Newspaper of The New York Herald, January 9, 1856, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated January 9, 1856 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 7072. MORNING EDITION? WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1856. PRICE TWO CENTS. THREE DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. ARRIVAL IP THE CANADA AP HALIFAX. PZLA.CB RUMORS OONTINUJEL NOTHING FROM THE CRIMEA OR ASIA. Cotton and Breadstuff* Drooping v Consols 88 5-8 a 88 H &c., Ac., <tc. Haijfai, Jan. 8, I860. Tlie c<?arijiliip Canada, Captain Stone, from Liverpool at 10 o'clocK A. M., ou Saturday the 22d ult., arrived !i?re at 12>g o'olcck to-day, and nailed at 3.30 P. M., with I a stiff brt>?/? from the uoutheaft. accompanied with snow, for Boaton, when she wUi be dme early ok Thursday morning. The Canada sailed at 3:30 P. M., with a ?t(ff hree/* from the hoi tlieast, accompanied with snow, for Boston, where she will be due early on Thursday morning. Hhe briiifrs Liverpool dates of Saturday, the 22d ult., three days later than these received by the Arago, at New York. The steamship Washington, from New ;York, arrived off the Wen?r ou the -1st, and put back to Southampton, after landing the mailt) and panne tigers, as the ice pre vented her reacbtag Bremen. The new* by this arrival in simply confirmatory ot the previous advices, with the usual complement of peace rumors and speculations uyn n the result of Count Ester hary's mission to St. Petersburg. A defen.^ve treaty between Sweden and the Western Powers had certainly MM ?KiBed. v There is no news of fl^pertance from tlie Crimea and Asia, and in both places affairs were in statu qvn. A languid tone prevailed, in the Ijiverpool cotton market, ami prices, although not quotably lower, were v rather easier than at the departurejof the Pacific. The week's business wan restricted to about 36,000 bales. In breadstuff* but little speculative demand existed, and a slight decline upon the previous week's quotations had taken place. Messrs. Brown, Shipley & Co. quote Western Canal Hour at 42s. per bbL Provision-' generally were quiet, but a slightly im proved demand in some articles is reported. In the I?ndon money market rather more stringency ww obhorvab'e. Consols were a trifle lower than on the departure of the AraRe, the closing rates for money and account being ??,\a8$.<x. THK WAR. STATE OP NEGOTIATIONS. The niMieiit position of pease prospects 1h this : ?It may be mniinoereU that Austria made a suggestion of certain terms not known to the public, which the Austrian Ca binet considered might constitute a basis for pasltic nego tiations. The^e suggestions Austria sent to Paris through the French Minister at Vienna. The French government sent a copy of mid suggestions to London. Much cor reepou<tetice ensued between Ixindon and Paris, resulting in the original suggestions being sent back, altered by France and Vingland, to Vivana. The An* nun Cabinet expressed mortification that the -uggfrtionK were not adopted eiplieiier. More corres pondence ensued, resulting in Austria agreeing to ap pend her Mint, jointly with Franee and England, to the modified proposals. The proportion thus amended, mat on Stnday, 1'tc. IS? as notified by the Arago? sent from Vienna in charge of G.unt ljturbazy to St. Petersburg. ?Tho content* of this ultimatum are kept profoundly se cret. If the C?ir refuses, France and lingLand threaten to continue the war, and Austria to cease diplomatic re lations and afterwards to be governed by tlie course ol events. Simultaneously with the trannml.Hr tan ot peace pro posal- to Kar-ia, the Paris Moniteur publishes tlie treaty enters.: r'nio between the allies and Sweden, guarantying the ixiNting limits of Sweden against ftus-ian aggression. As Rntsis (toes not at present threaten Sweden, this ill time^ tieaty may be viewed by Russia as an intentional ineuit and a cause Or the rejection of the peaco proposal*. The terms ol the treaty are Tory stringent. It fs de clared that the treaty is concluded to prevent f ver> complication of a nature to trouble the balance of power in Kurofw. Hy srticle 1st the King of Sweden engages hin< m If uot to cece to Rwsa La, nor to exchange wtth her, nor allow her to occupy, any portion of the territory belonging to the crown 01 Sweden and Norway. He engages more v ever, not to cede to Russia any right of pasturage or tishirg ground, or or any other nature whatsoe ver, of the said ttrti lories, or of the roast of Sweden and Norway, and to reject any pretension Russia might raise to estab lish the existen.e of any of the above named rights. Ar ticle tecoud stipulates that, in case Russia should make any proposition to the King of Sweden, or any demand with a view to obtain cither the cession or exchange 01? any portion whatever of the territory belonging to tho crown* of Sweden acd Norway, bo it permission to occupy certain points of said territory or the cession of tishtng 01 pasturage rights, or of any other on these dime territories, or on the coast of Sweden un l Norway ?tlie King of Sweden engages to communicate imrne' rfiately inch proposition to the Kmporor of France and ?Jueen of Fogiand; and they engage to provido Sweden ?v. itb suflii-.ent naval and military forces, with tliO?e ot Sweden, to resi-it the claims or agirres-iions ot Russia The nature, the importance, and the destination ot the forces in (question, shall, the cane occurring, be decided by acrmmon agreement between the throe Powers. A secret is appended to the treaty, providing foe Sweden eventually taking the field against RuHPia. Vienna private correspondence intimate s that th Aus trian government decline 1 an invitation made by Prussia ?n the 7t!i of Septoncber to j< in Prussia In a paiific in tervention; also, that Napo!> on refused tho invitation of r PrnsMa, conveyed by Raron Prokssch to Part1-, to open negotiations, bnt that in the middle of No^eraoer Count I<uol, in (he name of Austria, invited the Western Pow ers to re-<rp*n at Paris tho peace coherence of Vienna, recommencing also that, the guarantees shall be maintained as the basis of negotiations, but that the third po'nt of guarantee respecting Russian lominaticn in the Hlaek Sea should be moiilied. Russia hits not leplied to the proposal, but would send repre- -nt atives to the conference. Hence has arisen the rumor that the Austrian Anglo-French proposal is meroiy to de tine the meaning of the third point, md that tf an under standing be come to, the Vienna Conference, so called, will lie reopened In Paris, in the middle of January. It is stated that the Swedish Ambassador at Vienna has formally announced to the Austrian government vliat Sweden ad hues to the Allies' intorpre'a'ion of tho four point*. It is alsontaW that Count Stnck?lt>org had brought to Vi enna a Russian proposal for peace, in terms different from those proposed by tho Allies. This, however, is doulitful. ' Tbe Ft rrHel- government is 'aid to hav? demanded an ?xplanH'ion trom the Court ot Vienna as; to tho Inten tion of Austria in reducing tho Aunt. Ian army, lite Atm; Bonn I of tliat country is selling uo fewer than seventy thousand horses. The present position of af foirs may be thus expressed. France is Ions peaceful and England less warlike than they seem. 1h* Xjordon " aily Wnrs says n, majority of the French ?'Cabinet think Austria will aooojt. the terms propos.-d, ami a r ejorit y of tho Cnglish ministry think not. THE PRINCIPALITIES. Rumor that ihe projected conforcuoes fir a settle men t tti the Principalities are indefinitely adjourned. ?Count Corunlni will resume the cominauu of tbe Aus trian aimy there. AFFAIRS IN THE CRIMEA. A hurricane had occurred in tho Crimea. Tlie Tch'or naya tiver had overflowed its banks, doing considerable 41am*?*. ihere Is nothing later tlian General C'odrin(*ton's , pt'cli of the 4th, saying that tho Russians continued *o lire heavily from the north side, without doing much <atnsge l he ground was covered with snow. Savings '"n" bo opened in the liritish army. ASIA. Ihere are few additional particular- confirming the irortenl-r of Kara, which took plans on tho 28th of No vember. On November 11th ticneral Monravietr sum moned ti' garrison to surrender. General Willlamii hold ? council of wsroti the loth, and after the council the tarns, i J '?,?"