Newspaper of The New York Herald, 24 Aralık 1855, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated 24 Aralık 1855 Page 2
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nairrn with the kwt emnttoa* <if the lluntw haart; th?j we r 'be m ni'mt-ni" wi'b wbfob p dished and generous Ml) n* havr always iWghb-d "call lu rmaetuoraooe lie saffeit g?, toils an-i Til '""" ?' then- taundera. Ibe Dsn cs o' the e-'ly lea- o * of the o?il mist" reeitlol fe mind by what '?l> >r? ? band nf exile* Mt*'ilwh?l tbsm-rlvs- io a remote eoutiDsn ; and amid th" -lung*? c f ,atags war'uie, ai>d an not h-d cll.iiaM, laid in the wi) tbe foundations of rellgi ma aud social iiulitu lims, cftUlsation, commerce and laws Kt -aprtiUa dmdt Anrr.i nunc nllm tj Ivestrlnua Uorrtdt (hunts. The f>iiii*iM toast* wsi o drank win the affaMioo, ?nriliallty and the spirit w hich the -ulj Kit* of them aud tbe cccasioo waie m w*II rali-iilcud t inspire: ? L The a> nlvercary we ce shra'e -the Vrthdav of a nation, f. New Rug land? he land ot our fathers and the aoit of Bbrrx; mat It ever be bapov and fro* 3. The ?"itv of I*-Tden?may 1' receive the gratliude of the anna of New V nglaud lor thf protec ion and ho-plta'lly aflorded ie Ikeir ?ccsiC'ts 4. The m'-niorv ot the n'ona men who. for conscience sake, ?ret I eo-.rae eil ea, and ibsn the foiindora of Now fcng'aroi. 6. Ji hn Carver, oral (inventor of the drat colony ui .Tew Is gland. & John Wlnibrop, (be venerable founder and Brat Governor ef Maeearbuee'Js. T John Pmlih, who gave io l*ew England l?a nam", and to fca inbalii-at isa hrlgai eiampleol naval skill and near igo. g the drrreprtuniN of th* Il-si settlere of New Ks-gland -ve ra ivctitirni as our rider bielhrrn, nod may they regard uaaa n.rinl-rrs of ibnr family ? The Ce?rrnd?nta of New Knetand ? May Ihelr voice be eve- braid on ibe side of order a'd Just government. 10 'lie Stair?I' Now York Urns lis rertllo tlsld* anil ex tar drd commerce eooiinno to encourage and reward tbe enter prise of I's elixsns. 11 lhr memnrv of Washlngtou?" In every virtuous art and glorious a rife he shone the tirat and beet." Drank sl-aic t tag, and with rrvereidU silcn-e 12. Its l'rr-lilrn' of ihc United flta'ca. ?. giliicahon- lbe mora' bulwark of civt] and religious treed oiu 14. National Cgh's -YTe'l urn erst-ml and flrmlv aiseried. It. Theaaered love of country?With 1*1* the amallcKl He len' are tnvli rll.lo YV ilhout it, none ran >>e great Id Na final hnuor-lbo uupcne'rableshlr-ld national ssfetv. 17 I taoc?but an age of war radior dun a moment of dl>> boner. ?OLtTNITdfBd. Py flrneral Btevens. the prodding officer?Our President, Jsmrs Wsisnn: e- nflrroed heit'h to a man who Is the defignt ?i Ma fi lrnds. and on honor to the society over which be pre skis*. by Mr. Vice President Wlnthrnp?'Tlie Governor of Corncc ?ea By Mr. Hammond acting as Vice Pre (dent?Tranquil sleep t? Uiofe who have iire?m?-il ihnt dits society tins any other views tban etuirlty and g'-wi ? I to a'! men. Bv Oo'ore! Mansfield, acting as Vice. PicrldenS?Tbe talr Ma.gh. era of Colombia. I'.y a grrlleni-n (atier Mr. Ring had retired)? Rufus King, tbe I-onM ot >ew Rnglard. Bj another?Kfeady habits. By snoiher Tlie Navy of the United Suites, may tliey re ceive energelle orders. We will trust to their onergy to exe suW ihtm. T e toasts jrero interspersed uitli many exc*llmit snug*. Af-er the second, A" f< Mowing Hum-, "Inch bid boon ? nip srd by Mr l-'esseoden, at a few h >urs' notice, were eong w.th exquisite taste bv Captain Wilson, BONO. Will ten fir tbe Ntw England Society of tlie State of KewTi ck, and surg on tbe tflnt December, 1805, at the Mie-nutlon ot the )850i anniveisary oi toe first londtug ?> the ci lunists in Plymouth. P'bl* song w us w iitm by Thorns" tironu Foseendsn. ami or of " Terrible Troctorailon" and '? Democracy Un ?eih-d."] Trxk?Anacreon in (leaven. W hl'c round tbe fu'l board. In festivity'* pl? e, lbe sons ot New hrghsed *1) toiou* ns-emble, let n? swear to live ever nniled and free. That our friends may rejoloe and our enemle* tremble; r or friendship rarest In each p*trlet breast, Fball sw-eetoii eojoyment -give plcaaure Its zest, Ard Ibe Jlrtiie* apprnvlng, sha I sanction tho pirn . Which strengthens their empire end dlzntflea man. This ?tsy did our talhfl'*, on Plymouth's bleak- coast, Tbe corner atone n ace of an empire's foundation; The m*nMi/>n of frordnm?ot pfttrioU tho hnaPt? Tbo nura'ry o' heroes?the world's admiration! f rem them while ivo trace Our lllustrtoug race, Tbelr merits from mem'ry may time ne'er deface. While 'he vlrltir* approving, shall sanction the plan Which atieng'bei s their empire and dignifies man. Ye sages aid patriots whom liberty fir'd, The gr?a> architects of American glory? Whose names and achtevemei.ta tor ages admir'd, Shall he burnished by hards, and be blazoned In story:? T o us, sainted sires, lmpsrt your own flees. When freedom onirroar ds, and wh*n glory Inspires; While leranbs. apniovlrg. new triumphs shall plan, And New knglaiul heroes lead victory's van. The reading ot this document excited considerable at tention and elicited applause. Mr. Uf u'ek.?Now, gentlemen, please tire, and fill for Mm first regular toast:? The Pay we Celebrate.?Music by Dodworth's baud.?Old Btmdred. There wns no respcnse to this toast. Mr. Diupkr.? The recond regu'ar toast if? The Pretldeit of the rolled State*. The banc played tlie President's March, hot the com ? party retained their rent*?not a cheer was given, nor a vcrd said in response. The Governor of the State of Mew York was also given amid the imc marked silence The fourth rrgnlar toast was then drank with all honors?it rsn as follows:? The ft* oi hew Tnrh?St* free commerce sustained hv jus and liberal laws, wisely intcrpre'ed nnd administorod, but drawn to It* hospitable embrace wealth and cuiorprls* from ?very ouarter ot civilization, and made It the emporium of tombpheie. Ex Recorder TaidmaimTieing culled upon to respond ?aid:?Mr. President, I really do not know that I can re ?pond to a sentiment of that kind. I presumed that yon Mayor, or your Recorder, or some of the Aldermen of th erty, were present. (laughter.) At all events, 1 see an ex-Alderman the e u6sy over on the right, (J. Hoxie ESS-) snd it appears to me that it is more appropriat fer him to respond to the toast which yen have given than ier an ex-Rescrdcr. But, rir, as I see neither th Mnyor nor Recorder present, permit mo to say. as a Yankee one t> un in ihes-tate of I'uuic-tleiit I aui hippy to he here with the New England Nicioty of the ci'y of Mew York, and to ?ay that the pro-portiy of this city is attriontable in ? great degree to tba <? ?< . gy and iaulll - Who * genre of that clacs of our fell >w-cltirer- wh ? hive come fiem Connecticut, and I will stubrao "asimr.Uuaot'.-, aho, for it is a pretty good State in its way. (A hwgh.) It is proper and tight, sir, thit we aboutd commemoiate a day so deor to every sou ot bear hng'and. When the health of the President of the United States wa- given, and also thai of the Governor of the State of Ntw York, I noticed that not one of yon iswe frt m ymr seats. Hut I will now give you the ven< ra e: name ot an illustri us son of New tingUiud?'