,,'im ?pp thai, tte/ ba' ta 'te1 4 lb I i ? ri- a lay !*?) r.' t?, tti ,i? Tte; aoo t*a a teatftl ???, '... tirti to tha ' ?*- ? iff <4 . pf a ir r <r> Of tariff 'latr Ualoo tb tte am '??! jft*a ? ?,h. tte; ' bi V< '.W .ft'*) v. at b-' te weeirt