?? ?'f vrue, asking tin days- suspen sion "i lostllltief, and pcrmis-iou to send a cou- . Iler to General Mouravied offered ?o grant an ho;, 'f&hle copitulatlon, auil allowed an F.nglish . an leint Tt lr.son) to go to l>?roum. Thomson returned irmt'ii '< ?ura wvi reaeho<. Knr, < n the 23d. General *ii t Hi. ins then demanded an laterview with Moura<ieiT tor tlie 24th. Ily this time the garrison had no food e tee it eone horseflesh, for Uie i? Urc hoBpit^, y,.jP q|0 narrathre break* off, and we bare do detail* of the aur render. frivato accounts, without dates, (rather doubtful), my l hat Onier l'aaha had driven in the Kusmana, ana takm p^esidon of Khoui five leagues fr ?n Kutalf, and wan pioparing to attack the latter ctty, whtah wan gar risoned by ten thounmd Kuakiaa*. Mournvieff had de tailed a part ol hU torce to appose Oner. The furkn are t-aid to have lounci 12,0(0 far coat* in KJaoai. Great B< Italn. Attention in entirely occupied in discussing the proba bilities of peace. It in remarkable that the general pnb ic apeak more in f?vor of car.-ylng on the war now tha ?t any previous pe'iod. The Caeea baa Hunt a jewelle deeoiation to Miss Mghtipgnle. Heavy pale* bad prevailed during na meroi a c?.-ual4ies were reported ru thrfBflHDfait, ku-l no An.ei lean f-tip.- a:e ktown to be d<a^Ec^ We Span ish brig Utavo. from Hnrcclno* for Ha^aK. wreske 1 on the night of the 10th Instant. off Gibraltar Korty live pMMBgers were drowned, Including Mjven ladies. France, A treaty of amity and commerce between Franoe an 1'erate in c< nf luded, and an envoy has left I'atii to ex change rati tie* tionn. General Canrobert will b? name Mai nurtl of t rance. Spain. The Cuba us have eent a protect agal>st the impolicy of Lay i Kg additional taxea on colenial produce, aatho new built propose*. Holland, The first steamer of the New York line, the Belgu|ite, wan formally Daptijed at Antwerp on the 15th by tne Car dinal Archbishop ot Malioea and a crowd of clergymen. Denmark. immark has requested the government* interested to adjourn the conference* on the Sound -loca . A (open 1 agen letter nays tnat only two States have as yet pro ncurcetl in luror of Denmark's views ? namely, Rutnia nn 1 llecbienberg. The Kust-ian Finance Minister some time aince stated that he could not raiae the large sum required to capitallae, and there'ore preferred remaining an they are. I/>rd Clarendon has announce! that ir the I'r.iti'd States i-hips paaa without tolla, British ahipa will r*"H also. Ihe trial of the rx-MInI*ters had Been post poned till January 12. Orraiany, Fiankfort papers publish an lmi?rtal ukase authorising ibe new Rui-sian loan. Tmkey. The new ministry under Redschid Pacha is to 1k> re orgaaiud. Kwece. The new ministry cultivate friendly relations with tlie allien. T UK LA fEST (BT TEU.tJBAFH PROM LONDON TO LIVKKPOOL.) The I,ondon Ti met' city article, dated Friday evening, ?ays a temporary diminution of oonfldence in the result of the minion of Count Esterhar.y to St. Petersburg caused consols to ojieo at a reaction of one quarter per cent from the improved rates of yesterday. The amount of buninef* throughout the day w?i Miiail, hut the demand for money itm geneiully active. Tlie present retiirns of the stock of the Hank of Fnglaud contain the result of the incrca-ed amount of circulate 11 recently grantei by the order in Council. In pursuance of the terms of the Bank act, the amount of securities in the issue depart ment is now ?14,476,000, and the increase of ?476,000 ban been taken from the government securities held in the Bank hiilargcment , which wonbl otherwise have been precisely tlie name as in the previous return. The letterK from Paris to-day state that the exchange oa I/ond on continues flat, but that the pressure for money has slightly subsided. Ihe war budget of the kingdim of Sardinia, jnst pre sented to tho Piedmontese Chaml>ers, fixes the n^pensei of th? v, nr during 1866 and 1866, at 74, USA, 632 francs, in cluding 11,386,401 francs for the navy. The Invalid e Itv.'m contains a despatch from General Mouravieff. lie reports that he has t-ak^n possession of one httrdred and thirty cannon, large stores of amvnurd ticn, and .standards, with 10,000 prisoners, besides tlms already reported ? H,000 being Turkish regulars and 4.00 1 Redies. The I?ndou U<utVt of Friday contains a copy o the ueaty between Kngland, France and Sweden. Continental Intelligence. LONDON MONET MARKET. The bullion in the Bank of Kngland has inereised j?22l',000 during the week, but the bank had on hand t<ro and a half millions of tho last Turkish loan to export in gold; tlJs, and ibo absence of gold arrivals, and some shipment! of specie lrom the bank, canted an active de mand for money and rather more stilngoncy. Tlie stock markets, both in London and Paris, were steady, at ? slight decline from the highest r;ite of the past fortnight tonfobi lor money acd account closed :it|$t> ?? a S8>4'. axkbu'ak sFfi Rrriw. Messrs. Bell & Co. report, American stocks dull and quotations mostly nominal, Messrs. Baring brothers report as follows : ? I nitcd States Hones, 18*18 lOtf a ? Massachusetts Sterling Fives "8 a W Maiyl;?nd Sterling Bonds BO a !)?? Virginia Sterling Five* 84 a 85 Tennessee Sixes 84 a ? l'enntylvania Fives (Certiorate*) 70 a 71 Pennsylvania Fives (Bonds) 78 a 7? I'enusy vsula Central Kallroid, 1st mort... 88 a N9 TlJinoLs Central Ilailroad 74 a 76 Illinois Freeland 75 a 77 Erie Sevens 75 a ? Canada Sixes 105 a LIVERPOOL COTTON MARK IT. Messrs. Blown, Shipley &Co. quote a languid market, and pj Ices rntber easier than at the departure of th"? 1'acUic, but not quotably lower. The Brokers' Circular fays that toe market w?" quiet, with but a limited spe rulat've demand, and stocks freely offering. The week's -.alts amounted to 3?,00O bales. of which exporters took ".600 bales, and speculators a small quantity. The total Mock in port was .'112,000 bales. Including 128,000 Amevi ran. 'Ilie hales on Friday were about 0,000 bales. The following ar? the closing quotations:? Fair Orleans, fair M obi It-, (Id,. ulr uplands, 5 %d.; middling, i> ll-lrtd.; middling 5 !' 9-lfd.: middling, 6)?a.; ordinary to ;;<Hsl ordinary, 6d. a ,V\4'i. ; inferior, 4.Vd.a 5.L LIVERPOOL IIHEA08TFPFS MAKKKT. Messrs. Browu, Shipley A Co, report tlour dull at the following quotations:? Western Canal, 4'Js. ; Ohio, 14s.; 1 hiludelphlv and Baltimore, -'2s. tkl. :i 41*. (id.; Cana olan, 42s.; sour, 41s. Wlreat Id. a 2d. lower, with but little speculative demand; white, lis. 9d. a 12s. 2d.; red, 10s. '>d. a lis. 2d. Corn ha.i declined fid., and was dull, en account of large :<rriv?!s in Ireland from the Black see; white, [iOs.; yellow, 41s. 6d. ; mixed, 44s. LIVERPOOL PROVISION M tBKIT, kfesnrs. Hi cbaroson Spence & Co. report |>ork quiet, at former iste*. Prime Wo ;torn, 85s. Beef in improved de ma ml. Fitice mess. 120*. I?rd more active, t)t5s. Bacon In better demand, at 58s. for Western. r.IVKBPOOf. PltOBt'Cr: MAKKKT, Tl.e Broker's Circular quotes rosin quiet; sales at 4s. l/M. a 6s. for common, to 'tt>. >"si. for linn. Spirit.* tur pontino quiet; sales at .'56?. t5d. Crude turpentine quiet, at nnchangcd prices. Tar unchanged In p 'ice, but in active demand, and commands 17s. Bice unchanged ami dull. Ashes dull; pots are uoted ut .'ISih. a o9u. (Id., pearls 45s. Bark unchanged. VfiPc. dull at t'8s. a tins, l'alm oil in limited demand at I: regular pi ices. 1'ale seal dnll at C6?i per tun. Rape and linsifd oi's v holly unchanged. Olive oil easier but not quotably lower, ilycwoods In moderate demand, but v ithout any Material change in price. Tea dull and rices unchanged, wi'h more hnyers than aellen. Cof ?o steady. TTebacco unchange<l but Ann. LONDON PttOIil'CK MAKKKT. Messrs. Baling Brothers quite Western canal Hour at 40s. I 'hio, Kit. ; white wheat, 82s. WeUtli bar iron on b< ard snip. ?8 a JC8 5. Scotth pig, 75s. Sugar steady, witii a Litte better inquiry. LIVKRPOOL PFK.mirr MAKKKT. Freights quiet, but a scarcity of ships prevents :i _'e clinein prices. 8TATK Of JKADK IS MANCIHWTKR. Trade in Mauehc-ter quiet, and theru had l>c u no cliange of moment in prices. PasM-ngen by the Canada* M>- Todxe and maid, -I T-irukenl-vrg and lady, flap'. Islev, I.iwit Col Todge, tlr(J Hlmpsoo, AT Oalt and lady. Rev Mr Whi'.K n, Mrs Kl.ia, Miss Kills, Monieomery, Mrs M'-uack len, Vrs Forayth, Mr' Vgan, ('apt J Rowker, MrSywieUand t?? children, Mr Rowlindnon and lady, Mcsars Cniker, Hearse, llaaml, Mooteath, Melles MrOnllom I.eRoy, .'orrlad, Taylor, T u-hi, Curtis, Hleekinand, Von Tcneni.odebem, Berrs-U, Van rterboerst, I'srturan, Ayres, Orcgory, Reddick, Partrtdse. Mar<), Wi it, Carif. Pnllbrlck, B tdnall, Thorpe, SerraU, .Iiuv>b, Haxtin, H eh ark, Thornton. J Thornton, llolbom, Rov Mr Whi'ten, lli'.ain. Dun, KUiott, Uuttrlck, Pearson, Oray, smitti, Mallon, Kardin. Massehl, Ofthom, Ta.on. Orey, Ma '?ou, tViliiains, ><eauin, Kbermsyer. Rummer-", Twonlnx, FA M.i.