? Daniel Tfsbsiei"?let me see it you will rito to that or not. (Cheers, mingled wit a hisses.) A. D. Hazard, Rtsp, of Gonn.?I will give you, gen tlsmen? The memory of Patiiol Webster?The only mar, who nils i up the ful measure of a noble aud patriotic son ol' New Eng land and efficient eiuxen ol the reputillc. lire toast was t'runk most of the company standing. The l'rxsipiavr lot'oducd the next toad with some nu merous remarks, which elicited much laughter : ? The Orator of the Itey-Pwfu nasrttur, erutorlit?Horn a poet, he Las become an orator. Mualc?Haone 11 Tromba. Dr. Hoi am replied in his usual happy intnnnr?liis ?Mnnwnts upon the worthy President's l.aiiuity exciting much amusement. In the course of his reply bo read the Allowing poem, which was muah applauded : ? New Et gland we luve tliee' No time can erase Prom the hearts of thy children the ensile on thy lace; Us the mothers' fond look of affect ion aud pri le, As abe gives ber fair son to the arms ot His bride. Bis bride may bo fresher in beauty's young ilower. She may blaze in the jewels *lie b'lngi wi'h her dower: last pas-ion must sbill in time's pitiless blast,? The first one that loved us wilt love to the uut. Ye have left the dear laod of the lake nun the hill. Bnt its sounds and its waters will tall, wi'h you still. "Poiget tot," they whisper, "yonr love Is our deb'.,'' And echo breathes softly, ' we never f >rg?:.'' Ike banquet's gay splendor* are gleam n/ around, Bat ymr hearts have down back o'er the naves of the sound; They have found the brown house where their pulses were horn, They ui th obbiug tlieir way through the trees and tie earn. There are hopes yon remember?their glory is lied: i mounds la ~ ~ ** There are mounds in the churchyard? me sigh for the dead; There are wrecks, there are ruins all sssttered around. Bat earth has no spot like thv. corner of ground. Come let us be cheerful; we set lded last night, And Uwy cheered as, and?never mint)?meant it all right: To-night we ha'm po'hing, we love in the lump? Mere's a bumper to Maine In the Ju: ?? of the putnp. B*re's to all the goo<i people, wbcere- tbe\ be. That have grown in the shadoof the Mb-rty Tree; We all love its leaves, ami Its biessome and fruit, Bat pray have a care of the fence ronod its root. We shou'd like to talk big: it is a kind of a right. When the torwne has got loo-e as the waistbann gre * tight; Bat as pretty Misi Prudence remarked to hsr beau, On its own heap of comfort no Biddy -houid crow. Fnov.gh! there are centlemen waiting to tali, Whore words are to mine a? the flower lo the stalk; Brand bv your old m- ther, whatever befell: Bed bless you, God bless yon, good night to you alL The next toast was j? The Poet of the Dsy. Air?" land oi our I'aibers, where ? kail we got" Rev. Jobv Biwioat rose and salt:?I suppose the feeo<y of replying to a compliment nf this kladis. tint reply skiouid he extempore the reply should be extempore and not written, (laughter.) It reminds me of a we In my own erpo nraee, in which I WW culled beiore a t.yeenm as a ouet, and I delive-ed "a poem" of an hour long; and it was J*r ? U'ge and respect*ble an"lenee. The presiding nrtl ?ar of the evening it* .|i-ttngul bed oM/en who ma<t have had a very sublime ides of the pee' of the evening; fur vbea I had concluded, ami was putting on my over ?out, be eaaM up and touched my ann sad said, " Alkuv me to ask, was thst ail e?'em;? r -" (I-md Uughte-) I bave BO doubt that 1 sank runny rlegvees in that w.rrtbv gentleman's ostimatloa in being obliged by the stern de mands ot truth to keep my eonutennnne and assnre him at it had beea all written. (Applause ) I.ast night my exoeilent friend always hwi rred as always he might to to, tod decidedly the ntwsn'sge of me. He osme with euch oonfldenee, with his oration ready cut snd dried, wksrssi, i, in my ignorance did not know until i rune In a the sfty who the orator wae to ho. OoBeider, then, how i na tartrate I j I wae prepared unless I bad an wxtssnpor poem at hand. (Meeh merrlrnoot.) it la some times the mlsfortnaa of men in thie world? Jf*r ?ad even lor poets and orators?to differ ia opinion. I to?nd myself so last evening, murti to the regret, I haw* bo doubt, of my audience. But still I hsv* a tbeo aafllaal attoehmsmt to the liberty of speech, (applause); mmt I said, let my friend go on aud say hi* my. And, mtr, I assure you I was not * Uttlo Indignant when I board to hies lor la tho gallery. Th* man who did the dead I b n't th'nk would Uk* to reseat the thiim. *> last night 4*rep*re4 ao extompore serious eonplet (great laughter) for tM occasion, should it ever some again. It rune thus Our brother Bolmoo' gadflv has ? huig to lo known I'd I's inrmeniii'g s'tnp; An* Vi this hou we know the ihlrui "y thin; 1 be I gv??? and seep But- by their hannlras ?. (1mmrne<? ? ..><thic ) 1 r. Hoi."*?("tstrg aoil bowing to Mr. fieront)? M We'l ilvnr?will rone?"tee thoo, good neighbor, I OTTO you one "?(Rent-wed merriment ) Few. Mr. IitFiMNt?I ought n"t to have forgotten, my neighbor and frier o, that you were complimented bo h aa a | oet nod no o'aior. It e'lppeo from my mind in coo reqeente, in <ket. of ait irg eo near two pMWMM'komt It i ever did occur to ne that yon wro " two single gentle no n n lied in'o one " (Great laugb'er.) The 1 resident fben gave the mxi toast;? The Clrrgv ot Jiew Vn Jand-The h>ave and faithful rrntdee ar d leerlier a < f ihe pec <e. npho dors of aorial order, promo tes of rve/v gor d art and a'in over claming ?od cunoliltiig V life 'fat now Is. by the hlvuie Illumination, borrowed bom il.e life ihat la to come The Fit. I)r Ixuhbmp, of Boston, responded. lie thai led the society for ihe honor they bad done him In raldtg up- u 1dm to reply. It newer bad Iv-ea hl< good loritine lo relebra'e ibo anniversary of the lauilag of the. Wlgiirrs out < f New i ngland nnlil this year but he hsd always peru-rd with tho (leapelt Intenoit tbo ac counts which were published of the proceedings hiking place in virions parts oi the country upon that otcasloa. Allm-ion ?.u Ihen n ade to the I lymouth (lock, 4o., and I asslrig tr m that ewer Internal'ng smjeet, tho reverend E-nthn aii proceeded at<ak ot the cle g? of New ling nd. lie helo too that the cl" py of New K< gland of tbo preterit cay did not reed anything from him, ol her by way of defence or eulogy. Their lives, 'heir coaractera. tin ir principles, tlu ir cr nduct, all spoke for thorn and wete living ejdst as among nil *usn We tauve reason (ob served Mr 1, ) to rejoice 'hat llio relfgl "is Institutions o holi IMs country hold nu' no bribe li.avt.rieo and no ween tlve to smbitlon. Every man who enters the cl wrist ]n fesrh n hue?though, no doub:, he oxpoet* n doton' end honorable support lor hiinse f an<> his fatmly rar sot bo urged by grecrl for gain or thirst lor power, lor thn religious lu-uliu'louH this riunt-y thank Oed. offer him nelrber. Wo have no mighty hierarchy overshadowing thn land, and uosmecuie elm gv living n punp and splendor, lording It ever ibe u.ul iturle (Cries of "bravo," with Mud applause ) But no have everywhere, I bellve, am wig all reiominaiioDS. a rlm.de, truUilovlug, hearty and slncoro body el'working rleigy, who strive earnestly to do the!" Master's w? rk and pmmoiotlie good and t.he miprovo nwrt of their fellow men. (Appwn'O.) All the nssoeli. tuas ot tibia anniversary revertti the past, and, iher? t'me, 1 n ay he allowed >o mavu a ait gW uilu-i n to the rhogy eftormer geneiati'ns. Uwrago back to 'he New lipl.n 1 clergy of other times?nay. if wo go back to that which was the germ of ih? I'lvmonth colony an! at1 Ibai ban sprung from it?to that lit 1? cngregatloo thai used lo mo i m she house oi the Rev Mr. It hlnswa at hcoreshy, in Erg land and if we 'otlow that little bind throi gh ah its wunderir gs until tlioy worn eav d on the roek of I'lymonth: if we oilow t.U? chur 'hes of -'alern, of Rnston, of llytnomb, and look a ttte efforts rf ihe Brews'ers, the lb bmsons, the Colomaos, and a host of libers, through ail that period, we find that the New Ei gland clergy stand out in hu :h a light thst no man who is a descendant of the Pilgrim Fathers, or no man who is i professi>nal brchcr need be ashamed?rsy, he gl- ry in that name. (Applause) Throughout ti at peii'd, the Influence of the New Eng land clergy was ever exerted lo av ? r of all the best Inte rests of tbo people. They wore in fav ir if nolvcsal edu ca In, and o- everything that vmld p -nmoto the progress of the country: and when the time came, every man of thim, 1 am hicbued to believe, was lo favor of Hserty und indepem enco. It must of necessity have boon so, sir, because the very religion they prole.