-on. (The last named geu Uerean >liodon the vuyag?? '.its Jus-a-o was consumption.) ^ Shipping Intrlltef-nrc. Arrive.1 from New York l'":fc, off IJunueno**, A^net, for Itri'nu'n. New Hampshire, In tlie Ciyde; tnion, at Dre men; Waliane, nt Hbields; Emigrant, at Ponsinimth: Oenniv se. off Plymouth; lvtii, Moni ( astlo, rd Antwei-ji; PHli, Ki reiHior, at Liverpool; ash, Nord America, at Oravesend; Jlsv, l*nr.rr ildi. at Quoanstown. Airlved from lloston Nov '.7, Pnva'J, at Smyrna; Doc 17, Kv adne at London. \rrived trem Baltimore 17'h, Canva 'slllaek, a' Qunnnatown; 1 -th. Courier, at Liverpool. Arrived from Charleston lsth, H&rau, al flU'Te; Kj-press, at Liverpool. Arrived mini New Orleans JHth, John Spear, at Bartmouth. Att from Mobile 17th, Clementina. f>t Falmouth. Hailed ior New York l(lth, Albert 'lalatln, from Liverpool; 17th, President Hmklt, (rem Autwerti; isih, H'arof West, and Tapseott, from Liverpool; l!Wh. Savon vt lie, Fleming. Sao.-l t'i r l<: Itiniote li'th, Victor v , f-nm . Palled frr Savannah I(iUi,IrfMly lllaney ; ash, Cnisa<!er, from Oravesend. . f-a!le<t fer New Or'esns 17th, Anplesea. Crom LIverpeoL Sailed (or Mobile ?stu, AJcUWdc, tad VospVirctW. trr>m Uv'rpjv:. THE TABTMANY CELEBRATION. Grand Pow Wow at the Old Wigwam in Honor of the Hero of New Orleans OLD HICKORY AND SOFT DEMOCRACY. POLITICS AND PAS SEULS. Letters from Hon. Geo. M. Dallas, Gen. Quitman (mil ex-Vice President Italia*, Ac., Ao., to. 1h? au; vvraar/ of tho battle of New Orleans ra obserr ed in the nsoal manner last night by the Tammany So oiety. There w*? a bail and sapper, together with speeches fitmi the invited guest*. The following; Is a cwpy of the rrticiai inritation to the guests:? FOUMJKD IN 178#. ' err. i md nnJaiofB uunrr, thh giobt ok man,'* FOCIKTV OF TAMMANY, OK OOLPMUIAN OKDIK. T?????t Haix, Jan. I, UM. Sim? In accordance with their unvarying usage, the brethren of the Tun uumj hociety will assemble at the Great Wigwam, on Toeeday evening, the rtth January, to commemorate the victory of Mew Orleans? (hat sub.ime achievement of Ameri can anna vUiirh treed our territorits from the last tread of a foreign invader. Founded contemporaneously with the creation of our na tional constitution, ai d actively participant In Its honor and <le iciice, It has been a aacred duty of our eooieli to maintain ever fresh the glorious memories or thefrepubllo as sources from wlience patriotic spirit aod republican vigor may be gathered by the generation!* to w hose hands its deminlcs are confided. At the present time wben there is a dtspoi#ion to repudiate the obllgaliors which the constitution Imposes, and to provoke invasions ot the rights of the HtAte* by frantic appeal" to tanaU cirm a ixl Intolerance, wbeu su llli ieral iplrlt, which would check enilgratk n and establish religious iests, Is not only p ?b iiely eibiblted. but o aimed a* a title to distinction we deem li proper Ibat those who love the "more perfect union" of the constitution, and venerate the noverclfn'y ot the States, as promulgated in Ute resolutions of '08 and the 101b amendment, who adhere to the principles of the Immortal Declaration of Jell'erson, and of the statute to secure rei Ik toui toleration, should unite tor the sakeot the Union and the vindication of M>und prii'clples ot government. In this spirit we ?nk your attendance on the occasion Inrtl cst?d, believing that no duty can ever he paramount to thatof diHwliiy cloier the bonds or democratic brotherhood. He-j>?etiully, Wm. D. Xinnedy, W. H Durbrow, .Andre Fnment, I). F.. Oeiavao, John Kelly, J hn Cochrane. Ooorge H. Me*>eive, Wl son final/, Treasurer, 1 homas Dtinlsp, fhsr'e" Mills, hagamore, Arel Freeman, ftlrh'il D I<etter, Wlhkinktm, hichard B. Connolly, h'evjben C. i?ur>ea, Kec'y, Aoton Ucrrck, J. it. i-'utheringlon. Scribe, t'baelps ft. Ring, W. I>. Kennedy, father. Jofei'h Rote, L. B. SHKl'AKO. Urand flachem. The hall was handsomely decorated tor the occasion. < "n entering, the visiter found the hull a perfect wilder ness of tl.?gs 8nd wavlnt' pennens, the most conspicuous of which were of oourte the American colors. To the It ft, ou approaching the staircase, was the French tri color; and to (he right hung h huge crescent, on a green ground ? the Tuiki-h national (lag. The ball roeni made a very brilliant appearance, from the numberless flags that adorned It. Vari colored streamers hung from the princtpal chandelier and were run along the ceiling to diliVrcnt parts of 11 te room. The colors ol nearly every nation were represented in the fl?gs tliat hnng from the walln; nor wan the Union Jack of Great Rritaia forgot ten. At the head of tie room, in large capitals, were the word*:? 5 Hi* UNION MUST AND HHAU. UK flWUWKD. ^ (?,+**/ /J.W/J/WW/W/WW/ /(W ?' l nderneath wse a rery indifferent likeoes* of 1'rauk lin Pierce, with the motto? < TJIK VMON ? ONB COMMON HJtUTB>.'KM0OI>. ^ Ami over the centre? f/WWW/W/^/ WW?:y J SM OH* I)i TAW MA-NT, OJt noi.CMKU.Y OBDMt. > !; 1'ouudid iu 17W. 5 '? +*+'+*+*+*+*<**++++++*?*<+++* s** //v/// M In frrut of the gallery hu suspended the banner of the IsuimaLiy Society, bearing a shield, with the national Unix, surrounded by a legend ? ; WASHINGTON, J j Tin: VATTU'K (if IiJ.M CorSTKT. ? On tiie opiwlto side of tlie lniil were suspended fi?e paintings. in til, of Wat-hingtcn, Jackson ;uid .Icft'craon it the end offlMmrikt mA </<? danmmt ? targe re preseiiti'tioc. in oil, cf the batt'e nf New Orleans, was l.urp. while nil the wnlLs were ornamented with tiio na tional colors, Lun? sonic mirrors, and the ai m.* of the ra rims gtnti <?. During the early t art cf the evt-idrg the room fwkod slim enc. gl). and prcgnostlcaticns were indulged in hh to th? probuble uiccoss uf the ce'ebratlou, but by ten o'clock there were p sufficient numiter present to ensure it1* going off creditably, though the at te"dtuico wan not as largo as on f< im?r yearn, owing to the attractions elsewhere and the cold" weather. Amot)^ the attractions of the evening wu :i committee room where the "braves" indulged in Urn water, which was petrol tip is the shape ot nice bi.indy punches, though the more democratic young Tammany ites found their way to the bariooms, where tliey made away with 11 largo -tunntity of eurioPM compounds known an whis tey akins, ium toddic-i and gin slings. By nine o'clock a sufficient number bad arrived to Justify ihe fo'itation <*' nets for dancing, whi.'li wan then commenced, and continuea wi'h spirit lor the rest of tho evening. The diversity of the dancing programme was such that tbe peculiar proclivities of -til participating in the [entire p cones could not bat ha\o heon fully satin tied. T?;e floor was nnd?rthe attentive and ju licious management of Potiglm Taylor, irsiited by a com petent committee. At ten o'clock the floor manager mnoun<-ed that thn Tammany fk'Ctety intended to maich through the rooms ; aIu ii the dancing was su-p?nded Kir that ceremony to bo gin* through with. Tho doors woro then thrown often, and the fc'acfcems entored, Insole- 1 by the >agamore, I'ap'ain Miles, beaiirga liberty cap. and followed by the 'Irani i-aclitm. 1.. B. bhepard, and the Council and invit ed guests. On reaching tho eeatro of the vooin the t'.rnnd i-achein was called upon and r-poke us follow*: ? ltitiTDUt* ? It hu.t been customary with this society to ssHviblo together for th-i purpose of eelebraticg 'lie pa triotic meuioiies which clj'.ter around the hear', of - very kror of hi oovctry, trcw th< org?Bi?iition ?.f the cousti totion t<> Uw present day. There ia M pdaoiple con nectedwith the devtloiwiiicnt of Uuo government? no oue sincVi rleujent of republican institutions ? no siuglo act which is uned either by way ot memory, or in its di rect npjili. ati n In the business of men, to pro ?oulgate republican princinios ? whi<"-h has not ro C'ived the hearty support vC this society. Many departed illustrious jiatriou h:>\e bf'ii meui 1>erb of this oigatmatlon, aad in their ?lay tboy nssombltd to c<'?.uieniorat? tho-e historical Facts wbion :hoy deemed gloi ions to the ?oi.ntry, and cal'-uUted t<i incrcioe among men the lore ot republican principles. Bete, around uh and abore n?, we the arms of the ^ovcrfign.^taUv, the portraits of liring an<l Ueatl patri ots, the ilag of our country? every thing, in short, which can Inspiic patriotic motrre-. And, on '.his f , ening ? the :innivermry t?f the Battle at New tirlearvs ? tiiat glorimui day en which the last fort ign foo was drivou from our land? It is highly proper .hat we should meet a rain (A] planne.) It h> proper that we should think somewhat of the immortal Jackson, that great ami govi old roan? (lond che-.Ts) ? i<r?v?t as a sunorui, but gtUl gimler tui a ) atiiot; ami ot Madison, the author of the u?m<>rt*l re tolutiena of 17U8; and of .ItlTerson, the author of eo t. i.ijorani ous resolutions to ;he save purport, and which passed nnder tli* -ante gecenil nmte. Let rerneuiber them, then, and kit tho/r txampie iirpreso upon n? th? neceseity or doing ail we can to unite the democratic ?!? ments of tho country for the safety, the weliaro and per t>etulty of the institutions of our ratiT* land. (Loud ap plause.) D. TAYii'H, 1V| . ? I rise as ttooi manager on 'his ooeasion, to projee thK'o cheers lor the day we celt-brate. (Ihe tlirofl cheers were thenfaiv^n rem amor-.) I now propow threvcheera for the VnTldent of. the t'nitod States, (the response was exceedingly feeblo.) Mr. T. concluded by demanding three cheers for tho Crand Pai-him, which were giren with much apparent good will. The (trand SSnrhcm (L. B. J-hepherd. K<iq.,) ? J propot?? tl rtf cheers (or our Inrlted guests, who hare oome her ? so kindly to cheer ua to-night, and also three cheers for (lie fair Udtes here present. (Oreat cheering. ) Ihe ball having been thus formally opened, tlie Sa chems, Ac., retired to the eommi.U'e mom below, where any amount of complimentary Intercourse took place At about half-past twelve oVleck, Lhe Sachem. A?cou.ranie<l by tbe m?nibers of Mvo Council together with the Inrltcd guests, proceeded to the saloon in the baM'tuent, whore a plain, but substantial and well cooknl (.upper, servoi up In Brown's best style, awaited thet appetltee. About one hundred and fifty sat down to the table. Tlie Crwnd Sachem occupied the chair, r"ipported by a number of officials too numerous to mention. it was a subject of some eoMment that Johnt'o?hrr?ne, Postmaster Fowler, Collector Hedfleld, anil many of the snpport?l to be faithful^ were new *< ini-Titiw. There was much shalrtng of heads at the abxence nf John Qochtane and Mr. Kowler. Thoy "had ought to he tnar," but they "waru't."' The Prince, of course, was nil arm nd during the evening, as graceful and good hu mored as erer. After tho viiin?'s hati been disposed ot, the follow4 Tig teants were introduced:? RINIIXAn TOASTS. Tltc President ol tlie 1'nlted Htate?? Ra'jied o hi jvwt sfli-r i-mtnent public services, hy tlie overwtii Imliii,' Miilnin-s of a lrf? ptsiple be bos tils duties wtUi Itif?ti ability, and worn ihe honors wlilch have l?een bestowed u[sm !iim, with sitnplloiiy and dignity. Tbe Oovernor of tlie 8tata of New Vnk. The Ma' or of tbe ( ttv of New Tork? Ills faithful an J cner petlc nilmtads'ratton o' tbe povenueer t ot the mB'.ropoi* ol smsrii a. entltlfs Mtn to the respect ol all wIiumi tu'eiests de nui I'd good municipal government. Tbe IiemocraUc Ooltmn? Falthfnily represented bv '.hose w ho. In ihe prmen; contort la 'tc Uoum of geprcacu laurei stand without by the 4oolr?* ot popular sorer 'igntj tn 1 errttories as wri: ?s htau#. 'i tie 8i*;e (it ?ew York? liar geograpbloal position, (mm wlncfc the water* j| ber rl rrit am dWuibuted luuithn Atlantic, ib? (JuJf o" Mexico and th* Northern latea; ion imiJtaitinie of her population. lb ? vft-<u>e?< of her cl'.ev her large agrie i tu rai, manufacturing and cuinn erelal reswore** ki.<I her buRU nutri al Improvement-!, to make a path 'or which b" *tle,?h*. rles hue bint ihrlr Inft) heads? al HMiup Iu<i h ?* the Hmplre Maie, ami yield to ber wain ju?l emotion* ot rr?lili',ttlon Hut mav bet irue-t litie u> distinction be found In a devoted adha rtiice to the i onatliutinb ot the Union, and to the right* ot every hive under that root, liu an. 'Jairuiaiiy ?<;iai>? tir^nui/< <1 b> the potrlouof the Revolu llou. for li e pioti* ile. i 01 civil and religious liberiy, and the miiinu i aijco 01 re|>ul'iii'an government ber aoin have aiw iys (e&ieteiy sua'air ?! the lioi.or of our co'intry lu war, and in pes<e tfcf*e measure" which were est adapted 'o perpetuate be < qualm ofite?e<Mle. And ihedoors o> Ttmuian, hi?ve e\ er (iter of en tn iho.c w bn love their ocuntry, and to the op pressed trom evt-rv p ime 'I be Day we Ce e' r e Famous, because on that hupp r oh can on a h? d y ot Am. i nn citizens, hastily a-u.oin'KC'l from their brmes. under toe .<*unia?.d of an Invimttile chieftain, drov.Mimn the Aim-ricMi noli I Uti I .cut troops of the British ar my ihussuvli.g tbe valle* ol Uie Mississippi from further io vaa ol? protecting the beauty of ftew ("leans I'-om Uio out rags* ot an Insolent and re 1< ntioi s i-oldiery, mid affording to blstorj an Illustrious proot lhat the ropubUc res* Me -ore upon tbe valor and skill ot the cKl/.eu soldier. The Memory of Andrew Jarkson? The soldier, wtalwnasn and ?ace. Thti Army of the United Ftules? The defeudera of our soli, and the patriotic gua'diana of our narional honor I heir kot vires in tbe war ot the K?\ ilutiuu gave lnuepeudeuce to our fstners; m the war of 1812 they made K apparent to the n* lions ol the earth ih?t our soldier* w ei e unsurpassed la ateadi now and courage by the OiHolpliaed torco.t ot Ruropo; and In tbe war with Mexico titey attracted uolvereal admiration by ibelr skill and lortiuice, and ceariy indicated that they are deflkned tj Providence to be the teotuieis of this eontment. Tiie Nnvv of the Lulled State* ? which hu allied the imtoletice ot the Harbary powers, and fe&rlewlv me>iarut ovorthrew the oiirtrtssa of the MM, wresUtg away her feeptre and dividing ber sovereignty. It ha* liorne our national llag tn triumph t> the remotest quarters ot the globe, and asserted ihe rights of our cittecns m foreign land*, with audi dlsplaya ot power and courage ax h?ve caune*) the oppressed to regard that flat at the h) mbol ot unlveraal liberty aruou^ut thin nMlous of the eerth. Ihe Tenth Ameodmeot to the National Constitution, by which the powers uot delegated to the United Htstes, nor pro I'iblted by it to tbe .Stales, are referred to the Kt&tee or the pe? p'e ? The authomle deolaratlou of htaio rlghU, upon the miuntenance of whieti in their integrity depends the perpe tuation of he Union itn preeen' bappy condition, aua an ea srsiie frrm the dangws ot cooxolUbited government. 1 he l'resa? Knlightened and pa'rUxIc, it U tbe most potent deiendcr ot n-publlesn lnHtitctlnuH anil popular rights, and it is an icrilppetiMWe to the education of the cf'izennot a govern ment w hieh iH he?ed upoo Ihe InUil'igefcett ol the people. Wonmn? Ah mother, nister, wife or daujfDler, Uie most ihermlug HSLwe ot repub lean l eurt*. Amonggt the numerous letters received in decli nation of tnTitationH tor warded, were coumunica ticne from tbe iollowing: ? Captain Hudiioo, (J. S. S.; Msjor Harris, U. S A. ; Hon. Tliomaa Gray, Hon. Lemuel Todti, Hon. M. jspenot-r, iij ndert Van Sclutiok, JaHjier lie Haven, U. S, A.; J. W. Culbert, J. W. Nicholson, Hon. Ci. 0. Scott, Hon. Kulua W. I'eoHlum, Hon A. lootnix, lU?jal l lielpH, Hon. J. Wheeler, Hon. J. t: Jones, Hon.

1). 1'. Ingrsbam, Hon. J. K. Tltompson, .loshua R. Sands, I . fc*. N . ; Henry Knglew, U. !S. N.; Honorablea J. C. Allen, .1. I'. Wright, John Cttrtwalladtr, T. (!. Davison, J. A. Whitman, John 11. Savtige, A. 'K Maxwell, John W. l''or ney, 0. M. Lallas, John hedy, David L. .S??ymour, Joseph H . Iton*orth, Thomas P. Florence, ('harleHJ. Ingersoll, Hi ni j h. l!#nd;ili, Jsmee A. H'.ewart, Jehrt A NViigbt, Charlea Holmes, K.G. 1 jt]ihHin, Hon ex-tiorernor H. Sey mour, and others too numerous to mention. 1 KOM HON. UHAKlditt J. INQKR80L.I.. t*Hll.A1>KIJ'lllA, Jan. S. lnod. OtSTLKMir.N? It would be Mi Inconvenient lur inr to attend your co ol ration ?l iho victory at New l<rle*ua next WeJnes (lay that I hot: vcu tn accept my apongy tot declining the Invitation, whilo not one 01 tur five and twenty millions ol fel low countrymen can n-ore oordialiy tejoicein whin you jiutly call a sublime achievement ol Amtirieau arms ivhicu Ireed our territories irom tbe last uead of a totei*r. invader. 