-sod woe in favor oi liK'nm. And. sir, I bellovt; that If the poaoc and glory er d prosperity of this co> ntry ore to last and b< per petuated, they must bo through ibo power tf religious Influences pervac leg uuil r.'iu ? tifyleg tho hearts of the psople. (Apilause.) I do, 1 mast bclieie that I'rovi denco has la store a glorious future for this Wes orn con tinent, but that glory, sir, vrlll all depend upon ocmg true to our principles, and power to be true to our prin ciples will oi rue frcm faitb In ihat glorious Gospel which Gr.d has given for tho redemption of tho world. 1 will conclude by propoilng as a sentiment The pWy at d catrlotisni ibal have their fonndation In the ?t the g spirit il tho gospel slid thn principles of civil and religious 11 he ty whlcli that gcpol upholds. If the clergy (iJod forbid tliey ever should, said Dr. L.) ever prove fatlhlcss and false lo those principles, may Ihe people alway- prove true. (Applause.) The Fkibiijest tben guve tbo eigh'h regular toast:? Tbe Oommon Srhoolr of New England ?Upon thntr general rr.nlnlenauce and equal dlstrlhutiou of know ledge among the people ai large, bare bee ? built up tho essential no vo - and pe cullar glory ot Hew Knglaud. Operatic eduction by tho hand. Rev. Mr. Fjri j.y, of Brooklyn, responded. lie eulo giieri the crmmon school sys'eros of Now York and Ne sys'cros of Now York and New Frig laud. The school had been plantod alongside tho ?hutch, and in his opinion was almost as powerful for good. The rystem ctuimeo Its origin in Now England, and of It her sous need not bo ash uiej. New York had placed a capstone on the arch of froe education. In the rata lisbmer t of a free academy, where poor young men oonld hsve the bsst possioloeducadon lor nothing. The benign influences of education In all the walks of 1Mb were fully cctnmentcil upon, and the speaker hoped it would be yet universal, lor then, said he uo inao would have a mar ler, and evmy slave would be free. He ooacinded with the -entimout:? The fiobool System of New Epg'and? At onoo the home and the nurse ot all true talih, elvtl'zatlou und trctdom. The PmyniKNT? Before g ing ? n with the regular toasts, psimit me to read a despatch just reruiveJ from Mont real:? Tin* New Englond Fcolr.ty of Montreal drink, wlUi mnrh owr dlahty, to tbo prosperity of tho Mew Ku^lauU Society of New York. To which your President returned the following re pte hio New KrigLirJ Society of New York In the New England Srrtetv < fMnn'real: - Your despatch U received, at.'1 we return out ihoi.ks arid best wishis. The liner of ? our rosidnoce wat the tiuft ol ibe Pilgrims; over bits l he those who live under lu Sir. Moms II. OsnniKix?Sir, I propose the honors o title ^ocie'y to the New I England Society of Montreal. 1 he honors wore then drunk with a hearty goodwill. Mti-ir? 'fiod Save the tjuecn.'' Mr. I'aiiJC.tDOE?Yon have spoken, Mr. President, of a despatch from Montreal. Now sir, here, up u my left, W the Hon. (ienrgo Ashmun, of Mai'"achu*e'u, who wis on his way toMonwal. to>.pe<k to that very aocletv ihotr.but you, sir, arrested him. I think wo might as welt got from bint bote what he would have said thore. (Cheers.) Hon. Ck biif. Arums, of Mass , then arose and was re eeited wl'h much applause. lit mid?It Is true, assuCe 1 hy my frit nd, sir, that tbu ftioods In Montreal encoded an invitation to mint thorn on Oils evening. It is true that I postponed that ami deferred U to your more tempt ing invitation, boranso for t nee in my life I wanted to sit down with my New loigiand Iriutds ia New Y rk. (Ap plause.) But, sir, you will do mc tint justice to say that when 1 agtced to orccpt your loviation it was on the cot*premise that I eh mid make na spoceh. A VOK3L?No soMraiaM. Mr. Asmvi .v.?Ano, sir, I break no compromises, (im mtnsc applause) and therefore I will make no spoeih. A Venn ?t.ive n? none talk, then. Mr. Asiiut v?But, sir, notwithstanding I felt that I could >ay nothing I must sny, hovng now gat on the floor, that I somewhat almost feci at home. I 'eel at home among y m became I sec around me faces t .at sp'tng up a ml grew up whole 1 spraug ami grow up. They havo nourished and grow n up to an eminence of which their country U proud. Without b ing personal to you, sir, but other distinguished Uaasatthu arts mon who nave been drawn here by the tempting enterprise and rising glory of this city, our heart* In New England all cling to you, and our thoughts revert to you on an oc casion like this. (Applause.) And, sir, wb?h the It-v. Ibr. Iiothrop was alluding to the rising glortei of this country, I could not but leet that at)tint the im perial crown of ti ls i,ueeu city of commerce there would lilaze ro brighter jewels than comes from tbo mines of Masraclniaott* and .Vow "sgland. (Appluuse.) Bat. sir, 1 was templed to accede to the Invite ton of my friend to address yon, not for the sake of saying tho-e things which on ether occasion" might be doomed eompllmen laiy, t.ut to tell you that the words of tbnt ran-sag??came from h< arts that would ever throb with affection for their New England bietbren. Thore Is nothing more important to you?thore Is nothing in foot, more in pcitant to yonr whole country, than not only reciprocity to trade, but recipr. city in kindly tooling, then these modes ol interchanging over the lightning wires ahnw that tbee two com tries cann it bo "operated?th?y a'e on* in rpiitt and one in heart. (I/>u/,|ebooring ) I take 'his opportunity?aw) beg to (o so?to svy thvt whatewr poll lielanh may do?no matter what amnltious aud wetk men may do?nay, whatever admlniatrati ran undgovernments may do, thore ia good e? neo enough in the people of Great Bittatn and the I'nl'ed States to keep at peace. (l/>ud and enthusiastic applause.) Io the faro ol what bus re cently occurred, I am not afraid to appeal f-otn weak pollifclnns to the good fen"C of our people ' f nil find", whether of N? w r.nglued, or of the Western or Southorn Malta. In cnaeluiion I will gt'e ymt tuis sentiment:? Fe-iproelt" In all ihl?g* ma'erlal, In all tMovs Ic'eller ual, and in all tMny? social, between die kingdom ot T'cit Britain sod our own country. i Cheers. > Key Mr Kskikv horo arose t? make an explanatory re mark. lie Retired t?> have it incorporated into his senti ment that be not only looked open oar public sab ed system as inllncneing the action of our people, but as binding th* people of the States together in hoods of amity and filmshlp, and as being directly preservative of the I n t o. Ibe ninth regular toast was:? Our Wstee charitable fooleries-Their Ignored reirmenta tlr*.v are weleomo '<> our festive bond. Tt a 1 lEncnr, in Introducing this toast?which was diank with er ttioxiasm?made some very bum irons re marks. He bad had the honor aud pleasure of often jotnlr g In the festiviUrs held in honor of the Rue old raints whose worthy r*pre~>ntatves were present. But It ?e*nwl to rtriko litm that < a those occasion* the oi l saints did not fnlly recognise tbo aaintahip of ?he vlgs roua. ae Ive, go-a nead saint that he represented? faint Jonathan, ((treat laughter.) Those ro-p?c ? able old faints seemed to think th t Mint Jonathan was at best, if % saint at all, only a vet y young one. ^Men invent ) He would remind his worthy friends who represen'ed the mors ancient saint', that th"/ ware there celsh>ating the iCiith "nntvers iry of Ft Jonathan, so that tbey would see from that, tin* a'terall ho was not surharety Javenllesaluf. (t mghter.) Music?l ot p iUttl. National airs. fHon. I u trysTKN Oopic* rotund thank* upon the part the M. Nicholas Focle'y. That ancient saint in Mt eorcially wolcowted the sons of the new saint? J"t,a turn?*o his own native heme, here in Sew York. He then very humorously refrrred to au allnsien in Pr. Holme* ..ration en Friday night, to th? desi e cf the I'utltaoa but to permit their sons and daughters to be contaminated hy eon act wt h the Dutch. He hop-'d that their moral* "had n"t be-n mat/r shy toM^id, (laoghter). aud made some very amusing rsnJHP, in th* way of c mtrasting the serly Dutch sellers with the I'uritan tTlgiims of Ne* InaUod. He eonclu'led with a sentimonl compllmentsry to the New England 9 ctety, rarnestiy desiring that at t'a negt half eenteonary mec'mg they would he found Increased in numbers and ruefulness to an amount commensurate with the lergth of the period that would clapwe before that inUoes'Jaf day came round again. The Fresh ent then introduced At vjr AXi.r* Nounti Esq., President it the 9t. Andrew's focte'y. who briefly re turned thank*, lie assured the membs-i of the New England Society that the society over which he had the honor to prmtde entertained a cordial strop.'hy with all those engage<l ia the pertnrmanee of sncb onabtrusfye act* of benevolence as were the main ol(j*n.i of that and t>? >U1er eociette. Mr. Norrl. off. ad tba Wtowtag aeatlment, ?tn>d m eh apptauw. 01 ' 'fir* Ek/miiaw, Viae-President of tha St. J&SS.-'tanMr** but ap;.rvp Uva remarks on I'thfc 1* bin _ jn infrodac* lb? I Hi?iD?T? i hs*? gr?*t p to n w to l ? lug to vuu 8'.. imitah biu?*t?. (lmm?<i?-< \lr. Boxn? Three cheera for ?t. ratr et. ? ?e. a given with m.cbeuthiD Nam Mr. lutUAkD O'Gouhan Jr., vloe r\raeiieoi ? F.l.id y s o. oi et. la-ri -k, arc* to ??y, ?nd ea Mr. Pi06leant, and rn"VC bl^ mVU?%???<* eiotj, lor the .eoeud rt-ar it baa do'jr to thank you, *'''"ti b?vo'>be honor t> psiu Ao(1 B?, lot m? oli.oi.ne my Meod re| ratine to-ilght n-.i ,n&nv WoVex the Pietddent ??? from the moriu of the clu. *d, riltier ?,?a'"'1/ H, Ur a* 8* Pat lek la 0 >n aood wlU the aalattoood of be neaoed. in order to be a -am', to ' i ^hroiidru-t to doctrl. ea o' mod will nun noil an ?r?t.er bnwdeaat to' ? h g^-au enU a right w -ha cal- od" of uie -.tat- (U^ lid ui pUo-a ) Ihe mm* of N?w k?gUnd, and we,. - fM I a. I ick/have l.e,u a l"?? "we ncqualntwt. W? re ,'id f. jC, d??wohavo workeo iO|r?tber -We have nil- d be tan a flo.dt?wrought in be Mtrm work.hoeo-o .r^ .).?* kbmA la' i^ucH *l<1 iwwe*??h%??a wi u you iu % N . v., ^Mob 'bi? IH'UU eou- Kud ahovjecB up<?u all {wWho rod in ler beha'f; aid tbanforo, "I.efor^we'ela h, . living ant Htaro ./it kld lo enor and Intolerant of dl<a?nt, the, :j,ufc on tba ?e *??. but a, A* to build f?Urfr war ?hip a temple, for ihamiehea a L. mo; Ibut tbero ,i?, y which shapes our end-, rougb be? th ? a t lttl? . ir ihey dream woen ihaj vro-e *" ?ui'itaitcna ol tbto 'republic, .bat on ?? .. ..Mil n muie liberal. more hio&u io V* utHp? y gsnni g ?? is ci< Irene a largsr ti.i-ed .n.o? tbought,o V r-bipxnd otortan, than ever this world ?v (Lm') ??, imi a 1 I roud n>ov you b?, pront may I b". a? J ssrt tu::.';rzx rswj;3 larca i.ndallegmnee 10 a p wer tx-youd tje n'* '0 ^ k SsHlilSHS, , . MaJtor ltd your taibera a?r>- toe wide w.i.v !.f aiV?- tro great toOawcolooy of tto Angio-iSax .n, Uoo n 'nU '10 be a oathm-lba home ot all mankind-v ! ttm^e for ever ^ crw-il, for every n .pe-.he leave no k.voel^blud ttem n. bhcdm?h ,J,r t0, ii?-a uxid 0pi'laun?) yict4jii _ l"f thdt :r." ?s: ,1??t o. hi- brj.wbatabeau'IftadajMenrmhedf im aO^PefUlbe',n.0e inatincra of'tils great'notion ara Sfe^ss^^SSS cout'e that ba? rcoee her g oat P^-P0^.^0^ ssssryssn ss !s U00D ''[""""nk coin^'ungUb0Tihall t? foroo.1 ib at -lad hold in it- bands tba world, (frtburlaalie applanse) 8<> ahaU ahs grow STgi3*TJi??: ?,1?a to whltoehUto^f *???&??* their loaoll-; | nesa a?d Deed f.ed 'ove.h the atraurer; lo?e ya too the etrangar, foryaahm weic slnn.gira In tbo laodof hgypt . . Mr O'CoJUUJf reaum. d bla ac?t amid marked applauaa. : u,?;' lie flarr, that onee tbrough Tara's Hal a." M?*W Mn? fPrSldnat of the David . S^?y ) | followed. Wo r.gret tba'. Ida romarka weie lh*udihleot , tba t-blo where tbo reportera w''e seated At th,eoa duah n t f hla observations ho propoBod a eontiment whl-b was in fcnbs?ar.eoa#folU>wa:? sasssisssssssfctt, *ffMr?H Ancxaox. Pre.ldent of the ncbrew Benevolent Ai"oeiatlnn. la a few approp.iatc reinarlsa returned thai k- 'n behalf of the aociety he iepre?entod. ? To tha r.ex' toa-t. " rhe Army of iho I'nltcd Blatca, theio \,-a-no loeponse. Mualc, '-kaukao Itwdle .'lh, N?vy <7 lhe t'ni-ed States-Wocn needed they will -ai> In," also pnsa-d wlth 'nt a roaponso. The I int.MM then read the l'Jth and la.t of the regu l*r toast*, aa fdlow-:? iTniiAti <tatrn of AmcrlcBr-Owp 'Wbol? Couutpy .iL/i wh'/h i .wk^nU had In the vator whlchaecuro ? biSewsia aw.s5saksy)sa - ii ccooto to which IU hod its bc^inulug. Ibis toast was :ruhk frith groat enthusiasm?Music. na< lotal air. In r< rorlUtco wi'h many calls, *.oncral Nyk ( t 10 was tratid about th? eeutro of the hall) arose to reply. fie i?<di?T need not sny to you, a r nor to this socio-y, that from*to characterand tfco magnitude of the ?ca'.lmaa' to which 1 am calbd to rmpona, it trot intended for ooo tlur and on abb r advoo.i e. It was intended In the schedule that one of hew Engl rod's ablest sons should answer to this sen im?nt, th?t Is so magnificent tn it* contemplation, and so wondrous, sir, la its incalculable dfH-lny. But, sir, he has failed you; and I believe that It Is roy province thioogh life to Gil tho gap t that are mode by othets. (load is gbtcr ) Without besita'ion I )h?ll euii y< ur attrn'icn for a moment to the snatiiooit proposed?' Ths United Htstos of America?mr whole country." Two honored and thirty dre years ago too wilJ Indian crouched hohlnd tho firost tree, frightened at the tattle of t c anchor's chains, a* the anchors wern let go In in those barks that had tc-on so long tempest tossed, not knowitg whi'bor they were bound. Th?y landed?our i'llgrira Fathers?they Undo on "that wave-washed rook and prayee. There, sir, sith the ocusn behind them, and the counties Guests boloro them was the gem ?was the seo-l, planted iu faith, frira which has spri.bg the beaatlful fruit of this glorious republic. (App'utuo ) n -v preg jant, sir nlth events was 'hnt day I And real y we may ask if all of this beroty Is displayed tn tho green vree, what cm v done in the dry- Sir, we speak of 'he I nlted tftn-e? a ray along in " day. litis socio'y avsy along in tbc path say of imo.w-ll spc> V of it ween i'- now tbir'y one stars will fonn b it u little niic'ens. aronod which shall clustor s> many an 1 so bright, that trey will callonge the stars of heaven in htau'y. (Aptilauro ) fir, the concluding part of thi sei.tlment struck uie with peculiar toic-: " Jo-ttie nod troedom." What obese republican institutions hire to rtst uprnl freedom I What a Ixuutlftil supcrstrno ture h ivoyou to rest oa that boso ! freedom 1 There is music in that word. It rblinos, sir, dctigotfuily upon the human car in nil singes o? exiotencc. from tao c a tie to 1h# grave. freed ml There 1? harmony (a hat sound, it asruisto me. sir, to be akin to that music that war heard on heaven's lyre ebon awe it by angel h ,uds. freedom! I repeat, s'r what a boiut'ful superstru tturo of e'e it has to rest up? n?the never failing base of e '?rn ol jus Hoc! (Applause ) "iiur Wb- lo Uoun'jy" Is the theme, k torn li t Atlantic te the Pacific; trjin the sunny Poutfa to the Ice-h' utid r?-g! n-t of tt? North Is oar coun try Our country wt'nesses tho ripening truit and th ? epeniog bins* i?s sni-ioga' each other a', the same hoar, i Our oountiy includes every latitude: our eo tasty embiaraeea every ocean, and onr country Includes cvi ijbody who comes to its ho pt'nh'e shores, (loan applause) Ur. President, i thank you,