1 bin not qui to sure that It was ttc< lant tread. however; for the developensents, wi h admirable eaimness and dignity pre vented by tbe late Presidential ineatage, intimate, u tliey rlo not Indicate, that a leading protro-er of the uead you mention eontemp Jktea another ho near to ua and ho otl'enaive that it may provoke other sublime achievements oi vindication. It U a mon.ia able and suggest ? tact in thealwa} a peculiar relation* hem een (Ireat Britain and this country, that the pre sent l*rittie Minister there, from the period or hiaatatjou in the War Iiepartniei t, when .laakson demolished the British in vaders at New Or'eana. Ull low, when as P-e?nlor he eon j ola British roiley with characteristic BrltWi meddlesomeness tttthe aftairs ol other countries , haa ai ways been in ofllce to arm that against this country dnrlng torty lutbe Maine controversy, the Met .en. I affair, when an out t agential i cad otforclgn invasion trampled ' ,"?lj 51*? Btate, in thatCatodne allatr In the ? reole titlair, ' "T* more In ibe fishery quarrul, and now, at last. In the entral American commotion, the saino evil genius ot unappealable British hodl't} ?nd universal disturber of the peace was in power 10 repeat Canning's insolent aoalnatthe Unit ed hlate*. and Influence. the uncommonly jealous, oontumelloua acd vHllfvlng Kritif h press to excite corresponding British seti tiinrntHto th- war pitch agaiiisl tbiM jinoffenolnu ?)tin.ry. K- ;n live ai d twenty to seventy Ave jwrs ot a?e, that ore trsno h?Bbe?. at wwkuronnR. _ >r.u lor oca, bavins lor a most Die same period tried to mr ke bend HRBinst that fell lolly *Wh tor<*? into enejnloa ? nem'.e \ ?annus to be Iriends with these graapiu,! and over i,esrms islandwe, I shall r.ot much lament their once a-aln buliviogand drtvlig thee United Wales Imo another trial of *1' i n nation ran hit tbe liar.lcst and bear liie moat. I aht'u* thciu w Ui be, at any rate, be'ler than fighting our *clve*, tu i their aboiulr.ablo meddling w 1th tlie Inlsei Hance they it' 'or our i.ropeity, devised by them as what theyacaiiow ie?l . d Anietii sn indmieiidcnce, seemato throaieo. Anu since tie I drilled into war litoly with another nation, It don t Seem h? it either their nimlen or niniea are niu-h Improved since ,l io kson. in I.oui.iata toil IJrown. in t'.iuada ; l*erry and Me liOLOOKh in f.itiadiocs, numerouc ve?elaoi wao- In Hlnxie c tiii-Hts, at d a }:1( rloua naval tnlli'ia 1 tlio-r , ;il laM launht them Uu liii'ajinla by no mean tules tho wareit. .... t'ej'air.Iy, no var ia j'l -Uii.ible dial is - liidiapeiirable. But if |tti?i>h arirpanee loreew 11 ou ti lor tha third lime, why, hh an ( potnikt, 1 am prepait'i to consider It preferable ? o ti e n'iseiable par.bau eonte'tn of turning ?ome met. out .id o'bers into place ; or tho ?tl!l more mnolue calamity, con vn s t,u ii country l?y p! renwed acctlonal aimojouUni. Hie ccmmcn teiporr litany of our Atlantic pollination is ti it v ai with Knu'iiu d louat be tlio ei'i-euilty ol' nattoual < al ? ii ? But that riejut cation Iias ; -??en completely disprove.! by r.n.ines'.ietiab.e experience. Kepe?t'n? a? I do it. the moat eatnent sincerity lhat all a-arsaio to bo avoldeJ lipoatible, yet who can doubt tbatoui Htmrmi Owtt BrtBra advanced thin country In lena ilinv > ears more than ilKy years ot .Mili.ii.iUK peace w.iu .1 ha\e doni^-c Dsututed the peaceable reiai.onc with tbe.'. toimldahlo and trouble.^ime Foaer, which l4iv>. ever aince subsliittd. notwiihi*timdit.g her repeated pro vecai.ons of rupture, vlr., by the Mai'ie (iie*tl?ti, the ( anadlan lui -tir.n, the ?lavei7 .|Ue-!ion, tho !'.?! ery qtieHlion, Die Mca qnesuon? in each and all of wHch we wore the ?a ol'.i t'llna and hfniciimert mm h abused party. Ni r did war in iho leiv-' Impair cor r. publican vltiuuy. but t'i0 conttary. t)ut oi iho lust war wtih Jutland arvt.- thi> ?ery mn'i w tu.i-e triumph \ ><i propotwilo etn.memoratc- A more iB.llcallv republh-in fre ddent tlu<n th??e bad Been after the H.imltiMti atta.n. .1 .lelTcrM.D? to ptvli.; an I relnvlflorate his most duniieratic mcaatuca. , >cr should we, witiiout well consid. rlna I', the v?lse eiief ? v ot hia diplomacy. Tho Bri'J-Ji prop. to no?otiala lor l entml Amerl.-*, w'iil? she b.i) lH en .o it, wli)iuitt eieite a eni or hard words, may be best, :ih certainly thi I' ">i<te'ii < ;cne ,i dinnllied fbrliearaii' e Is 'a^h.jr . ommerdaMe; but not Uii.'ei-s the foriiltr >n rr Is to fol)?>w ho< ii the Htavfar .a tnnrfo; otbetwi.-eour national curreepondcnceui'istdesonrtra'e bitoa lLero chronic o'arrh - a of unavaldng and tooiiab oompl dnt. Mitierrich tokl an American Mln .-.ter .hat .Tackaon's iroat ment "t France rtiow.1 1!,? Ametican l'rosldent to be ono ?t he crealest diidonatlsls of the a^A -\nd bow did ho diploma 1*1 Willi Ihe hlnb-TiilDd.d Kri'H'h p < pie, with tho i <a*penwi'd people i Miuth Carolina, and liio enortnnus itiuik oi the I'nit " ,l Ststeer Not by bcmllkw on the Iv.trorH oi war, but liy tnaa ler',', S'aie papers and i*h:eh, .Jte Ad-iinh' a.;:iilrifcble.irt t. ? e? ot Jack, oil's eneo'itln* Aibnthnot and Ambrister kept war otr by suitable decision. 1 am very regretfully, vour him ible servant, tj. J. IN< > ROM J31.N. .It A. QUIIMW. w W a.j in mito.x , .Tan. 5, IK*. Pn -In acknowled <lt)!t tl^> i?c?'iptof vonr Invitation touoiU) with the Hocletv ot T??imiicv tn eomnici .oiatinjt tlio KioriotiR Tlewry ef>tw Orleai.s, 1 can butexpres.- my regret that my en i. > ns a member of Co 'VI u>* will pnjtX'nt my participation In yi lit democratic festival. Von l.ave t rletly and well express. v! aonie of the Important duties which now devolve upon every true lover of tho onuli tuHviial utilen of Ihew- States. l'etmit me to add ihat nethini; but an honest eorapllanee, in !etier and spirit, w ith all the obligations which the eonetitnitoo iiTipotes. , tid a rsrtcd regard In tlieoty and action for ail iho -i,3 his ol the i-everal Males of this cooA.'dernef , as w< J wltlnit ll elr r?>n ctllve limits as In the common territory of the rttatei, < tn Iobr pn>erve our sj stem IVrin eonvubJonH and eventual distoltitlon. Notartvcan bo regarded as uatioyal thia does not bo!.l)y prcc.'altn and practice thei-o principles; no i.otuitliu ilot al that flori tiot maintain and detend the (ull ^n,|ovnieiit hy a'l Ami rtcsn cliliteD >, whether native or adopted, of tr.< ir poli tical privileges and i:ielr rellslous D-eedoiu: nor American iliat doe" not desirw by nil proj or means to extend American insti tiil.otis on this eontlrert, -indtoadd to ?.ur natiotiai uroatneas by preserving the wi-e policy ol nnr fathers in regard to "ml gtatlor.? a | oliey nr.der w Idch, in threo rpLartors ol a century, we have rrown fiom a fov.rih ralo to one of the flirt I'osrcrs ol iIiia csrth? bavo Increased frr.m three to tlilrty m.litons of pocplo, and have ex- ended our limits ftrm a narrow strip on the Atlantic Fenboa>d to the great Weslorn ocean. I hate the hor.vr to be, very renpoctfuliv, your fallow e<tl job, J. A. OHIVM AN. I,. B. SiurARB, K??i., > Iran i flatJiem, on behalf of ? ?m PHOM KX- VII 'H PKEPIDKNT 1ULLAS. OvJrrtKwrx? With many ^cknowVedgments for tho obilflng civility ot vonr invttation to th* iriest wlcwiun on tho e-.e.nn.; of the Hih instant, 1 am ounpellod Ui ??o abeent by eugagemonte In ibis city. . , No one will sjmt aihl.'e more warmly than I in every o-e^ ?ore j.iu lai.e to preaervc tbo cou-iituilon from "the Irartie appeals of IntOlCtanca and fanaticism," or In mair i nuig ' eTer tre^h the i lorious memories rf tho republic," oi'Ii as hiwe which cluster ?tound Uia nnniversaryof Jaelr ion's vie lory at New Of leant. With respectful c iaipltmerts ot tho f- ason to all tin; w ns Tamiaany, I am your ft lend and servant, (I. M. Jt VI. I. UJ. T. > w. D. KxaakOT, M., It, Jsn. 4, IWO. K. F. Purdy rwpon^.cl to the i.rst toa^t, (VI Mlivt? 1be tliird, Hon, I. O'Kee'e io the fourth, H. It. ? < wi"l!? Ks.i,, lo tt,e fltth, Bone, !?><(., to the ??> ".itb, a;?1 Mnior Krsior to fbo ninth. I be Into honr eomp< is ue to tri to prone witl: tho above list iner.nipitto. ^ ^ Pot Itli nl Inttlllgrne*. The Knew Katbinf ftate f'ouneil <?f Ohio, adjourned on Ihe Ith Inst., piovl.-eii to which the foUow'n^ mpcrt was unanimously adopted:? tho eotrmitteo cn tho slate of tbo ')rilor, to whom was rel'oired the report of the President, h-avo eoasid*red the same, and b<n leave Ui report, that in viow of the ar> proochiniT session ot the National Convention at l'hilvt.1 phin, and in good faith to tbo Stated toe resented In tho , Convention oi tho Americans, hold at Cincinnati in No vember last, it is inexp' dlent for this Stato Council U> legislate up.