sir, and 1 thank this society, fir affording me tho oppoitonlty r?r mating these remarks, which aw the nera ftggosiloos of the cn-mont, I love to ainglr with tbe sops of New Eng'aod, ind It ssetna to me, sir, th?t I will he pardoned a moment more, while I My that they ere the bwwen destined to Uavrn the whole work*. Ntr, siwenty-fonr hours ago I received an invitation in th* dry i<f Chariest in to uA.g'.e in ihe (cs'ive -cen-s of this ? Igbt with the sons of New Kogtoad And, si-, New England slros liayc had, as tn|s senumsoi. dictates, a large share in the various -t-ngglos from wyiirh so much baa sprung, -'he, sir, and bar sons and ber de scendant#. willevesyrlyprs and ur.-to-every cireurartatMie, defrnd that ties of liberty that waa planted 'hero to that barren sand.?(Cheers.) ,-lr. It is tiis province?it is the mission of the Nh* line land son to stay Ihe hand that weald mar the Beauty of this e egant structure. Sir. It should ersre the bead that would concoct an idea for ihe destruction 'f this glorious Union ?(ApoUasu ) You know, sir, and the whole country knows that N'oe Eng. lard's heart to true. 1 think, in conclusion, tt cannot b< raid that I have lackel in se-il, if 1 have in sense in re pondlrg to the ten iment which you have just given. ' The President then gave the thirteenth regular toast: The Woman of Now England-The soothers, wives, sisters of I s men. bearing equal shore Wih them In all tho ?die and suf f, rings nf tho esr-? <?'. the! virtues and graees aro In'erno vin with the wboto fohrte M Hew England's proapcr ly and rc r? wn. Music Let the loam be, dear woman." W*. M. Ketone, *f this city, responded humorously end pathetioally. U? did on*, wish to flU gape in his sah Jeers made by other men. Be honored woman. Hhe eras not slope the J y of prosperity, hut also the partner nt our tolls and aufforlnrs. In tbe tender relations of wtfo. sister and mother they found their appropriate an-i natuial sphere. After alladiag to the seenee at lly m-n'h roek, Mr. Everts concluded with tho fbliowing aantmentv New England Women of the Preseat Day?Onr mothers, our wives, our ste'ara. Bo foogae we kive ?kwn wo will lore New England. Vilunteex tooata teing neat la order, jf.r. D. epor T be ex President of the New Er.g'nnd floe ety. Hod. JoexrB Hons rrspun eiL He * lu-le I U? the fact of Lie being ii.tr' duoed ?r % ymng men *ud You eeukl searee expeo' ooe at mi ago To speuh ta pu'.lls oo tbe s'ag*. (Laughter ) Uf e*iroiUmeQied toe I're-ilwt of the 3o eiety n be good they boo elTetied i'l b ilutiag ap thi>. 0'g*ulx*ilt>n U> It* present pel to. He ?Mi hie oH Ni w J" gland eneeetnre, bu' e"u<ee*ed % s'mog ilk lug 'or tbe (id Dutel mec wb > settlei Ne ? Ynrk. ilo be if rod in e'oesiig tbe breed uf Ne? fci glanders and We v Yo. kO'*; the -harp, m lr* Intsillgeuee of the one ui.xod with tbe noLo, 8ob*t?nti?i cwMterbiiM of the otiw made m race it wee impintnioe to beet. (Apji'an-? ) He hived tbe 8*. M bolss Society, end the g > si id Kui'ke'boekersite Qtalosd. Mat >>i fn-gci ulm wish be f'.igoi thrui The eadgfftUoa to tki* ? utrj ??? ro fbme to by tie *oe?ker. Our o'-untty la le ga enough te d he. fur ell who seek iur shores. Turn's r s room eDough for all who couie t? our snores. (Applause.) let them c me, end bu'hl our rtueU end edition* Let tl em cone, they of cultivated (o'ellert; oere lo?y oau fill up D< b y toe full measure of Ibntr ilvs. (Appl ,u-?. j Mr. Hexiu I k?a too Jads of lie and, tneir m-dy art', eud b' ueety He used to tetl anecdotes about loom, (Hriei of "Tell one not*.") The speaker thereupon proeeeU)' to >rl?te e story 01 a poor I'ttrdy who lied f-l eu tmm i Udder and on being osked if tue f>It bit hur' him r? p.od, ?'() oo, not the f it; It wtn lh- sudden sto i id*' timbered n e." (Mei<l?euL) Mr. Hoxie b peil t >et t'o reprerentallve of St.. I'atrt k, and .11 the o'tver saints would t e present at tbe XtXItb anniversary of tbe No t E' ? snd Soet-ty. Hon Vosw U. fiumsiX ro-e in retponm to repeated 'libs sno expressed M* rigrvt at not ont.ig prepared 'o -p-uk bough riio ?ilc'isaot face- of o d I laod* aro.tn Mm ot ght to no an insel'a or No# B glut lea ,-h'id'd know no i ifferet'Ce of creed or count y in h?lr t e?' m*ut I thntr fe-biwr; or what .eas-m e iuld *-.y ouftn Ids Ian1'Lave f ir no' komlug iota it tljs pnu opt-i' o1 ltil and ledgious f't*d. uiT rpe s ns < f the lllgrim* fsiuiUi some In fore tbe alturof 'her- country an! pledr ibitnsidves to I'lieudrbip and to trend ;ui. Mr Griuoadl gate us a .-entlnoeot? Ft tin 11 y to throe principles that were Instilled Into us by ou futhrrr. (Applause ) Mr. Cuss. A. MTtTsow, of tbe Astor Home, wuj toasted, hot r id not respond. The I rkhdent then gave? Tie Press and ali who honor 1, G 1. IliXiaL ot the tfrtniiiff Mirror, reipoir'ed. He ie prstted to hnd that tdo pie-s was uot among toe r-gu! " leasts of I he evening. It was an omt.-iiu these',lie die not think should tie passed unnoticed 1'he I'rssido.r he (?( reruors, tbe army tbe navy the ooiMon sc toil', 'be ele'gy, a 1 hail been 'oastoC, while tbe pi ???*, as g e tl an iiistiti.IIod as noy of tb-on, l>ad no 'oriii.l icvig iliieo. Hhstuvsi all tbe tine spi ett' e* in i orations t.h.ti srs deliveitst tbeie that eveo.ug, if the piessiud uitgtv, Hon 'ertb on tbe moriow 'o ihe publief He referred tbe reponers, whose lightning tlngers were dagoei reo. typing the words at they foil from tbe U sof he-peaker to be on tbe brs-ak'ast tab'o in he inori>iiig. (vmuu-u and sxptesM n? ot di approoadon among a ew of th guists.) Ibu speaker ns ur'ed'bat m >st o th? rHipind ti'e proprIvors and writers f<>r the press of this city war. New 1 nfikinOois. A- a New Bogtaud man, and a uvm w of that flrrlcty, he felt bmntlU'ed a this o oisdouf.r more ihan he rl d as a membsr o* the press. 0?l. fuller here qnoted come poetry, and took tie seat amid a, pbuie. Hon. A. J. 11.17.lip, o' Conn., a former treasurer of the society, spoke next. He referred to the uia ked si lean* ? ha' bad gree'ed tbe men 'Ion of ihe Presideut's and li ? ?einnr's namee, ano c ntiasted 1'. wi'b the hearty sp plume 'hat broke out on the men'f >n r.f urob-rer's name (Api lause ) He closed by a toutbing eulogy on the oba racer of Webster *s a s atesmun and a man. B. W. Bo.v\Kv, the newly elected Pm.>ident. spoke nex< and pledged himself not to ft get the high trust oo.n n ltted t? his care. Boro 'ho guests began to retire, as it was now near midnight. Mr. Dowli.no, of Boston, gavo the folluwixg senti ment 5? The four weapons which every true son of New Unclad teaches bis son to u*e la the defence ot civil and rsllgions I Ita ly : 'bo printing piers, the ballot box, tbe Bible aul the ear trldgo box. (appause.) Bete cheers were given for the Astor Hsuse, also fo the mercban's and ex-members of dis inetion. fbe oere. uony r.f tbe retiring prcsktnt handing over tbe medal .> his < tfleo was here gone thr-mgn with, when the own nany dlspe. sed. So ended this y-ar's releoration o roreiatbet 'sDny. Oar Virginia Cor*nnpn?*M*??' panwwrao, Va., Dec. lJi yk*?at-rj? War in the JVthoiU Bpucapai ^rch~'^ farmcc Mating?Tribute to Dereated Clergymen-Alt** 701x1*0 MaUK-OMrge* ana Count* Charts of CUrgy MCn?Immtruc Legal Ttrliet of tte Aocuer anl the 4c cutcd?Adiuitta'' <tf Jtoxrmi Oaier W. A Sm*Jy~ Sent of Rejoicing on Both Sidtt-TnuU andPoluiaoJ i utTweBknown that the member* of the Methodls' i Church. North and oonth, oould not harmonize together on account of the woolly-head and black *kln question ,o -.hoy aepartfcJ; and wen now ? great gone of the Methodist Epbcopal Chnreh South cannot reet ea-y. hut alter a lor g jear'? ramming SD<J chargtn and making ready, two cf them ha-e during the laet ten day* bw n firing broadsides at each other and trying in a metbodl ?U manner to ront one another, hone, foot and dra goon*. Yon know what Spenaer *ayi To kirk the nar, to God more far. It ha* been tolerably we J Hlartrated during thit deri eal fraca* In our city. During the la?t nineteen dUy* the Virginia Methotirt EpUcopal confe-enoe baabeen in lOMiem in this eity under the preelllng mle of Bishop (hwood Andrew. There were abmt one hunlro-i iSuwtt&flre membere preeent who?e chare iter* pnje s. &! t?Ff&*E? ^ j ' v7i. whose memory would ever reflect "d,:.b 7- "ffl duJ7 of a Meih-diet minister." "a* it was known -hat eerlou* charge* ?>f Uamorall'v hT tinneht aealnet an Influential membsr of the faota a JSrSSSin. It wa. .omethlog g-eat to see t* etleUMtaa court on the f llow^la ee^ai^Jtf8" i FnWbood by ft stfttcxncot nid? &y , tot.ltig l?r. ISMU, uo to. .