>n the subject of the reports submitted to the -aid Ccnvention at Cincitimsti. I"ho wtioio eubjoi t will a^ain cctne Tiefore the Vatioral body, when tt Is evp.yted that the delegation from f'hio will slnMinoiihlj <,p( ?e tbe twelfth -e> ti. n id Iho biatft rm adopted by the C< n vcntlcn at Tbllade jhia in June last. The pr'nclplop of the Ainori -an part;* liavirir been rro clain cd to tbe world, the committeo are of opinion thnt her. hfter purely Amtncer. nominations should li<< made j for r resident at d Vice I'teeident ol the United S'at. s, and j for all State and locnl t ftlcers, ( n ti e so 1 jocl of secrecy, the S^a'e Council cannot le gislate any further thfn to i xpress an opinion, and * he cetrneVto wonld theifloro recommrnd that tbe subject le xelerted to vlie Natlor ai Council. A Fillmore club, favorable to the nrtr.. nation uf Millard Klllo ore for the l'retldeney, liai In < a lutmcj in \blt KighUtiuth Vift*d, 1 hli?aei(>t>la. NATIONAL AMERICAN CUB FESTIVAL. Celebration of the AaolTrnwry of the Settle I of V?w OrlnuiH? S|K?t be,, Herniations, Munlc, Owm Ib^, &r., ,v. The anniversary ot tbe battle of New Orlesns w*s ce ! lebra ed Laot evening by the National Americxn Club, with a fcativai lit the Academ of Aiusie. A long array of sp'aktr, was announced for tbo occasion, but only two or three marie addresses. The prom nenlaod Din?t in teresting part of the exercises wan the dancing, for which i: aas evident the majority of those who were present attended. In the enrly p?rt of the evening, at the hour announced for the sp^aLiug to commence, the audience did cot exceed mi hundred at the utmost; but before ten o'clock the number wan increased to fourteen or fifteen hundred, tie lad (en predominating. The par quet was bout did ever, forming a complete level with the stsge, and converting the theatre into one immense and ma^nih cent ballroom. The Hpcaklng took place before tbe'eurtain, the rising of which (lid not take place till at' tar the first speech. when a brilliant and novel scouo was predated to the admiring; Hpectatore. It was war eight o'clock before the exercisaa com meoced. Mr Benjamin Van Riper, the President of the National Club, whoee banner was displayed in front of one of the stage boxen, introduced Mr. C. C. Burr, who mad the following resolution*, which were interrupted with fre quest applause: ? Resolved. That the hlicliest civic dutlea ot an American rJU ihla ]?? JET "r0,l",rtt> "< hi* own c:>ut try; mat to <lo O^SumnSofXX?M,W,a^,",>' 'nd lncnn.orated m the And to this end we hold It iiun.pcnjuible that everr who lias the privilege of vein* in ^ctlotis,^onl7 StA" quainted wtthh eonstituiion, both by a rapacity to read ami nn loiif, and familiar intercourse with the country and ita insiiiu f I* Deces?ary to imbue bia mind with the distinctive ;[ca!l perception ot the nature of free itoverument aud with that sent Imrnt m attachment ts it which shall render blm at all times Ws effective friend and supporter. ? ^lz.41.1? v!ew ?, !hT luallttcailon* for citizenship, we ?i? J?? a fundaiu'-ntai precept of our republl!an Ami-rtca thoiikI be governed only bv Americans, rfeaolved. i uat wnlle we have full contwiente in tlie Mrancth i!" " ta rht!ri-',h,Jd and defended ty our native d, with warcojy |(-K attachment maintained by number* of c It. /onset foreign birth, who, by ion? domestics Uoo, bave l.een Identified with our people, we aru yet deeply &HE** .TL11 a ^ovtc ior, thai. It. iheextrW.llnar/coueSft?^ of aliens w lifch recent Inducements have Drought to our land- in hLh .Tnf ?rT1 e,Fnc\01 many ot them, from wlucaiion and ^i, 1, J!C?|'"<0 U,ar."u?l> American nUzeun; to the aUrHction ?hkh, both (rem ihelr numbers aud their facility jo be mi.sled, tney oiler to uio ambition of dema?0"ueH who !*ve P?t scru pled to make use ot thtm at, allle- tTiecure ?el" ia? fr0quCai e,vl'leiloe 'he> mlord of their tnrapa h M ' the rinht of aultrag?, wbe n Uihv have ob talned It by the operation ot our present evii.-rn ot riaturali/ji (Ion and to the maiilloid abune-i to which thia right H subject lii the Ir IuukJk? ihat th? time lia* < ome wheu It U essential to M,enP^VV,;" ?Ur ?"<i Ita whsUhOine Xunutr^ tton, that the laws regulating the adinn>eicu 01 foreigner* to 5,^l? ?? '''"lobe revised, and ttat elUier a ioo*er term Lrc ^ ,p' aud n*ore rigid provtaion^ lor Iaw:i?o,fd^e^;^J'fireep^dh<Kl' ?'' U"" 'hC '-l?" A'"??o? Rt iti.vcd. That we regard It to be the InteiHgt and dutv of our sr.vf rnment ami people to xlve to the biinent an.1 tneiitw riotia porUon ot tbe t nupranta imm foreign lands, who seek f!I ,h ? ?Sln,e'1' ? friendly reception, to extend to th? m proleetloii and eiieouraiteiiieiit; to cooler upon them M^f1ir!i!rl!<,f's?.r5! to U,,! WM'uri<> cf 'heir welfare in what I. ' ,1^!' P,mBult tlicy may employ themaelvca; and to de BK'iistrRte to them b,v a liberal and considerate hoopltality that Lr policy and the pride of our country to share the bcnetlt* of our free government with all mankind who tuav pi nvo themselves worth* of such participation. X ?.IiCn*MiV.;,i\!1^/ " *'?***>*}**(;<> reilaioiiH toleration to be an eifentbl and fundamental principle ot iree gorernmeul aud we declaie that we hold the right ot I'onarlonco ? liy wbleii we wean, especially, the freedom of opinion aud the privilege of fa r^Jhr^Vi ^ *or1lihiP Ood ,n * maimer and aoeonllng iL l .l " bw. own couvii-iloiiH dictate? 10 be amongst atl? ?cred r'gbis of Irtioen; thit we will u?!T?i , ",llf "t al! a?Sitult, ft(,in whatoverituarter; utut tliat in this deu-tuiLuatioii we know no distinction of creed, no- teet nor person, holding that the 8ta<e should cierciae no ever rontrol over thoco rl(;hts than tlrnt which may be uecesaa ty to xuard <ba public mors la against Upentious abuse and to m dire to every one the lull and peaceful enjoymeul ol hi* re bgloua opinions and wonhlp Item Ived, 'iliat, asneceesary to reli?ious Uil.;railou, and as indUpenfal le to tt# heabhtul support, we reg trd every nt ?ny "re sect, or denomiiiauon, nr church, to olilain an asccrdancy over others In the btate, by the demand of es r^ i"'r,r?T'l'!e "J!11'nJP',on1"f aDJ klud, within the s[ihero of lk? J ? i M' "? ^ more, any combina ioa of ilo n.t n bus nt hmj denomination to obtain political pownrby cotu iii <1 act.c , m tlio peiforniance of civic government o be caucus toil, at eouality of right which shoi.'.d belont to all citizen*, bos lii- to tbe order of soviet v, and co'.Hiil uoti*. r or.iecUonab e "aa stc. towards the tJon ol elvtl power to ecrloslaatlca! IcIlueLee; that w?, thcr' lore, take our ana Bjaui! -t ail Hiiihatlemptx, wherever w.: <aajtoda du.poe.tion to iraL o tlicic. Lceolved, That wo oheriih with tbo liiglieat ftpprooiatloo (liT d?B^/ni, , ? 1 J0'' k0'. 0,!r (^"nU"y ,r- sellouts provided hy the S, tie, bdlevlrg fetich insllimioua u> he the mo?t valuabli. SDXlilariefl to enl.?hU ned and free Ko-.erm.u-ut. \Yc lotik lo ^,1'^.,^" a",d ropuU'xam fonument formatkl* tti"- re*w M pai Uc, da/ly adapted Ihcr m i" * '?*<*"" uatlonaJ cV/arif r, srt> 1*^\ that i , "?. C'tonirtn lo all citizens, wiu'iotit distinction of ? ; ?tonld be 11 ee frmu ail Initneti.vivr dl f ? " "H "'sl- Ac,) a< "? beHevo !hfl Hoiv HU la id bo ihefounial" and depository ot ihe univtval -elinoua doc <?', m 'i 'a"f eountry. ti;iu the teacher of the profotmdeM ivi.-, dtm lo a,l men, we express our linn ui??ent ar..l <ePioof fin mi^i ,MeV a,"emptI to "X('lll,t" ?' tifiu the -oui of ,t i? J ' , v ? n"'A . hiving auLoun.-ed .he prtneli LiZf i f ? "I on th< chinl arid pi?-nliar .(ne.tlon- wi.i. hhave f .. J necessity tor Its or^mlnat'ot., 'we de.-m It ml l*r n -lie/ "mo to declare the vi- w- bv which i< .- gov ? rtiie l' in to other utip. riu,t 'pu sti. ns lounhin ? ' e' tt.v.en o; puhuc.'.uaUa. It .s, tterelore. furufer Ki solved. That tlie American party, holding tho l'nleu of .he .1." rlr 'W 'f-,01 #c<:"r<Uuw w"1' th. (rue Intent Ufl m-an h . l5Btjrl5fu?l* *" c*ooimded by its author - and as ia^r '/l n 'n'ii i? ""?J. ?Pl'*wed opinion of tbo country; 2htH m SlD' nl. an1 d'"- i res. rvaUr not the Jlgnts oi Ibe S a'es, ?a exuroa?e.| and reserved In -he conatltu ai.d\yne il^rth?'siit*VOi<l''n0,'ihyi lh<! K"'">rttl nov^rmnent ?ihte ^1^ ^ i?v^ V2^;M1rVf,'e,"*,vely1 04 >terfer ?nce with the ?u .K#?i e . y or ?xorutive action; upon tho . b,y, u"' 8 enerai government by every hy every public lunctlonarv of such, .,1 p.11 datieu en joined upon either r>\ the constitution of tlie I 'nlted state To th 1 pnrv "'""f^'t^esiise 1 u> siippiesa, " ,1UK power. aJ tendencies to political division iniS- I "e',nrHl>''"'-#l position; to rebuke all aatta ion op in t??l? '.? l'1? and lutnuonT ol the link*, to ' chock :tha eflorta 01 sellUli sod deiifjtdno politicians ?a" 'Jw r 'ihTl!" >J* by 10 or prejudi- es 0, class-, be purpose and denire of Uie party beut- to on mil Sf H *?!? P '""1 par unonrit sentiment of national loyalty, thoroughly Am.-noj.ii in cl.ara -ter, and siiffl hcSSSifv ** P'otect tho Itiion uKuiiual sectional tr?"'??oHrv ,h" American party r- arrt, tt at the JK,''r> of tfc% j;.,v^in?ent <0 nxer.-uv fa power lo ?k^^? ?i( .-tery Americ-ui InUtreft, inn to r Aii!?.teT Mope to li'rt Incenuity and mduMtry . 1 American cltl.-tns In every lawliji ..ursuit; that to v. f [he in iwm- v ^.""/i10.^0 ** M< )u? lh< i'liwer vested in it, to Interna; and . .???crn:?i > om Jii?ec,, by ta-irovit-g the navigation of rtvera. by adauilnir '' ;w;?*1 harbors, both on Takes and ih? ,ejvc.?,,t to 1 o protection and convenience of shlpplni-. ami l.v protno'tinir ?- ?A.wL r '? !*'? ,or interoommufiicatlon be tween ill. is nana which bound the territories cf the L'nion. To encourage the development 01' American genius by due notce ?ion ot Invention*, p . o.lurtlon. oi art, a.ul worU of UtwSu^ arnl -.ciencn. fo .