-?r ?r North 0?r? 1,. .tot.?l b, fmlto to '7 gr'.WJgto.u *? -to.";'." ??5rE? o*w. <? ** -rte^W^SEi: en the mind, ot certain ptrtorn. that Dr. Deem* m*swn aTmlnefl"e*C?yithewitneese? la thUeeer continue I to he ezem^ped for the pro*ecutWn and de.euoe, and .kZeldfu bettor Uwyer* than dlwuee. a? w?^^e irnmen-e miw of testimony ?** oyer, and I* "rem* roe* to open hU srgnment for the pr >?e * ?.?? mT?i*eehlasted ?.nr aud a hal' hour*, and ft 11 ^ b. Ith kiit oia'ory and hard bit* at ble "pp sssutA ??*? -w??,,f Sta^-'s?r*v?5s3tt that Ih. fcmlth would bare to go W the o her die ^Nwt'dav up ro*e Dr. Smith, and during a speech In hU dcttneo of m- re Oi?n ten lioor*' dn ratlin eomplete'r f-netritrd In the miodt of hi* jurjii. f. the ' traVlrtlola c offer en te) all the cwldek.ee of hi* aocu*?r Pome hard wwdi. *oc(. a. ??liar," *cimp," "pup?-" Ac wore p?*d chrteallf b?-t?e.-n them S^rwssrawasiffa retired to con* dor their ror ?p&rJGz%sxg2Zi:~ -Tpb ha" the ehoirb mt-mher. with him, whoa-en n ' or the No.th Okrnlina eoofateuoa. "ThTf I.ml- of the different otrtie- preeenb-d their r? . wi h bre Bible*, wa king c*n??, *1 rer Tv. i ^iid *' peeent great ? ie-nen'. eat*. ::s!T S"-'-vtus',:. "A"s;? anl.TCnow AHfiWirV 8. heuuh) tnergy ha* tna>te it. Tiiw iipi* Tmitt.?Tite Calcutta (E. I) cor i,^ ? the ljondon 7'tmrr, ertnng on OoUibor XI. t^p,,Ldent m tb* U>nu n . ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ v7,v;;tfe. . hU S^eatwl *omc .eneation here. I| ap J1 2ee reaped attenii n lo Enro,^. It 1* well ?f V i .i that the treaties recently signe<l by the Jap?n to.'toarrmicut with the Arrie-ican and BntUh Com-nU ^Pn?rT ?re fraud*. Trad* 1* no more perm tted ttau iST -Jo one U allowed to trade hat the tuiper.%1 2?m mho DM in wiU ??il *>nly provl?io?ft. All oomi sin .._? j, the Interior I* pronlMtod, and, In fact, ntcallon wi h tnenj^ where they we-e, It ap War* both sallow are P"w j d>ceptioii? were '"ZluJboSK Sp*. ^ a IhSSToflicial. "peoUltr to J?T^n, and th.t ho ba* elnee ????? ',hCK5lt ^Vt? the imperial rV';? Aele Srt* mo, ladaed, admitted hy tvi Klng I", ii .km, notee on the treatr hare been publl-h'-l ehaatlenmeni, at U^t tSLtSl ^Sl Dutch m tie Eaat are Jealoo. la the m ?1 r I.elnfWr-n hiflneeea, aod by no mean* *ernpo. ondirmlne It- M. Dedef. eool IkTmiV in MM, ^ hi* e?n*t le not yet forgotten. NOTICES OF NEW PUBLICATIONS. Atrocious Judoeh. Complied fro-n the Judicial Bfcgrnphiea of John Lord Camp Ml, by Rloha.J llildicth. Miller, Oiton k Mulligan. II". HUdretb's n'Jeet lo the oomplieUon of this vi'iists se?ms to here been to read a esson to A<n?ri ian Jurists on what be oonsWers th?i alarming reoctlm towards des po'Um which 'hey hare ex tl sited ulnre ths passage ?f the Fugitive -Have U v in 13S0. lie thlak? 'ha' tb'-e Li rear on to drvad that we shall eoon he node-legl-lat >-i and an Executive who, believing la the elvlo* right of thore in au'boiity, will not ooljr applaud but act ujno the principle* of arbitrary government. With such v>ewe be deem* i ? useftsl to recall to the recollection of the world U e execrable deeds of such men as Jed.eye and Scrcggs, in ordor that we may bare an eoportuuity of comparing them with the tendencies of our own J i dietary, snd to become aroused to the necessity of put. ting an effectual check upon them. "Without being able to appreciate the bill Twee ot this rearoning, we will go so fa- astosaythat Vlr. Hillroih' book has a value independent of that which ho claims :< r it, which renders its appearance at th? p e-eot io> n,, nt particularly opportune. After thfl lolictmeot ot one of our Jui'gcs at the bar of a crlmioal jmrt, an * the subr-Mpient disclosures mede before the LRjp-l v Ivo I I oiloe Committee, the hist jry of judicial corruption form- | un Instructive and appropriate study for those who jio? j -ecs'bo elective or appointing powtrr. It will show them that notbli g is more fatal to th- tjivertles of a uariou ttau the ii' mination to such sscrl^'tftDta of men wh v, to igal abilities, do not add the necessary mi ni MUilili'u Hons for lb em. We believe tbat in tnls latter re-port we are much lot s earelul tnau we should be, seeing he great interests we have at stake. Wo elect men to 'he lloaoh Ic is for the lespectaoillty of their taieats and character than lor their political subserviency and ptttWi-n'p. As loi g as (his is the ense, wo are likely to turnlsh paral lels to the subjects which Mr. Elildreth as So Justly hold up to odium In bis work. To Impress this convi -.'.ion ou the public mind would bo In itself a laudabl- and uaet d sim, and we thank Mr. Hllorc'h Ar aoUcipa'iug une ot the sad aevonlies of the times. Miwio Like, or Before and Behind rim Curtain, l.y Anna Cora llitclile. Ticknor k Fields, ilodton. Mrs. Riichl", Inmerly ki>o*n to our readers as Mrs Hoe a it, has given us, In the present volume, the obser vations if b?r theatrical >lfe, he* autob!-gra my uavl ig pre.Ionslj futnbned us with the hiitory ol her owu pro okmijubI raiccr. The most that can be s?id of tuis la<t work of hers Is, that it Is pret.ly written, full of po-ti. iireges and overcharged sentiment but eutlrely wan'trw in the vigor and intellectual fores which we expect to find In a writer trained in so severe and trying a ? -hool as she has been. There Is an nosenoe of reality, b >ta in ibe const ruction of the Incidents and in the sketches of charse'er, which letds one frequently to doubt whether the fair authoress has seen and observed as meet of the atribal Ufa a? she unques louably has done. As an in stance of this, we need only cite the fket of her a-slgnlvg as a residence to a stock actor at the Dublin theatre, "a handsome mansion in Morrion square1'??the met aristo cratic quarter ol that would be arlstoeratio el?y. We rrgiet too, to And her falling Into thkt vicious habit of which tie example was ret by Willis?of adding to cur vernacular coinages of questionable to Ho. With all these faults, the'book Is an agreeable and readable one, snd will, no doubt, enjoy the nsual sharo of popularity vvh-eh Mis. Ritchie's lit erary productions command. The Knickerbocker Gallf.rt. A Testimonial to the Editor of the Knickerbocker Magazine irotn its Contributors. Samuel Hueston, Broadway. The tide of this public-tion sufficiently explains its obycet. It U a tribute of the most graceful and appro priate kiod to one who soem* to have deserved well of his professl ?nsl associates, and who ha* beon fortunate enough to ocnciliate the unanimous good will of a cla-s not over remarkable for their generosity towards each other. Viewed in this light, the hook is a curio-Ity; regard ed in the point of literary and artistic merit, it is equally entli led to oar admiration. It Is got upin the rery first sty is "f tj prgraphical excollenco, printed on the very finest payer, and illustrated by nearly fifty beautifully executad sttel portraits of the contributors to the mtgtuae, amongst whom ate included some of the leadiog names in American lferature. Each of these writers has con tributed an at tide to the work, snd the occasion eeetn. to have Inspired all to write In their happiest v-in the specimens presented to us are amoDgst the bo-t tbat w? have seen of their different style-, and the cnlle?tl >u altogether forms one of the choicest nation,1 an.hologie that has as yet been published. A* a gift book for the present season, we hate none that possesses greater in. teres* sod value. The Discarded Daughter, by Mra. ^outhirorth T B. Peterson, Philadelphia. Ibis novel is one of the best tbat we owe to the r?? of bis talented and prolific witer. The story is naturally on! truthfully wrought out the characters are evlleu'lv .1 awn frcm tile, and the interest of the pio? Is enhanced by the apparently inartificial manner ia which its effects ?re produced A .more pleasing, unaffected a ad genial delineation of Amoitcan social life it has not been our good fortune to meot with for some time. Dickens' Little Folkh. A eerics of Joveniles, se lected from Dickens' works. J. 8 Redlicld The idea of these little gift books U an exsneiingly Itapyy ooe. We have prescn'ed to us In them a ee.ies c' thco beautl'nl tllustr-Uors of child life wo'ch consti tute one cf the grea'est charms cf Kr. Dickons' "orkr, wiihiut any of those strong and dL-sgreeab'e contrasts vh'ch sre ut fit for tbe contc-platl .n ot the Infant mind No more appropriate or agreeable present cm be mode t> rtlldien by woy ofa New Year's gift than the lit'-.a collec tion published under the above title. Mips MoIntosh'b N Juvenile Libeary. Ap pietcn & Co. Nomewhat similar in Ann, and almvst equul.y attrac tive In contents, Is the collection of Juvenile stories which hiss AloTntosh has published for tbe benefit or her young fileads. They have ail f me m-ral or Instructive aim and from tho agrees bW, gossipy style In which they a # written, arc eerteln to bo great fireside favorites. The New Brllllb ( ommtndrr-ln-ChUC TO TRK KPITOR OF THE OKBaT.D. Bomox, Itoc. SO, 1850. Year Baltimore correspondent 1mm taken m.i h pains to let the public light m to the Command?r-iii-Chi?f o tb? British furees In the Crimen, but, unfortunately. hU information is wholly inoorn ct. In the army list for April, 1848, Wm. J. Codi Ington holds the rank of GepUin and I ieuts nent Colonel la the seoood battalion of the Cold s'resm ffuards. CoL Codrington accompanied the Guard* to Turkey, ?n<l on tho 20th June, 18M, received brevet pr motion io toe rank of Msjor-Generai; consequently be e< old no longer hold ? eoranauy iu the Guards. As e General of Brigade, In the Light division, Gen. Codling ton's i-ervies-e ere loo well known to require reeepUult tkin. (>n the tenly sward of honors being made to the noroea who survived Alma, Inkermena. the Guarrlee, the ? h astix.ua 18th of June, 'he winter and tho trenches, W J. Codrlngtnn received the decoration of a K night Com merderot the Bath, t nonce the piefti of "r*r ' to his name?sot from hereditary or sell-won honors as a wo not, ta your eerrespondrnt would lead ona to believe, thresh few names could have homo such dls'lcictioii 9 >t icr than that of the hero of Navartno, the fe'hnr <>' oar new Commamdsr-in Chief in the Crimea. PEN nNKI. TO THE KPITOR OF TBK DKRALI). Mr. J. MerrifleUl la mistaken In naming Sir Wllitam ttaj mood Ct.diirg.on as General Commanding the Brt'Ui Army in the Crimea. Mr William Raymood Cxdringt - , Bart., is fourth bart., horn at Rranos, in Bkittany, France, in 18M, and succedeil bla fa-her in 1818; hU sue ceaxion was i Irputed, but bis legitimacy wax coo'l'm-M by the Rcral'l'a 0> liege; residence. Chateau d? la Biui Isys, mar Montf rt. Hitltany. Hr Wm J. C-drtngtin I* a K. C. I)., ano net a baronet; ia ton of jJtr rC.'w?r.l Uki ru g'on, and is the General Comma no log in the Crimen. Yours apart'ally. llWff PEERAGE, to:. Ijomi Isi.xm), Dee. 20. 185B. Mtptebiopb J)?ArraARAROK of Bark Bills in boKKiv.?vt iihln a short time paxt nearly Olo.OJO haw dirapjeared in effecting the exrt arges between some t our State street banks The particulars, a* tea l?*rn are aa 0 llowa:? Aa our readers are aware, an exchange of the tubs of other berks held by the bank a in this el'y is at teeted by many at the commencement nt buxiu.'S- tor tie day. Kor thlx purpose there I* at the Ruffidk Rank a b >x tor eoeb r.f the other banks. In whieh tie bills of three rtvetal bonks ere placed, end from which they are tak -a by the memi ngera .'if the respective banks. <?u raurscsy morning last the messenger ot the Wa hlogton tUnk went ss utnal to maka his exchange*. 1 be box at the knfTjlk was emptied aa usual into his bag and ha pro ex rdnd to the Washington Bank, wbeia on e-iuo'lng t!>e Mils thb mm r f seven tbourand dollars w<s round to Im mUshry. The Suffolk Banks contend* that it delivered to ike meaaengev of the Washington the fall sum dus that rank. The mxsseagsr. who-# integrity Is flrmly estab In bed, ray i 'hat he delivererl all that he received te the Cashier of his own hank. Whersthe Mils htro gone to s a question wltieh he* net yet been solved, and in the mrairticie an into eating noes:ton arises, which bank Is tr> bear the loss! We also understand that e rnysteri ..is disappearance of a similar nature has oeearred bvtee-n the ruff elk Hank and the Merchants' Bank. The amount Is 82,580. The kbitfolk ttmk claims to be able t > show Met the bills were delivered. The Merchants' Bank i ever received them. Thus the matter stands it p c .ent. The whole affair la wrapped in e deep mys<erv, which ell the efforts to solve have thus far been in vain. ?hotton Journal, hoe, 17. The inanguration of the Gxverner of Altbvne took pleco at Montgomery, en the 3?th lost. Our Purls Csrrwapoitdeiicu. Paws Dec a, lMfl. Tk? Kvg of Sardinia? Hit Simpl* and IfruyirntatvnH ChatarUr? f'ra.e Symptom*?"uial Close of the Kchibi tum A) utn i the I'uUu?ifualijicatiom of Aspirants for C feint Sitaattosss?The War Again# the Paris Patiket/, dfc., tie. Ike King if -aidiria has not loft very favoiahl* impres sions of h ? a. flit'? here In m'tigtUoo, howeru, of the new *W< h ti e peculiarly eireumsertmxl character o. Hie L'ejmiv'^ c< i tim. atlonel o^eerva'l'Ti* induced many to i?l?, il 1? niily Urtu ittte 'hat Victor Rmanoei lean exception to tbe role which general; a-piles to royalty-m the* o> tl e posasfston ?t languages. It ap[tears that h? speaks Freach with gnat difficulty and English not ataU. tie would seem to bt a man who submits to the pomp and restrain' of roya.ty glib g'rat difficulty, and on every available oocaeUm irizen the opportunity of emancipating himrelf. Hts countenance, however, le so remarkable, with tis mou-1aches of ultra length, aod the peonllar position 01 hi-" head, which aires him the appearance of a perpetuel "tar gsser, that it hae been re y difficult fur him. (ren at night, to perrerve hie incognito, when, muffled in cloak and with lighted segar, he hat traversed the 1 ailtltn Bouievards. or tho huge thoroughfares of LoliIoo, though in tbe last metropolis I hear His Ma jesty was mor e fortunate (n escaping annoyance. la Fails ht was <wice obliged togtre up his promenade, an 1 lir. w binuell In'o a passing toiture t j avoid the crowd, ht Oompiegoe he will be more at his eue; and at ho I* an ixc 1 ett shot, and the forests thne alxmnd with game, Victor I manuel wi I Lave am isemeuts iniro a'tor his own heart than h..II and pageant, aud long urindod addressee. He has been ho gratified with the cordis) reception given him by tho Fienoh o ?rgy that he hts sent dc.orv.lonr? lbose cheap rtwarns of king?to the Archbishops of fans fIvona, aud Aveguun, as also to tuo Bishop of Mareeii es \ ou witi perceive ihat the Eoclish joornsls are ail more or Ism Ua-plfif up n the suhj ot ot peace, and prlvato l*v*i? wblcr, i lee.tive meuilui e oo'.Ui fust the Thun der r?aa tue is called?is, witb its aoeus'omod tac', t.i homing i s rails to eutor cheeriully on the pacific sea sr.d hat the v.o, if tne popmsr sympathy shuula set in tbst Hiec'ion. I confess 1 do n >t my-elt road tbearti cmif iho g'eat leading Journal in thu sense, nor do I beuevo that popular teeiing would support it in any such change ol nptbioL. t)T c <urse, with 8obastopol aeslroyed, and huksia -ee it g neon dilation by a renunciation '' tin uroiutis of tie iisuu re aud any control over the shores of tbe i mine t' eie con bo uo rearonanle pretence fo.