(tuurd flie industry of Uie country ac tios; the {"?"?Jf'J? to','11Tr* ?s a,,vw? P?"^y ot forci.Tn nation-., and to si 1 tire, is ar as the i.-ime mny be done, in accordance with the power* eotilerre l by ire .-onuituilon, Uio pm-periiy of the A meiiean workman, by giving blm the preference In the sup ^ siT J t w,'r. r' by ihe country. To maintain tile f.effnc!.' bjr military aad naval force, and by ?> J ?y*'.m "f^rtlllcatlon; and finally, to sdminWerthe . i WlI10mT' which shall supply no ltn? to wjateftjj extravagance, hut all that is pro|>er iothe hi fij'htul devciopemont and progrtsa of a treat nation And I'|?^7 i!?SWaj"8 'n Ul" <iuU' --1 l"*ri enn mr re v.ll. be dlflei'cBt views honestly entertained at dlfl' rent period*; 11 nd in illt'.erent sectlona of the countj-y, on toe question of the best means of securing somo of the ends nLW^!\y '' 1 *rrnri(l nt ''"Ongresslounl ln<?epen <k nee, that measnies of trmperary policy, which, from iholr \'-t> 1 .'.turn, i.rn t-on.stai.Uy aud variously ailocle.1 by tlie ! ., 1 " ctimstiin.-efi of thenaJlon, should coin mi u?d to tlio ti-'i- decision of the people, to be 111.1.0 n nccott'snco with their own sense of what is host apie I to the wants of each s.-;-tlon of tj.e country, un by the fr. ol party dictation ; >liat the op In M,,B* ( ^h? .on-tltnec' y of each 8L.i'ta, s? 1 tur as S-oaiors tn t < t'grefs are concerned, of each Congressional district, so far H.I turmbi-ni of ihe Hons- are eoncerred, tun the beM guides to thegi neral estlmatn of what Is mo-.' conducive to tlie wnlfkr* ol all ; .ir-1 that tlie action* of government should be conducted ? a a spirit ol compromise directed to tH.- establishment of that content which .b essential to tho ?. nerai pn*i)erlty. We am - specially ludu. 1 d to make Uus dcejai ai ion, we are noi wiping that the ehl 'i. ncy and uaemlneiw of our association II. tie prosec.iUmt Of Ita /reat constitulionaKnd teformlnv purpif tw should be Impaired hy dUseuslona, arising out of 41? tereu. ' soi opinion i.ts n suhiecte In their nature tranaltorv and .ierendlnc opon On- .h.lttio; condition of national ex Dai' elon ar dgr wth . f public Inter, .te, iuid upon tho details is' wbs-h ;i?o.-.- of view la *iaroi?ly powible, heaved, Ibat we utu-rly condemn aj odiou* and un Ann . ;.-.?u l e obt Otis abuse of K-ecutive power ana patron Vto, Tyhlch -.I- tiu.ii} year* past ha?i more and more lound avriem fl -.aur ?i.-u-iraiini,* ot o.j gov ernments, boU. Kede^U .'.in nte. Th-- whole system ot regards and punishments n itnwi.rby a e aml independent people. We psroelve In Un- .'.'nci.c 0 which it has led, tho tno-t uunacural nnddemoral i'ii ?' nU ittite upon otir popuiaiion. It proserthes the hlirh mir-J. ?' and ih-lepetolent eltl^n.and puts the obed'leS toil of <0 cr.n bis p.ace. I! denounces th." best men tor a sincere .ove ei tiu'ir connu-y , itoru-i, pr. ler. die loo-tgnerUiUie iSUn^ ' 11 corrupts the patriotism ol 7he ni a?*e^tuH r 5| ' 14 (tcnulnc Ar.irlcan Kouiiment ot indei.'cn.| ?S ' ' ? " h? : the people to abandon the onnitiitof fi'hi '1-1" ? f7 lor the nukeot'the etn- lumen'sof otitic tb.i irs broiivht aa element Int. iiolltlcal contests wnleh' !>} HilDH Ul ft Imh monv^n, ha>4 pPOV??d ltjM5lf -'ifllHriitlr 'icwertu.tortnbroU US' country in a pem.-tual utrlle f.?r th? w n- nt "f thi who flrtttcr and serve the anpoin'inir oou.-r ; lit * ... are ;mpelle.l h> e.? Idliy moM u"w^ by m tart?: Mflon In the (h-charge ol their duly as c ur^ns. We n'/'ct tliLs principle and practice, r^tonly (or the reasons w hav, given, Ut beraose we de. m It to be ,,i d? " ?wm..r u!T'?? ?',nd "'reni-thenlnK Ihi executive ; ? *? h?*- '<? ""*7 oeeask ns to observe this intht ni.o enii ojetl .n making war upon honest, independent and JP-n'owen. tvhohavc been foun t not wiOhj^dy Xnt to ihe it. live W .; have seen I*, 'axj olli-n 1 ierte.1 tn control the ?i t >t i,t ,he co or<!in..t' departTnenta of govfrnment; nn.l still oftener 10 enf re- a , serv ilo sii ir.l, s.'.-n in all subordinates U, tbe worst dt si tis ,,f par.y I. ader*. We l.oi.. ye. thereiore, that an upright tulmlnlir ration of w venm.eiit .It mards tba. hontst, i.Uii fui and capable public tar all's, ht l.otr> -J Abroad. rhotiUl tt'l 1 ce*of honor tirolit ' ru tn.M? llau they siw .Id net be dlsmi.sed trom ? mplovtnent for ll.e exercise,.! a rommen<t?bie Independenee bo lot.- as ^^.."uuettheyrtaunot impair Uie usefulness ofielr , We believe that tho power ot appointment should beexcr cii > o wl h icrupttloua .-ar<i to prevent fhepMronave efB.iveru " ' 1 1 frctn being brought into conlliet with the Iriciom of eb-e'k.n, j Aed. firstly, we believe that fhe dignity and proaperfty of 1 governn erii sre ami out ly sus-tshied a; id prem, u>| hy a wise and i'Ld.i V-cu^v*. V' fcvtic<; ^IderUitic ?t' ci ^c.u, atiJ bj the acknowledgment of this rlgbt as the true national !\ inmlma feeling keaoived, That the American party, In reeailing the govern ment of Itc I'nioo to the principle* of Ha founder*, revert wife aitectioaaie cxmcem to the precept# of Waahwgton. astbesateai ar.'l vunt gui?l? l*iih tor our foreign unci domestic policy. and. In concurrence wltli taro-e adopt hi* wariiltiir pgainH' all Inter veuiioiui in the affairs of ioreign hthte*, and especially la tbsae of i-tiropean nations, rebukinc all di magOKuee, of every cla? and name who wculii lower the atandard of trim! moral aai uite,.?c?ual training for the high place- of trust in the repab lie? wht would barter away fhetr birthright* fnr the emolu ment* ofoBce, or deaecrtie our liag by placing It id the kaada of f ?tkK* btid di moralized p opa^uiniHtr ui plunder la the name of libwty>-pre#ervln> pure and unrorrupuvl tbe publie conscience, by l oi liniiig ourselve* to just and peacel nl rela te n* with all nairnix. a* inr a* their conduct toward* u? wS permit . but no tar'lier at <' ni?t refuninc the espreaaion of Uka ?> ur-uthy which i* natural to the historical memories and a? 1 local .-fni urn- tit oi our people. it evolved, Thbt ti|xiti tlii> great subject of alavery we pre U nit not to I* ? iwr or better than our lather*, but kewp eijoallj clear :ihihe> did trora the ultralaro of tee oae mde, thut nee* in t^e ir ?tittitlriD the corner etone of every poll; Ira ?u. J roetaJ blesxiog; and irom the fanaticism of the other Mia that would uphi ave, in spite of every conHt'lutloutl barrier, awl in dtarepsril of all conaequencea. the union. Integrttyeai brclbt rbond ol the I'uiou, and that in accordance with the pt? vlalonkof the oonelitotioti, and the past uaawes of thi* goreea mer.i w hen a new Ktate Miek* admission into the Unlee, aai p.eaetiU a republican constitution. It ahail be admitted ettbsr with or without dotnehllc *lu very. a* the citizens forming Hut new Male shall tor themselves determine. Henolved, Tliat the present federal administration hospeerei "eelf recreant to every principle onflded to It* trnit by the peopleo! thUrepublio. By a court** of unparalie'jed ?Mfe ne?*, vacillation and low partisan intrigue*, it has coafaeef and denuded (he public mind with an Intolerant and danger on* oa t-tn* wtleli were deemed a* net at reetbrMl lua j s oration; ror hiu? i's foreign policy been lea* reprebaaaMe HaUncirg between Imbecility and cowardice, it baa aHowwi other oatioo* to Insult our flag, tire into our ship*. imprison aad teourue our clti/en* with impunity, until the national boaer la mottlned an never before. Oroncbing under an (agiortMn dread oi England axd Krani e, ii ban permitted Important cmb nwrrial treatlm, efleeted bv ltd own afrente tth a very t>?er government, to fall, unlulAlled, to the ground. It baa playel the partus a watchdog tor Krtuice, Fusla id aad Spain, aiaaK the whole lire oi our Southern water*? obatrueting our em ?tea in their t>eacetui and lawi'ul eu.l< ration to another ona : ry?lnte miptu,^ our own commerce by illegally Jatalnhag and searching cur merchant ahlpt, and otherwise oonducdng; i hcii in ?uch a manner a* to leave nothing to the eye at mm cbwrver but mlhcooceptlouii and bluudern - unrelieved by *ay - thlnKewept *uch event* aa the bombardment of < I rett tew I, ;?r..t the ?avace arrest ol a few plough^iiares and oilier iifte meptk ol husbatxlry on their liarmlesa way to the rich aad sa nultivatcil field* of Central America. In selecting agnate t* tepreseni. th? country abroad. It ha* preferred thoao of fiwlft birth, byniputhlea prejudices to American bore men; aafl i?r these reason* we are cnmpeliMl to reeard Otis (Mwi iwlmiouitratloD a* u holly unworthy at rcspuot ami a ike t* American nationality. At the conclusion of the