- keep ing Up thowir spnlt, and ooininerel,) Kogfaud would ! berk ler great o g-n of ibe pi ess fu hsr efTor n to lower tho pr.puiar pi.gr.m i y of tho country; hat this is pre suu> irg ni re I u?u 1 suspect Hum is in an yet disposed to admit. ibis isthe first dav of closing the exhibition against the public. Id order l<> preveut any oonftision in the re moval ot the various arlid* e, expoeanta ore to be ap pi lrvd at li eir residences when they may outer the build ing enl take tbeui out, ill abich time they arc not per mitted to enter en any plea whatever. Tbe Mimileur announces that vacancies in the adminis tration of tbe telegraphic wires are to be tilled up by competition am ng tbe supernumeraries, the remun-t a tion tor which situati >ns are some ?W) a tear. I'o htve any chance of gaining them, however, tho candidate is re^ulr.d hi have attainments such as would give him a veiy high rank, even hi the polytechnic s:h wl? w i'iag, ge aetry, dra-lng, chemistry, dynamics, elect i ity, drawiig of plans, levelling. Ac. Oue would certainly suppose, from so muoh being required in very suoor dinate sifnanons that tue general aoqu resent of France was something prodigious, a supposition which, tram personal experience, I am little inclined to adopt. FreLcbmen, In nine instanoes on*, often owe more super ficial then solid in their general infirmati'ie. the marrow bone and eleaver row still continues in great force. Nor. a day paseea but that a doseu bu'ebers are fined and lmpiisnutd for evading the now law. The government, however, knowing that they have tho pub la wl h .hi m, carry on tho war with a high band, end the inspection oi weights xui measures is proieeded with ia the same sou it. Daily the most respestsble Oouies arn invaded, the owners carted off and imprisoned, end an Ojjiehe stuck np over their doors annonueing to all the world the dishonest practices the villain proprietor ha I had raoourse to. By and by, as wo have so m ieh to do With Turkey, perhaps tho bastinado will be introdaced, and Caliph Bonaparte sea to Us administration. BERriE. Pari*, Dm. 0, 1866. Armivrrtary of 2d qf December?Gm, Cktnrobert's Return, and y*w House?Approaching Marriajc of the Wi'Unu of Marshal St. Jrnaud?Gen. PrJiuier and Hl? 300,000 Praru I a fear?Or. Feron and Hit -600,000 trades a. Tear?Aeic liooks?The Winter Season at Paris?Recent Death*. In (lie French Journal* of the 2d of DcdOmber yon will Bet 6nd ash g e el.union to thedete of which last Sunday we* the anniversary. Bat yon matt not, therefore, imagine that thit dete 1* forgotten, cither by those wh in it ushered into the splendor* of empire, or by those Whom it consign* d to the miseries of exile. Victor Hugo, in his new retreet et Bedrid, end Napoleon the Third, in th* chateau of the Tuiletiet, remember it equally well. 8od?etl Frerchmen, whether et home or at Cayenne. It is nowhere forgotten, save, perhaps, in FssgUnd, which (since the alliance,) counts many more (Tutu vine?ultra Bonaperttst"?tuan France ; although I most admit baring net a 1th not a few Americans whose eyes are so daxx'ed by success as to bo some blind to the means by which it la attained. Republicans as they are, (by b'rth,) some of die latter fotrly out-emperor the Ruspc ror in their professions of attachment to Napoleonic ideas. Gen. Canrobert art ived in Parla on the Mot December, on hie return fmm thoie Northern com ts which here lavished on him all sorts of honors?except, perhaps, the honor of having succeeded In the objeot* of hie mission. We sbail see whether, With all his nsw scars and rlbb ius snd diploma*, b* has brought back, also, the promise exeo o* such treaties, duly signed and sealed, a* will gratify the hearts < f the Weetern allies. Bean ehile, the General is comfortably ins'ailed in th* splendid furniture which, according to bis orders, on )saving for hi* northern tour, ha* transformed his hoar* Into a palate. He left special Instructions as to the gilding (shaiing as he does the weakness of '.be December Generals for the color of a cer tain metal), and bis boose ehtnes with It, like that of B. Billand, in the plso* St. Georges. Will both houses need to be regllded befoie th* gandy pride of the first entire, now brought to light In honor of the eeconl, shall again have keen consigned to the garrets sad cellars of the I sUia du Garde Beable, where the insignia of mere than one departed power still rust, while awaiting their turn, also, to be revived end burnished? Another question which 1 have beard asked is, whether Gen. Csnrobe-t, whs is still a bachelor, has selected a bird for hi* lre*bly gilded cage. However this may be, ?rath gosrlo he* teen oeea?iuued by the rumor that the ?ms of Marshal de Main'. Aruand is about to kneel at tbe altar witu a second husband, B. de Clermont Ton net*. aide de ramp of tbe late Mar bsl. There are not wanting malicious tongues to comment on the ??emiog ba-te of tbe widow of the victor of Alms to renounce bis name and memory. Th* tumor whiob las been so widely spread, that the Sultan bus letned on Geo. Pells-wr t pensim of t vo honor*d ihoueand frsnes a year? abeuru as it s-emed. In view of Mi* *te'e of Turkish finance*?has only bow ra ce-ted e formal contradiction. No doubt, however, thst Gen. Tellei-ier lius enough money left to furnish a Bouse in I arte as splenitid/y a* Gen. Oanrohert, if Hke his pro deeCMor he should ouance to be recalled en account of strange r.elny* in taking 8eba*topol. Dr. Tefofi'e novel Vinq-Cent Pianrt <1 Rente?Five Bundled Francs a Year?was published on Boncay. Its title is raitainly charaoteri-tic, and taalog enough to secure for tbe first volume at least, almost as wide a sale a* that of th* first volume of bis Me moires. The e later baa opened with aa notis ial number of new pt littcaMons. Among thesed must rice particularly Th lets' twelfth volume of I'Historic da ('?munlaI et de I'En wwr?Casaetigue'a hrgne de Louis XVI.? a picture uf trench srelery in that period; to* olegant manner" and hsbits i.l Versailles snaths lrianon; its noble - *b4 gen thn en; tie lady ftlei.daof Queen Barie Ant tioelt*; por traits ot plat * <> I'niignae, of th* Pri eeee de Lam. lie Do kc.; ShnnpLU* Gander's review ol tbe reravl txbtbiWen of Tine Arts, under the title sf Renttm Arts en AVrrye, 1866; aad La Bohame Galon's, by the lato Getero de Net v?l. it bat with new booka, naw plays new operas, with th* leetmsa at the Porbonne, at the (Xlisg-of Prince, snd at lb* numerous special schools, with bo * sale* aad pic tme tale*, tbe I'mlaian* mu likely to amuse tbems-ise* la spit* < [the elnetrg of iheexolMtton, and thesbMncof > isi'rrs o' rtyal *? d plebeian tdrth. The Jard a d'Hirer as rnr sd it* series of an'erbitom' nts, and tbe monster cneetts a', tbv I'alaee of Industry have a so ceased; bat her* will be, pitiably, lb* u?nui complement of winter *11* and eoncerts. henta and price* ars still extremely hiph, notwithstanding th* dimiai-hed number of s'raog r* It. I'erta. Rat in spi<e of alt drawbeek* those foreigners who remain I '-' during tbe acpro-ohirig sea* -a wtil douhtlees snsre tbe prevailing opfnl -n as to tbe gaiety of a ?inlet at I ?tls?If they can ?'go into society" and keep oat of Clicby. fie private ballsand parties wtU perhswt he fewer thnn usnsl. and ?t the reunion* of the season not a fow of the persona present will be in mourning or but ?monrnm.r, and thus (but not otherwise) remind yon <>f the dex ) y war In the Fast. Wei* not the ? Guillotine Ball*" h aronsfor their gaiety? Teeth hu- been busy of late elsewhere than at the >?\t of war, ainl }< n most hare n*tic*<l amoog it* victim* 'he esmss of M Mole, ex Minis' or of I/>ui* Pbtliupn. Admiral Rtii*?, B. Tall et, rne of thn first nrnnasent* ot the P*H* bar, st d ?l ow I'sussidlTre. FIG All''. Pbh.adtt.fb i a Hoabo of Tbadk ?T1l? I'hili deljhia l otrti of Pr.de at a meeting held on tv today Ust rrtolved to forward to Congrt** e memorial signed by the iffieers of the Board, asking an appropriation to establish a ft-st road through tbe pnbil.t domain, fmm tl?? western linn of Missouri to thn ntstern tinseft'vU for nie, or on s urh other routs as may be deemed most rltgible, with the requisite water end ailli sry stations. A cony of the saw * memorial was also ordered t > be p-e psred, to be sigrerl by th* dtiaras of Thllsdelpbls, and a third for trsi.'mi-sfon to th* Board sf Trade ?*. ?i. I/mis. It was al*? it" I red to appoint e eommi '.tee to eonfor with tbe Philadelphia Agrienltnral Hoaiety In roferenen to holdlag the o?*' annunl meeting of the I'siHl Plate* Agrteibuial 8-let* *? Fhilsdelpbia. he tires w?r* also taken to pre** the -epealofthc usury laws upon the" l enns) lvasla I*gt lato re.