foregoing, Mr. J. S. came forward and made a brief address. He said-? ladies and (ientleuaen ? Owing to the IhViimk of Mm hour, I shall on thii occasion omit anything like a m sponse to tlie resolutions just read. I shall not do mm than briefly reepoiid to them. I shall omit the train of thought 1 had prepared tor this occasion. It would hav? been in accordance with tlie programme lor me to sposfc upon national subjects; and what subject can l>e airi natirnal than tbat of the negro ? There is a party in ?nr midst whose particular mission it would seem to be to take care of and protect this race. We have in our BtaAw a party who have combined and Conned what they call ? republican party. formed from what ? From tne ?ML political parties who have died out. Who are the man wbo compose it? There is Moses H. Crinnell, whnMsr twenty jears. as an opaque body, has been rev dVtag around that g'eot luminary, Webster, receiving frc m him light and heat, without imparting ary. I cnu bay tho came of our aw friend Jc>-eph Ulunt, and also of one of the Governor* of the Alio "bouse, our old friend Draper, of whom 1 might say tl at like a boll's eye in a Dutch lugger, he casts all his light behind. These men were once whigs, but now they nave iormed a fusion, and a fusion the like of which Aid not before exi* : in chemistry. As a friend of the Air ioan race 1 take ttie ground that this Union mmmt be prewired. (Applause.) From what can they ex pect any good except from a supervisory }>ower mr (hi m by their masters.' What would be the condition of the negroes freed? Their home is not liere, bat in ftfrtoo tan we prepare lor tfieir great exodus, if freed? Tho freed negro coming in contact with the white laboror w< uld become as tiny are here among us, oatcasU, on able to th'ne car" of themselves? objects for the ot aU ii ?okino. Hut the Nebraska bill. WeU, uoon tUs 1 pay 1 hoi, .1 go as tar as any other man to de nounce this edtMuist.-aticn; but still, now that tho Missouri com;,- on, ise line has been swept away, it w be apparent thai it cannot be restored, and we take 1 bread constitutional ground that the will of the pt shall decide in hisses whether they shall have siavww or not. Ihfc is the ground oi the American party. Thm I any lales the mad ot eijual rights, of jostiao, at tmm and order. We of New York demand and luuro the to^adopt slavery if we choose, anil WO should grant tha same privilege to Kan-u* . We will govern the black re publicans in the Ninth precisely as our Southern brsthren govern their U'groe*. they muat be rulo4, atid we will rule them. Where and how, I ask, has tho African race been benefitted bv the Ouiatieo oi the Nortkf What liberty is it these fanatics wish to gitr? the negro f Ihe liberty of the beast sea the vulture, freedom fraeo labor and control, and the liberty of vise, degradation and want. This in the freedom which the bl?ck republi cans seek to gi\e tb.P negro, slut this i<thefr#td*i which the American party oppose*. i*dits and gentleman, I will new give way to mote interesting |*'rlorraaceoo. Whi n Mr. uolda sopdudej, curtain r?)? 'i3Q? oro of the ttos'' improve ami picturesque scenM thai* was (ytT presented in tlie Academy of Music. Thirty two young ladies, dressed in white and weariDor scarfs witto the natioial eolers, and emblazoned with sta*s. ocew tiied the stage in the torra of a semi circle, and guarded oy two c<io panics of the Continental Cuards. In tho certre of thefe was Mif.-i Virginia IHngley, in a drosn t-imilar to that which the (lenius of liberty is supposed to v.i ?r, and bearing in her hand a wand crowned with 1he cs]i of Liberty. The scene represented an immense tint, under which were gathered the thirty-two yonng ladies, thirty-one of whom represented the thirty-ooo Stares', tlie thirty- second being intended to per sonify the prtMiiing gotuus of the republic. This youug lady .sang a patriotic ode dnlicatoA to the club by Angustin? Dugaune, and in tha rhorm of which she was assisted by tbe rest. The M I wing verse will give a pretty ciear idea of tho contrac tion ? A voice o'er the land goes forth ? 'lis the voice ot a nation free To the Kurt. land the West, and the South, and the North, lulling on like the sounding seal 'Its the voice of the froe! 'TIs ?he shout of the true! And they swear by the tlag Of the red, white and blue, To be truo to the I nion forever! ] Do ye hear what it salth)1 [.9i/m/>A<?i y.J Hy the buglo's breath? [Symphony. ] To be trne to the Union fore%er! The ode was well sung, ind the audience were an pleaded with it, that Miss Itingloy was compelled to ro 1 eat It in complisnoe with a unanimous encore. Whoa tho curtain fell the Hen. A. B. Knr, of Mi n n 1 1 hn_ was introdced. He spoke substantially as follows:? lacies and < Sent leinen? 1 am glad to stand hero cm the national grovnd of New York. I am proud of mgr land ? a lard where the Wlgrims first trod upon our shores. I shall not discuss colors here; 1 thank (io4 that no slave treads the soil of Massachusetts; 1 yield to no man in my devotion to the ' nion, but I go for justice and right against the world. I am glad to belong to tho American party, because composed of those born upon our soil, and with a devotion to the I nlon. the I'rdon of the so fstat?s. Yes, let them be held together till tiran ?hail be no more. Kvery nation that has ever existed ha> cemmnir.orated her national days, snd why should we not do the same' t.'nder oar constitution may w? crntinne to L:ve and tlourisii -o Ionic as thn sun shaM hold his olsce in the her-vens. Talk of platfirms, I only ark for two panks to stand upon, sul b<y shall be the Bibl" and the constitution. (Ap plausel. 11' we go to destroying one another, IJber^ will weep tor the loss of our birthright. An rril inflncne* has crept into oar land, and we, the A mo ricanjj-:irty, hare come together to put down this evil in fluence aa'd to send back the foreign paupers to the peni tentiaries and state prisons of Ireland and t.ermany. I cay bee, and to *11 the world, American lMttt ltlooo mast be controlled by .tmerlcan men. Amenvin ct'Im* ship rauit be honored the world over: and then and not till then will our nationality be completed, end then wo will be an honor to ouraelvtw and the admiration of th* world. (Applanse.) C'oL Ttioki1, of Louisiana, was next introducei!? I oame heio to-night to rpeak cf tne good deeds of an old pit riot. I never lid speak for a negro, and so help me (tod I I wiU. (Applanse.) I came hero with ao prescript!' leollngs, and so help me tiod I never will. CenonA JackM. n is our theme to-night, f was not la politic* what was railed a Jackson ma.j. I belong to tlie party who rsllied around tlie h?a of Ash'ami (Applause.) Ihe illustrious < lay bore tae banner beniath which I foo^ht. Hut 1 a-n with thooo who go farther to honor the memory cf Jaclwon; and when 1 think of the pigmies who hare tilled the l*re-.idea tial chair at Washington, I wish that we had mor* Jaek sons in the land. 1 ke old hero of New Orleans wv< a pa triot, and ilared to do wliat h? thought was right. Thn speaker here reviewed the history of iion. Jackson, and with this closed his speech. When Mr. Tliorpo retired, the " -*tar Spangled -tanner" was snng by Marcus Colburn, assisted by the young ladies already mentioned, and, after a tew remarks from Mr. Van Riper, th* dancing e<>n'tnenee<I, and im, as nsonl, kept up til! four or tivo o'e!- -ft rhi- 'uoaiing. Pcnona) Intolllgriieca The (%erokee belle, Miss .Isannio Hicki, daughter of Judge Hicks, was marrisd on the 10th of December, at the residence of Chief John I toss, at lah-Io-quah, to Mr. .^topler brother-in-law to the Chief. Her pretty face anil brilliant wit created mjvoy admiiers In our northern cities and watering places during her vacations trna sciiool in New Jersey. Tho IjOiiiovlUe Juurniil of the ith inst ssys:? "A Wro. lihodos, of this city, on Thursday last, liail l"ur babies at a birth? two boy- and two girls. They are all very weS indeed, and the mother is much ! tetter tlisn oouJd bo IX pei'ted. Wo have sjs'lien o' her as 'a Mrs. .hodco,' but wc beg her pordon ? she ; J>e Mr*. Itho" 'o*- Ho hop* sho is a jfood Ann t ;an. Ibr, If tbe Jsg-NlsHt wrnwi am breealpg euch a ralo, the condition or affairs ia alnimijig." arhivai.". From Savsonnh. lo v- ??WpKlorlda- J ll'ieUatvl'.adr, .r Brtmti :?.!? and .'rhlldrei; aK Docker, K F Wood, D Oary, A Mnnion, A ' K.i-silsJl i T Iliirris M n'httney, H rrriig nnd ladv J Bsmis. W MeOnlletn, and 10 tn the slee'ice From Cbarleeu--0. I ta i meanuhip James Ad*or (lap. K K? eon and IvJj, Mn jj/WS Mrs (yaro, Mr* Mnrvbf, John JT (??bboo, J Ki'as t _ McOirery, Jae Darfe, Plmuwift, \ p JTMUiiccn, "??*? J?